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The Central Record, Thursday July 20, 1916.
Eleventh Annual Blue Grass Fair A Matrimonial mm Experiment Best Fair In the Middle Wes tt&j t.a t.t I UU u4 mi, nj Map pots' Im wtiif I MTC0KN Help us to HOLD DOWN TP Ta o lire r rices t; IRES, and GASOLENE, "make tlio Wheels po round!" A Car in the Cinrniie COSTS as much as a Car-mi'the-Uoad. but it mm no dividend, on the Investment, so Ionir as it STAYS in the uat'dfic. The VALuTJ of the Car, to it3 Owner,- narrows down, in the ultimate, to tno precise in.. ' :in:tra lie UShs mat l ar, yearly If been 1,4 V CENTS V: ':-o ov. tied for, say, ' years (tlien sold for $G00.) there has v, JnwO. per year, ould cost him but 33 1 .. i. i Led by the Owner, -eijual to, say, $350. per year. . VIJ Hours in the year, it woi i. -' i; ::iv HALF thnl .-.umber of Hours, vearlv. the Car would cost lii.ii : ' i) i cvr H-.tir ho used it. A . .. VH i:, . ,'f will (krerw, to a considerable extent, upon the PRICE ftiSri c. I .FOLI27E. V i? vi- creel th i-ensons why v. e ( J m. Cl.t, 1015) inaugurated the Goodrich "FAIR Li:V Propanr.mia a$ahttl High-piic :, and Pndded-I'riee-Lists, on Tires. It h a further reason why we NOW keep our own Goodrich Prices DOWN to the very moderate "Fair-List" figures here quoted. BETTER Fabric Tires are NOT made, and cannot be madc,-at ANY price, than are produced by The II. F. Goodrich Co. A 15ft, to oOft. hlijwr price could well be justified for these samoTirc3, by fair comparison with other Tires sold at 15',o to 50 higher prices. WiH you help your own interest-, (present and future), bv further expanding the Sale of Unit Tire which dcto)!strli'S its Intention, through LOWERING the Cost of ils Tirea to you, with every INCREASE in it; Volume? Will yon thus endorse, and support, the Goodrich Policy which automatic ally PREVENTS OTHER Makers from forcing UP the Market on Tires? Compare Goodrich Fair-Lid : ices, here quoted. Bear in mind that NO Fabric Tires.-at ANY price, are "better," no House more Fair, and LIBERAL, on proper Adjustments. THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, 0. Goodrich "Fair-List" Prices Ford Size 30x3 30x3-i J 3?,. (Safety-Treads) 33:: 4 '.$10 40 I $13.40 $15.45 .$22.00 34x4 3S;4'i 3Sx4s 37x5 (Safety-Treads) $22.40 $31.20 $31.60 $37.35 t-r07ICE, These Tires ars as perfect ai Fabric Tires caa be made. I .t, shc-ul.3 say dissatisfaction whatever arise, with any Goodrich Tire, Its Owner Is invited, and REQUESTED, to take the. matter up promptly with us, the Makers. lis will find that Fair, Square, and LIBERAL treatment will always be extended, on alt proper adjustments. THE D. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, O. KjAJ ODRICH Black "Barefoot" TlRES 66 nnin VHT A AT yy Does for your SHOE Soles what black "Bare 4 JJjA. 1 l foot-Rubber" does for Goodrich Tire Soles. Weart longer than Leather! 1 Waterproof! Is Non.tlippery t Il Lighter than Leather! It mare Flexible than Letlherl It EASIER on your Feet! Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Tcxtan Soles on your next pair ol Shoes. Lancaster Motor Car Co, Distributors for Garrard County. LOYD is on Mrs Larkin Hicks of IJrodhead a visit to her former home. Mrs Larkin Hicks has returned home after a visit to her relatives. Mrs Callin Hay and on, Clay, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sim Itay. Mr and Mrs Claud Helton of Coy, were the guest of her parents, Sunday, Miss Emma Ilolton spent her week end with Miss Maud Clark, of Judson. Mrs Dora Tapp and son, of I'atis.Ky, have returned after a visit to Mrs Aaron Hay. Mrs Hunch Hay and grandson, Elgin, apent the day with Mr and Mrs Am bros Calico, last Friday. Mr Iva Ray and his son, Willie, of McKinney have returned after a visit to hid parents several weeks. Mr Mose Itay and fsm'.ly, Mri Patsy Kay and daughters, spent the day with itheir aister, Mrs Hunch Itay. Miss Zoaa Itay, daughter of Mr and lira Aaron Itay has