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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Published Every h Friday ouni 1ivuon lJ Ignal VOLUME XX rMT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR 151907 NUMBER 25 U BL 111ILIj1 Highest Glass Ready Tailored CLothmer Like Pigeons Flying Ready Roasted In Your Mouth Style QualityPerfect t Fittings ww tTf tt Line orciothing I 5 Ever shown outside the cities IIere you do z coupSrr but instead you find on our 2nd floor a reg sE ular uptodate clothing department containing srw Finest Coat andPant Suits for the Young Me SH 3 Finest Regular Suits for us Married Men Ex tra Size Suits for the Big Men Youths Suits for the Boy about as big as a man Knee Pant- Suits afor the little men Prices from 98c to a H 20a suit- S Longheaded uptodate people who know 3 and appreciate style and good value are all com w ing here for their Spring Suits Thats why I o ir am a busy man Iw s Big Reductions MZ w In the new Calicoes and Dress Goods for w M w Spiing ww I have just returned from the markets My w Spring line of Dry Goods are ii my shelves 3 My wife says I amcertainlyan artist when it comes to selecting Dress Goods Mwife knows She Tha fine judge of handsome 3 Iwwas good w rM w w lines as low as I had them years ago Ihave been years in building a reputation for = High Quality and Low Prices t phese havemaintained come what may 0 = Come in andwe will shake hands ancVllcj E over z ta IMluiuiuuiuuuuuuuuuuuuiuuiuiiuiutuiuuuuuiauii1 r j r LOWEST R R RATES OFFERED BY ALL ROADS FOR GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPO SITION MARCH 1830 RIVER COMPANIES ALSO IN LINE Creatore the Worlds Greatest Band master To Perform Twice Daily Something Doing Every Minute Many persons are now counting the days which must elapse before the opening of the Greater Louisville Ex position March 18 The manufacturers- and other business men of Louisville have been steadily engaged on the big enterprise since November 21 last and they now see the fruition of their hopes in the exhibits which are being installed in the big iOxpoaition gilding The work of construction which on paper made a most excellent impres sion is in its final completion it is said far mow beautiful than anything the designers had expected The construction of exhibit booths cost the Exposition Company a great sum of money but the result Is said to more than justify the expenditure The rates to Louisville vihich go nto ffeit on Monday March IS on all ailroiuis will bo one fart for the mind trip With Mcnday March 18 s the first selling date the rates oh in on Thursiay 21 Saturday 23 nday 25 Thursday 28 and Satur- iy 30 all good Vflturninj April 1 iPse rates hive not kern beaten by nv1 atE ever aunouncvd for any ex Iit ion in the history of the country 1I1it is said that the interest offered y Uie Greater Louisville Exposition jrtifirs rate lo thn last degree Not alone do the railroads offer here excellent inducements but all steamboat lines making Louisville tare offered similar inducements The Louisville S Evansville Packet Com pany and the L3 Line offer a rate of one and onethird fare for the round- trip including meals and berth while the Louisville k Cincinnati Packet which recently Company offer one fare for the round trip exclusive of meals and berth Thus all Kentucklans may travel cheaply and comfortably to Louisville during the exposition period with suf ficient stopover privilege to allow them to enjoy the exposition in every detail and transact such business as they may have iirKentuckys metropolis before the expiration of their zeal is being shown by the ex hibitors in the matter of getting in stalled before the evening of March that the Board of Directors of the Greater Louisville Exposition have announced that they are now in post ion to accurately gauge the appear ante of the great hall when President Roosevelt the button and the wheels of the exposition are set in motion Decorated with rainbow tints natural and artificial foliage and flowers the exposition hall is in truth dream of beauty Even teeming with busy activities and with the blows many hammers and the grating of taws as it is at present it is said by all who know the expo sition fart ses previous ef forts made by Louisville to her important place among the great cities of the nation Kentucky and all Kentuckians may USEPPECREATORE The Greatest Living Bandmaster well be proud of Louisville1 for she has under the stress of many difficul ties made an exposition = which will cTo ciA IJtut the tl KIitVMMAIM astonish all visitor when they enter to the exposition will be greeted by strains of sweetest music produced by the famous band of the great Creature who will give two per fortInightmendous personality rich in every thing which goes to makeup really great musician A Neapolitan by birth but an American by naturalization he has playod before the crowned heads of Europe as well as before those un crowned kings the musical critics ol the New York press Nowhere has he failed to receive the highest praise and he has repeatedly declared the musical taste of the people of Ken lucky is as an average the most ac curate in recognizing true musical worth that he has ever seen That the great master has not been over estimated in LouisvU1e and in the rest of the United States is attested by the following paragraph from the Daily Tribune The band certainly deserves the high praise it tins received in America The musical qualities of the tone and style are great and although Signor Creatore walks about the platform and conducts by means of gestures which might be called sensational there is no trickery about his interpretation of the music The instruments have that clear rather shrill tone which the Italians prefer The cornet the prin- cIpal clarinet the trombone for in stance are all remarkable as virtuosi The ensemble Is as fine as possible and the clean phrasing especially in forte passages goes beyond anything we have heard from other bands From every point of view this is finer band that of Sousa and there is much in its work which should attract musicians as well as the uncritical When it is considered that the work oMhis great music master may he ob served without extra charge and the admission price is only twentyfive cents the fact will ba readily recog nized Hint Lojiisville is putting forth every effort possible to give immens value for the money vhi hw1l1he re ceived at the exposition gate For thoSJ who music an1 laughter In the evening and outdoor entertainments during the morning and afternoon there isV the excellent choice of visiting Lou IsviUe outdoor attractions in the morning and The First Regiment Armory the Greater Louisville Exposition Building was erected at a cost of more than 300000 touches finally a resounding of that take a that London a than