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The Central Record, Thursday, June 7. 1917.
The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. ' $1.00 a yeak. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. Inttrtitil Ibo l'oil OBec In latictttrr. Ky . Pecoii'l dim Mll Mutter Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District I'ubllshera League. Lancaster, Kr June 7, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Ulliles . . .$ 6.00 "or County Offices 10.00 tor State find District Offices. . . . 15.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 For all publications In llie inter est of individuals or expres sion of individual views, per line 10 obituaries, per line 03 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 191. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE IIIGG1NS. County Court Clerk. j. o. BOGIE, JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. J. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. Magistrate District No. 1 J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. GREEN' CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. WANTED: Junk of all kinds. Iron Rags. Bones. Metal and Rubber. Will pay GO to GOe per hundred for Iron. $1.00 to $1.25 per hundred for Rags. 50 to 00c per hundred for Bones. Metal and Rubber at highest market price. Why sell your JUNK to irres ponsible Junk Haulers when you can get twice as much by selling and de livering to us. II. B. Northcott, Lancaster and Stanford, Ky. CHAUTAUQUA ALMOST HERE. Mr. S. J. Lang, the seventeen day man, for Redpath's Chautauqua was in the city last Monday and Tuesday and fairly Hooded the city with attractive advertising. A meeting ot the guar antors was held Monday morning and a committee named to collect the pledges that were given last year. The time is very limited for this work and it is to be hoped that those owing pledges will be prompt with their payments when called upon. But better still those who know that they made these pledges last year, should call on Mr. Robert Embry at the National Bank, who holds them and would be glad to take your money. RUTH LAW WILL HAKE AERIAL TRIPS FOR LOAN Ruth Law started from Cleveland Tuesday morning on a ten days' Hying tour in behalf of the Liberty Lout) in the machine she Hew from Chicago to New York last year. She will drop paper bombs over the cities. of the middle West uml southwest With mes sages urging every man and woman to subscribe to the war fund. Miss Law, upon returning from Eur ope in the spring, onVred her services to the Government, asking that she bo sent to the front us soon as possible. Since then she has aided in recruiting. Last week she wrote Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo; "I have bought my Liberty bond and if I can do anything to Induce others to do their patriotic duty, please consider me at the command of the Government. " The flying tour was quickly arranged by the Director of Publicity, Henry L. Doherty, New York banker, agreeing to defray the expense, and to arrange for landing and dupply stations. ROOTS AND BARK ANCIENT REMEDY Our Grandfathers Ussd Them In Crude Form. CHIEFINGREDIENTS OF TONIC Our crnni'falhor mid groat urand. fathers know tln im-dli liuil ui.o of riot, barks. Honcr mill l.errle Their medicinal qualities arc the sumo nun as they were n hundred )o.ir iko. lint the lentltlc prise .if trriutiii: them lun I-tii liiipnuoil In fnrmer time the lierlw were Prow ed Int l ia 'iVihij modem hilioru torles make u :itly sttM-rlr product Tniihic Is u preparation of runts, Parks 'and berries siilijis lot In u process Hint extracts their medic lutil virtue In roll crntrntiil form. It I" cpctiall design iil to hiilM up run down people has helpnl thousands who were siiITt Ins from disordered stomachs, liver nnd kidney. Ii-iriSi It. Kelly, n mall currier New llupe. Ky.. Is .mo of Hie thou fands In the Blue tlrsiss State who have eiidiirod Tanliie. Here Is "hat he has to Miy admit this wonderful tunic "I hail trouble with iu stomal h mid bowels. After eating I had crump. lost my appetite and cot so I hated tn at mi; tiling. I felt bail nil hut My toii:;tii was coated ami I had n bail taste In my mouth. "Nothing helped mo Is-fore I started taking Tanlnc. 1 tixik three Pottles and by that time 1 could cat miytliliiu without havim: cramps. I mil feeling fine now. Tuiilae helped me from the start mid I have recommended It to many of my friends." If you lire not feeling right get 'fun- lae today. Tmilac can be bought heie (rom K. K. Me- Roberts . I'slnt Lick. J. X. Mitculf Manfopl, Penny Junction City. INjuoM. .1. Kimi- Kichnmri'l. II. L. Perry .V -on- iMmlli. . John H. Well-. WHEN WILL IT END. N'obody knows when the war will end Nobody knows on what terms it will end. but the people of the United Stat es feel that they know that the war will be won by the allies no mutter six months or six years are required to win it. in tngland most people have grown tired of attempting to predict the date of the ending of the war. Most people in England laughed at Lord Kitchener's prediction of a war of three years, wnen Italy came into the war it was generally assumed that "the end was near". Rumania's entrance last sum mer was expected to be decisive. Now the united States has come in and the war still goes on. Itje following piece of newspaper verse, which we are told is on every body s lips in London, comes as close t3 the situation as any military or civil prophet could do; "Absolute confidence have I none. But my aunt s charwoman s sister s son Heard a policeman on his beat Say to the housemaid in Downing street That he had a brother who had a friend Who knew when the war wus going to end. THE KAISER THE BEAST OF REVELATION Here is something exceedingly inter esting, if not true, which wevclip from the Montreal Star. We gladly pass It on f'Jr the consideration of others. The Star soys: "A local bibieal stud ent has discovered proof that the Beast of Revelation" is actually the Kaisers, and that the war he has pro voked will lust for three und three und n halt years. The proof is bused on the loth chapter of Revelation, verses 1-5, which read thus: And they worshiped the beast suy- ing, who is like unto the beast? Who is able to make war with him? And Ui re was given unto him u mouth speaking great things and blasphemies, and power was given unto him tu con tinue unto forty and two months. " There we have u fairly recognizable portrait of the Kaiser, and the statement of the war's duration. But the clinch ing evidence is In verse IS. "Here is wisdom." Let him that huth under standing count the number of thebeust: For it is the number uf a man; und his number is six hundred, three score und six," Hut how does the number Gfld lit the Kaiser? Thut is very simple. Listen: Give each letter in K A I S E R its al phebeticul number. A is the first, II is the second, C is third, und so on. I'lace beside each ulphebeticul number the number 0, which is the total number of letters in the word Kaiser, Add up the results. Here it is worked ou. for you. K is letter No. 11 addC 116 A Is letter No. 1, add C 1C I is letter No. 9, udd C 00 S is letter No. 10, add C 196 K is letter No. C, add 6 GO R is letter No. IS, add C ISC CCC "And his number Is six hundred, three score and six." W. T. WEST NOW A CITY FATHER At the regular monthly meeting of the City Council last Monday night, the resignation of councilman R. 1'. Gregory was accepted as he leaves in b few weeks to make his home in Hen dcrronville N. C. The naming of .Mr. Gregory's) successor was then taken up nnd by unanimous vote of the entire board, Mr. W. T. West was elected to (III out the unexpired term. The ap pointment of Mr. West is n wise one nnd that he will look well after the city's welfare goes without saying. MAIN CAMP ON BEASLEY FARM. If Lexington gets the training camps, and it is expected it Hill, the camp site 'ilTered by Lexington and recommended to Washington by Gen eral Barry embraces two thousand or more acres made up of the Beasley farm of 775 acres, on the Brvnn Sta tion road, one thousand acres of Kl mendorf, und two optional tracts of 400 and !5 acres, respectively, udju. cent to the lieazlcy farm. The farm of the Beazley brothers known here lis "Tony and Dick" lies practically in a square only three miles from Lexington and should Lexington be so fortunate, upon their farm the main camp will be located. Only One Old Jewish Fast. One fnt only was nppolntii! by the old Jewish law, that on the day of Atonement. No other periodical fast Is mentioned In the Old Testament ex cept in Zcrhnrlnh 7-1-7, and 8:1U. The number of nnnunl fusts in the present Jewish calendar have been multiplied to 28. !$ ! v DAIRY WISDOM. 4 -t t t t Thecream from different breeds of cows docs not churn nllke. Then1 nre more g"d cows In this country today than at any previous period, but lliTc Is still room fr inip-ovcmont Health and wealth In stables with pure uir eierywhcro. The mlvcs will tiegiii to cat brlsht clover h.iy at two wiks of nse. Interest In the mlMi goat ler slsts, mid this novel dairy .in itial Is growing In favor. . 