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Established 1887 DUMBER 19 is visiting her brother, Oscar, this'"' EVEL GREEN. Jackson. Sie was qiiietly laid Jo iancy price. Mrs. M. G. HANSFORD. CAUTION week. There is talk here of a two rest jn Poplar ,Grove burving has been sick for ' Misses Bertha and Germa Kincer, grpjtmd". ' Mrs. O. R. Farley and Miss Cleo million dollar coal and timber land.. Rev. George Thompson some time is not much better. i. It has come to tne attention, of filled of this place, went to Brodhead Dr. pr, n( T7irtc,nc ....-- ... Spicer, of Paris, were the guests, aeai being perfected, it it goes his regular Walker Owens was up from " ...ww, appointment at Burnetts Saturdav where thv will enter p o! Mesdames Hugh Je:ikins and through Lfvingston will have a new. Chapel last Satu.day ,ast weekMiss Gertrude Railway Association, that many of an d Sunday. BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL railroad. Alvin Carico first of the week. users of explosives, and" espec- - School.- -A large crowd attended j CoUeUe will the in a subscrimion Dr. G. C. Price, of W; ana, was ' " "Old Jack Sawbriers" is still . h "? . .- iallv miners who are foreigners not the singing at the house of Mr. co. n . , . Misses Georgia Amyx and Ida nere Aue.-,aaon ousiness.- - J. W. Four newpnpils have, been conversanfwiththe English Jangu- - and Mls T w- - French. Saturday Hamlin have returned to Brown on the night run. Thomas Jeffer- Fields who has been W. H. Owens has put in shingle here since last added to the : .Brown rMemorial age son Mullins, of coal bin fame or the requirements of the fed- - ln!RntDri G- - c- - Price of Wabd rig which will beattached to Brown Memorial School after spending August returned to his home at school this weeif. . Kirbv and Albrighc eral law, are in tbe,habit of includ- - was cal,ed to see a lew days at nome. nari .ice made a flying visit to Cincinnati, May wood last Saturday. saw mill. Kstil, Were-- I After a rathgr' tediot.s oeriod of ing packages of explosives in this week. Mrs. Ma.garet Grimes .Sunday, who has been very sick ; was at home from. Williamsburg their . Price was here on business Mongret very much to give Mr. Eields waiting, trie of the haaao Mientorf in th nen.i , but is be"er at this time. Brother day. Mr. A. passed through from Mt. Vernon, Acadatny "last week. W on her way!to her work at Lex- up. Mrs. Jane French spent Jast steam heat habeen completed and on a passenger train I Glouse Preached an interesting Pennington was in Frankfort list and in pack, ington last Monday. John Muhiris Saturday night wftb Mrs.. M.. E.- the entire onuamx is very saiis. aopa nf nr.nclti.nM frr,;TO cutnn a sermon to a very large crowd Sun- BRODHEAD. v Price.Mr. and x Mrs. M. M. factonly heated. da at Mt isgah. He wi.l be our in. the usual way by freight. " Miss Alipe Ward has been very has sold his restaurant to Matt Brown spent last Monday with I pastor for this Miss Tempest Ward, went to year. Mrs. Verla On Friday1, evening, "Her sick for a few days. Miss Dodson Foure. Russel Proctor, of Mt. their daughter. Mrs. The federal law strictly forbids a McKinney joe Major of Uncle's Boots will be presented in Vernon, is night agent here now has been very sick for Richmond, the first of the week. has agaui resumed her work with 0i SUIJJ1ULUI r during a Jay off of Mr. Hugh vbe Glade section. Wm. 'Hurst the chapel of Brown Memorial j the past week. M. G. Kirby aud where she will enter the State ht'r music class here. Her pupils or the transportation of explosives Stewart. John W.. Mullins was n o. e of our most substantial farmers School by'"thV-seventfamily spent first of the week with Normal. Miss Etta Moore, was and eighth on passenger trains even when deare Mrs. Fred Neighbors, Musses has his new stock barn just about grade girls with home folks in Berea, Jast their mother Mrs Sarah Kirby s, a curtain raiser a Alice Ward, Mt'.Jernou last Monday. rjudge Ella Mae Blanford, clared. . Package of explosives Harry Mngee will go west in a completed. Misses Berta and Bertba Kit by. Sunday. Brack Durham, is very Topsy Turvey spng will be given must be A ma Pooe'and Nora Lvnn Pope. packed in their regular Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Isaacs, of by the ten Junior girls of the spent Saturday and Sunday with low with Pneumonia, Mrs J. W. Luther Hamlin, a student of few days on a business trip shipping containers properly Misses is getting up to date with Woodstock, spent last Saturday school. Following is the cast of Martha and Fannie Kirby, Tate, was quite sick last week, Berea College, was at home a few marked and accompanied by"sbipp-in- g and attended church at Mt. Pisgah but is able to be outa?ain. Mrs Alma Pike a moving picture show six nights and Sunday with Mrs. Isaacs the pla : days last we?k. Little ( orders of the usual form. The yweek. John Clark is parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mrs W. H. Graves, spent first Daisy Hunt, is in Crab Orchard, Miss Isabell Gladys Kirby penalty provided for violations has had a Slight attack ot pneu- out of the oj Clay Thompson was in Ahhiei)ver making A.'H. Hamlin an ideal of the week, with her parents Mr. this week clerking for J. Thos. Arizona Colderson the fedeial law monia, but $s now recovering. are severe and may Berea last week visiting his sister, Elizabeth Winter! clerk Basil Oliver h?s mumps. and Mrs W.-McKinncy Mrs Cherry. Mrs. .). J. Paintor, has .Elsfe Rhea equal Nathan McWhorter has taken not to exceed $2,000. TLiving Lumber Co , ban started Miss Jalia who is in school there. Kelfijns Carlisle - W. Cromer Sailie S(ewart and little daughter returned to her home in Lebanon charge of the Riverside Mansion. with or without imprisonment no " Estill Price has moved bis family Layane Basseil Mamie, of Loug Branch, spent Sat- Junction, after spendinS several Ella Coffey to exceed 28 months. The Holy Roller began a series their mill. 'This will put our town on a oooru. a. renmngton back to level Green, he having Jule Pomeroy urday and Sunday with her paienta weeks with home folks I. R. is of meetings at" the Mink building Many violqtjqns of the kind de- Mr. and Mrs Jenn(e. Morrow Miller Jonas Pitman, at Storm, is in London, this week is making an ideal marsaal. one ot purchased the stock of goods from Monday evening. Their leader scribed above have been reported Level-Green- . the best our town has ever had. Fields Bros. Ora M. Brown was Nell Oldfield Gentry Evans went on business. Fred Durham, of ''Minerva. Pencil R. W. White, of Corbin. Judge and in all such cases where the to Mt. Vernon, last Thursday on Mt. Vernon, "was in touu Monday He is looking light after the boys. with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Mc On next Tuesday evening, Miss H. D. Magee and Dr. R. G. Webb J. S. Calloway will be our next Williams last week. R. B. Hatch- Dodson's pupils j assisted by chorus evidence was suffient to warrant business, "Uncle Logan McKinney and Tuesday with his brother were in Frankfort last week. Mrs. conviction prosecutions have been aud Grandson, have been visiting Brack, who is very sick. Mrs C. A. Blanford has just returned judge, since the present judge is er who has been at .Corbin for members, willgive'a recital at the started . Guilty parties even when the sick folk this wee'k. Uncle B.ell Henderson, of Paint Lick, All are from Parksvilje and reports her going to resign Miss Lida Cook several months is spending a few Fresbyterian clj.urch. their actions was due to ignorance Logan is ever ready to lend a help is with her daughter M,rs. E. B. mother, Mrs. ,W. A. Brown gieatlv who has been very ill with days with his mother at this place. most cordially jnVitei D. R, Gentry, of Quail, was in ' We are thigrateliil recipients have heeu fined and imprisonent ing hand to those who are in dis. Newland, toiisilitis issotre what improved. thi.s week. Henry i mptoved. ignorance is no excuse for a viola- tress. Several have been attending Brooks, of Henderson, Ky., was Dr. W. T. Aruxy says that he. this pare Jast Wednesday to see of more pillows. Mrs, F. nnie Judge P 7R. Pennington, of would have' been in the South his "little" son. Fjoyd-M- r. in town last week, and lift here Holy Rollca meeting at Hope-Weand Adams atrd Miss Matie B- Will- tion of this kind. London, was the guest of Mr. and long-a,-g- o As examples, It may be staled for the past two weeks. bad it not been for the Mrs. W. H. Mullins arid children iams are the dojjota. for Harlan, Ky., to see his best Mrs. A. Pennington first cf the m m girl. R. H. Hamm, who has been We appreciate tbershower" of miners and other parties have taken week. Victor Price a student ot "pakey" way of Joe Childress who spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. kegs of blasting powder and even is going with him. Geter Falin A. C. Sowder. very sick is some better. Little pillows- whickrwe. hiye had not PINE HILL. Welch MorroW School was in town M, B. Jones aud family contem- only because the.y nil a much felt packages of loose sticks of dynamite Mildred Robins, has been quite Saturday. Mrs. William Warren savs that William Preston is the biggest "fibber" in the State, aud plates going to Florida to. spend need but because ,pf the friendly mixed with blasting caps all wrapsick this week. '"Uncle" Dock WiUte Adams, who has been is visiting relatives at Hazel Patch. Preston says iV Pete Drnmmonds' the remainder of the winter. Edd interest they betiken,,nd we wislj ped ip lopse paper psokageu into working at. Tunnel Hill for some Woodyard, has rented his properJ. E. Woodall was in town this week. A. Bf.