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Thfi Cfintral hp.rnm. Thni-Rrtav Mrh i IIQI D. D. D. In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure IIott ninny hfupltnt pntitn", suffering- the frlshtful Itch, ths raw worth In pain of skin dlr-oie. hav twn rnothnl tn olerp liv n poothlnir fluid voahnl In hy Iho nurm'i hands? That fluid in tho famous IX XX D. prescription for eczema, ths surrnvisiNO wuiibe of ono of nur prominent Catholic Institution (namo of nurso and Institute on appll ration), write regarding a patient. The disrate had entcn her eyebrow a nwar Her nose nnd lip had heoonio tllangureil. Hlnco th usa nf n. D. I), her eyehrrm are Rrowlnff, her noso nml face havo assumed their natural expression," Hoir many eciemn sufferers ae pay ing the'r doctor fnr regular treat ment nnd aro Jicln? treated with this same soothing", heallnir Uuld? SB. OXO. T. UIC2IABD30N frankly writes "D. P. D. Is superior tn any thing I havo ever found. Soft and soothing, yet A powerful agent." To tin tho work. D. I. IX l"rescrlp tlnn must lie applied according; ia directions given In the pamphlet around every lottle. I"ollow these di rectionsand seol And It certainly takes away tha Itch at once tho moment tho lliutd Is ap plied. Tho skin Is soothed calmed so thoroughly refreshed delightfully cooled. All drueglsts of standing havo tha famous specific as well as the efficient l. D. D. Skin Soap. Hut we are so confident of the mer its of this prescription that will refund tho purchase price of the first full alio bottle If It falls to reach your case. You alone aro to judco. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. McCREARY I Diaw A Check for the money you ov c nnd note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with n man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know hp is doing business in a busiress like way. Hcttor open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev wilt grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I i (!) 1 C) I I numA& cc t;itvii. Acents. To INSURE In a Leading American Company Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. CAPITAL, 2,800,000,00 BED INTERNATIONAL Stock Food This is the season when it is most needed. McRofrerts Drug Store 1 i FERTILIZER If you want the Best Tobacco and Potato grown See BAILEY & MOSS. a i i S .Q iMxy)'yxTBX; MexA)Myxy 1 A ssssKsSRrsssssi The Ford is lighter than nny other car of its size and power. Light weight means econ omy. Economy in gasoline consumption. Economy in tire expense. Ecpnomy in repair bills less than two cents n mile for operation and upkeep Vet with all its light weight the Ford is the strong est, sturdiest car that is built. It is the longest lasting car. Vanadium steel is responsible for that "Anti-fatigue" steel, scientists call it-the strong est, toughest steel put into automobile construction liuyers'.willjsliare in profits if we sell at retail 300, OOu new Ford cars between August 1914 and Aug ust 1910. Runabout $410; Touring Car $190; Town Car $C90; Coupelc. $750,Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On'display and sale at THEE MADISON GARAGE, JNCUKrOKATEU Richmond, - Kentucky. Miss Leota Hay is spending a week at Cartersville. Mr. Creed Simpson came home from Richmond Monday, Mrs. Klixaheth Walxer is visitingher son. Mr. Miley Walker. Mrs. Mike Forbes has been visiting her parents at Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ham spent Satur day nnd Sunday with her parents. Mr. Mike Fotbes has been sulTering with a sore arm from vaccination. Mrs. J.lgellny came home Thursday oftern protracted visit in Lexington and Frankfort. Miss Lillie Mao Sutton entertained at "Hook" Tuesday evening in honor of her visitors. Miss Lillie Mae Sutton was the at' tractive guest of Mrs. II. U. Hay Sat urday night nnd Sunday. TO AVOID CATARRH OR BREAK UP A COLD. Use lljomti a Simple Remedy that Instantly Relieves. At the first sympton of catarrh tuch as snillles, fits of sneezing, raising of mucus, itching of the nose, or that choked-up feeling, surely take im mediate steps to conquer the distres ing, unclean and annoying, but i serious ailment. One of the easiest and simplest reme dies to check catarrh and break up a cold is llyomei. Just put a few drops of this antiseptic and healing liquid into the small inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it, This medicated air immediately soothes the inflamed tissues and effectively drives out the poison. Just a few min utes use of this most helpful remedy opens the slutted air passages, clears the head and throat of the unclean dis chargesyou