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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 6, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916070601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 6, 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 PVllR RFJiiaiOh, UNI A RN18H HI) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD (Hi VKHNUFN1. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 6. 1916. Hand Us That $. See liaison & Wests July prices. NUMBER 14. I'alm West. Suits $2.93 at Unison ; & INDEPENDENCE JOYFULLY CELEBRATED AT lIBiSlfmf0Mj1&rarfU 0) Perfection and Blue Belle Hig reduction In Palm Ilench nnil other Suits nt lint. on tc West. OPPORTUNITY For Valuable-Cilr Lois In On Danville Monday OIL STOVES sal If you buy vour poods away from Lancaster and I buy my goods nwoy from Lancaster, what will become of Lancaster. PAINT LICK. Day Brings Large Crowd And Amusements m f To Be Offered At Auction and Tueidar July 10th and Ulh. Found For Young and Old. Dinners On Majestic Ranges. The best made. All kinds of cooking utensils MTORMACK AND THOS PWERS first-clas- Thomas Rakes: We corry everything to be found in a Hardware Store. Your account is due. ar s Please call and settle. All kinds of Fisllintf Tackle nnd Hufc Ball Goods. I H' Conn tSrotliers. Il'T 1TV AUn TTI7C VrtCVC SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. D z CO The Trade of Particular People IS WHAT WE CATER TO. In UJ -- Z J Q O O Ll) Those housekeepers who tliink and plan will find an economy O buying ALL thir eatables here. High grades with u are FACTS. Whatever does nut measure ui to what we consider right la never bought or (old by thil store. The quality of our groceries prevents waste, promotes health, and then things spell "Money Saved" if anything does. It you are a particular chooser of eatables, there la every reason' why this siore should serve you. Suppose you purua to the teat. tr Theo rG Currey. OJLSIHdH JAJ See Border of' "Ad" for Names of Cakes. WJLinHd 3103H0 r IP We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or grainerles. Come see us. otic & Kentucky. Or EIORE Lancaster, I HOPPER F1I " J 1 I PAINT! PAINT! Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. W. J. ROMANS. Lancaster, Ky. I When the busineas men and boosters as of Paint Lick advertised that their fourth of July celebration would be uiKKcr nnu ueuer mis year than ever before they told the truth. Had a day suitable for such an occasion been made to order, it could not have been Imnrov. cd upon. Long before the parade which was advertised to tune place at in 8;30 o'clock, the crowd began to pour into this delightful little hamlet and soon the streets and approaches of the city were lined with uggies. automo biles, wagons, saddle horses and other means of transortatiun, that they might not miss a single one of the many attractions that had been arran ged for their day's entertainment The Danville military band was on the an possible to buy a house. m scene early and gave some splendid TO SOMERSET. Silk shirts greatly reduced. liaison music, intermingled with many patriot ic airs, that often brought applause Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Joseph, who & West. and encores from the pleased public. have been in Danville evernl months The hospitality of thete delightful !EJ! left Saturday for Somerset, whera Mr, people was never more clearly demonMEXICAN CRISIS ENDED Joseph will accept the management of strated than It was last Tuesday. Bas- 155: Mr. Ileecher Smith's large department kets overloaded with everything that Conciliatory Note From Carranza. Danville Advocate. store wa good to at were brought by the The crisis between the United States good ladies and invitutions were exTOMPKINS-GRAHA- M. W and Mexico virtually came to an end tended with a sincerity thst could only be surpassed by the hearty welcome Kev. U. I. lirummet united in mar yesterdoy when a friendly and concilia riage last Wednesduv in this city, Mr tory note from the de facto Government that was accorded you nt the dinners which were spread under the shade of m Thomas I.. Graham of Ilryantsville, was handed to Secretary Lansing Wholesale and Retail Hardware. so and Miss Rosa Tompkins of this city promptly communicated to Presiden the beautiful Sycamores. It was estimated that fully three Uolli these parties are well known und Wilson. thousand people were on the grounds Formal statement of the attitude their friends extend beat wishes. tne Washington Government must and while it was not gotten up as a await the President's action, but there money maker it was thought that the RETURNS HOME. is no doubt in the minds of official promoters would come out a little l Considering the tact that so many peo Mrs. E. L. Owsley returned from that the way has been opened for ple were present, the deportment of Chicago last Tuesday where she visited amicable adjustment of the dispute her son, Letcher, having been called to the border situation, which brought the crowd was admirable; the reprethere by his serious illness one month the two Governments to the verge of sentative of the Record failing to see a single drunken man. The games which ago. sine reports that he has now war. becretary Lansing himself would had been arranged by the program about recovered from a serious opera He gave the im committee was Carried out to the letter tion, having been under the care of make no comment. skillful physicians for several weeks. pression, however, that Gen. Carranza's and added very much to the entertainfriends of here at home will suggestion that there is no pending ment of the old as well as the young. 1 he first on the program was question between the Governments be glad to know of his speedy recovery the that cannot be readily answered by tennis, doubles, with Messrs Robert Best on the market. friendly negotiation meets with quick and Will Kurnam Jr, of Itichmond on THE REASON WHY. one side and Willie Fox Logan, of this sympathy here. Wh) is it that 1IATS0N & WEST Mr. Lansing is known to share Prest city and Chester Melcalf, of Paint Lick are selling dent Wilson's desire that hostilities be on the other. The game was well GOODS SO CHEAP? avoided if there is any possible way to matched and interesting throughout. IIECAUSE they buy for CASH and sell safeguard American border interests resulting in the defeat of the Richmond AND for CASH. without a clash with the Carranza Gov boys. In the single, Mr. Logan de- -' , I utXAUbh they take nil discounts. ernment. The new Mexican communi feated Mr. Will Durnam Jr. in a close HtXAUbh, they have the lowest rent. cation so plainly indicates a similar de and well played game. made from NEW Garrard County Wheat. BECAUSE they have no clerks to pay, sire that a further Interchange of The pie eating contest was a merry i Quality fine. Try a sack. All Grocerymen IIECAUSE they do their own work. views is expected to begin immediately maker, with about 10 contestants re" I THAT IS THE REASON.'. looking to joint efforts to curb border sulted in the prize of $1.00 being award-- ) have it. bandits and otlierjrresponsible agencies ed to Maurice Pointer. that have worked to embroil the two Lrnest Adams was a cracker BOLD ROBBERS. from a way back, was through with his j fij Government!. Itohbers invrded the homer nf It. II High officials were much impressed ten crackers and whistlinrr a merrv M Tomlinson and Judge A. D. Ford last by the complete change in tone shown tune before the others go. fairly start- -' & Monday night relieving Robert Tomiln. n lien, larranza s new note. It was ee. He got SI W) for his fun. The son, Jr. of several dollars in change described by one asmore than eon victor in the potato race went to James and a valuable cameo ring. At the dilatory." There seems to be no dis- Mason and was rather easy money. Ford residence they succeeded in sepa ix mucBsier ooy carneu away most' ition to doubt that the United . i.tAAjm..jLj.'sut..Aji. m. rating I.igo Ford from two pair of States on its side would be willing to of the atheletic prizes. Ector Lawson V'f pants and about four dollars in money. arrange for the early withdrawal of being an easy winner In the stundingj The lobbers left no clue. the expeditionary force from Mexico. broad jump, the one hundred yard dash, ' "MAXIMUM the running broad jump and together with Simp Rogers, he won the prize K OF P'S ELECT OFFICERS. PAINT LICK given by the CENTRAL RECORD In ARE A PROVED SUCCESS. Lait Thrusday evening the following the three legged race. Miss Emma Ilurchell is visiting rel: ollicers were elected to servo for tli rhe one hundred yard dash for boj s ensuing term in Garrard Lodge No. 29, lives in Jessamine. under twelve, was a dead heat and Chancellor Commander, M. II. Turner; Mr. Talton Stone of Hichmcnd is vis both boys, Claude Gastineau and GibC Vice Chancellor. J.K- L. Francis; Prelatt iting Mester Carl Drown. son White, were given $1.00 each. The - of It's and M. F., H. II. Tomlinson; Miss Louise White is visiting relate peanut race went to Carter Iilakeman, W. D. l'ryor; M. of. E.. D. W. Mar. s id Itichmond and Valley View. who was a strong fuvorite from the see; M' of A. Chaa. Halerlein; TniS' Miss Maurine McLin was host to the start. About six other bofs"also ran". tees, G. M. Pntterson. . H. The Athletic show conducted under younger set on Saturday evening. 34 x 4 x4 Misses Annie Todd and Mary Chamr. the big tent was a money maker and with J. C. Asher us c "speiler" they were recent visitors in Cincinnati. SEBASTAIN GETS BAIL. fairly fell over each other getting on Mr and Mrs Itobert Arnold and fam the inside, where several "Rattle At tile examining trial of Asbie Se- lly, spent Sunday at Crab Orchard. Royal's" were pulled olf during the bastian last Thursday, charged with Misses Allie Itussell and Francis Fish day, very much to killing .nek Simpson. Judge C. A. Arthe delight of good f Stanford are visiting relatives here. audiences. nold, before whom the trinl was held, Miss Stella McWhorter atten-JeThe ball game between White Station the allowed Sebastian bail in the sum of $5,000. which was given immediately Chautauqua in Itichmond for the week and Paint Lick drew a bumper crowd to the new ball grounds, which havo and Sebastian was released, having end. Misses May and lieulah Flannery are een recently opened und is one of the been under guard since the killing twu guests of their grandmother, Mrs Jack best diamonds one has seen lately, the weeks before. ay of the ground on the side making u Most of the day was, consumed in the Iirandenburg. I testimony of the prosecution, the de- - Mr, Conn Ashor was in from Lex. natural amphitheatre, that one can see does not NECESSARILY make u man fense not introducing n witness. The lngton for the fourth mingling with every movement of the bull during the entire game. matter will be brought before the his many friends. Look well to your spending. No matter what your salary you grund-jurIn August, when an IndictThe game was a spirited one, but un will always be poor if your expenditures equal your income. Mr. and Mrs. Ed M. Walker, of Lan fortunately for the Paint Lick team. Iiring us regularly part of the money you are in the habit of ment will probably be returned and a caster were with Mr. and Mrs. Hobert they lost by u score of 12 S to in favor frittering away on trifles and in a short time you will have a trial held at that term of Circuit court. Walker for the fourth. of White Station. Some good enterThe prosecution was represented by balance of which to be proud. Miss Jessie Parks entertained quite a tainments wero pulled G. C. Walker oil during the Messrs J. I. Hamilton, number of young people In a charmlrg evening and many stayed over fur the and Emmet Puryear, while th defense night program. was looked after by Judge L. L. Wal- manner on Thursday evening. Miss Gladys Patterson, of ftunting-toker and J. E ltoblnson. OF LANCASTER. KY. West Va., csme Monday to be the ODD FELLOWS , guest of Miss Stella McWhorter. Uv F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. BIG TRAFFIC IN SHEEP. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. G, Woods and fam W. 0. P.1GNKY, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, Jr., INSTALL OFFICERS For the past two months Mr. It. E. ily and Mr. Harry Francis Bpent Sun W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Henry, of this city has been dealing day afternoon at Crab Orchard. Monday evening, July 3rd., Deputy in sheep on a pretty extensive scale. Mr Lee Ledford and Miss Deulah Grand Master, George Smith, Jr., asHaving during that tune brought from Lvdford have returned home after a sisted by acting Deputy Grand Marthe states of Arkansas and Louisanna shall, W. D. Pryor. Installed the folvisit to relatives in Harlan county, about 1400 head. Mr. Henry has m;(0 lowing ollicers elect, of Franklin Lodge Mrs A G llotner and son liuve returnseveral trips to the two states apd; alNo 7. I. 0. 0. F. ed to their home in Kavenna, after a ways comes back with just Tliompa Arnold, Noble Grand, C E. little few weeks visit with her parents, Mr. Cecil, Vice Grand, William Cox, Secty; better.buitch. He tells us tbat they Mrs J. D. Ilurchell. II, Dalton Treasurer; John Williams are selling like the proverbialhot cakes and Mrs Walter Granger nnd children, Warden; J. E. Nevius, Conductor; at prices ranging from $0.25 to $0.60 u W. have returned to their home in Nobles-vill- e Pryor, Right Supporter to Noble head. At the present prices of young Ind, after several weeks visit with Grand; Gus Dunn, Left Supporter to lambs and wool, nothing will realize her grandmother, Mrs, E. E. White. the, farmer more for the money invesChaplin; Noble Grand; Jesse Dunn, Mr. and Mrs, Guy Itlce were hosts at Messrs Sutton, Ilamm and Hlbbard, ted than a few of. these sheep. The greatest draw back to an elegant dinner on Sunday, Those Scene Supporters. After several in Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. In this county the worthless dogs who partook of Mr. and Mrs, Idea's teresting remarks, the lodge adjourned allowed to roam the county hospitality were Mr. Tom Logsdon and Noble Grand Elect Thomps Arnold that are and are never tax paid, nor are they wifo, Mr. O. C. Itucker and wife, Mr. treated to a smoker of excellent cigars ever killed or molested for the nonpay- Mr. Mid It os a and wife, and Dr. and In appreciation of his election as Nobis Mrs. II. J. Patrick, ment of such taxes. Grand for the ensuing term. Has-elde- n 8 The beautiful addition. Just opened Subscribe now for the Snturday Even ndjoining the property of Messrs John ing Post, Country Gentleman, and La Nichols and Hubert McGoodwin, on dies Home Journal, sold by; Eugene Maple avenue, has been surveyed into Cochran, Phone 238. lots, the streets havo been completed and the entire sixty lots will be ollered QUICK RECOVERY. at auction on Alonday and Tuesday, the Mrs. Theo Lewis who was operated tutu and lltli, says the Danville lies on for appendicitis last rriday morn senger. Th sale is being made hy the ing at Dr. Acton's private hospital united itealty Co, of which J. S. is advertising manager and 0. T. was able to return to her home am Wallace general manager. family today (Thursday). Everyone who has seen this property pronounces It the most desirable in the PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. city, as It lies well, has many large Rev. F. M. Tinder who has been hold trees thereon, has perfect drainace and ing a successful meeting for the pLt Is In a most desirable section of the ten days at Nwhy Ky, informs Us that c ilv. The connecting street (extension he will return home Saturday and will of Lexington street) with Maple avenue really makes it n part of that beautiful preach at the Christian church thoroughfaie, on which it is now imSunday morning. uu JT jrrlrllfgfMf Y V IT Grounds. i 1 ACCOUNT TGI 3 1 1 n DUE AND - PLEASE CALL i PAY IT. DO IT NOW. r flaselden - Bros., j jj Lancaster, Kentucky ill alu-m- GLEN LILT FLOUR UNBLEACHED i I I A CLEAN ' 1 UNBLENDED FLOUR i i i Hi Garrard Milling1 Co i RED" INNER TUBES I Jffvwwrw'1'v" C'JWJ"pw: I Come and look them over. $5.50 30x3 $2.60 32x3i $3.10 33x4 $4.30 30x3i $3.00 32x4 $4.20 33x4 $4.40 35 $5.60 McRoberts Dr uo &tora a FAT SALARY Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. well-to-d- A. y I I n. e Citizens National Bank Oook-Keepe- r. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. sheep-breedin- g Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday July 7, 1916. ) CARDS. and Dentist. Office Ralney a Livery Stable, U. , S. TROOPERS TRAIL RAIDERS Forca After Enters Bandits. Mexico CAPT. GORDON JOHNSTON ".-..- .. EDDIE JACKSON Photoarjphtr I - Regular Who Will Command Twelfth New York Infantry. r..ut,...n Off to Border. Dr. Wm. Veterinary at Lancaster. D. Pryor,! Surgeon'N8W Kentucky " FIGHTING HOW EXPECTED1 m her estate. ii. H nlmif i Fitted, PutitUctton Ummilnxt forrnw, Gnulunte Oifcin Outcome of Latest Punitive Expedl-tlo- n Is Watched With Unusual Interest National Guardsmen Are to Pour Into Border Points. K. Paso, Texas, July 3. Another "hot trail" was followed Into Mexicoy by American forces when Captain troop K, Kltlngc, commanding Eighth cavalry, crossed south of Fort Hancock, fifty miles east of hi raso, after the Mexican raiders who com raltted depredations on the American side or the line. Captain Kiting? was stationed Fabens. midway between KX Paso and Fort Hancock and Immediately plunged across the river with his command followed. It Is said, by other troops ol ihn uma roclment. sent from bort I.e-ro- Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. FARM and Personal Property. As executor of the will of Rebecca J. West and pursuant to said will d In June 1915 by the Garrard County Court, I will sell her farm In Garrard County, Kentucky, five miles east of Lancaster, and one mile from the station of the L. & N. K. R. at HyattsvIIle, on the Kirksvillc andHyattsvlllc Turnpike on pro-bate- John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky I). V. Ji. Paint Liok. John JI. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinar KENTUCKY J. A. Beozlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Hank. Residence l'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX. Phone 229. Manse.Ky l8tol2,u.m. n! i.m ii v'""" M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormei BufldlngOTei Hart & Auder sou's nrnlinre 3 tore. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER. Office; S TREETrees Fruitand Shade Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.IIillenmeyer 18th & Sons, 1916 Lexingtpn, Kentucky. J. The undersigned hereby fve warning to all person) not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as to, ful we will prosecute all offender test extent of tH law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. R,L. Elkin PLAN BIG NAVAL OPERATIONS Ed & N U Price W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Getting Ready For Operation James G. Conn. Germans H. (J. Arnold. on the Baltic. C. Morgan. POSTED J. P. Bland. boundary. Captain Eltlnge and his force were ordered to the scene with Instruction from General George Kelt, command Inir tho American patrol district, to go In," If ho thought he could punisn the bandits and recover .the norses stolen In Texas. The captain crossed with his command immediately on reaching the scene of the raid. Fight Ing with the Mexicans Is expected at brigade headquarters, as the bandits, former Villlstas. nre said to number more than fifty "bad men," and It la not considered unlikely that the Car ranza troops, known to be In the vlcln lty will also attack. Tho outcome of this latest punitive expedition into Mexico was watched with unusual Interest, because the In' ternatlonal' situation remains so dell cate that anything almost might dis turb the balance of power and proclpl tate a general engagement between the, Pershing forces In Mexico and the Carrania forces camping close upon his flanks and to the south of him. The regulars are tired of Inactivity to im and me arriving miminim-patient for active sen Ice more exclt Ing than Keening watch on a boundary lino for raidcre and. ammunition smugglers. Every railroad poured Its militiamen into Kl Paso and other border towns during tho day. N'ew Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts forces arrived hero during the day for temporary bivouac at or .near El Paso, while militiamen from the west and mlddleweot continued to pass through here for points along the border west of El Pao. The Southern Pacific railroad ease of hero wa busy detraining volun tecr militiamen from Eagle Pass west of El Paso, and the news came that others were being sent out of San Antonio over other railroads to garrison the country between Eagle Pass and Brownsville. It was estimated that 10,000 militia had detrained hero. Sweetwater, Tex., reported a solid tralnlond of ammunition for the Amer ican border fon.es passing there. The train was heavily guarded, the advices said, and nobody was allowed to ap proach within one hundred feet of It while it stood In the yards at that point, except railroad men with passes signed by Hi" sunerlntendent. Illlss. Tho raiders. In addition to drlvlnp off ranch horses nnd generally frlRht cnlng tho civilian population of tho rrclon. ntt: iked the nbandone.d Fort Hancock and the detachment of t.'n!t ed States troops at that point. Tho troops being small In number wero Photo by American t'reu Association. unable to follow at once and by the tlmo they could reach tho Hlo Grande the bandits had escaped. The lieu tenant commanding did not consider AMERICAN REFUGEES ARRIVE his force sufficiently large to risk bat tie with tho bandits and a possible Abandon Property and Interests In Mexico and Flee Country. command of Carranilstas reported in Philadelphia, July 3. Abandoning the immediate vicinity, henco he halted his forces at the internatlonaJ their property and Interests in Mexico I'hoto by American Ir Association. INFANTILE PARALYSIS EPIDEMIC RAVAGES H.Y. Spread of Disease Unchecked Tuesday Aug. 1st, 1916 at two o'clock P. M., on the premises, rain or shtne, as the said is made to settle TERMS: There is about 28.1 acres In snid farm; nbont 130 acres nn the cnsl side of the turnpike and nbout 153 acres on the west side. Snid land will lc Ilrst offered In said two tracts', nnd then ns a whole, nnd the hid or bids Will he accepted, which will renllze the most money; said land to he sold hy the acre and to be surveyed and so paid for and conveyed subject to said survey. Bonds with jjood security to he required of the purchaser, one half the purchase money to be due January 1st, 1017 and the other one half in two Imuds or notes of equal ntnount due and payable in one nnd two yenrs front January 1st, 1017 and to'benr interest nt 0 per cent per annum from Jimunry 1st 1917. Posession to be jjiven nnd dftd mnde when first bond is paid on January 1st, 1017, jceditif! privileges given in the fall of 1010. A lien to be retained on said land to secure snid bonds nnd notes. There is on snid farm n dweljinj! house with eiuht rooms and two porches, stock bam. crib and other outbuildings: nlso two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns nnd n pair of scales, splendid water and well watered, and the land is in n high state of cultivation, one half in grass. The farm will be sold first: after which I will alsd sell five work mule?, one brood nmre. one mule colt ami the farming implements of all kinds. No household or kitchen furniture to he boltl All amounts under t,wenty-flv- c dollars cash. Notes with good surety with interest from date due January 1st, 1917 for all amounts over twenty five dollars. Marion Johnston, who lives on the farm, will show it to prospective purchners.nnd Col. I. M. Dunn will net ns auctioneer. , American refugees arrived at Point Ilrcezo on tho Pcnn Mexican Fuct company tanker In tho party wero thirty members of the Penn Mutual Oil camp at Tuxpam. The refugees confirmed telegraphic reports that Carrania soldiers are confiscating the property of Americans who have lied to tho states, following the posting of bulletins In the Mext can states of Puehla and Vera Crua that the United States and Mexico are la a state of war. Accompanying the oil men were a number of ranchers' who were rescued by the oil company from their Inlaud positions. All the refugees told o the exodus of thousands of Americans sixty-three Ard-mor- Despite Efforts. New York. July 3. New York Is In danger of being scourged with the worst epidemic of Infantile paralysis In its history, is tho omnlous sentence opening a warning Issued to parents and oung children by Health Commissioner Dr. II. Emerson. The last twenty-fouhours saw a further spread of the dreaded disease, particularly In Brooklyn, which led In number ot as well as In cases. Twelve deaths are reported In tho health department's dally report. They aro In addition to the new cases previously One announced. death occurred In Manhattan and one In Staten Island. Despite the feverish efforts mado by the city department and hundreds ot private physicians and nurses who are trying to Isolate the patient, the epidemic seemed still unchecked. It developed that the dlwam Is ravaging districts not ct ofilcially located. One nurse found twcnt-fHcases In a house to house Investigation In r fifty-tw- from Mexico. ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY Points Out Lessons In Jutland Naval Battle. r-r- For further information apply to v Brook ha Phone 377. G. B. ROBINSON, Executor, Danville, Ky. G0(Sli m 6 5 9 9 9 f Photo by American Press : A.wx-Utlo- 9 5 9 9 Long Bros J. H. and W, S. Weaver W. T. West, J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Mlsfl Carrie Houlden, J. II. Kigsby. John Richardson, J. C. Uiesby. A. C. Miles. J. II. Thompson, U. L. Kelly. Jno. M. Farrn. David Steven. J. H. Woods. S. C. Kigsby, H. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderar W. II. Cummins. P. U. Thompson. Jerry Bland. We will add other names for 25 cent D, M Anderson. Frank Thompson. J. cash. Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calli. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Is A Neatly London, July 3. Tho Copenhagen correspondent of the Dally News says that, nccordlng to Swedish newspapers within the last few days the Germans havo been preparing for some great naval schema In the Baltic. There has been energetic activity to get all the warships severely damaged In tho Jutland battle ready for action. A second squadron of the high seas fleet will operate In the Baltic, evidently for an attack on Riga In connection with the great offensive of to Field Marshal yon Hlndonburg lighten the Russian pressure on the Austrian front. It is staiod (hat the main Ime of the German naval forces in the Baltic will be changed from Kiel to Llbeu. Now York (Special) In an article In the Scientific American of July, printed by courtesy of K. A. Power, Admiral George Dewey points out tho lessons loarncd from the recent naval engagement off the Jutland coast. In the opinion of the, admiral, the value ot both the dreadnought and tho destroyer Is proved, but tho possibility that tho fast, lightly armored cruiser will ever supplant tho dreadnought is shown to be unlikely. The season is here to look after Hail Insurance on your Tobacco Crop. 9 9 G O WILL ISSUE REVENUE BONDS Your years labor can be lost as a result of one hail storm. 9 BETTER BE 9 U. S. Will Sell War Bonds to Finance Mexican Military Cost. WATCHING FOR SUBMARINE CENTRAL RECORD Baltimore Tug Deslrss to Tow German Boat Into Port. Baltimore, July 3. Never relaxing her long- - vigil, the Baltimore tug Thomas F. Tlramons of the Eastern Forwarding company, Is still pacing to and fro off Cape Henry, waiting tho Gorman merchant submarine, now several (lays overdue with a cargo ot dyeetuffa and medicines, according to a dispatch received here. Tho tug has been at Its post nearly to n days now. "I'm looking for a tow," says Captain Zack Culllsoi, the tug's master, but vessel after vessel has signalled for a tugboat, and th. Tlramons pays no attention. Ilaltimoreans Interested in the marine venture maintain their air of assurance and refuse to be worried by ot the submarine. the Wusblngton (Hpcclal): Formal nouncement was mado by representative Kltchln, Democratic leader of the house, that In raising monies to finance the troop operation on the border, the administration will authorize sales of war bonds or government bonds, Instead ot resorting to additional taxation as originally agreed upon. A decision to this effect was reached at a conference between Mr. Kitchen and Secretary McArtoo. Tho rovunuo bill will bo o.Tcrnl in the houso Immediately end it is planned to pass It tho latter part ot the week. This measuro U cspoctcd to yield 1250,000,000 a year. It has been estimated that tho extraordinary needs of the government Incident to the enlargement ot the national defense program would necessitate raising an additional $100,000,000 at some time In the future. This money. If needed, will be obtained by sales of bonds In such amounts as may be required from time to Unit. an- SAFE THAN SORRY. Rates Low. Terms Liberal. PAINT LICK, KY. The Ceniral Record, Thursday July 7 PAINT FARM BUILDINQ9. 19 ri. 1 Reduced Prices. We are offering pur large and entire fresh' new stock of the latest patterns in Q m 9 9 Wc lielleTo pnlnt to tho fnrm building Is what varnHi Is to t the piano. Tho piano might hnvo v Just nn rich a tono without tho i vrirntsli ninl tho granary hold tho 'v grain without the pnlnt, but rrnl- ly wo look for thing that look Unbilled. Wo And other peoplo who nro ever willing to pay for this oxtro something If wc enre to sell. When wo new n building without point wc unconsciously ask ourselves, "I wonder what I tho reason for this hul.llug not being tainted? Did tho mini get disgusted with tho fnrm or( what!" Wc 1llcvp, nsldo from that sldo of the question, thoro I nn economic raving In keeping nlnti-nnd In good the building repair. Wo believe paint I Insur-nnco ngaln.it weather. Why not tako out n llttlo of thl Insur- anco when tho spring ntognn l clean up and paint up? It pays In dividends of satisfaction nnd Orange Judd contentment Farmer. I ' " S Such tobacco enjoyment command quick as you buy some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad- e cigarette ! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered te 4 v as you never thought could be is yours to i ! s P $ .I S S 5 ? for. WALL PAPERS pa- ,J A, ,J $ 4, J TRACTOR VERSUS HORSE. Machine Is Far More Economical Than the Animal, It Is Stated. That the tractor, which I gradually, replacing the horse on modern farms nnd extensive rnngis of tho west, would quickly como Into more general use If It economy was realized Is the view of a writer in tho Independent. More than onc-tlft- h of the cultivated land of tho couutry I required to feed the horses on the fur ins, ho snys, nml these horses work only three hours each day. It costs $- -i1 a year to feel a team of horses. One-thirof tho farmers In Tompkins county, X. V.. made less than $11jO for their year's work In 1W7, mid the nvcrnga la-l- r lncomo for lull In three typlcnl nnd prosicroii counties In Illinois. Indiana and Iown was only $ 108. A team of horses Is said to cost more than tho average farmer makes In n year, lie says that farm work can only bo done economically when the farmer Is directing tho power of many horses as represented In tho tractor. A negro driving a donkey to a small plow uses as much energy nnd costs his employer ns much as If ho were driving a great tractor which draws sixteen ten Inch plows, three six foot harrows and a seeder. Such an outfit will plow, harrow and acres In a day. seed seventy-liv- e A method has been devised by which tho machine may be guided by a lino from tho steering dcvlco to a small drum on a )ole planted In the renter et a circular Held. As the tractor moves around the circumference of the circle tho line wraps about the drum and each revolution brings It a llttlo nearer to tho center, and It thus works tho field lu concentric circles by Itself. This presentation of the case for tho tractor, however, takes no account of Its disadvantages, which, while, being gradually overcome, arc still present Tho tractor represents a considerable outlay to tho man on a small farm. Often ho cannot afford to make the Investment required, nnd If ho could afford It there Is a question whether the use of a machine would be profitable on n farm where the work could easily Ik? dono by a pair of horses. In addition, thoro nro deprccla-tton- , buying of new parts, distance from repair shops, fuel cost and capital Investment to bu taken Into consideration. 