returned after via!t to Mrs L'ifie Coaz, of Paris, Ky. lira Larkin Hicks and sister, Hunch Bay, were the -guest of Mr and Mra John Wesley Daily, near Uradshiw Mill. Ky. Mrs Larkin Hicks and tlster, Hunch Bay, and daughter. Gladys, were ,the gueat of Mr and Mrs John A. Itay on Wednesday. MARKSBURY Miss Lula Simpson who has been quite sick is better at this writing Mrs Hen Kelly and three daughters spent Saturday with Mrs YVm llroadaa. Mrs J C Walton and two sons are visiting relatives in Richmond and Kingston. Messrs Leonard and Foster Smith of Crab Orchard have been visiting Mrs. Frank Higgins. Mr. W. I. Marksbury and wife of Lexington have been visiting relatives in the community. Mr. Harve Sutton and family of Cin cinnati spent two weeks with Mr John and Miss Susan K, Sutton. Miss Elizabeth Doty is at home again after a two weeks stay with Miss Eliz abeth I'ettus of Springfield. Misses Leila and Bessie Long of Kirksville liue returned home after a visit to Mr. Mark Coins and family. Mr and Mrs Thomas Wall and daugh ter of Portsmouth Ohio recently spent a day with Mr and Mra Tom Uroaddus. Mrs James Turner and daughter Delia May, who made a several days stay with relatives at Springfield and Leb anon returned last week. The bazar and supper given under the auspices of the Ladles Working Society given last Wednesday at Mason school was a very tuccesaful affair. the exact amount is ro; known us a clean collection has i ot been mai'e, The ladies were very well pleased with proceeds. Mr. Hobt Clark thesplendidsecretaiy of the Sundey School read his report for tho quarter Sunday morning which Is as follows. The average attendance was CO, the lessons for the quarter had be-in studied by the 'home department' and had contributed 7 U0 making a tutal amount in Sunday School treasury or auout Wishing to make Al S. S. at this place Hev. MahaTl organized a Teacher training course last Sunday afternoon, which will begin a course of study un- ;der the supervision of Hev. Ellis of up per Garrard next Monday. Mr Ellis will be here for a week then the work will be continued by Hev. Mahan for an indefinite period mfia Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stom ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mavr's Wonderful Itemedy, Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For ale by R. E. Mcltoberta In Lancaster, and druggist everywhere. .t Dr ETHEL HOLMES Miss Itlckcrdnlc ns accustomed to rmdlhi; n Sunday ncHsp.ii.er iiirtKiizlnc vvlilcli pulilMiiil nrtlrlcs by celebrnt-1 rd lH'rsons nvordliis the iiurvi'lous dinner Hint were constantly coming , uvit cl villi it imiplen and forcli'lllni; I t how tomorrow would Ik? illflVrent from ' j today. ThU morning she lind lireii I rrailliiR nu iirtlclo on tlic oinhos of inntrliuoiilnl fullunvi ntid n,lvo.-:itltn? Uio follow Iiib plan: EnpiKctl couples I wcro to live under the miuo roof for a ! certain period, n ihnpcron nlnnys lie lug pronetit. They were to nMiime the dutlt-H of hotiHokivpliiir. living from a common fund Jut at If they wrcrc man and wife. If nt tho end of this trial period they etlll desired to marry they would do so. If, ou tho other hand. Uicy found that they wcro Incompati ble they could sciurnte. JIIss lllckerdalu wns engaged to Sir. ScnrliormiKli. She was twenty-fercn years old, and her Ilntico was thirty two. She had grave doubt ai to how they would get on together. TI1I1 plan of trlul lunrrlnge npca!ed to her force fully. Mr. SeorlKuvtigli called, n was his custom, oh Sunday to nenil the evening with her, and alio proposed It to him. IIo lind hennl her luHKivliig often expresswl, and, though he had no wlh I.lmst-lf for such an isierl mental atllniice, desiring to end his flnmvo' doubts, ho prelenileil to Ih? plennil wltli tlie plan. And it wan glten out to tho world tiutt .Mls nickertlale H mother lind utir fcred n loss of Inenmo and it lind lie- come ncci'vuiry for her to tnku'lnrd cr. .nr. rH'arimrotiKii rented n room of her