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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 t4ii r J j h Y PubHshedEvery Friday f VOLUME XXII MT VERNO ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 5 1909 INUMBER 20 JUDGE M L JARVIS To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY v I desire to say to you that I am still in the fight for Circuit rFtJudge iu the z8th Judicial District notwithstanding the fact that a few politicians in the district have undertaken to eliminate me from the race I was surprised and shocked to learn that Mr Bethurum had become a candidate against me I was his friend and had done more to make him Commonwealths Attorney than any other man in the district In- the two last years of Mr Sharps term he did not attend my courts and I appointed Mr Bethurum to act as Commonwealths Attorney protem- at all my courts and thereby gave him a cbance to become acquainted with the people as well as to make some money 1 did every thing in my power to advance him politically and when Sharp resigned and the i Governor was about to appoint Walter Flipoin and Mr fiethurum being in Somerset called me over the phone at Mt Vernon where I was x holding court and said unless adjourned my court went to see the Governor in person he Bethurum wasgomg to fail in securing the appointment I adjourned my court went and saw the Governor who was about to appoint Flippin and I convinced him that he should appoint BStlmrum and he did so and then and there signedr the commission and I carried it to Mr Bethurum and made him a happy man I helped to put Mr Bethurum into a position of power and in flu ence wherebv he was the better enabled to support himself and family v and to contribute to the relief of others He was until recently a cat d date to succeed himself as Commonwealths Attorney an office that pays more with less work than the Judgeship He had no opposition and would have had none I had done himnor his friends no wrong 4Ihave been a sober honest and efficient Circuit Judge had fewer cases reversed by the Court of Appeal than any other Jt dge before me Mr Bethurum knew I desired to succeed myself and it louts to me like his candidacy for Circuit Judge is unwarranted and that notwithstand fYv ing what I have done for him his purpose is to feed myself and family on stones I do not believe the people will stand for such ingratitude I shall have more to say later Yours truly M L JARVIS s6 gIveAbsolutelyPure e tW the active principle henlthfuInesss to I ROYAL BAKING POWDER x 1ouniJetflflfl flbrolutely Pure Insures wholesome and deli- s5ft cious food for every day in every home No Phosphates No A- lum3TOCKMN SAY hv il This is the time of year to give yours horses cattle and poultry a tonic So call and see my guaranteed 1Var 5 tional Breeders Remedies i Every package positively guaranteed trvl CHA1CI CAYI S stD Leading Druggist BHODKEAD John W Kiucer of the Hans ford neighborhood and Miss Cuniila O horne of this rity were very quietly married at the home of the bade last Thursday The first ice in fur years was put up here Mordav and Tu sc ySeeral from here attended the dance at Crab Orchard last Tuesday night among them were J Mont and Guy Roberts Dick and Jopp Albright Dr 00 Stone and Chas Hurt B R Wilmott n d John D Pike came down from porbiri and spent fomdav here with home folksMrs T J Helton continues very low ofa complication of diseases Dr E J Brown was here from Stanford to see her Miss KHz and Mrs Ben Pike are visiting hi Corbin fellico and Knoxville they will be gone for two weeks Mr and MrsA C McClan of Troy Ky came over Saturday and remained until Tiusd v visi ing their man trieuds and relative Cecil is one of old Rockcastl is sons in whom she is well pleased He is now Cashier of the Bank of Troy at Troy Wopdford county Ky Last October he married Miss Jean Porter Riley of Lexing ton a very fine lady indeed and we are certainly glad to see and have this happy couple among us WT Evans and son John re turned from a three weeks trip through south eastern Kentucky A M Hiatt is in Louisville this week on business Miss Sallie Newland of Lebanan Junction is the charming guests of her brother E B NewlandRev J W Masters preached two very able sermons at the Christian Church last Sunday morning and evening We note that our corespondent to the Interior Journal is fighting R3 FP from thesimple fact that he cant get to come to town for the mail While he had the smalL pox I guess he would have been glad to have had the opprtunity to hhve seen the R F D man pass even if there had not have been any mail for him Miss Lillie Smith came down Friday from Brown Memorial and stayed over until Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs R L Smith We are glad to say that Mrs Laura B Cable is some better at this writingHon B J Bethurum was up from Somerset Monday shaking hands with friends here I was very much surprised to CorrespondentIhad his fight against Rural Free De livery and took up the subject of Government Macadamized Turn- Pikes I admit that we need better roads and the establishment of liural Free Delivery is a ftep bfFIcause see the willIwant roads and thisiwe wonder if he thinks he can go places some other man cant I know he can crawl through cracks that I cant because there is about 250 lbs difference in our averdu pois I see no reason why the mail could not be carried over a Rural Route as well as a Star Route especially over roads that are traveled every day in the year by all kings of vehicles Our Quail friend admits in his personal conversations that he would like to be the carrier on this proposed Rural Route I wonder why he- dontadvocate it in his letters Hat Ha he seems to think I have an ax to grind but my dear sir I warantydeedthis route is established The reason I have bad anything to say on this subject was that it seemed so absurd for any one to make a fight against his best interests and that of the community in which he myQuailwagon on this route because I have seen hmso often come in town horseback drenched with rain and icicles banging from his nose and ears Yes I would like to see him repaid for all the hardships he has had to endure on a Star Route and I believe he is entitled to the carriers place when this Rural canreccommendasja man wbwi11tn through all kinds of weather and over all kinds of roads K VX HON B J BETHURUM