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The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917.
See The Culii Packer in Front OF J. R. MOUNT & CO'S STORE. The best farm implement mndc. Let us sell you n TRACTOR PLOW. Come hi mid Act it Mower mid Rnke before they ndvnnce. Agents for John Decrc Implements. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. r. 31C M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. M V LANCASTER, t.G KENTUCKY. 3 THE HUPMOBILE AND DODGE BROS CAR Arcade Garage Go. KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. II ii i 31 ICt Normally 's Candies. Meal Served Any Hour The " NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Cream for this weck-JB Peach, Tutti Fruittl, Caro mel, Chocolate-and Vanilla. W. O. KING, Proprietor. Ice Cream Parlor. Telephone No 202. 3CI DC 1 C DC VARIETY STORE A NEW KIND OF A STORE. New Methods, New Goods, New Prices. Our success depends upon our ability to" save you money and to cater to your needs in a way that will jjivo you satisfaction. Como in and see this new store You will be pleased. Wc want your produce for cash or trade. Give us a cull. COY S. SANDERS. BE SAFESee Me For Tobacco Hall Insurance f Gossip About rcopic I A Brli I Coin J' A Brief Mention of the Coming) and Goings liy Thou Wt Arc inttrtited In. BSE! Miss Mary Manuel hns been visiting, her mother at Crab Orchard. Mr. "Hilly" Swop of l,exlngton is in our midst visiting relatives. Miss I'olly Reynolds has returned home after a visit to relatives at Wil de.!. Miss llox' Cardncr, of Louisville, la the charming guest of Miss Margaret Cook. Mr. and Mrs. George McHoberts and lletsy Margaret, lire with Mr. and Mrs. Hurnsidc , Miss Nancy Manuel has returned from a delightful visit to her grand-parents. at Crab Orchard. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Cnscy of Stanford are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong of Chicago, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. W, II. Smith nt Hvnttsvllle. Miss Etta Smith has returned home from a pleasant stny with her aunt, Mrs. McAfee nt Marcellus. Mr. J T. Manuel anil family of 1'reacnersvillu spent Sunday with his ister. Mrs. Charlie Ilairlem. Mrs. V. A. I'rice was hostess at a six o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Henry Lioyd and Mrs. Frozce. Mrs. Eliza Frnzee and Mrs. Henry I.loyd have joined I'rof. I.loyil here and have rooms with Miss Allie Dunn. The Misses Sprague, who have heen charming guests of Miss Margaret Cook, have returned to their home in Louisville. Mr. A. J. .Manuel of Crnli Orchard hat heen here visiting his chi'drrn, Mrs Chas Ilaicrlein. Mrs. W. II. Hall and Mr. L. Manuel. Mrs. Chas Davis and pretty little daughter, of Chattanooga Tenn, are here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Eliznbeth Joseph. Misses Avis and Neva Adams of Sublette Illinois, are attractive guests of their aunts, Mrs. l.ucy Henderson and Miss Sallie Adams. Miss (Catherine Harris has returned to her home in Stanford, having been called there by the illness ot her father Mr. J. Itandolph Harris. Little Misses Mary Arnold, of Rich mond and Dorthy Susan Newland of Stanford are the attractive little guest of Mi in Florence Johnson. Misses I,ois l'owell of Itichmond. and Anne Melvin of Tennessee, who have been attractive guests of Miss Kdna llcrkele, have returned home. Miss Edith C. Moore nnJ Henry H. Moore have returned from a pleuiant visit to their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Iloain at Paint Lick. Misses I.ydia Uurge, Elizabeth Crus her and Hope (iardncr, of Louisville, are attractive visitors of Miss Margaret Cook, at her pretty country home in West Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss Joan Mount motored from Howling (ireeu Saturday and are with Mrs. J. It. Mount. Mr. Wilson will bo at Lex ington this week. Miss Lilly Dale Grant, who has been spending n few days with Mrs. T. J? I'rice, is now with Mrs. Fisher Her ring, later she will join her brother in Washington City before going back to Norfolk, Miss Lula McWhorter, one of Paint Lick's most dim ming young ladies, was a shopper here Saturday. Miss Lulu has just completed u cuursu at The Howling Green Business College, and a successful enreer Is predicted lor her. aiiss Marie iiauey entertained at u delightful party, celebrating her hoy nth birthday, nt the homo of hir par ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ilailey, on Wednesday afternoon. A number of little friends wero present and an en joynble time spent. Refreshments wero served. Members of the Hnptist church guve a'reecption to Dr. 11. A. Dawes, the pastor unci family, last 'lliursday even ing, which was attended by over one hundred persons. Dr. Dawes' resigna tion took effect Sunday nnd the recep tion was given In honor of his ten years of faithful service here. Dr. Dawes and family will leave in the fall for Brvantsvillc. Georgetown News. On Tuesday afternoon Master Dun can Haseldcn entertained about twenty eight of his little friends at uu after noqn party, refreshments were served, games played and hours thoroughly enjoyed by those present. On Tuesday evening, J. It. Haseldun entertained forty of his friends In much the same manner. The young hosts proved themselves "to the ' manner born" and all left saying what a good time thy had. Mr. Walter' Elkin of -taxlngton Is here for a visit to Mr. Allen Johnson. Hon. George Farris of Frankfort, came up for the primary Inst Saturday Miss Katherinc Ham has returned to her home In Somerset after a visit to Miss Flossie Tribble. Mr. Steve Walker, now with the In ternational Harvester Co, was nt home for few days Inst week. Miss Charlie Elmore has returned from Lngrange where she was the guest of Miss Caroline Allen. Mr. Alex Collier Kav of Ixiuinville, has been visiting friends nnd r-latives in the countv for the past week. Miss Sara Margaret Heane, of Win chester, is tho attractive guest of her brother, Mr, and Mrs. Hob Heane. Mr It. S. West, of Hutlcr, Ga and Mr John Musselwlute, of Reynolds, fin. are guests this week of Mr W. H. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold have re turned to their home In Frankfort after a delightful visit to Lancaster relatives Misses Essie and Margaret Conn are spending two weeks with their grand mother, Mrs. Amelia Koss ut llnmirmck Mrs. W. O. Foster and daughter, of Hartsclle, Ala, were guests of their grand-father, Mr. A. It. Denny, this week. Itcv. F. M. Tinder has returned from Union City, Madison county, where he has just closed a successful protracted meeting. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton, and Mesdames Joe Robinson and Frank Marksbury motored to Lexington Tucs day for the day. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnold returned to their home at Uirmingham last week after a short stny with Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Hurnside. Mrs Lucy Arnold spent a few days in the city last week, on "her return from Springfield where she had been the guests of friends. Mr. James C. King of Norman Okla, together with his daughter, Mrs. S. H, Henley and children are guests of Mr, and Mr.. L. C. King in the Hubble neighborhood. Miss Alice Dale uurr of Nashville, is a charming nnd attractive visitor of Miss Annie Catherine Arnold, at the home of the latter grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hurnside. Mr. Ennis I'erkinsreturnedhGeorgc town last week Buttering with un at tack of indigestion. He is one of the mainsprings of this office and we hope for him a speedy recoveiy. Mr. and Mrs. Walton E. Moss nnd children and Miss Cora Moss, ot Dur ham, N. C. left Wednesday for several days motoring trip to Frankfort, Camp Kavanaugh and Louisville. Lieut. J. M. Casey and Mrs Casey arc guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs It. H. Wilkinson. Lieut Casey has only recently received his commis sion and will probably be assigned to the 8th Calvary. Miss Frances Itoe Grant entertained at a lawn party last Friday evening? The yard was illuminated with lanterns and delightful refreshments were ser ed ana the liours most pleasantly pass ed by those so fortunate as to be pre unt. Stanley Herron, who recently enlist' ed at Fort Thomas nnd is now an am' bulancc driver in the Medical Corps and stutioned at Syracuse, N. Y. writes interestingly to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herron of this city, and rays! It would be impossible indeed for me to try to tell an the conditions ex isting in the army and about which most civilians know so tittle. A sol diers life is made interesting by th. fact that wu don't know what's coming next. Wo may leave in a few days for u few days for Ft. Henj. Harrison or we may go to Ft. Oglethorpe Georgia. Whether you will liko army lift or not depends largely upon one's attitude. Obey 11 1 1 orders und jou will be treated tine, disobey and you cannot imagine the extent of punishment. If you are put under a good ollicur us we ure und with n good bunch of fellows you will find serving your country a pleasure. 'J Dutttr for Stairs, ltuli batter on lea or coffee KtalnF nfterwnrd washing the garment In or dinary hot soapsuds. This will remove fruit fctnlns also; In fact. .almost nny stain except Ink can bo eliminated In thfci way. Philter For CrVak. Uso vinegar Instead of vafer to nix your piaster of parts, the 'rvsultant mass will bo HXo puty and vrlU not "set" fur twenty or thirty minutes, whereas ft you irso wuker tlia pUktar will becoino hard almo.it Immediately, before you h.ivo time to uss It Push Into tho cracls ami smooth It oft nicely with a table knlfo. Paraffined Paint Oat. After bounxleuntng. If one has part ly used cans of paint or tarnish left over, width would soon dry uji aud be como usoUfs, try putting them Into small cans and cover with melted par afflr. They will keep Indefinitely and ran b used, at needed. "UNCLE DAVE" ROSS Nominated for Jailer has no onnosi tion in thu final race, which makes his "calling and election sure," TO MY DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS With a heart full of gratitude I wish to thank those who supported me in the primary for the nomination for County Judge. I aporeciata the work you did for me and desire to impress upon you the further fact that I am a Democrat and always will be. C. A. Arnold. HARLAN WINS. The Senatorial race became very ex citing during the two dava following the primary lust Saturday before it was definitely known who was the winne r so close was the ruce between Harlan and Kuutrmuu. Harlan curried his home county by 1,038, while Kauffman carried Garrurd by S82, Lincoln by 12 Mid Casey by by 1 lti, leaving a majori ty of 58 for Harlan. Nearly 7,000 votes were polled in this race. TO MY FRIENDS AND DEMOCRATS. Although defeated in my race for the nomination for Countv Court Clerk, permit me to thank jou for the liberal support given me in the past primary. You will find me leady to cupport the nominee und use my influence in secur ing his election. J. Bruce Lawson. TO MY GARRARD COUNTY FRIENDS; I desire to express my sincere thanks to the democrats of my home county for so splendidly supporting me in my race. I of course regret that I did not win this race but I have no feeling of Cj-nsure or blame for the people of my home county. You did all and more than I could have asked or expected and if I never receive an office at your hands 1 will always feel grateful to you for what you have done. I also want to thank others who were interested in my behalf but were not voters in this primary. It is indeed gratifying to knew that one is thought well of at home where he is known. We have in the person of Mr. Ilarian u fine gentle man ami I know we will all do what we can to help him win in November. II. Clay KuulTman, FINE YIELD OF WHEAT. Mr. G. A. Howling, of lower Garrard is delivering this week his crop of wheat from fifty acres which he has sold to Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau, of this city for $2.50 n bushel. Mr, Howling tells us lie has threshed from the fifty acres, 1,700 bushels, which makes un average for the entire crop of 34 bushels to the acre. Eighteen acres of this land wus broken out of clover, which yielded over 40 buxhels to the ucre. The variety was the "liar vest King" und will be much sought aftii- for seeding purposes. VOU'LI. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, FOIt SALE; Ladles driving horse and buggy. Call 47S-A or this olllce. 8-2-31. ORDINANCE. He it ordained by thu City Council of thu City of Lancaster, thut it shall be unlawful for uny pcron or per3onu, to take or remove uny cattle or live stock of any Mud, from thu Public Pound or any place used us such, such cattle or live stoci, having been em- pounded by any employee or agent of the city, without the authority or consent of thu marshal of the city. That it shall bo unlawful for uny pel? sou or persons to take or remove nr attempt to luku or remove from the pepon or control or any employee of thu city or their agents, anv cuttle cr live stock found running ut large in the city limits. Any person violating this oidinance shall bo fined not less than 5.00 nor more than $S.00. L. G. DAVIDSON, Mayor. U N. Miller, Clerk. Your account Is past due I itded the money and must Insist on immediate settle ment. If you owe me please call at once. Mrs Rella A. Francis WANTED: Young horses to break to ride and drive, also balky horses. Hufus Moss. Phonn 63-11 llryantsvllle, Ky. (7-2C-lt.pd) WANTED:-To exchange Piano on Player Piano, for good road horze. Luther D. Ford, (7-20.3t.pdO Lancaster, Ky. STRAYED: From my home July 17th, block sow, with hair off both sides Return and get rewind. Catherine Ely. I'aint Lick. Ky. FOIt SALE: Auto, Moline Roadster, In good condition, also good driving mare, gentle tor lady to drive, and u good stepper. Cull or see, Dr. H.J. Patrick Paint Lick, Ky. "FAmFfOR SALE" (ICC 2-10) Acres, will sell (50) acres in one track, or(HG2-10) with improve ments, N. H. 1100IE Lexington, Ky. POLAND CHINAS Big Type males. Weight about 125 pounds, pure bred, at $20.00 if taken In July 1017. O. K. Simpson. 7 19-41 13. Lancaster. Ky. MONEY TO LOAN. I have in my hands us Master Com missioner the sum ot Three Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($3C00.) to loan. Will loan in one sum or small sums. write or phone me nf once. W. II. UltOWN. Master Com missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. FOR SALE. 1 offer for sale privately, two good brood mares with colts at side: also two yearlings, two-two year olds and two three year old mules. These mares are absolutely sure breeders aid splen did individuals, in fact I have never seen better. Thev must be sold and some one will get a bargain as the out look was never better for stock raising. See me at Kengarlan hotel. 8-9-2t-pd. J. F. Robinson. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE-FOR INVEST MENTS F0RH0MES. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water, streets, new, $750 each. Rent $100. each. Net return 121 per cent. Suburban 6-room dwelling. New, good location for home, $1000 for quick sale. Rent $120. Atttactivo HOMES Modern. 7-room modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for pasture or building lots. If sold within 60 days $4750. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY NOTICE Anyone desiring a Blue Grass Farm in Jessamine or Fnyctte coun ty, tee T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky., who will bo glad to show you same nnd give you the lowest prices. 7-2-3mo Plumbing HEATING. GUT TERING, ROOF ING, ROOF RE PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will 03 appreciated. P.B. WILLIAMS 1 i