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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r S K- EIGIITEi1C1VT8 YEAR BUGGIES m1TntrnUfUrmmf 1 I vnrnrnrm1rmfnmmffflflz 1d i A CAR LOAD OF Ahlbrand Buggies The Built To Wear Line HASELDEN EROS Get our prices on this ii i I E i l u Wagon t o71YW111WeUiQlt11 l6Uil11Al11t Ekll Jil6 lIll14Jl11t4JlUltl r c s Call and inspect our line of Buggies Road CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire on the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Conn Bros M J HeradOB Ben D Herndon lERNHN Attorneys At Law ff Kentucky Ofice over Storaaes drag store i I rE ION taster Undertaker Once ea Danville Street Cad f8J11 Rljeazle l- L rLriui d THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER FRIDAY APRIL 5 IH07K t L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I I J FULL LINE OP CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Z I 1 jiiipISiiISSSIIIUUIIUUSIUUSSSSSS LIIUISSSSPIUSSUISUUU- Is The degree team of the lodge did some work for Bryantsvi lodge Monday ni ht and has dates more at Paint Lick Crab Orchard in the near future Stanford Fair The good people of Lincoln will a threedays fair this year the being July 17 18 19 They never any but good ones over there and aia Garrard people are looking with much pleasure to the event July 24 25 26 Having been asked the many times we will again print dates selected for the Lancaster They are Wednesday Thursday Friday July 24 25 Cut this and paste it in your hat This otllce printed many of large bills for the White Store and the result is the is having one of the biggest in its history Mr Batson the clev proprietor is a hustler in every of the word and certainly keeps moving in the merchantile line Pretty Store The large store room of Mr n Logan has been beautified by new painting etc which makes one of the prettiest in Central Mr Logan always keeps large stock arranged in a tasty and now he has a store second to nun in Kentucky He is a progressive in every way and one of Lancaster most valuable and useful citizens Make It Great Day Next Sunday will be Anti Saloon League Day in Lancaster two of geatest and effection speakers will here to speak at the following place 1045 T S Buckingham at Christian Church and W S Collins at Baptist Cnurch 730 P M T S Buckingham at Method ist Church and W S Collins at Church Each church that no speaking adjourn and go to churches that have services Honor for Mr Williams Gov Beckham appointed lion W Williams of this city as special judge to sit in a number of cases in the Whitley Circuit Court and that gen tlemau has been on the bench in that city for several days The cases were important ones and in the selection Mr Williams the govenor displayed judgment Mr Williams is a law yer of exceptionally Hue ability and we will venture the prediction tnan not one of his rulings will be reversed Proseects for Laundry Good A certain gentleman who has the to foot the bills tells The Record is thinking seriously of building and equipping a first class up to date laundry in Lancaster and is now look ng around tor a location which can be bought for a reasonable figure That an enterprise would pay in Lan there is not a shadow of a doubt md we believe the gentleman will his ideas to a successful end One the best paying and at the same greatest blessings to Lancaster people is the fact that the proposed stablisnment would do all kinds of family washing a matter which causes housewives no end of trouble The Record trusts the plan will be pushed Music Festival Railroads have granted a special rate one and one third fare for the from points in Kentucky and Indiana to Louisville April 18 and good returning until April 21 on ac of the music festival to be given i the armory in that city on those This festival will be the big musical event given in the South Walter Damrosch will be the and his New York Symphony and the Musical Club chorus 325 voices will take part Among the soloists who have been engaged for the festival are Mme Mar Sembrich Mrs Mary Hissem de Miss Alice Sovereign Miss orneille Overstreet Kelly Cole Eili Van Hoose William Harper Macmillen violinist and lexabder Saslavsky violinist Five concerts will be given The opening Thursday night April 18 will known as Grand Wagner night oratorio Elijah will be sung night Farmers Institute Farming is now very properly as a profession and it is a very one as all the weatlh we have out of the earth in some form Institute held here Monday and was well attended and much valuable information was imported by lectures and talks given by Hon Vreeland commissioner of Agriculture J E Wing of Ohio Prof of Illinois M F ohuston of Louisville and Prof W H Saheffins of Kentucky experimental station Cbaiman J N Denny and Secretary Farra discharged their duties faithfully The talks on breeding for and feeding sheep hogs and the different soils and howto the best results by cultivating and fertilizing the best methods of and caring for different crops with lengthy talk on Alfalfa were all instructive and beneficial A banquet was given on Tuesday which was very enjoyable L Walker delivered tne address of wel ome response by Mr Vreeland Be marks were made ty other visitors and talent Masonic for and have dates have forward question the fair and 2 out I Elephant establishment sales sense things T papering it his manner man the be has tine 1 of good cash he such caster of time the along of 19 20 count dates gest Orchestra of cella Moss son Francis concert be The Friday important comes The Tuesday the Hubert ECGuode Jno M cattle get a highly night L bole i Preachers ille i thousand Kentucky Presbyterian carry round- trip conductor regarded caring growing e r e S A Hill sold to J A Sanders 1 of 1 vear old mules for were by J W jack The lUcii court was in session week and a number of claims against the county were allowed The entertainment by the at the Christian church Sunday even was very enjoyable to old young alke Only one saloon now remains at and it is doing a land office This is the only saloon Lancaster save those at Richmond Circuit Court adjourned Saturday after Judge Bell had gotten dockets nearer clear than they been in many years While much busi ness v as transacted yet none was o interest to the gereral public Hope every one will read the com munication on Spokane and the road rates to the great B Y P N con vention and many may into considers thou the subject of making the trip C S Ellis Mr C L Collins acting the Anti Saloon League of State Kentucky will address the people of Garrard and especially north Garrardi at the Fork Church on Monday even ingApril Sib Eyeybody invited to come and hear him on this living subject of saving our children and neiyhbois children from the curse of intemper auce Brings Joy Into Homes The pbongoraph Mr Edisons invention fills a place in the home which drives away care and brings joy and happiness It isnt like the humanbeing for it will play at any time you wish and never refuses be cause it hasnt its notes or dont feel well Ah you have to do is wind it up and up will sing for you play the speech or tell a story The cost of these wonderful instruments is very low withing the reach of all Lewis Ilerndon the Lancaster music dealer and jeweler is selling faster he can get them in and it looks like everybody is going to get one of the delightful instruments SPOKANE THE MECCA FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLES CONVENTION SPECIAL SUMMER RATES The city of Spokane pronouonced lean accented on the last located 350 miles east of Puget oind 0 miles south of British and 16 mile west of Ibaho in n the valley of Spokane river which falls 150 ft in the midst of the city and furnishes an enormous water Tile city began its growth in 1883 is nearing the 100000 mark The bank clearings for li05 were 228 000000 is the peer of any city in parks beautiful homes and massive business blocks the greatest railroad center on sun set side of the Rocky moun tams including five transcontinental Two others are now building This main divide of the Rocky is though western Montana and Wyoming On to the west running and south rises the Cascade range dividing Washington into two The territory lying between Rockies and Cascades including Washihgton forth Idaho and of Oregon Montana aud British Columbia 150000 spuare miles in are popularly known as The Inland The development of the resources of region is now fairly begun 3000000 from the farms and orchards 100000000 from the forests and miles 12000000 from the coal mines and 50000000 from the metal mines for QU give an idea of what is meant by opportunities of the Inland EmpireThe Young Peoples Union America will hold its sixteenth convention in the beautiful of Spokone Washington The railroad companies have given a half from Chicago and other points full stopover privileges Tickets be on sale Jnue 20th and will be until September 15th Rates are to other points to accommodate attending the convention who to visit different localiter Ma v trips have been planned and among them a visit to the Yellewstone National Park to either the Baptist Young meeting in July 10th should by no means the splendid opportunity the rate will present for a visit to the Wonderland of the World All via the Northern Pacific Ra 1 to Spokane Tacoma Portland other Coast points will be good stopover at Livingston Montana permit the Park j mrney to be made tour of the Park usually occupies and a half days in the Park one should if possible spend time exploring this great region one can within this period see everything of special interest During Park season of 1907 ministers will granted half rates on stage coach transportion within the Park This arrangement will not apply to families nor to Park hotels The Northern Pacific Railway pub several beautiful booklets about the Pacific Northwest and Park will be sent upon upon re to A M Cleland Passenger Agent St Paul Minn 1 40000 They TIlls I children ring and near the have rail Superintendent of banjomake phonographs Spa syllable- is Columbia and It the lines I Mountains north parts the east parts is Empire thIS the of annual city rate with will good made those wish side and wonderful Delegates Peoples Convention Seattle overlook low tickets way and fur to The While more yet the be fishes quest pair f this Rowland business greatest power five ministers telling the directed Genera Yv ua Spring Walk OVER I Display The universal appreciation of Walk Over shoes is at tested by the fact that they are now sold in forty four different countriesThe capacity of the Walk Over plant is 18 000 complete pairs of shoes every factory day making it the largest plant in the world devoted to the manufacture of mens fine shoes There are nearly as many parts to a shoe as there are bones in the human body and it is just as necessary that each separate part of the shoe be perfect to obtain a perfect shoe as that each bone be perfect in forming a perfect man But the fact that each individual part is perfect is not enuugh for Walk Over quality means something beside good leather It means good workmanship the perfect of every perfect part it also means that every one of the 3000 people who work upon Walk Over shoes is a skilled mechanic having a pride in his knowledge of the particular part of the work which he performs This blending of the best in leather the best in workman ship and the personal pride of the workers in the shoes which are being produced accounts for the uniform excellence which is attested by the constantly increasing demand for them and is proof that Walk Over shoes are literally Shoes of the Hour in all the attributes of good shoemaking H T LOGAN The Best tobe HadN- o Trashy Goods or Cheap Methods SELL THEM have been in the mercantile business in Lancaster a great many years and the people well know that we have never deceived them into buy inK cheap shoddy worthless goods We have al ways stuck to the lowest method of buying only the best goods and buying them at as low figures as possible giving our customers the benefit of every good bargain we secured in tne cities We never resort to any schemes to get people to our store We sell oar customers good honest goods at a live and let live profit This is who we are now enjoying the best trade in Central Kentucky We take pleasure in saying our Spring and Summer Goods are now ready for your inspection and extend a cordial invitation to you to call and inspect ssme Large lines of Spring and Summer Dress Goods White Goods Hosiery Laces Trimmings Carpets Druggets Lace Curtains Crossett Shoes THE Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED I c t assembling I I f r IJ1n MrO i I J r I I lT1lf I ITO R Y 1 gcIL J 1 I c v j br 1 Old Hickory Wagons Deering Machines Wire Fence Etc All kinds of Baggy Repairing W3 on the bast Rubber Tires made ROMANS pat W J S Milill J Clover Timothy Orchard Blue Grass recleaned and clipped north ern seed oats just received The best grades at the lowest prices Corn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed Feed We are In the market at all times for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON R E MCROBERTS Prest J W EMIGRE Cashr J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Itis the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest BwrfbrFnif V lt ail Safe officered and counseled a directorate whose integrity and busi Bess experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They mustbe seen to be appreciated J B Sanders W W H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Henphill H V Bastin T C Rankin B I Burton U I I Car LOa I I I COAL FEED L Ky I by particularly DIRECTORS- H K Herndon V A Lear L Lawson Cook val R I Lww I LssvzLL President JJ WALKER Vice Prest a B F HUDeou CashIer 110 rAlist CSehr cD WLKKB I Solicited rfOllpt ud wrefol a ORGANIZED 18- 83Ts ITIZEN NATIONAh BANK Dt I41ITCASTR KY CAPITAL ieeee SURPLUS 1 Bookkeeper Delc Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Lea J S JOEXSox R L Hard oi- zJ I Walker T M Arnold More Buggies at lower Prices than ever brought to Lancaster Largest Line of Buggy Harness ever shown CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky April 5 1906 The proposal of the Salvation Army to establish antisuicide bureaus for the special work of bracing up des ponrtents who have an inclination to kill themselves is a novel and interest ing one Very probably many suicides would be prevented if the persons who contemplate it knew that there was a place where they could go for aid in escaping from their troubles The field is unoccupied and the works is one that I appeals to human sympathy Ida Eckert Lawrence poet laureate of Ohio is suing for divorce on the ground that her husbands barbaric attitude toward poetry and the finer arts revolts her soul and is in toe nature of extreme cruelty Dear dear but if all husbands and wives who think they are unappreciated at their full worth should be granted divorce who would remain married The bachelors and spinsters of Fort Dodge la are needlessly agitated The mayor and common council more compel them to marry than President Roosevelt can regulate the birthrate If the men wont propose and women wont have them if they do that settles the matter and mayors and councils can go to thunder The indictment for manslaughter of the conductor and engineer of a train in California is another evi dence that railway reform is gettiug to practical basis in this country John D Rockefeller Jr is over worked and will take a rest Well he can do it but the price of oil will jiggle up and down the scale and work overtime just the same Loook Here Watches Watches Watches Elgin Waltham Illinois and just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Seed oats at Mount Elkin tf Bracelets Bracelets Bracelets new line just received 2t Morrow Dice Harrow Corn and Land Rollers Haselden Bros Clocks Clocks Clocks New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Dont buy a cultivator until you look at mine W J Romans Seed oats recleaned and clipped tf Mount Elkin Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin Bring me Butter and eggs 2t W H Ward Get my prices on disk harrows tf W J Romans Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin The Richmond Business College is searching the state for bright young men and women for good positions It is graduating and placing into good salaries and could place many more who are not earning half what they should and might be earning 3t I c I I I colliding I Rockfords I MC berts I Drills I I I your I I I I I Q T GSTRtc r- CFAG 6 ca- no tr n Fresh fish at Elkin Son every Friday tf Before you buy your wire fence see W J Romans tf Let me order those clover seed 2t W H Ward If you want a good corn planter see W J Romans tf A nice line of Dry Goods shoes hats queensware tinware groceries at John Magees 315tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Buggies Buggies Buggies Hasel den Bros sell them tf See the Edge drop Black Hawk corn planter Haselden Bros Call up 56 for you groceries please 315tf John Magee See the largest line o f fishing tackle ever brought t o Lancaster tf Haselden Bros Nineteen pounds of sugar for 1 at New Garrard Grocery tf See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats 2t Rings Rings Rings New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Just revved a car of Ruberoid Roof ipg Haselden Brothers Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Our 10 cts granite sale is a wonder Saturday Mount Elkin We will pay ten cents a pound for hens New Garrard Grocery tf I will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf A full stock of coal on hand at all Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans tf Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t Nothern seed oats tf Mount Elkin We are head quarters for buggy harness Bros John Magee is at the Clay Hamilton stand with a new stock of General Merchandise call and see him and get his prices tf We have tbe right harness at the right prices Haselden Bros See the test given Haselden Bros buggies before you buy tf Bring me your eggs and butter 2t Trade with Ward if you want your moneys worth He also pays highest cash price for eggs 2t For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 91 00 for fir teen Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1June CarrIage triming painting reeairing Rubber tiring wood work General at the Greenleaf stand 322 1m Ray Wearren I have twentyfive two year old mules which I will sell in pairs in Monday at W B Burtons stable Jeff T Dunn New Poultry Firm Bring us your eggs poultry bides feathers and everything in the poultry line Highest market price paid for same at tbe Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 146 Cash for all hogs that die when Haas Remedy is fed as a preven tion Sold in 260 650 1250 cans by FP Friable ask for particulars It T S c 315 pricesLancaster prices2t W H Ward 2t Lancaster There is only one Ruberoid Roofing and we sell it Haselden Brothers T S Elkin Son will put the ice to you this summer instead of Pug tf We have a complete line of gro Good milk cow calf two weeks old tf 0 T Wallace Point Leavell Ky We give highest price for eggs New Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 146 2t Lost Between Danville and Lancaster oflice Guaranteed fatner 2 lbs to you one on Stock Hog is what Haas Remedy will do try a can F P FrisbieyThe Druggist If you are one of Wards customers you are in the right If vou are not customer mak haste and get 2t For sale 200 bushels cultivated Address Wm Goech Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171Atf Call at the New Garrard Grocery Co on depot street for seed potatoes onion sets at lowest prices Phone 146 For Sale Full blooded white Embden white Plymouthrock chickens for sale Eggs in season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Leaven Ky Ask prominet men who reeds it Wm Cook BF Hudson Arch Kaunaugh Jas West Will Todd Jess Fox and many other about Haas Remedy unequaled Sold by FP Frisbie To our customers important please order your groceries as early in the morning as possible so that we can get them to you in plenty of time re member a delivery cant be every place at once W H Ward Taken up As Estray Came to my house about 2 miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchord pike about first of year a red calf about six months old Owner can have same by paying cost of keeping and for this notice Taylor House tf Special Offer For ten days we offer a farm of 70 acres and one of 100 acres both on turnpike giving possession now wheat and all benefits included These are certainly bargain Hughes Swienebroad remedy on the market and will say Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy is the only medicine I have ever found tbat will cure hog cholera Sold and by Mount Elkin Furniture for Sale Privately Having decided to move to New York we will sell all our house hold and Kitchen furniture privately AH first class and in good repair Will sell at a bargain Mrs J M Logan Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky Says I gave my turkeys Bourbon Cure when they were it cur ed them It is the only remedy I have ever used that will cur sick turkeys Sold and guaranteed by Elkin Has it Occurred To You that it is really notcoal but thatyou are Luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the7 pound Our Banne Coal is up It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated fire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can it J A Jones Notice to Trustees The census blanks for the examina tion of children of school age can be had by calling at Co Supts office on Saturday or at office of County Clerk The law requires this report to be filed at the Co Supts office on or before the first day ol May anybodyFor Sale capeReward I Ibis t 1 HempSeed hemp- seedI Geeseand boy saysI dyingand It bums an I the tJ 2t guaranteed eat all eat supply I i I I BUGGIES BUGGIES B TT O O I EWe have them from 35 Can Save You A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU ELKIN As Spring approaches you naturally think of repairing and beautifying your home The most beautiful themost lasting and most economical point you can use is Rainbow Paint We have sold Rainbow Paint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything in the paint FRISBIES DRUG STORE 1 I a UPI I MOUNT I at Y0xeY K0101 3 I I p e I I absolute I a j line Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem r i- I I I j 1 r LANCASTER w u street Zaacaster I IEENHOUSE J- Riekeeat Katacky HYACINTHS jo cents each ALL COLORS Come and See rI IaPots I sIsIsssusssssIsssssi r JOIN CDlSTI f Proprietor 157hose eessseseeessseeessIee Rtscs Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These are r nl- I It I I Isee to IIIIIIIif Roses sea 1 11111 111111 funeral rIowers PlersI aS BULBS Plsats Sewn islpiaE r- Iieddia ts= papers for sale at this officelOld Copyright 1907 by cf MarxHart Shaffner fIll rrII trtII lr ti = == ALL WOOL SUITS B A T S O N S They Wear ffBri1J raill JJ jaI u PI 1Iffii lTrI MENS at They Fit i11 II rI r ffiiF1SlIiiiSJffiiriJiiriJI I Im Y y Iyv J J 4I T l v Wi appreciate deeply tne many compliments passed on our display of MILLINERY oa Opening Diy and feel greatly encouraged by the large number of Hats sold We call your especial attention to the fact that New Goods will arrive Constantly and you will not be asked to select from picked over stock Alexander Walker Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer Millinery is and we extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same NEW GOODS always on hand to select from MRS ADA KINNAIRD A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency By special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residense No 7 1EI J l a rs i FREE I r S arriving i I 7 NEWEST IDEAS In Mens Oxfords Snappy Styles made up for us by the Dunlap Shoemakers Snappy Spring Styles in Knee Suits We can fit your boy and your pocketbook W L DOUGLASS SHOESfor Men Best in the world r I j Boys Personal Mr W J Romans has returned from a brief visit to Cincinnti Mr W 0 Foster of Lexington was a visitor here last week Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton spent Sun day with relatives at Bettis Mr Jacob Joseph has returned from the cities with more new goods Miss Joan Mount has returned from a visit to relatives in La Grange Ky Mr Tim Hamilton of Mississippi is with his grand mother Mrs Mary Fox Miss Frankie Kauffman has returned from a visit to relatives in Huston villeMiss Mattie Bershea of Cynthiana visited her sister Miss Anna Bershea this week Mr George Evans and sister who spent the winter in Florida returned home this week Mr and Mrs Henry Bright Hays of Stanford have been visiting Mr and Mrs J A Beazley Miss Altie Marksbury has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs A II Rice of Louisville Mrs Clay Hamilton and little daugh ter Thelma have returned from a visit in Louisville Middlesboro Cor Williamsburg A M Kinnaird and wife March 22 a son Dr J A McXees of Pleasureville has joined his wife here for a visit to Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill Mr Willis Adams and family Wm Gregory and family and Harry Tomlin son have gone to North Dakota to locate on the fertile lands owned by Hon R H Tomlinson Phnumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetovn Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption e e m e d inevitable until my husband brought home a bot tie of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cougn cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utter lY fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real remedy Guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug gist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free r u J I I I I I CourierBornTo 1 MT HEBRON MissGertude Middleton is quite sick with typhoid fever Miss Mary Preston of Buckeye was with Miss Hattie Duncan Sunday Mr S G Vanderpool of Lexington was with relatives in this locality last weekMr James Mayfield has moved in the house with Mr Wm Woods at BourneMr Brunser of Lock No 8 was the guest of Mr Irvine Duncan Sunday night Mr Solomon Childers of Bryan tsville spent last week with his sister Mrs Lucy Montgomery Mr Samuel Duncan bought a nice horse from Mr Rash Martin of Wash ington county price 125 Mr Dennie Scott spent Wednesday night with his cousin Mr John Roberts near Lock No 8 Miss Lottie IIamm the charming operator of Lancaster attended Sun day school at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Dennie Scott spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mr S B Scott near Junction City Mr Samuel Duncan and wife and Mr R II Montgomery and wife were with Mrs Mary Sanders at Stone Sun dayMr ana Mrs Willie Vanderpool are greatly rejoiced over a fine boy who came the 2Ulh brighton their home christened Guy Mr G A Bruce and Mrs Philip Me William were the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Duncan near Burgin Satur day and Sunday BRYA3TSYILLE J M Smith of Mackville was here SundayMiss Mable Burdette has been at Junction City Mr George Patton is at home from school at Harriman Tenn Dr and Mrs J II Durham spent Sun day with relatives at Stanford Mr and Mrs J II Dunn have been spending a few days at Lexington Miss Alie Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Miss Francis Tomlinson has return ed home after an extended visit to relatives at Lexington- Mr J F Taylor of Harrodsburg formerly County Superindent of Mer cer was here Tuesday There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon j JIa I I I I to I I visiting I j I == =at half past three oclock Miss Anna Lee Woolford of ton came Tuesday for a visit to her cousin Miss Mayme Ballard Mrs Eliza II Ballard has returned home after visiting her sister Mrs W T Woolford at Lexington Mrs Kitty King of Burgin and Mrs J C King of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs J C Williams BEUNA VISTA Webb Christopher left last Saturday for Osgood Ind JHS Spilman made a business trip to Lexington last week Webb Chistopher sold to J B Ruble one horse for SKiO 00 Mrs Skinner spent last Monday with Mrs Boston Lancaster Willard Davis of Nicholasville was in the village last week R P Ison and family of McCreary spent Saturday with lelatives A T Scott was in Cincinnati last week where he went to buy new goodsMrs Maria Lane has returned from and extended visit to relatives in Lex ingtonMesdames Pryor and Jennings re cently visited Mr and Mrs Sam New ton at Burgin Hon Chas Hardin and Rev Buchner of Harrodsburg were fishing near here last week Thos Dean has returned to his home in Versailles after visiting the family of J B Robinson Chas Spilman and wife uf Harrods burg spent Tuesday of last week with Mrs Marv Spilman Virgil Wilds is in Nicholasville and will probably go to Cincinnati to remain indefinately Miss Orpha Ison has returned from Lexington where she was with her brother Rev Joe Ison who is quite ill Miss Virginia King has returned from Lexington accompained oy her sister MOddelle who spending Easter holidays at home Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Eieelric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best of all tonic medicines by R E McRoberts druggist 50c I Lexin i Guaranteed THE National Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President- J E STORM ES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John Stormes- S C Denny I I E I Our stock is fresh and new as dollars will buy them We have standard brands in all goods Examine our new styles before buying your SPRING outfit 200 styles in to select from for Tailormade Suits that costs you no more than ready made goods and you can have them like you want them Let Us Take Your Measure Bright as New Dollar i ICopyright by Hut Schafier 5 Marx itlilJ ffil1iIra IiIJB iI i w 1907 Safety etit fur Reat WILL cs Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linoliura Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in lat est designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Genuine Oil Pictures j c ROBINSON E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED J II I years olrl Painted I II AUTOS We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking I I I W Business I ISolicit Yoflr CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS ooooo M COY RL ARNOLD JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS WCFISH I II II DtP C ORS R G GUYS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II DAINTY CREATIONSI- n Womens Oxfords I- To see them is to like them J Let us show you I Nobbv tine for Men and Boys Mens Pants These pants ore peg leg and other styles Stylish Hats i I I f w vaiv ivvrrv SMITH HERRINGa i FSBHER 2 cc I 0 c L JIM sirrii ERR t I I j ilf 1 L Promotes estionCheerru1 essandBeslCo tainsneith- rrOamMorp1 norWIfIPJa1 IU tmJ sIIr 7w StJivl rIltnIr Remedy for Constipation Sour forms ness mdLosS OF TcSinile Signature of NEW YORK tLfb fT onth oldI JjDOSIsJjr TS aACT COWOF WRAPPER 1 0 If LtD slinitating thcFooandRcgu1awrnwijw NOT OTIC J4- ttSei SLEEP THE CHRISTIAN EWORLD A FLOATING CHURCH How the English Fen Country Given Religious Privileges The scattered parishes of the Eng lish Fen country have been spirit a silly neglected for many years The Fens Ire vast tracts of lowlying marshy land crossed in every direc tion by dykes sluggish rivors and in lets of the sea A typical Fon village is the parish of Holme not far from the ancient cathedral city of Peterborough This is a true bit of primeval fenland over acres of sedge heather and bogmyrtle Scattered over this wide area live some 650 fenlanders who have for generations found the problems of church and chapel day school and Sunday school almost insurmountable says Christian Herald Dnring the winter months however the widow of the late landlord sent a covered wagon six miles round the Fen to bring the children into school each day taking them home again in the afternoon Owing to the peculiar features of the country and the scattered it was found impossible to secure any suitable central point for chapel or mission room and a building on wheels was discussed At last the Rev George Broke vicar of the par ish decided upon a floating chapel which should navigate the intricate winding waterways Accordingly on an ordinary fenlighter some 50 feet long and 12 feet wide a spacious mission room or chapel was constructed 35 feet long 9 feet wide and over 7 feet high Every inch of space was utilized At the far end of the big room are two low platforms each three feet wide and on the upper one of these stands the altar On the right is a small stone baptismal font and on the lower plat form an oak prayer desk and a small American organ There is a tiny pulpit and in the body of the room are two low benches for the choir children for the congregation about 40 beechwood chairs are provided There is no church bell it has been found better to use a flagstaff with special flags A tiny tug whose en gine is fed with peat hauls the church along the sluggish streams and every Sunday there are regular services besides Sunday school childrens service mothers meetings and the like The vicars wife acts as organ ist and there is a choir of six special ly trained girls The effect of true consecration al ways is to cut cleaner the lines of square dealing GOOD NEWS FROM AFRICA Letter from Missionary Tells of Pow er of Gospel to Attract the Negro A letter from Rev W C Johnston of the American Presbyterian Mis sion in Efulen West Africa shows bow the gospel attracts the negro There were 580 people at Sabbath school yesterday and over COO at the preaching service There were S9 in my class of men and we have a young mens class besides a week ago was our communion service and we bad an average at tendance of 220 at each of the three days preparatory services and on the Sabbath there were about 650 people present Eight persons were received on profession There arc 72 on the Efulen church roll now 33 men and 39 women There are 242 in the two inquiry classes and the work is rather en couraging but I have not been able to spend the time in the villages that I need to spend there There are more than 50 inquirers from villages ten miles and more from Efulen and we have during this year received into the cburch six persons living more than ten miles from Efulen Is 600 territorial population tlottomed extending fin Yesterday 1 CASTDRIA For Infants and Children The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA THE CENTAUR NEW YORK CITY w I Yoll I I i COMPANY Torrsy Meetings Rev Dr Reuben A Torrey the famous evangelist closed a three weeks revival in Nashville Tenn on November S and on November IS he opened a mission in Omaha Neb The reports are that Dr Torreys work in Nashville is resulting in great good Much regret is being expressed all over the country that Charles M Alexander who sings with Dr Tor rey will not be in this country this winter Owing to Mrs Alexanders illness last summer Mr Alexander has had to cancel all evangelistic en gagements to accompany his wife on a long sea voyage New Seminary Building A new building for the Gorman The ological seminary at Hloomficld N J is about to be erected in memory of the late Rev Dr Charles E Knox for years president of the semi i y and the pastor of the First r terian church of that town i will cost 50000 There is only on her Presbyterian school for trainir min isters of foreign birth in the