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TRY SOLACE AT -OUR. EXPENSE
Money Back for any case of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai
Solace Fails To Remove.
SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi
cal discovery of three German Scien
tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals
and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to
take, and will not affect the weakest
Good Service. Prices Right, stomach.
Phone 354-A. Jt 's guaranteed under the Pure Food
T nnra?ter - - Kentucky. and Drugs Law t0 be absolutelv free
Lancaster, - - rveiuuitty. f rom opiate3 or harmful drUK3 of any
Dr. Wm. D. Pryor,
(Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.)
Office at Raineys Livery Stable.
Lancaster. -- -- Kentucky
Who So Ever Will.
Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT
and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street.
The Old Reliable Barber.
R.m to 12. lp.m. to 4.
Stormes' Drug Store
33- F. "W-AXJTJER.
Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky
QUESTION CLEARED. UP. .1
Lancaster Readers Can No Lwger
The Prospects For A Tobacco Market In
Lancaster And The Advantages To
Be Derived Therefrom.
U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician
Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SOLACE is a pure specific in every
way, and has been proven beyond ques
tion to be the surest and quickest rem
edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to
medical science, no matter how long
standing. It reaches and removes the
root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and
purifies the blood.
THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek
are the Sole U. S. Agents and have
thousands of voluntary testimonial let
ters which have been received from
grateful people SOLACE has restored
to health. Testimonial letters, liter
ature and FREE BOX sent upon re
qnest. R. Lee Morris, president of the First
National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote
the Solace Company as follows:
"I want you to send a box of Solace
to mv father in Memphis. Tenn., for
which I enclose $1. This remedy has
been used by some friends of mine
here and I must say its action was won
derful. (Signed) R. L. Morris.
Put up in 25c, 50c and SI. boxes.
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AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY
TAKING SOLACE. "No Special
Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST
SOLACE ALONE does the work.
Write today for the free box, etc.
SOLACE REMEDY CO.,
Battle Creek. Mich.
Oakdale Herd Of
Royal blood and splendid individuality.
A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale.
J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky
W. M. ELLIOTT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220.
H. J. PATRICK,
All Work Guaranteed.
Paint Lick, Kentucky
8 to 12 a. m.
Office Hours j
I K. Dbhb5 ana 1 A. Wheeler
Doctors Of Dental Surgery.
Office: Stormes Building ovei Hurt A. Ander
son's Furniture Store.
John White & Co
I LOUISVILLE. KTV
t Buy a Farm,
IF YOU WANT TO - Sell a Farm,
( Sell at Auction
I will give you rock-bottom prices on
50 Choice Farms.
See Me or Tonch the Live Wire.
W. T. KING,
LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY
Fill up those vacant spaces in the
orchard with some good fruit trees.
It is never too late to start In the
fruit business, enough at least for the
Good, young apple trees come high,
but the poor ones are dearer than
any other kind.
There will be a very heavy demand
for trees next spring, and late orders
will certainly be unfilled.
Five feet apart is about the right
distance for the currant and goose
ben y bushes. Do not crowd.
If you want a fine, early yellow
peach, put two or three Triumph
trees In your next nursery order.
Wood ashes aro valuable to spread
around fruit trees for small fruits and
vegetables; they should not be
The root louse often causes apple
scab, and ashes or lime around the
trunk will stop the ravages of the
Expert orchardists recommend seed
ing the orchard to crimson clover
or rye to be plowed down the follow
While apples do not rank high as
pig feed It Is best to give them to the
pigs rather than to let them rot un
der the trees.
The peach makes a good stock for
some variety of plum. It has a larger
and stronger root system than most
The climate and conditions that are
best for the apple are best for the
human family. Both thrive best in
the temperate zone.
In heeling in trees remember to
cover tne tops as wen as me roots.
Rabbits can bark heeled-ln trees as
easily as those planted in the orchard
Hoin ii Tumis.
Tr. uU Jos bow acg
for wUr prico Hit
aaa rax an acta.
J A BEAZLEY
Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27
j School for Teachers
w " truing iv uraaiHT,
late, mediate and Un fltuji cv.
Ulfcaa, Talla In all Public
School! of Keatockr. Special
want, a a icer.ew
Cov.'wa. Tal Uon Free to A p
DOfBteea. Two nlendld dor.
mitotic, Dew neaeiocnooi. new traaiag Dauainr.
lleete!ioel,o'frxtietorajrteoltir, a well aqalppcd
rrmaariam. Dmertw Sdeoee. rir.l Term bejUi Sep
tember". Seeooi Term KoremberW; Thtrt Term Jaourr
T. Peart Term April 7, Sammer School opoaa Jooe It,
Calalorae free. ....... w.
J. O. CRABBK, PresUent. ,
County Court Days.
Lancaster, Garrard county, fourth
Stanford, Lincoln county, second
Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday.
Richmond, Madison county, first
Carlisle, Nicholas county, second
Lexington, Fayette county, second
Georgetown, Scott county, third
Danville, Boyle county, third Mon
day. Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county,
Nichclasville, Jessamine county, third
Winchester. Clark county, fourth
Versailles, Woodford county, fourth
Cynthiana, Harrison county, fourth
Frankfort, Franklin county, first
Again and again we have read of
strangers in distant towns who have
been cured by this or that medicine.
But Lancaster's pertinent question has
always been "Has anyone here in Lan
caster been cured? The word of a
stranger living a hundred miles away
may be true, but cannot have the
same weight with us as the word of
our own citizens, whom we know and
respect, and whose evidence we can so
I. D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford
Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I can
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for
they did me a lot of good. I had weak
kidneys and the kidney secretions were
irregular in passage. My back pained
me. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills
strengthened me in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United Sta
tes. Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Facts Of Interest About Hookworm Disease
In a recent issue of the Winchester
Democrat, Dr. I. A. Shirley of the
State Board of Health, who attend
ed the Conference of Sanitary Work
ers in the Southern States at Little
Rock, Arkansas, recently, give3 the
following facts which are of interest
to the people all over Kentucky.
1st, It is the firm belief of every
one engaged in the work of improving
sanitary conditions in the South so as
to make it possible to prevent disease
and make life longer and healthier,
from the Administrative Sanitary
Secretary in Washington to the field
men on the firing line, that no greater
work has ever been undertaken since
that of the meek and lowly Galilean.
2nd. That eradication of the hook
worm disease and not amelioration is
not only possible but that nothing
short of this will suffice the work or
3rd. The same story came from all
parts of the Southland of well nigh
4th. The belief, born of experi
ence, that no other disease holds its
unfortunate victim so long as hook
worm disease; that no other disease
makes the one afflicted with it for
such a length of time a menace to
those around him; that no other dis
ease of equal magnitude is so surely
and speedily curable.
5th. That no other diseace shows
such a variety of symptoms and some
times no symptoms at all, as hook
6th. That while as a rule it is to be
found where the sanitary conditions are
the worst; that is, where the privies
are not water tight and fly proof, yet
it is found under better surroundings
sufficiently often to make it the
imperative duty of every, one who
leaves ideal environments for even a
short time to seek examination lest the
monster disease, like a thief in the
night steals a march upon him, to be
diagnosed when it may be everlastingly
in. nooKworm carriers, persons
harboring very few Worms and
positively withoat symptoms, except,
occasionally, indigestion, are among the
most dangerous members of the
community as propagators; hence the
duty that everybody owes to them
selves and the community to be ab
solutely certain that they are free from
8th. That from the 'examination of
more than 30,000 people from 118
counties our own beloved State is found
to be one of the most heavily infected,
and we earnestly hope for such a coop
eration of our fighting facilities, county,
municipal and individual, that ere long
it can be truthfully said that Kentucky,
the flower of the constellation of South
ern states, is for one, at least, free
from this blighting curse.
9th. That every citizen who has not
already done so, should secure a copy
of the Bulletin of the State Board of
Health from its office in Bowling Green,
telling about this disease and should
submit the necssary specimen so they
can know whether the have it or not.
Fields seeds at wholesale prices
direct to the consumer.- I have a
full line of choice field seeds and
can save you money on your Win
ter and Spring supply.
Write me for price list and sam
ples. W. Bush Nelson,
Lexington, Kentucky, j
If You Have Scalp Or Hair Trouble,
Take Advantage Of This Offer.
We could not afford to so strongly
endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and
continue to sell it as we do, if it did
not do all we claim, it will. Should our
enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic not give entire satis
faction to the users, they would lose
faith in us and our statements, and in
consequence our business prestige
We assure you that if your hair is
beginning to unnaturally fall out or if
you have anyscalp trouble, Rexall "93"
Haii Tonic is without question the best
remedy we know of to eradicate dand
ruff; stimulate hair growth and prevent
Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
is so strong that we ask you to try it
on our positive guarantee that your
money will be cheerfully refunded if it
does not do as we claim. Two sizes,
50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our store
The Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
Tfis Kind You Have Always Bought
From casual observation the Record
is inclined to the belief that there is
more than one movement on foot for
the establishing of a loose leaf market
for the handling of the tobacco crops
of the future in Garrard county, and
we have hope of their success. It is a
well known fact that with the estab
lishing of one house of this description
another almost invariably springs into
existence, and this is eminently better
for all concerned, as it establishes a
lively competition. We are heartily in
favor of a loose leaf market, regard
less of the manner in which it is orga
nized, but we are inclined to the belief
that the larger the number of the
stockholders and the more widely are
they scattered throughout the county,
the more successful will the venture
prove. Every man interested financi
ally in the institution is as a matter of
course interested in the success of the
concern, and if the stock is scattered
broadcast among the farmers and
growers of the county, its success will
be assured from the first.
