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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 13, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916071301_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 13, 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. I THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUO10S, UN1ARN1SHEI) DEMOCRACi AND GOOD UOVERNMENt TWENTV SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 13. 1916. natal NUMBKR 15. Hand Us That $. Pi HUGHES. HOW HELM HAS UPHELD 3 Perfection and Blue Belle I OIL STOVES i Majestic Ranges. The best made. All kinds of cooking utensils Miss Polly Hughes died nt Marks-bur- g FOR SALE. on Monday morning. THE HANDS OF THE Sho was an aunt of the Into Will'am Hughes and Ilex Theatre and (nrae of Mrs. katherin Atdrldge. She win 7.13-4- 1 kI L. K. Iferron. PRESIDENT. born In Lincoln county nlnty years ngo and had lived there most of her DISTRICT GAME WARDEN. life, hut was making her home with An Inspection of the Congri ssional Samuel J, Embry of Stanford hss Mr. Aimer Hughes at the lime of her Record shows that Mr. Helm deserted tlifl President and the Democrat been appointed (.nine Watden tor the death. ic majority of Congress upon several district composed of the counties of LOCATESAT BUCKEYE of thn most vital matters which have Casey, Lincoln, Doyle anil (inrrard. Dr. J. E. Edwards of Mays Lick, neen iieiore congress In recent years. Mason County, and a graduate of the matters which were, salient features of PLACE YOUR 0!BDER i 'I3i FOR A its GOOD FARM FOR SALE. IfCORMACK AND THOS MOWERS Thomas Rakes. We carry everything to be found in a Hardware Store. G3 attention Is called to the ad vertlaement in this Issue of the sale of the W. II Dean farm In Jessamine county. This farm of C90 acres Is one of the best producing and best im proved places In Central Kentucky. Your class or 191G1 at the University of Louis villu has decided to take up the prac-o- f Medecine at Buckeye, and moved there with his wife this week. Dr. Edwards graduated with high honors In bis class and recently passed his State Hoard Examinations. WALTON HUGHES first-class TO TRAVEL. PUBLICITY HEAD. Your account is due. Please call and settle. la All kinds of Fishing Tackle uml Hnsc Doll Goods. Chsrles E. Hughes probably willopen his active Presidential campaign th second week In August with a 7,000 mile trip to tin- - Pacific Coast and I turn. The nominee Is considering .1 itinerary that will provide for a dozi set speeches. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. s S3 PRICE APPOINTED. Col W. P. Walton, former Editor of the Interior Journal, the Lexington Democrat and the Frankfort State Journal, has been appointed Chairman of the Publicity Bureau for the Democratic State Campatn. Col Walton's wide experience as an editor, and the fact that he served) in the same capacity under Chairman Camden, makes him a valuaale man for this Important 2 SPANISH UJ CO CAKE. RAISIN POUND. CO SOMETHING NICE FOR 2 D CO BREAKFAST. hy, yes, ma'ktn, litre it ume splendid bacon. It i wonderfully toothsome, mild, sweet and as healthful as anything you could eat. NO MA'AM it lan't just the name at the rest Quite a bit different. This llacon started to fce Rood before it was Bacon, the breeding you know, then the feeding. Cured more carefully than most Bacons, too. Keally, w don't think you will be able to find anything anywhere QUITE so nice for breakfast. 30c ts a pound sliced. V UJ -- 2 J Q O o UJ CO C UJ Theo G Currey. IAJ. See Border of "Ad" for Nantes of Cakes. co'XIflHd 3103HO 'O.LSI Hd3 3LIE DE3 G EH We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or graincrles. Come see us. EIORE & Lancaster, Lrn ' r HOPPER ' it Kentucky. ir ujrvyrirv-- i .tjoututj III PAINT! PAINT! Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. The record shows that Mr. Helm DID NOT VOTE on this bill. Every other democrat from Kentucky voted for it except Sherley, of Louisville. where there is a larf,e foreign popul tion, and who voted against it. When the bill to repeal a provision of the Panama Canal lolls act exempt The act passed by the last session of ing vessels engaged in coastwise trade UJ WINCHESTER FAIR. the Kentucky Legislature for the pro ot the U. S. form tolls through the The Clark County Fair which will be tection of the fish' In the streams of canal was up, and vigorously urged for passage by President Wood row Wilson, held In Winchester July this State became effective Wednesday inclusiv will be the biggeit exhibition ever held Circular letters have been sent out by where was Mr Helm's vote. Every Democratic congressman from in the State of Kentucky. Prepara Executive Agent J. Q. Ward to all the tion i are now under way for the ban counties notifying fisherman that it Kentucky except Helm voted for the dlingof the largest crowd that has would be unlawful to catch fish except bill. The record shows the congress ever attended a fair in that city. with rod, line and hook, hand lines, set men from Kentucky who voted against the largest number of horses that has lines or trot lines. Persons attempting this bill, earnestly desired by thePresi ever attended a county fair In the lllu to catch fish by any other means will dent to have been: HELM. Democrat. be subject to n fine of not less than $15 Grass will be on the grounds. LANG LEY, Republican. nor more than J100 for each effense. POWERS. Republican. the new law prthibits the use of And THE REASON WHY. again. When the Anti-Tru- st wing nets, set netsy Seine, trap, tram Whj is it that BATSON & WEST mei net, dip net, or any kind of a net bill, in two acts, was before the house are selling or contrivance that will materially hin and this was one of the very fundamen GOODS SO cheap: der the passage of the fish In any stream tal features of the Democratic platform UtXAUisrJ they buy for CASH and sell In the State. The use of dynamite or and campa.gn for victory in 1912 other forms of explosives in the streams where was the vote of Mr Helm, who for CASH. BECAUSE they take all discounts. is also forbidden under the law. Shoot says he desires to "consis tantly uphold the hands of the President? ur.unuaE. mey nave the lowest rent. ing ot nsh is also prohibited. On both Anti-Trubills, Mr. Harvey BECAUSE they have no clerks to pay, Helm, of the Eighth Kentucky district, ilblAUbb they do their own work. HUGHES. is recorded in the ollicial record, as THAT IS THE REASON. Mr. William Hughes, one of the old NOT VOTING. est and most highly respected citizens 10 say tne least, the present con Ill GOOD STREET FAIR HERE. of Garrard county, passed quietly from gressman from this district seems to have adopted a most unusual and re time to eternity at his home me uuiejonn i.reaier shows or mond Street Monday morning on Kich markable method of "consistently up at seven Street Fair, which was so well patron holding the hands of the President. (tied here last year is showing this o'clock. He had been confined to his bed about two weeks and all that his by his votes upon these measures week on the grounds of A. II. Bastin devoted family and friends could do which the President and the Democratic on Richmond street. The attrantions was ot no avail. majority of both Houses of Congress are strictly rcoral and non sensations lie was born in Garrard county in believed of intense and paramount im ami are clean and wholesome. The IS 10 and in 1S61 he was married to portance to the country that they be snows are interesting to all who at Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbury. He enacted into law, it might almost be tend and are satisfying in all their s survived by his wife and three chil said in the language of the Immortal details. In connection with the shows dren who are. Messrs Edd and Den Ollie James, in talking of a certain Is the famous Grella Hand which is Hughes of this place, and Mrs. J. W. 'statesman", who deserted the Presi giving concerts every afternoon and Acey of Stanford, and a very devoted dent and the majority of his party at a evening on the square. little grand daughter. Miss Delia Rice crucial hour: "Yes; he upheld the Air. i.iuiejonn is an Alabama man, uughes. hands of the President; held them up his home being in Decatur. His is the Mr. Hughes was a man of quiet and might tie them." only attraction of this kind owned and gentle disposition in his home and with so that his enemies Think this over, Mr. Democratic operated in the South by a Southern his friends, and was ever ready to help Voter, when the primary election rolls born man. and being of Southen in sickness and distress. He was around on August 5th. Do you believe , birth and raiaing, he knows just what life long member of the Christian the people of the South wunt, and church. The funeral services were in continuing in office a congressman gives it to them. Littlejchn's greatest conducted at his late residence by Eld who "upholds the hands of the Presi dent" in Buch fashion? pride is in the fact that he has a line of m. under Wednesday morning at attractions that are strictly moral and ten c clock after which interment tooK and as clean and wholesome as anything place in the Lancaster cemetery. GERMAN SUBMARINE ot the kind ever dared to be. Chief-persist- s Joe Price, of Lancaster, who was student In Centre College, has been ap THE MEXICAN SITUATION. pointed to a fine Government position on the Panama canal. Price i acous The Presidents policy of "watchful of Hon. William Jen dngs Price, Mini waiting" has beea fully justified by tl ter to Panama. Ho is well known I developments in th Mexican situation, Danville. Danville Advocate. the troubles with in regard to American forces'ln Mexico will he settled through diplomatic channels of PAINT LICK DEFEATED. the two governments, in due course, rami I.lck again suffered defeat at the President is firm In his stand that the hands of its old rival Whites Sta if the First in our with lion last Saturday by the close score of drawnl, he must show himself able and seven to six. Two garni s are schedjln willing to carry out the work for which fot this Saturday, the first witn Cotton our expedition was sent Into Mexico. burgnd the second with Whites Sta tion. Both at Paint Lick. NEW LAW NOW IN FORCE. position. actment of which has received the nl most unanimous approval and com '.Ma mcndatlon of the people of the nation Congressman Helm claims to have "endeavored to consistently uphold the m . iiBiiua ui inu 1 resiaent. ij When ths great Hanking and Cur- - IE rency act was passed; the act which established Federal Reserve Hanks IS.' nu uiu more 10 place the financial system of this country upon a firm, substantial and permanent basis than bII other currency legislation within half a century, where was the vote of the present Congressman from the Eighth district? The roll call shows that Mr. Helm DID NOT VOTE upon this bill. Every other democrat from Kentucky voted for the bill except Cantrill. who. also is recorded ns not voting upon it When the Immigration bill, designed to exclude a great many illiterate and undesirable foreigrers from making America a breeding place and asylum, for crime, was up for passage in the House, where was Mr. Helm's vote upon this tig measure, advocated by the president? FOR D s automobile Touring 5 Passenger Roadster F. O. B. DETROIT. . $440. $390. Haselden Lancaster. iliQfririTSM'rlJlnMl t Bros., SjrMr!Mji Kentucky 10 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. I I I . -- We are now putting out I 1 1 s I GLEN LILY FLOUR made from NEW WHEAT, The quality is fine and the flour is as good as can be made. We manufacture FLOUR and MEAL using only Garrard County Wheat and Corn, Lets us and make the use of our own products unanimous. co-oper- I I 1 1 in I I f 1 uarrara Mining uo r "MAXIMUM RED" INNER TUBES ARE A PROVED SUCCESS. Come and look them over. 30x3 32x3i 33x4 34x4i $2.60 $3.10 $4.30 $5.50 30x3i 32x4 33x4 35x4i $3.00 $4.20 $4.40 $5.60 MoRoberteS Drug Store Capital $50.000. .A. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. CARD OF THANKS. LANDS AT BALTIMORE.! We wish to thank all those friends Mr. Louis II. HerrniKton who has for their kindness shown us in the loss Makes Trip With Valuable Cargo In Six been at work on the Dix River dam f Aunt Polly Hughes. teen Days. exploit for several years wus at Ken A. D. Hughes and family. ineuy s nun last weeK where a camp The German merchant supersubmar- has already been pitched and work- MULE COLT RING men are now busy drilling the rock ine Deutschland has arrived in Chesato locato the best locution for tho peake Bay. AT STANFORD FAIR. Long expected, ridiculed, fabulous as giant structure. A water gauge was placed in the river just above Kenne Tho K. of P. Fair at Stanford offers the sea serpent or the Flying Dutch dy's Mill In 1U10 and the water an innovation this year in offering a man, she became a realty to the wachflow readings have been taken regu- prize of one hundred and fifty dollars ersoff Cape Henry at exactly 1;20 larly and have been filed in govern- for the best mule colt, but a provision oclock Sunday morning, and soon after ment reports. Engineers and au- of the stake will be that the colt be was slowly making her way through a thorities on water power and electric comes the property of the Fair Assocla network of Inquisitive ships and thru plants have beer, sent out from time tion. Certainly no owner would have the mazes of red tape of the quarantine to time and every Investigation has colt so fine that he would refuse such and customs officials toward her dock proven the plan more feasible. The price for It, and as no entrance fee Is at the pier of the Eastern Forwarding exploit is now assured and the work harged, a large entry list Is expected. Company, Locust Point, Baltimore, of construction awaits only the exact where she arrived Monday. location of the most solid base for The Deutschland made the trip in "TEDDY" ALDRIDGE the dam. Th height of the dam will sixteen eays. She is the largest subbe something over two hundred feet Receives Painful Injuries in Auto Accident marine afloat. The largest German and water will be barked up as far war models are less than 300 feet long. Mr. Thad N. Aldridge, a popular and Due this submarine ot commerce Is 315 ai King's Mill. The plant when completed will furnish power and light well known drummer of Stanford, re- feet feet long, exactly one third the at a great reduction to all the Cen- ceived some very painful Injuries last length of the largest merchant vessels tral Kentucky towns and will facili- Wednesday night, when his car became afloat the Vaterland and the Impcra- tate factory and mill work In that unmanageable and ran olT a bridge. tor. section. Mr. Herrington together. His limb was broken In two places and The boat carried no passengers. Her Harvey and Waller his foot crushed and It la feared he was cargo consists of dyestull a hundred with Messrs. Chenault and a number of other In injured about his head. He was taken tons of them, and many tons of mail. fluential men have been working to- to hit room where he received medics! This keeps her very low In the water gether on this Immense project for aid, later he was removed to the home when riding on the surface. Her draft several years and the fact that such of his parents where everything possi- when she was sighted was 17 feet and men as these should make this large ble Is being done for him. He Is rest- It was largely because of her depth that undertaking a success. Richmond ing easy and his many frlem'i h. ire are she did not try to come to land when hoping for his complete recovery. submerged. THE DIX RIVER DAM. Surplus $50.000. n u does not NECESSARILY make a man well-to-dLook well to your spending. No matter what your salary you will always he poor if your expenditures equal your Income. Bring us regularly part of the money you are in the habit of frittering away on trifles and in a short time you will have a balance of which to be proud. FAT SALARY - (We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. B. F. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r r. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllco Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The Central hecord, Thursday July 13, 1916. DOPESTERS WORK ON 1916 ELECTION, RECALLS WAR OF SUMMER LIOHTNINQ. 1846 W1THMEXIC0 Veteran Tells of Ambush That ; Dr. Win. D. Pryor Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Vole of 1912 Basis For Fig- - at Ilnlnry - Livery Stable. uring on the Results. BOTH Wilson Caused Hostilities, BAYONET CHARGE Loncostcr, Kentucky SIDES SEE VICTORY. FLEO AT A B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optlclat HImim Fitted, 8li.lcllon (ln.r.nlpfd of 8ant Anna's Troops Wouldn't Flaht Received Popular Vol Not a Gun Onslaughts of Americana to 7,604,463 For Taft and or Flag Was Lost During tha Two RooMv.lt, but Ho Got 435 Eltetoral Votes to 96 For RooMv.lt and Taft.! ' Yaara' Struggle Call For 30,000 Was Issued. Nw York' Vote Important. 6,293,019 1 Summer lightning Ii to tako Its loll from the farm houses and barix. Farm II res usually show n marked Increase with the coining of summer, due to tho lightning from thunder. atornn. There nre two ways of meeting the danger- - tho lire pro- tectlon In the way of fire extln- gulshers and farm water sys- terns can le made nileiiunte or the right tyio of a lightning system can be Installed. There nre reputable firms making light- nlng rods that will give protec- tlou, nnd most Insurance compa- nles make n lower rato for farm buildings protected lu this way. Form Progress. rl J J, ,I S. i J $ $, tj Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Faint Lick. John Now is the time to begin your flgur-- 1 Ing on tlio national campaign. Use tho election returns for 1912. Tucro are n number of pcoplo In tho country who Micro that tho events of tho past arc the best guide to the future. Hughes supporters bavo added to- get her tho popular vote received lu 1012 by Taft, and by Iloose- - j veil, 4,110,007, comparing that total, 7,001,403, with the voto that Wilson ro- -' eel red. 0203.010. and summing up tho process with the argument that as Wilsou's vote was 1,311,414 less than j voto four . combined ago, why, a united Itcpubllcnn I slmnlv mine to "walk1 nnrtr this vir supporters oobpoou popular ill. Casey, I). V. II. iuiu nullipara nuu uiwiu nvruuuy ui the electoral collcgo voto lu 1012, with Wilson's 43o compared with 00, tho Veterinary Surgeon. sum of Hoosevelt's 83 and Tnft's 8. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinnry Tho Wilson prophets are, absolutely confident that there's to bo no po"Captain Tboruton, United States College. litical turnover next November such army, marching at the bead of Bevcnty DANVILLE, KENTUCKY as will so depreclato Wilson's strength mon nt thn .w,,r1 il.nmntit. tn Taih, in mo nc electoral college as to gjvo fc ,nt0 nn nnl)uscado of Mcxlcnn reg. UIU1 1133 (UUU .Ul lUlt'S, IUU UUUlUVr necessary to elect a preslJcnt In 1012 ular troops on April 21, 1S10, numberTnft carried Utah and Vermont, each ing between 300 aud 400. After n galwith four electoral votes. Roosevelt lant resistance be was killed, with sixof his command, Michigan, MinneFUNERAL DIRECTOR carried California, South Dakota aud teen memberswere wounded. Tho aud thirty-eigh- t resota, Pennsylvania, Office Over National Hank. Washingtonsix states. Wilson car- mainder of tho force were tnken prisoners. Iu this tight, ns lu that of the t ried forty of tho states. Residence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 other il.iy. It may bo noted that apparAnalysis of Vote. LANCASTER, KY. ently the approximate numbers of the Tako New York state's iopular vote slain and wounded were tho s.imo on In 1012 as a specimen for analysis. both sides. Wilson received 053.475 votes; Taft, It was uli days later wheu tbo Mcxl 453,428; Roosevelt, 300,021; total of cans attacked Fort Brown nnd were Taft and Itoosevelt's vote. 845,400, or repulsed, said Colonel Murphy. On 1S0.074 more than Wilson's vote. Then May 8 General Taylor defeated the come tho questions: "Can half of this Mexican army of Generals Ampudla uumler of voters. 03,000. bo turned and Artstifnt Palo Alto. from the Republican candidate of 1010 to close out at cost. "It Is a noteworthy fact that these to Mr. Wilson? Has the lattcr's popu. battles were fought without n declaralarlty no Increased that In the pivotal tion of war on cither side," continued G. C. COX, Empire State, with Its forty-livclecto. the colonel. "Indeed, no declaration of ral votes. Wilson can be counted upon war was ever mado by either of the to nttract 05,000 more voles thau gave two contending republics." -, OmceHourshim their ballots In 1012?" Thirty Thou. end. Volunteera Called. If Sir. WINon can get 750.000 popu-laThese conflicts were followed by a vote lu New York state, then It M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler would seem that his call for 30,000 volunteers by President Is us sured. Whether Wilson's popularity Polk. More than 05,000 volunteers reDoctors Of Denial Surgery. has Increased and whether there will sponded promptly. As a comparison of tho quotas furnished by each stato bo n lessened Interest In the Hughes Office: Stormci Rnlldlngovet Hart & Aoder candidacy as compared with the Re- with tho present mobilization of tho ou'i nrnlture dtore. publican factional animosities that In- mllltla on President Wilsou's call. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER. spired activity in 1012 will be made these, figures aro given by Colonel Murphy: plain lu November. Alabama, 2,081; .Maryland nnd t Take Wilson's own state of New Jerof Columbia, 1,372; Arkansas, sey for nnalysls. That stato gave Taft 1.271; Florida, 2S0; Missouri, 0,441; 88,835. Roosevelt 145,410 nnd Wilson 17S.2S0. The total was Georgia, 1.0S7; North Carolina, 803; 11 llnols, 3,701; Soutli Carolina, 1.120; New 234,243, or 53.050 more thau Wilson's vote. Wilson partisans In New Jersey iorK, 1,800; Indiana, 4.32U; Ohio, 5,334; aro content to say that the candidate Iowa, 229; New Jersey, 420; Kentucky, 4,091; Louisiana. 7.311; Pennsylvania, whom the state has given to tho Democratic party can easily run up his 1012 2,117; .Michigan. 1,072; Tennessee. 5,304; voto twenty-flvto thirty thousand, Massachusetts, 030; Texas, 7,391; Mississippi, 2,235, nnd Wisconsin, 140. which, with a reduced At that time Mexico had n regular voto duo to lessened party fervor with tho cessation of factional army of 50,000 and had called Into tho Everything for Orchard. Lown and disputing, will mean New Jersey, with Held an additional force, chiefly volunIts fourteen electoral votes, BAfcly car- teers, of nearly 200,000 men. Garden. Colonel .Murphy reviewed tho details ried for Wilson. of somo of the Inter battles to show, ho Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Tho total vote cast in 1012 was said, the tricky net of General Santa of which the Socialists, It is In. of truce and note, H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sonr. terestlng to than 7cast not quite 1.000,-00- Annn Intousing a flagTaylor for thoa mesGeneral per cent. Tho Pro- senger or less of giving his army time to escape hibitionists cast less than 2 per cent of Lexington. Kentucky. the Americans at tho Rancho ltueua the total vote. 1811. 191G Vista. General Scott, too, later found that Santa Anna had violated an armisCONTROL OF THE SENATE. tice of twenty days, fortifying his position nnd his army. Sneak- Terms of Seventeen Democrats and ing of tho flual big battles of that war Fifteen Republicans Expire In 1917. The undersigned hereby eve warn nnd tho taking of tho City of Mexico, Control of the United States Ecnatots Colonel Murphy recalled theso lmprcs ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as another Important matter tho voters sions made upon mm at tho time: "It was no holiday war. It was re w win prosecute all ouenuers to ful will be culled upon to decide nfthe lest extent of - law. Hunters and. polls lu November. Terms of thirty plete with toilsome marches, with blis two senators expire, and both Demo- tering and bleeding feet, through hot Fishermen especially take notice. crats and Republicans aro going to sands under a tropical sun. over lac Ed & N U Price R. L. Elkin make every effort to supplant mem- ged rocks and Miowy mountain range W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. bers where horses and riders perished with of the opposite political party. H. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, The tenators whose terms expire on cold and exposure. It abounded with C. Morgan. J. J. P. llland. nameless tragedies both In bloody fields March 3, 1017. are: Long IJros near mauy n smoking gun and In the J. II. and W. S. Weaver Democrats. J. Uooth Sutton. W. T. West Ashurst of Arizona. Ilrjnn of Flor- deep gloom of fever stricken hospitals V. L Lawson and son. in tunc mcmorablo wnr of two Howard Klnir. ida, Chilton of West Virginia. Culberyears wo fought seventy battles nud Miss Carrie lloulden, J. II. Kigsby. son of Texas, Hitchcock of Nebraska. engagements without the final loss of a j. ij. uiirsuy, John Richardson, Johnson of .Maine, Lea of Tennessee, A. C. Miles, J. U. Woods. Leo of Maryland. Martlno of New Jer- single gun or an American ensign. En gaged always against heavy odds, we M. Farra j. ii. inompson, sey, Myers of .Montana, O'doruian of Jno. 15. L. Kellv. David Steven New York. I'll man of .N'ovmlu, 1'omer-cu- e uoro tuo honor or our great republic Frank Thompson. S. C. Kigsby. of Ohio, Reed of Missouri, Swan-so- triumphantly on our ever advancing . iu mmerson. j. ii, inompson. of Virginia, Taggnrt of Indiana swords and bnyonets. Davis Kltttnn I, m "I mustnot forget to mention that tbo Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar nnd Williams of Mississippi. soldiers of the Mexican armies through. Republican.. i . ij. inompson. w. It. Cummins, out tno wnolo war woro never known Catron of New Mexico. Clann of to stand n sluglo chargo Jerry llland. of bayonets. We will add other names for 25 cent Minnesota, Clark of Wyoming, Dn iwenueii Willi patriotic reflections. t cash. Pont of Delaware, Ln, Follctto of Wis o prouuiy recall mo ract that we consin, Llppltt of Rhode Island. Lodge marched nearly 3,000 miles through tho of Massachusetts, McCumbcr of North country of an enemy alien to us In race Dakota, McLean of Connecticut, Oliver mm language aud performed no net to of Pennsylvania, Page of Vermont. wound tho modesty of women. Tho Polndexter of Washington. Sutherlnnd names or no of Utah, Townscnd of Michigan nnd lighted up our defenseless homestead lino of march, nnd no Works of California. rnniiii nymn or vesper bells were si- jenceu py our coming. "What has been tho result of that Thirteen Lucky For Him. Horn on tho 13t)L tho thirteenth victorious wnr? It acquired for us the l THE proper thing child, a runaway at thirteen ream. vast territories of California, Nevada. for a lady or gentlemarried on 13th, made fortune ln 1013, Loiorauo, new Mexico, juaho, Arizona bought 1.300 acres of laud and his auto ind Utah, thus adding 1,000,000 square man to present nowanumber 1313, Howard Grimes of Ore- tnllcs, or 010,000,000 acres, to the Unit-idays, when making gon thinks 13 his lucky number. States, nearly doubling its area." calls. Those Mexican Names. Another Wy to Rejuvenate Eggs. Come and see what Mexican uumes nro euphonious A Maryland man has found a means In Spanish uro thut nwkwurd when proa beautiful line of of preserving eggs with a substnnco! nounced 08 In English. Tho vowels samples we have and Known as "liquid pctrolutum." which have tho no claims will ropidly penotrnto eggs, lias tho butuo bound us In German. J get our prices for 50 bound of ti strongly ttncu appiieu externa I v. and mnko H, nnd II Is mute. Tho nfeplrnted or more. double It them proof against moisture or bac- Is rolled, and tho double L teria. The preserving substance Is n by the consonant fcotmd of Is followed Y. Tho acmlxturo of hydrocarbons. When cent Is on tho ultimate CENTRAL RECORD properly treated, egg cun bo preserved ends In n consonant, when tho word usually on tho under u normal temperature for uiunv penullmate when ending In u vowel. weeks without deteriorating. Popular Exceptions aro Indicated by use of tho Science Monthly. ucctut mark. I .f. VWlsou ! War between tho United States nnd Mexico In 1SI0 began as tho result of a skirmish similar to the unprovoked attack by Mexicans upon tho detachment of General Pershing's forces. It was recalled by n veteran of the Qrst Mexican war, Coloucl Chnrles J. Murpby of New York, who Is tho youngest survivor of that conflict. Coloucl Murphy also was a stalf odlcvr In the civil war. years On Juno 3 he was eighty-fou- r old. Colonel Murphy, commenting on tho tight at Carrlz.il, said: 'The news of tho tlrst battle In Mcx-th- o tco reminds me that the war with Mcx-year- s co hi lSlO-- commenced tn n similar way on April 21, ISM, nllhough tbcro ws not a formal declaration of war ibg tw mmiltlcat Llko tLc recent light. It was an ambuscade for tho Americans, and similarly the Americans were attacked by superior forces of probably four to one. JOHNSON GRASS A WEED. J. A. Beazlev forty-eigh- Three Brown ManlRy CULTIVATORS Manse,Ky e Peet Should Do Destroyed During the Summer and Fall. Kansas farmers who planted oats containing Jotinvm grass, nn undesirable weed, should destroy the pest this summer or lu the full, ncconlfng to Q. 11 Thompson, speelnllst lu crops. division of extension, Kansas Stale Agricultural college. "Definite records show thnt 50,000 bushels of oats containing Johnson grass coed were planted lu tho stato spring," says Mr. Thompson. "Johnson grass Is n weed pct lc cause of tho large underground root stalks which causo tho plant to spread rapidly nud enable It to live over from year to year. Yet It Is hard to get nnd maintain n stand sutllclently good to make n satisfactory meadow, and In Kansas Johnson gruss Is worth but lit tie for pasture. The largo bunches or clumps of Johnson grass ns they ap r In the fields Interfere with cultl vntlon, prevent gelling uniform stands, sap moisture mnl plant food from ths cultivated crop aud arc n nuisance at harvest time. "If during the early nnd mid part of summer the Johnson grass can It kept short enough to keep the plants In a weak condition comparatively few root stalks that penetrate deep Into the ground will be formed. An oat or n wheat crop serves this purpose quite well. When the Johnson grass Is In this weakened condition, plowing In July or early August will further weaken the plants and will entirely kill many of them. If tho ground then Is given clean cultivation until grass thnt Is not fall nearly all of the killed by the cnltlvntlon will freeze out during the winter. In ense a good deal of tho grass shows up after this midsummer plowing It may be advisable to late fall plow In order to further the roots to freezing." run FARM and Personal Property. As executor of the will of Rebecca J. West and pursuant to sold will probated In June'l915 by the Garrard County Court, I will sell her farm in Garrard County, Kentucky, five miles east of Lancaster, and one mile Trom the station of the L. & N. R. R. at Hyattsvllle, on the KIrksvIlle and Hyattsvllle Turnpike on lat Tuesday Aug. 1st, 1916 at two o'clock P. M., on the premises, rain or shtne, as the said Is made to settle her estate. TERMS: There is iilxmt 283 ncres in sn'ul form, nltont .'ill ncrrs on the rust suit- - of tlic turnpike nlxiiit 153 nctcs on the west side. Snid hind v.i!l Ik- - lirst tilTcml in snid tv.o iniet.s. nnd thru ns n nnd whole, nml the bid or bids will lie accepted, which will teiili7c the moM inonc). snid Innd in he sold hy the ncrc nnd to he survced nnd so paid for and conveyed suhjeci to said survey. Bonds with jjnod security to he required of the purchaser, one half the purchase money to lie due January 1st, 1917 and the other one half iu two bonds or notes of equal amount due and payable, in one nnd two years from January 1st. 1917 nud to lear interest nt (5 per cent ter annum from January 1st 1917. Posession to lc tfiven nnd deed mndc when lirst bond is paid on January 1st. 1917. sredino; privileges given in the fall of 1010. A lien to be retained on snid Innd to secure said bonds nud notes. There is on snid farm n dwelling house with eight rooms and two porches, slock bnrli. crib nud other outbuildings; nlso two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns and n pair of scales, splendid water nnd well wntered, and the land is in n high state of cultivation, one half iu grass. The farm will ho sold first; after which I will nlfo sell five work mules, one brood mare, one mule colt and the farming impleNo household or kitchen furniture to be sold All amounts under twenty-liv- e dolments of nil kinds. lars ensh. Notes with good surety with interest from date due Jnnunry 1st, 1917 for all amounts over twenty five dollars. Marion Johnston, who lives nn the farm, will show it to prospective jniiclia-ers.nn- d Col. I. M. Dunn will act ns auctioneer. 1 How Much Dust In Air? TREES Die-trlc- scientist Is using nn Ingenious new method of ascertaining Just how much dust nnd smoke tho A ribbon of tiller paper is stretched over n small In the side of n hollow brass cylinder, nnd the nlr Is passed through the paper by the Interior of the cylinder. After ii hulf hour's exposure tho ribbon Is nutumiitlrnlly moved on and n fresh surfure exixised. A utmo'-phcr- For further informalion apply to Phone'377. SS?3 rG. B. ROBINSON, Executor, Danville, Ky. Roses, Phlox, Peonies Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, o Republican-Progressiv- e 9 15 Years Old. Only $8,000.00. 1916 $ 16,000.00 pur-Ios- We opened for business July I, '01 POSTED t- Our Capital Paid in then, READ OUR STATEMENT JULY Capital Stock Fully Paid 9 9 9 m o Surplusjand Profits Deposits Due National Banks 13,505.24 Rediscounts Bills.Payable Total Loans Building Cash on Hand and in Banks f 69,793.13 8.68 2,000.00 21,000.00 $122,207.05 $109,204.92 3,000.00 8,799.80 1.302.33 A L- jj Overdrafts Total Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly $122,207.05 We have just declared our dividend No 26. We have always set nsido large part of profits to surplus as additional security to our depositors, Wo wish to thank nil who have been so loyul to us for tho past 15 years nnd nsk their continued patronrge aud invite new accounts of tltQ3e wishing pleasant banking relations. PEOPLES BANK. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. I The Central Record, Thursday July 3 1 i-i- -i Ifc 1 1. Lay ton Alex Louisville Courier Journal Leeds W. L LIST OF CLAIMS. ... 3 12 4 80 QUNNfl CHAPEL. Mr. Talton May motored to Wilmore Unite At Scientific 1 ai iiiuig t T ACRES AND FARM 230 00 132 80 2 188 3 2 Lancaster Light Co PROFITS. balanced' Tires Give 'Balanced Wear Every United States Tire is a 'balanced' tire. It Insts and lasts, no part giving out first, until finally, after a long life of service, the whole tire wears out as a whole. all elements give equal wear-- no Dart is wenlccr or stronger than any other. Cac'j pail loo3 its work ft:I.;.' helps lo hc l',.ni every other part to list longer, and thus pvc3 the .!:o!e tire longer life and the user longer service. i Rule, the Dig Profit! Com From tho Dig Farms. (rrtparnl by United HUIcji department of agriculture. One of (lie drat mid mnst Important factor having to do with profltahlo farming, ns In nil other lines of business, Is tlio size of the enterprise. Tticro arc sercral measure of size of a farming enterprise. Perhaps In op orations of the samo general type, tlio area of tlio farm furnishes, the rawt significant measure of size. Of course, size in acres cannot Iks used In comparing a truck farm or a farm of any Intenslro typo with a general farm. Dcsplto tlio much talked of Idea of "a little farm well tilled," actual records Tread and carcass, rubber and fabric 14 United States 'Balanced' Tires last and last, and last that is why they have such wonderful efficiency and cost. Iow-mi!ca- fiELr CINDER IN AN OAT FIELD. There are fife United Stntet TalM,eed' Tim a lire to meet every motoring nctJ if price anj use. Ah your dealer to show you. United StatesTire Company Nobby 'Nobby One of 'ChAin 'Uico 'Royal Cord' 'PUin' "INDIVIDUALIZED TIKES" from thousands of farms covering pretty well the whole t'ulted States go to show that little faruiH do not often make hU profits and that as n rule the profits from farming vary directly with the size of the business. In a study of the agriculture of Chester county, I'n., 115 farms of the group of sixty acre and under, averaging cent made labor forty ncres, only 8 Incomes of $1,OiX) or more, and the average for the group of this size was HOI. Of the group ranging In size from 101 to 393 acres, averaging 203 acres. GS per cent made $I.("J or more, the average for the whole group being ir $1,575. A complete stock of United States Tires carried by C. C. & J. E. Stormes. PIBLIC OF -- 1 2nd, 1916 Dean-situate- In a similar study In the extensive farm region of the upjier Mississippi valley states, tho 100 aero farm groups gave on Income over live times that of the forty acre group. Results closely paralleling these aro secured where-eve- r such studies are made of comparable types of fanning. It Is not surprising that this Is true when we consider some of the handicaps under which the small farm Is operated. For Instance, In the group of large general farms In the Chester county area tho value of machinery equipment per f acre of crops was only about that of tho small farm group, and the crop acres per horse was nearly double, as was also the crop acres per man. Furthermore, a small farm H rarely adequately supplied with equipment to enable tho farmer to properly do his one-hal- VALUABLE F ARM work. A recent study of machinery equipment on over 1,100 farms In western New York showed that when, for Instance, a sulky plow was used to cover fifteen acres annually tho cost per day of use for tho machine alone was 83 cents. When this samo plow was used to cover flfty-Ov- e acres annually the cost was reduced to 57 A grain drill when cents or day. used to cover twenty ncres annually cost per day used f2.lT; when used to cover 117 acres annually tho cost per The heirs or Wm. H. Dean, deceased, will on WEDNESDAY, AUG-- . at the Inte residence of Win. II. Dean, in Jessamine county. Kentucky, near Little Hirkman. eight miles south of Nicliolasville. proceed to sell at public auction to tlie highest bidder the farm of Win. II. in Jessamine County, Kentucky, on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill pike, and containing' 589.7 acres. Said land will he offered in six different tracts: FIRST TRACT Situated on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill Turnpike, and contnins 100.G acres. The improvements on this tract is the residence of W. 11. Dean, two tobacco barns, pair of scales, and all other necessary outbuildings; also two orchards with over 300 bearing trees. SECOND TRACT- - Situated on said pike and contains 33.