- Hamlin is in Mt. that starts ajl the trouble, Drum-mou- d Brown purchased of Joe Brown a again a thank'- ,a.who havehad the smoking cars of passenger time, was here between trains ty to ,L W. Owens, and will go to traius. In other cases wash tubs Thursday. Mr. Emery Newton, ot Crab Orchard, in a few days to " says lis Payne, and Payne span of fine mules, he, also sold a part in this "shower:' Vernon this week, in intetest of and barrels supposed to contain Baltimore, Md., who has been here make his home with his daughter bis business. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. says its Blanford,, and Blanford two young mares. The farmers only household goods have been for a few days tooking out a location Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry. Dr. E. J. says it Wm Owens, and Owens h d gotten started very nicely with Neighbors, of Middles boro were HE WON'T' LIMP NOW. fgund to contain loose powder and for a brick aud cement plant left Brown, or btanferd. was here to the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred says its Lemmonds and so it goes. the work, but these old snowy No more Iimplcg for Tom Moore sticks ot dynamite. Rev. Eber Mullins, in charge of days will give them another rest. of Cochran, Neighbors last week. Mr. and Friday for Louisville and other see Brack Durham, Tuesday in Ga. "I had a bad A number of the young folks sore Dr. Carter This is a matterthat affects safet points. rMrs. Bell Ktncer stilt s, consultation with instep that nothing Mrs. Will Watbam and . Miss Sheriff Nicely, passe up on train 20, weaneaaay. tor uopdon, George Owens, oL.Mt. Vernon,, enjoyed vejywpjejiJaLevj3UgalJ seemed to helpjillj used Brrcklen's and this .information .Vmirf veryslow. Mr. Hatchcraft Anita Watham, of Lebanon .have! Master of trains. W. 0.f Dilly,. was the home of J. N- - Denny on last "t'ta oaivc,. ne wnies. 'dui tms qsed not only by parties to prevent and Mr. August 'Tja've been here was in town Wednesday. J. Thos returned home after spending a few here Wednesday. in Louisville, ""this ' 3aturday. On the i6th, the death wonderful header soon"" cored nie.M their own practice from being in several days looking after the inter Cherry, is m days with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fen Hels old, rutin ing sores, ulcers, violations of the law. but each per- est of Mr. August's week, buying goods for his store angel visited the home of Mr. and property wick. Roy Magruder visited his boils, bnrnsr cuts, bruises, eczema Mrs. W. J. Brownand took from or piles. Try it Only son should do all in his power vo There is 3 bright prospect of a at Crab Orchard. Mrs Linda FOR FLETCHER'S p ireuts at Lebanon Junction first 5 cents at them their little daughter, Thula Cbas. C. Davis. spread this information inth&inter-est- s cement plant and the coal mines Benton, of Mt. Vernon, was in ot the week Miss Mvrtle Bryant LIVINGSTON. T . A m;M .. ? - Mrs-Sara- h -- I wk. ' ,' ,u:, :.J h -Li- vingston De-Bor- d. . e - ll 1 - - on-m- y con-jinne- Chiicsrn Cry m CASTORIA o -- 15 Weathher Man Says in 15 FEB - RUARY MI ZERO Still Colder Cash Refunded on all Goods ' not satisfactory , Our j-T- o '$5.00 ?i public safety and to prevent violations by all parties Public spirited citizens willing to assist in promoting the safety of the public in this resepct and possessing information or suggestion that would be valuable are requested to correspond with or call on Colonel B W. Dunn, Chief Inspector, 30 Vesey St., New York City. Very respectfully, B. W. Dunn, Chief Inspector. of I ON ALL WINTER GARMENTS CONTINUES Sale $9.98 5.98 " m Jj Bootees !for $2.95 Suits and Overcoats up to $15:00 Cash Price Oash Price Cash Price houseWeF?& to Suits and Coats up vto -Boys' Overcoats up to goes-oufcof $10.00 4.00 .oiouuyiwiu.m ir mens 3l.bfO rr:i rr-- i J.98 GUAR ANTEE'every SUIT or GOAT- that our and all the very newest styles., ; M,Jiel&are aW ino wun iky -- can equal. All Wool to -- i ana women's wt All $2.25 I Ail-Wo- ol Blankets sold for $4.00. Sweaters Wool Blankets a - 1 All-Vo- ol , Sweaters up to $3-5- ? 'for $1 Q8 Our Qood; Bye price is $2.25 SUTTON &1CKHI THE rla-is. i Si H?4dqiu a tttjs rr X : . , 4 or Good Shoei r.. , - ..II, t - - ,. Dorothy Owens were in Mt. on to the affected parts is superior Vernon Friday shopping. Miss to anv plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the Bessie Albright .entertained her frjends; wUh a candy party last side or chest give it a trial and you Wednesday night. All report a an: certain to be more than pleased with the pomjt relief which it nice time. affords. Sold K CW C. Tavis. Miss Minnie Gentry who has BOOKKEEPING-- ' been.. visiting her brother, Eugene, IIT V1VI WBff nntw ot Waynetown Ind, fcr the past TYPEWRITING aM month, retur ed home Saturday TELEGRAPHY and started for Richmond to enter A IM. ladteMMMffk THNSINESSiLLEIE BLAMMED A GOOD WORKBUl v Qtinn1 fT KlammMl mr Mv. Inr eanAtl ilia Ctnta Wnrmnl uiuuuii mis. j. i Its PmMtnt h Ttui Ioexperlflc Macatlng W.W9 t Mj banking baln. of 38 jen In. BeKmstiU ' 11101 j, rtoarl ,K OW..VJ "al 1 women forraccH.'',JBXatr bow. distress in my left side for two 3. Heifon has been very sick for years," writes W. Evans, Dajtyirft, the pa'st week, M. G. Noe who v' Sedentary nadits, uoc ot outdoor Va.t "but I know now it was iidfc J'h,.!e? in HaT,ft? for--a month on exercise, insufficient mist.catioa of gesiipn, as Dr. King's New" Pills completely cured mc." Bestfor business has returned home. food, constipatioa, a torpid liver, stomach, liver and kidney trouble,, Sahe Doan, Of .Crab vOrcbard. . ...- - arid anvioklf- - arc tkj mnch nrre .M. MU..WI.W. .. constipationbeadache or deblKty. passdf throjigh Spiro Saturday common cause; of .f.. .IVfr stomach 2;c. at Chas Q. Davis. with a nice'bnuchof cattle which troubles. Correct your hibits and he" bought nf rnartiek on Sfcprr take Ohamberlain's Stomach and ,Qry, Liver Tablets and voa will foon b FIR FltTCIM'5 ' x Creek -- DaveOwes bought fine For by Cbas. m. i liprse fro parjeari v at Davia.' I ..k parents Saturday and Sunday. Esmer Tjwery is herefrom Berea for a few days. Albert Reynolds Born to .remains about the wife of John McNew on the 27th a fine boy. The little child of .,Albert Reynolds which has-be- en vtry sick for sometime is, some hotter at this writing. the-same. 1 regular appointment at the Christian Church last Saturday snd Sunday. Miss Minnie Gen-- . try, has returned home after weeks visit in Louisville, Ky., Ft. Wayne and Crawfords-ville- , Ind. Mrs. Jennie Brown, of Louisville, is with her paernts-Mr- . ALMOST LOST HIS. and Mrs- - Jack Leece, of Copper" S. A. Stid, of Mason,LIFE. Mich, -Creek section. The Brodwin never iorget nis ternoie expo- head Dramatic Club, will present sure to a merciless storm. "It gave mea dreadful cold," he writes, 'Uncle Rtbe" again on the even-n- g SHOCKING SOUNDS. J severe Hit of February loth., at the hill pains in my in the earth are sometimes heard mat causedwas cnest, so it nard tor me to over Citizens Bnnk, every body bofore a tetrihle earthquake, that breathe. A neighbor gave me Miss wtrn of the coming peril. Nature's several doses of Dr. K'ng's New cordially inyited to itTtend Sarah Osborne, has entered school are kind. That dull pain Discovery warning which brought great or ache in the back warns you the relief. The doctor siid I 'was on here, and is staying with her Kidneys need attention if you the verge of pneumo lia. sister Mrs. J. W. Kincer. B. R. would escape those dangerous ma- tinue with the Discovery. but to con Willmott, is working in R. B. I did so ladies, Dropsey, Diabetes or Bright's and two bottles completely cured Sams Restaurant, at Livingston. disease. Tike Electric Bitters at me." Use onlv this nnieb. safe 'I Miss Etta Cable is still improvonce and see backacne ay and all reliable medtrine fhr mnok mMc ' .. . enn t your best feeling return. "My -"".or any mroac or mng trouDie ing, and says she will soon be out received great benefit from their use prjce soC and $uoo. Trial bottIe again. Miss Dovie Hall, a daughfor kidney asd bladder trouble ijuaranteea by Unas. C ter of Wm. Hall, of near thi-- place iree. writes Peter Bondy, South Rock- - Davis and a Mr. Conett a son of the wood, Mich., "It ts certainly a late Elibu Cornet t. of