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The Centrai Record, Thursday Sept. 14 1916
1 - ammsKmmmmmsmmgctmmm ANY ONE Considering buying a Coat or Suit will be fully repaid by making an early selection, as prices are advancing and desirable merchandise get ting harder to procure. Our line Is now complete with nil the newest imported models in COATS, SUITS nnd Lndies Wearing Appnrcl See them now. Comindf ( r Busier Broum a7c his Tde 7b store c?f BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY mm rrrrrnti and Curt CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. It dntrott diMift tertni. rftutitrt the towrU. nJ iJiteition and catma hog to Ultfn hot will nrnff hivt Itnfi'i sill until ihtv do and Ltrp ttrrn dona wormi and di. At Alt Druccutt BOCUO.I BtMCDY COM f A. IT. ttldi. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. Conic in and sec our Oil Stoves, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth and Water Coolers a! reduccd.prlces. New line of Cook Stoves and Ranges just received. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Square Dcnl House. U 11 II Ji Mil In order to settle up private sale 200 Acres of Fine Improved Land. located 4 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. This place has a two story frame house with 8 rooms, bath, etc., all out buildings, large stock and to bacco barns, silo, ice house, stock scales and tenant house all in good repair. Farm is watered by pond, pools, and springs, also wind-mill at a never failing spring which supplies two water tanks holding 120 barrels each. This farm can be divided into two or more farnu. The price is reasonable and liberal terms. For further information upply to MRS CURT A. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky We are offering SPECIAL PRICES on all BUGGIES. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. Pod c quickly I it in tht frfii and drink ind your cholrri, Com enlv Sc. month fnr rich hoc. ! imL. Iltaria iitt tour thli mtdirtnt an estate, I will sell at i BRY ANTSVILLE, Ky. ti I Be You Are Invited to Our TJAT T r Saturday, September 16th, MISS MINNIE BROWN PERSONALS Mr. Tlieo Curruy was in Cincinnati this week on business. Mm Ella Mite is here for a visit to het slater, Mrs. Thomas Yantis. Miss Allie Yantis is visiting her uncle Dr. It. H. Yantis in Flemingsburg. Mrs. Ellen Hcttis is in Frankfort vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Arnold. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. II. Hull ami little daughter, Margaret, were visitors in Cincinnati. Sunday. Mr. K. C. Ilarnard is here for a few days visit at the home of Mirs Jennie and Mr. John Duncan. Mr. T. M. Wilson has joined his wife here at the home of Mrs. Wilson's par ents, Mr. and Mrs J. It. Mount. Mrs. J. II. Conn. Mrs. Kathvriue Conn Tinslcy and bright little son, Har old Lawton, are in I.ouHville for the Fair. I.ieut. John Paul Miller has returned to Guam, where he is stationed, after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John Miller. Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Ilershler nnd Mrs. Muir of Lexington, were in l.nncnster Sunday visiting relatives and (riemis. i Miss Ida Mae Cecil lias letumed home after a three weeks visit to relatives and friends in Winchester Htid Still Water. Mrs. W. S. Elkin left todiy for her home in Atlanta after a months visit to her sister and brother. Miss Jennie and Mr. John Duncan. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin who is confined with Uphold, is reported to be doing nicely nnd the e.ise is considered only a slight attack Mrs Frnnk II, Marksbury will enter tain nt n reception this afternoon in honor of her visitor, Mrs. C. Connor I i row n of Louisville. Mr It. L. Elkin left Saturday for , Louisville where he will he connected with the State Fair during the week as Superintendent of Horses. , Miss Mary Arnold, and aunt, Mrs. J. E. Arnold, of Nicholasville, are nt the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, spending the week und attending the Fair, Mrs. Sara Land of Indianapolis, who has been visiting Mrs. Emma Daniels and family at their beautiful subuihan home on the Cruh Orchard pike, has returned home. Mrs. R. II. Whittnker nnd son left this week for their homo, in Kansas. Mr. nnd Mrs. l'umphrey accompanied I thrin and will visit their daughters in Ohio nnd Indiana for n twi. weeks stay. Master James Lear Itoso lias moved to the home of his parents I)r nnd Mrs Hose, at Ilryuutsville, after n residence of eight months with his grandparents. Mr. und Mrs. Will Lear. Muy happi ness und prosperity attend the little man in his new home. g On September 16th, 1916 $ )l we will have our full opening of tyi ImnnrtPfl nH nnmoelln Hate also our Corsetecre will be with us and demonstrate our ,k Celebrated Spencer Corset. 4 Call and ice us. 5S Mrs. J. L. Friday, Sept 15th16 FREE TO ALL sure to see BUSTER and his Dog. The Joseph. Mercantile Co. - DT?TTTTTn Miss Edna; Gulley and Mrs. Ethel West Darnold have, gone to Winnipeg Canada where they have accepted posi tions as teachers in the School for the Dcnf. Mr. It. M. Cecil who has heen visiting his son Mr. T. E. Cecil and family left Saturday for a few davs visit to relatives in Winchester before return ing to his home at Still Water. itev and Mrs S. II. Hudson, Misses Martha and Helen Gill, Misses Mary nnd Jane Doty, Mesdames F. I. Fris hie, Marshall Denny, and Edwin Walker motored to High Ilridge Tuesday and enjoyed a picnic. Earl Farra and Guy Davidson left Saturday for a week! fishing trip to Charity's on the Rockcastle River. This is the first party to go to this new popular resort this fall but several oth ers will follow soon. Mr Earl Ilroadus, who graduated recently in the electrical department of the Coyne National Trade Schools of Chicago has returned to that citv ; accompanied by his brother Oneal vhere they will make their home for some time at least. Mrs. Stanley Milwanl of Lexington, announces the engagement of her daughter, Margaret to Mr. William Walter Taylor, of New Haven Conn., and Copper Hill, Tenn. The wedding will be celebrated this uutumn;date not yet decided. Miss Milwanl is well known and very (wpular here having visited Miss Delia Tinder n number of times. Mrs. Grover Cleveland Itoso and Mrs. Higginbotham of Lancaster, spent sev eral hours here yesterday shopping. ....Mrs. Will Cook and Mrs. Wm Ma son, of Lancaster, tpent Wednesday here slimming . . Mrs. J. T. Rainev and daughter. Miss Lyda Itainey of Lancaster, weie among the out-of.town shoppers here yesterday.... Dr. and Mrs. Jack Lnsey have returned from Lancaster where they visited relatives. Danville Advocate. A very lovely entertainment on yes terday's socinl calendar was the lun cheon-bridge given by Miss Dazey Moore Porter at w hirl the engagement of her most intimate girl friend, Miss Murgaret Milward, was announced. At a circular table beautiful with pink roses nnd lavender asters, the piece de resistance being 11 silver basket filled with the lovely flowers, the guests, six teen in number (hostess inclusive) were seated, l'ink anil lavender were also carried out in the mints and confections and pink und lavender (lowers adorned the pretty rooms. Those who enjoyed Miss Porter's charming hospitality were, besides the fair honor guest. Misses Elizabeth Carpenter of Danville; Delia Tinder of Lancaster; Annie Welch Hoover, of Nicliolasville; Eleanor Hug- an, or Richmond, r ranees Milwurd, Mary Vance, Laura Cassldy, Daisy and Dudley Hume, Bella Withers, Artie Ashbrook, Clara Belle Walton, Eunice Katherine Shouso nnd Mrs. Mark Collis of Tampa Fla. Lexington Herald. 4fc Francis. g All are cordially invited to attend our opening Saturday, September 16th, and Inspect the beautiful New and Up-To-Dafe Mer chandise now on display. Mr. John M. Farra is ill at his home from n slight attHck of malaria fever, Miss Delaree Carpenter of Irvine, ii l 11 pti.pniinif mtaat et M orl .n I the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lyons. Miss Elizabeth Ilest of Winfield Kan sas, is here fur a visit to Lancaster and Garrard relatives. Mr. Luther Herron, who was operat ed on nbout two weeks ago is well on I the way to recovery. I Mr. Alexander Robinson left Monday ' tor Lexington where he will enter the 'State University. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and children of Danville have been the guests of friends here for several days. Mr W. II. Brown entertained at dinner Friday in honor of Judge Charles Hardin and a number ot friends. Dave Thomas who has been very low the past week from typhoid at Stanford is reported to be improving slowly. Mr. Ector Lawton left Monday fo Charlttsville where he will entT the Law School of the University of Va. Mesdames Forrest Curtis, Hiram Ray and Nora Teater left Wednesday for a visit to Louisville and LaGrange. Miss Mary Lackeyreturned Saturday to her home in Danville after a visit to Mrs. Lackey and .Miss Jennie Lackey. Miss Rebecca Williams has returned to Ilnstol Tenn, after spending the summer with her father. Mr. John Willisms .Mr. rrank Moye, who has been spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs It. 1.. Llkin has returned to school at Gallatin. Tenn. Messrs Wesley Dickerson, Charlie Sanders, Harry Rainey, Willie Belle West left Wednesday morning for M. M. I., Millersburg, where the-) will at tend school. G. B. SAinebroad, W. H. Brown. J. M. Mount, W. S. Emhiy. Shirley Hud soi., Dan Elkin, Judge A. D. Ford, It. E. Henry and Solon B. Henry were among those who went from here to the State Fair this week. PAINT LICK Miss Nell Rice is visiting friends in Madison In liana. Mr. Edwin Walker left Tuesday for Millersburg Military Institute. Miss Nellie Jones of Irvine is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Jack Branden burg Mr. O. C. Rucker is the guest of his sister, Mrs C. E. Williams in Madison Indiana. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge left Monday for Lexington where she will teach in Sayre College. Mr und Mrs Walker McWhorter ot Lexington were guests of Mrs. A. B. EstriJge Sunday. Mr. Mel. in ami family have moved into the looms recently rented Iroin Mr. W. P. Parks. . ... , ,, ., ,,, ,. Rev. Charles Martin of BowlingGreen . Florida, wns the. week end guest of Mrs Elizabeth Patrick. Mr and Mrs G. M. Tread way attended tin district Conference of the M. E. church nt lierea, Friday and Sunday, Miss Georgia Belle Shepherd of Cin cinnati is visiting her grandparents Mr. und Mrs. John Shepherd und other rel atives. Mr. and MrsC, L. Ilurchell of Fort Scott, Kan, will arrive soon for a visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs J.D. Ilurchell. Paint Lick defeated Hustonville here Saturday by a score of -t-2. The game wns called at the sixth inning on ac count of darkness. Mr and Mrs Shea and children and Mr and Mrs Ed Green of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs E. C. Mc- Wli'orter on Sunday. New Crop crimson and red clover, timothy seed, orchard grass, Ky. Hue grass recleaned or from the stripper, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Todd left Tuesday for their home in Afton Okla homa, after a visit with his grai.u parents Mr. and Mri. W. M. Todd. f " ' FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. . i vmm IVULI, i i I MW Room for rent Walter phone 61, apply to Mrs B. F. FOR SALE: A good Mosler II. D. Lee. Lancaster, Ky. uf e WANTED Boarders. 914-2tpd. Mrs. Apply B. f. Walter FOR SALE. Lexington St. tf My house and lot on Mrs Susan Fisher. WANTED-100 cars of wheat; will pay highest market price. Have lot. of new unused sacks. Roy St Schooler. FOR RENT -The Alex Walker prop erty on Lexington street. Call or. tf- G. C. Walker. For Rent:-My farm of 100 acres in Lincoln co, on Crab Orchard and Stan ford pike, 3 miles from Stanford. Mrs. Nannie Siler. Thone 382 J. Lancaster. FOR RENT: My farm of ISO acrs for 1917, with two houses and thre tobacco barn?. Also some houehn'd and kitchen furniture which 1 will seM privately. Mrs Sallie Sanders. Lancaster, Kv. For Rent. House and lot on Hill Court. Apply to Mrs Bright Herring. Thone 3C8-F. 9-7-tf RESIDENCE FOR SALE. We offer the beautiful residence on Danville street, formally the Burnside property, for sale. For information, apply to W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster. Ky, or Joe McCormick, Asheville, N C. 9-7-tf. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Having decided to locate in the south I offer for sale my property on Msple ave, consisting of a six room cottnee, bath, cellar and modern conveniences and about "J acres of ground Poultry houses, barn, smoke house, nice fruit and good cistern. Two desirable lots can be sold from this prop-erty. J. M. Mount HORSES AND MULES WANTED I will buy some good cotton or arnn mules or horses, W. B. Burton. 7-13-tf. Lancaster, K FOR SALE. Having sold my Barber Shop. I have an eight room house, prnctically i w. on Crab Orchard St, for sale. For mi) information see Malcolm Hou- WANTED. Job as steam traction Engineer E. pert. Als) general machinery Expi-i If you uro not getting satisfaction out of uur machinery, or if your Uepn - " running ioo nign, write int. I WaL, ,M .,,,,, i Clarence Preston Jacksonville, III, j POSTED 1 be undersigned hereby g-ve warn ing to all persons not to trespass ujmii our lands for any purpose whatever a. we will prosecute all offenders tu ful lest extent of lh aw, Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N 11 Price R. L. Elkin W. it. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West II. U. Arnold. James G. Conn. J. C. Morgan J. I'. Bland. Long Bros J. H. and W. S. Weaver J. Booth Sutton. W. T. West. W. I. Lawson nnd son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden, J, II. Rigsby, J. (J. Itlgsby, A. C. Miles. J, II, .Thompson, II. L. Kelly. Frank Thompson. I). M. Anderson. Davis Sutton John Richardson, J. II. Woods. J no. M. Farra. David Steven. S. C. Rigstiy. J. Ii. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Mrs. J, Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar I'. II. Thompson. W. II, Cummins. Jerry Wand. Wm. Lear. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. White King. (IIC987) Will make the season at my place, on Kirksville pike. At $1. Cash or $2. on time While King was calved June 5, 1911, bred by J. T. Hackley. Stanford, Ky. He is by Sunshine. 1C9S0, Dam Mer cer Maid 2nd , by George II 141593, 2nd. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee. 120711. White King is a solid white and good judges pronounce him a per fect type of short horn blood. Herman Sebastian. 8-31-lmo. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND, STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS Having d-jcided to quit farming,. I will, on Wednesday, September 20th, I sell to the highest bidder my farm con- taining 187.5S acres. This place is lo i cated three miles from Danville on the Danville nnd Lancaster pike. Is well watered by n creek on one side of it and five never fuiling springs. The land is in a high state ot cultivation, will grow line hemp, tobacco, corn and i wheat. The residence is anew modern bungalow with seven rooms nnd two i big hulls, water, lights and furnace. The water is pumped from a nt ver failing spring by a ram and a gasoline engine into an 18.0C0 gallon concrete tank on an elevation ubove the house. it is one of the best improved farms between Danville and Lancaster, hav ing two large new tobacco Darns on it, two stock barns, one 300-bbl. corn crib with a set of scales in shed. Hen house, meat huii-e. tenant house, etc. Place is all uider fence. At the same time and place will stll HORSES AND MULES -0.ie7-jear old saddle male in foal, ladies' mare, one 7 year-old family mare, trotting bred, one 3-jear-old filly by Cecillan Todd, one 2 venr-old walking colt, one luigg) pony, gentle, for women and childrn, one 2 ) ear-old Shetland filly ponj. bioken, two pair coining 0-jear-old mare mules JACKS AND JENNETS One3-iear old jack by Blue Grass King and out of jennet by Ilubble's lleecher.one 4-yer old jennet, one 3-yeur-old Jennet. CATTLE- GO yearling cattle, six cows und caUes, one jersey heifer, well bred, fifteen caUes. HOGS-Nine reg. O. . C. boars und gilts, four registertd O, I. C. sows, 30 fat link'. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. -One rubber tire Moyer buggy, one 20th Century Manure spreader, one two horse old hickory wagon, one two-horse solid wheel fodder wagon, one Superior wheat drill, one Superior grass seeder, one t. horse Disc harrow, one 3-horse disc harrow, new, one new corn plant er, one iron roller, two smoothing har rows, two no. 3 Vulcan turning plows, one no. 20 Oliver chilled plow, one fod der sled, one horse 5-tooth cultivator, lot blacksmith tools, one Deering mow ing machine, one Deering binder, one hay raker, two sets good buggy har ness, several sets wagon and plow gear, a lot of metal chicken coops and hog house. About 200 barrels corn. In of buled straw. Household und kitchen furni ture. Terms ersy and made known on day of sale. Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. m. Dinner on the ground. II. F. ROBINSON. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. tKJl-3t.