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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
PURE REUOlOh, UNI A RNI8RED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 9. 1916. TWINTT SKVKNTH YIAR. NUMIII 31. 3 i n i. in 1 i n.L i uon Twaiuonncnusii i i Get Your g SAUSAGE HILLS. LARD PRESSES AND BUTCHER KNIVES I NOW WHERE? AT CONN BROS. ! LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. :; I 1 1 H Faints- Mi Kinds. Window Glass All Sizes. MoRoberts Drugstore vrm Mrrn a vi.ach iifiHT Ton 8 OUR NEW line or s CANNED GOODS i arc now in our store. g None Better-Few as Good $ Our prices have not been Increased although there has been a big advance In the market. S DAVIDSON & TIMINSON. 3 OLD HIGKORY WAGON RunsLighter-LastsLonger 1 ii ! Five times as many used as any other wagon. Our prices are right. Sold by W. J. ROMANS Crrmo Dairy Feed will make vour awi kIv mote milk. For tale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Try our high grade flour. It la guar antied to please you or money back. Sacks or barreli. I Hudson, Hughes & pArnau. The Circle Girls will hold their annual Goose Supper, November 24th. They will appreciate a call, from you to have a plato reserved. He sure and hear Dean Mary Sween ey diacun the high coat of living, the ratio of Income to exiensc nnd the nourishing value of foods at School Auditorium, tomorrow afternoon. Still another export record has been broken. The total value of goods ship ped out of this country In September was $512,817,957, or $3,000,000 more than for August, when exports first passed the half billion mark for a sin gle month. ELECTORAL VOTE Where They Stand Now. State Wilson Hughes Alibama 11! Arizunu 3 Arkansas 9 Californin 13 Colorado C Connetticut... 7 Delaware 3 Florida C Georgia 14 Idaho , 4 Illinois . S3 Inciana IS Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Kentucky 13 Lodiaana 10 Maine C Maryland a Massachusetts 18 Michigan IS Minnesota 12 Mississippi 10 Missouri 18 Montana 4 ' ' Nebraska.: 8 Navada 3 New Hampshire 4 New Jersey 14 New Mexico 3 New York 45 North Carolina 12 North Dakota S Ohio 24 Oklahoma 10 Pennsylvania 38 Rhode Island 5 South Carolina 1 South Dakota 5 Tennessee 12 Texas 20 Utah 4 Vermont 4 Virginia 12 Washington 7 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming 3 Totals 2i8 230 Doubtful -Oregon -. 5 West Virginia 8 Total number electoral votes S31 Number necessary lor election 2CC. KENTUCKY ROLLS UP OLD TIME MAJORITY FOR DEMOCRACY Wilson's Plunliay Reaches 26,604 Votes I'rvsident Wilson's majority in Ken tucky last Tuesday reached 2tl,C0l votes over Charles B. Hughes, Itepublican. The total number cast for Wilson being ISX.GiJ, Mr. Hughes receiving a total of KM, yO'J votes. In the races for Con Kress the Democrats won in every dia trict, savn the Tenth and Eleventh and in those districts the majorities were rut down materially. Helm's majority in this district will reach nearly 3,000, In the Sixth congressional district President Wilson und Rcuresentativo Arthur II. Rouse received majorities of more than 10,000 over their Itepublican opKnents, while III the Seventh dis trict Representative Cantrill has a ma jority of over U.000. In tho Ninth dia trict Representative W. J. Fields has n majority of close to 0,000. fjie Congressmen carried their dis tricts by the following votes: First District- A. W. llurkley. Dem ocrat, over 0. 