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The Central Record, Thursday, April 29. 1917.
Weekly Bulletin of Useful Suggestions Storms Drug Store. DO YOUR EYES EVER BOTHER Bluring of vision and watering. You need Glasses. We have them. "COMMON SENSE" GLASSES gold rim and rimless that will give you Comfort and Satisfaction. I Are you afllicted with ltup- IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS. LIGHT. ISrTh. SMITHSONIAN Iture or Hernia? If fo. CORRECT TRUSS l.s. wearing a Smithersonian Trass, correctly titted, means Safety, Comfort, and quite frequently a CUKE. Satisfaction gura-antecri. FARMER'S COLUMN Ifarmi sr-nce below Ihli heading Is tot Ihe eiclu ive ma ototirurmfriult.orlbrrt, iiid I, for Ihe isle ot itoeki f mill mid tnch thing on (aim l Ihe Isrmrr csnnol aflopt to sitter tlir So notice will he scteMeit over lour line,, mid will beoulrln Iwo littles ot Ihe tcosn. free ot etistre A goodJack for sale. P. E. Poley, I'alnt I.lck. It. V. I). No 3. KOK SALE: An tu. cultivated hemp seed. (!. M. Green, Lancaster Itoute 1. KOII SALK-Some Nice Seed Corn. S. II, Estcs, Lancaster. Ky. Harred l'lymoutli Hock eggs. Me per setting of 15, Mrs. Porter Kicli. I'hone 3U9-K. Barred Plymoth ISock eggs, fc I'r setting of 15 or twi. settings for $1 25. Mrs. J. E. Anderson KOK SALK: Pure Ilred Ilarred Itock eggs, 15 for 4(1 cents. Phone X)5-J. Tom Hay. KorSalo Some good four year old mules, either single or double. (!. A. Swlnebroad. Kor Sale: Three year old black jack, with white points; also two Annus bull calves. A. I). Hradnhaw. Kor Sale Cheap; Kamily mare, 15 hands.gentle for children. (LA. Howling KOK SALK; Knrty-five sheep with nice bunch of lambs. John Cress, Preachersville Kv. KOK SALE; Sorrel mare, six years old, sound and gentle. Sam Cotton. KOK SALE: Nice two year old fillv. by Burtons horse and out of n mare lv old Preston. K. E. Henry. Kor Sale; Silver-laced WvHiidotte CRK, per settinR of 15, price 50c. I S. L. I.nvton. Paint Lick, Ky. (iliispie pike, Itoute 3. .'JJZSM., riv Treatment- lie 1917 w jj :. lire SSBfly lh ifr.J' J0$ COST LITTLE MORE jl h Ul hPf S GWSUk These handsome. hustyTirea A 'W ftttl V ' fd$Fr2dW at little more money maVo I .DELUXE FORD CAR. p. lj .M.klTt. PS BLAm SAFETY TREAD TiRESfSl GAIN n rubber masterpiece springs from the skill rtnd $$iMlsWf experience of Goodrich's forty-cifiht years of rubber- VeyiJlnvu 3 maktns the Goodrich THREE-5UYSN 1 i-rlvfc. SSffiWOf I S S that new SUP12R-TIRE fcr Ford cars. JSZmtfw . M 2 ft ! unH hnvt not r.een this iitiikv vet graceful tire, a Ford cr tire of HEROIC SIZE, c ct.ee to your dealer and as!: fcr it. Jtt scy: Give mc Goodrich's ' Three-Seventy-Five' You will find it a tiro of burly size, burly in extra rubber, extra febric arid extra service. Made in th3 rccular Goodrich five-fuit;er Safety Tread ONLY, it ii built an inch l)if.Rer around the circumference than ordinary Ford car tires, and thicker in the cront, section. It fit3 30-inch rims. Its ctijjhtly higher outlet cort is cancelled by the economy of hitter life, and the greater RatWactlcn you get from a more stylish and more t.Tschnl Ford car. t The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Alron, Ohio TheGOODRIGHJ lore sole or sSioes Outwears kather-comfortabte-drcssy-wakrproof A MATCH FOR SATAN Br MARTHA V. MONROE One night at n masquerade lull two Ixtvih appeared, n man ami n woman, is ho exelttil eouslileratite Interest, The mil ti repriwiititl I'miit, the woman Marguerite, 'rt"eiitly a thlid iktkhii entered. repreM-ntliiR Mephlitopheles. The Interest was heightened by Me phMiipliele ulid liiul tnlklm: togeth er, bold nt the same time ratting Rlaiues at Marguerite. "Thill girl will lime her heart." said a giie-t lepri"eiiting Hull Hoy In an other dressed lis .Martha Washington. "The fellow gut np us rnut Is u huly killer." "And I liiow the girl." said the other. "If I 'hum tackles her she'll make hint regret It." "I'll tell you what juu do. Tell Mar guerlto In go for raut. I'll tell Paust to go fur her. I'll bet ymi a ibnen pairs of glois nc.ilut ii Ihi of elgarx that 1 win." The tiet was maile, Ihousli It was ei iKVteiHImt It would le.nilt III a draw, fur It wa not likely that a detlnlle re sult eniild U obtained, l'nu-t naturally gravllatiit toward .Margiierlti', ami the two illsapsarel In an unfrequented part of the hmie, where iHralonal p.lsM'IN saw them sitting ti ll'-il-llli'. tiutiiaiki-il. They seemed ery much aborleil In each oilier l'nut left .Marguerite to keep nil ell gagetneiit to iIiiik i- he had broken two engagements fur Murgueiite, but the woman with whom he had the third tame for lilui-niid Mephltopheles Joined her. When I :i it-t llnlshiil his il.uiie he came luck to eonthnie the tele n lrle and. tlndlng MepliUtophele 111 Ills place.' m ow led. Meibllophele scowliil back. Marguerite gave Ihe latter a mil. Indicating that she pre ferred the former, nlnl .Mephltoihele went nway sullen. Ijiter Marguerite, darned with Mo plilstoplielr, while Paust was seen tanillin: apart, evidently In no gi,l humor. Wheueier Ihe eouiIe whlrle.1 by Paint .MephUti'phcle gave one of tlnwe "ha. hasT for which the devil l famous. Paint Involuntarily fingered tin. Jewel hilled