Many times within the last two years
have we endeavored to point out the
various advantages to be derived from
the establishment of a home market,
but once more will we endeavor to call
the attention of the people to these ad
vantages, i irst and most deeply is it
an advantage to the grower himseif,
it precludes the necessity of his haul'
mg nis crop to neignDormg marKets, a
distance of from anywhere from twelve
to thirty five miles, through all kinds
of weather and all kinds of conditions,
much to the detriment of his own
own health and comfort and that of his
hands and his stock; it enables him to
market his crop in one day, when here
tofore it has taken from one to three,
it enables him to await the proper tone
of the market before offering his rais
ing, and when offered, if the price is
not satisfactory, to reject without the
necessity of making another long and
tedious trip to a distant market, and
avoiu tne enormous expense ot such a
rejection; in fact it offers all the ad
vantages, wun wnich tne tarmer is so
well acquainted, of a home market.
uiner advantages to De derived are
manifold; the various buyers who come
on our market are compelled to have
houses in which to handle their pur
chases, this would mean additional
barns would be in demand which would
command a good price, additional labor
would be employed, much of it home
labor, which would mean the scatter
ing of more money in the community,
as well as employment for idle men and
boys; they would be compelled to have
teams for the transportation of their
purchase, which would mean money to
the liverymen and teamsters, and in
various other ways would they prove
of advantage to the community. The
greatest advantage, to our minds, in
the establishment of a home market,
would be in the fact, that money ob
tained from home products would be
kept at home; the checks given for the
home product would be deposited in
nome Dames; there would be no pur
chasing of goods at stores in neighbor
ing towns in order to get the money on
their checks, the checks would simply
be deposited in the home bank and the
grower would make his purhasep of his
home merchant, the man who has car
ried him when he had no tobacco crop
to sell, and who consequently, prices
and all other considerations beingequal,
is entitled to his trade. These few of
many advantages which we have en
deavored to call attention to, should, in
our mind, stimulate every citizen in the
county to offer every inducement to
those who are seeking to establish a
home market, even to the taking of
stock in the proposed concern; and
that such stock is not a bad investment
has been proven in adjoining towns,
and we believe would so prove in Lan
caster. It looks worse than useless to again
call attention to the bulk and quality
of Garrard county product; this year
we have in the neighborhood of six
millions of pounds of tobacco in Gar
rard county, and of a quality unsur
passed anywhere in any tobacco grow
ing country. This fact is attested to
by the undisputable evidence of Gar
rard county tobacco commanding the
top price on every market on which it
is offered, and by the further fact that
buyers are here daily, scouring the
county in search of our production, not
home buyers alone, but men represent
ing the various warehouses throughout
the state. This of itself is evidence
that our tobacco is in demand, and puts
to shame the very idea of the flimsy
theory advanced by some people oppos
ed to the plan of a home market, that
"we cannot get the buyers", or that
"the railroads will discriminate against
us in the matter of rates."
The outlook for 1913 is for an unpre
cedented crop of tobacco in the county.
Will we be prepared to care for this
crop AT HCME? The answer lies with
you. Will you give your aid, influence
and assistance toward making this pos
sible? You will reap your reward in
many ways, the establishment of such
a market will prove to your advantage
no matter what may be your line of
Now when you are approached on
this subject, no matter how or by whom,
give it your careful and earnest con
sideration, look at it from every stand
point, and if you do not aid, be sure
yon do not discourage such an effort.
The, efforts which are being made are
unselfish ones, no one has an axe to
grind, there are no selfish motives, the
good of the entire community is being
kept in view and the community to a
man should render every assistance in
their power in iutherance of
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Doctors Use This for Eczema
ESSENTIAL FOR DRAFT HORSE
Important That Animal 8hould Walk
Four Mile an Hour With Load
and Without Tiring.
A draft horse does most of his hard
work at the walking gait. It is there
fore important that he should be able
to walk fast without tiring. He should
be able to walk four miles an hour
with a load. If his feet are deformed
in any way, whether it be by disease
or hereditary, he cannot do his best
The soles of the feet should turn
up and show the shoes plainly as tho
horse moves away from the observer.
Dr. Evans. Ex-Commlssioncr of Health.
says: "There Is almost no relation be
tween skin diseases and the blood." Tho
skin must be cured through the skin.
The germs must be washed out, and so
salves have long aso been found worth
less. The most advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on thl3. and
are prescribing a wash of wlntergreen.
thymol and other ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com
pound Is KnoTti as D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that tha
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a speciiie
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
I.avc been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the lteli
tho instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what DJ3.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have a $1 bottle on our guar
antee that it will cost you nothlns m -less
you find that It does the work.
R. E. McRoberts & Son.
Feet of Draft Horses.
No. 1. Hoof showing prominent
"frog," unmutllated "bare," ttrong
walls and cupped sole.
No. 2. Distortion of hoof caused by
The feet should be lifted quickly and
evenly, and be set down squarely and
The hoofs should be ample In size,
sound, smooth and symmetrical In
shape. The hoof Is a continuation of
the skin of the parts above. The
color of the skin decides the color of
the hoof. Color counts for little, how
ever, If the hoofs are of poor shape
and texture. The horn should be
slightly cupped, not flat or bulging;
the frog large, elastic, healthy and
without a deep cleft; the bars promi
nent. Poor fore feet are one of the
commonest and moBt serious faults
In draft horses.
M&m nHJ EfTf:Q? MHi'(s:( firpi
The North Western Cow Boy.
Composed of Roots, Herbs,
and Barks, for all
vousness and Fe
45 DAYS TREATMENT FOR $1.00.
Dckota Jack's Cow Boy
T i n 1 -m fi t fr a Pain, Deafness, Burns. Stings
X-'IllllllCll L Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle.
For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath.
lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts.
All on sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts 5
Son, Lancaster, -Ky., and Henry Kuhlman
S Son, Lowell, Ky.
Mj wyyy armiartfJii mo i):M$2 WA
PURE BREDS VERSUS SCRUBS
Mongrel la Excellent Huttler, but Will
Not and Cannot Make Money
for It Owner.
The pure-bred animal Is not one
that will make good on poor feed and
care. The scrub will beat the pure
bred every time when It comes to
"rustling" Its own way. But the scrub
will not and cannot make money for
Its owner. And right here Is where
the pure bred excels itself.
He has the capacity which the
scrub has not. Give the pure-bred ani
mal good feed and care, and he will
make money, and do It quickly. At
least three crops of pure-bred beef
animals can be turned out ready for
market to every two crops of scrubs
Grades make money for their own
ers sometimes, but the amount and
the quickness with which results are
obtained are In direct proportion to
the Infusion of pure blood, which
makes the grades and better than
I liiMMl March Gras W 1
I fiSS9 5 ESTITiTT
ROOT CUTTER IS ESSENTIAL
Implement 8hown In Illustration
Found Satisfactory In Preparing
Food for Live Stock.
Having several tons of carrots and
beets to fed to stock, I found It quite
a job to cut them with a knife, so I
made a root cutter as illustrated,
which has given much satisfaction. I
made a box, with three sides, of inch
boards, three feet long. The bottom
board, a, is eight inches wide and tho
side boards, b, which rest on it, are
four inches wide. The top boards, c
Home-Mado Root Cutter.
six inches wide, are fastened at an
angle to the side boards, writes Anton
Mlcklsh of Union county. Ore., la -the
Farm and Home. Three legs, d, are
fastened to the box. The knife, e, is
fastened with a screw, f, to the mid
dle of the side board and a triangular
piece of board, g, is fastened even
with end of one side board so that
the knife can be raised high -when
cutting large beets.
Prime bacon is really mora credit
to the producer than is lard alone. It
is also true that the best bacon brings
good prices, costs less to bring to fit
ness, and can be made a great staple
If we work for it.
Kentucky has a two-million-dollar
debt, and her income is not sufficient
to Dav her running expenses. Is it not
time to call a halt on extravagancies
and do something 'to get out of the
financial rut into which the old Ship of
State has drifted? There is too much
politics, and too little hard, common
sense, business sense, among the leg
islators than is good for the Common
wealth. The way to economize is to
economize and to abolish the Legisla
ture for a few years would be a great
economical stroke. It would prevent
a lot more foolish appropriations and
would save a world of salaries and ex
penses that always add materially to
the the State's obligations. Shelby Re-Jcord.
NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE
January 28 February 3
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 2, 3.
Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February
14, with extension ot limit to marcn o, iv 1.5, on pajment ot 3i.uu.
FULL STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES.
For details can on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply o
H. C.K1.NO, Passcrzer and Ticket Agent, 101 E. .Main Street, Lexington, Ky.
B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest.
"We Citizens National Bank
OF LANCASTER, KY.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $40,000.
W. F. CHAMP, Cashier.
W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keeper.
Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs
Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors.
ONLY $3.QO A YEAR.
Let us send in your subscription.
R. E. McRoberts & Son,
THE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000.
A. R. DENNY, President.
J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't.
S. C. DENNY, Cashier.
R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keeper.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny,
Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W.
J. H. Posey, J. E.
M. Elliott, Directors.