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Danville's Big Fair For 1916 AUGUST 2nd, HUGH TARKINGTON, President. A WAV UP r. i ' " i'. I il of Ashcvillf, Bbvk I Ii.ntuiti. Jknckrsonvillc, Bre vard, Lake Tcxa'.v. .-, Saluda. Wtiyncrville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Spring, and Tryon. Sjicml your vccnticn :.t c-: cf these cool nml tlrlifihtful place or ot Tutc Spring, Turn. IJour.d trip Excursion tickets nre on sa'.e il:.;y, good u-t'I October 31st, via W.i.- .. HSU' Sc,y l r.i t.nivCjri!.r Stop-overs allowed t t i. Excursions will be ru:i J Vcr full infortnati n rc " . U. II. Tol l. D.-.tri t 1 They kn jw hi t! Jlng business in n busirwn like way. Better open !ii h nn nccount even if jour airairs are nut !rnf. lu'V wiii (jru-.v nil riKl't- The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANH 01s LANCASTER. Gip'lol i 50,000. Surplus $30,000. A-. It KNNY. I'rrsluVrit J. R STOItMKS, Vice I'ri-s't. S. C. DKNNY. CmlikT. It. 1 JmillY, Ahh'I CmkIiht. J. lili-U Hook. Keeper Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WK SOLICIT YOUIt HUSINKSS. Smual I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'oney, J. K. Storniea. S. C. Denny, J. I.. Gill. Dr. V. M. Klliott. Director. Stop At Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Price. Free Auto-Bus Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. New Management. Big lit j c f Western North 1 r I i.l trnr-t 5vr n:nrl J cf the South i. it". Three special Low Fnte : .,; the summer. Ask for details. It Ai -iit, Southern Kailway, or Write . Atnt, !. uuviile, Kentucky. Diaw A Check for die mowy you ov e ami note how much more res pectfully your creditors re L'ard you. They like to do busitmsj with a man who has nil account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. The J. GREENBERG, Manager. I riti Central Kecord, Thursday July 20, 19 1 6 Roadster Ring Every Day. LADIES FREE THE FIRST DAY. A DASHING SUIT. Thlt Suit Ho All Hallmark! of Fash ion's Decreet. A Ma. k nml wh'to . lin I. iil imrvltj (! f.shlons this I'll nins'im Milt fur Juveniles. Tho oMieliiel)- fu'l skirt I beautifully hung In deep fold, nml the Ml ; It IHIOII I.INKa ci.it lias n ill i'ii en 'O out tlio bnck, nn cxtitisli'ii of ilu rtl collar. Tlio H'k cH are as uou-l us the lntiTcsiIni; Jet tllttlHIS. ABOUT SLEEVES. For Her Who Maket Her Thin Cownt Early In the Seaion la Thlt. All nttrncllvo btjlo for the summer frock of thin iiuiteilut U mntlo with to ruillei uttnche.1 to llio ulet'To liy tiny corillnpi. The new full lej: o' mut ton top attaiheil to .1 lou, lllit HtlluK culT, i'IhIIiik In iloulilt llarlni; culf.i, i anolher new ktjlc. The ilrnp sliouMer ami hell kleevo arc iittructhely emu Mneil In nnothor. Tills U one of the prettiest fleeu-J for thill futirlca. The List won! In khcrviloiii nml Ihiisiii iloulile capoi U (lermltteil to he In a claks nil Us own, n pretty tnoilel for a froilc of Nllk or linen. With bilk j the pun or the frill tuny he of line all uii-i I. lie nr nei nun Willi linen or or caiiillo wonM ho effivtlve. An (Hhl Utile kleevo Mllh lliirlus ruf flo was worn hy the klar In ono of the Reason's moat popular imialrtil come illes. It eiUlres a pretty, plump iiriu. hut MouKl he ilear formievenlni; frock Willi no many new types of klicu-n ami Dame l'usliloii's permUslou tu combine fahrlcs, surely any woman who can hauillen needle bhoiiM honlile to brine her best leftover frocks up to ilate. Souiettmes It iloes not pay lo tihe niutli time to ivmoilellui; n sum uicr dress, but If the material Is In Rood cumin on and especially If It Is till; or katlu n few dollars' worth of new trlinmhiKs ami n little of ouo"s paro time will mako It worth while. If It's Read In Court. Somo failures are to ha denlrcd. A man who writes an Interesting lovi letter may Bomo day ho clad ot It. Freezing Coconuts to Get at Milk. A IV'tiiisyl vnnlu inun lias devised n means of removing coconut shells by frcetlnc the nut until the shell is fcllphtly contracted, nud then subject InR It to u comparatively high tempera ture hi nf to cause rapid cxpttuloii. Cracks In tlio shell are thus produced. A serlis of hnumlcr blown then com pletes tl.o breuklnc of the shell. I'op ular Science Monthly. i $2,500.00 In Premiums. 3rd I Your Uncle Sam'l Speaks My temper Is not 11 Imlr trigger I low to the Rentleman lavf. riei-aure I utn atronger ami Lleirer I don i alap n little m.-ui'a Jaw. put, eon. It some fellow l!IU-ea 1 am )ellow Ami thinks that nltli entily I'm kicked, Juat take It from Ham'l, lour oM L'nclo Bam'l. that aome one's atiout to Le llckedl Xf any durned, eaky muskeetcr Krs Lulling Just out ot my touch X say. "There are sones that are sneet er; Put, pshaw! You ilon't bother me much!" Hut, son. If that creature Should I '11 o any feature, Dellce me. It will not Lo rash To bet that old Sam'l. your stuns Uncle Sam'l. will ilatlcn that skeetcr ker- amaatil Of Elory I never o ravine Or emearlriR t elllk'ercnt oaths. The banner 1 sldum am uavlng, ThoiiRh kometlmcs I use tt for clothes. Hut, ron. If a Kreascr Who thinks he's a Caesar Throws mud on that fla of my pride, Juit take It from Sam'l. your hot Uncle Hrfm'1, that soon I'll be tannine his I, l.U-1 John O'Keefe la New York World. AMERICAN TROOPER TELLS OF KILLING MEXICAN GENERAL First Shot Downed His Horse and Second Ended Life of Gomez. Illll Harris, first class marksman. Troop It, Tenth cavalry. Is the man who tired tho shot that killed General Gomez, tho Mexican leader who lured ' the Americans Into the trap at Car rizal, Here Is tho soldier's story: "There was n corporal on tny right t We were Uat on our bellies. Tho cor poral had shut six Mexicans. "'Mlshty hot, ain't It, Illll?' "'llotter'n hades, I said. 14 'Yes, boy,' the coriniral said, 'but It ain't half as hot as It's Kolti to be. Look yonder! That's n llanklu' party. Illll. i-uie they're Roln' to wlpo us out clean out of this climate!' "Then lie reloaded. I didn't pay much attention to him for the next few minutes. The Mexicans were sure , khootliu tlilht lit us light at tny head. The sand looked like rain was hitting It. Then the corporal got plugged. "Then I got my sight lUed for 2.V) yards. Through it I could see the Mex lean general galloping toward us, but n little to the right. I plugged his horse. ITrst shot, down be went. The general went donu with him. I got him Jut ns ho was scrambling to his feet. Ho Just doubled all up, then doubled nil down again, slow like, to the sand. "A spent bullet bit me In the arm. and luy rltle was knocked out of inj hand. I then drew my revolver anJ fired until some mounted Mexicans cmuo riding furiously down at us. I ran. The Mexicans camo forward curs lug, and one shouted and asked me what I wits lighting them for. I s.ild T ain't lighting you. I've done quit' "They ininle nie a prisoner and began to search me. They took my money my clothes and a ring, mid then lliei fought out the stuff. They tied me vtitu u rope mid took me with the oth er prisoners tu Villa Ahumnd.i mid then to Chihuahua. They tied all the prls oners with ropes mid took us south lu n rattle car. "They bandaged our wounds after wc reached Ahumada, mid they gao us water that night. They nUo gate us some of the same food they were cat lug. Some of the Mexicans at Aim madii threw rocks at us nml cursed us. uud some said they would hang us. "This also liai'pened when we reach ed Chihuahua. Tho olllcers nud our guards, however, treated us fairly well. They did not kick or nbiiso us, and they gave us food nud water. Aside from taking our clothes, which tho I.urd knows they needed badly enough, they did not hurt us." Nnarly Always. When is n l leiu not a poem I" nski ae lllrmlnnham Age-Herald. Whet i d In n magazine. Macr- -rnpl Thoughtful Husband. A New Yorker tells of a married couple he observed at a county fair lu Ohio. They found themselves lu the center of quite n crowd neur one of the muusenieiit booths und the husband ad dressed Ids wife In this wise; "I say, dearie, I think you'd better giro me tho lunch basket. Don't you see, we tiro apt to lose each other lu this crowd 1" LITTLEJOIIN'S BIG CARNIVAL ON THE and 4th, 1 J. BEECHER ADAMS, I PRACTICE HOUSES .... HlXlie ECOnCfTIICS AfG NOW Home Economics Arc Now Taught by Object Lessons. OUR GOVERNMENT SPEAKS Just at the Art of Housekeeping Calls For Acquaintanceship With Real 1 Brooms and Stoves, Ss Does the 1 Larger Field Require Real Cottages. Hoii'eKeephig cottages, In which the students obtain actual practleo In household work, are n prominent fea ture ot current progress in home ecj- niunlcs, according to n report Issued by the department of the Interior through I the bureau of education. I "The practice liou-e Is ns dNtlnctiy n I legitimate part of the equipment for I teaching home economics ns tlio sew I Ing machine, ironing board or Individ 1 ual desk with Its cooking utensils," de Clares the report. ! "Homo economics departments In schools and colleges ate not nil so for tunate ns to hae residences in which to Instruct In home management and In housewifery. There has been some hesitancy among school officer be cause of the Initial expen'e ot u prac tleo house. Itut as it is recognized that tliee houses are quite as necessary as are good laboratories mid that the maintenance costs nre not excessive i more departments are being thus sup plied. Theo houses offer opportunl- ties for experimental studies hi house- hold adnilnUtratlon, make practleo tu homo furnishing possible and afford excellent places for studies In nutri tion." The report says that homo economics nre now n recognized course of study hi nil agricultural colleges to which wo men are admitted. Thirty-one state universities offer regular courses In home economies, and mot of tho pri vate nnd donoinlnatl'imil colleges and universities now offer similar Instruc tion. So Important has the subject be come la state public school sylems during the past two or tlnvo jears that now practically our, state normal Bchool has a course lu home economics for prospeetlie schoolteachers. Summer schools nre coming to play an especially Important pait In home economics teaching. The bureau of ed ucation received announcements from 1P2 schools that were offering courses during the summer of 1U1 1; lu l'.U.I the number leportlug had Increased to "CO, nud n still further increase Is id toady assured for 1010. Twenty-three states report an outline of lessons In homo oeonomlis for state wide use. A state manual of study tor the public elementary schools of Ala bama contains an outline for lessons lu cooking mid suggestions for the teaching of sewing In the grades, with lists of equipment nud referent rs for domestic science teachers In the grades. In California each county or city board of education prescribes Its own course of study In homo ecouoiu Ics. An outline for n course ot lessons lu home economics lias been prepared for the common schools of Illinois. This Is made use ot particularly lu the rural schools. Tho domestic science section of tho high school conference of Illinois has recently completed a com prehenslve outllno for practical les sens In the llfth, sixth, seventh r.ml eighth grades. Dtetle Used as Food. A beetle found extensively on tho high plains of ICcuador, roasted like a theslnut, Is eaten by tho natives of that country. Coasts Noted for Fogs. Oflldal figures show thnt fogs nre more frequent oil the coasts of Maine nud New Hampshire than on uny oth er parts of the coasts of the United States. Proper Hats Important. Wearing lints In boyhood retard' the growth nud full development of tin vessels that nourish the roots of tin hair uud uirounts for the buldiiess In early life. An examination of the liemb of liojs will enable one to deteriului whose heads will be made bald hy the wearing of hats uud whose lieuds will not, Willi u reusoniible degree of cer talnty. Hats should be inudo to meas ure like suits und bo so constructed that tho pressure will rest only usu the corners of the forehead uud the center of the buck of the head. Splendid Attractions. lie Th WrJl"W ' StBmS Monday, SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, J Lily 23 $1.50 C. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we hind ourseUes not to hunt thereon, nor permit anj body else to do so, and we further agree to piosecute with dili gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our hinds for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act s Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of ear ning out this agreement. Except each of us have the light to kill rabbits on our Tiirms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'etl hy us. This November 13th, W15. !!. I,. Klkin. Jno. M. I'arra, W. II. llurton, Iluselden l'ros , J. II. Dalton, J. 10. lioliiiiaon, W. II. Ilrowii. Alex Walker, T. A. Klkin. F. M. Tintler. I-ognn Hubble, G. M. Deshoii, II. II. Cox. J. W, Sweenev, W. M. Mahan. John II. Smith, .1. N. Hoss, Fisher Herring, Hughes Itros, Withers Ilros. William. Marcus and Jim II. K. Wilniot, White. J. U. I'ope, Mrs. Uuvid Chenault, W. K. Cook, Ilulfman Ilros, Win. G. Anderson. W. 11. Moss Jno. M. White, Iiright Herring. Kriil J. Conn, J, V. Klmore, T. C. Hankin. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr It. II. Henry. A. 1). Ilradshaw. II. I.. Iiarker. L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AI1K1VE. To Maysville, connecting at ltichmor. with L & N to Frankfort & Loultville; No 71 ! 8:35 a. tn. To Itow land & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with U & N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville, No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fait train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting; at Lebanon Junction to Kliznbethtown & Howling Green, and at llartistnwn Junction to llardstown & Springfield. No U; H:V p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to llrlstol & Atlanta. GROUNDS. Secretary. Court Day, ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES'.. The following aie the dates fixtd fir holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 far as reported. Mt. Sterling, July 19-4 days. Winchester, July id I dajs. Harrodsburg. July 23 I days. Taylorsville, August 14 daa. Henderson, August 1 -5 dajs. "Danville, August 23 dajs. lisrea, August 23 dnjs. HIuh Grass Fair, Lexington, Atignsff days. Uniontown, August 85 daj'5. Fein Creek Fair, lluechel. August ft I days. Mt. Vernon. August 9-3 duv Ihirkesvillo. August 9-4 day. I'errj ville, August 9 3 dnjs Lawienceburg, August 134 dajs. Spepheidstille, August 154 lUys. Owensboio, August 155 da)s. llrodheud, August 10 3tlas. Tri County Fair, Sanders, Augu.t Its I days. Kwlng, August 17 3 dajs. Knights of I'ytliias Fair, Stunfonf. August 233 duys. Columbia, August 224 dajs. Frankfort, August 291 dajs. Ilurdstown, August 291 ilius. Nicho'uiville. August 293 days. Pennyroyal I- air. HopkiusvillH, Aug ust 29 5 days. F.lizitbc thtowu, August 293 days Harboursville, August 20 3 tlaj. Time Table. Southern Rail hi 'd. Danville, Ky North-bound. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, daily .4:30 a.m No. 4 Pan-American Spo- cial, dully C:03 a.m. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 a.m. No. 14 Carolina Special, daily . 7:00 a.m C Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. 2- Cincinnati Limited, daily 5:20 p.m 12 Uoyal Palm, dally.. 5:37 p.m. South-bound: No. No. No. No. C Local Express, dally 11105 n.m. 11 Uoyal ralm, Uaily..ll:2o ,ra. 1 New Orleans Lim ited, daily U::S a.rrv 13 Carolinn Special, dally 10:15 pin. 3 Pan-American Spe cial, dally 11:35 p.m. 0 V loritln Spe- No. No. No. No. No. clul, daily H:? p.m. 27 Blue Grass Spe No, cial, dally except Sunday, arrives.. Hr f ft p.ni For rates, routes ami information, call upon or address M. J. 'ieMin. gent; 'phone 34(1.