the Copper great kidney medicine." Try it. SPIRO. Creek, section were married last 50 cents at Chns. C. Davis. Thursday. Miss Mae Spoon-morSunday school at Freedom The of Louisville, is visiting WILDUS. is progressing nicely. Miss Flon-ni- e here this week. Victor FranTom Parsons is verv sick with Goff. of Elgin, is the guest of cisco, is working in Berea, in a pneumonia. Mrs. Abe Isaacs has her cousins, Misses Lola and barber shop We understand been very sick for the last week. Dorothy Owens. Miss Gertrude that Mr. Allen Hiatt, will move Mrs. TbeniTlevnolJsis no better.,' CoUett was the gnest of Mrs. his family to this place in thenear Miss Edith Phillips was down J. W. Dillingham - from Saturday future, he will probably occupy from Berea, Saturday and Sunday until Monday. Shelby Gardener the residence of J. Thos. Cherry with home folks. Mrs. James of Livingston, visited' his sister, which they will vacate next week. was down from Berea a few Mrs. J. W. Dillingham Sunday. A piece of flannel dampened with days last week on h r way to Liv- Misses Flonnie GofF, Lola snd Chamberlain's Liniment and bo:nd ingston Alfred Wood was with his . being opened up again at this place- There was quite a large crowd from here attended the meeting at Chestnut Ridge. Saturday night. Uogan Bryant spent Sunday here h'v;his brother. Dr. Chestnut was down to see Mrs. Kincer'sbaby Monday. Casper Berry has been on the sick list this week. town this week. Rev. W. F. Rogers, of Louisville, filled his ... " T -- s e, Par-so- ns -- m, . ....v l; hi . Ohildreii CA RIA !,. tkjkks ji.. -- J , -- " ''i. 'lv. - ; MBMJBBBBMMBBMBBBBiBftMBMiHWBMMBBIIBlliMafcMMMaMManaBtiaaaigar: 'rr','immmtammmmmmmMmmmmmammaffgfg T MT. VERNON SIGNAL A good ftidd Hdaa ddiibld bfchefll, COMMISSIONERS SAJbK. Primary it benefits die cotrigupus B. A. H ys, piaihtifiF. , territory. Secondary it benefits vs. In Equity Friday, Feb 2, 19 12 the State at large, because citizens Defendants. Havs Kt al use it who do not live or do 1ms James Kvvutueof a jiJgement and inesson adjoining latnis or in con-- . Published every Friday by order t tale of the Rockcastle tiguous cities. Circi'tCntm ren lered at its last EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Louisville ejects to help every Janu:irv j wj1 the afi h goodcauseinthe Stateof Kentucky,, dayof FehrIlarv IqI2 between $I.OO but it wishes to heloin a wise wav. he hMu f en UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR A All it asks of the Legislature .s a. p M at tbe hrce oVock -- J ilEaven help the an vflib iiliag ine3 he can dodge enemies Hj trying to please everybody! Ilsnoh s.i individual ever succels pais hi.u ibis w.iy tint we may h w'P one lwk at hi.s mortal rem .ins ere he shes away tor sureiv this earth Now cannot be bis abidii'; tlce we do not infer ihu s 1011M be going through this woild trvmu to find beams tt knock and tlniup his head asj- - nst. ve o-i- " - V - jgfc xr fT? .trt 1 mm . s J - ii Y Jii r ti p T -- e r1 T7VT F3I ?T 13 FADED -- the political fields into a law prac 'tnu and John Alarical; on the Eberhart's tice in the Capital City that is said South b landb of W. B. Sigmon Located Over M ANISE'S STORE West of R R. Track and. on the West by the lands of Senate bill No. 125 which has to net him an income several timet W. B Mt. Verneu, Ky. Sigmon. John Davis and All work guaranteed. teen introduced in the Senate bv greater than the salary of any po L. W. Arnett State Senator from itical office toyhich he might as- Robt. Nixon, and is the same land the Covirg'on district is another p:re. Although too busy to give owned bv Mati!d3 Hays, deceased, lie at the time of her death. Bond . the current issue much concern . BEWARE OFTOW'N ROW. ..WkFV. WW.-V..WU. W. doom has kept iu pretty close tpuch with , with approved securety healing which should have met its "A town jow is to a town what a the situation and expressed himself six percent interest iro.u data till heavy frost is to vegetation," upon its first reading. paid and having the force and effeci The bill provides thai every freely. Hoch iu the Marion also carry a line of Hardware and person, firm or cor potation engaged "It looks now like there will bea'ul a judgment will be required of Record. "Nothing wilts a town lie purchaser, and pajale to me in tbe mining business in Ken-- j petition as to outcome of the ttoo Better have a like a town row. s money saved to buy your Hardware from tucky shall pay into the State oevelt agitation that will contai is commissioner cyclone or an earthquake or most Bidders will come prepared to Treasury a sum equal to one cent the names ol at lea t seven, and any destructive visitation than have us for every ton of coal mined in the' perhaps ten, Republican Governors comply witL these requirements. a town row, for when these G S. Grifftn, M. C. R C. 0. state. Another whack at the who will urge the Colonel to beconiv calamities are over they are ovef, Mr. Ycrke Eastern Kentucky, and the estab b candidate," said and the people, cetnente f together $100 REWARD $100 lishment of more offices with a few and it lootcs bs though there is iu closer fellowship bv the common ' j 11 m per win oe calamhy begin ai oncc unjtedv office seekers. Should likelihood cf his giving heed to tl increaoersonnis fat jobs for p'eaed to learn that t.iere is atlund brave, to re0lir waste oliCes. a similar bill everv reach tbe house prayer of his sponsors M With tn .t Such a people under such con hope that ouj Roosevelt in the race the outcom eist one areaaea aiseas we certainly science has been able to cu e in ditions are tnvinciole tin I absolute representative will;Jgo on record is problematical. On the otlv as casting his vote against this a! aud, if the former President de all its stages, and that is Catarrh. master-- of destiny. But a town Will as all other such injurious dines .o listen to the anneal of hi Hall's Catarrh Cu e is the only row distracts, disintegrates, der measures, We already have too . friends, there is LOthins more to it Poslt've cure now known to the stroys. It undermines the foundaCatarrh being tion of things. many office creating law and not Tbe political leaders in Vashingtm raed,ca' Its sores heal enough business getting law, for do not take Senator La Folletu a constitutional disease, requires a slowly. Its scars last." Hh11 sfcyjsiqareiafc-.Rss- rj the well fare of our stae. seriously and there, is little lo be ex i constitutional treatment. boys in school and college How to cure,a coid is a q'iejtion of Catarrh Cure is taken internally , 3 pected of the Cummins boom. it u alway has an article of expert W acting direct! v upon the blood a id in which many are inteie.- td just "A curfe' law for husbands was Rjosevelt or Taft. now. Lnamnerimn s uougu Kcm- - aavice on ati eietics Dy some one ' advocated by Robert B. Glenn, "As an outsider, taking no inter mucous surfa:es of the system, edy has won its rear reputation' who speaks autnority, with ir former governer of North Carolina est in the fight, other than that of : thereby destroying the found t:o ana mm eus saie ny 113 reruarKaoie w hether it is football, baseball. i in a speech at Chicago Monday i.felong Republican who desires t. of the diseise, and giving th cure for colds, it cai alwajs Oe skating, swimming or other vigorI. y night on the subject 'The Country's ee the cBuse espoused by th..t patient strength by building up depended upon. For ale ous pastime. The page for girls C. C. Davis. I a'nd Need of Sterlitg Men and Women' pirty succeed, I want to say tha the constitution ass ; suggests useful occupations in the "The min who stays away from (ihe Democratic situation, in m nature iu d ing its work. The STILL TIME TO GET THE community, without forgeting t hisfamilv at night is the most j opinion, is almost identical. Right prop ietois have so much faith i i COMPANION FO that girls can be ornamental as ti. 70 i contemptible creature on earth,' n0w it looks like there is nothing its cur itive powers th it they offer CHECKING-ACCOUN- T The mihlishe.-- of The Youth s well as useful. Ana there is the is he said, "I wish we had a- - curfew to it but Wilson, but look out for One Hand ed Dollars for any ca e Companion announce that they a mily page, which in tbe course intended a business necessity; and H law for husbands a law that would Champ Clark. He has played tuat it 'ails to iur Seid fjr will accept y su inscriptions of a year fil's the place of a domes- every husband stay at home good politics during his career-- ' in Iht of testimonials. make Igi nt ft ? ,ki Uiseclof March, tic eucvcloDedia. he who tries to get along one is Irom 8 o'closk in the evening until Washington, and with a bitter fight Address b J. CHENNEY-CO The Subscribe now today while I rate t l?.oo will go into .iew 6 o'clock the next morning. A between Harmon and Wilson, he is Toled .0. ' effect promptly on April 1. The The Companion may yet be had great disadvantage. man's place is at Lome with his the most likely person to solve tbe Sold by all druggists. 