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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, April 19, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907041901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, April 19, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TIlE CENTRAL BECOBD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 19 miraaR IIA I1 I MI rI s- ai arszNra i81 2Wf Wflfflflffflfflfflf IffflfWlffflf IffWflf flftt IffWflfflNfflfftS Farmers Attention We have in stock a complete line of FarmingMachinery i JE i a I I 1 Land Rollers Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Champion Mowers Chattanaoga Plows Champion Hay Rakes Superior Wheat Dirlls Kentucky Wheat Drills Superior Corn Drills 1 horse Genuine Malta Single Shovel Plows Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows Black Hawh Corn Planters 2horse tivator II 3 1 1 Cultivator Buggies Buggies Buggies You must see our Buggies to admire and use them to appreciate their lasting quality and comfortable We make the assersion and hope to keep it ringing in your ears that we are offering you the best BUGGIES and more admirable points in a for the money than any one And invite you to inspect themOur line of HARNESSw- ill convince you that we are giving bargains so dont be satisfied until you see our goods Conn I CashWalterA Wood MowerS3SI HASELDEN 880S1 m m m m riding buggy Bros I I 4 WatHeradea Bea D Herndon StfMN i ffiRNNN Attorneys At law tea Kentucky Once era 8ter ea drug ore I IJJ III 11 HIIlIIf r 1111111111111 J1Beazle9- Ie Undertaker riJoaee ea DaBvIDeStneL r r r rrt L DAVIDSON OMee over Police Court room Prompt attention to tnul R AttenJeyAt I i Law FULL I4IE9F CASKETS JUOfll ESaiWrS lIIJIIIIIJill1I1I1I1 III I IlllJi 111111 illIIIIIIIIII III filu4 lit t e recc County court Monday There will be a big crowd in Monday L and N will soon resume Sunday excursions to Cincinnati Next Monday is boss show day and many good ones will be on exhib tion If a dollar tax was paid on every in town the city till would be filled overflowing The Lancaster Masonic lodge so much work on hand that afternoon meetings are being held Sunday was cold and disagreeable and the girls were again unable t parade in their new headgear Many a good fish lie thought during the long winter months is held back by the cold weather It takes the constant labor of sixt thousand people to make matches the world so it appears that not the matches are made in heaven C E at Grove The Christian Endeavor of the 8tl District will have an all day session a the Grove church Saturday the 27th A fine program has been arranged an interesting meeting is promised Preaching at Fairview There will be preaching at Fairview next Sunday morning and night Rev W C McCallum will conduct the and all the members and public generally are asked to be Lancaster Boy Honored The Roff Oklahoma Eagle tells of the election of Mr J Leslie Anderson as city attorney in that hustling town of three thousand inhabitants Mr An person is a son of Mrs Marv Anderson and has many friends here in his old home who are delighted at his success Important Meeting of Veterans A meeting of Camp M D Logan Confederate Veterans will at ourt house Monday county court day it eleven oclock a m Important to be attended to and every is asked to be present Joe H Arnold Comdr Apeared In Kentucky One of the greatest enemies to the rowing wheat crop that has yet is the green bug that has utterly ruined many fields in Texas Reports from several points in Warren county this State say it has made its appearance there and much alarm is elt in consequence Graduating Exercises The Record has received a invitation to attend the gradual ng exercises of the Gray Street Infirmary Louisville which rill be held at the Womans Club April 3rd Miss Katherine M Arnold of Lancaster is the superinten ent of this splendid institution Ever Notice It Did you ever sit down and wonder in the mischief some people get along asks the Harrods urg Herald Their worldy goods so as one can see can almost be car led on their backs excepting of course their family and dogs Like ihe lily they toil not neither do they spin yet as a general rule they are fat ragged and happy Pooling Wheat The Society of Equity has begun pooling of the wheat crop of the wheat raising States of the West dollar per bushel is tue price fixed s equitable and fair and no one can eny that this is a reasonable price With dollar wheat six cent bogs six ent lambs six cent cattle and fifteen tobacco the farmer will be into something like his own Old Fiddlers Much fun is promised at the old iddlers contest to be held at the court touse Monday night the 22nd A of five dollars will be given the second Competition is open to the world and many old fiddlers will be on land to take part Dont miss it Ldmissin 25cts children 15cts Mr A Jones is the manager which a success in every way Public Speaking I will speak at Bryantsville next Saturday afternoon at two oclock and t the courthouse Lancaster county court day at same time n interest of my candldancy for the democratic nomination for representa ive of Garrard county in the next General Assembly I cordially invite he voters to give me a hearing Respectfully J R Mount A Great Nuisance While it always worries a to be told Lines busy when tiling for a number yet nothing one like being told the same thing every few minutes for a period f half an hour The climax comes and the hurried goes into a coniption fit when he the line wanted has been held by jqung couple consuming the time in ourting is then h e uses rords which can not be found in the innday School papers When be finds bat Jack Hughard has been talking o Maude Likeit during the time the iaeas man has murder is the finest thing in the orW b t pitys sake cut it out for town The the dog has out being for all and services the present be held business member appeared handsome Presbyterian formerly how to far the great ODe cent coming prize J insures Monday businessman provokes however businessman finds a I t outing WInLI t i mange labia beast for siebws x Nothing has been heard of Bill her and Jones Simpson who from the Garrard county jail last wee Jailer Rot offered a reward of hundred dollars for their capture nu trace of the men has been found Barn Burned Mr Jim Naves barn burned Cartersville Friday night Thre horses fifty barrels of corn and implements were burned We are advised in reference to insurance Please Remember This We wish to impress upon the public that the editor of Tbe Record is not the correspondent for any daily 01 other paper Most all the dailies has representatives in Lancaster but this office has nothing in the wide world to do with their work It is can do to paddle our own much less bunt news for daily papers if some other paper steps on your logs tell it your troubles please Wants Kentucky Horses One thousand thoroughbred stallions mares and geldings will be purchased in Lexington in the next few weeks to be used by the officers of the German army Dr Arnold Frank a represent ative of the German emperor has ar rived there and will visit a number of the farms and race tracks to purchase all of the serviceable sound thorough bred horses that are for sale The horses must be between the ages of four and seven years and must be fit teen hands high Mr Yerkes Resigns lion John W Yerkes who has filled the important office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue since 1900 has tendered his resignation the presides having accepted same the latter pay jug Mr Yerkes a high compliment in bis letter of acceptance Mr Yerkes will engage in the practice of law in Washington entering one of the most prominent firms there This is a wise move on the part of Mr Yerkes as he is too fine a lawyer to lose time tilling an office no matter how important the place may be Ills resignation is to take effect immediately True Kentucky Spirit Harry Goivannoli writing from Washington to the Danville Advocate voices the feelings of every Kentuckian in the following At this time o the year the wandering and exiled fancy lightly turns to thoughts of green pastures and loitering streams to the old fisbin holes to jowl and greens and corn pone There is nothing in this benighted and effete east to bring up the lingering shadows that remain in the minds of those who have been there And while these fancies come regularly to the mind of theKentuckian away from home few there be who can give utterance to the sentiments thus aroused Caperton Richmond has relatives here of the death in Stan ford Texas of Rev Milton L Caperton a prominent minister of the Baptist church and an uncle of Col J W Caper ton this city The aged and Godly man expired on last Sunday in his 97th year He was born at the family homestead near Waco this county and was the youngest of ten children born to Wm Caperton and his wife who was Lucy Woods of Revolt ionary tame About the year 1812 Mr and Mrs Wm Caperton and a large number of their relatives including members of the Miller Woods Harris and Es till families moved to middle Their descendants are to be found in all the Southern States Many have attained distinction in their various professions Only one ever returned to Richmond the late Col Wm H Caperton the eminent lawyer who was a brother of the reverend whose demise we are noting The deceased was also an uncle of Mrs J M Lackeye of this To The Public Having been accused of being in sympathy with the saloon people I submit tbe following to establish my record on that question which I better than either of my opponents Come out Monday the 22nd and if I dont prove it I will quit the race To whom it may Concern This certify that in a local option election held in Oldham county in May 1900 that J R Mount then a citizen of said County drew up the petition for said election that his name was signed to it first that he circulated lid petition for signatures and when petition was filed in the County Judges office for said election he gave his iudividulal check towit o defray the expenses of said filing hat he worked constantly and zealous y for said local option election that same was carried in Oldham county and in the town of and said County and Town been dry since We also certify he never drank intoxicating liquors and that he was always in fa or of temperance and against the Signed I T Risley Judge Oldham County H French Attorneyatlaw 0 B alcliff Merchant J P Bozarth Post faster J T Wilson Cashier Peoples D C McDowell Druggist lead President O dham Bank J Wotd ager Cashier Oldham Bank Julian Yager Cashier Oldham Trust Lee D D S R H Voiers Feed ad Stable R B CMtidy M D Very Rtjpl Hum escaped one hut I near farm not wide canoe feel Kentuckians hometo suchpictures except reached Tennessee gentleman city A Card said 32 50 LaGrange Kentucky bas that saloons Bank S Y T Salt J ili awe Register News claims is- o P C- io Yo ink V See Our Swell Line Of LADIES OXFORDS Ideal Pat U OXFORDS asd PUMPS IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES Also showing a nice line of Ox fords in White Pink and Blue Canvas at Popular Prices Florsheim Walk Over And OXFORDS for MEN H T LOGAN The Best tobe Had No Trashg Goods or Cheap Methods TO SELL THEM I We have been in the mercantile business in Lancaster a great many years and the people well know that we bave never deceived them into buy inn cheap shoddy worthless goods We have al ways stuck to the honest 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 our customers good honest goods at a live and let live profit This is why we are now enjoying the best trade in Central Kentucky i 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 same Large lines of Spring and Summer Dfo Goods White Goods Hosiery Laces Trimmings Carpets Druggets- i Lace Curtains Crossett Shoes F THE d0 pfrMdreanttMINCORPORATED I S CES I I I I ss f Get f I L L 1i Y i f t A r ti T iI o4l 0 JJ SEED J It Clover Ti11othy Orchard i I and Blue Grass Cer oa I recleaned and clipped licc just ICOA I The best at the Ilowest prices I FEED ICorn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed feed We in the market all times for Corn and Hay I 1 r v eta northern seed oats received grades are at HUDSON r fFLtTfEIfrE IS LVO t the CUT If you have ever worn a KANTBE BEAT suit you never forget the cut ty You may be right ROW of buy ing a new suit Corns to this store look at our new If styles and bs pleased fli You will see why they are superior to so called tailor made Some clothing dealers are satisfied to sell a man once We want to sell doth in year year j out do this you must be J thinking KANT BEB you in and 0 kept EAT I 1 nery R S Brown New York and Paris Patterns Beautiful Tailored Hats Ready to Wear for Ladies Milan Sailors for Children styles and prices to suit all have an up to date and experienced trimmer who will take pleasure in waiting on you Call and see us before buying elsewhere rrillinery AT Bro s We his trade OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING PAINT Everyone r We know what to look for and what to for Its likely you dont Thats where well help you Weve experimented our experience will save you trouble and annoyance When we tell you THE PAINTS FOR ALL KINDS OF GOOD PAINTINGa- re the best paints for anything paintable you may it Let us show you color cards lookout i dependupon B- Yl1cRoberts DYUg Store r r 1 I III JI I SHERWIN WILLMMS SOLD ww Buggies I Ii OLD WAGONS III fence 6uggvI Harness I All Kinds of Plow Gear III Steam and Gasoline Engines I l w ilJ HICKORY Wire 1 JI WaJz ROMANS ISSUED WEEKLY 109 AYKAR LOUIS LANDRAJVv EdrPubr Entered at the Fut Ofitr r Lnncaiiffr Ky at StcmidCla Mnil Matter Lancaster Ky April 19 1906 His legion of friends are delighted to know that Harry Giovannoli has been given an important promotion In the Internal Revenue office in and that it carries with it a sub stantial lift as regards dollars for the clever Kentuckian Mr Giovannoli won a wide reputation as a newspaper man while down here in the Blue Grass section and made friends by the score His is one of the very few promotions won upon merit alone political Dull having nothing whatever to do with it Every news paper man In the state is grateful to lion John W Yerkes the for taking this recognition of the big brained lovable Danville boy If the new pure food law should some distillers to print the name of every ingredient in theirstuff there would not be enough room on the hot tie to paste the label Once in a while a fellow can get a nip of good whiskey but may the good Lord help the man who goes up against the average article sold today In the good old days whiskey was made to drink but to day it is made to sell It was a wise judge who in Cleve land decided that a lady should not pay a bill because the dress was made to hidethe graceful curves of her figure instead of showing them off to an ad vantage A little hard for the mo diste however but the decision was a just one The Texas legislature has enacted a law requiring hotels to have sheets at least nine feet long Now if a law be made requiring hotels to wash sheets at least once a month a suffer ing public will rejoice and be exceed ingly glad And now comes a crank who says the kind of bread mother usud to make was the cause of indigestion Possibly yet very few people who have associate it with the days when they ate homemade bread The author of the musical comedy Florodora died the other day in En gland but Florodora chorus girls are still getting divorces from rich and figuring in murder trials Doesnt this weather beat elderly peoples recollections BOURNE Allen Ray was visiting her niece M Clark S N Morford bought a veal calf of Tim Ford for 8000 Joel Marsee bought two shoats of Sam Morford for 1200 Willard Hamm sold young mules to Noah Parser price 25000 Joe Turner was visiting his parent Mr and Mrs J M Turner Sunday Mr E W Bourne a hustling drummer of Lexington made this town a call last week Morford Dunn have opened up a beautiful line of Spring goods call and see them Mr Charles Wilson of Wilmore was visiting his sister Mrs Milt Carpenter Saturday and Miss Edith AJdridge and baby are spending several weeks with Mrs J H Durham at BryantsvilSe BEUNA VISTA Joe Skinner of Marcllus was home Sunday Mrs Marshall Scott and children are visiting at Richmond Geo Ruble has been threstened with an attack of appendicitis Miss Margaret Bobinson has from an extended visit to Bryants ville Miss Carrie ofUichoIasvile was the guest of Miss Bessie Bolton SundayMiss Mae Robinson of Marcellus spent a few days last week with Miss Bessie Bolton Ed Lane and family of Illinois who were called here by the lllmtss of Mr Lanes mother Mrs Belle La ties been visiting the family of James JohnsonA thrown in Logans1 Creek at Rowland March 2 1906 by Roy Shanks was found by Geo Recor d April 6 1107 on the banks of Dix not far from here Quarterly meeting will be h eld at Browns Chapel next Saturday and Sunday Preaching twice each day the How es of BarbourvilleThe of the wild wocaan seen near here which has been ctrculating in some of our newspapers is abuJous so far as We can determine O T Wallace was down last week surveying the school ground at Linden Dale The house enlarged and and the play ground enlarged The Rice of Health The price of health ins a malarious district is of Di Kings New Life Pills Ella of Nolan Ark Nerve Life Pill cleanse gentry and fcmpgfft new life and vigor to tt ie system Satisfaction at B Roberts druggist J Washington bIg hearted Commissioner I require indigestion I husbands Mrs J two Sunday BOl den have river by El Rev repaired cost fb x Slayton J k 1 T kCi fAGU gigs tt returned 9 just 5centsalae writes ells guaranteed 1 Die CREMERY FOR LANCASTER Somthing Badly Needed and Can Be Secured by a Little Hustling Criancu of a Lifetime Messrs Jones and Bancroft of Chi sago Bitild ng ManufuuV are in town interviewing our business men and farmers in the interest of establish ing in Lancaster a butter factory on Elgin system of manufacturing butter shipping sweet cream etc Nothing could be established that would oe of more benefit than the proposed plant The output or butter from the creamery will call for onethird more than the home made product By the whole milk to the factory the seperator will produce twenty percent more butter than can be made at home The skimmed milk returned to the farmer of which he receives eighty per cent back will be sterelized and re main sweet thereby containing more nutriment for feeding than sour milk with all the cream left in after skim ming and making butter at home un der the gravity system The proposed plant will be equipped with the latest improved machinery and appliances the seperator having a capacity fur seperating the cream from three thousand pounds of milk per hour The improved machinery and the ways of conducting and creameries are entirely diferent from the old system of creamgathered creameries where the farmer had cream cans and raised cream at home losing one pound of butter to every 100 pounds of milk that can be gained by putting the same amount through the seperator at the factory An institu tion of this kind under proper manage went would be a success from the start putting in circulation several thousand dollars a month within a radius of six or seven miles around town which is sure to hit the different channels of trade among the various lines of business in the town farming improves the land in a substantial manner and enhances its value Some of the benefits are that the farm is fertilized by the keeping and feeding of cattle while by the raising of grain exclusively it is im poverished While what a creamery does for the merchant the doctor the miller in fact all lines of trade is obvious it gives the farmer cash with which to pay his bills each month while under the ordinary operation of grain raising their bills are paid once or twice a year Moreover it enables the farmer and other produc ers of milk to realize the highest possible under aud conditions for their product with the least a mount of labor and you will always notice that Elgin butter is quoted eight to ten cents more than the average country butter The plan of operating the plant will be purely cooperative no one owning more than one shareSlOO and nothing to be paid until the plant is completed and ready for operation The above named gentlemen have established and built plants of this kind at Shelby ville Bloomfield and other points and at this time are building plants at Taylorsville Bowling Green and at Paint Lick If you have not already met them they will probably call on you and explain the matter at length Remember the success and growth of the town and county depend on the efforts of the business men and farm ers and their being awake to the op portunities as they present themselves This is an enterprise our people should encourage and not let pass BllYANTSVILLE Mr J C Williams was in Harrodsburg TuesdayMr Rout spent Sunday at StanfordMiss Boner has been visiting in Jessamine this week Mr Jeff Dunn sold 18 mules to Mr Noah Matsee for 125 each Mr G B Rose is at home from Boone ville where he went on business Miss Jennie Burnside is at home spending the winter in Texas Dr B M Swope bought two Shetland ponies from Mr Jeff Dunn for 815ft Mr J Hogan Ballard of Lexington has been spending a few days at home Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnDr Jean of visited Mrs Mary Berkele the latter part of the week There will be preaching at too Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk of Lexin ton has returned home after a visit to relatives here Miss Bessie Patton has returned home after an extended stay with re latives in Texas Miss Josephine Moss of Jessamine is visiting her grandmother Mrs Josephine Boner Miss Allie Dunn of Madison Insti tute spent from Friday uotil Monday with her sister Miss Levy Dunn Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin hot or full of humors if you have poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh or blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich or by express 91 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es advised for chronic deep seat ed cases as it after all else I I ViI sending I j Dairy I after i j diseased any fails r d C operating amount fully Danville blood eat- Ing rheumatism Druggist cures J I j j j i i Danville Ky There never was a season when we offered our out of town customers greater inducements than now It is a time when everything is advancing by leaps and still it is very difficult to get deliveries of any desirable goods Beginning last July we placed orders for all kinds of goods for this Spring In this way we not only secured very good deliveries but also last years low prices With the single exception of cottons and such staples we giving our trade the full advantage of our foresight All Laces and Embroideries of which we have an immense line are being sold at lowest prices ever named on such goods Ginghams Lawns and hundreds of pieces of new fancy Goods are all at last years low prices White Goods and Linens from the cheapest India Linen to finest Linen Cam brie are every one at last years prices Muslin underwear and summer net underwear are priced as though there had been no advance Silks in Blacks and solid colors and a great line of Fancy Dress Silks are alll selling now as cheap as they did last summer We are showing this season the largest line of really high class suits ever shown in Central Kentucky Every size color and all prices from Sio to 75 Nob by silk Jumper and shirt waist suits from 10 to 835 Beautiful braided Linen suits from 10 to 2250 Black Voile suits from 18 to 50 Over 300 new seperate skirts to select from at every price from 5 to 18 Silk Satin and Net shirt waists in many new and attractive styles and more than styles of white and black muslin Shirt Waists from Si to 6 At 5 we offer black silk Petticoats made of Taffeta worth 125 yard and made with wide and very full ruffle with full dust ruffle Only 50 more at the price Itf Repeat That there never was a time when it would pay you better to come to us for your spring shopping You will save good and what is still more important you will find a full stock of new and desireable merchandise Strictly uptodate style and reliable qualities Danville Ky tlD 1R a 1a I Vi1lld7Jj VU R I I I I po I t i I 25new 1j money m in i I I J tty I G l I A 1 I1I1 I a fa are Wash is l Rcadzto Wcdr I A w y1 very i l1 1 RillT ttt IMPORTANT NOTICE Rules adopted May 13 1S9S These rules will be enforced In order that the benefit of the Lancaster Graded Common School may be extended only to those entitled to same by the terms of the law following rules are hereby adopted t Only the following children are en titled to tution in the Lancaster Graded Common School First Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in the school district The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or par ents If neither parent is living then their legal residence may be with their guardian or guardians whose le gal residence is within the District Second Children not entitled to free tuition may be admitted to the school on payment in advance of at such rates as may from time to time be fixed by the Board of Trustees Pupils not entitled to free tuition will not be received by the Principal into the school unless evidence is produced to him that tuition has been paid in advance for the time for which the pupil is entered or on the order in writing of the Board of Trustees enter ed on their record book A certified copy order presented to the Principal will be authority to him for the admission of a pupil or pupils named therein No children under school age will be admitted at any time A copy attest tf J B Kinnaird Secty Shirts Collars Ties Summer under wear sock supporters gloves socks and in fact a pretty nice little line of dry goods and furnishings at Wards Grocery 2t We have the best seed sweet potatoes in town and the price is right 2t W H Ward Will pay 15c per dozen for eggs this week Ward We have the famous onley brand of canned goods Everybody knows what they are H Ward Notice to Trustees blanks for the examina tion of children of school age can be Saturday or at office of the County Clerk The law requires this report tobe filed at the Co Supts office on J or be fore the irst day of May w I free tuition y i o f s u c h I W H I had by calling at Co on I J The census Supts Office Dave Walker says that Morgan told him that Ben Tillman said he heard Edd Harriman say that Grover Cleveland had heard that there was no doubt that Malcom House said that domes La Follett told him that he thought John W Gates had told