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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Feb 20, 1919.
TALK about smokes, Princo Albert is geared to n joyhandout ctp.nclard that just lavishes smckohappiriras on every man gamo enough to make a bee lino f-r n tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or now! Get it straight that what you've hankered fbr in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. ha3 the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bito your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back I Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco ie tolJ. Toppy red bagi, tidy red tint, handtome pound and half pound tin humidortanj t hat clever, practical pound crystal glatt humidor with tpnnjs moistencr top that heept the tobacco in such perfect conation. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Snlem, N. C MT. HEBRON Mr. Harry Stone is quite sick with mumps. Mrs. Irvin Dean who is with her husband at Camp Taylor is very ill. Sir. Ed Grow delivered to Mr. Mil lard Hamm a bunch of shoats at 14c. Mr. Will Sherrow sold his farm near here to Mr-Earncst Dall price $2000. Mr. Hamlet Jennings purchased a four passenger car at N'icholasville recently. Mrs. Homer Humphrey of East Hickman, is with her sister, Mrs. Har ry Stone. Mrs. Lourany Montgomery who has been quite sick for some weeks is able to be out again. Itcv. D: F. Sebastian filled his ap pointments here Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mr. Jake Phillips of Iowa was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crow the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker of Poor Ridgo nttended services here Sunday and were the guests of her parents. Mils Mary Frances Montgomery was with her sister, Mrs. James Ham ilton, near Lancaster, n part of last week. Mr. Jasper Sherrow who was dis charged from military service at Camp Meade , Mil., returned home last week. Mr. Earl Grow who is In Cincin nati for treatment for his eyes, un derwent an operation last week and is doing nicely. Mr. Clyde-Humphrey of the Locust Grove section, who has been quite ill with rheumatism and pneumonia, is impriving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. U. 0. Montgomery and little daughter, returned to her home at Versailles, Friday, after a visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and little daughter, of Boyle, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mont gomery last Tuesday night and Wed nesday. The Sunday School at this place has been nsked to send a contribution of $50.00 to the Ky. Uaptist Childrens Home, for the new buildings. The contribution will be taken the first Sunday in March. Let every body respond to this worthy cause by mak ing a liberal contribution. The death of Ruthford Clay, the 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery came as quite a surprise to every one Saturday afternoon, Feb. 8th. He was taktn sick Thursday with violent vomiting nnd n severe headache .but was not thought to be in n cerious condition even by the physician nnd family until a short ttmn Unfnrn tit. .tenth t1itf.1i i tin licved to have been caused by poison from eating candy. After short services at the grave by Rev. J. W. Mahan the little fellow was laid to rest in the cemetery here. The deep est sympathy of the entire commun ity is extended the bereaved parents, brothers and sister. HI OLD AGE STARTS MitutVn f?mdy la Dtlitr ar! V1f Th- Cakmsl. C:ona Cut iyfn Withe, t Cflpi.V. 5t-j?3 blc tludsstv r t-rsrtd. nUIou nttac.., c .;. ipa. on. . ! tca'Uchvff, iu, zro li ti. ,n i mi ,VrU rf ca- i i!va to til' t lr- i and no rwnabW pr.m enn Mpr to obtain ixal or la l luff Lectin, unu Nature'.? Hemetfy ?nt 7nt1-iti) 1 a .