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The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24 1914.
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Exclusive Ladies Outfitters.
Suits from $15.00 to $25.00 that are Dandies.
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Will display on the day of Miss Arnold's Opening, SEP
TEMBER 2Gth, a line of
Separate Skirts, Misses and Childrens Coats
It is our purpose to win the favor of Lancaster and Gar
rard County Ladies by giving them goods of excellent quali
ty. Superior Tailoring, the Newest Weaves and at a little
less money than these are bought away from home.
In our purchases we have regard for every Detail,
Style, Tailoring, Trimming, Lining, Shades and Fit.
Note that we carry "BISCHOF" and "KLADWELL"
SUITS in addition to a carefully chosen line from the New
THE FASHION SHOP.
Perrie & Jenkins.
J A Kritf Mention of the Comings and
3 Goings ly Those Wt Are Interested !n.
Miss Lettie May McRoberts was a
visitor in Lexington Monday.
Miss Eugenia Denny of Lexington is
the guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley.
Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford visit
ing her cousin Miss Lottie Carson.
Mr. H. M. Dudley and little son
were visitors in Lexington Friday.
Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville was j
the recent guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. J
Miss Mary Epping of Louisville is
here with her cousin Mrs. L. L. Walker.
Mr. Joe Price was here on a visit to
his parents the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were in
Louisville last week for the State Fair.
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H00SIER8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS $55.00
Van Brun Fertilizer Disc Wheat
Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and
J. E. Mount, Son & Co.
your order and he
will furnish you
The VERY BEST COAL
At The VERY LOWEST PRICE.
Lancaster .Lumber & M'fg Co.
Miss Elizabeth Robb. of Nicholasville
is the guest of Miss Bettie Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward have re
turned from a months stay in Virginia
Ex-Postmaster W. T. West is enjoy
ing a few weeks well earned rest at
Mesdames Jerry Caldwell and Mary
Fox of Danville are the guests of Mrs.
J. Rockwell Smith. j
Miss Frankye Kauffman is at home
from a visit to her aunt Mrs. Alice j
Lusk in Hustonville.
Mr. Robert Walter of Tulsa arrived
Friday for a visit to his parents. Dr. t
and Mrs. B. F. Walter. j
Dr. B. C. Rose and mother motored ,
to Winchester Monday to see a sister i
of the latter who is ill.
Miss Emma Bodine of Springfield ar
rived Monday for a visit to Misses
Addie and Carrie Arnold.
Mrs. Roy L. Brown of Bellefontaine,
Ohio, has joined her husband Elder Roy
L. Brown here for a visit.
Mrs. Jennie Embry was in Lexington
the past week with her cousins Mes
dames Sweeney and Falconer.
Mrs. Robert H. Ward has returned
from a two weeks stay in Vanceburg,
Maysville, Mt Carmel and Richmond.
Mr. Bryant Brown of Lincoln is here
at the bedside of his daughter Mrs.
George White who is ill of typhoid fever
Mrs. J. S. Johnson, daughter Miss
Floience and son Mr. Allen Johnson left
Wednesday for their new home in
Mr. R. E. Hughes and family of
Louisville returned to their home in
that city Sunday after a visit to Lan
Mrs. W. O. Rigney was in Danville
the first of the week to see her sister
Mrs. John Cotton before her departure
for Spartansburg, S. C.
John F. Walker who has been ill at
the Hotel Kengarlan has sufficiently
recovered to return to his work at Hill
house, Miss., Sunday last.
Misa John Eva Hilton the young
sister of Mrs. R. H. Batson has accept
ed a position in the Graded school in
Crab Orchard. Miss Hilton will teach
the third and fourth grades.
Mrs. R. Zimmer has returned from, a
months visit in Cincinnati, Lake Geneva,
Wis. and Pomeroy, O. Mrs. Chas.
Zimmer and Chas. Jr. of the latter
place accompanied her hpme.
Miss Edna Kavanaugh entertained at
dfnner Sunday. Those present were
Misses Nancy Walker, Martha and
Helen Gill, Letty Mae McRoberts and
Martha Kavanaugh, Messrs Alex Doty,
Daniel Elkin, Shirley Hudson and H.
Mr. and Mrs Forest Stapp attended
the Statu Fair last week.
Mrs. John Ross and little daughter
Dorothy are in Winchester visiting.
Mr. W. B. Jones of Lexington is the
guest of his friend Henry Simpson.
Mrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond is the
guest of her niece Mr. Geo. D. Robin
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden
motored to Stanford and Somerset
Miss Kate Reid of Beattyville is ex
pected the last of the week for a visit
to Mrs. J. A. Amon.
Mrs. Sue Nelson and daughter
Miss Margaret of Lebanon are guests
of Miss Mary Chestnut.
Mrs. W. O. Hopper has returned to
her home in Mt Sterling after a stay
with Lancaster relatives.
A very successful revival has just
closed at the Fork Church conductedby
Reverend T. D. English of Berta, with
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, Mr. and
Airs. R. L. Burton and little Miss Mar
garet Elliot were guests of Mrs. Forest
Herbert Price of Danville joined his
wife and little daughters here Thurs
day for a visit to Mrs. D. M Lackey
Miss Bettie Walker Burnside en
tertained "At Cards" Tuesday after
noon at t o'clock for herpopularvisitor
Miss Elizabeth Robb.
Mrs. Henry Simpson entertained a
few tiiends at an informal C o'clock
dinner in complement to Mrs. Stephen
Walker of Hustonville.
Mrs. R. L. Elkin was the recent hos
tess at a beautifully appointed
luncheon the honoree being Miss Robb,
the guest of Miss Burnside.
Mr. Thomas Chestnut and sister Miss
Mary, Mrs. Sue Nelson and daughter,
of Lebanon motored to Harrodsburg,
and Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W Hannah and
little daughter have returned to their
home in Nogalles Arizona after a visit
to her sister Mrs. R. H. Batson.
Mr. John M, Farra and Mr3. Farra
have returned from Shelbyville, Mrs.
arra being much improved by a re
cuperative stay in one of the hospitals.
Mrs. Henry Ware will return the last
of the week to her home in Birming
ham atter spending the summer with
her father Capt. Isaac Myers and sister
Jmss bailie Lou Myers.
Mr. Tom Chesnut. Miss Minvil Bogie,
Mr. and Mrs. John Doty and daughter
motored from Marksbury to Paint Lick
and attended church at Mt Tabor dur
ing the protracted meeting.
A letter has been received by Lan
caster relatives saving that Miss Nan
nie Gaines, daughter of Mr. Gabe Gain
es, is quite ill with typhoid fever at
her home at Muscogee Okla.
NHon. W. C. Black of Barboursville,
G. H. P. of the Royal Arch Masons of
Kentucky, will arrive in the city to
night and will accompany Mr. W. O.
Rigney and his degree team to Liberty
on Friday, where they are to confer
the degrees on thirteen candidates.
Mrs. Chas. SDiegle of Shelbyville Ind,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gaines, Misses
Mary and Gertrude Gaines, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Perkam of Lincoln motored
to Lancaster and were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed C. Gaines.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders at Point
Leavell are rejoicing over the birth of
a seven and one half pound girl. The
young lady is their first born and ar
rived Monday. Mrs. Sanders and the
daughter are doing nicely and Henry
' has a smile that won't wear off.
MASONIC TEMPLE AT
On Satuiday morning about eight
o'clock the Masonic Temple, at Rich
mond collapsed causing an almost com
plete loss to the building. The build
ing was of three stories, the ground
floor of which was occupied by the Cov
inftnn Dry Goods Co.. the second stcrv
serving as a dance hall and the third
floor being used as the meeting rooms
of the lodge. Luckily no one was hurt
in the collapse.
GARRARD COUNTY DOCS
To Go To Far Off Yukon.
the Night." "Girls. Run Along." I
"Whistle" and "Mooching Along,-''
have been sung, whistled ani danced j
to th.-migiiout the land. j
This attraction will be given with a
specially augmented orchestra. Seats I
ready Friday, i"th. Remittances sent '
to Manager Charles Scott will receive '
prompt attention. ,
1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN.
Farm For Rent
l"i) acres, well improved.
Gratied School 1 mile of tow r .
N. Blanpied. Lancaster. K..
The Citv taxes and water
due and must be paid at -
City must have this mom- j.
meet expenses ami unlepai ( j
will bo levied. L. E. tl.-r
Room for rent. Miss Fannie B.-; .-
Mens Suits half price at Moores. Clarks best thread 4 cts at Mcorca
Goods 25. 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar i
' at Moores. !
For Sale Ok RE.vr:-My place on Lex
ington Street. Mrs. Susan Fisher.
Ladies and childrens
half price at Moores.
low cut shoes
Mr. A. K. Walker has received an
order from Paul S. Hogan of Yukon.
Alaska for four dogs of the famous
Walker strain of fox hounds, the dogs
to be the pick of the kennel, to be ship-. For Sale; Telephone Stock in Bry-I
ped to him by e? press. The price is a i antsville Exchange. t
long one and is private, but these dogs . Hallie B. Sweeney, Bryantsville Ky. '
I often sell for 100 each. Tht express!
I charges alone on the shipment will I Come to the closing out sale of the
1 amount to $130. and this added to the K- . Batson stock of goods. ;
oost price will make the dogs come f Frank Moore
prettv high to Mr. Hogan. Wherever
men ride to the hounds this celebrated
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above all others.
EXPERT STOVE POLISHER.
Bill Farris. expert stove cleantr and
polisher. Headquarters, store c f J II.
Mount, Son anTi Co. IT it-p:I.
Between Lancaster. Cair.r
Kings Mill and Danville a Corb.r
van! Key No. 652071. Returr t
ord OfHce and receive suital!"
received :Fresh i.ar Kanawha
J. E. Anderson,
Point Leavell, Ky
! LosT:-Pair of gold nose glasses on
l Crab Orchard pike. If found kindl
' return to Record office.
W. M Mahan.
Strayed to my place on White Oak
lane a red steer. Owner can have
same by paying for keep and this notice.
9-24-2t pd. Henry Robinson.
Call on me for all kinds of fruit and
THE QUEEN OP
"The Queen of the Movies," which
will be the attraction at the Ben Ah
Theatre, Lexington, for three perform
ances, Sept. 2S-29, with a matinee on j ornamental trees, bhrubs. hedge and
Tuesday, is a musical comedy with rea! j Strawberry plants. Everything for
music, honest-to-goodness comedy, a j the lawn and garden. I reprefent the
cast filled with strong individuals and best nusery known,
contains a chorus the like of which fori Jas. A. Royston.
its beauty and shapeliness has never i P.ione No. 200. Lancaster. Ky.
before been seen away from Broadway.
In an era noted for the extravagance
' and display of its theatrical exhibits.
"The Queen of the Movies" ranks as
the season's most prodigal specimen.
"The Queen of the Movies" is full of
snap from the rise of the curtain, brim
ming over with all that is the last word
in the dancing world and its catchy
songs and up-to-date dialogue is enough
to carry two entertainments of its kind.
The company consists of SO people and
an all-star cast headed by Miss May De
The story is that of a war Letween
the movies and anti-movies, with
Cecelia Gill representing the movies
and Mrs. Clutterbuck, society leader
and wife of a millionaire, leading the
antis with her husband's name and
money backing her. The battle is
going rather against the movies until
Cecelia conceives the idea of getting a
film of Mr. Clutterbuck and herself,
trusting to its possession to force the
antis to abandon their warfare. Of
course she wins.
The fun of this new and exhilarating'
musical comedy is kept at top-speed
throughout the entire performance.
The dances are new and bewilderingly
graceful. The music is a delight and
half a dozen of the numbers "Oh,
Cecelia," "Follow the Crowd," "In
The Freeman Furniture Co of Dan
ville Ky, sells the New Home Sewing
Machines. Write him for the best on
earth, until we get an agent in Lan
caster. The New Home Sewing Machine Co,
J. T. Leake, State Agt Chicago 111.
A choice lot of Blue Grass Seed. It
is A. 1. free from Sour Dock and all
weeds. Garrard Milling Co.
Farm For Sale
ICG 2-5 acres (41) miles from Lancas
ter, will sell as a whole or in two tracts
110 2-5 with improvements or (50) acres
unimproved. N. II. Bogie.
8-20-2-m. Lexington. Ky.
Sixty acres of land. 2 miles from
Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good
house, barn and plenty ot water.
Herndon & Walker, Lancaster, Ky.
Kentucky Red Berbhire For Sale.
I have 10 nice young boars for sale.
They are from Anna Bell and Fancy
Lady, the choice - of my herd,
tf W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky.
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YELLOW CUCUMBER PICKLE.
1 gallon ripe cucumbers, i gallon cabbage, cut fine, boil all in
weak vinegar. 1 oz. celery seed, 1 oz. white mustard,
1 oz. tumeric, 3 lbs sugar. 1 pod red pepper.
TWO SHALL FARHS
One farm contains 1.1 ai-re- .ne
land with all new up-to-datr r ve
ments hot water heated. Ik v. j in
kitchen and bath ruttH and ot t 'he
most convenient and lK?st ne ir r- , '.s
on earth. Price !20O.
The other contains 67 rr Ct
bandstore land which : . the
finest tobacco ami corn it - 2
barns that will lwt?e fi or 7 . s cf
tobacco, new 51 room Ik u. " i ''-."k
of tiie iH-ice ! thnn $6M p r
S. !I. Aldridge, Htt-- Ky.
GARRARD CIRCUIT C'tU ,:T
Willie Mver-' Kxec. et al. i s.
Henry JeiFerjon, et al. ifts.
The creditors of the estate tf Willis
Myers are hereby notified tna i .e un
dersigned Master Commissioner f the
Gtrrard Circuit Court will ?.t i his
oflice Friday, October 9th. i. ;. for
the purpose of receiving and . z ..ting
claims against the estate t Willis
Myers, deceased, and all those t .rons
having claims against the sa: i estate
will present the same pJoper! v.ri:icd
according to law.
W. H. Brown. M. C. C. I C
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Tor Infants and Children.
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Signature of I
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Is THE proper thing
for a lady or gentle
man to present nowa
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Come and see what
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samples we have and
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