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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, 'Mch 13 1919.
IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS ? Kdlntr rtlssass la nn rrspctr of pr sons. A majority of tils KRllrtlnx tropin today can be trcd back to Inney trouble. Tli kidneys r th most Important or cans of th. bodr. Tti.r srs tho flutters, the purlflers, of your blood. Kidney dle In usually Indicate.! by wearlntss.' sleeplessness, nsrrousnees, daspontlftncy, backache, itomarh trnu ble. pain In loins nn.l lower abdomen, call stnnes. s-rael, rheumatism, sciatica, and lumbago. All theso deranirementi nre nature' ftljrnalji to warn you mm in, m'uiejn neeii neip. iou snoum uib MKI1A1. llaatlem OH Capsules IIUl.U tin ins- dlately. The sonthln-, hralliiK il "I'm iilatea the kldneja, r-1le" Inlln ha tlnm and destroys tlio perms en.ci have rauaed It. Do not w ill unt'l to morrow, tin to your dnntKlst lo.t iv and Insist nn 1IOL.U 1II:UAI, llaa.ltm OH Capsules. In tw.nty-fouf hour you should feel health nn I vlKor returning and will birrs they day you first heard of H)U lti:tAt llaarlrm Oil. After ou feel that you have cured yourself, continue to take ens or two capsule each day to as to keep ll first-class condition and ward off the danger nf other attacks. Ask for the original Imported ClOLU MKliAL brand. Three sites. Money re funded If they do not help you. MIIIMillltMHHIM Through the -Looking Glass By EVELYN NESUIT $ .HIIHMIIIIIHIIIII!M 3CIIE EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I am ready to do your typewriting. I take shorthand dictation and can come to your office any evening or after, banking hours. ' Oif ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate your services. HUGH MOBLEY. inczie Jl UNION, Sir. J. T. McQuerry's family liu-c nil about recovered from the flu. Mr. anil Mrs. Tom Hurt nml chil dren visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Stanlcy"Varson is improving nicely, his many friends will be glad to know. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Roberts and daughters visited her parents-Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall, Monday. Misses Brunette and Renn Hawlcy visited their brother, Mr. Charles Hawley nnd family Friday. Miss Nannie It a 11 has returned home after a two weeks visit with her grand mother, Mrs. Belle Ross. Mrs. Sam Tankcrsley and little daughter, Emma Hello were guests of her aunt, Mrs. Dellc Ross, Sunday. R. F. Parson recently. Messrs Abra Hall nnd CIcll Tan kersley were with their great grand mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tankcrsley on her ninety-first birthday. Mr. Ollie Starns who arrived from overseas and received an honorable discharge has been visiting his uncle Mr. Sam Hall and family. Mr. l'ettus Bently who has been ttationed at Camp Greeleaf, Ga., has -received an honorable discharge and returned. His many friends are glad to see him again. Mr. 'McKinley Matthews of Buck eye, Miss Laura Hall, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Roberts and daughters were the week-end visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'. II. Hoskins near Wallacetown last week. Time Fiddling. There Is a lot of tlmo llddled nwny i.i this wiirld, one way and iinotlier, I . gimd'peoplo who have thf best of l'itrt:tlnn. We will venture- to nVsert, .1 'tig this line, that more time Is Ad dled nwoy by folks who peel: nt lan than In any other manner. Al ...it everybody Is seized at rocic stago . hi life with a desire to add an other tnnguc to his own. but It uunl ly results In nothing more than time trusted. Japanese as Qym.iast. Nearly all Japanese "soldiers are ex pert iryiunnsts. nnd every harrnck lin n gymnasium So well tralneil arc they that In Ies, than half i minute they can scale a wall 14 feet high hy sim ply leaping on each other's shoulders, one man sustaining two nr threo others. DON'T LET A COLD KIP YOUAT HOME Dr. Kln4'3 New Discovery almost never falls to brlnfl quick relief Small desc3 oscs in awliila and that throat-tcarinj, l-splitting cough toon quiets down. Another dose ana a hot bath before jumping into bed, a Good sl:cp, and luck to normal in the lucrninr. Vr. Kn'j I'cvr Blscovcryis well sn?m. lor Cry years it's been relieving coughs, colds and bronchial attacks. For fifty years it has been toli by ilruggistj everywhere. A r;!bMj remedy that you yourself crany nembcrcf yourfamilycan take safely. TSlEThoseStubborn Bowels ltlp nature take its course, not wi'b a vi.il.nt, habit-forming nurga live, but with gentle but certain and mt-iral-laxative. Dr. King's New Life l'!!la. Tonic in action, it stimulates the i horccls.ScMLrdnijgUscvaywhcre. Try to De Agreeable. We should wisely cultivate the -iri of lulng ngreealile, not only In the company of our business associates or tluiM- persons whom we meet socially but In nur own houei ns well. Ily thui deporting oursehes we shall find life more pleasant nnd people In gen eral tho heme folks In particular more