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The Central Record, Thursday, February 8. 1917.
Timely Suggestions FROM Stoimes Drug Store. otinenoCaim THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER PEOPLE WHO USE CRANES WRITING PAPERS do not seek odd effects. The simple requirement of gentle folk is tht their stationery he j,)f tho finest quality, irreproachable in its Rood taste. SO to M) cents. time proves all thine,. It has lieen demonstrat ed that ANSCO CAM. ERAS and FILMS make the best picture in tho simplest way. $2, to $. Cjko Developing paper gives a finished photo of high-class ntnl merit. Films developed and delivered in three days. - the Nelson Hible and Testament is the recog nized standard, used by Ministers, Sunday School teachers and Iliblo Col leges throughout the I'nited States. (Jood paper and print and fine toft bindings. A Goodrich Hot Water Dottle and Fountain syringe Hre a recognized household necess ity. We have them separate, and com bination from "5 cents to $2.00. DEVILBISS ATOMIZERS. for spraying nose ana throat for catarrh, cold in bend, coughs. Opens up the head and prevents germ diseases. Quick, Safe and Reliable. 50c to $1.50. -make Manicuring easy. Smooths away rough cuticle, cleans and olishes quickly. Harmless, no acid, once tried, always used, -25 cents. Also Buffers, Files and Scissors. Mi EVER READY SAFETY FLASH LIGHTS are mighty useful for finding things in the dark. A wonderful convenience at 75 cents to $2,110. P""'tt'i that hns-lived 3 IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS. LIGHT. Hg.T "Pie SMITHSONIAN CORRECT TRUSS Are you alllicted with Rup ture or Hernia? If no, wearing a Smithsonian Truss, correctly fitted, means Safety, Comfort, and quite frequency a CUKE. Satisfaction guaranteed. Simplo-Filler Self Filling Gold Fountain Pens $1.00 up and guaranteed to do the work as well as any pen, no difference what the cost. Paint Your CAR and Top now while the weather is bad. When the bright spring days come, your ma china will be fresh and new. Aho polish for brass and nickle, COMPLETE OUTFIT $2.50 IK -all lovo the lux ury uf fine per fumes. Usoonly the best us Djer Kiss. Mary Gar den, Roger & Gal let, Azurea, ! Trefle, Hudnuts, Collates, E x tracts, Toilet Water, Face Pow ders and Sachet. OBITUARY An Appreciation Of Mis. Sallis B. Welsh. Truly the Death Angel came as n swift messenger to Mrs. Sallie It. Welch, of llryantsvllle, January 25th. Calling to her grand-daughter to know of a certain utensil in the preparation of the noonday meal, the girl not livt minutes later hearing her streams ran from an upstairs room to the hall be low and found her enveloped in tlumes Working heroically to save her and calling for help, neighbors and friends soon camo to tho rescue and after mat.y struggles the fiames were ex tinguished. The arrival of the two physicians gave no hope for any re covery nnd all that medical skill and loving l)nr.il could do was to make the last few hours as free from pain as possible, which seemed to have been successful as he gave no evidence of much suffering- and as she was turned to one sidi' she went to sleep like a tired child, breathing her last at 10 o'clock Thursday evening, Mrs. Welch, who was Sallie H. Smith before her marriage, was the daughter cf Merrill and Hannah Hum side Smith, of this county. She was born about four miles from the village of Iluena Vista in what is known us the "fork section"-where she "pent her early life. Her mother died while she wns in her teens and it befell her to be a mother to her two younger brothers. I.Hter an Aunt died leaving a neice and nephew for her to rear. At the age of 21! she met her future husband - Mr. Charles Welsh, of Danville, who later came to make his home with bis cousin, the late Charlie Spillman, of this coun ty. Their married life was happy but britf, Mr. Welsh passed away leaving her three little girls to rear. With the same optimistic, cheerful spirit that was characteristic of her, she met and fought bravely the many battles that confronted her. Two of the daughters, with their families survive her, Mrs. S. A. Deatbernge. of Richmond, Ky.. with two ilaughters alinda and Martha, u son Embrv Deatberage. Mrs. J. W. llrvant, of llryantsvllle, with one son. Joe Itrvar.t and daugh ter. Miss Elizabeth. Thesccondjdaught er. Mrs. J. W. Farlee met with the same tragic death in the same room left four children Welsh Farlee, of U-xington, Mrs. Kate Farlee Lnwson. of Ravenwood, Mo., Sam Farlee, of Jessamine Co., and Mary Ellen who was a mere babe at her mother'sdeath. Again the call of "motherless" child ren came to Mrs Welsh. She ansuerd it with a loyalty and devotion, that no one could question. Mrs. Wels.li was in her 75th year and was widely and well known, being con nected with some of the most promi nent, and best families of this and other counties. Early in life she united with the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards are re ceiving coiiRratulatioin iiMn the arriv al of an attractive daughter at their home Friday. The diiinly little Miss I has been named Evelyn Park. Mrs. Methodist church and sin. was lojjsl tn Edwards was formerly Miss llessle awope, STOP THAT ACHE! Don't worry nnd complain about n bad back. Get rid of that pnln ai.d lameness! Vw Doan's Kidney Pills. Many l.ancnst r people have Used them and know how effective tliev are. Here's a Lancaster case. C. II. Poh, farmer, l-exington Pike, Lancaster says; "AImiiiI a year ago, I had mi attack of kidney trouble that its teachings as much ns her busy lifo permitted. Ilow she loved "old Ml. Olivet", as she was woit to call It, anil tho in later years her failing health hindered her attendance there, she talked often of the many blessings re ceived at the altar of herhelovedchurch and how God had sustained her amid the scenes of the changing vears. Truly we all, friends and iieighlairs, with her lovid ones, believe that she is with the throng aioiinil tho great I white throne "Who have come up ( thru great trials and tribulations, ami bad their robes washed and made white put mo down and out. My back pained in the blocl of the Lamb." '"' dreadfully and I could not stoop or The funeral services were conducted I'enn and It was hi.,, nam losiraigmeii at the home by her former pastor. Rev. A. P. Jones of Wllmore, assisted by the present pasti r, R. M. I.ee. Inter ment taking place in the Danville cemetery. The sympathy of the entire com munity goes out to the bereaved family and especially the "babv grand daugh ter." Mary Ellen Our hearts are sad. I could not get in any comfortable Mi.lion. I read of Dunn's Kidney Pills and luughl them at R. E. Mc. Roberts' Drug Store. The aches ami pains in my bark left and my kidneys Were put In good hae. I have bad little kidney trouble since." Price iille' at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney reined) get Doun's Kidney Pills the same IN THE GROCERY STORE lly the old stove In the grocery stole we feMers lake our stand. An' there we rim the government tel beat the very hand! For when it conies to illllcs, I'll t- you o'er an o'er, We know what's what there, b Hi stove thst's in the grocery stole We lolka that toil that tilt the son an' bring the seed to bread, fc We really run the ccuntry, when all done an' said; " An' when the winters with us, ni J blltin' hliards roar, We hold a meeting bv the slove Hint in the grocery store. i , It's a congress of the ieople, an' I'l '' nntin' you to know We know a Iriek or two 'lioiit how make the country grow. For 'whv up there, in Washington, im politic: is poor Compared to ours - bv the slove thni in the grocery store' nnd our eyes are wet with tears when we try to fathom the why of her tra-IMr. Pone hud. Foster-Milhuni gic eml. We can only pray that the Prop., llutfiilo. N. Y. "Kindly Light mav lead us on. 'Til the night is o'er. And we are face to face. With those we've loved long sinci' And Inst awhile. that Co.. And then - we'll understand.' QUEER NEWS ITEMS. HRYANTSVILLK the Mrs Mary llerkele has been sick list for a few days. Mr and Mrs C. M. Dean were guests in Lexington Thursday. Mrs A. S. llaselden has been ill for several days at her home. Mr. Noah Marsee Jr. sient the week end with friends at london. Northern White Seed Oats, n)o per bjsbel. Garrard Milling Co. I Mr. v ll ll..l.,r.l i... i i of relative in Lexington for several days. Several of the farmers have taken odvantage of the recent cold weather and gathered their ice. There has been very little doing here for several days as we have b-en hav ing the most severe cold weathernf the entire season. Miss Cecil Howling was hostess to the Fortnightly Club. Thursday even ing. A pleasant informal evening was 8H'nt anil thoroughly enjoyed by every one present. A tempting salad course was served. When a girl giggled 'luring Hilly Sun ilsv 's opening ermon at Ruffalo. New) York, last Sunday, he veiled at her "That's right you little frizzled haired sissv. You couldn't turn a llapjack in the kitclo-n without spilling the batler." One shoe factory at Hrockton. Mass this week diil not make a contract to shoe the Russian army, ll couldn't It had to make :i pair of slims for Henatd Kojne. of Do . Moines, la., who is seven fe t nine and wears number twentv-ones Charles I. Fri'hman. of Columbus lid. seni more man m inn,- , n,.n dar he gave to his sister. Mis Li le Frohuian. Frotiman used dollar bill for every day of the month on his fan i cy calendar, and at the top lie showed! the moon changes, making the moon of a $5 gold piece. A butch-r shop in which horse meat is sold exclusively has been opened in Harlem, N. Y.. with the sanction of the Hoard of Health. It became known Monday. "Horse llesh for sale here," i rends a sign over the shop. Round ani sirloin steaks are quoted at 12 , cents a pound, while inferior cut selli as low as i'i cents a (siund. Horse I meat frankfurters retail at 111 cents a j dozen. ei ihould be "nipped In tin bud", Or ll a'lov..J to run unchecked, sctiuus icsull may follow , Numerous uses ol consumption pneu monia, an-' 'sef lu dis eases, can cd tuck u a cold, At the lust sign cla cold, protect ) our Mil by thoroughly cleansing )nur j sjntemwiiha lew closes o! THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT the old tellable, vegetable iiver powder. Mr Chas. A. Kagland, o Madison Heights, Va , says: "I have been using Ihcd ford's Ulack-Draught for stomach troubles, indiges tion and colds and find it tc be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an o!Jf man feel like a young one." , Insist on Thedlord's, tht original and genuine. E-67 To-Day is the day to put your money to work. We keep in touch with good investments and shall be glad to put your money to work for you. Interest counts while you sleep and awful fast. A PLACE FOR MONEY MONEY TO PLACE. OUR MOTTO: Remember Us When You Have Money; We Will Remember You When You Have None. LET US SERVE YOU. Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Ky. lOGlf Oi 6 O 0 0 O a G &