'When nn absolutely fool proof tractor can lie built to sell at an extremely low cost the uso of motor power for the hard labor on farms will probably become general, but until then somo dependence will havo to be placed on the horse. it's made by a patented 2 process that curs our bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! That's because (liJfl .mok. pip., naunoliad bafarat 3Clh. 1907," ha. mad. f Araa man whicA II i'nl n . vrr rxro h. rt0euPlM4lIPlA0 W1E' 1 a J 1 BaH gSB At Specially Reduced Prices We are overstocked. Many of these pers have doubled in value and are the rarest sort of bargains. prince Albert toppyred bagt. Set tidy red tin$t lOct hanidtome pound and halfpound tin hum! dartand that corking fine pound crytaUgta humi dor with eponge-mohten- Bay Princm Albert wvmry where tobacco it told in the national joy smoke has a flavor ns different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of itt And that isn't strange, either. Men wno tmnK they can t smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-ocertainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own sfory ! R. ut We have a superb line qualities in of the highest top that keep the tobacco :n such clever trim al way el J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C. Varnish., Floor Wax, Oils and Lead. FOR HARDWOOD FLOORS See 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. HAMMACK Mr Kill Lawson visited Mr Edd Stig- gall Sunday. Mr Jesse Parks of Berea has been visiting Mr W D Faulkner. Mrs Claude Archer and Miss Louise Archer visited Mrs Telia Green Sunday. Mrs E. G. Cook visited her brother ar.d sister. Mr George Conner and Mrs. Mary Hawlev. Mrs. K. P. Parsons entertained a number of friends at an elaborate din- BOURBON DOG CHOLERA REMEDY It destroys diceate germs, regulate! the bcweli, a!df direitioa and eauiea hori to fallen auicklr. Use it in the feed and drink and Tour hogs will nrver hare cholera. Costa only 5c. m month for each hor. Ktrinv yoar hoits thia medicine Don't wait until they net sick. Beg-inow and keep them tree from worms and disease. At All Druse'sts. REMEDY COMPANY, L.ilo.lon. Er. BOUIBON Sold in Lancaster, Ky., CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. liferents and Cures bj J. R. Mount, Son & Co. ner recently. Mrs William Conn and children of Lancaster were with her mother, Mrs D. G. Hoss last week. School opened at Union Monday with Miss Mr Anderson Hall as teacher. I'arrie Clark was selected to teach the term but she is striously ill at present with typhoid fever we are sorry to say. The Behind the Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint Man CARTERSVILLE. Miss Parrie Clark continues very ill 5 See Hatson & Wests July Prices. Miss Susie Davis was the guest of Mrs. Susie Ilenfro last Friday. Mrs. Eliza Conn who has been ill for the past week is some better at this Picture Frames. We have a complete line of Picture Framing Materials and can give you prompt and efficient service. 600MER DANVILLE, BUCKEYE & - NrtVB. KENTUCKY. THIRD STREET. Device to Control Cattle When n cow wearing this yoke Sunday. tries to go through n fence the hooks Mrs. Mae Hobinson was the guest of catch In the fence and force the prods her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Bryant Into her back. She can get relief only last Saturday. by backing out. Tho ioke Is mada ot Mr. and Mrs. Jams Hamilton nnd Mr. ard Mrs. Felix Pennington were the guests of Mr. C. S. Uoop, wife and daughter last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. BlulTard Jennings and Rev. J. M. Robinson and Mrs. Lena Turner and children wete the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Allen last Sunday. writing. Mrs. Carrie Robinson and Mrs Annie Pitts visited Mr A. It. Carter and wife A good painter can usually tell good paint, and that Is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Paint never goes back to any other kind. Covers more surface. Prolongs the life of a bu'lding.4. - ' Misses Sallh Lou Teater and Ethel Hav. Mr and Mrs Limy Hay have been reFrances Long is ill with measles. cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert & Wests July Trices. See Bataon Huy at Newby, nlso Mr. and Mrs. Mr A. C. Miles was in Nicliolasville Klzle Calico at Cottonburg. Saturday. Hev. Stalling ot Georgetown will as- Th Public School opened here Mon-Jn- y slat Hev. Sebastian in a series of meet morning. ings at the llaptlit church, beginning Tho Uaptist Sunday School attendance next Monday night, July 10th. Sunday afternoon was CO. Mesdames John Drown, Nora Teater Messrs Hob Noel and Abe llurton at- and Geo Hav and children, Misses Sal-li- e tended court ut Richmond Monday, Lou Teater, Kuth and Ethel Hay atMiss Nancy Long of Winchester has tended the wedding of Miss Jennie been the guest of Mrs Hubert Carter Dickerson and Dr. King Pruitt in ItlchDr. W. I). 1'ryor of Lancaster has mond Wednesday June 28th. been a recent visitor of Mr Hiram Hay. Mr and Mrs Willie Kaney of Lancas- BOY'S' BODY FOUND IN BARN ter were with Mr and Mrs Ed Chandler Three Companions Held on Charge of Sunday. Murder Taken to Scene. Mesdanua Sis Hay and Davis Sutton Bhelbyvllle, 111., July 3. The body were guests of Mr and Mrs Linzy Ha of Willis Smith, age thirteen, who disThursday. appeared June Zi and for whose supMisses Hester and Mary Banks An. posed death three boy companions, derson of Stanford are visiting Mrs J. Ollbert Rhodes. Johinle Illnton and Mi Amon. Lsstker Lowrry, were arrested on a Miss Mayme Crutchfleld of Nicholas-vlll- e charge of murder, was found In a is the guest cf her aunt, Mrs. barn near the home of his mother, Hiram Hav. Mrs. Hallle Hralth. Mr and Mrs Hoy Sanders and children The boy's belt, broken, hung; from a were guests of Mr and Mrs William rafter, but physicians who conducted Nina, Sunday. Whlttaker at examination, do not bea Misses Barbara Gulley, Her Hill and lieve he was hanged. They could And The three Minnie Pearl Drown have returned from no evidence ot wound. toys charged with murder were take visit to friends In Richmond. Dlggs. They Misses Ollie Tye Williams and Alleen to tba scene by Sheriff any knowledge ot the tragedy. Collier of Crab Orchard are guests of iealed GUNN'S CHAPEL. metal and Is secured by a leather strap passing under the belly. It has two Mrs James Land was very ill last S shaiod pieces, ono on each side, tho up(er ends of which are the hooks week. and the lower ends tho prods. A strong Mr Hurley Fothergill has gone to spring attached to a small saddle pad Cincinnati to work. S shaped pieces back Into brings tho Miss Lennn Hnllon opened her school position. Independent Parmer. LEVEL GREEN. at Tentersville Monday. Miss I'arrie Mae Clark is very ill with Treatment of Cabbage Seed. Mrs I). Fothergill and children visittyphuid fever. In sections whero tho black rot of ed in Hardin county last week. Silk Shirts greatly reduced at Hntson cabbago Is prevalent nil seed should Mrs. Nora May and familv of Wil-mobo trented lieforo planting. Illacfc rot & Wests. are here visiting relatives. ot cahlmco Is n bacterial dlscaso which Mrs. R. C. Uoain spent Sunday with Is very destructive In seed beds. The Misses Calico and Teater will begin Mrs Dora Dairs. Infected plants have blackened veins, their schools the second Monday. Mr and Mrs W. H. Smith and Dr. and tho tlssuo between tho leaf veins Mr Talton May purchased a two-yea- r enSmith of Manse were the guests of turns yellow and then brown. Tho tire plant may be killed Tho control old mule from Mr. Freman Davis for $100. hemefolks Sunday. Is as follows: Miss Macy Walton of Marksbury Mrs Mary Clark und niece, Miss Disinfect tho seed, before sowing. In with Mrs. Ed. spent the week-en- d Gracie Smith, visited Mrs Sherman corroslvo sublimate, 1 to 1,000, for III teen minutes or In formalin, 1 to 00. Dailey. Hobinson and family Sunday. twenty minutes. After treatment Mesdames Lucy Kidd and John Land The school at Woodview which was for seeds should be washed off In water to have opened July 3rd has been post- and spread out to dry. The corrosive visited relatives In Jessamine a part of poned on account of whooping cough as subllmato Is prepared by dissolving last week. several children In the district have ono tablet In a quart of water. The Rev. Ragan filled his legularappoint-men- t recently taken It. formalin Is prepared by using one-fourat the Methodist church Saturday pint of formaldehyde (10 per antj Sunday. cent) dissolved In seven gallons of Rev I) F Sebastian spnt the week water. Tho corrosive sublimate Is very poisonous. Otto Relnklng, Colo- end at Georgetown attending the liaptist Assembly. rado Station. Misses Maym? Calico and Lerna Gold It Weighty Mineral. Gold weighs Dearly twenty time ns Hollon and Messrs John Land and Geo. Calico motored to Lancaster Saturday. ' Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the much as Its own bulk In w'Stomach and Intestines, Mrs Mary Simpson of near Nina was Seeks $4,818,397 to Protect Canal. Saturday and Sunday visiting her Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis ami Washington, 3. Secretary here July other fatal ailments result from Stom- Tlsker has asked congress for 1 1,616.-39- 7 sister Mrs Kidd and her grand-daugh- -, ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach for Panama canal protection, ot ter Mrs John Land. Sufferers owe their complete recovery which $3,828,000 would be for land deClarence, a son of Mr. and Mrs. to Mavr's Wonderful Hemedy. Unlike fense armaments and ammunition, Floyd Humphrey was Injured last Monany other for Stumach Ailments. For and $325,000 for bulldlug roads In the day when he was thrown from a mule He asked $60,000 for and run over by a binder. Dr. Gilbert sale by H. E. McRoberts In Lancaster, canal tone. and druggists everywhere. I Is attending him. ,tf searchlights. Produces a more attractive finish. Costa least in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Paint on your house. It will be the best job you ever had. SEE US AND WE WILL TELL YOU WHY. PA.MIUY PAINT mm work. to supply small needs in quarter, half and one pints. Its "Just n Little" Uenuti-- f til Econimical Paint suitable for chairs benches, ilower tubs, screens and tubles. CREOLITE the inside floor finish. while yon sleep. Porch and Step Paint, made for cleanliness and less a "Little Sunshine Stain In your home." Try It on Floors and Furniture Put ARTS AND CRAFT. Pro- - perfect It dries Graphite Roof Paint- er proof. Fire proof. One gallon covers 700 square feet. Wat-Varni- A Mission Wood Finish. BATH ROOM ENAMEL. A beautiful porcelain finish duces a soft rich effect. May bj waxed or varnished. BAKN AND ROOF PAINT, In Red and lire en. The real secretof a good looking barn Is in the use of a good Barn tor bath tub, bath room walls and refrigerators.' VELVATONE FLAT. Finish for Interior decora- ticn of walls. Dries perfectly Hat with a velvet like finish. 10 tints, washable, sanitary. Paint. Stormes Drug Store. The Central Record, Thursday July 6 19 Id. AUCTION LOT SALE etsjsasmcc 60 Choice Building1 Lots and One Fii.e Residence, "Crescent Heights" Danville, . Ky.9 m. 10 a. RAIN or SHINE. Monday & Tuesday, July 10tlth MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. One Free Lot, Bag of Gold and Silver and many Valuable Souvenirs and Presents will be given away Free and whether a Spectator or a Buyer, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10 a. m. o ne Lot FREE! OWN YOUR OwN HOME life-tim- BAG of GOLD and SILVER and Many Valuable Souvenirs and Presents FREE. TERMS EASY. v We wish it distinctly understood that this is not a lottery and there is no price set on these lots; they will be sold right on the ground so that you can see1 Just what you are buying, and remember every lot will be sold to the highest bidder, withont regard to cost or value. In the past you have bought at the owners price; at this sale, you make the price, let the e for a safe and conservative investment and at your own price. owner make or lose. The opportunity of a Real estate is the root of riches the safest investment one can make it won't burn up, can't blow away, theives can't break in at night and steal it, and it is Bound to Increase in value. The population of Kentucky is increasing rapidly every yeor, but there is not any mure real estate being made. How much better it is to look ahead and prepare than to look back mid regret! That Danville, with the contemplated improvements, city of 30,000 inhabitants within the next ten jears: ill be n That this property is being.developcd in n streets are being built, und everything necessary will guard its'proper development: high-clas- s l.o manner done to safe- That Danville, the pride cf the Blue Grass region, the educational center of Kentucky, is the best place on earth in which to invest your money in old Mother Earth. That the property we will sell is located in the heart of the city, surrounded'by magnificent homes and high class development, nrd is bound to increase in value; That the owners both have their homes adjoining the subdivMrn and their interest does not cease when it changes hands; That those who stand quiet and seethe other fellow own all of these lots, live years from now will be cring that old, old song, "If I had only bought n lot in Danville see what I'd be worth ." But what we want, to call your particular attention to is: That Danville is the best town socially, morally and from a busi ness standpoint, of its size in the United States. (That is taking in a lot of territory, but we believe this to be true.) WATCr , DANVILLE GROW. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. MEET US AT THE GRAND 'AUCTION SALE, Monday and Tuesday, July 10th and 11th at 10:00 a. m. We feel that we have here a proposition worthy of every man's consideration. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR THE LADIES. Home Office: The Central Record WILMINGTON, N. C. STANFORD The tj mted Realty J ! life-lon- ompany. O. T. WALLACE, General Mgr. Phonojraphlc Clock. hours, ham s and mi.Ttert are spoken by an Kni;:ili dock wntrh hat u phonograph with a lory durabk record as a part ot 1U mechanism. 1 ho , J. S. HASELDEN, Advertising Mgr. members were present and a delightful morning was spent. Delicious refresh- j YOU'LL UND IT IN THIS COUSIN. ments were served. incorporated, Miss Anne Davis Mcltoberts has been V Joseph Edward Pleasants, one of the 11.00 a year. visiting .Mi i 3 Kincaid at Louisville. issued Weekly. oldest and best known citizens of LinMiss Carrie Miller of Lancaster, is Palm Beach Suits $2.58 at Batson & coln county, passed away at his home the guest of Mrs Jesse D Wearen. J. E. ROBINSOtf. Editor. near Crab Orchard after an Illness of West. Mrs Charlotte Warren who has been some length. He was 82 years old and Hemp Breaks made und sold by W. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. ill for some time is not improving very had been a member of the F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can rapidly. Bautist church. Tho burial occurred be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. Enured it the l'oit Grace In Lancaster. Kj. Dr and Mrs WB Penny of Danville at Crab Orchard. Mali SLltcr. l a. have been guests of his mother, Mrs Earl C. Colemnn has bought out the Straw hats at Batson & Wtsts, less Mary Penny. Penny Drug store uf this city and took than cost. I Member Kentucky Press Association possession this week. It is understood Mrs F W Fewell of Rock Hill S. C. and WANTED-1- 00 cars of wheat; will is the guest of ner parents Mr and Mrs that the store will go under the name Eighth District Publishers League. Mr Coleman has pay highest market price. of Coleman Bros, W II Higgins. Have lots E C Jordan has returned home from been the drug clerk in this store for a of new unused sacks. ot ye.irs and is considered one Itoy S. Schooler. "Lancaster, Ky., July 6, 1916 Dry Hidge, whero he spent several days 'number J jof the best pharmacists in the state. not much benefited. I am agent for Pennington Gas Gen- An opinion was ttctivtd here last Mrs. U. V. VanDeveer of Hichmond coun-- i erator Co., for this and Rates For Political Announcements attended the burial of Mrs Alattie i week by local attorneys, from Judge ties. My customers are adjoining my reference. Hardin, in the eas of George drier, j as taxpayer For Precinct and Citv UllUes ...$ 5.00 Kirby here Thursday. d. of Lincoln county against II. W. Kite. Parksville. Ky. Mrs Henry Owsley ami little daugh- Krneger & Sons uf Alt Veinon, who 1U.00 "or County Olfices tor State and District O likes.,.. 1S.00 ter. Lora, of I'ensacola Fla, are guests built the new cnurttiuuae. in which WANTED To buy a farm of about 10 of her brother, J W Itochester. .' For Calls, per line Judge Hardin dolus tint Lincoln county M ur CO acres, or rent a larger one for 10 For Cards, per line Miss Clara.Nunnelley of lluitonville, must pay to Kiuer & Son- I'S.ijW), money rent. Want well improved land' j For all publications in the inter-- , . Forest Colllco. It. F. D. 3.. has been the attractive guest of her with interest for ivVrral years, bliig Lancaster. Ky. est oMndivIduals or expresuncle, L 1' Nunnellev and family. the amount due on the contract made sion of Individual views, per Mrs Frank Le, and littlv daughter wilh the county for the enatrliiin ' 1 work on ttte euurtlKRiie. have mad arrangements to buy 10 line have returned to Middlesboro after a wheat for the faring Mill again this 05 pbltuaries, per line visit to her hi other. J W Ivoclietter. liig reduction on IVhn Itimli and year. You will do well to see ma beMrs A C Hill has returned homi fioni oilier ! W. F. Parks, fore selling. Suits ut liaison & WW WiJ nru nilthnrfmri in nnnniincn Miaa Danville where she has been the guest Puint Lick Ky. lit. .. of her eiiter, Mrs. Claud l'eunybaker. Jennie Hlggins candidate .lor coumy . TEACHERS HONEY READY, Edwin Cooper and Gale Lackey uf For Sale. of Garrard School, Superintendent Two thirds of the tench!.) money' of the j Leltchiluld III, are guosta uf hornefolks County, subject to the action Household und kitchen furniture. hate. They came thru in Mr Cooper's which is from the ln.t enttiilltneut Pemocratic primary August 11)17. Mrs. John Mount. from the state and nprerents thut, car. part of the seventh tni'iith stilarj is! G. (J. Menefeo urrived here Saturday We are authorized to announce Jt O. Residence and Shop For Sale. to visit his parents, Mr nnd Mrs J N tuw ready fur dimnbtiitoH dial I in th,; Uogie, as a candidate for the Democ)i mla of Miss Jennie Illgiflns Owing to my health will sell worth She is Court Menefee, His wife has been hare for ratic nomination frr County anxious that all teaehers cull ut mice the money my residence and shop with 1917. two weeks. Clerk, primary to be held August und got same. one ai.d half acres of land jn Iluena Littlejohn's Carnival Company are Vista. Shop has established trade ot Wo are authorized to announce Joe holding forle here this week. Tills U 28 years. Call or write Hamilton as a candidate for County the second year that this carnival has 2ino. J. E. Scott, Buona Vista. Clerk, to fill out the unexpired been here. Court STANFORD AND LANCASIER DULY. Subject to W. Hamilton. e Edwin Cooper, Misses Clura and term of J. WANTED HORSES Cooper, Mrs (! H Cwiper and Mr the action of the Democratic primary Leave Stanfoul lintel at I p in. August 1910. Ltwve Lancaster Hotel at 8;20 p, m. ami Mrs JohnO. Iteid motored to Frunk One way $1.00 Hound trip $1 69. AND MULES. fort Monday. . We ure authorized to announce Hun. d C. II. MOSBIt. Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn I am In th market for army horses Chrles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, left Thunday for Middleeboro, to visit Anyone and mules, also cotton mules. For Sale. Casey county, as a candidate for the friends. They will go to Frankfoit having any to sell, let me know at once Democratic nomination for Congres in from there to visit their aunt, Mrs II. Hi acre of land neHr( llattvtle W. B Burton, this the Eighth district of Kentucky, C. LaCompte. station on Kirksville pike, 0 r n Wue Lancaster, Ky. 5 primary to be htld the subject to the In Atlanta awl out lHiiWiiiKS. It. N ItusveM. E. C. Walton has ben first Saturday In August. It. F. D. No. 1, liwMr, Ky. for several days with hia brother, T. It. TWENTY-FIVYEARS. Walton and family. Mrs Walton is the We are authorized to announce guest of her father, Col Marcum at The Cortrtght Shingle hss u record of Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the1 Catlettsburg. NOTICE. twenty-fivvara on a roof without f democratic nominaiiyii ur vuumy wuii Uradley Kincaid, a stuilent at llerea Having withdrawn from the firm of leak. This roof is good today. I linvi Clerk, subject to .the action of the "prCollege, spent several days hero this J. It. Mount, Son & Co, tu go Into' the exclusive agency fur this shingle imary, August 1917. week with his lather, W I' Kincaid and other business, 1 dexire to thank my and would be pleased to quote you family, before going to Toledo Ohio, customers for the putronsgr and re-- ; prices. I can furnish )uu building maWe are authorized to announce Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as u where he has accepted u nice (Hisition quest that lhV come in anil settle their terial of any klr.d and would be pleased . candidate for the Democratic nomina-tio- n The Young Ladies Sewing Circlii was accounts and notes new, as I need the to have you call me. fi. S. Uoop, for Congress, in this, the eigljth entertained on Wednesday morning at money to put into my new business. Carpenter and Contractor, Respectfully, district of Kentucky, subject to tint ten o'clock at the home of Mines Kate Cartersville, Ky. 4 20 3mo. All John M Mount- Davis and Mary Moore Itanev primary to be held August 1910. yccoDd-Cl.i; j ! j j - Man Who Sticks, Wins. It Ir hard to stay on and work ami stick, when things seem to go wrong; but wo liavo found thnt la lust the way to make things go right.. Circulation Secured. vVhrn you use th n sparei jou do not to create clrcusll)M, or t. tend to It. The circulation is.-- K. O. MeCortnlck On the Culf. It Is reported from Pittsburgh that , Photographed. Wilton Altnn 1 Ul.hB.t To eliminate unnecessary move has '"fJi0.?. fwter ot the Orwt 8m.tl.ern Well, a to ments, a F vnrh school ot gymnastics Just at Oulfport. Mis.: 'Is that tuo (lulf takes iut.antauoous photographs ot have to have th" m tn .topleavlng It of JlMt0..; 10 K;rtor rcll,letj. 0nly pupils In m'tRin .and thus Is able Maga- of It. ' VlL ifea'ler study their motions. Gymnasts Second Choice. iZ..'!': It-- po'-b- sah.-Lyc- eum e3E! : ri ' eginning J uly AND ENDING 4ULY 22nd. BIG VALUES EVERY . 8-- ' luTis; ITEM AN OFFER. ATTRACTIVE Lu-cil- I 2 g ft MONEY SAVING j CKO-lt-p- i 26-t- f. cas-st-p- E e This is the most important trade event of the Summer. Cost, Value and onsrinal selling prices are now entirely ignored. Our sole purpose is to dispose of all goods with the least possible delay. G. M. LYONS CASH STORE LANCASTER, KY. ' The Central Record, Thursday July 6 1916. Your Call Account Is Beady, Gossip About ve People I want and settle at once as to leave. 1 nk A Brief Mention of the Comlnd and Goings bylhoit W, Art Inuruleil In. my customers for their patronage and request that they come In and settle their accounts and notes now, as I need the money to put into my new business. Havlnrf withdrawn from the firm of J. K. Mount Son S Co., to do into other business, I desire to th-- Mr. anil Mr. John Stormes were in Danville for the Chautauqua. Miss Uuth Lake of Torro Hauto InJ., is the guest of Mrs Jan. A. Koyaton. Respectfully, The Junior Society Set hnd an enjoy alili! moonlight picnic on tho Fourth. Mr A. II. Elkln, of Louisville, has been a visitor here at hi) boyhood home JOHN M. MOUNT t r WMW UH mI I I i J.VmcHMOH0.KV. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACMl-RCourses Irsdlng ti Klrmciitsrr, Internmllale urn) I.lfo Slste Certificates Viilu' In all Piibllotkhoolsof KenCourses and ltriew Courses. Tuition tucky I'ivk to Appointees) Two splendid dornillortpa, new niodrl school, urT matiiiiil trslnlng lull. ling, practice ilrimrtnient of nzrlniltnre. a well ennlried pomrstfo tcence. First Term Uclas rymiiii'lmii IVptemlwr 7, Krcotid Term Notemlwr 10, Till i i in Fourth Term Aprils eummerHc liool opens J.nu.ry Juno 11, .aisiopuo J. II. CIMIIIIK, I'mMrnl. Mrf. (i. A. Swlnebrond is In Stanford visiting her daughter, Mrs(J. T. Wood Dr. A. S. I'ricu of Stanford has been n lucent visitor of Mr and Mrs Ed Trice Mrs William Farnau ami little son are in Danville visiting Mrs Hanks Hud son. N Ifjl DC Little Miss Martha Ward Jones, of Monticello, is thu guest of Miss Janu Doty. Miss Mary ilrowu has returned after a visit to Miss Allle lirown, of Iouls-vlllMrs Jou Claunch and children, of Somerset, arc guests of her sister, Mrs r,l. rtt. J, M. Mount. 3C Miss Martha Wvlie who tui been visiting Mrs. (J. F. Drown has returned to Taint Lick. Mrs F. S. Hughes and little son, K. S. Hughes, Jr are visiting her parents Batteries Send us your Storage' Batteries when they need attention. We have a special expert for this work end will rjet 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. Marshall-Feathepsto- n at 1 unit lick. Miss LaVernc Nevius is nt home, at' ter a visit to relatives at Stanford and Gilberts Creek. Mrs Pearl Gulley has returned home from a viiit to Mr anil Mrs Ike Dunn of Lexington, Ky. Mrs Ike Dunn and children, of Lex ington, are visiting her purents, Mr and Mrs J. D. Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Gaines of Muskogee Okla, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Gaines. Miss Florence Dawes, of Lincoln h county, is a visitor of Mrs. Henley V. Ilastin and other friends' Mrs. C. II. l'ence of Lexington is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cottrell at Taint Lick. Mrs W. M. hliiott and children have been visiting her brotlivr, Mr Uob Arnold and family MOTOR CO. 1 at Manse, 77 LEXINGTON, KY. N. Upper St. Phone No. DC DC DC 692. DC Little Miss FrancesGrant was hostess at a juvenile picnic, the members of Mrs. Henry Moore's Sunday School Mrs. M. H. Mahry is again with her class comimsing the party assembled on sitter, Mrs. T. J. Trice, afteran enjoy- the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. William G. y Thcv vi.l save in insurance cn your .'jvjsc, fuwable sojourn with relatives in Iuisville. Anderson's suburban home. can't burn. AnJ in mMition t!:ey arc jmrmansnt, weather- - H Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Stomes motorwho has been Miss Carrie IJoullen proof, fine in upicarancc end tnexSKiisive. m r...,H!.tt..i.i iu i. i Louisville In their handsome car Willi lirr Hum, ni(n .uiui vti u tmiiviu, is ed to For Sale by 2 (has returned to her home in Nicholas where they enjojed n most delightful sojourn, returning home by the way of villc. I.ocul Contractors or Cortripht Mrtnl Roofing Co. Frankfort and Richmond where tney Mr. W. S. Carrier has been to Akron visited relatives and friends. I'iiilntlol.iliin. Pa. f0 North 23rd Slrcot. Ohm. where his son,'1 Glass Carrier, was is now on the road to re- Mrs. S. A. Hill entertained at an elab ipiite ill. but orate dinner, Sunday the guests being covery. Miss Lillian Tierce, of Louisville, Airs. and family and Mrs Sallio Mr Hob Arnold Sanders, Mrs. V. D. Simpson. Miss Fler-erLulu Johnson and daughter, Miss Allie Vantis, Miss Virginia motored to Crab Orchard Springs Ilourne and Mr. Ilradley liourne. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wall and little Maste- - IludiHiii Friable is in Dan- daughter, Margaret, of Portsmouth ville for a visit to his grandmother. Ohio, came through in their touring Mrs. Mattie T Frisbio and uunt. Mrs. car last Saturday, and have been visit- W. C. Trice. ing Mrs. T. L. Hroaddus and other Gat- Miss Caroline Allen of Lagrange, is rani relatives; they will leave the last the KUt't of Iter grrrHlparonts, Mr. of thu week for Somerset for u vi.it. ami Mrs. J. It. Mount, and aunt, Mss Dr. J II. Kinnaird attended the Ker.-- j Joan Mount. tuckv Valley Medical Association in' The Methodist mcinberahlp gave a session in Richmond last Thursday and pwnic on Tussday for thn benefit of Friday, and led in ttie discussion on "Medical Legislation of the Session of the Sunday School pupils and a few TJlti, Kentucky Legislature", and also vited (Tilests. made an address on "Tholoiithiusis". MImi's Mittie uikI Mnry Leo Dunn, Mr. and Mis V. I. Williams, daugh who hsve been thn guest of Mis Lnuni Dunn's house purtv. in Lexington, have ter and ous, whit huvd been in will visit other Kentucky returned home. aections, Mrs. Williams spending it part Dr. W. S. P.lkin of Atlantn is here of her time with her uunt, Mrs. J. M. on n visit to his former home poople, Frazeo in Muysville, and Miss Mary having joined Ills wife nt the home of Clay, making a sojourn with. Louisvillo Mr. John Duncan. inen'js. Medams I.ul.i Johnson and W. M. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Drown nnd Elliott, and Misses Florenco Johnson daughter. Miss Elsie, left Wednesday and Mamie Stormed JJumi attended the for u motoring trip to Wichita Kansas, Danville Chautauijua. tu visit Mrs. Ilrown'. uged uunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Iioyloof New Celiu Arnold, who is a former Kentuc-kiaThey will extend their itinerary Orleans, arrived Moti.liy to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wherritt and Mr. ojuI ' to Colorado Springs, and probably tanner west. , Tho Drering Mowing Machines possess all the good features of a good Mrs. J. E. Stormes. many imprivements, most of which u'ro exclusive witli tho Deering mower with Miss Margurut Cook, who, is with! Ono of the prettiest parties o.' the which you will like and should have, on your new machine. Louisville friends, accompanied a party season was the Uwn party given on Among the cblef of tho features are, "long enduring ipjalities, light draft, of Loulsvillo boys and girls on a camp last Saturday evening by Misses Angle and lianuuh lioiirno at their beautiful, elective raising levurs. Ilexiblogang urranReWnt. dodangerof cutter bar bend-In- ing trip in llullitt county. country home in west Garrard. There buckling or knife breaking. A cleati shear cut tha full length of tho mow- ' Mrs. II F. Hudson will go to RichDepresent. er bar, removable, wearing plates, external main gear, rigid main frame, coup- mond 1,0 attend Chautauqua and, visit were about elghty-ninling bar has a noinber' of.distinct features possessed by no other mower. .Easy her brother, Mr. J. II. Walker, and lightful refreshments wero served and a most enjoyable evening spent. to replace parts, spring1 tacker board. Tola is strengthened. Eusy on horses sister, Mrs. James llurnslde. and operator. Her many friends hero will rogret to Mrs. Ada Kinuaird and daughter, Come in and let us show this splendid mower or send for attractive illuslearn that Miss Allie Arnold who bus Mrs.. Louis Ilerndon, of Atlanta, Ga., trated booklet giving fujl descriptions of the full lino of Peering Machines. been for the past )ear teaching the spent the past week with Dr, J. li. sign languagu in Pennsylvania D. and Kinnaird and family in Hill Court. D. Institute and who was duo to be at , hoiro for her vacation period, has been Mr William Fox Logan of Tu., has joined his wlfu and detulned by illness and is confined In a little sons here at the home of his par- hospital where sho has thu competent K,y. ents Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Mason. service of physicians and nurses. , iu-- 4- Mrs Anna Bailey spent Sunday with her daughters, Misses Lissa and Elizabeth HolUclaw, near Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Hughes, and little daughter, of 'Louisville, are on a viit to Lancaster kinspcople. Mr. and Mrs. Stonie Sebastian and daughter, Oracle, visited E. It. Holtz rlaw at Danville the past week. Mrs. Annie Itainey has returned to her huiue in Eminence, after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Edd Wulker. Misses Josephine Mutheny and Luclle Dudderar have returned to Stanford alter a visit to Mrs Oppie Ilrown. Miss Lillian Tierce of Louisville, who has IkVii Uiting her Bister, Mr. Oscar Itay i with Mrs. S. A. Hill this Week. Miss Carrie Miller Is In Stanford tha guest of Mrs. Jesse D. Wearien. Miss Nannie II. Herring was In Stan Mrs. Harry Tomllnson Is nt homo after a pleasant visit with relatives in ford to attend the Watkins-Moornupttials. Ludlow. Mrs. J. K. Claunch and children of Mrs Cleveland Iloso is at home nfter a visit to her mother, Mrs. Ilelle Ter Somerset are the guest of her sister Mrs. John Mount. kins at Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Scale and inter, Mr. J. J. Ashcr of Itlchmond was the guest Sunday and Monday of his friend estlng son, are visiting relatives and Miss Emma Walker, friends In Keren this week. Miss Edith Moore has returned from lion. Ashby Warren, of Stanford, was the guest of his aunt. Miss Jennie ( a delightful visit of severnl days to Mr. Duncan, last Monday. . anil Mrs. It. C. Iloain, near Taint Lick. ' Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkln left Wed-t- o Mrs. Joanna Hull left Monday night .visit her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Ho-- 1 nesday for Stanford where they took the train that night for their' home In hon Campbell In Stanford. Mr. W. A. Fnrnau returned homo Atlanta tia. Mr and Mrs. J. II. Soper were called Monday after recuperatlni(aTor ten to Lexington last week by the sudden days at Crali Crchard Springs. lllnes and death of the latter's brother Mrs Ewlr.g Stultz of Knoxville Tenn, Mr. T. W. Soper. has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Gulley entertained nt Mrs. J. II. Ilourne on lluckeye pike. an elaborate C o'clock dinner Monday Miss Virginia ShivHy of Grecrsburg, In compliment to Mrs. I. S. Dunn anil Is the gue't of Miss Martha Ward family of Lexington. Sweeney at tho entrance of Hill Court. Mrs. Hen Hullarii nnd children, have Mr and Mrs. Robert Einbry and Mrs. returned to their home in Cincinnati, H. F. Walter .motored to Ixington Tuesday and were guests of Mrs Miles. Bfter a visit of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hnllnrd. Miss Stella Stone opens tho Antiorh Mrs. Ixni Combs has returned to her School on this coming Monday, with home at Oneida, Ky., after a pleasant Miss Helen Young m assistant teacher. visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Mr. Ernest C. lUy. who holds a gocd. Moore, on. Danville Ave. liosition In Decathr Illinois, Is hero for Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ross and their a visit to his grandmother, Mrs. J. A. guest. Mrs. Kiltie Walker, of Jones. Gap, Vo., are spending a few Mr. Joe Trhe has secured a Governdays In Cincinnati this week.' ment position wleh the Tanama Canal Master Allen and Miss Mildred Itenz-lennd expects to leave for Company children of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tanama of July Hlh. Heazley, of this city, are guests of Mr. Mrs. W. T, Woolfolk and daughters, and Mrs. Roy Ileazley at Mt Vernon. Mies Margaret and Anna Lee. of LexMrs. Henry Simpton entertained nt ington, were guests nt a dinner at the her home- - on Hill Court Tuesday evenhome of Mrs. VV. It. Ilastin. ing at an elaborate, six o'clock dinner Mrs. Richard McLean of Nashville in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Drown.' Tenn, Is the guest of her brother, Mr. Master Ilorton Mabry will entertain Jnmes G. Iiurnside and other Garrard county klnspeopje here in her former twenty children at a lawn party this afternoon from three to five, at the home section. pretty home of his aunt, Mrs. T. J. Mrs. Wm. Rousseau and little son, Trice. Lovell, of Arizona, are here to spend Mi. and Mrs. R. E. Hughei-- . accomthe greater part of the summer with her parents, Mr and Mrs T. C. lUnkin panied by Mrs. Fred Neighbou, motored up from Louisvillb this week for in west Garrard. a few days visit with relatives and and menus. Mr. and Mrs. Lucous King daughter, Faye, Mrs. NannieLawrer.co A family picnic was held at the Iron and daughter, Jennie, and Mrs. J. F. Bridge on the Danville road Tuesday by Iloltzclaw and son, Clyde, and Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw visited Mrs. Stonie Sebastian the Gulley relationship In compliment to Mrs. I. S. Dunn nnd children of Lexlast week. ington. Little Miss Helen Mae Stapp very Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Miss pleasantly entertained a number of her little friends at a party Thursday after- Martha Ward Sweeney and guest, Miss Virginia Shivcly enjoyed b motoring noon. Many interesting gtmes were played arid delightful refreshments trip Sunday afternoon to the National Cemetery. were served. were ' y, Mr. J. W. Sweeney and family in Danville for the Chautauqua. ALMOST A NERVOUS WRECK WAS MR. BLACKBURN, OF RICHMOND HE NOW HAS SPLENDID HEALTH "I can safely say that beforo taking, exciting cause of disease, weakness. Tnnlsc IVas almost a nervous wreck". It renders the body vigorous and d Mr. John Illackburn 163 Center tic. It'keeps the mind clear imd t. Richmond, Ky. ic and throws ntr the symptoms of "My nervousness was undoubtedly nervousness nnd indigestion- - It builds caused by stomach troubl. Since tak-- 1 up the constitution run down by disease ing Tanlac I never felt better In my ar.d mental and physical overwork, 'quickens convalescence and is an un- life." Tanlac is n tonic which aids dlges-- 1 failing source of comfort to all suiters tion promotes healthy, refreshing sleep from such trouble, ond strengthens the nerves. . , , introduced in Lan-thnn,"c, ' There Is hardly a portion of the body McRobcrts. ' is not benefited by the helpful action of Tanlac, which begins its I Tanlac may be obtained In the nearby work by stimulating the digestive and 'cities. Taint Ltck, J, N.Metcalf; organs, thereby enriching antsville, liecker & Italian!; Little the blood and invigorating the whole j Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Iieren, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug system. Next it enables n weak, worn out! Store; Junction City, Reynolds and stomach to thoroughly digest Its tood, Evans; Richmond. H. L, Terry & Son; permitting the assimilation of the Crab Orchard, l.jne ilros ; IJurgin, G. nourishing products to be converted In- - T. Schoolfield: Danville. John 3. Wells, R E. McRoberts. Lancaster, and W. C tu blood, bone and muscle. It overcomes, It Is said, that great West, Silver Creek. elos-saiener-streeI Mrs. Clarence Tendlctnn returned Tuesday to her home in the Uuckeyo section, nfter having been in the DanDr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert entertain ville Hospital for abont two ed at a delightful tour toured dinner where she submitted to a successful Tuesday evening ut their home in Hill operation appendicitis. Court, in honor of Mrs. J. E. Claunch, Mrs. E. C. Gaines is entertaining a of Somerset, and Mrs. li. C. ilrewer. of Cholsea. Okla. Covers were laid for noU!e Party a', her attractive home on Mr. and Mrs. John i Maple Avenue, Miss Ruth I.ake, of the following: Mount, Mrs. J. E. Claunch. Mrs R. C. Terra Haute Ind., and Missetr Mary Ilrewer and Dr. and Mrs. W. M. am! Gertrude Gaines of Stanford, , posing the happy trio. Mr. T. 0. Miller, of Indianapolis. Ind has been a recent, visitor of Miss Nannie 11. Herring. Mr! Henry Moore, Jr, has returned from London where ho had a pleasant visit, with his uncles, Messrs George and Charlie Moore. Henry nlo made flying visits to friends in McKee and Welshburg. Mrs, Ilright Herring has returned to see her mother, trom Lexington whom she placed In care'of Dr. Nevitt for special treatment nnd her many friends will be plensed to know she is improving rapidly. ... viks Miss Johnetta Farra entertained at a Mr- - and Mrs. Samuel G. Haselden, Miss Mary Davis and Master Duncan picture show party Monday night, in of Haselden were in Nichatasville Sunday honor of Miss Virginia Shlvely afternoon and were accompanied home Greensburg, Miss Martha WardSween-ey- s guest. by "J. R." Haselden who has been there on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Henrv, of Ala., are rejoicing over the Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Newlaiid and children, of Stanford, motored over for arrival of a handsome boy fit their home u short visit to Mrs. Newland's aunt, last Sunday. The young man has leen Mrs. Lula Johnson, Hnd were accom- christened, Allen Jr. panied by Mrs; Newland's father, Mr. Miss Ethel Mse Jones who has been A. It. Elkin of Louisville. an efficient trimmer in a large millinery to mm OITY BILLS t ECED SALE Saturday, July 8th at absolute cost will sell B psiii? I establishment In Decatur III., the past sea. on. is at home for a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. A. Jones, Trof. and Mrs. Ef P. Hallev of California, whn have been visiting Mr. W. S. Elkln ar.d family i Atlanta, nre to arrive next Monday and will be xtecom-panie- d by Miss Sallie Elkin. only, and continueing for two weeks all trimmed and untrimmed A HATS, FEATHERS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS. Dr. CIkis. Zimmer, of Tomecoy, ()., has joined his wife and handsome children, who have been the guests for several weeks, with Mr and Mrs R. Zimmer at Hotel Kengarlan. Miss Margaret Cook has returned from .ouisville and hits us her house guilts a trio of itttmctive. Louisville gifls, Mises Hope Gardner, Helen Elizabeth ami Chastino Spraguo. Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith returned! Monday to her homo in Louisville, enjoying in company with her hostess and ! host. .Mrs. W. H Cook and Mr. Cook, a motorinu; tr o around by Hnrrodsburg unii mgii iinuge 1 L.exuigiour wnere i iStore she boarded a train for Louisville. -' I 1 goes at 9cts. Spot Cash. Nothing on ApprovaL to the first 20 Ladies buying $1.00 worth, of goods on Saturday July 8th. During this sale all music will be given package Ma fipnold Francis. 1 opens at 9:30 A. M. Saturday. Special Inducement! Order Your CIotliesNOWii fieeriim lowing lactones Have Many Exclusive Features Which Make Them Superior To Mowers of Any Other Make. j n. I 1 j A I PRBB ' W Fancy Vest 4 Pair of Trousers or Forn6hort tirao only, wo oroofferlnU with ovcrySult, Coat nndTrouscrs or Ovcrcoatpur-'- ll cliascarROaiTHESPIUNGANDSUaniERLINEaFANCYVESToraPAIROli'TROUSERS " FREE.1 Clothes niado to your measure by u ' THE GLOBE TAILORING CO., Incv Every tlttmicntlsbackcdbythorlg!diluarantcoofthemaker8. TaJiuudvanrasooirhisNOW '500 patterns to Select From. Let Us Take Your Measure NOW Rp&?isTOl LOGAN & ANDERSON BROS. BECKER & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE. Wilkes-llarre- PHONE 27. w ( yr-w- e ;a' ' w "ttll''" The Central Record, Thursday July 7 19 Id. ' Why Spend your Money, - "with a Spade"? THRIFT decs mf mean qetdtw FULL VALUE for each Dollar of Income expended. (letting lest Is not complimentary to tho htclliyer.c,: of e- - on r. Llillionaire. Uoinsr liberal nntl generous, ?n affairs whore it is proper and deliberate lo be so, differs widely from being thriftless, thought-les- s and careless in buying things, on a busi-r.ebasis. A habit of "Jumpin? at Conclusions," instead of Thinkinn nut these Conclusions, costs many a men a lifctirsc of rs s. in 1 m 'm i iefi f'Ri 1HWIS mm Touching Little Incidents That Plan tWrvp WUtM I! ntt u4 mkt Mul iMf nil l frsrtsj antlr tUIIin yfHfsjwy wry rm itt 7 1 human b.lnn. Mfcim II to pMtmj SttMta, San tlatBlf , HUM tf l-- Marked Departure of Various Companies tq the Mexican Border. Some Mothers Sorry to Have Sons Leave While Others Are Proud That They Can Fight For Their Country. n You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork at small cost. require sny skill toresiorewornfiirnllurc, floors.ctctoorlglnal besti-tSimply use I'KE CM stain and varnish. t .W Caattal 2S, ROa ana SI .00. M,r4a.r. Dr., la Druggist. Lanraitet l,rO t. It. B McRobcfts, first principle consists in a' V' if IT was much sndness of faro-- BU,,crc,i J0llr tattle. Little? Well, lves, sisters, and well ns the mothers. , yoUi hut , Il0 nrcll.t . sneethenrts bade svorfby ,0 it, depart- -' M JuJt tllc Mlno You ln sons of Lftcle Sam. Tnipcdy was . , Mcmorla, ,,ay h ho t will, comedy. PntlKH reigned'; and sec which are tho one, left-- oa one nd. wbllf on tho other frivolUg rf We oncs "K .V..' : "There were n lot of big men In our oPnjr. and after f0"'1 .dltUculttes they will fnco before they return home: little did they realise the ;ni.wro. KC,""R .rral T?M"L us fighting It got to be a Joko hardships that nre the lot of any solbig fellows to iller. Hut all were nnxlous to go, to about waiting for tboe jive whatever vns ncceiry for their strngglo Into camp nt night two or thrco hours late. Of courso they were country. The following little storle catlicrcd nt the tnrloun xliitn from nil right In n Httlo while, and I'm not ulii'iice the men dciurtrit nre tlllet) saying anything against the big men with ()Pl''H thnt reach illnvt to the Hut don't you sny nnythlng ngnlnst theso wiry young cusses here. They'll heart" many Americans indolently stand tho gaff, don't you worry about upon the shallow theory'that that Put His Mother First. article "must be" WOUTH you Are "Say, why If you hml to chouse ,betcrii your you over slzo?don't three enlist? they'd more, merely because it Casta more. dnys In inotlier nml your sweetheart -- which? They arc thun trjcci heavy price, all Tlil- - I tlie propnltIim that put have you drvppltig off that flesh by through" Y.iz, aii i.:dok;d habit of private chunks mid crawling Into your dog tip to Kdwnrd W. Petersen, your tongue hnng Thoutfhu In the Illinois national guahl. Colniiol kennel nt night with Ihcy : '.z.C, .V.:" :"zzj and Garrlty had given urilers that encli !n outHut tho stranger had slunk nwny as uieiuU-. nf the regiment was rutltleil . to c:- :'in to rccehe n from one wom.iu tbo old man's speech grew warmer. needs J th.; Then (for t .c'.' j.c-i- cr v'cll, Niys," the veteran said, "I frleiiil, but he ilcprixiited tho nppear-mic"Spend icw.th- - :8dc." of n bevy of half n dozen clrU for guess lie's gone to enlist, I liopo. Itut cr ::. '.i.r.cr.tnry to the judgment In ciery gunriliuiaii. So when Petersen for you, I'm proud of you, and If you of even the Wealthiest? appeared with throe women he found go to Mexico If God bless you every Do people become Wealthv w ha acquire the guard line strictly dmnu .ami one of you."1 the careless HABIT of "Spending Jloncv." stem sentinels opimln his entrance. This Is Ileal Bravery. instead of intelligent, thoughtful BUYING IVtiTM'ti appealed to Cuptnln John I. Lnvlu of hit compauy. . wifh it? "Will all these men be able to go? "Who nre the ladles?" wild tho cap- Porno of them will have 'families detain. pendent 011 tliem, won't they?" 0110 of "My mother, my lster nml my Han the New York men wa&nskcd. eve, s.ilil l'ctersen. "They'll go. Take my case. I've got "You enn tnke In only one." said a father, years old. and a rONEY cannot make BETTER Lnvln. "It's Hli to you to chomo." wife and two children looking to ine. I .' ! t .i.iMV iincv. 1 Petersen looked around ut the faces gave up n good Job as foreman to do r auric iircs, hi tivt Exper of the three women, who than Goodrich ere closer this, and they told mo not to como to him than any others In thu world. ience, SOO.OOO.OOO lbj. Purchasing-Powe- r, back to the Job nfternard. Itut I ain't Mother." he said simply. "and Deliberate Intention, arc now producing. a coward. And the old man and my could No Rubber Concern in the world woman both said to me: 'You go ahead. "Some One Cared." Prices here afford to offer the low Fair-LiWe'll take care of ourselves and the Fair-Li- st !: khaki stood dejectedly kids somehow.' One chap I gucf that's tho real quoted, cn Fabric 'fires (for such HIGH In n corner of the Plrst regiment bravery, ain't It?" quality) without the enormous Goodrich (SAFETY - TREADS) Philadelphia, watcldng sweetVOLUME, which bo reduces Cost as to make hearts, wlvc-- t and mothers blddlus Denver Giant Heady. these lowest prices possible. $10.40 30x3 ) farewell to the boys of Company U - 5513.40 Ford Sizes When, therefore, you pay MORE than wincr. mouc 10 me core .iin.i ever He was. In Company G. but no one had lo ",,'I '" tho breach when the these Goodrich Fair-Li$15.45 prices for ANY como' to bid him goodby. A little old 32 x 3 Fabric Tire, you are NOT getting "better" woman bad been watching him out of rest of the country need salvation, has 33x4 - - - - - '$22.00 Tires. the corner of her eye. With her were t sealed tho doom of tho CarninzlslJis Iu $22.40 34 x 4 u the tn'.Mexico, for It was "written two girls. -- 4 Test out Goodrich Tires, and see ! $31.20 35x4M as I Ustment books of Itattery It. Denver's "Hain't no ouo come?" $31.60 36 x 4'A GOODRICH CO. THE B. F. she edged up to him. Ho shook his artillery troop In tbo national guard. $37.35 37 x 5 anicn nianm reauy Akron, 0. head mournfully. Then the old woman mat can itemx-kissed him. And not only that, but the to go. And who Is Carl Iteuben Sandrll? two girls kissed him, and the Httlo old of He Is the well known gtaut-- ho woman a son, wlio was the brother of I tbo two girls, who witnessed the Inci the towering longitude. And It Is 110 ordinary record this hudent, smiled knowingly. As Company G swung out the despondeut one car- man tower, wlio U seven feet Ave ried himself more erectly than any one inches In bis shoes and wbi wears 10M collars, takes with him Into the lu the company. "Somo one cared." Ho was color bearer for the tnllltlu. First Colorado lu the fuss In the Phil Ipplnea lu He lias a hunter "Black-TreadHis Mother Gave In. A Toumr .Vow York man went Into of big gnmo and a plainsman of many Is better He thrilling experiences. tho recruiting station of tho infantry armory out- - Suuday with bis known to children In Colorado than hero, anil his picture mother. She gave her consent to his n"r other western enlisting, apd when he was led away has been pasted up by more school for his physical examination she turn- - children than havo thus honored any cd to one of tho men standing at the ' other IdoL Ncw Goodrich Shoe Sole (for your Feet). I ' desk and said: JOjAl. Does for your SHOES what the black "Bare Old men Plead to UO. He's been begging mo since last i Monday to let him go him and his fa-Tread does for Goodrich Tires. There were old men, gray haired and' ther too. Iletwitu the two of them decrepit, who Jggcd Colonel Douuel-Httlla I. more Flexible than Leather Wears longer than Leather! Is tho peace I've had. 1 staved ly of 6t Louis to tuko them along with la Waterprootl It Lighter than Leather! It KASIUK on your Feet! them off for awhile. The boy smells him. Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Tcxtan Soles on your next pair of Shoes. iwwder.' his father says. Sure 1 tells "We know more alwut war than him, 'there's 110110 on me, and ho ' these boys," said one of them Iu a girls.' 'Ho thetlc appeal. "Wo can shoot We run with that kind of wants to bo off with the buys.' I10 bnve been nt Wilson's Creek under says. 'Sure, I tells him, 'ho II learn Lyon, and there are several of us that quick enough right here nt home who were with Grant before Vlcks-burfrom you.' Let us go with you." Hut they kept after me, and this Tears came to the eyes of the colomorning after we in mo home from nel and of Mrs. Donnelly, standing by church 1 gavo In. I had to. There's bis side, when he told them ho was no living with the men these dnys. powerless to give them the opiwrtunlty They're all for putting n uniform 011 they craved. their chests and a gun on their shoul A young girl after n hard fight obders. Itut I'm hoping now you don't tained admittance to Colonel Donnelly Mr and Mrs Curry Robinson were regive my boy a uniform. He was go- nnd Implored that n young looking reAID THE KIDNEYS cently presented with a new car from ing to collego this fall. He says he'll cruit bo exempted from duty. her futher. be back In tlmo to go Just the same "Ho Is only seventeen now," sho Do Not Endanger Life When a Lancastrian J2 Mrs Edmond Sutton delightfully enDo you think so'" pleaded, "and ho Is thu whole support tertained a few of her friends at dinner Soon the young recruit rushed Into of the family." Shows Yoa The Way to Avoid It. Wednesday. the room nml threw his arms a lout his "How did you get In?" the colonel , mother's neck. 'They took mo!" ho asked him. Mr. Chas Durham end family of Why will people continue to suffer cried. 'They took mel" "I Jut passed tho physical examinaMr and Mrs James Springfield visited Tears were lu her eyes, but suo turn tion and said I was eighteen." tliH agonies of kidney complaint, backe, Mrs. Jay McOcc, 0! ed to tho man again. "Ain't ho tine. "I nui sorry, little one," said the urinary disorders, lameness, Turner last week. ache, Texas, writes: ' For strapping lad?" sho asked. "Do you colonel. "Tho case will have to go languor, why allow themMisses Murie and Thelma Clark, have nine (9) years, I suffered with get them any better tmn that? It's up to the war department, and your selves to become chronic invalids, when returned after a visit to Misses Sallie womanly trouble. I had tergot to ue, I suppose, charge of well, ir you ro brother will be under Lou and Maud Clark. n tested remedy is oiTered themT rible headaches, and pains In going, boy, I'm sorry It's only Mexicans false enlistment." And then there were Doan's Kidney Pills have been ued my back, etc. I t seemed as li you'll havo to shoot to save them from tears. Miss Elizabeth Pettus, the charming in kidney trouble over CO years, have guest of Miss I would die, I sulfered so. At The mother of Captain IMniund J. themselves. And to think you vo got Elizabeth Doty has reII bravely to shoot another man. too. for his own McMnhon of Company been tested in thousands of cases. last, I decided to try Cardui, turned to her home in Springfield. gooJ!" blinked away tears as sho saw her Jf you have any. even one, of the Miss Eugenia Pollard who the woman's tonic, and it has learned three sons going to tho front They 'symptoms ofkidney diseases, act now. helped me right away. 'The are the captain, Lieutenant James Old Veterans Rejuvenated. Diopsv or Bright's disease may set in the art of converting milk into vegelull treatment not only helped oltout to bo married, and Sergeaut Noticeable In the crowds about Read table fat making, 7J pounds of butter at and make neglect dangerous. me, but It cured me." a churning. New York armory, and treated with William J. Their homo Is In St. Louis. this Lancaster testimony: extreme reflect by the men of tho regi The Ladies Working Society will give W. C. Davis, tailor, Public Square, TAKE Wrist Watches Popular. ment, have becu a number of civil war Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were an Ice cream supper on the evening of veterans. They pass slowly about on Now, please don't smile, for the A disordered and I suttVud from pains July 12th at Mason school house. hand-gritheir canes, giving each man a wrist watch already has proved Its across the small of my back. The ir- Ilazaar will be given in connection with or a word of cheer or gather a serviceability with tho army officer, but regular kidney action obliged oie to the supper. Every body invited. things In view of the alleged prejudice of the group of "boys" together to talk Mr. and Mrs. Ilen Hughes and Miss arise at night. I have considerable s over. At one such gathering there was wits a telegram addressed to all bending to do in my work and I became Delia Itice Hughes of Lancaster spent present a civilian more than six feet of tho national guard In St Paul Ttii Woman's Tonic Doan's Kid- Sunday with Mr John and Miss Susan proportionately. and languid. tall and built easily tired tnd signed by an enterprising Jeweler "Looks llko a pretty slim and under- tavors inoro or less of alleged humor. ney Pills relieved mo," K. Sutton. Miss Delia Rice will consized crowd of boys to me," ho volunCardui helps women In time Hero It Is: l'rie 60c at all dealers. Don't sim- tinue her stay a week or so, visitirg teered. "Every tnlnote counts with the alert ol greatest need, because It ply ask for a kidney remedy get Douns friends of the community. Tho veteran's eyes snapped a mo- American army officer. Your high pocontains Ingredients which act Kidney Pills the sam that Mr. Davis Robinson accidentally Mrs. Maggie ment s be eyed tbo stranger. "Slim-Hsition demand you be punctual, and specifically, yet gently, on the n Co., Props., Bufbad. fell on a sharp rock cutting her leg weakened womanly organs. 0 29 2t. tnls you cannot accomplish without an falo. N. Y. just below the knee leaving a deep So, it you (eel discouraged, Fast to Friendship. accurate timepiece. OUlcers under colgash. The accident occurred about 3 It Is not right to estrange In a nn unable to ors, In foreign lands speak volumes of blue, weeks ago and she Is just beginning to EA do your household work, on MARKSBURY ment a friend praise for tho wrist watch. Prices, $3 VA tlmo to secure whom it takes a lit walk c6mfortably on her Injured limb. to $23." account 01 your conojuon, stop - That the wrist watch is seriously Mr John PruiU and Itev. J W Mahan worrying and give Cardui a A light agent passing thru here, considered as an Imimrtant part of the are attending the Georgetown assembly trial. It has helped thousands topped al a farm house and saw a Patent Leather, Patent leather shoes can be kept soldier's personal effects Is Indicated Miss Margaret Doty has returned dress form thru the window, he was jn of women, why not you? by the fact that many guardsmen, par Ilka new If they are rubbed over occaE-Try Cardui. from a visit to Mrs Ilout at Paint Lick. the act of tipping his hat when he sudsionally wlthlnllk and polished with a tlcularly tbo officers, already are equipMrs. James Wbito of Danville pike, denly exclaimed 'I'll be dogged if I ped with the bracelet timepiece. oft dry cloth. was the guest of Miss Sue Sutton on didn't think It was a woman" and ' laughed heartily. Thursday. 1 I bor. for the WHEN In the severalMexican there states the militiamen begnn cn. u,t0f T0U Myj They're tho finest Iot of goWct lrcr Mir, bar none, 1 Aml VA , ,,lMltj. of t,m More you ' ..- combined I You'll be delighted with the flneresults. 1 ryncantodjy It comes la II Natural Wood Colors, White, Gold and r.namcl. All sizes. PEASLEn-OAULllEUT iff mmttmmmtmmmtmmmmmm CO. LOL'ISVILLF.. 8ALC BV KY. TOO M.nul.flul.rt ron s cli 11 CC&JEStormes "Go to It," Says Dying Father, Lieutenant A. C. McDonald of St Louis has a fatlier dying, but Is an snoring the call to nrun. "Go to It. my lioy," wlilapcn.il hli fa. ther when the boy thought nf asklug for a discharge. "The country l above everything, ami I am only an old man. I wish I could gtt up nml tight for the dag." As a matter of patriotism n St Louis man who had pasnl the age limit an old soldier who had kcrved through two campalgus eulUtcd as tisslitant cook. WALL PAPER li iu Ik room, MUctl sm tfU clod tfc ! ! :o-c- - r 4 lV r . vlt Alfred Pent "Prize" Wall Papers ara l.tttt fat iVair anlc .i itnnljrt will lla tatUtao. ry n a4 titiUuttt tWir oHil ita ruling oecpM p Dan aa Mltar It prka. H laipact lU.a J.luo, la iVa ruaial la ta p.pwJ. llva iwl ! .fa war. Saw Tka book, llama tKay vpon lla walla. q Laria aaaadaaal al 4alaa aaa calar. lata, al wavalar arkaa. laiauW. Catlmalaa itil la I)orll iWall, VVHiTE & RIDDLE. ita ivi Paint Lick, Ky. rr-- 47-Ye- ar "If I can't dn anything clc I surely can cook for the boys, he sold. Goodrich " " Prices st 30x3) st d GOODRICH " TlRES I ! ! lti It Didn't Work. Captain Thoiuas 1. Octlgan. adjutant of the Illinois Seventh, was giving lu tractions to a subordinate when a young woman, sobbing, bearing a child In her arms, approached him. "I am Mrs. Arthur Karaite," she walled, "and I camo for my husband, who left me to starve and support this Infant He Is a private In your regl ment" When Private Karafte admitted bis wlfo had s)ken tho truth and that bo was willing to return Captain Octlgan was ready to furnish transportation money to the gtiardman and let him return home. The captain looked up tbo enlistment papers to mako out a rspcrrt when ho discovered tho man had worn he was single. Needless to say the private, who, the captain says. Is a good soldier, remain ed In camp, and tho wife," after ad' tnlttlng she was tils sister, went back to Chicago. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4&t once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Central Record. 1 Sixty-nint- iirPT?rrP A TJT,ie 1 1 Jll foot-Rubbe- r" 1 o y 1 ! Lancaster Motor Car Co. Distributors for Garrard County. Sick Wife Wants Him. K. Pierce or Chicago left n twy. sick wife nnd a "My wife doesn't want mo to go." he said, "but what's a roan to do? I don't want to go for my crsonnl amusement This Is something that conic before even n fellow's own. according to my belief." "The Italian government Issued a call for inc. said I rnnk Itllotta, as-slilant bandmaster, who was for seven years lu the navy, "but I refused. They can't have me. My homo Is here, my wife Is bore, my three little notis nre here. So I fight for Uncle Saui any tltne he call luc." Allert How They leave. One thing in connection with tbo 1111 nnls I'lrst cavalry's innnuer of going to wnr Is worthy of observation: Klther the I me my correspondents who rt tho departure uf Kuropeau troops "Cii'dP Steph-envill- 11 11 are successful fakers or the technique of the I'lrst Is woefully In need of repairs. The European war Is moru pic- turesque, more heroic. A kls for the wife, a tear for tho baby, a prayer fdr the fatherland nml a curse for the foe Is the way he goes to win Ills honors. Hut In other fashion do the swash, bucklers of tho roaring I'lrst march forth. If the Mexicans could have heard what their oncoming enemies had to sny of them It would lake a hardy self report on their part to survive It. Tliojneii of the I'lrst wurcely mentioned them They couldn't Ik annoyed by them at all. There was too much eltj to occupy their attention. Great Goldlcr's Idlosyncracy. Marshal Ncy, who was ns handsome as ho was bravo, is said never to havo appeard on tho field of battle until ho was dressed with scrupulous elegance and his board carefully curled and perfumed. When ho was led out to execution he was as cool as though going to a dance. lounly Court Dars. Itlchmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday, Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburir, Ut Monday, Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;. Lawrenceburg. 3rd, Monday Nicholssvllle, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday, Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, LANCASTER. 4th. Mondays, Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlcello, 4th. Monday. Verssillts, 4th. Monday, IKilSa m . it. i uaOi:ti VV.iifl More Silo fa Less Money Cardui n Male no daal for silo without getting our figures and fiiturf t. We give mors and belter anchorage. Slauncher door frame. Steel.hinged, four. latch door. Steel Hep Udder, step every 18 inches. Better compara. tiro construction throuihout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our dirai akipmtnt ( alavai anj fia. saraa and amallat atlliac aapaaaa raaaa mora ailtf la, ,aa4 oparahai laaa msaii tku aa ail csmpaar car) ti,a au. old Foster-Milbur- Lit araaa li f KENTUCKY SILO W. P. Klncaid, CO. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. ' r The Central Record, Thursday July 7, 1916 Incorporated, Abyssinia la an Important cattlo FROM GARRANZA breeding country.1 Tho United Slates annually produces 800,000,000 chickens. All More than forty varieties of rlco Next Move By U. S. Depends Frlcouri Taken by British In arC cultivated In Slam. on Reply. 13- -or Lhassa has a population ot lil.oon, Phones 33!)-Dri.o. 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention of whom 9,000 aro women, About 100 species of oysters have Ictn classified by scientists, NO TIME LIMIT IS SET EJUROPEAN PLAN. FREiiGH REACH SECOND LIKE of the world's load sup comes from Great llrltaln. ply tnotorcyclo englrni A Polh Drltish and French Are Holdlnfl has Men Invented by an Cnnllshman. No Substantiation of Report That DAY. GOOD ROOMS 'President Has Given Time Limit In AM Cround Russians Cap. Gained Tho cost of maintenance Of tho Which rtepjy to American Demands ture An Important Austrian position dikes ot Holland Is about t,000,0tr0 n Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Are to De Meti year, West of Kotomea. Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Washington, July 3. Another force The six state, capitals of Australia ad --- 7 . Iximlon, July 3. In tho faco of a v havo lioert connected by wireless tele of American troops hare crossed the Turkish and Electric Bathes. rlouKiAl resistance and of frequent graphy. border Into Mexico In pursuit of the counter attacks of great vlolcnco tlK) Write for Reservations. Concealed tinder the flap of n new bandits who raided Fort Hancock, acllrltlsh mid French foronn. cnRad tu the firent offensive: north and sot. h cap for men l a jiocket for money or cording to omclal dispatches reaching GREENBERG, Manager. tho war detriment. of Somrne, continued their ndeancu valuables. The bandits aro believed to have An oxMrtmcnt station for the proand held fl'l the ground galneil. tied to tho I'rlrourt, three miles onat of Albert, duction ot tea has been established In In Mexico, base ot Quitman mountains and Captain Leroy Kit Inge, which wna practlcnlly surrounded by Argentina, Itiissla has sold to an American In command of troops from yie Eighth the llrltlsh In the first himra of the cavalry. Is hot on the trail. The war drive, fell .nt o their hands during the syndicate 2fio platinum gold mines In dorartment does not anticipate that ottnrtioon. Iieaiierate rtglitlnf had the t'nil mountains, any opposition from .Mexicans will bo 'i They vvnl save in Insurance cn i;u. l.ouas, fur they bent lit progto's here since nlmo.it American linoleum factories aro In' to bo searched can't burn. And in addition ii.ty arc ircrxnuncnt, weatherthe lieglnnlna; of tho offensive. 'Ihc creasing their output at the expense encountered. The areaIs expected Is very small and It that Itecord 2:'.J, Trial 2:14f. town la on tho ralfway from Albert to of Scotland's exports ! proof, fine in appearance and inexpensive. the American troops will bo back on Half llrother to Lula Watts (2) 2:211 l'enmne. via Comblea'nnd U also on Italy has Joined other Kuropcan na the American side within twenty-fouFor Sale by .2 hlahroftd1. Tmtter, llrown Stallion, about Ifif hds, foaled lOOd. tho tlons In prohibiting tho manufacture. hours. Slaiulnrt KeKtslered Vol. 18. of Curtu, tho ouUklrf. Importation or sale, ot absinthe. The vlllmo In tlio mcautlmo the administraLocal Contractors or Cortripjit Metal Roofing Co. of which marked the furthest p:l'it The world's present potato crop l tion Is stlli awaiting word from ' itrraatlH, rlama of H. i . D.Ik Nt(M north ot approximately large enough to fill by this Frmieh renclii'd '1 Mr 50 North 23nl Street. Philadelphia. Pn. ttl II li.i ftaarrh-- f NuwHitar as to whether Trevlno's orders Iljhl Sonime In th first day of tho offen lwMHf m nr wwa-j-j lni IUhi Iwoj ro aro to stand. Desplto tho fact that n of the I'anama canal Haia wiik. 3:iw - iiimi Rtmfrt Mm she, wos taken by them after heavy ( llarif I'Ur IH;1. Hit. null, mirk JiM. io Millinery will be ono of the, prac week ago the American government .. . f!i rXtaoaarlaH'i. M.4 ...J( ritrll.lMf nfw. flditlng and later In the day tfioy (IMI.( kMWHl IRAf llmai H:lr tical arts taught at the summer school called on the Carrnnza government lab's, tlfliaia stormed a railway town nhlru th . Hrwtt If .Vt,rt for an "Immediate" statement ot Its bnld .I4. U. n.ni.rix.k Ormans hid nraanlml Into a power- of the University of California I II. mil WHkM IM 1:1. I ISktW. Adjustable iontoons. Intended to position, no response has come. Tho ' .). nl ttf I.. . a ... ful defensive xsltlon. Make no: department nas without word from mako nny small boat iinstnkable, have Vk ( Uiirva Mfcl In tho first two days of the drlv Mexico City and the Mexican embassy Cl.jn aM. famo In Kngland by an Aus H.iu n RaiMf.. tse)'. II. w 1.1 Lata WatlHI havo taken In tho nelshlior been patented Nla Htl- ia I .WW, the allies denied flatly that Amhassador-Dealg-natItftS HWhrr nsH, "IITWT i ll III hood of ten thousand prisoners. If trallan. ( Arrcndondo has tho reply and Is ii. t il: mu lH MeftTuei iM'j I Tho French wine harvest of 1015 waiting to present It to Secretary ! 1IL they havo not I WlUr. 3 N. M liter t Ml! HrMk this number. J i.lay iM.and rl ilk. JtlH B.l 3:lS amounted to 18,100,790 hectoliters, Lansing. Krly during the nls.ht tho iimi "IMW in ifWHl ' Jia)r I mr , prima C2 H. IU.itta ('tar llr ll.ll"'Uy II along the greater part ot the compared with Sfi.13l.U9 hectoliters Suggestions that the president Is jl) I ',. ami l.lllr I'laf rtaaa of KII'NI Hr.n.k front of the drive launched counter at- In 1914. considering the advisability of ImposDan nl I f J :H. lUt l ) ,t', The Japanese servant girl has a fiat ing n time limit within which a reply tacks In an effort lo recover some ot M endow Ilrook 2:0CJ the ground they had lost. These fan made of rough paper to blow the must come, find no substantiation In Ilrook ltfTfilt, 2:lfiJ. aim of Hilly llurk SNawbar I.mly counter attackH were repeated time charcoal fires with or to use as a ofllctal circles. Zarrine 2:071. Hetty Hmwk 2:VJr. Hinma ilrook i i v 1..1--- ' Ilcport8 to tho department showed IMtltrw 2:10. Nutter llrimV 2.10,. Silent llrigade (2)2:101. Margaret llathgate am! again all through the nljht, at dustpan. hours On the fortieth anniversary ot their that within the past twenty-fou- r (II 2 11 J. rid. Sir! iUiii (if Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc Ilia ilam, Jenny vnrlous points along tho line. WAY up. . of Western North The German attempts to throw marriage, Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Njc saw mllltla units of Maryland, Wisconsin, Clay. hUo pr.xlucrj IteJIie Clay anil wu grundam of 1'iur 21l. Carolir.a are. He and attractive resorts Moko 'ill7. slriyif Fvno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Uremia back the French at llardencourt failed their four children married at Shen- Missouri. Kansas nnd Pennsylvania hae entrained for the border, and It of Ashsville, Sir.:!: T.I;ir3tatn, Hendersonville, BreYorke (3) 2K. (Futurity winner) (5) 2sMl, Native Helle (2) 2:07i (Futurity utterly tinder the French, barrage fire andoah, la. fire, tho Germans, after losA process has been Invented In Kng- is estimated that before the end ol vard, Lake To::av. -- , Caluda, Wcynesville, (Lake winner) ! 2WJ (champion (Futurity win and rifle Manrico'lS) ing heavll. etreating In disorder. In land for coloring wool various khaki the week at least 25,000 guardsmen ner.) Stiver Silk (t) 28J. Susie N. (8) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. Junaluska), Flat 'Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. the course of these vain efforts to and orange shades with dilute nitric will be on duty along the InternationMnM2!10i, Meehe.ter 2:101, Miimnater 2:11. Slllkii (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) check the French advance, tho GerTho reports Indicato Spend your vaccticn at on; cf these cool and delightful acid without the use or natural or al boundary. etc. Sireil ilama of The llarvetr 2:01 (chainpion trottinu stallion.) Vito (t) mans lost 200 prisoners. that the mobilization Is proceeding places or at Tats Sprinc, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion artificial dyes, Martha Tipton (t) O'N'ell (S) 2:131. etc. Ilrolher to llumw 2:03 2101. now without a hitch. tickets arc on sale dully, good until October 31st, via South of the Sonime the French reThe government of India will extend llaron I). 2:10. etc. Tho circumstances connected with pulsed a number of determined counVlmtlfHury fin- Ci" Cocfrnc-- . at Btack Freefe! Its wireless system until every army the drowning of two members ot the tcunta:.-- . 'Uliw Crut au Wayne wi.i. C. I'rla JanaltuVa.) Ilteucher tillfW, record 2yj, trial milo 2:llf. half in 1;(K. IH quarter in ter attacks, maintained theif new po- post has a station In tho charge of a New York national guard, en route to $P Si aeeoniU, Is a harKliomo aeal brown hore, anil will weih 11(h) iioumla. He sitions In their entirety, and In tak- trained ofScer. v havo been officially reportthe border greatly reaemblea hla cood aire Silent Ilrook and la out of Clnyo. liy the great ing the village of Curtu. the quarry Despite the war, tho number ot au ed to the deartment through General VJ Futurity aire Mnko. east of the village, tho village of Frlse tomobiles licensed hi Canada showed Leonard Wood by the commanding ofForeign Ueinaml haa exhauatril the aupply and we may exuct lietter and the Slereaucourt wood, still furth- a great advance In 191)1 over the fig- ficer of tho Second battalion ot tho Stop-over- s allowed ut i..i ..oints. Three special Low Fare prle for our horse In the future. Our odvice to mare owner U to hreed their er east, obtained a footing In .the sec- ures for tho previous year. Fourteenth New York regiment. Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. ond German lino of defense. in area and to bre) them ti otalliuna of merit Km! proven worh aa aired, illeuch Tho officer states that tho troop Tho negro population of the United For full Information ttc Ticket Ajent, Southern Railway, or write, Drltish Push Offensive. er ia Juit the type to prmlucn the colt a that will aupply the demur!. Hla colta States Is approximately 12,000,000, the train was delayed and the men perB. II. Todd, DStriet Pajscnjer Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. have proven line, with nice head and neej: anil plenty of hone and contnnmition. On tho llrltlsh section or tho front largest part (probably 10,000,000) be- mitted to detrain at Jerome, Mo. Those Thit great trotting Stallion will make the season ot 1910 at my stable in' the advancing troops pushed beyond ing lu the southern states. claiming to be able to swim were alFrlcoiirt for aorao distance and are Lancaster, Kentucky, at Union college claims the distinc- lowed to bathe In tho Casconude river. continuing their progress be)ond I.n Louis Kcitz and Robert K. Daloy, both ltolsselle In spite of stubborn resist- tion of the 'oldest living graduate' of Co. II, were drowned and th':?. for Stephen K. Williams, of thu class ance. bqlles wero not recovered. The comof 1937. living In Newark, X. J. Earlier reports to the effect that manding officer left word with the The largest volcano crater In the .coroner wero suffering comparativethe allies at Jen me ai to the disposily small losses, are .corroborated by world Is In Asosan In southern Japan. tion of the bodies !f recovered. Diaw A It measures fourteen miles across one the omclal coinmunlquo Issued In way Announcement was, made at the wan 8 fe-f-L and more than ten miles the department I'arls, which attributes the smallness air" Infantry and that will alio stand this beautiful Shet ot tho French losses to the complete other. li regiments of the o, stnl'.el for the money you ove and A mosque composed almost entirely tla are, being equipped with automatic n V'7 land .Stallion for tho season of 1'Jlt! at and efllracloua artillery preparation Vj and to tho Infantry. The attacking ot reinforced concrete, nearly nil the machine guns. The Jxwls machine inotenow much more res- my atable In Lancaster, Ky.. at troops have captured somo cannon materials ot American origin, is be- gun, which has proien so valuable In 'i I pectfully your creditors re- and a large quantity ot other war ma- ing built in the Federated Malay tho F.uropean war, Ib being issued in states. terial. y Sard you. They like to do $10. To Insure A Living CoIt. addition to the Maxim automatic ma More 'than 10,000 miles of maradam chine gun' with which the regular Tho rapture of an Important Aus-- ( i business with a man who west of Kotomea, near roads havo been ordered built In troops aro now supplied. I am ireianil to take care of mares trln n position has an account at the These machine guns will be trans-- , tho, foothills of the Carpathians! Is Afghanistan since the ruler of that Lien on grans at 10 cent a liny. announced In an official statement Is- country became the owner of an auto ported In automobiles Insfad of irk LJtPT" Garrard" Bank & Trusl Co. mules In order to test out the comsued by the Itusslan war deliartment. mobile. on colta for service fee. tahieil According to reports from Skagway, parative merits of tho two type o' positions wero taken by storm Tho like way. Better They know he is doing business in a bush-es- s The new equipment a furious encounter. About two Alaska, shipments are being inade transportation. open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. They Money due when mare la traded or parted with. Cain taken to prevent after thousand prisoners havo already been from largo deiioslts of ruagnosite in will be furnished tho regiments after will grow all right. accidents but not responsible should any occur. These, nc- - that locality as a result of the Huro- - arrival In the southern' department. taken by tho Husslans. cordlng to tho omclal statement, were pean war. & members of fresh bodies of troops ItussU has oxtended to Sept. 1. the JUMPS IN RIVEFFIVE DROWN tgnw'iiTvaxc which had been concentrated In tha date for rinsing Its International com Explosion on oppose the petition Lancaster, Ky. Carpathian region to the foothills Itus- utilizationforof Inventionsforfor Industrial Frightened by Seek to Escape. Yacht Phone 95. . Victims un slan advance along alcohol, which large north In the direction ot Stntilslau, money prizes aro oflered. Philadelphia. July 3. Tearlhe th Tho IlU8slans are making every Italian engineers have reported en bottom out of the steam yacht to capturo Stanlslau, as by doing I tirely feaslbto a proposed tunnel from "a boiler explosion causee Hie so they will compol (ho retreat of the Wni m th.. i.inml ..f u,in which death by drowning of live personr. In i .usiro-iiennaarmy aiong tno strj-pwill bo two miles fong and lu places the Delaware river near I'eim's Grove which Is defending Imberg. twenty-seveN. J. Eight other occupants of the feet beneath the sea. Dospcrato attacks In Volhynla be A French company has obtained yacht are not yet accounted for, and tween tho Styr Stokhod In tho Is Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands hl(jh gion of Klsellnand being made re possession of an island In the South It Thefeared they also M'tcbell, R. by aro dead aro: Alfred Is believed to contain 10, l'aciflc i Odslvra Peuuiark. Germans, but, according to the OOO.UOO that the . Rax ia4imaik !8 phosphate K. Fox, William llradley. Chester IV tons ot I Jlare tijr mar oltbe statement, no progress has Itusslan mi and many more million tons ot Inferior doult and nil unidentified fireman. r been made. (ilb.-towAll tho victims hailed from Rlaak (iUlrrelW. cn Along the south coast of .the lllack quality. to I X. J. There were (ttcntj-sevci- i jfj Mark )IW us Mara br Old Hlu The two floors at tho top of ono o aboard tho yacht. The five dead mc sea In tho Caucasus region, tho I!us- FHOM w orK8 "lost mouorn notois, are slans cniittired a chain of fortified eight missing lumped Into the IM. ( Mmilro. entirely to tho use of the and the l mountains from tho Turks, nccordlng, Bl,en rlvor when the drill Uu.v 1TW I Mtfllle M bf Aarloil reutilug tu tho Itusslan statement. nmi io lounu The others remained in tl:i sh J lou.W o l(mu bii raw Ad earlier Itusslan slatement con-- roalrooms, a swimming iol and com- - which did not sink for an hour ( Ilillnlll Chlettalii W. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES tl.- 1IM tains reportB of German and Austrian 'onume living quarters. picked up by another bout. i.Jiarv u) ........... I .mil. nun JUNCTION CITY SOS A. M. An EnglUh scientist who haa Imen renulsea in Vnlhvnlu. Tlits stntemen. by lreiinon 1th iUm nlso announcos that a Itusslan dntncli. InveatUatlng the oil bearing deposits Firecrackers Injures Eyes. C. D. HARBEKSON, Ticket Agent bv tho nedigreo that this horse belongs to a family of'ment of sovoral cruisers and torpedo lof Nw ""'"w has found evidences li iuii South Ilend, Ind July 1 pi'iroiuuiu extending over an area in Hadaker, age twelve. tpnm of champions Ilia sire. Ilex McDonald being tho world's champion of champions. boats were ottackeil lu the Ilaltlo sea. of 1.S04 squaro miles, and has recomJUNCTION CITY, KY. near the Swedish coast by n flotlllu Daggett, was bunieil aboat th, On his dam's sido ho traces to Moutroio who was champion for eighteen boats and sulml8 mended immediate development. fiofa" face and hesd and his oyes wim Inshoulders anfl withers that I havo ever feen. the finest The largest turblno In the woild Is Xdl.HK.ne. ..tort back. His neck, head and ear. are In the right place, shown ut tho Waterside station of the jured when he stoo(ied down to ir just as It explod . Xew York Kdlson company. It weighs amine a firecracker He also litis me uest snouiuer muuuii mm nuia. auwn Jjl(u wthout o8!( caught fire, but oampnii-Ion975,000 pounds'. The engine makes ed. Ills hair bucket of stable. ever had In water ovtr his threw a 1,500 revolutions a minute, uml is alTwo Meet Death In Auto. KKX Mcl). is u show horse In harness as well as under the saddle. You most noiseless when going at full head. He will Itockvtlle Center. L. I., July 3. can not innke a mistake in breeding; jour good mares to thii horse. speed. Prohibition Bill Passed. Racing along the Merrick road at a make the season Two Republicans and two DemoI'etrograd. July 3. The duma has speed of sixty miles an hour, a big crats voted at tho primaries in Itusli A Living Colt. To Insure At tearing car crashed Into u tree at the township, I'emi., and the bill ot ex passtvl the bill permanently prohibit OF LANCASTER. Flvo Corners, In Lynn Ilrook, I., penses lor tne nay wan I5r.ro, or ing the sale of drink conUinlin; more I will also stand my walking stallion, alcohol. r cel1' hurling two of the tlvo men who oc $12.80 a vote. The normal general than lit The It to their death. A.thlrd was election vote In tho township Is msavsure mnat pe Htwa4 y Uio Cupflul Injured, while the two otheni twelve. Three of those who voted hoawe awl lael b tlw oiMtrot- GAY becouilng a law. vre members of the election beard. A. It JENNY, I'resldent stallions in Ken. I'KINCK ALliEUT, one of tho best CLYDKSJMLB STOHMES. Vice Frea't, J. tucky will nlso mako the season at mv barns at the low price of $10.00 to inS. C. DENNY. CaBhler. to for mule mares and farm horses. sure a livinK colt. This Is the kind to breed IL T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. U UlLL, good JACKS at , At the same lime and place will also stand two extra season $10.00 each to Insure living colts. All this stock will mako the present Jefferson "School jy" Law. l at my fym near Faint Lick, Ky. Safety Deposit Boxes For Mares will be kept on gtat at reasonable rat.es and every care taken to COXrtVTK TWO YKAKlXJt lUifi. . will not be respotuible should any occur. WE SOLICIT YOUtt IJUSINESS. prevent accidents, but Ik t S. Ik I f Li- U. h lavr Stop At The ALLIES SMASH GERMAN : DRIBP DISPATCHES a LINES 4aa44 V AVAfliTiun lAnon UVYfllllilU IfUIIU Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F Gait House When In Louisville. FOR Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. $1 PER wnte,r-coo!e- .rfmm J. BLEUCHER 46158. r Albett-l'eronn- a Car-ranz- a o u !; i.. Jr s Sriai I u - !4. ;,.. "!'. IN-- exci-eile- s Ht :. ui.-aitai- 2.-0- ... 73suirrC.-.-iircfthe5iUt- $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt Barlowe. 1 cav-air- 1 wiMn a Vi RBP riinrrinii Check ' fS W. B. BURTON, The Garrarc Bank Trust Company IleP-bir- REX McD. 6597 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION i CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, J uly high-grad- 9th lili . ,"'' explojlon-o.-cenvi- 1.50 ROUND TRIP Junction City . , ' i ... "K s ' $20.00 THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. a Surplus $30,000. 1 BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt gS :r-- mr o I)ook-Kep- The Cenzr-a- Record Kentucky. Rent - 11 N. Pbini-Pu- W. ROGERS. $1.00 Per Year In Advance. rpa itu aaaaaai ia UkrritasL I Bil . Mctt littli I Hurrail, U' II 1'UOtott t li'li. If kU4Cl lf Samual D. Cochran, Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'osey, J, E. L. Gill. Dr, W. M. Elliott. Directors. 'Dl Utk Eictioie.. Point Lick, Kentucky. Lancaster, ElJjarr FLVMIiKtR, Socr, Ltunillt, Kr. The Central Record, Thursday July 6, 916. 1 v 7 Commences Saturday, JULY 8th, - - Closes July 31st, 1916. Not withstanding the large increase in prices of all kinds of Merchandise, we are starting our July Clearance Sale, as our stock is entirely to large for this time of the year and we positively will not take a chance on carrying goods over from one season to another. We are therefore cutting the prices on all Men's and Boys Clothing, all Low Cut Shoes, Straw Hats, Summer Underwear and many other articles. Now Is The Time To Get Your Summer Outfit At Low Cut Prices, MENS $10.00 SUITS MENS NOW $8.25 MENS MENS $12.50 SUITS NOW $9.75 MENS MENS -- $15.00 SUITS NOW $12.75 $18.00 SUITS NOW $13.75 CUTS NOW s $20.00 SUITS NOW $15.75 CUTS NOW $22.50SUITS NOW $17.75 CUTS NOW ALL S3.50 LOW $2.95 j ALL $4.00 LOW $3.25 ALL $5,00 LOW i $3.95 j All Boys Clothing Ladies' Low-Cu- ts bd.&li 13811 u3S!l wear Reduced. Reduced. Reduced. Come early and get your fit while we have the sizes and you can get a good selection. All i Straw Hats Reduced. a All Summer Under- - - HOUSE OF QUALITY. 0 000$ JAS. W. SMITH, SONS CRITICAL DATES IN UNITED STATE 8 CLASH WITH MEXICO. Starch 9. villa raided Columbus, N. It. March li. American punitive expedition entered Mexico below March li. Colonel Dodd'a famous "flying column" entered Mexico March S. Vllllstaa murdered three Americana and two other foreigners us MInaca and Guerrero. Colonel Krwln'a deMarch 29. tachment routed Vllllatas at San Oeronlmo, killing sixty. Four American aoldlera wounded. April X. Colonel Urown'a detachment defeated Vllllitas at Aguas Callentea, killing thirty. April of three Mexican towns ambuah Howse's detachment, killing one American trooper and, wounding- - two. April 12. Parral cltliena and Carranza aoldlers attacked Major Tompkins' detachment, killing two Americans and wounding alx. Americans killed forty Mexicans. 'April 11 Carrunza rciut-atewithdrawal of American expedition. April 1L Mijor Ilowxo arid his detachment reach fartheat point south of any American troops. In sight Duntngo line. April zi Uodd scattered VIllls-ta- x at Temochlr, killing at leaat two and wounding .four. April 53. Oarrania General Obre-go- n and American General Scott organ conference at HI Pato. May i. Ilandlta raided Glenn Springe, Tx-- . killing four Americana MnV 10. Major l.anghorno'a cav. airy squadron entered Mexico south of Marathon. Tex. May ll Kl I'aro Obregon-Scot- t conference concluded without formal agreement June H. Prealdent Wllaon ordered mobilization of national guard. June M. American note replying to Carranaa's demand for withdrawal of American forces dispatched refusing withdrawal and threatening Carronra with "gTave conaequencee." Jupo H. Troopers of the Tenth United titatea cuvalry ambuahed near CarrlzaL Twelve American soldiers were killed and seventeen, captured. Six IN MANY LANCASTER, TAKE NOTICE. , KY. FAIR DATES. I FARMER'S COLUMN fjee Straw hats at Ratson & Wests, lets than cost. States. Alaska and nineteen states of .Union produce copper. Copper-Producin- ARMIES. I 1 I 1 IN II I III I II 1-- t HUNTERS KENTUCKY tie i and li lot I Wisdom Cannot Always Save. things 00 I Superior wisdom xiaiaand tbe doesn't save a arra. M .lb turner cannot afford to adier. man. A weather prophet catches cold flee. No notice will be accepted oter lour line, and will beoulrlu two jaiuee ol the jas often as anybody else. . icoao, tree of charge Dessert Spoon's Lament. Work shirts and overalls at old prices "I think lt'n real meant" sobbed the 13 at son & West. I Dessert Spoon. "Hero they're going Sam Cotton lias two good milk cows to haro rice pudding for dinner to night, and I've gut to go upstairs tc for sale. oil. Ugh " ,glvo Jack his cod-live- r woik mules. FOK SALE-Tea- m tMie W. Etes. Excellent Reason. Another reason why one child Is hundred head of cot enovrh ;or a family 13 that when FOR SALE-O- ne One and two It crows p tho father has two bosses good mountain ewes. In (he fam:ly and tho mother and the R. E. Henry, "ears old. kid havj aono. Houston Post. Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE-- A Miller McCormlck. nice Duroc R F D 2. m of oar farmer sabicrlbtri, luch Ml ol etock, below thli tieifiiDfH foi la. eieln-It- s llachlta. March 57. Villa reported ed at Guerrero. bound- Making Use of Cigar Ashes. j I Cigar BBlies can bo used to cover ' Brom cultivator, good as vp nicks or scratches In piano caaes Fob Sale ' or other flno wood surfaces. Fill up new. Price reasonable. S. II. Estes. tho scratch to bo repaired with the ashes and polish well. FOR SALE A nice four year old driving horse. Apply to W. F. Crous-hor- n Finest Geysers Are In America. on Crab Orchard pike, Route 2. 'Considerable geysers are found In Yellowstone park, ' FOR SALE.-- 20 gocd, fresh milk only three places Zealand. Those In Iceland and New cows, also 20 yearling, two year old our own "wonderland are tho finest In Walton E. moss. jtrsey heifers. the world. Tom Ray, of Sycamore Valley, has Trlpolltan Exports. for sale, three cows with young calves A fifth of tho export trado of Tripoli and three sows and pigs. Alljgoodones. Is In sponges and a third In esparto v sorrel ET&SS. n U'lrv flrtiprt nrnilitft xirhlrfi la FOR SALE: One, 'sent liu.lnrge quantities to England. pony, well- broke; also one yearling wnerc it - lined in papcrniaklng. pony. Will sell cheap. Miss Anna Oelle Hurnslde. j Starting Trouble. Tho Salvation Army now plans to good bull. An extra WANTED becomo a great matrimonial bureau! E. C. McWhorter. I'aint Lick, Kjr. where before it was auppc 1 to help' I tho unfortunate. l'lttsnur.A Dispatch. Rood yearling FOR SALE-Th- ree bull calves. J H Thompson, Preach-ersville. boar. j Tarnished Sliver. Almost anything may happen now. Tarnished silver Is easily cleaned A Detroit pedestrian, saying that It powacrea waiting mixed to a Was his own fault, apologized to the wun 7 boys. V. F. Drickey driver of the automobile that struck paste with ammonia and water. Hub tbe paste on with one leather and Iiuena Vista, Ky. him. Minneapolis Journal. have another leather to polish It off tain. 300 first vtar, young mountain sheep Provides Against Escaping Css. for sale. E. si. Mcwnorter ami J. u. To Dormlt escana from steam nr tax Woods.. Paint Lick. Ky. Danger In Street Car Riding. tilled rooms In emergencies a water- Physicians have decided that sevaeai oxii uas been invented, a tank Tablecloth Had Kick Coming. tilled with water being Installed be- eral forms of nervous diseases, some"I was very much disappointed at wall extending Into times dangerously severe, can be dinner last night." said the Tablecloth. neath the floor, a the water preventing the passage ol caused by persons standing up and "1 simply love currant Jelly, and noholding straps while riding In street steam or gas. body spilled a bit of it on me." cars. Food Variety. Impressed Lesson on Him. It is a fact that the "What did your father whip you for - asked one small boy of body demands variety,' and each tost night?another. "Oh, we had an argument meal should ba planned to Include one (protein) food, one or bout my Sunday school lesson, and be was trying to prove to ma that the two starch (carbohydrate) foods, one bulky food, and one mineral food, one whale actually did swallow old man .Tnt, and one liquid. Jaaai." nt musole-maklng ho-ua- n ' WANTED-- To rent a small farm that can be cultivated with 3 horses and Dazed. tbe light from them hasn't reached us yeL lint It will arrive eventually." "Remind me of my hired man coming from the post office," commented Farmer Heck. Long Time Arriving. "Some stare aro so far away that This Agreement Witnrsseth; in order to protect the game on our far as reported. for a tirriod of three vpara u-- i t t,. .i ,..i ,n , J. , , iiu iJirrun);, juiy ly uaya. j uinu ourselves not to nuni toereon, nor . Winchester, Julv M- -4 -T j permit anybody else to do so. and w ' Harrodsburtf, July 23 1 days. L I furlhm- - airri. tn nmsnitn dill. I Taylorsvllle, Auguat days. f f Mnce all persons who violate the me Henderson, August 1 -- S days. of Kentucky or trespass upon our Dnnville, Augusts 3 days. Ilawa for the purpoa (hunting. Ann! Ilerea. August days. ue further agree U. 'act as Deputy t lllue Grass Pair, Lexington, August Affect Grain and Forage Crops and Game Wardens for the purxe of car 4 Create Great Annual Loss. rvini; out this agreement. Kxcept each Uniontown, August 8 5 days. Smuts uffvrtlug grain and forage of us have the right to kill rabbits on Kern Creek Pair, iluechvl, August 9 ' crops luitKO nti annual lost to Kansas our .'arms or permit it tn be done by -- 4 days. farmers of millions of dollars, accord-lu- g another under our supervision, or the Mt. Vernon, August U 3 days. to n KaiiRMs agricultural uxirl-meu- t supervision of some responsible and llurkesville, August !) - I days. stattou bulletin by U II. Mclcbers, reliable person selec'ed by us. l'erryville, August 9- -3 days. asslttaut plant pathologist. Thu estiLawrrnreburg, August 154 days. This November l$lh, 191G. mated loss for ltil I alone was nearly It. I F.lkin. Ppepherdsville, August 154 days. J. P.. Itobinson. $S,00),0IO. Owenaboro, August 15 Gduys. v W. II. Ilrown. Jno. M. Farra, - common The most and serious Uiodliead, August 103 days. 11. liurton. Alex Walker, affecting tho grain and forago W. Tri County Pair, Sanders, August 10 T. A; Klkin, , crops of Kanras are tbo so called Haaelden Ilros., 4 days. ' P. M. Tinder. stnutH, wlnts out Mr- - Melchcrs. These J. li. Dalton, Ewing, August 17- -3 days. Logan Hubble, diseases are tnoro or less familiar to John I!. Smith. Knights of Pythias pair, Stanford. .1. N. Kss, G. Al. Deshnn, August 23- -3 days. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox. Columbia, AuguH 2- 2- I days. Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweeney, Frankfort. August 294 days. Withers Ilros, W. M. Mahnn. Ilardstown, August 294 davs. ' William, Marcus and Jim While. 'Nicho'asville. August 29- -3 days. II. P. Wilmot, J. U. Pope, 1'eniiyruyal Pair. IlunkTnsville. Auc- aeroplane (light Mrs. David Chenault, uat 29 5 days. Krtd J. Conn, J, tV". Kimore, I . it. Iook, Culture's Climax, Kllzabethtown. August 29- -3 davs. ! T. C Uankin. iiuuinau uros, Ilnrboursville, August 303 days. Tublle health work." says Dr. W. T. I Bedgwlck Sain Cotton, Wrn. G. Anderson. of Itoston. "should not bo left to every Tboiaas, Richard nnd T. M. Arnold, Jr. W..11. Mois Henry." Jno.'AL White. IK. E. Henry. A. D. Ilradahaw, Ilright Herring, i ' Bees In a Clubroom. It. L. Darker. To show how easily bees may bo I jiuiiuicm, eapcri lurucu iocjbo lu.vw or i them In woman's clubroom In Clove-- i North-hounland. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, To Wind Yarn Unaided. T daily 4:30 a.m i-Wo all know that It U dllllcult to J. No. 4 Spewind wool or yarn of any klud If there cial, dally 0:03 n.m. Is no ono-t- o bold tho skein. Tu overTrain Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. No. 28 Uluo Grass Special, come this dllllculty put two llatlrona dally except Sun...(S:08 n.m, ou the tablo a sulllclcnt distance apart. AMIIVE. No. 14 Carolina Special, to allow tbo wool to be tightly stretch- daily . . . A cd. TbU will answer Just us well as 7:00 a!m To Maysvilie, lonneitirg at Itlcr.rr.on No. 0 Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. one 01"' holding- the-- skelu with I. & N to Frankfort & Louiiville; No. i Limited, No 71; 8:35 a. m. daily 5:20 p.m. To Rowland Si Stanford connecting No. 12 Royal Palm, dully.. 5:37 p.m. QUAINT PARASOLS. autrr or oats. South-bounat Itowland, I, & N to all points South No. C L o c a I Express, nJost farmers, since tuey occur In all Tbo summer season will be conNo 28; 11:04 a. m. parts of the statu wherever such cropi dally spicuous fur tbe novelty and ll:D5a.m.' To Richmond, connecting with L A No. 11 Royal Tnlm, dally-U:a wheat, barley, oats, com, sorghum charm of lu purasola. Among 20 n.m. and millet are grown. tbo novelties wu may expect will Their Im- N to Irvine & Heatty ville. Lexington No. 1 New Orleans Llm- portance lu the legions where suscep- & Cincinnati, Allddlesboro ij Knoxville. to sunshades of all kinds uf Red, daily . . 11:35 a.m. tible crops uru ratted la not generally lueer and jualnt and unusual No. 13 Carolina Special, No 70; 11:60 lu m. shupes. many of them bating known, but tbe loss sustained la enorlolly 10:15 p.m, To Richmond, connecting with fast mous when carefully estimated. ColstlilH that rutlUte from tbe ' No. 3 Spe- sticks. Stripes will be a great lectively they total millions of dollars train to Cincinnati. clal, dally feature, whether the parasol bo 11:35 p.m. to the entire slaty, and Individually No 27; 2:00 p.-- m. " No. 9 P dome Hbaped or pagoda shaped. they appreciably reduce the farmers' Spe- To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Many of them will be copied margin of profits. clal, dally . . ..Ml:52 n.m: from theuushedes of our grandTho smut los lu 1014 was divided at Junction to Eiizabethtown & bowling No. 27 Blue Grass fine- mothers. whlcL were covered Green, and at Ilardstown Junction ' to follows: Wheat, (3.022,873; corn, clal, daily except with multitude of miniature oats, $1,422,423; barley, ISO,-07- Darditown & Springfield. Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. frills. Kaffir. S392.7C0; broom com, $1Z,-04- 3, No 9; B:42 p. m. For rates, routes and Information and millet, 112.070. To Stanford, connecting with fait call upon er address M. J. Couirhlln. gent; 'phons 346. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Nationalise Share In Distribution cf a Large Estate. SlTi nationalities American. French. German, Russian, Italian and LiislUii will llKlirtJ lu the dlitrlbutlon t.r uf Mrs. Lluuuur IC O'Connor who died lu Parts JIurcii II last. ,. elghtyHvu year- Mrs. O'Connor old at the tune or her ilentli Mie wan born In Uar.liury, Ouu.; went lo Call fnrnla Ith ber father. wbo nus forty-ninettud after the diMtli of ber husband In 1ST.1 went to Parts nltb her flve daughters, wbu inarrfcd ucutlciuvu of tlve dlOTciviit Euroi)en countries. The soif, John I. K. O'Conuor, Urea lu New York. 'the lire daughters mentioned In Mrs O'Connor's will, which has been filed for probate, are Mrs, KUIe Vallette. j wife of Colonel Vnllette. now In the French army with bU on; 11 n. Mar-care- t Camblneglo, whose husband was a member of the Italian foreign office J at Karlsruhe. Germany, and Is now connected with the Italian army; .Mrs. Sara K. Grlllln. wife of a physician ) living at Wimbledon, England; Mrs Fannlo Krurupcl. wife of Rudolph Krutnpc! of Moscow, a colonel In the Russian nnny, and Agnes Kllpfel. who died recently lu Mucnster. Germany. IU-- r husband Is-- In the German army, and their wni was recently killed In an Farm and I Garden j. ................,..d Trw following are the dates fixed for That holding the Kentucky fairs for 1910 as T . J. ' lands dJ. 14 23 1 - Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. Time Table.' oooooooooooooooooo VST i ii V lorlda 4 ooooooooooooaoooou I lziH