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Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919.
The Flavor Lasts! the best buy for the price Migle Guard Against nittleenakes. Cuuiplng ml In n rattlesnake-Infest--rl dlstuct "with lie other protection for ono'ii bed than on encircling horse hslr lope umil'l nt give the nvernge Underfoot n fi cling of security. A photograph In Popular Mechanics Magatlne showed tun rnui;H'rn nmk Ins their on tho Western plains, lurrouudcil by nothing more stable than one of these rope, ns It Is well known In thnt region that ruttlcu:ikcs hare an uiiConiuerahl uerlon for crawling over a mpu of this kind. I lm The greatest five-cents worth of beneficial rail' 6eiedTiM-KePtniht refreshment llpl -rn possible 'foeet. vnwto vj. yr CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON "UOLL OF HONOR.' II. F. lludon. President. "J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. K. Champ, Cashier, V. O. Rigncy, Asst. Cachler. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. French "Immortals.'' The French ueailemy l the oldest of five uciulcmlc constituting the In stitute of Trance, having hivn found ed In 1(133. It Is composed of II) mem bers, elected for llfo and known at the "Korty Immortals." They rank n ilin leading Frenchmen of I heir time In literature. Their Judgment and decl Ioiih In ull disputed llteniry nutters sru Ilnal. THE NATIONAL BANK . OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STOMMES, Vice-Prest. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CIIAItLIE THOMPSON, Teller. HANDOLPH IIAItltIS, Individual Book-Kecper. HUGH MO I) LEY, General Book-Keepcr. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II. Swlncbroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. m (fySL -Old Clothe, to Mend." Chlnex. inerihnnta who wnnt n Mt of mending done never hnve to go very far, for there nre iioVdlcwnmen sented along the stnvt rencly to sew and mend. Sometime these worker fit on low kIooIn and sometimes on the sldcwnlks, hut there they alt sewing away hard, for I lie) never are short of patrons, Thre women ore generally the wives of IWhernien or boatmen i. ml nre glud to get the little "odds and end" of work tn help Increase the family lueoine. Progress. Material progress Is of value only In so fur a It usslsts lowurd the realization of liuuinn possibilities. In dustry and commerce and the social conditions, which are In a larze de cree depending upuii theiu, must be regarded from the Kilnt-of view of the Individual lueinher of society, and If they crump the life of the Individual, no amount of economic argument will suHlce to Justify them. ttMiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiimiiiimmiimiiU! A WAR CAKE Dy MARION WOHTHLCY. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? IC'oprtat ' ,! Mtiime .Nuws- u, r swidlcate ) "Theio m ii si 'y thing, I Jil't knew yon wxtHM iiim" out horrid." said I Mnrle ns she closed tin. oven ibsir I anil placid Ihe rake en the kitchen IriMe. ' "I 'o always lind bud luck when I Wr.nl (blurs to I especially Rood, lull lf nil llw fault of that flour Mi'i.ilmtp, and mollirr did wnnt me l tie II. Such n day for her to choo'o tn go In town Just when M.irk and I'Ml Garden nre coming from camp I" Marie Imd never tnel (lie Hill Gor don of whom sin spoke, hut she had seen him several limes, and ns he was. her brother's chum at camp, she was pinions that everything, herself In cluded, should look nllrartlve when he made his flrt vMt ; therefore her fret fnl remarks about a iwrfeclly good war cuke. Willi n resolution tn make the best of what she had, Mnrle whipped up n frosting for the cake, observed that It didn't look so bad lifter nil, nnd set It on a chair outside the kitchen door so, that Ihe Icing would he hard and coed In time for luncheon, Then she busied about and set the table fir three, us her moUiT would not b home until late. A hurried planre lit the clock showed her thnt she had Just 2i minutes In which tn dress before her brother and his thiiin were due. so with a hist look nround at tho snowy linen, clinmlne silver and the ulowlnc chrysanthemums In the center of the table, she enve a satis fied IbIi. and went to her room tn nake good cnoush better, as Mark used to tell her. Twenty minutes ami Mnrle returned anil Meped nutstde tlw door to set her cuke. What n sljht met her eyes! The rake was there, cer tainly, but perched on top of It, con tentedly hipping the frosting, rns fpus, u nelchlMjr's cat I Mnrle rrlcl out and made n diish for It but the culprit eluded her crnsp and sprang off the steps, running for Its life. And