The following article clipped from the Somerset Herald is what the official organ of the Republican party of Pua kiony says of him and his race for Circuit udge It is with real pleasure that THE HERALD is authorized to announce Hon B J Bethurum can didate for the nomination for Cir cuit Judge in the 28th Judicial District composed of the counties of Clinton Pulaski Rockcastle and Wayne subject to the action of the Republican party For several weeks past numerous requests have come to Mr Bethurum from all of the a bove counties to the effect that he efnter the race but until this week r had been fined in his purpose not to do soyTliee position or Circuit Judge is ojtfFQf the highest honors and weighty responsibiliiiesx and a x poss sed of such splendid a bilities and qualifications as is Be thurum could hardly be expected to resist the appeals of his party associates and friends in a matterI of this kind and in their earnest solicitation Mr Be thurum wants his friends to under stand that he has entered the race with a full determination to make pasIsiblegoadlolding to Pulaski a little less tbanI three years ago the no stranger to any of us and hardly be possible to find a woaldI who from every batter and more favorably known not only to the people of this coun ty but also to the entire district Having held offices of county At torney Representative and Com monwealths Attorney and having acquitted himself in each capacity so satisfactorily to his constitaent there can be no doubt whatever as to the raanneJ iu which Mr Be thurum will discharge the duties imposed upon him as a Judge That he is exceptionaly well qual ified both on account of his knowl edge of law and natural abilities HIATT Mr A C McClary and wife of Troy Ky are visiting relatives at this placeM GFish sold to Burdette Chestnut 25 acres of land for 292Mrs Emma Boyd is numbered among the sick this week T F McClary was down from Berea SundayM G Fish bought some hogs of G W Gentry at 42 cents per poundK J Smithwas on Crooked creek trading Saturday Burdette Chestnut has begun a new houseon land which he re cently ptirchasedrMrs J J Smith continues very sickHarryC- hasteen has moved into this sec tion We are glad to have him back again C L Klu er the Jeweler 1060 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes Iwas so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred f etFour bottles of FoleyJsKidneyTlemedy cleared my complexion cured ray backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foley s Kidictey remedy to all suffers as it cured me after tre doctors and other remedies had failed Sold by Chas Cv3kvw 4A V d H and that he will perform every du incumbent upon him in a manner creditable to himself and the peo ple alike no one will dare question Coming directly from the people and having in his early life endured the hardships in common to nearly all of our successful men in public life he is for that reason much better prelared to serve his people now than he possibly could have been hid he been brought up a mid luxury and plenty As a party man Mr Bethurunvis is the peer of any in Ken uclijj s iid he goes be fore the people yjtti the full assurance than it can never be charged to him thatMie has failed to do his duty towards party principles and party nominees In season and out of season he has with great earn estness and loyalty contended for the success of the Republican party and has had the pleasure of seeing the countv of his birthchanged from the clutches of Democracy to a strict adherence to Republican principles and Republican rule and besides his service to the par ty in this county have already been invaluable The policy of the Her aid to take no part between candi adIto mat ter pertaining to district offices it feels that it has a perfect right candil theIvided support to the candidacy of Mr Bethurum who is a Pulaski county man whose character is aIlawyer is of the highest order and whose Republicanism is without a blemish These are good and suf ficient reasons for the HERALDS position in this matter and sufficient as we believe to make Hon B J Bethurum the nominee for Circuit Judge over any who may enter the race PRINT BY REQUEST Mix the following by shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces A local drug gist is the authority that these simple harm ess ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist The mixture is said to cleans and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcome Back ache Bladder weakness and Uri nary trouble of all kings if taken before the stage of Bnghts disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urination especial ly at night curing even the worst form of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys renot Strong or acting in a healthy map ner should ibisthis prescription at homVandgivVit at trial as it is forid iuy Persons i Iii y 00or Established 18S7 U G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER DRW1 CHILDRESS V Pres F L THOMPSON JR Asstk R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHURUM Attorney xf68- Come and see us in our new home and give us your business ij Start a savings account with us and 1 will be to see how it wiflj 2JKHg week or month as is not required for busiti r l1iTryWe pay 3 per cent on time deposits of 100 or more when left with the Banksix 8 months or longer 8 tttttttttttttttttJlttttttttttJltttttttttttttttt1tt1tt11ttt 1 JfcT VERNON CASKET CD 1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND EMBALMERS Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS E Coffins and Robes M r jUcened Embalmar will have charge of that line of rrworkfor the company E Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points w A B FURNISH WH KRUEGER E Pnone Proprietors l111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl11111111l111111 l111111111111 po It The Old Reliable Most any Drug or Patent Medicine I see advertized in the SIGNAL can be yonITilE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the cou- ntySUICDAVIS V 1oil South Side Main Street UI MT 8 VERNON KY rConvenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent in iMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are f idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the- jbank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if W you will call at the bank X THE IBANK OF MX