4. .;. ,-. CABBAGE CULTIVATION. Early and Lte Varieties Require Dif ferent Soil and Treatment. Both early and late varieties of cats- hiigo are grown oteiise!y. In the north early i-nhhauo may bo planted In hotbeds and transplanted to the open round as soon as the soil Is ready to In- worlosl, sas the I'liltcil Stall's di piirtmeiit of agrli ultiire. Tor 11 late crop It Is 1 iistoinary to plant the ms-iIk In a bed III the open ground In May or .luno mid tran-qilaiit them to the pitMcu In July. Tor calibai.'e of this Imractcr the soil should In' heavier uml more run nth e of moisture than for c.irly cahh.ige. which requires 11 rich, warm soil In order to reach ma- urllv quickly I'or the lute arlety It TIio Mi; prit-.s tlut cubbuKo have brought In t'lu murlicis ill? 1 .isl v Itiur mil doubilc j stimulate tli) plantm,; ut tills vti'jtnUi;. The pic ture Mi'iuh a llr.o Udd uf labbjfio. not deslrablo o hae too rich n hull, as the heads nro liable to burst. Cabbages bhould bo set In ruttH thirty to thlrty tlx inches niiart, the plant standing fourteen to eighteen Inches apart in the row. To stoio cubbugtf the heads should Ims hurled hi pits or pluccd In cellars. Oho method Is to dig u trench nlsjut eighteen Inches deep nnd threo feet wide und set the cabbage uptidit, with the heads eloso together mid tho roots embedded lit the, soil. When cold weather comes the heads 1110 covered lightly wllh straw nnd threo or four Inchon of enrth put In. Blight freezing does not Injure eubbuge, but It should not ho subjected to n-ieatcl freezing nnd thawing, V.aty cabbage cannot bo kept, as It docs not stand hot weath er well. It should I i used noon after It has formed it solid head. Ceryr SAFE Thills tin1 wonl to use in ilefcriliingour uiing tiiiiis beenuse the stvle is niitlioritativf; von know nti nre right They're safe in quality; all-wool fabrics, nlwajs the tinest of Tailoring They're safe as to lit ymi don't buy them if jou think they don't lit. They're for the milkers to give with every suit. 11 positive guarantee of jour complete and tinned satisfaction, and as vie .sell them, they're snfe as to price; in that respect t means'that you will get more value for your tiumey than ou t:cr believed possible Hart, Spring1 Suits $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER CHAU TAUQUA ASSOCIATION. Meeting Of Guarantors. At u meeting called at ::IU Tuesday morning, Adolph Joseph was mude chairman of the meeting, the same ticket committee that served last year were reappointed on account of excell ent service rendered, the members cf this committee are us follows. It, T Kmbry, R. I.. Rlkin and V, M. Tinder The following are thesub'tlcket com-. mittee's appointed to li" responsible for the territories in the Imundiatc vicinity of the following streets, Richmond Street ,1. K. Stormts, TlieoCurrty. Saulley Hughes, Stanford Street -Dr. I'ryor, K M. Tinder. Maple Street- W. V. Champ, II. S. Hudson, Kd Gaines. Lexington Street-S. J. llnselden. Jf A. Beazley. Dr Wheeler, J.J. Nulker. Dunville Street Henry Mrore, Sieve Carrier. W. O. Goodloe. Mrs. Kirby, Mrs, Higginbotham and Mrs. J. S. Johnson were appointed us a committee to confer with the Worn urn's Club, in regard to securing their assistance in the sale of tickets. Kverv fumil) in the county will be given an opportunity to purchase tic kets from some member of u committee which will be appointed to canvas the county. The next meeting will be Thursduy night ut 7:30 a-, the National Bank building, all guarantors and interested parties requested to be present. A. D. Joseph, Chairman. Scliaffner 1 A Itis now n solemn obligation upon every farmer lone that his corn is cultivated, so us to make every grain count uml yield ita ut most The eyes of the whole world are turned toward the American farmer nnd upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his own country with enough to cat, but the Allied countries nro depend ing upon lii tu nlso, In view of these conditions it becomes the solemn obligation for every funner to use the very best cultivator to make his laud produce the utmost. Get out of these cultivators while they last. Becker & Phone 27. clothes. Tlio're tafe when you wear these to bu clothes safe afety & Marx LANCASTER. KY. Ballard. Bryantsville, Ky.