dagger III his belt Ily this time this version of theHsni of "Paint" not liiteudiil liy the nulhor N-gan In attract the attention of a null eoterle who were In the secret of the bet. Tho-e who knew Marguerite l""t were of Ihe opinion that she would plunge Paust down Into Ihe tlery fur unco without the slightest Injury to herself, and there were tlme who eon slclerisl hern match fur the devil. It Is ntiiiMiliiu how iiuiii. when made mad by woiiinu, will forget that he Is nn Intelligent human being And there are nes where no lime l re-qilln-il to Him his head. Ily eomniou eonvnt Marmietiti was left lo her lover of the miii uud Ihe party to whom ho had old bis soul. To all ap pearaif-s Paint seemed to be playing his mrt well, but MephNtopheles was eUilontly pajlns nmre ntlenttoii to Marguerite than does his pntntyio In the IH'in or In Hoiiuod'H famous opera, Paint, Insleail of being under Mephli tiiiheles' Influence, seemed to l an (agonized tiy lilm It was shortly iM'fore the llrt glim mer of diiwn. when the riant-en were at their gajest, that Marguerite went up In one of the men and eii'ltetlly w1iIshtisI HiiiKthlng In bis ear. The pian railing imother, the two hurried It left the biillriHim In company with Marguerite. Am soon ns they were out of sight mid hearing of lheilaut'er-4 she s.ild to them hurrhslly: "Thoe two men are going to kill eat h other!" "The devil!" exclaimed one of the men. "V. the dei II and Paust - Mr llnr HM and Dr, Wells."' "What fori" "Well, I niplKe It's nboiit me. Uo quick! Slop llieui!" "Whlih way did they goT "They'ro out on the lennjs tmirt " The two men ran out through a bark door. It was Just light enough tu see two tllui llgures on tint tenuis court hacking nt each other with the short kudos they had ivurii In their belli during Ihe evening., The two men and the girl ran lo where they were, and the romluitnuts, seeing that they had nttnit'led iitteiitlnu, ilesllisl, One of tho-to who had Interfered IimiI; Pnust by tlio arm, unit thn other, n large, IMiwerful fellow, tool; Mephlstopheles by the ear and hsl them buck to the house niul Into Iho ballriHim. The tluiitliig had eeasttl, mid the dancers were promenading or reMlnc On n-elug Paint mill Mrplilslopholc letl In like two naughty scIioiiIImijh I hero was u shout of laughter. Mar guerite made for u door, but she was taught nud brought 1-aik. Even the absurdity of the situation did not prevent tho rivals from scowl ing nt cadi other, mid Mephlstopheles wuh unconstlously pin j lug lln part of Katun to perfts-tlon. "Hello, Jim!" nald one of his chums. "When did you como up from below?" Jim cast n malevolent glautu at the speaker, but maile no reply. "Kale," said the lady who hail made the lilt, "I knew ou were a uintcli for any man, but I didn't think you were superior to Hatau." "Como lo the supier room!" ctletl the mail who had lost the glnied. "I've a toast for yon till." The rivals mid tho girl they had fought for were pushed Into Ihusuppar room, fresh rhampugno was opened, lud tliU wus the toast given: "To tho only girl that ever lived wb tu been too much for the devil.' 3CZZ1I ICZ3CZ3 CD CZ3C . "J he it Nuwally's Candies. Ice Cream Parlor. Meal Smtd Any Hour 1 L L NUNNALLY'S Candies Specinl Ice Crcnin for this week. Peach, Tutii Fruittl, Caro mel, Chocolate and Vanilla. W. O. KING, Proprietor. Telephone No 202. DC 3C DC 1 DC DC OUR NEW WALL PAPERS are Beautiful and. Not Expensive. Let Us Show Them To You. MoRoberteS Dr ua Store DC DC PI IC REDI6L00D AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and siuml bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasize, us nothing ele could do, the iinmrtarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this nllice, that everybody shout 1 guard their health as n priceless os. session. When juu find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, as l the case with everybojy at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a cuurseof COM-CEL-SAR nattily Siiuriititceil to satisfy yoti. or incncy bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience tins diicomllture of being sent back horn-? for lack of ml blood when you answer iho call of the colors. COM-CKl.-SAU sells at One Dollar tor thteee boxes, legully guaranteed for tho tlo-nncli, liver, kidney's, Iww-ln, bladder, blood and indigestion and heailarhes, rhvuiuatioui and nervousness. SCIKNCi: SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. a bars !!5c. Try our t'OWHOY LINIMENT, for nil Pains, btuiscs, burns, etc. "5c and Mc bottles. STOKMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon Remedy Co. 372y-.H West Ilroudway. I.Ol'ISVILLK. KY. DC dc DC D C DC Diaw II Check I for the iiione.y ynuovu timl t liit i! how much more res pectfully your creditors re liant you. They like to do business with a man who lias nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he I doing business In a business like way. Hetter open such an account even if your affaira arc not Iarg. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company J i 4 Jacob SchulzCompany incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F or 83. All Ortlers Recelo Promut Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster..