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The Central Record, Thursday. June 7, 1 9 1 7.
"J Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ollice at Hiiinoy I.ivfry Stable. LnnnisUT. Kentucky H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels Doctors Of Denial Surgery. OSli'e -M nun Ht l ..Tri Hun A lull LANCASTKR. KENTUCKY. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes fur Men unil Hos Ili'si liy lest I. very p.iir giuriitileeil G. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. a. Beazlev rilNCRAL DIRECTOR OtlU-e Over atmtnil Hank toidonre I'hm ' 'II ' I'linne -7 I.ANCAMI.I!. CAN'T DO THE WORK It's too much to try to work every day nguinst h rnnatiint, dull headache, or Midden darting pain In the miill of tho hark, lie rlil of it Try I loan' Kid- m-v I'IIIh, Your neighbor recommend them. l'nrker Jenkins, utalinnHry engineer. Water Work Itoad, Lancaster says: "My work calls for u lot of stooping unci bending and thi CBinedtny kidneys to get out of lix. I hail dull paint ncrn my buck nnd loin. My kidneys lifted too frequently Htid then again were sluggish mid tin i 'rreti'ins con tnint'tl n l.rick-lu t-likt- pediment. I used Kuan's Kidney I'lll. that I bought nt K. H. .McKohorti' I'liurmiicy. The backache Iffi hip i,nd my kidneys be came normal." Price isle, nt nil denier.. Don't imp ly nik fur ii kidney remedy get Dodo's Kilney "illt the same that Mr Jen Mr hud. I'oster-Milbiirn Co.. Prop., Itiiirnl... N. Y LEVEL GREEN. Mr. A!f l!iibinon Htill eotllimics lllle ill Mr. and Mr II N. lirocn have heen visiting relative at Mllllnn K. Mr and Mm. !e-i. Davi of Preach orsutle vi-iteil home-folk Sunday. Mr Hoss Itnhinson nnd family visit In Mster Mm. W. II. Smith Sunda. Mr. S. T. (In in attended the supper at Hntwoml Saturday night. Mis I'uriie Mae Chirk who ha heen tisiting her hrother in farthnge Illinois ( ed in Cincirnati returned tioinu Itlesd.iN. i lifted in tin I OUNNS CHAPEL. Minn Zulu Calico is visiting nt Dry Kidge. Mr. Tom Daily in suffering from dropsy. Mis Stella Miiv of Wilmnr in hero with relatives. Mini Annie May I a guest of her uncle Mr. liodie Airee. Itev. I). F. Sebastian was here Sun day with Mil llevi Hill. Itev. Uagim tilled his iippointmetit here .Siiturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mm. I). I'atherKilliind child ren visited near tienrgotnwn. Mr. and Mm. Wilhert I "alley wore Kin' of Mr. ami Mr.. Kd. Dailey. Miss Ileuluh Sebastian visited hcrsis ter Mm. Slevie Agee of Madison Mon day. Ml. and Mm Unhurt Sowers of Mad ison viiled Mr. nun Mm. John DaileV Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Tall May spent a week in Cincinnati guests of Mr. Carl May and wife. Mi I'aiiline Ito of Mayslick i here a guest of Mm. John Land and Miss l.enna llnllan. Mr. and Mm. Allen Burton of Jessa mine viited Mr. Ilarve Teater and d i family Sunday. Misse Christian Davis and Sue 1 1 1 vr- pie i in are the guest of Mr. John Land and Mm Leiina Hollon. Mr. Win. Mav who ha heen oinploy- ince Keliruarv ha en . N'avv. Why Shamed by Blotchy Shin If rmi flfp a riiflVrrr from Vstrmn or tinf trf.l I j- plinpir tlin, jnu know Jmt wtwt It r.M.mn in iiarp that humiliating, buck uhM f fllntt iHm'it mooting RtranRfn am) ijiuitimi 'rli-tiiN Many n tlnv you liar hkn i i he mJrmr nnil uIIhiI that ji" r ki wmiM lw Ii' tthrr Hint ji'U kt. . "Mlitioiit a t.lrtnlb.H Tiillli inn l.r miM f r the iikmr. If ion will l-o f Ihr i1riiff(!i"t rid imiir n lottl of l l H tin tntilrvi of alt i-ltta rommllr', rth H ftf "fillnif Ii illrrctlnn, In n aliurt dm- jniir rkln nlll t a rort Tolrrt. Ctrir In nnl nvlc for u bttt!u tmlay on niir uioriiy-liuk siiarititiv. Afk n!