considerate. On the other hand. If we continue to think only of our r'lves we shall find life n trjlng af fair. Ilxohnnge. It Is a. secret a dreadful secret and friend husband must not know. If mllndywould he n rndlrnl. let her bo a radical. It's part of the trend of the times tn have liberal Ideas nnd plans fur reform ing the world. Hut Here Is whero the rub comes In. So many mllrdles of radical twlt feel they nmt en force their radi calism hy freak I s h .behavior ltndlcnllsm turns in a n y women's heads and, ln, stead nt fighting ncthcly for tho catie, they mere ly parade for tho roust. So It happens, cigarette-smoking. bohbed-hnlr females 1ms sprung up of Inle. with talks about new Mens, the vote, fret- verse nnd divers nther sub jects. Hut ns for doing things, these women linvp no lime for that. They nro too busy flaunting what they be Ilevi' to be the badges of radicalism. They Just wear radical dresses with mannish collars nn.l cuffs, and learn lfcct wa, maie ,CI1 they had been win iu iiiiiw riimut ruiK" ui iiut'rmrou teus. These occupations leave them no time for action. So they forget the real purixne of the Ideas they claim to bellee In. The women who nro really working for world progress nro the quiet wom en who do not smoke nnd do not dress "radically." They nre the good worn-e-liii are bringing up their children properly, the teachers, the wnniiin writers nnd business women. Tho women who nre too busy with their that u crop nf CAPT. LANG Holds Altitude Record. English Aviator Had Reached Height of Five nnd Three Quarter Miles. Chief boners for nltitudc f.ight an aeroplane belong to l'n t. I.nng, the British Koynl Air t'otri, who nn .iniiuary 2, rcad.td the record height i VSO.uOO feet, in more than live and i Tree-quarter liiihs. ' he feat w.ts performed from Manleshall, near Ipswich, Kngland, in n two-seater !! plane fitted with nn engine of British design nnd make. I'rcvious'y the tilt i tude record luid been held by Cnpt. R. W. Schroedcr, nn American pilot, who nscentled from the Wright aviation field Inst September 18 to a height of lie, 000 feet and ascended near Can ton, Ohio. Cnpt. Ijing carried I.ieut. Blowers as n passenger ami observer. Both men were frostbitten during the flight nnd when it wns over, having had the hardihood to disclose what he hail done, Cnpt. Ijihi: was arrested for the olfense of talking of the details with out the authority front his superiors, They started the flight in modernte weather. At 'J.000 feet the tempera ture had ttropped below freezing. A height of 25,000 feet was made in thirty eight minutes nml twenty Fcconds, nnd the rending of .10, ,100 and fifteen aloft sixty-six minutes seconds. At 20,000 feet, feeling faint, I.ieut Blowers turned on the oxygen sup ply, nnd again, nt 211,000 feet, he tried to give himself extra oxygen, without relief. Then he found that the pipe connecting with the oxygen bottle had been broken by the vibra tion of the mnchine. lie tried to nBtify Capt. Lang of their plight, but 1 work to have time for pnrndmg are I collapsed before he could pass n wnt the women who nro making tho world I ten message to him, and I-nng, who CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF 'LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON "ROLL OF HONOR.' B. I". Hudson, President. W. V. Champ, Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, J. .1. Wnlker, V, I'res. W. O. Illgney, Awt. Cnchlcr. Mrs. N. C. Ilnmilton, Clerk. drive tho smnll propellers connecting the petrol tank mid the oil pump, and, of course, tho engine stopped and the descent bcgnn. On his way down Lieut. Blowers re gained consciousness nt n height of 10,000 feet. He had to go to a hos pitnl on landing, with frozen hnnds nnd toes. Cnpt Jjing had his fingers nnd face frostbitten, Easily Arranged. A woman InvlUd IM to nunc nml o. htr. lie nsked If she had a lltlln boy to piny with him. nnd she said no. lie thrn nslnl If she would Ilka to have a little boy, and when she snhl es IM replied: "My mamma will tell stork Unit bronzht me tn Irr to bring you a llltle !." better and cleaner. So discard your cigarettes nnd trou serettes, and get to work. If you would nchlce something worth while. Plant Flowering Shrubs Now Flower. n hruti nre talu.tMf JunJ. iK-ap rn.iterlul. They nre ecnrmmlCAl tecJUMi they mattir rapMly A pood collection will (.rrvent th Kraalest nrlty ft color thmupjut tha lenson both In flower, folia k ml brrif W ho mrr 100 vi rlstlcs !e rllM-d In our ratnlot at, mhlch lll ht ant fr on request. SENSIBLE COLLARS ON COAT WBSS Draw II Check for the money ouov e and note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has mi account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co They know he Is doing business in a buslrrss like way. Better opep such on account even it jour alfairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ilslssiLVinkLliHHEHBflKMffSfil Fear of Return of High and Stiff. Wired Chokers It Grcundlcts, According to Report. Now that the war has taught women not only how to dress their feet, but I how to ue them, the new boiwnts nre." ' nbout to glte a lesson In what to do about collars. For the very low col- ' lars nnd open throats hae been comfortable and nlmost universally becoming that mot women have reso lutely forgotten the days of hlsh, tight- , fitting things of bones, wires nnd scratches width tried tempers and cer tainly marred looks, notes n writer In the New York Hun. The boxciiat demands a waistcoat. The waistcoat calls for n collar, so here we are facing the solution of tho collar question. And there Is a new neck line called thi double line. It Is achieved by placing one mnterlnl above the other, as, for Instance, a vestee of dark blue Brocade has an up per lino of blue georgette over the brocade which stops at least four Inches under tho top line nnd Is edged with u brighter blue ucross tho top. This will do lery nicely for tho front. Mid In the biuk n slight collar of tho brocade finishes off the collarless box coat nt the neck. ' Again, the straight, round military ' tolhir which no often npiears on these little coats calls for no further finish, as often It Is braided In tho most mili tary effect or made of fine elvtt or brocado; or, again, a band of fur high and straight uround, something lk the long ago "chin chin" things. There Is no fear of tho stiff little honed anil wired collar returning. However, the high collar Is very Miiart there Is nn doubt about that but it has wonderful modifications. All of the lied Cross workers, the 1. M. C. A., motor corps girls nnd oth er hard-working women so persistent ly demanded this sort of collar that It seems to bo the mark of efllclenry, and well-dressed women hnvo uvoldcd the other, nt least In working hours. To the rest of us, though, frills are very dear, .also very becoming. j had not been seriously affected, keut mounting the machine, in Ignorance 1 of the mishap of his obcrver. Uing's first notion uf trouble cu mi nt a height of HS.OOO feet, when his, heating apparatus acted erratically. (At 29,000 feet he was nware of the shortage of oxygen, but he wns out for a record that would stand, and ' kept on. It does not nppenr how high ho might have flown if be had been unchecked, but at .10,500 feet the pet- ' rol could not reach the engine, the prcssurs of the air being too slight to Both Phones Crescent 52 ISt Mathews BJM S I 117 Mssssssl t-r.i.iiin Washington's Hair In Ring. A slj.net ring roiilnlrrlnsf locks of hair of (iisirge Washington bns Iiphi added tn the collection of relics of Alexandria Washlnctou lodge t Ma sons, N. xs. In Alexandria, Vn. Th ring, which was the properly of Mrs. Martha IVIer, granddaughter of Mar ian un-uingion, rontnius seierai iotks of U'n-liliikMon- imlr f reddish brown mixed wllli gray. It la In scribed "A. Hamilton, 170S." Abigail Hamilton wns the grandmother of the donor. Plants Affected by Sun. Some itmiirkublK nrlatbms In plant structure ami tutor from exiKwuro to the sim til different hours of the day hnve bet ti broitsht to the notlm of tho Iloynl Microscopical Society of Kng land by 'l. II. 1- llnwsou. In flowers if the eoiutnoti nasturtium troparoluui innjtis the low sun of the early morn ing developed jellow coloring matter, the middle sun of midday stimulated he t Inlets, Miles ami purples. The col or of the foil nre and lohlng tit the leaves also changed. Skilled In Tine Work. One of the trades cnlllng for the grenlest skill Is the making of com- isisses. This work hnd neer been nmlerlnken by women until dilution of labor became necsry. Of tlt Infi nite number nf delicate parts demand ing absolute accuracy, women hnve succeeded In making all but two nr three and even lne will shortly l tn the'r trisllt. iffWrTMiir i MiLvaaarTaTsww'ctiatr.f THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capflal $50,000. Surplus 430,000. A.-R. DENNY, President. J. E. STOItMES, Vicc-Prest. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CIIAUUE THOMPSON, Teller. RANDOLPH HAIUUS, Individual Book-Keeper. HUGH MOBLEY, General Book-Keeper. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. N WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swlnebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. ' Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. STUNNING SPRING MODEL Varv ehle la thla hat- ana of tha litest spring modl with uncurl Mtrtoh ornamanU, 1 Jr6J 1J I I I VT W VAIV-W-HEAD MEANS BUVJL Revised Prices The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enables the Buick Motor Company to establish the following prices on the various Buick models, effective January first, 1919. These prices will hot be changed during our present dealers' selling agreements. Three Passenger Open Model H-Six-44 - $1495 Five Passenger Open Model H-Six-45 - - 1495 Four Passenger Closed Modcf H-Six-46 - 1985 Five Passenger Closed Model. H-Slx-47 - - 2195 Seven Passenger Open Model H-Six-49 - 1785 Seven Passenger Closed Model H-Six-50 . 2585 KINNAIRD BROS, Agents. LANCASTER, KY.