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I Page 5 Ik itral Record, Thursday May 22 1915. Are the wonderful values in the Fabrics for Mid Sum mer uses and Ready-Made-Garments for Ladies, being offered at Moving Fast Our Store I g t g 8 8 If you are looking for real values in Ladies Ready-to-wear Piece Goods, Shoes and Carpets, see us before buying. Choice of Gingham Dresses from rack down stairs, going at 98cts. The CORRECT APPAREL, FOR WOMEIS' . SEE THE John Deere Binder before you buy. The lightest draft and most durable Binder made. We absolutely guarantee that you can get repairs for it. JOHN DEERE & OLIVER CULTIVATORS By Test The Best Made. Mowers nml Knkes. IMeiity of L'imler Twine J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Gossip About People vvv A CrUI Mention of th Coming! nd C.nirnt IwThntf Wt Art 'Mirttltd In. - Miss MBggie Ilrown fs in Paint Lick, visiting Mrs. Griggs. Mrs. IE. I. Gregory is in Richmond for a visit to relatives. Mrs. llottif Harbor is with her sister Mrs. Sarah Rayburn for a visit. Miss Mary John Gibson, of Somerset is visiting Miss May Kathleen Ham. Jack Adams, J. A. lleaz'ey, James Dalton, S. C. Carrier, M. I.. Cancer, V. M. Klliott, Emma Kauffman, Jen nie Embry, Miss Sallie Klkin Mesdames Emma Higginbotham, Carrie Davidson, J. S. Johnson Sr, E. I,. Owsley, 1!. E. McKoberts, Hcnrv Moore, W. A. I'rtce, J. C. IEobinson, 1). C. Sanders, Rebecca West. T. M, Tinder and W. T. West, visit few Miss A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is n box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If ou have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on missing it. Order a box to-day and commence enjoying yourself. Lancaster Bot tling CO. Phone 202. Draw II Check for tlic nioii(y yoitov c mid note how much more res pectfully your creditors re l!nnt you- They like to do - s-v business with n mnn who has nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Iletter open such an account even If your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 'J 1 PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF TSAnVEtf5;T0n$75' try uuiiuonair top uicssia? No exerieiicc needed. Thousands of car owners have successfully repainted cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors, Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. s THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in pre paring a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. worth na i m 11 Mrs. Carlton Klkin is making a to relatives in Liberty. Mr. II. S. Griftis is spending i days with Miss Lula Simpson. Mits Allie Yantis is visiting Florence Spragens at Eltisburg. Itev It. M. Lee will give a talk on the Home Department at Fork Sunday. Attorney Green Clay Walker was in Shelbyville a few days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner were in Richmond Sunday the guest of friends. Miss Elizabeth Grimes is visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Porter near Stanford. Mrs. Cornie Clay of Ilichmond is th guest of her niece Miss Nancy Walker, Miss Hcssie Layton of McCreary has been the guest of her sister Mrs. I). C. Sanders. Mrs. Nannie E. Kelly is in Crab Or chard for a visit to her sister Mrs. Hugh Logan. Mrs. II. V. Ilastin and son, Charles, have returned from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati. I'rof. Henry Elliott of Berea was a recent visitor of his mother Mrs. J. Milton Elliott. Mrs. E. J. Lee and little grand-daugl-ter ot Stanford are hvie for a visit to Lancaster friends. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. C. F. Newland of Crab Orchard were in Lancaster the past week shopping. Mr. Alex West has returned from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Claries Den man, of Nicholaiville. Mr. Joe McCortnack of Henderson- ville N. C. is here visiting his mother Mrs. Sallie McCormock. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Hudson were in Danville Monday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Hudson. Mesdames Fannie Farra and S. C. Denny were in Cincinnati the past week for a stay of several days. Miss Jennie Lackey spent Saturday in Danville with Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert I'rice ond little daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn and baby are are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Gooch for a week-end visit. .Mrs. rranK is. Alarksbury was in Danville Saturday to see Mr". John M Mount and handsome little son. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ramsey hnvi returned to Ilurnside after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ham Mrs.Hozella Dunn and children motor ed to Danville Saturday and were the guests of Mrs. J. M. Smith until Mon day. Mr. and Mrs II. II. Hall of Winches ter motored to Lancaster Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold. Mr. Hoscoe Acton, who holds a good position in Louisville, is here for a visit to his father Dr. J. M. Acton and family. Mesdames C. C. Fox of Danville and sister Mrs. George Andrews of New York have arrived for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George Combs of Lex ington and Mrs. James Smith of Riclc mond were guests Sunday of Mrs. II. C, KautTman and daughters. Rev. lieagle will conduct the Union District S. S. Convention at Fork Sun day afternoon at 3 o'clock, every body expected and fnvited to be present and hear the good things to be said. Mrs. Albert Oldham entertains today, Thursday, at her home in Mt Sterling, on Howard Aveuue, at a handsome social affair; one of the honor guests will be Mrs. Harold Oldham, of Rich mond, nee Miss Margaret Arnold of this city. Mr. nnn Mr. .1. Itnvmnntl Ilnaplrlpn. Judge L. L Walker has returned Mesdames Robt Clark, Pattie Anderson, from a ten days sojourn at Martinsville. : i E. Herron anj Mt Fannie BishoP( Mrs. liussell Iirown is the guest of 1 er V' M- Tin(ler "nd Mess" B Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown of Stanford. I 'Iu(lsn and l. Hughes as honorary members will also be in attendance. Mrs. Ed Price was in Danville Mon-i day. the curst of Dr. and Mrs. S. I'. I ! Grant. Miss Nancy Goodloe of Danville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. , r" 11- . I engraved invitations for the graduates Mrs. E. T. Minor left Saturday for a of the High School here and they are visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Minor of the prettiest we have ever seen. There HANDSOME INVITATIONS. The Central Kecord office has just gotten out fourteen hundred handsome Louisville. Miss Agnes Miles is at home after a most enjoyable stay of several months in New York. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of Birm ingham are here for a visit to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mr. Uriah Dunn of Hustonville was with his neices Lizzie and Lula Simp son the first of the week. Mr. J. B. Bourne and family motored to Sulphur Wells for a visit to Mr. Everett Bourne aid family. Mesdames J. F. Holtzclaw and L. C. King and daughter are in Somerset for a visit to Mrs. Judith Higgins. Miss Marjorie Ballou has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to htr cousin Mrs. Joseph L. Francis. Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nicholasville has been visiting her father Mr. Alex West. Mrs. Link and daughter of Lexington Mrs. Carmcr of Stanford, Mrs Grellis of Uanville are guest of Mrs. A. J. Kice. Miss Emma Sanders of the Richmond Normal school has been the recent guest of Misses Bessie and Eunice I'rather. Mrs. II. J. McKoberts ond daughter Miss Anne Davis McKoberts of Stan ford were visitors of Mrs. J. R. Mount Tuesday. Samuel B. Harris has returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to his parents Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulley, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley motored to Lexington Wednesday imd spent the day with Mr.( and Mrs. I. S. Dunn. Mesdames Belle Perkins, J. C. Eu- I banks and daughter Miss Annie Lee Eubanks of Stanford were guests Sat urday of Mrs. Cleveland Rose. Mr. Ernest C. Ray, who holds a lucrative position in Decatur III., is in Lancaster for a visit to his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mershon, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mershon of Coruln were recent guests of Mrs. John Walters and daugnters Miss Mamie and Ethel Walters. Mr. J. C. McCormick of Henderson ville, N. C. is in the city visiting his mother. Mrs. Sallie McCormick, who are twenty-two graduates this year, being the largest class ever known here since the organization of the school. The ten month term closes June 10th at which time thecommence ment exercises will take place. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by Dr. J. L. Clark, of the Wesleyan University of Winchester on Sunday morning, June Cth. The following is the list of graduates: Misses Viola Tribble, Lida Rainey, Martha Tinder, Viola lieagle, May Powell, Ora I'rather, Lena Schooler, Nora Brown, Jennie Cox, Malissa Sut ton. Jane Terrell. Iona Dunn, Messrs. Joe Kavanaugh, Glass Carrier, James Wood; Sterling Herron. Paul Elliott. Gowen Bourne, Willie Miller, Wood Wilmot, Milton Elliott and Bradley Bourne. CONCLAVE AT DANVILLT NEXT WEEK To Be Biggest Affair Ever Pulled Off In State. One of the largest gatherings ever brought together in the state will ap pear at Danville next week when the annual Conclave of the Grand Com mandery of Kentucky Knight Templars convenes there next Wednesday, May 28th. It wilt be formally opened with a grand parade and drill at four o'clock on this day, when thousands of people are expected to be present. Every minute will be filled with en tertainment including receptions. dances, drills auto rides and many other interesting features. The mem bers of Ryan Commandery will be un tiring in their efforts to see that this conclave is a success and that every visitor will be intertaincd from the moment he enters the city. There are many members from Lancaster who belongs to this Commandery and they are lending every effort in its behalf. PRESIDENT WILSON. Favors Local Option. In a letter to Gen. W. B. Haldeman, President Wilson asserts that his per jsonal attitude towards the liquor ques tion is precisely what it was in 1911 when he wrote that famous Shannon Utter, in which he stated that he favor ed the settlement of the liquor issue by the smallest policical units-namely, local option. That its intrusion into state or nation wlitics, inevitably brought dis ruption and rendered constructive legislation impossible. President Wil son is opposed to state wide prohibition as a democratic issue. REPUBLICANS TO HAVE HOT FIGHT AT AUGUST ? Dr. Ben Bruner In Race For Governor Against Ed, Morrow. While the democrats are pulling wool over who shall lead the party at the November election and serve as Govern or, the republicans are also to have equally as lively n race. Dr. Ben Bruner one of the most ef fective campaign speakers in the re publican party in Kentucky announces this week for the republican nomina tion and will be a candidate before the August primary. While Dr. Bruner announces in his platform for the coun ty unit as his platform on the liquor i :. in ... i . i. ,.n .. question t is understood that he U the remains quite ill at her home on Dan- r . . . . ., ,,, . candidate of the dry element of the ville Auenue. I . .... , I puriy.fltv aici; mo tur uy in uie raceior Miss Mattle Estes was In Richmond 1 republican nomination for governor be- last week visiting her brother Mr. A. , tween the forces of Dr. Bruner and D. Estes and wife. From Richmond j Ed Morrow. alio motored to Waco and was the! guest of friends. I iai Annn pmlnm LULUIxLU OU1UUL SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Bro. Tinder was a welcome guest at our school last Tuesday morning and gave a nice talk. The entire school gives something line an hour every day, for work on the exercises which will be given ot the last of school. Last Friday ended the ninth month's school work, and about four weeks more of work in this present school term. As stated before, this has been a good years work, ;and much has been accomplished. Following is the Honor Roll for the month ending Friday. Mildred Beazley, Elgin Broadus, James Siler, Christine Sanders, Mary Owsley, Job Marsce, Bernice Champ, Katie Barnes Dickerson, Pearl Dicker son, Mary Davis, Clayton Morrow, Nelle Rigsby, George Swinebroad, Eugenia D Jnlap, Johnetta Farra, Helen Gulley, Elizabeth Hogan, Paul Morrow, Anna Lee PohT, Rebekah Siler, Mays Swinebroad, Ruth Taylor, Mattie Lee Cox, Louis Dudderar, Lucy Marsee. r - YOU LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at, Miss Mattie Estes. Side Saddle Wanted. I want to buy side saddle. good second-hand J. I. Hamilton. Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs. S. C. White Leghorn stock from Prize Winners at all shows. Eggs for sale $1.00 per 15 or $3.00 per 100. 3-18-2mo J. M. Mount. Notice. ALL PERSONS are warned that picnics, hunting, bathing, either with or without suits, is not permitted on my property. W. h. Weaver. 5-7-ltlpd Four Nitc Homes For Sale. Four houses, good repair ranging in price from $800 to $1300. Easy pay. ments. 5-18-2t. H. C. Hamilton. 5 1-2 perd-Money-5 1-2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, 2-18-tf. Lancaster, Ky. BIDS WANTED. Sealed bids will be rectived upon tho alterations and addition to the Garrard County Court House, Lancaster Ky, on or before June 2nd 1915 at 1 p. m., at the County Judges office at Lancaster, according to plans and specifications prepared by Weber, Werner & Adkins, of Cincinnati Ohio. Plans can be seen j at the County Judges office in Lancas ter or at the office of Architects. Owners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. 5-13-4t. OIL, OIL, ATTENTION FARMERS. I can save you money, can fill jour barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, up-to-date steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon Elsie Fathcrgill, Claude Rice Gaines, I capacity, at a low figure, and fill same J. O. Bogie. Mittie Dunn, Elizabeth with the best oil at low prices, saving Dudley, Galo Doty, V. A. Lear, Paul you from $1 to $2. Schooler, Edith Moore. SATURDAY ASK REA NYE. Mr. Weisell Baber and mother. Miss Ethel Baber and Nits Nell Malonev, all of Peru Ind, are pleasant guests of Mr. Adolph Joseph. They will remain in the city several days. GRADUATES. Tho commencement exercises of the Lancaster Colored School will t ... .1. . 1, MM . T.I I ti. ll,. i,. il,.. i .,.. iinreui uw ii uii'iicr nexi rnuay ter auxilliary will go to Stanford for 1 "'Kl't immedUtely uf ter the close of L. w II M pvni.., n 1 1 lVi.1i.if ' ins I'uiuio bhww no unite lias iv i & a i j Only palm reading act on' any stage. Romans Opera Douse all next week. TO MAMMOTH CAVE. Wednesday, June 1C. A personally conducted three-day's tour. Round trip railroad fare from Lancaster, $5. Go. Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel includ- ing board und trips in the Cave for 1 $6.50 making the total cost $12.15. ! take Special couch on regular train 5.00 a. I in. free oanu concert on r.ciio rtver. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. 5-10-4 U If you cn'iinot make arrangements through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent, J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky, FARM FOR SALE. I Farm containing 91 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath ' and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in grass for the past U years and fs now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-five acres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fer tility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particu lars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. 3 1-Cmo. Mrs. George D. Robinson, District Manager, Mrs. James B. Kinnaird, President, Mrs. T. J. Price. Vice-President, Mrs. J. It. Mount, Treasurer and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, Secretary, The following will be in attendance on Friday at the C. W. B. M. Conven tion at Stanford; Mesdames J. A. Amon, cently furnished'this school with some beautiful invitations for the eight gradual s. all of whom passed their final examinations with much credit. The graduates are; Margaret Anderson. Winnie M. Perkins, Bertha M. Mae, Lucy II. Harris, EthnI M. Garr, Leno Tevis, William D. Doty and John Robinson. There Is No .Question but that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it can be promptly relieved by taking a v At rinrnancll 1 1 Tablet before and alter each meal. SJaabox; R. E. McRobsrts WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE Stop at SHOP-PERFECT and refresli yourself at our Soda Parlor. Shop - !Porfact Incorporntfd Danville, " Kentucky.