VERNON ft INCORPORATED 7yV MT VERNON KENTUCKY D cS UHDBRTAKBB DC3 Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled IHandmade Coffinsfarnished Hearse sent to allparts of Ithe county 1 FilledIIPhone 94S MT VERNON KY e1Qi yr t = OASTO IAI o erOR2AhNQe- 8iThi a krptt l YIiIIHZ otZ iE I a d I cl f r 1 lt 1 I i Jj f 4 rA i+ 7 v c O r S Jr 7v iI = itcr VilWt i11JS f UOflSH0ES1 I L Walk Over forenI These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None sfr= good i 35Q and S4OO American Lady comfort other market w 35Oshow I to r t I r r r r SpcajQejg I 3 RUBBERS R F I I ill h If RUBBERS IS- apeSacggae r I 4 For Men Women and Children We have only the best To buy them saves from sickness To buy them from us saves you money 1 c r s9Y i1 FALL AND WINTER LINE OF f ml rf CL 0 T H I N U- b t li t cj4t F r ii 4 liij 20 Suits at 15 J8 Suits at 14 16 Suits at 13 12 Suits at 10 10 Suits at 8 i ii f 1 J4k r 4 L JI jJ1 f r 4ofF KRUEGERSON it TPhone S710 csite Depot l y MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 5 1909 Publisud every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO fAdvelising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO THE hazing of a Japanese stu dent in a California University seems from a distance to be too small an incident to warrant a war between nations But as long as the jingos of both countries are de termined on war they may be trust ed to find a casus belli eventually SINCE 1900 divorce in this country has increased thrice as fast as the population But this should give no one cause for alarm It means simply the application of our much taught lesson of life if at first you dont succeed try try again ttiil TIE kindergarten is said to be on the decline What kind of ana tion can we hope to become if the youth of the country is allowed to grow up without knowing how tomake raffia baskets and tissue paper candles HEPresident has been offered tenj thousand dollars a week to appearance a day in a Circus as thethero of San Juan Hill We may have here the olution of our perplexing problem what shall w do with our exPresident r THE President of Cuba has al ready announced his Cabinet but Mr Taft is contented to let the atneCabinet Anothernational for awhile yet holiday out he t Feb th2oJV niany more e 1 to have t QUAIL Elder and Owens will sing at Rose Hill Saturday nigbtH G Sutton sold to Red Mullins a pair of mules for 22000 also bought of Mr Muilins a four year old mare for 15000Elders Foley and Elder will conduct services at Bethel Sunday A E Sharp has moved from the Snodgrass farm to RowlandIt is reported that James Thompson who was shot by Jeff Dowell about two years ago is in a serious conditionEugene Thompson has moved to the Snodgrass farm John Scott who was numbered among the sick is upon foot again A Proctor is improving IIJobn farmers of this section are the sod to a perfection preparing for their cropsGeorge Hasty and Miss Maudie Hamm were united in the holy ties of wedlock Thursday last Rev James Cummins officiating Master Casper Elder after several days of confinement of pneumonia is able to be out again Eugene Todd andH P Davis will probably take contracts for concreting this springJ T Roberts proposes teaching the art of the spencerian system of penmanship for a term of ten days in succession at the Proctor school house I DUDLEY We have had some very cold weather for a few days put there is some prospects of a change Some of the boys thought they would have a fine time catching rabbits during this snow but it seems like the rabbits went into their holes and pulled the holes in after them Business is dull in this vicinity at present but there is some talk of the Winchester Granite Brick Gos plant starting up soon as they want to build a lime kiln before they make any brick Mr George Anderson who has been very ill for some time is ie1 coyering very slowly Joseph Reams was visiting his sister Mrs Chas Hubbard of this place first weekMr and Mrs Thomas Hickey of Boons Hollow are vis iting Mrs Hickeys relatives in Laurel county before they start westHarrison Reams Jr is talk ing of going to Missouri He has two brothers there and they say it is a ifine country We regret very much to lute iiira from our midstHenry Evans has got a type writer and will he ready to go into business soon Henry is the business young msnof our section nowTbe farmers are getting ready for a larger and better crop this year than usualMiss Susie Burnett of this place is with Mrs Lee Proctor at Orlando who has been very ill AN ESSAY ON EDITORS I dont know how newspapers came to be in the world I dont anylin the Bible I think the editor is one of those missing links you read about He stayed in the bushes until after the fbod and then came out and wrote the thing up and has been here ever since I dont think he dies Iever never saw a dead one and never heard ofone getting licked If the editor m1kesI a mistake people say he be hung but if a doctor makes a mistake he buries them and folks dasent say nothing because doctors can read and write Latin Andwhen the editor makes a mis take there is a law suit and a big tuss but if the doctor makes one there is a funeral cut flowers and perfect silence A doctor can use a word a mile long without him or any body knowing what he means but if the editor uses one he spells the doctor goes to see another trmans wile he charges for thevisit but if the editor goes he gets a charge of buckshot When an ed itor gets drunk it is a plain case of too much booze and when he dies it is a cause too disgraceful to speak of Any old college can make a doctor an editor has JO be born Rapid River Rustler NEWS E MSIThe present week batteship feet homeward bound For a time these mighty ships have been drawing nearer the American shore but when anchors are weighed Saturday next the command willbefor Hampton Roads di rect The warships some of which are already At Gibralter will sail Saturday afternoon for the port Qf final destination The Voyage acrQssthe Atlantic will te made leisurely in order to Rive ample itimefto perfect the programme of s1wel These Shoes have more more style andmore wear for less money than any shoe on the 3QO andWe have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our window that are worth 520 We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them ri- you i oftDecember 16 1907 when great awayIcom