Marie, thoroughly angry, snatched up Ihe cake nnd hurled It aft er the animal, which win Hearing the corner of the house. "You horrid beostl" she cried nnd stopped short In amnrement for around Ihe corner came a )oung man In khaki Just 111 time to get Ihe enke squarely tn the face. "I win," cried a voice from the other side, nnd turning quickly Marie saw Murk, who had come from the opposite direction, stop tn astonishment. (Jood hea ens I sis," he said. "What ever have you been doing to I'lilll" Then he burst out laughing and 11) II. who had by now disengaged the sticky mess from his face, soon Joined Mm. but Marie, now that her first hurst of anger was over, stood dumb with em barrassment. Seeing this, Mark took a hand In the situation nnd Introduced his chum, eiplalnlng that they had raced to the door to see which was the nearest way lly the time Ihe tale was finished Marie had recovered her poise and amid much laughter told them the story of her war cake. "Hut," she ended, hlushlngly, throw ing n glance at Gordon, "I don't nl wnjs greet our callers that way, and If you will come In I think we will hnve our luncheon without the Ill-filled cake." Private Phil Gordon, catching n glimpse of curly, brown hnlr, bright eyes and elusive dimples, vowed that no mailer how she grcetnl others he would do his best o make her greet ing for him nlwnys cordial, and some time later, ns he found many occa sions to call. It proved cvejunore than cordial. FAMOUS DOGS LONG KNOWN Breed of St. Bernard Have Been Re nowned for Centuries for Their Special Work. The St. Hernanl pass Is of historical renown. It connects the valleys of the Rhone and the Horn Ilalleii. It was traversed by Roman legions thou sands of years ugo. In medieval times the pass served the armies of conquerors and the bands of merce naries. Naioleoii cros.ed the Alps at this point I" 1 The great monastery was built In tho middle of the sixteenth century. It uui maintained for the relief of Iraielers who were surprised by mow storms while crossing the puss. The SI. Bernard dogs were used to Unci the frozen victims of the storms In Ihe snowdrifts. They were specially trained for this work nt relief and carried the first aid to tho Injured In a little basket attached to their collars- These dogs rescued thousands of human beings, many of whom were of historic prominence. And for the first time In the history of this famous monnstery the dogs, during the wur, had tu be slaughtered for wunt of food. Boys Who "Make Good." I'robahly not 1 per cent of the suc cessful men In tho world Unlay gave any evidence of having great ability when they were "kids." The prodigies do not make god. The "exceptional" youngster In school seldom conquers after he has entered real life; but the plain fellow of common sense, slow to learn, stow to become enthused, .low to make companions und slow tu give them up tho fellow who sticks tu n job until It Is flnlnhed, that Is the fel low who In after life rules and reg ulates the affulrs of this little green Winning .... .4. POOR HEALTH Isahandi- cap that few t c-come when itrivtcA to win tncctH. f!ccdr.a!th h tip la wlrtftlij t (' bitil. Ithrmit itrtnftli, cnerlr cudwr net, power. tel. I art ttlpf ihoutanda to health and kipplne. Ihtr irtnlthni and hel weak, overworked ird itnnitd hi Jneyi and bladder, to that tho dr prodnriflj wart la carried exit of th lyera. They ttanUFi backache, thcumati palsa, utiTnraa, aoreneaa. Mlu Sara Weatofi, l?f KtihwauVea Street, TlelTldere, HU write! "I ant pleased to state Teley kidney PifW msJe reat diflereoea In re. I waa In irrat Mfioy. I could rot stoop djwn, aid when I tu down I had to era I up 17 t Ci, I waa so la.uc all orrr I stufered alvny. Nuw I It el Lie new peraon, atronirr and better In eveff war. Mr Ceneral health la fljlt Ir.proved. I can and do beamly recotn meistl I off Kidoey ('ills to all atsffcribl la the way I d.d. ' ' - STORMES DRUG STORE. THE WORLD'S OPINION. Notions arc not unlike Individuals. They must of necessity nttain and hold the Rood opinion of their fel lows. They must stand well before the world. Itight now America's standing is ace high. Let us help keep ij so. America went Into this world war more than anything else to retain her position before the wold. To main tain her honor iimong the nations of earth. Germany had outraged it; had scoffed at if, had put upon Uncle Sam every sort of humiliation. Hud dub bed us n nation of cowardly money chasers. Finally as n last straw she began mnkintr war upon inneccnt women and children. Sinking our vessels without wnrninjr; drowning Ameri cans wholesale. And the world had more or less bc irun to think rrctty much as Germany did. All thnt has been changed; swiftly, effectively, finally. Today the whole world takes off its hat to America. To our aggressiveness, our enter prise, our dash and courage and gal lantry, our sheer fighting strength and ability. It will be many a day before a for eign nation again attempts to tread upon the tail of our coat. They Know! And having won the world's good opinion let's hold it. Undo firm has extensive financial and moral obligations to meet. Ob ligations both nt home and nbrond. Obligations thnt nr imperative, vital, crucial. Obligations that, strange ns it may seem, arc largely to be met with cold rash. Dills that must be paid; loans that must be made in the final rescue and restoration of Europe. And as you and I nnd the millions of others, citizens of this republic, nre In truth America in the flesh, this is our obligation. Just ns It was our fight. Let's meet it in the same spirit we met the Hun. Let's take nil of this Victory-Lib-crty Loan. Whole Family Sick. "All of my six brothers nnd sister, as well as myself, have suffered since childhood from stomach and liver trouble and blonting. I thought it ran in the family and that I could never he cured, but, thanks to llayr's Wonderful ltemedy, since taking it nearly n year ago 1 have been enjoy ing the best of health and feci like a . v pcrtn. I have no trouble rem anything I ent." It is a simple harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes prac tically nil stomach, liver nnd intestin al ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. It. E. McROBERTS nnd DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. Cooties Are Dangerous. Cooties over there worried our soldiers anil made many of them sick. Uncle Sam fought the pests contin ually. Tree cooties, the San Jose Scale, worry fruit trees and make them too sick to produce good fruit. Spraying will kill these pests. If you do not know how to spray trees or to nix sprays get a Spray Calendar from the College of Agriculture at Lexing ton. A post card will bring it. DR. M. E. KING, M. D. And CHI-RO-PRAC-TOR Announces The Removal Of His Office From 1809 WEST BROADWAY To 510 STARKS BUILDING, Louisville, Ky. Office Hours 10 o 1 4 to 7. Office Phone City 2S2. The Bi o m e TOBACCO o use RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Thursday, our Floor Averaged $47.00 If it can be beat, we'll do it. - Stick With ' THE Home House r Salary of Chief Executive. The enmiiensatlnn of the president of the t'tilted Stnles Is filed by con gress, and may not be Increased or di minished during the existing preshlen. Ilnl term, that Is, any Increase or re duction of the salary or endowments of the office can only take efTocl at tho next term. The original salary of the office was $2.",000 n year. Increased In 1873 to $50,000, and In 1009 to $75,000. Devolved From Passing Idea. It win n passing Idea which gave tc the world the discovery of galvanic electricity, so useful In transmitting vocal or written language, Mme. Oul vnnl simply happened to notice the contraction of tho muscles of n skinned frog accidentally touched at tho mo ment tier husband took a spark from nn electrical machine, nnd that wai the whole thlngl COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE Terrible Suffering From Headache, Sideachc, Backache, and Weak ness, Relieved by Cardui, Says This Texas Lady. Goniales, Tex. Mrs. Xllnnls Phil pot, of this place, writes: "Five years ago I was taken villi a pain In my left Elde. It vm r!r"it ua Vr By left rib. It would coinmonco with an aching and extend up Into my left shoulder and on down into tny back. By that time the pain would bo co eevere I would have to lake to bed, anil Buffered usually about three days ...I suffered this vray for three years, and got to bo a mere nlccleton and vriu to weal; I could hardly Bland alone. Was not ablo to go anywhere and had to let my house work go... I suffered awful with a pain In. my back and I had the headache all tho tlmo. I lust was unable to do a thing. My ltfo was a misery, my EtomacU got In an awful condition, caused from taking so much medicine. I suffered fo much pain. I had just about given up all topes of our Getting anything to help me. Ono clay a Birthday Almanac was thrown lu my yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car dui, and am so thankful that I did, for I began to Improve when on the second bottle. ..I am now a well woman and feeling tlno and tha cure has been permanent for It has been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend Cardui." Try Cardui today. E 78 g ball. Exchange.