mo It was understood outride the house mid the ierlment com uicncwl. The parties concerned lived In n large city, hnd few Intimate friends mid were welt fltuntitl to carry init their plan. Jlr. ScarUirough wan to pay all bills for a month; then tho lllckerualcs would ns,sume tho respou slbilltlcH, which were to alternate. six month passed-alx delightful months-lii thin happy way of living Then, since Hie cperlmentnl marriage had Ikxmi n (vrfect Niiccexf. Jlr. rVnr borough proposed that they make It bona Hde. Hxpericncr had taualit .Miss UlcLcrdale that her doubts ns to their getting ou together wcro 111 fouudcti, nad sho consented. Her mother, who had played tho part of mother ln lau- to perfection, was Invited to continue her part In reality, but she declined, ou two have not been man nnd wife. You have had no trouble on my account because you have Ik'cii simply lovers. When the glntuuur falls from your ey you will h mo in I urn. and my lmcrfectloiis will Ik; isjually apparent to Unli of jou." Oh, mother," cxclnlmcu the flctl tloui wife, "how can you talk so? Have wo not lived under the same roof for six mouths? Have we not Irurti cd each other's faults? Even the mou ey queutlon, that Is m Important, has been tested. ".My daughter," replied the old lady. 'you havo not locn married. You have not been the Mine woman to jour lover that you will be to your bus band. I have peon that yon havo care fully concealed your real self from mm, and he has treated you ns n lov er, not as n husband." Sly good gracious, has all this ttinl marriage been for nothing?" So; It has tccii some preparation for n real one, but of not ninth more value than If you had lived In separate homes." "Well, It Feems that I must either tako a loop in the dnrl; or not nt nil. I Nliall tnko the leap. Hut no one can make me lllcve not even you. dear mother that John and I don't know each other thoroughly." AYben Mrs. Jscarliorough returned from tlie honeymoon sho told her mother that sho had discovered no iicw faults lu her husband. At the end of a year sho declared that, while John was not exactly the man tdie hnd sup posed him to Ik-, lie was, all things con sidered, a much liner man. At the cud of two years she discovered brutal traits In her husband that she had never dreamed of. Three yours iis-ed unil Mie had discovered an antitoxin for his brutality which neutralized Its venom. Mennwhllo children were com. lug and n new bond wus forming be tween husband und wife liesldo which preuuptlnl loto was like a tender twig compared to n tree trunk. Then k!io confessed to her mother that her trial marriage was worthless. As for the husband, he passed through much tho sumu course. He started out with the Idea that when ho offended his wife ho must pacify her. He soon learned that tho moro ho tried to pacify her tho greater the antugonlsiu. And now that John Scarborough Is what Is culled an old married man ho has adopted an excellent plan to end fruitless discussions with his wife. He Is etonu deaf hi one (sir. When Ids wife gives him certain lectures he covers his well ear and, not being ablo to hear with the other, makes no reply. This closes tho controversy, of course. Tho Sunday Hxpoundor continues to publish articles suggesting startling In novations In our social and other if fairs, but Mrs. Scarborough has long ceased to read them. She says those upon domestic questions are written by old maids or women who sliould have been old maids, while her husband de flates that articles ou the deepest finan cial problems are written by persons Who have been Qmiiclal failures. t Opens at Lexington, Ky., Monday, Aug. 7tl t aJS ' 4afllaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBIaaaaaaaal "HstHalaM taaMKiaaaaaaaaaaai aaOaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaal laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal mmm BaaaaVKaaW2aSH.' hi Cs m :. ' ' ' ,vs. MISS KATHERINE H0C1I, SOPRANO SOLOIST, WITH JOHN C. WEB ER'S BAND AND OPERA COMPANY, BLUE GRASS FAIR, AUO 7 TO 12. M' ISS lllK'II has np4risl In leading roles with the fhlcngo flrnnd Oicm l'ompim.v; nlno with lliimiiioMoliiVi Oix-rn Compaiiy, New York. Sho was prima donna with the I-n Salle lirnud (H'rn tjunrtet for to eaMins, supporting Slguor 'nrarado.s.i of the .Mctroailltnii liKTn Com pany. rnruvu mid of her, "She has one of the uut ts-aiitlfu olccs In America." s INCH It organization in UUxI the lllue Criirn I'ali has taken full rank with largest and K-id lule fairs and epnlllona In tho country. It has Justly Nvi'ine known as the largest horM- tdniw In the world. It Is the only fair which offers a full quota and a clnssltWutlon for breeding classes of the thn-e great breeds of American horses ns well in how class es, tlmpllucd and arraugisl hi a man lier w hlch makes their distinction clour l'ltchtsl on n larger und more eten- . slvo H-aU than eer U-forv, with tlie . certainty of liicroad Interit ou ac count of turlous nddtsl features, this year's I'alr promises to eclipse all pre vious tccorils. Numerous addition mid Improve ments have Us? n made In the ma tier of . show rings, ami umucmeiit features I hne been secured of a kind und to nn extent that Justify tlie belief that thu Kulr will not only prove -more valuable than etcr to tho lite stock Interest of Kentucky, but also nuiro nttnutlte to , those who lslt It. In addition to tho i I old nnd lllnW mid nil eseellciit rn lliu prognim for runiiliu: nnd Imtnpss ' horx-H, ulso various rings In Ihe show classes tor nuni.icrs, line nanus. horse, etc. I rldiiy will e Slii tlnnd xti) day. In addition to n tnrlcd prozrnlii of show clnss.. ninnltig races, harness race and other attractive features Thoreuahbrrdt Skturday. Patnrday Is nlnajs Liiown ns Tlior onKhtinsl day, wlwn nc siss ring- which tiring together mnny of Ihe most noted thorouglibrisl Imr-es from the gn ntest nurseries In Kentucky. In nd dltlon to rnsh premiums, scnsoiin to such great horses ns Jnck Atkins, Pan ger Itoek. Duvnl. The .Malinger, Trap IliH.'k, Wntennlc, Stalwart and others arc offered. The afternoon program Is one of tlie most Intrrrstlng of the entire week, a It Includes nil chnmponshis In which final contests occur bt-tneeii winners of the ihdltldiin! rlaes during the preccsllng day of the I'alr. The rule goternlng the c!nse n- weaullu ntid curling divisions, tite quires nil nulmuls eligible to show In stakes ore offered In tho show clusscs these rings or forfeit money won In for saddle horses. . previous snows, mm this rule will j be strictly ndhcnsl lo. thereby ns Attractive Program Each Day. One of tlie most ntlructlve programs for tho week will Ihj on Wednesday, when tho ctas-es' for standard bred horses will Ih' shown. In addition to the cash premiums of. fcrcd, seasons lo the leading horses In service are donated by various owner and should nttiact tho intention of the entire horso world. The I'alr will open on Monday, Aug. when au attractive rnclug program bus lccn arranged. Interesting show rings will bo seen and John C Weber's llnud with some of the lust soloists surtng large fields and affording the Illillc the opportunity of seeing the wluners brought loEethcr. Tlio week promises to be not only n gala one for I.elntnn. but n record breaking one In tho history of the Itlne Orns I'alr. Ample and Hottl Accommodations Railway Facilititt. Tno comfort mid eoutenlencc of nil exhibitors nnd silmns will nvelrr the enreful atteutlou of the management. Uonvonloiit nillnny facllllli, ample norel nccoininiNlnlltHis nml n iH.tr nnd iK)pulnr singers known to tho mo- 'pnnUnttoii In every way for handling slcnl world will !e here. ! tfio crowds Insure ,,i,.., Jtf Urson 'School Law. A coui-Lrri two tuu cocks 1. 1- .tLLJi. Ilth MflUB.O.-.l. Smj. vndlM,J.a.a. Tr,pwM fo bri la .1I.U1M. AccM.tuMeourl4toJII.rfS ItbwIM, s.if.h.i. Burwi. Tvltloa Miir iwrii..krsliicicuuioiuu,4 k.BifiOW. lllll PUWlOBO tUfctM Vf TSwbim Jtrw,o tmat fa rmu, writ. urn nmuMiM, ui, umu, Ki. High clus artists will la heard In front of tlie grand stand In choice se- t-ctlou nnd (sipukir ballads every uft- eriKsm nnd evening, nnd there Is a great treat In store for Use music lov ing public of the llluo Crass region. Oil Tuesday, the 8th, the big mule show', iihvajH a most Interesting fea ture of tho llluo (irntis l'olr, will he shown, mid tbo classes for xiultry nud ilgisiis will lie Juilutsl hi tlx; Poultry house. Jcent show rings, Including stake for saddle bred colts, foals of lllltl, tho Kentucky stukcri for llvu gult cd saddle horses two years old, mu sic by Weber's Hand nnd Opera Com pany will help out u great program. On Wednoulay morning tlto breeding clasxes for standard broil horses, a mentioned ulmve, classes for jack stock, tbo IUuo Ornss stake for tiro galled saddle horses, stallion, mare or ItnUe time to nil who accept our cor dial Invitation to attend this grent an nual event. Tlie lmrd of director desire to take this oNirtiiidt.vof expressing their np pnslatlon to those whose efforts have heljssl build this Institution nnd to nsk for their cooperation In the future Costly Prlrtt at tho Oluo Grata Fair, The list of trophies for the HUH lllue Crass I'alr embraces the most magnificent and elalsirate array of costly prl7es ever given nt n like cele bration, nnd the exhibitor who I .cars off ono of these nwnrds will not only havo nn nrtlcle Invested with ccutl ucutnl vnluc but one of Intrinsic worth as well. Tbo market nrlee nf nil Mr .t.w.i gelding four years old and over. etc.. art, ,Kh, and there Is a great demand will ho shown In front of tho grand for in.. I jest Ills', llllll, .l.ftlr tl.M......!...... , " v.vva IUIUU1.I UUI stnna. Thursday la always a great day, and g stock throughout the South. The tirepdprM llu.snrosA t.lll ,.LA ..1 an extra program has tx arranged, vantage of exhlblUng at tho lllg lllue Tlie fctrenoon will bo taken up with tho breeding classes for American sad dle horses, tho prizes for which are particularly rich and desirable, and certain to bring about a magnificent show. In tbo afternoon will be wit nessed the Kentucky stako for Are Grass I'alr, and visitors may expect a great exhibit In all classes. gnJted saddle horses for three yean at I-erlngtoii, Ky 1 All Aboard. All aboard for tho 1110 HI.UK QltABS FAIIt-tho I'alr of all I'nlrs- Aug. 7 to J2. The Centred Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lamcaiter, - - Kentucky. It U Ml. si . Pttlr U i.u but k.rml... 1. hum.nl.lnrt. RitMtwrlr tj N. ktrevtr. Vtl.lU. tuuhlH I. ..kill "II.. I. !,.. I... tit. 60. .nd tl ,00. , - tiir.vir. prat m WfMTal Storn. It. E. .McUobcrU, Drugglvt, Lnr.cnstet i sUiayt?Sa5iT3aia J WALL PAPER li I si room, sttlti rlot1.fi r t lK rr on. It rvtWtt lh ot th cctll nJ ttbtiihi tkvir ocil tumlmk Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers ir ttrlfcttNt rr thtr nut it nl Jawortt.T worth ftJ tvrnr r'1" will !- titfe lion r.o mnr ih rn 4 InipKl K tvhfI Jviiint In ttt tnocn I l-sf tprTsJ. l)s ontr tf wy lk Sock. ' lltrtrvf ICarlk)B ' tktfwi bow J Carl Mtttal l ifitm mud fit l pspiUr prict, CiUiuus cKttfi.llr ftiiuftKssL .mirt & RIDDLE. 1'alitt I.ick, Ky Personal Stationery j Should be Engraved oi I Embossed Dowadays. ' It reflects good taste and ' ,at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the man) Seauuful samples we have and get our prices. Tin: Central Record. i 111111 pisiii More Silo fLess Money Mali no deal for a silo without letting our figures and futures. W iva mora and belter anchorage, launcher door frame. Ste.l. hinged, feur.Utch door. Steel Mep ladder, step every 18 inches. Better compara. .tr tonitruction throughout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy 6a?' Jirssl dilamtM of tv. .ad (i. vru aaJ mmIIw nlwi hm .pr.la UPWM wu ln.nl Mo for HH mootj iKm jfy w. cotnponr iu pv. you. ( f mtl it with tltmrf KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASELDEN lilt OS. Agcnta for Garrard County. i