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The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, 1917.
TheCentral Recoro INCORPORATED. ssued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L. EI.KIN. Locnl Editor nnd Mgr. Cotttcil Ihe l'oit onloo In Lancatter, Kj. u Bceond Clan Mall Mailer. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 21, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements Kor Precinct and Citv Ullicoa ...$ 5. 00 "or County Offices 1U.00 tor State and District Offices.... 1S.00 Far Call v per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 For nil publications in the inter est of individuals or expres sion of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Court of Appeals leaves his desk and. goes out through the country, there is something up In politics, they say While It is generally conceded that Mr. Keenan is n very competent clerk and one of the wiso politicians of the state, wo dcubt that democrats will take well tin. voluntary mission of this state ofllccr nnd his political frWls In their slate making tour of this part of the state. Democrats are fully capable of attending to their own affairs, es pecially in selecting local nominee) for county officers. We think Mr. Keenan could serve both his state and party better and time may prove that he can servo these fellows he would like to have In office better by doing that job at Frankfort to which the people elect ed him, and permitting, without his interference, the selection of local nominees by the democrats of the res pective counties. We are fully nware of the great in fluence he and those hj were with him In this county, have with the democrats of the state, still we think that democrat will likely prefer to at tend to their own local nlfairs. HONESTY IS STILL THE BEST POLICY Truth Stranger Than Fiction and Spreads Faster. ASK THESE TANLAG USERS Wo are authorized to announco the following candidates, subject to tin action of the Democratic Primary, August 1917. ' County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. County Court Clerk. J. 0. BOGIE. JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. J, BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. KAY. Magistrate District No. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2 LOGAN ISON. I.OST;-On the streets of Lancaster, a fraternity pin with Initials "C.K.I). Reward to finder if left at this office. OPTICAL PREPAREDNESS ii you neeu lilnsses, have vour eyes tested, nnd your glasses fitted by the Byrne Optical Service, at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, June 23th to 30th. J. J. Byrne. Optometrist nnd Optician, NOTICE. 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. Every man, woman nnd child in Gar rard county i3 expected to become n link in the chain of thousands of con tributors to finance hospital work for American troops on the European bat tlefields. The hospital and relief work is es sential to America's representation among the fighting armies of Europe. It can be administered properly only if sufficient funds can be procured in this country. President Wilson has set aside this week ns Red Cross War Fund Week. Every person at all interested in aid ing those abroad-those who go that others may stay here will bo given his or her chance to add to the contribu tions. "I herebv earnestly call", said Mr. Wilson, "upon all thoso who can con tribute, great sums or small, to the alleviation of the suHcrings and dis tress which must inevitably arise out of this fight for humanity and demo cracy, to contribute to tho Red Cross". Subsequently he designated this week us Red Cross Week. In these seven days the sum of $100,000,000, arked for Red Cross work, must.be raised. The whole country will subscribe magnificently this week to this guaran tee of relief to our urmiett und all the soldiers cf democracy. And it is not merely surgeons and nurses, hospitals and supplies to our own men and our allies that the Red Cross is to provide. It Is to relieve our brother nations in the war. It is to strengthen. It Is to be another line of battle behind the first buttle line. "Second only to the urmy In the work of winning the war," said Mr. Roosevelt on Flag Day, "com es tho Red Cross." For the Bake of "our own sons, and the sons of our allies, who are fighting for all that makes tho world worth living in," Americans will raise the Red Cross millions this week. The Red Crofj supplements, succors, and vitally strengthens tho armies and the navies of liberty. Persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. A. S. Ilaselden will pre sent same to mc properly proven at once. Those knowing themselves in debted to said estate will please call at once and settle. 0. T. Ballard, C-21-3t Executor. ATTENTION VOTERS Senatorial Dis- To The Voters of ISth trict: The report that 1 will withdraw from the senatorial race isx false. 1 will speak at the court house in Lancaster at 2 p. m. Monday June 25th. You should be interested. Come and hear me. My opponents invited to be pres ent. J. R. Mount. Political discussions have been so rare in this county of late that we had almost lost sight of tho fact that our annual primary was to be held the first Saturday in August, until wo heard of the visit through this section of the state by one of Kentucky's political barometers. When the clerk of the SELLS HOGS. Mr. Virgil Gastineau has recently sold to Mr. V. A. Lear, 82 head of hogs that averaged 20C pounds each, at 15 cents a pound. These hogs were all raised by Mr. Gastineau and they brought him the nice sum of $2,CO0. Ho still has nearly 100 which he will fatten for fall delivery. PURINA CHICK FEED. The virtues of the "Purina Chick Feed" is being literally demonstrated In the window of Curry's grocery this week, where about a dozen large, juicy broilers are satiating their hungry ap petite upon this palatable morsel. We are carrying the advertisement of this food and it has grown very popular with the poultrymcn of the country, BOOZE AND GASOLINE. Speeding, booze, gasoline and u fool "nigger" hold of the steering wheel caused an auto mix-up in which no one was hurt, on the Lexington pike last Saturday night. Smith Tarrant, a Danville negro, ran Into the car in which Judge Walker, of Lancaster, was returning from Lexington. Carl Reynolds nnd Charles Ilanley happened along and arrested the negro whom Judge Walker said was armed. The grand jury being in session. Tarrant was indicted on the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon. Jessamine News. PIANO SALE. The "Factory to Home" sale of Wil son and Sons piano's is advertised in this issue of the Record, tho sale begin Ing Saturday June 2:ird and lasting for ten days'. J. L. Heazley and Company, of Stanford aro promoting this bu!c, under the direction of Mr. Frank Buck, a representative fiom the factory, Wilson & Son have been manufacturing these pianos for tiie past thirty years and their products are recognized and endorsed by the leading musicians of the country. These pianos can be seen in the W. T. West property on Lexington street and they promise to save you from J0 to $1B5 on each put purchase made during this sale. Read their advertisement. GET THE CHAU TAUQUA SPIRIT. Make Chautauqua week, a week of rest, a week of profit and a week ot learning and pleasure. Let every busi ness man in the town close his store und office in the ufteyioon from two till four, giving themselves and their help a chance to get full benefit of tho splendid program of vocal and instru mental music, pluys and lectures by the best talent that money can buy. Jinny person think teitlnmntnlt for advertised medicine nre fake Tan hie li n tonic too Moll Known to Ken tnektnns to need tiny fake testimonial". Writers of T.mhic advertising do not quote people living In other stiitci They slM' joti the names mid iuldrc-. es of vntir own flleticN. uclilhliop nml neqimimniirex rluht here In the cood old llluc (Jrnss state. Till (lUMTtNenient !mtif it wool to cay for Tmihie. All It due It tho you a list of people rlcht hero In tftl state to whom you may utile for i:trt t mnrs nlxiut Tntilnc. Mnylv jti know jomo of these: I.l'DI.OW Mr. Wain S.ott. ;i:OM:r.TOV.V .limns Snllfrr. NK'llOI.ASVII.I.i: W. II. iMuuliig. PARIS Mr. i:ilza NlelioK CY.Vl'IIIA.VA Mrt. I.on Cumin. llKI.MONT ilrt. tioorto Mllev. STKAItNS- A. I.. shrunk. I'OUl'KIt V C. ColTej. VCItSAll.l.KS M. II. ItMor. HODCK.NVII.l.i: it. ('. I lodge ritixcirroN i:. i iironn. JOYCi: II. I. Wrjdey. DOVKIt -J. A. Ilughet. .MONTICKM.O -.1. it. Phillip. parahisi: n. c slum. IMtOVIUKNCi: -ilrt. Kiddle Wynn. WINCH KSTKIt -.1. T. floolmnn. DAWSON Sl'ItlNds-.1. II. (imHiaker. PIKUYJIJ.K- A. P. L'llne. ALZEY J. Vu Powell. OAKLAND- Mr. O. A Itlpwctt. PntUYVIM.n-L. S Wade. CANT.Y-iltn. Dorothy Keith. KII.COUII-M. W. CotJr. Tnnlao hat henellteil nil the folks named above, and nil nre rendy to say n good word for It any time. Ask them. Tatilac can be Isjnclil hre from It. R Mc Kobcrti: Taint LlcL. J. X Mcteall. sUntont. I'enur'a; Junction City KrjnoIiW A Kian Klchmomt, IX. L. Terry sou IiamlUe. John S. Well.. WILL DEMONSTRATE PIANOS J. L. BEAZLEY & CO. Among the modern miracles there is none that alTord more general interest or greater entertainment than the play er piano, that remarkable development of the piano makers art which enables anyone to play the best music without knowlege of the instrument. Mr. Buck one of the expert demonstrators of the modern player piano is now in our city and will ulford a rare musical treat to all who yisitthe store of J. L. Beazley and Co. Mr. Buck is u representative of the Wilson & Sons Piano Co., ot Muncie, Indiana. The industry named is recognized far and wide as one of the most enterprising and thoroughly equipped in the American piano busi ness. The instruments manufactured at Muncie possess every possible im provement by which Ihe finest grades of musical expression are made easily possible and their player pianos have ucqulred a distinction which hif mado the name known throughout the entire country. Mr. Buck has made n close study of the jiosaibilities of musical ex pression by means of the player piano and he is peculiarly equipped, nut only to reproduce the master worke of music but to explain tiie intricate mechanism by which these results ure produced. Player pianus are rapidly taking the place of the old fashioned "silent piano." The piano, unless well played is not u satisfactory musical instrument. Its study exacts years of training; in the end but a small proportion of music students become skillful pianists. On the other bund the wonderful player piano enables anyone, child or adult, to play any music with results equal to those possible to u finished urtist. To a certain extent, u plajer piano may be said to he automatic but, or, the other hand, us constructed by the Wilson & Sons Piano Co., it is equipped with nivalis of expression whichelevute it above the mechanical. Whether the family prefers popular music, or the highest compositions of the masters, the modern player piano meets the requirements with ubsolute perfection and the instrument is us durable as the old style piano. There are, of course, many makes of player pianos, but they diller not only In the quality of the unseen works but in the special features which mark the instru ments of Wilson & bona as superior. Years ago any lover of music would travel miles to listen to such music as Mr. Buck produces upon the Wilson & Sons player piano. And ho Is ready to make a practical demonstration by which anyone who visits the store of J. L. Beazley and Co, may himself create the same musical elfects, and with perfect ease, whether educated in music or not. We believe that this is an opportunit) which no music lover of our city should fail to take advantage of. QUALITY? Everyone talks style to young men of course you want it. But style wont last and clothes lose their fit with out all-wool and fine tail oring. Thats a big point for every one of you. Our young Mens Clothes are all-wool quality, tailor ed by experts, so the style is in for keeps and inci dentally our BELT-BACK SUITS are the leading styles for the season. Ask For Them. l Copyright Hart Schaffncr Ac Mars Hart, Schaffner & Marx Quality. $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER. KY. Indian Raised Cotton and Tobacco. The Indian farmer, especially In the Southwest, carried the cultivation of the American variety of cotton to mi advanced Mute. Ills culture of tobiic 111, 011 which was based n profitable Imlii.tri. fur Itw. ..iirli ,i1iinf itJ linil ,..u.-,.j .... .-.. - een developed to u IilKli state l em- clency. Instruments on an Airplane. i T" True and the False. Thi liibtniinentx on un iilrplune usii-1 Tho president of n bank, when nkcl ully Include nu nltlmcter, for Indlnit- by a joung clerl. how lie could distill ing the height; ekxk; ciuiiiukx; rev-; giilsh Ihe loiidtcrfelt hills from tin olutlon Indicator, hhoulug tho speed good, nnld "(let fniiillliir nlth the good of tho cnKlne; hpeiihinieter, liidlentlug I bills, nml yon will recognize th jujl the nl r speed of the airplane; und pe- bills m sight," Hi re Is n nst volume trol und oil gnuKes, Indicating the I of cenenil wisdom siitntneil uji In a uiiiount of fuel In the taiikt. i slide Miitt iicc. Christian Meruit). !3 I XI X lit JS7 ilt?D 'I bother you, call us and we will screen your 1 windows and doors. A complete line of I Screen Doors & Screen Cloth We make odd size screen doors & windows I A. H. Bastin & Son Contractors and dealers in I 11 dumber and Siding Vlatcrial.