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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ublished Every irld py y b- 1Icietncu XXII MT VERNON ROCKCAS LLE COUNTY ICY APRIL 23 1909 I Br 34 A VOTE FOR i fr jilll ff I b I I t Y Means that if elected your records will be carefully lookedafter during the next four years He was bom and raised in Roefccastle county antis 54 years of age He has some little children to feed and clothe and earnestly asks your supportJ the coming Republican primary on May 15th YOUR SUPPORT IN THIS ELECTION WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED 9y the Old Guard 111 exclusive or k Fi gemination com t posed ofsoldiers of distinction w ZO 01ctJiatt le- I 1 ar tier AV IZr 29t SeCi et 1 0C a et- recoltttEeti 4S s the- fr rY 4pry y remedy Pernna as a spring tonic lie says Iii iseased B6ru L4naandde iro tolrec oin your rent = edy as nh invigorat I17 ing Spriiigytonic yLL also one of the best K c r t i remedies tliatlcver icy tried for coughs y r colds anti catarrlial K s complaints 4flaying read the above J testiinomal what conclu H i lion must be reached by any fair sa mindcd unprejudiced reader Is there any possibility that a roan of the prom inence and reputation of Col Patten could be in H ucea to say such things If he did not honestly believe them to be true jl Kemember he says not only that he recommends Peruna as an invig orating spring tonic but also as ono of the best remedies that ho has ever tried fog coughs colds and natarrhal complaints What are you going to do with such evidence Are you going to turn away from it and listen only to the talk of people who probably never saw a bottle of Peruna certainly never tried a bottle of it who have nothing else to do but to talk about other peoples affairs Are you going to listen to such people as that instead of accepting the testimony of those who know There may be a few people so constituted as to be able to perform such a mental feat But the sensible people the reliable people the brawn and brain of the world who are governed by principles of justice and common sense are going to accept the clear pointed and undoubted testimony of a man of national repu tation who knows what he is talking about Peronais everything ho sags it is It is an invigorating spring tonic It I Also a good remedy for We have many testimonials attesting to this fsujfe Peruna is manufactured by the Peruna Drug Mfg Op Columbus Ohio JUDGE R G WILLIAMS ANSWERS THE QUESTION ASKED BY ALBERT HAMLIN THE LAW is AMPLE Can sidewalks be built and the streets graded on the ten year pay ment plan Yes The trustees by a majority vote at any regular meeting may order any construct ion or reconstruction of any side walk curbing street etc at the cost of the lot owners equally apportioned according to the number of front feet owned by them re spectively and said improvement may be made upon the ten year plan Mt Vernon can build corn bined sidewalks and gutters along Richmond street from the railroad crossing at the Miller Hotel to the r corporation limits beyond Albert Hamlins residence by first having a civil engineer to prepare the grade Then the Trustees can let i the contract for the entire con struction to the lowest and best bidder When the work is all completed it would then be inspected and received bv the Trustees The Board of Trustees would then order the payneut out of the Street Improvement Fund But to get the money in the fund the trustees would as certain the entire cost when the work is completed arid would issue bonds of the town in a sum not to exceed the cost of Jhe improvement including the expense of the issual and sale of the bonds which would be payable in from one tbten years bearing isixi per cent interest Suppose that A owned a lot front jug fiftYfeeton Richmond Street and the sidewalk was constructed eight leer 0ider The amount of j ide walk constructed for A would i coughs be four hundred square feet the cost being about fifteen cents per square toot or Sixty dollars for A He could under this plan pay six dollars a year plus the interest until the whole amount was paid in ten years During the entire ten years A would have the side walk and his property would be greatly enhanced in value and he would never feel the cost of the construction What good citi zen could possibly object to that The law is very plain and is found in Section 1705 of the Kentucky Statutes under Sixth Class Towns A town cannot possibly exist with out having good sidewalks and streets The town should be able to point to them with pride By all means let us have the m PARK Mt Vernon in a few more months will be one hundred years old Now let us look squarely and frankly at ourselves It is not a lamentable fact that this burg should possess not a shred ofa park not a single monument or fountain not even one well kept street no driveway of any sort no pretty water front or back no plaza or band stand or public square Not one handsome business or residence street No spot of interest to show to any body Nothing to attract any one for residental or commercial purposes There is Mt Vernon for you my friends and I cannot recall another County Seat so utterlyand teetotal ly devoid of charms as that And why is It so Rents low and living cliisap But that keeps you poor however cheap it is Butisdt both thejfesuU of having nothing else and that they are stingy savings too small to consider when compared with the brighter lifethe breezier existence of the citizens of other places And just here let me remind you that the running cf a town is like running any com mercial enterprise Plain business sense and nothing more and with that idea I liken Mt Vernon to a store What we need at the present as much as any thing else is a new front in this store Au a tractive front is the prime requisite now days and we must have it Three of the principal highways leading into Mt Vernon meet at the section house The people coming in from the country on these three roads must pass this Passengers upon trains going in either direction arE forced to lehold this unsightly place It is a mere shack It ought to be down and awaya regular eye sore We want and should have the ground for a park a nice little fountain placed in itflower beds green and well kept grass to grow thtl inBut how ran we get it Ti KJ ifwe can a dg ii cite Louis villa and Nashville Railroad Co to build one there then have done it in other towns This is a day when every town endeavors to havea park large Uhmlall arfd s me have many Let the Town Trustees appoint A committee of at last five to call upon the officials of that road I believe they can win If the company wont build get a lease from the company to the town by which the town can use it for a park the property to revert back to the Railroad Company at any time when it should cease to be used as a park But suppose the Railroad Company should refuse both propositions then what can we do It is still easy if only done Institute con demnation proceedings for under Section 1709 of the Kentucky Statutes the town has ample authority Pay a reasonable value for it which would not be much and then establish our own park A small annual tax for park pur poses would keep it going nicely and we would always be proud of it When we have made the town attractive we will attract and not before Real estate will go up and you will get vour money back abundantly A town is exactly like a storethere must be at traction or the enterprise will not amount to much Have a care prouJ people of dear old Mt Vernon It can be done when the Town Trustees say it shall be done Buttonhole every one of them tell them that a con tinual dew from Heaven will fall upon them that eternal gratitude of the pebpe will forever rest upon them if they will only build a park Ladies God bless you all get busy and shame on the man who essays we cant boys and girls chime in too With best wishes for Mt Vernon I am Very truly R G WILUAMS SWEPT OVER NIAGARA This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain of ache in the back warns you the Kidneys deed at tention if you would escape fatal maladiesDropsy Diabetes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache flv and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys aud lame back onetoo bottle wholly cured me writes j R Blankenship of Belk Ten1 Only soc at Chris C Davis 1 O STOELiAH If Bees tie lhi s llwt Signature JUDGE L W+ BETHURUM iTO THE REPUBirlC NSaFRaeitCASTLK COUNT In submitting to you my Candidacy for the Republican nomina tion for the offieof Comity Judge I feel confident that before casting your ballots on May 15 the day of the Primary Election you will take into consideration the 15 years of ceaseless and untiring labor I have given to the Republican party You will remember a few years ago the Republican majority in this county was not in excess of300 Now if we do not give 800 majority in the State or National Electional we feel that the party has been neglected Ever since I have been a voter I have taken a very active interest in politics in connection with mv party associates in an effort to build up a strong party organization in the county This we have succeeded in doing in spite of difficulties many of which were brought about by disaffection in our own ranks and now some ofthe instigators and promoters of strife in our party are loudest in their demands for office In the past the party has stood by the tried and true and reading the future by the lit of iI the past I am convinced that the party will not at tine coming make the mistake of swapping horses ij the middle of the PrimaryI I dont claim to be the only Republican of my family with pride that I belong to the Republican family My old grandfather B K Bethurum aided in organizing the Republican party and cast his first Republican vote for Abraham Lincoln and continued to vote the Republican ticket until his death In the struggle to snatch J this county from the clutohes of Democracy my people were found where the political battles were fiercest and the arrows of slander abuse and vituperation flew thickest Contests sich as were vaged iff those days demanded leaders of determination They were found and now we glory in the deeds of our fathers I have served you one term as County Attorney and am now serving my first term as County Judge This constitutes my entire office holding As County Attorney I attended the Magistrates Courts whenInotified by them prosecuting offenders charged with infractions criminal and penal laws thereby doing all I could to protect father mother and children in the peaceful enjoyment of their homes As County Judge the scope pfrofficial duties is broader and more extensive It is required of him that he make settlements with personal representatives trustees assignees guardians and pres5defo er the Quarterly County and Fiscal Courts As Judge of the Quarterly and County Courts I have triedto do my duty fairly and impartially rendering un to all equal and exact justice I have kept myself familiar with the fiscal affairs of the county and as the presiding officer of the Fiscal Court have been liQle to give said Court such information as was needed in the management of the Countys business The financial status of the county is as follows In the hands of the Treasurer 65911 JplP Iu the hands of the Sheriff l93A 84 Total 259895 We have this nice balance or surplus after making such public and needed improvements as building tlie bridges at Orlando and Livingston and installing in the counts jail a modern waterworks system There are no outstanding obligations all debts are paid This is the splendid financial condition at the close of this year 1 am only asking the Republicans to do for me what you have for officers in the It has bbeei the custom providedmadethat officer has shown zeal and capabilityin th isb rge of duties- This Ihavestriveiti faithfully to t do if reelected My office has been kept indecency and order 3iTy life is an open book You ajl know me v mistakeRepublir one you can fromcanhe effects of au inadvised administration 1orae or more yearsI ITllis i sa battle yourjnterest a battle for a continuation of good Ci n a battle for the betterment rF conditions thingsraudfcSI ask i1esupportiauJcooperatropffyouhll iti my 1 0 Thanking you for past favors afr Yoursvery truly I V LtV BJSTHURUM 1 I 4 1 Establishedf101887 IVOLml FRIDAY FGR fjI r lr JrAr 1 vo Y 5iP iv a 1 ascn r1 J 4ti 0 re IS NOW PENA r aDavs lL ej g tUgw yBASE BALL BASE BALL BASE iHAJJI SuppliesBase cS Masks Electric weld and shade from 100 to 300 125Official XBats8 e gistaPhone 39 V MT VERNON KYA PVY titvrL 1 y 2 t r t 9R1 L aIfe Qf t I2JSIrge o4c li fr1 Remember the gameis being played3S it has never ft Jbeen played before while the opportunity is greater than ever before in the worlds history In every line i competiton is keener and the prizes are now won only by those who dare and do jj- k PeoplesBank1 g rogiIn i8 your account with us today large or small and be ready s for tomorrow to meet them Wake up get upand V set up with this line of progress r signrInf JCL 3 book with a record of every junction past on this busy CL j road krewill appreciate your company in our march tWith best wishes H PEOPLES BANK 3Ec 3E f A Ar IrlwJ v Te MimbresVaHeyl F u MBSXI A- i iaj tFi LAND OF SUNSHINE ri J A great buildingup climate Dry air Alti Best in the world for all lung troubles J No bad roads Soil produces in over 5 iNomud The comingvalley of the coming i Hdld back for years by ranchmen is now i japidl Now is the time to get in on the ground floor If interested write giving idea il what you want f Address exactly as follows Oft Mexico S The Dymcind Company Deming b- xxfcd83 J wwJww rwv fill UNOE TAK Out line of Couch Caskets r 11 is HandmadeCoffinsfurlliShed unexcelled 1 Hearse sent to all parts of Ult the County U I All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled ter- W A COX LERNON KY i c 5 A t Jf y e 171 rycx3V Y ixpe c Walk Over for Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equalNoe as good r 3 Oti4OO American Lady comfort market 3OO 35O r j OUR SUMMER LINE h Summer Line is complete having greatest variety assortment of Ladies and Gents Furnishings brought to town Ladies examine our line of dress goods before you buy CLOTHINGI i 20 Suits at 15 at J4 16 at 13 12 at 10 10 at 8- KRUEQERSONFii Phone S7 Opposite Depot MI VERNON FRIDAY April 23 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION r v c ia THE OUTLOOK 4t the present moment there comes a a kind of portentous tt precedes a storm There is a perpetual mist and haze ijianginei in the political Thf re are evidences of a storm in the distance The political horizon shows edges of fierce energy revealed occasion ally in a political flash of light ning The tariff issue is again the storm center and radiating from it will be seen and heard outlying flurrys of debate between political friends and enemies alike Each taking the views advanced by the friends of the different schools of thought and maintaining by the logic of each that protective tarriff or tariff for revenue only is the hope of our country and when all the known arguments have been exhausted each is satisfied that his view is right We are told that the Session of Congress isI due to close in June that will be a complete revenue tariff schedule that will be regulated or revised downward- In one section the claim is for higher or lower duties on wool another on hides and leather another on beet sugar another steel and iron and so it goes It resolves itself into a sectional fight between the representative of those diverse industries and after all iSj said and done and the revised u4e schedule is in force it is the attempt of one nation or one section to build a wall ot protection so high t11atuo competing section or nation can climb it or jumpit leaving the protected industries to conIsumer wages yes it encourages commerce yes it restores confidence yes this is a great nation yes thank God we area favored people yes the Lord be praised We shall prosper under almost any conditions We came well nigh under our pet system of protective tariff being plunged into a financial crash the end of which can only be conjectured and we have not yet fully recovered iron it If Uncle Sam and the Banking Associations of the country had not stepped in and put up the money to partially tied over the crash would have come How much ruin would have been entailedwill never be known This occurredat close of a splendid Republican administration the most prosperous that had been enjoyed so long under any administration i This only goes to prove that the prosperity of any nation does not depend primarily or exclusively on its tariff schedule The history ofour country proves conclusively that panics and financial crises have come under all ofthese conditions of High or Low tariff This writer is not waging war oh our present system he is only attempting to show the sophism and demagogery resorted to by both sides inproof of the saving qualities of a high or low tariff In view of what has been already shown neither high protective tariff nor low free trade conditions will insure the country against the periodical occurrence of panics and financial crisis Meantime the old threshing out process will proceed and the advocates of protection with cheeks distended with wind will attempt to show that the safety of country depends on the raising or lowering of the present schedule of prices and will finally in Tune or some sweet day bring forth a schedule with ts crossed and is dotted the very acme of protective tariff listsbut all wont be suited and some of the leaders wont know their bills when they meet them in the record It will however retain the popular feature stamped on it of Protection and the assurance that the revenue derived from it will be abundantly adequate for the needs of increased expenditures in salaries in advancing the efficiency of naval equipment and coast defenses etc Above all there will be a feeling that theso called infant industries willIno pauper labor or predatory wealth shall ever be able to get on the inside and put to flight he protected classes When we think of some of the prices we have to pay for steel goods articles made of leather and some of the beautiful creatures of king cotton that adorn our more beautiful wives daught ers mothers sisters and sweet hearts we are left in doubt whether not our protective svstem is or lor not an unmitigated blessing But what a bout the storm you ask We have been dwelling on a side notIto be some more wool pulling in a different styles There is going on a real ligament of political forces The causes have been the growth of a decade and more in devising means for better cleaner government all the way up from district primaries to presidential elections Old ideas of hearding the popular vote and disposing of it at auction is growing absolete and the question of men fitted for office measured by the standard of tbeprpsentdayi reform is the the electorate and the people of Kentucky are no longer going to be controlled by the dictum of political bosses This alligument referred to does not follow the line of partisan cleavage but men that stand for sound clean g in every department are not worried about party names or methods nor are they anxious about the special effect upon the immediate future of any party but stand squarely on the principle announced and to this standard will rally all elements in harmony with the political well being of the country If it splits parties it will be for the general rood The times Demand it the II Shoes have more more style and more wear for less money than any other shoe on the andWe have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are woith20 We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them m Our the and best T 18 Suits Suits Suits Suits SIGNAL ALBRIGHT llnessthat atmosphere overt These machine methods wh ilt Icc tenaciously for an extension JI time are doomed and Kentucky to step forth in a redeemed con ditiop of statehood fitted by all of her natural and artificial resources and the intelligence and virture of her people to become the first in the federal galaxy of states V To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY I take this method of announcing myself asa candidate for the office ot County Court Jlerk subject to the action of the RepublicansotthisI county to be the polls on the inth day of May 1909 I have not been out in the county very much for the reason that my old father and mother are both on the bed of affliction and have been since I first determined to enter this race Because oftheir condition it will be impossible for me to visit the homes of all the Republicans ot this county I can not under any circumstances reach you all between now and the primary but expect to get out in the county as much as possible 1 was in the race for the Republican nomination for the office of County Court Clerk four years ago but was defeated by that grand old Republican and clever gentleman struggleRcame on between the Republican ticket and the bolting ticket I readily lined up as I always do with the Republican ticket and fought valiently for its success in my precinct In Walnut Grove Precinct we are republicans and stand loyally to the Republican nominees This is my principal and wither successful or not in this contest I will support the nominees as I have always done I beg ot mv republican friends to take up juy fight and use their best efforts 4o secure for me if possible this nomination I know that I am qualified I have a commons education and am above the average as a penman If elected I will give to the duties of the office my best attention and promise the people that I will make them a sober upright aod osineerelurgey trust that under Jill the circum stances taking into consideration he serious affiictkHi of ri- tthexendMother old that the Re r publicans ot this county will take up my fight for me and if possible secure for me this nomination Very respectfully Apr 234t LOGAN RENNER LIY1NGSTOJN Mrs Henry Browning is very sick at this rtingW G Rivers has moved over the river into the Ward property Mrs Allen Mounce is on the sick list this weekW A Mahaffey was taken was taken very sick today Wed nesday Oscar Argenbright has moved into the Lechleiter property G D Cook and W E Graves has just completed fencing the Christian cburcbCharley Rey nolds and wife have returned and have returned and have taken rooms at Mrs Orndc ffsrEmerson Rice D E Woodall L H Davis has built two large boats and will start todav with their fishing outfit down the river to the narrows where they will spend two wteks fishingT Pennington is having his house repaired that he bought from the Nichols heirs and will move into it when completed Thomas Jones who has been suffering with his eyes so long had to throw Up job much to the regret of his employerMr and Mrs John Baker of Berea was here Sunday visiting J W Baker and Perry Dees Tom Eliott left this mprning for Jackson woodsIBen was here Monday talking to the boys Tom is a good man and an old school mate but I guess us Democrats can just set on the fence and see one of the grandest fights that ever a primary could cause The railroad men are all smiles now the pay car went through Sunday The river is dot boom again and logs and ties are coming laG M Ballard is in our town today The Ford Lumber Co had a mule killed by the train last night Old flock as he was familiar known has been with the company twenty odd years The Juniors will present London traded school with A 2500 flag Saturday a fine time is looked for Iriah Adams will leave for Irvin Springs Thursday he is in rerybad health and thinks the alerWill- do him good UrbanjChuriing will GRANVILLEOWENSUNDERTAKER 0W IBrodhead Ky I p go to house keeping in the Chun ing property is the webbrelports for Williamsbyrg to visit her daughter W H Burton and D E Woodall was in London Mon dayMrs Tom Winkle who lives about a mile from town is re ported to be dying with that dread disease consumption SILVER DARE Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky This handsome fellow is 16 hands 3 years old and is s mahogany bay Sired by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Che ter Dare 10 N S H R he by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by ling William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gains Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark F S he by Imp nHedgeford Dignitys first dam by Liziemont by Welch mont No 6367 A To H R he by William Welch 341 he by Rys dicks Hambletonian 10 Dig nitys second dam by Abdallah Messenger third dam by Gills Vermont fourth dash Therough bred Welchmonts first dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2893 Silver Dares first dam is by Silver King ee by On Time he by Sionewall Jackson he by Wash ington Denmark 64 Silver Dare will make the sea son of 1909 at my stable i mile from Hiatt postoffice at 10 to insure a living colt WARFIELD At the same timH and place I will also stand a good jack at 6 to insure a livingcolt lire tak en to prevent accidents ores capes but not responsible should any occur Season money becomes due when mares are trad ed or pftTted with Phone in residence RLSMITH COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled 3xttkx MISERY IN STOMACH Why not start nowtoday and forever rid yonrsely of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good eat then take apes Diapepsin tc start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching pf Gas or eructations of undigested food no fe ling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug theImost minutesItake Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same- as a sound healthy stomach would do itWhen Diapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in order cleans upand then you feel like eating when you come tothe table and what you eat will do you goodAbsolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Diapepsin Tell your druggist that you want Papes Diapepsin because you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion CASTORIAFor b Kid YwHan AIWIJS IIIPt Bears th- exiatr e r t n MT VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY April 23 1909 II rCwll tintNnr 70 tvl eoyou TVnot to Com ttitinicote with SIGNAL 79 0Q R R CoI I TIME TABLE 2north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 p IP 21 South 12rga m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Dr Richajdson was down from CorbinT Mullins was in Nashville this week F Bowling was in London Wednesday on business Little Mattie B Sparks has been suffering from ear trouble JohniM are in Lexington this week Little Edna Davis has recovered from a severe case of pneumonia John Mullins is able to be out af ter having a severe case of mumps Minnie G Riddle and sister Miss have moved to East Burn stadtOur splendid foreman W T Davis has been very sick since Tuesday Dr M L Myers has completed his course at Louisville and is now at home to stay James Da vault and Jeter Falin were made Knights Templars at Lebanon Tuesday W H Jones the Wildie merch ant was in Louisville first of th week buying goods Mrs S C Davis spent a few days this week with her daugh ter Mrs Wallen at Gum Sulpher We are glad to see our good friend Joe Norton able to be out and almost himself again Mr J 0 P Myers is in Lexing tonvisiting his sister whom he has not seen for twenty one years Miss Emma Riddle and little sister Mattie are the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Riddle of Cove Mrs W H and W S Branna man of Wildie are in Richmond taking treatment under the Drs Nell McFerron has returned to her home at Pine Hill from State Normal School at RichmondI better known as Daniel Boone was in from Con way Wednesday and says the farm ers in his section are very busy Mr and Mrs Chas Reynolds have returned from their wedding j trip and were here for a few days this week visiting hcmefolks Mrs A G Lovell and daughter frolm nihaving recovered from an attac k of fever- Mrs Clyde White who wa Miss Cora Adams of Livingston was a passenger on 22 Thursday enroute to Arizona to join her husband rThe item in our last issue that Miss Thornton had returned to Cincinnati was a mistake as she is still very sick at the LatJgd n DormitoryMr Mrs J F Griffin and Mrs gC Franklin were included among those who were in Louis vile last week which mention we failed to get for our last issue LOCAL Green hats for 150 at Fishs Tan low cuts for all at Fishs Buckeye boys play at Wildie tomorrow Jim Williams store was burned at London this morning No par ticulars Let J Fish help you in selecting your Spring Suit Shoes or Hat and you will wear the latest out tosTAn Eastern Star pin Liberal reward for the return MRS CIEO BROWN Women are less dangerous th men they usually talk before they act The Wildly Base Ball Tea defeated Team toa tune ff fitoQ at Hiattrlast Saturday t Local views and other Postcards at Fishs Ally C C Williams bought ol R L Colyer a fine horse One ol the attractions of Mtt Vernon is Fishs corner Rotindstone and Renfro creek have been past fording this week For Lauds sake use Globe Fertilizer Get it from J Fish MtVer nonNo better clothes in Mt Vernon than those HUQWU by J Fish Have you had a look Johnny Clontz has his new residence in the Sparks Davis addi tion almost completed There is a better prospect for larger wheat crop in Roekcaa tl county this year than ever before Mrs Delilah Taylor of Buckeye neighborhood is improving but her son Geo Taylor continues about the same Just before we go to press news of the sudden death of Mr P Dolan of Pine Hill reached us Heart trouble the cause Complete account next issue Mt Vernon is getting to be a big egg market There are two out of town buyers here every Monday paying top price and getting lots of eggs The brick work has started on the new building of J Fish an W L Richards They are using- the white brick which are mad at Dudley this counny LOST Between R A Sparks residence and MtVernon Monumental works a plain gold brace let Liberal reward for the return Miss IDA MAY The protracted meeting Baptist church conducted Pastor Rev Jameson and maulI Evangelist Barnes is drawing crowds and much interest fested eANSWER Judge R G Williams answers the question of that progressive and enterprising citizen Al bert Hamlin asked in our last is sue Be certain to read it It will do you all good MtVernon B B Team has a game arranged with C O to be pulled off here next Thursday after noon This is second match game of the season for MtVernon Come and see the game MtVernon Base Ball Team played Brown Memorial School Thursday Score 17 tor for Mt toMillerTateI MtVernon Beatty Hamlin propntors Mt Vernon Roller Mills are making many and some very decided im provmentson their mill preparato ry for a large and continuous run after July 1st Mr W A Forbes is doing the work and oi course it is first class sGeneral Lewis 17 years old while attempting to get on a tnos ing LN freight at Brush Creek this county last Sunday fell under the wheels and both legs were cut off He was at once taken to Pen Infirmery London bs Dr W A Jones of Wildie on a freight train but died shortly after reach ing London His body was sent to Conway Ky his home for burial This should be a lesson to the boys at this and other places Mr William Wood agedabout 60 years died at his home near Conway after an illness of six months of cancer of the stomach Mr Wood realized the endwas near and looked after all his business affairs before it was too late making juststich disposition of every thing as he desired itto be 1 Mr Woodwho was one o Rockcastles foremost citizens leaves a wife and four children J A and Joe Wood and Mesdames James Brooks and Elmer Williams Peace to his ashes glory to bi immortal soul To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY I take this method of ann unc ing that I have withdrawn from the race for ihe nominotion for sheriff I do this on my own ac cord after a careful consideration of the situation I want 013 friends to know that I am not in any com bination or any agreement with raeane open any myfnendsJor mIam Respectfully Your friend v G Sl GRIFFIN ar rwler1- W I 3 f j I r J fj IT l I rf s j C 4 i t f s THIS SPACE BELONGS 1 TO iJ l R j f w tf V Ir t 1Ji1 Ii t iZilf = f Ui 1iA I i t t W 2 1 J Ml Vern on Js Lead i ng Clothierei rj AND g u il 1SHOE MAN t ZWatch this space next weeKS5f I 1 1- L1If rl i 1 t i 3- i hltr M M M fA JYI 4i J1w t vvvr TrITo THE PEOPLE OP MT VErNON I hereby announce myselfas a candidate for Police Judge of the wn of Mt Vernon subject to the of the people at the general election next November R M JOHNSON MILLINERY Mrs Matilda Potts Brodhead Ky is showing the most attractive models in SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY A hat from her means exclusive pattern that will possess individual ity and stamp the wearer as a woman of taste 4l64t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One Perless Traction engine 16 horse power one 24 inch American burr and belt Will exchange for team of mares or mules Also one Pl now Binder in goodr pair and goo bales of hay A T GOODMAN April93t Crab Orchard Ky Mr Logan Renner who is one of the aspirants for County court clerk was here Tuesday and told us that his father and mother Mr Ingram and Mrs Elizabeth RenneT are both in a very serious condition Mr Renner has dropsy and Mrs Reuner is suffering from the effects ofan churchfcame near years ago NOTICEis hereby given that Camp of Sons of Veterans will be thse 1969 being Sat urday at leu oclock a m at the Court House The old veterans and their sonsare invited to be present t especialIvs to oganize this Camp and make it one of the most interesting and enthusiastic in the State L V Dodge Department Commander forIthespeciallyiCharles S Johnson L W Bethurum R NL a McFerron V Committee J Jw r W vv vrV To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK CASTLEGentlemenAs I am a candi date for County Clerk I wish to ex plain why I have noUbeen to see you Six weeks ago a little boy ofmine six years old had his thigh broken in two places Ij have not been out side the town limits in that time 1 am the neediest man asking for any office in the gift of the people Ineed not tell you I am a Republican or that I will be sober You know me I own no farm not even a horse I am dependent upon the people yet all I sick is to he given this nomination and I willIto the rest My opponents are good men they want the office I needit Your friend W A B DAVIS To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY Some timt ago I announced myself through the columns of this paper a candidate for theRe publican nomination for the office of Jailor of this County I now take the same method of announcing to the Republicans that I am no longer a candidate and this is my announcment of withdrawal t find that business matters person al to myself prevent my continu ing in the race I received ample encouragement during my candida cy to justify me in the belief that thae end I would be successful hut be cause of the matters referred to I am obliged to withdraw I am very thankful to thoseof my friends who manifested such interest in my behalf and I wish to say fo them that in the future If 1f com es with in my power to return the favor will be a great pleasure for meto so so I 000 I trust that the Primary Election will pass off harmoniously an that we will succeed in nominator astrong Republica ticket and I wish to state to my friends that I expect to support whoever is under theLog Cabin at the coming No emberelectionJno matter who that may be Very respectfully MtV SwiNFORDc vrVV 1IorVYp JARRKTTDAVIS A very pretty wedding was enacted at the parlors ot the American Hotel on the evening of April 4th when Mrs charlotte Jarrett of Aztec and tyr J I Dayis of Flora Vista sere united in the holy bonds of mafrimony Rev C A Mangham officiating Dame Rumor had foretold the event with approximate exactness yet so cleverly did the principals conceal the date that few of Aztecs inhabitants knew of the hour at which the nuptial knot was to be tied even to invited guests Mrs Jarretie has been living in Aztec for several years and is well and favorably known here while Mr Davis is regarded as one of Flora Vistas foremost citizens univer sally respected by all The Demo crat joins with many others in wishing the contracting parties long and happy life fraught with all the comforts that go to make up a happy union of heartsSan Juan Democrat Aztec N Mex BRODHEAD Miss Clyde and Mattie Wilmot spent last week with relatives on Copper creekConn Evans has been sick for several daysMr and Mrs LB Hilton of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs J R Cass Thursday Homer Wallin was seen smiling on our streets several days last week The farmers in this section are very bu sy this weather There has already been about 8 carloads of fertilizer cominginThelarge also which we hope will prove 3 source of prosperity to those thus engagdDr O O friendIts BIBteam was defeated on their grounds by Willies nine Saturday J W Hutchison spent dMonday in Cincinnatil Thos Cherry and father sPent Wednesday in Stanford Mr Cherry fJ under medical treatment of Dr 0O OBaunon Pearl Singleton of Corbmjsat home for few days oLyons attbj v vr r sinessProduce is being brought here from all sections of the country where it meets a ready exchange for cash at the highest market price A baseball team cant win with a pitcher full of beer Bravery of some men looks a good deal like brute force vr r r Foleys Hone and Tar is a safeguard against serious results from spring colas which inflame the lungs and develope into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits be insisting upon having the geuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs Chas CDavis If a man hasnt a red cent he is apt to feel blue 7oY4LB4AINGPOWIM4 Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar J ThemostMagnificent WEver verybestiUft quality style and workmanship they are on a par with those w seen in the citiea t 1200 and 1500 but we sell onrs at M 700 and 800 Beauties every one ot them A hat is the J 1JF bi aretheJ jJT at prices to meet the desires and ideas of every one Be sure to get one right away MRS CLEO BROWN W THE LEADING MILLINER J i Y w h SC i rr JO p t I Better Not Get tI I If you can help Dyspepsia it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion A great many people who have trifled with indigestion have been sorry for itwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia Everyone is subject to indiges tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired feelingyou need Ko dol And then the quicker you take Kodolthe better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely to be of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin is only by CHAS DAVIS People past middle lile usually have some kidney or bladder dis order that saps the vitality which is naturally lower in old age Foleys Kidney Remedy corrects urinary troubles stimulates the kidneys and restores strength and vigor It cures uric acid troubles by strengthening the kidneys so they will strain out the uric acid that settles in the muscles and joints causing rheumatism Cues C Davis The indications are that Abdul Hamid Sultan of Turkey is pre pirinig to abdicate Rumors are n Constantinoble that he has fled bit they cannot be confirmed The United States Court of Ap peals at New Orleans has denied a rehearing in the railroad rate cases of Alabama recently decided in favor of the State ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR than have my feet cut off said M L Bingliam of Princeville Ill but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors 4iInstead he used Bucklens Arnica t till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils r itJBurns and Piles astound the j vorId25C Chas C Davis Dr D K Pearsons of Chicago has given 25000 to Berea College The money will be used to erect a new boys dormitory This is the Dr Pearsonsthird doeation to the institution the three aggregating 175600 I Baby ivoiil cry if sive Him- BALAR1S tfORETOUND SYRUP Pleasant to take results Contains nothing injurious N IeURES COUGHS WHOOPING CROUP SORE COLDSmI ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo flay enough fori3allardn Horehound Syrup It has cured baby of the croup and my CoughsI25c SOc nail 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by Sold by Chas ODavis L oRzNo Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring Jhe natural action ofthe st6rnr ach liver and boVels Refuse substitutes Prlce BCo Sold by Chas CDavis i 1 t t F p b a a partial digester and physics are not digesters at all Kodol is a perfect digester If you could see Kodol digesting every particle of food of all kinds in the glass testtubes in our laboratories you would know this just as well as we Id- oNature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomachbut in order to be cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests tho stomach while the stomach gets well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee Go tqyourflrnjnrlst today and get a dot Jar bottle Then after you have used the entire contents of the bottle if you can honestly say that It has not done you any good return the bottle to the druggist and qucsuongist for the bottle Dont hesitate all goodThisand to but one In a family The large bottle contains 2J times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold C at SIDI 42336 This Percheron Stallion will make the season of 1909 at the Adams livery stable He was imported from France in September 1907 and has a fiue blood as can be bred into a horse by the Freud Government as will be shown by his pedigree Aside from his pedigree he is as good an individual as there is in the State He is coal black fine style and action and weighs twentythree h u n d red poundsPEDIGREEolded April 15 1904 Bred uy M Brounard commune of Berdhuis Couton of Noce Department of Orne Sired by Courmesnil 4859 dam Rosalie 47823 she by Lavoisier 40513 2nd dam Saus Soucil 34864 she by Petite Caporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 she by Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Fovori 12874 cth dam Petite belonging to M Jousseliu A more extended pedigree can be seen at the stable- I invite the people to come and see this horse before breeding else where If you like the horse I shall appreciate any mares sent to him and am sure none will regret sending after the colt is folded order to thoroughly introduce IInhorse he will be allowed to mares at 1000 for this season a living colt Season money due if mare is traded after Lure is bred All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Apr 6th 3t J C ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky CCASTOEBears theflioSignature Yfof You should not delay under any circumstances in case of Kidney and Bladder trouble You should take something promptly that you know is reliable something like DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills They are unequaled for weak back backache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains etc When you ask for DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills be sure you get themi They are antiseptic Accept no svbstitutes insist upon getting the right kindSold by Chas C Davis v it4 Sleep Sleep is natures re theInew d If YOlf lose sleepf your system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this JQs until you become a pliys ical wreck Dr Miles iNervine quiets the irritated nerves and Brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffects untoldI sleepnorMyheadlike one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of thequestion After taking one bottle of wonderfullychangedtlE and am gaining all the time Ican lie down and sleep like a child workMRS lad NervmefailstoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind iiLiiii to i ANNOUNCEMENTS 1fORPOUllTY JUDGEr announce G II BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce L W BETHU U as a candidate for Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tio 1111 epublican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of ockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce S D LEWIS as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle Connty subject to the acti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff Wo are authorized to announce IS J NICELEY as a candidate for Sheriff of ockcastle County subjectto the ac- tIon ot the Republican party tTarc authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN as a candidate for Sheriff of Ivockcastle County subject to the actior of the epublicanrparty For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun tyiCourbOlerfc sbject tothe action of th6 Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for Bounty Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W 1 IpVENCH as a candidate for County countysubjty We rautliorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the epublicanlrnr- tv We are authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the epublican party We arc authorized to announce REV J 11 CUMMINS a candidate for Coun Court Clerk of Rockcastle County Ject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject- to the action of the Republican party Wt 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 CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County snbject to the action of the republican Primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer ef Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce CAR ROLL MARTI as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce G W DECKER as candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County sulectto the ac tion of the Republic1npnmary We are authorizee to announce TAY LO C LAR K as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the reputiIican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D filcFERO as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rock astle Countysubject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a 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 are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidat for Super intendent of Schools ockcastle County subject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the ac tion of the Republican party SIRENNERInockcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican pary cr Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk pfr ckcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized tqannounce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subjectto 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 HAOXSTZATE Weare authorized to announce CHES VEY PAYNE as a candidate for Magis tthteof the Third Magisterial dcstiict subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce J H LAMBERT as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of the and Magisterial District subject to the action of the republican Primary May 65 1969 For Coroner We are authorized to announce WADE vIVESAY as a candidate for Coroner RockcascohntY subject to the action of the Republican party f J TOO Tlfis prernuim saddle stallion will make the season of 1909 at the Stable of G B Lawrence in Mt Vernon Ky Togo ifa dark Irongray horse 3 years 15 hands high and weighs 960 Ibs A perfect mo elwith great style ill tion and speed Togo was sired by Preston no 922 he by Wash jI gton no 04 he by Cromwell no 73 Dam Denmark mare Togo will make the present season at 1500 to insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the insurance and money is due at the time such transaction G B LAWRENCE 4t f Mt Vernon Ky We often wonder how any person can be persuaded into taking anything but Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trou le Do not be fooled into accepting own make or other substitutes The genuine contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow packageWAwrEDWe want produce and we want it badly If you have it andwant to sell it for tIe payIT M DEs Mch 26 tf Livingston Hj A street car motarman of St Louis has informed James Shepard Cabanne Jr that h saw the kidnaped boy in a restaurant wit theICol James W Caperton of Richmond one of the leading law yers and financiers of the state died Monday after an illness of two weeks Col Caperton was 86 years old and had been the friend of many men of national reputation During the spring every one would te benefitted by taking Koleys Kidney Remedy It furnirhes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter Iud it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to eleminate the impui ities from it Foleys Kidney Remedsimparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Chasc Davis Gov Willscn has pu t in the big gest part of his working hours this week in the examination and disposition of the many application for pardons that have been presented to him Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N little girl was IvwriteslMy bv taking Folevs I think it is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orino Laxative is best for women children as it is mild pleasant and effective and is l splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system cud clears the coin plexiom Chas C Davis A negro ran amuck at Richmond Va with a shotgun and a revolver and wounded three citizens and a policeman He was captured after an encounter in the heart of the shopping district UP BEFORE THE BAR N H Brown an attorney of Pitt field Vt writesUVe have used Dr King New Life Pills for years and fin hem such a good family mediciwe wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 250 Chas C Davis KiLLTHE COUGH AND SURE THE LUNGS KingsI I fOR c WCSHS OLDS Trial PRICEI AND ALL THROAT Arm LUNG TROUBLES GT7ABANTEED SATISFA OR- ion MONEY REFUNDED Mount Vernon Monumental iWORKS PWls anufacturer of and DEALER in Marbles and Granite MOnuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application Btb OWENSPl pr L1vEImfr There were services at Friends ip Sunday conducted by Re- D it Gentry Mrs Grover C Price returned home Saturday after spending the winter in Louisville with her husband who will be a M D after July Farmers hae begun corn plant ng around here the weather being warm and dry Mr James Bullocl who recently had the misfortuntofa load o hay falling on him ianie o be out again The wheat crop llt sooO promises to be a bumper surpus ing last year b tiring pr o ir Col Win Hinmjsi ir1 i rr isvls uifncd tv c slat this place One in re WeIwarm wwther and the forests a d fields will be almost in full f hag and carpets of beautiful grass Cther DeEord spent Sunday on Skeggs Creek we presume fishing t- oWORDSTOFREEZETHE50UL Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These ap plaling wirds were spoken to Geo E Elevens a leading merchant of Sprirgfield N 0 by two expert doctorsone a lung specialist Tuen was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy lu fallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth Soc and 100 Guarantee Satistaction Trial bottle free Chas C Davis HIGH BRIDGE If the present bridge which spans the Kentucky rivet on the i Queen Cresent railroad is called High Bridge by reason of Us altitude J what should the wew struct 3 be named The wew brid gewill t lure erected immediately over the j one and will be thirtytwo feet i higher which will rank it amorg the highest bridges in the whole i country j The contract for the new struct i ure has been awarded and the pre j liininarv work has commenced iV It is estimatedthattlie v irk will all be completed and trains running over it within the next twelvemonths j It is to be a steel structure and of the nost modern design CASTOs A IISignatureof DeWitts Little Early Risers the best known phis made are easy to take and act gently and are certain We sell and recommend them Chas O Davis R W DYCHE D mN T I S T MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work Specialty aI Brodhcad Marbe Work BRODHEAD Y Granite ami Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron FencejD B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY fOFFICE On 2nd floor o TheBank of Mt Vernon on Churc- hseetSpecia1 attention given tocollections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker 3r E roka1 m er Complete LINE of c skAtE Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed prormpily tanrord Ky 0 1rA i tJLn riDO- ItLf oiar fiOd uftI ALcdflOL3puItcz i4sirniIalintIeo3thingega tir t iii4 iroIuotcsiibesttoflliceflui n23andPtCoatehlsPiirrp- 11 OphuaMorphiac norNiaoio1 NOTNARCOTIC 4o1dDiMf2fEIfilr- fj11 Ijmfflbdt tiP1I IIrlSH Ci7tdi25rPj ApertectRemedyforCansUpaLion WormsColivulsiousYevris rtWnessandaOSSO SLEEP ftp ElFacSimile signature NEW YORK Exact Copy of Vrapper CSTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Aways Bought Bears the Signatme IA1 of A I- nVUse J For Over ICASTOYiii NVI a i tl SPRVrG SOES i mw Our Spring Shoes are in and we want you to icome in anti inspect our line cWe have everything in Men Women and Children LOW OUTS that you could wish for QetJme in and let us show you how we can Ssave you money not only on shoes but every else io I McKENZIE SON Phone 93 m X33C r Vvi 9 f pJBARGAIINs IN EVERYTHING ATILDiatts n illA I i ome and see what you can do for I ilcash or produce Our Winter Line is complete IOur Shoes and Chothing are the best AICIHIATT3 HIATT KENTUCKY I s = r J oi f frfz N A A gJ ihcJ 1ory The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of okomo Ind as told below proves the curative properties of 1 that wellknown female remedy Wine of Cardui Mrs Warwick says TAKE CAROL I JS1 I It Will Help You I suffered from pains in my head shoulderst II limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills ner jp vousncss fainting spells and other female troubles I was almost deadrrhree doctors did not help me 1 At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle obtained relief Now I am cured But for Cardu- iI I would have been dead Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES jr- p