an amsterdam liebelous editorial writer that Jim Hamilton had declared that it was gen erally believed that Alexander Dowie told Bob Davidson that he heard Nat Goodwin say that secretary Taft had told Dave Ross that you could buy American Fence the Cheapest Buggies Harness and Best Hardware at Mount 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 PaintV We have sold Rainbow Paint for thepast seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an guarantee that it will last for 5 years Agnar that is a guarantee We handle intlkrjlgt DRUG STORE rfifffJlIJjJffiiffjlgi01fi1L0JI fJfffJ r XSf S Il Bl r EI ins I Y T 01 rsY l Y01 YS 1g absolute everything line rRISBuIS aYf Pie ont G Q Q tee t r JliliIJffi r JI I Price tiI I One I r I 1rnfrlJ Bir rrQJ rrtffiIrnHmrrdl Il i i1f JrE3 IN t r fiii DO1iSIT PAYNO IT DONT PAY TO HANDLE Weak Lines and Poor Assortments in Merchandise and TRY FOOL CUSTOMERS IS ItTO GOOD WE HAVE STRONG LINES and GOOD ASSORTMENTS CLOTHING and SHOES DRY GOODS and NOTIONS I Ii TO i TALK j CHEAP 3 You Know Its SOJ i Wi appreciate deeply tne many compliments passed on our display of MILLINERY Opening Day 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 arriv ing and ve extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same NEW GOODS always on hand to select from MRS ADA KINNAIRD All kinds of Seeds SWEET POTATOES home grown best On the j market K Brazillian White Brazillian E Bermuda Southern I Queen Vineless I Also all kinds of Seed Irish Potatoes L G DAVIDSON on I I Mrs I i I t s I i I f I s s WELL SELECTED Personal Miss Lizzie Hudson is with Danville relativesMiss Rigney is visiting rela u lives in Danville Mr W B Moss was in Cincinnati and Louisville this week Rev C M Chumbley of Campbells ville was here Friday Miss Taylor of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs C C Brown Rev C S Ellis has returned from several days stay in Cincinnati Miss Virginia Goodloe is visiting Miss Pearl Conner of Bordstown Mr II B Xorthcott has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Dr Marshal Denny spent Sunday vith his home folks in the country Miss Tillett was confined to her room with grippe the past week Miss Jennie Burnside of Brvants ville is the guest of Mrs W O Rig ney A very enjoyable impromptu dance was given at Armory Hall Friday eve ningMrs C M Chumley of Campbellsville visited Mrs W I Williams the past weekMr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville visited Mrs Rebecca West SundayMiss Foster of Richmond was the guest of Miss Bruce Pumphrey this week Mrs Mike Kennedy of Crab Orchard has been visiting her sister Mrs Ebb DickersonMrs Gott and Miss Fannie Wi son have returned from a visit to Rich moud relatives Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Mrs Robert Brewer of Chelsea I T is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J J Walker Miss Margaret Tomlinson was the hostess to the Embroidery Club the past Thursday afternoon Lexington iss Susie Stone has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives iu Lancaster Mrs Bunks Hudson and childrenPor ter and Banks Jr are in Lexington visiting her mother Mrs Kennedy Mrs Mattie Nevieus of Stanford Sallie LeaderM I I I l and Mrs Edgar M Nevieus of Galveston Ga are with Mr and Mrs Joe Nevieus Mrs Alexander Kennedy who been spending the winter with daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has to her home in Lexington The following attended the C W B M at Somerset this week Eld F M Tinder Mesdames Emma Kauffman and E L Poor Misses Sallie Elkin Rel la Arnold Bessie Gulley 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 1 was persuaded to try 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 Guaran teed by R E McLioberts druggist r0c In Memoriam At 1230 Wednesday morning April 3rd Mrs Jane Jennings died after an illness of about four weeks of pueu monia She was seventy one years old and is survived by one son Sam B Jennings one brother W J Roman and four sisters Mesdames Blanken ship of Missouri Petty of Illinois Cotton of Madison county and Sebas tian of this place The husband and three other children had precee h d 1 er to the grave many years ago Aunt Jane as she was familiarly called was a devout member of the Christian church for nearly half a century and few if any better women eyer lived in Lancaster She was a true wife and mother in all those words imply a neighbor beloved most bv those wl o knew her best Since the writers childhood it has been her sweet to be much in Aunt Janes home and her welcome smile and warm hospitality will ever be one hallowed memory She was ever cheer full charitable and good May her good needs be emulated and her be a shining crown in the Great Beyond The tired hands are folded and the weary spirit has found its rest Notwithstanding the inclement weather a large concourse of friends and relatives followed the remains to their last place in Lancasters beautiful city of the dead The grave was covered with floral offerings the last tribute of loving friends and with the rain drops gently falling with our tears on the sod we left this friend and mother Asleep in Jesus has her Eec ric I privilege I I restin I and children returned reward Angel MANSE Rovston who has been sick is improving slowly Rev W I McCallum will preach at Fair View Sunday April the 21 Mr Jim Doores is some better he has been very low with the Grippe Miss Panthy Royston is at home from Douchester W V to see her sick sisterDr Doores has returned hime te has been with his sick brother Jim Doores 1VALLACETON Miss Clara Bowlin returned Friday from Orlando Miss Marv Bowlin went to Paint Lick Thursday Miss Effie was with her homefolks Sunday Mr Jack Kidd is suffering from a relapse of La Grippe Mr Archie Kidd wife and baby visited relatives here Sunday Rev W R Hunt filled his regular ap pointment at Wallace chapel Sunday Mr John Allen visited his parents in Rockcastle county Saturday and Mr Winfred Gentry of Red Lick was a visitor at Mr Robert Gentrys Saturday and Sunday Mr E B Wallace was out to church Sunday and reports his wife so far re covered as to be about the house J T Baker youngest son of Mr and Mrs J A Baker of this place was ordained as a Presbyterian minister at Clifton Tenn where he is the president of a flourishing college Last Wednesday evening Mr Willie Weaver and Miss Flossie Collins were married at the home of Rev T M Smith the officiating clergyman The best wishes of many friends follow them to the home in Illinois where they expect to go soon Phnumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors consumption s 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 cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utter