-?ul'o car." pound V. . t &eu c n i. liver, br.Tc'j Br J . "o ItMng to btlntf Aout ci-. '.y nJ 1 . jntous u:..o:i cf oil t vrTtra if r (.Mn cr cllm.r.r. UJn. It n 3 rjrt aptly thoroughly, tt to nuJJyc-Hl pilly tlmt the.o U r tt? tlie llshtwt crlplnff or He Uat ttmt U rot nil NatirS nened Tablets) hrvo n Wnrll rial cfiwt upon tti cntlio body. I . Impru'.li; tfr.a pnoetJ of dW'!-' cr! nsri-illation. Vq nam Win" nt ti derived frum food, the Uool quauty i i arl Utd. iLiity it inread bja! it. on cu set yur ldr In il a ij3le:.;d c jaditlon, you newt nt U i li.taa t-vtrr d.iy Jut tako ri ? ' Tablet cxssaitonttUr whn Indigent ion, I Jlouine a tad roiiitlnrtlua tur- ' . - r,i you cm ciw-.y f " 1 yorr T .t r rat nb r ): onln well I .i.T a1 a . r tl.-n X,.nj x M t - I at Nat- re P-mef t.. -ihif :) and try it It i r 1. r i rnt-'c " t txcctnmcnded 1 jvjr R. E. Mc ROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, '-TABLETS- GUY. WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Fclfmce vara that old asrs bcelna with weakened kidr.frji and digestive organ. This being true. It Is easy to believe that by Ueeplng tl e kidney and dl ceatlvo organs cleansed and la proper working1 order old age can be deferred and lire prolonged far beyond that en Joyod by the average person, For over 300 years GOLD 1 IK DAL. Ilaarlem On has bi'f-n rellavlns the. weaknesses and disability due to Q1 vanclnv eaa. It U a standard old time Uuiur remtdy and noeds no Intro ductlon. iiOI.il MKDAL. Haarlem Oil Is I tl closed in odorless, taatelesi capsules contslnliiK about S drop each. Take them as you would a pill, with a small swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney at t Ion and enables the organs to throw off the poison' .which cause premature old ane. New life and strength Increase as jou continue the trfttmont. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each day. (OLL ML; DAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules will keep you In health and vigor and prevent a return of the rilsoaae. Do not wait until old age or disease have settlod down for good. Go to your drucKlst and got a box of GOLD Mi: DAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money r funded If they do not help you, Threo site. Hut remember to aslc for the original Imported GOLD MLUML brand. In sealed packages. W. 0 RISNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Ofllce Phone 18. Lancaster, Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. Mr. Newell Hum of Somerset is the guest of Mr. John S. Bronddus. M'. John K. Hash, of Somerset, was the guest Sunday of his eousir, Mrs. J. L. Ynntls. Mr. and Mrs. Guy avmson and children v.ero Sunday guctts of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned on Wednesday from a visit to tier duiiRh tcr, Mrs. Z. T. Wee, of Hic'imond. Mrr-Tom l'rultt who has been sta tioned at n camp in Alabama, receiv ed an honorable discharge and is now at home. His many friends are glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and little daughter, Elizabeth Francis, were week-end guests of her mother, Mrs. Croushorn, of Iluena Vista. They also enjoyed being lth Mr. Andy Croushorn, who has been in tho scr vice of Uncle Sam and has been mus tered out. A large tobacco barn on the farm of Arnold Dros, burned last Krlday night. Messrs Frank nnd Lewis Ar nold had the misfortune to have had about two thousand pounds of tobac co that was ready for the market. Their loss was great as there was no THE KITCHEN (CABINET You srn rnri'-cular lmit your chll lrrn' iilAHn.i t., the l oo, thr i. ml r th.lr tjorfi t atut mo-u InHuet.iul Intimate. SWEETS MADE AT HOME. Tlio rriortnli of 1li- meniite wom an In randy iiiiiUiir M fudro and 1110- lii i taffy. nli.'ii well inndi are not to ! klUl'tvd. The m-aiiiy, nn-Rrnlii(Ml fudgn 1 ometldHK vf an art tn lrerurc. Chocolate Fudge. TnWo tno rupfuls of MiKar, nnp-tlilrtl cufful of corn simp, rn-lin1f cupful of milk, n lnlileiH'nful of butter nnd n mmire Of grated rhcHnlnle. Cook nil tnselh r until n drop In cold water can l rolled In the tliiKers. ' Set nny to cool, nnd when luke wnrni ndd nnlM and vanilla and Mir until It brKlns to thicken. I'our Into a Krencil pun nnd mnrk oft In kipmres before It Rets too hard. To prepare the fondnnt, tnki n smooth kettle or saucepan; Into It put a "rlnt of sunnr, n half cupful of wa ter nnd n lurse InMespoonfiil of corn idrup. This Inst Is to keep the sirup from grnlnlng. If no corn sirup Is nt hand ,u nn eUhth of tenponful of cream of tnrtnr. Stir until tliu su gar Is ill3oh.'.l, thru boll until n soft ball Is mnde In cold water. I'our out on a lightly greased slab or platter, using care not to tnko tho Inst drop or scrnpc the kettle, as stirring will often cause the grain to form, which will ruin tho candy nnd It will need to be boiled again. If the- candy does grain, ndd more water and sirup or cream of tnrtnr and boll agnln. iNVtit stir while boiling. When cool enough to benr the linger, begin to stir from the edge to the center with n wooden spoon. Continue to stir nnd knead with the hands until n white, Mnootb lonf Is mmle. Set an ay for a day or two to ripen, covered with a buttered pnper. In a cool place. Now tho foun dation Is ready for any kind of flavor, color or combination of fruit. For chocolate crvnnn, break off piece of fondant and ndd vanilla, then roll In small halK Put out nnd chill so they will be hnrd. Melt unsweet ened chocolato In a saucepan oTer wa ter. To a hnlf a pound add n piece of pnrnfun the size of a walnut. The pnr nfiln thickens the chocolate. Dip the balls In with a hat pin and let them drain on a wnxetl paper or greased baking sheet. CROSS OUT YOURmSHSNG TteWJBS.f 'i With a Western Eteetrtc - & Washer and Wnuyer v If yoti wer f.-ke"t. " , the grcatwt I i:. weekly hoMe;:'o;rf work jn. nnswer wocW Hrc - "TI.e Weekly Fnmily Waih." Th.- tr lic answer tvery hoiijv- 'f. c WJiosc WJWiiflf is m? i:x of3-fasJj6ncl clothes oc stiStfc -wathboard-anJ-trb 'Butbsc a Western Electric Wasjiftir and Vfenger and you crosscut, eliminate, wuoMng troubles. At n cost of nJJbut three cents a v.eJ: for current, your clothi are washed by electric itV ard w.t td eleaner-ajjetter easier than ever Nljciorc We can't teHiyou all about the magical machine here bufclf you call on us we'll e'iow yfu one -operate it and arrange, if you will, for a demonstra tipf? in your home. Cross out your washing troubles. Wosh Electrically. Let Us Tell You Howl BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER & Announcement SALE OF HIGH-CLASS Duroc Jersey Sows and Gilts to be held MARCH 7th, 1919 -by HILDABRAND BROS. riUSSELLVILLC, KY. Thli iifTerlng ri'pri'M'nls some of tlx- greiitent Ml Hint belong to Hie brood. Inlrrrileil pnrtleK rttt for ruUlogue. Attrsetlons ef Treves. It Is ns nu icclelaticnl city that Treiei Is pnrtlndnrly Interesting. In thst famous rntbinlrnl an- tho remains of 25 nrrhMsliops nnd elector nnd four Mstinpt. Ainotig Its trea.ures Is n legrndnry nnll frbm the ("ro'K. nnd . Hie fu3nu Holy C'ont, glwii llii'cnthe- .dral ty St. Helena, tu 1M1 an rihlld-"" Hon nf the font eltrncteil mere thnn iii.1,0ii pilgrims. Anolbrr attraction for pilgrims Is the grave of St. Mnt , thins III one of the ancient churches tho only grave of an apostle In t!tr I many. Good Broke MrarSate I will on, COUNTY COURT DAY, M 24 onday, Feb Sell 25 Head of Heavy Ohio Maies from 3 to 6 years old and weigh irom 1100 to 1300 pounds. ALL BROKE. This sale will be held at W. B. Burton's stable, rain or shine, beginning promptly at 11 o'clock a. m. If you need a good team, be sure and attend this sale. Joe H, Jordan Insurance on the tobacco.