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The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23, 1915
Page 5 Business Is Good With Us BETTER VALUES For LESS MONEY. OUR SPECIALTY GOATS, SUITS AND DRESSES V When you see the wonderful values we are showing in high class models of suits, coats and dresses the answer will be easy. Broadcloth, Poplin, Whipcord Suits, fur trimmed and untrimed, ranging in price from $ TO. to $25. WONDERFUL VALUES. A wide assortment of patterns and styles of fall and winter merchandise are being shown in our various departments. SEE THEM. Exclusive Ladles Outfitters. The Joseph Mercantile CO A Cordial Invita- ( tion for all to look. 1 VAN BRENT AND HOOSIER i Wheat Drills plain and with Fertilizer attach ment. One Horse Wheat Drills GA& ENGINES AND SILO CUTTERS., John Deere and Moline Wagons' best, lightest draft. and most dur-l able wagon made. ossip About People A rtrif Mention of the Comlnji ind Gcir.ts LyThoic Wj Art V.ttmCd In. '! m m-rirrru rrr r J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. 1 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at ( ( 0 a mktr" r for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks iri G DE fliaw II Check for tde money youove and note how much more res pectfully ymir creditors re ijnrd you Tliey like to do liusinuss with a mini who hits mi nucotint n( t lie Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he Is doing business in a business like way. Better open audi an uccount von if your ulTaira art- nut large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company WW A Another Showing Saturday September ?5 55 of V 1 Tailored Rella Arnold Hats Francis. Also nice line of childrens Hats. & 3 8 Mrs. Katie Jones of Columbia. Mo., is here for a visit to Lancaster friends, Mr S. II. Kates was in Louisville last week anil attended the State Fair. Miss hdna lie rlile left Saturday to enter Western College at Oxfotd, Ohio. Mrs. Louis House is at home after a visit to Mrs. Susie Adams of Stanford. Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford is the guest of her cousin. Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. It. J. Sellman of Nicholasville is the guest of her friend. Miss Minnie Brown. Miss Ella Thompson of Danville is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Guile), Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoss llastin motored to Lex- ington Friday. I Mr. Harvey M. Kates of Georgetown has been visiting his parents, Mr. end jMrs. S. II. Estes. Attorney K. II. Tomlinson is at home after a delightful visit to his sister in Kama City, Mo. Mrs. Nannie Kelley has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Logan of Crab Orchard. ! Mr. C. I'. Moore and son Loyd of Mc Kee are visiting his brother, Mr. Henry I Moore and family. Mrs. Jonn Cotton of Danville is vis iting her sisters Mesdames II. F. Hud son and W. O. Uigney. Miss Kathleen Shreve has returned to her home in Greensburg, after a pleasant visit tu Lancaster friend.. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Hamilton, Mrs. C. 1), I'owell and Miss Annie I'owell were visitors in Richmond Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham of Rich mond are visiting Mrs. Oldham's par ents, Judge and Mrs. Clayton Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Stoney Sebastian and little daughter, Gracie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Holtzclaw near Goshan Sat urday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford were over Saturday and Sunday with i Mrs, Acey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win ! Hughes. Miss Edna Kavanaugh left Monday foi St. Augustine. Florida where she will teach again this jear in the I). & I). College. Miss Georgia Dunn is in the city of Lexington to continue her studies at Transylvania University and the Col lege of the Ilible. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Itourne were in Louisville the past week for the Statu Fair and were guests of theirduughter, Mrs. Fred Neighbors. Miss Emma Honor of Louisville who trimmed for Miss .Minnie Drown the past season, is with her again to take charge of the trimming rooms. Mrs. Nannie Lawrance and Mrs. Maggie Hawley of Terra Houte, Ind., and little sons, Amos and William visited, Mrs. Stoney Sebastian Thurs dav. airs, . t. fierce, who tins been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Ray and other relatives rturned to her home in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Pierce was called here by the death of her sister, Mrs. N. II. Coy of Kirksvllle. Mrs. S. D. Turner, and pretty little daughter, Anna Hello, of Lexington, who have been visiting Mrs. llelle Austin, returned home Tuesday ac companied by her niece, Miss Ilessio Smith who will be her guest forseveral weeks. Misj Mary Kist was the recent guest j One of the most beautiful and enjoy- of relatives in Cincinnati. able entertainments of the season was Lee Arnold Is in Shelbyville visiting ''" 12 ,'in" JmiJv given by Dr. and Mr,. Win. ilurnett. , Mr nni1 Mm' A- 1 Ml,ch'11' ';orn',"- 1 mentary to the old time friends and Mr. Charles Urent of Lexington was ) sch0ol mates of Mrs. Mitchell's mother, a recent visitor in Lancaster. Mrs. Marie Japer. The colors were Miss Sallle Tillet is upon the sick list , I,ink al"l white and "the dining table being threatened with a xpell of asthma, j Was resplendent with cut glass, silver anil hanu-patnted china. Covers Were RUPTURE EXPERT HERE r I YOIi'l I. FINfl IT IV TINS aeeity, vtno fitted tzar cl Kussia tailed To Richmond. ; COLUMN Mr. Jack Iiest of Wichita Falls Kan ias Is here visiting Mr. Jack Hlanpied. Miss Lucy Francis of I'aint Lick is ' with her sister, Mrs F. Saulley Hughes , Mrs. E. II. Kidd, of Liberty, is j visiting her niece, Mrs. Carlton Elkin. j Mrs. Mary Epping of Louisville is visiting Mrs. It. ?immer at Hotel Ken garlan. Miss Jennie Duncan has been in Stan- laid for twelve, and under the super vision of Mrs. A. 1'. Mitchell and Mrs Ramla llrnnaugh an elaborate and ap petizing dinner was served in courses. The guests were Mesdames Marie Jas per, Minnie Patton, Eliza Hulett, W L. Steelp, Mary Anderson, L. I'. Uur I rier. T. Warren Ueagle. Sarah Land. Nannie Schafer. of Lexington; Wm. Anderson, of Lancaster, and Miss Sarah Mi'tcalf. Among the guests. ford visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlotte i Iiettie Muir being the oldest. The day Warren. was delightfully spent. Mrs Wm Miss Levy Dunn of iiryantsville is the guest or Mrs. daughter. Mrs. Ed Trice and Miss Lilv Dale Grant were guests of Stanford relatives Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned from a protracted visit to Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee. Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Mrs, Wm. G. Anderson is at home ufter a short visit to relatives in N'ich-1 olasville and Lexington. Mrs. Caltha Newland, of Crab Orchardis the guest of her cousin, Mrs Rout lturnside and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Nicholasville were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Iiastin. Miss Florence Johnson left Monday to matriculate again at Stetson University. DeLand Florida. F. II. Seelev of Chicago and Phil adelphia, the noted truss expert, will be at the Glyadon Hotel nnd will remain i in Richmond Friday only, Oct. 1st Mr. ' Seeley says. "The Spermatic Shield 1 as now used end approved by the United States Government will not only retain any case of rupture per- 1 fectly, alfording immediate and com plete relief, but closts the opening in , 10 days on the average case. This in strument received the only award in i England and in Spain, producing re sults without surgery, injections, med- j ical treatments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeley his documents from the United I States Government, Washington, D. C. for inspection. All charity cases with SHINGLES. tf. A. II. Iiastin & Son. Anderson, who has not touched a piano . out charge, or if any interested call he ...III I... .1 l :i a W. A. Price and Ior twenty years, piayeil "lanKee uoouie . "risner s npe ana santa Anna's Retreat". At a late hour in the afternoon they bade each other good bye after after singing, "God He With Us 'Till We Meet Again. " Jessamine News. SUTTON. Mr, "Hilly" Ware, who has been in this city assisting his brother, Harry, at his popolar new soda-fountain "The Gem" for the past two months, left for his home in Hopklnivllle last week, much to the disappointment of his many friends. Mr. II. F. Hudson was called to Oklahoma by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Mary Hudson Chenault. Miss Angie Kinnaird and Mrs. Ethel Durnold left on Monday to resume their work in the D. & D. College in Indiana polis. Kay and Harry Lackey of Kansas City were guests on Tuesday of Mrs. U. M. Lackey and daughter Miss Jen nie Lackey. Mrs. It. II. Hatson and little daugh ter, Cecil, were i it Stanford visiting Mrs liaison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Mr. Dan Collier Elkin left for New Haven, Conn., last Monday where he will enter the Senior class at Yale University. Mrs. Holion Campbell nnd beiutiful little daughter, Martha, of Stanford. were hero Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Joanna Hall. Mrs. II. T. Logan, .Mrs. Georgia M. ' Lusk, and Misses Gladys Frisbie and i r.isio .immer motoreu to Uanville on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Floyd Wright, of Lexington, came yesterday for u visit to Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin and incidentally to seo his new niece, Miss Emily Ann Elkin. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and little daughter of Danville, and Mrs. Jack Casey of this city have been vlsitieg their cousin, Miss Gertrude Wilkerson in Stanford. Miss Gladys Frisble will be the charming young hostess at a well ap pointed 0 o'clock dinner to-night, to celebrate her birthday, A number of her friends will be present. Misses Martha and Helen Gill and Miss Joan Mount have returned from a most delightful outing in New York, Atlantic City. Norfolk Va., and Wash- Ington I). C. They also visited the beautiful grounds of Yale and Harvard Universities. Mrs. Walter Scott Glore of Danville, State Regent of the D. A. Il. was here last Saturday trying to organize a D. A. R. chapter. About 12 names were promised, and the final arrange ments will be made when Mrs. Glore I returns to Lancaster Friday. On last Sunday night at 1 o'clock the death angel visited the home of Mr ind Mrs. Samuel Sutton and claimed as its victim their own little two year old i son, Woodrow. He will be missed by all whs knew him. His remains were laid to iest in the Lancaster cemetery Monday e'vening at 4 o clock to await the resurrection morn. He was under the tender care of a good physician until at last, God was ready to take him to his eternal home, where there is no sicknass, sor I row or.death. The writers heart felt j sympathy is extended to the family in their sad bereavement, and may they : be comforted by Him who said, "Suirer ' little ceildren to come unto me and for bid them not for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." A precious darling from them has gone A voice they loved is stilled, A place is vacant in their home Which never can be filled. Nenth our eyes he faded slowly, Growing duy by day, more frail, H-jaring sweetly, all his sufferings Without murmer, moan or wail. Earth has lost its look of gladness. Heaven seems to us more bright. Since the spirit of our loved one Took its homeward happy flight. When we too shall cross the river. And rest upon its golden shore. There to see, to know our loved one. With our Savior, ever more. Lord give ui strength, our loss to bcarl And lead us in thy heavenly way. That we may meet our Joved ones there In' realms of everlasting day, j If you hove the "blues" to Rom ans Opera House on Friday night and let Charlie Chaplin make you laugh til you holJ your sides. , will be glad to show same without charge or tit them if desired. Kusiness demands prevent (topping at any other place in this section. It. pd. See CJiarlie Chaplin, the funniest comedian on the screen, at the Opera House, Friday night. Everyone likes Charlie, so come and see him. The Quiet Ch.ip. Wonder If It ever occurs to tho con. cctted chap that while he Is spending his time bragging about his ability the quiet little chap Is busily earning his way to another raise In salary? The Two Classes. Tho late Charles Frohman used to divide Americans Into two classes those who dine In evening dress and those who dine In their shirtsleeves. "Or, to put It better," Mr. FTohman would say, "the two great American classes are, first, those who dress for dinner, and, second, those who un dress for dinner." t'wl:i Military Service. The Sw,E3 bo learns bis drill at ichool, and from twenty to thirty-twc te is liable to s"rvice If ho Is phys Ically capablo and thereafter to fifty two on demand either In Auszug Landv.ehr or l.anduurm. Rich and poor, professional man and laborer servo side by side in the ranks, and each canton supplies the men wbc have Known each other and can stand shoulder to shoulder, with common memories of school life spent together. Worth While Quotations. "He not anxious about tomorrow- Do today's duty, tight today's temptation and do not weuken and distract your self by looking forward to things which you cannot see, and coulu not understand, If you saw them." Charles Klngsley. Women's Feet Growing Smaller. The sex will repolco to hear that an English scientist declares that women's feet aro growing smaller He claims that a study of former types ot feet goes to prove that tba feet of mod ern people are more shapely than tboso of their ancestors or those ol the savage races. Perhaps, after all, the mistakes ot 111 fitting shoes have not seriously deformed the general type of foot. 1915.