ly fail you oily 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 I Hiss Hiille v rry Richwell Sunday I recently I I I t- J prediction I One i I Price Dont Take Our TALK I I Ell E5 ITaJrneI Jiilrn JB fB rrtf m iiI 9 h4 xlW Now Complete Our Spring goods are now in and we ask you to come and see them as we have all the newest things for Mens wear New lino of Wilson Bros Shirts TIES and HOSIERY just received Do not fail to Stetson Low Cuts and Shoes Hcmphill West B L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prcsu W G Keeper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Ijj II 8 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By special arrangements with Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residenee No 7 Bastin anyone I1 Lancaster Greenhouse SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS A little ofevery thing Come and see CUT FLOWERSF- or all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS Kinds Now Ready John Christmas Prop Phone 157 I IF 1 1I1111 I Ti I I I J I 0- I I I W I E I I I R I All I s I L 11jiM MMMM t SUSUSSSSIPUSISSIS11SSS1SSSSSSNSSUUSSSSSS1S Si US SSIP44I4S4 THE National Bank Of Lancaster Swpbs10000 R DENNY Presideat J E STORHES Yice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Bobinson Asst Castfr Embry Bookkeeper DIBECTOKSl Saml DCochran Alex Tft Denny JG- Bobiofion John U Stormes S C Clfitll 50000 A R T Den 1 Safety t B for Rent We Solicit Your Built I JVI K Denny DENTIST I office over Herndons jewelry shore r i Stock and Crop T F Mitchell sold his 100 acre farm near Brannon in Jessamine county to William Clark of Lancaster at 86 an acre This place sold less than fifteen years at 3S au ecre Leslie Hagan of Bourbon county sold two litters of pins 142 head from eight sows during a period of ten months for the sum of an aver age of 150 per sow It is said that a Shorthorn steer 4 years old owned by C F Behrens of St Clair county Ills weighing 3600 pounds be exhibited at the Jauies town exposition To stamp out the fever tick a quarantine has been established by the State Board in Cumberland and other counties on the border of Ten nessee and the authorities of the lat ter State are with the Kentucky officials An Iowa paper figures the corn stalk crop in that state can be worked up 1844000000 gallons of alcohol or than than enough to supply all power light and heat If the great expectations about denatured alcohol are realized the bi brown jug will bring forth wonders Eggs from the year old hens will gen erally produce better chicks than those from pullets if the hens are of the right sort It is better therefore to depend largely on the pullets for eggs during the winter rather than to push the yearold hens too hard Let the young hens lay well of cous but plan to have them produce their best eggs at breeding season At that time they should be mated with the best male obtainable All the western markets as well as those in Kentucky report horses phenomenally well this spring Little stuff is not popular but such a demand for big work horses never existed before at the price are sending farm mares from Chicago to the Canadian Northwest and experiencing no trouble in selling themMrs W F Heathman CiintenvillCj Ky says for several years I have lost my turkeys about breeding time with the cholera I have tried a number of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only remedy I have ever found that will cure them Sold and by Mount Elkin Wyandotte Ky Says 1 had fourteen hogs sick with the cholera and had turned one in a rye field to die Some of these hogs could not eat I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin The great work of the Society of Equity will be done in the proper dis tribution of the prcducts of the farm and then there will be no fluctuations in the markets There are no other reasons for a fall or rise of cattle hogs sheep or grain of a cent or a day except a glutted market or a scant supply If the supply is sent to the market needing it there is no reason why there should be any fluctuation from day to day unless it is caused by the speculation of who never buy a real product The world needs every mouthful of food raised and can pay for it and must have it A proper distribution is all that is needed to have a steady and fair market Poultry Rasing Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultryraising is one of the best pay ing lines in his business Statistics show that the eggs sold alone pays him more money than the output of either corn or wheat Now is the time of year to FeedYourFowls a Good Remember that only healthy hens lay 41144 not only cures Roup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 3 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist R E McRoberts Within a mouth there will be marked deterioration in hog quality western markets said John J Murphy Cudahys buyer at Sioux City Iowa I never saw it better than at the present Every run at the stock yards is a beauty show You can see load after load of straight barrows without a packer in them The country is not marketing sows and what is going to the butcher at present is the cream of the crop The time is not far away however when the scraping process will begin and choice hogs will go to a premium At present quality is selling at a dis count simply because there is a plethora of it There has been such a margin between and hogs that growers have fed the stuff out Six weeks from now there will be a spread of a half a dollar in prices and the speculator will be as busy as ever in fact he will be needed to shape up the run Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by aspidder bite John Washington of Bos quevelle Tex would have lost his leg which became of running sores had be not been persuaded to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four box eg healed all the 25c Guaranteed at B McBoberts druggist CASTOR IA Wets ud CUUn- kIk IM YN ton Ahms taett 1200 is to cooperating Into more sell- Ing I I Speculators guaranteed F A Estes I I I I Tonic corn amass sores E I I i1 r 1- rMllYuf r el rru lWwrrw ago twin gamblers at- all Far o Bears the SigBatareoi11 i a ANNOUNCEMENT- I am the nomination for rep resentative of Garrard county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Ken tucky subject to the action of the Democratic party J O BOGIE Business Items i at Oonn Bros tf j BUlgy painting at Conn Bros tf Phone 181 for any thing in groceries 2t i All kind of pumps at Conn Bros Highest market price paid for try produce Gill Walker Simpson For sale good baled hay at 70e a bale Turners Grocery Will have court day Russell county Brazilian Seed