FOR WOMEN ONLY.
That is the nature
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the one remedy for
Judge Kirk in the Race for Appellate Judge
drugs. Made from native
Tromcn which contains no alcohol and no
medicinal forest roots. Dr. Pierce tells its every ingredient on the
physicians and some of the bet medical authorities endorse these
ingredients as being the very best known remedies for ailments and weaknesses
peculiar to women.
UZZTZTZl 1. Lurrei, VI jjuiiKsuia:,
XU13 13 Truss
Ky., says: "I feel it my duty to writo r.nd tell you what
your medicines have dono fcr no. I was a great sufferer
for six ycara from a trouWo peculiar to women, but I am
thankful to say, after taking four bottles of your Favor! to
Prescription' I am not bothered with that dreadful dlseaso
any more. I feel llko a new woman. When I first wroto
you for advlco I only welshed 113 pounds now I welsh 1".
"I thank you very much for your kindness. You havo
been as a father to me In advising mo what to do, so may
God bless you in every effort you put forth for good.
"I hope this testimonial will bo tho means of some poor
suffering woman recking health."
THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE
.Wiitesburg, Letcher County, Ky.
Published Every Thursday.
Karl E. Davis, 20 years a printer.
at the postoffice at Whites
bum. Kentucky, under the
Congress of Aujr. 9. 1873.
The Eagle is authorized to announce Judge Andtew J.
Kirk, of Paintsyille Johnson county, as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this the Seventh Appellate District, subject
to the action of the Republican Primary, August 3rd. 1912.
Judge Kirk, has served two terms as Circuit Judge of the
Twenty fourth Judicial' District, having been elected the last
time without opposition for the nomination or election. He
is well qualified to fill the office of Appellate Judge. He was
born and reared in the mountains of Kentucky and knows
the wants of the people. He.is the logical candidate and
should receive, tho nomination. Montgomery county has
named the Appellate Judge- for this district for the past
years and the peopTe of the , mountains are determined this time to name the candidate. Laying in the mountains does not necessarly disqualify a man from holding this
office. Go to the Polls August 3rd. and vote for Judge Kirk.
edition, answers hostt
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, newly revised
about which every woman, single or married ought to know.
em matrial, far away from
kets and railroad and unable to
do anything except what it does
itself. As you go thru think of
the cost, too. Over two weeks
of hard labor, $100 worth of
blank news stock, $400 worth of
and a million dollars
wear andtear. You say
Webb and Davis are fools.
acknowledge the corn, but justify ourselves by claiming it is all
for our country and your sakes.
While the rest of the world is
marching on we want to be up
and doing, too. Dqyou see?
Go forth, noble bird,
Thy mission to fulfill,
Fly into the dark recesses
Bearidg peace and good will.
Our country is thy jesting place,
Our dead sleep on thy hill.
In all. over all,
May God his peace distill.
And, by the way, when you
criticise us for writing good
things about our "boys" remember we are trying to set ideals
and expect everyone of them to
come right up to the mark set.
Don't let our idea of you be a
living falsehood but help us to
make our word good.
T.I K V.
Display ads. per inch
" " column. ..$4.00
Local Notices will be charged
or at tne rate ot ten cents per
ne for first insertion and five
cents a line for each succeeding
The Eagle is authorized
to announce Hon. Roscoe
Vanover as a candidate for Circuit
Judge subject to the action of the Republican primary Aug. 2, 1912.
We are authorized to announce John F. Butler, ofPikeville, a candidate for Circuit. Judge,
subject to tho action of the Republican
party. Primary Aug. 2, 1912.
nouncement of .Judge Andrew J.
Kirk of Paintsyille as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Judge of the Court1 of
Appeals. Judge Kirk has always
FARMER AND HUSTLER
been a mountain man closely
identified with our people and its
interests. Heretofore the blue-grasections of the Seventn
Appelate District have named
the man for Appellate honors
and it looks like now it is time to
give the mountains a chance.
The primary comes off August 3.
W. Burdine Webb
In case no one else announces in
Burdine Webb is about the
the Eagle for this office we will
best known newspaper and magadvise all our friends to whoop azine
writer in this end of the
'em up for Judge Kirk.
State. He is also a hustling
farmer and is responsible for the
great patronage given the Eagle
In the first paragraph of the lately in the up river and Jenkwrite-u- p
of the First National ins sections.
He is married
Bank of Jenkins the year should and resides on the old Webb
be 1911 instead of 1811. Also in homestead at Sergent.
third paragraph the year should
WILEY W. GIBSON
be 1912 and not 1812.
From his early youth Wiley
Gibson of Maykingtook to woodwagon
A good 16 horse-powsaw mill or will accept making &c, "just like a duck
a job of sawing by 1000 feet. takes to water. He is one of our
years ex- best all round, mechanics. For
Have had twenty-fiv- e
perience in handling machinery some years he has been in the
and the manufacture of lumber. lumber business and is now the
So anyone wanting to buy a good owner of one of the best steim
mill cheap or having timber they savy mills in his section. If you
want sawed into lumber or ties want; lumber or whole forest cut
into building material you will
will do well to address,
do well to see Mr. Gibson.
W. H. Brown,
ABOtJT THIS ISSUE
For tyo weeks we have been
In the Jenkins section of this
poundiiig- - away, wearing
Eagle you will see a half tone
threadbare, trying to get
ou. something that would please engraving of Mr. John
our large circle of readers and Gen. Mgr. Consolidation
printed posit- - i
friend? and help to bear part of he eneravine is
contrary to Mr. Smyjh'sJ
urtesposibilityi to our country
'.k'vnis day of rapid development washes. Our artist captured his
without, his knowledge
and amazing progress.
Leangton e Eastern Railway Company
tvte have done this you will and we could not resist
know when you look thru. The temptation to use it. We feel
No. INo. 3
sure that Mr. Smyth, out of the MILLINERY
burden of expense has been a
A. M. P. M.
good deal more than our shoul- generosity of his noble heart.
Ky. . .
ders have been able to bear, but will pordon the imposition. We
Ladies, I have a new
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0.& K. Junction " . . 5 10 I 57
supply of Stylish Hats
we have stood up under it with- felt like our Jenkins" section
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would be more incomplete with
and beautiful trimBeattyville Junct'n" . . 6 03 2 51
out many groans, hoping to real' . . 6 25 3 12
out a picture of th e big little
ming. Call and have
ize something out of it in the fuCampton Junction " . . 6 43 3 30
your hat made now.
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ture to compensate us for our
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losses, labor and pains. To those
MISS LUCY DAVIS.
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We must realize 25 cents out
who have generously reached out
of every copy of. this issue or
No. 2No; 4
the hand of financial aid in this else we
Uai y Dai y
"way down in the
P. M. A. M.
noble venture we extend our
hole". We will have about 300
Ky . . 1 35 7 20
We hope no
copies extra for sale. You may
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one will be ymall enough to try
think the price mighty high, but
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to prod us with thorns by acCampton Junction " . . 3 47 9 27
think again and see if you can't
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cusing us of using partiality.
BeattyvilleJur.cti'n" . . 4 25 10 04
afford to buy a copy, for yourself
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None has been used. The hand
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or several for your friends. All
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of generosity and good will has
subscribers of course get a copy
iver guided our pen in the write-up- anyhow on their regular subConnections
fiowa tbo throat of a "sajwj
Tho' there is no studied, scription.
Lexington Train No.l will make conclilekea destroys tho vroriDt
nection at Lexington with the L.&N.
carefully worded or elite elocucad ittVM tho cMeVi
i .for Louisville, Ky, Np. 3Winchester
Im tfrts la tho drh&inc vatt
connection with L.&N."at
tionary language is used in the It is a peculiar fact and yet no
for Cincinnati, O.
Campton Junction Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3
descriptions we hope our read- less true that type won't hardly
and 4 will make connection with
Wjlto Clarrhoca, roup, cholerr
ers will spread the mantle of talk on the same page where
Mountain Central Railway to and
add othsr chi: diseases.
oharitv over all and as much as several half tones are used. If
'B'rr& K. Juiution Trains No. 2. 3 and
Ono GOc Bottlo of
4 will make conuection with Ohio
possible take the will for the the print on your Eagle this week
Bourbon Poultry Cure ;oTK. Stations, for Cannel Citv andand
deed. If you have eyes thirst- don't appear plain and distinct
Makos 12 Gzl!oc3
ing for criticism please close remember the half tones are the Bvctt jvmlrry ral6ir c!wvj! l fc"op a bottlo ol aeattyville Junction with theNos.l and
2 make donnection
L. & A.
Sri medicine in lumd. WriM for frco sunite
Ry to and from Beattyville.Ky. Train
them this one time and imagine cause.
lod Booklet on "Dbeascs of Pmit." AaJteSa.
No.3 from Jackson, with the L. & A.
tooBsra mm coupa.it, utsi, tj.
yourself in a country printing
office, poorly equipped as to mod ' In this issue appears the an Sold by Fitzpatrick & Bentley
General Passehger Agent.
CASTO Rl A
of delieate questions
8UB80RIPTION, IN ADVANCE
HON. JOHN C. C. MAYC
will be paid for the arrest ana
There ig no faetter known man in the financial world to day than
delivery to the jailer of Letcher , the Honorable John C. C. Mayo of Paintsyille. About twenty years
county of John Ellison, charged j ag0 John Mayo bepfan buyinff and seHng, mountain coa andg anfj
with the murder of James W.bg judicious and painstaking efforts, by establishing himself as a
Wright. Ellison is about 5 ft. 8; jam-ugood business man today stands out as a leader in the great
in. tall, weighs 160 to 170 lbs., j financial world. He is now many times over a millionaire. He
has large blue eyes, dark brown!does not care for h;3 money either for he tnrows it
hair and fair complexion. Has a eVcr and wherever he thinks it will help the country or relieve
peculiar expression of mouth snffering or distress in any form. John Mayo is a mild, moral and
when talking. Any information UX)reht citizens and trreatlv atf mirpd hv tho mnnnrmn nprmlo H
Address, Robert has often been spoken of as a candidate to succeed the Hon. W.O.
Wright, McRoberts, Ky. or John Bradley in the United States Senate.
D.W.Collins, Police Judge, Jenkins, Ky. Money is deposited in
the First National Bank of JenWe offer $100 reward for any
kins. Additional reward
likely be offered by Governor case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. R. Wright
F.J.Cheney & Co. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have
known F.J.Cheney for the last
15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
to carry cut any obligation made
Lewis E. Hirvie
ft Jesse Morgan
by his firm. Walding. Kinnan&
Marvin, wholesale druggists, To-
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonial lent
free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Sheep for Sale
head of sheep and 23 lambs
All nice, clean and
healthy. Sheep weigh 120 to 150
Price $2 each if taken at
A.J.Fields &Son, '
Kings Creek, Ky.
Farm for Sale
acre well improved farm;
about one mile from S. B. M. S.
and graded school, eight room
house with hall and cellar; good
barn and other building, fifty
young fruit trees. Write or
Herzig. London, Ky,
Ihe Oldest Union Publish- -
1nrA ing House
1HL UNION rKLSS
1816 CHESTNUT ST.
A full supply of books for home and church libraries. Also Commentaries, Dictionaries.
Question Books, latest Hymn Books, etc. We are prepared to fill all orders for any book
published in this country or Europe upon as favorable terms as can be had elsewhere.
Anyone requesting information concerning the best publications for home libraries will
receive prompt attention from our Representative,
REV. A. G. BRYANT,
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a timber tract you won't
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time lost, no breakdown, no
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Leffel Portable andJ5ta
tionary Steam Engines and'
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have found them so. Leffel
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