The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Di Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pill cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at R E Mc Roberts druggist KAUKSUUKY Born to the wife of Mr Mitchel Lane a boy Miss Kate Moor began school at Mason school house Monday Mrs T i Herring visited here daugh ter Mrs Victor Rice of McCreary last weekMisses and Lee Herring and Mary Chess were inDanville last week shoppingMr Moore who is threatened with fever is at home again from LouisvilleThere be a temperance lecture given at the Fork Church on next Monday night April 8th by C L Col lins Mr Richard McGrath who was called home by the death of his father has returned to Virginia Misses Bess and Fan Poindexter and Mae Robinson spent last week with relatives and friends at Danville Miss Minnie Gulley of Lexington has recently been a visitor at the home of Mr Charley Dean at Camp RobinsonsFleece sold a combined horse to R L Davidson for 25000 He also bought a bay mare for 190 from Cleveland Bourne Mrs N P Cobb and son Robert have returned home from Lexington after spending several days with her sister Miss Allaleigh Browning and Mrs Albert Skeen Mrs Sinard Knave and two little children after spending a week with Mr and Mrs Wm Broadus joined her husband at Danville where they will make their future home An elaborate easter program was by the Grove congregation on Sabbath day The music which been prepared for the occasion the direction of Miss Georgia Dunn was a success But that which delighted the children most was the egghunt after the exercises A prize two books in beautiful binding was to the one finding most eggs Mattie Adams and Glass Carrier were fortunate ones Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by aspidder bite John Washington of Bos Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores be not been persuaded to try Buck Arnica Salve He writes The application relieved and four box Guaranteed B E McRoberts druggist many p tnt Sallie given last had under of given the quevelle had lens first eshealedall thesores25c at J 93000 acres in the Garden Spot of Irrhl 9 Is T5ry luel d sd to the American Paspls i C 3 M ivfi 1 il r l1 jAtascosa County Texas Ranch now on the Market Opportunities like this seldom occur 2ioff payable 10 per month without buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm of from a icacre truck farm to a 640acre farm in balmy South Texas J rp J l n Q J i m a I unaI XX I I thc ape t p I CHAS F interest ii uJirtmy President Roosevelt shid TEXAS IS THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE LORD Investigation will show that this 95000 acres comprises one of the finest bodies of Agricultural and Truck Farming land in the entire state commencing about 36 miles south of San Antonio and about two miles south of Pleasanton the county seat of Atascosa County and through Atascosa part of McMullen Counties to within 17 miles of my G0000acre Live Oak County Ranch which I in four months last year sold to 4000 Home Seekers on liberal terms without interest on deferred payments which gives the poor man from his savings a chance to secure a good Farm and Town lot for his home in town I will donate and turn over to three bonded Trus tees 250000 from the proceeds of the sale of this property to the as a bonus to the first rail road built through this property on the line which I shall designate This property is located on that middle plain between East Texas where it rains too much and the arid section of West Texas where it does not rain enough Its close proximity to San Antonio the largest city in the State with a claimed population of over 100000 enhances its value as a market for Agricultural and Truck farm products far beyond the value of similar land not so favorably located Typography Level to slightly rolling Large broad rich valleys encircled by suitable for homes 90 per cent fine farming land balance land Forestry Ash Elm Gum Hackberry Live Oak Mesquite Pecan abundant for shade fencing and wood Soil About 60 per cent rich dark sandy loam balance chocolate or red sandy loam usually preferred by local farmers and each with soil averaging from 2 to 4 feet deep with clay sub soil which holds water Climate Mild balmy healthy practically free from malaria few frosts no snow no hard freezes continuous sea breeze moderates extremes of heat and cold producing warm winters and cool summers Average temper ature about 62 From the Government record it is safe to assume that the rainfall on this property has been fully 35 inches per year which is more than some of the old States have had and is plentiful for ordinary crops properly cultivated and for Grass Growing Improvements and Water This property is fenced and cross fenced in many large and small pas tures with four barbed wires with posts about 12 feet apart Also a number of fine shallow wells Also a number of fine Lakes and TanksAlso a number of fine flowing Artesian Wells whose crystal streams flow for miles and miles down those creeks whose broad rich valleys ir rigable from these continuously flow ing streams male it the ideal place for the Marketing Gardener who de sires to raise from two to three crops of marketable produce on the same ground every year Farming and Truck Farming Seasons never end This land is adapted to profitable culture of Beans Cabbage Celery Cucumbers Lettuce Tomatoes Beets Carrots Onions Radish Squash Strawberries Cauliflower Okra Oys ter Plant Peas Raspberries Turnips Apricots Cantaloupes Grapes Irish Potatoes Olives Sweet Potatoes Ba nanas Dates English Walnuts Figs Melons Peanuts Barley Blackberries Broom Corn Lemons Plums Tobac co Alfalfa Rye Oranges Peaches Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Wheat Apples Pears Page C3 of the book entitled Beau tiful San Antonio officially issued by the Business Mens Club of San Antonio dated May 1906 says It is readily conceded by all those who know anything about Texas that the most prolific agricultural section is that which recognizes San Antonio as its logical center particularly that portion directly south of San with the Gulf of Mexico border ing on the southeast and the Rio Grande bordering on the south and westWithin the last four or five years in the territory named special at tention has been given to growing vegetables they maturing at a time when they secure the maximum prices on Northern markets which markets they virtually invade without a com petitor The profit in growing in this territory will be seen by an examination of the following figures secured from reliable sources showingNet Earnings Per Acre Watermelons from 75 to 200 Cantaloupes from 4000 to 7500 Cabbage from 12500 to 22500 Cauliflower from 7500 to 20000 Beans and Peas from 10000 to 12500 Tomatoes from 12500 to 40000 I extending anda I i pasture degreesRainfall vegetables purchasers elevations Antonio SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY TfclBCWEKB liynn arisen wf msran with OM fettle in 3 BAYS RHEUMATISM CURE Denns SSSCo Co1umbu o tinr wiUaliMylMJHfIllUMAmM Sold br Druggists AIM MM by V P FRISIIE Dragglit I Potatoes from 6000 to 15000 Onions from 15000 to 80000 Tabasco Peppers from 50000 to 90000 per acre The Chicago RecordHerald pub lished the following individual in South Texas Men who came here with 500 and 600 a few years ago are now inde pendently rich A young man who came to this country for his health bought 18 acres and in one year cleared over 6000 from it which was 33333 per acreAnother man 65 years old from 79 acres sold 5000 worth of pro duce from which he realized 6329 per acre and then raised a Cotton crop on part of it which made him 35 per acre which made the same land net him 9829 per acre for that yearAnother man from 80 acres in 190t realized as follows From Onions 222691 from Cotton 1800 200 bushels Corn 12 tons Hay pounds Sweet Potatoes Another made 3200 from five acres of early Cabbage which was per acre and grew a second crop of Corn and Peas an the same that year Another realized 27000 from 90 car loads of Cabbage averaging 300 per car which was 20769 from each of the 130 acres he had planted Another netted above all expenses 60 per acre on Potatoes and planted the same ground in Cotton that year from which he realized 35 per acre which made that ground yield him 95 per acre Another realized 32966 from 230 acres in Melons which was 14333 acreAnother netted 21000 from 35 acres in Onions which was 600 per acreAnother netted 17445 or 7925 per acre from nine euttings of 220 icres in Alfalfa which yielded in one year 2475 tons and sold at 11 per tonAnother received 900 from one acre in Cauliflower sown in July transplanted in August and marketed inDecemberThe authority quotes the fol lowing statement from the Hon Jo seph Daily of Chillicothe Ill who owns thousands of acres in the Illi nois Corn Belt He says I am one of the heaviest taxpayers on farm lands in Mason and Counties Illinois and I have been familiar with the conditions around San Antonio for 12 years Any thrifty farmer can get rich and make more money off of this cheap land acre for acre than any laud in the State of Illinois that sells from 150 to 225 per acre Come to the land of beautiful sun shine and almost perpetual harvest Where the people are prosperous happy and contented Where the flowers bloom ten months in the year Where farmers and gardeners whose seasons never end eat June vegetables in January and bask in midwinters balmy air and glorious sunshine Where the land yield is enormous and the prices remunerative Where something can be planted and harvested every month in the yearWhere the climate is so mild that the Northern farmer here saves prac tically all his fuel bills and three fourths the cost of clothing his family in the North Where the country is advancing and property values rapidly increas ingWhere all stock without any feed fatten winter and summer on the grasses and brush Where the same land yields the substantials of the temperate and the luxuries of the tropic zones Where the farmer does not have to work hard six months in the year to raise feed to keep his stock from dying during the winter as they do in the North and Northwest Where there are no aristocrats and people do not have to work hard to have plenty and go in the best Where the natives work less and have more to show for what they do than in any country in the United StatesWhere houses barns and fences can be built for less than half the cost in the North Where sunstrokes and pros trations are unknown Where sufferers with Asthma Bronchitis Catarrh Hay Fever and Throat Troubles find relief Where surrounded by fruits and vegetables which ripen every month in the year the living is better and less expensive than in the North Where the water is pure soft and plentifulWhere the taxes are so low that the amount is never missed Where Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denominations are plentiful Where peace plenty and good will prevailWhere it is so healthy that there are few physicians and most of them to make a living supplement their income from other business experiences 500 40 round Taz well th homegrown native society heat 1000 Reward will be paid to any one proving that in this advertisement is not true C F SIMMONS 215 Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas H D Arnold General agent Lincoln Boyle Madison and Garrard Counties anystatement Al K Denny DENTIST Office over HerndonH jewelry store a Its the common virtues that make uncommon saints Re F D Meyers Future Work The National Free Church Council Las definitely formulated tJo schemes by which the Her V B after te res jaioi next srr of Lvs he ausiifs 01 tiio couacii ilijsions and meetings will form the principal part of his labors the council where shall go to conduct them Each missiun will begin on a Saturday and will include the Sunday and the three or four following days Fridays will be reserved Inc committee and work in tionoa The council ays Kcord of Christian Work is also arranging for Mr Meyer to visit South Africa and Australia It is with him as it was with John Wesley My is the world A catholic sphere for a catholic man Work metis the Miners In the antlivatite mining region val oy 150 by E9 iiiHos are over a million liners in one county there are 300 0 antI in en town 22 languages are Ien In th 5 county the Young ens Ohristia r rssociations are or Vtr yal social and relig ts work Cnaivially backed by the lining companies and with buildings ssured by them A Y 2rs Progress The al Missionary society r India vliich was started last Jristmas has now an official organ ailed the Xational Missionary In ollisencer The young society has ceivorl 1C offers for missionary serv ITp to the end of August sub to the amount of GOO had rachrd the treasurer The Richmond Business College has calls for eleven more graduates at 40 to per month and wants twentv five bright diligent students to pre pare for good positions Positions guaranteed Enter immediately School recommended by graduates Write for information 3t The firm of Romans Elmore has been dissolved by mutal consent Mr J W Elmore retiring All parties indebted to the firm will please come forward and settle at once as the business of the firm must be wound up without delay W J Romans 3 8 tf J W Elmore Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in rccc nmendir g it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people Uo tactiec o robbing students of of their money Students can pay in payments Graduates placed into posisious tf Chickens 8 13 cents Each Why fool with setting hens or In cuoators three weeks When W E Moss Phone 384F will furnish you chickens from his thoroughbred Rocks for Si cents each or hatch your eggs for 5 cents each Barred Rock egus 00 per 100 Pekin Duck eggs 00 per 100 Bronze Turkey eggs 25c each All these are thoroughbred stock Give me your order and you will receive pair treatment and gooc1 bargains for Incubators poultry feed sup flies and etc ANNOUNCEMENT am a canidate for the nomination for rep resentative of Garrarrt county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of subject to the action of the Democratic party J O BOGIE USTINBEAZLEY I I M cr I Ill