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The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1 9 1 7
Spring Colds Are the Worst They lead to catarrh and pneumonia. They weaken the entire system and leave it un able to resist the sudden changes. They interfere with your digestion and lessen your act ivity. Ncftlectcd they soon become that dread disease known as sys temic catarrh. Don't ncfllect them. It's costly as well a B dangerous. PERUNA Will Saf egoard You Have a box of Peruna Tab lets with you for the sudden cold or exposure. Tone your sys tem up with a ivglllar course of the liquid Peruna, fortify it against colds, get your digestion up to nor mal, take care of yourself, an'j avoid danger. If you ara suffering now be f.in the treatment nt once. Give Native the help she needs to throw c.T Uie catarrhal Inflammation, and r.goin become well. Peruna has been helping people for 44 years. Thousands of homes rely on it for coughs, cold and Indi gestion. It'3 o gjod tonic for the weak, as welL Coin The Pentia Company, abut, Ohio Dally Thought If It lie my lot to crawl I will cruwl contentedly; If In lly I will fly with nlnrrity; but us iou nt I ran avoid It I will never be unhappy. Sydney Smith. Good Definition. Willie Willis "What's ti 'popular Idol,' pa?" Papa Willis "It Is the fellow who Is In between the fellow lit- has Just licked and the fellow who H solus In lick 1dm." Juilse. Kickers. "A man may o.MiiblMi u repu"itinu us a Utter," remarked the Ob n r uf Invents mid Things "hut lu il". want to set tin- Idea that the mute i his Inferior." Little Things Count. Life Is made up, not of treat mjo rllices or duties, but of little tlilnss in which smiles and kindnesses ami Miiall obligations, given habitually, ur what win and preserve the heart ami wcure comfort. Sir Humphrey Davy. Damascus an Ancient City, Damascus Is the oldest city reinulu Inc In the modern world. It Is first mentioned In Scripture In connection with Abraham (Cenesls 14:15), whose htewnrd was a native of the place 15:2). 10CAL ODD FELLOWS LODGE Endorse Action Of President In Declaring War At a recent meeting of Franklin Lodge No. 7 I. 0. O. F. resolutions en dorsing the action of President Wilson and pledging him their unqualified sup port, wese unanimously adopted and! copy of same forwarded to him. The resolution and letter follow?: Hon. Woodrow Wilson, Washington. I). C. Dear Sir:- The following resolulioiis, which art- self explanatory, were recently adopted at a meeting of our lodge: HALL OFFKANKLIN LODGE No. 7. I. 0. O. F. - LANCASTER Ky. April It!. 1917. WHEItEAS:- A declaration of war has been ileclaru) between the United States and Germany, therefore HE IT IIESOLVED:- Ttiat Franklin Lodge No.-7 I. O. 0. F. by. this resolution unanimous ly adopteii, express their approval uf the actions of our President, ai.d assure him that our Great order stands solidly behind him in this trying ordeal Having for our motto "Friendship, Lov and Truth", and endeavoring tu the best of our ability to live, up to. both individually and collectively, tin teuchings of oui Order, yet we lime In our hearts thut love of our Country, -which Is inherent in thu heart of every American, and when our National Hon or is threatened and our beloved Hag is trampled upon, wu feel that war is justifiable, and that the course taken by our honorable President is u wise one. Wo believe th.it in express ng this sentiment we voice the ideas and senti ments of 5,010 Odd Fellows In the state of Kentucky, and of every mem ber of our order throughout our belov ed country,' and thut each and every one of them will he ready and willing tu do his part In upholding thu hands of our President in whatever acts he may consider necessary in prosecuting u var which we hope may lead to an ultimate universal peace. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our Order and thut a copy be sent to the President of the United states. W. A. Wheeler J. K. Nevius George Smith Jr. Committee Stock car carrying four people start ed from a standing start in high gear on the bridge on New Danville pike and pulled the river hill in high gtc r and when the car readied thf top the speed-metor read twenty-five miles per hour. Arcade Garage Go. KINNAIKD' BROS., Managers. -anauirecv Have you ever noticed how some houses always have a way of looking better and more attractive than any of the others near them? Analyze this difference, and many times you will find it is due to the fact that these houses) are always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find In a majority of the cases that the paint used is Hanna's Green Seal Sold By CONN BROTHERS. rS I ' '1 111111 lls ljfB r jpj jp I HK Test of Tires Bfik l! I i ' VCrr t'rC C'a'mS t0 'owcst"cost"Pcr"n"'c 1lliiJj llfll yu knew t,,u experience f an' considerable v u l lljl f'jl number of other tire users, yWB W flfj gfif I tlmt would help you decide which tire makes WWvWv W IV good on thc claim' llBlf I III mill We dnt knw ahUt thcr makcs f tircs' but ' wwll - that motorists who have used United States Tires . 1 Wj Mill I'll continue to use'them; VkJvwVvS il l (ill' that more, and more motorists who used other VAWVUU Sfffl mm makes of tires are turning to United States Tires. vwffl mjlljl ' These two facts are proved by the amazing sales WwVVlWv Mil ill increases of United States Tires vW mllltin sales increases that arc vastly greater than even Mill MllWil l5lu greater natural increase in the number of aufomo- vwVS flffW biles this year over last ttwM which shows where tire service is. fuuu) II Unitd States Ires E B f ji.iS.' W'obby' -Cham' A ft I Y". Worth and U'eor lh,it lUii.a m r;:rc., Are yod Tires IM United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depotswho can tell you which of the five . types or united States Tires exactly suits your needs. REX GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. OFFICE OF FISCAL COURT OF GARRARD CODNTY. Scaled irnvojiil niidrrmi'd tu It.e FIcnl Court of Cttrrnnl County will 1)0 rvcrlvril up to 1L o'clock noon, Miiy Jttli 11)17, when they will In- publicly opcni'il nml rend, for thf nnpmvrinenl of tin County ItoHcl ln'twrt n l.nncnitrr ami Danville to DIx Kivrr In (InrrHnl Co. Tlio work, in Ucpcrilit'il nml ahowti In the plum mill upcriticutions to I nrrn t Hip County Cli-rk'n ollici' will U: Inownm Cnrrnul County Sliitf aid I tmul ii4 uliowii on K'ncrnl ilrHwin;. A miiKlf lilil to hr ;ulimittt'il for the whole work. Hi(h iniKt he for work to ho ilone In crorilMiire with llie pinna and pecl I'lCBlioiin npiroveil liv the KIkcmI Court nd the Commltrioner of Puhlic Itoadi and on file at County Clerk's ollicu. The Ki.cal Court of (iarrard County exnreMly renervea the ri(tht to reject any and all bids. Ilefore contractu are bimliiiK on firit partiet. they munt receive the approval of the Commimioner of I'ubtic Hoadi, Karh hid ahall he accomianiril hy chIi or n ivi tilled check, payahle at ii'Kht to the order of the County Trean. un r for 1(1 per cent of the amount of the proposal; whi-h check shall he held until the execution of the contract. Ilefore the contract is swarded, (he successful didder or didders will de re. uired to furnish a doml of an ejusl amount of Contract, Dollars for the faithful trrformanre .if il,.. in acconlance with the sf(1r...l,l . hih! sciticnlions. All work to lie ilone under the illree. tion and supvrvision uf the sinner of 1'iililic liowls. liy orier of Fiscal Court of (isin.nl County JOi: HAMILTON', Ci unly Clerk of (iananl County. Ily N' C. Maniiltun. It. C. t 21 21. ; PUBLIC SALE. As Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Annie I". Ilradihaw, I will sell at public outcry on the premises on CM derts creek, near the Crad Orchard ( pike, 4 mi.es from Lancaster, in Gar rard county Ky. the iersunal proierty 'of her estate, consistinc of household (and kitchen furniture, I mare i:i)ears olil, 1-three vearold horse colt, 1 jrar. Iiiik lllly colt, liMise tunider and logs. Haul sale will d held I SATUItDA Y MOKNINC. A fill 1. 2.Hih. sit 1(1 o'clock. heKinnine; promptly. Terms Cash. " A. D, UIEAD.SHAW, Admr . At the same time and place I will i sell at puhlic outcry the follow mi; iier- sonal pniiertv; household and kitchen I furniture, 1-nine year drood mare with I mule colt at ! Je. one jearlin; horse j colt, one yearling mare colt, 1 two-year oui jennet, two Aiikus dull calves, one farm wagon Kood as new. one nood cultivator, two sets of wagon harness, one set of double buggy harness, one 10 horso power ortable steam engine. In good shape with 100 t,wt drive belt included, other tool and implements too numerous to mention. TKKV.S; -3 months time without in terest, mite with eimkI security. Sums of $10 nd under cash. 1 A. D. IIUADSIIAW. Am. ilvume. Auctioneer. lir-iHiii ol' tin- Coiiilitiiiii ol TNI Peoples Bank lulu l.il.tur.. m th luuu nt '!ul l.lek I ..il nt ul l.rti.l. Male ut kfiiliukf. M 1 ill. I li'r in lu-.i.. n me 10th ilny of (prtl. 11117. IIKH lll'l: trfMllNlil t'iM'lilllll ... . ilerlrMfl.eijrl still llli.ei'llrtil lll.r frolii llslikt 1 dli llll llMII'l listiktu iiuii. inrttlliiie suit I li'ures Total I.I tlllt. I I 1 1 I m Ha. st.n'li al.l In. in ea.li llHIIl1.! lol)l, ir eSelj.e. Hint ls.' 4ii. He. 'i ll. ":.-. It. irliM'klfn W4 H 1Mr s.-f. ..in i,i,-ln.llliir I'l.-in' jiiuii,. rt."t t Pit H.iiik mil) TrH.i riiinisiilv Tl.UI I 11 Ml . 1 -n l i ll ".'".J.'U f. I,:i.vi w 3.1. ! (Ill tic I. lt K I l'VIIUIti I.' KSI 00 : " it I .'! (I 4 kit w. J.HI.Mt V h'Mte ut Ki iimsky, CcMHitv.nt i.arranl. sc. . I . IVimts. ail II ll. Wu.ula, l ie., il.'io anil I aslilsr f th. slaive liaiiun Usui il.i i'iiiii.li smiar lliat the Hlme slate I'l. nt i trii. .. the Wit iilmir kiion Uilce i.l 'ellet, K I,. H Olllis, PreiM' in. 11,11. WOllPt'.Caihler Kiilxi rlLe'tsiiil morn in I.Wi.re me tills Ivili l ol Ai ill J J I I'lsjr lllski'iiian. Nutsr I'llt.llf 51) rmmaa.i;i K.iri K'l. V isis. One Drop imtWtvtf"F CURES few drop la tho ?f Y luktmr water eumt l.ll'hli aniiurarenuwblta MaO dlsrrhoes. cholera and other ehtck (Itarsars. Onoto-oeiit IhjIIIhduWis It ration of medlclue. At drua aisUorbruiBll luatuttd, Vila aUU iwultry book frva un rniueat. MMIII UMM M.. lallssHs. b. Sold by K. E. McKobert's.