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The Central Record, Thursday, May 2 1918.
Hanmiiyipfhffit; Gohrs In buying Ilanna's Green Seal Paint you pet mora than just so much paint you also get service. This sen-ice consists in the thorough protection and im proved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your property. Do you have trouble selecting just the right paint colors for your house? Then get a Green Seal color card from our dealer below. It contains many helpful suggestions. On your nest painting job have your painter use Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold by Conn Brothers, SEED CORN 'A Phone or Write for Samples and Prices 6 Johnson County White, Yellow 1 Dent, Boone County White N i and other standard early maturing varieties. 2 Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Germination 90 per cent or better. j Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions, ordi-r at once, ssndirc; spfcific shipping instructions. Will ship when desired. g Edinger & Company. Seed Dept. a Louisville, Ky. w. Funeral Director Office Phone 18. Lancaster, avwm ir 11 r iir rrr mrrvTrmi'-rrr fiwr WORTH $1,000 A BOTTLE IS VALUE CHATTANOOGA MAN PLACES ON VIN HEPATICA "I wouldn't take $1,000 for what one bottle of VI n Hepatlca has dono for me," says Mr. L. A. Cantrell. aged 73. chair worker of Miller avenue, Chatta nooga, Tenn. "It Is worth $1,000 a bottle. I have been troubled with kidneys for years, catarrh of the head and stomach. After eating a few bites my stomach would swell up like a pumpkin. I had the cramps, was tluty, had to be up al most every hour of the night on ac count of the condition of my bowels. "llut Vln Hepatlca has changed all that. I don't have to net up at all In the nlgbt. I now eat potatoes, beans, onions anything. 1 had about decided I rould not ncr would not live another week, but after I saw In the papers what Vln Hepatlca had done for others In the same tlx, I thought I would try It and now feel better than I have felt In forty years. Have put in 2i days solid work this week and am going to start In for full time Monday. It. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky AT A REASONABLE PRICE. and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. "I have passed my TIth ear and I could not hate held up much longer iiuo ay i was irouuieu. nut vin He patlca was certainly a life-saver to me and I heartily recommend It to my friends." The fact Is, Vln Hepatlca Is a Na ture medlclno and not n patent nos trum. It Is a combination of eight of the finest herbal remedies known to medical science, remedies which are prescribed nearly every day by the leading physicians of the world, and they are all combined Into one great Nature medicine for the kidneys, liter, stomach and bowels, and for toning up the system. Nothing Is finer for any one who Is troubled with the stomach or weak and run down condition. We strongly recommend this great Nature remedy. Come and get a bottlq and try It, on our recommendation. You will like It and It will do you good. LADIES OF RED CROSS Following Foolnlcpj of Their Fort-Molb crs In Responding To War Netds. Some Interesting History. A I'crttiin nged lady of Tennes."-. ..a knitted so many socks, r ivtte 1 them so beautifully, for , 'lic that she has receive ' 'il;i:1 letter of thanks from u.-v (,eorfc of England. In her you.u iys me "turned off" a pair r ) lay for the gray-clad boys. I recalling her memories she declare the knitters of to-day know noth inn of the urgency of war as ex- pcricnci by our fore-mothers dur ng our late civil strife. Tho our o'vn State wo, for ta mos', nart, merely n thorough-far through wVcli the armies passe I unit repaswii, yet the times .vere I... .!. ' 1 .1 . 1 - . l.ui'vrtuivv, mm me ui'liiHiius nurv nobly fulfilled by thoio "denr Mead women", our ancestresses of the 'GOV, themselves bat n gencraticn or so from pioneer days when the alternative was to be staunch and devoted, or perish. Our own good town lay in the route of travel from the South to Camp Nelson, nnd be fore the very doors of our citizens in the passing troops might be seen something of the hardships of soldiering. The compassion of our citizens was touched, and our women had full play for quick thought or tender touch in their reaction to the nppeaL of the hour. A few instances are but typical of the general attitude of helpful ness. At the establishment of Camp Dirk Kobinson the government found it impossible to fulfill its re quirements, and for lack of tents. recruits lay in a grove of sugar maples. From exposure and lack of proper nourishment, so many fell ill that the hospital acconimo- lations of the camp were inad equate, and the neighboring dwell ings were commandeered, morally at least, for the service of the stricken. At the Hoskins home, immediately across the road from the camp, a hospital ward was im provised in the salon parlor, and the late Mrs. Eliza Karris, then a yum daughter of the house, devotod her skill as a practical nurse to tin- sicV attending daily, not only the ones at her home, but those In the neighboring houses, nnd in the camp hospitals. Gratefully she was called by the soldiers, the "Angel of Camp Dick". Dr. Jennings I'rice, tho a staunch Southern sympathizer, was helJ in respect by the enemy that more than one unfortunate fcllow-townsman menaced by a prison term at Camp Nelson, owed his averted fate to Dr. Price's in tervention. Dr. Trice opened his home to a stricken Southern officer who passed there n successful con valescence, reclaiming health under the ministrations of the Doctor's wife, the latcJlrs. Susan A. Trice. At the arrival upon the town of n Southern army, the late William II. Kinnaird, Esq., cashier of the I'ederal Hank o fthe town, hurried with bags of specie to the neighbor ing house of Mrs. Sarah Crowe Cook, hoping to secrete them there. A Confederate officer being in the house at the time, Mrs. Cook in stantly dropped them into a trunk at hand, nnd by way of camouflage tossed over it tha frivolous, in consequential tarleton party gowns of her grand-daughters. (These young girls became Mrs. Ellen Owsley and the late Mrs. Marie Grainger) Camouflage was as successful then as now, and the banks status was saved by the aid of a woman's quickness and cool ness. One house-holder received word from Captain Dudley Denton, (father of Judge James Denton of Somerset) that he would nrrivu the following day with a body of one hundred men to be fed and quar tered for tho night. There was much ado in preparation. . The men came, nnd were duly, provision ed with food and sleeping space. Her active sympathy not exhausted by tho days task of caring for so large a body of guests, as a parting expression of g.-aciousnes, the mis tress of the houso sent a negro boy among the soldiers to collect their socks. She hail her slave women wash and dry them, and had them returned to the soldiers before they began their march nt day-break. The woman whose quick sympathy Impelled this simple service was the late Mrs. Eliza Jennings I.usk. (From child-hood Mrs. Luik's heart must have been sensative to the hardships tot soldiering, her father, as a young man having been in Indian warfaro in St. Clair's cam paign, and Inter, as general of vhe standing militia, having led the Garrard County men to the north county In the War of 181'J). With a back-ground of such womanly service it Is but logical! that the Garrard County women are to-day so devotedly doing their bit'. And the generous giving of their time and their talent to the work of the Red Cross Is but atavistic of the response in the hour of need ma.!, by their noble fore-mothers. lancasterTnsurancc nan tells of friends .'recovery "He suffered considerably frc-i gas in stomach and col! attack?, nnd at times was vry yellow. Hi doctors dimidiated hi' ailment as gall bladder trouble ant) that an operation wns necessary. Some en persuaded him to try Mayr's Won derful Remedy. Since taking it one year ago he tells me ha been able toeat rnything." It is a simple. harmless preparation that removes the mucus from the intestinal tract and nllays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach liver and intestinal ailments, in cluding appendicitis. One .lose will onvince or money refunded. It. K. McR.OMEr.TS, Druggist- HUYANTSVILLE Miss Mattie Cr.mplell spent the week end nt Taint Lick. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilurgess has ban viriting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. C. C. Payne, of Jefferson vllle, Ind., is the guest of Mrs, C C Dscker. Mrs. A. T. Christopher of Som erset, is visiting her sister, M.ss Eliza Isen. Mrs. C. M. Deane nnd Mrs. W. K. Davis spent Thursday with relntives in Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Dalian) spent the week end with relatives in Lexington. Miss Mary Evelyn Owens of Ir vine, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. W. McAfee. Mr. It. 1.. liurton of Buckeye was the guest of his brother, Mr. It. I. Durton, Thursday. Quite a number from here have been attending the "races" at Lex ington, this week. The Ilryantsville High School will close Thursday, May 4th. The students will give a play. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Doner of Nichotasville, were the guests Sun day of Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Becker. Trof. D. J. Miller has returned to his school duties here. His brother being called to the army last week. Fine lot of Reiil's yellow Dent and Tennessee lied Cob, White Seed corn , just re ceived. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnnu. Itev. James of Wilmore, conduct ed' the services at the Methodisi church Sunday, as the pastor, Itev. Connnt, was in Louisville attending the Convention. The regular meeting of the W. f". T. U. was held Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Cunningham was elected Jelegate to the District Convention at Lancaster, and Mrs. E. W. Ter kins, alternate. FAMILY MEDICINE In Her Motlier'i Horse, Says This Georgia Lady, Regarding! Black Draught. Relief Irani Head ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. Itlnccold. Ca. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, of this place, writes: "I am a user of Thedtord'B DlacK-urauKtu: m aci. It was ono of our family medicines. Also In my mother's home, when I was a child. When any of ui child ren complained of headache, usually caused by constipation, she gave us a doso of Black-Draught, which would rectify tho trouble. Often In tiw Coring, we would bavo malaria and chills, or troubles of this kind, wo would take Black-Draught pretty reg ular until tho liver acted well, and we would toon be up and around again. We would not bo without It. for It certainly boa saved us iota, or doctor bills. Just a dose of Black Draught when not to well saves a lot of days In bed." Thedford's Black-Draught has been In use for many years In tho treat ment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and tbo popularity which It now enjoys is proor or us merit. If your liver Is not doing Us duty. you will suffer from such disagree able symptoms as headache, bilious sees, constipation. Indigestion, etc.. end unless something 1 done, serious trouble may result. Thedford's Black-Draught has been found a valuable remedy for these troubles. It is purely vegetable, and acts In a prompt and natural way, TegulatlDS the liver to Its proper functions and cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Try It. Insist ou Thed ford's. tbo original and genuine. 12 79 Inside and Out the pratcst paint-economy ia found In the use of Dutch Uo? wl-itc-I-'iil nrv-.l with pure linseed oil. Outside, Dutch Boy whi'.r-leai! will Rive lonp wear in all Linls of weather. It w.arr smooth end leaves a food surface fcr r. painting. For interior walls, it is ur-vrpassod in beauty of f.nish u.d durubu.ty. Any tint may t j had. Our ttotk of paints, oils, vnrniahes, and brushes will meet all your jiuint needs. J E STOHMFS ami 6000, Years NOTICE r Lsi Rev. fl. W. Jackson, B. D. and Wilton Sneed will render a rich Musical and Literary Program at the COURT HOUSE, Monday Night, May 6tli at 7:30 o'clock. The Program will consist of a famous An thropological Address, briefly covering the 6,000 Years of Man's History and giving the Or igin and achievements of the races, delivered by A. W. Jackson. Milton Sneed. an old caster Sextet: Herbert Miss Maud Duncan, Miss Bessie Miller and Miss Fleecy Duncan, will conduct the music and ren der his new Patriotic productions The Boys From Old Kentucky, Etc. The program will be rendered in the interest of the A. M. E. Church, which is now being re pared without and within at quite an expense. Our Rally May 12th, is at hand and we are anxious to meet our financial obligations, thero- Ifore we ask every citizen, (white and black) to lend us a hand and give us just 15cts., May u'tb. 11 you can t come, buy a ticket-send us 15cts. To our white friends, we extend you a cordial invitation to be present. Spaco will be reserved for you and your feelings respected. I am sure each of you will not hesitate to donate 15cts to our cause. And you my brave Comrades, the bravest of the Romans, the noble sons of Ham who have never faltered. I know you will be present and donate your bit to our cause. Let all Lancaster come, hear this program, if you can't come, buy a ticket, or donate 15cts. COMMITTEE: A. W. Jackson, Milton Sneed, Miss L. Mason Pianist. Admission - 15cts. Dutch Boy Phoenix 3rand White-lead K E, MeKOBLRTS, of History n rm 'V Sontr Writer and his Lan Burdette. Wm. Johnson.