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The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917.
The Central Record INCORPORATED hsued Weekly. Jl.oo a year. J. E, ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ElKIN. Locnl Elitor nnd Miir entered l tho Ivw Office lit lcmier. Kjr. 4 i Kreon.l rii Mull Mmtcr Membtr Kentucky Press Association nn.l Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 2G, 1917 )DD0S: GAINS BACK THE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct anil Citv Ulli:es ...$ 5.00 "or County Offices 1U.00 tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 r"or Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expres sion of individual vievys, per line 10 Obituaries, per line .05 We nre authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 1917. County School Superintendent. MISS JENMIK H1CG1NS. Ccaaly Court Clerk, j. o. hog in. JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. J. nRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. KAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLAHK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. GItEEN CLAY WALKER. Mrs. Jennie Hroaddu died at the' home of her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Gil bert, Monday afternoon, after n linger- . Ing Illness covering four years, several j months of which her suffering was in-1 tense. So intense had been her suffer ing thnt vhen the news spread over , Mir little tbvvn that her motherly spirit had passed over the silenj chasm into' tho world beyond where pain and sor row are unknown, hundreds of lov-, inU friends breathed ii sigh of relief to know that her fruil body would suffer' no more, r Airs. Ilroaddus was born in Madison County Jan. 'J!, 1SG1. She wai the died twenty-one years ago, Icnving live children for her to rear and care for, I that she did her duty is testified by her children "rising up and calling hertilei sed" today. Of this unusuilly bright andgood woman volumes could be writ ten. As wife, mother, neighbor, friend and Christian wornmi her life was replr te witli acts of love and wisdom. She was a member of the New Autich (thrill l.'in church, alwavs lotnl to her church and her God. I Mrs. Ilroaddus is survived bv two sons, .Messrs Cecil and Hamilton Ilroad dus, and three daughters, Mesdaires Kloyd Curtis, Edward Simpson and Mrs J. S. Gilbert. After funeral services conducted at the home of Dr. J. S. Gilbert. Tuesday afternoon, at 3:JO by Itev V. M. Tinder the body was laid to rest in the Lanr caster cemetery. WEIGHT SHE LOST S Louisville Woman Says She Put on 25 Pound NERVES ARE STEADY AGAIN "I've gained twenty-live pound lnrp last summer, when I began tilng Tun Mc," snld .Mrs. I.cim Yount, wife of Jerry Youut. proprietor of n shooting gallery nt 21.1 Wet Jefferson street. LoiiNvllle. "Itefore t started taking Tnnlae. however, 1 didn't want to cat nt nil. 1 felt so kid nil the time. It seemed like n big Job even to drc my tilth' daughter, I.elui, foiue morning. "Xotldng I took seemed to do me nny good. I didn't have miuh color In my face, nnd my toncue was coat- Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUKFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. 110GAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. , PREVENTIVE DENT1TRY j (M. S? Hatfield, Dentist.) I For many years past the best talent ! of the medical profession has been hard I at work in the effort of preventing I disease. When your physician is called to at tend a member of the family Ms first attention is, of course, toward lelief of the suffering; but if the illness is due to an infection or contagious disease your physician loses no time in protect ing the other members of the family and community Irnm the same disease. Until recently tho dental profession has made little progress along the line I of preventive treatment. However, within the last few years manv school managers, anil large commercial con I cents, are taking steps inthisdirection. I It has been clearly demonstrated that no student or laborer of any sort is 1U0 per cent, efficient while suffering from dental disorders. Diseased teeth and gums certainly impair mastication, which overburdens the stomach, resulting in disoider of that important organ. And what indi vidual is content to wilfullr allow his stomuch to labor under such a handicap We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the ac tion of the Republican Primary, August, 1017. For Assessor EUGENE I1ERKELE It is the patriotic duty of every American citizen tu help defend the rights of our country. Putting the Navv on a strong footing and building n great Army is the simplest part of the great task which we have before us, is the assertion of President Wil son in a recent article. He points out the supplying of ourselves, our soldiers, our seamen and the allied nations with food, clothing and the othsr necessities of war as being the great task. The President urges that to increase pro duction, preserve, can