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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 31, 1919
31 ICZZ1C Have Tour Tires Eetreaisd J 31 We use the Dry-Cure Vulcanizing pro cess of retrcading-not half sole-and can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3300 MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outs. Any make of tire. Phone 798. The Danville Buick Go n L. R CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. DC 31 II IE DC 31 IE mm Diaw A Check fur the money jiiiinvi- mill tioli: how much more res loct fully mir rrt-illtiirs re L'nril yon. They liki: to do Itnsinuss with n mini who has mi iiirouiit at the Giturd Back & TTruil Co They know he I. doing business In n'Cbu.icf m hke y. Ilettrr nprn such in account even it jour atfsirs src not Urge. The will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Company Magazine Gun Teeth. The elephant ha" ln n dehllt rails "mncHZlrii sun lis-th" l.ofiiusc of lti curious fnrt that when the big pnrhydi-rm wi-ars off n front tooth It I replaced by the one Just behind It. the whole row moving up n tistlh It Is MM lhl tales .lr. continually, so Jumbo always It cunrniili-.il n set of teeth, ho matter how tunny he wenr out. I Coed Pract ce In Banking. A loinl,.r I t,lio ." lluil In loan In moncv lo' iiUo u-; s nhout n man's Miff. I - II M'lllTT lines- she of ten run the fiiinllv lliiHiirlnl tirTolt against Iot husband's Judgment? T'n tuinlcr t su-ph lout of tt nt sort of ninn. You iiihv HiIiih wln-n a woman I vcrv prominent soi-hill) she helps" lo r liii-l.iin.l I. nt til (whirr dome" It. li V. Howe's Monthly. r We Offer DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY (H4Uhstr First Mortgage Collateral Trust 6 Bonds Duo July 1. 19-19 Price 100 and Interest Yielding Cn James C. Willson & Co. 210 S. FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE. KY. Attention Lamb Shippers, To assure prompt movement of nil live tock from Contra! Kentucky points on tlu" Louisville ami Nashville Knil Komi, arrangement have just been coniileteil for the handling of live tock from stations between Kow land ami Hirlininml, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leav ing I.exinKtun nt K:.15 IV M. Scheilule is ns follows, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. l.v Itowhuid Ky 11:45 A.M. l.vviilbert Ky 12:01 I'. M. l.v, Uncnster Ky 12:15 V. M. l.v. Hyattsvillc, Ky 12:45 1. M. l.v Point Leavell Ky 12:55 1. M. I.v Taint I.ick Ky 1:31 T. M. l.v Silver Creek Ky 2:00 I'. M. I.v Duncntinon Ky 2:25 I1. M. I.v Fort Kstill Ky 2:40 I'. M. Arltlchmond Ky 2:50 P.M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. I.v Iilchmond Ky 4:00 1'. M. I.v lleil House Ky 4:30 1'. M. Ar Winchester Ky 4:45 I'. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 60. l.v Winchester Ky 4:45 I'. M. I.v Wyandotte Ky 5:09 1'. M. Lv Avon Ky 5:21 I'. M. I.vKenwick Ky 5:20 I'. M. I.v Montrose Ky 5:55 1'. M. Ar Lexington Ky 0:30 I'. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 I.v LexltiKton Ky 1. M. Ar Louisville K 4:00 A. M. The Unurbou Stock Y'lid". I locateil on the rails of the L. ami X. I!. H. ut Louisville, anil live stock can be placed for unloading; h"tediately upon urrlsi. thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling; Central Kentucky ship pers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Lit. Stack la Louisville, Iho Soulh's Grst..t MsrWl. THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LACE FROCK IN FAVOR IN PARIS carrier the same. In no- nolo us the Into, Die Trench woman will wear something Hint will provide n contrast ntnl tone tip the entire costume. Tin' contrasting note will lo) found usually In the hut or the innlerlnt combined with the lace. A" Muck and white It nt prevent the tnot popular eoinblmi' Material Is Considered One of I""" ' i'n the imt u fn-nnentiy of Most Important tor After noon Wear. DARK SILK ORtSSES PASSE Gowns Considered Sufficiently Elab orate for Daytime Functions, If Cmbroldered or Otherwise Em. bellished, Are Pawing Out. Dram lllc. Aivloxli.iliK ami .Monte 'a rlu are prini'lpnl poliilH of Inlerevt mi the fii-lilnii proKriitii, I'nrU. nhlili li to kii) nil of fiiidiloliiililo I'alli. hut lietnl.eii llilf to the xiuiirt rt'-orti In r'niliee. Mi It N lienMiry In follow ilox l), ii-fM rtu n prominent New York a-lil..ii writer. If one In to kep III touch with the hili-t ileelopiiiints In dreM. AlHuyn on the alert. TiirN ttateliil lo the rMiei. but ninny of the best people- were iilment iiimI the lnlilllii-lli- fulled the ilromiiki-rH ul the hint mo ment, mi that there were fewer new frofkM tluili b.ld be.