75. large number whose subscriptions, for 1 75 wife, helping to train the children problem of the nomination. required is Take Hall's Pills forconsiipali n run over into the early weeks of a person THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, in the way they should go." There "A contest between Roosevelt the vear. as well as those who 144 Berkely Street Boston Mass. should have a large bulk of business is no question but what the women and Harmon or Roosevelt and Wil- New" Subscriptions Received a' When her child is in dange r a wee unable to seud in new sub- would vote unanimously for such a tson wouId be decidediv jnierestiug. woman will risk her life to prate? in order to open an account will this Office. scrip' mx tieiore January law nd in many instances is cer-- ) mth Gannon as the Democratic it. Nogreat'act of heroism or ri,k jm,e ,h (,ppmtuI1ity lo get The ' a cm o tainly reeded. Professional men, fai mers? lo even "' ,,,e ,a tandardbearer, Rocsevelt.s fight "Coin nan ion for auother fifty two CnjJcaron . . trom crouD. G ve Chamberlai is on the mtereht and the conservative?.! FOR FLETCHER'S women, are running Lough Remed and all danger is weeks at the old price. If you . ROADS FOR THE would furnish a delightful dramatic avoided. For sale by Chas. C. had no other periodfeal reading for BETTER I If vou hav. done accounts effefit. On the other hand, he ' Davis. STATE. your fatnilv. The Youth's Com could take a directlv opposite po ' familpanion would be sufficient sufbusiness in this way, and are BROWN A. B. FTJRN I SH sitiou in a faght with Wilson and v CONN duni o how Sam's agoin' to ficient lor keen enjoyment by every h We note that Mr. Owings, Repre-- j hammer the Progressives in a way and we the "plan, come to iar vote in this election," la ca 11 one, young and old; sufficient to . Brown-Furnis. that would make them cringe. sentative .rom Jefferson countv I've beam t keen you nosted on important news! wilLget you tar!c. . on.in,..nr us- - mncf. ;,Wf .UU7 , There is no man iu . America nor.Pa,gn .. wor cr , ., r , , . uuia uiiv. v i.uv uuu..t Wi do a general Real Estate nas mere Deen one m twenty years ue s on uie lence and events of the day; sufficient business; handle town and farm and useful members of the delega With as strong a hold on the people. "He vuz thar," replis property, do abstracting a d t i to nive jou a mind richly stored Courier-Journa- l tion is que ted in the e pass on titles. a and his nomination would ..ni1 nn - nt ,h0o.. with useful knowledge. The new "- """ " If you wantto sell list your prop-wit- h a..l...o. as objecting to a spec fie LrNnn.nn:M "'r wiwiufwam .1...1 i... W r mil ui ;u.iuukw ,v lull a AnUn9 u , ,l '" UCpctl IU1CU13 u l,omm0 inHic ""'H"" ns; if you want to buy we IUC wil iiwwuiku .... lltlvi uunai 11 good roads bill because it would not been ennalled qiiicp thp MrFTii mo.ney. can save you u race in I900." (Courier j side of the fence, an' Sam git diz :v pensable features of the paper. on Jefferson work a hardship an' fell over. ) The page devoted' to the interests iflEKiSEIJ county. Mr. Owings explains that Journal .. i on a basis of 5 cents on Sioo-mSi!er; of wa,iaillsbnr a reSq&Se&S sessed valuation of taxsble property who recenUy went QUt of offic as Il Jefferson would piy iuto the State Rai,road CommissioDer from the treasury forgood roads $80,000 and Thrd districti Frankfoffc lo could not hope to get baick more do what he caQ tQ defeat lhe bi,. ns white, clear anJ :dr to tl e last drop. For than $ro,ooo. siko of cverjone in t.io providjng for the creation 0 lhl pil 1 r J yC 4U amlly, Insist on havlrs- We trust that Mr. Owings, in con. new county, - McCrearv. out of Soiite Lamp Oil nection with Representatives from portions of Whitley, Pulaski aiuhi Sootlass Odor-- k Smokeles3 - Wayne other parts of tha State, will carecounties. Mr. Siler savs it 3 Ccts no more than ln- A..Ut b... ..OV.- fully consider all of the provisions would be a great mistake to' Saves eyes; saves money, lour dealer has t iir Darrens a.rcct rom u' u f. or any roaa nui. 1 ne peooie ot establish KY. another courity there. STOLL OS L - CO.. LOaiSViLLS,Auto' Oil. CHAS. Ti!.li.rmii. "fnni- fioso'lne. Kentucky, want better roads, they j He is she Eleventh district member ., .. .. . j n.r, sz want them butlt in the best mannei of the Republican State Central and built for all time, but this de , Committee and a power in polUfcs j sire ought not to blind the member- - hi his section. Mr. Siler ot tne legislature to tbe .necessity prominently mentioned.for-on- e ofi where you will for anybody in the measure rigid t the place as delegate from tht provisions lor tne protection botb Eleventh districts to the Republican i j ' 1 -always find listed the bent of goods, which of the State and county treasuries National Convention. ! But it is no good objection to ? sold for fair margain of profit Goods Ky hill to say that Jefferson county wil pay more than it will get or a grea' right and sold right are the kind of m ! deal more than it will get. That i COMPLETE LIKE buy always pays inevitable; it does that today ir goods Coffins, Casketsland Robes. connection with the common school: has always been to give Motro of the State, and it is glad to do it All Mail, Telegraph or Tole Jefferson county does this becaus 'phone orde Promptly "to; our customers the very best goods Ayefs Hair Vigor keeps the it is the wealthiest countv in tb' . Filled.. scalp clean and healthy, State and because in this count .possible for the money. property is more highly assesaed destroys all dandruff, and "w $ " greatly promotes the growth elsewhere. than customers for the tf 4rTfr&&frcZtoX$& point in this discussion is no1 ot the hair. You will cerTbe continue arid asking as to the effect the State tax will tainly be pleased with, it as rofiage in the have upon the contributions tht a dressing for your hair. It HIGHEST MARKET PPJCE PAID ancCih-'thI different'connties . will make to a keeps the hair soft and F9P. RAW FURS AND HIDES smooth and promptly checks Write f&r prlc;- Woel w CofMRjisIon. lomuon fund bur it is whether th 5A any falling of the hair: It zA. Uit neatienlng system bears with anything like EstasHabedl837 tSxt-aC- " P .equality upon the State at large does not color the hair, and JOHN WHITE & CO, and whether the bill will secure j cannot injure the hair or scalp. Consult your doctor , Vernon, good roads at a reasonable expense about these hair problems. tender a tax rate, Stat. and countv Ask him what he thinks t)f 1 ot.ioo heavy for the different FQ8 FLETC'HErS FOR FLETCHER'S ; AyerVHjuV Vigor. r I Xd by tk J. C. ATX CO.. Eowll. ifaw.-- ' ( Advertising rates made known on laws ana penect impartiality in Vernon. Rock.'.i-il- e c mnty Ken- application dealing with a public question. ucky, eli at public outcry to the Louisville Posi highest bidder, on a credit of six 'months the following described Former Commissioner of Interna MEMBER OF re.d estate loca'ed in Rockcastle KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Revenue Tohn W. Yerke , who ftri Kentucky and on the T?iarmVllr. n v.aavc. mic in of Round Stone creek, and Kentucky, arrived in Louisville waters ixtu'ded on the North by the land last nicbt on his way f.om Wash fI H Hays, deceased', on the inotnn tn Dmiuillp ctr a hti.sii ,. . otonrvo ri kast by the lands of A. M. Sex -. e-..- -. resonableconsideratiouoleconcm'cdoot ofjhe Court.HorsPj ia Mt man's opinion, fighting mdelbo mg and crowding all who dtiT r from lrm. 1 Int. pgain, is a?'o-- l extreme. O.her people ha e their opinions, so have yon. Don't fall into the error of snpD'ishii! foi they will respect you more turning vour cmt every day, to match the cobr of theirs. t- -r l -- T JRt 1 T Is it F urniturc vou TT now aDout a ? nice Kus; t KJ Do you need a Table of any kinder description .:ip. c 11 1U1 iciim r,.-i- Photo GRAPHS AT OlCJiptU UUI wi Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town STUDIO -- , . I HAR DWARE -- ts We it j t- s B. McKenzie . 0 without ! ! ' m, , 1 1 j C s I vt-'d- 1 -- 1 1 at , It not that I -- I "iy Pct Cry rnd OASTO R A Realty Co. many nc , 'I t not ''.eciJng ai 11 with us .u r?: I ' i 1 in-ur- "' ,.., vhhnr .. -- 1 ,,.,, H I PEOPLE'S BANK Vernon, Ky, ley-Brva- I t ; ycyaoJyya I lS n--,n mnriiT? aSafftftjgfesSgy j ' JONAS Mckenzie -- IBt .,- r-orr- -- K AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, a t 'fr &a&xs$x&. jtypm&x&x&x&x&Z "No-Car.7-i- n. - --- - - V GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER' Brodh'ead Destroys Dandruff We bought that it Our to Thanking my past future, am e pab a :$ Yours.vfetruly, KJT-VT7M7TT7 FURS AND HIDES lftt Ky Coiw. GliildrenCry ' Ohildren Cry C ASF O.R1AV.CAS T.O R A , r-. c ts 7 j- - -'- - .- -- -"- H'7 H . r. h '" " 4 C i;-'J- . jgt- ,;-M- H&Samzrzs 'J&S. rasim.-ycujr- -- JSMi. r- -. - - -- . - R .. iVKiii'Aioe. r" i r-''j offic .. ' -' - hi if ii ii . T! 7J - r E r iii' twfrrvg--j- s. r lllial IM tl ,.. , - - iKgEaiEaEssgsEsaaieKcss 61 nZZXZ33ZX2SX3 OtiMdMl W. M MT SRNON KY. Feu 2 'i .1. jtin.uroiuer, .Mi.'iiij liMa . ns .Aitiiiins owiieh; A hi Richmond si rent,-- . ;oflice in rwoi.. ?mLmw& iiwn - 1 a e5SS33 ! Cult ap "No. 79vhen 17 JQ cate wt.tv;SlAli JOB) &&T Rockcastle is the jjauie of .a, pest T.igg county South V e.t Washing-- ' :KentuckyvVTc'xas . ou coumy. , ,. The star-rou- te b.ween Mt" is-iu. - ssra lii g? m&&&&& m mma lavjsm a& M WW htt ?m 'fesBau 'y -- Jr-ti- f. V Tt '' -' LOUiSVILLC 4 NASHVILLC R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 norm 24 nortn. - Vernon be discontinued as H)on js arrange ments,can be made id deliver mail from da. trains ai Burr' nnd-Orliiiuwiir-probably j j The only Bakmg Powder made .7romRoyai OrapeGreamciTartar 13 i S1 1 ALUfifl, KO LIME PHOSPHATta ". Ctiicajo Prof. T. A. and. Miss )fe iaSSLSaSSSSS here a mJ . (rWisioti of the, Lucille 3:53 located onibs anrnanen tiopKin?, 01 Geo tare l south 11:38 a tn iL.,& N. GaJveton, Ilome.At- - LexioeUui w're married in that IS AltlOII . DISCUSSED A HarBUWECT NOWADAYS, ' .'...... i2:ig,a m t2L South lanta, Arabia. Newfoundland and vening and reRev. I'Kgvpt Tas. Landrum, Agent. other ?UnmMiy-- ; turned "To jJiferiion yesterday. post offices.- They will go t Phone No. 58. after A prominent nhvs'cijn the prqpertv of Mrs. Mary' Nesbitts 0O149J1 Otnlaieut ha .Williams. ' Prof, Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice hearing of the curative properties iroustou has mail matter. as second-clas- s ofNesbitts Golden .bntmnt said .cured, hurus, tetlf! "SKzetna.itoh. made uu"v wirm Irienda durin' .. Al.1 If t CBntae8C, iiooo poison', 1.:- - i hebilieyed it would cure" pellagra in pur town, who sin- PERSONAL corn-?wyp.111 old ever which has been thought i curab-lGod.s ..... , Ti ...- .11;t,d . ureases, ce;elytt.ih for h;m and u .! IS K.n .1'.. SECOND A CLOSE Willie Cumratus was in Wildie Keej) ajar of it in Hie hote IN TIIEIB DAILY ;.f it TALK, chokes blsinRs.,,-Buy of at?oce for only 50 s Sunday Lost:- - A biack tan hound pup, i C, .Osyi Fty 9&&9tt" acre- ot land drog sfor. Viss Ruth Repeit has entered 8 mouths old, left home tne first eta at U. about 1. i.f Lningstoiu Welch-Morroschool. "Vl: Will pay lilieral day of January. BIG SHOWTT-Bigh- ow at Bank ,5o aTS ah mti mile North West Geo. C. Watkins was down from reward for his return cr inlormation Elall. BrndheVrrf -- Kj Saturday of'LivjiigjHoiiTi.. tfcres about 1 London on business Mondaj. leading to his' recovery. niRlit, Feb. 10 6y the Btodhead mj Sitith, of Livingston. 100 P" purd Hays, - Dramatic Club: The entitE pro-"- ' atrw about s'"ulc South East of Miss Maude Elliott, of London, ' Monday. Fehv Mt. Vernon, Ky." eecas wtll.tie S(iyi 'to D. ii. Al- - LiviijlMton was with Miss Anna Tate 'about 25 a res 1. . WE WILL OFFER BARGAIN7? THAT WLLL TEMPT THE Servu-pMrs. R. W. Dyche and daughter. the Bap- tirtgnt who tost h house and con-'- . mile South Eaat of Living stou. Regular at Kverybbd v come,, Livingston tist Church Sunday, February tents 'br fire, Bess, were in Mina Address, MOST CONSERVATIVE BUYER. ALL AVE ASK IS A enjoy, the evening and heio yesterday. MaGke. 4th 'at both hours. HEADING OF THE FOLLOWING: S John Feb2-4t.-- . Sunday School, at 10 a.m. woi thy cnis George Owens was in Crab . .... Danville, Ky. .Orchard Monday setting a nionu--men- Public, cordially invited to attend Since the 'Interior Journal ha' frt'et AjttHirts vvas arrested here all services. announced the faet that Rofkcnstle; Tuesday and" 'taken to London Teachors meeting, at Jtis.j county cannot afford two fairs, it is Wednesday to arswer a charge of-Miss Bessie Poynter basreturned "" from a visit to relatives in Crab Meadows, Friday evening- at? matter to lie regretted 'by the CLEAN7 UP It is claimed that Mullins CLE A XI 'V $14-7- 5 o'clock. Orchard. molers of the second institution, 'forged a check for a siu U amount' SALE PllIOE SALE PRICE T. C. Dr-ke-. pastor. that such an effort' was nTade, and for which hVsiefrds indicted inithe Fielden Cresr, of Whiting Kansas, has been visiting relatives in this Fred, a big fat man stretched we feel sure tht if the niatter had Laurel "Circuit Court 011 that Another rerort is that county recently. himself out in a barber's chair. aot goneso far in the way of organ-'chargi nation, the whole scheme would he Hlie check ' was paid by young Fred L Durham was in Brodhead The barber, fallowing the usual Monday to set. his brother, Brack, cutom, his face in a 2t2 promptly called off, in .response " tblMul litis, who held 6 receipt sigi'ed by Mr, f)upi tfTiom the cneck CLEAN-Uwho is very sick. degree towell, while he whetted such timely advice. Bats ' f U iett.ement of was" gh'eh JJbr SALE PRICE Mrs. O. F. WalJin and little his razor. . When he took the to'wel Roy Bea7."ey,.w o i an thesccnunt. Young Mullins does daughter, Bernice, speut the week .off Fred'ingaire.d if he he hid a for theMt Vernon ru.-hnot deny ..giving the clfeck but fork handy "I stu pretty gme rstr, suggests- a. mute, race to near Crab Orchard. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED TO WEAR SATISFACTORY ClaitliR he t&t givctj. otbai: before Mr. and Mrs. Burt Coleman, of my face is done, but if ou have a ridden by Qur county oiKcers tut iv.tv M'Uirli ha'nlniiup fork hindy you might stick it in would surelv be a plum swht. - .. . ;. Danville, were here p.iio by tns father. Young Mullins and Fee " One or Uvo-o- f said rjfiizers kicked., , first; of the week. . ' iia? .had a rather vined career in 1 . first IS When hhsll be the dales pi tl.e at the :iea at c' saying they lui-- .the last two and 1 jgj Joe'Dickerson and L. H. Davis. yeirs, startinsr out ' fear" of a ro'ile r fair? This is a question that has a nattirnU-orA. H Hamlin were up from Livingr. 8S pastor on--- : t'hrtvtiau church A - lL4....hJl JV I.iU.L ta J.kJ !W J-- L LIIIlIv, Some how. fjejzJev proptsd to funush at ' caused no little comment. during he week. ston iUrboursvihu, chci selling auto- - R ., ,. , pi x Jlk EL. fh(zp Mrtrci . or one dale and Mme awlhcr mw1 nri .nitV 1... PniMni. t i ltle W. C. Best, a nephew of James "at sH .. The 7- -8 and 9, the dntes named 01 a ino'.mt they desire even -if he ". . . ..bj...X.. 7VT. r j Ma'ret. this pi ice. will be married at rvi ui Miiiu.i;u 1. icw lersev anaJ are the only dates :frn"n the Best Quick Action the Least as Shrevefport, La , on Feti. 15th. at ,hd: the Inst qt Jnly until September Saute w.- u Mts. H. D. Magee and Mrs. and some think' those dates the iud idons.tiseofslrnns in A sirlnWl W I . J El 1 J. f.i V" l . . . . luuuuac.iwa ttiei?Lnm announcing Satterfield, of Louisvillf . are with one to take, while others say that levcan ne ticflon tn theanimnu' i .. . r thedeat4ibt hih father, Rev. T. A. Sparks. -their sister. Mrs. R. LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH on account cf Brodhtad coming to prevent their felling. ofiv l. Mn'ltns- who Ylied last Friday ' . A. B. Furnish spent Saturday the next week, it woitld."be better PROF. C W. WRIGHT TEND- - marring.until yesterday in Gallatin count to come earlier or later, and-w- ith "Young MhlHnS was' released oa:f FJIS HIS RESIGNATION --: looking after some business matters the latter this paper heartily agrets ' ,. AS PUIWIPAL "ibail. 0 James V: nhoolc, of London", was for we do not believe it will be BRODHKAD SCMOOb" here yesterday and purchased a lor the best interest ol eithei tood-mule'TI'OH SAfiE-.-Tsix In tPndprin, my lvsignutimi-afarm near Wabd from Dr. G institution to have the fa r so ' yearoJS; ajjplf to Price. close together and v.e certainly principal of the 'itrodlwttd J? L., Bkyant. nti J ' TF ' :.- r "" iTt w Mrs. Linda Benton will probablj hope that satisfactory dates can Sehortl; I fcelrtt the sarae time T ,.a .'"!. Mt. Vernon. fHF' LcaSil in . Mt. Vernon be arranged either earlier or later, should thank publicly the icple" , make her home Rirrifllliojlfl fnv lto 'hncnifulil 11 CKDAKViLLE. providing she can secure a desirable go as to give the fair goers a little ff The Place Where the Styles Come From rest from one to the other. Those shown my .self and wife in. theii'' house. nrdst.jvud especially .our mnafc J Jliiriseu 'Nicely hought:of Cossie ' -8 and qth go upou Rev. George S. Watson is acting who favor the 7the theory that no matter how officieufcehbol Jioard comrrmflS.fNiBrton twv lare, voRe of WJJ5. Sj'g&Li&a&aEesBgas principal of the Graded School th is Houstons they come, tile one will not in the' 'of thtr ftniowing vnjem hers-- : F Cattle. Lasale Doan" was intbi Prof. week during least injure the other, and there is Francisco, Pj'Psident; Chs. riar.t, pa t IboKing tot some cattle. t absence. certainly no desire upon the part Sect'y; A. J. 'niggard, B. C.And- Joseph Renner,, of .Mt. Vernon, llev. Geo. Tinsley, will preacn at erson, W H. Albright, and W. T. was in tbisvicinlty Friday night. theChristian'j(hurch, Sunday morn- of any one connected with either "wilfully do Brooks, for the'sploiidid manner ot the institutions to G. W. Bowman and Walter ing and evening. You are cordially in which they 'liave dtsclfavged Reynolds anything to injure the other dispute and ?' invited to attend these services. , heir duty, Bowrharj. came outj-wita -- black has returned Miss Bertie Stone Pike county has a post, office' The metnbers-0f'oT- ii" School' eye: to her home in Monticello after a namel Iamberee. From the follow- Bord have befi.ready 'uni'.tvil-- J " " ff S! V ,afev dF 'KinfrlifhnifimHils;(k'p'artli-I - W ' .. I 1. .11 . 0 ! i six weeks visit with her cousin?, ing, article it appears that Laurel hiingacau crmesto aosny-ctimgri- .!. I Ure Mr BaVitle. ItTa ho. ''where he Misses Ella and Willie Francis. county po.st offices 'lave beea on thPir power" for tire upbildinr'b-'sJheefiring a locomotive, fl'i Miss Geoigia McFenon and something: ol the kind: A London ortnes-nooi- . Mie past mtnnhereon a three .months curing year they, have enhirgcd thu .viku'.io his father Miss Kefauver went to Berea Sat Bunch.w.utonanexcur-.!on- , and uncle urday to hear Sbilberts Hungarian late cold spell, to Foriston and school ground to iibmit twice: it.s Uock John H&bard is preuarii Lynu Camp .where they greatly former swz.Jv.ive placed, a utw Oichestra at the College Chapel. fencHirfVud:fi.NiiiK.fo fafm'i.uJ ' ' TI Misses Louis McCavand Georgia etvjoyei a bkale on the Lake and jtencrATnthegrouiid au3 Iue u :cle Joiu okfc bhHsi :hn,i? ? . d the old Frogpond. It was ..pretty;j Miller, left Monday for an extend to &&& rtiiTnU'L "i visit to relatives in Frank tort, cold but Jackaiidy, Rolo..u;" ments iii aiTd .about" thrj scaopl.dwR he trav'eled'for I .". ; Lexington, and other Central Ky.,. WhortSr.-Eletche- r Andrews, Hart buildings,-- ' If is lijso their ifft-'- n- Vn .'udiTJooVliig Tor knotlief farm,! . . Bohan, Orawjord, Brock, Chester f.inn in Vlio oivin'ir t5 set' out.a;-bu- t Cities. s Ktstonse- - h'e .conldtfcrt' ' Vl.'U.u V4tai;'. IU- -, Cruise, and others Were Abel to number TOoresliaae trees'. Vith fi,:d One-. that suhed him likp-- i Miss Bess Sparks who underwent r j ". ouiie- such two add the pleasure ot the bought .th ma a serious operation abput ladies, Dorthae, Ioniii; '' Lida, Lrly," can be mace second fo none m J fjjrtp. hakr,o.mg the years rent awY Weeks ago, is improving--rapidliCl. Lohu-relating soifffi renurk-abl- this part of tha State Ihe pres.;i2od'cross ties be paid Sf 200.. for it and will soon be ready to leave and adventures in the Xorisjo on ' board should be Comeback :'and see ins to be satisfied the hospital. yhile.on this trip-th- trj "couuty. interest thty 1 .bet'er -thAii tver Eldridge Dyr The two small .children, of Willie met a Templer (probably a knight) plimented for tlie ... , ... ... .. . i matiirest in. the vetltare of the twaS iii this utffty ' Saturday t$?, ' ' Renner, near iransford, have p'neu- - whose pilgrimage had iiicludea the schoorand its work. . i'ng up Union and said. rhonia fever. Thos. G. Parson, a, 2 sandy domains and such place's as ve now have witll us a-- j the team would be ready to initiate As W. Parsons, of the brother of John Cane Cree.c, Abmgton, BJackwater number of ieadieiis in the" 'Nor with all Iwlltf jpips- Wednesday;. n.igb Y ildie, section is veary low Atlanta, Andes, and Oakley, wheni mal jcJass" and others, have ex uro. fever. .. .i3'er renieatne Udd Fellow typhoid he couldeu't talk he shook a Bush, pressed "theij intention iia.enteriHall to" do"thefr work which the Cincinnati ihri'Tiiis.is v - "best selected-good- s LOCAL this is where he met a suffragette I woulvl like-iosa- y jubehalfof the'the third time Bro. Dyer hW had invite you to call and inspect fords and he was afraid to Sasser.- - Titus-ha- scuooi uiai.inetsoaranas securea tha time set to organize 'his union'.- Let Fish clothe .ym once and the Grit to' conless that' he a co.-atcnprincipal e per-j- J. " H. Taylor says h- - has bougltt line "gFish will clothe you always. favored women sufirage and claimed son o ;"NIiT. h: Lisens- and thef Ht H. Wlittikcrs' saw. milf and n- tj. Special Spring Tailorin g sale bo1 if giveu the ballot and aUowedTjoJ wonc . this spact for special announce- i wuiiconiintio v;tthout any .fixtures .and is troine into hiisiii'ii. "" today and tomorrow at Fish's Big ivote Viva Vose Victory wonid be "t t ' TL break yhatovcjr: .. at once. EgttrIenner bought txvo next week Clothing Store. ' theirs and there wouldlbe a. mighty, ; Brodheajalias, ' .school x. of Lcalves from WIter-JRI- ce .Tor $10 The officers and. stockholders of rattling of 3rv bones froin Rock- wiuuti.amr-uiji- y two caseSaofs &3rg?wtii. le.et, proua -- ux uweus reports - ... .... K fi the Mt. Vernon Fair Association, castle Springs to, Mershons, (X and' in handihg'it 1 Roads), yea even Bernstadt, "the MiitliQn desire ; to : met Tuebday accoidiiigto agree nd Napoleonjfli,mf:, e. of the Swiss, -- Ma plvtlle. thanusi to yehool 'Baird,,DSlit8i'Ma,U2lTter.D- r- OCvelicKiik' . - rcSs.--L- l' n nient and went to look out a " "" I a Two suitable places wjere Bildrock, "Tad AUamout woulai .. tlotf : see . w n na rrt, m 11 1 ' vshake in tbek boats auijlhe kTed n esd ay. found, one on the east side of town, Aug tf. "J the; property of W. M. Poyuterand of their quaking reach-uijtT PlArfrt tt?lt Vf? l.a&X ln...l -jKENTUCKY j ' , S,..i.--v,i...-? .Ji,. . ,yuu tHJ UCCII uunu . ' . .. k .you iy .. i ot;i-vsn- t .theoth r, on the west side of town, Topton, Pittsburg, Marydell, Les- - r r.. cancer .on Her tace: wtm v' "3: c fulnro-siiqcestWef property dfC 18. TToet 7Al the bas,,Langran Keayy, Hazel P,itfh o .the is tti a sfriDus condition and is nob- rt . Tuesday night meeting, the ques- and East Berostadt shaking, '.th'etn, school, IAm.-- .' long James'Bgli ' expected t c -C5 c'H ' tion of locatioa will be considered from center to circumfejeucji..-- :X'et - ; Veryresrjectfulljr, . - hs improving from a severe attack: . "W " au(f a .site selected; " . " ' "' '" , , Lem'sbake. -" r "lfe'''; J fe--r - SB7.-"i '. . '.U. VV. Wrifftlt. nrinenal.nl apr tine: .2 rsryv?r r; t y&gf I ttT-i S5". Ho-iston " 4.4G p rn 'Ulere will be iu pref.chii tLe Presb terian chuich Sunday. The as or, Rev. S. Watson Ieae tonight for lan. ' where he preaches "for T. C: Michel on Sunday. g at . i I Pittsburg. Boston ?: VI Be - L. i 1 1 j? I i t y 11 BUT I I are-some- .house-keepingi- n. ran CI othin I CJ e , For rVlen and Youns: Men A REASON - -- AXD - . tniW-Nort- h w THERE'S - f. s ... -- .- . 1 TSJ NEXT 10 DAYS $12.50 SUITS t. . ' a $20 00 SUITS - pro-rforger- $7.75 e. $lb. 00 P I Suits $9,75 er i.-- - r with-relative- s J - - i ,',"., n -- avi : not-Ube- n Ta 1 1 . 1?.-- r- - PevfMc. afW1 1 T Uri WHAT WE NEED -- CASH L 1 fcrt M I - "1 1 NOW Gets, For Money i'l.-jWI...- " - . -- c . - -- - -- w- s ....... v n lTr;iJfitf-V:K3P- s,"T- -i ttf--- ! rj I -- s. -- -- . had-alitt- ie -- 3L "-4- . . , n NTF 1 - hs?tn -- i- - to'idytorpqter jniwV(pfjh . , TS, Jof-$mooun- d '. r- - :'r . .:. to-lii- - - - inaagemnfr.-th.ompasv6naJwTiaiiiso"li- -- y, -- e '-- ".- the-Eattn- ers - - -- . bought from J.W. Baker, had intended to quit business. But conditions having changed, decided to continue, and in' my store you will find "over 7,000 worth of the zwlnich We Watch ment Ha.ving disposed of the entire- - stocK ox goods market :i 4 t in-th- -T-o- ur . -; j--t - loca-jplac- t JeipniiimQhiaf . .j-n-e H,HAMLIN,tiviHflSton -- o ..: ,,-..- . S":r ?if4rfl5-v"'W- .-- so-ioM- j; - .ps-for'- the s' - v xc to-Jas- ? .' - - " ,- ''--- 1 ...-.,,-.--'",- . T.& ".V- ' - -- v.-"-r- -:'- -' - -V vy--5S5?vr'- ". - ".- - " ' - -- .'.''" " ' sw4"'- ' M5nsBpr'-S4i-g;-3-fs- -- , .. ii' ".-"- " I-- i . j M ?' .. . FHI-I- 13 FADED A. J.ST. &. ' m- - '& ' mmHimmmmmig.immxm mrsm vr K t&at &0 The cdfcbKted Dr. Abemrthy of London was Gttaly or UK f$in6& stomach were the nKt prolific Bonn of rtfahn iUffiteU . JeMfal:. A dersof the every teeiiig, emotion uuu nucbuuu J ..w. . -- y recent medicai writer say . t .i enc --- - --em ot eanef v .iri fho cfnmarn is hhcuieu aecuruinuiy. rougn stomacn . hntv UUv, Hisineyiuuwiiiraui !. . ., . . h.--- ?nic on to show that ttie stomacn IS ... r .l k.. .... saiu lO live linruuvnu j uic ,", ; . i tfimnlis ond the consequent inaisesiian i k,i. l?or multitude' of various diseases which result therefrom, no or dyspepsia, and the medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than tt STRONGER THAN HIS STefflASH- - WIST W IffiNG KW , -- .,.t, wlr" "'" "'. " :.-nu:- -5 . ilmhnnniii WWWIIWIB .'. ifiHiikgffW liiai nrvil'i 5r t .JQffilU WIN fflTO Hit .IHUb. OR .- ! IMEJEJLV.tojfetTO HRD (MWVII "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. " Several months tgo I suffered from a severe pain right writes Mrs. G. M. Mubkkk, of under the breast-bone,-" Corona, Calif. "End suffered from it, off and on, for sevdid not know eral years. I also suffered from heart-burmedicines what was the matter with me. I tried several it was my but they did me no good. Finally, I was told When liver. I did not dare to eat as it made mo worse. faint-1-ever I swallowed anything it seemed that I would so. I rrew very thin and weak from not eating. W niH fn tai.-- T. Ptoren's Golden Medical Discovery. I tx five bottles of it, and could feel myself getting.bclter.fr T fmiii en t alittin without nam anQ'PJ rct firwcn strong fast. I am strong and well and can dewa .' work with case. Can eat.everything and r ...I i. ii ..iT;.-".- -won ,lenu iv. J. win say u an suuiaua fWh has my undying gratitude." licrce. i.o n, feank and File of. the Party In That Great Section Recofl- . nize His Worth. HAS REDEEMED HIS PLEDGES HU Actions Vv M mnf' r r',fc" W' TV urt n - .i. as Chief Executive ef tho State of New Jerssy 8how His Political Ability and In tegrity Loyal to People. BY CHARLES G. HEIFNER, -., fin'Mui irmw i .n' Kss-Murke- ... w, .,.-i- i,. k$m nmmHiiin A loans is jThid 'i' homi to bankgooia horns institution, Ourmen. Itare amade right here at is home institution fdrm'rs and business fiur Home Institution of a checking account, 'nnmmmna tor our ho.ne people We will pay you good interest on your idle ""fundb. Make a, deposit and then pay your bills with your parsonal S check. Ic is vjry simple, convenient and safe. Call and we gladly ex- ou will always ml IiaVv; a rocoip- - which c.unoi hi dispjted. The endorsed check, which the is incontestible proof (wiil ls r.jiiirnel. tj you..if.if.kl tlii.! linnl-- t r of the paymentTfofirrni bill t ?f?" rA..H .. ,1 tilif. lrnni .u.u .i u,..m in vino in 1 OUT Hl.ri".v i3jiii;u-iiu.jui.. it may bi lost or stolen. (J vy it in yo w jio'k't or leave it at home ill Come in and leu us tsilk these matters over with you. plain the many . u ii-- ni. g THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY .mmmm: LiiiU5 'mmMim mJ Self-Loadin- .Jl g Shotgun MODEL 1911 This new Winchester has all the good points of other recoil operated shotguns and many distinct ive features and improvements besides. Among them are Nickel steel construction, which gives surpassing strength and safety; and a reloading system that will handle all safe loads without readjustment. 12 GAUGE, me Arms Loch one ever Co at your dealer 's or ten J to the rVinehe$ter Repeat' New Haven. Conn , for a Jescriptitt cinular. IT WORKS WEZI, WITHr All, LOADS. w A IMPr iliTuTmffilStwBfeS JJTOLOADING WyJn i k ifeEfTrSWfvwJwESasSBfc t StSSMmk. SwSlwm SHOTGUN -- aC " Chairman of Democratic State Com mlttee of Washington. I know pretty accurately the sentiment of 'the rank and file of the democrats of the West. They are strongly in favor of Woodrow Wilson for our Presidential nominee next year. I feel sure that this statement will hold good in every state west of the Mississippi River. I recently spent some time in the east on business that brought me in touch with a number of influential businesa men. Incim dentally I have had occasion to discuss political conditions with these men and I am glad to say that, regardless of past party affiliations, I find them strongly in favor of Governor Wilson. It is not difficult to ascertain the cause of this faith and trust and confidence on the part of farmers, wage workers and business men in the political ability and Integrity ol Woodrow Wilson. He kept the faith. A year ago while a candidate for Governor of New Jersey he made certain pledges andppromises to the people of that trusnrldden state. The people took him at his word and elected him, the first democrat to be elected Governor In that state in sixteen years, and to the gratifying amazement of all honest men and to the utter consternation of the political tricksters he and his loyal suDDort- ers in the legislature proceeded to enact laws and carry out plans in ex- ' act conformity with his pledged word to the people. Among the plain people everywhere he has come to be regarded as a man whose performances square with his promises. Just such a man Is imperatively needed as the chief executive of the United States. Having demonstrated his practical ca pacity to accomplish things In hit own state, though one branch of the legislature was of opposite political faith, it is not surprising that there is such an overwhelming demand for his elevation to the White House. All Favor Wilson. I believe the State of Washington Will send- a delegation to the next Democratic National Convention favorable to Governor Wilson for oui presidential candidate, and I might say further that I believe he Is thf only democrat who can get the elec toral vote of that state, and other Western States. We democrats ou' there are not unmindful of the merit ed consideration which other great democrats are receiving at the hand: of their fellow citizens throughou-thcountry, but we believe Governor Wilson, more nearly than any othe' avowed candidate, typifies In his record and his personality, those quali ties and characteristics which tht average American is proud to see ex einpllfied in the President of hit country. Hence, his popularity ir the East, the West, the North and th South. His record as a scholar, a educator, an historian and as stu d'ent and writer on social and eco a An sfbfe&kut the5 fahfatigfc of Kfaegroel' sktills ivbr& J)nt into the una Dy .two nappenmgs oatu, II,7; I1II.19U ! whichRro Wkh. I.BIIIl?t I Fill occurred the other day. , Following a quarrel, a negro, . VofefSOf Both Parties Sure Best Henry Lewis, was shot four times InterestsCot' Country Will' Be m lhe faead at a range of less than ' After penetrating the SecvecfcbfrHiS" Election. the fiesta flattened and dropped to the floor. The man CONFIDENCE i.J TAFT LOST was taken to hospital, but was soou petmiited to go to his home. Another Renomlnatlon of Present Chief Ex- His assailant escaped. colored man. William ecutive Vill Mean That ProgresPuffen. sive Republicans Will Turn while harnessing a mule was to New Jersey Statesman. kicked on the head and knocked down. Getting to his feet, he BY HON. FRANK G. CANNON. Former Unfted States Senator From , discovered the mule lying on the v Utah. ground. Examination showed I have traveled In ten states since ' that its leg was broken. Puffen leaving Colorado a month ago. The cry of the Progressives in these states i was taken to the Germantown Teas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Mebras- - hospital, where six stitches were ka, ..South Dakota, Wisconsin. Iowa. put in his scalp. Philadelphia llinois, Indiana and even Missouri Ledger. 3 for LaFollette and Wilson. The 'regressive' Democrats want the Re- King Fireflv (with much feeling) lublican pauy to nominate Robert m. I once loved a woman but, alas, -- aJlollette for the presidency; so that -the Democratic party shall lose she married. if the People will win. Baron Rubberneck (sympatheticAnd Progressive Republicans want ally) Whom did she marry? ie Democratic party to nominate King jb'irefly (in a deep tone of roodrow Wilson: so that If the Re- iblican party shall lose still the manly grief) .She- married me.' eople will win. You will observe that the Progres-v- e 'Raz Barlow got up the other Dove ha3 at la3t learned wisdom morning just, after the big sleet , om that wily old Serpen the and slipped on hjs pants. Ex. whoEe iavorite plan has been telect both candidates, subscribe to For Sale House in a good oth campaign funds and then let neighborhood in a widow lady ae People, In deadly earnest, fight three stories high and heated with useless battle. Perspnally I fear that the Progres-Iv- e furnace. Algrpa Advance. -.. .... Children Cry for Ftftither'i fifeet. the-tiulle- ts in use for over 30 years, has The Kind You Have Alwavj Boucht, and "which, has beem Dome the signature of and has oeen made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" I ( goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neithci Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Dlarrhcea and "Wind 'Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bovrels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor PareOil, GENUINE 4 -- - CASTORIA Bears the Signatui ALWAYS - Sys-am- The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CtWTAU COMAWT. TT. (afMcJu MUWBAr STWttT. NIW YORK CrTT- -. ( Interests are desperately determined to prv.ent a LaFollette term in the White House; and their financial aid makes the machine almost resistless. Frankly, I do not believe in this talk of a fatal breach between President laft and Big Business. On both .sides it looks like a calculated quarrel, a v Republicans cannot control their convention. Republicans Playing Politics. Tho machine is powerful, inslduous, and experienced. The office-holdin- g "Hard-workin- g wife you've got Bill". "Yep, I wish I'd a couple more like her." , You are probably aware that pneumonia always results from a cold, but you'never heard of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough Remedj' was used. Why lake tbe risk when mpinrfrflmn nlnvnil fni noHnnol .! this remedy may be had for a tertalnment. . The need of suh an triffle? For sale by Chas C. Davis. affectation of battle is too ob lous. Despite his earnest work, the people, had no faith that President Taft would solve our vital! problem and restore the' government to the custody of the people. A play was needed. It is being played. But there remains Wilson, whose nomination by the Democratic convention can only be prevented by insanity of perfidy or both. OtLer candidates are able; thej have sin- I. : XL. tfERNOH .- DpKET CD. -. 1 RACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTO AND I 3 5 S H2 s,2 S CASTORIA Por Infants and Children. The Kind YoifHaYi Always Bought Bears the Signature &&ffi&c&u jE SEE - e cere advocates. But the Progressive Republicans as well as the mass of Democrats want Wilson nominated; and it is the Progressive Republicans I whose votes will decide the issue. i If Taft shall be the Republican nominee, Progressives of his party would Mt Vernon, turn, almost en masse to Wilson and Wilson is the only possible DemHome and office in the late resident ocratic nominee to whom they would r. Myers formerly occupied on Olo tSiiB turn. They will not leave Taft Main St., Mt. :,Vernon. lajorder to vote for any Democratic ally of the Interests. They will not desert their own party to caance any Humiliating experiment with the othC. C. er! They want to preserve their ATTORNEY-AT-LAand at the same time per- W. T. FRANCIS, ;S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of for the company. JJwork Hearse sent to all points Er Orders by wire promptly tilled. Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building 3 couch;metali Robes. ccaskets Coffins and GEORGE OWENS, PHCXNE 9ifBSjBB EMBALMKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky, enti f 2 2 Manager lis lUUiUUUlUUlflUUlUllUlUlUUUUUliUlUUliUlUiUUllUUl self-respe- ct Williams, W, Bad Spells " I luffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was n, almost and had to give up. We had three doctors: All the time, I was getiing worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui trjal, 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 1 Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- Allows five shots in lightning succession or deliberately as desired. Three to get the cripples. Minimum recoil. Not a single ounce of muzzle energy lost Part of the recoil, ordinarily absorbed by shooter's shoulder ' is utilized to operate the mechanism. Handles heaviest ammunition easily and accurately. Solid Breech, Hammeiless, Safe ! JZemilgfori-VMCh- e perfcct shooting combination. Send for Descriptive Folder REMINGTON fiS&StCTCST&SEaEKSC ARMS-UNIO- N Z9 slu-Xj METALLIC Uroadwar. New York City CARTRIDGE CO. yiSirTi WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY VIA TO I ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL FARTIGUIARS. CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN& CRESCENT OB TOUTE MUR H' Vi I H. C K1NQ, Passoneer nd Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON. KY. 3g5ggSrSl5iilLa iw 35H7TBS- - UrHDESTAKEE il nt ?r wim-im&-i Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ished orator, a great statesman and our logical leader In solving the grea industrial and finapclal questions which now disturb the business world and which the republican party has proved Itself incapable either to un derstand or to solve. Governor Wilson is progressive in that he is not wedded to the mildewed past or tc precedent to such an extent as tc make him timid and afraid to meet thf demands of the present hour. I an" for him because he stands for genuim representative government the actual rule of the people after careful consideration of all governmental matters coming before them. Ht would free trade and commerce o' the Imposts and handicaps with which they are now burdened. He woulc place on the statute books a law reg ulatlng Inter-stat- e commerce so clear so' concise, so Just and so definite tha all men and r.ll corporations would no be left In doubt as to whether the' wero complying with or violating th. law. He would thus place our Indus trial affairs upon a solid and legit! mate foundation, freed from uncer talnty and distrust. In his Tecord as Governor of Nev Jersey he has literally lived up to ant exemplified In his 'every act honored tenet of democracy: "Equal rights for all, special privilege? to none." He will bring to the discharge of hli duties as chief magistrate of the na tion, the right scholarship of a Ban croft, a Lowell and a. Hawthorne, al of whom held political office; he wll have had'the experience that corner front practical administration ant executive responsibilities, and in every respect he will worthily rank with, those other great leaders of democracy whose achievements make brighter and more glorious the pages of American history. These are some-'oJttreasoBS why I am for him and why the American people are for him. th-tlra KY. J"OFFICE. - On 2rd. floor o Wilson's Faith In Publicity. TheBank of Mt. Vernon , on Chnrch At all .times and places, says a writer in .Success, Woodrow Wilson street. Special attention given has counselled opening our govern- to collections. nomlc subjects all combine to equip mental processes to the light. Thus Phone No. 8o. him to be just what he is today a finat Minneapolis: '"" nite connections with men who are engaged in business on a large scale, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER and the suspicion which attaches to the machine itself has begun to attach also to business enterprise just because these connections are known to exist.1 If these connections were 4fc-- open and avowed, if everybody knew just what, they involved and just what use was being made of the alliance there would be no difficulty in keeping an eye upon affairs and in controlling them by public opinion. But, unfortunately, the whole process of in America is a very oh. scure one. There Is no highway of ' gislat!on, but there are many byways." At another .line he paid this humorous tribute to publicity: "Thereis od6 very disturbing quality in man, and I have experience 1 't myself. and, I dare say you have. When you are a long way from home and see no neighbor from near your JDENT1ST home you give yourself an extraordinary latitude Jin your conduct, but MT. VErtNON KY. If you Were on the desert of Sahara Office at residence on Main St and met, one of your immediate neighCrown and Bridge "Work bors coming the otKer wa on a,camel Specialty. Work guarai tefr you woull behave yourself until h got out of sight." form a high public service. MT. VERNON. that the political machine upon which it looks askance has certain very defi- "Everycommunity is vaguely aware 3 C. McCLtfR r JffljiA? tu- ARDU I Woman'sTonic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would" mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, 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 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. this-purely TAKE law-makin- g Stanford. Kv. hf Special writ to: Ladies' Advisory Depl. Chattanooga Medlcta rn rmtMrHna. Tm., Instructions, aad64-pa- e book, Home Treatment tor Woaea." Mat frw. JOT R. W. DYCHL c&kS&x$83 9&$p$pc& Reaching the Root. "Radldil"" meanV 4,rootlcal" and .. . --- i it- - root '-uxtf ot laene una uicitaj the things, We, supposed we. wer.fr electing our puimc officials. We were, ... Chas. ,C. Davis s3?Pj??-oRj'Q3'C3'C r-- A. iulh . H ku I 'H " e electing tnem, but were'nbt selecunr them. Certain .gentlemen jn private office were, tqaftln upthe jlates and then permitting' ua to accept them. I . want to have a voice inlhe selection of men I shall advocate. What "is j "radical?" Why, merely. gWag- - back. to tho ' communities' of New Jersey what they sup'posed tfiey; fiad ail , There are lots of Drug Stores'in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Dfu Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, tosrOODROW. V, WILSON. . MtlilVeifion Mintunental Coffinsfurnished MU4S, lEW. Hearse sent to all parts of the County " PNEUMONIA ith a fretful cough aud fcft S&I had spells when I could veryi na:rdWRwtbo forlOto-2- 0 minutes. My doctor could not help ue, out l was completely cured by RHEUMATISM Of WWKihmJr- t- ' N. RHEUMATIC lEKEBY " I & ffl All orders by Wire Promptly Filled; v- 1 M Phone 94-- S W. A. COX, ' .?' ?a?-- J m&S&&& k on application., 1 GEO. aW'ENS iBroprT. 112 v. - iiijgggffgigg .- MT VEENON, KY DR. KING'S New Discovery Moat, paiMt rCHCM tk iiw. aA y., t- JJuT Vr- - ', ,a .It m txnMK. i'mwi pwiw-R- r Granite Monuments of all mmcUL&0i;Ml kinds. Estimates furnished f 3catenicfc, ' M Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, HL RttANMI.WATAlL MUkIITS. I MinHMM I I I Lta2JSXS2LsSSlsJsfJ Br.-- MM ,riiTII1 1 iita imaTliiiliri ITI rt Pfiohe alfinicMtM T Ghas C Davis, Phone No. 39 - D ruggist MT. VTRNON, K Y. tp$Pf& -. -- St. A .'Mr , K. - W-- i Eftb 2-- s