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The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917.
f i STAND BEHIND THE MEN BEHIND THE GUN. Purchase your Merchandise at home and stand behind your home merchant, who can give you just as good merchandise for as little money as any merchant, and is always ready to assist in upbuilding his town and county. We are handling such representative lines as BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS, J. &, K. SHOES GOS SARD CORSETS, WARNERS CORSETS, Bettie Vrale Oresses, Phoenix Hosiery, Holeproof - Silk Gloves, Cuitemerie Kid Gloves. Many other lines with which the public is familiar and who are the foremost manufacturers in the country? If you are not trading In our store, or going away from home, lets get acquainted, and no doubt you will be surprised to find that you can do even better at home than elsewhere. Suits Moving Fast Choice $14.98 See the most talked of Fabric Style on display in our piece goods dept. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. The One Price Store. House of Quality. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Casey of Stanford ! recovery. He la now at his home after nro visiting relatives here. Miss Ida Mao Bourne was the recent guest of Miss Jennie Lawrence. Miss Maud Arnold of Stanford is the guest of Miss Jennie Lawrence. Mr. It. II. Wilkinson U in Liberty for a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Ilclle Henderson of Lowell and grand-daughter, are visiting .Mrs. J. It. Mount. Master Saullcy Hughes leaves to day for n visit to his grand-mother at Paint Lick. a stay of several days In n local hot lt al. He wishes to thank Dr. and Mis. Acton for their kind treatment during his stay with them and also his friends who kindly called and offered assistance. SEE It. S. MOOItE KOK HOUSE PAINTING & (5UAINING A SPEC IALTY. CALL 23, W. J. ROMANS CARRIAGE SHOP. In a myriad ways the American peo pie are showing that they arc not asleep. The Liberty Loan campaign has enlist ed the services of tens of thousand of Mi Margaret Hurt. Mr. Ilillic Hurt cl""ns; a little l'r and thousands of Mrs. Chas. C. Humber. Mrs. It. K.,lhe.rs-arB to out to soliclt tamU for Conn motored to Danville shopping. ie iteu woss. m practically every home in America, on the street: cars Misses .Mane Kay, Annie Mac anil W THE BEST MARE OF IMPLEMENTS ON THE MARKET. John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator$33.00 Oliver Cultivator $3 1 .50. Walking Cultivator $ I 5.00. J. R. MOUNT & CO. n'hc Squarn Deal House. 1 111 111 3 Bl IBs. til M.S. HATFIELD DEHTIST. i,nvi.'u lOlficofi. IIIOM.S J Kesidencf 37ii. KENTUCK : i V LANCASTER, w rnn in n . i We represent the TWO FAMOUS CARS THE HUPMOBILE AND DOD GE BRO ' We have with us a graduate of the Hupmobile Factory, In the person "of MR. ROY WHITTON who is the head mechanic of our shop. He knows cars as well as you know our Garage. Phone 81 We are at your service. Arcade Garage Co. KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. Gossip About People vv A HrUf Mention cf the Comings and Going LyThoK Wt Arc Intcrritcd In. Mrs. J. K. Sellman of NVholasville is the guest of .Miss Minnie Brown. Mr. Ilillie Hurt, Miss Margaret Hurt were the guest of Mrs, 15. K. Conn. Air. Frank Conn of Middlesboro vis ited iiis parents Mr. and Mrs K. K. Conn. Miss Martha Ileitis left Wednesday for n visit to her sister, Mrs. J. II. Arnold of Frankfort. Mrs. Joe 1'uxton, of Stanford ivnj over to seo her brother Mr. Jake Rob inson last Wednesday. Mr. llradley liourne Is at home for a few dvs before going to Norfolk Vu., where he enlists m the navy. Mr. Parker Gregory will leave in a few days to join his family in Hender soiiville, N. C, where they arc happily located. Judge Homer HaUon, of Louisville, bus been in the city during the past week, the guest of his father, Mr. It. II. Batson. Misses l'eachic Mao Sanders and l.eota Kay and Mr. James Sanders of Coy, intended the Senior l'lay here on Friday night. Mrs. Todd accompanied Miss Chris tine Sanders and Mr. Owen Hendren to Richmond where, they contested for the gold medal Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.lkln are at tending tiie annual summer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at Louisville this week. Mrs. Htizabcth Joseph has returned from u visit to her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis and little daughter, in Chattanooga Tcnn. Ml5 Mayme Italian and Mrs. Eliza beth llurgcrs of Ilryantsville are at tending the District W. C. T. U. meet ing at Richmond this week. Mra J. J. Walker and Joe J. Walker Jr, left Saturday for n ten days visit to Clieljcu Okla, They will be guests of Mr. and Mra. Robert Urewer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherrow are re joicing over the arrival of an eight pound hoy on, June 1st. He has been christlaned Robert Alexander, Jr. Mrs. R. K. Conn and her cousin Mr, Ulllio Hurt of 111., and Miss Mar garett Hurt motored to Stanford to visit her sister Mrs. Mollie l.awson and son Mack, I I.Ida Ilroadus were the guests for sev jeral days of Mrs. J. I!. Drown. i Mr. I). A. Ilervev and charming j bride of Iaint Lick motored down and uuenueu wommencemcni exercises Miss Anno Margarite Dyche of Lon don, Ky, is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore on Danville St. Miss Jennie Washburn, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. I'rio left Wednesday for Louisville, for visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. Farrls Yeager and Miss Sarah Wood Veager of near Dan ville attended the Senior play here on , Friday night. .Mrs. W. R. Todd, having closed her class of expression at L. H. S. returns to her home in Nashville by the way of Stanford and Columbia. Mr. Story Herron, who has n good position in Richmond, came down Sat urday night and remained over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mts. L. E. Herron. Hon. II. Clay KaulTman has returned from a trip through Casey county where he has been for the past week, looking after his candidacy for State Senator. Miss Anne Raker of London is the i attractive guest of her friend, Miss Alice Hudson Kigney, who was one of . the "sweet girl graduates" of the High School., I Little Miss Gladys Moore, who has I been the charming and attractive guest of her father, Mr. R. S. Moore at the Simpson House, returned to her home in Lexington, Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Anion arrived Wednesday from ColTeyville Kansas, to witness the graduation of her grand-son, Mr. Will Rice Anion, and is with her son. Dr. Anion and family. Mif. Allen Henry of Birmingham, Ala., who came to Lexington to attend the wedding of a friend, motorsd to Lancaster Wednesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Henry. Krienils will be pleased to learn that Mrs. Bradford Jennings of Tulsa, Okla. ' I i j .1 ; i ti, i- -- wuu lias ueeu uttiiKeriuusiy 111 is now un the road to recovery. A little girl has come to lileii (his home nnd has been named for her maternal grand-mother i-ii i .... j r,iiiiueiii uoiy. Mr. O. R. Carpenter was called to Red Rock Okla., last week by the ser ious illness of his brother, Mr. James Carpenter. Later reports from Mr. Carpenter's bedside are that he is slightly improved and hopes, are en tertained for his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Urown entertain ed nt a delightful party on Saturday evening, at their beautiful suburban home, in honor of their grand daughter Miss Marie Ray, A number of young people responded to the Invitation, and a very enjoyable evening spent. Mr. W. H. Hurton entertained at his farm near Buena Vista, last Friday afternoon, Hon. Francis E. Merriman, district Farm Agent for Kentucky. Those present beside Mr. Merriman were; W. II. Rogers, W. L, Scott. R. 1. Hurton, R. L. Elkin. J. M. Fnrra and wherever men and women gather together the war and how to push it tu victory is the nbsorbi.ig topic of con versatiou. Iron, WANTEU:-Junk of all kinds. Rags. Runes. Metal and Rubber, Will pay 50 to G01 per hundred for Iron. $1.00 to $1.25 per hundred for Rags, 50 to GOc per hundred for Rones Metal and Rubber lit highest market price. Why sell your JUNK to irrvs poniible Junk Haulers when you can get twice as much by selling and de livering to us. II. 11. Northcott, Lancaster and Stanford, Ky. , Can you, who are too old to tight, stand back with your dollars and see your sons sudor and die for the country in which you live, and not will ingly lend your support by giving at least $1.00 to the Red Cross? Is there among ou, one witli a heart so cold and a soul so hardened in meiceuary etTorts that can hoard your dollars to the detriment of your country7 Surely men, jou will awatte to your great op portunity while it is nut too late, and come forward and help. Major General I'ershing, who will command the American forces to be sent to the French front, nrrived in London the 8th having with the members of his Stan" reached a Ilritish port The expected arrival of General Pershing and his party had been kept a fairly close secret from the London public. General Pershing and the twelve officers of his senior stuff are to bo guests of the BritUh government at the Savoy. The remainder of the con tingent will be looked after by Ameri can societies in London. CLUB TO GIVE DANCE The newly formed Lancaster Hop Club will give a dance at the Lancaster Club room tomorrow, Friday night. 'BOYS WHO WANT WORK Under auspices of Christian Church Sunday School, I have listed with me 20 boys ages from 10 to 17 years old who want to work on o farm or any thing they can do. Any boily needing the services of any of these boys will please notify me, the day before nnd I can in most cases furnish you with one or more to suit needs. Henry Moore. BROWN-HERVEY On Wednesday after-noon. May 30th. quite n surprite came to the many friends of Miss Maggie Brown when it was learned that sue was married to Mr. U. A. Hervey of Paint Lick. Eld F. M. Tinder performing the ceremony. The marriage is a culmination of a long court ship. Miss Brown was one of Lancas ter's sweetest girls being a graduuteot our high school having finished in 1913. Mr. Hervey is the senior member of the tirm of Hervoy nnd Woods at Paint Lick and is indeed fortunate in winning the hand he did. The happy couple left at once for a short bridal trip nnd upon their return ........ lnI.An....lrn....tn..litM.a 1 1 a .... a.. j. c. uooinson anu ur. w, a. vmeeier ' farm near Paint Lick. Mrs. Robert E. Hughes and daugh- : ter, Margaret, together with Mrs.. TUP pipTV 1)011 A I? RANI) Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, motored , 1 II 1 1 lULLHll JJUnl. up last Saturday, the former to seo hen In issuing Liberty Loan Bonds in a parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, the , denomination as small us $50 the Sec- latter the guett of her parents, Mr. 1 retary of tl.e United States Treasury und Mrs. J. H. Bourne, Miss Margar- has put it in the reach of almost every ct will remain in th city for tho sum-j American citizen to do a real and ac mer. tual service to his country. Not all Quito n number from Garrard attend-' cn" "K'". ''"t11 " rell''r iwsonal ed tho ilag raising in Stanford last ' 8ervIco in tller wa'8' but ,lloao wl" Thursday, among. them were Misses M ,WM 11,0 Pnvilego of swing Frankie Knuirman, Annie Herndon. their country in person have the priv Anuio Margaret Elkin, Joan Mount. "w of Bfrvi"K ,ler b le,uli,1K iMr Mesdames George Robinson, J.E. Rob- money to win her victories. Hut it is inson. Theo. Curry, R, L. Elkin. 110t patriotism alone that urges the Messrs R. L. Elkin, Joe' Bumside. buying of Liberty Loan Bonds. Thrift Woods Walker. Tom Ballard. u"a n wiso cononv in investing small savings commend these Liberty Loan Miss Mary Leo Givens gavo a 500 Bond3 t0 Bmai investors. They are party at her home in the Hubble sec- Bafei aml considering their- tax-free tion on Monday evening. The guests ouaUty.freo from all federal, state and were: Hon. II. Clay Ivauirman. Miss locaUttXe3 (inheritance taxes excepted) tranklohauirmanof Lancaster, Mr. ' nml fm) from any war tax that lnay Otto Jone, Mlsi Lucind Lutes. J. E. Ilereuftcr be levied, uirording an obsol Jordan, Arthur Coirey. Misses Katie utely net income of 3J- per cent ,1(.y Lynn and Sarah Wood, Mrs. Lucy Mil- constituto an ideal Investment for ler Hartley nnd Ewalt Givens. Ices avlll,j8. Nor 3 tiero nny reason for and cakes were served.-Intenor Jout- wallin(; for u later bond Issue in tho expectation of a higher rate of inter Mr. Dan Milburn, the local manager est being obtained, for tho law provides of the Singer sewing machine, is re- that should such bonds be issued later, covering from a serious operation and Liberty Loan Bonds may be exchanged his friends are glad to hear of his rapid for them at par. f YOU LI, FIND IT 1(1 THIS COLUMnTJ I . ! . . . FOR RENT -The house recently occupied by Mrs. Susan Fisher for rent till Nov., 1st. Usher Herring Lancaster, or Crab Orchard, Ky. R. R.2 Let us make or have engraved your Visiting Cards, Invitations, Announce ment and etc. See the work of The Central Record. (tf) FOR RENT. Five room house with garden and four acres of gras. Located one mile from town on Lexington pike. Pos session July 1st. W. D. Walker. G-31-3t. NOTICE All perfons holding claims against the estate of the late W. L. Todd should present same to tho undersign ed, properly proven, on or before July 1st 11)17. Those indebted to said estate will please settle at once. (5-31-31) J. A. ond G. II. Todd. Agts. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received for alterations ami repairs of Christiaii Church, Hust onville, Ky., until June 20, 1017, at noon. Copies of plans and specifica tions can be seen at Adams Bros. Drug Store, Hustonville, Ky. A. II. Baugh, Chmn.. Committee. PORE BRED POLAND CHINA HOGS, FOR SALE. We havo'the Spotted Poland China fall males ready for service. Fall gilts and spring pigs of both sexes. Can mate them if desired. If interested, write, l.awson and Montgomery, 5-31-lt-pd Ravenwood, Mo. COME and get a bargain in all TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats QQ DA down to Ou.uU $10. Hats- 7 PA down to JU and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See for yourself.. Rella Arnold Francis Public Square NOTICE I have opened up a PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP In Ltincaster, over J. R. Mount & Co'b., store. I Junrnnteo tny work to uive aotisfuction ami my prices will be right. Your business will 03 upprecinted. P.B. WILLIAMS