-tl experted. lllli pity uioit of tin- troiihlew are over and the hel hoiie hnte protnNi-d Inter-e-tlni: mid luiMirtnnt fh:ihi;e-(. How eer, We lire lel to KIH- what the I halites are to be. thoiiL-h a few of the model vlo miiiio linporlant ilewM and the nxiiriini e Hint whatever Uie rhnticei may be one limy be rertinii I ill I they will be IllliTi-.llllC. The ilegiitxe of II, e pre-war tni letlrn Is repenteilly lllellt lotieil mill there l i'itj liidli atlon that i-m-ii-tiially the inori- elaborate manner of drelns will return. Lai-e, wiiiih hi lohi; Mine Im-i-ii illsi-iirdeil. Is eon -id- red one of Ibe ttimt Important lll.'ltl- rhils for iifterniMiii wear. Man) ami (-ontlii'tln wt-re the coin lllellt" oil ll l.e lit die rales, but in plte of iiiUitm- opinion it was noted that ns the dajs pHi-,1 , j- mill t In" millers bad an opor!Uhlty of how Ihtf new- models the lace ilress4-s In-reiiM-il In numbers. An all line froek wiih rohtemptii-ou-l referred to us ii Im-e eurtalti, but hewrtheless the dress whs re-iH-nted biter by other women. The widely illviTtliik- lew In re irard ti the use of laee are to be ex-perti-d. for there Is no more dlttlcult lack tulle, either with rnwui or para' dlv. Two of Ibe hmartest dressi-s of lara nt Monle Carlo were In blaik, as were the bills whlih were worn with them. In both of theo drosses the lure ill-oil In the skirl principally and Hie v.lt was of lurfi'la with n toiuli of l.t-e. 'runh-s are as prominent a" oer In the sihoiuo of the hire dresH, hut the lne rem he" utmost to the bottom of the foundation skirt. The dark llk ilrrsse" i-ouslib-nd sullleleiilly i-labonite for any after noon affnlr If embroidered or other wise i-mlH-ltlshtsI M-eui tn be paKsin-; it. at least for the xummertime. Jenny use" Chaiilllly hue In a larfi nay, that I" to nay, In iiinntllli-s ami In lilac spate". A blark sntln and i! This creation I. . combination of rich I " ,, . .... ,. . i worn, rrom this t all-over cream lace and gold and blue-flowered chiffon. Hat Is of black, glased Milan, with great yel low organdie rose. material to handle, und If used the frock Is Mire to be either a decided kiui-exs or a miserable failure. Tarls l kurely correct when follow. Iuk It" usual rule of no it dolue thliiKs by half-way measures. It selects tlio widest laces possible and drupes tbeiii out soiucthlui: ilurk to Kite the pat tern the best nilninlut'e. Other mod els Illustrate the use of liluck und while Chuntllly, used In the same dress wllh u most refreshlni: effect. New Models Favoring Lace. ('allot, Cherult und I'lirre llullot ure all uiukliiK use of iuanlitles of lace In the summer models, width they always show In mldseuson for the benefit of their lesldent TurW clien tele. French women have ulwuyt been purtlal In luce for afternoon wear and know how tn wear It to the best ad vautuce. Where the American woman Ii proue lu place with It a hat that An organdie embroidered summer skirt with a flesh georgette blouse with Vat lace. The hat Is maline with a robin's egg blue raffia crown a fine summer outfit. black hue frock by her I" typical of the prouiillm: mode iti more wa" than one. It carries the harem hem, the almost sleeveless boillre Mini the nlppisl ln n 1st II ii,- with the fullness hul:iriu both below and aboe. To all Intents and purposes the dress Is of bu-e. with the pattern In the sweo I nt; curves common to t'hnntilly. He low the wulst there Is ii full peplum and the sutlti I" drapisl ns h searf oer the shoulders, formlnc the otilv sleeves there are anil fulling strabrht to the hem nt the front, lenvln; an open spnee showing the lace, hoout eight Inches wide. In the center. Drapery and Plaiting. , Several striped dresses In tnffetn 'have been noted thut show the slime f nrrantement of drapery over the shoulder and one a bit on that order Is miirvetoiisly constructed of lire , plaiting, Variation I" found In the I way the plaiting Is looped up at tin' sides s n moditted pannier effect. Across the front of the upper part the plaits are held In closely, like a girdle, and at each side allowed to fall loose ly lu a large loop. Prccoll shows ii Chartreuse colored frock with the skirt draped In Chan I tllly und the girdle forming vvlng-llke loops nt the side, giving the desired I width. t On the whole hew models are rather scarce, suggesting that the best known makers are not averse to holding bixk as many of their creations as they i may for later In the season. I Whether by accident or following the lead of Tarls, a well-known Amer ican designer turned out lately a harming afternoon dress of organdie and blink net, bearing out Ibe asser tion that silks are no longer absolute- I ly necessary In the construction of the reception und dinner frock. The entire gown was of Kretuh blue organdie draped with the net In tunic fashion and edged with black lure. If either thl" froek or the luce frocks noted at the races are any Indlt-atlon, the chemise dress Is on the wane, for each one Is marked by a decided waist line mid both show sashes tied In huge bows nt the back. All the late models by lleer point tn .the fact that the Muring tunle over :i tighter foundation will continue In I favor. Redlngotes Are Coming Dack. Cloth dresses In nsllngote style con tinue to appear and are quite the uc- wool dresses are the Indications are that the reillugote will be among the uuttimn models when they make their appearance on this side, ltcilingotes were Introduced two or three seasons ago. At the time they did not make tiny deep Impression, but ure now rather surer of success, as any sug gestion of being extreme will be out of the question, und they are undoubt edly smart. Afc the longer Jncket Is rather sure of being the proper thing this fall, one may have the same trouble as former ly In trying to tell u dress, from a coat or the reverse. All authorities agree mi fur on the wider hip line and the accentuated fullness about the hips, aud this Is to be found In the routs and suit Jack ets, as well as In the frocks, where It has been seen principally so far. Jenny Is very active In turning out sulls, as It appears that the dolman and even the rape are slightly less In demand aud It Is anticipated that the ault will take U place to a certain extent. ' IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS KMny fHfls It nn rfdpt-ctcr nt iir on. A majorttr of the HIh amir tine people to.Iay can b traced bark to klriner trouble. Tim kidney a art tha mott Important orKan of th body. They are tha Atterera, the purlllcra, of your blood. Kidney dlfaits. la uimally IndlmlM by wenrlnrm, aleeplfwanroa. nenrouineaa, deapondMiey, backache, atomach trou tie, pain In lotn.i and lowar aid men, rnli h tones, Kravel, rheumatlam, actatlca und lumbago. All theie dtvanfremeot ara nature' MKnalA to warn you that tha kldnya nerd help. You ahould ua QOtAt M KIM I t Haarlem Oil Capsules linme dlately. Tha anothlnar. heallnK oil atlm ii In Leu the kidney relieve inflarnma tlona arnl deatroya the trerrnn which have caused It Do nnt w-alt until to morrow, tlo to your drutrglxt today ar It. elm on (JOLdJ MKU-VL, Haarlem Oil CapfluleM. In twenty. four hours you should feel health and vl(Cr returning and will Mean the day you flrat heard of CO 11 MIIIMIj Haarlem Oil, After you feel that you have cured youraetf, continue to take one or two otxpeulefi each day, so aa to keep M flmt'Clwn condition and ward oft the tlamrer of other attack Aak for the original Imported GOLD MElAlj brand. Three ulae. Money re funded It they do not help you. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR Thu Chevrolet Motor Car is up-to-date in every respect. IJuilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. Testing Tea. If Jon wish to test the purity of ten take n table knife and a sheet of white paper upon which rub the ten with the knife. When the leaves are pow dered the paper Is dusted clean and lis surfai Mimlh'-d. If the ten I" ar tificially colored, streaks of vivid Trussluu blue will appear. The Gum Tree. The Australian eucalyptus, or, ns It I" commonly called, the gum tree, ha" been grown successfully In many countries, nnd In New- Zealand It 1ms been found thut It" growth Is, In fa vorable spots, faster than In Australia, in ltrnill the authorities recognize Its value for timber. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Oltice Phone 18. Lancaster, Residence Plume 33. Kentucky. NOTICE ON AND AFTER July 1st, 1919 I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. Now being good Law-abiding citizens "that you are", I ask you to please do your duty by call ins as early as you can, and avoid the rush, so you can get in, within the time prescribed by the law, for listing your property. Very Respectfully, A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County.