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The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917.
The Central Record incorporated ssued Weekly. U.oo a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. tnttrtd 11 ins I'oat office In Uncnte r, m Ptfomi auM Mull Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and EiRhth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kr., June 14, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Oltl:ea ...$ COO "or County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expres sion of individual views, per lin-..., Obituaries, per line 05 10.00 10 10 10 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to th action of the Democratic Primary August 1917. County School Superintendent. ' MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. County Court Clerk. J. 0. 1JOGIE, JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. J. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. 1 Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. Slate Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. "THE SPOILERS" To'Appear At Opera House Next Satur day Night. Whenever Manager Romans hears of a good picture he never stops until he gets it and gives the patrons of his pop ular house the benefit of it. His latest picture will be "The Spoilers" pictur jzing that wonderful fighting scene which is the acme of realism. There will be a matinee next Saturday after noon and 'another show that night. Those who wish to see the wonderful production should attend the piatinee as the seats will probably be all taken at the evening show. William Farnum has the leading role in this wonderful fight picture and ho is sup ported by Thomas Santschi once the leading man with Selig Company. Farnum and Santschi who takes the leading parts were really at enrr.ity with each other and the fight in "The Spoilers" will go down in film hisory as the most realistic scene ever staged because it was in fact a real battle be tween these two physical giants. PROVERBS ADAPTED FOR WAR TIME. Cherish thy parings. Waste not, want not. The high cost coat of living Is the whine of life. A word to the wives Is; "Efficient". If the shoe fits; keep on wearing it. Better no garbage can than u full one. It's u wise father that grows his own crop. ueauiy is less man skiii ucep-ln a potato. Bread, scattered from the back door la the chalT of life. Eat to live; there is no vlrlurc In living to est. When prosperity flies In at the win' dow, garbage slips out at tho door. "He" alio that is slothful In his work is brother to him that is a great waster. "Much food Is In the tillage of the poor; but there is that which is destroy' ed for want of judgement." A rounded purse,cannot live; in hsr mony with a full garbage pall. BOONE DAY At Slate Historical Society At Fraaklwt. The unveiling of a bronze tablet in the Hall of Faroe of tha Kentucky State Historical Society as a memorial to Lieutenant Richard Caswell Saufley, who lost his life June 9th, 1910, made Uoone Day fine of unusual interest. The ceremony which was a just nnd fitting tribute to one who gave his life for hia country, was beautiful and im pressive. Before the exercises commenced the tablet was draped in the colors. A picture of Lieutenant Stuflev in his uniform hung above it and beneath was a wreath of laurel. On a table before the tublet rested the flag carried by him when he made his aeroplane flight over Mexico in May 1914, the first of ficial demonstration in this country for the use of tha aeroplane for scouting purposes. Beside it were the different medals won by him nnd presented to the Society by Mrs. Saufley. Dr. Ganlield in a splendid addicsa recounted the achievements and the glory of men of. fame from ancient times to our own and paid a beautiful tribute to the unselfish, devoted, and patriotic work that Lieutenant Saufley gave to his country when it was so in need of efficient service. Mrs. Morton, Regent of the State Historical Society, who has given her life to the noble work of perpetuating the memory of the illustrious Kcntuc- kians who have helped illumine the pages of history, read a beautiful poem from her own facile pen, entitled "Our Sky Pilot" and dedicated to Lieutenant Saufley. Mrs. Morton who is a wonderfully gifted, vivacious, and interesting worn an, adds zest and impetus to the State Historical Society. witnout tins living, breathing per sonage this Hall of Fame woul J be but "dull, cold marble". HUNDREDS TELL OF EXPERIENCE Kentucktans All Over Stale Find Tanlac Great Help, MEW TONIC GAINS FRIENDS the COMMENCEMENT WEEK. Commencement week is always gala week for Lancaster and this week was no exception to the rule. The school, after a most successful year under Prof. Hopkins and his able corps f teachers, began the closing exercises Thursday, June 7th, With an operetta, entitled "Under the Stars and Stripes" with children from grades one to eight, Children from each grade showed thorough and careful training. The auditorium and stage were beautifully decorated in flags and bunting and many were heard to say it was one of the most beautiful and enjoyable enter tainments they had ever seen given by children. Many participating in this entertainment were the youngest chil- ren in the school and their earnest ef torts aim succcssiui execution was deeply appreciated as was shown by e hearty applause given them. Friday night was tho senior play, eii' titled "Hicks at College". The seniors were assisted bv boys from the junior and sophomore classes and all acquitted themselves with credit to themselves and Mrs. loan, under wnose supervis ion it was given. Saturday was the recital given by me piano department. ine program was one or exceptional beauty and charmingly chosen to show to ad van tage the ability of each pupil. This piano recital was given by the pupils of Mrs. May Hughes Noland who plays the compositions of greHt masters with wonderful interpretation and express ion which was reflected in her pupils as one alter one received the praise and compliments of large audiences at her recitals both Saturday and Monday afternoons. Sunday evening the Baccalaureate sermon was delivered to the graduating class by Rev. Horace Kingsbury of Danville. The attendance was unus ually large as all knew there was a treat in store for them and no one was disappointed. Rev. King9bury needed no introduction to a Lancaster audience as those who had not heard him had heard of him and we congratulate Dan- ille upon having such a profound and forceful speaker in onu of their pulpits. Tuesday evening was n recital given by the expression department who aro upils of Mrs. Robert Todd. We be lieve too little importance is attached to tha llt:7 fcalures ofmostBchook such is not the case with ours. Mrs. Todd has mado this department one of the most important In tho school us she devotes all ber time and energy to her pupils and their finished effort) of, Friday and Tuesday nights , shows her work has not been in vain. Wednesday evening the address to the graduating class, seventeen in number, by Prof. A. W. Fortune of Kentucky Ur.Iversity, was Impressive and highly complimented and appre ciated by all who heard him. Tho de livering of the diplomas to the seven teen graduates by Prof. Hopkins mark ed the closing of one of the most suc cessful school years in Lancasters his tory. Prof. Hopkins has only been with us one year but it has been one cf tho most satisfactory and brightest in the history of the school life of our towrt Year by year our school has advanced from good to better until today it stands the pride of our city and a cred it to its teachers. IIiiihuthM of Keiitneklnfi hat- conn' jut publicly In pnili or T.nil le Men nml women In every part if the tnle have Leon lielliM linek li good health, by IhN tonic. llen art' Just n few of the Ftutcnu'iilH iiiinU- by Ulue l!u people in resnnl In Tniil.ic: CHAM Oltl'IIAltll- Thix. Turner, rt' tired farmer: "I wa troubled with my Mninaeli. t tried Inn 1ot I of Tnnliii. It llJtitl im up. It Ii4 the l"t tiiiilr I know tif." OKOItCKTOWN Jnmc" Snllzrr 'Tnulao Iiiih ilono me more goed tlinli nnytlitiig I out used. I wish ' nil the good l.ick voir van h.iU'. uiu j nil cuii uo my tiauip In nny p.tpoi you want In." BUVIi:it-.liH Ida Taylor. lio.fekeep it: "Would get out lit lren!i i-ally and mil iiertoiis uud couliln I eat After taking Tunluc t tapnti to get stronger, and my iipictlli tame hack It helped me. uud I'know It nlllheli others." Ci:.vrHAt, CITY-SI. S. Yokley, farm er: "Wax losing llesli nml would get short or lire.ilh. I rend how Tniilac was helping others and tried It. Xuw my nerves arc ull right, mid 1 have put on weight." WIM.tASItfllL'IH! Judle Winkler, merchant: "Cramps that nothing seemed to relieve troubled me until I tried Tatiluc. The tlrst bottle Im proved me very much, and the third bottle made me feel about well. INDIAN Hi:.D-W. S. Wllon: "Flf. teen years H n long time to lie both' cred with my Momncli, but I have taken four tattles of Tniilac anil feel tirty percent tatter nlrendy. It is wonderful remedy." STKl'IIKN'SHl'ltC.-C. C l'niit. black smith: "Following pneumonia I stay ed weak. Tiinlnc toned up ray nerves, brought Imck my appetite and relleuil me 111 eu-ry resjieet. WORTH VII.1,1: - H. W. l'rcls-ler, nharmaclot: (.'oiistlpntlon Withered me, unl atter eating I often spat U particle of food. Tiinlue turd me up One. I cim recommend It highly." Taulftccttti belought here from It. K. Mc- llobertt : 1'alnt Lick, J. N. Mttctif: Suulonl I'enny'i; Junction City, Reynold ,1 Ku lUchmuuil. P.. I.. Terry .(.Sou; Pnllle, John S. Wellf. GET READY FOR . CHAUTAUQUA. As a result of the public spiritedness of the leading citizens of this town, next Wednesday, will bring into the community a tented auditorium which will be the scene of a five-day Chautau qua that is certain to combine rich benefits with enjoyment of high-class entertainment. , Finul plans are being made for tho big chautauqua program, and tickets are now being offered bv the local com mittee. Indications point to a thor oughly enjoyable week that will be of rich benefit to the community. Buy jour season ticket at once. GREAT MASONIC CELEBRATION. On Juno 23rd at Crab Orchard, thero will be a celebration of tho Hi Centen nial of Organized Masonry in Kentucky. The Grand Lodge by resolution, auth orized this celebration nnd the com mittees appointed have been busy ar ranging for a barbecue and will feed 5,000 people that day. Smittie'g band will bo there. Good speakers, good music, good fellowship, whit more is needed to make thii the largest affair cvtjf held in Kentucky; uranu ball at night. Everything frea to Masons, their families and friends. Every one s going and if you stay home that day you will bo lonesome. Reduced railroad rates have been secured and every thing U now ready for the celebration, GREAT MEETING AT BUENA VISTA. That was a great patriotic meeting h!d ut the Buena Vista School last Friday night under the auspices of Farm Agent Rogers who hod called the meeting several days before. Mr Ho gan Ballard, of Bryantsville, acted as chairman und Introduced Mr. 'Rogers, who made a brief talk and then intro duced the speaker of the evening Mr. Merryman, tho district Farm Agent or Kentucky, who delivered a splendid Stereonlicon lecture on "Science In The Uses Of The Soli". Tho house was crowded and much patriotiim was shown. Miss Eliza I son made an earn est talk and plea for the Red Cross and secured many members in that section, Mr. J. E. Robinson was then called for and his plea for the Liberty Honda met with hearty support and his remarks brought forth enthusiastic ap' plause. vm Cop yttcht Hut khsffntr &Mux SAFE Thots the word to use in describingmir young mens clothes. They're safe to buy because the style is authoritative; you know you ore right when you wear these clothes. They're safe in quality: all-wool fabrics, nlwnjs the finest of Tailoring. They're safe as to lit you don't buy them if. you think they don't lit. They're safe for the makers to give with every suit, n positive guarantee of your complete and con tinued satisfaction, and as we sell tliein, they're safe as to price; in that resjicct safety meuns'that you will get more ti) tie for your money than you ever believed possible. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Spring Suits $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 J AS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KY. LIBERTY JULIETS. Wake up America, your country is at war. Unless America awakens aynicc the aiser will win tho war in Europe. IIuv a Liberty Bond nnd heln save America from the Unperilistic rulo of the l'russiai.s. Tntnl milisrrintions in the United States to Loan so fur $1,300,000,000. Amount of Bonds yet to be sold $700,-000.000. Have you done your part? One natriotic citizen of Lancaster has taken the money that he had bl inded to put in an automobile mil bought liberty bonds. What did you( do with yours? The Odd 1-ellowa Lodge has subscrib ed 5250. for liberty bonds. Knmfl nuonlo wish td do tlieir bit by' raising crops to be sold at higu pneer, but their ardor cools when asked to turn some of their money back into liberty bonds to help save their country. The time tu buy a bond is now. It may be too late when it suits vour convenience, Mn onu is worthy of bis country thut does not make some sacrifice for it. If you can't go, help take core of tho ones who do. If we don't save America we will hiiva to nnswer to Germany for the failure. Do your-bit. Buy u liberty bond. Antrim's sweet.tooth is In danger, According to Information submitted to congress by Herbert Hoover, food mlmtnlB Irntor. tha suear supply of tho United States will have been cxnausieu tha tnulilla nt October, and there will not be large arrivals before the end of December, Itis now n Fnli'inn (ililiUnf inn unon eveiv fnrmer to fee that his corn is cultivated, so as to make every grain count and yield its ut most, The eyes of the whule world are turned townrd the American farmer and upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his own country witn ennugu to cat, out tne aiiicu countries are uepciui (mi nimii In in nlso. Iii view of these conditions it becomes tho solemn obligation for every farmer to uso the very best cultivator to moke his laud produce the utmost. Get one of theso cultivators while they last. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky.