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The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14 1918.
SS90 rjv Wttttts Vif fr W Stunning1 Variations of the Slender Silhoutte Off ered Today. LWarisfAf lllltm New I 1 A M:J cirr.ff mil; Lam.ll fill I. Ul i-Mrf.M flu to r wiut " if i ii This is our Spring Opening showing newest coats and suits for the women who wants something that is correct but individual. All are slen der in effect but with smart differences in the details. Tfou can be especially sure or findtng this individuality in our showing of Wooltex ex clusive tailored models. Note carefully the prices and youthfulness of the designs shown here. We believe that no where else can you find such a happy com bination of youthful style, quality fabrics and reasonable prices as in Wooltex coats and suits. Slenderness is the sought-for effect close fitting sleeves and narrow shoulders em phasis on long lines simple, but rich colors these are the important tendencies in spring styles. The wanted fabrics ore all-wool tricotine, Poiret twill, Imperial serge, homespuns, and tweeds. Remember that thousands of women through out America buy Wooltex in order to get a coat or suit that will last much longer than one season and still look fresh and stylish. It is our pleasure to offer you a wide choice, today and all week, of these exceptional style and service values. A. B. Robertson & Bro. The Store That Sells Wooltex Coats and Suits. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. MAKERS Cleveland NowYork. When you find this label In a coat or suit you know that both ourselves and the Wooltex tailors take full responsibility for your absolute satis faction. This style mark stands for the kind of tailoring which retains the stunning lines and effects as long as the pure wool fabric lasts. Garage AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY, MCH 23, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK I will sell to the highest bidder the following real estute: ONE CONCRETE BLOCK BUSINESS BUILDING (a Lancaster, Kentucky, on the corner of Stanford and Buford streets, The building is three stories high, 40x100 feet on a lot 80x135 ft. Plenty of space for additional buildings This property is now used us a garage at a splendid rental. Ijuge basement with concrete lloor. Building suituhle for any other business, It has paid the owner a large per cent on their investment. The sale Is made on account of two of the owners having moved to auother State and to close out the partnership. The property will positively he sold on the premises at the time named, to the highest bidder. Terms easy. Don't fail to attend this sale or you may miss a BARGAIN. For further particulars inquire of Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY Educational Association To Met! Ncit Month. Gleat preparations are being nihde and it is hoped that (very tt-acher in the ccuntv will attend the. meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association which meets in Louisville on April 21 -7. The program promises to he the most interesting one that this association has ever hail and our county Superintendent, Miss Jennie Higgins, is working hard to enlist every teacher in the county to attend. The railroads have promised them u low rate, the fare being one fare plus twenty-five cents. General Hale, commander on chief, at Camp Zacharv Taylor, has assured the secretary of this association that he will do everything in his iower to entertain them while at Cump Taylor, and take pleasure in having escorts meet and show them every department of the camp, all of which should ap peal to tile teachers. WAR SAVING STAMPS Davidson & Tomlinsan . Rout. Walker, Pt. Lick I'. O. 240.00 HONOR ROLL. The Uoy Scouta have jumped from third place last week to first place this week, with sales for the week of $1911.75. Sales Agents wereconsiderahly hand icapped last week on account of short ace in the supply of stamps, but now the Post Office, Citizens National Iiank and the Garrard Dank and Trust Co., have a good supply. Sales for this week ought to b-eak all records. Sales to Saturday, March 9th, are as follows: Boy Scouts I1S41.75 Citizens National Dank 1434.25 E. P. Drown, Lin. P. 0 921.50 $4742.75 War Savings Stamps pay 4 per cent, compound interest, compounded quar terlv, and mature January 1st, 11)23. They can lie cashed any time, at any money order post olllce. by giving 10 days notice, and when so cashed earn S per cent interest. Every Patriotic American Citizen owes it to his Country to go hii limit in the purchase of War Hating! and Thrift Stamp. II. V. I1ASTIN. Chairman Garrard Co. War Savings Committee. WILSON SENDS WORD OF HOPE TO RUSSIA. President Wilson has sent a message through the Congress of Soviets which is to pass judgment on the German made peace accomplished by the llol sheviki, at the meeting at Moscow. The message pledges that the United Mates will avail ittelf of every oppor tunity to aid them in driving out auto- sracy and restoring Russia to Independ nco. Thu President messago follows: "May 1 not take advantage of the meeting of the Congress of the Soviets' t u express the sincere sympathy which the people of the United States feel for the Russian people at this moment when thu German power has been thrust In to interrupt and turn back the whole struggle for freedom and substitute the wihs of Germany for the purpose of the people of Russia? Although the Government of the United States is, unhappily, not now in a position to render the direct and effective aid it would wish to render, I beg to assure the people of Russia through the Con gress that It will avail itself of every opportunity to secure for Russia once more complete sov ereignty and Independence in her own affairs and full restoration to her great role in the life of Europe and the modern world. The whole heart of the people of the United States is with the people of Russia in the attempt to free themselves forever from autocratic Govern ment and become the masters of their own life. WOODROW WILSON." FOR SALE. I have twenty good, well broke mules four to seven yearn old, ranging in price from SI CO to $250, W. II. liurton. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D WANTED: tf. COO locust posts at once. A. II. Ilastln and Son. For Rent Farm of 5 acres with good residence, located near Itammack, Ky. Solon lllack. Hull Plymouth Rock eggs for sale, 75cts nt setting of 15. Mrs Jack Adams. LOST: Insurance naner on home and two deeds, bearing the name of achariah Leavell. Return to lluss Leavell. For Ssle Lot and five acres of Isnd on Lexington street. Suitable for residence. 3t) Walton Moss. FOR SALE The John Nelson nron- ertv opposite Milton Mahan. a bariraln. payments easy, weekly or monthly .f jl"'"1, II. C. Hamilton. AT PUIILIC AUCTION-1 will olfer for sale on the square. Court Dsv. March 23lh, an Old Hickory wagon, in good shape, and will sell for the hloh dollar. Rav Hall. Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs for sale, from prize winning strain. 75 cts per setting. Phone 40 J. Mrs. I'- W. I'-rlln. i .....i.. l-.. 3-14-31. ' ' Cotton Seed Meal for snle. Hudson. Hughes &. Fornau. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ' "'!L ox2!i JfH1"- NOTICE I will be In my ntlice Thursday. Sat urday, Monday and Tuesday to meet my creditors and debtors, only. J. M. Acton. SCHOOL TAX. Your schaol tax must be paid before April 1st, as there is no money in treasury to pay the teachers 1- C. OUI.LEV. Treasurer SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. Our Scientifically Fitted Glasses made to Individual retirements uill .-It. jouthe clearest vision that Science can produce. J. J. IIYRNE. Optomltri.t Optician, at Kengirlan Hotel. March lSlh-3nl. FOR SALE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN. Modern 7 room dwelling, water, tights and bath, nice size lot; desirable lues lion. Priced right and good reason for selling. I). A. THOMAS REALTY CO. Lancaster, Ky. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. John Deazley's Admr.. et al. Pills. , VS. -NOTICE. Clsrence Ilaazley, at al, Defta. Nolle is riven that IVmmli.l..... of the Garrard Circuit Court I will sit in my omce in Lancaster, Kentucky. l TUESDAY, MARCH 2ti. 1918. beglnninV at 9 o'clock A. M. o claims against the estate of John Deazley, deceased. All (x-rsona having claims against said John Ileazley'a es.' tate are notified to file same with me vended according to law. W. H. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Buy Liberty Bonds.Buy War Savings and Thrift Stamps Buy My Single Comb Brown Leghorn Eggs at Inst years orlces, Hntch curly if you want layers for next winter. ERLE C. tfARRA, may I) Box 272. Lancaster, Ky John ileazlev. et al. Plaintiffs, VS. -NOTICE. Msttie Jane Deazley, vt al, Defts. The undersigned as Master Commis sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will rent the land aet out ill the petition at the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky,,on , MONDAY. MARCH 25, 1918, to the highest bidder until January 1, 1919. Dond witn good security will be required from the person renting the land, payable to said Master Commis sioner, due January 1, 1919, and herr ing interest from date until paid. Said land ia in Garrard County, Ky., at Hyattsville and known as the Mary Deazley place and contains 13 acres. W, II. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C. 314 2t. , GARRARD CIRCUIT (foURT.I T. W. Dalley'a Admr et al Va NOTICE. Piffs T. W. Dallev's widow tsL. Defts. Notice Is given that afUo'mmlsKloner of thi Carmrl f'rrnlt fVinrt I will .1. in my office in Lancaster, Ky, on TUESDAY, MARCH 26th. 1918.' beirlnnlnir at 9 nVlrwk A. M In .tIu claims against th'o eatata of T, M. Dull.iV iIaj-Bu.I All .u-unn- I. . ..!.... claims against the aaid estate are nouneu to nie ssine wiin me verified according to law. W. II. DROWN. M, C. G. C. C. untiling HEATING. GUT TERING, ROOF ING, ROOF RE PAIRING, Ventilating and all j kinds of Tin Work. Your husiness will appreciated, PI WILLIAMS