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The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26, 1916
The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 a yeah. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nntl Mtfr, Knttrtd t tha Vott Omr In Ijuicsitrr, Pifnii'l C1M Mull Mstirr K,., Member Kentucky Press Association nil Eifjfilh District Publishers Lvalue. Lancaster, Kj., October 26, 191G Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Cltv Oltites . . .$ G.Ofl 'or County Offices lll.OO tor Stat? and District Offices.... IT.. Ml For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of Individuals or expres sion of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Democratic Ticket. For President WOODKOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President THOMAS II. MARSHALL of Indinnn. FOR CONGRESS. HARVEY HELM, ot STANFORD. KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Hicuins n candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ ratic nomination for County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination forCounty Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri mary, August 1917. We are authorizsd to announce E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Primary, August, 1917. The While Flag. The Republican National Committee must be preparing to concede the elec tion of Mr. Wilson, if the table pub lished as coming from it, ns tho result of a reuort made by its campaign tour manager. Charles W. Farnham, means anything, says the New York Times. It is u table of the Hughes States and the doubtful States. This table is said Jo be based on the polls taken in the various Slates, the private figures sup plied to State Committees, and the estimates of State leaders. In the column headed "Sure for Hughes" is includrd Ohio, which is notoriously doubtful and inclined to Wilson. Ohio has 21 votes, and the table gives Hugh es only 300 altogether, or 31 more than a majority. Washington, with 7 votes; Wisconsin, with 13, and Delaware, with a, are also inciuueu, though they are nil doubtful. Hut when wo turn in this official list to the "doubtful" States the admissions ore amazing. In this doubtful list the Republican tour managr concedes the II votes of New Jersey, the 7 vote of Connecticut, the 8 votes of Nebraska, the 8 vote of West Virginia. If the Reiwblicans do not carry New Jertey and Connecticut, what reasonable ex pectation have they of cairj ing New YorK.' nut. in Its craze for candor, its appetite for admission, the official list leave nothing to tho imagination. It is not content with a mere list of doubt till SUite, but tub-divides them into 'prabaW' and "nowiM Ilughas Suite; and in the list of States uhi h are only "postiblu" it yokes toa,ethr Maryland and Kentucky, Oklahoma and Mlwouti. In other words, It admits that tho lieHiblicaiui have no muie cbaiwo in Maryland than they have in Kentucky, no more chance In the half- hyphenated .Mute or ,"ilsouii than in the intellectually Southern State of Qhlalwma. Now Jersoy and Connteti- eut doubtf ul. Nebraska and West Vir ginia only probable, Maryland only laible!! On what day next week d es the lUpuuli'-an National Committee in torn! to cluse its doors. dibnndit office Stuff, concede the election of Mr. Wil son, and adjourn? As It K'tma to have made up its mind to do tho things, whir wait? CAMPAIGN Headquarters For Women Opened At Seelbach, Louisville. October 17, 1010. Editor The Record: Lancaster, Ky Dear Sir: Please announce In n conspicuous place In your paper that the women have opened Democratic Headquarters in Louisville nt the Seelbach Hotel, where they will gladly welcome their friends. They hope and pray for tho sake of peace and preventing the unnecessary bloodshed of our boys, that a Woodrow Wilson Women's League be organized In your county. Send the names as soon as possible into Headquarters. Our time Is limit ed, we urge haste. We heartily wel come all encouraging Utters nml callers. Yours for continued peace and pros perity, Mrs. Hordie II. Rippy, Chairman. DRIVING THE GERMANS From The Support Of Hughes. While Candidate Hughes is using the soft pedal in his effort to hold the sup port ot the Germans, Roosevelt is driv it away by his violent abuse of them, and a change of sentiment is observed all over the country. The hyphenates had made the impression on the loyal Germans that Wilson is unfriendly to them, but they arc finding out their mistake and will vote for him. Letters from the State Campaign headquarters from the German strongholds in the state indicate this, and show that in Kentucky nt least, there are very few dialoMil Germans. The Cincinnati Post is authority for the statement that the leaders in that city had Roosevelt's car switched so that he could not address the crowd that had gathered for fear his blood and thunder utterances would play smash with the vote in that German stronghold, and then laid the fault on these railroads, STATE EDITOR'S MIDWINTER PROGRAMME EXTENSIVE "UNSELFISH SERVICE" WILL BE IM PORTANT TOPIC. Conference On New Conditions With Local Club. Speakers Are Numerous. A programme of "Unselfish Service" was arranged by the Executive Com mittee of the Kentucky Press Associa tion in session at The Seelbach Friday for the midwinter press meeting, to be held in Louisville Thursday and Friday of Christmas week. It was unanimously decided by the members present, Messrs. R. L. Elkin, of Lancaster; J. Nail LaRue, Franklin; J. Curtis Alcock, JelTersontown, and Ben Cozine, of Shelby ville, thit the A GREAT OCCASION. Democracy certainly had full course and was glorified at Louisville the other night when that great trio of orators, Congressmen, Carter Glass of Virginia, J. Thomas llcflln ot Alabama, and our own Senator, Olhe M, James, spoke from the same rostrum, and recounted the achievements of the Wilsnn admin istration. Gov. W. 1. Thome and Swagger Sherley also made short ad dresses and ndded to tho enthusiasm of tho vast assemblage. Mr, Glass Is unnirman ot the House Committee on banking nml currency, and is also Secretary of the Democratic National Committee. He It the author of that great piece of constructive legislation. the redernl Reserve Act, though with becoming modesty he gave the Presi dent, whom he characterized as tho guiding genius, the principal credit for law. His speech was mainly explann tory of the law, which has accomplish ed the results sought, that of taking the control of the money market out of the hands of Wall street nnd making It practlcnlly impossible for It to throw the country into devastating panic. He took some severe raps at Mr. Hughes for trying to discredit the law. and said, if he Is electeJ, the probability is tnat Us most effective feature of regional banks, would be made to give way to Wall Street's desire Mr a certral bank. Mr. Hughes policy of evasion and criti cism was also scored, and Mr. Glass closed with n powerful appeal for the re-election of Wilson and the man who had given him such faithfu laid, as Con gressmnn Sherley. Senator James' speech was, like all his efforts, a splen did one, while those of Governor Thorne and Congressman Heflin, interspersed, as they were, with pointed stories and jokes, kept the crowd, which tilled the theatre from pit to dome, in the great est good humor. If anyone thinks thot the fifth district is going to heed the pleas of Hughes and Roosevelt, he has another think coming. It is going to give the largest Democratic majority for years. SAYS OVEREATING BANKRUPTS MANY Physical Insolvency Awaits For Those Who Abuse Stomachs, TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION. The oft repeated phrase, "truth is stranger than fiction" is frequently verified in our daily lives, for many things happen in real life that llavor of romance, yet are verily true. In sub stantiation of this, n case might be recited that happened a few months ago in an adjoining county, and which has never been made public in print before. The fatter of n young business man was at the time acting in the capacity of sheriir of his county, and being in structed to deliver a man who had been adjudged insane, to the authorities of a near-by asylum, the father commis sioned the son to take possession of the individual and convey him to the keep ers of the house of persons of unsound and impaired minds. The deputy entire session should be devoted to I enarge anu hearing discussions of what the editor was tu0n s!wtJiK on iowa" '"1" rn i.rnnnv ,'l.. fnr hi, St.,!- .i m nome of unfortunate brother. Re- community, aside from publicity. After rre reac:'inK "'J''" 'he "cm adjournment of the midwinter meetincr ma" securcu Ule rl"""u' P-W MEALS SHOULD PAY DIVIDENDS Tanlac Health Expert Chats In Novel Way of Bodily Problems and De scribes New Treatment Which Has Proved Tremendous Success Every where Introduced "Tired Feeling" No Joke. "Aro your meals pa) Ing you divi dends?" "Or arc they plunging you Into physical bankruptcy?" These were novel questions the Tan lac hcaltit expert recently asked, II continued: "livery meal )ou eat should glva you more than mero satisfaction of our nunger. It should mid to your supply of blood, bone nnd muscle. It should gUc you more strength, more vlcor. more vitality to enrry you pleas antly and profitably through life. "Tired reeling" No Joke. "You will notice that some people never get plrmp. No mattor how much or liuw llltlu they eat. they re main scrawny and tiiln. They are weak, nneuilc. easily exhausted, nnd atlllrtrd with 'that tired feeling,' which Is no JoKe, but n symptom of dancer oils Illness on the way. Such people are seldom inppy. They arc always weary, and often nervous and Irritable. "They don't deep well. Tin Ir ktom sch Is a sonrco of .constant distress and discomfort. Ilrl'hlng and bloat ing front gas, headaches, dizziness. In digestion. dvspepsln, pains In the back, and otiier ailments keep them almost constantly mlseraldo. Tanlac Great Success. "Tanlac tho new tonic which has been having such wonderful success everywhere It has been Introduced, Is designed to relieve disorders vvhUh have their origin In a run down condi tion of tho digestive and assimilative organs Its success as a reconstruc tive tonic, appetizer, lnvlcornnt and revltallzer depends In large part upon Its having aided digestion and pro moted assimilation, so that food taken Into the system becomes n benefit. When tho stomach and other digestive oreans are In good condition, the foundation of health has been laid " News Of The Churcues. HELP ELECT WILSON Tim ((lilimate xpA inciuVnUl to u campaign will run up to imvrl hun dred dollars ' this cunty and we know tht lbr w many good Democrat in Uuinad county who wlh to contribute U the re-t-iMUvn of President WiUon Mai Unist in H financial way toward th vhmm. Van ar urged and ir.. vllwi to rontrwaU to Ink fund and thoe dattrinsT tu aid us In thi wk can loave gr mail thir totilnbution u Mr. G. (2. WalUr, vrka Usf been ignutnd us Treasurer for this fund. R. 1. LlKin, I liuirinun. a conference will be held with the Hen KranMin Club of Louisville on business matters, especially on account of many problems which have arisen since the lust meeting, notably the excessive cost of white paper. The convention will be called to order at 1:30 o'clock by President John U. Gaines, and an invocation will be pro nounced by the Rev. Dr. David M. Sweets, Mayor John H. Iluschemeyer has been invited to deliver an address of welcome, to which a response will be made by Woodson May of Somerset. The relation of the editor to independnt politics, to community development to civic achievement and high ideals will be outlined in the keynote speech by Thomas W. Thomas of Iloivling Green, former president of th Kentucky liar Association, whose subject will be "The Fourth Kstute." Mrs. Desha tlreckin ridge, of Lexington, has been invited to deliver an address on the subject of "Making Our Women Folk Happier," in which the newspaper men of the State will be asked to lead theircomtnu nities in a general movement and in which the subject of "Women Suffrage, will be carefully evaded. The vi.itorii will bo the guests of the Louisville Convention and Publicity League at a dinner Thursday evening and later a theater parly. The newiMper oditur in i elation to the material development of Kentucky will bt diacuited in two paper-) Friday morning. Dr. Fred Mutchler, head of the Kentucky Experiment Station Ex tension Department of Lexington, will 8Bk on "Agricultural Opportunities" and to Denny It. Ooode has been assign ed the subject of "Industrial Opportu nities." llishop Charles K. Woodcock has been naked to give, tho closing uddreas on the subject of "Personal Servie." After adjournment of tlio convention a bu-ine-w session will be held Friday afternoon uud shop talk will bo restrict secured the from the officer and quietly placed them in his l ocket. On arriving at the asy lum he advanced and presented the papers to the superiiitnndent. stating that he was the deputy sheriff from the county in question and had brought this man for safe keeping, stating that he was very dangerous and should be care fully watched and no attention paid to his pleas to be paroled, or given any latitude of the institution. The deputy j protested in vain that he was not the I man. that it was the "other fellow". J Hut this did not work, and in conse i quence the deputy was locked up and the insane man was allowed to go fieu. He returned to his home in u few hours i to the surprise of his many ncqunin- tances. The sheriir was nolitiid and was soon on his way to the asylum to securu the release of his sor which he was only able to effect with consider able dillicultv- The insane man was subsequently re-arrested and taken to thy asylum tor treatment. Tills has ever been a fighting offence with the aforesaid deputy, when the subject is mentioned, ami in his home town, even to this present time, few ol his mo9t intimate friends will dare ic call the time when he acted in the capacity of deputy sheriir and was IocIuhI up for a day and night in a cell in the detention department of the asylum of his state. COST OF NEWSPRINT PAPER Owners of some twelve or fourteen Central Kentucky newnpupora met in I exlnglon Friday to discuss the gieat scarcity and high cost of white paper. These nowspajwr men are tiday pay ing from five to seven cents a pound for l blank paper. A year ago they were buying it for less than two uud it half Cents u pound. The question now is not , so much u matter of price, as it is getting the paper at all. i TI10 newinrint iifiner kiltllatlon la mi ed to this suasion, As far us known , extreneIv Mr9U ,lmn ( nHy p,,,,, o( this Is th first instance of a trade or- lle mln; it is believed, .mull now,. Kamiation devoting an entire cih japere may b compelled to mm(wi1 venthwi Mseion to so unselfish a topic biication. Thoae who are able to aa the personal service that they can WBa.iu,r tli atorin will do no t tremen. Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtaired In the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Dry nntsville, Decker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Uerra, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. I.. Perry Son; Crab Orchard, I.yne Hros ; Ilurgin, G. T. School field; Danville, John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts, and W. C West. Silver Creek. Lime in sacks nnd barrel", sand, cement, brick, rock screenings, elc. Hudson. Hughes & Furnau. REAL ESTATE SALES. P. T. Urown sold his farm of M) acres, 3 miles from Lancaster on the New Danville pike tu Price Ilourne for $100 per acre. Possession at once. J. E. Ncviui sold his residence prop erty on Lexington Street to R. L Hagnn for 41)0. Hoth of these sales were made l G. H. Swinebroad. the R. al E-tate M-m. F. A. OGDEN LEASES REX. F. A. Ogden of New York, closed n contract on Tu-Mlny when hv lie lenses the Rex Theatre fur a long teim. Mr. Ogden is an expei t in tux line Imvn g managed some of the big houses around New York. At present he has mo houses at Wir.rlie-.ter. Mr. Ogden H a musician of some nute end intends to give Lancaster besides the very best in photo plays, music equal to any city in the country. Seveial improvements Hre contemplated nt the Re.x in the near future; LET US HEAR FROM YOU Tho extreme high cost of paper on which we print The Record, with an ad vance of over UPO per cent., has de prived us of any profit on tho subsnip tion price, we therefore find it absolute ly necessary to collect nil subsriiptions In advance. Look at the datu on jour label ur.d if your time has expired please favor us at once with a piompt remittance. Many newspaper aro ad vancing tho price of subscription and as wo have not done this, our sub scribers should shavv their appreciation by remitting at onco. LAND AND LIVE STOCK SALE. render their communities without ox (wcUtion of reward in any form Cour ier Journal. AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN. Read advertisement of tho Wilbur It, Smith llutiness College, Lexington Kv, which has educated 20,000 young and womtn for success. dous ct. TIm shortage in iMtper is due tocauae growing largely out of the condition brought about bv the war in Kurie. It is likely to lust fur n yttar yet, altlm it is not believed that the prleeof news print paper will ever again be as low as it was up to the ipritig of HUG. In tho meantime !wper will either have to increase subwriptlon unci ad men vertisitig rates or greatly riduco tho size of their product. The lami, live stock nnd iii.ptemer t ale -if G. R. Swim-broad the