-i nlout J'. I). V, buup. that Lap thy tklu LtultLy. For 15 Years the Standard Skin Remedy D. D. D. It. K. Mclfnhvrtn. Lancaster. Ky. Mr. John Land and Mias l.elinn Hol lon were in Cincinnati and New Port last week with relatives and friend. MAKKSUUltY Miss Margaret Dotv has returned from h isit to Mrs. Mary Route of Taint Lick. Mrs. Jno. Helm of Lehanon has heen spending si-veriil days with her sister .Mr. James 'turner. The Mic llourne of the Danville Koad sient the week enil with their sister Mr.. Mason Pollard. Mi Ktnilv Itoiirne of Danville Pike ha heen the attractive CUCM of Miss Alice Sutton and tier aunt. Miss Kugeiiia Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Itiire. .Mr. and Mrs Dave life of Junction Citv, and and Miss Matthi Nunnclley of McKtn- jney were Ki'ts last week of Mr?. ranny i iiiiarii anil larnny The supper i;iven at Mason last Sat urday evening tinder the itusplces of Ladies Working Society wns one ol the most munerative given hy the Society in recent years. The exact amount of the proceeds cannot he given ns a clean collection has not heen taken. David IS. Kemper of Kansas City has won a hadge a marksman in the Merino Corp. He enlisted last Nov., and has completed u course of training at Port Royal S. C. He is rapidly coming to the front, thus his alnlity as Killement. He recently made Inn excellent seme at "slow anil rapid" I (Ire winning thv bailee of marks-man- snip on increased pay. Becoming to an (JIHcial hulletine of Washington. David Kemper who is more familiar ly called Holland here hy his friends, was horn and lived heru in this county until a trood sized hov and wer.t with the family to Kansas City, where ho sTANFOKD llichiinl K, Pepples of Covington, has heen here for feicrnl days, Mrs. W. K. Shugars nnd son, W. K. Jr. were here n short while Sunday. L. A. Nevitis of Winchester has heen the guet of his mother. Mm. Mattie Nevius. Mis Margrmt Hopper, who has heen teaching at Abingdon, V'a., is at home for her vacation. Miss Katherine Davis Itaney Is assis- Iting Mesdames Wright anil Hill in I their millinery store. I Mrs. W. W. Hay.i and Mis Kmtna 1 Hays hnve heen the guests of Mr. J. A. lieazley and family. ' Mrs. K. It. Centry and Miss Sa'lie i Reynolds, of Mt. Vernon, have been the guels of Mm. K. J. llrown. Mis Kliznbeth Given, who has heen teaching at St. Augustine. Flu., has ' returned home for the summer. I'CVnv1'.' "TTo " " r",C,fUit, A little son Ins arrived at the home '.'.Tft. '" J,1:V;0" '',e'.''t,!O.Mr.nd Mrs. Dexter llallou. He llettie West heinper now resides at llj:t Pemi strtet Kansas City. has been named James Ivan llallou. Mr. Carl A. Carter and handsome Ilesldes the regular military subjects i ""' fn. hdwin Depnuw. are guests hi. training includes boxing, swimming f relative nnd friend at Nahvi!le. and other athletic training. We are i i,,. Arch Hill Mimed . f ,,nr !...,. glad that this "(iarrard County Lad" has made good and will he well prepar ed when the call comes to go into action. Glue for Children. Taplnrn, soaked In water, make. a hiirmle. stainless mid odorless glue for the children to plnv with. John 1 Casey. I). V. .11. .Veterinary Surgeon. (ir.iilimte tin iiitinti Veterinary College OWUI.I.I. J KDMIKKY. M. J. PATRICK, i Dentist. Paiut Lick. Kontucky. Honaker ; Fine Cut Flowers. i John M. McRoberts. ; Or. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. CnlN .inswereil pnnnplly. 'Inv rj niglit Phone .101 i Lanruster. - Kentucky. ! Phone 365-M BUCKEYE, KY. SATISFACTION The birf 31combinntion when Insured in The D. A. Thomas. Agere Also 5-10 a 20 Year Farm Loans. 1ft ill BY OI.OSS i 'OIiUr!J HKST nrsiK. n.pxi, roi.i ,m;.i V"ir I'll r i II 'i r e, J'i V l .ik. iil I .In . I ml .li- L'S i.l i . . ii, ..I all .1 I .. M i. t'n. mid i Uli .I ill. Will e -i K ti i Ii r II fcl i il IK 'it lilfl tn . aii't run ri.ooitM rsrj (3k GuarantecJ Sw3 ntv III or l V Lv Itiuuikd, . 'ft V lr ,l A 1111 II 1 i 1111 rwr: :. Al I J' At .n7bT&'i?K?JJii I,! l li II L I I II -flMr - m$ united WM States mm i l m I li : WRJIWII. ulr rrvUll ' frW? truer 13 ; m w vim 8v; HiM f I he 5ign ol Perfect Service i. rair. ICK SUM B1W - H tVKOH Look at it remem ber it for wherever you see it displayed by a tire dealer you know that there you can obtain tire service, that merely selling you a tire is not the end, tire service which will give you one hundred and one courtesies, lit tle and big, which will keep down your tire costs. Dealers displaying this sign are the best dealers; thev carry a complete line of United States Tires, the 'Nobby', the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord',the 'Usco', the 