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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i T Published FridayEverydttn3Ji ndb t qEStabJIshed IVOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 28 1909 NUMBER 116 I JUDGE R G WILLIAMS Who is in a hard political fight for the Democratic nomination fo JudgeWilliamsyear and is now making the fight for the long term The will take place tomorrow and Judge Williams and his friends ar coufidentjof success by an overwhelming majority HISTORICALSKETCH The following historical sketch contributed by our townsman to the Carthage Ill Republican we copyMt Vernon Ky Feb 26 1909 Editor Carthage RepublicanIIn the month ing then only 16 years of age I concluded that I wanted to go to Cart aga IiIand was at that time liv ing with my brother J C Wil liams in his dry goods store in Mt oflAprilCarthage having a brother W H Williams then living on Rock Creek in Hancock county lIt some four miles from Carthage near Solomon Elifritz Never having traveled any before it was going to be Every uncertain whether I ever reached my destina i tion or not being so young and K green as I then was but I was bent on trying it When I reached Louisville Ky I inquired the best way of getting to Carthage and I was told that there was a steamboat down at the wharf called The High Flyer which was to go down the Ohio riv er to the Mississippi thence up the Mississippi river to a landing at Warsaw Illinois which is only twelve miles from Carthage- I did not Know when it was told me what a wharf or steamboat was because I had never seen either oft them passing Mt Vernon where I lived So I got a fellow to go with me and show me where andwhat tbev were When we got to the wharf be showed me a steamboat with great large letters on her side High Flyer so Iwent aboard and found the man who they said Urun the machine and asked him if that boat was going to stop at WarsawIHe replied Yes it would made contract with him and paid him my fare to laud me at Warsaw or bust the biler Everythin- being ready and the passengers aboard the boat we pulled out fo WarsawThe what run the thing said we would tCget thar in five days but it took us swimming th watter one week before landing a WarsawDuring the voyage las ting five days as before staredwe fare sumptuously on codfish and pota toesWe reached Warsaw at night and I went to Valentine Wilsons who was running an eating and sleeping house and asked him if I might stay at his house that night He replied certainly so I staid Next morning I asked him which way led to Carthage He replied by pointing out a roadand said it went by Wells who was also running an eating and sleeping houseHe said if I didnt get any far then than Wells that day he would let me stay with Him but r r having ample time I pursued my journey till I reached Carthage a a distance of only twelve miles from Warsaw On the following dav I want ou to my brothers home W H Wil Hams on Rock Creek and he and his family were so surprised to think that I had gotten so far away from home all by myself I tough- thatmyself I had accomplished much in making sucha trip alone and without being hurt o getting lost I staid in Carthage and the county of Hancock one year and I can truthfully say that Hancockcoun ty is one of the best sections of thi world I have ever seen The county is so smooth and lev el you can play marbles almost anywhere without their rolling down hillThe best thing about the country is that no crow in making his perambulations ever flew over a richer soiljhan that found in Hancock countyl10 to 30 per acre is now selling for over 100 per acre This section was then noted for the quantity and quality of watermelons raisedand at that time so much vegetation decaying and other miasmatic influ ences prevailing that I took chills and fever and nearly shookall my teeth out- During my illness I staidwith my brotherinlaw James F Wil son and one of my well days I slipped off and went up into James Wilsons watermelon patchand found just one melon ripe and then and there I deliberately and all by mysely consumed that water mil lion After eating the melon as afore said I went back to the huuse and my sister Virginia Wilson asked where I had been I answeredI have just been up to the watermelon patch She said to me Did you eat ategone willryou But thanks be to the Lord I have never had a chill from that day to this countye thetof Carthage and vicinity Carthage then had a population of cond5000 inhabitants At that time Jesse Cunningham wasa merchant in Carthage and a young man named Hud Slater and a good fellow by the way was clerk in the store Shull Cher rel and Taylor Bros were also merchants Charley Main kept groceries including liquors Uncle Sam Wihoh kept hotel His daughter Lois Ann assisted him Swaney Hamilton was also a laird lord Harrison Crawford did black = smi thing Byrant T Sdiofield and Alec Simpson were lawyers Alle McQuary real estate agent Mason McQuary county court clerk John Spangler school superintend ent Jo Hawley then lived on the place on which J C Williams now lives persons named above were IThe citizens of Carthage at referred to and the follow ing are the names of ci izens of the surrounding neighborhoods in the county William DeHart who lived on the Macomb road a short distance from town had a good farm and a fine appleorchard Charles Wilson Allen Wilson Uncle John Wilson and his family Miss Marv and Ann Wilson and Lindsey and his son also James McQuary Emanuel Showers Jim and John Wiley John Og esby Sol Elefritz Ink Stevens and Green Haley Sam David and Jacob Mack the Shoups and Vanhorns complete the list of noted citizens that 1 now remember The people were all very kind and good to me and I shall ever re tain a fond remembrance of Han cock county and her people I have wished many times to be back again in Carthage and see the im thererand but a boy fiftyfour years ago I have looked many times at the bullet holes in the old jail door Hieram Smith Mormons who were trying to make there escape from the citizens The Mormon temple was then standing at Nauvoo on the Mississippi river twelve miles from Carthage acquainttances mine in county and the town of Carthage have gone to the Great Beyond I know that manyof them have passed away and we hope that their anddmote livingrto a age en death calls them away that they may go to a better world and with their Creator who has been watch daysson With my best wishes for the living and the dead I am truly D N WILLIAMS SMASHES ALL RECORDS As an allround laxative tonic and health builder no other pill can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regu ate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nervescure constipation Dyspep sia Biliousness Jaundice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 25c at Chas C Davis AN AKRON MAN MB WILLIAM F STEESE Mr William P Steele 701 Coburn Sty Akron Ohio writes I have been troubled for several years with catarrh of the stomach Have used different patent medicines to no effect whatever and have doc tored considerable with family doctor Sometimes his treatment would re lieve me for a few weeks but would eventually have to go back to him and that had kept up for several years M was advised to use Peruna and have taken three bottles Never felt so good in my life Am going town tinue using it Wouldnt be with out it in the house I will gladly recommend It to any one afflicted with catarrh of stomach or stomach trouble of any kind The above is an oftrepeated story Troubled for years with chronic tarrh Tried different remedies an doctors to no avail Peruna was ad vised by friends Instant relief expe rienced Great gratitude to Perun expressed This in brief is a that is repeated to us a great many times every year No one could be in touch with vast correspondence for one mont without being impressed with the sincerity and truthfulness of these kind of testimonials Peruna promptly produces an app e lleve r rned other treatment Man ifinan IdtaJ Uxatlve BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL PROGRAM Program of the closing exercises of Brown Memorial School May 3 th to June 3rdLSunday May 30 3 P M Bible Exercises Tuesday June i 3 P M Festi val of Flowers by Primary Department assisted by little friends Tuesday June 8 P M The Toyshop an Operetta by InteuI diateGrades Wednesday June 2nd 3 PM Pi ano Recital Wednesday June 2 8 P M Col umbias Receptionby Grades Thursday Tune 3 8 P M Decla mation Contest High School and Eighth Grade An opportunity to examine work of school will be given both Tues day and Wendesday afternoons The faculty and students of Brown Memorial School extend to all patrons and friends a most cor dial invitation to attend any and all of these exercises TUESDAY 3 P M FESTIVAL OP THE FLOWERS Queen of the FlowersChristi ne Davis Maids Myrtle Bamlin Ella May McKenzie GuardsLeonard Pur ci fu Frank Beaty McKinley Purciful Sherman Purciful Mike Cain Ben tt Spark- sRosesTevis Betnurum Lillian Griffin Ruby Meadows Buttercups Sallie Hanks Ver lie Hamlin Violets Grack Beaty Gladys Southard Julia Landrum Sweet Peas Edna Davis Bettie Beaty Mary Elizabeth Lawrence Ina Meadows DaisiesMargaret Sparks Hazel MyersFernsJulian and Wilburn Mil lerDandelionMartha Rickels Poppies Kdith Drew Lillie HanksJack in the Pulpit John Al- bright Bachelor Buttons Clarence Thompson William ForbesGeorge McKenzieToad Raymond Myers Frank Richards Bernard Franklin William S larks- ForgetmenotDorothy Albright TUESDAY 8 PM TOY SHOP Morrow Mill r Scene LFarries meeting place 12 oclockPuckWill Thompson FarriesAubry Martin Edward L Forbs Arthur Thompson Charlie Davis Julian Miller Wilburn MillerScene lIToy Shop French DollsMattie B Sparks Jennie M Miller Pattie Perkins Ida Hamlin Japanese Georgie Johnson An nie L Reckels Maggie Jones Rag DollRuth Landrum Paper DollSusie Ball Jack in the Box John Landrum Elzie Kirby Tin Soldiers RalphrifflnLeon ard Purciful FarewellSchool WEDNESDAY 3 P M RECITAL PROGRAM DuetColumbine Schnecker Blanch Crawford Anna M Miller Spinning Song Ellmenreich Ruth Mullins The Pig Brownies Dance Margaret Martin Hannah Smith Christine Davis Cradle Song AJchin Ermon Tharp Duet Wohlfahrt Lillie Smith and Miss Keys GurlittdDuetThe Blacksmith d Ourville Keysyr Georgia Johnson LachEtude in A b Wollenhanpt Blanche Crawford WEDNESDAY 8 P il GoUMiixAte RCEPJ ION ColumbiaJulia Fishi Public OpinionRobert McKen zieArmyCharles Beaty Forbess Tharp Bessie Hamlin New England StatesLewis Mil her Bertha Litton Middle AtlanticJohn Lair Ruth Mullins Claude Griffin Ina Mc CoyCentralEmma Ham Western Essie Pike Miller Me CoyPacificVirginia Martin Immigrant Fred Baker CubaRae Hunt Porto RicoBryan Perkins AlaskaEliza Griffin HawaiiNora Parrett Phillippines Jamie Thompson Southern StatesSadie Richards Grant Mullin- sKentuckyAnna Mae Miller Ray Miller Mabel Perkins- DECLAMATION CONTEST TUHURSDAY 8 P M MusicNellie Gray Hanby InvocationMusic Mendelsohn Maybells and Flowers Girls Chorus Declamation Northcott Rights of Men John D Henderson Recitation Woolson Kentucky Belle Bernice Landrum Quartette Jones The Untruthful Daisy Tenor Bass J T Bowling Will C Kirby John M Fish Robt H Miller Declamation =Mission of America Jones H Fish Recitation Carey An Order for a Picture Lillie B Smith Piano Solo Blanche Crawford Declamation Van Dyke People and their Rules Robert Harry Miller Music DouglasHayse Annie Laura Glee Club Piano Duett Haydn Gypsy Rands Blanche Crawford Robt B Miller Declamation Mans Develop ment and Attainment John M Fish Music Frank Blue on the Heavens Girls Chorus Recitation Wilson The Painter of Seville Mattie Baker Music C Lawrence Smith Quartette Farce The Burglar Awarding Medals Chorus Pinsuti Good night good night Beloved HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ofcatarre that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for 15 years honorabfinancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacesof the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls family pills for con stipation The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church in session at Savannah Ga will consider the complaint of Col Bennett H Young and others over the withdrawal of Central Univer sity of Kentucky from the controls of the church LIVED 152 YEARS Wm ParrEnglands oldest manmarried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlpck Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 16yearold boy he writes aftertaking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonder ful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure o arth Theyre a godsend lo wea ckly rundown or old people Try them 500 at Chas 0 Davis ThiiiTbIe9HIMost any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be foundat THE OLD RELIABLE Il Cheapest Drug Store in the county H S C South Side DAVISIU ciMT VE J u J u c v u = PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No 89 If you need medicines ofany kinds call S3 iWhen you want prompt service in case of accident call 23 If you want the Doctor call 39 When you are ready to paint your house call S3 If you want ice cream call S3 In fact make S3 your servant you will always find ready and willing service at our endof the line All Phones lead to CHASEC DAVIS Leading Druggist r PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No 89 Ifa body need a body call S3 Get your Hammocks now 1S0 to 300 Get your Croquet Sets now 9 1 25 up Get your Base Ball Goods now W Young ladies now is the time to buy your toilet goods of all kinds Please call in and let us show you Dont forget the number 8g DAVIS Leading Druggiet b 8g A Profitable Invitation ri This invitation presented with the hope that it X may be of some service to our patrons There is noth ing that offers such a twofold opportunity to the individ X deposito time to better your condition to start you in husiness to build a home to invest profitablya hundredand one things that systematic saving puts within easy reach W of any person At the same time that money saved isj going into circulation through the medium or the bank is being used right here at home and is making for the X prosperity of the cotnnlunitySWe offer our depositors every service and convenici ience in transacting business Our bank is here to furW ther your interests and the interests of the community toiQ the TjComeaccount with us open one no matter how small We CT will give it the same attention and thesame courtesies M that t e accord the man whose business runs into many u pleasureinJvL 7j PEOPLES BANK y ti 1 ww ttttttttttttttttttttt1ttttttJlttttttttttttttttttttttttttt w w fAT VERNON DpffiT DO w PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBALMERS =2 Mt Vernon Ky 3COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 Q = Coffins and Robes = ELicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = EOrders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3w= EA B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 Pnone Proprietors 2111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111 M ii 111 tttt UNDBBTAKBB Our line of Couch is unexcelled ORskets111 Handmade Coffins Hearse sent to allparts of 1m the County All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled I W L COX I Phone 94S MT VERNON KY gf 1 n i q v i FKpuEGERsoNii7S r Shoes for MenI J Hannah Oxfords 3 50 and 400 Walk Over Ox 35o and 400 American Gentlen 13 14 and 5 American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goods Uur line is complete Silks in all shades and prices 3r Hosiery v M toysHosepair TiMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 28 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION THE Supreme Court of the United States Monday decided the case of the Adams Express Com pany vs the Commonwealth of Kentucky involving the right of the company to ship liquor into a local option county contrary to the law Qf the State in favor of the company The case involved the shipment of whiskey from IndianaI and Tennessee to which the company was fined 50 for each offense by the Circuit Court of Hart County The Supreme holds that the Kentucky law conflicts with the Federal Con stitution and that the express company are common carriers and as such have a perfect right to ipments1Such see where Kentucky is to profit from its present local option law regulating the shipments of whiskey GOOD ROADS =EROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE KENTUCKY CONSTITUTION The Bosworth Wyatt Good Road ofjKentuckyKentucky Legislature by its almost unanimous vote and which is to be voted on at the next November General Election at 1909 by the voters olKentucky is as follows towit The credit of the Commonwealth maybe given pledged or loaned to any county of the Com monwealth for public road purposes and any county maybe permitted to incur an indebtedness in any amount fixed by the- county not in excess of five per centum of the value of the taxable property therein for public road purpose in said county provided said additional indebtness is submitted to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection at a special election held for said purpose in such manner as may be provided by law and when any such indebtedness is incurred by any county 0may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed under Section i s7 of the Constitution of Kentucky an amount not ex ceediug twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of paving the interest on said indebtedness and providing a sinking fund for the payment of said indebtedness Section 177 of the Constitution of Kentucky forever prohibits the State from lending its aid to or in any way helping tne counties in road building Qf taking any part whatever in behalf of the cause of good roads Section 158 of our State Constitu tion limits the power of any county to become indebted more than two per cent of the assessed valuation thus making it impossible for the greater number of our counties to raise sufficient funds to do any road building at all Section 175 of our State Consti tution pro ides that a county can not levy exceeding fifty cents onI each one hundred dollars of taxable property therein for any purpose whatever thus making it impossible for any of the counties to provide tfundcreatedo build roads As A consequence of these limita tions and restrictions of the power of the counties and also of the commonwealth of Kentucky good road building in Kentucky has been a thing of the past since the adoption of our present Constitution This Constitutional Amendment will remove these restrictions which are a barrier to the passage Hats Stetson Hats fbr r Green u k ar 1 50 2 OO t V 00tgfBS r Shirts yi Our line of shirts is the best in town We have them in all sizes from gJi I i Gold Medal Flour f We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent at 7per barrel in wood andI 85 cents per sack It is the best I flour made by anyniilt t i Order a barrel or a sack 5 vU of such a system of Road Laws by our Legislature as willenable our counties and our State and perhaps our Federal Government to join hands in this important work of building and maintaining a system of improved highways in all parts of Kentucky the ac complishment which would do so much for the advancement progress and developement of Ken tucky and mean more than allelse for the comfort convenience and improved condition ofall our people Ifthis Constitutional Amend ment receives a majority of the votes at That election then it will be possible for Kentucky to pass such a system of good road laws as are in effect in the States of New York New Jersey Connecti cut Michigan Massachusetts California and Pennsylvania and in act every other State where progress is being made in building and maintaining good roads while our own Kentucky is at a standstill If you are in favor of good roads vote arid work for the Boswell Wyatt Good Road Constitutional Amendment and lend a helping hand in making it possible for every county in our State to have the very best improved highways a The following article sent out from Frankford has appeared in all the leading daily papers of the State Someof the most interesting laundry work ever done in political linen Is being eagerly awaited in the Eleventh Congressional District as the result of the announcement of by close friends old Charles candidatejtoCongress lreadV11tosay c up prize he has held lorseveralHernisj without a struggle So V three cornered fight that will attract attention all over the State is expected when the time comes for the Republicans to make their next nomination UP SYMPATHETIC TIE Any fellowfeeling that Finley- or Powers might have for each other as the result of the cloud which both were under so long the indictments for complicity in the Goebel assassination conspiracy will nol keep either out of the scramble foi the Congressional job say friends or both men at th e Capital Both feel that the Republicans owe them something for their martyrdom and each thinks he is entitled to preferment first because he was compelled to remain in exile so long away from home to escape trial and Powers because he spent so many years in jail after his three convictions SITUATION COMPLICATEDI The situation the Eleventhj will be a rather complicated one say Eleventh District Republicans who hold office on the square now and a few are able to con jecture just how the alignment of forces will be made in a three cornered race as forecast One officeholder said today Friends of limey say that he is bejhindWhitley county and so is Railroad Commissioner A T Siler When Finley had his homecoming from Indiana after his pardon by Governor Wilson Mr isiler made aa address of welcome MACHINE AGAINST MACHINE Commissioner biler is chairman of the District Committee and is very strong Ou the other hand Congressman Edwards is in a powerful position and has a machine too which will have tube reckoned with Caleb Powers is practically on the outside you might say as tar as the organiza tion or machine is concerned His incipient boom for Congress last time did him no good and a great many of the best Republicans of the district think that he should keep as Tar from the spot light as possible And Finley also comes under this category A wAyBACK syGGESTfokr fi r Another Eleventh District office holder said when asked about the Congressional prospects in the Bloody Eleventh The best thing that Caleb towers and Charley Finley can do is to get aa farback in the m Hint ains as possible and stay there with their mouths shut and out of public sight oa TOHXaJar tatnoct LEVEL GREEN We are now uaving rain in superfluous and unlimited quanti tiesSome of the farmers haven yet finished planting corn and prospects now seem unfavorable for them to finishDr Price recently purchased 5 head yonng cattle at a handsome figureRed recently sold to D R Gentry a fine stock calf for rioo Grover Puce returned to Louisville Mon day where they put on the finishing touch in July and hand him over a sheepskin whereby he may have a right to lend sonic assistance to the undertaker but we trust however he may be able to put the undertaker out of business Miss Leila May and Mrs D E McQiiary of Plum spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs J N frown uf this place Mrs Luru Price spent Monday at Mt Veruon Cricket ONeal is one of the most progressive farmers in this vicinity never letting up for rain or what ever may come Every body here is expecting a nice time Decoration daYithe JULY 5H CENTS to make your baby strong and well A fiftycent bottle of j willchange a sickly baby to a plump romping child in summer as wellas in winter Only one cent a ythinkof itand its ns nice as cream Get a smaIl bottle now All Druggists STAN PA R P GRIND 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 the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitute Prloe GOo 3CDC I Descriptive COASTERBRAKES 0 regular introduce PUNCTURES DESCRIPTION Itislively s t5 If of vV TV set of of to to 1 to to Latest Model by us agents money Write for ands at once theairtoesape Co- rndvertisinJt IFV TIRES WAIT Trustworthy county advertise business weekh position permanent investment required Previous experience essential Spare valuable Enclose addressed envelope full ticulars CLARKE Wholesale II Dont wear Ordinary clothing itcosts more well made asb clothing you buy Shield Bran- dNOTICE effect the gar shown especially the natural and hang the coat the results designing and tailoring Shield Brand Clothing for and Boys shapely 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and McEnery of Louisiana both Democrats bore out The theory that the tarff is a local issue by advocating in extended speeches a high duty on sugar of all grades Senator Shively of Indiana in his maiden speech made a general attack on the pending tariff bill 1 7 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON K May 28 1909 1 l91Iifjb TIME TABLE 22 north 437 P m 24 north 352 a m 1 23 south 158 a it 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the AO Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL A B Furnish is in Cincinnati Atty C C Williams isin Cov ingtonA W Stewart was over from Madison Monday Miss Bettie Hicks is the guest of- Miss Jennie Davis C A Davis is located with the St Louis terminals Mrs M B Salin is in Owenton for a months visit to relatives Miss Annie Davis visited friends in Brodbead the first of the week Mrs Geo Owens wife of our i splendidmonument man is very sickMis Lula McCoy returned from school at Midway Wednesday night Mrs Margaret Grimes accompan ied Mrs G M Ballard to Rich mond yesterday Mrs Frank Angel of Maretburga is reported very sick and not expected to recover Dr P Benton is very low and cannot last but a short time without a decided change- S F Bowman reports his moth er Mrs 1 A Bowman very sick at her home at Conway W Hand W M Bullock and James Johnson spent several days in Louisville last week Roy Minks of Moreland was the guest of his cousins Misses Virginia and Annie Davis Mr and Mrs Britton of Somer set spent Sunday with their son Roy L Brittou and family Mrs Kingsolven son and daugh ter of Mt Sterling came Monday to see her brother Dr P Benton Mr J C Phillips was over from the Goochland section yesterday and reported every thing quiet in that part Mr and Mrs Holmes oi Crab Orchard spent Sunday with Mrs Holmes grandmother Mrs W M PoynterMr Martin the tobacco manufacturer was a passenger on Tuesdays train making a busines trip to the mountains Will H Fish the popular clerk in his father J Fishs Gents furnishing store was in Barbours ville and London yesterday Miss Thornton who has been so j very sick lor weeks is very much better and will soon be able 1togo to her home in Cincinnati r Ed Jones came in from New Mexico Wednesday for a few days with homefolks Ed has a splen did position as telegraph operator Geter Falin the efficient Pine Hill agent and one of our most trustworthy young men has gone to Detroit to attenti a stammering school Mrs Cleo Brown and Misses Mat and Risse Williams will tobLondon tomorrow to attend the dedication of the new Christian church They wUlbe the guests of Mrs Theo Moren while there Mrs G M Ballard who has been gradually growing worse for the past week was taken to Rich mond yesterday where she will un dergo an operat kn Gibson who came over to see her Wednes day said it would be a slight opera tion and that she would be able to return home in two weeks LOCAL The hand boys will give a play at an enrly ate Robert Taylor from Ottawa was in yesterday to see his grandmother Mrs Dies Killiou of the Maret burg sectiou died yesterday morning after an illness of several months of consumption Y W L Richards and A B Furnish have bought of A H Hamlin a farm near Level Green FOR SALEloo bales good hay at 60 cts per hundred 6213t M G FISH George Rogers is engaging lambs 60 pounds and up at 5cts for August delivery A B Furnish has sold his one half interest in the Mt Vernon Casket Co to A H Hamlin J M Craig shipped lastSatur day about 5000 pounds of wool ranging fiom 20 cts to 27 rts per pound A young man by the name of Alcorn of the East side was adjudged insane and sent to the asylum Tuesday FOR SALETwo small farms mostly in grass Will sell seperate or as a whole Plenty of fruit MODE CrAWFORD The L N will sell round trip tickets to Louisville June 2 3 and 4 limited to June 7th for 3 98 round trip account of the United Commercial Travelers ofAmeri ca Rev Z Ball of Monica Lee county will begin a protracted meeting at Rose Hill church the first Sunday in June Rev Ball who is of Scotch Irish decent is a strong and forcible speaker Brighten your home now with paint and wall raper as the season is now open and let me save you money on your painting and papering See my samples before buying 5 1431 H CLAY GENTRY Progressive business men is what jt takes to make a good town and old sore heads who are against every enterprise that starts if it touches their pocket book for 5cts is all that is needed to kill any town There were thirty five took examination for counv certificates last Friday and Saturday Thirteen made first class thirteen second cass two third class and seven failed outright J B Cummins and C B Anderson were the examiners The L N will sell round trip tickets to Louisville June 5 to 8 inclusive and for early train morning of June 9th limited to June 17th for 398 round trip account of the annual session Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine Ml Vernon is to have a brass bandwith seventeen pieces Since it will be composedalmost entirely of old band boys we ex pect to see them ready for service before many weeks Walter Mullins will be the leader and he is certainly a good man for the place If you want the town to have a good band show your interest by helping out on the expense of get ting started It is no little expense to buy the horns music etc To say yes I want to see the town have a band but not able to help is not much encouragement Mr Barhee McAt ehrmercashier of the Pine Knot Banking Co but now in charge ofa hank in Ohio and Miss Uta Hutcheson of Owenton sister of Cashier J W Hutchesop of Brodheadand Mrs M B Satin ot this place were married at the home of the bride in Owenton Wednesday Both are well known here and have many admiring friends who extend to them their heartiest congratulations The following from the Louis ville Herald is high and deserving compliment to a Mt Vernon boy who is a student at the school for the blind Louisville Spurgeon Smith partially blind and Elijah Brown totally blind of the Ken tacky School were the tars of the contests the former scoring twenty four points the latter thirteen Smiths record of 19 feet 10 inches in the running board jump 300 feet 8 inches in the baseball throw 30 feet i inch in the three con secutive jumps besides his magnificent time in the dashes make him one of the best track and field men ever produced in this section of the country His team mates expect him also to win the sprinting championship of Kentucky and Indiana when he meets all of the cracks of the two States in the Blind School meet next Saturday Smith is also a football player of ability and was a great aid to the Blind School team last faJ1 I OI pO OO O O A MAN IS NO OLDER THAN HEL W T 1 STRAW HATS ARE READY FOR YOU 50 cents to 3 00 WANTED Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping for man and wife EDWARD FENNEY care W H Forbes Mt Vernon Kv The Summer School of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond opens June 8 and con tinues six weeks an attractive announcement has been published which gives in detail the extensive courses offered during the session Copies of this announcement may be had on application Mr Cecil Williams of Somerset Ky editor of Somerset Times is in the city Mr Williams said to a Herald reporter last night that he was a candidate for secretary of the Democratic headquarters to be es tablished in the State Mr Williams is in the city to see Senator Combs and other prominent Democrats and was a caller at Democratic headquarters yesterday afternoon Lexington Herald Next week will be the closing exercises of the Brown Memorial school A splendid program has been arranged for the week which appears elsewhere in this issue This has beeu a most successful year under the guidance ot Miss McCord the principal ably assist ed by her splendid corps of teachers Miss McCord seems in every particular the right one for the place asis most forcibly demon strated by the unusual satisfaction of both patrons and pupi- lsBIt01HEAD John E Evans is a home after an extended trip through Easter- nKentuckvMr Larkin Hicks of j this place and Mrs Sallie Ramsey of Bee Lick were united in the bonds of matrintony at the home of the latter on Thursday last They have returned to this place where homei Heres m a lite Miss Elizabeth Tharp entertained quite a number of young folks Monday night IMisses Clyde and Mattie Wilmot are visiting at Williamsburg and Knoxville this weekMrs J W jHutcbeson spent Saturday last ji TO i 1 LiC MEN Q r Stay younglook youngdress young Our clothes are the key to youth for all ages They are all good quality And you cant 4 findanything in our stock but what is good and serviceablect SPRING SUITS I 1Oto2O t 1TOMOTHERS rW ofiWe are showing the very fnest Knickerbocker Suits in this part the country for your boys They come in Brown Gray 1 Fancy stripes and Blue Serge Prices from 2 to 650 GIVE USA CALL f iMT VERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER ALL AROUND THE CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE l PHONE 77 OO 3 OC 3 ot Qtbco q OQ J OG v Qf at Harrodsburg shopping Miss Clyde Watson is spending this week with parents She will returu to Brown Memorial School to take part in the commencement exercise June3rdMrs H H Hutcheson of Burnside is the guests of Dr W E Gravely and family Miss Cora Sigmon is visiting in Corbin Charlev Pike has been spending several days at home he returned today accompanied by his sister Rose who will spend several weeks visiting in Corbin Jellico and other pointsBorn to Mrs Dollie Car nelius who was Miss Dollie Jarrett a fine boy Their home is at Durango ColoR E Al bright and J M Ballard were in Stanford and Lancaster Monday J Thos Cherry is in Lexington attending commencement at Camp dissEthelgraduatingclassLrV1N H S T 0 N Joseph Magee and wife of Crab Orchard arevisiiing H D Magee and Henry BrowningAndyK- incer of London was here Sun day to see his best girl Come again Andy Mrs B H Cum mins and Mrs Gran Cummins of the Wabd section has been visiting Mrs Jams Mullins Rev Jamer son filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Miss Lula Gentry of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs T J Pennington Miss Ethel Hays is visiting Mrs Ed Quin at Paris- J T Chuning stuck a nail in his hand several days ago and it is giving him lots of troubleJ- B Pike and son have moved their stock of goods home and it is supposed that the drug store will be moved in to the house vacated by Mr PikeRev AJ Pike of Brodhead was here between trains MondayJ A Mullins of LaFoettTenn is here this week fishingThomas Argenbright of Ettawah Tenn is here on a fishing tripG S Gadd an invalidwho has been down for about two years with nervous prostration worseSome one undertook to break into H L Delpjis store Friday night They were frighten ed away by Delph shooting three holes tbrough the door The sooner such people are caught the better for the townGeorge Mounce of Middlesborough is visiting his father Allen Mounce Bill Owens and Jacob Elder the sweet singers of the Big Glades were here from Friday until Sunday Miss Lyda Cook who has been with her aunt Mrs G M Ballard while sDe was so low has returned home Every Sunday morning we can hear three church bells tolling calling one and all to three different Sundayschcols and prayer meeting at two of the churches once a week and the Christian Endeavor meets every Sunday nightJohn Baker of Berea has moved back to Living stoneHe says there is no place andtstepson Fred Jackson of Louis ville are visiting the family of A Pennington Mr Turner has been in the lumber business for a number of year and will probably be the running mate with Dan H Russell on the Democratic ticket for Sheriff of Jefferson county this faltMiss Bettie Pennington who has been attending school at Mt Vernon has returned home Charley Whitehead the druggist will leave on a fishing trip today Dr R G Webb was called to see a little boy of Mr and Mrs Andv Bullock Tuesday whicn was very sick but some better now J W Mink of Paris is visiting weekwfVfHp Kirkland has moved into- oueoE Bowman Cockrell houses vacated by Mr Kirkland John R Carter is having his house repaired and building a stone chimney Mrs 0 R Foley left yesterday for Middlesboro for a few days visitMrs C J Quinn and children ark in Louisville this week DrW J Chidress will leave on Tuesdayfor a visit to Oklahoma and other parts and will be gone about three weeks We regret to give him up for this short space of timeMrs Will Ward has returned trom a visit to Berea where she has been for the past week I The Doctors First Question How are your bowels This is generally the first ques v tion the doctor asks He knows what a sluggish liver cornmeansplaints result from constipation He knows that bilious attacks indigestion impure blood and general- debility are often promptly relieved by a good liver pill We wish you would talk with your own doctor about this subject Ask him at the same time if he approves of Ayers Pills Do as he says J C Auer Co Law Mass rui The prediction that immigration will send the populaton of the Uni ted States up to 200000000 in the next fifty years brought out a heated debate in the Northern Assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Denver where Bennett of New York a commisl sioner to the assembly Dr McEwan of Pittsburg Dr Charles Thompson D D of New York secretary to the board of missions and others participated If you want to feel well look well and be well take Foley Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and bladder purifies the blood and restores health and strength Pleasant to take and contains no harmful drugs Nhy not commence toda C C Davis TAKEN UpOne male hog black weight about 60 lbs Also onesow black aid white spotted weight about loo Ibs Owner may have same by paying all damages G S LIVESAY May 1431 Wabd Ky CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- lttgxature 4of That Laura Bnnn Clark is the legal wife of the Rev E E David son former pastor of the First Christian church at Washington Ind was decided by Judge Hough ton in the County Court at that place Miss Clark alleged that Davidson and she were secretly married in St Louis by a private contract drawn up by the preacher Soon after publication of the charge Davidson left OASXOElxaBeue the Signature oof DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills small gentle and sure Sold bv Chas C Davis r GRAPES from their most health ful properties give ROYAL its active and ingredient 10YAIrl 1 Bakfn9PoJYder hrIt is economy to use Royal Baking Powdtri It saves labor health and money Where the best food is requiredno other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder 1 d Eat What I You want of the food you need Kodol will digest it You need a sufficient amount of 5I good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it is weak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a suffic lent amount of food regularly digestedrand it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do It you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol di gest the food- Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak itneeds help you must help it by giving it rest and Kodol will do that foe He over the for 25c by for for by and say for 25c 50c by Our Guarantee Go and a and you can honestly say you did not any from the the will you We will pay the druggist the the purchased by you This the and but one in We not to such positively will do for you It 2 the the laboratories of Co Chicago Sold by CHAS 3rIf Convenience of the Savings Account ed iManyrately Small amounts may be at any A savings offers a profitable to realize on funds are idle awaiting investment You withdraw a part or the entire amount at any a determination to save you are always Why not to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive amounts f regularf V you call at the 8 THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY 33830 3cE r i WANTED wEggs Poultry and all kinds of Producer Vernon Every Monday WILL PAY DASH Headquarters at Lancaster Ky W B GOTT D CO 33fr r KILLS TO STOP THE FIEND The worst tor 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin was a running ulcer doctors 4000 00 without benefit Then Bucklens Arnica Salve killed ulcer and him Cures FeverSores Boils Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns at Davis Twelve Indiana counties will vote on local option June 9 Monroe county will vote on day and Madison Owen Crawford Laporte Floyd Harrison Boone Porter Lagrange and Clark will quickly follow originalCarbolized must be sure it is DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is good cuts burns and bruises and especially good piles Refuse substitutes Sold Chas Davis A careful alwqxskeep wi Ii 0BALLARD0 SNOW LINIMENTA SoresSpraIisj Bunions all Ills SHE KNOWS Mrs H Hunyon Stan mite I have used Snow tand cantenough itfor Rheu matism and all pains It tohaveSizes 100 CoST Sold and Recommended CHAS DAVIS to your druggist today purchase dollar bottle if that receive benefits it after using entire bottle drug gist refund your money to without question or delay price of bottle offer applies to large bottle only to a family could afford make an offer unless we knew what Kodol would bankrupt us The dollar bottle contains times as much as fifty cent bottle is made at E C DeWitt C DAVIS f added time account means that may time With 1 welcome here lend your money I such will bank Q G CD At Mt Mich paid cured Felons Chas C Tues Ripley is C U Linime is Three Bal C Rr- r Kodol SIDI 42336 s This Percheron Stallion will make the season of iQog at the Adams livery stable He was im ported from France in September 1907 and has a fine blood as can be bred into a horse by the French 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 pounds PEDIGREEFolded April 15 1904 Bred uy M Brounard commune of Berdhuis Couton of of Orne Sired INocelDepartment dam Rosalie 40513 2nd dam Saus Souctl 34864 she by Petite Caporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 she by Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Fovori 12874 5th 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 In order to thoroughly introduce this horse he will be allowed to serve mares at 1000 for this season to insure a living colt Season money due if mare is traded after mare is bred All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C ADAMS Apr 16th 3t Mt Vernon Ky REV 1 W WILLIAMSONS LETTER Rev I W Williamson Huntington W Va writes Thisistto certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to saYthat it will do all that you claim for it Foleys Kidney Remeey has reatored health and strength to thousands of weak run down people Contains no harm ful drugsand is pleasant to take Sold by Chas C Davit 04S TonIABears theThlaSignat11re fI tf 2 KENTUCKY FAIR PATES Stanford July 313 days Hebderson July 275 days Georgetown July 25 days Madisonville August 35 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days- Taylorsville August 104 days Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfieldj August i74 dn Barboursville August 183 UKODI1EAD August i83 Shephergdsville Aug 183 days Ewing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug245 days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 25 4 days Florence Aug 253 days Fraokford Aug 313 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek iiept 14 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept g4 days KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPT 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford October 12 days Many weak nervous women have been restored to health by Foleys Kidney Remedy as it stimulates the kidneys so they will eliminate the waste matter from the blood Impurities depress the nerves causing nervous exhaustion and other ailments Commence today and you will soon be well Pleasant to take Chas C Davis Not a wheel turned on the Georgir Railroad Monday the road being paralyzed by the fire mens strike The management announced that it had the trains and the men and would give service whenever the State furnished protection WONT SLIGHT A GOOD FRIEND- If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Every one who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemor rhage Cronp LaGrippe Sore Throat pain in chest or luugs its supreme soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis The Venezuelan Congress which reassembles Sunday for the first time under the administration of President Gomez will consider a liberal revision of the constitution and a series of laws modifying the position of foreigners in the republic CASXOBXAilea theThe KM Bigaaturo zIof A CARD This is to certify that all druggist are authorised to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Chas C Davis WhySuffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these Pills and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they A4IfeWjweeks Yt1 heard an old lady was 1 went to see her She was down with LaGrippe and nearly crazy with awful backache 1 gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them again Last winter my pluerisyonbothdied if It hadnt been for the Pills In less than half an hour he was sweating and went to bed and sleptMRS WEBBAustlnburg AntiPaInonlyIfMiles Medical Co EJlkhart Ind i TOGO This premium saddle stallion will make the season of 1909 at the stable ofG B Lawrence in Mt Vernon Ky Togo is a dark lrongray horse 3 years old 15 hands high and weighs 960 lbs A perfect model with great style action arseed Togo was sired by Preston uo925 he by Wash u g ton uo54 he by Cromwell no 73 Dam a Denmark mare Togo tt li tu ki she prt eiI se ts tiI5 0 to msirt a Iwm cult Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forleit the insim nee andmoney is due at the time uch transaction G B LAWRENCE 4tMt Vernon Ky Everybody is likely to have kidney and bladder In fact nearly everybody has some trouble of this kind That is the reason why you so often have pain in the back and groin scalding sensation urinary disorders etcthats your kidneys The best thing to do is to get some of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away Take them for a few days or a week or so aud you will feel all right In this way too you will ward off dangerous and possibly serious ailments They are perfectly harmless and are not only antiseptic but allay pain quickly by their healing properties Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by Chas C Davis London England has abcut completed prepartions to wecome this week leading scientists from every corner of the earth They are coming for the seventh Inter national Congress of Applied Chemistry the first meeting of which was held Wednesday and will continue for a week The American contingent will number upward of 100 men eminent in chemistry Hoarseness bronchitis and other throat tr5uble are quicky cured by Folevs Honey and Tar as it soothes and heals the inflamed throat and bronchial tubes and the most obstinate cough diaappears Insist upon hcving the genuine Eoleys Honey and Tar Mrs Dave Cozine wife of a blacksmith at Frankford becoming tired of life ended her existance Monday by asphyxiation Mrs Cozine kept a boardinghouse KBLLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew OUCHS PRICE 100 II FreeIGUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED WACarson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky v Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer of and DEALER in and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEOPWENS Propiv j PONGO The farmers are very busy in this part hoeing corn There has been so much wet weather they are behind with their workBorn to the wife of A W Norton a fine baby boyMrs Mize who has been suffering so long with cancer is no better but gets worse all tht time There wilt be a dedicatioi at Walnut Grove May 3Oth 1htre till be free dinner tor all Dr Owens lost his horse a few oas ago vlr Ingram Renner who has been suffering so long with dropsy is worseThere will be several weddings in the near future but we will give no names at the resentV Aaod J M Minks are on a business trip to Knoxville this wekThe primary went off quiet at Walnut Grove There will be Sunday sciopl at Walnut Grove every Sunday If you desire a clear complexion take Foleys Oriuo Laxative for constipation and liver trouble as it will stimulate these organs and thoroughly cleanse your system which is what everyone needs in the spring in order to feel well Sold bv Chas C Davis The Presidents public engage ments this week provide for his attendance at the fifth annual meeting of the Associated Western Yale Clubs atTPittsburg ou Silur day The meeting will open to day and the President has arranged to be present all day tomorrow and to sneak at the banquet at night S iturdays events include a visit to the Allegheny Country Club at Sewickley a suburb where there will be a luncheson and sports including ame nf baseball DeWitia jnnc lay Risers the famous little liver pills small gentle and sure Sold by Chas C Davir Howard University situated on the outskirts of Washington and which is devoted to the higher education of the colored race had as its commencement speaker this year President Taft The exer cises were held Wednesday w BUY YOUR 1 WOOL J Feathers tGolden Seal 0 are Dealers than agents or Reference an Write for ping M tags We MYERSalsoe t 229 E Market M L Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R WDYCHEDENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed rodhead Marbe Work BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY lt OFFICE On 2rd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No So dO McCLftR Y IMRTAKEB and EMMLWII Stanford Ky The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and Avhicli has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per L ftsonal supervision since its infancy I 4SK Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ofiInfants and Children Experience against Experim- entWhet t is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUSME CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of yJ X o I The Kind You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years New rI SPRING SA SOur Spring Shoes are in and we want you to come in and inspect our line WeLave everything in Men Women and Childrens LOW CUTS that you could wish for Come in and let us show you how we can save you money not only on shoes but everything else J McKENZIESONf Phone 93 x 4 r 10 =ij rc Yon Cant fio Wrong WHEN YOU GO TO Aa C1 Hiatts Store I He has ont of the most comst comple lines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also ADDS TSIMMDD HATS Bring your produce and get the highes market price 1A C HI ATT HIATTKENTUCKY w1 Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit ithas been to them Try it donft experiment use this reliable ofttried medicine TAKE CARDUItM The Womans Tonic Sirs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cfardui and afterward ote ell was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not had sliortnvess of breath tryingCarduiTry Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES f r-