Sweet potatos H M Balku Our Motto Prompt Delivery- 2t Gill Walker Simpson I Call at Turners Grocery and get your Granite ware at lowest prices For sale a new up right piano at half price H M Ballou Watch for the white horse and save your orders 2t Gill Walker Simpson Vegetable Plants For sale at the Lancaster Greenhouse Richmond st and raid road crossing Call at S D Turners Giocery and get best Shredded Kraut 20c per gal Ion 2t Have that leakiogiroof stopped and pump repaired by a now one and the guttering put up by Conn Bros tf For Sale For Sale a phaeton buggy good as new MrsJM Logan Highest cash for all Produce at Tur ners Grocery Depot street successor to New Garrard Grocery Co Phone 1462t Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Gooch Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171Atf Carriage triming painting reeairing Rubber tiring wood work and General blacksmithing at the stand Ray Wearren Gold watch charm V A L engraved whereon Lost about April 1st either in town or on Lexington pike Reward for return to this office For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 81 00 for Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1June Strayed Strayed from my residence on Rich mond street a black sow white nose and white right hind leg Information thankfully receivedMrs Ophelia Dunn Fresh fish at Turners Grocery every week at lie per pound 2t Wanted a man to sell and erect the Potts Lever Drive in Garrard county Call on or address 0 W Potts 419 4t Teatersville Ky Embroidery Eyelet or French Embroidery shirt waist sets Lace insertion Wallachian embroidery Call and see our patterns Stamping done promptly Mrs J S Kendrick 4th and Walnut sts Dan ville 2t Fine Eggs My pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks bred pure for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of A C Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish a few settings of eggs at 1 for 15 W H Wherritt Lan caster tf 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 recommending it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No bum bug tactiec No robbing students of of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf I Q a horse shoeing coud Greenleaf 3221m Lost 2t AU TIN BEAZLEY tt r S fifteen HIGH GRADE Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees t t Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rim j barb and Small fruits We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F SONS KILL THE COUCH CURE TIlE LUNGS Dr lings New of k AD Oil Satisfaction WISH COALi PRCE T iasw I A1N ALL TINNATANIIl1Nk- TMUMEaIID ATIilAOT-Oof 1rOII1ly ZUVUD jD AN APPEAL FROM AFRICA Young Men in the Congo State Ask for Christian Teachers Some young men at rJonganrtanga in the Congo State appealed to the Con go Balolo missionaries for a teacher Not long after when the mail arrived the young men came eagerly Are any more teachers coming to us Not yet was the reply Whiteman you wont leave us until Mr and Mrs Ruskin return or other teachers come and understand our lan guage will you May we write a and will you print it in the you send to England The following was thereupon writ ten by the natives without any sugges tion or alteration by the missionaries- A Letter to the Teachers in Eu rope translation Listen to these words We are those who went astray but the Lord did not leave us He sought us with perseverance and we heard His call and answer Now we are His slaves no other master at all And we pray the Holy Spirit to show us the way to Christ and truth Behold we tell yon a word of truth We had three teachers one in Europe and another has to Ikau and this one who stays with us his furlough is due and his works are many The works arc printing and the work with the workmen and the teaching of Jehovah God just he and his wife If he goes to rest in Eu rope with whom shall we be left It is good that you should send us teachers who will cause us to be full of the words of the Father Friends what do you run away from Death Or the long distance What did the Lord command He said Go and preach the gospel in all the world When we went to Royela the peo nle said to us Come and teach us the news of Jesus then we shall hate sin and turn towards the salvation of Jesus Christ We have not great strength but pray for us to the Father God that He strengthen us in spirit and body then we shall spread abroad His good news that it go in every placeBehold we ask you in all your as semblies to pray for us and our And we have seekers females and males they seek Jesus but they are waiting for the joy of the Holy Spirit it is good that you pray Jesus on that accountWe have a desire to hear your teachings in the teaching of Jehovah God and we have a thirst to see you in the eyes but we have not the We have not the here below but we shall have in heaven Tn the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost One God We who write to you these words Bongolio Mboyo Bokombi Batangu Bofcuha Nsoletumba Ikala Ifekere Entoku Lifafu Lomindo Nkoli Lo konzo Imolo Bolele Ifungi Bofekwa Bomolo Bolembe Illema Many think they are defending faith when they are only fighting against the necessity of thinking OLDEST SUNDAY SCHOOL Philadelphia Organization Celebrates Its Ninetysecond Anniversary The Sunday school of St Johns Episcopal church Northern Liberties Philadelphia is said to be one of the oldest Sabbath schools in the United States It has just celebrated its ninetysecond anniversary although it really began as a FirstDay School under private auspices in 1805 It has 432 pupils 29 officers and teachers and it sends out hun dreds of dollars every year to mis sions aside from helping with the support of the church Coincident with this school is the Sabbath school of the First Presbyterian church Newark N J which has also just celebrated its ninetysecond birthday This school has over 1000 pupils 300 being in the home department It also supports two missionaries one in Canton China and the other in Hamidan Persia entirely of the church and of the regular weekly contributions The children and teachers earn every cent of the over 1200 they send to the board of foreign missions each year for the salaries of these two representatives at the front When men pray for harvest they often get a plow Call for Ministers The Lutheran church has issued a statement that there is a need for 1000 new ministers to fill vacant charges and new missions of that ecclesiastical body The officers of the home mission board in conference with the Pittsburg synod came to that conclusion at a conference held in that city the last of October The reports pointed out that there was call for from 50 to 80 to take charge of missions in New England A New Religious Feature Theres nothing new in holding street meetings before a church serv ice or in the use of illustrated serm ons but it is a new one to hold an illustrated openair service after the Sunday evening service Pastor Bar rar of Wissahickon Pa has been doing this with pleasing success Room for One More A preacher recently asked a wen known citizen of Warren why he didnt come to church oftener Oh because there are so hypocrites there he answered Dont let that discourage you theres always room for one more you know replied the Pa Mirror Growth ef Christianity Christian missions started with 120 despised Galilean Now there are 120000009 of Protestants who have Is their power all the resources of tile jrarli inquiring letter paper one teachers opportunity opportunity irrespective a many preacherWarren s Royal Denmark1 Brown horse K handa high weight 1200 pounds is S years did and will mate tha pre sent season of 1907 at my stable one mile from Buckeye pike Ten Dollars to insure a living colt sound and all right Pedigree Royal Denmark ired by Black Dave he by Black George he by On Time he by 1st dam by Escort 2nd dam by Blue Jean 3rd dam by IVuvIue Royal Denmark i a per feet model with plenty of and action yon see from above that he is one of the beat saddle stallions in the country He i a sure foal getter a I a great jreeder This horse po sexes all of these qualities and he is certainly beautiful to look at ind hay more than action an scddle horse In the world He has sired many great show horse Black Hawk Black Jack 15 hands high will make the season of 1907 at EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a lirlng colt sound and all right Black Hawk lie oy Imported Warrior 1st dam Imported Jen netThis Jack and Horse will stand under the same terms retained on colts for sea son care taken to prevent accidents but not resonsible should any occur Ihoue ls7M W T Noel Son im Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION RED LEAF Jr Will make the season of 1007 at my stable miles from Lancaster on Lex ington pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bay stallion 4 years old 153 by Red Bird son of Joe Brown he by Cabbells Lexington First dam by Old Peacock Second dam Cy Cabbella Lexington This horse will please anyone who wants to breed to the best As a oyearold 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 good 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 Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at r the Season with return privilege Money due 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 1907 For particulars write H C King CPTA Lexington Ky Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in 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 th ink anything about what you are doing 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 warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice John W Hill SFerguson Clay Sutton IM Myers ZTBfefc BLBortoa Mrs Gill B L Kelley Jan A pws at was ize bred wu sIred by Mitchel Jack he by Grigg3 Jack A lieu 2i retained Queen Crescent MNLAUNDRY POSTED P D H CArDON Stonewall Senders wey 1 Four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple rules 1 Keep the bowels open very day l Chew food slowlv and thoroughly Avoid indigestible foods 4 If there are any symptoms of stomach trouble take before each meal until cured No matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes backaches weakness and indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use o MionaTake one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed to get the most benefit out of it Miona Is not a fanciful expert ment it is not a patent medicine it is not a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for one trouble weakness of the digestive organs It is a permanent cure sold under a guarantee that it costs unless it does all that is for it 311ona costs but 50c When Mlona has been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten Is converted into so that nourishment and health are given to the whole system and there is a rapid Increase in weight strength and spirits RE McRoberts Druggist WHAT IS CATAltfl Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure bY Hyoniei or Will the Money Until very recent years it was thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science has proved that catarrh is a germ dis ease and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that if you want to cure it you should use Hyomel which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Hyo mei you are really treating your troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and as that found on the where the pine forests give oft their fragrant and healing balsams If there is any doubt In your mind as to the power of Hyomel to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it Is sold should destroy all doubt as we offer to refund the money should Hyomei fail to benefit The complete Hyomel outfit eon sisting of an inhaler a bottle of Hy omei and a medicine dropper costs only while extra bottles can b obtained for 50 cents R E McRoberts Druggist Stubborn and Colds FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that mtm your head ache your throat and lugs sore and inflamed that rob yo eC sleep until your system becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by Fvfey HwMy MMlTarw soothes and heals the inflamed sages allays the feverish conditteaa stops the cough and prevets results from a cold Is the only prominent cough BM oa the market that does sot comtaa opiates or harmful drugs of any and on this account is safestfor chfldrem It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop lag Cough and will quickly cure th racking cough which follows ac and leaves so many chOdrem with tangs unless properly treated Remember noose refuse sabati lutes that cost yaw th MOM as th genuine Do sot take ctaacas with tome unknowm preparation C UBger 211 Maple St ChaapiafB ID writes I was troubled with a hacking couth for a year and Ithought Itried agreat remedies aad I vader the t physicians for several I eae bottle of Fofeys Hooey a4 kcared ae and I mat s 925c Sac Htt 5 cet ce aafl ehalC tics a inch a th axis Ltt L 2 MIona troubles headaches debility before determination claimed nutrition membrane 1 Coughs CURED BY FILEYS lIB III t air FILETS lIB TM i e wait the ills Tand C I TMi Ihad consuu3ptfo cote Tar eTIlt the M Lb CC I Il your ands Ref nd ca- tarrhal natural antiseptic mountains i psi sedeir Nil kiss sisa FlsfBi tllllttly assay was oaths eases w hue less tas dinThe she tattisisa hoWe host MIrF lKkr tr x 0