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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
PURE REUOJOS, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 2. 1916. twenty seventh year. NUMBER 31 it? n i. iff a. r i n I. ie uoinwaiuoi inemisn ; 1 Get Your ! SAUSAGE MILLS, j t inn nnnnnnn iiti f BUTCHER KNIVES NOW WHERE? AT CONN BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. i Faints- All Kinds. Window Glass All Sizes. MoRoberts Drug Store v-it uvrn a vr acu iimit Tnn OUR NEW LINE OF I CANNED GOODS I are now In our store. J None Better Few as Good Our prices have not been increased although j there has been a big advance in the market. I DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. Opera House Nothing But The Best In Pictures. m ti WALLY VAN" That "funny" Vita graph comedian will be shown at an early date Watch For Him. Always good ihor. That ii what wa want you to lay about our program. We strive earnestly far that distinction, and we feel that wa har achieved our purpote. People DO eay of our theater, "There U al ways a good show there." Watch this space for the an nouncement of some of the big gest and best features ever be fore shown in Lancaster. Frcali oysters st Zimmera. Wb handle only the beat First Patent Flour. Hudson, Hugh's & Karnau. There will bo a pie supper at Hyatt- ville Chapel, Hattinlay night, Novem ber Ith , for the benefit of Itev. II. (J. Smllh. Cremo Dalrv Kenl will make your cows give more milk, Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. I.ost between the railroad on Itlch mond atrect and the School building, on Wednesday afternoon, a purple cloth coat. Itsturn to this ofllce and receive reward. After going over the conditions in Indiana, Senator Tom Taggart adherea to his original prediction that the State will go DO, 000 Democratic, and your Uncle Thomas generally knows where of he affirms. The Woman's Club meets promptly at 2:30. Prompt attendance is earnest ly requeated. The members are aln requested to anawer to their nxme at roll call with a current event. The club takea a current event magazine and those who forget this before com ing, will And the magazine on Library table. Are you willing that the gratifying conditions of 'peace, prosperity and plenty be changed to the almost cer tainty of war and its fearful conaequen ces, In the event of Mr. Ilughea' election? If you are not, a ' vote for Wilson will help to keep him on guard to maintain the honor of the country and to ace that American livei are pro tected on land and sea. Mr. Hughes gave up a $12,500 office to lead the forlorn hope of a discredited party. He has no doubt realized dur ing his disappointing campaign, that he made a foolish mistake in giving up a bird in the hand for one in the bush, with the cold winter coming on, too. New York papers will probably in a fw days have in their want columna an appeal for work for a statesman out of a job. The order has gone forth to the He publican leaders in the 11th district to hold up the announcement of the vote until it Is known how many votes are needed to carry the State. This is an old game up there and has been success fully workml more than once. Hut it won't be this tin.e. Federal Detectives will be on hand, and any attempt to juggle the returns, will be sure to land the vote stealers in jail. In his every public act. Candidate Hughes nas shown hie antipathy to the man who earns his living by the sweat of his brow, and his love for the man with a bank roll. Wall Street and the Interests are backing him for all they are worth, and if elected, he will pay them back with interest. Vote for V ilaon and help to prevent the con' sumation of such a deal. It is almost as important to have a Democratic Congress as a Democratic President, as the Kxecutive could do but little unless supported by a Con gress in sympathy wjth him The gen tlemen nominated for Congress in this State have demonstrated their al legiance to President Wilson and helped him put over his program of construct ive and progressive legislation. Every one of them deserves re election, and it is the duty, as it should be the pleasure of every Democrat to roll up big ma jorities for them. Their names will appear on the ballot, below those of the electors for Wilson and Marshall, and a simple stamp in theiquare ai the foot of the Itooster will insure your v ote for them. SPEAKING AT PAINT LICK. To-morrow afternoon, Hon, John W. Newman, of Versailles, will address the people of Paint I.ick and community in the interest of the Democratic party. Mr. Newmun is a splendid speaker and a gooc' crowd should greet him. The speaking will begin at 1:30. Friday evening Mr. Newman will speak at llerea A LANDSLIDE PROBABLE The Wilson sentiment crows snacc as the duys go by and his splendid achieve menta aie becoming better understood and those in position to know the sit uation are! liredictim? a veritable land slide. The President himself is thoroughly convinced that he will he rc eltcted as he does not believe that the voters will permit Hepublicans to ob tain power and "make a mess of it." He is riirht. The neonle have already made up their minds to have four more fat and peaceful years with Wilson. Hughes Is out of the question. FINE STATEMENT. The advertisement showing the splen did financial condition of the Peoples Hank, at Paint I.ick appears In this issuo of the Itecord and Is well worth anyone's perusal. With a capital and surplus of $30,000 and over, it shows a deposit of $107,332.83 as .of October 80th. Mr. Woods, the genial cashier, believes in a liberal amount of printers Ink and when he has a good thing, wants his friends and customers to know It. Hedosen't hesitate to tell you that he attributes the wonderful prosperity of this bank and the general prosperous condition of the community, to Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic administration. FINDING IT OUT SILVER TEA. The annual Tea at the Presbyterian church which is always looked forward to with pleasure by not only members of that denomination but others who always attend, was well patronized. The church was beautifully decorsted in ferns and potted plants. Hallowe'en decorations were also in evidence. A delicious lunch was served, consisting of chicken salad, beaten biscuit, sand wiches, colfee and chocolate. . A neat sum was realized which is always In the form of a free will offer ing and is used for missionary purposes. ROUSING RALLY There was a rousing rally at Herring school house last Tuesday night, when an array of local talent swooped down on the democracy of the "cat-hole' and gave the boys a dose of Democratic doctrine that they will remember for several years to come. The speakers were O. C. Walker, J. E. Robinson, J. It. Mount and R. 11, Tomlinson. The campaign committee is very grateful for the use of the house and if the young teacher could have heard the many compliments paid her on the neatness and the patriotism of this model school building, we don't think she will grieve much over the bench that was broken, by a Democratic heavyweight, that was the speaker of the evening. ALMOST OVER. A few more days and the tale will be told, and that it will be a glorious one for Democracy seems not to admit of a dcubt, but in order to make assurance doubly sure Democrats must not relax a single effort because of over con fidence. Let every Democrat insist that every Democrat go with him to the polls and for four years more he will rejoice that he fought the good fight to keep on guard the msn who while doing so much of value to the country has kept it out of war. Stamp under the rooster and thereby also help to elect the congressmen who have given the president auch unwavering support for without a majority of whom he would be unable to accomplish the great thinga he has done and has on his pro gram to do. DR. GANFIELD DELIGHTS. "What Makes A Town Worth Living In" was beautifnlly expressed In a talk bv Dr. W. A. Ganfield, president of Center College, at the court heuse last Friday evening, under the auspices of the civic department of the Wom en's Club of this city, the house being crowded with one of the best represent ed audiences ever gathered in the hall. Mr. J. E. Robinson introduced the speaker and highly eulogized this de partment of the Women's Club for the many achievements it had accomplish ed, the truits of which can be seen in our beautiful little park, of which we are all so proud. Dr. Ganfield has made friends by the hundred and who will always accord him a hearty wel come and a glad hand. W. C. T. U. RECEPTION. On Tuesday afternoon at the home of the President, Mrs. Kinnaird, a very pleasant Informal reception was given by the W. C. T. U. The unions from Ilryantsville, Paint Lick and Hubble were invited, and the presence of these visiting ladies was much enjoyed. From Paint Lick came Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hammack. Ilryantsville sent Miss Eliza Ison, Mesdames Dr. Rose, Cun ningham, Kennedy, Williams and Uur gess. There was also present many new members as well as the old regulars who have been so faithful to the Tem perance cause these many years. May their lojalty be rewarsed, and Boon may the great liquor traffic be banished from our land, and the Hag float over the homes free from its awful curse. UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT. Mrs. Guy Davidson entertained at a most unique Hallowe'en entertainment in honor of the "Circle Girls" Tuesday afternoon. The house was artistically decorated in Jack o'lanterns and bright autumn leaves. The rooms were darkened and vuu were met at the door by a "Spook" robed in white, it led you to another door where a larger and "Spookier SKok conducted you to a small bower where a "Fortune Teller" told fortunes, revealing "pasts and presents" in a way that made all marvel at her power. Her revelations we're often so 'appropo" you felt she must be a witch indeed, llright red apples strung across the doors and a large pan of water with apples floating on top afforded a lot of amusement as different ones tried to bite them without touching them. The guessing game was the feature of the evening. On a table were cards in the form of small pumpkins, on open ing them you found a picture and des cription, written in rhyme, of each cir cle girl. Quite a number guessed them all correctly, but Mrs. Cahel Denny drew the lucky "shortest" straw which entitled her to a beautiful little hand kerchief. Mrs. Ross liastln drew the "booby" prize, which was a little pin urhion in the form of a pumpkin. A very delightful afternoon soon passed and all left with reluctance, but loud in their praise of the charming hostess and the original entertainment. TO HIS SORROW. Mr. Hughes Is finding out what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive, and will pay the penalty on election day. He will not be allowed to serve Americans and the Germans will soon feel disgust for a man who was so anxious for office ss to be willing to tell his birthright for it. RECEPTION AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The ladies of the Christian church almost to member, are preparing for a reception tn be given at the Christian church next Friday evening, November the third, in honor of the new members that were added to the church during the recent revival. The occasion should bring out the entire membership lor this delightful entertainment and reception and it is asked and urged thnt every member attend. Refreshments will be served and it is planned to have a visiting minister to make a short talk and altogether the evening will be profitably and pleasantly spent. Re member the time, tomorrow (Friday) evening, at Christian church. BEAUTIFUL WED DING DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson en tertained at an elegant course dinner in honor of the bride elect. Miss Nancy Walker, last Friday evening. Only the bridal party were seated at the festive board. The color scheme was pink, which was carried out both in deco rations and the menu. In the center of table was a large French basket filled with pink roses, the individual ices were also pink roses while the cakes were Iced with the same flower. Tiny pink baskets containing the wed ding cake were placed as souvenirs at each plate, the place cards were hand painted pictures of brides and grooms. Both the table appointments and menu were perfect in every detail. KENTUCKY'S GIFT TO BEREA COLLEGE In order to further the education of women within its borders, the state of Kentucky, through its citizens, present' ing a handsome building to the campus of Berea College. This building is to accommodate 100 young women who have come from the southern mountains for an education at Berea, and in ad' dition contains dining arrangements for 800 young women, Kentucky Hall, as the new building is to be known, is one of the most serviceable of the newer building at the Berea campus, and its entire cost, including the dining-rooms and the model kitchen adjacent, is $50,000, of which Kentuckians are en deavoring to raise the full amount. About half of this sum has now been collected. This is the first time, bo far as is known in this section, of citizens of a state as a whole raising funds for the education of young people of its own and neighboring territories. According to President Frost, of Berea College, Kentucky Hall will fill a great need in the education of the worn en of the southern mountains, and it Is hoped that this will be the first of sev eral steps of similar character to fur ther this department of Berea'a work, which has already exceeded the capaci ty of the college. MISS IDA MAY GRANT Passes Away Al Early Hour This Morning. The announcement of the death of Miss Ida May Grunt, which occurred at an early hour this morning, came as a shock to her friends although the im mediate family have known for several days that the end was near. The ar rangement for the funeral had not been made as we go to press, on account of the absence of the brother, Dr. II. M. Grant, who is now in Norfolk, Vs., but this will probably take place some time during the day next Saturday, A more extended notict of the passing awuy of this beautiful character will appear in the next issue of the Record. GOOD ATTENDANCE At Swinebroad Sale and Prices Satisfactory One of the best conducted as well us the best attended sale held near here in the past month, was that of G. 11' Swinebruad, held near Hubble, when he sold everything as advertised at prices that were entirely satisfactory. The sixty acres of land advertised was all sold, S. II. Sanders getting twenty five acres at $115. an acre; Green Estes, three acres at $150. an acre; Luther vYsaver, CJ acres ut $120. an acre and a number of three acre lots sold to various parties at from $128.50 to $16G. an acre. The farm containing 280 acres was rented publicly, to Leslie Sloan for the year 1917, for $1,200. Farming imple ments sold well. Felix White bought a jersey cow for $C5 and Jack Spoona more a nice one for $10. Fifteen jersey heifers sold $25 to $40 a head and five shorthorn heifers sold from $25 to $37. a head. Urood sows brought $28.50 to $32. while butcher steers sold at about the market price. All other stock sold well, S T 0 Y E S LORENCJS Make Your Home Comfortable. A No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and live rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter. Holds Fire All Night. Haselden Bros., 9 jij Lancaster, - Kentucky W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. W FRESH OYSTERS, CELERY, CRAN BER RIES AND HEAD LETTUCE, ETC. Phone 20. Theo Currey. See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. r m 3D Cfl r o m o O r m 2 c 2 00 m COLIDHd 3T03H0 ' O X S I H d 3 lAIf r 3riE 3ME 3F1F1 REX GARAGE CO. (Successors to Lancaster Motor Car Co.) WALTER HAMMACK. Manager. ED DOURGHERTY, Head Mechanic. OILS, GASOLINE AND ACCESSORIES. Stanford Street. One Block from Public Square. Your Patronage Solicited. 3 E3 (( E J L