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The Central Record, Thursday Oct 19, 1916.
1 S If Every Good Overcoat Style aifliarla.&lrru k ts. Produced for Fall Is at Your Command Here. Your own conception of the right over coat style, our own style idcns and hundreds of style ideas conceived by the country's best manufacturers arc here. Plain and Belted Backs, Single or Double Breasted Loose or For-Fltted Coats. New coloring in plain colors, plaids cr mixtures. $15, $20, $25, $30. And Up. IT'S THREE YEARS OLD But Mrs. Waller Syi It's Just as Good Today as When ll Was Firs' Made. Three venra ago Mrs. Walter testified to complete relief from kidney ills. I.nter ho says that there lina not been the slightest return ot the trouble. Lancaster sufferers will tnke n dent of comfort In Mrs, Walter's ttntcmont. Ilea J wlint She says: Mrs II. I'. Walter, Hill St.. I,an. caster, says: "Whenever my hack becomes Inmo and painful, n few doses of Donn's Kidney Fills, procured at It. I'. Mcltoherta & Son's Drue Store, bring me Instant relief. At one litre 1 feared that I had serious kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural nnd Rave unmistakable evidence uf dis ordered kidneys. Donn's Kidney l'ills in n short time made my kidneys nor mal." HASN'T SUFKFHED SINCE. OVKK THREE YKAHS I.ATKIt, Mrs. Walter said: "Mv kidneys have been in excellent condition since giving my foimer endorsement of Donn's Kid ney l'ills." .I'ncetOc. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask, for n kidney remedy- Ret Donn's Kidney Tills the same that Mrs. Walter has twice publicly rec ommended Foster-MilburnCo., l'rops, IlutTalo, N. Y. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Chandler nnd Mr. Carl Grow were guests of Mr. and Mrs! Nelson Davis and family Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart May, Messrs Fnlton, Win. and Cletnmon May and Miss Annie May motored to High Uridize and Willmorc Sunday. Itev. Clere delivered nn excellent lecture nn Humbugs nnd Meddlers to an appreciative nudlance at the Meth odist church here Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson and family, Mr. ami Mrs. John I. nnd nnd Mines Netts Hay nnd Lena Ilollon motored to Hlchmnnd Inst Thursday nfternoon nnd were Riiests of relatives nnd friends until Friday evening. They went to Rlngllng llros. Show. Advertising Her Loneliness. "Martini. hy did J on put m Hint aeiivy itHiii rnltiK for Sum? It Isn't liulie.l. l:rljlM.ily knows: tlmt oil fought like cm nnd die" "Ills yore ntn't no miiiimlir for dot tilKgnh, Sum ; but how's tie mini; men to know l'a In do iniirket ngiiln, ef I don't wear Itr Puck. Preparedness! Arc you ready for Winter? Is your system clear of catarrh? Havo Summer colds left -, entirely? Havoyou overcome nil effect of Summet foods? If you haven't, reatorn your body to full vigor with tho otd standby PERUNA It's tho tonic that clears away tho contention, purine, the Dkxxi ana invigorates your wnoio system. Tcruna, In tablet form, U handy to carry with you. It elves you a chance to check a cold when It starts. Manilla Tablelsnro tho Ident laxatlvoj They form no habit nnd havo nounpleos nntiffecls. YourdruiigUtcanaupplyyoi The Pernna Company, Columbus, Ohio For the Family Medicine Chssi Knitted Overcoats, Overcoats of knitted fabrics are very much in demand, they are lijjht but warmth giving, do not wrinkle and are equally suited to street, motor or business purposes. Green, brown, grey, black, plain or belted backs, quartered silk lined. Unusual Values at $16.50, $20.00, $25.00. Graves, 6ox & 60. Incorporated. HOME OF THE OVERCOAT. LEXINGTON, . - - KEINTUCKV. Diaw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you They like to do business with n man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Hetter open such nn account even If your nITairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Editor Tells How D.B.D. Cured His Eczema GTJNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Amelia Hogle It a guest of Mrs. Allen Teatcr. Mrs. Falton May wns a guest of Mrs. John Land Wednesday. Misses Netta Hay nnd Zulu Calico were in Richmond shopping Saturday. Mrs. Amelia llogic has just returned from a visit to-relatives in Mercer Co. Itev. D. F. Sehastin preached at the home of Mr. Kindred last Sunday nfter noon. Mrs. Elbert Calico of Teateravillc spent Thursday with Mrs. Ambrone Calico. Itev. Tcmtlleton preached at the Meth odist church here Saturday evening nnd Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Harvey is ill with pneu monia at the home of Mr. and Mr? Silas Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Dailey and daughters spent Saturday with Mr. und Mis. Lee I'endlelon. Misses Zula Calico Mattie Calico and Maude Teater were guests of Jessie II. Hay Thursday night. Miss Mabel Teater of Madison spent the week end with Misses Maud Teater and Jessie II. Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Asbey Hendron in Madison. Mises Maud Teater Annie May and Hessie Teatcr were guests of the Misses Calico Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson motored to Heren Sunday to visit Miss Thelma Simpson. Crcii J, 'Afc.,tMt. Vc.ir.n,.tKh Mytt "I tm.y. U19 I .'' I!any and Tar for our (JiiUrtn cj it (.ukl t tn. alii up their cold, wri'i Data J ifW nlic, cj C.r Iaa 13 t it- In this pet. -i of couch, raids nnl croup. i'Uii lamll medicine cheat rhouid te supplied ullli a --k d coukIi medicine II. ul can tj rclUJ u,'uu rvhen ntedtd. Rueli a family rouch syrup Is IoI -y'j Honey antl 'i'ar onipou il, ThU standard medlclno I a tcn cn tl.o market for years ami In in.iny sec tlons vrtiB ft.uiul In every tiomn In the da) a when doctors v.'ero not so bandy and when money was scarcer. Foley's Honey and Tnr Compound ts an excellent mcdlcl-n- for couiths, colds, raw or Inflamed thr n-, hoarse ness. tlKhtncss and anreneaa of th chest, eroup and whonpliiR couttti. It Is an absolutely safe remedy, contain ing only lienlliiK Inurr.llcnu, and Iron from nay harmful druns. Sold Everywhere. LOWELL ton' Mrs It. I.. Duncan is numbered among the sick. Miss Cora II. Hurte was in Danville shopping Saturday. Mrs Lena Ilrown has been ill of silitis for several days. Miss I.ucv Coldiron is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jim Ilutner. Miss Emma Kinnnrd made a buiiness trip to Richmond Thursday. Mr L. II. Davis of Livingston was a recent visitor of his parents. I.ittla Miss Frances Schalfer is visit ing her aunt, Mis Margaret Kuhlman. Mrs S. I'. Davis is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs J no Tudor. Mrs Joe Hoain and children left Mon day for a visit to her sister in I-ouisville. A series of meetings began at Wal- nutta Methodist church last Saturday. Misses Anna Mae nnd Lydn llroaddus have returned home after n pleasant visit to friends rear Lancaster. Capita I 50.000 Surplus $50.000. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check Never lend nn vur to "Get-llich-tjulck schemes. Follow some system In saving Do not be haphazard about It. 6 Hent a safe deHil box for your vnluablc papers. Q Moke free ue of the tip-to date service we nlTer. fc Teach the child the value ct money by giving them nn allowance. jj 7. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting imortanl business e Citizens National Bank i OF l.ANCASTEIt, KY. B II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALK EH. Vice I're.t. w W. O. I'.ic.nkv, Ass'tCash'r Job J W.U.khii. Jit.. Hook Keeper. t W. K CHAMP. I ashler .. 3C JL 1 C DC COM CEL."SilB The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster. For nhnost 8 years COM.CLL-SAIth.heen used and known with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medica tion known. In fall nature dni.ands the assistance of n tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing otf of accumulated fit tli from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then nature will burn up the waste matter, the result being Fevers, lloils, Hheiimalism, Colds. Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption. IT IS LEGALLY GUARANTEED that i, every box is packed rnd backed by anil with Ignl Cuaran tee that gets your money back if I'OM-SKL-SAH fails to do what jou expect it to, COM-CElSAH is pure, sweet, fresh, Hoot ami Herbs three boxes for $1.00. Each box makes a full ijuart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior to anything of Its kind. For indigestion, gas In the stomach and bowels, kidney ar.d bladder troubles, t.ervnusness, weakness nnd malaria, COM-CEI.-SAH is the remedy most ex cellent. Why not go to Stormes Drug Store at Lancaster and get a three months treatment of C'O.M-C'KI.-SAIC for ft. Ml. Legally guaranteed, also get 2Scts worth of SCIENCE SOI'E, made for Humnn Skin Only and commends itself with own purity and sweet ness. You should alo remember to get a 2.V bottle of DA KOI A JACK'S COWBOY I INIMENT for pains, cuts, sprains, biul.es, bums, etc., as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians No home should be without it. All people can buy these remedies at STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon Remedy Co. 37-3t West Ilroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. II Id I I II H PREACIIERSVILLE Miss Dolly Hallard. the 11-year old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Hal lard, is critically ill of typhoid fever. J. M. Cress bought two calves from Wilson King at $20 each. B hogs of 1) lbs average from Mr Goodwin at 8fc. Mrs America Sowder, aged about 05 years, died near White's1 Mills last week. She was a good woman and liked by nil. The protracted meeting at the Hap- tist church closed last week, were some 14 additions. Rev. him again A few dya before young Hlunkcnship hail noticed a hog in this place but tliot it was only a roadside ranger and could regain the highway by walking back thru the culvert. The stone residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fisher Herring just over tho line in (Jarrard near here, burned about eight o'clock Saturday night. The family were way fiom home at the time. Neighbors rushed to the scene but all attempts to save much failed, no intense was the heat and smoke. Of the con tents very little was saved. Mr Her. There tlim had nrobnblv onfc of the bust and J. W, largest collections of antliiue fur-niti. Heaglo the pastor did the preaching. ' Central Kentucky all of which was a About six weeks ago a nice 275 lb t'lal ,os3- Very little of nn extensive hog was lost out of u drove, belonging I library and a lot of jewelry und manu to Mr. J. M. Cress, while being driven scripts were consumed. No insurance, to Rowland from the farm here. All tructnrj wa- u large two-story inquiry and search failed to locals the ! building and the interior wood work missing porker. Last week W. T. I work wa9 cut out by hand with a Ulankership, head Block driver for Mr. I wniP aw, being put together wilh hand Cress, found the lost swine less than 1U, forged nails. It was built prior to 17UI feet from the highway in plain sight hy Hev. Thomas Williams, an early where it had been all the time. Whil being crowded along by the drove it bad fallen into a sink hole fust ut Hie ed Drakes Creek Uuntlat church In 1801. end of a culvert which had ueen blind Ut was fitted with high narrow windows with drift and mud for some time. The (and heavy oaken doers, with several hog was In s prison about S feet wide j Iort holes commanding each Bide from and 3 feet deep. It had subsisted all this time on the bark of sycamore roots and at times of drought only had a small amount of water to drink. When rescued it was lean, lank and looked .very repulsive. Good nursing, strict dieting and liberty may make a hog of Clergyman and Banker Abo Write IT. C). notclillM. ndltor Echo. Prophrtts town, HI, : itemcmU-r mine una eczema of fifteen years' stnndlns. Now I am eom rlolely healed, alter -I bottles of 1. I). I. I tiaie aoen n case ot i:3 yeara" standing cored. I hare seen my onn doetor cure! , ... i mh-i urn, mcu ue couiu not cura S . l!m&elr. treated with threo ilmrtors fur sli months. Inejr did mo no cnod; tar face nnd train were full of the oTea. I applied 1. U. 1). J.eault mr fare N as smmith nj a babj's. Her. u I. Hownlnc. Taatnr StU Ar. I'res I jtcrlan Church, Iluanote, va. ; Tor threo ear 1 suffered, lntenwlr so. hare at last found relief In H. !. II. I am no looper tortured comnktely eured. I haro no hesitancy In acknou ledcunr tbo crut lrtues of this specioe. IrusElts are plad to recommend this soothlni:. coollnc liquid. 2.V. foc and f l.txi. Corns to in and we will tell you more about this remarkahlc remedy. Your inuDey bulc unless the Ur.t IjoIIIo relieves you. 1). 1. 1. vip Utps jour skla healthy. Ask about It, H. E. McHoberts. Lancaster. Ky. fllT.IEliliON Hunter Huv sold toTom Hicks a bunch of hogs at ft eta per lb. A. S. Dcun bought of Dillard II rum field ot Jessamine a mule for 80. Elgan Montgomeiy sold fotne corn to Mrs Wm Duncan nt $3.o0 per bbl. Mr Thos Hicks is repairing and build ing to bis home on his furm here. Mr G. E. Grow sold to Mr Wm Hum phrey u cow and two calves price $70. Mr Thomas Crank mid family moved to the house vucuted by Mr Fred Spivy Quite a number of folks from here are attending the meeting ut the Foil; church. Mr und Mrs Fred Spivy left last Mon day for Louisville where they expect to reside. Mrs A. S. Deane spent u part of lust week with relatives in Jesvumiue and Lexington. Mr Leonard Crank moved last week to u house owned by Wm Oustott neur Locust Grove. The 1'ie Supper at Sunnyrida was iiuite a success $10.25 being realized. The pies sold well Miss Ueasley's bring, iug the highest price. Mr Jus. Stone leturncd homo Friday port holes commanding each Bide from ' from Somerset, after a few duys stay wheace tho illlo men might repel at- with his wife who Is theie et the Fer tacks of tho Indians, 'this was one of . guson Sanatorium for treatment, the four "Stone Forts" built in Drakes' Mr Harvey Dean und sons, Carl and Creek valley at that remote period. Harrison, of Clinton III. who have been Three of tho number have burned, two wth his parents hole und relatives in of which were rebuilt, one again burn- Jessumlne county returned Sunday to lug a few years afterward. 1 their home. ; Ilaptist preacher, who was one of the thirteen original members who orguniz- I o ' i o 9 9 O C 9 October Ms o CD 0 c 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 e 9 DON'T put off doing your fall cement work until freezing weather. The work will not be satisfactory and may be a complete failure. DON'T put off doing your plaster work any later as cement and plaster are similar. DON'T put off fall building until days get short and cold, meking labor difficult. DON'T delay sowing wheat later than October 15th, unless the ground is very dry. When you sow use chemical fertilizer to push growth and cover ground to protect young and tender plant roots. DON'T fail to sow plenty of grass seed with wheat that a stand may be assured. You must inquire into the value of Orchard grass it is wonderful for grazing and sale of seed. DON'T delay repairing grates or putting in new ones until cold weather is here. DON'T fail to examine your chimneys and flues and give them needed attention as your house may thus be saved from fire. DON'T delay using tankage and shorts in feeding your fattening hogs. It poyrf big. DON'T allow that leaky roof to stand longer. We have the cure for ail these ills, Gall and sec us. Hervey & W ood; Paint Lick, Kentucky.