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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sue P wr Pl his h ed Every Friqayj= VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON RQCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 1911 NUMBER 32 AFRATSUIT- A Frat Suit is all wool of course but that is only com mon honesty What will count with you is the commanding and compelling grace OUR DETERMINATION is to get into the clothing business more than ever before so we are Ifshowingyou buyfrom us once you will again A GUARANTEE goes with every suit XIF YOU ARE THINKING OF I FOOTWEAR READ W If you have a craving for footwear elegance the SELBY SHOE CO has outdone itself in superiority style and f workmanship We never thought that any company could t put out such shoes at the price You will buy from us f evenluajly why not now J f 200 350i WOMENS HIGHCLASS TAILOR x ORED GARMENTS We have worked painstakingly and hard to make this a value giving event of its kind You can not appreciate the Q Igreat values we offer until you make a thorough examination of this line Fine Shirt Waists 50c to 225 Black Cambrlek PetticoatsSQeto Si Silk Petticoats 350 to S5 Queen Skirts in Voils Panamas and fancy Grays and Browns made up in the very latest style or any way you want them Come in and give this line a look Its Ia pleasure for us to show you through f SUTTONN McBEE KYruJ 3 i IL L uu1 inL5 WILLIAM ADDAMS Candidate for Governor favors 1 Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools better schools and better pay foj the teachers in order to insure competency and such a system of schools as will insure equal op portunity to all children r 2 Constitutional revision of the tax laws 3All legislation necessary to bring the roads of Kentucky to the highest state of efficiency 4State bank inspection 5 Bringing the militia up to the highest standarJjpffifFiciency and freeing same from politics rry w 6 Organization and cooperation between farmers as well as among other laboring men whether they labor in the field factory store or wherever wage is earned 7Such legislation as would improve the relation between capital and labo- r8The strict enforcement of that portion of Article Gof the Constitution of the United States which reads as follows No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust 9Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people IOThe strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books I Democratic Primary Election Saturday July 1st 1911 LIYlNGSTOiN Dr R G Webb has sold his house and lot to C A Blanford and the Doctor has moved his of ficeinto the Masonic building Mrs H D Magee has returned from Louisville She was accom parried home b her mother Mrs A N Beutley The largest tide that has been in Rockckastle river for some time was Sunday night The Ford Lumber Co got about 2600 10gs0 D Bryant freight Vernonff see Mrs J E Fortuey whois very SICK Judge HD Mageeiwas in Loti isville Saturdayj W Baker has moved his family to Mt Vernon t Marion Hamlin is clerking in his fathers store here John Marler of the Sand Spring section has been here several days Ye had the pleasure of shaking the hand of Judge Williams Saturday and also the priviledge of seeing his beauti fpl wile The Judge says he likes his new location and isdoing well He has lots of warm frndt1n the county who aregl ato1eiith9his successFred Owens of Mt Ver non is here painting the wobdwork- of the Masonic hallEgbert Heard i of London is here working a few days in the absence of C P Re noldsL G Falin was itu Mt Vernon Saturday Mrs rheo Grates is very sick Uncle George Pope remains about the sameMrs WD Met imee of Paris has been with her parents Mr and Mrs George Pope fora few days rT J Penn ington hasbeen on tue sick list for a few ayspr RG Webb and C A BJanford were in Mt Ver non TuesdayiER p Eerabndsi rm App Taylor and others attended a lecture in Lexington Monday night and report a delightful time Race Johnson will move his fam ilv back to Lebanon Junction in a fewdaysEdWoodaU the Lou don salesman was in our town TuesdavJ PE Drummond is having a new fence placed in front of his residenceMrs H W Rice who has been very sick is some better The Ford Lumber Co will start their mill in a few days as they have lots 61 togsMr and Mrs A W Bourne have re turned from Parksville where they have been visiting Mrs Bournes parents Mr E F Bourne wireless operaloris visiting his brother AW Bourne of this place He will leave Tuesday for annother cruise fdr Europe and other foreign countries Say Mr Editor We have been search ing for an almanac that wll hit the weather and the Ladies Birthday almanac said it would be fair and warmerand here we areitf the grip of dogwood winter So we believe we will lay our almanac aside and take the weather as it comesMrs T J Pennington and little son Arthur are visiting relatives in Mt VernonWe learned the other day the reason W M Hicks badJaeen a candidate for matrimo ny so long and was single He has thatSb s4ttin fault bashful ness So we will say to anyone of the fair sex that want to get married just broach the su oject to him and the battle is won Hicks- has a great dea10f this worlds goods and will make a kind and loving husband Mr and Mrs William Saras have gone to house keeping in oneofMrs Sue Mull ms houses on Main StreetNo Corn planted yet but we ihiok that t 3eD c9 MyStock is Complete i p Furniture Ranges CARPETS RUGS MATTING OIL r CLOTH AND LACE CURTAINS j COFFINS AND CASKETS rAND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHAN DISE TO SUIT ALL MY PRICES ARE LOW R Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received ao Yours for Low Prices L HDAVIS-S LIVINGSTON KY neGIG3 X farmers will get a move on them yet as it is getting high time it was in the groundWe see where Judge L W Belhurum is spoken of as a candidate for a State office Now we have this to say as we have said before Judge Betburum has made a splendid Judge and one which the people are proud of and which is an honor to any county and one we think as much of as any one could but you know we are a Democrat and prefer to see the offices divided between the members of our political faith This may not sound right but never the less it is DemocraticDr- Green the tooth carpenter of London will be here one day out of the week at the Masonic building Atty J W Brown of Mt Vernon was here Wednesday en gineering some papers for Dr R G Webb and C A Blanford Judge and MisJoe Magee of Crab Orchard are visiting relatives Here Judge H D Magee and Mrs J H Browning- COUNTY ORGANIZER AND MANAGER WANTED A leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires a reliable white man to take charge of its work in this county to introduce the orde so licit members collect monthly dues organize lodges appoint and manage subagents and soon No previous experience is needed as we will teach you how to oper ate This is a splendid opportunity for a good man with liberal paI and chance of promotion Devote spare time at start with- whole time later on Weil known man wanted strictly honest good ability one who is a hustler and will get out and push the work forward This is a great chance to become an influential leader to help your fellow man and make aCgotid in come for yourself attJie same timeaThis Society pays benefits for 1 knessaccident and death The lodges have grand ritualistic work strictly particularNo new and uptodate in every i Order like it was ever started Over 65006 g already issued an r MemhershipsI fast Q Write immediately for further particular giving full information y jconfiden May 54t4 Kentucky Is there any thing in all this world that is of more importance to ymj thtib good digestion Food must be eaten to sustain life and must be digested and converted into Wood Whoa the digestion fans the whole 4x dy suffers Chamberlj aa Tablets are a rational and reliable cure for in digestion They increase the flow of bile purify thebiood strengthen the stomach sndtoneup the who e digestive apparatus to natural an healthy action For aateby Chris C Dv 4Ir 1 i1 IWEUSE e r Established 1887 Stoves LINOLEUMS DANIEL BOONS AXLE GREASE I And dont have to grease but once a week Made Jn Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO- r ttttttttttttttt ttttttttttt tttttt sw w Stop and Think M E = E Do you know a single successful business rq Eman who does not do business through a bank E It is the only road to success so join the s Eprocession to the Peoples Bank 3 E Banks have been the making of more i E business men than colleges You may be too = rigEht age Hs- io= start a bank account with us M Why not begin today-w = Very truly yours 3 w EPEOPLESBANK rr B PHONE 3r wriw 111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111l11111111111111111111111111iS lY rLtY ri JV xt3z y IF IT ISNT AN EASTMAN IT ISNT A KODAK THE BESTKADAN Kr ofaThe Easy An yDaycLight way ing Pictures with the bother left out We carry a full line of KODAKS and Kodak Supplies Ask Us for a Kodak Catalog f CHASXCaDAVIS t T 1A DING DRUGGIST iPhoneS NIT VERNON KY 7 4 it Wr e LN- fo I a J ir y SI N VERNONAZ LI guj Publish d every Friday EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Advertising rates made known on ajblicaUon f MEMBER OF PRESS ASSOCIATIONKENrUCKY k JMPijiTANT changes and moaiTi cations in existing school bws of iMPiiTANT hluges and motim cations in existing school bws of Kentucky are embodied in a report to the Legislative Committee of the Kentucky Educational Associa tion While the schedule of proposed reforms is only a tentative one and is open for further development and consideration it nevertheless t contains the silent features which the Legislature will be urged to reisystem of the State The text of the report follows That the present State Board oi Examiners be abolished and ice that a State Board of Education y shall be substituted therefor con silting of sevenT members as fol lows The State Superintendent of Public Instruction chairman 1exctilcio the Attoiuey General the Commissioner of Agriculture and four professional schoolmen appointed by the State Superin tendent of Public Instruction That the County Board of Education shall have power when practicable and desirable to provide for supervisors for the rural schools REFERENDUM CLAUSE That the legislature be asked to provide legislation which will enable a county to vote upon the r proposition of bonding itself for building aud equipping school housesThat Section 4464 Kentucky Statutes Can oil edition which provides for the extension of the boundary of graded common schools be abolished and that the further establishment of independ ent graded common schools except iu cities of the first second third fourth fifth and sixth classes be shallahave voted and levied an amount of tax equal to doube the maxi- muma amount of tax which can be levied by a county board ot educa tion An efficient compulsory attendance law to be enacted 1 f That thepover toloca ie cpujvty high h6As sha bev teGtinLhr CountY jSoarit Cf Edribhtionvt t lh fthe ninimiim flium 6 of pupils required for a subdLrtrieti shall be hanged from forty t 01 thirty pupils ABOLISH StfCRET BALLOTi V That vacancies in tne office of subdistrict trustee shall he filled l y the Board of flEducationThat subdistrict trustees shall t9be electedviva voceWinstead of by the present systeui of secret bollot 7 That colored schools within the boundary of white graded schools be under the jurisdiction of the County Bord of Education and subject to the provisions Mil e Cquuly School District law bond to the State for an amount not exceeding twice the amount of bond to the State for an amount not exceeding twice the amount of money which he shall receive at any installment aJComity1000 and the maximum salary shall be 2000 and that he be required to devote his whole time and service to his professional duties and that be submit to proper supervision according to Jaw TEACHERS CKRTIFICAI ES That School Revenue Inspectors whose duties shall be similar to those of the State Inspector and Examiner be Appointed by the Slate Board of Education That teachers in the County High Schools shall hold certificates of qualification which shall be as follows State diplomas State certificates granted by the State Board of Education State University diplomas life diplomas from the Department of Education of the State University or life diplomas granted by the State Reading Circle Board shall be transferred to and conducted by the State Board of Education in stead of by the Kentucky Edu cational Association That all plans for the erection schoolhouses shall be submitted to and approved by the State Board of Education MT VERNON The census report for i9ro gives the population of Mt Vernon as 930 a gainof 120 percent over census of 1900 when the number ot inhabitants was 422 The countys population in 1890 was 9841 in 1900 it showed up 12416 and the year i9io gives a total of 14473 One ofpur old residentson looking over these figures writes this article noting changes and improvements in the old town and county during the past twenty years It is claimed the first house built in Mt Vernon was in iSro that house is yet standing long known as the Langford house now oc cupied by exsheriff R L Mc t J itFerrcu l th elevation of onrtojvn is it if feet r ife4 sea levcli railroad y ITl hrst bank was established Here in i glio ahrt the eople havirg ilUl1Ci the many conveniences ot have givenaheir patronage to Tlii extent that has established three banks Within the county and are doing a good business r schools Ire first class lOI e isthe graded school which was established lezthan two yeai vjince and the Brown Memo rialschool industrial both with rtful corp t 6l competent eachC1 ao well as principals who know the work and perform it These schools are one ot our town greatest assets Many families from out in the county have moved to- town to take advantage of the nwfwAitvVTiliw rl tiRthato- ur town boasts of a splendid N stlavnartr n scliooiahe tue our town boasts of a splendid kindergarten school where the little fellows wee tots are trained and given an early start in conduct writingIsidewalk within town limits and the town board of trustees has ordered 3000 feet more to be con structed during the summer some of which is now under way Near town is one of the largest rock crushing plants in the state the company operating it has three other plants in the county the other two being at Sparks Quarry and Mullins Station This com pany also has a sand quarry t Cluro near Sinks station from where the best hail grit sand is shipped to various points These quarries do an immense business in the stone ballast and concrete stone screenings The railroad company takes large quantities of ballast and concrete stone including screening and the company furnishes hundreds ofcars of this material to cities towns and individualsThere within town limits a fine quality potteryMclays and oat in the county are enexhaustible supply of both Our coal supply is mostly secured from local mines on coalawas ever mined During summer months this block coal is placed iu your coal house at ip cts per bushel late fall and winter for 12 cents There is fine building stone within town and out in the county are thousands of acres of the finest limestone freestone and years ago it was said all the timber was about exhausted yet there comes to Mt Vernon lots of sawed lumberties telephone poles and some tanbark Railroad express mail tele graph and telephone facilities are goodMt Vernon is the headquarters for the largest stone crushing w cn Wo PIi rW I SLZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isnt in the Price You Pay its in the pleasure r jYou get in wearing the shoes They must fit rightt srwellaslookrlaht TliJits the letlsontha18ELZ shoesj made on ibotfoiin measurement at dflf tttlfo your ftc by expert salesmen make it easy to buy shoes ntimiiid f makfit an evetydsiy joyto vear the shoes aiujr youve bought them 0 YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES f i i lid tlieres no reason you should t ge tTthat as welt Jis cithty and fit JtJs a marked feature of our SELZ line thee smart snappy stales that yoqngmel like and that older men dont object to z g fj x SELZ SHOES herefr men women and children WS GuarantaGSSIS HCmS CHAS B McKENZIEY SUOESSOR To r a w r o r wy 1 ti t a Fj 0T J cutianyin lie ecttulry inIintliiucrv s lames gems lilt iiishing grocery drugs meat market witch and jiwelry stores wholesale flour wagon nakers black sjniths 4 oler mil burned t1 summerIII watrlworkssparkling fluid is plentiful from t spriiigs arid wells in sufficient quantities The old Spout Spring at foot of first street on square north of Main street is a land tOhaeIhs u sead of further west on smoother yryitnd There are also twqdrilled WElisIwere sunk five years siuce by oUI prospectors Oil was struck but not in paying qualities A fair flow ofnatural gas found in both wells and when fired burned for da s before going out At onetime apipe line was laid iota the LivesayWell one mile west of town to lime kiln in Mu Vernon but for some reason the flow ort pressure was not great enough 16 prove of commercial value though- it was ascertained later the fault properIIn time there are in all ft nr doctors six lawyers one preacher and ten teachers Orgifnfontionsshow tip as follows Churches building threeMa sos Odd Fellows Womans club- Aid Society and Willing yorkers most all in flourishing condition The town now has five street lights with prospect of putting in mores at an early date The town has constructed one and a half miles of turnpike Has one hotel and several board ing housesjMany new buildings have been erected during past year and some extensive business houses as well beJIVernon at depot is mi feet above sea level county was formed 19 vg organized 1810 had first railroad 1868 telegraph by fj t government i862 telephone 1898 by A H Bastin aud Jas Maret Court house 1810 First legal hanging 1841 Newspaper SIGNAL 1887 County Fair Brodhead 1896 clerks office burned i87i New court house 1873 New jail 1887 The elevav thin of various points in the county is as follows Brodhead t 903 Gum Sulphur 878 Livingston 858 Maretburg 1127 Brushy Mountain in West 1635 Linville Knob near Coaway 1575 Sutton Knob in Vest 1575 The writer will say he believes that after years of citizenship in Mt Vernon he is under the impression thatits a mighty good place to live and has no desire to migrate or locate elsewbere but wishes to spend his remaining days within the limits of old Roekcastle being satisfied that no better people are found on the globe We have three announced candi dates for the nomination for the Legislature on the Republican ticket but if either are doing anything it is strictly on the qJiet It makes but little difleience to us who goes to the Legislature for whoever vhe mavbe he has our sympathy But there is a quesiun to come before the next I Legislature that will need all he- help that can he mustered up and that is the queMion of State aid for hireiithen lettiie voters of Roekcastle and Laurel act accordingly in selecting for the Representative them n who can at least promise roadstand better schools the two things which lire paramount in Kentucky and especially in the Eastern part of the State Mr candidates spsak put the people want to hear you talk Jt y J4 i i = LADIES i SWPRING house cleanh g time is here No doubt 1you wish to cheer up your rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture brighten up the old walls with i New Paper and the floors with New Rugs i T INVITE YOU Tn slt ar rT1nrktr tiuia1mcI ifnrtr from tvorinntncy tn i assortment is the largest and most complete and the assortment is the largest and most complete and the gpricesthe lowest that I have ever made f A verge Shipment of 52ugs Car 1 pets and Mattings sArwi r- edtSBMcJENZIE i v 4 THE NURriTURE MAN i iPhone H3MT VERNON KY iJo rANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G Repreities subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce R G WE s a candidate for Representative of Rov castle and Laurel counties sub ject to the action of the Republican par tyWe are authorized to announce K B Thompson As a candidate for Representative of Roekcastle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican parttJShortly before midnight Tuesday night the Hubbard Hotel owned and occupied by Sol Tipton with all its contents was destroyed by fire which was not discovered until the whole building was inflames The family barely escaped Also an adjoining cottage owned by Albert Jordi and occupied by Toe Jackson of color was destroyed but the contents saved Our read ers will remember that Joe lost his home and three children in a fire in February 1200 insurance was carried on the Hotel and 600 on the cottage whic h practically covered the lossLondcn Sentinel TRADE MORALJoan of Arc was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain adver tisement and shes dead If youve got a bargain in something advertise it to the wom en folks in this paper SUFFERED 23 YEARS Constant Sufferer From Chron Ic Catarrh Relieved by Peruna Mrs J H Bourland San Saba Texas writesFor twen- tythree years I was a con stant sufferer from chronic catarrh I had a severe mis ery and burning in the top of my head There was al most a continual dropping of mucus Into my throat which caused frequent ex pee to ration Myentlresystem became in volved and my condition MrS j Hi Bourland grew worse I had an incessant cough and frequent attacks of bilious colic from which it seQmed I could not recover My bowels also became affected causing alarming attacks of hemorrhages I tried many remedies which gave only temporary relief or no relief at all I at last tried Peruna and in three days 1 was rep lieved of the b welderangement After using five bottles I was entirely cured I most cheerfully recommend the use of J runa to any one iiimiizrly afflicted I GRANVILLE OWENS tIand Robes All 3 VI HOW ABOUT YOUR JVv DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT WHY NOT if Oti are having finy such trouble about your watch oi just turn it over to us and if ft does not run all O K it will iMcost you uotllllig1Te guarantee our work Give us a trial i We do all of soldering and repair wo- rkMOOREFRANK AT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE 8VST VERNON KY Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Mount V roon Monurnenta- WORKS 1M inufacturer ofand DEALER n Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on applications GEO9 WENS Prop1 Phone 17 POSTED Any one guilty of trespassing on my property will be prosemted to thefull Extent of the Jaw i a11Rs 11AIIALA JONES Mt Vernon Ky f1J f COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets TeleIphone i WATCH clock kinds Take One XVitt Pain Pill thentTaKe it Easy To get the best of Eackaehr Get a Bx of Milesin Otherwise Backache May get the heat of you Nothing dtstjirbs the human system more than pain whether headachebackache or the pains peculiar to women Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are a andLmen and women who have used them for years A friend was down with LaGri e backacnelhelpedherritagunMRS At alt druggists 25 doses 25 cents MLLES MEUICALCO Elkhart Ind 4 JJdA I M I VLfflUFI IG I ALI I iV1rNoN KY May5 l tlli I 79 Call up VNo 7Q when you WnntoCoaununf onto with SIGNAL 791 R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 455 p m 24 north 352 ami J 28 south 11440 ro 21 South 1219 a m lAs LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Onterflt nt the Mi Vernon Ky office as secondclass TAil matter P 1 n SON A JJ Charley Adams was over from Berea Saturday and Sunday Mrs W H Jnne of Wildie hat been very sick for a week Mr and Mrs J W Kincer were in Richmond during the week Shirley Tate and Dr R W Dyche are numbered aoning the sickMr and Mrs John Ramsey and children are with relatives at Vildie Miss Lula Reynolds of Collins ville Ohio is with Mrs C p1 Reynols Atty G M Ballard wns inI Richmond t Tuesday on lcjnL business Mr and Mrs Edgar Mullins will in theirgo to housekeeping prop erty on Jones Ave John D Miller aud Wheeler Meadows were home froin Lebanon IrL Huriucr the week upo SMrs W T Davis and son Chas L are visiting relatives in Cin c nnati and Lexington Mrs Al Holmes and Miss Bessie Holmes of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs W M Poynter Miss Mar urite Jones of Level 5rGreen left Wednesday for a few weeks stay in Oklahoma Misses Anne Tate and 1 eila Mae Loeltare in Lexington attending the State Christian Endeavor i A It Albright was up from 55Brodhead Saturday and Sunday at tending the meeting at the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins of Lebanon Jct have been here since last week with their sister Mrs C P PeynoldsS Deputy U S Marshal Frank Mullins came down yesterday and took J BG Miller to London to 55 Tanswer a whisky charge in the Eed evil Court f Mrs C P Reynolds who has Er been in poor health for some time is now at her fathers thinking the change would be perhaos be eficialConn Brown has received his degiee from the Louisville law school and returned home For the present he will be associated with his father in the practice of his chosen profession Mrs W J Sparks and MUs Mat Williams were sent as dele gates to the Federation of Womens Clubs which met in Louisville this I week Mrs J W Brown who was already in the city and who was also named as a delegate from the Tomans Club of Mt Vernon remained over for the meeting yMrs MaryE Williams accotp pariied bv Judge and Mrs R G Williams of Cpviugton arrived Saturday Mnny warm friends and relatives of Mrs Williams gathered 55a the station and gave her n warm cxlcome She looking and fling much improved rind our pebple r joice to have her back Torne again LOCALS Get busy on that sidewalk con struction Wear Fishs Guaranteed Cothes once and you will wear them always Don1 forget the County Christian Sunday School Convention will be held at Buckeye Sunday May 28th 1Mr and Mrs TA Colr man are rejoicing over the arrival of thei- r7first bbfi a fine boy christened John Alfred The mother ustd to be Miss Nell McFerroa F0RTw0 houses and a stock of General Merchandise desirableproperty Located at Li v jugstOflKy JTPNINGTON- 1JApr 28 3t Livingston Ky rii t are you doing for your IWbat Do you boost your town or knockSSee the new line ot white goods just arrived at SUTTON Me BEES tT G Anderson has made some improvements on his proper on Newcomb Ave OBryn Overalls and Fish Braud Slickers at SSUTTON MCBEES Anything oJ worth andvalue costs money and it takes money to accomplish any improvement in any line including town- s1lRTlLIZaRGO to T M Dees Livjngston when you want fertilizer It is the hest none better and few grades the equal Apr282tSAt the Picsbyterian Church next Snnday tin rning A Divine Human Partnership will be the sub ject of the Pastors sermon The evening subject will be Scientific Faith Everbody welcome Round trip ticket to Louisville for 525 May 12 and 13 limrled to Tune 9th and May i8 20 27 30 June i 3 6 8 limited to 20 days from date ofsale Also May 13111 at 4 97 limited to May T5th Acct Spring races Instead of trying to oppose and tear down the work of trustees of the Town wouldent it he a good idea to put your shoulder to the wheel and assist in the good work townrd the betterment of tin town If town b ard had accomplished nothing bevond establishing the concrete sidewalks culverts etq already down it would he a credit to its work but much more has been accomplished and more improvements still is demanded and being pushed by the hoard 2 00 additional will be paid to the boy raising the most corn bv Z EmerickAll who desire to enter the contest must register this month with Supt J W Kincer as he has io forward the names of all contestants to the Committee of Agriculture Frankfort Mrs KHz Denney aged 87- pr6bibiy tfteplclest woman in the county died yesterday at the home of Mr A C Sowder of near Leve makingIher home return from- the West last summer The burial will take place today at the family burying ground near her old homeSThe Open Meeting of the Wo mans Club of Mt Vtrnou will be held at Langdon Dormitory Friday May 5th at 8 oclock Music Miss Dodson Mrs Annie Miller Echoes of the Federation Meeting- by delegates Discussion of The Boys Scout Movement in America Rev G S Watson The Courier Journal in mention ing the annual meeting of Federa tion of Womans Club at Louisville this year says Every important city in Kentucky has its Womens Clubs and they are gradually spreading to the towns and villages In every instance these organizations are accomplishing something for the betterment of the com muuities whose interests they serve R H Caseyj a chitect was here Monday and delivered to U G Baker the plansand specifications for Mr Bakers new business jliouse on the lot where his building brirued list year It will be1 a two story brick and a handsome lUructure Mr Baker expects to let the contract for the erection the building within the next few days so that the work of building can be started at an early date The building will he much larger and a much better and nicer building than thold one 1 The iuneral of little Ralph the seven months old baby of Mr and Mrs C P Reynolds was held Sunday afternoon Rev Geo S Watson of the Presbyterian church conducted he services and spoke in words of tenderest sympathy and comfort of deepest Christian hope and promise Mrs Anna Miller sng with peculiar beauty and sweetness Welcome Home The little form was laid to rest in the family lot inour Silent City Death come with friendly care The opening bud to Heaven conveyed Cd r ndbadeitablossom there i tfjC i A JJntfforget the So premium for best kent premises this summer FORSAlihcaj one sav rfg under rpnir W M BULLOCK Apr 14 tL Hunsibrd Ky Plenty of the old reliable Horse- Shoe Fertilizer on hands 5 percent discount for cash Call qi J J SMITH orV H SOWDH- RBrodhead Kyv Any womans foot looks good in a Selby Shoe Dont fail to see the new tlifngs in suedes gun metals patent leather and tans SUTTON McBEU For rough id rcssed Iud all kind of finishing lumber mouldings sash doors porch columns and other building material wall paper and picture frames ot all sizes aiicT kinds seeR S SnIvEL Builder Contractor Apr29un Brodhead Kv If you area knocker jrist sit down and study the matter over see if there is any good insuch proceedings probably on proper deliberation you may become a booster and accomplish some good for your town your neighbor and yourself instead of being a harmful holdback and a drag to your community A short since injunction proceedings were brought by somecitizens of the town against an ordinance levying a special license tax The board of trustees through attorney filed a demurrer In Circuit Court last wtfk the demurrer was not sustained and the case comes up at next term of court This has nothing to do with town taxes proper as some have been led to believe or as to the standing of present town boprd ot trustees These questions were not in the proceedings at all J Fish hasadopted a very unique plan of advertising which is proving quite a success He is giving numbered tickets with every dollar cash purchased or pud on account good for a chance oi a Free Sewing Machine he will giveaway absolutely free to the person holding the lucky number at the drawing to be held at his store toinorrowStturday at 230 P M These tickets each bear a coupon with duplicate number and name and these coupons will be put into a box sack or something to hold them well mixed and aI little girl in the crowd will be blindfolded and will pull out any ticket she wants to If your nun ber is pulled out and YOU are in the crowd to answer with the ticket with your name written on it you get the Sewing machine freeS It seems that this is worth coming to see to aspeople dont usually have Sewing machines given them without cost Miss Fanny Hiatt the youngest daughter of Mr andMrs A C Hiatt died Monday morning at her home on West Main after an illness ofconsumpticnlasting since last September No one can explain why a yQung girl such as was Fanny Hiatt should be called from this life at fifteen She had not a thought that was not a gentle one not one that did not hold all the world in the arms of its kindliness She was sorely needed here She was the light of the eyes of a great company of relatives and friends and the light has now gone out To them she was what the sunshine is to the world aId this eclipse to them brings both darkness and chill Her funeral was pathetic beyond expression for not one as the last goodbyes were said hut what felt that a loss had been sustained for which there is no compensation May time bring its resignation rind may tie shores of eternity that receive her soulsurrouud ii with everlasting sunshine and flowers Vainly groping after the Infinite meanings we cry Why should so precious so necessary a life betaken The old old question which will never be answered till the veil of our mortal vision be rent by Immortality and we see not as now darkly but face to face Then also may we bthold the heavenly mansion whu per haps she was callednhulrerj ttus early to help prepare for berloved ot es Short but appropriate services were r conducted by Mr A C McClary at the Oak Hill church- after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near the p1d home it o await the resurrection ftJfri I SWhen yOu knock grumbled and rowl ag1nSr SOUr town it simply I drives trade away instead ofattrac I jog It The Filth Sunday meeting of the Rockcastle Baptist held with the Mu Vernon church last Sunday wasa very interesting and profitahe meeting Owing to the extremely heavy rains the crowds were small at each of the meetings Just received alarge shipment of wall paper in nil the different shades and grc1esThen you get i ready to do vour papering let us I show VOlt our stock which is located at theMk Vernon Monu mental works May 43t FKED OWKNS I Paris Sowder will move his barbershop to the Johnson bud ing Which is now being fitted up fm him He will also put in a bath tub and open a pool room in- the same building J3e expects to move to his new quarters about the 15th of the month i jdistrictsadds more to the burdens the farmers groan underthan ramshackle roads The cost of building ten miles of highway looks very big when the figures are presented in a lump but the loss of each man who uses the stretches of bogs branches creeks and sloughs which pass for roads in too many Southern States mounts UD every winter to double what the improved road would costEx SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES SOON TO BE HELD IN MT VERNONS Plans have recently been completed for a series of evangelistic meetings in the Presbyterian Church here The services will begin on Tuesday of next week and will continue each night for ten I daysTwo able men have been secured for these meetings The evangel strongIcessful pastor He is very popular with men and when he was in the Theological Seminary he was known as the best preacher to children in the institution of more than eighty students Rv C T Michel the evangelistic singer sang here recently at the meeting of Transylvania Presbytery and is favorably known to many of the Mt Vernon people He has planned to be here throughout the meetings and will sing each night- These meetings are for all people of the town and many are anticipating a season of refreshment and help The Republicans met in a massI convention in the Court Mt Vernon last Saturday and named an uninstructed delegation to attend the convention which met at Paris Wednesday to name a candidate for Railroad Commiss ion Nothing of importance was done in Saturdays convention except the naming of the 18 delegates to the Paris convention and passingof a resolution endorsing Judge Beteurum for Auditor which resolution we copy below Those who went as delegates from Rockcastle were Judge L W Bethurnm W M Bullock T J Nicelev W Kincer E R Gentry Hugh Miller E B Thompson Dee Cummins S F Bowman SThe following resolution was adopted by the convention We feel that a majority of the Republicans of Kentucky desire to support our fellow townsman and neighbor JudgeL W Bethurum for the high position of State Au litor aud recognizing his splendid qualification and fitness for tile position and further knowing hirnto he an able lawyer an eloquent and forcefql speaker an aggiessive and learless cam paigner a loyal Republican a gentleman of high character who would add great strength to the State ticket in the corning contest hereby call upon And urge him to yield to the wishes of his friends throughout Kentucky and make his announcement for the Republi can nomination for Auditor and ii be should agree to make the race we pledge him our hearts find loyal support CASTOR IA For Infants and Chz1dren- The Kind You Haw Always Bwght Bearsthek7I jSignature of Ct J i iCt J ja r = Lto TOMORROW b FREE DAY We will feature our Insured Sewing Machine tomorrow You must come and see 6fFREE Sewing MachineSOur salesmen will explain the unique improvements on this wonderful machine which make it the Simplest Fast tiand Lightest Running Machine ever maaz A few of the many interesting points you have read about in the magazines and which you will want to see are The Rotoscillo movement the greatest sewing machine Invention ever made The Automatic Shuttle Ejector The Automatic Locking drawers The Automatic Tension Release 0TheBeautiful French Leg Stand which does not show dust The Eight Sets of BailbesringaS FREE is the only Insured Sewing Machine The FREE Attachments do beautiful work Come tomorrow and See C FREB u FREE wiic INSURED IIts Dollars v U to Doughnuts you will never see a better sewing rnaching than The FREE Sewing Machine flf1 4 give away tomorrow 1 r ABSOLUTELYFREE 1 t m at our store promptly at x 230 P If you have tickets on this machine bring them dont send themtoruir store tomorrow and be ready for this draw V x ing You must be present with your ticket or it is not good If you have no tickets yet GET BUSYcome to our store day or tomorrow and get yours Ito WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU I II Look for sign the of the Fish THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES PHONE 2f II o While stretching wire Wednesday Milt Rash got his finger caught in a chain attached to the stretcher and cut it off at the first joint The Fiscal Court met Monday and accepted the judgment of the Court for 600 damage in the suitor VD Livesay for right ofway for the pikeAs soon as a profile is made bids for the construction will be received and the contract let There is no further any ques ti m about whether it will be a go or not THE PIKE WILLS wBE BUILT and it will be completed before October 191 I Mikes Home Baking E- asyQ014 tlAKI11- POWDER G- Abohltely Put JjIHI M- 1IIRolllf wr 0ti ot Tartar lI11 lllt IIIlIMEPHDSPHAi Children Uiy FOR FLETCHERS eA ro Rr it I THE TUB OHIY i11IACHIRE wIchwewiIl M Look If r iheI of theJ FARMERS I INSURE YOUR HOMES A A I3i FIRE LIGHTNING AND WINE WITH THE HOME t J1 OP NEW YORKr THE STRONGEST BEST Vhen a fire occurs the assured naturally wants his money assoon as JossibleTj111 twelve yetis itt the business our record showsjMt every loss sustained by our agency has been adjustedarid paid iu less than 25 lays We write farni buildings on installments or casl plnn ic1iitv a gbocLhouso yow want it insure dropjisa ppstalifxud weill caJLatonce to geejout Illff J1fALBRIGHT JJgni V till Mt Vernon Kyi t t m eettiafa trS T FI = t n Bad Spells ccI suffered during girlhood from womanly weakness write Mrs Mollie Navy of Walnut N C At last I was almost bedridden and had to give up We had three doctors All the time I was getting worse I had bad spells that lasted from 7 to 28 days In one week after I gave Cardui a trial I could eat sleep and joke as well as anybody In 8 weeks I was well I had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me when everything else failed I Ie TAKE ARDUI The- WomansTonic fr 4 If you are weak and ailing think what it would mean S to you to recover as quickly as Mrs Navy did For more than 50 years this purely vegetable tonic remedy for women has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers They found it of real value in relieving their aches and F I pains Why suffer longer A remedy that has relieved and helped so many is ready at the nearest drug store for use at once by you Try it today Write to Ladies Advisory Dept ChaHanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn lot Sftctal Instructions xiA 64paje book Home Treatment for Women sent free 57 l jT1ti 11nnnfntHfHtnnnntntHntHnnHntnnnn lt T tIERNUN DjISKET CD UNDERTAKERS == FUNERAL =DIRECTORSAND lEBM1MlRS- I II Illi MgTALIC CASKETS = CoffinsjimdjRobes = p = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of =work for the company = EOrdes by wire promptly tIlled Hearse sent to all points = GEORGE OWENS Manager 3Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 111111 11111l 11111111111111111111111111 1J1111111111111111111111il111111 b6nnn ntn nnn E 1t nnn5 nnU A Home Institution U E This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle = t lt funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your check It is very simpe convenient and safe Call aiid we personalII =plain the many alvahta es of a checking account You i Ehave a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check t nwill be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If car =try it in your pocket or it at home it may be lost or =Come in and let us talk these matters over with you stolenIII THE BANK MT VERNON mINCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY JII 1 11il 111111 i1111 111iii lil111 111 ll = 7 ttrri UNOS TAKBJaiJ RaW DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St CroWn and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNHYATIAW MT VERNON KY 1 OFFICE On and floor o The Bank otMt Vernon on Churchi street Special attention given to collections Phone No 8nor The constitutionality the commission form of Government in Kentucky was upheld in a de cision ofthe Court of App als banded down at Fianklort Mon I day J The Finance Committee of the United States Senate began bear sinfts Tuesday on the Canadian r itybi1lwhich probably HviH ektend until Mwy 13 t Sick headache results from a L r disordered condtiovi rf the somach- a1d anbe cured bit 1e ure of r J Chamberlains Stomach ardTJrer Tablets Try it For sale by 1icP Y iloO I PRACTICAL Mt Vernon Ity = COUCH will you leave OF Our line of Couch CaskefsUU fHmdmade fthe IffIIW T FRANCIS DentistMt Home and office in the late rosirtoncft Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vornon By repnest the unfinished work contracted Dr Myers will be completed by Dr Flan cis without extra charge He is prepared 10 do anthinginthe dental line Ci own and Bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed iTuesdaJ C McCLRYUND- EAJAKER aDd EMIIAIMER Stanford RAT esoperatedr5Cdby W R ThdmpsQh president of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange- 1luncie JLnd voted for a return of the licensed saloon byfarrM prjty D e1f 2 iii i r JhomTlieSheibySthtinel Fn igzxAddarisI lie vts that if Senator McOreary gets the Gubernatorial nomination the chances of his parlys success wiV be in doubt Is it not the par of wisdom therefore for hurt bring1the isIner in his hands and he will give you tit hope and enthusiasm that must kuat us all winners A few weeks since we were left floundering feeling that there were nous to make an active fight to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomina tion but since the manly stand and cleancut statement of Mr Addams our doubts are at last thrown aside and hope has taken the place of our doubts in bur party success There be times when our dark est periods are just before the dawn and Democracy in Ken lucky appears to have passed through them From now on every one should feel with such a man as Addams to lead that success must surely come Mr Addams has a number of relatives and friends inOld Shelby and though this county is in Mr McCrearys district yet it can be turned to the Harrison county man who can latd the pasty triumphant in November Let us stop our prtj bickerings Addaras is a man we can unite ipon fwd lii us nil therefore get together and be for Addams Let the party slogan heIPDrty success and Mr Addams will he elected He is the man of the hour the man you want the man you need the man you must have Addatnsr Addam So say we all Addams Adv STOEWALL JACKSON Stonewall Jackson was sired hv Leoi Stonewall he hv Stonewall Jackson Jr he by Stonewall Jack son 72 he by Washington Den mark 10 he by Washington Impor ter Stonewall Jackson s 1St dam ired by John G Carlisle and a bright chesnut sorrel 16 hands high and a model of superior style and was sired by Senator Black borne he by Dillard Dudley he bv John Dillon the sire of the dam of Phil Thompson 216M Essie 2284 Oleaf 222 iMcLeod 2 H t4 Syenic 229 Membsion Archie 224 R T C 223 Wick 226 Wild Rake 3 ears old 2224 John Dil lard was sired by Indian Chief he bv imported Chief John G Car lisles dam Blue leans 2nd dam a race mare Stonewalls 2nd dam by General Grant 3rd dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 This five gaited harness and sad dIe stallion will make the season ot 1911 at my barn at Brodhead Ky at8 to insure a living colt Season money is due when mare is sold or parted with or bred to other stock A ien is retained on all colts till season is paid See this horse before you book your mares JACK I willalso at the same place stand the Mode Crawford Jack Bill Walker at 5 to insnie a liv Residence No 24 DICK ALDBISHT BRODHEAD KY ALLEN QUARTERMANE My horse Allen Quartermane will be at T N Noes stable one mile west of Mt Vernon every Wednesday and Saturday and the rest of the time win be at my stable near Brodhead He will make the season of 1911 at 800 to insure a living colt MODE CRAWFORD apr28tf Brodhead Ky jyjjA Sure enoughsaddle stallion will make the easQPof19II at qiy barn one hall utile north of Wildie Kya 800 to insure a livjfrig colt J Boyd is a dark brown color 10 hands high 5 years old sired by LynnBofdby Cfibbeirs Lexington F S he hyBloodsBlamonts Black Hawk he by Sher man ifidwan he by JustiCE M- organI Dam Anna Roona a most excellent ssddle more sired by a son r Jim J Boyd without doubt is the best saddle stallion in Rockcastle Coun- tyJQH1SIBARKES My splendid young Jack ID rsoJdXitIerea limited number of mares atfio to insure a living colt W H lON mIS WILpIE KY The Hon K Ruse Ol Wilt tamjsbnrp who was a candidate for the Kepuhl icnn nomination fcr rnrn Jt venllhs liton d s rjct against J B 11Iinnonnced as an independent c didate for Circuit J udgein h TCnoxWhitley district aiiiat Flem 13 Sampson of Barboursville- the Republican nominee Rose is a brotuerinlaw Cale Power while Sampson is Calebs law partner The outcome of the fight will bewatched with interest to see in which csmp Caleb will he fiKltthi 4yheu the finish comes Judge George P Johnson of Wilt lamsbnrg is also an inclep indent candidate for the judgeship Pinevjlie Sun Now is the time to gel rid of tour rheumatism You will find Chamberlaius Liniment wonder tully effective One application wil convince yon of its merits Try it For sale by Chas C Davis OryFSR OA r rnRIAI I 1 This Particular Brand IforParticular Dressers it is true that fine clothes do not make fine men the welldressed man wilt always command atten tion When you buy Shield Brand Clothing I yoa are certain to get a cot- ifi rect fit and plenty quality in arei1Give us a trial and be convinced J H BRANAMAN WlkSIS KY This irkof Quality Lion every I coat collar SILVER DARE Five years old 16 hands high a Mahogony bay sired by the great Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chester Dare No 10 he by Black Squir rel No 58 he by Black Eagle No 154 he by King William No 67 he by Washington Denmark No 64 he by Gains Denmark No 6t Silver Dares first danfis by Sil ver King he by Ontime No 745 he by Stonewall Jackson No 72 he by Washington Denmark No 64 This beautitul young stallion is a combined horse is a fine harness horse is a nice smooth run and walker and could be made a fine gaited horse He has proven him vxC self a great breeder Colts come with good size style and action and most all saddle His colts won a number of first prizes at Brodhead Fair last season This horse will mae the season of igi iat my stable mile of Hiatt Postprfice at 10 to insure a Irving colt Season money btcomes due wizen colt comes or mare sold or parted with Pasture for mares at reasonable price and will give them my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes See this horse before breeditfg your mares JACK 11 1 will at the same time and place stand a good jack five year old black with white points 14 hand high anda good breeder 666 Tot horse colt 800 for mare IiPhone in Residence HIAT1KY mr3 ti jZ t ii1 T BItOIIIEMI Tbr play criren lat iriciay ZHght- hy the Rrodhead traded School was quite a success Flank Ward left Suruav fur Kist Bernstadt where he willvisit relaives Miss Nannie lcVhorcer visited her parents at Berta S mtrdav aid Sunday Mrs L B Cable is can sideraby improved Mr and Mrs Ben Eberhart and Miss Maxwell of Mt Vernon attended the play given byo the Brodhead Graded School last Friday JiightA E Albright attended the Baptist Sunday SckooK Convention at It Vernon last Saturday and Sunday Rev Rogers uf Louisville Slitd his appointment at the Christian church last Sunday Rev T C Duke lecturedat the Baplist church Sunday night Mr and Mrs A M Hiatt at FannieiEd Newland and children are visiting in Lowell and Richmond Will Fish ot Mt Vernon was in town FridayBorn to Mr and Mrs J E Evans on Monday a floe girlMrs Judith Cbes nl1tI is very sick Charles Soard been verv sick for several days with measles isM 0 d of Crab Orchard is visiting r Lou Tate Judith McCall Katie Price and Owen Cass visited Guy Roberts at Gum Sulphur WednesdayJohnN- ewland and children of Lebanon Junction visited relatives here first 101 the weelR L Smith is attending the M W A meeting at Bowling GreenVilliard H i1tol1I of Stanford visited his aunt r thisweekMrJjC the funeral of Miss Fannie Hiat- tTuesdayRoy Robins has return ed afer spending several months at the Spitler Saniloritim but will leave soon for TexasMrs Peach Adams and children are visitinir in Ben LickDrack Durham is tele graphing at Hemp this week HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENNEYCO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney fur the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mule bv his firm WARDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Cotarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the hlootJand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation There hive been twentynine deaths from the bubonic plague and seven deaths from smallpox at Amoy China during the past two weeks cas JJE1 JaBeaiithoTn h Yu han Bough efnroCourt and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 Wfeks 4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each Court 4th Monday in each month Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge No F A lL meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday in Pitch month at 730 p Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at zit mon the 1st Monday in each month Lnndruni Council No 69 meets 3rd Mon lay in each month at 730 p m Franklin fh pIer Order Eastern Star meets 2nd anti 4th Thursdays at73 p m Mt Vernon Lnde No 319 IO O meets every Saturday evening ut7 ocl ct r CASiO mi 101 3PJjtcTc- ft theFooilandRcgulliitgutestois05 ILPr- omofesDigcsionCl gq flcSSaudllestCuntaljumjtlsrI NOT NARCOTIC 4- iapd Jl tO OlJ DtSf1 IllS O4itn1yi Rocuminl ThzioxfrSiktit Cn5jedJiwr Inyiauitinrnn0l forCanslipa i4icj ness attilLoss or SLEEP iacSimi12 Signature NEW YORK Exact Copy or Wrapper The year 1909 was a record breaker for clay productsbrickst- ile pottery etc he value of the output being 166321213 as compared with 133197762 in iQo8 The value was even higher than that of 1907 108942369 regarded as the banner year for the production of minerals gen erally The United States Ceo lgical Survey has just issued an advance chapter of Mineral Re sources of the United States fo- r1909Clay Working Industries by Jefferson Middleixntvliichs- hows the year to have been a remarkable prosperous one in this important industry In brick and tile products every item except fancy brick sewer pipe and stove lining increased in value In the pottery industery every item showed an increase The import of pottery showed a gain of less than i per cent although the do mestic product gained 23 53 percent and the exports of highgrade domestic pottery likewise increas ed The exports of all clay pro ducts increased 22 24 per cent Every State and Territory excert Alaska but including Porto Rico is a producer of burned clay and 42 States showed gains Almost withia the corporation limits of the town ot Mt Vernon we have in inexhaustible quantity the finest quality of fire and pottery clays and considering the small expense of starting a plant for the making ot different potteries are unable to understand wh Makes YOU REGRET THE COST ARTICLE PROVES SATISFACTORY I SEAL PAINT without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market and end in Will go and other Only the bestmaterials are WHITE LEAD PREDOMINANT PIGMENT tempered enough prevent chalking quickly as the where ALE BY t ff CASTO For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA some of our not take advantage of the splendid oppor tunity We have the clay and can turn out a product that will compare that made anywhere The recent geological test showed this to be the fact We an industry we have i number of people are in a position to start such an so why cant we something doing this line For of the muscles whether induced by violent exer cise or injury Chamberlains ment is excellent This liniment also highly esteemed for the relief affords in cases of rheurca tm by Chas C Davis Whatever of peace in ElPaso and there are no peaceful along the coast of Mexico according to re ports that reached Nogales Ariz Senator A OGorman pledged his support to immediate downward revision of the tarriff and the election of United States Senators by vote J M Howell a popuar druggist of Ky says We use Chamberlaius Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is excellent For sale by Chas C Davis Frightened horses dragged can con sleeping in Germany and killed ono of the The others were ly Injured Silence IThe instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a great hindrance the cure of womanly diseases Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physician seem indelicate The thought examination horrent them and so they endure in silence a of disease which surely progresses from bad worse It has been Dr Pierces privilege to curs a great many women who have found a rcfugo tor modesty in his offer of FREE consults lion by ail correspondence is held as sacredly confidential SIddrasa Dr B Pierce Buffalo N Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions pain and up and puts the finishing touch of health every weakwoman who gives a fair trial It Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well You cant afford a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine f NEVER OF AN IF IT HANNAS GREEN is is cheapest in the that it further wear longer than paints used with AS THE with just zinc to is case alone is used 1lead 0 I IFOR f r 1 N fnfMsp f i 1 lilA of Thirty citizens do with need such who iiuerprise have along soreness Lini is it Sold the prospects Juarez signs western States James direct Greensburg across artillerymen gunners serious to which is to condition to letter V Y abolishes builds on it to accept OP