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The Central RecorJ, Thursday, May 2, 1918.
Mrs.' Jo,Fral.Wtts,W'SUrorcljinany friend here give him up with ivcunesimy, on uusiness. sincere regret but are clad to knew Mr.. Will Cook and Mis. Eliza-that.hc 'f to engage In such splendid beth Glbfac .rent Tuesday In Lei0" "e ' we" "ttcd tho n(;ton ' , service he will soon enter and that I he will make a success, none who Miss Scotta Petty, of Orentir.a, 111. know his sterling qualifier for an r.rrlvcd today and is the guest of .instant doubt" As a part of the United States Government you have from the enemy and your share is lending money by buying Remember that LIBERTY BONDS arc absolutely safe, penny you invest. What Makes This Possible? Why is it that American fr.rmcrs today arc able to go about their work in peace, to cultivate and develop their farms and to get the full results of their work in freedom nnd peace? Xhy is it that unlike the devas tated districts of Europe, their (arms arc peaceful and prosperous and no one interferes w.th their reaping the full reward of their labors? , Just one thing the United Slates Government. The United States Government is simply another way ot spciltin of the people ol America, because, ol course, the people arc the government, a share to perform in protscting this country LIBERTY BONDS. pay a liberal rate of interest and return every BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM FREELY FROM ANY BANK LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY The One Priced Store. as a patriotic contribution towards winning ine war ii& fA. S. HATFIEbD, j Dentist. iKWw Abb WORK GUARANTEED. i Gossip About People A Brill Mention ol Uit Comlnti nd Coin by Thou Wt Art Interested In. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Judge I I.. Walker is spending tlie week in .Martinsville, I ml. Mr. and Mrs. Cabell Denny were visitors in Lexington, Friday. Mr. John M. Fnrra made a busi ness trip to Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. II. I). Loo and Mrs . Dora Miller were visitors in Danville the last week. Miss Maude Conn spent last week with her grand-mother, Mrs. I. C. Iiucker, at Paint Lick. .Mr. William May of the U. S. S. Utah, spent a part of the past week with relatives in the county. Mis. I. N. Miller was In Richmond Tuesday, to see her brother, who left for Fort Thomas, Wednesday. .Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pepples, of Covington, are the guests this week, of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. It. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. (!. A. McUobert;, Mrs. J. K. Itobinson and Miss Joan Mount were visitors in Lexington, Friday. Mr. James (!. Conn and daugh ter, Miss Minnie, spent lust Tues day with his sister, Miss Virginia Conn, at Wilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Smith, en- tcrtained Messrs Win. F. Miller and James Nevlus, at a delightful six o'clock dinner, Monday evening. I Mr. Hubert Cobb of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Lillie Jones, last week. Dr. M. K. Denny, Messrs Will anil Sam Denny were in Lexington, the post week. Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Far nau, Sunday, Mrs. Kmma Higginbotham is in Junction City this week the guest of her sister. Mr. Cecil Hendren of Madison was the guest of Mr. Clyde Sanders for the week end. Cantain J. P. Kailev of Fort Thomas, was tho week-end guest of Miss Mildred lleazley. Miss Sallie Klkln was in Lcxiug ton the past week to see her sister, Mits Annie Margaret Klkln. Mr. Henry S. Green of Bloomfield arrives Friday, ami will be the guest of Miss Anna Hello llurnsldc. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green, are the guests this week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. li. .Mount. Mrs. J. M. Acton left Saturday, for a visit to her husband, Capt. Acton, who Is stationed at Fort Oglethurpe, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kobinson were hosts Saturday at u six o'clock din ner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mcliobcrts, of Covington. Miss Eugenia Slavin, who has been visiting friends in Danville for several weeks, returns to-day for a visit to Miss Annie Hello Burnsidc. Mrs. Annie VanArsdale, Mrs. Harvo Mcltoberts and Mrs. Tom Phillips, of Stanford, were guests of Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts, Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Roman? Mrs Kllen Mays Wilson, of P.lch- mond, made n short visit to Mis? Amanda Anderson last week. ' Miss Carrie Held leaves Saturday for a visit to her ristcr, Mrs. Wm. W. White, in Indianapolis, Intl. 1 Mrs. Maurice Ashley nnd baby. of Lexington, arc visiting her j-nr-cnts, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford We regret to announce the crit ical Illness of Mrs. Malinda Cotton at her home on Richmond street. Mr. William Swope, who is sta tioned at Camp Taylor, spent Sun tiny nnd Monday with his home peo ple. Miss Marie Simpson of Bardstown will be the attractive guest of Miss Anna Belle Burnsidc, for several days. -Mrs. T. R. Slavin, Mrs. Jim Burnsidc nnd Miss Anna Belle Burn side were visitors in Danville, Tuesday. Messrs Miller Lackey of Rich mond, and Cabell Arnold, of Paint Lick, were visitors in Lancaster, Monday. Mrs. James A. Royston entertain ed Sunday nt a family dinner in honor of her daughter. Miss Annie Royston, of Chicngo. -Mr. S. A .Walker left last Sunday for South Bend, Ind., where he has accepted a position with the Oliver Chill Plow Company. Beginning with next Wednesday the Library will be open every Wed nesday evening, at 7 o'clock, nnd Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Anna Belle Burnside will entertain at a dance in honor of her guests, Friday evening, at her country home on the Richmond road. .Mr. J. L. Bcazley, Prof. M. L. Caneer and Mrs. Canecr and chil dren of Stanford, were the guests of Mr. J. A. Bcazley and family, Sunday. 'Miss Norma Burns Montgomery of the local Exchange, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. .Montgomery, of Bry- antsvillc. Miss Lida Rainey has recovered sufficiently to be out after an oper ation for adnoids. She has been unable to attend school at the Worn ens College, in Danville, since the first of the year. Mrs. R, B. Wilkinson returned from Liberty last Saturday where she had gone to visit her mother. .Mrs. Betti Moore. She was ac companied home by Mr. nnd Mrs. D. G, Portman and son, who re mained for. one day. Mr. Clayton Morrow, accor.iran' ied by his father, went to Cincinnati last week. Clayton was extremely anxious to enlist In the marines, but on account of his eyes w.-.s turned down, very much to the OW appointment of this young patriot. Friends here and elsewhere will be grieved to learn of the serious illness of Mr. W. I). Mason at his home on Stanford street. Mr. Maron is suffering from acute Bright's Disease and little hope is held out for his recovery Judge C. A. Arnold has returned from i.ex ncton after a stav of sev cral days, where he had been under treatment of Dr. Anderson.of that city. He was on our streets ve terday nnd his friends will be glad to know of his rapid improvement Mrs. N, K. Bogie returned Satur day from Danville, where she re cently underwent a very serious operation for gall stones. Dr's fill bert of Lancaster, and Jackson of Danville, being her nttending phy sicians. Mrs. Bogie is very much Improved ami is rapidly recovering from her operation which is very gratifying to her many friends. The following from the Interior Journal is of interest here, where Mr. Brown formerly lived am where he married one of Garrard's most charming young ladies, then Miss Gracie May Cochran, of this city. "Russell Brown left last Friday afternoon for Camp Zachnry Taylor for training in V. M. C. A. work and from there he will likely bo sent to France in a short while. The splendid young man tendered hi services for Y. M. C. A. work to the authorities higher up and a day or so ago got a wire telling him to re port at Camp Taylor for Instruc tions and training. Mr. Brown' SPECIAL DISPLAY OF ATTRACTIVE SUMMER MILLINERY Friday and Saturday MAY 3rd and 4th. You nre cordially Invited to inspect this line on above dales. MRS. Rella 11. Francis YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUN Rooms for rent. Miss Fsnnie Bishop. For Freh milk, see Boyd Ison or call phone 338-M. 4-18-3t-pd. Fresh car of lime and cement. 4-3t. A. II. Bastin and Son. For Sale: Some good baled hay. J. B. Woods, Manse, Ky. WANTED: 500 locust posts Ht once, tf. A. II. Bastin and Son. For Sale: First class cultivated hemp seed. See or call ' 2-3t. Boyd Isom, Phone 338-M. LOST:-Bunch of Keys, between Ice plant and depot. Reward. Leave at this office. 2-'2t. LOST: Tuesday afternoon, a large oval shaped Cameo brooch. Reward if returned to this office. FOR SALE: Three Ford tour ing cars and one Roadster. All in good condition. White and Riddle. 5-2-3t, Paint Lick, Ky. LOST: Saturday April 27th., between the depot and square, a piece of music. Reward If returned to this office. FOR SALE ICO barrels of com in shuck, near Judsori Ky. N. II. Bogie, Lexington Ky, 4- 18-2-mo. For your War Garden. Tomato plants ready for setting out. 5- 2-2t-pd. Hudson Frisbic. CORN WANTED : Will pay highest market price for good corn. Burdette Ramsey, Paint Lick, Ky. 5-2-2t. FOR SALE: Kentucky wheat drill, corn planter and Keystone Cutting harrow on trucks, lt-pd. Jetse Bogie. Barreil Plymouth Eggs 75c for setting of 15. Luther Raney, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 329-H. PUBLIC SALE: I will sell at auction Saturday afternoon, at three o'clock one Poland China sow and eight pigs, and one Berkshire sow and six pigs, and 325 pounds of Moorman's Hog Remedy and self feeder. M. II. Dudley, OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. We pay up to $15 per Bet. Also cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 days for senders approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A.. 2007 S. 5th St, Philadelphia, Pa. 4-25-8t-pd. -To Thine Owntelf De True." It u man bus nothing to reproach himself with, he run beur anything. Phillips Brooks. Wo have a very fine lot of Lexington Soy Beans, Pekin Soy Beans and Mammoth Yel low Soy Beans. These beans are now crop anil are recom mended very highly by tho Agricultural Station nnd by the County Agent. Call and see these beans as well as tho finest lot of recleaned whip cow peas we havo had in years. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau.