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The Central Record, Thursday, April 29. 1917.
q (Oil2j. '0XG.:0., .5'0vMCQ wm.&& ts JUST THINK OF THIS FOR We Have Just Received the New 1917 Line of 0 0 SATURDAY ONLY P 9 Hopu Bleach 1 2c. F.mcy Stripe $ 10- Skirts $ 1 .9$. Oxfoids 98c and up. 13 $150 OvotaUs $ 1 .00 5 $3. to $7. 0 O. $ 1 .50 Silk Poplin QScts. MANY OTHER BARGAINS. WQOLTEX PIB1UIK WHITE w m ' C-j y ? h IS '' 4 Mh4w lwn( JUST live yenrs ajjii Tlie II. Black Company. Tailors of New York ami Cleveland, invented the pre-slirinklnft of wash skirts. Within three years women everywhere had eonvitiifil the retuil merchants that they appreciated these prcslinink skirts, A tfood and successful idea always brings imitation. But the .W'ooltex pre-slirinkin process fcr wash kirts is too thorough to he used by any maker less sincere and repu table than The 11 Black Company;. You have noticed so-called pre-tluunk wash skirts where, the waist band would shrink in the washing and the skirt would not. or the ikirt would shrink ami the waist band would not, or both would shrink. S Don't blame retailers for this it's ji st as liard for them as for you. to tell before hand what a new and untried tirand of wash skirts will do. The original pre-shrunk wash skirts made nnd gunrantted by The Black Cnnii -anv until r their WYolto label are on sale in this store now. Every Season proves their superiority. We call your attention also to the sport coats illustrated here, likewise from The H Black Company, who are noted as Makers of young, women's Wooltex coats and suits. Representing a very high standard of materials, of tailoring and of style creation, they are worthy your inspection. Especially so since they were designed to be worn with the Wooltex wash skirts. A. B. EoTDertson & Bre The Store That Sells Wooltex Coats and Suits. Mi IUs Danville, Kentucky, 0 1 G. M. LYONS. .)0).0)0).!(0, ; '0aG.i0 .; iO-'' '&fMW SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, April 29th. Southern RailwaySystem Following Hound Trip Fares in ctfcctjrom Danville, Ky. to Louisville Lawrenccburg $1.50 $1.00 Shelbyville . ilnrrodsburg $1.25 $ .50 Similar reductions to all local stations between Danville Letinaton and Louisville. Titktts limited Joy return trip to date oj tale. and RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Kailuvy System. P1917 -ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - iSWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. 1 (Successors t Hughes & Swim-brimd OK - KENTUCKY. ' 1 LANCASTER, 'Headquarters for Real Estate' "THE IN LAND OR NOW" HORSE SHOW Brings Good Crowd Bat Few Horses. What was lacking iii quantity was made up In quality aC the horse show here last Monday, which meets mi. iiually the fourth Monday in April. While the farmers were supposed to' have been busy on their farms few people wera expected in town, but by noon the streets were crowded and the merchants of the city say that they had the best day in years from a busi nett standi lint. The horses were the chief attraction of course, yet the town wai filled with made a reputation tluoughout the FOK SALE: liruwn Leghorn eggs; county as one of the bf st breeders it 00 cents per setting 15 eggs; $3.50 per good mules in this section. j 100; $5.50 for 200. Mrs. Fred J. Conn. The advertisements and Oreeding of alt these horses can be seen in this is- FOH SALE; (Joed gentle carriage sue of the Record. Beside others that horse; also some nice young mules were not on exhibition here Monday. J. II. Leavell. , Samples of Ancient Days. Down to 'comparatively recent times every little girl worked her sampler mid example of seventeenth-century wnrknre hst III found nnd are the ob jects of the collector's search. They usually contain the alphabet, the work er's name, the date, Illble texts, mot toes inn pious admonitions, the whole ! or Sale: Five pair of good work mules. Just out of work. 4-20-2t. G. A. Swinebroad. HEMP SEED FOR SALE. nvnnnmjrnn i im nnnininiinv nnmiT iii nr niinmnnn - LArLRlLnlL AIHU .mUNU IUUM III ALL DUolIlLoo. VeU LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I Our record for the past eight Mara show sales of mole than 13.500 arres of land, besides i large amount of town and city pioperly and stocks of mcr- ichamlite, amounting to more than $1,150,000.00 and this business was done to Money to Loan. II. Clay Kaulfinv, the entire satisfaction of more than (X) clients and cuitomria and they are my references for "fair dealing, From my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what to advertise. To the one who has property to tell -farm lands, city property, dwellings lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate propoiition, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to jour entire satisfaction. List vour farm or other property with me now. 1 now have on hand n Guardian. 4-5-4t. FOK SALE: Good Jersey milk cow. Fresh with second calf: J. K. Kobinioii. hiii-rintmli ,1 tiv titi .ip.i.itiiittil.il KiinluP new automobiles and many changed j()f some conventional design. Thecal hands. At ono-thirtv o'clock the horse ' llest mmpler In existence Is Mild to show was held on Lexington street which was lined with people, eager to see ard applause every horse shown. Carrol Hailuy, of Stanford, drove his handsome stallion, Kowliind I'eavine, and waj considered by many the fjnest horse on the silent, lie is a beautiful sorrel and royalty bred. Wiltondale, owned und exhibited by Itobert Fox, of Marksbiiry. nude his llrst show tier lit i utti acted much attention. lie U elegantly bred III ihe trotting line be side being just as good " animlividual. That handsome road-liorso und stute champion, lileucher, was given n few spurts up and down the street eisl easily ahoWod wliat whs iu him and how lie became the champion roail horse, by his easy way of wtnK and extiemt 8p"l Jacke Tell, nv.-i,cd aial shown bv N. W. Kiixrs, limdo Iii first show hele which ms a iichhi from vry stand point This hor U only fmir years o'd and has tli spewl of n ehampbin, III breaJing of th" h-st and th til- :.v iduality of h ho bora Artist shown ' lolm llsll. the maycr v.' I'alhul-, mhi' iwnl by Mr. 1). Djiiii, Id pt a good urowll around him during bis entire shu.v and wai pronouiKed by inunv the bvt bred one on the ginui.d bear the date of KJI'I nnd Is ill the .Si mill Kensington museum, Loudon. To the farmers who are thinking of sowing hemp this spiing, 1 will sell you seed as cheap as possible and buy your hemp at any time at the highest market ' price. L s aniu pd. H.ll.COX.I KOI' SALE: One pair 4 year old horse mules, eight nice stock hogs. ' ' t It u i,ii.lir.iuil I K.I At ..,llu. ii'liit urit irnini. tn Imv .iiiiiHtliinir a.im.u ln.tu un.l . ... w.it'i.. , iuiii; uni if, i nm ...v .,". " . " nt.u juui IWP- , erty may be j'ist what I am looking for. , I.OST;-Gold watch. Initials "J. It. i fn t)t. one wl(1 wuts t0 jnveal, 1 solicit jour patronage as 1 know values J." Heward to Under. Apply this u1j klow ,hnt wltfn ju e. ,, deul through me )ou will get "value received" ollice. ( I -i; !it. , ror vour money. I nave on nanii ior saie ui an limes a i.urge .-.uimier oi rarms, Iwvllings Single Comb tlrown Leghorn Eggs, Hi for 75 cents, 100 for 5 1. 00 CASH. l!ox ST-'. Erie C. Eurra. , 11UCKEYE No Chance for Kidnaper. Tlllly vn quite proud of his baby sis ter mid he tliMiiixlit tin women really mount It when they said they woulil like to tiiko her home with them. One i week lny lie whs stmidins beslilo her bujrgy Mlillo his mother was shopping In a toil'. A woman enme by nnd said, "My! My! What u pretty biihy," nnd I '1 1 1 Knld, "Ves. und there's u iiiiitiimu bt longs to her." her Had Courage of His Convictions. " rriint-ls llacon, who was born In Loudon Jiimiary , 151X1, hud mi u.cr hloii for ilui'llng, u pructlco prevuleiit In England In Ids day, observes n Tit er In the Washington Tost, llo llwd. from 1500 to 1020. The great essujlst made nil address against ducting, In slur chamber fcesslon In proceedings iignlii.t two men ouo for writing und Keudlug ii challenge, the other for de livering It, Hilton was then king's at torney general. Airs Lizzie Walker is visiting duugh'er Mrs. liascom lirown. .Hisses hallle and Attress Noel were ml guests of Willie Miles Itay. Rev. ltagati of Nieliolasville filled his appointment ill the Methulist Church Sundaj. The Wonder Washer Wringer Wash in,: Machine will lie deinoutitruliil at ....... it. ...... .... ' Daniel Webster's Warning. The last hopes of mankind, tlicte fore, rest Willi us; mid It It should be ... . .v k . ..... , , , , t ,.xmilI,a md be- and a show hur e from every point of urKum,Ilt olnkt tho expcri. view. Ollie Johnson was on ha.ifl with I u. km. of ,,,,. ,lucrty Hrilliant I), his splendid I'ercheron wollld 1)t. funded throughout the stallion and his premium jack, Thumps cnrtli. Dautcl Webster. Mill. This jack attracted much ut.j Ihe best one on tlie street Mr. John sin recently bought thi! famuus jack, Uuck Varnon, and will also make the season at Mr. .lohnluii's place. John Anion proudly showed his hand same lVrcherou Hawk and was aur rouuded by admiring judge muit of the day Me T I,. Yantl was on the jK'r-et witt his famous jack whlcli lias Good Work Done by Amateur. Conn ilros., May 1st Mr. and Mrs Hay Noel wure gueMs of Mr. Mid aim. Willi Itay at llyatsville Sunday and Monday. Mrs. J. E. Edwards has returned Inline alter several days stay witii her parents at Maya Liclf. Miss Mayiiui Calico was whii her iwr ents Mi ami M.ra. Ambrose Calito Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George lleudrsu visited hsr daughter Mrs. King ami Mrs. Pavls ut ItryanUvilIe lubt week. A littlu boy made his upperonce at tlie, Iioiihj of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Anion I im, ii inn, "i',.i i . Mr. mid Mrs Doe. Simpson nf llicli. moml huvu been with friends and e. .ies hele for mveral nays. tt w l'ear.oy Itetiu, Ited Top Cal f Setd, Millet seed'for sale, Hudson, Hugties & Earnau, Mrs Houston Gulley has returned Do not Icuro expvrliuenU with home from Hichmom after tcveal davs plants to profebslonals. Much of the slay with her daughter Miss llatbara best-work la the Improvement of plants, to Gibson Infirmary. unu uowcrs nus come inrousu nit work of uiuuteurs. Tho latter class traveling abroad have also been first to scud valuable plaut Introduction to the home laud. Mr. kid Mrs. L. U Sanders and son liuruett and Mr. und Mrs. Sim Tatem of Crab Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. George Hay were guests of Mr. and Mrs I Hiram Hay Sunday. iCity I'roperty not in Ihe advertised list, as my list of property is constantly V changing, by mtcs, expirations renewals, listing new prnHrties and some u my best properties are not adverti'ed at the request of the owners.' Eggs l or Hatching: l'uie liulf Or- 1 'r Juu atv a ",ri'ld'nt of Garraid County, write me and I wilt tell you phington strain. 15 fur $1. or 100 for $5 1 "1,r ('ounty. its fertile foil, its products, market facilities, good roads, ll.l.'.-'Jmii. W. E. Moss, Lancaster. Ky. ' 8CI"",!' a"1 churches, of LancH.ter and itn business, its people and its growth. " The follo'wirg is junt n few of the proierties 1 jiave un Hand for rale now. t WANTED- Position as practical! FA It. M.S. ' nurse, apply to Miss titurglu JNjIiiisod. I A farm of U0 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pikuwitli Lancaster Ky. in care of Mis. Loula C. al-out 11KI acres of cliir ami grazing li.d Ihiuwn in. Jolmson. (l-3)-L't.id.) ' A fertile larni of IM acres with tplenin! improvements, taut lies well . and is en pike. Men Wanted with limse nnd waimii. i A tmall fiirui of 5 acres, with 5 ii.nm house, guisl orchard. Well locateit to sell F. W. McNess Sanitary Keim-d- on pike, close to school and churches, or 10 acres with Inrge Ixrn adjoining can ' ics;llie only sauilurv line sold fium wagon. Can mulv $.100 n luoiilli. Apply to Furst and Thomas, Frceport, III., or L. I). Carter, Nichola-ville, Uy. (l-HI-Stpd) . , luiid trlht g, wry fertile. For Srie. be added, making 35 ucre. Possession Lt one. A small farm of 43 acres. 3j miles f torn town, on jilke, new 7 loom dwell ing and new burn, good Jand lis ll. A farm of 00 atres, mi pike "i miles tn in tow:i. mostly in grass, huge tobacco burn I roeni tssute. A farm of IJ acres, extra tobaew. and hen.p lawl, iolii.g. L' ,urg barne, ilviiiltil ilwilliiiL-. laud Well fercid aisl will Ui ltd l.ii.M Inn, ml ili.r Just a few extra choice Ssptamhor ,)Ut Imlluings. (WSP. whii . ,..., r nsi ucies of null lat.d. nail levl uui nun iniiii fin.. .1,,. ii,.,.. ! of K roiims. halls, collar etc, 2 aero ttodiant, 4 miles front town ' u pike This one n bklgain. . 50 acres of very ierlilu land un pike 1 mile frcim town, rot 1 duelling and, LOST. lO-'Jt.pd. I. sitlil isiland cliina aell cheap if taken soon. Lawsuit uni Montgomery. ttuvi nnoixl, Mo. I taigo burn uisl other t.ul-Uilldiilrj, tine uuhaitl tho land purttl tight. A (mm of 118 nclee, 4 miles In in ttwr. iw raU tint tartly rollinir Itetweeti Crab Orchard and I'reacli-r p!endid Iniproveim nls. srsville a pocketbook, containing small A fuMll f 10 i.cies of line laid will (iapii,vtd. an pik" cumille to mar. amount motiev. lUunnl U Under. , ka ,)f lnri. ruuilly .cats. UrA lies well. ',:C', J. II. Thompson. f ' A miull farm of IS setts, nu-fuuilh n.lle fitiii pike, Willi gctd imiirov. I incuts. CITY I'KOI'EKTY: Ktw tniuern (Ivvnlmg of iccirs, t Hn, cellar, l atji rooms, modem impiovemcnts, furnuo Jieattd, tlectiic tipl.tr, wnltr wills, imall tiut'iin bapi and 4 acres of land. A dwelling of C rooms srd out buildirgs ar.d 4 sens of land. Anoiiitr new mcarin uweiurg oi m mms with su irtuern conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further particulars and prices iiquiiu uf HEMP SEED WANTED. Wanted to buy 30 buihcla of cultivat ed hemp seed. Mitchell Taylor, 419 3t. Danville Kv. NOTICE JR FARMER. We have a limited amount of Choice Cultivated Hemp Se4 that we will contract and buy your 1917 crop of lint at $16. Get your order in while they last. S. S. S. Lumber Co. 4.5-tf. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Kentucky.