-ANN0DNCEMENT-1915. -OF- HUGHE'S & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MEN OF LANCASTER RY. Northern and home grown seed rye and barley. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Just received a car load of Kokomo Fence. Be sure and get my prices. W J. Romans. Well Drilling. I am prepared to drill Wells and at any depth. Prices reasonable. Write or phone me. II. P, Conn, Paint LicV. It-pd. For Sale. I oiler for sale my father's place at Lowell, Ky, consisting of two houses and two acres of land, all necessary out-buildings, good orchard and im provements. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. 7-22-2m. Ida .Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. 5 1-2 per ct-Money-5 1-2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If yoa need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. 2-18-tf. G. IS. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Ky. SALESMAN WANTED. Are jou earning over $100. n month. If not we offer gou an opportunity to do it. No capital needed just horae and wagon. If interested write ta L. D. Carter. Special representee. Nicholasville, Ky. 9-9-3t pd. COAL, COAL. Lay in your coal while it is cheap. We sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Corn et Block, Straicht Creek and Ideal Jul lioo round. Special price this month, tf. II. H. Northcott. FOR RENT 1916. My property on Danville street, gooj house, tobacco Larn, about S acres of land. Modern slaughter house. 9-23-3L Miss Emma Elkin. MONEY TO LOAN Money in sums of J2.000, or over at 5'pcr cent to loan on farming land in Garrard County. Write or phone. E. D. Pennington. 9-9-0t Stanford, Ky. NOTICE. I Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they aro constipated. They fear some thing distasteful. They wm like ltexall Orderlies a tmtJ laxative that tastes like sugar. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, where live millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow ubundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good scnoolj, moral and hospitable people art attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the the county seat, has three banks, tele phone exchange, electric light plant. creamen splendid wa'er works system, two (louring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroad, one of the best graded schools In the State, having an eudown ment fund of $50,000.00 in addition tu a $30,000.00 new school building. We can sell homes or choice lota near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any otiicial for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as wo have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced it Its market value. The firm of Kirk & Huffman having dissclved partnership, I will not Ui responsible for any debts contracted by this linn after Sept. 20, 1915. A. U. Kirk. Jr. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I will sell privately my farm of fifty acres, or my adjoiding farm of 10U acres or will sell both as u whole, located on Paint Lick Creek near BraJ shaws Mill. Farm is well watered and fenced. Has good three room house and outbuildings. Sixty acres of bot tom land. Theo Cotton, 9-9-lt. Kirksville. Ky. SEALED BIDS FOR CONSTRUC TION OF BRIDGE IN GAR RARD COUNTY, KY. The Fiscal Court of Garrard Count; will receive sealed bids for the con struction of 100 foot steel span bridge over White Lick Creek on the White Lick Turnpike, in 'the Fourth Mi terial District of Garrard County, uptv 12 o'clock noon on the 5 day of October 1915. Bibs must bo accompanied by a certified check for five per cent of the cost of the work bid upon. Bids will be received upon the super-structure and sub-structure seperatelv and as a whole. Plans and specifications will lx found on file in the County Clerk's Of fice of Garrard County, Kentucky, Attest. J. W. Hamilton. Clerk 9-1C 2t- Garrard County Fiscal Court.