ot her parish eJa t Nai tens 100 Notice humbug Barred 3 5 Agt I Kentucky t vt arranging Il mon tflly LOOK HIGH GRADE Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot Blue Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhu v I barb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bugfct Satisfaction rass of Bears the Signature of FORC COAL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KI LL THE KingsNew ONSUMPTION OUGHS ami 50c100Free Trial Price Surest and Quickest Cure for all THKOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK I t a Royal Denmark Brown horse 1S hands high wel h 12M pounds year i11 mid Kill mate ths pre enisea on of ISfiTat my szabla one mile tress Buckeye pike TVu Dollars to Insure a living colt so ami ami right Royal Denmark was irwl by IIJucI Dave he by Black George he by On Time lie by Stone wall 1st linn by Escort 2ml ilatn by lIme Jean 3rd data by 1envine Kojal Denmark i a per feet model vU plenty of iize and action you see front above that he i one of the heat saddle stallions in the country He a sure foul greet Breeder This horse po seses nIl of thfse riiitllties enl he is certainly beautiful to look at anti hits more than action any saddle horse In the world lie has sired many great show horse Black Hawk Black Jack 15J bands high will snake the season of at EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a living colt sound and alt right Black Hawk was sired by Mitohel Jack he by Grisgs Jack i u oy Imported Warrior 1st dam Imported Jen netThis Jack and Horse will stand under the same terms Alien retained on colts for care taken to prevent accidents but not resousible should o cur 1hone 1S7- MW T Noel Son mi Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION RED LEAF Jr Will make the season of 1007 at my stable 2 miles from Lancaster on Lex ington pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bay stallion I years old 15 by Kcil Bird son of Joe Brown be by CabbellV Lexington First dam by Old Peacock Second dam by CabbcHs Iexington Thi horse will please anyone who wants to breed to the best As a yearold with but little handling he won many blue ties Cabbells Lexington stock are very scarce and are too well known to need further comment Also at same place will stand two Rood Jacks at 10 each to insure living colts A lien on all colts for the season money Money due when mare is Darted with Cart taken to prevent accidents but not responsi ble should any occur Wm LEAR COLONEL This fine thoroughbred Jerey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles front Lancaster on Richmond pike at i the Season with return privilege Money when service rendered E F PIERCE REDUCED RATES Via ROUTE on the first and third Tues days of each month to many points South Winter Tourist Tick ets now on sale good returning till May 31st 19O7 For particulars write King CPTA Lexington Ky Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference the work of the and others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and fishermen especially take notice W Hill R L Burton SFerguson Mrs P Gill Sutton B L Kelley M Myers Jno A Sanders C Arnold J W Sweeney TBice 3 At nil p rhnp I I I al il itO retained due queen Crescent H C Well iq MNLAUNDRY doing POSTED our whatever- as John W D Clay I H Z I Ft getter season any warning SYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill tt C tarriu Gcnis Soia Under Guar antee There is no more common tItan catarrh and none that is more rjiisrrroa It vaakens anti de blliUies tie v itt syssiu if it Ls allotfl to russ Iad3 to serious and sometimes fatal complications It is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines antI treatments for catarrh there only one which is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the nicuev if It does not cure iryoracl Natures remedy for the catarrh No dangerous drug are taken into the stomach when Hyomei Is used Breathed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every Hyo mel outfit its healing balsams to the most remote cells of the throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh healing the irri tated mucous membrane and making complete and lasting cures The complete Hyomei outfit of an inhaler that can be in the purse or vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omei costs only 1 The inhaler will last a lifetime while extra bottles of Hyomci can be procured whenever needed for only 50 cents Ve are selling a many Hyomei outfits at this season have so much confidence in the remedy that we guarantee to refund the money in it does not cure RE McRoberts Druggist Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Nature of the Disease How to Recognize and Cure It Ulcer 01 the stomach may exist for years without very marked excepting those caused by It is due to an inflammation which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away b the gastric juices In good health the re sists the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the back to theshoulder blade At the first symptoms of treatment should at once be started with Miona This is a remedy adapted specifically purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is so uniformly that a signed guarantee is given with every 50 cent box that the money will be refunded if it does not cure Miona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive and building up the whole Use it for a few day and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any food you like at any time without fear of distress R E McRoberts Druggist and TAR CURES Pneumonia and Consumption F tey My ami Tar not oalf Itops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious re suIts from a cold I There is no danger of Pneumosia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Ffttays M My aad Tar Is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night 4 If you have a cough or cold do risk Pueumoia when F leyS and Tar will cure you quickly ma4 strengthen your lungs Remember name Fftbfa JUlMy ami refuse amy substitute offered Donottakechanoa with some unknowa preparation that costs you the same when you can Fefeys Ummmj ami Tar that coats yaw m m ra aad ia aafe sad cactaia n results Contain m opiates E H Jones Pastor M E CkorckJ Md writes About ago I had cold physicians said was very ussr pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a friend Iwas induced to try sample ef Honey and Tar which gave mm so much relief that I bought the regular size Two or three bottles what the phyafciaa called consumption and I have aever bad aay with my throat Three sfces 25c Sfcr The 50 cent size coatains twe aa nehalf times as much as the small sis the 100 boWs almost T i much sale by C C J E Stonaea is of e con- Sisting carried ood andwe cue symptoms indigestion omach a stomach indigestion scientific tone successful organs system FOLEYSHONEY PREVENTS strengthens coughsthe tb Tand cIAfbpt t JI Grove sevea eightyears severe which Foleys some cured me of trouble that metand tm SKI ItFor I disease cure penetrate Coughs andCddi saj get IsM Mad Csptis or avery at or Iua siscs 1JL AN kI