prefer s seeing her excellent baseball team in acti in the afternoon From March 25 29 inclusive there will be games baseball between the Louisville te and some of the strongest teams the National and American Laagues Low railroad rates Greater Lou yule Exposition Creatore baseball what more could be needed to indur one to take a pleasant little trip to tmetropolis of the State there to ceive the welcome of her people und these most gratifying conditions T1 business men of Louisville stand wil outstretched hands awaiting the vi Itor from elsewhere and the Expo tion Building will be the meeting pla for many an old friend to meet othe friends and for kindred spirits to core together for the first time In fat there is no limit to the joy and prof which will ha derived by a few days visit to Louisville during the period o the Greater Louisville Exposition March 18 to 30 EXPOSITION NEWS NOTES Other Matters of Interest Lightly Touched in Passing The hotelkeepers in Louisville have announced to the stats in particular and to the South In general that there will be no advance In charges during the exposition period The orb rRncfl of these public entertainers Has been noticeable in the past and it will likely redound greatly to their profit in the near future The Government exhibits which will he shown In the exposItion are now being packed In Washington and everything Is being made ready to furnish the Greater Louisville Exposition with everything it has asked for The great Creatore has recently filed naturalization papers In Philadelphia thereby showing his feeling for this greatoo ntrySIg Creatore has fre quently attested his love for Kentucky and Kentuckians and his joy in being privileged to play before them Louisvilles business section will be bravely Illuminated every night during the Greater Louisville Exposi tion Those who have Visited Louis yule on gala occasions will remember wJth pleasure the autlfulresults which are always obtained by concert ed effort on the part of Louisvilles business men The President has sent a telegrrm appealing to the Legis lature of California toestop all j Japanese legislation rSWELl BOOT for fashiol 61e people leathers allstyles v vy Our Leadersj We have just received a large shipment of the w American Gentleman and the I American Lad11 SHOES Manufact b ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St t Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes withev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or- AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look ins for uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our line CLOSINGOUTRWe brands of Shoes new and goodin order to wmake room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just what we say r WnetlaliNy on want to buy Shoes or not visit g QUI store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before f KRUEGER SON r r sescgacK ORLANDO News is scarce and mud plenti ful at Brush Creek this weekLaG- rippe is still claiming lotsof victims in this vicinity The infant child of James Gibson of Pine Hill was buried at Maple Grove bury Funeraltugservices were conducted by Revs Koker and Williams Mr Craig Bryant who has been quite ill for ome time is not any betterMr Wm McNew is in a very serious condition caused from abcess ol the lungDrs Laswell and Lewis w recalled on Monday to Joe Dooleys near Hummell to set a fractured arm for hisHaseMrcJake Clark left a few days ago for the Indiau Territory where he will make his future home We regret to give up so good a citizen as Mr ClarkeMrs Lizzie Ball and Martish Singleton are on the sick listMrs Gracie Laswell who has been very sick is slowly Qimproving Miss Sallie Barnett is reported very sickRev Koker is holding a series of meeting at the Maple Grove church Dr Laswell has a residenceMolephone Ball spent a few days with home folks last week while on his way to CorbinWallace Mullins and sev eral other boys of Pine Hill and Brush Creek left Tuesday for W Virginia where they have employment with the Bigill Coal Co SAVED HlvR SONS LIFE The hapitst mother in the littlle town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Rup pee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to him when by our druggist advice I began giv ing himz Kr gs New Discovery an I soon noticed improvement Vot this treatmantup for a few weeks when he was per fectly well He has worked stead ily since at carpenter work Dr Dings New Discovery saved ins life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure bv all druggists soc add Trial bottle free all This is one You should be very careful of your bowels when you have a Nearly all other cough especially those taining opiates Kennedys Laxat ive Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains No opiate Conforms to National Pure Food and Drugs Law Bears the indorsement of mothers Children like its pleasant taste sold by Chas C Davis WILL BUITPN INDUSTRY INlENTJON Established 1887 constipaatiug coldI everywhere tiAMD50ME SHOE A liquid cold relief with a laxa tive principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers in the troat and stops the eough that is Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food aad Drug Law Contains no opi ates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist I mEArnR LOUISviLLft 1 iExsiTw lI IIIICREATORE I AND Oo ernmentEhibib Iand o1herGreAtLiadioiis ftROOSEVELT PRESIDENT TOUCHTHE t11- SBAND 25LETSyjUSE ART AND- ITERATIVE i r r= MT SINAUv FRIDAY Mar 15 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOj Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Head ricks For State Superintendent ol Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim lle For AuditorII M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hul ert Yree landFor TreasurerRuby Lafuon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault IF Young men wish to succeed in business they must not spend their time and money in simply having a good time They must not be discontented with the little place in which they are because they think they are too big for it The way to get into a large place is to outgrow the one you are in itrwwill not hold you any longer A man who sits shrunk up and worth less in a little place because he thinks it is not worth while to grow enough to fill that has little prospect of getting into larger ones Fill the place that you are in Fit yourself for higher usefulness To do that you must do something be sides plav tho that may be inno cent in itself THE American importation of precious stones continues to increase iirrgoC it was349985 13 as compared with 26086813 in 1905 an increase of nearly 9000 000 This included 10281111 worth hi uncut diamond dust 6 805 worth of glaziers diamonds and 20375304 worth cut but un set diamonds EULOGIZES THE DOG Jury Awards Plaintiff 50000 When Only 200 is Asked Senator Vest had been retained as the attorney of a man whose dog had been wantingly shot by a neighbor It is said the plaintiff demanded 200 When Vest finished speaking the jury awarded 500 without leaving their seats The speech in full is as follows Gentlemen of the Jury The best friend a man has in this world may turn against him and become his enemy His son or daughter that he has reared with tender care may prove ungrateful Those who are nearest and dearest to us those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name may become traitors to their faith The money that a man has he may lose It flies away from him perhaps when he needs it most A mans reputation may be sacrificed in a moment ofallconsidered action The people who are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when SUCCCKS is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles its cloud upon our heads The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world the one that never deserts him the one that never proves ungrateful or treacher ousis his dog Gentlemen of the jury a mans dog stands by him in prosperity and in proverty in health and in sickness He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintery winds blow and the snow drives fiercely if only he may be near his masters side He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer he will lick the wounds and sores that come in encounter with the r ughneSsof the world He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince When all other friends desert he remains When riches take wings and reputation falls to pieces he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens fortune dr i ves the master forth i o w ian out cast in the world friendless and homeless the faithful dog asks no higher privilege than that ot accompanying him to guard against his enemies and when the last scene of all comes and death takes the master in its embrace and his body is laid away in the cold ground no matter if all other friends pursue their way there b graveside will the noble dog bt found his head between his paws his eyes sad but open in alert watchfulness faithful and true even to death OTTAWA Larkin Hicks sold his farm to Henry Laswell for 175 Mr Hicks has located on the Sibbie Wright farm at this place Jas Wallen of Lexington was in this section Thursday on business Messrs Glayden and J T Proctor visited relatives in Pulaski county Saturday and SundayJ H John son and family contemplate moving to Lexington in the near fu tureFarmers are busy plowing and clearing up ground preparing for a crop when the weather will permitMr Isaac Johnson will move into the Jas Wallen property J B Sutton was in Brodhead Tuesday on business Mrs Albert Albright died at her home on the lIth inst She leaves behind her an aged husband and eight children five boys and three girls to mourn their loss The remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground TuesdayJames Thompson we are very sorry to say is weakening awayrMrs Margarite Brown continues in very poor healthWm Walleu and tamilv of Krueger passed through this vi cinity Saturday enroute to Lexing touJ M Craig passed through this place Saturday on his way to Stanford with a fine drove of cattle Mr Pete Farris left Thursday for Cincinnati OhioMr Eddie Rogers and his sister Mrs Lela Duke of Crab Orchard visited their sick cousin Mrs Alvin Gooch of near Bee Lick Saturday and SundayRev Metcalf filled his regular appointment at Union church SundayIt is rumored that Henry Laswell will move his sawmill to Ottawa in the near future The measles are still mak ing the round the last cases reported are Mrs John Sowder and children Margarite Virgil and Mr Jop CashMrs Wm Oliver visit ed relatives in Lincoln Monday lastOn the 8th inst Mr Richard Johnson a citizen of this place and a Miss Baxter of Lexington were united in thh holy bonds of matrimony The Rev A J Pike officiating The new couple have the congratulations of us all QUAIL Mr David Proctor who has been quite sick for the pastweeks is convalescent J MrCraig took off a bunch of cattle Saturday for the Lancaster marketJ W Stringer sold I4 head of hogs to G B Sutton for 9JA E Proctor is able to be out againG W Parsons still remains in a very very critical condition The fami ly of Marion Pitman is improving Tom Broughton will leave in a few days tor Lexington E A Herrin is numbered among the sickThe last report was that James Thompson who was shot remains about as usualJ L Davis filled liis regular appoint ment at Providence Saturday an- dSundayLevi Ponder and family and Charley Miller have returned from IndianaGreen Proctor and wife have returned irom Steals Uncle Green Proctor remains very feebleOn Thursday March 7th the death angel visited the home of T C Hamm and claimed for its vic tim his little grandson Charlie Hasty He had been sick only a few days of that dread disease congestion of the brain All that a loving mother and friends and physician could do but all to no avail He was a bright and noble child eleven years of age He leaves a heartbroken mother two sisters and an aged grandfather to mourn their loss The remains were interred Friday afternoon in the Providence cemetery to await the summons of the last great day for Jesus said Suffer little child ren to come unto me and forbid them not for jof such is the kingdom of heaven By court decree the Ford China Pottery at Ford City lJwill be offered asale on April i6jtQ satisfy 32000 of fipst jmojUjge bonds Tbiss said tbe the lurerstpottery utider one Topf in the UnitedStates 3 1 1TYiNSTo Mr and Mrs Roy Mulhns re turned Monday to Gtheir home at Lebanon Junction after a short visit with relatives and friends hereMrs Howard Bowers is quite sick of measlesMrs Lida Cook is visiting her grandparents t1earIher young friends one night last week W C Mullins of LaFollette Tenn was on Sundays morning train en route to Mt Vernon on businessBrack Overstreet is down with measles Lawyer John Brown was down from Mt Vernon Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs W T Brummit of Corbin were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Brummit from Saturday until Monday Mrs Susie Hicks is some better The cungest child of Mr and Mrs Joe Oliver is very sick of diptheria They lost their oldrst child Herbert about six weeks ago with the same disease There will be a prayer meeting held every Thursday evening at seven oclock at the Christian church Everyone is reluested to come and take a part Mrs Earnest Thompson and children are down from Brodhead stopping with Mr and Mrs Alf Owens Mrs Thompson will join her husband at Herald Floyd county Ky as soon as her children re cover from measles They will make that place their homeMrs George Pope has heel on the sick list but has suffciently improved to be out againMiss Rosa Moore is sick with measles We are glad to see John Baker our again Puny had a very severe attack of inflamatory rheumatism but is able to gel to the store again Mrs Mary Hagan will buy a house and lot as soon ac a desirable place is selectedJ W Biker will continue his big sale the 18th Rev Briscoe of Mt Veruou filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sun dayMiss Corr Adams has been quite stck but is convalescent- Mr and Mrs J H Owens were called to Level Green last week to see Mrs Owens mother Aunt Jenny Todd who was very sick Later Mrs Todd is improving sODleMrs Robert Mattingly of East Bernstadt spent a few days of last week with relatives arid friends hereWm McClell John son was in town Tuesday and Wednesday in the interest of the New Livingston Coal Co Mr Johnson has spent the last few weeks in New York City on busi nessVictor and Waller Owens are visiting relatives and friends on Skagg creekMrs Stella Whitehead was called to Lebanon the first of the week to attend the burial of ail uncle The deceased was a brother in law of Mrs Geo PopeAmong the sick are James Hall Mart Hicks Uncle John Smith and Mesdames Mabala Car son M A Adams and Master Arnee HayesMr and Mrs J W Baker were in Mt Vernon Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs U G Baker of that place- GRIFFINS t MILL Rev James Cummins filled his regular appointment at Poplar Grove Saturday and SundayMrs Gains Cummins visited relatives at Maretsburg Wednesday until SundayW L Cummins of Mt Vernon was here last Monday on- businessLevi Ponder and family of Bridgeport Iud are visiting relatives at this place ElmerjCum mins made a business trip to Mar etburg last WednesdayFrances- Todd daughter of W A Todd who has been an invalid for a number of years is not expected to live but a short time Aunt Jane Todd age 86 years is seriously ill from old age and general disabilityMrs Elvira Thomas is verv sickW G Cummins is suffering severely vith LaGrippe J B Cummins sold to Oscar Mullins one bull for 21 lI TolT1rainery seems too cold or too hotfor meNewt Denney says it dont hurt land to plow it wet in the winter So you can hear Newt most any old time haw Kate1 gee PatsyAn old farmer told us the other day to sow grass seed on the old of the moonand the grass wouldritf reeze out Try it if you want to i I J i ins 10C +z r i 33 BARGAINS CaIico5c per yd The bottom slashed out of the whole fix S rING SIIOSS LOW CUTS in White Pink and Drab MISSES and CHILDRENS SANDASICut to the Bottom Come in while at Court The Low Prices will continue the whole FOUR WEEKS rHBig Court Highest Prices fo- rProduce and Country Hams SEE OUR Trunks Dress Goods and Little Boys Suits jj LG T JOHNSONr 5- r Opposite Court House t 9i nn 1 3 yexxl 3 COMPLETE LINE I OR a NEW and COMPLETE Line of I MERCHANDISE Remember that GENERALI Best at the LOWEST Prices II A FULL LINE OfClothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods 1 WHRICH AndrewsSome say that it will frost in May on the corresponding dates that it thunders in February So lets watch the 26 and 28 of tlayl think Cinda gathered in about 31 eggs one day last week and she only has 28 hens but the old blue goose and the two Pekin ducks layed the same dayOur shock fodder is getting very scarce and rotten yet wen cuss old pide because there isnt as much butter on the table as there was in the summer A great deal 6t money will go out of this neinhborhood again this Spring for commercial fertilizer I will agree that the commercial fertilizer is all O K but it might pay us a great deal better ifwe knew what kind and how much to use on difierent lands and different crops so you see if we had our different soils analyzed we could speedily have our needs supplied and maybe save a great dealI of tnonev Some will tell sow your grass seed when there is snow on the ground some when the ground is frozen while others will say to sow when the ground is dry But Ill tell you to sow justatiytjuf you please and then you wont have anybody to arum bleat THIS S WOJRTH RfrE M = BERING Whenever you have cough or coIddustIemember that Foleys Doln01but the yellowgpackage Chas C Davis drug gist Kentuckymss NEWS ITEMS In a deftlyworded speech at Ponce Uncle Joe Cannon avoid ed any expression as to when he thinks Porto Rico is to have self government A native speaker had hinted that the island is now prepared for it That the railroads of the country are now at what he terms the financial danger line is the declaration of President W A Garrett in an interview He savs that continued agitation and adverse legfslat i ni may mean railroad receivership Citizens of Sandy Hook where the Hargis trials will be held are preparing to receive the deluge of witnesses and attorneys which will descend upon that town in May According to the present plans tents will have to be used to shelter visitorsTrial the libel suit of Noel Gaines against W P Walton and the Kentucky State Journal was begun at Lawrel1ceburgPercy Haly took the witness stand and denied writing the now famous assingletten Walton was ahxna witness and wittber foWoWttEDr the Govertfori fdJoSidr States ofr cialS CASiOR1APoi bbl KindY o0 Hats Always Blight Bears the l1Ucutwr8 G- f 4z en BARGAINS i IJ HRING OUT THE OLD RI IN THE NEW That is what we are dong contiuall with our complete line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC and keep everything Up ToDate IIand are offering some special Bargains in WINTER Call and see them We can please you both in quality and price Those who have not settled their old accoumts should not come expecting credit We have to pay the whol tale peoples bills promptly Please vemember this We carry a full line of GENERL MERHANDISE that is hard to beat But come and see for yousself We shall be pleased to show you Come we extend you a hearty welcome A C HIATTI HIATT KENTUC Yl YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON j INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the woolen alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres W L RICHARDS Cashier A B FURNISH Asst Cash rtttttttttttttt1ttttttttt fPRACTICAL UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL PIRECTOR3 Mt Vernon Ky 3 Stock Complete Can furnish on snortno =tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming + =donei Fire Hearsie attachei = S ORtlEtlSb tl wire PrDiptJviFilf s Phone No 63 UW WU1UU1UlnlUU1U1UU1UUU1U1U1U1l11UUnU BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE fs i SIGNAL T MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KVr Mar 15 1907 79 Call up No 79 V when you want to Cortitiiunl cate with SIGNAL Z9 t 4 R Rco TIME TABLE 12 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 28 south 124 P n 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the JH Vernon Ky Postoffice a secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs D N Williams continues very ill- Mrs Cletv W Brown is numbered with the sick W A B Davis is in Somerset on businessMiss Fish is reported very sick this week Miss Anna Tate has accepted a position in the Bank of Mt Ver nonMorris Brown has been tranfer red from Farriston to East Bern stadtJ P Graham will move to the Joplin house next to Peoples BankMiss Lida Cook is visiting her grandparents Judge and Mrs J B Minnie Riddie has return ed from a yisit to relatives at Nich olasvilleMrs C Franklin was taken very sick Monday but is better at this time Mrs L R Hughes is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F L Bowman who has been in poor health for some time is but little improved Agent IA Landrum has been out of the office most of Sthe week on account of sickness Master Fred Baker who has been sick for several days this week is much improved Ve Mullins was here Monday and Tuesday He is the same bighearted Bill that he always was Herndon Hutcheson and Barbee NfcAfee were here Sunday the guests of Cashier and Mrs Salin W H Lewis has quit railroad ing and will try it for one year on the farm of his brotherJudge S D LewisG B Hilton the barber will go to Corbin to locate as soon as he can dispose of his shop at this place Geter Falin has been holding dowpthe railroad office at this place during agent J A Landrums sickness Albert Hiatt has resigned his po sition in Louisville and accepted a position with A C Hiatt the Hi merchantChas the lumber man was here Tuesday and took up a car load of lumber belonging to J W Marler and K J McKinney Ap Taylor who is now L N tie inspector between Corbin and Sinks was here Sunday Ap says he is thinking of moving to Mt VernonG Sutton who recently opened a line of general mer chandise near Bee Ltck was here Monday and left with this office a nice order for circulars announc ing his opening and telling of the numerous bargains which be has Miss McIntyre of the Brown Memorial School faculty was call ed to per home at Miama Florida on account of the serious illness of her mother She will in all mlmucbas C C Williams left Wednesday for Sweet Springs Mo to windup the estate of the late W H Mullins who died something over a year ago leaving no heirs and his estate amounting to something over 20000 which will go to his brothers and sisters who live in this county C C Miller who had charge oIone of the handle factories of TurnerDay WoolstortbHandle- Co for the past two yeaIshas gone to take charge ofa mill a some other point which he did nil exactly know when he left We regret to lose Mr Miller and his most admirable companion from our number Miss Do vie Lf ter has resigned her position at Caldwell College and will spend some time in the South Danville News Mrs McGeorge and sister of Owsley county were here Sunday to attend the burial of their mother Mrs Bowman George Thompson is talking ofopening a store at his home on the Addie Payne farm which he recently bought Luther Cummins has gone to Kuttawa to take a position with E T Wheeler Sam Cummins is also at Kuttawa instead of Illinois as reported last issue Atty Clell Johnson General Manager of the New Livingston Coal Co was here Wednesday for a few hours Atty Johnson who has just returned from New York spent an afternoon hearing Evylin NesbitThaw testify in the now famous Thaw trial LOCAL Circuit Court Monday week See Mrs Cleo Browns beautiful line of hats before buying else where Go to J T Adams Mt Vernon for all kinds ladies ready trimmed hats 1831 E B Brown sold to W M Arnold Jr one pair of mulls for 360 Richmond Ky went dry by 140 majority and the city of Knoxville Tenn by over 2000 G T Johnson will extend his store room 40 feet the extension which will be of wpodwill beI used for groceries and furniture EGGS FOR SAI K Sixteen eggsI of the Buff and Brown Leghorn mixed at 50 cts MRS W H BRANNAMAN 3i3t Near Wildie Ky I A Bowman bought 15 head of good 3 and 4year olds of J sJ Hy singer at 3t and 34 cts Mr Bowman will take them to Jackson county and graze them during the summerjGREAT OFFER The Cincinnati Post daily Human Life monthly Farm News Monthly Spare Moments monthly and the MT VEKr NON SIGNAL weekly all one year for only 260 Atty C C Williams on last Tuesday in the Laurel Circuit Court secured for his client Theo dore Potter a judgment against the Phoenix Jellico Coal Coj for 2500 for damages NEW PENSION LAwAccording- to the new pension law recently signed by the president the follw ing persons are entitled to pensions Any man who served ninety days in the war of the rebellion or sixty days in the war of Mexico was honorably discharged aud is now sixtytwo years old is entitled to receive 12 a month dating from filing his application in the Pension Bureau Those who are seventy years old are entitled to 15 a mouth and at seventyfive years or over to 20 a month PRINT ALL THIS LETTER Is the post script added to correspondence which we some times receive We appreciate every bit of news we receive but there are some things we get which we do not consider news and not worthy of space in the paper and hence the wastebasket is the only proper place for many things offered the newspaper man for publication Good live upto date news is what we want and what the people want to read and not some stale joke that might be making the rounds What sometimes sounds well in conversa tion looks mighty bad in print DEAD Mrs Rhoda Bowman aged 87 died Saturday at 5 oclock p mat the home of her son Mr 1 A Bowman For eleven year- she has been an invalid confine- to her bed most all the time but short time since she took a dee seat of cold followed by the grip which was too great a strain on her weakened condition Eve since the death of her husband sev eral years ago she had made her home with her only son Mr LA Bowman one of our most substan tial farmers and stock dealers who proplertynearfrom Jackson county It was the theretwiterIwas to so the Sundayin3fct i I JB l i n = s S i m Ready trimed hats in all th latest styles at J T Adams 183t Walking has been good in the city of Louisville since 5 oclock Sunday morning at which time all the street car employees went out on a strike The business men of the city are making a strong effort to get matters adjusted between the street car company and employees as the stopping of the cars has almost paralized business If the strike is not settled before the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition which is next Monday it will greatly injure the success of the exposition but hope is entertained that all matters will be set tied by the last of this weekand the cars again Tanning Capt GW Roberts night station master roth Street Union Station came out Monday with remaius of Mrs Lucy Newcomb Myres This is about the third visit he has made to Mt Vernon in the past thirty years Capt Roberts was a veteran in the Civil war and like many others at ihe end of the strife found himself almost peniless TheL No RR built through this country and Captain Roberts took service as brakeman on a freight train By his fidelity to duty he was advanced to conductor on passenger trains and other positions of trust For past twenty years he has held his presant posit ion at loth and Broadway f a6 85 The remrihs were brought to dlvision Elmwood cemetery by the side o her first husband Jonathan New comb who died in 1862 Her sec ond husband Capt Richard L Myers pnssed over many years ago A ut a sister of Peaslee and Rev James Ches nut Three of her children ar living Mrs G W Roberts Lou isville Mrs prSW Brown Commerce Texas now under treatment in hospital at Houston and James Guthn Newcomb beat ed somewhere in Oklahoma tiTS WEL t Ni n1 n It r m Sundayd oaRobertsp tortLuCY1YRS We have the largest assortment of ready trimmed hats for ladies ever brougt to Mt Vernon 383t J T ADAMS To whom it may concern This is to certify that a report to the effect that have sued Mr G T Johnson for 400000 damage is a falsehood of the most corrupt foundation and futher more I did not know anything about such reports until about io oclock to day and that I had never thought of such things- I have no claim at all against Mr Johnson for he does not owe me anything and never did me any damage So the partes that start ed any such didMr Johnson an injustice Respt Mch 12 07 C J SHIPP The following new subscribers have been added to Mt Vernon telephone exchange since issue of last director Paste list up near our phone Cummins John res57SD- ailey Sires r7I Fuqua Sheila res 72 H Fuqua ShellaLivery Stable75H Griffin J FIres 9SI Johnson G Tstore 98 Johnson R M res52SN- ew phones on county lines W M Wood Round Stone yiW Dr Laswell Brush Creek71K- Dr Owens Pongo K-W H Graves Long Branch2F- The people of our county are awakening to the fact that they can use the phone to advantage and are taking hold On our criticism of others let us remember that we have faults rJiwho see inconsistencies us should clip away from our character and rubfwith the names of others are thos who have themselves the imperfections The larger the beam in your own eye the more anxious you are about the mote in somebody elses eye In stead of thies other womanhypocricy s discretion gohome with the to- commandmentb as a monitor and oRderelictions REPRODUCTION OF COLLAR LABEL SRIrth t l WEARS WElL tWMATS THE USE Paying for that which you dont get You get all you pay for if you buy Shield Brand Clothing for men youths and boys bearing label on col lar as shown aboveil the retail price attached to sleeve is also a Shield jXook for these marks when buying clothingPrices 750 to 1650 EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED FOR SALE AT k I Some of our enterprising citi zens are taking steps to have stock sales on each and every court day This is something that we certainly need and we trust our farmers and especially the stock dealers will join in this effort DELIVERY It has been suggested by some of the merchants that all the merchants in town unite and make arrangements with Mr Fuqua the livery man to make two deliveries a day one abont io oclock in the morning the other about 4 oclock in the afternoon of all purchased made by customers within the corporated limits By such arrangements it would cost the merchants but very little and save the customers quite a good deal besides the worry and annoy anceoj having to run around and hunt up the delivery wagon and then pay io cts to get a sack of shipstuff or sack of flour carried to their home We believe the merchants owe this much to their customers to deliver their purchases when under such arrangements as this it can be done at such a small cost to the merchants and with so much convenience to the customers There is not another town in the state the size of Mt Vernon where the goods are not delivered and there is no reason why it should not be here except for the reason that the people have not demanded it- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT WHERE AS It has pleased the Almighty God the Supreme Ruler of the Universe to call from our midst our beloted comoaniou Oliver M Wnllen who went to St rnrs TV Er7t mrdh r go Healtheand died there on Jan iq th 1907 Whereas This Chapter in com RoyalkfraternitytResolved That we do not question the wisdom or goodness of Divine Providence but bow in humble submission to Almighty God Resolved That we extend to the thenprofouudest sympathy ofthe embers of this chapter with which be so long fellowshipped and we pray the Divine blessings ever to rest upon them and Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Chapter a copy sent to the family of the deceased a copy furnished the Mt Vernon Signal Fraturnally Submitted S C FRANKLIN G S GRIFFIN GEO R REAMS r Corn A special from London dated the I3th says Harvey Rowe a fouryearold boy shot and killed Mrs Bettie Griffin with a 45 caliber revolver at the home of the child at Alta mont this county today No one save the young woman and the little boy were presant and it is not definitely known whether the shooting was intentionly or not The child says It was an accident Mrs Griffin who lived some hours after she was shot told before she died that the little boy loaded the revolver and said he was going out in the yard to shoot a chicken and that when she protested agoinstI this he turned on her Lookout and fired passed through the right leg just above the knee and the woman died from loss of blood The dall after passing through her leg struck the old house dog killing him in stantly The boy is a son of William Rowe who is a coal miner Mr Rowes wife died some weeks ago and the Griffin woman who lived in Rockcastle county had come to keep house for the family HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N E Rowan McDonough Ga did She says Thre bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stoOl ache trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Eclectric Bitters 1 can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at all drugstores Price Sac A dispatch from Louisville says Friends of former Governor W O Bradley now admit freely that he will be a candidate for the Republican caucus nomination for United States Senator before the next General Assembly Little glooules of sunshine that drive the clouds away DeWitts Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sickheabacde and bilious ness They do not gripe or sicken Recomended and sold here by Chas C Davis l z RoYIBaKincf Powder ABSOUTELY PWRB DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OP TARTAR BAKING POWDER ft ifoes not contain ma mtont of jrf jhatJo acid which Is the mre aetefmenef digested in sulphuric moU of of mhmt which is onethird sulphuric moU rrr healthfulsubstances mdomled or other hm jdmg jtowoJor beomnooef their ohem IMtsa I tom 4 J 13 1 k ffz5L IIi OOOO OO OO ooOO+ OooO 0 0 o 0 Girlhood and Scott jr Emulsion are linked together 0- oo The girl who takes Scott J Emut 0 0 j tOt jion has plenty of rich red blood she istOt plump active and energetic 0The reason is that at a period when a girls 0 is weak ScottJf EmuLsion 0tOt provides her with powerful nourishment in 0 0easily digested form 0 o 1 gItis a food that builds and keeps up a o strength o g ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO In 1897 I had stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would not live until spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prscrip tion I could not digest anything 1 ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of KODOL and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia conld not buy In two months I went back to my work as machinest and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long and prosper C N Cornell Rodine Ga 1906 The above is only a sample of the great good that is daily done every where by Kodol For Dyspepsia It is sold here by Chas C Davis Judge William Carnes left Lex ington UMonday accompanied by soldiers to preside at the trial of James Hargis at Jackson but it is probable that a chance ofvenue will be granted as the witnesses nave not been summoned and the case is not ready for a hearing It has been suggested that the case be sent to Frankfort and it is possible that Judge Carnes will or der the hearing there FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of Lizemore W Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at alldruggists The fight over the repeal of the charter of Memphis will come to a head in the Tennessee Legislature soon Former Senator Carmack is leading one of the factions and all interest now centers in the vote on the question in the House WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the National Sign Co Daton 0 writes under nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am getting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I cqntratcted catarrhsix years ago Money would not buy my tube of Nosena if I could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back if pot satisfied Sample tube andbooklet bvmaileo cents BROWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn VIS POETICA Eveybfdy walks but father He rides around all day Father is a high moguel He doesent have to pay Sister Jane is walking- So is Brother Will In fact the whole Dam family Since Heelburn passed his bill Chattanooga Times Everybody walks but the Managing Editor And he rides around all day He stands in wUhthe Company He doesnt have to pay The City Editors walking- So sdioiin Chief In facTtJjfifrwUoleidn office force Bu Where IS no use to beef Orino LatieErtiitsyrUP is new remedy ati improvement on laxatives of foiraer years as it does not gripe or nausea and is pleas ant to take It is guaranteed Chas C Davis druggist WANTE Men and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute s nples of our gorods Salary 80 Ir month paid weekly and cash JftUanced for expenses Nocapital- irrexperiencenecessa ry Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot WC 38 Wabash Ayueu Chicago IlL GOOCHLAND Rev Andy Balenger filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill last SundayMr J W Phillips was home from Blanche Bell County Saturday where he has been working for Big Hill Coal Co W W Anglin and family of Disputanta visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Lou V Phillips has been sick with grippe but is better W A Phillips will more than likely go to Blanche Bell Co to workMrs Addie Mullins of Hamilton 0 was brought home for burrial Tuesday night She is said to have died of fever James Garrett is with homefolks He has been working in Hamilton O Mrs Sofa Wilson has gone to Middlefork Jackson Co to see her mother who is sickA bell has been attached to the Sycamore church house and the church has been coveredAbe Anglin is suffer ing from heart troubleLittle Bert Phillips was visiting friends at Wm Sparks last week He reports a fine timeT L Jones is in the spokeandcrosstie business There will be church at the Syca more Church next Sunday con ducted by Rev Jones of Goochland and James Baker of Middlefork Jackson Co A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomacbe dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver makes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtstFOLEYSIIONETANDTAR Cures Coldci Provosts Panunonla A cross and pevish child is not natural There is something wrong Usually its ihe stomache Use Cascasweet and put the stomache right and the sunshine will return to the babys face Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold byChas C Davis WEEK Y COURIER JOURNAL AND SIGNALB- oth one year for only 150 The Presidential election is ap proaching Tithes have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to youhaveitSend your order forthis combination to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i a year FOIiEYS RIDIY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of mel cine Take it at once Do not riskhaving Brights Disease of Diabetes Therejs nothing gained by delay SOc and 1003ottlsREFUSE ftUMTITUTM- CHA O DAVJS The winds oi March have no terror to the user of DeWitts car bolized Vitch Hazel Salve It quikly heals chapped and cracked skin Good too for boils and burns and undoubtly the best relief for Piles Sold here by Chas C Davis WILD IE Mrs Sam Richardson is down with the gripRev Green Fish filled his regular appointment here S udayAlex Manus has gone to W Virginia to do carpenter work foi the Big Hill Coal CoW H Branaman Jr was down from Be rea Sunday Rev J T Lunce fotd spent Sunday with his family at Coffey was in Jellico first of the week Miss Lava Fish went to Berea Monday to visit rel atives Walter und Leonard Mar tin were over from Horse Lick Sunday Green Lake came over from Evergreen Sunday to see his sister Lona The Wildie Produce Co is doing a flourishing business PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that they do their work and fortifies your condition agaiust future trouble Entire treatment 25 cts at all drugstores DIMON JERIfOILCUTS SORES BuRNS RHEUMATISM ZSfc WORKED LIKE A CMARM Mr DN Walker editoi of that spicy journal the Enterprise Lou inmIsimplyhealedsore burn and skin disease Guaranteed all druggist 260 Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP lBexpellingbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcoujh Nearly all other arelconsU the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Red Clover Blos som and tho Honey Lea eveiyhattie Regbte- retLAXATIVE HONEYsTAR B C DeWITT CO CHICAGO U 8 It Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTLE Real Estate Go MT VERNON KY 0 PAM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is oneoT the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the pwner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ard springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard M NO 5Ho acres of land be tweep Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap nearFreedomamost desirable farm Price 2 a bargain FARM NO i Thes tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres lo cated on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchardx Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These nda are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bottom land and a good partof it is irigllanthird cash the balance in one and two years 1 Ask Your Own Doctor r1 e If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take thai We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years IA Kado Ayer Lowell Mess IAlso manufActurers LqerSARSAPAI1LA I We have no secrets We publiSh the formulas ot medicines 1Keep the bowels open With one of lAyers Pills at bedtime Just one NOTICETO OUR CUSTOMERS I We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not af fected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opi ates or other harmful drug and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Chas C Davis druggist TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight abqut 50 lbs Owner can hsve same by paying all damages 2223t DAVID HENDERSON OA S T 0IJABears Bignnture of J Co or all our Seldom Wear Out Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve painnot manytimestake them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief fiom the suffering which they would otherwise be compelled to endure Their upontherather than weaken them For this reason they sel dom lose their effectiveness I am 62 years old and have suffered troublesrheumatismof the heart shortness of breath thehearttdontknowhaveeverout in less time than I have been us resultswerecease their use MRS S C ROBINSON 27 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn byyourItfallsbulkMiles Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS andVlDEALEH Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky 1rodhzd Marble Work ROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Mnager twitPI Iron tencell 1Icheaperthiin wood Will last ftliietirac1 IMwARraIN4M II CINCINNATI O IN jiat bn IW ikm Is isIs MARETBURG Litte Sallie Reynolds has a se vere rising on ner jaw causing her to be very sickThe sick are all much better LaGrippe being in nearly every tamily for a while Sam Chandlers grandmother from Tennessee is visiting him at this place She is the mother of Mr Ted Chandler of Bromo Notwithstanding her age she is real stoutMrs Martha Lewis has re covered from a spell of the grip Mrs Hensman is suffering from the effects of a fall paralysis of one side following Misses Judith and Lena McCall visited Misses Bettie and Nettie Lewis Wednes dayMrs Lou Purcell after a few months visit to her brother EJgar Griffin at Corbin has re turned homeSo much sickness in the community hs kept the Sunday School work back and also February and March meetings but will renew now with double interestMrs R E Reynolds has purchased a lot at this place frcm Mrs Frank Hunt and will build a dwelling house as soon as the weather will permi- tGIVENUPTO DIE B Spiegle t204 N Virginia St Evansville Indwrites For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had thres of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Folevs Kidney Cure was recommended and tne first bottle gave me great relief and af Ter taking the second bottle I was entirelv cured Why not let it helg you FARM FOR SALE For sale one farm located betwee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring two common houses young orchard 13 acres good grass Pasture and com land 50 acres Cheap at 350 For information call on J T MEADOWSPine A criqpl who was recenth killed in a knife duel in Pittsburg has been identified as Carr Eddings of Fulton Ky His mother madt the identifications in a letter to the Pittsburg police For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladde Pills Best for lumbago rheumy tism bladder and other trhuble Theycleanse byChasr W A CARSON Paperhanger BOSCH for COS line of ROOM ETC ETC you an estimate on PainterOFFICEAt cing you order Guaranteed MYERS DentistI 1 WorkI residence on Old Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHoNE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUES DAY NOON each week C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE floor Bank of Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 LMCCLItRY Und taker Embalmer Complete AND On 2nd 0I The Mt 3 II II WITH LINE of Caskets Robes c attendI KILL Tilt CURE COUCH THE LUNcsl1 Dr Kings 11 New Discovery PricsFOR OO Barest andQsikstOisrs for ani TUZOAT and LUNG TZOV3 LM or MOXXT BACK 9 ooDROPS AVfcgetablePreparalionforAs similating IheFoOd andReg ula UngtheStomachsandBowelsof Promotes flictionChecrnl ness and ItestConlains neither OpiunOforphine norMineral NOT NARC OTIC 7apcafOI MrSKUELPlTCIISli Iivnc SerJ- AbiSIJIa flidznatakJlefa II Sml- CtentttdAinof JHntaytvat ftmvK ajlionWorms Convulsions feverishness m anil Loss OF SLEEP If Facsimile Signature oF NEW YORK Atb monlhs old 35 Dosrs 0 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER of Va of of of do am in to irregularities a re for all In suc use for 70 if LWINE CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 11 i Us ffl Over Thiry Years CASTORIA CNTUI1 HW No Operation Mrs Malinda Akers Basham writes I had what doctors call prolapse and couldnt stand straight I had pain in my back and profuseDoctorsI couldnt bear the thought the knife After tak ing three bottles Wine Cardui I could walk around Can now my housework and splendid health Cardui is a pure vegetablemedicinal essence especially adapted cure womens diseases It relieves excessive periodical pains regulates and is safe pleasant and liable remedy sick women cessful over years Try FREE ADVICE Write us a letter deicribUr all youFreeDepartmentThenooza Tenn IIAt Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles I OF CAR 0 U 11 IIWNotions J CLOTHING I IjWe carrry a fullliof Clothing that wills it all sizes and ages Our goods are right andour pries are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE r JONAS McKENZIE METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLAGE IN KOCKCASTLE TO BUyt Drugp tationey Cigar Tobceo t Paint Qi and patent Me dieine f Diseases of Children A Specteff SC DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNONlCY fc3 GRANVILLE OWENSij I I UNDERTAKER t f IBrodheadky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins CasketandRbbes- All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly flied 9 c I t 4 i S S j