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BRASS SEEDS AND COAL
Have just received a nice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED-Export brand. Call and see them
- before buying. Goods and prices that will please you.
Try a load of CLOVER FORK, Strictly High Grade block COAL and yonr cook will be pleased at 14c. Second grade COAL at 13c. All COAL loaded on your wagon.
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Doctors Use This for Eczema
T)r. Evans. Ex-Commissioner of Health,
ays: 'There Is almost no relation be
tween skin diseases and the blood." The
kin must be cured through the ekin.
The cerms must be washed out, and so
salves have lonff aco been found worth
less. The most advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on this, and
re prescribing a wash of wintergreen.
thymol and other Ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com
pound Is knoTD as D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription Is as much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the Itch
the Instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so 6ure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will bo glad
to let you have a Jl bottle on our guar
antee that It will cost you nothing rn
less you find that it does the work.
R. E. McRoberts & Son.
To Our Friends and Neighbors
would aot that we could not
Nor ca you afford to Ignore
offer on this splendid laxative.
riouM Jjit bum 4iprl!t4 rtwsia
10 poison th lyitcm.
Jltn'cht, biliouitess, servous
ft and other tonsentiaf asd asri
crtjs ilia ar common when tha bowtU
fail to act daily aa naturs intended.
All thia may b. avoided, if you will
accept onr advict.
UsU juit like candy. They art
soothing and aaiy is actios. Thty
da not cauM griping.- nausea, purg
ing or iccaaiva looseness. Thty
ts&d to too and strengthen intestinal
SET? "ntSE andn?p
Baaantly dtercpt it.
IUiall Orderlies promoU bttUi
spirits aa4 bsttsr health. In all of
that things thty are vaatly tuperiot
to old-fashioned, harth taltt and
thtr purgatlTsa, which an not only
unpleasant to Ukt but which usually
leave ths bowela in won condition
than befora. We particularly recom
nefid Rtxall Orderlies for chQdrea,
tad and dalicatt person!.
Razall Orderiiaa comt la rut
pocktt tin boxss. 13 tablsts, lOei
M tebUU, 23cj 80. UbUU, 60a.
CAUTION: PUass bsar la mlad tksi Raxafl Oretrtlaa an sot acid by all draft
jjsta. You can buy Raxall Ordtdlss only at Ths Raxall Stores.
Yen eta buy Bcxall OritrUss la tab eoauauaity ear at oat torsi
R. E. McROBERTS & SON
Yea know ui. You know we
afford to fo fcacltoB our word,
Wa tssestty MliTS s lTt 1st
htit bewt rtmtoy-tvet astft tat
most p!citint-te-tii, toon psr
xnaDccUy bea:cUI Iszatir for relit!
from the mltarit and dangers anasg
Wa wouldn't aay Uua if wa didn't
txdi.Tt it to bs trua. Wa wouldn't
risk our reputation by Baking sacs.
ataUBtoU did wa not foal tura you
would find thm trot.
Our faith U built both on ths
kaowitdgs of what Bssall Ordtrlita
art nada of aad ea obaarvatiaa of
at vWk th
Burrs proven their Btrlt.
at Our Risk
1 thty do not abundantly prova
tkeir merit with you alto if yon
art not entirely satisfied with tham
wa will refund your money and wo
will do that on your mart say-so.
W. don't ask you to risk a pansy.
Isn't that fairf
Juat Its .lb bowtla fail in pionarly
ioiag thair. work Just 1st thtb
aetioa ba dtlayad aad tstcampltta
and tfea aatira -trttam aad avary
Tbtn Is a SexaB Store la nearly tvery town aad city la tht United Ststts. Canada pad
Qre Briula." There is . dlSwcat Rexall tUmady lor nearly .very ordinary bumaa ill
taoa ttpecudly dMignad for th putioulsr 31 for which it is ncommended. j
The Roxall Storea are Amerlca'a Oreateat Drug; Storea
ul Got ThU Fine Pipe With Liggett
& Myers Duke s Mutture"
All kindi of men cmoke Dukc'i Mixture in all kinds
of pipes as well as in clfarettei and they all tell the same
tory. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of
Catlctbrlfhtlaafaftd UatjaUsradUnta,cauWBUr aUauaatl
aad then tranuUted every grain pare, hlfa-arade tobacca
taat atTu fat to tULitHI Mytri Bsjaa'a Jflxturt saok.
. one mnd a Aalr ounces of this ware. atUd, delightful
tobacco, unsurpassed in quality, far 4c and with each tack you
act a book of papers fret.
Now About the Fi-sm. P;nM
In everraack of trf & Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack
a coupon, .You can exchange these coupons for a pipo or for manr
thtr valuable and useful rtfl. Tk.. i- . .
ether valuable and useful articles. These presents cost not one
r, Jno7- There is something for every member of the family
" kates, catcher gloves, tennis rackets, cameras, toilet articles.
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fjt cases, canes, umbrellas, and doxans of other things. Just send
us your nataa and address on a postal
and aa a smcIsT mffmr daring Jan-
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egaa atretenfa tst any
cAcrge. Open up a sack of IAftitt
4 Jfytra Dake'a MUtnre today.
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The Womans Club
L (Edited By The Womans Club)
The domestic sense that women have,
is no longer confined to her own house
keeping, but is shown to be necessary
to Town, State and National house
keeping. Progressive men are learning
that women have good judgment in
many lines of municipal reform. Suf
frage carried in Washington largely be
cause of the pure food campaigns wag
ed by women. Public sentiment creat
ed by a pure food campaign reaches
persons in every walk of life-school
children, the indifferent citizen, in fact
every bodyjwants to eat cleai food, the
whole community could come together
on the platform of clean food because
nobody wants to eat dirt. People with
no other idea of that which is ranked
next to godliness want clean food, but
theymust be educated up to know what
is clean food. Very few stop to think
that the flies thev see swarming over
meats and vegetables, may be flies that
are carrying the deadly germs of ty
phoid fever and other deseases too num
erous to mention. We should say we
will not buy food that is left on the
street to become contaminated by dust
and flies, that we will not buy food that
is not protected in the stores, that we
will not buy food, that is not sold under
the pure food law.
To make such laws and enforce them,
a universal public sentiment must be
aroused, and the power to arouse it
lies in woman's hands. The subject of
clean food may be a homely one, but it
ia a dominant ever-recurring one in the
harmony of the home life.
Bill Nye has said, "it is theheighthof
a fly'i ambition to be mistook for a
raisin", if that is true many have
reached the heighth of their earthly
ambition In Lancaster.
Recently, in cooperation with the
State Pure Food Department and the
State Board of Health, the Federated
Woman's Club's, have undertaken a
campaign for better protection of bak
They are sending out a sheet that
was written by one of the leading
practical housekeepers of Kentucky
and what she says should come to the
attention of every one who is depend
ing upon the bakers for bread.
It is a well written and timely article
and we will be glad of the opportunity
to reproduce it in full at an early date.
Why-.not let a common band of sympa
thy work together for clean food, then
clean hands, which will bring about
The public micht like to know what
positions women hold in Kentucky
through the Federation.
We have a woman at the head of the
Kentucky Educational Association, a
woman on the Forestry Commission, we
have two women on the Tuberculosis
Commission, a woman as the State
Bacteriologist, a woman Supervisor of
Rural Schools and women as factory
No need to be surprised that Kentuc
ky women are being recognized, the
same blood that made our men such
capable men that 107 Governors ot the
United States have come from Kentuc
ky, flows in the veins of the mothers
and daughters of Kentucky, we are'only
coming into our inheritance. Of course,
we owe much of our inspration to the
General Federation and are proud to be
a small part of that large body.
The General Federation of woman's
clubs stands for conservation not onlv
of natural reseurces, but of human life
It is for temDerance. not onlv in
drinking, but in eating and dress and
social entertaining. It is for peace and
arbitration as opposed to war. It is
against child labor that is robbing the
world of tomorrow, against the white
slave traffic, that disgraces our age and
nation. It is for every thing good and
it is a million strong. Can any club
afford to hold itself aloof from such a
movement? Club work has become a
thing of beauty because it has become
a thing of service. The progress of
the world and civic betterment are be
ing materially aided by the work of the
The next club meeting will be con
ducted by Mesdames Kinnaird ana
Kauffman and will be devoted to talks
along the lines of Civic Improvement,
and also talks on library work and needs.
ine next musicaie will be the life and
compositions of Schubert, who. is re
cognized as the greatest melodist of all
times and countries. This musical will
be held Friday afternoon. Fphmnr
21st, at the Parlors of Hotel Kengar-
All our banks will be closed Saturday
February. 22nd to celebrate the
anniversary of th3 birth, of the father
of our Country.
The Business Manager of The Record
is developing into somewhat of a poet
as our readers have doubtless noticed.
As it is to late to euloegize the "Beau
tiful Snow," we are expecting shortly
an effusion on "Spring."
"Aunt" Frankie McDonald an aged
and respected colored woman well
known and liked by all, died Thursday
and was buritd Friday afternoon. She
was faithful and loyal to her friends,
and set a most worthy example to the
people of h'er race by her character.
The advocates of the temperance
cause in Lancaster were not idle in the
closing days just preceding the vote on
the liquor bills pending in Congress. A
Union service was held at the Christian
church on last Sunday night, in which
all the ministers of the city participated
and a telegram was sent to Senators
Bradley and Paynter urging them to
give their support to the measure which
so vitally interests the good people of
On Monday afternoon the good women
of the town, irrespective of
denomination, gathered at the Christian
church and held a prayer service for
the success of the measure, and even
while the Solons at Washington were
earnestly debating the proposed
measures, the prayers of the good
women of Kentucky were being offered
to Almighty God, that he might guide
and direct the law makers and show
them that it was to the best interests
of those who were most vitally effected
to vote for the passage of the measure.
Greatest Victory Ever Achieved By Pro
hibition Advocates Won In National
CoBgress On Monday When The
Webb Measure, A Substitute Iden
tical With The Shepperd Ken
yea Bill Was Passed Presi
dential Yeto Is Fearerd.
The prayers of the good women of
the country have been answered, the
efforts of the good men have not been
without avail. On last Monday night
the Senate passed the Webb liquor
measure by a viva voce vote. The
Webb measure differs from the Shep-perd-Kenyon
measure only in the num
ber of the bill, and was substitutad for
parliamentary reasons, and would pro
hibit the shipment of intoxicating liqu
ors from one state to another when in
tended to be received or sold in viola
tion of the law of the state to which
the shipment is made. Friends of the
measure will now seek to have the
House concur in the action of the Sen
ate, which if done will obviate the i.ec
essity of the measure being considf red
in conference, and it may go direct to
the President for his'signature.
Press dispatch say that a rumor is
current in Washington that President
lait will vote the measure, and they
doubt their ability to pass it over his
vote. The President is said to agree
with several of the Senators who op
posed the measure in their belief that
it is unconstitutional, and rather than
have the responsibility shifted to the
Supreme Court, will exercise his pre
rogative and veto the measure. Should
he do this, there is a chance that the
friends of the measure may be able to
rally enough of their colleagues to
their support to pass it over his veto.
Snake In Beehive.
Mr. David Dudderar the well known
east end farmer is also an enthusiastic
apiarist, and never fails even on the
coldest days, to make a visit to his
beehives and to lcok after the welfare
of his extensive shed of honevmakers.
On one of the recent bright sunshiny
days when he was makinghis accustomed
rounds of his hives, he w?s very much
surprised to see the head of a snake pro
truding from the orifice through which
the bees are accustomed to enter and
leave their dwelling. He uncovered the
hive and removed the snake, which was
of the "garter" species andaboutthree
feet in length. Mr. Dudderar removed
and dispatched the snake, which had
done no damage further than to make
severe inroads upon the winter stores of
the bees, otherwise he had dwelt in his
peculiar winter quarters in peace and
harmony with the other occupants. It
is supposed that when his snake-ship
entered the beehive he was in thin order
and that Le goreed himself UDon the
honey until he was unable to come out
through the aperture through which he
entered. The fact that he was left
undisturbed by the bees is accounted
for by the knowledge that the cold
weather renders them somewhat tornid.
but with the advent of warmer weather
they would doubtless have made the
quarters extremely uncomfortable for
the winter boarder. So ereat were thn
inroads upon the honey made by the
snake that Mr. Dudderar was compelled
to renlenish tri"lnrY?ornf tViof no.ti'.nln.
Will the parents please see that the
following books are returned to the
library at once, Little Plays for Little
People, Flamigo Feather, Holly and
Miseltoe, Rhymes and Songs.
Mrs. Emma Kauffman, Librarian.
Buys Fine Fowls.
Lewis Tinder purchased at a fancy
price two prize winning BarredPlymouth
Rock fowls at the Richmond Poultry
Show and will add them to his already
extensive pens. The birds he secured
won first and second prize respectively.
Garrard County Boy Wins Honors.
xne interesting aeDate mentioned in
last weeks issue was held on Wednes
day Feb. 5. The handsome Loving Cup
was won by the Patterson Society.
Garrard Co should be proud of the fact
that one of her young man Mr. J. E.
Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Wilson of Paint Lick, was a member of
the team which captured this much
prized trophy. Mr. Wilson was also se
lected as the alternate for the team
which wiil represent State University
in the Intercollegiate debate to be held
in the latter part ot April of this year.
This is an honor which every young
man in the University aspires to attain
ere his University career has reached
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Composed of Roots, Herbs,
and Barks, for all
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Public Opinion And The Central Record.
There are three estates in Parliment;
Clergy, Nobie3 and Commons-but in
the Reporters Gallery yonder, sits a
fourth estate more important than they
These words spoken by Burke, are as
true today as they were when spoken.
The power of the press is immeasurable.
In every community, a government,
"a ring", or even a publication must,
of necessity, control that powerful,
subtle creature called Public Opinion.
If the Record has not guided the pub
lic opinion of this community, it has
obviously had some influence on the
straggling thought. This influence, at
least within recent times, has merely
been used to throttle ills (already too
well known to our readers) as they ar
rive. The trouble is that we are not
trifling with perfectly simple and ob
vious vices; we have no crooked police
to fight, gambling hells and segregations
problems are unknown in Lancaster.
We are fighting shadows and things in
the air; there's the rub: we are dealing
with Public Opinion-
The Record can not be expected, nor
will it be tolerated, to paternally ad
vise and control the fashions for in
stance, or the color ot a woman's cheek.
They usually do not need attention.
But because this paper is read in this
community, because it can have some
' power on the thought of this commun
ity, it must find a theme; a harp to
pick. The paper is run primarily to
bring sheckels into the coffers of the
'owners, but not entirely for that pur
pose. You do us a base calumny if you
think so. It is the ambition of the
( whole force to make this paper serve
i the welfare of this community, and to
j be something more than an aecumula-
tion of facts and a money making prop
45 DAYS TREATMENT FOR $1.00.
Dckota Jack's Cow Boy
T 1 fi 1 rr er or a a'n- Deafness, Burns. Stings
X-1I1111IC11L 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
5 Son, Lowell, Ky.
Tit Cowloy HnbiUst
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Boots & Herbs
Compounded according- to the Original & Ex
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of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible.
Thousands of Testimonials. COH-CEIr-SAR, the
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Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON
3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky
Mr. Luther Raney ia very sick at this
Mr. Samuel Long is very sick at this
Mr. M. F. Davis visited Mr. and Mrs.
James Sanders last week.
Mrs. J. D. Ray and daughter visited
her son Frank Ray Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater visited
her broteer at Buckeye Sunday.
Miss Allie Doolin is visiting her
grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray.
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
It is guaranteed under the Pure Food
and Drugs Law to be absolutely free
from opiates or harmful drugs of any
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 my father in Memphis, Tenn., for
which I enclose $1. This remedy has
been used by some friends ot mine
Mr. Robert Long spent Saturday and
Sunday with his aunt Mrs. Bell Snyder. J here and t mnst aay ita action wa3 won
Mrs. Bell Snyder and son visited her dertui. (faigned) K. .L. Morns.
Official Directory Of Garrard Couaty.
Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin.
Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pnr-
Circuit CIrrk William B. Maion.
Master Commissioner W. H.Brown.
Trustee Jury Fnnil Beuj F. Kobiuson.
Official Court Stenographer Mi's Sue Shelby
County Judge A. D Ford
County Attorney J K. Kcblnsou.
County Clerk J. W. Hamilton.
Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson.
Sheriff George T. Ballard.
Deputy SLerlff C. A. Robinson.
Superlnteudant ol Schools Mls Jennie II ig-
Assessor W. 8. Carrier.
Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay.
Jailer Jack Adams.
Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne.
Treasurer B. F. Hudson.
J. P. Bourne 1st. Dlst.
L-gan Isou snd. Dlst.
Harrisos Ray 3rd. Disc
James Coldiron 4th. Dist.
CITY OF LANCASTER.
Mayor n. T. Logan.
City Judge E. W. Harris.
City Attorney R. H.Tomllnson.
City Clerk II. K. Herndon.
City Assessor John M. Mount.
City Treasurer D. A. Thomas.
Chief Vellce L. E. Herrou.
Tarker Gregory. II. C. Hamilton.
V. M. Zanone. B F. Walter.
G. a. Greenleaf. Wm. Herndon.
daughter Mr. Will Tailor of Madison
Mrs. Howard Logan visited her
mother Mrs. Steve walker the first of
Miss Nannie Lee Logan is visiting her
friends Misses Maggie Hicks and
Mr. Miley Beazley visited his little
cousins Marie and Hazel Walker Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mis3 Ocie Snyder and brother and
Miss Pattie Long were the pleasant
guests of Miss Stella Ray of Buckeye
Mr. McClellon Teater and sister while
visiting friends in Hackley was called
to the bed side of thiir mother .who is
Mr. Coy Sanders and wife and Clyde
Sanders left monday for Louisville
where they will purchase a new line of
Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes.
IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL
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.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
It is the best medicine ever sold
over a droggitt'a counter.
Fire! Fire! Fire!
That's reminder enough, isn't it,
that "its up to you" to have your
place house, home, shop or office
insured against fire's fatal frolic?
We know of no good reason why
any citizen of this county should
not be safely insured in one or
more of our companies we know
of a lot why he should be. Proof
'positive furnished on application.
FRED P. FRISBIE.
Office Citizens National Bank.
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