'Plain', tire tor every need or price and use. Deal with these Sales and Service Depots depend on their judgment and you will have supreme tire service. United StatsTss Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Seed of Price and Use Xobby' Chain' 'HoyalCord' 'Laco' 'Plain' Unitvil Statvs Ti nKS anil TIUi: MTRSSOIIIKS Hare Ml tin- Stirling Worth anil Wear that Make l.iiitul Sttttai Tirm Supremo MUU kMWM www United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depots who can tell you which ofthe five types of United States Tires exactly suits your needs. anon Junction, ha heen the guest of her grandmother, .Mrs. Mnttie N'evius. Mm. Pallie I!. Saulley, of Kr.oNville, Tenn., i the guest of her son, II. K. Saulley and daughter, .Mr., (i. I,. I'enn) . Mr. and .Mr.. V. I I.awson, of Lancaster, were here Sundav afternoon the guests of hi sister, Mrs. Hello Perkins. Mr John It. Williams and Miss I Mrj Williams, of N'icholasville, where the guest. of Mr. Susan Yeager, ( Mondpy. great dav is expected in this citv. todav. as the large Mag that wns pur chased a few days ago by the Lincoln Fiscal Court will he raised. Miss Clara Cooper, who has been teaching at Herklcy Cali., for scverul year is at home for the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Cooper Mrs. A. C Hill. Miss Katherine An ders m. Mi (Jertrude Wilkerson ar.d 1 Miss Opelia Lackey attended the Sun daj School convention at Somerset last week. Miss Elizabeth is the gcest of her brother. Dr. Harry Higgins at Rich mond. Vn.. nnd will go from there to Hock Hill, S. C, from there to visit her sister. Mrs. It. T. Pewell. Mis Mary Arden Jennings, who was the popular trimmer for Mrs. Hella Arnold Francis here this season left list week for Iht home in Chicago. I Ml.ss Klixabeth Ilunn will have charge of the store now. Dr. Carolyn tleiszel will lecture at the Christian church on Friday evening under I he auspice? of the W. C. T. U She i said to be a great speaker and has tr.iveled over most of the continent in company with Dr. Ira Landreth. Miss Sallie Mills Craig, who has been attending school at Uandolpli-Macon has returned home. She was accom panied as far as Winchester by Miss Mary Clay Williams, wno went to Lex ington to visit fliends before going to her home in'Tulsa Okla. At a recent meeting of the bankers of Lincoln ccuntv held at the court houe Friday afternoon $"i.0(i0 of the .SHMi.tHHiof Liberty Loan Honds. which was the amount allotted to Lincoln ' eountv. were subscribed and the eight Hanks of the county obligated them selves to take the remaining Sli.'i.tRHJ. I Dr. J. 11. I'erkins has returned from Canton Ohio, where he went to ee his brother, Walter Perkins, who had the ' misfortune some weekH ago to meet with ii very surious accident, while I working in an electric factory. One j of his lugs had to be removed and it was thought fur a while that it would , be necessary to remove tho other one ' The wedding of Miss Nancy Eliza beth Yeager and Mr. Hen Kdward Wil , Hams, of N'icholasville was sulemnized I at the home of the bride on Tuesday afternoon, the Hev. W. I). Welburn, I pastor of the Methodist church ottic I luting. The pride was handsomely ! gowned in brown and immediately after tho ceremony they left for Louisville I and from there they will go to Chicago and thence to 1'itt.burg I 'a., tu be the guests of the bride's aunt. Mrs. J. K. Johnston. The bride is the oni daugh ter of Mrs. Susan Ilnght Yeugcr of this city und is irdced a very attractive oung lads and has u host of friends u ho wish her much toy and happiness through life. Mr. Williams is the old est sen of Mr. and Mrs John K Wil liam" .f N'icholusville, and is u progres sive young business man. They wt'l re- a BT or side nt N'icholasville. One Drop BourbonPoultry Remedy j,.,vt,f.;.un. CURES few drop tu tho . nrl0 drluUni: water cuie CAPEo i nilirorcutlilto ?f illirilioei.cuoK'ra ami oilier chick lipases. Ono M-ccnt liollle nnUe I'J gallons of medicine. , , At rui: icKUor li mall iwjlwlil. lu atilo iwuliry lwl fiv rtsjuiu ligilSI ItSttl C9-. laalUtM. I. i m EX CS-ARACE, LANCASTER, KY. J. F. Holtzclaw 6 Son. Sold by R. E. McRoberts.