manding will meet the returning esIGearge Busse brother of Fied Busse Mayor of Chicago accidentally shot and killed Mrs L C Tuckerman 32 years old of Milton N Y last evening Mrs Tucker mau was visiting at the home of her father Brig Gen A G Girard tetired who lives in the same ap partment building as Busse Mayor Busse was present at the time of the shooting Busse was showing his maid servant how to handle the weapon when it was discharged The National House of Repre sentaives will continue its efforts to advance the appropriations for the next fiscal year When the army supply bill is disposep of probably before the middle of the week the Indian bill will be taken up and this in turn will be followed by the agricultural bill It is doubtful however if theagricultural bill will be reached during the week as the Indian bill will as usual require much attention to details The Senate begin the week in an effort to reach a conclusion regarding the terms of reenlistment ofthe negro soldiers who were summarily discharged by the Sec retary of War because of their sus pected complicity in the Browns vine affray of 1996 Senator Fora ker while not entirely pleased with the compromise bill on Mon daywill urge the Senate to agree toffx a time for voting on the measureThe grand jury of the District of Columbia will continue its inves tigation of the so called Panama libel case buc it is probnble that interest in this matter will be shifted to New York as District Attor ney Jerome has advised the Federal authorities are disposed to let him take the initiative in any possible prosecution through the State courtsI CASTORIAFor The KM You Hays Always Bmtt Bears thed YgSigilttttare of t This is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion andis on every bottle of it sold ill the worldwhich amountS to several millions yearlyiWftyBecause it has made so many sickly children wellgivenhealth many pale anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of ConsumptionS- end this advertisement together with name of paper in which it appears your address and four cents to cover and we will send you aCompete Handy Atlas of the World SCOTT BOWL 409 Pearl St NY Ai least 200 lives were lost in a fire which occurred in a fleet of flower boats at Canton China The charred Bodies of 170 victims have already been recovered but many pprcnn are still missing Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds than may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Hone and 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drqggist have been ITqe with the Peruna i for 1909 In addition to the astronomical matter furnish ed in the articles on astrology are very attractive to most The mental char acteristics of each sign are given with faithful A list of lucky and unlucky days will be furnished to those who have our almanac free if charge Address The Peruna Co Columbus 0 CA S X 0Et XA i llt tHcti e 4 COMPLETE LINE THE GREAT Governors Congressional already almanac usually almanacs people accuracy AND THE II WITH THIS PAPER J KILL THE COUGH CURE LUNGS KingsNew oR COUGHS Trfel PRICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TitOUBLE5 GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOZ OR KOREY REFUNDED IOASX JA Bs It tha g e MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Feb 5 1909 I Z9 Call up No 79 whoa you want to Communf- cate Tvitli SIGNAL 91 j1J QLouiswLte 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 p IT 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent IPhone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofficc as second clas8 mail matter PERSONAL I Ebb McClure has joined the reg ular army Dr W A Jones was over from Wilde yesterday Mrs J J Lawrence is number ed among the sick Miss Bessie Miller has been very I sick for the past few days Mrs Matilda Houk has been suffering from a severe attack of grip for several days Supt G M Ballard was in Somerset Monday looking after important business matters Quite a number of the young folks went over to Broadhead last evening to attend the dance Judge Bethurum and little daugh ter Tevis and Judge S D Lewis were in Louisville Wednesday Joe Forbes of Red House Ky was visiting his sister Mrs W A B Davis first of this week Mrs McFerron spent a few days I with her daughter Mrs E B Cox j and son sheriff R L McFerron- Dr and Mrs R W Dyche were in Louisville buying furniture preparatory to going to house keeping Mrs Rosa Nesbit who once atft Pennington Gap Va has been visiting friends here Mrs Helen Gieen who is visiting her daughter Mrs Ina D Miller has been very sick but is better this morning George Mnllins of Langford one of Rockcastles model young men was a pleasant and substantial vis itor to this office yesterday B H Daily has moved to the property which he purchased of C C Wood at Conway Mt Vernon loses a splendid citizen B J Bethurum was m Mt 1Hon Monday and was weltI with the hearty accord he among his home people in his race for Circuit Judge The news has reached here that Dr and Mrs Lytle Adams of J Parsons Kans and Atty and Mrs T A Stewart of Jacksonville Fla t are each the proud parents of their first born R N Owens from Salem Ind I will arrive tomorrow to visit his brother George Owenes and to inspect the machine recently install I ed for cutting stone Mr Owens is in the monument business at Salem I and desires toput in a similar plant t Our old friend R L Joplin who has been making this territory for so long that the memory of man runneth not to the contrary has been promoted to the territory em bracing the larger towns in Central t Kentucky with headquarters in Lexington We are glad to know of his promotion but hate to give JopupSomerset Journal LOCAL Marriage licens were issued to Tames Cromer and Miss Helen Rash and Lawrence Hampton and Miss Anna Abney FoRSATnIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R H LEWIS The 18 year old son of W B Dillingbam of near Maretburg was adjudged insane yesterday and sent to the Lexington asylum YoungDitlil1gham has been sick since the early spring Mrs James Taylor and daughter and two of Logue Sawders children are reported to have small pox in light form Where they contracted the deseasij is unknown but it is an evident fact that they were not contracted from any cases that have been in Mt Vernon r 4 You can easily save from 300 to 1000 on a Winter Suit at J Fishs now All new goods Step in and see them FOR SALE One good horse i r years old i6 hand high FL THOMPSON Mt Vernon Ky Tomorrow is the Primary over in Lincoln and a petty warm time is expected Ten cents 10 a ginger cake we have the majority of the winners picked Cox Bros will move the old building which stood jnst behind the brick out to the street fix it up for W H Carmical who will move his restaurant from the Fish property We understand that J V Mc Kenzie will put groceries in the room near the depot J Maurice Brown the owner is having the building repaired and fitted up with shelves and counters Sam Barnes aged about 17 years and a son of Rev James Barnes died Saturday as the result of a pistol wound accidentally inflicted at his own hands He was stooping over to get a drink when a 45 colts revolver fell tit m his pocket and was discharged the ball enter ing the lower part of the bowel passing through the boay and lod ged against the spinal column He lived about twenty four hours Amanda Coleman colored said to be 18 years old is living at Jellico She remembers when there was only one church in Louisville which was an old log building to which all the white people went and carried the slaves She has sound mind good sight and bearing and does all her do mestic work To REPUIICANS OF ROCKCASTIE I announce myself this week as a candidate for Assessor of Rock castle County subject to the action of the Republican party I was born and reared in the connty where I have always lived Ii nominated and elected to the office to which I aspire 1 feel confident that I can and will discharge my duties faithfully soberly and im partially I feel thoroughly com petent to discharge the duties as signed to this office as I have had quite a little experience in this work having been Deputy under Mr J M Wood for three througboutIThanking you for past favors lam Sincerity ycurs W S RENNER It was the pleasure of the writer to spend a day and night this week in that prosperousLtown of Burnstde where we found our good friend Herndon Hutche son with his most estimable com panion comfortably and pleasantly located and thoroughly delighted with the town and its people Mr Hutchesou is cashier ot the First National Bank a strong institution with plenty ot business In that capacity he is pleased with the people and the people are pleased with him Mr and Mrs Hutcheson for the present are stopping at the Dick Denney hotel one of tie best the menu embracing all that appetite could wish and splendidly prepared however they contemplate going to housekeeping in the early spring We also had the pleasure of seeing Bud Davis a nephew of Dr S O and Hon W A B Davis and a cousin ofour splendid foreman W T Davis who holds a lucrative position with the Q C R R at that point Mr Pence and family who use to live near Sparks Quarry live there and are doing well Harvey Vanhook that prince of good fellows who can number his friends in Rock castle by the scores is with Dick Denny dry goods firm apparently enjoying splendid health and the same bighearted Harvey- as ot old Mr Sloan a brother of Mrs W B Smith of this place is a member of the firm of Chadwick Sloan butchers is enjoying good health and is apparently having a prosperous business Burnside has a population of about 1200 water works electric light plant one bank numbers of up todate stores one wholesalehouse the Cumberland Grocery Co and a large timber industry there being millions and millions of f etof yearBurnsideand those who have never visited anythinglikeimportance in the commercial world s fI i y Ij 1 r t JL Bob Burdette in his droll mini conrthe loafing ab tliMy sen thetloafer and make no example of verityIare all taken and the whittling pla ces are all occupied It is better to saw wood at two hits a cord than to whittle at a whhtleing match andabuse the government M son whilst thou hastin thy skull the sense ofa jay bird break away from the cigarette habit for lo thy breath stinketh like a glue factory and thy mind is Irss inteligent than a stone mummy Yea thou art a cipher with the rim k locke off 4NOTIVE Call at W H Bakers within the next 30 days for Bargains Child rens So and 60 cent Rubbers at 25 and 35 cents Calicos f 4 and 64 cents per yard Mens and Boys Overcoats less than coV Mens ill yarn Underwear regular price 2 now 150 Also a line of Shoes of the best brands made goes at cost Bargains in everything Call and see me if you want to save money but dont forget to bring cash or produce Highest prices paid for produce All that owe me please com IP and settle I owe it had need it and if you owe me you know it is just and this means you if you owe me W H BAKER Langford Ky BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The program for the Brunonian Society today is as follows Song by school Essay Julia Fish Essay Louanna Whitehead Recitation Bryan Perkins Music Anna Mae Miller Essay Lillie Smith Essay Robt McKenzie Essay Nora Parrett Essay Jamie Thompson Debate Resolve that U S Senators be elected by popular vote Aff R H Miller Chas Gentry B H Griffin Neg Joe McKenzie Jones Fish Floyd Miller Dicision of JudgesThe Brunonian Society will hold an open meeting Friday evening February 12 to celebrate Lincoln centenary All are invited to will be an entertainment next Friday afternoon by the Primary and Intermediate Depart ment to celebrate Lincolns centen arYlAll are invited Mrs McFerron of Pine Hill visited Brown Memorial School Wednesday morning Rev Frank Moore of Louisville save us a series of interesting and beneficial talks last week at our morning chapel exercises o o LAND STOCK AND CROP G H Daily of this place pur chased from J J and J C Wood a farm consisting of in acres for 2800 Edd Sexton sold a 3 year old pair of mnles in Richmond for 31500 John Helton bought of M G Fish a fine yearling calf for 2500 Willis Adams sold on Richmond market Monday 39 head of cattle at 4 and 5 cents and bought Tues day at Richmond 66 two and three year olds Gus Staverson sold 7 export cat tie weighing on an average of 1300 pounds at 5 cents and 5 two year olds at 4Th cent at Richmond Mon day A J Sams sold to Willis Allen a two year old mare mule for 125 J Fish sold to Andy Fish and F L Thompson a store house and lot 22 by 40 ft on Church St for 700 This is the property occupied by W HCarmical- James Hensley bought at Commissioners sale Mohday the Dick Owens farm near Maretburg of 150 acres for 1100 s FARM FonSALELccatednear Maretburg Ky containing 100 acres more or less with good dwelling house and out buildings 15 acres In orchard 15 acres in grass acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation andas good water as there is in the country C C METCAIF nIaef IFOR RENT Store Louse located KYformerly heretofore locationforherinformationJan JT ADAMS 82t Mt Vernon Ky rJ i A r lct Elsewhere in this issue will be 4 found the announcement of Judge H C Kenned of Wayne County as a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney of this the 28th Judicial t District of Kentucky Judge Kennedy is a resident of Moiiticello was once County Couit Clerk of J Wayne county and in 1905 way elected County Judge although the county was considered safely i Democratic He is a bright young j lawyer and fully qualified to make the district a good prosecutor He J is a shrewd politician and the indications I are that he will have no I opposition He is well liked by those who know him and his mor al character is above reproac The following is wha the Waynt County Outlook his home pap rihas to say of his candidacy j Elsewhere in this issue of the Outlook is the announcement of Judge H C Kenntdy as a cat di date for the Republican noowua tion for Commonwealths Attorney in this the 28h Judicial District Wayne county is entitled to this honor and Judge Kennedy is the man to receive it So far he liar no opposition and we do not believe be will have any but jf man should undertake to opp 1sethe Judge he will find a foeman worthy of his steel The Outlook be speaks for Judge Kennedy the hearty support of the Republican r artv in the miiii If corvertor that will follow soon b INDIGESTION ENDS You can eat anything your f stomach craves without fear ofa case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia i or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will J occasionally take a little Diapepsin after eating i Your meals will taste good and 7 anything you eat will be digested J nothing can ferment or turn into 7 acid or poison or stomach gas j which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating j Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in the stomach Billiousness j Heartburn Water brash Pain in T stomach and intestines or other J symptoms T Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapepsin j really does all the work of a healthy stomach It digests your meals j when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the foodyou J can eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour j Get a large socent case of Papes 1 Diapepsin from your druggist and J start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and tvery J thing you want without the 1 slightest discomfort or misery and J every particle of impurity and 1 Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance r PHUNA TONIC fOR COUGHS COLDS CATARRH j w a JOSEPH HALL CHASE Peruna Drug Co Columbus Ohio I Gentlemen I haVe used Peruna and find thatIt cannot be equaled as a tonic as well sa s cure for coughs colds and catarrh You are authorized to use my photo with testimonial in any pub lication Joseph H Chase l804 Tenth St Washington D O Cold and La Grippe Mr O Happy Hardin Ray Co Mo writes I can safely recommend Pe runa as a remedy that will cure all ca tarrhal troubles It was of great benefit to me as It cured me of catarrh of the throat and I took a very bad cold and had la grippe last February It settled in my throat and lungs I took three bottles of Peruna and it cured me uI highly recommend it to all who are sick and I am glad to Add my endorsement to that of others j Pe runil fer CeMs Mr L Clifford Pigg Jr 229 East Marshall St Richmond Va writes that when he gets a cold he takes Peru pa and itsoon drives itoutOf his system For several years ho was not entirely well but Pernna completely cured him People who o bj ect to liquid mediclttWI MOW 4caxe Peruna t lta es Z TAYLOR AREA- TRIFLEEXCLUSIVE THIS- REASON THEREFOR MEN- WHORE TRIFLE i TAYLOR MODELS AND SAMPLE FABRICS ARE i iPRICESIN ALL THE TIME a Ive Been In The Cloth ing Business over 20 yearsInever offered or knew any body to offer such bargains as youll find here now When you see the Clothes 1200 will buy now youll know why I am doing the biggest Clothing business in town t dayft When You Nee- dANYTHING 0Y i TO WEAR Come to see me Here you fin- dEVERYTHING NEW FROM EVERYWHERE for Men and Boys to wear Liit pL MT VBBNOfiS LEADING CLOTHIER PHONE 77 I 9t s3p 1cJRESOLVES AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said doctors to Mrs M E Fi tbreeIDetroit Mich suffering severe rectal troubles in lies operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendictis cure Constipation Headache 250 at Chas C Davis The TurkoBulgarian deadlock over the amount of money to The paid Turkey by Bulgaria hay been broken by the acceptance ofPalan proposed by Russia which recon i cues in a novel manner the Turkish claim of and the Bulgarian offer of 6400000I Foleys Honey the air passages stops the irritation in the throat soothes the inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and the cold vis expelled from the system Refuse rplc k jiJ 1L 1 E Ala rf 1 MADECLOTHES A FOR WE APPEAL ONLY TO A PARTICULAR I can 1 J r v r r M t t n1 BARGAINS cfIN EVERYTHING AT fC Hiatts Bargain Store Come and see what you can do for IIcash or prd1J e- tOurWinter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chtftffing are the best A C JIATT WIATT KENTUCKY M p I JiIiIM- 4 2 i8 i t ii jj r J Ii f k ii A i M IIr omen L iiii suffererss I li rnieerableI II IcnmousInMrn ii C Morrison Hous haveIsovere4hews fait nG ppells I received iip ief until I tried Horbine n1 ran completely cured Iuse i alwayr r PRCESOc BaSi rd Snow Liniment Co jST IX UI3 MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by Chas C Davis fLUlfcItseemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex thai a plot existed between a dtsperate lung trouble and grave to cause liii heath I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that develop o a cough that struk to me in spitt ofall remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I bsgan to use Dr King New Discovery which restored my heolfh completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Phfumonia its unrivaled 50c and loo Trial bottle free Guaraueed t Chas C Davis uaRD Laxative FruitSyrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does i not gripe or nausea teeICures stomach and troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom achliverandbowels Refuse eubstitutsa Prloo GOa Sold by Chas C Iavi5J Mount Vernon Monumgntali WORKr I aimVlDEALER Granite Monuments 6f ali kinds Estimates furnished j on application v fcy i i GEO OWENS Propr B 18111N11RAMPRlnJ IJ Senators and Representfltives more consideration totbe ar gut11ents of prosperous welkdaessed lobbyist or to the pleas oft t Inod est poorly clad applicants who bearthe4Stamp ot povertyThat is an inteaesting qnestiun in psychol ogy which has been studied for sev sliIto seeure the passage ot a lawau ofIermeut The man is a close stu lyIa marked change He ahowed hi to grow long and unkept cultivated a stubby beard and showed surpris ing negligence in the matter of hi wearing apparel This is all done for effect he explained when an acquaintance took him to task for his trampish appearance 1 hwe by years of study that a Senator will give me a better hearing if i appear a friend ess penniless claimant than if I snort good clothes and s em thor oughly independent A Stnetor vtl size me up as a dude if lap pear before him with a silk hat high collar ahd creased trousers My frayed coat mark me as a poor but earnest man and I appeal to the sympathy ofmy hearers I am mixing far more headway under these tactics than 1 used to make as a lainy welltodo lobbyist THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE A French scientist has discovered one secret oflong life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolonged life and makes it worth living It purifies snriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts lue 6aud tone to to me entire sys tem Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people kianey trouble had blighted my life loi months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Chas C Davis I Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves that control the action theybecome action is impaired Short breath pain around heart palpitationor rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Mils Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the muscular structure of the heart itself It is a thatbringsTry it Ithoughtthe doctors told me I had heart remedieswhenInto my hands and I concluded to havotakenandthisattentlonoM5S D BARRON 804 r CovlngtonKy HeartCureprice of firstbottle only If It fallst9 benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind WILBUR it S1TH BUSINESS COLLECE Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University 7tersfIJ f LEXINGTON t KY1 DU6zIW ri1 SITUATION BOO K1t E fNd BtfSJ1i s4P HON GRAPH TYPEWRIT t J ING 1FLEGPAPH taught JlLsfcERENCE housatads ot successful graduates including 2OVn banks 200 officials A OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic young mefejnomen to qualify themselves for aihjgher and more lucrative fieldof usefulness t r BUSINESS COURSECOjisists of bookkeeping business arithmetic periman biprcomtnerjiiallaivt merchandisiug banKing joint stock- man ufacnrmg iecUird s iiMness practice mercantile correspondence etc ij SHOKrHA lpTYlEWRITINaTEtEGTlAPHY are specialties ha ve special teachersand rOQms and can t taken alone or with the u j bucjne coursej II4L qOURSE of mercliane bookkeepIng 3500 No yacVtioiv sEti1e n6w t Gra4aes successful Tnree rooms for ladies Laly teachers over lonJadiiss in attendance the past year including tbef r 1t Jtntni er anHers farmers etc Good lnaviSVr e5dJrYf hd tti hr Begin now For particula aOIR l ZrErWLBURR t SMITHS t Lexington1Ky iz c Am1QUNE EN1 FOR COUNTY UDCE We am authorized to nnnounce Glo BAUARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary ForCounty Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We arc Authorized to announce PRLTXBOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tign of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W L FRENCH as a candidate for Counh Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par tv Ve are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle Comity sub jcct to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J 1 NICELBYas a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle Countv subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAI as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORJ as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DANIEL C PONDER asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN asa candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFERRON as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as n candidate for Superintend ent of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized announce JAMES PROCTOR as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the Republican Pri are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J F GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Judge 28th Judcl Diet We are authorized to announce HON BJ BETHURUM as a candidate for Circuit Judge Twentyeighth Judicial District composed of Rockcastle Wayne Pulaski and Clinton counties subject to the action of the Republican par ty Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce JUDGE H C KENNEDY as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Common wealths Attorney in the 28th Judicial District subject to the action of the Re publicSu party FOR SALEA lot 100 ft front by 370 It deep located on south si le West Main street joining Sj H Martins propertyIJAMES T MEADOWSI zi25tf KILL THE COUCHA- ND Ii CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS Trtel PBICEI AND All TIIKOATAND TROUBLES GUAJlAf EISATI8F AOO- OtXONEY UPUNDED Hatred love at low tideIDon tb forward he pvingthey ftrealikje dcstesta1e1t- Gocl leeds no trpthbiggest part of Provident e iswprk The only freeman is the man with convictions The anc e it recipe for makingl rabbitpie began First catch your rait A derermined theif usually gets What he is after Truth is an elastic substance Life is made up transformations l1etejh helCUTThe man who reallyjdoes things dees them in his own way Events may discover the man hut they cannot create him A man may die ot wounds uo One of winch would prove fatal IErery man ought to be bigger office The fit survivethe unfit perish There are but few central suns the most of us tire only satellite A borrowed suit rarely ever fits well By the east window ct every life grow the thorns It is the sterility of indifference that disgusts us It were infinitely better to suffer keenly than to feel nothing at all Character is the product of antagonisms There is a peace that rests onpoints of bayonets The measure of power is in the obstacle overcome God mskes the sunshine we make the clouds How long will the world continue to sacrifice her saviors Truth cannot beatraidof being questionedAn faculty is dormant nowsomeday dead The man who is governed by his passions is worse than a slave Every man journeys toward a kingdom where he is to be king or vasal i Hast oft Tffpson1ts own heels To condemn the traduced with out a hearing is never honorable Despite tie Fates we hunt for our El Doradoes Defiantlike men court the sweet illusions Just so long as society males to our interest to pretend to be what we are not just that long will we court an hypocrisy that kills Nothing has quite so delicate a poise as character The merest whisperings may dislodge it Dont cringethat s so cowardly Everything is its own excuse for being If youve got a thinker work it Dives and Lazarus the ennui ofsurfeit the desperation of hunger Dont stand sponsor for the opnioru of others v No one is great until he feels the pang ot some crucifixion A pull is alright if it pulls YOU out of the groove of shiftless ease It is dastardly to kill a man just to get the spoils Dont fawn thats sodespisable a HEXAIrlETHYLENETETRAMINE The above is the name of a German chemical which is one of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kidney Remedy Rex amethylenetetramine is recognized by medical text books and author hies as a uric acid solventand anti septic for the urine Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady Chas C Davis Thelre JS still no identification of the steamer reported to have found ered off Diamond Shoals on the North Carolina coast Saturday WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused r edeep sores to cover his legTbedoct ors failed then Bucklcns Arnica Salve oompletel cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and pies its supreme zsc at Chas C Davis We Buy FURSHides Weal Feathers Tallow BeMwrax Ginseng Golde S eIYe1ow Root May Apple Wild Gmsw etc We we dealer j ettaUubed iaI856umr halfacentur- yiaLouhWcaadcsdbetterfyou than agents or coeaaaon eaerdiaata Reference any Bak ia Writs fcc weeily pceliaadsl4gtM Sans 22S E MftrUlSL ItUISVlLLE W LiANGFOUD J The Kentucky Freestone Co- progiessing nicely considering te weather Tne good wife of LA Coffey is improving W H Baker bought of Sparks Divione lot in Mt Veroon pike paid 200 go He will build a nice two stoJ v dwelling in the near fuune Mr Joe Dooey fod to Dr Lewis uric mule for I4 oo andbougiH of Mr George Wilds a two year old fill v tor 69oeM rs Mry Rend yip his been sic for several days is able to he out again Lottie Margie and Mamie Biker are reported better at this writin- gIV T Sharp bought and moved to the farm known as Gem e Prtc of farm near Cove R men eISttutday night and Sunday Mr aId Mrs Elmer Coffgy visited Mr CofiVys parents vlr and Mrs Mai tel COffey first of last week Mr Thum is Haker9f Wildie visited friends and nhltiv s this place las week Mit ShVeK oh rton s opepirg up a new q iarry 10 Joe iCoffeys place and tht people ot Lainfordaetn hopes that his wars will coiitinu virs H Baktr visiled M T ffev lest Thnroda tit ud e Volf and Ruxie Etmrt hued iher aunt Mrs Hres Clark unrt JJ tMrand Mrs Ste Anglin of Crooked Creek visited their sor Ransom oftbisplace Miss Lottie Baker and little Ch de visited relatives at Pine Hill last week Johnny Coffey is having some work done on his dwelling house Mrs Jimmey Coffey was in Mt Vernon Saturday having spume dental work done SEEDS We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell clover grasses seed oats seedcorn cane seed millet cow- peas soja beans peanuts seed cabbage plants potato tomato slips onion sets land beans garden peas all kinds field and fiqwer seeds land plaster and fertilizers Write us for prices and samples State what you want I NASHVILLE SEED co sSecQnd1ve North Nashville Tenn With the lower part of her rudder broken off by heavy seas which she encountered in midocean the American liner St Louis reached New Vork Monday twentyfour hours late RW DYCHE- D B NTIrJI- T VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead jczrbe Worlcp BODHEADKY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager ML MYERS I Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY II Saturdaysfand Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor o XheBank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No Sen Io MeCLARY Undertaker Emct1rnei13 CompletB IRobesOrders by Telephone attend ed1 promptly v Starifbidi Ky Of c 1IIo r Un 5tWm I Ei Fci iLVOILOL 3 PER CENT Vegelabe iilf Preparatitllfcs ulaUlij Promotes igeslioncI1fe ness and RestContahls ltei rO- piumNorphine norNimrat 4iIlI NOT NAilCOfIC 1to1dD14I7zLT17 f Ii 1J2thhYfr- pcj kist + ciw1 0JOrizzled =f tion Sour Stornaclijl o WorumsCoitvulsiousFeVCriSi1CSS FacSimile Sinattire oi jr1iJ 4t ciiarazttecdutd I Exact Copy of Wrapper TAKE r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind Yo Have Away BoughtI Bears the l Signaturef of In Use jr For Over Thirty Years s I ORIA YOK a ti o3dx BARGAINS I tJFor the next tfaift dayS we are going to offer our OVERCOATS a bargain R Mens SIS Qvercoats at ioR 00I7 tuoo Jh Iat 400 Rw have oniya few of these left so come early and 1 tii s l WypuJiprwe can save ypu mQueyyO I a J McKENZIE SON Jt 7 Phone 08 x 7 TA Xr iXo V llhe New Store GQ to Cjirmicals for I Fresh Oystors Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Tell 0 Baked Beans Beefst ak and Meats ofaU kinds Ali goods delivered in town When you want groceries call i Phone 561 iMt K riqi cy 1 lEvery Month Iwrites Mrs E Foumier of Lake Charles La I used to suffer from headache backache side ache apressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time citnutIIt Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the cause of most womens pains strengthen ing the weakened womanly organs that suffer be Icause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed ot purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUGSTORES