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The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917.
Gertificate. Acknowledgment of Driver and Observers of Franklin Local Gasoline Efficiency Test State of KENTUCKY..? " I County of GARRARD. SS: W. M. Philips being duly sworn disposes nml sus that lie resides in the city of Lexington Kentucky, nml tlmt on the 20th day of April, l!)17 he drove or caused to be driven a Franklin touring car, stock model, manufactured by the II. H. Frnnklin, Manufacturing Co.. of Syracuse. N. Y.. n distance of 71 miles, and consumed on the route from Lancaster to Richmond to Nicliolnsville to Lancaster exactly 21 pints of stock gasoline, un nuTnge of 28 2-10 miles per jlallc.n: condition of roads fnir, windy; and L.N. Miller of (Jarrard County, and E W.Morr.iw of '(Jarrard County and F 1. Frisbie of Garrard County. Ky despnse and say thai they were with siud W. M. Phillips in the above named car at the time of said test anil hereby certify that the aboe mileage, was actually made on the amount of gasoline specified ubovu by the FRANKLIN touring rar aforesnid with four passengers. . . Driver W. M. Phillips. - m ' .' F. P. Frisbie. I Observers E. i Morrow. ' L. N. Miller. t s Subscribed and sworn to by L. N. Miller, E. V. Morrow, F. P. Frisbie. nml V. M: Phillips More me this 20th.. day os April. 11)17. V. 0 Rigney. Notary Public. SEAL. Lancaster. Garrard County Kentucky. My Commission expire February, U, 1918. GASOLINE TANK RE VEALS THE SECRET Efficiency is the story. If there nre unnecessary parts and extra weight and complication in mi automobile there is unnecessary drag on the power by the extra friction. If there is poor design and cheap ma terial, extra drag is there in the same wny. If power is unneccfsarily thrown nwny through cooling water, the ding is still theie. Unless an automobile is built on the scientific-light-weight principle, and is easy rolling, one need not expect to average more than 8 to 10 miles to a gallon of gasoline. Tjie gasoline tank is the renl tell-tale about drag. When n car will go a great distance on n gallon of gasoline, it shows the absence of drag. Absence of drag, hence low gnsoline consumption, heme efficiency, Send us your nnme aiid address cn a post-card anil receive addi tional infiiriniitifin concerning the high elllciency.scientifle-liglit-weight FRANKLIN FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR GO Incorporated. 250 East Main St. Lexington, Kentucky. HEALTH IS WEALTH He Whs His Health His HopeAnd Wt Who Has Hope Has Everything. "ARLO IS WONDER WORKER" 'Tlil "MIItACLK OF' MODERN MEDICINE" lini nmde lire worth liv ing once more fnr thousand of nervous, run-down men ami women, who hnd al most lost hope. Anyone with ordinary Intelligence know that a had stomach will cause Vou to haeaick headache. Indigestion, blliuusneM, Irregular appetite, insom nla, constipation, feel tired and all run down and depressed and nerynui In spirit. "Altl.O" will tone up a lun-down, overworked stomach, help digest your food, strengthen the nervous system and restore the stomach to h healthy condition so that vou may eat wha: vou please without fear of indigestion or stomach troubl. "AKLO" will regulate your, bowels and relieve you of constipation, help the liver and kidneys and restore your energy, ambition and appetite. That uneasy feeling of fullness alter eating will leave you and, in fact, you will feel fine generally. Altl.O is sold exclusively in Lancas ter by Stormes Drug Store. LOWELL Miss Cora II. Hurte was In Lancaster Saturday, shopping. Mrs. Jas. llutner of Ashland made a business trip here Tuesday, air. anu Mrs. John Wheeler were visitors In Lancaster, Thursday. Miss Luna Anglin was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Itogers, Sunday, Mrs. It. L. Duncan who was serious ly ill the past week, Is improving slowly, Mr. Hicks of Ilerea has moved to the property, recently purchased from Mr. Knos Davis. Mr. Edd King sold his farm contain ing 50 acres to Ml. W. I.. Moore of Williamsburg, price SS.i per acre. Mrs. Ancil I'arks and daughter of