1'. Thomas, Republican, by a majority of 13.7S7. Second District David II, Kicheloe, Democrat, over W. T, Fowler, Republi can, by a mujority of 3,700, Third District -It. V. Thomas, Jr.. Democrat, over J. Frank Talor, Re publican, by a majority of G18 Fouith District Ilcii Johnson, Dem ocrat, over John I'. Haswell, Republi can, by u majority of 3,022, Fifth District -Swngar Sherley, Dem ocrat, over W. C. Owens, Republican, by a majority of 1,080. Sixth District-Arthur II. Rome. Democrat, over J. E. Shcpard, Republi can, by a majotity of 10,815. Seventh Disttict J. Campbell Can trill, Democrat, over W. J, Mamby, Re publican, by a majority of 9,483. Eighth District-Harvey Helm, Dem ocrat, over L. T. Neat, Republican, by a majority of 2,981. Ninth District-W. J. Fields, Demo crat, over A. J. I'ennington, Republi can, by a majority of 5,434. Tenth District-John W. I.angley. Republican, over Willis Station, Dem ocrat, by majority of G.305. Eleventh District-Caleb Powers, Re publican, over S. U. Dishman, Demo crat, by a majority of 19,373. DRIFT OF LATE RETURNS INCREASE HIS LEAD. NEARLY AIL DOUBTFUL STATES SHOW STEADY TREND FOR DEMOCRATS. A telenhone message from Democratic headquarters last night late, states, thBt Chairman MrCormlck claims that "when the count is finishsd Wilson will have more than 300 electoral votes." In claiming the re-election of Woodrow Wilson a statement was made from Democratic headquarters, that the President could lose both California and Minnesota and still be elected. Mr. McCormlck claimed the "solid South" with 149, Arizona 3, California 13, Colorado C, Idaho 4, Maryland 8. Missouri 18, Minnesota 12, Montana 4, North Dakota 5, Nebraska 8, Nevado 3, New Hampshire 4, New Mexico 3, Utah 4. Washington 7 and Wyoming 3. lotal JS3. Photo by American l'rss Association. PRESIDENT WnODROW WILSON. GARRARD COUNTY POLLS HER LARGEST VOTE AND REDUCES REPUBLICAN MAJORITY. Exactly 3,000 votes were icllod in fiarrurd county last Tuesday which was several huudred more tlmn was ever known here before. The election passed oir quietly and the result of the county's vote was announced within thirty minutes after the polls closed. The result gave the Republicans a major ity of 251 votes, four years ago this county gave a Republican majority of 311 and eight year ago a majority of 487, Helm ran practically with the President and he is re-elected to Congress by something like 3,000 majority. The following is the tabulated vote of the county. Demo- Repub- Prohibl- Social- Progrei Social Precints cratir lican tion 1st slve Laboi Helm Neat Court II. 223 165 I 1 1 223 165 East Park 232 219 3 232 219 Wast Park 134 141 3 134 141 WestB. 171 184 6 2 171 184 EaatU. 174 129 1 174 12J Uuckeye 93 247 93 247 WalkeraS. 93 140 93 140 Paint Lick 157 192 157 192 Union 96 210 96 210 Totall 1373 . 1627 14 2 1 1 73 1627 s T 0 Y E s LOR ENC3ES 1 IB i jBj HI m Make Your Home Comfortable. M m A No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and r?? J2 five rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter H Holds Fire All Night. Haselden Bros., 11 Lancaster, - Kentucky SI W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. CO FRESH OYSTERS, CELERY, CRAN BER RIES AND HEAD LETTUCE, ETC. Phone 20. Theo Currey. See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. r m 73 CO r o m o O r D m z CO c z CO m WJLinHd 3HOHUO ' O S I H d 3 IAI: i Capital $50.000. Surplus $50,000. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 1. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check 2. Never lend an ekr to "Get-Rich-Quick" schemes. 3. Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about it. 4. Rent a safe deposit box for your valuable paper?. 5. Make free use of the up-to-date service we oiler. 6. Teach the child the value ot money by giving them an allowance. 7. Meet your friends ut this bunk for transacting important business e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KV. U. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. 0. P.ICNEY, Ass't Cash'r JOE J. Walxek, Jr., Hook-Keeper. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copftal $50,000. Surplus i30,000. A. It )ENNY, President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Prei't S. 0. DENNY. Cathler. It. T. Jmbuv, Ass't Cashier. J. U Ultx, Book-Keeper; Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. 4,AIx It. r Denny, J, H. Posey, J. E. Stormei, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. 11. Elliott. Director.