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consist of a tenant house, barn nud other necessary outbuildings. THIRD TRACT Situated on east side of said pike and contains 115.8 acres. The improvements on this trnct consists of a tenant house, two tobacco barns, stock born and other necessary outbuildings. FOURTH TRACT Situated on the north side of the turnpike road leading from Pink to Little Hickman and contuins 80 acres. The Improvements on this track consists of a barn. FIFTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. !, and contains 1 13 acres. Said tract has about ten acres of valuable oak timber on it. SIXTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. 5 and the lands of Thos Drunerand Negle Dean and contains 140 5 acres. There is on this tract about 1?. or 15 acres of valuable oak timber. Said farm will be first offered in separate tracts ns above described, then as u whole. All of said land is in a high state of cultlvuiiuu and there is on said farm about 150 acres now'cul-tivate- d in wheat, corn and tobacco; bulancein gnu an I flue tobacco land. TERMS OF SALE: Said land will be sold one-micosh; balance in one and two years, purchaser being required to execute notes to us as agents, beating In'ert-s- t at rate of G per cent, per annum from day of sale, and a lien will be retained on said land in the deeds conveying same to secure payment of the for seeding purposes in fall of 1016. and full pospurchase money. Possession of suld land will b session given on 1st day of Janurry 1017. Deeds of conveyance will be given to purchaser immediately after sale. ul day dropped to (l.Ol. A grain binder, when U9ed to cover fifteen acres per year, cost per day used the surprising sum of (8.15; when used to cover elghty-flvacres per year the cost per day used was (2.41. Another striking disadvantage of n moll farm Is that the restricted acre-ag- o does not penult of a sutllclent In tho farm enterprises to furnish a good, even, all tho year round employment of labor. Ah a result tho labor employed by tho year Is often Idle for long periods. Whether this labor be hired or U tlio service of tho farmer himself and his family, the results aro tho same. Iinthcr than bo tdlo for n long period this labor might well bo employed In somo Industry which yields even but iHlght pooflt In the larger kIzo fiirun this factor can easily be provided for. The mlutmum size of n farm for clllcleucy should bo such as wilt furnish opportunity for adtfquato employment of lalwr, machinery, cqulpmcut and work stock. It Is not always possible for a farmer to enlarge his business by Investing more capital until It shall have reached the optimum size. lie can, however, qutto often rent additional laud. In many parts of the United States the figure paid for land rental, either In cash or in part of tlio crops, amounts to considerably less than a normal Interest charge. A study of three groups of tenant farms located In Indiana, Illinois and Iowa showed that the tenants paid on the average a rcutal equivalent to only 3.5 per cent of the value of the farm. A farmer with restricted means, therefore, under such circunifcUnccs need not worry about hi Inability to purchase when ho can rent more cheaply than he can own. g.n W. W. ROBERTS,-CARAgents for the Dean Heirs. HULETT, SHERMAN DEAN, Jtfftrson "School mmumc two ylak cochmk. wn- . UbrtrlMh Lav. U JI. Ill adtr,Ja.. YfM lot b llUU AwtoUurtaa4tUr r 1.1. m. i For further particulars apply to SHERMAN DEAN, on premises, Little Hickman, Ky LYNE, Real Estate Agent, Nicholusville, Ky. or G. tUVpMtUlU.rvf h.... lAira..s u.l Id ELLIOTT Vuru. TuUtu IttlLlVWUlOfUtUl Wit VaaaaaaW rENUJAXO, Wt LnutOI, Kf. Same Lancaster Motor Car Co The following Is a list of Claims bv the Garrard County Fiscal Lancaster Lumber Co Ledford C. II Court from May 1st, 1915, to May 1st, Lyons G. M. l'JIG. Same ( 1 Go Ledford Speed Anderson J. E 20 30 Logan Si Anderson Bros Anderson, Harry 28 00 Lee II. D Arnold C. A 3 41 Mahan Mary E Arnold Ed 15 00 2 60 Moss W. B Arnold T. M. Jr 2 00 2 63 Adams W. L Same 2 00 COO 00 ' American Seating Co Mason Sue Shelby 20 00 31 20 Anderson, Harry Same 71 80 4 00 Arnold Mrs W. A Montgomery Dr B B 10 00 1 GO McKInley Adams Moynahan I N 817 00 Co 8W 00 Murphy Lewis . Art Metal Construction 3 44 17 50 Acton J. M 3 44 Metcalf J. M. 15 00 Arnold C. A Marsee John F. 2 00 3 44 Maraee Noah Amon, John 3 12 10 00 Arnold Ed 18 75 Morrow E. W. 2 00 Morton John V. & Co Drown W. II 7 40 2 00 McQuerry J. II. Boian It. C 3 44 2 00 McQuerry Hamp Ilowlln G. A 3 50 2 00 McCulley Mote Same 75 3 41 McWhcrter E. C. Ilrown L. F 2 00 i 00 McRoberts It. E. Same 70 00 2 00 Ballard J. II 43 39 Same 2 00 Same Ogg Robert 75 2 00 Haird S. I. 2 00 Ogg W. C. 3 44 Same 1 50 ' Same 11 83 llradley & Gilbert Co Posey J. II. 2 00 CO 17 Same 2 00 Same 29 CO Same 3 44 18G CO Pointer J. W. Ilallard G. T. Jr G 00 Same 3 00 Ilourne J. I 8 00 Same 15 50 Hecker, Ilallard & Co 3 44 Same 18 3o Same 10 00 Same 30 00 Hank of Hryantsville 24 00 Same 15 00 Ilurnside Joe 5 00 Same 37 Ilurdette Bright 4 00 Pence Adam 1 50 Ilurdett James 264 G3 2 00 Post Glover Electric Co Burdett John 540 95 10 00 Ross David Hateon H It G 82 1213 C5 Same Boian Joe G 00 Rigney W. O. 91 00 Ilurnside Wood 20 00 2 00 Rose Dr B. C. Same Same 75 75 00 Illukeman. Ervin 122 50 2 00 Robinson B. F. Heailev J. A Same 10 00 20 00 Same 3 44 Same 2 00 Bastin H. V 2 00 7 00 Ray E. B. Bowlin W. S Same 2 00 12 50 Ball W. B G 00 3 44 Raines U. G. Ball Ernest Same 2 00 476 24 Central Record acct 3 44 7 4G Rankin David Cook Ebb 3 44 97 42 Redwine G S. Conn Brothers 3 44 2 28 Rogers C. I. Same 3 44 132 00 Ruble II. C. Carman W. L 3 44 2 00 Raines Herod Cook W. K 64 75 2 00 Raney J, T. Same 28 00 45 00 Sutton Davis Coldiron J. W 13 75 12 00 Smith Jas W. Same 2 00 30 00 Scott Virgil Cox G. C 2 00 51 70 Scott E. B. Carter John D Same 2 00 3 75 Conn II. P 3 44 71 00 Sherrow J. T. City of Lancaster 3 50 50 00 Smith Dr F. H. Same, Fire Bell 16 05 11 60 Stormes J. E. & C. C. Cornett & Gregory 33 20 Same 2 00 Clark B. C 11 40 Doty W. A 2 00 Scott T. M. Same 2 95 7 50 Same 54 00 25 00 Sanders V. L. Same E. 50 4 00 Sherrow J. Denny & Wheeler 15 71 21 15 Sanders Brothers Davidson & Doty R. K. 75 00 27 95 Stone Same G 00 Simpson Zack 22 51 Same 3 44 41 00 Sherrow J T. Dicherson & Kennedy 12 00 Printing Co 40 00 Standard Same 2 00 12 Oo Tcrrill G P Same 3 50 15 00 Treadway, Denny & Co Dickerson & Carrier Same 9 00 37 Dunn Has 2 00 75 Tatem J W Deering Albert 5 00 6 90 White John N Duncan W. H Same 42 00 2 00 Emhry It. T 12 00 Same 2 00 Estridge It. W 3 12 Wheeler Sim 14 70 V Frisbie F. Walker A K 2 00 27G 00 Same 18 00 Walker Mrs E II 9 00 Williams Furr W. II 1 50 Herbert 35 27 County Same" Dirt Road Claims paid 10 00 Ford A. D by Sheriff $ 5,777 33 Frederick Disenfectant Co ... 35 4S This July 10th. 191G. 3 44 Fox It. It Attest: 12 00 Farley J. W JOE HAMILTON. Clerk. 2 00 Ford L. E By E. M, Walker, D. C. 19 30 Glass & Sanders 3 75 Same 10 00 New Idea for Wrench. Gilbert Dr 20 00 Guynn Wm The center rod of a Wisconsin Inqulck-uctln- g 75 00 ventor's Is wrench Gaines E. C 27 50 threaded only at the sides, permitting Germo Manufacturing Co 7 00 the movable J.iw to be pressed against Same 19 50 an object mid locked by engaging the Goin Wm 2 00 threads ulth It. Gulley J. W 2 00 Grow N. T 4 00 Herndon II. K 2 00 Herndon Wm 2 00 Hurt F. G 105 30 Hamilton J. W 140 45 Same There arc three trouWcs of the peach 31 95 Same 13 05 which can bo controlled by spraying: Hamilton Joe First. Curcullo, tin insect which 2 25 Same punctures the fruit nud causes wormy 15 00 peaches Same and plums. 3 M) Second. Peach tcub or sot. This Is IMrick E. F. & Son 1G7 42 a fungous disease which causes dark tlaselden Brothers 179 45 spots, black blotches or even causes the Samo 250 49 fruit to crack open, Same Third. Ilrown rot. 15 00 Ham John The two diseases may be controlled 48 00 Same by Unio sulphur spray. Either use a Herring Hall Marvin Safe Co.. 110 00 very dilute commercial r, 3 60 no quurt to fifty galloua of water, or Hounshell F. M 35 75 Scott's formnU of uncooked J. F. & Son lloltzclaw 230 00 Herron L. E Scott's formula Is prepared as 282 25 follows: Same Uso eight pounds of sulphur and eight 00 2 Holcomb B. II 2 00 pounds of lime. Slake the lime and add Holcomb W. U 30 00 tho sulphur sifted. Allow It to slake Hamilton Mrs J. 1 83 68 and boll for five mluutes and then cool Hamilton J. 1 by adding cold water. Strain this Into u 10100 Hicks Laura fifty gallon spray barrel and add water 48 00 to make fifty gallons of spray material. Ison Logan 12 00 For the Insect enemies two iwunds Same 3 00 of arsenate of lead should be added to Johnson M. D r solution. 2 00 the Jones E. T Spray Just after the shucks or ca2 00 lyxes fall. Hpray again in ten days or Joseph Mercantile Co Jones, Tomlinson & Anderson.. P8 44 two weeks and once or twice more ai 8 00 Intervals of ten days, using the poison Jones J. A 8 00 only in the first two sprayings. Same 9 00 Plums and cherries may be sprayed Sarr.o 3 12 with tho same materials that are used King W. L on the peach, but caro should be taken 2 00 Klnnaird J. G not to use the unboiled 5 00 spray when the (rult Is nearly grown, Kauffman II. C 5 00 or It will be stained. Same 5 00 Do not neglect to spray the goose be Same 110 00 with dilute and arse. Kemper & Woods 30 00 Bite of lead for mildew and curraat Kuhlman T. It 18 00 worm. Same 75 Saturday, 10 Misses Zula Calico and Maud Tcater 00 opened school here Monday. 41 Christine, the Infant daughter of Mr. 44 and Mrs. Ed Dailey has been ill. 00 Miss Sue Higglns is here the guest 2 00 Hot-IaG 00 of Mrs, John Land and Miss Lena G9 15 Miss Marie Ballard of Lancaster is 2 00 pending the week with Miss Jessie B. Ray. Misses Nettle Ray and Zula Calico were In Richmond on business Satur day. Miss Miry Kurtz was a guest of Misses Christine and Myrtle Davis Sunday. A number of young folks were entertained by the Misses Calico last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nora Mays and children who have been here vlsitlntr have returned to their home at Wilmore. Miss Dora Walton of Marksbury, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Ed Dailey has returned home. Mesdames Lucv Kidd and John Land visited Mrs. Ligo Simpson and Miss Lottie Simpson at Round Hill Thurs- day. Mr: and Mrs. Lee Austin and children, of Richmond, Ind., are here visi. ting Mr. and Mrs. Newt Davis and other relatives. A number of young folks were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amons Thursday evening in honor of the Misses Anderson. REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL (No, BANK, OF LANCASTKK. KY.. AT The Close of Business, Jnoe 301916 RESOURCES. Loauianddlicountt 117.339 It I1TTJ3V II Overdraft. -- ecurvd $ $ Uuiecured . U.S. Houils depoilted to secure circulation (par value). 5.w0 IN) 50.000 CO Securltle-other than V. 8 boadi (uot InelDdlug stocks) owned unpledged IOiO"V IS.OuO 00 to stock of Federal Reserve Bank SI.KK1 HO Less amount 12.100 00 unpaid 2.IC0 00 ....ti.tMOO Value ol Banking-housetn.OMI CO 6.000 1 0 Furnltureand fixtures l.ioo 00 Net amount due Ircm Federal Reserve Hank 6400 00 Net amt due from approved reserve agents In New York Chicago and IJ.TK 31 St Louts Net amt due from approved reserTe agtslnothtrreservecIliriSH.IZl M ia,W! 61 Net amt due from banksand bankers 1,579 13 (otherthan Included In luor 111.. Checks on banks in the same cltr or town as reporting bank 19 70 Fractional currency, nickels 11 19 It H and cents 2.11 00 Coin and certificates r . 9.403 00 . notes Redemption Fuud with t. B. Treasurer and due from V. 8. Treas. 200 00 Total. .. I J90.712 01 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in I S0.000 00 30.000 00 Surplus fuud Undivided profit I a.000 00 9.1 Reserved for Taxes..... i 'ZUA Circulating Notes outstsndlng Individual deposits subject tocbeck Totnl demand deposits. Items 3.1. 111.960 93 IX.KA 91 60,000 00 OS IK9.1U 31, 3.1, 34, 37, oS, S A 0, I1I9.1S5 09 Total 9TATEOF KgNTrCKY.COCNTYOFG J. 8. C PENMV. Cashier t".7H ARRAHP.SS 01 of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge audbellel. S. C. Di.isy, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th W. K. Champ, day of July 1911. Notary Tublic. My Commlsslou expires Jan IS. 1920. Cashier. Coaaici Attest: Am It. Pnhv. w. M. klliott. J. K. Stormes. I I Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE - Citizens National Bank OK (Xo.28-ie- .' LANCASTER. KY'.. AT THE Close of Business June 30, 1910. IS RESOURCES. Loans and discounts .2JI.3ol Overdrafts, secured I L'usecured U. H llouds deposited to secure cir2'2t.30l tW.OnMO culation (par value) Subscription to atock ot Federal Ke.erie llauk to. wo on Less ainuuut I.110O 00 unpaid Value iif Baiiklug-hous7.000 00 Ill unencumbered) Netamouutdue from Federal Re serve naua Net suit due from Approved Reserve Ageuts in jsew torit, i;uicngu I !s J aud St. Louis Net amt due from approved reserve agt lu other reserve cities t.611 3 Net amt due from baltkaaud bauk ers lotber than tucluded l'l loorll) Other checks on bauks in the same city or tow n as reporting bauk Outside checks aud other 1211 41 cash Items 4"olee of other National Uauks Colu and certificate Legal lender notes. Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas urer ana uue irun v. a, hciui.i SO.OOGCO 3,000 00 7.000 00 5.V.M 10 4 K3 CO 411 61 221 41 ill) 00 S(UJ IX) 1.10 1,M 00 00 Total Iju.mh j LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In IVI.O00 00 MMJOOVO nmi'iuiiuuu profits. Undivided Reserved (or Tales.... s 4 I If 41 .., w fn. tut 00 IJ7 7M 13 . ? Circulating Notes oul.tai dine - ......... IIIUI. MW . . to cheek .. . I - . I'h... I uiai ueiuami i u,i.h-,it- p MU al.tl . I 111? Hi Ml hrt tt .( i,.ir ... to ?M H 10 5100 CsMlncst.snldei-o.l- t Total or lime dep. sits items 10.2J0O 41, 4 aud 13. Rediscounts with Federal ID ll 00 lUltOO Reserve Bauk ... Bills payable. Including i.b'lga. rowed lions represeutiug iuuu. j v. .... TOTAL. . .. I, W. r.Champ. Cashier ot the above named bank, do soleuuly swear that the above stale mstit Is true to the best t my knowledge aud W. F. Champ. Cashier belief. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this Ctb, dsyol July 8. 0. Denny. Notary Public. Uy Commission Etplrts Jauuary It, IWJ. Coeeect Altestt 1 I.J. Wsliia. Sutanv 1IcdsoM. I Directors. C. A.AmolD. State or Kenti'Ckv.Covktv t' or tuaasau, 11.010 00 4 l sat ll. The Central Record, Thursday July 13 I91e. county, I trust he will so notify mo in order that another may be elected. Hut a small part of the work can be incorporated, done at state headquarters; the main $1.00 a year. issued Weekly. work must bo done by the county campaign chairman In each county. J. R. ROBINSON. Editor. It Is my Intention to open headquarters on August first for active work Mgr. R.L KLKIN, Local Editor nnd and the location of headquarters will bo publicly announced before that date. Intetrd st the I'oit Oltlcc In bsncsittr, Kjr., Since my election as Campaign ChairSreond rinM Mall Matter. man 1 have done much detail work tlmt was necessary in preparing for tin Member Kentucky Press Association coming struggle. nil I feel that it is my duty to lay some plain factt before the Democrats of Eighth District Publishers League. Kentucky. The votes as actually cast for the last twenty years show that Lancaster, Ky., Jul; 13, 1916 Kentucky i a very close state politically. At the outset I wish to warn my Democratic brethren of Rates For Political Announcements TheCentral Record Mr and Mrs Cantrill and little son spent Sunday in Louisville with relaWHAT THE RECORD SHOWS. Peasant Styles Bcino All the tives and friends. For Precinct and Cltv Ulfi:es . . .$ 5.00 Mrs L. M. Wcstei field nnd childten Our Republican opponents in KenRage, Get Out Some Castcfl Collier's Weekly of recent date says: 10.00 tucky "or County Offices are already in the field equipped hnve returned to Pnris nfler a visit to "The only way to form an intelligent Pieces nnd Treat Them to a New Mrs M. I). Klmore. tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 with every influence necessary to wage .10 n hard Klitical battle, and it behooves guess regarding the attendance of a For Call9, per line Coat of Paint. Miss llnttie Rice, of Danville, has (of Congress) is from the 10 For Cards, per line every Democrat In Kentucky to make member been the attractive guest of Miss Mary number of times he is recorded as net For all publications in the interhimrelf a campaign committee of one Klizabeth McKinney, voting on a yea and nay vote. There est of individuals or expresand get to worK for the success ot his HCAL'Si: It Is ot humble Mr. and Mrs. James A. Heazley, of were 07 record votes taken during the sion of individual views, per name do not Imagine that party. I will always appreciate sugThe 3rd session of the 03rd Congress. 10 gestions line painted furniture Is always Lancaster, were here Tuesday with from any Democrat in the following shows the numbet of times 05 obituaries, per line cheap. Manufacturers of some relatives and friends. state and also welcome criticism made each member is recorded as not voting of our finest furniture turn out n great Mr Huwen Owens nnd wife of McKinfor the purpose of giving force and during the session:" Here follow tin; er number of peasant stylos thnu of ney, were the guests of Mr and Mrs (!. effect to the Democratic cause. I wish figures. Of Democratic Ticket. the 135 members of the almost any oilier kind, mid they go F. Dellorde Monday. each Democrat in Kentucky to feel that House only thirteen are recorded as be their way Into very Hue homes. Hveii Mr. and Mrs. James Mershon, of this fight is as much his as mine, and ing present aud voting at every roll cull Marie Antoinette liked to play nt being Lebanon Junction are the guests of each Democrat will always be taken a shepherdess when It united her fancy except one. One of these thirteen is relatives and friends here. into full confidence as to what is being Representative Harvey Helm of this to drop the dlcultlos uf royalty. So done at headquarters and will always why shuuld not my huly of fashion K. C. Jordon, who has been ill for district. Only one out of the 435 ex nowadays, when be a welcome visitor there. she Hies to the conn several days is not improving as was ceeding this record for constant Ht tend try for a relaxation of socl.il duties, hoped by his host of friend. I know that the State Camnaien I ance made by Mr Helm. Mr Helm is bedroom In the Committee will have the lull support of now "on the job." and lias refused and furnish nt least one Miss Ann- - Davis Mcltoberts has repicturesque manlier of the French or the Democratic newspapers of the is still refusing to listen to the impur For President turned home after K visit to Miss Flemish, Dutch or Italian state. This support will be the most tunities of friends who have insisted Aud as for the rest of us, who can Martha Kincaid at Louisville. WOODROW WILSON, puwcnui mciors.in me campaign anu tnat ho come ilulne 8nJ ook l(ter th(. neither nfTonl to my for the finest of of New Jersey. Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon the State Headquarters will always be opposition brought out against him for quality and workmanship plus the For Vice President at the command of the newspapers in the renomination. He evidently Le- - smartest of smart Mens In painted sum Junction, has returned home after a visit to relativs and friends. THOMAS R. MARSHALL everv way within its power. iuve3 tlat a soldier sent away on duti mer furnishings nor jet to Invest onr The Republican Party in the Nation can trU3t , U)e .teu.,w Bi home to look money In cheap furniture that Is cheapof Indiana. Mr and Mrs J. S. Rice. Mr and Mrs ly built In Imitation of the better thlug. n party that fter is the same Old interests while he is awavai.d what shall ire do about It? Why, do Will Hays and Miss Emma Hays moIVa nm anf Vinrirori tn annnnnia Alilt it has always been. Penrose, Darnes, We ilave never jet heard of n member for ourselves nnd by ourselves If Ileitis tored to Lexington, Thill sday. Jennie Hlggins a candidate for County Urane, imool anu llic oilier Dig bosses 0f Congress who remained on the job, be nnd ns best we can what n group of Mrs W. L. Dnzier and sons, of Little oarraru of the Republican Party spent days at uut hud his faith in the home people decorators are doing for a steadily Rock, Ark., are the guests of her paroi ncnool superintendent County, subject to the action of the the Chicago convention dealing for n vindicated by the result, growing cllcutlcle, who btiug to thi'tii ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Pence. Sr. nominee and finally had to drag a can-- j uemocrauc primary August i jii. ow with such records as have been all sorts and conditions of old nud ugly Mrs. T. I). Raney spent the weekend didato from the Supreme Court of the maje ttny democrat can feel it his pnv- - pleces of furniture to tie ghcli a new We are authorized to announce J. O. United States. ilege, much less his duty to oppose the lease of life with the aid of a few tar at Richmond with her daughter, Mrs enter's tools nnd n paint box. Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocThe Republican Party did not dare renominution and Martha Muhley, who .is attending the of an In onu of these remodeling shops Normal School. ratic nomination frr County Court nominate a candidate who had opened democratic member of the present conwas recently seen it charming bedroom Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. his mouth during the last ten years on gress is a little difficult to understand. has returned Mrs. K. C. Walton set in n dark yet rather brilliant any vital question in which the Ameri- We waive the question of justice the French blue, touched up here and there home from Catlettsburg, where she We are authorized to announce Joe can people were interested. claim that the members of the majorwith a bit of old gold, nnd still fur- has been the cuest of her father Col. Hamilton as a candidate for County The Republican Party when the con ity in Congress havv had as much to du ther enriched with nti.ovnl or lighter T. D. Marcum. Court Clerk, to till nut the unexpired vention was over did not boast about with the success of the present Nation- ground on which was painted n bos Mr and Mrs E. R. Hutching, son term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to the nomination of Justice Hughes but al Administration us the President ana kct of old fashioned Dower, Inset on the action of the Democratic primary spenl all of their energy in boasting of Vice President, and are just as much the front of the bureau, tho foot nud Raines, Mr and Mrs George II. Farrts head boards of the Uil, tho Chair and daughter. Miss ItVssie Clay are August 1916. how tney nad Killed leuuy anu nis uunenlltea lu re0niination by acclatna- - backs mid the center top of the tble. spending a week at Klixir Spiings. Moose. The Republicans have certain- - t,0n. We waive all this and nut it oi, The general style of tho pieces was We are authorized to announce Hun, ly stretched the hide of the Hull Moose Mis. Kate Miller is Lere from Pitts. ,iurey business grounds. What could colonial. The charm of them was not Chrles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, on the Cabin door and that seems to be any new man in Congress from this alone the charm of ravishing color, but burg for the summer with relatives Cajey county, ns a candidate for th their chief cause ol joy. II tne uemo-- , their simplicity. and friends. Her daughter. Miss Linda district, however irreat Ins ability hoi Democratic nomination for Congress in crats of Kentucky do their full duty A photograph showed the tranfor-tuatfonny earv ,)ate eler in Ult. Miller of HulTalo will arrive in n fewt0 jQ this the Eighth district of Kentucky, our Republican friends will not get the uig at of this set V.wry piece hud days. general sense, or as affecting th-- . subject to the primary to be lit Id th hide of the Democratic Donkey nor will u dllTerent kind or color of been of oca interests of the several counties son K. T. Pence, the and first Saturday in August. they even pick the tail feathers of the 0f the district that the nresent renre- - woodage of every onu had belonged to that horrors which we speak of of Adam Pence, had a very narrow esGame Cock, which is our emblem. sentative has not done, or is not dome? lu whlivrs as Victorlau. With srrnjv cape from being cruhcd to death by We are authorized to announce The Progressive Party was formed now couj hope to. at once, even lug and pruning nud trimming until Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the by Andy Gooch. The of the approach the usefulness of the nresent. they were all reduced to unfinished an auto, driven democratic nomination for County Court a a protest against the bosses little fellow was knocked down, but the Republican Party and to bebuke the painstaking, industrious member oi wood and shorn of their Jigsaw orua Clerk, subject to the action of the pri thefi of the nomination from Col. long and large experienee, the critical menu nnd then with coat after coat mary, August 1917. of imlut the miracle had been worked Roosevelt by the Republican Conventimes now on and doubtless ahead? It is uot to be thought for n mo We are authorized to announce Hon, tion in 1912. What would be thought of the busi that any woman It would be an insult to the intelli- - ness judgement of bank directors who inentbring discarded can from her ut Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as t tie beds and chairs gence of the Progressives to say that would discharge during u panic tin and thliigs nnd then candidate for the Democratic nomina with paint aud they will go back to the Republican uank official who had just weather.. patience perform like miracles nt home tion for Congress, in this, the eighth district of Kentucky, subject to th. Party and we cordially invite them into for them a iinanelm Htnrm? Wlm, or transform hideous pieces of jellow the Democratic household We will woud be thought of the democracy oi oak nnd dismal bluck walnut furniture primary to be held August 191G. Into pieces ns beautiful us thoe Just put some fresh logs on the fire and give thls or miJ. other district who wou.u them a comfortable seat nt the hearth now rebuko the rei,rHMttiv who !,;.., described, for that takes perfected art and vxihtIcikc. Hut any woman ian TO THE CHAIRMAN and make them feel at home. i.,. slmui .. ,,, A,immi.innn .!. who will scrape nnd siiih1kik r the We also expect the support of pa so far successfully weathered the world bad finish oft of any piece of fun..iure AND MEMBERS triotic Republicans who place the wide storm that is still raging? whoso possibilities she Sees, hue a l National honor above mere party suc We believe that those who are en- eal carpenter bereave It of ah.v.ad or Of The State Central and Executive Com cess, there are thousands of patriotic couraging the present contest (?) in nanicuts. If she cannot iiNo attend to Republicans who resent the action of tins district, if thev are not movtd ei. this part of the work herself, nud mittees of the Democratic Party turn out from an Improvised uoitiop the Republican Party in Congress who tirely by patronage disappointment In licmciit or little toally wonderful Of Kentucky. tried to pass the McLemore Resolution, in patronage mutters, at a time mil.. transformations by the aid or paint which meant the absolute surrender uf patriotism ought to even u mill good taste. Gentlemen: even American right on the high seas. thought of patronage owe it to themAt a full meeting of your committees I have had many Kentucky Republicans selves and the voters Sprues Deer. of the district in in Louisville on June twenty first Jou to tell me that they expected to Allow nn ounce of hops nnd n l vote give some reason for the contest, and me Chairman of the State Cam elected of ginger to a kiiIIoii of uati-of Woodrow Wilson for even proposing h change. for the When well boiled strain It nnd paign Committee for the purpose uf because lie stood for America fust, lust in Surely their party s best Interest I. a pint of molasses or a pound of brown Becuriug the electoral vote of the State and all of the time, and for Ameiica not their chief motive, for even the sugar f and ounce or less oi of Kentucky for Woodrow Wilson for only. To this clusa of patriotic Repub blind cuu see that any contest with,, tho essence of spruce. When emu President uud Thomas It. Marshall for licuns we extend un open hand of wel the party can but lose the latter vol, add n tencupful of yenst and put Into Vice President of the United States, come. clean, tight cuk and lot It ferment in November, when every vote muy b and the election of Democratic Con for it day or two; then bottle It ror The Republicans in Kentucky are in needed in the district, and is sure to gressman from Kentucky. high glee because they expect the supin the stale's total for ti . ne. Vou can boll the sprigs of apruce I tin deeply sensible of the honor and lu place of (he essence. port of the voters ot German extrac- Presidential nominee. accept the same I am ulso fully aware tion. This is an open insult to the inand of the tremendous responsibility Lemonado Spoons. telligence and patriotism of tho voters UUCKEYE Long handled spoons for Stirling labor ahead of me in this work, but I ii Kenfjcky of German descent. I lemonade nro made with spiral stems. will cheerfully give the best that is in know many of these men und they lire R. W. Sanders was in Richmond topped wllh a fruit lu eimuiel -- cher t me. At this crisis in the history of our as patriotic as any class of our citizens week. rles, lemons, grapes, oriuc-ouud some Nation I know of no nobler work that and 1 certainly expect of tho other fruits that go Into the the supimrt of Mr. mid Mrs Kemp Wulker Were I could bo done than keeping the honor making of tempting beverages. These those who have been Democrats hereto- - Somerset Inst week. and safety of our Republic in the bunds spoons cost Sl.no luch. ore und of those who love the flag of Mr. Lrnest Roy of Decatur III, i of Woodrow Wilson. tne stars and stripes better llian any ,,f ,: ...,, i,. ., ii.,,i, .."j I will not be the Chairman of any .i ..I...- - n.... i ... lanujf nuuiu IH'b i.. lie in ..i..i or division of the Democratic u,iici nai;. faction Misses Nettie Ray and Zulu Culi suit the patriotism of the voters of 1 Party in managing the Campaign. FOR THE CHILDREN. German descent by even conceding that were In Richmond Saturday expect the full and hearty support of any Mrs l.urkin Hicks of Hrodheud proportion ot them in Kentucky An absorbing occupation fur every citizen in Kentucky who desires expected to vote the Republican ticket visiting relatives here. tho children when n day Indoors of President Wilson and the Mr. J. P. Prattler has been visitin this fall. Is lu order Is the making of a I will su conduct the campaign us to be shadow box. The Inner sldcH of To tho cnuse of true Democracy and friends and relatives in Madison Co worthy of that support. n cardlHiard box niu lined with 1 usk the earnest Mr Henderson Whitaker of Kirk The election of the County Campaign to true Americanism black paper. Then the backChairmen by the County Committees support of every true Kentuckian and ville has been the guest ot Mr and ground or the little Ntiige or lamb every true American. We go into this W. Sanders. will convince each raainiiided voter HCiipe to be luiido U ustcd to Messrs Jenkins rnd Tudor of New the Inside bottom of Hie box. A that when the Committee is completed ampaign kuowii g full well the justice Kentucky bus never were the week end guests of Miss II uf our cause. poslcaid iHTords a good which must manage the fight that all fulled to msusure up fully to her full Hill and brother. background for must bcciic. fractions in the Democratic Party will Scenery, such as trees, flowers, duty to the Nation and let us prepare be fully recognized and will share in Modames Hiram Ray and No houses nnd the like, can be cut to roll up tho greatest majority for the honor of the greut victory which is Teater and Miss Mayme Crulchfie from other iwstcurds and pasted Wilson und Marshall Unit the statu has ahead of us. were in Crab Orchard Wednesday. on the sides of the box. The It has been and will be my policy to ever given In any election. The fight cover of tho box Is then replaced Miss Rutli Ray entertained ut a put the campaign in the hands of the s in the hands of the people und as oclock dinner Saturday, thehonorgue sixt by n sheet of gluss the size of the people, and the election of Campaign Campaign chiarmaii I will do the very being, Mr. box. Tlio glass Is fnstencil to Krnest Ray of Decatur Li each county by the local best cun to discharge my duties fuirly chairman of tho box by a strip or tape glued Mr mid Mrs Klmer Anderson a d und fully. The capable und worthy across tho Joint of box and gluss. committee readies closer to the people, gentlemen whom you have named on Misses Kate and Marjorin Anderson f Small figures cut from curds nud than any other plan. In other words I piistcd In the foreground on expect to be the servant of the local the committees to serve with ma I Stanford were guests uf Mia J. M. bits of paper turned under and know will discharge fully the honors Anion Sunday. Committees, and right here let me suv, piistcd down ulTord endless os Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chaplin, i that I expect the local Committees to which you have placed on tliein. portunltlcs ror composition uud As the campaign progresses other Klgin Scott and baby and Robert Ros . share th" responsibility of the fight action. A Japanese cunl ror with me. The position of Campaign committees will be named to handle the of Hnrrodsburg have been visiting M' background and sldo wlugs, wllh carries with it great labor details of the campaign and the names and Mrs. A. U Miles. Chairman tho tiny trees, shrubs und e Mr and Mrs Ebb Moberly were i ard responsibility in each county, and will soon be made public, Tho motto figures, which may bo purwhich may arise in f our beloved Commonwealth will be Jessamine county the first of the wee If for anv reason chased so reuviiiubly, gives a the future, any county chairman finds the battle cry of our State Campaign to see her brother, Ligu Calico, who cliuruilnc little scene. that he can not give his time and talent Committee; "United we stand, divided ill at the home of his father, Mr Mir to the conduct or the campaign in his we full, "Good government like all ris Calico. overcon-fidenc- other good things must be fought for. The Democracy of Kentucky has no selfish Interest to conserve, no personal nmbitiona to further, no class of its citizens to favor, and under my leadership ns campaign chairman there will be but one purpose In view and that Is to secure the electoral vote of Kentucky for Wilson and Marshall and to clsct Democratic members of Congross from the state to support them In the future as the Democratic mem bers of Kentucky have loyally sup ported them in the past. On this pro gram I expect nnd respectfully ask the full support of every patriotic Ken- tuckian, Very truly yours, J. C. CANT ILL. July fi. 1910; Misses Hester and Mary Hanks An STANFORD demon havo returtud to their home In Mr ami Mrs Carl Carter have returnStanford after n visit to Mrs. J. M. Amon. Quite n number of social func ed to this city from Asliville, N. C. lions were given for them, also for Attorney Thomas Varnon, of Ash-ville- , Miss Mayme Crtltchfield of Nicholas N, C. Is here on legal business, vllle who Is visiting Mrs. IHram Ray, Miss Klla Rlgney of lluttonville, has Mrs, J. M. Amon entertained Thurrday been the guest of Mr and Mrs J. F. evening. Misses Sallie Leu Teater and Rlgney. Ethyl Itay Friday evening and Miss Mr. John Rout has been confined to Minnie Pearl Hrown Saturday evening, his bed for days on account of illness. Miss F.hzabctli and Nancy Hunn are the guests of relatives and friends nt M iddlesboro. Mrs Lelia II. Cooke has returned home after a visit to Mrs 8. P. Stngg "IT RELIEVED ME OF STOMACH ILLS AND NERVOUS TROUBLES" R. E. ALEXANDER, MT. STERLING "Stomach trouble and nervousness annoyed me greatly and Tanlac has made my life worth living" said Mr, R. K. Alexander, of Mt. Stetling. Kv. "Just think I caneatanvtlil'iK I want has disappeared and my nervousness too. I cannot say too much for Tanlac." Tanlac mixed with true philosophy is better than anything you can name. It gives people a chance to start life anew. You can't argue more exercise, cheerfulness and better living to a man who is hurting, who is too weak to exercise and cannot digest wholesome food. No sir. vou have got to give mm reuei nnci then talk to him. Tanlac relieves shlgglhness of the system. It stimulates the How of gastric iuices anil nids the stomach. Thru Tanlac, fix I is nssimilated nnd the body receives nourishment. Tanlac arouses u torpid liver and es overworked kidneys relief. giv- FURNITURE IS NOW BEING PAINTEO at Lexington. matter does uot remain In the system when ft la treated with Tanlac. It corrects faulty organs and promotes health in n manner intended by nature. It gives lone to the nervous system Sleep and richness tn the blood. natural and restful. People who are half sick, nervous, irritable and who have lost interest In life enjoy health and happiness after taking Tar.lac. Tanlac is being Introduced In Lancaster at R. K. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may be obtained In the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Hry- Little antsville. Decker & Hallard; Hickman, Collier and llruner; Hrrea, S. K. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Kvans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, l.yne Hros ; Hurgln, (5. T. Schoolfield. Danville. John S. Wells, It K. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, and W. C B Waste West, Silver Cteek Listening I II ' - three-year-ol- d tin the Western front the I'ngliih French drixe has taken the first of defense along on right mile front ami has held these positions in the face of tioleni counters. The number of prisoners taken exceeds ".MM. The TEACHERS INSTITUTE. Hritish have finally caplurrd the fierceafThe Garrard County Teachers' In-- ly contested town of Contalmaison ter desperate day arsl night fighting stitute will he held here the week July 31st. with Dr. K. C. Mc- - ami now are holding the town against attacks. The j all the German counter Dougls as Instructor. All teachers wlio expect to teach in importance the Germans have studied this county this year, ami all who bold to this position may lie measured by Garrard county certificates who are the fact that they threw the Prussian not expecting to teach, are required to! Guards into the fighing at this oint attend the full session of this Institute The Hrittish are also in possession of the greater part of Mamelz wood an I or forfeit their certificate. All rural schools must begin before hnve recaptured nearly the whole of the 31st of July if thev desire to count Trones v,mid. More tiian 'll.l prisoners have this Institute week as no school will be permitted tn count this week unless been takrti doling Gen HrUsailoM"' already in session before this date of drive on the I'astrrn front, according to an olli ml report The Russians July 31st. Miss Jennie Iliggins. Supt. now are within twenty miles of Kovel. rys-te; 1 , cas passed completely over him without lunching him. Mrs. Iiulsa J llammomls. one of the oldest women In the county died at the home of her nephew. Mat Martin, at the advanced age of 'Jl. Her husband died several years ago. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning followed by interment at Howlam). The wedding of Robert Lee Rupley, one of Stanfords prominent joung business men and Miss Sara Taylor Robinson, of Perr ville, was solemnized at Tuesday morning at the 10 o'clock Phoenir lintel in Lexington, Rev. The bride Is the Swinkler officiating daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Robinson, of Perrj ville, white the groom u the youngest son of Mr awl Mrs. II. C. Rupley. Thev will make their home iii this city, where thev have the best wishes for n life of happiness. to Cltctrlc Current All UltiTeMlllL- - elivlrlinl fuel tlmt miiiiiiI pnM-air- e tin" of electrlrlly an be shiinii 111 the thniUKh the folliiulug manner' two rom I'Hih Im.M an rlerirodi' from n small . twigncto or shorkliiK lull. Let one with Ids fri-- - bninl, lunch the other behind and Jilt below the ear. A hulling sound, olhi-rwlsliHiiidlble. can be (ward. The time f the sound depend Upon the number of lnterrtis Hon of Hie current. Popular .Sdcitc Monthly. mil nc tin- orlmf lit. ll. lt THE WEEK Or THE WAR. I mm mi my FROM THE r one-hal- UNITED SHOWS "DIFFERENT REST." WILL EXHIBIT lui-- s i 4 oooooooooooooooooo ALL THIS WEEK ON THE M-- I i Bastin Lot Just Out Side of Town Featuring a Big 1 M-- One Ring Gireus as The Show That Stands Alone CLEANEST, MOST MORAL .AND Jui-unes- THE REFINED. cooooooooooooooooo The Central Record, Thursday July 3 1 19 1 13. r Your Account Is Ready. Gossip About People vNe once as want Call and settle at I , 1 to leave. Havlnrt withdrawn from the firm of J. K. Mount Son 6 Co., to go Into other business, I desire to thank 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. Dtltl Mtntlon of the Comlnji ind Golnjt byThoie Wt Art Inttreittd In. sBWKaBBavsBsMHBHssBaarnsflaatBff A I I r Misses Marthn and Helen Gill were recent visitors in Danville. d Little Miss Kvnlyn I'erkins, of is visiting Miss Carrie Miller. Mrs. Fannie Walker has been on n vi tit to relatives In the Paint I.ick secRich-mon- Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT -- tion. Mr. Joe Itaselden, of Lancaster, is spending the week in Danville Advo-cntMrs. Patsy Ilrown, of Stanford, has been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Oppie Ilrown. Mrs. II. F. Hudson has been in Nicholasville visiting her brother, Mr. It. I,. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. James I. Hamilton made n short sojourn in the Lincoln County Capitnl. Mrs. Itay Orrelt and two little sons, are visiting her aunt, Mrs. Kd Perkins near llrvantsvllle. Mr. Joe Itaselden has been in Danville the greater part of the time for the past ten days. Mr. W. I. Williams and family have been sojourners during the past week at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Jce Nevius has been making a several days visit to bis mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius in Stanford. Mrs. James Hatcher left Tuesday for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Milan und Mrs. Albert Itice, of Atlanta, Ua. Mrs. It. J. Scllmnn, of Nicholasville, Is the gursl of Miss Minnie llrnun at the home of Mrs. The mas Austin. e. : pi n ' i ii icr Batteries Send us your Storage Batteries when they need attention. We have a special expert for this work end will get them back to you the next day after their arrival at our place. Stop your cars at our Garage when in our city. We will pork them without charge. Marshall-Feathersto- n MOTOR CO. LEXINGTON, KY. 1 West. Miss Eva Mae Conn of Paint Lick, Is Ilrown, Mrs Geo Ray and children, Mrs Hemp Ilrraks made and sold by W. the guest of her little cousin, Master Nora Teater, Misses Flossie Sutton, Mrs S. L. Itich. Sallie Teater and Ethel Ray, Mr. J. E. F. Parks, Harold Lawton Tinslev. Faint Lick. Ky. Sample can Dickerson and family, Mr and Mrs Ilert be seen at Hudson Hughes Judgp L. L, Walker, little son, Char& Farnau. Little Miss Marjorie Ilastin, who has Soper of Lancaster, Richmond Climt x les, and sister, Miss Nancy, were in kinspeople in Indiabeen on a visit to Cincinnati last Sunday, Straw hats at Ilatson & Wests, lestr napolis, Is again at home. ' than cost. Mrs Russell Ilrown, of Ashevllle, Mrs. Katie Conn Tinsley Is visiting N, C, is the guest of her parents, Mr I WANTED-1- 00 cirs of wheat; will her brother, Mr. Ilristow Conn, of and Mrs S. D. Cochran. pay highest market price. Have loin Danville, who Is much Improved since i Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry, of Kirks- of new unused sacks. his recent accident. Oregon roHece students bare illscov ville arc spending few days with her Roy S. Schooler. ered how to live on t'JVJ a wvvk, and sister, Mrs. W. G. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. George tl. Harris, who gome are doing 1L WANTED-T- o buy a farm of about Mrs It. V. Ilastin and children have have been on a northern pleasure trip 50 or 60 acres, nr nut n larger one for Y., returned from a visit to Mrs Chas. F. to Niagara Falls and Itulfnlo N Hurrah) dying nlh una that arrived Wednesday to spend a few days nineteen ) woman'sson enlist and return money rent. Want well improved land Deiiman at Nicholasville. enr-olForest Collico. It. F, D, a., with Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. to her III uniform, with h hu did. Lancaster. Ky. Miss Gladys Friable is the charming Mrs. Itamsey presided nt a handand attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. City bred Iwy Ignored warnings and For Sale. somely appointed dinner in compliment It. P.. Hughes ill Ixiuisville. pulled a mule's tail on n Tennessee to the guests of .Mrs. H. S. Hudson, Household and kitchen furniture-- , farm. The funeral was well attended Misses Annie Uelle, pearl and Lucille Mrs. Thompson and daughter. Miss Mrs. John Mount. Crutchfleld are visiting ftiends and Nancy Thompson of Indianapolis Ind. or II fly jours s After relatives in McKinney ami Somerset. In Han For Sale. Miss Iona Dunn began her duties as have mysteriously nppeareil Miss (Catherine Harris of Stanford, county, Ky., and built several dig at Scotts Fork last cock Hi acres of land near Hyattsvillr-statlocame Wednesday to visit her grand- assistant teacher ilnms. Monday and a successful term Is ason Kirksville pike, 0 room hou parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W llarrij. sured the patrons of this school, with R. N Russell, Smallest moonshine still, raided in and Mr. Robert L. F.lkin is in Ashland this splendid young lady as assistant. Georgia, made from two tin cans, lard R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. this week attending the summer meetbucket nnd throe feet of pipe; capacity, Mr and Mrs T. II. Young and little one gallon. ing of the Kentucky Press Association. son. Hunter Dent Young, of Ilalhoa Miss Charlie Klmore is at home after Helgnts, Panama are visiting their Two men thargisl with kidnaping HORSES AND HOLES WANTED attending two house parties at Mays- mother, Mrs. J. M. Young and grandLees by beating tin pans In Voukcrs. I will buy some good cotton nr armv ville, and visiting friends in Itichmond. parents, Mr. anJ Mrs. W. G. Ander- .V Y., demand that accuser prove they mules or horses. arc his lieos Mr And Mrs Harold Oldham, of Itich- son. W. R. Ilurton. mond are the guests nf Mrs Oldham's A Pittsburgh monkey and a Itnstou Lancaster, Ky. Misses Martha and Helen Gill and parents, Judge and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. pup foiiulit nt Jane and Mary Doty gave a picnic at bull monkey seised n Atlantic lily until lark hammer auJ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton and son, Floyd's Mill, nmong their guests being the w "AUTO won ith ii kuoi kout. Mr. Wallace Cotton, motored to Gra- Rev. It. S Hudson and Mrs. Hudson, STANFORD AND LANCASTER DAILY. ham Springs, Sundav, and fepent the and their visitors, Mrs. Thompson, of AMATEUR WIRELESS MEN day Indianapolis, Mrs. G. C. Farris and Leave Stanford Hotel at 1 p. m. READY TO SERVE COUNTRY Mrs J. II. Jennings and little son, children, of Denver Col., Mrs. Ada Leave Lancaster Hotel at 3:20 p. m. Clay of Tulsa, Oklahoma, are expected Kinnaird and Mrs. Iuis Herndon, of One way $1.00. Round trip $1,50. to arrive shortly to visit here at her Atlanta, and Mrs. Frank 11. MarksExpert Declares LarQe Number of C. II. MOSER. bury of this city. Operators Are Prepared. former home. Miss Fan lUtlifT of Sharpshurg, Is the guest of Mrs II. S. Hudson. Mls Margaret Itamey nf Eminence Ii the guest of her sister, Mrs K, M. Walker. Mrs Turney Groce and her two children nrn visiting her parents Mr. and Mr and Mrs E. P. Ilrown have been Miss Ruth Waller, Itiisvllle, Miss Sue n Garrett, Middlcsboro, Misses .May recent visitors of Stanford friend. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN and Mary Prewitt, Williamsburg, Miss Eliznheth McMurry, ot Nor'h Miss Ruth Ray, Master Earl Ray, Mrs. V. Carolinia Is the guest of Miss Hemic Rnzclla Dunn, Mrs C. Davidson, Misses Palm Reach Suits Lear. Minnie Gully. Minerva Cox, Mrs J. W. Mt-ha- THIS COLDM at Ilatson J Si. - Some Queer Ones bus; 77 N. Upper St. DC Phone No. 692. CDC METAL SHINGLES They hist c7 iifefimc. never icak, are stormproof fie roof to start with. " andJjcairfifuf. 11 ii NEVER NEED REPAIRS Ik II Dr Hicks, a prominent practitioner Mr. William Arnold and family of connected with a New York hospital, Itichmond motored to this citv auJ is here in a visit to his friend. Dr. were visitors of Mrs. Lula Johnson. Virgil Kinnaird. Miss Minr.ie Sanders and Miss ChrisMiss Luclle Ramsey-an-d brother, Joe tine Sanders have been visiting in Rich Cabbell Ramsey left Monday night for fmond and attending the Chautauqua. Ashevih'e N. C, to visit their uncle, j Dr and Mrs. H. 0. T. Kichmond and Mr Joe Ramsey anil family. Okla . little daughter, of Marshall, Mr. Clay Putuphrey who has charge are the guests of Mrs. U. I). Simpson. of the Columbia Theatre, of FrankMrs. II. A. H. Marksbury made a fort is here for several das visit to his brief visit to her daughter, Mrs. Louis parents, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Pumphrey Ijindrnm in Danville during the past Mrs Mary Lusk Freeman and Mr week. Freeman, of Ilaltimore Hnd Mrs Alice Mr. and Mrs. H. M. New land and Lusk, of Hustonville, were recent visichildren were over from Stanford and tors at the home of Mrs II. C. Knuir-mawere accompanied home by Mr. A. II. Elki'n. James and Mitcliel Tinder. William Miss Tommie Francis has been mak- P.mbrv and Neal Klmore of the Lancasing a visit to her sister, Mrs. George ter Hoy Scouta are enjoying an outing Ilallew and other relatives In Madison at Camp Daniel Iloonr. on Kentucky River. county. Miss Helen Gill, one of the organizers E. Claiinch and children have returned to their horn in Somerset, of the I .ova I Legion, the children's after n visit to her sister, Mrs. J. M. band of temperance workers, gave a picnic for the enjoyment of these young Mount. people. Mrs. Mat tie I'. Frisbie and grandson. Masters James Parker and Allen Master Hudson Frisbie returned from Thompson of Springfield, are visiting a pleasant visit to Danville last Sattheir aunts, Mrs, II. S. Hudson and urday. Miss Nancy Thompson at the Presby. Mrs. J. M, Mount rnd little son, J. terian manse. M. Mount Jr., have returned from a Little Miss Annie Mae Smith who visit to her sister, Mrs. Igau Wood has been the attractive little guest of in Danville. Mr and Mr" S. II. her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. J W. Acey, of StanHenry, has returned to her home in ford were here foi the funeral of the Ilirmlnghnm, Ala. the latter's father, the late Mr. Will-laDr G. C. Fans, of Denver. Colorado Hughes. came down fror.i ItichniondTuesday and Mr. and Mrs. William Hngle, who was accompanied back that eveni g hv are here from the Crescent City ent Mrs Faris and little sons for u visit to several dajs at the former's boyhood Dr. Farris' mother. home in Hustonville. Miss Mary Lee Lear entertained Mr. and Mrs. F. II Thompson, Mrs. Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Decatur Dragoo anil Mr. (iridcr of Margaret Cook and her guests, Misses Springfield, weie gueslsTisl Sunday of Hope Gardner and t'hastire and Helen Kev. and Mrs. II S. HuJion P.lizalieth Sprague of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 1'.. Thomas ot Horse Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sutton of McCruary Cave, and Mr and Mrs. K. P. Ilrown, entertained at a delightful dinner Tuesof thu city, oojoted an automobile run day. Those who enjoyed this laiuntiful to Crab Orchard Springs last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs Tom ItalMrs. Mrs. Carlton Elkiu, Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. Miss Nancy Walker, Miss Edna Knvanaugh n'nl Miss Katherine Warriner. accompanied by Messrs W. d I!. Ilurton and Jacob Y. Itohinson, n party of visitors to Crab Orchard Springs last Saturday, Miss Warriner the honoree of the alTair, Mrs. and Mr. Eikin serving as chaperone, Robinson as urbane host. A brilliant social event of the season was the party given by Mrs. E. C. Gaines at her attractive home on Maple avenue. The honorees were Miss Ruth Lake of Terre Haute Ind.. Miss Ger trude Gaines of Stanford, Miss Mary Gaines of Crab Orchard, and Miss Fan Itallitr of Sharpsburg. The house and spacious veranda were beautifully decorated with Mower and potted pltnts, and the soft lights of the Japanese lanterns made the ard very attractive. Music was furnished by the victrola. The ices and cakes were pink and white Those with tiny silk flags as faors. receiving with Mrs. Gaines were Miss Lake and Mr. Frank Tinder, Miss Gertrude Gaines and Mr Hilly Mason, Miss ItatlilTand Ml. Milton Elliott, and Miss Mary Gaines nnd Mr. Robert Kinnaird. The other guests in attendance were Miss Alice Itigney and Wesley Dicker-son- . Miss Charlotte Pollitt and T. J. Price Jr. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs and Edwin Walker, Miss Hemic Lear and IJilis Tinder, Miss Elizabeth Ford and John McRoberts. Miss Pearl Dickerson m.d Charles Sanders. Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson and William Kavauaugh, Miss Lida Rainey and Cecil Ilrown, Miss Martha Tinder and Harry Rainev, Miss Caroline Allen of Lagrange and William Miller, Miss Florence Johnson and Charles Dotv, Mis Mamie Stormes Dunn tnd Joe West, Mil's Annie Hellu llurnside and J. Wade Walker, Miss Alia Dale Durr and Robinson Cook, Hrewer Lay ton "of this vicinity and Chyles Henry of Ml Sterling. NOTICE. Virtually ecry umnteur l!cleHup em tor In the I'lilled Suites stands read,.- - nt a moment's imltcr to e.iier the nrmj 's radio servln- - In )Iexh I'. It I'liainU'rs of LIMII An Ii tret I'hlliidolphi i. nu expert on Ihe xibjeet of wireless telegraphy mil u :ir i .or of the Wiieless Association of I'euus;. I vnnh. made this M.itemeiit Mi Cham I cis hai a radio statin. at hi. home 'ei retar. of War linker re ently suit us u clruilur letter asking us If we demanded it. would. If the sere In the radio corps," Mr. Cham bers said. "As you know, when we our licenses we virtually specify that In the event of a foreign Invasion or at such time the gou'rutneut desires our son Ices, we shall stand icady to assist." Mr. Chambers said that the more cx pert of the wireless operators will have charge of a corps of operators. There will he many hundreds of amateur operators, he bald, who are eligible to these posts. "Amateurs do not necess irlly mean Inexperienced operators." .Mr. Chambers continued. "As applied to wireless nu amateur Is a person who Is In the work for the love of It one who does not accept money for his serv Ices." Sir Hiram Maxim. Mr. Chambers said, had done a great deal to give the amateur radio unrators a chaiue. It was at his suggestion tint Hie speed lest held lat Washington's birthday was made In this test the enilre country was eoercd by amateurs In something less than an hour and a half. "In the ecnt or n foreign Invasion." Mr. Chambers said, "the whole couu try could lc Informed uf thu actions of hostile armies In an Incredibly short space of time. The amateur wireless operators will be of Invaluable service hi the future." Regarding Mexico. Mr. Chambers said that It was strange that General 1'unston cannot, keep In closer touch with the movements of the punitive expedition. Either the ground Is sandy or the Held radio machines are lundeiiuate. If the amateurs were called to the service, he said, there would tie such an army uf them that the messages would not fall to reach their destination. PAY More Having withdrawn from the firm of R. Mount, Son & Co., to go into other business, I desire to thank my customers for the patronage and request that they come in and 'settle their J. accounts and notes new, as I need the money to put into my new business. Respectfully, John M Mount. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. The Cortright Shingle has a record of twenty-fiv- e ears un n roof without leak. This roof is good today. I havt the exclusive agency for this shingle and 'would be pleased to quote you I can furnish jou building maprices. terial of any kir.d and would be pleased to have you call me. C. S. Roop, Carpenter and Contractor, J. Cartersvillc. Ky. Tuberculosis Deadly. In a modern battle 100.(100 men maybe killed and wounded, but the tubercle bacillus slaughters HT.Om) of our citizens yearly, ami l.fiiio.ooo remain Infected, the greater number of whum will die of tuberculosis. For Polishing Furniture. The polish generally Used on mission furniture Is the dull wax llnish. If. Instead of applying only wax, alter linte iimls of boiled linseed oil and wax ure ucil. a pu!lh will be obtained which is brighter mid more durublu-thai''e ordinary i!nlh. ,Jr l Saif by .iral Contrnrtors or Cortright Metnl Konlini! l' ."() North 23rd Street I'liHutlel.iliin. Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phonos 33!) F ur 8.1. All Occasions. Prompt AlteMion All Orders Receive J.E.EDWARDS. M.D BUCKEYE, KY. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. DICKERS0N-PREW1T- T. spread wire fig mowing Hav Many Exclusive Features Whi:h Make Them Superior To Moa rs of Any Other Make. iee Mowing Machine K)jsrH nil (ho good features of n good Improvements, moil of which nro exclusive with the. Deerlng like iiml should Iiiivii on your new machine. chief of the feature are, long enduring iUiiIIIivd, light ilrnft, effective rn.' g levers. Ilexlblo gang arrangement, nodangor of cutter bar bond-lubuckhu knife breaking, A clean ahoar cut the full length of thu mower har. rein j iUs wearing plates, external main gear, rigid main frame, coup-lin- t; hur has number of distinct features possessed hy nu other mower. Easy Pole U strengthened. Easy on homes , spring lacker board. to replace p ami operali hihI let us ahow this splendid mower or send for attractive illusCome trated book t .living full descriptions of the full line of Deerlng Machines. s tan . ca i Mrs. Henry Lloyd and little son, ian). Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Walker and Henry Lloyd, Jr., who have been visit- Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Tomlim.011. ing Dr. and Mrs Frazee in Maysville, Lieutenant A. A. Tiippel of I'hoenix have joined Mr. Lloyd here fur the Arizona, has been visiting Misses Alice summer. Hudson Uigney and Charlotte Pollitt, trip Mr. and Mrs. William G. Anderson and was honoree of an automobile presided at u handsome dinner at their to Camp Nelson, and sojourn Monday home in the west stirburh, the honorees evening at Crab Orchard Springs, being Mr. and Mrs. Hcriahm Young, Lieut. Trippel, Misses itigney and Poof Panama. llitt being accompanied on these exeur-ki'in- s by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. llurnside. Miss Mary Doty ami Miss Jane Doty of Mr. and Mrs. II. 10. Thomas, who have been the of Lancaster, guests of Mrs. J. Kockwell Smith for Horse Cave, have been making a moa few days left yesterday for their toring trip through thu llltio Grass Region, siting Louisville, Frankfort, home Messenger. Lexington, Nicholasville, Versailes, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ti. Hnstldcu Danville, High and Shakertuwu, and sous, "J. It " and Duncan, atten- llridge, enroule to thu place where ded the Itealty Company lot sale, con- they were guests for several dayt of ducted by Mr. Joe S. Haselden in t lie Mrs.-K- . P. Ilruv.n, leaving for their adjacent city on Monday und Tuesday, home Monday. Rev. J. W. lleagle former pastor, of thu Lancaster llaptist church, was n n,l Mr. V I Me vlii.-.,- t I claw en route to bis home in Georgetown, after holding a revival at High land, Lincoln county, Mrs. II. A. II Uarkbury who had expected about three weeks ago to leave fur an extended visit to the Hoosier State, but was detained because of the illness of her daughter, Mrs, II. Clay Sutton, departed u few days since for Itichmond. Ind.. where alio will be for some time with her daughter, Mrs. A, II. Itice. Miss Edna Lindsey Gulley, who has been in tno Teachers' Training School at Indianapolis, Irom which school she was graduated in May, will shortly at. rivo to spend the sunurer hero with Lancaster relatives. In September she will go to Winnipeg, Manitoba tu Dr. J. A Ainons Dr. J. M. Acton, Dr. J. II. Kinnaird and Dr. Virgil Kin naird were recipients of Invilatioiu to attend a baigo party given hy the Fayette County Medical Association at Ilrooklyn llridge, between Harrods-bur- g and Lexington on Tuesday night, I'liu I) mower with which nu v Am r"t! "Y ! BEII ER PHON & BALLARD BRY ANTSVILLE, Ky. several of the Lancaster M. D's, complimenting the assemblage with their presence. Mr. Charles Vaught, of Itichmond and Mr. John McIEoberts, of Lancaster spent the day here yesterday, the guests of ft iemU Mr. Milton Klliott of Lancaster sent the af lernoon here yesterday with friends ... Mrs, II. A. II. Markshurv is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Louis Landrail), and Mr Landram at their home on Third street. Mrs, Marksbury will go from here to Itichmond, Virginia, where she will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs, ille A. II. Itice and Mr lilce.-Danv- teach. Advocate The wedding of Miss Jennie Lee Dickerson to Dr. K. P. Prewitt was solemnized before a few friends and lelatives at the home uf the bride on Main street, Thursday at 1 2 ; " noon. Thu stairway and the entire lower tloor of the benutiful homo was tlirowii open and decorated with sweet peas, Killar-ne- y loses and Southern sinilax. In the drawing room, potted plants ami other rich foliage were gracefully arranged and here, before an iniprovislied altar the marriage vows were taken. At tile appointed hour. Miss Mary Louise Covington sang "O. Proinite Me", tntn the bridal airty tiled slowly down the stairway, whPe Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville, played softly the wedding First came march from Mendelssohn the two pretty little llower girls, Misses Sarali Cosby and Mary Katherine Ilran-denbucarrying baskets of sweet peas, followed by the Maid of Honor, Miss Katie Mae Dickerson and Mr. A. It. Crawford, Miss Sue Garrett, of Mid dlesboro, bridesmaid and .Mr. W. E. Dickerson, Last came the hridt dressed In a dainty traveling suit of grey silk and carrying a large bouipiet of white roses, her baud resting on the arm of the groom. The bride and groom were met at the altar by Rev. J. It. Reynolds who pro. nounced them man and wife, using the llaptist ceivmouy. After receiving congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. l'rewitl left on the L. & N. train for Iuisville, where they will spend several days before leaving fur Klkton where thev will make their future home. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs, Mary Dickerson and is one of Richmond's most attractive and handsome girls. The groom Is a prominent young dentist of Klkton Ky. ( Among the out of town guests were; UP; You THIRST DOWN. Zirn Less You Drink, Health Folk Say. Take It right from the unimpeachable authority of the New York health department's monthly bulletin, ti sure way to vaii'pilsh the demon rum Is tu get the boss to ruh-- jour pay and cut otf n few hours of work. This may sound paradoxical, but so may some of the other pithy points emphasized by the bulletin's dissertation on thu subject, is, fur Instance, tho following: "The expenditure for beer shows a sternly deellne as wages Increase." dlscoteied that the "It has also man who work the longest hours per day spends the mot tluio In the saloon." "There Is no doubt that the moving picture show Is up to the present date tho most stn ccsful rival uf the saloon." "Married men spend more time In the saloon than do single men. Twice us many married men go to the saloon us do single men." SHE SET A Tho man who must tiitch up coi , mskc drive to transact social calls, summon I'.sl.i In emergencies? Do yea tjoc sv.o on the rosd end mkw t'.'.v highest prices, for your crops becauw you are not In closa touch with the market. bujl.-WM- the Or do you sens) your voice over telepnctoJotbe. TRAP FOR HUBBY. Suspicious Wife Cures Him of the Traditional Falling. Tho wife of a Dorehsstcr (Mass.) man forwho had the traditional fulllng-- ho got to mull h tter-l- nu cured him. The mall Is dellieied at their home before tho brenkfa-- t hour, which Is comparatively lute One morning she said to "Did jou have any mall this morning, dear" "Only a circular," he answered as be bit Into a Hue brown slice of least. "M'tii." said wife, "lly tho way, did you mall the letters I garo j'ou yester- her bt'iband: a big handicap. If you are drop a postal today to The man w Ithuut a telephone hss that man BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY and have a representative tell you how little a telephone will cost you. day?" "Sure I did." was tho righteously In dignant reply "Well." answered wife, with on eloquent smile, "it's funny, then, you hud no letter this morning, because one ot those I guve jou to mall was addrcsscd-tyou-J- ust us a sort of key," Western Electric Telephones guarantee you best service. The Central Record, Thursday July 13 I9l5. m Little Stories From the Front That Give Keen Insight Into Daily Lives of National Guardsmen. boys are at the front, and U proud of them. likes to know what they are dolus, how they nre faring In Texas, nud the little things that arlso In their dally life, always n ii HE if How One Married Man, Who Insisted on Teaching Son to Fight, Drooped Dead En Route to Texas. Captain Boyd for sou' men." Colonel OufT i in tune and an aiitldoto administered1!-- ! foro It had n chanco In work." Major Amerson Isaiind a warning to all of the men to tnka rnro la putting on their garments In innko suro not IhiIxkiikis InixTt worn In o session. Jntrap m mjmhi m4 m ,rl', a.n.r. r iimI Mr rmt wiui OL'It tlghtlu' Three Million Auto Tires made I'lsk had nji extra ticket, and I'rlvsto Cox traveled, aa hU guest gu I) company's car. prove luterostlng. So by GOODRICH, in year 1915 Obsen'o that comnetintr Prices are hinher in almost the exact proportion is smaller. This, when Quality approaches the Goodrich Standard. Cut our 1915 Tiro Output (of 3,000,000 Auto and Truck Tires) to and it would still far exceed the Averape of all Competing Makes or brands. But, that huge reduction in Volume MIGHT result in every Tire we made d MORE than present prices. costing you They would not.and could not, be BETTER Tires, at this necessarily higher-coto J 'oh. to Us, and higher-pric- e Because, Goodrich Tires are not made "up to a price," nor "down to a price." these llttlo ato-rlc- Want Everlasting Ice. that VOLUME of production s I TUDY the Price - List publicly printed below. Compare with the list-rncof other lires maac in Lhbbhilt es Volume. One-thir- One-thir- st Exneri- of all. make the BEST Fabric Tires that our huge Purchasing-Powe- r, and the ence in Rubber-Workinmost Advanced Equipment, renders ixjssible. Then wo let Cost fall where it will. To that Cost we add a moderate, and fair, Profit for Ourselves and for our "E. first g, Then wo lot VOLUME rise. as it will. The more Tires wo Make, the LESS each Tire COSTS us f j produce, and the lam It cost3 YOU to buy them. The more Tires we Sill, the less profit, per Tire, WE NEED, for dividends. The w"2 Tires we make, the better we KNOW HOW ts make them, the more vi I.ivo c t Stako on Quality, and Satisfaction to Consumers. And. because of all this, The BEST Fabric Tires that Skill, Experience. Good-Faitand Maximum Volume, can build, are now available to YOU at the VERY MODERATE Fair-LiPrices here quoted. Why pay more for ANY Fabric Tire ? THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, 0. Dealers. havo been selected from tbo great General Parker, at UrownsvUW, has amount of news that U sent from tho received Lr'ormntlou that a wealthy resident of New York wants to present border: each soldier In tho New York division Returns With Father's Body. with something that will bo ot use to TIio body of Color Sergeant Samuel him lu tho Held. The geueral has been asked to dextgnato what tho boys ought Garrett of the Fourteenth Infantry, N. Y. N. O., who went from llrooklyu to to have, ami he U stumped. Tho government ruruLsncA Its soMlen faco the perils of war, but found death waiting for him this sldo of the Itlo with every necessity and ull that a Grande, has been rcturno.l. Ho drop soldier cau carry of Mire. The moat acceptable present from tbo phllau ped dead the other evening. The lono escort of tho body Is George, tnroplc New Yorker would 1h an hull Garrett, bugler of Cornpatiy C and a vtdual cake of everlasting Ice. which ton of the dead man. Tho father went could bo carried In n soldier's trousers with the colors for the expressed pur- pocket or hat pose of "teaching that kid how to get along straight In tho army." Halt Wear Hats. When the president called for tho naBrigadier General Djer. who was at tional guard Colonel I'oote, command one time colonel of tho Twelfth New York, has found It necessary to n peremptory order that tho soldiers must wear their hats lu tho sun. Tho I Texas sunshine Is strung enough to , scramble the brains of one not lu tho. habit of exposing bis dome to tho bluo . of heaven. At 4 o'clock lu tho afternoon General Dyer Issued orders that all the men of tbo Twelfth not engaged In necessary work should rrnwt Into i the shelter of their tents. At that hour With Massachuietti Hen. ?AT CORN Ovtr u Polk ntciiuo In Morulugslde but hftffmlflti im hiilgbts, northwest of Fort ltlNi. the wismr Mini. Kiuiimpip l niubiiUnco corps Flr lmv set up dinky little pu tents nud occupy io untlro fluid, w It lathe wcep-lloIflt, S0 and It ,00. W (1iraU of thvlr fellow service men of the corps nud the field lsn:il corps ho'pltnl of the Massachusetts command. Little Ilnl Cross. Hugs Hawed lu the hot brevre, and Uiu signal con" men lay U .VI Mcltobortu, DrucRiat, I.nnctstt under their touts nil day, eating Ice cream roues mid, fanning themselves While they slept nud lite a gang or .Mexican hibornrs lu eniuninnd of Grn em! Jon? Vh ha Lux (Joseph of the Light), lllauna, Mndero's ranking general and sKsiH'Inlo of Villa In the .Ma. dero revolution, dug water main (rendu eft, grubbed Spanish dagger plants from tbo ground the rocky mil and General of grrnie wuod mid sage. Illancn haa cuti'rcdirrvin tho field and ,ls now a watecworks. foreman. .Massm-lmset- tf as 1 awvata JersDjiles, at Douglas. A aud II batturlrs of tho New Jersey field nrtttltry were sent to Douglas, Aril, presumably to relieve regular cavalrymen. It Is reported t tint the to the San eaTalry will vaUey. east of Douglas, to pro. tect Its mrse supply of cattle, horses and forage frvin iwll)lo bandit forays. A regtmeot of New Jersey Infantry, two troops tf cavalry and n slgunl com- - sljUilUSrBaaaIUaa A- U tvl WALL PAPER to K rtom, ton ll rvfltxtl cLhV.ii lK ol Alfred Pcnts "Prize" Wnll Papers itbluKi thtr utWitVtU lat of tK ri x9 (mptl tV crth tnJ lion no J r Mtiml to TK hovi, lovk rnc. ntir th rns Inirwl lKt vti it llom for ldtt vtnr niit rJ JaMrit wtll iUv miu(s aliJn huw ttifl ' rPr4, lh omlr DcMtto 1U, ptk-- . in thm r. low the heat was blistering, and the bos-pltal eiirpi was getting a lot of practical Held duty. Eiii at alr Ar(Ur fWnuKcaL - h, st Goodrich Iiuf. should any dissatisfaction "Fair-List- " Prices These Tires are as perfect as Fabric Tires can be made. whatever arise, with any Goodrich Tire, its Owner is invited, and REQUESTED, to take the matter up promptly with us, the Makers. lie will find that Hair, Square, and LIBERAL, treatment will always be extended, on all proper adjustments. THE D. F. GOODRICH CO.. Akron. O. between 1'rlrate Ilrown and tliernule. The mule won, but Private Ilrown er of the Fourteenth, told the married 37x5 men of bis regiment that "the young came out of the encounter with glory men were the ones to go." Samuel and mud and also equipped with much knowledga of mule strategy. Garrett at once sought hU chief. "I'm one of the married men who perhaps should remain at home to take War Camp Lingo. care of my wife," he told tho colonel. Here's tho way the soldiers say It: I have carried tho flag of this "But Mulo skinner a teamster. regiment for nearly n decade, and I Sinkers dumplings. Just can't see It go to tho front In any Dean shooter- - a commissary officer. other hands. I've served the I'nltcd ck Illack coffee States as a sailor too. I'm ready to Ilowlcgs a cavalryman. serve her again." Uutchcr the military barber. "Hut thero are plenty of younger men Clt- -n citizen. w ho are eager for service," It was sugCits clvllhm clothes. gested. "Dou't you think It's their turn Dough puncher a baker. now 5" Punk army bread. "No, sir, I don't," returned Garrett Salt hors. pickled lork. The following day he returned to.the Old skipper company captain. armory with a radiant smile on his Grayback's retniit the guardhouse. face. Does for your SHOE Soles what black "Barefoot-R33 "I've got to go," he tuld his officers. ubber" docs for Goodrich Tire Soles. "You see, my son Is Just nineteen, and With St. LouIj Men. It was myself who directed him to en During thaourncy of tho St Louis I It more Flexible than Leather! If Wtm longer than Leather! list In thU regiment Why, he's Just a troops one day was through dry terrl- ! Lifbtcr than Leather! Is HASIEK on your Feetli Ii Watcrprooll kid. So I'll have to go along with the tory. "Nobody Dry I Knows youngster to protect htm and to show was sung by tho men. How officersAm" Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Textan Soles on your next pair of Shoes. The bad him how to bo a soldier." a different version. The chorus was as This logic was not Contented. So follows: when the Fourteenth entrained Ser- Oil. take ma to that happy land geant Gurrt-t- t marched with youthful Whera ins rher of IUr I found. steps at Its head, proudly bearing the And slno gin Itlckeys nil tha air. And hlstiballH roll on tbs Kroumt. stars und stripes. A quiet little woman HUlitalla roll cm the KnTUndT who woro a gray shawl was at the What? Highballs Sural roll on tha k round. artnory with a wife's kiss for tho ser Though nearly all tho mrmleni of geant and a mother's kiss fur tbo the colonel's staff ore gifted with melbugler. lifluous voices, tho staff quartet Is tho pride of tho regiment Tho members Picked Up New Soldier. are Colonel Donnelly. Captain Nulsen, One of the New York specials car- Major Cruncr and Major Ilurgbcr. Lancaster are the guests of their grand MT. HEBRON Led by S. ll. Guthrie, the hospital ried a new passenger a negro with parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson the legs iiiul the uniform of u cuvulry corps woke up mine of tho sleepy towns lu Arkansas with this Mt. Hebron Sunday School July 2nd. man to camp. Miss Luvina Montiromere left Mon yell: 8?. lie boa nlel the train In the yards nt day for Hamilton Valley where she man, dwid man. Miff; Dallas surreptitiously and but on tho Well man, Miss Christine Speaks is victim of will be with her sister. Mr p. Jas. Ham slice 'em tho din. steps of Company L) car until tho con Cut 'em up. tumorous, up, Humoioue, meatles. iltop. ductor catno along. Tho conductor Klrat Missouri Infantry blood and Kora; Hospital tori OF sold to Mr. II. 11. Mr. Clus Duncan knew there hud been no black soldiers Mr. and Mrs. Speed Sherrow of BOURBON POULTRY CURE on tho Aluntgomeiy a calf for $20. train and told tho cavalryman lourne are very happy over the arrival First Saako Bite. th diiokfogr water (among other things) that he would be la Mr. Robert Speaks bought of Mr. I. of a baby boy on the 1G inst. christened Makes Hens Laj Amiilngly dropped off at the first stop. VenomouN fuiiun of the tropics nicked Speaks a calf, price $30. E Herbert Colonel I'lsk heard of the "stow- Ibelr rat victim. l.lcuteuiMit Charles Cure Roup. Colds, Cholera. Mr. Edgar Duncan gold to Mr. II. It. Llmberneck Preveota T. Keating of an Illinois regiment away" and went to Investigate. Mrs. Snrgs and little son cf FrankOne 30c bottl. makes 12 Montgomery a calf, price $25. "Where did you come from? Who was getting ready for retreat Ho e allona ot medicine-At drag. fort were the guests, last week of picked up his cout from his tent cot aittaorbrraailDoitDald. Vain- - arc your he demanded. Mm. Sallie Jennings of Lexington is Mr and Mrs W. U. Montgomery 3 abla poultry book frea. at and thrust his arm Into the sleeve. A The darky grinned conclllatlngly. tho truest of her riatcr Mrs. Dean. IOOI!0BaOTCO. liHiitai, If. tack No 8. scorpion exerted the claims of priority. "J. L. Cox, sab," he Bald, saluting Mr. Jas. Mayfiel'I left last week for "I'rlvato In Iv troop. Tenth cavalry, Lieutenant Keating dropped the coat Mrs. J. W. Logan of Matoon. III., Sold by J. R. Mounl.Son & Co. niul tumbled tho ikiIsoiiuus Insect to j. stay with relatives in Lexington. sab." who has been spending a few weeks "IC troop of the Tenth?" echoed the tent floor. In attempting to tramUr. Ed Grow sold to Mr. Thomas with relatives here, left Saturday for ple It he narrowly escaped a second Colonel FUk. lllcka some corn at $125 per barrel, Lexington, thence to Tremble county It was but Private J. L. Cox hadn't bite, us It made a fastening on his lounly Court Oajs. VV. S. Howling who lias been and will return home the latter part of lira. ho- k. A side kick killed It been In that affair at Carrlzal. rfjuite tick with flux Is Improving slowly the week. Lieutenant Keutuig reiwrted at ouce "Jes before that I got a furlouph to Richmond, 1st. Monday, go seo my ma In Fort Worth." be ox to Mnjor George C Amerson, chief of Messra. Chas McMillan and Elmer The vicinity was greatly shocked on i'aris, 1st. Monday. plained. "Now I'm harrying to Colum the rcilmriilal medical corps, and was II. in am of Orchard Grove are on the last Thursday afternoon by the death Frankfort, 1st. Monday. bus as fast as I ran without any money tie;itr l and to the hospital. oick list. of little J. I Crank, son of Mr. and Harrodaburg, 1st. Monday. to go back to Carrlzal and help lean "Thero Is no danger," said Major Ur. and Mrs. V. N. Grow of Pleas Mrs. Leonard Crank. He was sick Lexington, 2nd. Monday. 'em up. I knowed Captain Morey and Aturrtion. "The poUota was taken In ant Hill were with Mr- - Ed Grow and about 40 minutes from some unknown Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. cause. Dr. Hose arrived shortly after iife Saturday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday, Mr. Armster Urunner, of Jessamine his death lie was two years and ten Danville, 3rd. Monday. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed months old, was a bright child and much loved bv his family and friends. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Grow Tuesday night. Funeral services wero held at the Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mrs. I'eachle Grow and Miss Sallie Kev. J. W. Mahan on FriMt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Uarker of Locust Grove spent last church by p. day at 3 m. Interment In Mt Somerset, 3rd. Monday. week with relatives and friends here. Hebron cemetery. Much svmrathv la Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Ur. and Mrs. J. E. Sberrow and two extended the parents and s LANCASTER. 4th. Monday) Per Year In Advance. mm. Mr. Author I'reston and wife tt and msy they, through their sorrew, Wlncheater, 4th. Monday. (ended' services at Georgetown Sundae, be able to say "nit my will but Thine Montlcello. 4th. Monday. Misies Ethe and Stella Bratton, of' be done". Versailles, 4th. Monday. Lancaster, Kentucky. 30x3 30x32 32x3'i 33x4 ) J " (Safety-Tread- s) .... Ford Sizes Mixup With a Male. The well known but Inexplicable of the army mule was rvsiwn slble for an exnslt-rntlnand nt the time niimIn; scries of episodes In the etimps of the Seventh, Seventy-tlrs- t nud I the Twelfth of New York. Especially i recalcitrant nre the mules of tho Sot-- i enth. Ily orders of Colonel Flak n corral wns being erected around the faith ful, noisy but essential aids to the sol idler when the preliminary dut storm that heralds a tnln lu that part of Tex. as catno hlUMcrlng out of tlie cast The mules decided the corral wns no place for them, and several Jutucd the barrier and went In the geueral direction of Mexico. It was time for quick action. One ft the first men to grab a mule and attempt to suIhIuc It wns I'rlvato Thorn aWjCaBfcaKSAmalaalaMBBaaaaaW , J I WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick. Ky. sLVI aBLLw Personal Stationery Sliould be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. $10.40 $13.40 $15.45 $22.00 34x4 35x41: 36x4j " (Safety Treads) $22.40 $31.20 $31.60 $37.35 Photo by American rreaa Association. Txxas oinLa oiieetish roBU. J. Ilenont tux nora ix usi. ton Ilrown of Couiiaiiiy K, a cousin of Morgan. A moving picture concern wuutd liave given u million dollars for a film of tho wrestling match 'sJam-tf- r It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. IBRHaaKiA. Lire. pany also left westward for an utiau uouuca! Hilnt along tho bonier. General George Hell, Jr., announced tbnt he had employed a cort of under takers to go to Carrlzal to bring here the bodies of tho Atuerlcnn soldiers killed III the engagement there. The undertakers will go tutu Mexico under ivrsoiial guarantee of safety from Gen era! Alraro Obregon, Mexican mtiilster of war. uoBUEH Goodrich Black "Barefoot" y Plioto by American I'reaa A a (elation. ur TBoorxn wim a axsiuilatxu Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. 'I'liii Central Record. stm-bla- TIRES "TEXTAN Lancaster Motor Car Co. Distributors for Garrard County. How Maloney Made Weight. The happiest man In tho Illinois section Is Jlmmle MaLmey of Troop K. Jlmtnle, lie It said. Is n Mrntegl.it. He Is a light lad with n pleasant, likable face. Jlmmle feared ho wouldn't make tho weight required by army rules I IX) iKiunds. Jlmmle did weigh more than this before he went to Sprliiglleld. but hard drill knocked off live pounds Tho night federal examination JlmnUo weighed himself 1 IS jhiuiiiIs A chill ran along his Iwclc Jlmmle anro whs going to Mexico but, an Uea Jlmmlo went to the pump and drank long and deep, lie did this many times When he stood on the scales of futo tho next day ho was six (Hiunds over weight, and when It wus all over Jim nito's sober face relaxed aud be chuckled. iiiiii liSlllv Mexican Flag, Lieutenant Itunsehkolli of St. Louis pnqiouiidfd n i uzzler. He Inquired us to the colors mid design of the Mexican Hag. Colonel Donnelly grinned, but ventured not one won). L'uptalu I'rccii Nul-e- u o.ilil he (lliln'i know what It looktsl like, but that he would get one for the staff corresiinl cuts soon ufter arriving nt the Uiriler Major Gruner snld tho question was Idle, ns tlie restdelits of that troublous laud awoke each morning under a dlf A FEW blood-thlrst- MiW ! DROPS I 11 i. fcrcnt Hag. This cloncsl tha argument More Silo Less Money Mala no deal for a alio without tiling our fguiei and fisturea. Wa give more and belter anchorage. Suunchtr door (ramc. Steel. hinged, four.Iatch door, Slttl sttp ladder, step every 18 inchea. Dctlercompara. tivs construction throughout Heat In Laredo. The townspeople of Laredo hall the advent of tho troops with delight. They do not fear the Mexicans Indeed, It Is the other way aroiiiid-b- ut soldiers spend money, and Laredo Is gelling - ready fur a boom. Concerning the Intense heat here, the Inhabitants llko to repeat the story told of Laredo "bad men" lu border days of the past. When they died and passed away to a merited berth In the lower regloui-he- re tho teller of the tale always :huckles-th- ey took their blankets ivllh them. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our diadi kiamtn ol alavaa anj ha. Israa anil amalUa aJliJig anil cparabaf naaa mora J tor Ut aionajr iKm aJa wa Siva yau. a The Central Record $1.00 grand-parent- Producing Colored Silks. It has been found that l.v fondinir silkworms partly on mulberry leaves uuu purtiy on usage leuves, being extremely careful with the ullowauces of tho two foods, thev eun Iim ttinih to produce red and blue silk. Colored thread has been obtained by feeding the worms on dved leaves, tint this method Is not practical on a com mercial scale. The natural color of raw silk Is yellow or whlto. aiaa napur mt ttlUK Irxaaa ll -- iff KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. V. Klncald, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. IIASELOEN llltOS. Agents for Garrard County. 4 The Central Record, Thursday July 3, 1 19 1 6 i Danville's Big Fair For New Management $2,500.00 1916 THE GROUNDS. I In Premiums. Splendid Attractions. Big Roadster Ring Every Day 3 izzxzTxaaa zil-iitj- ui 2&xss3tBKrxartBeaxttsusamM&xvni&a ON LADIES FREE THE FIRST DAY. LITTLEJOHN'S BIG CARNIVAL HUGH TARKINGTGN, President. Katherine Elder of Louisville. John Simpson of Nichnlasvllle. Mm Minnie Perkily (if Middlesbora hi Iwn the guest of Mr J Hogan , I the truest of Mr tlicabelli Ilurgen. lUllard thu week. Mr and Mr (ireen also Mm. Itnv Orrell nnd children of Kin., ciy Wittier, of Lancaster were Sunday f ir dinner I. P. P., Ihi irrelwt of tkln rfmsdls. been visiting Mr t'lw. Perkins. their curd on Sivc will rrraote tline un.lctitljr and troublefour Mr. WUeler of Shell.) ville. Stale some atkla afflictions that Lave mailllclilnc. nnil Mr Illrnni Cox of l.elnno tmnlt-n- . t'r That intntrraM life the W. C. T. U. wb here I. limine unci illsronifnrt lll disappear Ul4 IIU Kiln Wilch of ttjcholasville Organiier tlie made Induence of this rrtaetir. It Wednesday 'Veiling and cave n very liss nirnl lusojr eaMes prnnuunnl e re ',iiting Mra J. II. Deanv (interesting litUc at the Methodist church anil 1U reach mir cn.e. It will tskl u nnd arid Jutt a tut tnomits to stc t tn anil aikway Mr m l Mr. J. (' William also org&Ltftd a Chapter at tin In tbe vhat our eiprrlfnee hat you ti We r.f sstlitlM cunlomiTs. guel a, stored loCrabOrrharcSpriny place. Wry feu knew that Mrs Wheel l 00. rlre U l P. a trial. 2.1c, fine ami buttl.t Thursday evening for ilimux unless er wa to be hr at the announcement lour meiie back 1). p. tho tint i. S.uip ki.ci'5 Jour It agate, (villi wa only maile tie dnv before but it Is MlfT ton. Master hill li Ua Iicalttir. Ak us about It. Mr unit Mri II. (I Kennedy after wait- h pid that tpilte a large number will "W--w For IS Tears ing hi grandmother nt t rub Ouimnl li- - pnx'iit at the flint meeting and the MM ,he Standard Mive Ocll lixl June Howling. Sltt name, of several other member secur Skin Itemed (irow. Mrair Hobert Hutchinson ed. The following officer were elected aiMaBaaaaaBaasBaaall Mi It. K. MclCobertn. I .a isle, . Ky. Mr II. ('. unif Dm III ttnnkiri sent Sunjny nt Miia Eliza I "on. Presid-ii- t. I AUGUST Mir ml Mr I i 7 rd and 4th, 191 J. V. K. BEECHER ADAMS, Secretary. ii r Hit YAN1S VILLI? Famous Wash Heals Skin on-ilacnr-aM- vices nt the Methodist church Satur dav night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Cummins and ' s-- uv v: r i tn DTV their guest visited Mr. and Mra. A J. Thompson near Danville. Mr. and Mrs. J II. Thompson and family monored to Lexington ami spent the day Wednesday. Kverybody here is glad to have Mrs. II. T. Lunsford back home again. S.ie i much improved in health. Sclllllll hei'nn lli.ri, Mnmlne u'ith Cyrus JnhrMin ne teacher nml Mis Ilettie Miller as assistant Mr. Silas Anderson of Stanford is veiling her son, Mr. John II. Anderson. She I ill her Utst year. I BWi rMd muj of !&eSkcp l Pr For Scratched Tables Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork If? WT? lluW-J-- . Mrs. Walter Arnold Arnold still conjind Miss Maymo Mallard, romlition. tinue in iUitc a Her man) friends are hoping for an improvement fciHlll. fever. Mr Ado Klnnaird aril dautf liter. Mil Mr. (J. C. Kennedy has been iiuite Tues-daIiwli llermlon, of Atlanta, cune CHILDREN NO EXCEPTION ill of llux. for a visit to Mr and Mr J. li'k'nn Mr. M. V. Lawrence has been quite " Ilsllard at la Lancaster As Elsewhere Youlh And ill of I'lool (Kiison. Mr Jai II. Lenvell, who wa hurt in Mr. Joseph Cress is up and out after an accident several wesks ago in Age Suffer Alike From Kidney Gall Stones, Cancer and L'lcers of the a short illness of measles along nicely uixl hi friend hope Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Cumir.in and Stomach ami Intestines, that lie will imi lw nble to be out - Weakness. tlon. Yellow Jaunuice, Appendicitis and firmly were in Lancater Saturday. Mr. J. H Kinnaird, Mr. Emma Stom-- , Mrs. Jaine3 Miller and family at- other fatal ailment reMilt from ? Jligginhutham anil Mm. Kirby of ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach I vour child weak, frail and pale? tended church at Good Hope Sunday. accompanied Mr. Wheeler and Sufferers owe their complete recovery No control over tli kidneys' action? ami helped 10 v'W"1" t,1- - ,ucal W- - . I'rof Cvru Juhnjon and wife visited to Mavr's 1,'emedy. L'niike Kidney weakness M :t nerioU! Iliirii T- U- Chapter. ap.J .McKinnej. any other for Stomach Ailment. relatives at Mori'lani For Par too serious to overlook. by K. K. McHobert in Lancaster, ... It may mean a lite of sickliness. Itev. il 1. Httr of ll.e I'Iia... Master Koscoe Kennedy has been ... , ale everywhere. Of sun burns from !!l'.J'ii,g Grove church conducted services Sun Carrie." Profit ti, in the creek. and drUgtts day afternoon at the residence of Mr. Ue Doan'a Kidney 1'ilN. y A live II. Y. I'. U. meets each S.iin Hase'den. A very good crowd Kmlorsed by l.ancaatrr parent. I'AINT LICK evening at the llaptist church at win in htlejviKe Head thi I.ancanter molher's en- 7:110. Kliss Christine Metcalf H visiting , Mr IIiikIi Tuniliiwen of Toledo Ohio dorsement; Miss Nannie Hollzclaw i visiting frienils in Artemis. returned home Mondnv after visiting Mrs. II. ".. Crutrhfield. Stanford St , Lawrence, near White her aunt, Mr I)r Snowden of Winchester was a re- -' hit mother. Mr Henry Toinlinsoii ami Lancaster. sav: "My boy win greatcent visitor here. Mr Tomlinon accompanied ly 'rouhled by hi back nml kidney. jOuk. family. Mr. I). M. Anderson and wife visiled him home for a v.sit. Itev C. S. Ellis i a sufferer from He did not have proper control over the her sister, Mrs Carrie Traylor at lumbago at this writing. Mr W. T. Woolfolk and daughter. kidney secretions, which caused no end Stnuforil I he chilil also looKeii ot annoyance. MUse Anna Ia'h ami Marguerito Mis Mablo Hall is visiting friends in Mist Ituby I'arrisli ha been visiting of l.exiUKton. returned home last badly and I was constantly worried her uncle, M. 1'. Lawrence and faiujlv Frankfort and Uiuisville. TnursJay after spending a week here about hi health I began giving Doan's on Dick'a Itiver. Mis Lillie Coldiron who has been on with Mr K. II. llullard ami other Ki Iney Pill to Inni with mch goml re- I'rof. J. II. Hutchin and wife have the sick list is convaleMiig. atilt that 1 now a great deal better, relative. "'""ol Mrs C S. Kill lias returned from a I'rtco at all dealers. Don1! Sim- - "1"v'"' 10 a"l""- 110 wl" Mr. Frank Cnmt bell and daughter. l,""r'' visit to her patents at Kutler. uri"- Evelyn. Mia Anita Harlamert, Messrs ply ask for a kidney remedy get Dunns Mr S E Had of Ford visited his aunt Itev. Hell from the Theological Semi- Arch Harlamert. J. C. and Hubert King Kidney Tills the same that -Mrs. Koster-Mllnary at Uiuisville will preach Satur Mra J I) lliirch-- ll the past week. of Louisville, were thu guest of Mr. Crutchlleld recommend. 'day night and Sunday. Miss Mary Nel of Danville is the C. William for several burn Co.. Props . llulfalo. N Y. Bnd Mr. J " Ill lit. Key. J. K Hobliisoii conducted ser guest of .Mr. and Mr. J. II. Woods. week. daya last y "Pine-Crest.gel-tin- t; - Mr. I.. I.. Cunningham, Vice 1'r.sldenta. Mr. J. C. William. Trea.-ur- .i anil Koe Mr Mark Mungex and children. Mis Miriam and Master l'aul, of Kis.ummee Kla , Mr. and Mrs. Ira J Hoitclaw. of 1'KKACIIKKSVILLB Lancaster. Miss Hlizabetli I'etius, of Mis Nora Smith has been qinth sick. Springrield. and Miss Lucy 1'ettu have been guest of Mr F V Cummm and Mra. Newton Gill n ill of Uphold family. . licets a 1 places or ct Tate Spring, Tenn. Kound trip Excursion are on sale gaod until October 31st, via at Black Vr'V tsmwiwi MWlernrr on.1 C1o Lk Junaluska.) up :h; ii;o..ntaiii3 of Western Nortli Caroltra ere l.c. utiful and attractive resorts of Ashevillc, F'acJ: Mj..ntain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Tojzavr.-- , Waynesville, (Lake Junalusk?:, Flat Reck, Plot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation st r.:e cf these cool and delightful VVAY L'-skc d:., ron'c-enc- w SiW Stop-over- s tti 'hvovr Carrier cfieSuti Restores the ortaiml beauty no matter liuw hmjljr craiclirtt or ftollrd it's HooJsuiaBnUirnithcomhincJinone Cimics mfl Katuml lt'oo.1 coforf. nAi(, GMand Silver i.'naroc, fill Sun, Made and cuarantaed by PEASLEE-GAULHERT I I I : allowed Three special Low Fare: Excursions will be ru.i d tinj the summer. Ask for details. Agent, Southern Railway, or write. nxi i"rrma,ion s t Passcnj.r Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Todd. Distri li I .; CO. HIM T(B Louisville, Ky, trj lis11 zt Draw A Check .'"!.: CC&JE Stormes CARTERS VILLE. Miss l'arrie Clark who has been with typhoid fever, is better. I Mr and Mrs Dettie Robinson were the guest of Mr and Mrs F. I'. Ilryant, 1 1st Sunday. Mr and Mra Hoy Adnnu were the guest of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs C. F. Jennings, Monday, Mrs Clell Gallony of Villa Grove. III., was the pleasant guest of Mrs Susie Itenfro, Inst week. Mr nnd Mrs HlufTard Jennings were the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Allen, Saturday. The district school opened last Mon- day with Misses Eva Merryman and Katie Holtzclaw as teachers. Mistes Susie and Estella' Davis were Mr and guest of their grand-parentMrs J hn Davis, last Thursday night, ' Sun-da- for the money you ov-- and note how much mor respectfully your creditor-- r iJard you. They like to tfo business with a man who has an account at & tfie in "" The Garrard Bank Garrard Bank Trujt Co. Wool-fol- They know he is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. will grow all right. Better Thev & Trust Company b-- - mil urn ii ii iiiiii -- Mr nnd Mrs It. G. Woods and Mbs. bailie Woods spent Monday in IEichinoi d Mrs Fannin Walker of Lancaster, spent thu past week here thu guest of THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Iitillflin relatives. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus Vice 30,000. No. 5 The Bethlehem Steel Company's Offer to Serve the United States At n lime when llio expenses of the Government nre so enormous Isn't it worth whilu fimlinu otit the actual fuels before pliinging ahead into an cxpcndilure of $11,000,000 of the people's money for u Government armor plant? e To clear tip the whole situiilimi, nnd to put it tin ti basil in fair aiitl business-likit, wo now ninku this oiler to the Government: we know how to cxpu-- as The Bethlehem Steel Company will inaiiufaeture armor plate for tho Government of the United States at aetnal eost of operation phis such charges for overhead expenses, interest ami depreciation as the Federal Trade Commission may (iv. We will ayreo to this for such period as tho Government may designate. Tho llousoof Hepresentnlivos voted down a proposal to empower tho Federal Trado Commission to determine a fair price for armor, and allow privalo manufacturers opportunity to meet that price before tho Government built its plant. iSn't our proposition fair and ought it not to he accepted Tho measure is now before tho United States Senate. M. 6CIIWA1I, Ch.lrm.o EUOKNB Q. UHACK, IWJ.nl C11AS. ? Bethlehem Steel Company Mrs It L Hill of Isabella Tenn, i with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. O. Anderson. Miss Maud Wilson has returned after a pleasant visit with her sister, Airs. Uigsby near Stanford. Airs So Ilia Tteadway and son were visitois in Richmond the p.ut week and attended the Chautauiuu. Mrs Ceorge Koley and children of lUtbouiville. uru visiting her sister-in-la.Mrs V. K. Parks, after spending seveial days with Mr Koley who has u Hjsitiuii at Itiivwinii. Little Mis Katherine Led ford, who has been quite III ut her homo near hcie, is impioving uipidly. .Misses Nancy Lung of Winchester, and I.nla 1!iiiiu of Lkiicuster are the guests of .Miss Lulu McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdun and daughter spent Sunday in Lancaster, the guests of Mr ai d Mrs J K Seale, Alls Sallitt Anderson was taken to u Danville hospital on Sunday afternoon when she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Her many friend wish lor her a speedy recovery. Mrs, Jane Kuulknor White, whospeut the past year as instructor of Knglish in one of the at lect school for young ladies in Washington City, is the guest of relatives in tills vicinity. Mr J.N. Holloway und daughter have returned to their home in Chattanooga after u vint to Mr and Mrs Ilurdette Kaniaey. Miss Arnolu Itam-se- y accompanied tliemhoiiie for a visit. Quite a number of young tieople had a most delightful picnic at Wat acn's Mill ofi Satutday evening. Miss Gladys Patterson of Huntington W, Vu., who is tho attractive guest of Miss Stella fMcWhorter, was tho honor guest of the occasion. EN!iY. President J. E. STOItMES, :muky, Ass't Cashier. I'res't S. C. DENNY. Cashier. liook-Keep- It. T J. lu (ill.!., im "Thedlord's is the best We Mack-Draug- ht Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. I ii i UUS1NESS. medicine A. lever used." writes J. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. V. M. Elliott. Directors. Steelrnan, ot I'attonville, Texas. "1 suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said sumption. all. Finally I I I iii iiiiii tti-tt- tt iii rrrTrrrr-rrr had con- could not work at tried Stop At The THEDFOflD'S LACK- - Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. and lo my surprise, I cot betier, ns well as any and ant to-dIs GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meels Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularis lies of the liver, stomach and oowels, for over 70 years. Oct Insist on the ,t package today. E-lienuine Thcdford'a. J. GREENBERG, Manager, i The Ceniral hecord. Thursaay July 13, 1916. Jill II II llll 111 ClEill 1916. ... II Continues to JULY 31st, ' 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 reason 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 Out Prices. MENS $10.00 SUITS MENS NOW $8.25 MENS MENS $12.50 SUITS NOW $9.75 $20.00 SUITS NOW $15.75 MENS 1 MENS $15.00 SUITS NOW NOW $12.75 $18.00 SUITS NOW $13.75 CUTS NOW $22.50 SUITS $17.75 NOW Low-Cu- ALL S3.50 LOW $2.95 j ALL s4.00 LOW CUTS NOW $3.25 ALL S5.00 LOW CUTS $3.95 All Boys Clothing ts Ladies' Summer Under- - n L UaSII u3Sll wear Reduced. Reduced. Reduced. Reduced. Come early and get your fit while we have the sizes and you can get a good selection. pnflli Al1 Straw Hats ni uSSil All HOUSE OF QUALITY. . JAS FOUGHT END flns-f- l W. SMITH, . LANCASTER, KY. TAKE NOTICE. KENTUCKY mnurnir "'A I MIT 1 rAKluLK 3 uiLuiun IT mill MIIMM II ADAIR pice below tail tei4in ts tor Hie eiclu use ot oar Urnier subscribers, sad li loi the isle ot stock, gitm end ucb things ou farm n (he Isrmt-- emmot sITord lo sdrer. No notice ntll ! ccer'd oter lour Unci, snd will beoulrlll wo ItMM ol the TO BITTER Mnxinan nnsnrllifls Hnw ire tt. 2.000. Wood other relatives were left In straitened circumstances. The rule applies primarily to married men, but U so framed as to Include unmarried men with need parents, children or other relatives dependent on them. Tbo number of men In tbo enlisted militia who can avail themselves ot the order Is estimated uy iuu nut ui'i'uiuutrui ui teas luau Baker ir KEEP THEM GLEAN TO SAVE CHILDREN Epidemic ot not be n dtftVtilt oe. Find Symptoms Confuoing. Hut tlur trtuluent medical men found tlieinelve ugalnst a stone wall. Thu repoit whleU they had prepared on tho 1907 vpldetuu.' shows that Ilk some ensrs the symptoms were fcter and chills; In others lliey vtere not: lu some cases yiralyt witd nnn rrt srmlure a cure for Infantile i HUNTERS. FAIR DATES. KCORD. free otcbsrKe Three Poland China Hoars and ore Lieutenant Used Pistols. Gilt for sale. Apply at this office. Two extra Rood young Jersey Cows GALLANT AGAINST ALL ODDS for sale. F. M. Tinder. OoQ bushels of barley. . WANTED G. A. Swinebroud. Sam Cotton lias two Rood milk cows ' er department commanders that the soldier must Die n petition to bo dis charged mid must furnish proof of the at Governors notified General l9laud and the oth i Mantua Paralysis Puzzles New York Doctors. tit sale. KOIl S.LE-Team woik mule?. Ollie W. Estes. boar. VOIt SALE A nice Duroc Miller McCormick.Jl F D 2. ' I An oxtra K''od bull. WANTED E. C. McWhorter. I'uint Lick. Ky. good FOR SALE-Th- ree bull calves. J II Thompson, JPon SAl.B-Br- om j yearling I'reach-uraville. j I new. cultivator, good as Trice reasonable. S. II. Elites. n j FOR SALE A nice four year old driving horse. Apply to W. F. Crous-horon Crab Orchard pike. Koute 2. FOR SALE. 20 gocd, fresh milk cows, also 20 yearling, two year old Walton L. Moss. jersey heifers. Tom Hay, of Sycamore Valley, has for sale, three cows with young calves and three sows and pigs. AIIcood one. sorrel For Sale; One earling pony, well broke; also one pony. Will sell cheap. Miss Anna Hello Burnside. To rent a small farm can be cultivated with 3 horses and 7 boys. V. F. Brickey Buena Vista, Ky. WANTED-- that first year, young mountain sheep for sale. E. G. McWhorter and J. U. Woods.. I'alnt Lick. Ky. 300 LOST Big, hanJsome. black white and tan bitch, just weatiad puppies. IWt A. K. Walkers July 5th. Any information will be appieciated. Woods Walker. Chsrlty. worthy countryman In Suabla cent In a petition to the military authorities asking thut his son bo allowed a furlough to comu home und vUlt bis parents, lie concluded bin document as follows: "Kxcu.se bad writing. I have only bad u common-schoo- l education, and thut under u teacher who wus u very thirsty muu." A dependency. MOVIES GLOSED TO YOUNG. But If department commanders learn ot soldiers who ought to apply for the ( discharge they must Inform the sot- After Emptying Pistol He Threw It at ' dlcrs of the right to apply for It, the No One Under Sixteen Will Be Admitted Sunday Schoole Discontln-ue- d Another . order reaUs, Mexleant and Obtained Symptoms Confuting, and SciFrom Dead Soldier at His Side War entist Have Been Unable to leelata LLOYD-GEORGE- 'S Department Issued Orders For CAREER. tha Germ or Find Cure. of Men With Dependents. Has Been ETficlcnt "emtor of British An lr Anterior Poliomyelitis O. J. Wilson, uu undertaker who Cabinets For Eleven Years. fee the contagious disease, prob, helped to exhume the bodies of the who was jo.ently up ably ot mlcroblc origin. In which, Amcrlcnu troupers killed at Cnrrlxal pointed secretary of state for war. tho anterior horns of gray matter and who arrived with tbeui ul i:i I'uso has Ucu a member of British cabinets of tho spinal cord are attacked, for nearly eleveu years and has boon quoled a Carrama soldier as follows: producing destruction of their cell '"You should have seeu the white singularly elllclent In various positions When the uud causing motor paralysis; mora thu highest Importance. tenlento (Lieutenant Henry Adulri light. of common in children and hence often late Kir Henry Campbcll-HniiiiennaHe was Just n boy, slim and weak organized a LIUtiiI government Dee. called Infantile paralysis. Webfought us like a mad- 10, I'.Kk, he iipi.iluted Lloyd George looking, lut he ster's Dictionary. man. He operated his automatic pis- president of the board of trade, which This definition of Infantile paralysis, tol until It seemed llko n machine gun. position the latter tilled until Mr. written several years ago for laymen. and when its work wns Mulshed he who succeeded to tho premier Is practically all that the medical world threw It ut us und seized another from ship April 0, 11K(S. made Lloyd-Georg- e i a dead trooper and fought us harder chancellor of the exchequer. When the I knows today regarding the dread disthan ever. He was wounded, but still coalition government was formed Mny j ease now epidemic in New York. In hU bullets ruined among us until one .'3, lUlo, I.loyit-iieorgwas cnoscn mtn. 1007 an epidemic of Infantile paralysis ot our shots tore Into his chest and he tster of munitions, a post ho has held swept through tho city, causing thou dropped dead.' with marked success until he has now sands ot deaths. 'The Mexican," contluucd Wilson, been made minister of war to succeed With the epidemic growing dally, "iwlnted out the spot whero Lieuten- the lato Lord Kitchener. Ml, 000 has been set asldo by the city , ant Adair fell. Before It were strewn tor immeuiatu cxpouuiiuro in coping thickly the carcasses of Mexican with tho disease, and arrangements BATHERS KILLED BY SHARKS. have been mado thut $39,000 more will horses, whoso riders had been shot bo avallablo If needed. down by tho officer. The soldier said "Great and Imminent peril to Uio Lieutenant Adair thus, single handed, Two Tregedl.e Within One Week Along New Jereey Coast. public health exists," asserts tho board mowed down a cavalry cbargo of the hundreds of summer visitors of health. Tho money will bo spent to While Mexicans, fanning Ids automatic from looked on helpless, Charles Bruder, a employ fifty additional hospital doctors, side to side. everywhere bellboy In a beach hotel at Spring fifteen additional. Held doctors and at were strewn "Shells about the place whero Adair died. His Lake. X. J.. was attacked by a shark least 120 additional nurses. Tbrco thousand theaters and moving tight must have been one of tho most and lost both his legs. He died ten picture houses are now closed to chilgallant ever made by an American of- - minutes nftcr belug brought to shore. This was the second case of tho kind dren under sixteen years of ago; sumIlcer against hopeless odds." Without knowing his son had wet on tbo New Jersey coast within a mer schools uro being called off; milideath. Hamuel Adair, father of Lieu-- week. A young man lost his leg and tary camps for boys in the vicinity of tbo Greater City aro being placed under tenant Adair, died at Portland, Ore., died at Beach Haven, after u lingering Illness. His last Tho wltuesses of the Beach Haven tho strictest regulations; Sunday school "Henry U now a cap- - tragedy bad a plain view of tho shark, picnics and excursions aro being abanwords were: doned, Sunday schools discontinued tain. Ho has received his promotion." Its tins projected at moments abovo many parishes, and I Jeutenaut Adair was to hava been J Ihe surfuco of the water. Hut In Bru-mad- e for the summer In tho heglra of children from the city a captalu on July 1. Father and dcr's caso there was no sight of the progressed appreciably. sou probably will bo burled at the same shark. Every effort has been put forward to I Bruder was Just nble to gasp "A tiu10, germ that causes the ailment ihark bit me." and then ho fainted. trace the , How Discharge May Be nv,,.,.. of and thus find a cure, such as was acfrom , few noge h complished In typhoid uud diphtheria. CUIISICU IUI-1-I Ui IUU uuuvuai Ijuatu blood. During thu 1007 epidemic a committee In federal servlco who have one or composed of the most eminent medical more relatives dependent on them for Arrange Kitchen Conveniences. men In Ihe United Slates made a syssupiwrt may obtain their discharge Tho busiest seusou for the farmer tematic study-- ' of lufantllo paralysis upon application to their department seuson for the farm with the purpose of accurately cataIs ulso the busiest commander, Tho convenience that will loguing tho symptoms of the dlseaso nf Wnr liaknr nut this rule woman. pttvet as tha rusult of letters to lighten and exiiedlte her work should aud of Identifying tho germ tuat causInto ldcntl-de- d tho war department pleading for the J be glveu ns much consideration us the ed It. With the Term properly m mo the task of finding a scrum to kill release of mllltlameu whoso wives, or implements lit ue that the Juvenile sufferer vomited iud was delirious; In others that the sufferers showed entirely different symptoms. The bacteriologists had uo better success. Headed by Dr. Simon I'lcxner of the ItocLcfvller Institute, they segregated thu pollouijell'l germ, but v.cro unable to Identify It further than to dud that It showed u similarity to the vims of hiiinnu rabies. They Injected germs of Infantile imralysls Into animals, aud of tliosu experimented upon monkeys ueie the only ones t li.it contracted the disease. This was Interesting, but not vitally Instructive In so far as llndluc a cure for Infantile paralysis was concerned Tbo 1107 epidemic paooed. the medical men drew up a long report, and luforfantllo paralysis was practb-allgotten until tho present scourge began sweeping vr New York. With tho coming of the 11)10 epidemic the medical profession found Itself Just whero It was In 1007. It knew that a germ caused lufuutlle paralysis, but It did nut know how to dral with the genu except to eradicate It by the olio method used In dealing with all deadly germs absolute cleanliness. Therefore clenullnees has been th slogan of tho health de.irtuieiit In the present epidemic. Dr Charles 1. bead of the bureau of public health education ot tho health department, told how the light ugidust lufantllo paralysis Is liclng waged. "We have physicians, uuivcs and Inspectors out seeking cast' of the dls easo day and night," ha suhl. "Wo also are conducting u cnuipdlgn of pul'lklty so that parents may know how to keep tho deadly germ from Ihclr homes. Tbo department of health has pteuril a map on which n dally usurd of tho dlseaso Is kept. Lawrrnreburg, August 15- -1 days. Sprpherdsvillr, August 15 I days. IL U Elkiu. J. Owensboro, August 15 5 days. W. 11. Brown, Jno. M. T'arra, Bnxlhtad, August 1('1 days. W. 11. Burton, AUx Walker. Tri County Fuir, Sanders, August 10 Uaselden Bros., T. A. Klkin. I days. F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton. Ewing, August 17- -3 days. Logan Hubble. John II. Smith. Knights or l'ythlas Fair. Stanford, G. it. Deshon. August Z- -l days. J. N. Iloss. Kisher Herring. II. B. Cox. Columbia, August ! t days. Hughes Uro. J. W, Swvvnev, Frankfurt, August ( I days. W. M. Mahan. Withers Bros. Baidstown, August 121 t davs. Willism. Marcus and Jim White. Nicho'aaville, August 'JO 3 days. B. V. Wllmot. J. D. Pope, 1'eniiyroyHl Fair, llupkinsville, Aug Mrs. David Chenault usfJO 5 davs. r'red J. Conn, .; w. il cook-J, W. Elmore, Klizaliethtnwn, August 203 days. T. C. Uankin. Huffman Bros, , Bnrboursvillu. August 30 3 days. Wm. G. Anderson. 5am Cotton, This November ISth, 1015. K. Itobinson, The following are the dates fixed for This Agrwinrnt Witnesaethr That holding the Kentucky fairs for 101(1 as in order to protect the game on our far as reKrtrd. lands for a period of three vears we Mt Sterling. July 19- -t days. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Winchester, July '.V,- -4 days. permit anybody else to do so, and we I days. Uarrodihurg. July ' . further agree to prueecute with diliTaylorsville, August 1 1 da)s. gence all persons who violate the game Henderson, August 1 -- C days. laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our Danville. August U- -3 dajs. lands for the purpose of hunting. Anu Ilrrrs. Auuust 2 3 davs. we furtlwr agree to sot as Deputy Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, August Game Wardens for th nurtinfii- - nf riir. I tmnjs. rving out this agreement. Kxcrpt vs eh! Uniontown, August 8 G of us have the right to kill rubbits on Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, August 'J I uays. our .arms or permit It to be done by Mt. Vernon. August D 3dal. another under our supervision, or the Burkesville, August 0 l days. supervision of aoiiiv responsible ami Verryville, August 9- -3 days. reliable aulcvd by us. da. T. It. A. IL 1 M. Arnold. Jr. E. Henry, I). Bradshaw, W. B. Moss "Jno. M. White, Bright Herring. U Barker. Southern No. 10 No. 4 Time Table. Rat I Roact. Danville. Ky. North-boun- L.&N Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 xm Spo- - "Parents must not give way to fright or hysteria. If u child becomes sick u comete:it physlciau should be at ouec. If a child la given plenty ot fresh nlr and sunsblno aud kept amid clean surroundings thero Is no great danger of Its contracting the dlseaso." Lynchlnga Show Deorease. e Ilecords kept at the Tuskcgco Institute show that there were twenty-livlynchlngs In the United States during tbo first six mouths of this year with thirty-fou- r for the same a year ago Two whites and twenty-thre- com-pare- d negroes were mob uud eight of thc:n were killed In Georgia. Klve were enarged with upon women. Proceea. New 8talned-Qla- s A process has been perfected Id Franco for applying colors to glass by heut, so that stained glass windows can be made without fastening many pieces of glass ot different hues ui uu. G:03 a.m. cial, daily Train Schedule At Lam aster, Ky. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun6:u8 a.m. AltniVE. No. 14 Carolina Special. daily ...7:00 ajn To Majsville, unmctlrg at Blrl.non No. Express, dally 1:35 p.m. L & N to Frankfort & Louliville; (No. with Limited, 5:20 p.m. daily No 71; 8:35 a. in. No. 12 Royal Talm. daily.. G:S7 p.m. To Itowland & Stanford connecti f at Itowland, L & N to all points South No. 6 L o c a 1 Express, 11:05 a.m. Noli!; 11:04 a. m. daily To Kichmond, connecting with L & No. 11 Royal Taim, dally ..11:20 a.m. N to Irvine it Beattyville, Lexington No. 1 Now Orleans LimSt Cincinnati. Middlesboro Si Knoxvillo. 11:35 a.m. ited, dally Special, No. 13 Carolina No 70; USD a. m. dally 10:15 p.sa. To Itlchinond, connecting with fast SpeNo. 8 train to Cincinnati. cial, daily 11:35 p.m. No27;2:0Qp,m. No. 0 Florida SpeTo Louisville, connecting at Lebanon cial, dally 11:52 p.m. Junction to Elixabetbtown & Bowling No. 27 Dlue Grass SpeGreen, and at Bardstown Junction to cial, dally except Barditown & Springfield. Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, gent; 'phone 346. train to Bristol & Atlanta. South-beun-