Richmond, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurte.' . On the first day of May the Wonder Washer Wrirger Washing Machine will be demonstrated at Conn Itros., at two o clock The baccalaureate sermon preached at Mt. Tabor Sunday evening, by Itev, U. A. Dawes of Georgetown, was very much enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and son, Mrs. Lena Ilrown and Master Karl Maurice and Miss Emma Kinnaird were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mrs. S. I'. Davis: DON'T BLAME THE f.HH.l) i i o. ii u i uiiniu una iciui riru i n t l .. , . t r , ,. . m i I asuii i manic juui timuini iui luiivui from h Iitfht cae of measles. . . .,, voaiiui unci me Munrv an i r iiuiib. it Mr. anu Mrs. l,vnn Clark entertaiiieU'i. nm lunv. th- ,hii,r..n. fifln a few friends at dinner Sunday. many case3 it mi!ans weak ki(ney8 Bnd Mrs. Route of Paint Lick has return- can readily righted. Itead thisLancas ed after spending several days with ! ter mother's advice. Mrs. John Doty. j Mrs. II. G. Crutchheld. Stanford Ave, Wonder Washer Wringer Washing Lancaster, says: "My little hoy was Machine demonstrated at Conn Hros., greatly trotrbled with weak kidneys and Tuesday, May 1st. had no control over their action, which Mr. Jim Clark and daughter, Miss!ctU5,;l1 no ftvi of annoyance, and troub- Nell. left last we-k for Ashville N. C 1 ne c""'1 lool:'(1 ""y- 1 Rot where they will spend several weeks. box of I)oan'8 Kidney Pills and began MARKSliUltY Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Itngie and son, Mr. Hnd Mrs. Tom Chesnut of Lexing ton, spent Sunday with .Mr. Mark Ho gie and family. ' The Ladles working society has plan tied a supper which will he given some time in May. Vou cannot escape the committee, they will be round to see you. The society will meet next Wed nesday at 2 o'clock. The trustees and others who are interested in repairing the church are invited to meet at 2.30. PKKACHERSV1LLE Mrs. Carrie Wright of Indiana, vis ited her sister. Mrs. F. L. Thoinpsor. The Methodist brethren hold their mid-week prayer services each Tuesday night. Mr. Edgar Ho.tzclaw has returned to Hamilton Ohio, where he has a good position. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and chil dren visited her father, Mr. J. J. Smith near Hyatt, Ky. Mrs. August Ilartels has returned from sunny Florida where she has been spending the winter. Mrs. Mary Naylor of Rowland, visit ed her grand daughter, Mrs. F. L. Thompson last week. Mr. John 11. Hutchins has about com pleted his new residence at the old Green place on Drake's Creek. Finch and Milliard lost a good steer by death from getting its shoulder broken, presumably from being kicked. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress went over to Danville last week to look at a farm J an aged mother and father, four giving them to him according to direct ions. They promptly cured him." (Statement given December 20, lttll.) A PERMANENT CUKE. On November 17. 1010 Mrs. Crutch field raid: "The cure Doan's Kidney I'illsmade fcr one of my children has been a lusting one." 5(c, at all deal ers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Huf falo. N. Y. MAJNSE. Mrs, P. (,. Gooch is ill. Mrs. Embert Clark is also very ill. Mr. lioss Robinson and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Creech. Mr. Roy Creech spent Saturday night and Sunday with his friend. Mr. Emory Howling. Miss Sallie Anderson spent part of the past week with her friend. Miss Allie Creech. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were guests Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Marshbanks. Mrs. W. P. Anderson nd sons, Robt and Johnny, and -little Miss Willie Gaines, spent Monday and Tuesday in Rockford Ky, witb her sister-in-law. Mrs. J. W. Todd. Andersen. Quite a surprise and shock was given to Mr. and Mrs. VV. P. Anderson Sr , of Madison County, last Thursday when a telegram was received that their son, James Harvey Anderson, of Cincinnati was dead The Lord has said blessed are they that, mourn for they shall be comforted. He leaves to mourn his whiMi thee nre enntetmiTatlnir nurchas-I ing. Mr. W. K. ltallard bought a Poland China sow and eight pigs from Dick Smith of the Holdani's Mill section, for $10. Everybody in this community will go to Conn Hros., May 1st to tee the dem onstration of the Wonder Wringer Wusning Machine. Mr. David Iturge und wife, who have been in Illinois for a year or so, have returned on account of her health, and are lit Ing on Mr. and Mrs. George, Logan place. There will he a pie supper Friday night the 27th at the Musonic Hall. The girls are invited to bring some nice pies mul the hoys are asked to i bring u lot of niouy and buy liberally to help on u good cause. Proceeds to he med for the benefit of the "Drakes Creek Farmers Hand." Mrs. J. J. Thompson is at Stanford in I)r E. J, Ilrown' sanatorium where she Is lieing prepareil to statin the se vere ordeal of a serious surgical opera-' tiou which Is to occur won in Louis , ville. We hope to hear of her speedy reciVery ut im early dats and the le turn to the homes ut her devoted- chil dren and friends. Iletter friends and ... .. .i . ... nelgntiors man this good lady are mighty hard ti find. sisters and three brothers, beside a devoted wife. His body was brought back and interred here. Mri J. A. Cox, of AI derson, V. Va., writes: ".Vly daup.htsr . . suf fered tcnf-Iy. She could net turn In tied . . . the doctors gave Iter up, and wc brousM licr home to die. She lad suffered so tnuclt at , . . time. I lav ing heard of Cardul, wc got It for tier." One Drop - ournPouHryltm4y aVUTttl'l'Hir'lf CURES A few droia la tha .tititi drluklmr witer cures (ft APRS naireicuHwhlto Ul k dltrrhoea,cuoltrt and other chicle ilUesw. Una U-ceiit bollln make I1llonof nxNllclne. At rtni. f kUU or lif mill iumimM. Vlu m W luultry tuok tim ou request. HMN MMM Mh 1uIh, U. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. iji The Woman's Tonic "Iitafjwdayis, ens be gin to Improve," Atre. Cox: continues, "and hsJ r.o trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and wc sins Its praises cvcrywlie re." Wc receive many llicu ennds of similar letters every year, telling of the good Cardul has done for women who suffer froi:i complaints so common to their sex. a should do you good, too. Try uram. I Or. Wm. D; Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Itainey s Livery Stable. Lancaster. - Kentucky J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-M BUCKEYE, KY. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Phone 303. Lancaster. - Kentucky. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky John 11. Casey, I). V. J. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. .Residence i'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. - The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. G. C. COX, Manse,Ky Phone 229. Office Hour. .m. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele: Doctors Of Deahl Swjery, o,11c; Storm t. Building oiei Hurt A And. oa'a urnlinre ilore. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. SAFETY-SERVICE- SATISFACTION The bi 3 combination when Insured in The D.A. Thomas. Agency Also 5-10 & 20 Year Farm Loans. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 Uy Chester I'eavine HIS I hy Itex Pea- vine I'W by Itex McDonald. I'ira t dam Mora Carter S-ll'J by Ited Squirrel 53 by Iliad; Squirrel. 1 don't Huppofe there is a better bred hortie in Kentucky than Kentucky (eiitleman. He has been one of the most successful horse in the show ring that this county has produced in years. lie Is just the light size fur a saddle horre and his first colts which are four years old now are showing the saddle gaits nicely. The Auto has put the light driving horse out of business to a certain ex tent, but you don't have any troubly in selling a saddle horse. I am going to otter tho services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $15 to Insure. I un giving you far IS what most men would charge $25 to J 10 for. Do you appreciate ItT If so send your best mares to the court of Ken tucky Geritlt man and let him get you a nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky.