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The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26 i9lb
- ?- 1 M J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade We carry a full lino of ilnrilwato. Stoves, Saddles, Karnes. Implements, Ktc. We proo.c to dell you the best goods made and lit u very small profit. For Instance why nv ICtX) or $"0.fKj for a Maiable llange when we will Soli You as Good a Malable Range for $50. We have Bulges from I'JiUXl to fo(.00. Cook unit Healing Stovrti in same prnmrtion. We handle the John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. The very beat line of Stoves anil Implements on the market. Just re ceived n car load of American Fence. The Best Woven Wire Fence Made Give us a call ami part of your trade J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Sqiinri "Shield Brand" Clothes made iiK.nr l'Kici i) mem $1022 $122 $152" 'Vhe new dfl.Tii c r ' ' ! in Mel Clot 'it ' r tt.tt ajfi t r .ttli .1" tir rrr iru eH "t. l miU't f "ShwU ilrmJ" Ct.tb .x 1 tJutrI Of hrtt muvlrU in their hulory. C" n Lyons Busy Cash -S-H-!'-!-H--i-H"i-i-i-i-i-H-H-$ I MR. TOBACCO ! GROWER. T Senl a o-tal for information 4- regarding the ! $1,000.00 I in PRIZES sH -5 i-!-s-H--i ! s s-; s-!-! s- " rJiyJ 5C'sr-V v-W pwpr .. .3 . iy v 1- -Ss Ht- -VAI TO IF YOU HAVEN'T A GASOLINE ENGINE SEE US AT ONCE YOU work too hard oil your farm If you liavni't an engine. Vim can iiuko inuro money, with niiich leba labor, by Ukiug uu 1 11 U oil and gas engine. Think what it means to you and your family to have Urn cream separator, churn, )uu., fed grinJir, fanning null, thn- her, lodsaw, grind ctouc, watliini; iiiactiiuis and many other nucliiues, run by an I H C OIL AND GAS ENGINE Think how much more pleasant, Iiow much more attractive your farm and homo will become when the 1I1C ongiuo duos co. niiich of tho hard wotk. 1 II C gasoline ongiuo aro reliable, uurablo and run smooth ly, year in and year out. Wo have whatever btyle audsi;o utixute you want iu the 1 II O line, which include: Vertical ty !, I. . f'.I-S d M-IiorM power; honxoiital 1 to SO-liorso IKiwei, iituuntedoukkiiU 1 tolO-lmrseiKiwer; portable 1 tu 35-Iuhm K)er; traction 13 to ftMioreo jioweri sawing, pump ing, sjmyiott. hototiutf, ami griudiug outliU, etc. Built to opvrate wi giu, na)iiw, kreNM, ilUtlllatc, or alouhol. Ciuno lu ami t a oufty o( our new outuleguv. BECKER PHONE 27. Viewing Styles Trend Through our New Models in COAT is like looking at the sun through a smoked glass. All real beauty and brilliance without the glare and frcakness that hurt the eyes of culture of good taste. Wont ycu come in and view Fashions fairest, through JOSEPHS "smoked glass?" The One Price Store. Deal Hoiim- Store -!-? s i-i s ! H s -! t t- To Be Distributed ;;: at the :!: Lexington Burley Tobacco Show NOVKMBEK 23, 24, 25. f Address W. C. McDowell. Secy. ;' tl20 S. Ilrondway, Lexington, Kv. 4 j'i'i!'!'!'!"?'!-! ! 9i'! "S-f."'"?"!'!"!' V VIVA 1 J BALLARD. fME 1 III ?ssanri I'L BRY ANTSVILLE. Ky. AID SUBTS .The JoseDfr Mercantile Co. Gossip About People v?sN A ISril Mmtlon of tht Comings inJ Goirgi by Thou Vt Arc inlirriltd In. Miss Maggie Ilrowii is visiting friends in I'nint Lick and Richmond. Mis Edna Kavannugh is at home for the Walker-Burton wedding. The Chautauqua Circle held its last meeting will. Mrs. T.J. Price. ' Mr. Cyrus Daly spent last week in 1 I.extiiRton visilinR her sister. Mrs. M. ) M. Miller. I Mrs. It. I). Illanton of Eminence is Mary, of near I'aint I.ick, were in I.nn visitniR her imrents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. caster 011 Wednesday, shopping. I W" l:i,"ort'- I Mr. Charley Doty and Cecil Hrown 1 Mr. J. A. Swope of Lexington, spent have Rone to Akron Ohio where they the week end with his Rrandmother, accepted positions in a tire factory. Mr. Zarelila (iullev Miss Hannah Aldridge, of Stanford, is the pleasant guest of Mr. an J Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden. Mrs. Itoy A. Haynes of Ilillsboro Ohio, is liere visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Mason. 1 Mrs. William Cook nnd Miss Sue . Shelbv ,Muwn have returned from 11 ' pleasant vi.it to l.oumville. Mr- M.iii., ; .1. 1,.., ' tie ice, Mrs. Francis, and Mrs. Conner' . , Hrown, in lAiuisville this week. ' i , Miss Mattie Adams who has been at-' ! tending the teachers institute in Lex- j ingtun, returmd home Saturday. I Mrs. Carlton Elkin and little daugh-' ter, Emliy Ann, have returned from n 1 visit to their gnuidparelits at Liberty. ) Misses Delia Timler ami Mary Elmore 1 are in Lexingtnn for the wedding of, their friend, Miss Margaret Milward. Miss Maine Crenshaw of HonUna. ; ville, has lieeu a delixhtfil guest in the ihotne of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Mcltobertx I for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan enter- taimsl the Baptist minister' lUv.'s i Clere and Smylle. and the singer, Mr. ' Lyoiih, at nn vlegaul dinner. I Mr. ami Mrs. Kobert Elkin motored 1 10 iinrroiwourg, suiiuay, ami were me iguemaui .nr. umi .irs. i. .m. iiuhuii t of the IIarrodburg Herald. 1 iu.i.iu,r.. ,. 1 1 informally yesterday afternoon in honor of Mew lames iluy lUyiten. Robert Dun lap lllitntoii and Kobert Walker. Miss Ellen Davison, of Hnpkinsville, U Itll III Tl taU.ill.tr lit ItrtntlltfL'V f?,.lltf. I " I for Women, ut Danville, spent the uetk ed with Mrs. I!. K. MeltoberU. Prof. lIoiikii), Mi liohiiMMiu ami : Miss Aiiilerwn nttelKltMl tliv Enatern Kentucky Educational A4clutiun which mtt in Lexington l'ridv ami Saturday. Mid. II. C. llailey, wIm recently un derwent an operntion at the Danville Huepital, hai relumed lioino nml is progressing nicely and her friends hope i to see her out soon. Miss Corn I'eikiiw was in J several day a the past week, I-iHiUvillo ' blioupii g, ' nnd to see her Muter, Mra. Archie Dean Hradshaw, who is undsr treatnunt at u ! Samitoriuiii iu that city and who is progressing nicely her muny friends will be glad to leain. (Juite a number of out of town guests nre here for the Walker-Burton nup tials, among them Mr. J A. DotlmraKc, Mrs. Cornlo Clay nnd Miss Anna May Walker of Richmond. Mr. Detherage U the guest of Mr. Shiiley Hudson while the latter uro guosts uf Mia , Nnncy Walker. Col. George P. Farris, was appointed Executive Marshall in (iov. Stanley's i oftke to itueeeed II. F. William, wlui1 becomes Stewart of the FeebW-MiintJed ; Institute. Cel. I'arris, who U Mpinx at Dcmocmtlc State liettdipinrlcrK, will , not go to Frankfort until ufter the election. His many friends in I.ans tcr are glad to hear of hU u)fMliitmMt to a good place. II- -fA i I V 2V r .Mrs. O. K. Carpenter is in Paris guest of relative?. the' Miss Elizabeth Best H in for a viilt to friends. 