and dry and practice the greatest possible economy is the greatest and patriotic dutv of every man, woman mid child. As citi zens of Garrard county let's put forth every effort to help meet the emer gency by suppying all the foods and feeds that is possible for ut to pro duce. We hope that tho business men will deem it their patriotic duty to make it possible for the farmers with limited means to secure seeds, fertiliz ers and farm machinery to be paid for when crops are harvested. This is n tune when all forces must work to gether. The Federal, State and local efforts must be for ono purpose and in harynory. Great Britain tells us to employ the (elective draft so does France, 'and our own general staff and the president. On the other hand, u few well-meaning but uninformed laynien Insist on trying for five months u system which has al ready been tried in Europe and found a disastrous failure. Why they choose to ignore proven methods is past our comprehension. This is no time for the trained military authorities of the world to be botheied by a bunch' of lawmaker who are trying to apply moss-covered ideas of a former day to the organization of a modern army. It it time for the people of the United States to demand that the American congress accept the advice of men who know, and quit playing pussy-wants-a-corner with the half-hearted ones who would have the fighting done by only the willing, no matter what their qualifications. ' during the year 191"? A series of lectures will lie published in this paper for the sole purpose of educating dental troubles. No effort will be made to display the skill of any particular dentist. I feel sure that any progressive den tist will take genuine pleasure in an ' swering any question which the laity ' may ask along this line. Look well to the care of the teeth and gums while tnev are in goon condi tion, and thereby, reduce dental bills and increase the life and usefulnes of your teeth. Ailments of both mind and body will be lessened. WORK FOR LANCAS TER WOMEN TO DO. i ine women ol Lancaster can iielp in j the great war that is now going on and . in which tho United States has just en l tered. It Ir impossible to put too much I emphasis, uion the necessity for saving by every one during the war. Food is going to play as important a part, If not a more Important part, in the war than guns and amunition. I The saving of food is verv largely an I individual problem. In the final analy 1 sis it is up to the women of the patlon. 1 Everv woman should do her part in j the government's campaign tu increase and conserve the nation's food supplies. I The food necessities of all of the na 1 (ions with which we are allied In war against Germany are very great. ' The people of America must save ; every pound of food that self-impcsed ridgid economy makes possible, to the lend that there be the greatest possible surplus for shipment to our hard-pressed allien. Do not make the mistake of confusing tho food pioblem with the financial problem. You have no moral right to waste food simply simply be cause you can afford to do so than has your small-income neighbor. It Is not 'u question of saving food for the money s Bake, u must, ue saved so that there will bo enough to go around. Every pound of food that finds Its way to the garbage can means that much less of (lgh)ing strength. Volen teer today, for theduration of the war, in the great American army of food savers. Begin nqw, today, to demon strate thrift in YOUR home. Make saving, rather than wasting, YOUIt social standard. You can light for your country in your kitchen just as effectively as your husbands, brothers, sons and sweethearts are fighting for It on the field of battle. MRS. LENA YOUNT. cil and furred. 1 would go to lied with n dull hcnilaehi' nnd wake up with It npvln hi the morning. Had to Go Home. "I had to k home to my hither, Wll lard Wjiuiin. In Clark county, I ml., Ik cMie i win m nervim the slightest nol-p would upMt me. During la! summer I lot twenty-live pound. "Hut I've gullied It all buck through Tnnliu'. I really didn't start taklpg It until along toward . ember, but I noticed lis good effects from the start. My nppctltc begun t come back, nnd now I eat the heartlet kind of meal pork chop, iKJtntoes, pie nnd any thing I want. I stny right here In the shooting gallery with my liiilmul. nnd the noise docu't bother mo a bit. And, beside that, I do my housework and renins now. Splendid Color Now. "You rnu sec what good color I have In my check. People who thought 1 was solus Into decline nwhlle back nre MirpiNed now when tlif-y fcce what Tanlao ha done for inc. I can tell any one that Tniilnc U the grciiti-t tonic In the world." Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. E. McRobert. Tanlac may be obtaired in the nearby cities. Paint I.i:k. J. N. MetealY; Hrj untsville, Becker & Bnllard; Little Hickman, Collier and Ilnuier; Iterea, S. E. Welch; .Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard. Lync Bros ; liurgin, G. T. Schoolfleid; Danville, John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. Meltoberts, and W. C West. Silver Creek. (Adv) ktioB Side ON PREMISES Saturday, Maj 19th, at 2:30 p. m. in Lancaster, Ky., of PARKER GREGORY'S '7 nesioei Beautiful flichniond St, This property consists of a two stpry frame rebuilt and enlarged nine room dwelling, electric lighted, new bath and toilet, all necessary out buildings, including private Garsgc and stable, lot 123 foot front and over 100 feet deep with splendid garden. The prnpeity is in convenient wulkini! tliMnnn' from I'nlilir Square Im liomitifnl frontmji'. Inrjje lawn, .simile trees, buildings nre snbstnniinl nnl in splendid niniliiinn. Should tic seen to lie itpiirccintetl. Owner lenviiijj State Possession Hiven at unre if desired. Terms ren.sonatile mid mnde known on day of Mile. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. At tin; same time nnl place a disposition of the house furniture will c sold ai auction. Those desiring to inspect the property can call on the undersigned or nt the residence THE Thomas Real Estate Agency. Lancaster, Kentucky. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Program For Week AT CO. AGRICULTURAL BOARD Meet And Elect Officers. The liriit meeting of the Garrard County Agricultural Hoard was held Saturday afternoon April -1st. Dr. J. A. Amon was elected President; T. C. Kankiu, Vice President and Alex Doty, Secretary, County Agricultural Agent Itjgers reported on his first weeks work in tho county, reporting having visited C schools and having enrolled 37 boys in the Agricultural Club at the Lancaster Graded School. The board after considenng the various uccds of the county decided thnt the County Agent should devoto the greater puit of his time to the organization of Hoy's Agricultural clubs and the eradication of hog cholera. To accomplish tills It is necessary to have cooperation of the school and farmers. To assist in tho eradication of hog cholera, u serum station will be established in Lancaster and serum can bo gotten at any time by calling the County Agent. It was ttie unanimous opinion of the board that in order to eradicate cholera, the law in regard to the burning and burying of dead hogs must be enforced. An t-ITort will ulo bo inado to get a number of farmers In tho various eutions of tho county tu try out a number of new crops, Soy beans, Alfalfa, Sweet Clover, etc. A meeting waa called for April 23 to dis cuss the advisability of having u series , of Patriotic meeting over thi county! to consider the production of more food stuifa. This is In keeping with the, President's message who declared it to' be a patriotic duty to Increase the food supply of the nation. WANTED A good- fecor.d bicycle. Apply at this olllce. hand BUYS RICHMOND PAPERS. Shelton V.M. Saullev. who recently sold the Interior Journal, has bought all of tho Democratic newspa-rs ut liichmond. He secured the Clim.i::, Mndisnninn and Kegister, weekly pap ers, from firnit K. Lilly. Hu paid, it is laid, about SHi.UOO for the three plants. It is understood he will merge them and in a short time Issue n daily with n weekly edition. DELIGHTFUL LECTURE. Miss Meddle 0. Hamilton delighted a small audience at the Presbytelian church Mondav evening. This lecture given by this gifted woman was a rare treat nnd every heat in the auditorium should have been taken, thoso who weru absent were the losers. Ilesides the masterful lecture she read several of Hums poems. To hear .liss Ham ilton interpret thete poems In her gracious mnnner and charming voice, waa u great opportunity that no lover of literature should have missed. Al together MIks Hamilton g:iv a most delightful evenings entertainment. TEACHERS FOR NEXT YEAR; It is with pleasure we announce that the entire corps of teachem of the Lancaster (Sraded and High School aru retained for next year. Our nchool is in a most prosperous condition, there are Hj pupils enrolled, 25 more than the census calls for, this called for an additional teacher which place was un animously given Mrs. Theo Curry. Following is the entire corps of teach ers for next year. Grade Teachers Misses IWasliear, Anderson, Tinder, Elmore, Ulcli, Kav anaugh, Smith and Mrs. Curry. High School Teachers Misses Scott. Delcomp, and. Kobinson, and V. 11. Hopkins, Supt. Music Teacher -Mrs. M. II. Noland. Expression Teacher-Mrs W. H. Todd Opera House TO-NIGHT Mrs Vernon Castle in "Beatrice Fairfax" Vitagraph, Blue Ribbon Feature, Lillian Walker in ;i"THE DOLLAR AND THE LAW" in Five I'nrts, FRIDAY NIGHT. "PflTRIfT in Two Parts. Also "A Lonesome Duke," Comedy. SATURDAY NIGHT. ' Ham, Bud, Henry Murdocd and Ethel Tcare in "The New Salesman" Also Frank Moye and Gloria Payton and Myrtle Reaves in DAWN OF WISDOM" Also Tom Mix ond Victoria Forde inja Western Comedy MISTAKES WILL HAPPEN To encourage their Patriotism, next Monday Night all children under Twelve Years of age will be admitted Free, who carry a U. S. Flag