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The Central Record, Thursday, June 7, 1 9 1 7.
JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Begins Thursday, June 7th. This sale is an offering of bona fide reductions on every article in one of the best as sorted highest grade stocks of Dry Goods and Ladies' Garments in Kentucky. Only such merchandise as is wanted by the very particular trade. Never before in any of our Clearance Sales was there such an opportunity for money saving as In this Sale. Every item has advanced and will not be as cheap again for some years. COME IN THE MORNING! TERMS, SPOT CASH. NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL. Household Linens. A lien the great warliejran we laid in an im mense line of Pure Linen Tabl IUmasks of nil kinds. Also Napkin;. Table Clot!n and Towel. These are now worth more than three times what we paid for them and no more pure linens comine over. For two years we have Riven our customers advantage of our foresitjht nd now we are Retting to the end but still have a fair aorl ment of Irish and German Damasks that ARE EVERY THREAD PURE LINEN. These wil. be in Sale at Reduced Prices. New Wash Dresses. We have more than a hundred absolutely rew White and Colored Wash Dresses which are just coming into season. But as everything is advertised these will also be offered at reduced prices. Tailored Suits Half Price. We offer our entire line of Wooltex and New York made suit except navy and black M exactly om-half our regular prices. This includes Silk Suits as well. i.V). 00 Tailored Suits, all colors, now $35.00 Navv and Black Suits, now $35.00 Suits, other colors, now . . $J5 00 Navy and Black Suit, now $2.".uu Suits, other colors. $19.75 Suits, in other col ors, row $15.00 Suits, in otli.T col. or, now Remember that woolen goods will be much higher. $25.00 $23.50 $17.50 $16.50 $12.50 $9.85 $7.50 Silk Dresses. We have in stock nearly one hundred most desirable styles in street and afternoon dresses in all the K)pu!ur materials mid colors. Taffetas. Crepe de Chenes, Pongees, Georgette, Etc These ranged in price from $1:! 60, $15.00, $!. 00, $J5 00 nml on up to 1.W. To make a quick clearance of these we will offer very decide reduct ions during this sale. Some exuuisite Party and dance dresses uil also be offered erv cheap. Dress Silks. Everv piece of Silk, both Plain and Fancy, in our stock will be marked down fur this sale. All colors in Taffetas, Satins, Georgettes, Crepe de Chenes and a great many fanc dress silks. 89c--Choice of 75 Womens' House Dresses, were $1.25 and $1.50 89c. Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. No evasions of any kind. All goods marked in plain figures and reduction cards on each line so that you can figure sale prices quickly. A. B. Robertson & Brother. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 10c 14c 59c 75c Specials. Yanl llest Past Color Apron Gingham. Yard Genuine Punjab Percal es, M in. best Percales made. Kunona Aprons, mniie of gen uine Ainoskeag Ginghams. Choice of about fifty Wirth more Waists. All iwrfect but just sl.igle waists left over from recent selling. OCp Fine lllcach-d Sheets, seam OJL I,,, nil h,mmed full. M by lo inch. OQ Extra heavy full bleached Turkish Hath Towels, hem med, sue HI by 111 irr-h. 1 Olp Special Value in White A 2V Homespun Crah Toweling market value is 20 cents. dj 1 1 f Pure Silk Stockings, in pl.iU mack. White and Colors and Fancies, either McCallum. Kayser. Gotham Gold Stru- or Onyx make. 1 f:f Petticoats, with Seco top tpl.UU am wfJ(. fun rutllr ( Taffeta Silk, in all colors, djl Of) Yard Genuine Irish. Union 41.0U Linen Table Damask, full 70 inches wide, in five beautiful pat terns. OA- Yd. IU inch white Pure ViU .inen Crash Toweling. Re member there are no more linen crash es to be had. CHAMOSETTE GLOVES -We have them in white in all sizes and they will be on sale at Iteduced Price. FARMER'S COLUMN! w New Torpedo With Ears Soon to Be Demonstrated Here dp ace below this beading Is foi toe eiclu tve ute ol our farmer utjicr Iters, aurl li for tbe sale of stock, giant awl such 4hiujj on (arm at the lrmt?r cannot afloM to ariver tine. No notice will be accepted ortrr tour Idle, anrt wfll le only hi two usuei ot the hrokti, freeof cbitrne FOK SALE: Sow and eight pltrs. Mi 3d Hulda Uoyk. h)lt SALE: A hay ralto as good as new. S. II. Estu FOlt SALEl-Oeering Hinder. In HOd condition. G. A. Swinebroad. POIt SAI.Er-W.oOO tobacco plants, vJudv'a Pride and White Hurley. It. I. Elkin, FOlt SAKE: Sow and nine pigs Mrs. s Anna Hubble. Hubble Ky. FOlt SALE-Fifty bands of old cor-i i'hotio 12. II. U. Frje, Hubble. I'jr .Sale Cheap;- Family mare. 15 hand .gentle for children. G. A. Howling FOlt SALE; Nice two year old filly, by llurtons. horse unit out of u mare by old 'ronton. !(. E. Henry. For ."Jale A good tobacco setter, only been used to set about 'JO acres of tobacci and is ready to hitch to, now. S. Morgan. FOR SALE-One 125 foot tobacco bed ready to set. Also one 9 year old mure, gentle for lady and children to drive. W. S. Embrv. MR. WOOD DEMONSTRATING HIS NEW TORPEDO UPON THE CHAUTAUQUA PLATFORM. FOlt SAI.E-HIgh grade black bull. 10 months old, also Poland China boar, 1 year old, lurge type, Hubt, It, Fox, THE marvelous torpedo with ears, Invented by Jloiitravllle Wood. scleutUt, Is to bo demonstrated lit tbu forthcoming Itedpath Chaiitaii ijua here by Mr. Wood hlmielf. It Is estimated thut within n few muni lis ast moro than !i,000,00) people havu read at Montravitlo Wood nud this new torpedo. The torpedo Is of such size that It can be seen from ull parts of an audi torium or chaiitauuu tent, and as It follows tbe direction of the sounds created by Mr, Wood a feeling of sur prise aud awo Is notable throughout the audience. ,Nu nt the iloso of each ierformaiue crouds gather ubout the scientist while he answers mullltr.dl. mills questions. Popular Mechanics Magazine, with n circulation of more I ban :rt,nn, used a luge story. Illustrated, In the Decern ber Issue. The lllustrutiHl Sunday Magazine, which in used as n supplement to six leeu big city newspapers with a mil lion and n quarter circulation, told of Wood and Ids torpedo In tho Nov, -1 Issue, l'arx served at that time were the Pittsburgh Gazette-Times, Minne aHilN Tribune, Memphis Commercial Apieal, Detroit Free Press, lloston Herald, Louisville t'oiirler-Joiirnal, Huclicstcr DcniocrutChionlcIe, Dcs Mollies llegMcr Lender. Philadelphia Itccord, Cnliiiiiliiis Dlspnteh, Milwau kee Sentinel, (Iniaha World-Herald, Wnneslcr Telegraph. Da)tnu News, rm Mow (Tribune nml ItiilTalo Tillies. All I'lillrel) illtTeient descriptive ! i ry ub'iiit Mr. Wood and his Invention i appeared Oct 1." In nine newspaper with u ciimlilned circulation of iieaily 7ki,imm Chicago Herald, Pittsburgh leader, Halt Luke City News, Seattle Times, Columbus Dispatch, Oregon Journal. San Diego I'nlon, San Fran cisco Chronicle and I.os Angeles Tribune. Lancaster, Ky., June 20th to ?Sth. HICKS AT CObfcEGE Presented by the Senior Class, Assisted by Boys of the Junior and Sophomore Clashes of the Lan caster High School Friday Evening, June 8, 1917 at 7:45. Hiram Hick", the Hraino Man Will Itice Arr.on. Tom Morton, who writes advertisements Will .Mac Elliott Fritz Joiilon, Morton's chum who plays basket ball James Nevius. Adam Itiddicut. Prof, of Northern University Owen llendren. Dean Smiley, Denn of Northern University Wesley Dickerson. Percy Itnhbins, a recent arrival from "deah Huston" Itobt. ltos Adolph Hopkins, u lazy boy Howinan Grant. Haitian HriKlts. a di William Kinnaird. Josh Anderson, 11 basket ball enthusiast rvj Stapp, Chas. Paillett. reporter for the "Dai'ej Shriek" Va Cook. Peter, popular proprietor of "The Pal" Hurton Stapp. Wulker, maniiKer for thu Ilralno Man vm, Kiiviirauuh. June Grant. i Seiior Chums interested respectively in Katherine Jiourne. Polly Portlo t llortou and Jordon Georia Moss. Claire AnKellnu Jones, n stnue-struck Kirl, aIich Kidney. Susie SpriKHius, u freshman with u crush Nellie Cox. Daisy Armstrong, athletl? Kirl, Sallio Cox. Fluir Finley, u fusser mrl AlllUl. IW, Mary Anderson, a freshman ut, r,miui Flora Hell Delamarty, u waitress ut "the Pal" Mamie S. Dunn. Mrs. Cobb, housekeeper lit "The Quarters" fUy Acton. I.ilv, maid at "The Quurters" Suaie Conn' '"F" -' Wesley Dickerson. ACT I. Scene-"The Pal". Time Three days before the Championship Game. ACT II. Scene Campus of Northern University. Time Morning, tbe day of the name. ACT III. Scene "The Quarters", home of the boys. Tims-Evening, the jubilee after the game.