breathe Ireely and im mediately feel better, llyomei is so certain to lelieve and give lasting benfit that H. E. Mc- Hoberts sells it on the "No-cure-no- pay" plan. BUCKEYE Mr. John Teater is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Herbert Whittaker who has been very sick is improving. Miss Lena Schooler is the guest of her sister Mrs. Jaspen Noel. Miss Her Hill spent Sunday after noon with Misses Sallie and Attress Noel. Master Bert Prayther is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sanders. Mrs. Price died at her home near Judson March 6th and was laid to rest at Guns Chapel March 7th. Mr. Millard Lane died at his home on Poor Ridge March 4th and was buried at this place March Cth. Mr. Willie P. Long and sister Frances were the guest of their grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. II. Hay Saturday and Sunday. USE MI-O-NA WHEN STOMACH IS UPSET. No matter how long you have suffer ed from a miserable, upset stomach, Indigestion or dyspepsia, Mi-o-na -a simple, inexpensive prescription easily had at any drug store will quickly, safely and effectively end the distress, or it will not cost you a penny. When ygur stomach is out of order some foods taste good but work badly, fermenting inty a stubborn lump and surely causing sour cr acid trste in the mouth, severe pain in the pit of the stomach, gas, coated tongue, olfensive breath, restless nights and nervousness. It's needless for you to sutler for just a few Mi-o-na tablets bring joyful relief they do more for these little "helps to health" foothe and strengthen the inflamed and weakened stomach walls and increase the llsw of the digestive juices so that the stomach can care for the food as nature intend ed. No matter what ails your stomach put your faith in Mi-o-na. Get some of these harnless but helpful tablets from It. E. McHoberts today anil eut whatever your appetite craves, and never fear distress. FONSO. Miss Mary Harr has entared State Normal at Richmond. Miss Dora Scott began aselectschool at Stony Point Monday. Mrs. Jesse Dunn of Lancaster is the. guest of friends and relatives here. Miss Nellio Scott will leave this week to finish her school at tVhite Hall. Master J. V. Scott. Mr. J. H. Hender son and Mrs. M. Clark are on the sick list. There will be services at the Fairview Christian Church Sunday as usual, by the much approved and Regular Pastor Rev, Warren of Lexington, Every ono should hear this great and good Pastor us the opportunity only comes once a month. Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Memedy "I take pleasure In recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers because I have confidence in it I find that they are pleased with It and call for It when again In need of such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo, For sale by all dealers. 1-m. SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR IS FIRST AID TO BEAUTY. If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lus trous, is falling out, Streaked, faded, briltle, or full of dandruff, and If the the scalp itches, do not think It must always be that way, for pretty hair is only a matter of care and the use of Parisian Sage, a delightful toilet ncccs sity. This helpfnl tonic supplies just the elements needed to invlgornto the hnlr roots and stimulate your hair to g.-ow long, thick, flulfy, soft and lustrous. It removes all dandrulT with one nn plication and quickly stops itching head and falling hair. Parisian Sago is the ideal hair tonic and scalp treatment, sold by H. E. McHobeits; it contains nothing injurious, Is delicately pcrfum ed, inexpensive and sarely gives your hair the beauty and charm of youth. PREACHERSVILLE Mrs. II. T. Lunsford is indisposed. Mrs. W. II. Cummins is still improv ing. The family of Mr. Mason Holtzclaw has been sick. Miis Ruby Parrish has been ill but Is able to be out again. Prof. J. II. Hutchins Is teaching a Spring term of school here. F. L. Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm Sprinkles near Shelby City. Mrs. C. Weyler nnd little son were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Hanke. Miss Sara Smith of Rockcastle, is visiting her sister. Miss Nora Smith. Services Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night at tho Methodist church. Mr. Wnller C. Pettus. of Hubble, visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Mrs. William Naylor and children visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hell. Rev. E. B. Thornton preached Sunday night at the Baptist church to a good crowd. Mrs. Gertrude Blankenship and Miss Ella Blankenship were visi'ing Mis. Grace Gill. The Baptist brethren at their busi ness meeting on Saturday called Rev. ,0. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Gill spent a week at Corbln the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, Mrs. James Moser and little son, Theodore, of near Paint Lick, ware visiting Mrs. Levi Bell. Prof. C. C. Lovell is at Burgin en gaged in the revenue service. His wife and children are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. McAlistur on Drakes Creek. O. II. Anderson has been quite ill. Quite recently he had a tooth pulled and complications set up and blood poisoning is feared. Miss Sara Larue Traylor of Paris, has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White. She will soon go to Arizona for her health. W. C. Cummins will soon begin the erection of a good substantial building on the corner of Main and Stanford streets where he will continue as our leading merchant. Saturday evening as J. S. Pettus was returning from church his horse ran into a telephone post while trying to pas; n carriage. He was considerably bruised and cut while his buggy was damaged. Rev. J. M Rogers preached his last sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Rev. Rogers has faithfully served the church here for a year and is a model pastor, lie is a student at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville and gives promise of a useful ministry in the Lords vineyard. David Burge, Jr., the best violinist in this section, is in great demand from house to house to furnish excellent music whero the youngsters go to spend the evening and "sit till bed time . The music he can render is the old tun es of the old times and his listeners sit in mute delight and wonder how the hours can pass so quickly. HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them in Lancaster, and Good Reason lor It. Wouldn't any woman lie happy. After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles. When she finds freedom, Many readers will profit hy the fol lowing, Mrs. J. W. Humphrey, Danville St., Lancaster Ky, says: "I suffered a great deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On several occasions my buck became so painful nnd weak thnt I was unable to do, my housework. Being ad vised to give Dean's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisble'a Drug Store (now R. E. Mc Hoberts drug Store). They heled me from the first and I was soon relieved. I gladly confirm what 1 said some years ago recommending Doons Kidney Pills." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask fcr a kidney remedy get Doan.s Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. Humphrey had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. V. A BOY'S REMARKS TO HIS STOMACH. Colds should be "nipped in the bud'Icril allowed to run unchecked, serious results may follow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneu monia, and r"er fatal dis eases, can U ced back to a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a lew doses of THEOFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chaj. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights. Va., says: "1 have been using Thed ford's Black-Draught ioi Stomach troubles, indiges tion, and colds, and find It to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feel tike a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the original and genuine. K-67 What's the matter with you-ain't I always been your friend? Ain't I been a pardner to you? All my pennies don't I spend In getting nice things for you? Don't I give you lots of cake7 Say, stummick, whnt't the matter, that you had to go and ache? Why, I loaded you with gosd things yesterday. I gave you more Pntatx-s. squash amfturkey than you'd ever had be fore 1 I gave vou nuts and candy, pumpkin pie nnd chocolate cake And last night when I got to bed you had to go and ache! Say, what's the matter with you? Ain't you satisfied at all? I Rave you all you wanted; you was hard just like a ball; And you couldn't hold another bit of puddin'. yet last night You ached most awful, stummick; that ain't treatin' me just right! I've been a friend to you, I have; why nm't you a friend of mine? They gave me castor oil last night be cause you made me whine. I'm awful sick this mornin', and I'm feelin' mighty blue. Becoz you don't appreciate the things I do for you! HOUSEWIVES READ THIS. About thirty per cent, of the entire income of families of five or six living on less than two thousand dollars a vear Is spent for food. Or this sum more than half is generally needed for what we call the staple groceries - Hour, sugar, cereals, canned goods, nnd crackers; dried fruits, vegetables, and fish: flavorings nnd seasonings. Soaps too, and cleansing materials, usually come from tho grocery store. The money for these supplies, if not the entire family income, passes through the hands of the wife. Whether it Is rpplied wisely or scattered with in different return in vatuo depends upon her attitude toward marriage and housekeeping. If she recognizes her Ksltion as that of the purchasing partner, she- will probably also realize that the should behave as would the .buying member of any business firm- invest the money over which she has control to the best possible advantage. If she realizes this she will trade with D. White Marsee, where she saves from five to ten cents on every purchase. If she is indifferent and doesn't care she trades where she is "In tho habit" of traking nnd loses on every purchise which amounts to quite a sum in a years tirr.e. To The Housewife. Madam, if your husband is like most men he expects you to look after the health of yourself and children. Coughs and colds are the most common of the minor ailments and are most likely to lead to serious diseases. A child is much more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when it has it cold. If you will inquire into the merits of the various remedies that are recommend ed for coughs and colds you will find that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands high in the estimation of people who uso it. It is prompt and effectual plensant anu safe to take, which are qualities especially tn be desired when a medicine is intended for children. For sale by all dealers. 1-m ONE NEUTRAL POINT. Few persons are actually neutral. Americans have been charged with being neutrai only to the extent that "nobody cares a hang who kills the Kaiser. But there Is ono neutral point. It Is a New York barber's shop in which there is hung up this sign: If you want to fight go to Europe. If you want to talk about the war go to h -1. Lhls place is neutral. ' Do Not Gripe We hare n pleasant laxatlvo that will do just what you want it to do. i .ettaB&ClHdertgie We sell thousands of them and we lave never seta n better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts HEADQUARTERS FOR Vulcan and Syracuse PLOWS. Best Grade of Tobacco Gotton at 3cts See us for all kinds of Field or Grass Seeds. Becker, Ballard and CO PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. THE NATIONAL BANK OF I-ANCA5TER. Capitol 450,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It JENNY, President J. K. STORM ES. Vice Hres'u S. C. DENNY, Cashier. , R. T JMDRY. Ass't Cashier. J. I GlLU Hook-Keeper-. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Hosry, J. E. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a Iwx of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you havo been missing. Don't keep on missing IL Order a box lo-dsy and commence enjoying yourself. Lancaster Bot tling CO. Phone 202. If y I RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL POR TilACMOHS Conn leading tj FlrmenUrv, lnlerti r llite and I.lte Mil IcrtlliraUn. Van' III all Iliiurt) 1" ul Km t'Kky hprcial (ournrs and Itetiirir CnutM-t. Tuition 1 .in l.i A, inUr Ti :mlid il.ir pi,t.irU, new mmlel c hn1, nr insulin! Irmnini; liui' l nf pmrlk ch (Icpsrtiiirnt if srrlniliiire a r!l Vi1ihiI ,iynii'S"it Dimie!'!- Nli-nre. r.rsl T'rm Vgitii rHMiIrm rr 7 l-Mnri-l Trm Nivrnilrr HI llnnl 'firm VI January SV K wirlli Tnu Alvnia.SiiiiinirrKcliimloiwns IT; I. J !e II autocue free j (i, iltiiii, l-rr.Mrai. i ORGAStXKti i.V.Vj. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. B. F. HUDSON. Hresidcnt. J. J. WALKER, Vice Brest. W. 0. P.IGNBY, Ass't Cash'r. JOE J. Walxkk. Jit.. BooW-Kceper. W. F. CIIAMI', Coshier. Pay By Check Always. We recommend this method because of its safety, simplicity and convenience. Also because of the I'llKSTKiK it wins a person in the business world. It gives him a standing -a recognized place if vou please If his banking connections are known to be of the right sort. Every one of our many satisfied checking customers Is n living argument in favor of YUL'lt adapting the same method. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Ollice Phone 18. Lancaster, Resilience Phone 33. Kentucky. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW ORLEANS Anu iu ALL OTHER, RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE ANDlcENERY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Acnt or Address H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St., Laxlngton, Ky.