Newspaper Page Text
, The Central Record, Thursday May 25 19 1 t. NEWEST CREATIONS in all the NEWEST WASH FABRICS for DRESSES AND SKIRTS Including SPORT STRIPES and all the newest designs. MUS WHITE Pumps and Shoes IN STOCK. iKArcK L- fiu t ' t4 MOVE A FEW SUITS LEFT. Choice $14.98 Attractive models which give that slender, well arched look to the foot. Thay are strictly high grade in every detail. The Joseph Mercantile Co. Style Leaders. Our MottoCorrect in Style and Quality. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. LANCASTER, KY. Sell the John Deere, the Better Binder Here Are Our Reasons Why: lit. 11 always gives satisfaction la aure cutting, potitivc elevating nml accuratr tyintf. 2nd. Strong. Main frame has hot riveted joints, no boll to work loose. Platform has an additional strong wood sill at rear unusual in a train binder. Platform is one piece steel riveted to ancle steel sills does not work up and buckle. Othrrpnrts equal ly durable, 3rd. Extra durable canvases with adjustments t J keep them running true. Special shape slats. 4th. Three packers instcsd of two better shaped bundles result. Ample space and adjustments fur handling tall and short grain In wet season, dry sessons or even when grain is down. We Keep a .Full Line of Repairs on Hand. See tuwlcnjou want Implements that gire Satisfaction. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Cupf.ol $50,000. Surplus- $30,000. A. It JENiJY, Pesldeit J. E. STOltMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Coshier. II. T. JUBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlIX, Book-Keeper. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Dennr. J. II. I'osey, J. E. Stormcs, S. 0. Denny, J, L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. New Line of Up-To-Date BUG GIES AND ALSO Prasier Road Carts iliiu! at prices right. See USJln regard to putting on your RUBBER TIRES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber BECKER & BALLARD Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comlnti and Ooinji LyThoie We Art Inleruted In. County Clerk Joe liurnside made a recent visit to friends in Hustonville. Little Miss Mary Lee Dunn is In Lex ington visiting her cousin, Miss Laura Dunn. Mr. J. I). Gulley and Mrs. Itozella Dunn, have been in Lexington the guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn. Mrs. Woods Tudor", and attractive daughter. Miss Faye, of Taint Lick, were shoppers in Lancaster, Friday. Miss Edna Kavanaugh reached home last Saturday night, after a several months sojourn at St Augustine, Fla. Mra. Hay Orrell and four little sons, of Florida, are here for a several weeks visit to her mother. Mrs. W. A. I'rice. Former State Senator Ceorge T. Forris of Frankfort, is here on a visit to his doughter, Mrs. S. A. Walker on Rich- mond street. Mrs E1 Minor leaves shortly for Can ada where she expects to make her home with her daughter. Mrs Lora Belle Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings and child'have been making h several days' visit to relatives at their former home in Iluena Vista. Mr. Itobert Honaker and Miss Hona ker, of Lexington, were recent visitors of Misses Georgia and Anna liritton Moss in the west suburb. Mrs E. L. Owsley reached home last Saturday night, after an extended visit to New York, Washington City, Vir ginia, Lexington and Nicholasville. Misses Grace and Carrie Anderson, Mrs. Kobert Elkin has been invited to n banquet at the Kentucky College for Women, in Danville, and respond to a toast representing the Dell Seminary Alumnal. The Honorable Charles F. Mont gomery, of Casey county, nccompanled by his friend, Mr. T. Carpenter, visited at the home of Mr. ArcH K. Walkre, recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines were in Stanford Wednesday evening for the High School Commencement, their niece, Miss Gertrude Gaines being one of the young girls to receive a diploma. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wet were in Millerabury Wednesday to attend the Commencement of the Military Insti tute there, their son, Joe Harris West being one of the graduates of that flourishing school. Among the nsmss of the Louisville High School pupils who attained the honor roll, we note the namo of Robert Hughes Noland who also has the dis tinction of always having been on it since a Louisville, pupil Miss Marian Morris, of Warsaw, who was formerly a member of the Lancas ter graded school faculty, but taught this past year at Greendale was the guest for a few days of Mrs. J. U. Kinnaird in Hill Court. Mrs. Emma Daniel entertained last Saturday, at a high noon, six course dinner. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mr. and Mrs. James I. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brad ahaw and Miss Kathleen Parks. Miss Ethel M. Farmer, Mrs. Lorina Long and Master J amea Hester were the guests of Mesdames James and Robert House at Lancaster. They motored to Lexington and were th guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown. Interior Journal. A delegation of Stanford citizens and members of the council wereinLancas ter last week investigating the oiling daughters of Mr David Anderson on the of our 8tfe,'ts Rnd 'her Improvements, Crab Orchard road, are at home, after a term at the Williamsburg College. Mr. Claude Royston of Chicago, will arrive Saturday to make a few ,days visit to his parents, Mr. and Mra. J. A. Itoyston, and his sister, Mrs. Gaines. Mrs. Rockwell Smith, Mrs. Lewis, and Misii Tommie Francis motored over from Danville Sunday afternoon, and spent a short whilo with Lancaster friends. Judgo M. D. Hugh went to Louis ville Tuesda to visit his son, Mr. It. E. Hughes and family, and his daugh ter, Mrs. May Hnghes Nolund and children. Mr. Erie Wnrd, of Cincinnati, has lately been here, and will be, hero again next Monday night to meet with the City Council in an elTort to purchase the Electric Light franchise. Mrs. J. M. Staughton, of Covington, is expected next week to visit Mr. and Mr. II. Clay Sutton, at "I'ine Court," arriving in time to take advantage of the Lancaster Chautauqua rourse. Mrs. Robert T. Embry, accompanied by Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Mrsr L. N. Miller un.d Mis. Itozella Dunn, niacin un auto trip Wednesday to Hustonville to attend the C, W. II. M. District Con- version. Mrs. Anna Bailey was in Among them were Messrs Harve Mo Roberts, Will Severance W. 11. Shanks, Mrs. II. C. KsulTman, Mrs. Emma HIgginbotham, Mrs. J. It. Mount, Mrs, J. B. Kinnaird and Mrs. Itobert Embry represented the Lancaster C. W. II. M Auxilliary at the district C. W. B. M. Convention held Wednesday at Hus tonville. The district includes the counties of Garrard, Madison, Lincoln and i'ulaski. A reiital was given Saturday even ing at Sayre College by Miss Elizabeth Ford, graduate in expression, and Mies Elizabeth Cowles, graduate in pjsno. The two young artist gave i beautiful program showing to advan' tage their ability, gift and training. The selections were especially Httru'c tiveand the large audience was most appreciative. Miss Ford is charming und attractive on the stage mid each number was gracefully given Lexing' ton Herald. Young Mr. Burton Stapphas received high commendation from the state Sec retary of the Christian Endeavor organ izn'ion for his attendance at every sen tlon of tlie State C. E. Convention meeting recently in Lexington, he and Miss Lida Raney having gone us Lan i easier delegates. A letter was re. jceiitly received by the local society lAitntniunilliti, M ttnttn. Mt.,1 linriMV Stanford came witnin one notch of reaching the Wednesday evening for the High School Commencement. Her beautiful and ccomplished young daughter, Miss same standard, sho having been in vited to a social functiou, and this one absence from the C. E. sessions pre- BtfS Holtzclaw, being one of the "sweet i vented her from making the same girl graduates," I record an young Mr, Stapp. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum No Phosphate Miss Ruby Thompson was a visitor in Uryantsville, Friday. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph was the guest last Sunday of Mrs. Emma Daniel. Miss Margaret Francis, of Psini Lick, is with her sister, Mrs. Sauflley Hughes. Mrs. William Farnau and little son, Kennedy, are visiting Mrs. Banks Hud son in Danville. Mr. Frank Phjllips, of Stanford, was the guest of Miss Cora Perkins last Sunday evening. Mr. J. P. Easley, the popular insur ance man, was in Lexington for a sev eral days sojourn. Col. M. F. and .Mrs Elkm of Lexing. ton, hove been recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs B. F. Walter. Mr. Fred P. Frisbie went to Lexing ton Wednesday in the interest of his thriving insurance business. Miss Burch Duncan of Nicholasville has been the attractive guest of her friend. Miss Ruby Thompson. Mr J. M. Carpenter, of Oklahoma, is here for a visit to his son, Mr 0. R. Carpenter ond Mrs Carpenter. Mesdames Hugh Hemphill and James Arnold, of Nicholasville, are the guests of their niece, Mrs. J. L. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Harve McRoberts and daughter, Miss Annie Davis, of Ston- ford visited relatives hero Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Kirk and little sons have returned from u fortnight's visit to his home folk& at Winchester, Ohio. Mrs. E. H. Kidd of Liberty, arrived last Saturday and is the guest of 'her niece, Mrs. Carlton Elkin on Stanford street. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown went to Brodheud Tuesday to attend the funer al of their kinswoman, Mrs. Ed. Sprowle. Miss Tommie Francis is expected home the latter part of the week from a visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith ot Danville. .Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess at a recent enjoyable family gathering, the occasion being in the nature of a straw berry feast. Mrs. It A. McLean of Nashville, Tenti, is visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. James Burnside, near Point Leavell. Miss Bessie Caldwell, who has been teaching at the Bryantsville school for the past year, returned to her home at London, last Monday. Messrs Robinson Cook, Alexander Robinson, Joe Harris West and Bert Embry are at homo from the Millers- burg Military Institute. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird attended h Mpili. cal Convention Wednesday at Huston ville and contributed an interesting and Instructive paper to the program. Mrs. Arthur Hubbard arrives shortly from Covington, to visit her cousin. Mr?. John E. Stormes on Richmond avenue, she protracting herstuy through the Chautauqua season. Mrs Mattie Duncan cave an elabor. ate six o'clock dinner complimentary to the following; Reverend II. S. Hud son and Mrs Hudson. Mr and Mrs S. C. Denny aid Mrs E. C. Gaines. Mrs. George D. Robinson, Mrs. Ray mond Haaeldun, Mrs. S. II. Anderson, Mrs Albert Ware, Mrs Hayden Leavell Mrs M. S Hutfleld, Mr and Mrs G. M. Lyons, Mrs. M. L. Canecr.and Mrs S. A. Walker were In Hustonville on Wed nesday for the District C. W. II, M. Convention. Mr and Mrs Chas. Rigsby of Preach ersville ore the proud parents of an eight pound baby girl, who nrrWod last week to add its blessings to this happy home. Mrs Charles Zimmer and two interest ing children and her sister,. Miss Slagel, all of Pomeroy, 0., arrived yesterday and are guests of Mr and Mrs It Zim mer at Hotel Kengarlan. Mrs. Cleveland Rose was in Stanford the first of the week to see her brother Lee Perkins, who had a fainting spell Saturday afternoon, falling on Main street and cutting a gash in the back of his scalp. A later report is that he is doing as well as could be expected. Mr. S. C. Denny will attend the Bankers Convention, composed of the the Eighth and Eleventh districts, to be held in Barboursville this coming Friday, Mr. Denny is a member of the Executive Committee, Group Eight On last Friday evening the Board of Trustees of the Shelbyvilie Graded Schools held a session and elected Professor Henry H. Elliott, formerly of this city, as their Superintendent. Professor Elliott is the eldest brother of Dr. W. M. Elliott of this Dlace. Dr. W. M. Elliott and Mrs Elliott presided most graciously at n C o'clock cource dinner, given at their attractive home on Maple avenue. Plates were laid for the following: Dr. J. S. Gil bert and Mrs Gilbert, Mr and Mrs E.C. Gaines, Mr ond Mra R. T. Embry, acd Mr and Mrs John Mount. Mrs. Arch Kavanaugh was ho3tess on Wednesday of a handsome dinner served at the mid-day hour, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson, Mrs. F. P. Frisbie, and Mrs. M. K Derny, the repast being spread in honor of the eldest daughter of the house, Miss Edna Kavanaugh just returned from several months sojourn in the scuth. Reverend J. W. Beagle, recent pas tor of the Lancaster Baptist church, lately held a protracted meeting at Middleburg, the revival continuing for almost a fortnight, in which he had 15 accessions to the membership, 11 of which wero by immersion. Reverend Beagle, after a short rest with his family at Georgetown goes to Brod head to held a revival. His former parishioners here will re gret to learn that the Reverend 0. P. Bush and family were recently subject to a considerable scare and shakeup. They wero returning from the crecK, near their home at Columbia, when the pony they were driving became fright ened and ran away, demolishing the buggy, but fortunately none of the oc cupants were seriously hurt, though the entire family were thrown from the vehicle I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, FOR SALE;-AII kinds of plants. I. P. Thompson. Hemp Breaks made and sold F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. by W. 4-28-tf. STOLEN:-From my farm near Mar cellus, about ten days ago, two cattlo weight 1000 pounds each. . Will givo $25. for recovery of cattle or Informa tion and $50. for conviction of thitvep. 5-"-3t- OF. Rankin. . For Sale. Baby buggy in good condition, also a tricycle. Phone 379. Wanted. 5000 bushels of Cultivated Hemp Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & Glass, Camp Nelson, Ky. 3-S0-2rao. Residence and Shop For Sale. Owing to my health will sell worth " the money my residence and shop with one and half acres of land in Bueoa. Vista. Shop has established trade ot 28 years. Call or write M3-2mo.. J. E. Scott, Bueno Visti. AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL: Me. kinds' General' repair work of all Storage batteries recharged. It. J. W. Aker. Prop. SHO); REPAIRING. I have opened a shoe repairing shop over J. T. Rtiney's Livery stable. Your patronage is solicited. 5-11-31- ' Alfred B. Hood. FOR SALE 111 acres of land near Hyattsvilia' station on Kirksville pike, 6 room house and out-buildings. Fannie B. Russel, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE. j Buck Varnon. Black Jack, with white points. 151 har.ds high, fine breeder and great in umuuBi. t jacx oi line uone ana ac tion. Will stand at $10. to insure a W. II. Burton. Lancaster a hustling living colt. horse and mule dealer, has been vigor ously canvassing the whole country for army animals, having lately been In Hustonville where he purchased a num. ber of firaj-clasn hybrids. Invitations hove been received here by relatives and friends announcing the Commencement exercises of the Acad. emy Class of 1916 of the John B. Stet son University at IJeLanc, Florida, Miss Florence Johnson being ond of the Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Diahon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky, Mares grazed at t'i. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not respon sible should any occur. W. P. Dishon. 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on pike in good stction of Mississippi. 5,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazinglands in Alabamn near Q. & C. It. R. Write for description and prices. J. E. HIgginbotham, "West Point. Mi DO YOU KNOW 1 Your old carpets and cast otF clothing make beautiful Rugs and that I will sell you at half price a combination Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep your rugs clean. 3-29-2 mo. Fannie Bishop. WANTED HORSES AND MULES. I nm in the market for army horses and mules, also cotton mules. Anyone having any to sell, let me know at once W. B. Burton, 6-25-tf. Lancaster, Ky. DON'T KEEP HENS, Make Your Hens Keep You. SINGLE COMB BROWN LEG HORNS hatched before September 1st will lay next winter, (if they are pal. lets). When do you want those eecsT Terms easy. CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, 5-U-tf. Lancaster, Ky. CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. The best and only real good shingle on the market today. I have the ex clusive agency for this shingle in Gar rard county and can put them on mv. self at a reasonable urice. If yoa sro in need of any roofing or building ' of any kind, give me a call. C. S. Ruop, Carpenter and Contracted 1 '1 V i PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. students to win u diploma. 4-30-3mo. Carteraville. Kv.