ndverii -ment of whuh has been rm nig in tl. s p4i er lor the past three vvi k-. I 1 fan' t be one of the larv. ' sh . - In 1 1 recently in tW or adjourn it en i in . Mr. Swmeurbid tells U thai .' v' n s of this land will atmolulelj t !! that the farm of JWU acres w. . i ir ed fur I he year 1917. The aov in went appear in this issuu and ti sal- will lake plaee next Tu--'l.iv nn i ing. Dinner on the groui d ai.d Hur Will be served bountifully. II. C. Shoulders of Winchester, Kv, will preach at Scotts Fork next Sunday morning nnd night. Let nil who car, come out to hear this great man. Northern and Home grown seed Rye, Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. STILL A PRIME FAVORITE.! William Jennings llrynu has again demonstrated the stronghold he has on Kentucky Democrats. He Hashed thru the state and at eveiy stop was greeted by ovations; and he made speeches that will tell on election day. As n Cam paigner, the Nelirnski.n has them all skinned. Optimistic Thought. Revere Ilio pnt; but remember that we cannot live In It. Optimistic Thought. The morn powerful the obstacle the more glory In overcoming It. Optimistic Thought I'lisllme Is the mind's relief guard from tho enres of life. I I I 111 i I I I I I n REX Under New Management. MONDAY, OCT. 30th, AIT ATCH KOK OPENING .111.1.. PERFECT HOTO PLAYS ERFECTLY KOJECTED A Tlicuirr IjiiiiwUt Can Point To Willi Prlilc. COME WHERE THE GO'S GO. III I!) I I ID I t) (!) I I Silence Sometimes Wisdom. Silence at the proper noiihui Is wis dom, uud better than any speech. Plutarch. Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Chesterfield's Advice. Wear your learning like jour watch. In a private xeket . and do not pull It out and strike ti merely to show lluit ynll have one.- 'helerl!eld. Blueprints That Will Not Fade. To keep blueprints from failing when eiHiseil to htrimg light, vvusli them In clenr wuter until all the emulsion Is removed ; then place the wet print, right side up. on n smooth surface. With n palntbrn-li inver It with pernx bin of hjdrogen. Tills liilenllles the blue background mid brings out the white lluett ui-ttliirtly. miiKInc 11 print that will not file uiiiler hard unge. Popular .Mechanic .Musaisllie. Opium. Eatlno an Old Vice. Opluiii tnkln.'. or opium ii.ilng, ! n ery old vice. Without liarktiu hack to Its use In Ihose Union vvlihli an many writers uud speakers ri fer u as classic time. It Is Interesting i" recall that III the time uf Thomas I'e Qulnecy the opium habit was ejtri. id vo In Rngland that Is, It was ex tensive If the word of Ie (Julncey, who should have hud an Intimate knowledge of tds milijcct, be taken at Us face value, nnd most men nre certainly will ing to accept that writer's word nil this subject. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Plioius :)3'J-K -III nr 8M. All Orlrru Krei"o Prompt AiloiiUuii Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50.000. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 1. Pay vour bills by check, ami have vour wile n lierbillsby ch'Ck 2, Sever lend an ri.r to "(iet Uuh ljuick ' s lumes II Follow some system in savine I" rol be Imphsiard about it. 4 Rent a safe d iwslt box for ' uir v . oal le pn rs f Make free ue of the lip-to date si rvi.i we olTer. ti. Teach the child the value t timer ti- giving them an allowance, T. Meet vour friends at this bin k fur trm si ting important business II e Citizens National Bank k OF laAM'ASTKU. KY. t S R. F. HUDSON. President J J WALKF.lt, Vice Prest j 8 W. O. I'.IC.SKY. Ass't t'ash'r Jul: J. VYAI.XKH, Jit.. Hook-Keeper. " W. F. fHAMP. t ashler 1 Saturday, 11th, Be sure and visit Woman's Shop when (jo to Danville. the you' ;AV8iiii)8r AT TWO O'CLOCK. I will sell to the highest and best bid der, the residence now occupied by G. C. Rose, on Lexington street. This property is located in the best resident district in the city and within same square of Graded School building. THE LOT IS 941 FEET FRONTAGE AND IS 426 FEET DEEP. The house Is strictly modern, practically new, with every con venience and constructed of the very best material. TEKMS of sale: One-third cash, January 1st. 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent inter est payable In one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those desiring to look at property before sale will be shown upon request. Sale to take place at residence. rs Susan Fisher. Lancaster, Ky.