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The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, 1917.
Mrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond Is vis King relatives here. Enlist Now Why not enlist and join our army of cus tomers, who are being satisfied by being able to get the highest class. Merchandise at reasonable prices and receiving the very best attention and service. GET IN THE HABIT OF DOING YOU SHOPPING AT Joseph's The one price store who handles everything in Ladies Apparel and Corsets. Wearing Suits, Coats, Dresses, Shoes, Silks, Woolens, Cotton Fabrics, Notions, 'Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Draperies. Mrs. John btormes entertained at a six o'clock dinner, Tuesday. ' Mrs. May 1 luetic Moland left Tues day furn three weeks visit to Louisville Helen Chau- Stan-aunt, 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. 'rh Square Deal House Gossip About People NJN A nril Mention of the Comlni and Oo.'nsi lyThoit Wt Art Inttrrilcd In. Miss Ruth Hum is with Miss (lulley and lloorge Lawsnn for tauiuu. Miss Florence JohnsotKTiicnt the weijk-tnd in Lexington with Miss Kdna lierkele. .Mrs. Emma Hlgginlmtham has re turned homi! after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tray lor. Miss Almeter Whitlen has returned from n visit to lier grandmother in Georgetown. Mrs. J. J. Thompson of Prenchers ville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hayden Iavell. Miss Lillie Jones lias returned from Danvillo where tho was the guest of Airs. Dave Dunn. Miss Delhi Hice Hughes is in ford, the attractive gueSt of her Mrs. J. W. Acey. Mrs. Charles Kankiu And eon, Char les J r, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hen Humm in Somerset. Miss I'orter Scott Hudson of Danville is visiting her aunt. Mrs. V. A. Far nau, for Chautauqua. Misses I.ucia and Allie Mae- Thomp son art- pleasant guests of their sister, Mrs. Huyden lcavell. i 1 Aliss lona Dunn, who has been visit ing in Lawrenceburg for the past month will return home this week. Mrs. Ann Kobinson was hostess Tucs 'day to Alesdames Kllen Owsley, Will i Anderson and Mrs. Chenault. ( Miss Mary May Walker wns u recent .guest of Miss Minnie May Kobinson, at her country home "Maples". 1 Mrs. Kella Hemphill, of Nicholasville arrived this week and will be the guest for several weeks of Mrs. Kella Fran- ,cis. Misses Mildred Spalding and Althairc Mattingly have returned to Lebanon j after a visit to Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. Miss Mildred Eubanka of Howling j Green, and Messrs George and Tom Walker were the guests of Miss Joan Mount. . i i- t . . .mas r.mmu noner 01 Louisville, is the attractive Chautauqua guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and Mr. Adolph Joseph. Mrs. Kichard Uuckner Spindle and little daughter. Marjorie, are with Mr. and Mrs. K. E. McKoberts for the RED CROSS WORKERS WHO HAVE HELPED MAKE THE LOCAL CHAPTER A SUCCESS. The above picture was taken by Mr. Shirley Estes on registration day, when nearly five hundtcd new members were added to the local chapter. There were more than twenty-live faithful workers on this day and all did plcndd w6rk. They hope to have 1,000 members In the near future, as interest in the work is growing daily. Those in the picture from left to right are: Misses Annie Margaret Elkin, Sue Shelby Mason, Helen Gill, Chairman, Joan Mount, Martha Tinder and Dr. W. A Wheeler. E. Hughes and Judge Homer liatson. Hoth hae made enviable names for themselves in tho Fnll'.i City as well as I accumulating their share of this worlds goods. DEE E EEIE i M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. jV LANCASTER, l-HONES 3ME 3C t (Mice fi. I Kesidenee 37t!, KENTUCKY. yyy The question has often been asked. How about THE HUPMOBILE AND DODGE BROS CAR Ask the following home people who have bough these Cars this Spring, and who are getting perfect satisfaction from them. Mr Stapp, Hupp, Mr Dalton, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, Mr Thompson, Hupp, Mr Sutton, Dodge, Mr Smith, Dodge, Mr Rubel, Dodge, Mr Swinebroad, Hupp, Mr Cress, Hupp, Mr King, Hupp, Mr Rubel, Hupp. Mr Elmore, Dodge, Mr Herring, Dodge, Mr Tuggle, Dodge, Misses Fannie and Bettle West, Dodge. Phone us, we will be pleased to show you. Arcade Garage Go. KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. Mrs. ('. II. Dobvns. of Danville, is visiting Mrs. J. E. Kobinion. Mrs. IJIIen Onsley has returned from a visit to .Mrs Dave Dunn of Danvill. Miss Irfna Hnglit spent teveral days m nanvnie last week the guest of Mrs. Dave Dunn. Miss Margaret Cook is visiting Misses Hope (hardener and Beatrice Jefferson in I,ouisville. Alls Virginia Widdie, of Moreland is the attractive guest of Miss Annie I Idle Dullard. Mrs. John M. Kurra has returned from Martinsville and Covington much improved in health. Mr. Ernest C. Kav, of Decatur, III., is visiting his grand-mother. Airs. J. A. June? and daughters. Alesdames J. A. Kowhiml and E. H Smith are visiting their parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Solan Henry. Miss Sarah Letcher llrewer, of Leb anon was here for the dance the guest of Aliss Margaret Cook. bumnier. Little Miss Gladys Moore of Lexing- ton. is again the popular guest of her father, Mr. K. S. Moore, at the Sinm- son House. s Mei-danies (Jeorge Kobinson, W. H. Hurtoii Cornie Clay and Miss Edna Kavanaugh motored to Le.ington Tuesday for the day. Mr. t). It. Carpenter returned Sun day fiom Ked Kock Okla, where he was called by the illness of his brother, who is now improving. Miss Lidia Elmore is at home for The summer after u stay of several months in Indianapolis where the is teaching in the school for the deaf. Miss Allie Arnold arrived to-day from I'ittslurg, I'a., where she had been! teaching in the school for the dtaf, She will remain during the summer. Messrs Charlie Sanders, Clay Iiowman (irant, Goodwin Elkin, PERKINS-PHILLIPS i A wedding of unusual interest to, their friends both in this countv and Lincoln wns the marriage of Hiss Cora Perkins, of this county to Mr. Frank Phillips, of Stanfprd The happy coup le took the early morning train for Louisville Wedned'iv morning nrd were married in that city last i.ight Tho bride is the lovely and attractive daughter of Mrs. Emma Daniel- and is I exceedingly popular in this county. Mr. Phillips is the junior member of the firm of Phillips and Phillips, of Stanford and is u splendid young business man.. On their return trom n short bridal trip they will be at home to their fiiends in Stanford. ENJOYABLE DANCE. . The young people of this and adjoin- i ing towns indulged in the terpsichorean , art at the city club room Friday night, j Ideal weather, good music, pretty girls, and gallant beaux were all that was 1 necessary for an evenings enjoyment, t Among the out of town young ladies who were here were; Misses Mattinglj, It'rewer and Spalding of Lebanon, and' Misses .Margaret Harding, Lucile Mit chell, Mary Kodfs and Mollie Worthing to'i of Danville, Misses Duncan Fos-, ter, Datheridge and Elath Iiuehanon of Kichmond. Quite a number of young men from the adjoining towns were ' also here, which made it one of the most pleasant small dances of this sea-l son. A delightful lunch was served at ' the "Puritan" which looked very gay and festive decorated in red, white and , blue with crimson rambler roses on ' each table us a centerpiece. COM and get a all bargain in TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats down $10. Hats down to .'o S3.50 $7.50 and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See for yourself. Bella Arnold Francis Public Square Miller, Zan Kobinson, and Kobert N'olund left last Sunday to work nt Akron Ohio, Miss Murgaret Morrow, a popular und ellicient teacher in the IX and D. College, at Columbus Ohio, is here for Alisses Josephine English and Eugene,"'1' summer vacation witli her parents. Dudley, or Kichmond, are hero visiting .Miss Elizabeth Dudley, Mrs. J. O. Collings and .Mrs. Kettle it. bniitli spent feundav in Danville, as guests of Miss Hattie Hums. Airs. John .Mount and handsome little son. John AlcKoberts Jr. of Atlanta, are with Mr. and Airs. J. K. Mount. .Mr. und .Mrs. W. A. Speilli are en joj ing the summer on u farm near Em inence Ky, known as Pinu Purk Place. Aliss Mable (ianstiue, of lndiunn, anil Mrs. Cyrus Easi of Salvisa, are here visiting friends and relatives in the county. Air. Tom Walker, Air and' Airs. T. Al. Wilson of Howling Green motored from that city In Tom's car and are in our midst for a few days. Alisses Dorsey Lee Henry, Alary Kowlar.d, Anna May Smith and Master Kobert Smith uro visiting their grand parents, Air. and Airs. Solon Henry. Air. Jom "Kott" Haselden the "pro moter" and "land seller" is here shaking hands with friends, he has just closed a successful salo of lots at Leb anon. Airs, and Mrs. Hunter Irvine, Mr. and Airs. George Harris and Miss Lena Irvine motored trom Louisville and spent the week-end with Judge and Mrs. E. H. Harris., Air. and Airs. E. W. .Morrow. Friend hre will regret to learn of the illness of Air. Kobert E. Hatfield of Danville, who lias been sulTcring with heart trouble, for the past two weeks, and we wiih for him u speedy recovery. Muster (iayle Doty is visiting Air." Fleece Kobinson in Macon, Ga. Keforc leaving for the south Master Gayle proved his patriotism by putting his earnings lloud. and savings into u Liberty Little Alisses Charlotte und Judith Smith of Danville, nro pleasant visitors to friends in this city. The former the guest of Mrs. Saulley Hughes, the lat ter the guest of Misses Alary and Jane Doty. One of tho most enjoyable parties of the season was a Storai Party given at the home of Aliss Anglo Ilourne on last Saturday evening in honor of Air. Aladison Cooper of Wisconsin. There were about seventy-live present. Airs. Lula Johnson entertained at un elegant family dirilng In honor of her nephew and his bride, Air, Simmons of Florida. Mr. and Airs. Kichard New land of Stanford, and Air. and Airs. Arnold of Kichmond were also with her. We were indeed proud when in Louis ville last week to hear compliments on all Bides of two Lancaster boys, Kobert j Ths Byrne Optical Service ! Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted. 18 Years Experience. HYears in Central Ky. LATENT STYLES IN SIIELTEX & ZOLONITE RIMS Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER , JUNE 25th to 30th. J. J. BYRNE, Optometrist, .... Optician. I Employ no Agents.