1 Sir. nnd Mrs. Will Kmliry nnd Miss Allie Yantis were in Danville Tuetday. Miss Maudie MaeClouse lias bean the guest of her cousin. Miss Huby Thomp- j Mr. Jim iiourne of Lexington is here visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Iiourne. Mrs I.. N. Miller is in Richmond for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. T. Wilson. Mri. Mnry C,0UM! of Coy Ky. was the RUesl of Mrs Chas. Thompson for a few davs, Mrs. Amelia Hoss anddauuhter. Miss Miss Martha Tinder entertained at a chafing dish party in honor of Miss Crenshaw who is the guest of Mrs. Mc Hoberts. Mr. W. It. Ilurton, Miss Nancy Walker, Mr. John Gill Kinnaird Miss Anna May Walker motored to Lex ington dining at the Phoenix. We regret to chronicle' the. fact that ' Mia Ida May Grant remains .quite ill t her home on Uichmoud street. Dr. muiiii, ui .murium is bediide. at ler Mr. John M. Kiirra who has been tn V Martinsville Ind. for the past month, i " I"Kei l'lenlV i E - will return to her home this week. We J I,rovtl1- Knottn " 0w ,!en U,Hm, ff.rm are glad to report that she is much im-' c- " cireon- I,J,nt I',ck K' proved in healtti. ! l-l'J-3' rioyd K. Swope, of Lexington, well ' ktwiurn nn.1 rnrt.rlL nf thtj i!i ti.id ' acceptwl a K.ithm with the Cleveland Twist Drill Co. of Cleveland Ohio, and' j' ow located in that city Mesdanics John SUrmes. Joe Uobin- on, Kobert Kmbry Sum Haselden, ' Harry Elmore Harry Anderson, W. II. j Hrown nnd Minnes Sullie and Anna Mar- j garet Elkin were in Danville Tuedav. j Min Klizalielh Gibln lias returned ' from Lexington where slie vim iiti(ig l frind ixi was accompnieil heme by i hercouoin, Miea Clam liny den, who I will lie her pleasant sjueat for several ,iaj.8- Col. Millar, wife and d.vighter. Miss Eunice, ot Woumingtoii, III, kihI Mr. i and Mrs. K. E. Baker ami children of I Kichmond, ami Mr. and .Mrs. Hosroe Whltloek and children nnd Mr. and Mrs. Tom Park nnd daughter, of White Hall Ky, were the gueet Sunday of Mr. and Mix. J. N. Rom. FrifiuU will be glad to learn that our count.x Suieiiutenilnt, Miss Jennie Iligglns. wIh wm thrown from n buggy ; nml quite bmlly hurt, wiis well enough to lie moved from the home of Mr. Tom Slavin, where ahe was taken when I nccUlent occurred, to her own home lat haturuHy. I rienls also symutliiie . with her iu 111 ' lm ut her uster. Miss Nellie Higgitiii. SCHOOLER-SIMPSON 'Ilie in iniane cf Mr. Crvnl Sinipeon to Kim L.'im S'holer, Weduowlay aftuiiioon. in Richmond, Ky., by Itev, H. C. MeDHigle, minister of the Chris- thin chinch of timt plsce, whs the cnN iniiiH tiim of u happy coiirUlup of sev- ' end y vnr standing. Mr. Simpvon Ima just itMeed his twenty-first birthday j and is the vouiurtxt on .f Mr and Mrs. I William S4trwoti, uf TeaWrsvill. Creeil ie a model young man, hhIus- j trlous, moral and thoroughly worthy of. the love of this young Itwly, Mian Scltuohir, was iwe of the honor grad imtee of our high school liere two years ugo awl is exttwttwly ptular uiwook the younger Mt of the eily and oouuty. !Uut u the daattfater of Mr awl Mrs. J. 8. Sehotder. ot llyntlivlHe. Thej HeeorU toaether with their lw.t f ' fri.nk, extend iMmgrulubithm rod lwst wWIm. Try our WuJi grade ileur. It is guar antees! to idmso you or monov back Hudkon, Hughes & Furuau. ANY OF OUR STYLES you select in Silk or Wool Dress Fabric will satisfy you. In planning your AFTERNOON OR EVENING DRESS call and let us suggest to you by showing you our complete line of Woolens and Silks. I .. . ....... ... i . . . r unl Kilt' I LW'U. mil II IN IMS LULUin. House and Rood man. Apply to A wages for a Rood II. Ita9tin and Sor. For Sale:-Hore, buggv and harness. or8, perfectly Rcntle nnd found. I0-2C-3I. T. A. Elkin. I I KOIt ItKN'T The Alex Walker prop erty on Lexington street. Call or. ! tf. G. C. Walker. Ministers and Official approve this line Photoplay "The Little Girl Next Door" at Hex Theatic. Nov. 1st. Strayed to my place, n shoat weigh ing about 75 pounds Owner can have pig by describing same and paying all charges. J. T. Uainey. Vice lias Agents everywhere HE WAltE! Says "The. Little Girl Next Door". At Hex Theatre, Wednesday November 1st. For Sale. 1W) bushels of Hill Onions. $1 a bu. 10 lLMt J. T. Wanks, Hubble Ky. For Rcnl. Kive room cottage on Hill Court. -(large lot and garden, bath and lights. H. T. Emhry, at National Hank. 10-19-It-pd. r p. c.i. ratm ror oaic. I My farm of 53 acres for sale, at ! tlvattsville, lour miles irom Lancaster RESIDENCE FOR SALE. We offer the Uaulilul residence on DartiHe street, formally the llurnside i property, lor sale. I or iniounaiion. I apply to W. O. Goodloe. Lancaster. Kv, or Joe McCotmick, tt-Ttf. Asl.eville. N.C. i Sewing Mac!iins. I sell the famous Singer iewing ma chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If our machine needs repairing call on me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guar anteed. Din Milburn, lP-19-l-mo. Lancaster, Ky. Go to, the Woman's Art Shop, third street, Danville, for stamping and stamped r . . , rioods. towels, luncheon sets, pillows, etc. ; NOT FOR SALE-NOW. As he has lenled Ins farm for 1117. I am uuthoriied by R. 1.. Hughes tu withdraw from the sale market fa. mi uu'hulf milt) from lik La ncMttir cit .. imil 0B tUr Lexington, ! Iik'- li. 11 bwiuehrotiit. ! IU W It. JIM i. We, the underpinned, notify every bmly. everywliere. to keep their dogs oir of our premise. Wo also notify , all hunters, trapjiers nnd treper to I keep oir, tox hunters esiecially take nolleo. J. C. Itigsby. J. F. Thomjwon, J. II. Uigby, D. M. Anderson, S. C. Itlgshy, J. II Thompon. 10-W-3t-l STATE TAXES DUE. Yoir taxes for 1U1B are now due. You are earnestly rtpnted to call ut inv ollice and obtain yiHirortlcial receipt, j The (i er cent iienalty will mmmi be addeil. G. T. Bullatd. Jr. Sheriff. lu-iM-st. FOR SALE. IUvMi dfkd to out 1 offer y !! at Iwetl. for ante at h UrtiiH. TIM ife oontMiK1 anoui x aitren oi JsmI. fi rooms dwUmr. Kuud iMWetoeiit. out huHiling. etc.. AUo stofe room W x t, barn, ete. All lu (pud repair. For furtlwr parliculare eall on Enos Dais, Lowell, Ky. Would Seem Probable. "Lnt Trlday I Imulieil on one ot our lmttleh!p." "pitln'r vi.ii llnil It rather hard to illgi -XT Ho-ton Trnn-strlpt. Victims of Communicable Diseases. KlKlit liunilred thnuiinil elillilren urn! i.ilul!- fall fatal victim to com liiiihli nlile illsenses emli year In these I'ntleil States. The ill they did M not burliil with their unhappy bones, be ciium' there nro owr n.tim).tiuii other." sick ns n result of the tjpimld. scar litlnn. ineii-Ie. imimps and other In fection which those who gave up the ghost helped to vpreud. Humorous Persian Lerjend. Coneernlng Ihe hIkIii "f the UtinN there Is 11 pleturique Persian legend. It relate that at the su'e"lliii itt the devil the serpent of the mythological monter Zohal; were regulnrly fed upon htiinan brains. Two youths who had been condemned to have their bends robbed for serpent Mixtenimee I'.seaped death by substituting gouts' brnlns for their own. The.se jotith became the progenitors of the Kunls. Candy Kitchen. I have opened a Candy Factory on Lexington St., next door o the Puritan Pure,Fresh,Delicious Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone -lli. GoyS. Sanders PUBLIC SALE. 1 Will On SATl'iil'AY. NOVEMBER 4th, ,1910. bepinnihi' nt I o'clock i. m , at my prennves 1 u ill's from Lancaster on Lexington pike, sell the following propi rtv: 1 giH il faun and full i I V Iiorte, six i-H" "J"1; 2 ou,, Jffv '"llk cows; 1 two-liiitse wagon; 1 disc har row; 1 section harrow, 1 cultivator; 1 hucl.hiard: 1 pninteri) extension ladder, fti fe. t long, kihhI h new: plows; house hold and kitchen furniture. Ti l n, s iimde Ki own on day of sale. B. M.IiltOW.W A-. M ll inrne, Auct. BOOKKEEPING . BuineH.Ph-raphy I TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY . Ill lr.H-!i I ji ii- f -ls ri.n tri awrvtutu 1 .Qjtilklnjl'i.iD'i'i.. .I.O40 l-.r. .-OK.Ita IK1!' UOX "!.' .1 wolH' a f r .nfr.. mrTiHtfT Mw. dnxUILUVH IS. hIllTII,Lxlucluil, U. ' A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentle man to present nowa days, when making calls. Come and sec what a beautiful line of sample we liuve and get our pfics for 50 or moto. CENTRAL RECORD J. & K. Shoes Fit We ARCH. Where Quality Is King. POSTED The undersigned hereby g-ve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any puriosc whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of 0- law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N It Price R. L. Elkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan J. P. Wand. Long liros J. H. and W. S. Weaver J. Booth Sutton. W. T. West W. I, Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Iioulden, J. II. Uigsby. J. C. Higsby, A. C. Miles, J. II. Thompson, I!. L. Kellv. r'r.mk Thompson. D. M Anderson. Davis Sutton John Richardson, J. 0. Woods. Jno. M. Earra. David Steven. S. C. Rigsby. J. H. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne, Mr. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar V. II. Thompson. W. 11. Cummins. Jerry Bland. Wm. Lear. W. S. Ferguson. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. ! HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. j This Agreement Witnesseth; That i in order to protect the game on our , lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor ( permit anybody else to do so. ami we , further ngiee to proreeute with dili gence all persons who violate the giMne i laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpoe of hunting. And we further agree to act ns Deputy Game Wardens for the purpote of car rying out this agreement. Except each of u have the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to lie done by another under our tuperviMOti. or the supervision of some responsible, and reliable person eelcc'.ed by u. Tills November 15th, 1616. It. I.. Elkin. J no. .M. l'arra, W. 11. Burton. IlHfeiden ltroe., J. II. Dltor, John II. Smith. J. N. Itoe. FiUr Herring, Hughes llrm. Withers Ilrot. J. E. Kabir.son, W. II. Hrown. Alex Wslker. T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tii d.r. Logan Hubble, G, M. Ikshon. II. B. Cox. J. W, Sweenev. W. M. Mahan, William, Marcus ami Jim H, F. WilBMit. Willie. J. D. Pope. Mr?. David Chenuult, W. U. CoK. UutrmHn Bros, Wm. U. Anderson. Frill J. Conn, J, A'. Elmore. T. C. Kankta. Sam Cotton, M. ArcoU. Jr. E. Henry. W. B. Mm Jno. M. White, Bright Heriii'g. Scett Hutfman Ilrdliw. lUrker. L. &N Train ScieJuIe Al Lancaster, ky. : AMnvtr, To Maytville, cunncllr at lilvhmoti 1 with I. & N to Frwikfert Louiille; I No 71; 86 u. m. To Kowhtnd i: Stunford eowiecling at Howlund, L & N to all white South No 2D; 11:01 a. m. To UiettiBond, cannectiH; with I. & N toInineA HeattyvihV, LwclnKton Cincintiali, Middltwbora & Knexville. No TO; 1140 a. in. ' To Kichmond. iflnnntie Ith fust tntin to Chtciuiaii. Nn ST; m (v m. To I-ouisvilW, ximjuthm at Laiwiu.' JimUom to h3iaaiathtwH A Nawinig Green, nnd at Mawittwvti JusMttun t.i HanUtimN & Stjrt.tnU. No ; .M rw m. To Stanfenl, wm wet law wt) fast i train to Bristol & AtlU.