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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r iiMiii r v Published Every Friday I VOLUME XXIV MT VERNffN COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT I 1911 NUMBER t BY CLYDE H TAVFNNER WASHINGTON Aug 31 Spe cir l President Tafts veto of the wool lilt means there will be no reduction this whit r in the price of woolen clothing of any sort for men women and child ren nor in the prices of blankets nor any other forms of wolen manufactures needed for warmth by tire general public TV And just so much as the pub lie would have saved in cheaper woolen togather with the amount the farmers would have sved in cheaper agricultural implements had the president signed the free list bill will be transferred unjustlyto the coffers of the woolen trusty and the COlltrib11utors What is1r he Presidents defense for n fusing to permit a reduction in the cost of living Let us see First he makes the point the wool bill was unconsidered when as a matter of fact the ways and meanscommittee put in three months of sincere investigation and study before the bill was framed which is twice the length of time given to the consideration of the Payne Aldrich bill and which document the president signed the president asks the people continue to pay exor bitant prices for woolens until he hears from his tariff board which is packed with men who take the high protection view point and whose chief agents and alleged impartial invests gator broad are writing back articles for American newspapers ridiculing and belitting the crying demand of the consumers for tariff revision downward Mr Tafts message against cheaper woolens will go down as- a document false pretense and xcuses The real reason the president vetoed the various tariff bills not stated in any of his messagesl 2c each i I sBazSRh 181 I J 0 J J V 11iei14CT h t i w ROlKCASTLE II readilyenough- Second misrepresentation ft was because he was under ob ILrations to the beneficiaries of he PayneAldrich law to serve their interests instead of the public interest Mr Taft was elected president with a campaign fund contributed by special privilege Then having done this the great tariff trusts extended further aid and placed Taft further in their debt bv frightening their employers into voting for Taft with the threat their factories and mills would be closed down unless he was elected And just as he was the candidate of special privilege Mr Taft is revealed in hisveto message as also the re ident of special Thus pridlegeIprotection makes politics a bus iness proposition Tie t111s1sI contribute campaign the party of the high protectionII wall with the 1 only recovering from the public the amount of such contributions in excessive prices but stupendous dividends as profits Mr Taft proved an ex ceptionally good investment rIthe tariff trusts LET US ALONE The trust official who ap peared before the various invest igating committees of Congress this summer including G W Perkins complained because the Democrats were too active in in quiring into their business methods Let us alone is their favorite wail whenever a move is made to determine in what man1 ner they are exacting tribute from the people The tendency to distruct big corporations said Mr Perkins is hurting business Business desires to go ahead unmolested The let us alone policy would suit the trusts exactly Having gobbled i everything n5ight naturally they resent interfer ence With the tariff so high that they have a monopoly oti all the necessities of life aud the antitrust law so interpreted that a res r tint of trade is not restraint so long as it is reason able they are safe from com petition and immune from pro secution Hencs their desire to be let alone In the meantime how about prices Ten years ago a pair of five pound woolen blankets could be theyacost 5 00 At the time the price of hvt yards of serge cloth fifty inches wide was 375 the price now is S625 Ten years ago twenty yards of unbleached cot ton cloth could be bought for 1 20 to day the cost is 220 Five yards of all wool flanel could he purchased then for 275 the pdce now is 8625 Flour sold for 350 less per barrel during the civil war than it does now THE RICHEST BABY Judson C Welliver one of the verY few Washington newspaper and niiigizine writers who write what they think has an article in Hamptons magazine this tttfmlh which is of especial in terest now that President Taft has vetoed the cotton hill This article is an account of how the cotton millionaires keep up their fat dividends amounting in some instances to one hundred percent annually and at the same time continue to plead for high tariff without which they contend they will starve to death Mr Welliver begins his article with a photo raph of one James Nicholas Brown age eleven whose wealth is estimated in the hundreds of millions every cent of which was made out of the highly protected New England cotton manufactur ing industryIn 1908 the panic year Mr Welliver writes the cotton trust cajnly paid its usual fat dividends True its alreajfl underpaid labor had to suffer sharp reductions true the wearers of its products had to pay increased prices But that was ummpbFtant the cotton millionths Ti Jy would have their divider Jand they got them They had tbe power to ext rt them They could pay rsEighIwall hel I them secure in their domination Senator Lippitt pre diets this country will bplunged into the worst sort of ar panic if the regular flow of profits into the coffers of the richest baby of the world is shutoff THE JOB ION announcement has been made that for er Sen ator Nelson Aldrich q Rhode Island has purchased a lomeou the fashionable Massachusetts avenue near Sheridan lein Washington and that h intends to make his future home in the capital The announcement is of exceptional interest inasmuch as the tariff fight in Congress with in the next two or three sears is to be fought to a finish HOWS fHISt We effer one Uundre ollars Reward for anv case ofarrhthat cannot be cured by aUs Catarrh CureF J CHENNPY o Tole We the undersigned hay gown F J Cheney for the last iF years aud belieye him perfectly honor able in all business transactions- and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the bood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 5c per bottle sold by all Druggists As usually treated a sprained ankle will disable a man three or four weeks but by ap plying Chamberlains Liniment freely as soon as the 4iKury is receiv danaobserving the direct ions with each bottle a cure can be effected in from two to four days For sale by Chas C 1 avis eoo eooo ocosterreeeooeeeeoeeeeesoeeoeoaessssaesseeeseeees seesese eeaeseeeessosesesseoeesesssssseseeeseseesssesesaeseeesesse sss- e e ee eus- NL ees tees 0 e IeioteeNe Cott il csFseta s Cott- os e s e e s- N s As usual we are the first to show the really new things for Fall Buying at sitss our store will involve several advantages 25 per cent to 33 per cent below regular r prices on lots ofour new Fall goods Every woman will be interested in the vacse sos ety of new weaves patterns and coos All high grade colored and black wool I purchasesIi Ne see made will represent big economy Come and anticipate the needs of the coming erase ee season ee e toe stet NeoeSELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN MADE WITH HIGH TOPS AND I e sots Just a Word About our Sdby Shoes which we are now getting ready to shoW you Shoes for looks as well asforwearrv All the very latest things wtthhighfopsr with low heels with high heels in tan gunmetal patent in button and Lac- eHIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE LOWPRICK Ladies Handkerchiefs SUTTON MCBEE 1Vleris25c Sox 3 pair for SOc retie VA I iieee- e ALWAYS THE BEST FOR LES S e se meieNheeei eh ae tseset aileeesssssese ss eesre sa aoetiiisasit eais iiese y oee ee eeeo t seoeea eruslrrn I 11 it FCT3 ON PAPER l BRODHEAD Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry were in Stanford SundayMrs- R W Willmott has returned to home at Nepton after visiting reI a ives here Mrs Jack McCall and children of Franklin Tenu are visiting F Francisco this week Mrs R S Martin has been on the sick listif Hiatt visited her brother first of the weekMrs J R Cass is visiting in Stanford this week Several from here attended the fair at London last week Shirley Tate was = down from Mt Vernon last week He seldom misses a SundayMrs Lizzie Lyuch of Floyd Co visited Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry last week Homer Wallin was up from Danville last Sunday J M Adams is able to be out again Miss Cljde Watson was at home Saturday and sundayMiss Bird Hilton has returned after a two weeks visit with her parents in Jet CityMrs Richards anal children of Mt Vernon are visiting Mrs Linda genton Miss Rosa Pike was iq Livingston between trains Sunday Little Ina Miller remains about the same Mullins Benton and Brown shipped a car load of hogs from here this weekB C Anderson who had a stroke of paralysis is some better now Miss Mattie Owens has returned home after visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Allice Tate of Mt Vernon is with Mrs JW TateMiss Margaret McQlary was with Miss Susie Cable first of the weekBaue Carson was in Level Green Saturday and Sunday a ABOUT GOOD ROADS Sturgis NewsDemocrat texas is going to celebrate its admission to the Union by spending millions of dollars for good roads th ere are numerous events Kentucky j might celebrate if any other reason hktappClav City Times We see every overseer make some perJ 1thtseach time he works the road until there are improvements iirour roads that count for something Princeton News Men have quit arguing that our roads are good enough They are not good euough at all and any sane man knows it Yet there is no con certed move on in this county for road improvement No pike roads have ever been proposed Why is it we cant wake up even as other neighboring counties have awakened Williamstown News The County Court has ordered all persons having their fences on the right of way of the county roads to have them set back There has been a tendency of late among the farmers to crowd the right of way and in many cases the fences have been set so close to the pike that two teams can hardly pass The Road Com missioner complains that the fences are set so close that he is unable to ditch the roads properly Bardwell News Carlisle cojnty ought to adopt some ulan whereby her roads would be improved The making of roads out ot dirt is becoming obstinate and it is no longer considered the proper thing to do We spend approxi mately 110000 a year on our public roads and at the beginning of each year they are no better than they were the year before It would be an act of wisdom to quit this waste of money and go to building road that will require but little expense to maintain Elizabethtown News Every week there are farmers from Central Kentucky coming to Elizabethtown seeking to buy farms in Hardin county There are now five farmers here from Mercer county looking at some of our land and ten more are coming Satur The advertising Har Idaynigg is getting on account Lincoln Way is the principal reason why tke Blue Gr sspeopleaJe coming Most of them want to buy land along this route None of them will look at farms not on a turnpike no matter how good the land is If this road inbuilt there will be many more invited to our jountyV v t yyy 4 lish ed ii f To ROYAL POWDERAbsolutely madefromRoyalNO ALUM NO LIME The stomach ia larger factor ia life liberty as the pur suit of happiness than most people are lIar Patriotism can withstand hunger but out dyspepsia The guinud dyspeptic II it fit for treason stratagems and spoils It The men who goes to the front fos his country with a tomato will he a weak soldier and a fault finder Diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion ud nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the UM of Dr PIERCERS GOLDEN MEDICAL DIS9OVSBT It build up the belly with euxl IIa est 4 send muscle The dealer who offense substitute for the DiMoray is only seeking to make the little more profit realized oa tie sale of lest meritorious preparations Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser Ie Hat frl on receipt of tamps to pay expense of mailing exl Seal Association R V Pierce M D President BdleN Y I ooq f and Farm Ez Sold- hf yon want to buy a home in town or a good farm call snd tee our list T lstQu lOc3a1e + Office in TVIasonic July 62m KY V sc 1 JA 200 to 6500 Estab I7 PHOCPHATc Patriotism weak farhealthother ipcfor DELPHWEBB1 i Town Property Bought Buikl- ilgDELPH WEBS LIVINGSTON ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOURcKODAK ASK l FOR CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of taking the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing ithem CHAS C DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 WT VERNON KY r I HO ABOUT YOUR WJJrtIf3C DOES IT Pcomct TIMe IF NOT 1 WHY NOT If you are having nny sash trouble about yo rytrJ1 OJ elocl just turn it over tows and if it does not run alTO Kt it Wil cost you nothing We guarai5fcee our work Giv uiria5 trial We do air kinds of soldering and repair work lt I 5i FRANK MO R AT flfr 8C DA ISVDBUG STORE I MT J3 I i 0 a iI T IT 1 MT VRNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Sept i 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONS YBAR IOO Advertising rates made known on ajj5lication 2 e MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For IJflhed States Senator OLLIE MJAMES vKoiv Governor t JAMESB McCREARY For Lieutenant Governor ir EDWARD J McD KR MOTT For Attorney General JA fES S G ARNET T For Auditor HENkV BOSWORTH For Stte Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt fPHblic Instruction BARKS ALE lIAM LETT For Comtnissioner of Agriculture jS NEWMAN 1or Clerk of utof Appeals ROBERT L GREENE WHY should npt the state convicts be u ditf building up the county highways and thereby advance every interest of our Com monwealth Such states as Colorado Georgia and Florida have adopted this system Vith splendid results We hope to see the next Legislature take up this question seriously and enact a law requiring our criminals fo beworked by the state on our public roads This is a great opportunity for our news papers to dotisoMeva1uable work for the growth of the State fIcertainly itisa ofqtheir ctistant attention and best efforts n THE mule interest in Rockcastle is rapidly improving Jesse Live say C M McKinney VV H Hysinger Henrv Mink Virgil Martin and E B Burdette are taking a very active interest in this movement They are being brtd larger and better all the time and next year twice the number will be in the fair ring contesting for the premiums THAT stock law ought to win in Brodhead and Brown precincts In progressive communities it carries easily THE Kentucky State Fair will be held in Louiaville beginning Sept nth and finishing on the 16th Some of the finest sock in the world will be exhibited Every farmer in Rockcastle shou d go Help talk it up and get every body interested as the trip is worth ten times more than it will cost you Be certain u go and dont forget the dales THE Democrats declare in favor ot women voting in all Sthul elections The Republicans in convention refused toaduprsuh a part platform Which is right Certainly the good women of the state are vitally interested in the education of the you ig and should have a le in alright t rifle all elections involving tleeuu cation and training ot uieir children =A FARMERS Institute for this County will be held jn Mount Vernon on October 12th arid 13 h Awe organized plan should Le provided and a fine program had in order to get out a large crowd this very important meeting Iat farmer and business man constitute himself a special committeeman to arouse iuterert and rally the people for the coming institute JAMES H Baughman the Live Stuck King of Lincoln says that Rockcastle badly needs larger brood mares and better grade of stock The farmers themselves are beginning to realize this note than ever before and be it said to their credit they are endeavoring to improve them ISSUE bonds and build good roads for better highways we must have in Rockcastle Do it for Mt Vernon and do it nowTHE TICKET AND THE PLATFORM The more the wore of the Dem ocratic Convention is studied the more it appeals to thinking people everywhere The platform adopted was an impression of the willof the Democrats of the State the majority of delegates believe that the party should tale an ad vanced stand on all pubiic questions It would have been an easy matter for the candidates to have dogged every troublesome issue that the campaign presents but they boldly faced every situa tion and frankly and sincerely put themselves on record so that wherejtheycourt in the land finds itself- divided on important questions of law and it naturally Jollows that more than a thousand delegates from every section of the State all influenced by the condition oIaffairs in their particular locality should hold different views public questions Brit after aI thorough discussion in lithe Co nImittee on Resolutions and the floor of the Convention the majority of the Democrats adopted the platform that becomes the party doctrine and every true Democrat must feel himself bound to support it The rule ot the majority is a Dem cratic doctrine as old as the party i self In no other way can the party speak and a erjt has spoken its enunciation becomes the inviolate law Men will nat irally differ as to or unwise in a strenuou campaignI for offices If there were unaniruit ofoI n on there would he no interestand the party wo Id die of inanition Vigorc s discussion is necessiry to tint y reveal the merits Jut the demer ofvexe l questions of policy A man teal betterpublicI he h s fought a matter out iii Iriclllisr his enemy and generous men are always willing tt concede ictory to the man who has overthrown them When the personal feeling tint is always shown in political as emltlnges dies out and it is hippih already oil the wane there can lie but one opi unit about the S ate platform and the uoinintes of they Dem xnitic party and ih ss ihit ogether they form tin siroi Rest argument ever made fo DniMcraiic success a In the year 1513 the city o London contained only thutiei Mitgeons and doctois all told They were exempt from serving o juries and from eating arms in time ofwar The Paris Lou vie now the fi lest art gallery was originally n royal residence in the reignof Dagobert about the year 628 of our era In Japan among the p ort classes tully one third ot the ma riages end in divorce Possibl America caught the divorce fey r from Japan Wild silk in China issaid to be practically indestructible It ca be buried in the earth and left there for a year or more suffering no damage in consequence Italians never use the number 13 in making Up the numberin their lotteriesthe superstition of th people is against it The Turks ares prejudiced against the word thirteen that it has virtually been expunged from their vocabulary No house in Paris bears the mini ber 13 and persons called qlartorzienues or fourleejs are held in reserve there lo make a fourteenth guest at dinner parties The Norwegians never allow thirteen persons at a table because Loki the God of Malice in the Norse mythology once made the thirteenth guest at a celestial banquet and occasionedconfusion Toe priceless col ection of paintings ofe now the chief pride of Haarlem lay roled up in an attic for about a hundred years neglected as a bundle of rags 3C8g3g3 E J J SOMEWe LEFT 7 articles in the list of bargains quoted last week left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others and thoes whD take advantage axethe ones who will be benefited La est Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather vktf dun metal and velvet price cut onehaK Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by the or i any Other stogie inMt Vernon l t Mens ll 125 aooesfo r 8Ji 1 MerislOOH 44 50c t Best calico at 4 J2cyd Ginghams 5c to JOc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cuHo I9c iPureft ly cashL v k i CHAS a McKE1ZE1- ViT 1 VERNONtKY wI Plan for hatching t season Keep the hens busy these cold days Charcoal Is goodstuff for the hens digestive tract Its mighty poor policy to let the stock shrink in winter Dont feed your fowls so that they will eat too much at once Just because fathens are not good layers do not starve your fowls The best cows are the cows that will fill the pocketbook most quickly More cattle die from the effects of being drenched than from tubercu losisNPotato peelings fed raw in not too large quantities are good for the laying hens =Warmth should be supplied to all farm animals but not at the expense of fresh air When figuring up the profits from the cows for last year dont overlook the fertilizer t Men love their families but are clined to neglect the crops that can be produced for the stableIExercise is good for the animals and they should get their share every day when it is posibleIA good dairy sire is one that produces daughters which give more but terfat than their mothers Eggs should be gathered often especially If the weather Is cold and they are to be used for hatching Much of the success in poultry keeping depends on the vigor and vitality of the birds themselves A male bird that is gallant always ready to share with the hens Is pre ferred to one that is too generous The byproducts of the dairy can be made almost as profitable as the straight products if rightly handled A cheap separator Is worse than none Get one that does not was leach year more than the original cost Yearlings and heifers should be early taught to drink warm mlllfeed slop in winter and cold slop In sum merGet all the wood ashes you can and apply them to the garden and truck patch soon as you can and then plot It in The number of hens a farmer should keep depends on his interest in tht business and the time he is willing t devote to it Unless a bird Is matured and pos sesses size vigor and a sound constitution it should be barred out of th breeding pen For Idle horses straw and wel cured corn fodder may take the plac of hay giving a half ration of cord morning and night A man who has a good quality o dairy products and a highclass o dairy stock for sale seldom know what competition is Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA An urabrell provided with windows is the latest fad in Paris his justified on tbe round of danger in getting about and not bein g able to ee as with the C mmon umbrella PNEUMONIAle- ftme with a frightful cough andIveryweak I had spells when Ihardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes My doctor could not help me but I was completely cured by DR- Discovery KINGS New Mrs J 50c AND S10Q AT ALL DRUGGISTS IeARDUlTh n1tt1ntttt1ttt1ttntntJ tntntntntntnnnnnnnnnntntntntntnntntnnnnnnttntp I GOING SOME I B IK FURNITURE MT KY 3 111111111111111111111111111111 I111111J HI have a world of confidence- in Chamberlain s Cough Remedy- or I have us d it with perfect success write Mrs M I Basford Poolesville Md For sale by Cbas C Davis Adopted sons are fashionable in Tipanj Young men who wish to tain influence often have theme Ives adopted The custom is irried so far that sometimes an dopted son is older than his so lIed father Yeggmen who explode money cults in order to rob banks call itroglvcerin is carried n rubber bottles to prevent jars Baltimore Blue a noted Yag matt n alighting from a freight train vas blown to atoms by his soup CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signattueof d A man In the Island ot Capri did not know tho address of his friend in New York but he knew his telephone number to be 980 R East New York So he sent a registered package to this address and it was promptly delivered I and copyrights obtained or no fee model sketches or photo and brief description for and report on experience8cndJcent BOOKLET 1twinheipyoutofortune READ PACES Hand before applying for a patent write today D1 SWIFT It CO 1 i PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington C Cardui Cured Me For nearly ten years at different times Mrs Mary Jinks of Treadway Tenn suffered with womanly troubles She says At last I took down and thought I would die I Could not sleep I couldnt eat I had pains allover The doctors gave me tIp j read fhat Cardui had helped so many an 11 began to take it and UCtredme Cardwl saved my lifer Now 1 can do anything Tonic If you are weak tired wornout or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women such as headache backacheidraggingddwn feelings pains in arm side hip or limbs and other symptoms of womanly trouble you should try Cardui the wojnans tonic Prepared from per fectly harmless vegetable ingredients Cardui is the best remedy for you to user 35 if can do you nothing but good ltcontainsno dangerous drugs It has no bad aftereffects Ask your druggist He sells and recommends CarduL pTeafLtfor Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the BEST Furniture I Ruffs I Carpefs I and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken = tucky what they all say at d I am proud to 3- state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in 3 showing you the NEWEST thats NEW = sI McKBNZlETHE MAN VERNON sourtIi I Thats umuaiuuuiimuuuuuiuiiiuuiauuuutuuuuuuuuiuaui slt1tt1tttttttt11t ttttttttttitt1t1ttt1tt ww wa WE RAVE O A COUNTS I w g As small as a dollar as large as thousands 3w of dollars S- And no matter how large an account may rje 3 w we realize that it is made upof a certainnum f2 = ber of single dollars = E This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod erate incomes 2w wb to induce them to do something toward 3= accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu Lure 3 We maintain that a savings account at this bank 3an account in which the owner is REALLY IN TERESTED is an investment hard to beat 2 = Yours truly fg ar PEOPLES BANK IE PHONE 463iiiiuuuuiUiiiiuuauuaittu uiiiuiunatauiaiiuuuiii K nnn nn tnnt n nnffnnt 00A Moms Institution atlfJl 3 is a home institution Our loans are made li hthere 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 =rill funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex =plainthe many alvahtagea of a checking account You will always jIII E have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which Iwill be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill = U Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credftH ypu car =w ry it in your pocket or leave it at hpme it nifty be P yt QP PtoleB Come in and let us talk these matters over with yo- urr THIrINCORPORATED w MT VERNON KENTUCKY t YIU1U qv lU1 vwi Unn n1ii UUU 1U1U SKIRTS i 1 LADIES READYMADE SKIRTS p If youmiss thisppu miss the bargains o your life Come quick or send a mailorder a O00 Skirts for 650 1l85OSl 500 500ll Sl 250 2 tr iJt 14 SANDERS 7J t If CfI OiC117Kv rt 1i t 7 H JL4 r V Ml VERlf N SIGNAL I MT VER f NKYoSept 1 1911 Ir leCats tP No 79 when you Wa n tto Comm nl oite with SIGNAL lei 00ILouisvtLLC R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 453 Pjni I 24 north 352 am 23 south 1138 in 21 South 1219 am lAS LANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Lee Norton continues very sick Mrs Matilda Houk is with relatives at Brodhead 4Miss Francis Sparks is with at Middlesboro Willis McKenzie is clerking for L L Sanders at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs John M Miller are herefrora Lancaster this week John Robins and Charley Hurt wereup horn BrodhezTd Tuesday Mrs WLRichatds spent a few days with Mrs Benton at Brodhead Miss ClydeLair has returned 1fronil our weeKS visit to Corbin and Jellico Misses Stella and Annie GriffUh of Ford have been visiting here and HTatt A f Mrs Sarah Maret of tbe Wi1 lei section was thber daughter Mrs Fish i7Jamessick at the home of his mcther near Wildie MiSses Jessie and Jean McKech nie of Lancaster are with Miss Annie Fishback W L Stiearon prominent insurance man of Monticello was here during the week Mrs Fannie Adams and little Tevis Bethurnm are at Middles borofor a tew days visit Arthur Dailey and Glearanqe Furgerson are erecting new resi dences in the Asher addition Mrs W J Childress of Hustqr yule is the guestof her sister Mrs E B Cox and brother R L McFerron Mr and Mrs Roscoe Griffin will arrive today from SjULouit to spend a tew weeks here andai Maretburg Mesdames Alice Taje afod JF Griffin are in Brodhead tvrth theii brother J Egbert Walliu who is very sick Mrs H H FusoM wfe of Supt Fusonof the Pirievilie eityscliool is with the family of her uncle Jocas McKenzie Mrs Charley Childress lefi Tuesday for her home 3tMeekel Okla after a munths visit with relatives in this county B F Eberhart the photogTaph r who has been snatching beautie in Clay and Harlanjbr the past two mouth is aihome with his familr f ra few days The Mt Vernon YoungPeoples Society of Christian Endeavor will have a business and social meeting tonight at ihe handsome home ol Mr ani Mrs C Cr Davis on Iicinon4 tc Rev J W Waltoi who in connection with the pastor Rev Watson has just closed a very 1intereStin ten days meeting at Livinon saya He expects to pay Mt Vernon a visit in the near future t t Dr MV Pennington passed tbroughVlbh ihTs way to Philadelphia where he goes to take a post raduate course at the Philadelphia iiiPolytecuic Hospital r especially ju tHberPttlPSis atfcl pellagra He will also visit the htlsiltls of New York and Chicago including Rc cke feller Institute Rev and Mrs J W Baxter with their two bght little child ren stopped ofr WeduesdayirQf a day with Rev George S Watson and Miss McCord on their way to their home in Oklahoma Rev and Mis Baxter were once resi dents of our town and during their stay made many warm friends who were glad to welcome them back Rev Baxter preached very interesting sermon at Presbyter ian chujph Weflnpsgay r piping and Mrs Baxie r Tsang s v slctous i 2 Little Mina Bess Dycbe hrs been very sick this week but better now Miss Mat Williams wilt visit Mrs B jHethurunr at Soniei set next wet k Miss Ella Francis is away on an extended visit to Harrodsburg Paris and Louisville Mrs Casper Adams left Tuesday tojoin her husband at Harrisburg III where he has a oosition I N Grabeel of Laurel county vas here this weelr attending pourt and paid this iffice a sub stantalcall Miss Bessie Hamlin and Mr- ABGuire of Livingston re- Visiting Mr and Mrs F M Marsh lanks his wee Mrs Ab Sparks had as herguests last week Mrs Charles TVrril 61 Ricbiuicpd Mrs 5atrfieidSI Louisville and Mrs Harry Magee of Livingston Mrs Cleo Brown left yesterday for Louisville and Cincinnati to stud tbe new styles Ju millinery and buy her fall and winter line Mr and Mrs JC West have returned from their bridal our and are now with Atty and Mrs CC Williams They will go to Louisville about the middle of the month to live Miss Alma Carson a sister bf W A Carson was the guest of Mrsilj W Brown Monday Miss Carson was for a number of years asuccessfuiteacherin this county but for the past fifteen or twenty years has been teaching liv tbe west aud is now the head of a school in Oklahoma Mrs JW Brown has returned from a most delightful fbur1 weeks trip through Canada and the East rnstates She was accompanied by ber brojLher J C C9nuWbois tiowriu Mt Vernon for a shor- tvisitJefQereturning to his bOIlfr- at Ararisa Pass Tex cdnducts af large and successful real estate LOCAL Fall Trousers eadat Fishs The Holy Rollers will be here again Sunday Fish guarantee 4 Wunderhose lo wear 4 months for t Get in one ofEishs thin Rubber coatstoday and keep dry LivaKid is the Ideal Kidney and Liver Cure Chas 0 Davis These good points about Fishs Guaranteed Clothes are the Coat Vest and Trousers Fire which started in the sawdust pile damaged the saw mill plant pf McNew Bros on the Riddle arm near Cove school house Monday night to the amount of 15000 Any business is more respect bleithan what isj termed loafing A youn man bad v better sell clams by the pailful than hang irouud public resorts murdering time and his own reputation OPENING OR TiE MT VER NON GRADED SCHOOL It is almost sure now that the publicscboolinMt Vernon will open on Monday Sept nth It s practically certain that the ad ditional building will be finished by that time and it is hoped that the building will be completely refitted for school work by then iLet the patrons and pupils be ready and definite police will bg given riejft week NEW CONDUCTOR Captain D R Thompson is the new L and N Conductor in place of Captain James Dunnand Captain R L Min waring takes charge of Captain Lusk s train DR Thompson and family will v take up their residence in this cl y as1 soOn asa suitable v resi deuce can be found MtlT homp son is a fine gentleman anda codiSal welcome is exletoded to blip and his excellent family JMaysvilleour f The truest best and sweetest type of the girl of today does not come from the home of wealth she stepsout from tie house where is comfort rather than luxury She belongs to the great middle class that class which has given us the beot wifehood which has given help males to Jbeforembst men of Sour time which teaches its daugh ters the true meaning of locjI which teaches the manners of the drawing room and the4 practical life of the kitchen as well as jeaches Hsgirls the responsibili tijis of wifehood vand t greatness of motherhood 1l1 tIo ff r Try LivaKid a guarante d medicine for Liver and Kiduey at CHAS C DAVISS Round trip ticcet to Cincinnati for 4 6Q Sept nth account of Ferub nk Dam Celebraiior W J Sparks Co has lately purchased another big No 6 crusher to be installed at Mullits Station The FiscaLcourt will meet to day to consider the bids for the construction of the new pike morelbidsThere were four passenger con ductors let out on the K C lost for what is commonly termed knocking downV bunt is nothing mote than down right stealing Some7people nevtr hand in an item of news for publication but iI we happen to miss an item in which they are interested they are sure to hand us a north pole stare that would freeze the liver of a polar bears The Would is lull ofwomen who can amuse the ordinary man Can sing dance or recite for him can paiut write or decorate in a manner most pleasing but the poor mm often goes begging for a womanwho can sew on but 0 Announcements were received here this week of the marriage of James Jackson Ping to Miss Ruth Blevans which was solemized at Warrensburg MOon Wednesday Aug 16 1911 They will make their home at Liberal Mo where Mr Ping is principal of the Liberal High School The Brown Memorial school will open Wednesday Sept i3th Although the new building will not be completed by that time yet it will not effect the workof the scbooltas provtsions have been made to carry the school work on until the new building is corn pleted The expense which we have had to bear this summer as the result of the sickness of our little one has been very heavy and at no time have we ever needed what is due us worse than at this time May we not have what you owe us It is no fancy plea we cer7 tainly need the tnbney and need it badly A H Hamlin traded his farm known as the Dillingham farm near Maretburg to F Kreuger for the two story brick residence on West Main street and the concrete store room which Mr Kreuger just completed In event that the twp story brick residence is not includ ed then Mr Kruegeris to pay to Mr Hamlin 300000 in cash Mr Hamliu wiflprobablymovebaclc to Mt Veinon A beautiful girl is very likely to believe she was made to be looked at and so she sets herself up for a show at every window in every door on every corner of the street in every company at which oppor tunity offers for an exhibition of herself And believing and acting thus she soon becomes good for nothing else and when she comes to be a middle aged woman she is tbat weakest and most sickening of human beingsa faded beauty When you pull down the town iu which is your home you are pulling wn yourselfand when you build up you are building up yourselfand your neighbor Try and banish from your mind the mistaken idea that all good things are away off in some other locality Give your town all the praiseit cat legitimately beardIt certainly will do you no harm and will cost you nothing and above all patronize your home institutions including the printing office cc COURT Inrcircuit court since our last issue4v H Durham was given 30 days in ccunty jail on charge of petit larceny John Richmond was found guilty of the charge of incest Harvey G Oaks of Mid dlesboro was examined arid grant ed law license Phil Northern Geo Fredericks Bob Fredericks 201forto the pen for false swearing was granteda new trial On account of a number of civil cases in which Judge B J Bethurum was interested Judge Charles Marshall of Shelbyville has been here as special Judge andmostof the week has been devoted to the w1UladjO Iwintn lltn lnnt lllll ttlllf tnm tllll mt illIn nlnllnm mltnt i I DING DONGli= = IThe School Bells are Ringing I Get The Children ReadyCo I 00 EIFORCHILDREN heavy clumsy 6weight but perfect fitting = proper stockings for chil dren They fit the foot IT the ankle the calf the = knee and above the knee the points IIAt toe the and the sole = where children tri their rough and w tumble gamesare t9punchE Ifcrago stocking = are cleverly rein forced and laugh IT at such abused Thg Ul1U U1Ul UllU George W Parsons aged 74 ofnear Quail died Wednesday night and was bured at Providem e yesterday Burgess J Bsthurum Griffjn arrived at residence of deputy sheriff G S Griffin on Wednesday He will not be a voter until 1932 Joe Wood who recentlysold his farm at Conway has purchased the Gentry farm on Kenfroe Creek from R B jMullinsfor 300000 The man who gets mad at what the newspaper says about him should relurn thanks three times a day for what the newspapers knew about him and suppressed FOR SALE Pair four year old mules i5j4 hands high J J SMITH Hiatt Ky Phone in Residence We are advised that the civil docket has been cleared in our courf here for first tine in twenty five years Judge B J Bethurm now has every county in his dis trict in same shape Have you any news tell the editor and he will serve it in a la mode In case you do not happen to meet him use the telephone or the mail You will be helping to make yOur town paper of greater interest and thereby serve the general community Whatever news may interest you must surely interest many others There are vety few House for Rent1 signs to be seen in our twniThat is proof of growth and prosperity but also an indi cation that more homes pught to be provided for the people who would move here if houses could be rented A number of cozv and attractive cottages that can be rentedat a reasonable figure is what we need Few people have any idea- what an incentive it is to both teacher and scholar to know that parents and outsiders are taking a lively interest in their work We believeth little folks at school appreciate such interest more perhaps than the larger ones Still the effect is not lost ohany of them and we hOP5every parent will take a l and place the public schools on their viSitiUI1iS 1Mi 7l J 1mBringlift to our store today and fix them up ready for school We sell lots of good things for school wear Our H TESSANDTED SCHOOL SHOES Iare good enuf but not too good for any boy or girl anywhere 3 fiThey may cost a few cents more but they wear m longer and always look better Ask to see our 3 Boys Combination Suits W VV With 1 iInCome in and let us show you Hwhatts what for Fall V and Winter lrwearWatch thisspace every week and LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH The Bright Spot in Mt Vernon V In111111 1111l1 111111 We will be glad to show you LivaKid ask us Chas C Davis Round trip ticket to Louisville for 398 Oct 8 9 and morning train Oct 10 limit Oct 14 account of Grand Lodge I O O FI The John M Robinson ciccusj- will be in Mt Vernon on 14 Look for big ad next week The advance car is here today posting bills NOTICE This IS to serve notice to the public that the firm of Allen Son Robinet KyI will dis solve and quit business and the under signed as the senior member of said firm will rot be responsible for any debts con tracted from this date in the firm name of Allen Son This Sept i 1911 ALBERT ALLEN Sept3t DIGESTION MID ASSIMILA TION It is not the quality offood taken but the amount digested and assimilated that gives gtrength and vitalisy to the system Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions naturally Eor sale by Obas C Davis SCRAPS All kind of fireworks are more commonly used in Mexico than in the United States The oldest hymn in the world is the Song of Moses composed In the year 149 B C Last January a volcanic ex plosion in the Philippines was beard at a distance of 300 miles Ginseng sells at Amoy China for 165 a pound in gold dust at retail ILholds its own in price in this country also A well built chimney 100 feet high will sway from three to five inches in a high wind without any damage or danger of falling Hemp thriyea best n a soil heavily impregnated with volcanic ash Sq the production of hemp- is one result action Diarrhoea is alwYS more or less prevalent during September Be repared foriL Chamberlains Colic Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and effectual It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by Chas C Davis V b + uuu UUU U1Ui UUU lU1U U1U LXpEc3c cx3s I GRANVILLE OWENS I 1ICOMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or lphone orders Filled TeleI JI J1 The Political Campaign Is On WHO WILL BB THB WINDERS READ THE DAILY CourierJournal AND KEEP THOKOUGHLY WORMED + f The reguar price of the DAILY COURIERJQJIRNAL Sp cents a month but for the campaignwe will send theDAflyk by mail from date of receipt of subscription Until December 30AND me Signal TONTABoth For OnIYL75 IThe sooner you send your order the longer you willget the DAILY i COURIER JOURNAL SUNDAY COURIER JOURNAM3 not included in this j campaign offer f Rush YQW Subscription to This paper v N oito the CpitfieFJournal IL ml 5 ti r iJ H HT 1 J = Jt o tr j 7 t jJt d Q h oLJI I 7 LP ffiIt jv CyIII CEAISTORT- c ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT 1jAVc 5 etabcPre alahonforAs simflatin g the tinguieStomachsandDowvisd II 1 3 rPrornocs mgestioncheerfuF nessandRestContalnsiteir1rII NOT NARCOTIC Iil RetoecIoldfrcflfJ1tzPrflEFJz Afpro Rthile euirrrai cto+ l7CraisA nessandLossoFIiSLEEP b FaCS ituile Signature of NEW YOTIK r 1i routes un r Food Exact Copy of Wrapper r17 For Infants Children Ii Iftil11111114lts TG pL D 3lET DO COUGH = e and Robes = Embalmer will have charge of line of the company by wire promptly tilled Hearse to all points = = GEORCE Mannger 3 Office Mt Vernon Monumental PHONE 3 dnnn1r wwwwrrPr ill ff orders W Phone VERNON l= = Mount Vernon Monumental I WORKS II Manufacturer ofand DEALERn Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr Phone 112 Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 weeks Urfign In Jtwpweeks 3rd Mon Augustthree weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each Court 4th Monday in each month Mt Vernon Court 3rd Monday in each SALE Four room and plenty out buildings a good and fine water Located northwest of Fair ground head Ky Five acres ground more or less Apply to O E LAWRENCE Lebanon Jet Children Cry r FLETCHERS C iii frll CASTOBIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA ttttftttJlttttttttttttttt UERNON PRACTICAL j 3UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL 3ANDEaUlALHERS g- Mt Vernon Ky JMETALI CASKETS= Coffins Llcened that Eworkfor EOrders sent OWENS = Building 112 il1111111111111ilil11111il111111il11111111J111il1111111111 il1111i11111 UK6BBTAK l Aliril Police month FOR well ASTORIA llcllISHandmade Coflinsfurnished = Hearse sent to all parts of 2 the County iin All by Wire Promptly A COX FilledIII 94S MT t t cottage Bred FOR and aCMcCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford Kv CC Williams ATTORNEYATIAW MT VERNON KY ISTOFFICE On scd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 WT FRANCIS Dentistr Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY 0f1ceat residence on Main St aiSpecialty O REAR llORAiSJ o 1cf Cliticisni torn Ucige 0sr ouxnis uljC Not a NTjijie yawp atloi h he howls d ilv iibou tie retorths he pro poses to inaugurate His party endo es ihs impoi on uracJced on the farmer by Gov Willsons arp intets and lude O Rear standing on the every piiuk of the IbfopiX Hill lttforhi gives it endorsementAlthough Wil oft In o Iv completed a lion tnee nda hilf Feats rI his teem he ha he n absent fruiu his duties at ap tal 23u das and btfrie he ewes Jn tn ffite he tviilturke 3o days Three hn drtd days of feasting d j rtriing and r It us bar qiuji speeches in some of which lie has denounced Kentucky as on f the most lawless states in the U lion Wilson has fiddled while the taxpayers monev burntd drawing his full sahryiil the time he way away Acting Gov Cox h s drawn from the Treasury the sum of 4 256 20 to date more money than all the other Lieut Governors have drawn atuce Ken- tuckY was a stfte Any word of condemnation from Judge 0 Rear for the gross neglect ot duty The Republican party in conventint5 m led endotsed without qualification Gov Wilsons administration and judge ORe r also gives it his poval FORCE TO LEAVE HOME Every sear a large number of poor suffers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and nut always sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discov rv cure at home It cured me of lung rouble writes W k Nelson rf Calannne Ark when all else titled and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the king of all ugh and lung cures Thous Iuds owe their lives and health to It Its positively guaranteed foi Coughs Colds LaGaippe Asthma rrupall Throat and Lung trouble SOC SLOt Trial bot Meireeat Chas C Davis Reports continue in Canada that the anti reciprocity campaign will be liberally financed bv the interests in Canada the United States and England opposed to free trade relations Three Boston policeman were shot two of them being seriously wounded in a fight with alleged Black Hand men in Dorchester Politics in Portugal is said to have taken a serious turn the Republican party being completely divided The labor situation is also threatening NOT A WORD OF SCANDAL marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs W P Spraugh of Mans vile Wyo who said she told me Dr Kings Hew life Pills had cured her of obstinate kidney trouble and made her feel like a nev woman Easy but sure remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles Only 25c at Chas C Davis KENTUCKY PAIR DATES The following are therates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported Ky State Fair Louisville Sept n 6 das Mayfield Sept 27 4 days Monticello Sept 5 4 das Mount Oliver Sept S4dayS Paris Sept 55 days Shepherdsville Aug 224 days Somerset Aug 30 3 days Uniontovvn Aug 85 days Vauceburg AUf 94 das NO NEED TO STOP WORK When your doctor orders you to stop work it staggers youIII cant you say YOL know are weak run down and failing- in health day by day but you must work as long as you can stand What you need is Electric Bitters to give tone strength and vigor to your system to prevent breakdown and build you up Dont be weak sicklyor ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dos5 Thousands bless them for their glorious health and strength Try them Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy Only soc at Chas C Davis The of the condition of jlbesentiment is expected on the New Orleans market this morning Felix Crabb a laborer surren dered to the a thoriti Wtif Ports mouth Ohic Wednesday confess j ing to the murder ofa stranger twelve years a oin Kan- sasChildren Ory FOR FLETCHERS O ASTO R IA Moi qfIvlEADOWBROOI ihi FARM Ducks eat many bugs Goslings must have free range 0 babyteefExercise is essential to the befit growth of the foal You have some things to learn after you get an incubator The best time to cut the lambs tall and castrates at one week old ICalves make more gain with a givta TSrfount of food than does older stock IToo much emphasis cannot be laid upon the use of cover crops In our orchards Giving water at irregular times IB Injurious not only to chicks but to old fowls It is seldom that the Teiy early varieties of potatoes yield so well as those a little later r Mans object in fruit growing is thy production and Improvement of the edible portion of the fruit Good ventilation is essential but it should be so arranged that thCOW8 shall not be exposed to a draught Everybody knows that In July weather cows give a larger amount of milk than In cold and wintry veather v Build a good shed to shelter ttu tools it is doubtful if you can make 33 13 per cent profit in any other way There is a best temperature for each individual lot of cream but thlr can be determined only by expert ence Are there any old apple trees 3n your orchard bearing undesirable fruit Easy to graft good varieties upon them Keep on good terms with the ewe so that yeti can catch and handy them without causing undue disturb once in the pens There Is no phase of the dairy bust ness that needs more study or morn careful management than does the breeding of the cow AB the time draws near for calving the cow should be put into a comfortable box stall having plenty of bed ding to keep her dry The open swill barrel standing by the kitchen door is a direct invitn lion to typhoid diphtheria and like dseases to enter the home When live stock prices drop it is al ways the man who knows how to make meat at the least cost per pound who realizes the largest profit omeYeryfhlckQt a big yield but when fruit grows too thickly It must necessarily be very smallIf udder becomes hard or shows a tendency to garget apply unsalted lard and give it a vigoroous rubbing after which give the ewe a good dose of salts Skim milk which Is whole nillK minim part of Its fat and which costs only half as much as whole milk fur fishes protein about four times as cheaply as beef When the cow is comfortable and contented she responds with a flow of milk far in excess of that which she gives when she has been uncomfort able and irritated Cherry rot or brown rot affects all stone fruits including peach apricots etc It is by far the most serioua and bathing of cherry diseases to the com merclal cherry grower Never feed hay or sweep or In any milkingIntroduction of bacteria which con taminates and injures the quality of the milk muttbeapatchtouched it may contain the nucleus of a new crop At the time of mating If the ewes pastureheat and take the ram quicker and this brings your lambs In a shorter time and the lambing ta over wllh alongInFor bowel complaints in child ran always give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Rem edyandcastor oil It is certain to effect a cute and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleas ant to take No physician can prescribe aa better remedy CryFOR O ASTORIA fw Ali 0 Jii O iP very iultto ttlti tfcfi Iii i ducksIThat weed right In the hill la your worst eaemy The farmer te not much different from anybody else t Homegrown Manta are much su perior to bought c Cattle will never do well la the same pasture with sheep 1Land Intendedtor8PrIna crops be plowed In the fall Have the holes for the trees to be removed dug wldje and deep Squab ralalngf seems to be a fa vorite occupation with suburban peo pie Large trees should be taken up when the earth is frozen around Uw rootsA farmer can tell the value of corn stover without making any serious Intended for roots should be plowed as soon as the ground la dry enough to work Mix poultry droppings with an equal quantity of fine earth aa4 put one handful to the hill As soon as the calf learns to sat hay place one handful of whO i oats in the feed box once a day A beautiful hedge Is made by using zinnias In the back row then callop sift with white phlox as a border Mangles and sugar beets artbebest roots to grow for cattle sheep and pigs and Belgian carrots for horsesAsters can be planted in rows of white and lavender with very pleasing results provided the same kind la used in each row Touncturkey usually have black feet which after two years turn gray and dull and become paler and more sickly as age advances Surplus suckers la blackberry or red raspberry patches should be treat ed just like weeds dont let the rows get too wide nor too thick Hens in good health having access to the dust bath will usually keep free from lice The house should be swept clean every morning In most all branches of business competition is generally recognized as a great stimulant but In the creamery business it has leen overdone Thestorekeeper who keeps eggs In his cellar from a weekJpa month needs to be looked after Eggs should be shipped along as fast as possible Let the calk suck the cow a few days this milk Is not fit for human feed and is what the calf needs to cleanse the bowels and tone up the system J It to said that naval oranges sprung from a single tree that was found growing on the northern ahor of the Mediterranean lea nearly 350 years ago I1pplng reat care must be exe used to cover every part of his body from tail to snout If a patch as big aaa thumb nail Is left untouched It may contain the nuclus of a new cropLook well after the water Keep It always before the fowls pure and clean and renew lt frequently Do not allow them to eat inowDO not let them drink water grown tepid in insects will be killed in a greenhouse if fumigating apparatus be placed near the roof so that the fumes will descend rising vapors leaving the lower part of a house partially fumigated In careful test tirade at the several stations it Is founjji that there is little or rid difference Cn the feeding value of the dry matter of roots and ensilage and the general opinion Is in favor of the silage Honey Is the purest and the least harmful of sweets The honey crop is mostly gain for no ow rsneed necessarily be raised to pasture the bees They aid in the fertilization of fruittrees and the smaller clovers Hog cholera is estimated to Nave been the cause of losses of over Ui 000000 to farmers of Illinois but In the future this loss wilt begreatly low- Bred it Is firmly belief od ri6w tht serum Is being manufactured and used extensively says the Swine Breeder By far the beslVajrto use manure for grain Is to spread tajid igixtt tfAAJ thesoll before r ihebestrarto top dress ttae f lte IY b h tall and the third beat durtarheawiae ter when greuad Isdry enough to haul tis callearaeftvy sljWfl laid a light roil This rdoefd otrefiBf U weight however Light and heavy as applied to soils are terms whlcV rterto The sale ortdlffWulty lthI which they can be plowed or cultivated A DSEADFUL SIGHT to H J Bifnum of Freeville N Y was the tever sore that had plagued His life for years in spite of many remedies he tried At last he used JJucklens Arnica SfiVye and wrote It has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left it Heals Bufnsf foils Eczema Cuts Bruises Swell bgs Corns end Piles like magic OqJyv25Cia I Chas C Davis it V 11 x r t 1f t PiOitCoFor Against Combines and Monopolies Our Motto is To Sejl them Low and send and Get More s Every body saidtJh boys w firstick buj they have moved tc th Masonic brick with L car of 6d Wiekory Wag ons Oar oiF Field FencirVg WireCar t of Buiitlihg and Finish ing nails Car of Flooring and finishing lumber Car Best Flour 6 meal J h i 6 CCD rn fi hirr + f hay4 WO l if buggiesf k cement Big four plaster All kinds of paint hard ware and groceries Stock ts comiplete s We have ho junk J Our shoes are sold for a legitirhate profit and guaranteed You must be satifi t iyOU mon eSback t t We h h a eomWet lrrle L aF1 f Em tH AtJaranteet iS StQfUT Jr satisfied tt r m01 eka- EOThaflSee s Rift l M4IN 1 r rkiur- r t sT 1it 1iTK r in ki-t 1 e J