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JIW"EUr WmifJp 3r,rflic 1D Jfcag' '.d i - "; "ia1, ffil ,x.' ;,.3 "2& For Clothin COME TO I :i Don't Be i 17 - . ,! F ,!iiili!!!!liLii1ii!:;ite-.i : n i :1: li'iiiiiiTN is'iilfcftjA i: :JLI:i:ti: i J:tti.ii ;: I I ii Mm:';: i "::!) ii:i. !i ::' .' ii 'j!'"iin! "',. til! Lazy Man! I Don't Be A Fool! There is n difference, Jjut no choice, between a .lnzy man . F. KRUEGER & SON in ft!!ii:li:u!1 ji;ll!H!s!H:j:J f!::::tl::i;::!::i:;i i ,,,:- - .17!! i - i,;;i;t;;.i i :! HVJnfNi! '' :!'!: I'!:!!! H!'i - and 'a v. if ,!:iu ::: !"iil T1L"',;'! !l:.r ' V AmA' Fi y iiii ' The fool doesn't seize a good thing when he knows it. -- y, doesn't know a good thing when he sees it; the lazy . PANTS, $1.00 to $5.00. They are the Progressive Pant, the best COUNTRY. the v l store and Our nrices is fullhnvnnri urn. j v.. running over with GOOD THINGS; flnnht. flin lmat tn bllU IsVUllLl ,r'. Jfey lfs ..'..sV, v.w fuou t V i, shall offer Our Mens' Sis. so suits at $13. so 15.& 12.50 ' During the month of September ' TV w DRESS GOODS For Dress Goods our store can not be passed by. We can please you both in Quality and Price25 cents to $150 per yard. hi I lo.oo e.6o ' ' ' ' is.oo: lO.OO 7.5b ' 4.75 , , v -" A ft Summer Dre8s Goods, Summer Shoes and Hats to be closed'oat "" ;' at, practically, Youn Own Fiouhes. Now, boys, don't miss this big sale; if you. do you'll regrlt 'it. Come and see tho largest and best selected stock of goods in Rock ' ' castle. -- - LADIES' SKIRTS 3 ' . . .:: r ' . - j fl J - - From $1.00 to $6.00. Come atfd see us one and .- -- all. ? - 1- . v r . - vSt. A-'- - F, KRUEGER S SOU Mi Vernon,' - ' . V - ' --- pF KenfuckylftB8- - m$: w "riiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuiuiuiniii) $$3e3$X$fr OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. IHIIJHHHiHHHHi JUDGES. W. HAGER, full seating capacity Wednesday with enthusiastic Democtats and attentive and appreciative listeners from the opposing party, to hear Auditors. W. Hnger aud Hon. John K. Heudricks, Democratic nominees for Governor and discuss the vital and important issues of the State which Is beciuing to wax warm in every county throughout! the Commonwealth. Atty. John W Brown presided and in a few appropriate words introduced the speakers. Mr. Hendricks spoke first and for nearly two hours held the au Attqr-new-Gener- The court house was filled to its cam-naie- capital invested in the State under ocratic officials to meet, with, only excess of income of tne prisons in THEN LOOK UPON THIS REC- time when compelled to pay the school book trust. This law enORD OF DEMOCRATIC Bradley's administration and the $363t334-5- i n the Public Treasury the three years of their regime OF PUBLIC ables the family to use the books resent Democratic adminstration. Appropriated to public institu- than the Democratic party wiu lie lo'd bow the State had been tions, for their betterment, during spend in 1907 in paying salaries of AFFAIRS FROM 190D to 1907. until thev are worn out. From a deficit shown each year able to collect over three and f the four years only $186,909.41, all State officials, circuit judges, Confronted with a bonded and in the management of the State State Fair, million dollars more than the retiring in 1900 with no new de and iu maintaining the Bradley administration, yet the parture along this line, and, with Normal Schools and Pure Food floating debt of over two millions prisons, they have been brought, to common people have paid two and the institutions in deplorable, con' Stations The excess over these of dollars in 1900, the Democratic pay a profit in their operation. officials have met and j paid it upon This profit from December, 1904, f cents less on the hundred dition, under an antiquated system payments is $5,911.07. dollars under Democratic rule of management. During the four yearsltue Agri a tax rate of fifty cents. Every to August, 1907, was $2,669,44 obligation has been met and June Democratic officials have made than under Republican rule which Gave tbe common schools during cultural Department of the State he explained by saying that the ad- - the four vears an average ner capita government was operated only to 30, last, there was in the public most advantageous contracts in the The treasury $284,242 98. There will history of the prisons, the Frankditional amount had been collected of only In lgQ9p Jn d'esper. pay salaries iof it3 officials. off the rich corporations farmers got absolutely no benefits be on deposit at the close of the fort prison showing an excess of in ate effort to make campaign come over expenditures for the qf the new capttol which rIal( .padded.. the per capta to from it. tbe then Commissioner administration $1,250,000.00. Total appropriations of public month of July last, $6,821.23. treasury;raou- cost one and.quarter million dollars $2 back into the ?0i and left a deficlt ia and debt turning the establishing of two State Nor- - up0H tbe School Fund of $217. ey appropriated for the benefit of institutions during seven and one- While accomplishing ;these things the prisons have been modernized. mals, the enlarging and better 000.00, which had to be paid by the farmer. The 'abor inspection half years of Democratic rule reach In no department has Democraty branch of the Department was an in round numbers $2,7oo,ooo.oo-Ever- ic management accomplished more equipping 01 tue penitentiaries ana Democratic o'fficials. institution has been modern- than iu the Agricultural Bureau. lunatic asylums and the wiping out Republican legislators opposed, absolute nulity, nothing being done of a million dollar bonded indebt- Kentucky's only Republican Gov- to benefit the condition ot tbe ized and is being operated under Farmer's Institutes, a State Fair, edness left by the JJradley adminis- ernor vetoed, the Democratic Rail- working men in workshop mill or most approved system, and a new a Labor Bureau, expert lecturers, a Forestry Department and one of Capitol provided for. tration, the largest per capita paid road Rate Law, delaying operation mine. interesting farmers average per capita for com- Imigration are aud the farmer is The Expended for public printing the school teachers this year ever of this splendid law for several in everv section paid in the history of the State are years, and thereby delaying reduc' and binding during the four years, mon schools tor four years has having more money deyoted to his somethings that have been done tion of freight rates to the shippers the sum of $184,724 25, or an aver- been raised to $3.22, with a record welfare than ever before in the hisThe Labor Buunder Democratic rule, and the of the State age per year of $46,18106.. The percapita tor this year of $3 40. tory of the State. reau branch has accomplished State left without a single dollar party is now making Democratic which is uot'padded" for a single much for life aud health of the la Made a nullity of the franchise t'nr this ntirnnst- a cam cent. All debts ot the School V una boring classes. but on the other indebtedness, - r r- , ., . taxation statutes of the Common-- , hand, on January 1st, i9o8 when paign issue. Gaze upon the Dem- -' are paia ana oiaie worwai omuui Democratic administration has inwealth n9t bringing corporate expended for public printiug iu newly elected officers will take ocratic record in the paralel of this have been established, the terests to pay their just proportion ' Democratic legislators enacted eight years the sum of $371,651.96, charge, the present administration pamphlet. Comof the burden of taxation, and - or an.average of$43.6i3 15. will have over one million dollars Republican Governor and orator the Railroad Rate law, a Democrat- pare these figures with those in tbe thereby leaving that tmiden o fall to turn over to them. Judge Habig ic platform measure, and under its opposite column and you will find more heavily upon the individual dropped efforts to collect the ger promised if elected Governor claiai, after investi- - operation tnousanas ot aornvrs nave an excess per year under Republitaxpayer. An evidence of this is Kentucky war in his first message to the General re- - been saved to the shippers of the can administration of $2,267 9'given in the records of the assess- gating it. Later, after he bad Assembly he would reccommend a - the RoDublican State. The Republicans this year A Democratic Governor pressed year of their ad- ttrAH fmm nffirment for t to collection the Kentucky War reduction in the tax rate from fifty us feared to give opposition to the Claim, amounting to $1,323,000.00 ministration, 1899, of the railroads Governor sought employment mw. to 0 ty cents. ot and secured its collection for a The total valuation placed byj them an attorney to assist in making the autnor mis The impression made on the collection. Look to tbe paralel tax law has beeu smaller peroontage than is shown The franchise upon railroad property for franto have been paid by any other voters by Judge Hager was a chise tax purposes that vcaf was column for what the Democratic put into full operation under the State iu tbe union for a similar serfavorable one and when the vote of accomplished in Democratic administration, though vice. He didn't employ his prededience spell bound as he proclaim- Rockcastle is counted on tbe 5th $12,306,681.90, on which valuation Administration not with a view of oppressing but cessor to make the collections. tax- this natter. they collected only $74,610.07 ed the doctrines of true Democracy of November the returns will show During four years of admin is?, years of bringing all to bear tbeir propo-tioDuring Republican four and reviewed the history ot the the good effect of Wednesday's es. tration of the State Insurance DeFor the truth of taxation. Assisted through members in the their Management of the Insurance Democractic administration for the speech. partment by the Democaatic oflegislature, in delaying adoption of Ueparjment ot tne oiaie lurnea in- of this statement look at the record ficials there was turned into the Hendricks, past four years. Mr. of the Auditor's Department for public, treasury iu taxes the sum of the Uniform Text Book. law. a to publTc'treasury in taxes is recognized as one of the greatest TO THE VOTERS OF KENplatform measnre, Democratic and in surplus $29,582 41. ioo5. That year the railroad cor $969,176 71, and in surplus to the campaigners in the State, aud his TUCKY: thereby continuing for several The office was but seldom haard of porations paid taxes on a valuation sum of $74,285,82. ,The Kentucky splendid effort here Wednesday is Commission has been a leader evidence of this report being well Gaze upon this record of Republl years tbe Jhfgh prices charged for in tbe insurance world, and no new of$54,9io,262.oo, or $124,551-3among similar officials of the severCompare the figures al in taxes. school books by the trust, and en- - innovation marked its operation. can Administratiou of Public founded. States in proposing legislation. with those iu the opposite olumn. Destroyed, through their conduct ableing them to dispose of a greatPublic confidence has been fully Affairs from 1896 to 1900. for about an Judge Hager spoke Democratic legislators adopted a restored in Kentucky under Demoer number of books at the expense of affairs the confidence of their inhour contrasting the accords of the the vestors, causing much capital to uniform text book law. a Democrat cratic administration. This is best Rcised tbe tax rate in 1896 from of lithe taxpayer preventing present Democratic admiuistrition there- evidenced by the showing of the adoption of the uniform system. be withdrawn from tbe State, aud ic platform measure of 1899, money the Republican administration 42 j cents to 52 li cents for the four and deficit In management of the leaving such chaotic conditions in by bringing to the fathers of the records as to the amount of. The Bradley. In no years, to fall at its close to 47 being invested In last four vears under '.Governor two State prisons, from 1895 to betcorporations with total capital of Notwithstanding, left in 1898 inclusive; the period of Re- 1900 that Democratic officials found Commonwealth a uniform and uncertain terms he declared for cents, school books and at $215,061,920.00 organized in Kenenormous task before them in ter system of temperance and the County Unit 1900 a bond and floating debt of publican control, xwas $273,111 o7. an less cost than they bad before that tucky. conditions. law; he compared the amount of over two millions of dollars for Dera They thus sfMt more mony in restoring former one-halone-hal- Te p I mate-buildi- ., I ,.,., - the-las- n $496,-367.6- 0 mi r Hit win m mi t" MT VERNON SIGNAL Sept.. 20, 19O7. MISSOURI CASE LIKE KENTUCKY'S In .fcirMS Friday, Published every Friday by the Matter EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR of Trouble With Tax System. a BARGAINS i My lmiiio is George Johnson, and I have a store close to Logan Thompson. Others might come, and era may go. otli- $1.00 A Tax Commission Has Just Made Report That Is of Interest In This State. Advct thing rates made known on application MlRsourl has been laboring under a dimculty In Its tax sstem nearly similar to that of Kentucky. A MKMI1RR OK tax commission has boon at work In KENTUCKY PlinSS ASSOCIATION Missouri and In lino with tho tnx commissions of other progressive states It has found no solution of the dlfllpiiltlo'i of the situation short of a constitutional amendment that will give the legislature greater liberty In deallnr with the question; but It also points BERNARD MONROE out that such an amendment Is chiefly desirable because It will lead to sepaThe bright little sou of Mr. and ration of the sources of state revenue TICKET. DEMOCRATIC from the sources of county revenue. Mrs. S. C. Franklin. The comments of tho Missouri tax the sacrament of Lord's Supper commission are so pertinent to the For United States Senator J. C. W. situation la Kentucky that the followand requests both preachers aud ing extracts will be found of Interest: Beckham. For Governor S. W. Hager. lavmen to abstain from the use of "We all agreed that the first step In any tax reform Is tho separation of For Attorney General Jolin K. Hend- tobacco. the sources of state and local revenue ricks. This change would not requlro thf For State Superintendent ot Schools HAZLE PATCH exemption of any class of property M. O. Winfrey. from taxation. Tho proposed chango For Cominissioner of Agriculture J, Measles are prevalent at present, may be effected by the adoption of a W. Newman. causing a decrease in the school. single constitutional ninetnlment. For Lieutenant Governor South Trim-hi"The general features of this Otherwise the community seems ration ot the sources of state sepaand -- H. E. Miller is visitiug local revenues may bo briefly sumwell. For Auditor II. M. llosworth. For Secretary of State Hubert Vree-lan- houietolks at Owensboro, and will marized. The state would discontinue gcnoiul property tax tho also attend State fair. Juo. W. upon levy of a nnd personal property " the real For Treasurer Ruby Lafoon. Vincent. tit the state, leaving tho assessment For Clerk Court of Appeals John B. Prewitt, Messrs Morton & J. J. McCall and Miss Grace spent and collection of this tnx to the coun Chenault. municipalities for loent pur a part of the week in Louisville at ties andThis would poses. make a saving of ANNOUNCEMENTS the fair. R. C. Logan, concrete the Inrgo expense Incident to the We are authorized to announce G, man, was sent to Williamsourg present dual system. It would also T. JOHNSON ns a candidate for Coun dispense with the work of the State Mr. Logan, while in Hoard of lCqimllzatlon ty Court Clerk, Bbject to tho action of Monday. connected with Hazel Patch, made many staunch tint attempted equalization of assess the Republican party. friends, and every one that knew nieiilH of real and personal property among; the counties of the state. him regretted the change. "The state would thereafter derive NEWS ITEMS J. M. Bandell visited in Mt. Ver Its revpnuo through Its Inherent gen non Sunday and Mouday. O. D. end power of taxation upon genera' suli(ctR of taxation, as by licenses, Testimony was given in New Bryant, day agent, is taking a rest. corporation taxes, Inspection feOi and York by Assistant Controller A. A. Akers is working in his mull other forms of luxation as the Fay, of the Standard Oil Company, Mrs. Mary Williams yisit general assembly may deUunlne stead "Tim dlffeient rates of iiKsessuient In to the effect that profits aggregated her sisterinlaw, Mrs. Cassie the different counties, enforced by the ing $480,315,924 were made by the Cole, at Pittsburg this week. She different demands for local revenue company in the seven years from reports a daughter of Mrs. Cole would no longer produce Inequality In luxation with refuienii' to tho 1899 to I906. In the same time very sick. Eddington, of Edding tax The remedy proposed Is, Inslat" oui the compauy's gross assetts increaston, and Griffith, ot Knoxville, opinion, the only effective ed from $200,791,623 to $3 1, 664,-53Tenn. were inspecting No. 6 tunnel Kiieh community couldI fix Its own rate of valuation at Us cat n Monday. A. B.4Sparks, of Long- - require, without hiilijn ting Itx ids ma cltlifti Under the will of Thomas R. mire & Sparks, has been at the tn the ItiJiiMIco of heliiK umipHlPd to Patton, late treasurer ol the Grand works at No. 7. No. 8 is under nay nn limine share or state taxation "There Ih how a lertaln kind ol Lodge of Masons of Pennsylvania, fair way of completion iu cate ol home rule In taxation, whlih consist his entire estate, valued between Louis.Douglas.An sing- In the varliition ot the rates of Iimsi'ms r"$2,ooo,ooo and '$3,000,000, is de- ing and Sunday-schoo- l picnic was nient upon urnperty nci ordlng to tin vised to the Grand Lodge of Penn- held Sunday at the church house. treat needs of the community, sunn counties paying taxes on 70 01 HO pei sylvania for the education and sup- Rev. Cloyd, and Mr. Williams, of cent of the real value of property, and port of male orphans of Master Ma- East Bernstadt, accompanied by other only 20 or SO per cent 'I In teport of tho Tax Commission of I!)')"' sons. the singing class, attended and hiijh' It Is in the bounds of truth tosn Judge S. W. Hager and Hon. J. helped to make a very pleasant day that no two counties ot the utute have the same rule fin tho assessment ol K. Hendrick spoke at Barbottrville Logan McCall aud Burdette nil classes of property, and goneialh Tuesday afternoon and at Corbiu attended the speaking at speaking, there is absolutely no uni that night. Judge Hager made a Mt. Vernon Wednesday. forinlly ns to the proportion ot tin cash value taken as a basis ot th deep impression by his remarks on assessed value. Home counties valui the temperance question at real estate, so far as our repoits show. OTTAWA. low as ltd per cent of Its selllns Born to the wife of Mode Haratn price, whllii others have a It) pei cin' Reports ftom the Oklahoma elec Somr iikhhhb real ''Male mi 11'' on the 14 a fine ten lb. boy, both basiscent, per and tangible peisouul pioi tion indicate that prohibition has mother and baby are doing fine. erty at fit) pur cent Tho commission certaiuly carried, and it is probable A son of Mr. and Mrs. concluded that there was an absolute that the Constitution has been acequality taxation Steve Albright has fever. Arch want or InequalityIn can not b remo "This cepted and that Haskell, DemoHayes visited his uncle of Wildie died by the State Board of Equaliza crat has been elected Governor. front Saturday until Monday and t Ion. for the obvious reason that the high rate or assessment In James W. Barr has requested reports a fine time. Tom Albright counties, Including: the city certain of St that he be relieved of the duties of is on the sick list at this writing l.onls. Is enforced by the pressing dc director general of the Jamestown Bro. Hurley filled his regular ap- inand for revenue for local require ments The Exposition because of differences pointment at Union Ridge Sunday assessments hoard can not laise the of tho counties which with President Tucker over the last. make a low valuation, as that would be social features of the exposition. Jack Laswell and Robert Cash uponimposing an unnecessary burden those communities. "Wn see no remedy for this existing Mnj, James Carsoll, surgeon, U. are in from Lexington where thev Mrs. Inequality and resulting Injustice, ex S? A., who was a member of the have been for a few weeks. cept In tho separation of the sources was sent to Cu- Ellen Harp and Mrs. Sarah At of state and local revenue commission which ba to study yellow fever just after bright visited Arch Albright Sat "Under the plan proposed, the state all of tha close of the Spanish War, is urday aud Sunday. Mr. Neutou would retain except Its Inherent powers of taxation, Denny sou of John Denny aud property tnx upon us to the gent ml dead in Washington. real and personal Mrs. Sarah Long, daughter of J. J. property, which would hs asscssnl rreucu uovernment is ine Brown were quietly married at the and indented by countlis and cltlis for greatly encouraged by the improve-.nien- t local The state home of the bride on Thursday a taxuurposis insurance now levies upon companies, in the Moroccan situation, last. J. S- - Cash the hustliug dramshops, express companies, sun aud strong hope is entertained that merchant of this place is doing a dry corporations, license and Inspeo the rebellious tribesmen will agree Inheritance fine business Isaac Herrin tlon taxes, and a collateral of lax What other forms to the peace terms. taxation bought a mare of Johu Denny price may be adopted will bo for the Chicago's new city charter was paid $160. The school at this eral Assembly. In Its discretion, toGtn do rejected by the voters of that city place taught by E. It. Gentry is termlne The system proposed re Tuesday by a majority of more progressing nicely with about quires no change In the existing limi tatlons upon the tax rates of the than 62,000. A light vote was sixty-fivpupils. W. G. Blnnton counties cities and school districts polled. is having some work done on his no"Trie rhnnge recommended requires modification ol the. n.ithnds of a house. Laswell and Son will soon sesslng the proierty ot milioads an J The Temperance Committee of have their mill in running order other public service corporations by the Kentucky Conference of the the State again. W. P. Hayes was in Brod system Is Board of Equalization That statutory and Its continuMethodist Episcopal Church, of head Monday on business. ance or modification Is subject to tho which Col. George W. Bain, of DBAD:-O- n last Tuesday night at control of the General Assembly. Lextugton, is Chairman Saturday Should the present system the death Angel visited the ued, whereby the assessed bo continvaluation drafted its report on the temper- 10:30 home'of Mr. Jeff Owens and took made by the state board Is apporance question and selected delefrom them one of his bright little tioned to the, counties, the Oeneral gates to the coming meeting of the Assembly should continue the present girls. She took sick about a week itate tax upon such valuation and proAnti Saloon League of America ago with tonsillitis. She was laid vide foi Its direct payment 'Into the and its representatives on the Kento rest in the Freedom burryiug latt treasury.1 e. d. 1 1all-day Mc-Kenzd e but with me I'll say for over no. My goods are now, just from the factories you see, as o'er lite countrj you roam And the prices are so low you are bound to take some of theui home. My competitors aro few bo- eaiw they don't know how to buy. I It built it this year on tho has a flat floor and slant- - old Carpenter lot. ing top; It has shelves and counters to hold all kinds of goods. Its walls are of concrete and tho rest is mostly wood. I built tins house for the rich, the high, the low and the poor. And when they sec my store thev turn their backs and won- del wit'i a sad, longing sigh, Now dear friends come and see mo and And if you ever visit it you will do your trading here for ever more. tfUtr I am in it and there to stay, until old Grbriel sounds his whistle on Judgment day. don't pass away. If )mi do you'll regret it till your Judgment day. y i. 75 G.T.JOHNSON, O Z e. K. STOKE, Opposite Court-Hous- :&'jr.yc$3&fcd . BARGAINS ) 1 .j 1 ) SPIRO. L .zzmzi mmft t"t .' DELAVKU LtTTKtt Mr. R. H. Long and family have Craw-fordsville tucky Committee of that League. The report which will be considered and adopted by the conference demands the men of seeking public office, "An unqualified opposition to the licensed saloon," expresses approval of the position taken by Gov Beckham and the officials of several cities lor the enforcement of Sabbath observance laws. The report goes further that any such document heretofore drafted and recommends e use of "unfermented wine" in ground. Continued on fourth page THE 1OU0H THAT HEALS Is touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its the happiest combina tion of Arnica flowers and healiu&J No balsams ever compounded. matter how old the sore or uker is, this salve will cure it. Foi burns, scalds, cuts, wounds or piles, it? an absolute cure. Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis, leading druggist. 25c. AND KILL. CURE WITH THK COUCH LUNGS ... Dr. King's New Discovery ONSUMPTI0N Pries OUGHSand OLDS 60c & St. 00 Fret Trial. 8, T.HBOAT and LTTNa TBOTJB-1Xor MONEY BACK. turest and Quickeat Cure tor all returned to their home at Ind. after a threi weeks stay with relatives at this place. Miss Edith Dillingham spent last Have you received an appoint-tSaturday night with Miss Lizzie the Fall Term of the State NorT will onll .it flnaf for a few days all SUMMER Chandler at Bromo and took in the mal? If not, see your County Subox supper at Skegg Creek. i GOODS: perintendent at once about it. vlisses Maggie Brown and Emma The Institution stands for the Sutton spent irom Tuesday until teachers and pupils of Kentucky's Childrens' and Slippers Wednesday with Miss Lillie McBee rural schools. uear Quail. If you have not seen the new A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Mr. H. G. Owens visited friends catalogue, write a postal card re in Garrard Co., last week. W. S. quest for one DoaVi bought birna farm in Gitrrard They have to go to make ready for the full stock. Come, J Address and says he will move the 6rst of R. N. ROARKj Pres. take advantage of this sale while it lasts. Nov. Sam Sayers and wife visited 8 Richmond, Ky. ' the latters aunt, Mrs. Annie Gra last Sunday.-Al- ex beel near Wabd . Denver Colorado was selected by Wells'of Livingston spent last Sun the Sovern Grand Ebdge of Oc'd Miss Mattie Fellows as the place of meeting day with Lora and Dorthy Owens visited next year. HI Misses Ida and Locie Doan last The Supreme Lodge of the Sunday. Quite a crowd of young Knights and Ladies of Honor is folks from this place attended the meeting at Indianapolis in Bienniat Skeggs Creek last al Session. Saturday night. Miss Martha Savings Convenience of visited relatives at Hansrru. ford last week. John Sayers and Mauy persons keep their money hero as a permanent inwife spent last Saturdty and Sun vestment because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoidin Mt. Vernon. day with relatives ed. As an investment, you can compute tho not returns accu Mrs. Ida Sweeney of Ind. is visrately. Small amounts may bo added at any time. A savings iting her sister Mrs. A. T. McKin-neacqount offers u profitable means to realize on funds that are You may withdraw a part or the this week. W F. Monk and idle, awaiting investment, entire amount at any time. With a determination to save you family spent Sunday with the nro always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to tho latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ' Am better prepared than ever to bankV As borrowers, wo stand ready to recaivo such amounts Hahn. MissSallie Owens is no as you can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a rogu- test aud fit the eves with glasses better at this writing. Mrs. Mart Wo'll explain in detail if Have all the latest appliances for w lar rate of interest on your monoy Owens has returned to her home at ' will call at tho battle. fiyou testing. A fit guaranteed. Pine Hill after spending a week Do all kinds of watch and clock with relatives at this place. J. W. (INCORI'OUATKD.) repairing. Make your old spec Tom pson of Sparks' quarry passed frames look like new. Repair your MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. through here Wednesday. gold and silver rings etc. etc. All kinds of machine needles and HEALTH IN CANAL ZONE. repairs kept. The highg wages paid make it a Very truly, nMllIinilllllllinilin!!!!!!!!!!)!!!!!!!!!!!!)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,!!! mighty temptation to our young S. C. Frankun. artesians to join the force of skilled workmen ner ded to coustruct the PRACTICAL Panama Canal. Many are restrain UNDERTAKER. ed howevhr by the fear of fever and AND 2 malaria. It is the knowing ones 3 FUNERAL DIRECTOR, those who have used Eclectric Bit Mt. Vernon, Ky. ters, who go there without this Can lurniskon shoitno S fear, well knowing they are safe from malaria influences with Eclec Collins and Caskets and have Embalming 3 EEtice.Metalic trie Bilters on hand. Cures blood AND attached. dono. poison too, billiousnesr, weakness, and all stomach, liver and kidney H PAPER-HANGE- R by wiro Promptly Filled. troubles. Guaranteed by Chas. O. zz Phone No. 63, Davis, leading druggist. 50c. WALL-PAPEROOM sod to Mr. Coldiron, WiUisAUen UmiUMIUIIIiniUiUlllUilUIUUlilUUIlllMIUMlUHIUlUlIK MOULDINGS, ETC. of Lincoln, 21 yearlings and calves estimate Let us make an for S403, on work before placing Stavelson & Hysinger sold to your order, C. Y.Foxa carload of butcher All Work Guaranteed. ituff last week at 3 to 8 cents. o tmmmmt BARGAIN SALE! Ladies' and Hats to-da- y. i6-t- f. home-folk- s. A. C..HIATT, ATT KENTUCKY. m Account Sggs3gJJ box-supp- Mc-Kinn- e3ec5octaGE3eacD cacy.ac3oci the y THE BANK OF MT VERNON, 'xpc3?xgx 383rbrg3y.: Willis Griffin UU PAINTER N iiiliijL. Stock Comolete. Fine Hearae ORDERS g 3 3 2 2 2 3 Subscribe tor the T SIGNAL. V 'fijflfc l MT. VERNON SIGNAL MtVowon. Ky. Sep. 20, 1907 Mt Vernon has a new marshal in the person of Emmet Sowder, James Tnylor having tesigned, on account of ill health rrr cu up "No. ?) when SjyouwonttiiCnmmunl. onto wltH HIQNAL,, rrrv M When j ou come to Court. Monday, call on S. 0. Franklin, the Jeweler and Opticiani n the J. T Adnnu "Aucadk" up stairs, first room, first floor. Have vour watches and clocks, spectacles and it jewelry repaired." I 1 LouiV'UC iNiHvil.lc H R.Co 1T.- - .. Ill n . me xuu wm unci in tlie ... A 34 iVfe FA L L, and wIN TER , " A TIME TABLE. 22 north 24 north 23 south 21 South John Parsons has leased his engine, saw;, etc, to the Turner, Tas. Landrum, Agent. Day and Woolsworth Handle Co , .Phone No. 58. to saw handles. There will be m Entered nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofllce nearly a years run, or longer if all mull mutter. at leconJ-r- ' the hickory accessible to the mill is brought in. , pm am 1:24 pm 12:20 am 1.24 3:40 ynru oeoru Owens; " was a notice tacked upon :he shop door, of the proprietor Wednesday. He was absent erecting a monument in Elmwood Cemetery, grave k Goods Arrivin You may depend upon the Quality and the Prices are Right, !!L: y Our store has beon the busiest place you ever saw for a week and will be for several days to come. Every day we receive nvsli shipments of goods. Nearly every train brings its cpiota of Fall and Winter Goods. "VVc havo bought carefully, wise-land in stiflicient quantities to got the right prices. If you will drop into the store any day next week wo will be glad to show you-th- o newest, cleanest, fresh stock ever offered to the jeople of Rockcastle County- - Below wo show you a few Ad vanco Styles 1 - for Fall and Whiter. 1 Clothing &R4ND SHOES .VI Shoes Shoes Cloaks PERSONAL Card of Thanks:-W- e wish to STfllfc s, i" 1 , rW i "A i "V B ' I t f-- s it . Ft Jfc ?? return our sincere thanks to friends OR Philips and neighbors in the sad bereave BETTER. were in Monday. TW BRAND ment of our daughter, Sallie and 2H3 r Kh Dr. Jones and John W. Stewart more especialy to those that assisted tyTOAHE BETTER" were over from Wildie Sunday. in the burial We also wish to Caswell Saufley tender our most sincere thanks to was here for a few dajs this week. the six young ladies who were J. T. Sowder, of Paint LlcV, used as Pall Bearers. I 'II Very respectfully Garrard county, was here this week 111 ' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Evans. W buying mules. B. Henderson is at work on 0. George Owens, our monument This is a "PATRIOT" Shoe for the Q & C. railroad. man, has just completed double flf if I ' Ikyfli I i lULii) Meu. We carry this in Patent Miss Roberta Davis is visiting monument for Mrs. R. A. Fred In Stylish Footwear for La- Colt, Vici, Box Calf and Gun Metrich, for her father and mother, Miss Beulah Wallen at Stanford. dies we are sh uving the "SO al in the leading toes. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Newcomb. Cris Krueger, of LaFnyett Ind . The hosiery department is full of There is no more important CIETY"Shoe. It's a 'Star feature of a Pall Costume than urand bargains- - l?or Women, Misses a cut several days here with his The monument is made from the Ask your neighbor about the Brand, aud will give satisfacLaugford freestone and indeed a a Cloak. We have a splendid and Children we hae unsurpassed offer , brother Fritz Krueger. assortment of all the'leading Just a word to the Men folks. Don't l tion. We want you to see it. "PATRIOT" Shoe. nagnificcut piece of work. The ings. An examination will prove to jou buy u single article of l'all mid Winter jj Dr. J. F. Baugh has his office Styles. Come and sec them. which Clothing uuuljou Have seen our xscw that our store is the place to buy. Price $3.50 This one $3.75 over J. T. Adam's store fitted up xceedingly high polish Don't delay. Don't put it off. Stock. We are fjoing to save jou a lot his stone will take, surpasses anyof money especially on suits. aud ready for business. thing which even Mr. Owens himJ. R. Dodson and wife, of Wil- self anticipated. Because of the die, were here Wednesday having high polish which it takes, its line recdeed latest some dental work done. you durability and singularity, Mr. Miss Georgia McFcrron was the Owens believes that it will become all for checks and of are guest of the family of her brother, very popular for this class of work. sheriff R. L. McFcrron. George has shown himself quite an Ebb Bentley was over from utist on this job, as. he has on will receive a week. Call see come Cartersville Wednesday. He has many others recently put out. welcome. just recovered from siege of fever. Notice once again. If telephone Mrs. Ann Foster, of Burnside pent a few davs with her neicc t.ers would piy more attention to i'.tnple directions they would save WW Mrs Booth Purcell, in thecountr will move hi imeand annoyance to themselves Marion Denham well ns to "Central". For -family to Corbin in a few days & you call up Mt. Vernon, ' is between Corbin an. instance His run --When "Cen entral Knoxville. tral" answers, tell WHO and WHKRic Atty John W. Brown has moved you are thus: "this is Peter Shutts w his office over J. T. Adams' store it Bromogive me U. G, Bakers He has two rooms nicelv fitted ut. store," or if you know the number aud very convenintly arranged. ports a uicetime, and says she had rather that only a pint should have 000UUUd00000U00U0O00CO00bUO0O0OOUOOuOUOUU0O0OO0O0 of the phone give it with your call. v LIVINGSTON a . Miss Ida May Adams went ti. her fortune told bv the mediums been sent at fja time as they are ben Baker comes to the phone g A her tell Mrs James Anderson and son, there, aud they told her she would both great temperance people and Lexington Saturday to take him also who and where you Thoman or woman who earns a aood salary has mado preparato inter are. Numbers of calls are lost on Lloyd, were visiting their . many ba married three times before ten fear they might accidentally get sister. Miss Elizabeth tion. Let us help you to prepare for a. good position. Wo havo Campbell Hagermau College helped others and can holp you. failing to give relatives and friends at Conway years should pass. She says this too much. account of the caller Mrs. Margaret Grimes went to this required information, as well Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Joe is a great consolation to her.' Mr. SHORTHAND, 11U0KKEEF1NO, TYPEWRITING Judge J. W. Alcorn of Stanford, Cincinnati Tuesday morning to Stanley is very sick of typhoid fe- Henry owens was iu Mt. Vernon Attys. John Brown and 0. C.Willas delaying business. and all other commercial branches taught ir the Business Demeet the music teacher for the ver, Lawrence Rice, little John first of the week on business but iams of Mt. partment of the Vernon were In from Brown Memorial, who comes SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. We are of the opinion that most Owens, Egbert Hayes, Mrs. John made it conveoient to stay until town Thursday and Friday taking New York. R. Carter and Master Or'nee Hay- alter the speaking. Will Owens, depositions before Mrs. Annie WrHfnp lnafnetfTlvinc nartieulars and showing what our stu rewould favor the g Mr. and Mrs. J. Fish, Mr. and of our citizens dents havo been able to accomplish. Address es have all been on the sick list Ked Singleton and Henry Delph Miller Commissioner and stenogMrs. G. T. Johnson. Mrs. G. S ; election of the present Board of J. C. LEWIS OR E. H. LYLE, LONDON, KY. g 15 Hiatt and daughter. Miss Mattie, Trustees, or a majority thereof, this week, but are convalescent at were in Louisville on a pleasure rapher, iu the case of Bowman and fweoooooooo U G. Baker and R. A. Whitehead should they allow their names to' this time. Mr, and Mrs Ernest trip first of the week. I dou't Uockrell vs Livingston Lumber Co. 000 nnrtvuoovjooouuouuuuuoooooooooooooorrw were in Louisville this week to see be placed ou the ballot to be voted Thompson are rejoicing over the know why, but they got lost from to remove the boom in Rockcastle the big fair and buy fall and winter for at the election of Nov. r52 5th. arrival of a fine girl baby the 12th. each other and as quick as one River. Mr. N. A. Thomas of Wingoods. w fAl J. W. Baker is in the city buying would find the depot, he would chester, and Messrs. Dillon of LonWhile the Board has not accom Mike Cain, the boy who has M a large supply of Fall goqds. board the the train for home, and don were in town Thursday to give plished everything some think it gj made his home with W. J. Sparks Billy Baker is back home again. oh, wonder of all wonders, "Hick theit deposition in the above case. for the past two years left Mori should, (and no Board ever could Miss Alice Mahan of Danville & day for Corbin to take a position in satisfy everybody) it has, as we He is clerking in J. W. Bakei'-- . ory bill ' was tne nrst to come Strong teacners in an uuiniriinums uigu ouuuui, jiuiu- - j T..4,w.nn.linn PrSmiirw.Miisif f!nnlrinsr.nnd Snwlncr. feM machine shbp. Mike is a have stated more than once in these dry goods store. R. A. Whitehead home. says that Ked and has returned home after visiting the He splendid young man and we wish columns, done more in improving is in the city buying a large line of Henry told him to tell the "old Mrs. W. W. Wright. Miss Rose Only three places loft in the dormitory and cottpgos, 'out lor him much success. Mr. and Mrs. Joe OH folks at home" that they would be McFerron left this week for Berea all other Fall goods. the streets and roads tbau good homes in the town are open to students. Tonus: LOCAL Boards combined since the incor- ver and children spent Sunday with lure "when the roses bloom again." to enter school there. Mr. C. M Board and tuition, $103.00. Tuition alone; $30.00, $20.00, T. Johnson spen. last Sunday Offutt of Lebanon is working in poration of the town. The gocd Mrs. Oliver's mother, Mrs. Sall'e 15.00. For catalogue, address: J. Circuit court convenes next $3 the Dispatchers office. Mr. C. G. work should be continued and Jones, on Gauley. John Baker with homefolks at Lancaster. MISS IDA M. TAVL0K, Principal, Monday. Given has gone to Manchester and nothinc done to delay or set it and Fied Pike have gone to Louis Mrs. Harry Jenkins, returned to Mount Vornon, Kentucky. Mrs. Sallie Pruet, aged about 75 back. The Ipresent Board has ville where they have accepted po her home at Corbin Sunday. Er- points in Clay Co.. for a few days. died at her home near Hiatt, Sat- been in existence about twenty sitions. Mrs.' Ed Quitin and child nest Thompson and son were in urday after an illness of several months and in that time has built ren, ot Paris, are visiting relatives Brodhead Saturday and Sunday. SAND SPRING. weeks. turnpikes over school house hill, here and at Corbin this week. LOST AND FOUND. Mrs Will Sams- spent Sunday New Mexico. Write again Jonny. Mrs, Ida Sweeney and, children with her mosber,,Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Bullock, of Hans a car out West Main Street, lout Rich"Jane Ow Lost between 0:30 p. tn yester- -' Fhrtiuzisr: Just arrived, J. W. Marler and wife and K. have Dbeen visiting their many ens. James Hall was called to ford, is very sick with typhoid fe a billions at fert- mond street, out East Main street, day aud noon McKinney have gone to the of the old reliable Horse Shoe relatives and friends here and at Somerset Thursday to see his ver. Mr.' George McClure, of J. tack, with nausea and and sick Smith or Sow- removed the old mud hole eyesore ilizer. Call on J. J. State fair, Louisville. - lying between Richmond and Main Mt. Vernon and Brodhead. They daughter, Miss Eva, who is very Hansford, who got his thumb and headache. This loss was occasionder & Owens, Brodhead, Ky. Farms For Salk. I have two ed by fiuding at Chas. O. Davis street railroad crossing by gradmg leit Sunday morning for Cincinnati low of typhoid fever. The Jrs , of two fingers blown off while worksep 30 3t 108 in and mecademizing it, made 500 and will spend a few days with the this place will present the Bible ing on the Southern railroad is im farms. 12 acres in one and drug store a box of Dr. Kings New Hickory and White- feet turnpike on town hill road, families of John Preston, at Ivory and hoist the flag to public school proving. Mr. Sam. McClure and the other lbcated 4 miles East of Wanted: Lice, which I wish to sell Life Pills, the guaranteed cure for oak Spokes. Will pay highest aud are now working with a view dale, O., and Dave Preston, at at Pine Hill, Saturday tSept. iSth. family visited Wm. Price Suuday, Bee privately. Good improvements. billiousness, malaria and jaunc'ice. market price. Also Hickory and Elmwood, O., before returning to A large crowd is expected as there d W. C. Cummins, better know as For further information address 25c. White-oabuts. Will give price toward having all the roads G. B. Sutton R. P. D No. 1 tb the corporate line. Dur their homes in Indiana. will be about 150 people from Liv- Buck, is having about 700 to 800 on application. Bee Lick Ky June 14 .Vtno. The "presentation picnic" at ingston to go. A big picnic din- bushels of coal mined a week. G. W. H. Carmicai., ing the term of this Board more Mt. Vernon, Ky. than a mile of sidewalks have been Red Hill, on last Saturday was a ner will be served on the ground, W. Deatheridge sold hfs farm near A HUMANE APPEAL. between Mt. constructed and almost a mile grand success. About 300 people and everybody to take a basket full Hansford to Henry Bullock for game The base-baA humane citizen of Richmond more has been ordered built, some were there, and loads and loads of an d running over of good things $250 aud bought Mrs. ' 'Matilda Ind., Mr. U. D. Williams, 107 Vernon and Walnut Grove, played eat. The Jrs. to eat. Music and enjoyment Cummins' farm at Sand Spring West Main St. says: "I appeal to ground Saturday of whiLh is now under way North good things to on the formers been nicely did themselves credit (as they al- will be the order of the day. Mrs. for $350. all persons with weak lungs to take resulted in a score of 14 to 7 in Williams street has as far as Langdon Dormito ways do). Quite a lot of people Georgia McOlure, teacher at Pine Aaron Renner sold two hundred Dr. Kings New Discovery, the the home team. The graded favor of trees for $700 and a pair only remedy that has helped me There is a remedy over sixty played here ry; grading and mecademizing is from tonn were there, and nil say HilR will see to all arrangements. white-oa. f econd game will be being done on Gentry Lane (by a more enjoyable day was never! To miss this big day will be to ofmulestoj. H. McKinney lor and fully comes up to the propriyears old Ayer's Cherry private enterprize); a live stock spent before, and that the frag lose the best day of your life. Mr. $300, and two mule cots and a hog etor's recommendation." It saves Pectoral. Of course you have RockThe stock holders of the pound established and great relief hients which were left from that Chas. G. Giving spent the first of to W. M, Southard for $150. The more lives than all other, throat heard of it, probably have used castle County Fair Association will at given our people by ridding the good old fashioned country picnic the week in Mt. Vernon returning Hansford Telephone Co., with W. and lung remedies put together. it. Once in the family, it stays; meet at Brodhead, Sept. 21st. elec- streets of the intolerable nuissance dinner would have fed Livingston Thursday morning He will leave H. Graves as general manager, Used as a cough and cold cure the one household remedy for 7:30 P. M. for the purpose of ting officers for 1908, and receive of hogs and other live stock run- for a week. Johu Hall, of SomerDr. and keep ibuilding more new lines. for Louisville. world over. Cures asthma, coughs and hard colds on the Tfinnl renort ot the Secretary ning at large. It being near elec- set, is spending a few days with bis Mrs. Cooper now of Louisville J. W. Marler sold the white oak on the hronchitis. crotiD. whooping cough, chest. Ask your doctor about it. is rnr imt Kverv tion time it is advisable that, our father, Mr. James Hall, of this but formerly of this place, sent by his nlace to a Mr. McClellan, of xuinsy, hoarseness, and phthisics, The best If Ind of a teitlmonlal requested to be present. "Sold lor over ilxty year." citizens take u proper inteiest in place. Mrs. Will Satterfield and Mrs. Sue Mullins two quart bottles Somerset, for $1,400. Drew M. stops hemorrage of the lungs and The Clairfield Lumber Co., have thp matter and see that erood busi children, of Louisville, are visiting full of whiskey to be presented with Harper is building a large by J. O. Ayer Co, Z.owall.Mut. builes them up. Guaranleed at' voluntary Dan Alio tnufoturtr of their many relatives and friends compliments Co Aunt Ann Owens for Henry Bullock near Chas. C, Davis' drug store. 50c house y SAkSAPAKlLLA. PILLS. naveL yet been given. This is fill the Board. Politics not cousid-th- e here. Mrs. Sue Mulllns and pret and Aunt Mahala Carson. Tbey Hansford, and when completed and $100. Trial bottle free. turn viaos. company for which oar fellow ered. its the men thats wanted ty little neice, Miss Bertha Hicks, say that while they are glad to re will be about the best house on the W bT no ieorttil W puMUh lb forwui" o u ur mi.-- " townsman, A. H. Hamlin, has been wjj0 have tbe interest and wellfnre have been attendingthe State Fair ceive the gift, and thank the giver creek. We were all glad to read ' engaged. at Louisville this week, She re- - so much, that they would much John Renner'a letter from Ard, 0f the town in view. Ayer's Pills InamM the e"vJi5' W B.A. Riddle and Wm. Mid-shipm- m W il 1 II 1 l 111! We can supply , Four in Hands in Bear Windsor and Bat Wing Ties. and us when you in the very the fancy things in Neck Wear Just headquarters stripes. We a new the Teddy to Big Court next You hearty troin-Brom- - - ,T.,T ,-, fcifcFteN2f""iii523iSts,ii'i552SSS I A,, GOOD POSITION FOB IWU. BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL. i B N B - to-da- - turn-pike- k I ll For Coughs and Colds k al to-da- y stock-hold- er two-stor- y Ayers fOUYSnONETIAR the liver, and thus m&. Vw X iJ&- ""- - - $46444$60'O"Q"O'4640904440O"O'a' Scoffs Lttntxlsion strengthens enfeebled . ifv, 3 hJL 3 r Dugp, Stafcioney, Cigar?;, Tobccop paintp, Q eutatives, Hon. John S. Williams, urges Democrats everywhery to nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and 'emphasise the things that they are agreed upon, and forget the things nerve force. they do not ngrec upon.' "This is It provides baby with the necessary fat sound logic. If two disputants cannot agree upon the premise, and mineral food for healthy growth. IT they are also most likely to agree ALL DRUQQISTSi BOo. AND $1.00. upon the premises, they are also most likely to agree upon the conclusion. Now we can all agree upon the axioms and definitions of free society which we call the prin ciples of Jefferson few are really Democrats But we shall look in THE BEST PLACE IN UOCKCASTLE TO. BUY vain for tie principle ol Federal ownership of interstate highways among the principles of Tefferson. Ho also we shall find in those prinand. cipals no warrant for governing a people without their consent, or taxing one class for the benefit of the other class, or policing weaker nations, or entangling alliance with Kings, or expanding Federal Piignb No. 53. MT YEIINON, KY authority by shifty interpretations MAIN STREET. of the Consti tution. ..... n mTttrr7f'7? "r ' "- - W.'T'r. arr'T'-""'-"' MaSsta m''iII awinibaaaaaMaa An exchange says: "The Demo-ratlcteid- of the House of Repre- - TAX PROBLEM. (Continued from 2nd, page) BEREA COLLEGE. Berea College Las SOMKTHINO good for every young man and $&$K'$DrxZ CGX$rCX I I dM V A METROPOLITAN. young lady It has so many classes and departments that each student can be placed Avith otliers like himself aud Tho lcglsluturo of the etato of Oremake most rapid progress. gon has been working out taxation Training and Strength: Do problems during Its last session. In lino with othor progressiva status, mi you desire them for teaching, busiamendment ta tho Oregon constitu- ness, farm or household managetion Is proposed Tho citizens Inter, In Tax reform want an amend- ment, music, use of tools and ma estcd ment giving the legislature the broad chinery no matter what come to power of classifying tho subject of Berea. taxation and deciding what will bo To see things. Do you wish to1 taxed for state and what for local purposes. change your experience, and your Oregon has had a taxation commission at work for soma tlmo. From acquaintace among the best people come to Berea Its report, recently submitted, tho conclusion reached there Is that the genCtitjt la in Mm Tnif Tiub TAXATION AND REFORM IN OREGON eral property tax is not working wull and that It ought to be abolished In part at least. It ts suggested that It would bo well to havo separate sources of revenue for state nnd for local government, and the only way to attain this Is by amending tho constitution. I-- -. I The New Store Our now Grocery storo is now ready for tho inspection of tho buying public and wo invito you to call and see our line. Our goods arc till fresh and our variety excells anything ever oltered in Mt. Vernon. We' propose to supply tho wants of our customers in every line of Groceries. All goods delivered in town. When you want groceries, call Phone 56-1- . p patent MedicincP. Diseases of CMTdren A SpecWfy. S. C. DAVIS, Prop. $Mfc3C&3 i&fs!j&s&-j&Jtik- m GRANVILLE OWENS I attS Ondertaker Brodhead K I COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and JRobes. All Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled. ASSISTS YOUNG LADIES In acquiring an education for self support and independence. Bookkeeping,, Shorthand, Typewriting and Telegraphy tuught. Three lady teachers included in boarding Good faculty. the homes. Refers to lady graduates receiving $1,000 a year. Kentucky University Diploma awarded our graduates. For particulars address SMITH'S COLLEGE Fall, September the eleventh. You Can have our share in these great pleasures and advantages. Do not let this chance aud opportunity pass by unimproved. Find out about it. Write for the beautiful new announcement and IMPROVING TAX LAW8. catalogue of students. All quesTaxation Is tho subject of lnvnntlgv tions answered aud friendly greettkn and dlscussloR tn many slates ings extended by the Secretary, and three roparlH havo been made by special commissions which glvo an WILL, 0. GAMBLE, Interesting Indication of tho present trond of expert opinion, recomNew York's commission mends tho nliollllon of the tax on personal proporty nnd tho Imposition of k progressive tax on Inheritances The California commission I also opposed to taxing porsonnl property, but lliut If It Ih to bo taxed the should go l the counties exclusively with the revenue from the lax on realty. It Is further recommended that all corporations and franchise tuxes be reserved to the rev-enu- o Wo Ho CARMICAL Mt. Vernon, & CO 1 Next door to Bank of Mt. Vernon, - , Kentucky. j 3c53r)3fXX OCfifeXXC: Berea, Ky ffscafccgbc Wilduk R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. A COMPLETE LINE, a NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Remember that We have the Nerve Sick nervous, cannot have indigestion, IV weak, worn-ou- t, est at the LOWEST Prices. sleep; liead-.ach- e, report of tho Massachusetts commission proposes tho taxation of direct as well as collateral Inheritances, of billboards and of stock transfers, tho retention of all frtn rhls-- i exactions by the state, and a graded .tax 'on automobiles. It Is as scrti'd that with these additional levies, the Day State could readily enough abolish the tax on realty us wll as on personal property, except tor municipal purposes. Hero In Itliodo Island tho system of taxation Is Inadequate and Inequitable, but no effort towurd a betterment hax bi.i-i- i or Is likely to be made ns long uh itm country towns are In tho I'rovldeiiea News-Democr- Rlnto. Tuo neuralgia or peri- MORTGAGE TAX. Nature has the habit of striding advantages. Bumper crops every year would mean nature which l'ke abhors aud regulates in its own time and way. It would be false optimism not to recognize the fact that thisisoneof the years chosen to offset and average down such fat seasons as that of 1906, when the J....... mc ,:i i.....i pruuuuia uir.i. sou giuiicu cvci y market and choked in every avBut there enue of transportation. is another error to be avoided. Heed should not be given to the gambling Jeremiahs, who preach famine, destitution and agricultural financial and industrial distress The one true conclusion to be drawn from the reports of farming conditions is that crops will be sufficient, though not abundant, and the season one neither of the best or worst. n, n, . FALL SUITS ARE IN Yours is here. Come in and see it. Try it on and note the QUALITY and STYLE. You'll be pleased. All the LATEST PATTERNS ; checks, stripes, gray and brown, mixed weaves. Made by CLOTH- ' IfBHHm ING EXPERTS. More style and service for your money than any other store can give you. Kantbebeat clothes are "SUPERIOR TO TAILOR-MADE.- " If you, want proof of this claim, come in and sec for yourself. All this store asks is a mm Vi'v- - A FULLLINE c V Of Clothing, Boots and Sho s, Hardwar and Queenswaare, Groceri s and .r Dry Goods. W. H.RICH Andrews -- your nerves are weak. It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach, heart, lungs, etc., work imperfectly become sick. Dr. Miles x Nervine cures the sick when it restores nerve strength, and puts the power beliind the organs to do their work. "Almost tlireo years I suffered from nrrvouxiii'as. Indigestion, nml palpitation of tlio heart. I could not eat or tleep with comfort, or vrnlk or tnlk without suffering. Altogether t was In a bad condition. My doctor did not seem to do me any Rood. I hnd tried bo many remedies tlint 1 did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good. Dr. lilies' Nervlno win nuegested hy a friend. - I not relief from tho first, and after a few days I felt like a new person. It not only relieved my heart and nerve, hut lias Invigorated my wliolo ayoU'iu. 1 nm very grateful because rlnco I Imvo topped using It, I lin,o hnd absolutely no return of my old trouble." MItS. HOWARD FORD, 0 SummlJ Ave., Worcester, Mass. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. odic pains, it is because Kentucky. v -. SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. LONDON, KENTUCKY.) " Establishedfoleven years. Christian influences. Ideil. sito. Military training. Thorough work. Music and specialties. Work provided for needy and deserving students. School opens Tuesday, September 3rd. Write for catalogue. Address Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind J. C. LEWIS, Prin., London, Ky. REDUCED VIA RATES Queen BhpMMfcjBHBBMHfcMBHBBrtrfBw I Crescent 3ftBs W Mnnnl HH?""SI Route J. M. Hawkins, a drezrist of Mound City, Kani., has sold medicines for a great many years, and vrben finally he himself began to suffer from stomach trouble he had no hesitancy In deciding which remedy on his shelf be would take. It was Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Now. after having given It a good test, Mr. Hawkins writes us that it justified bis high opinion and he Is cured. It was tho same with Druggist. Kennedy, of Lexington, 111, He was not very robust, often had constipation and such troubles, so, going on what his customers who bad used It told him, he took Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and has been a well man ever since. There Is better remedy on CARDINAL RULES OF TAXATION. drutglst or no all materia medlca the shelf of any In than Dr. Caldwell's riyrup Pepsin for obstinate constipation, dyspepsia. Indigestion, flatulency, biliousness, Tho remedy proposed by K. M diarrhea, Jaundice and other liver troubles, Thresher of tho Dayton Ohamhor of whether the disease Is In an Infant, child, woman or man. Coiumurce tor tho difficulties tn the It Is the best family laxative. It Is gentle and tux Kyntcin of Ohio Is almllnr to tho enecuve, pleasant ana sure, the proprietors guarantee It absolutely both as to purity and ronrody now helng ursed In many results to be expected. Usually ono or two dosis will bring about a complete change for states. lie aaya: the better, and as It Is only SO cents or a bot"The CREcnco of tho dWlciilty seems tle sure relief can be bad for a few cents.II Buy a bottle so you can see what it will do for you. to lie In the attempt to make the ron stltution deal with details rather than ERCE TCCT Thou wishing to try Or.Cild-lllkICwl wtll'i Syrup Pepsin betort buywKh principles. ing can have a tree simple bottle sent to their hone by addressing the company, This otter u to prove thatthe "The proper remedy, in my Judgremedy will do as we claim, and It only open to those ment, Is only to he found In an amendwho have never taken It. Seid for It If you have any ment of the constitution which Rlinll symptoms of stomach, liver or bowel disease. Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children, women and old Rive to the general assembly pnwei folks. A guaranteed, permanent home cure, THE PUBLIO VERDICT: "No Laxative So Good and Sure to classify all proper nuhjerlx lor tux as DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." This product utlon In Biich a mannpr that bears purity guarantee No, 17, Washington, D. 0. "No Hiibjtct shall escape Its propei PEPSIN SYRUP CO. share of the burden 110 Ooldwell Bldg., Montloello, III. "No subfcl of I ho same clnss shall Sold by CHAS. C. DAFia. he laicl more than once "The lax slinll In nil r.iiei he unl form to subjects ot the same clash and Just to the subject taxed E pioixirtlon to the 2 or ZVi per rent formerly levied, It has Increased the revenue because formerly more than 8(1 per cent of tho mortgages escaped taxation altogether. The New York Sun, rcvlowlng tho operation of the measure, reports that "the new law warded off a serious shortage of mortgage .capital In this town during the lnltfr half ot last year It will no doubt roact before long on tile rates of Interest, bringing ihem hack to the normal level of 4 per cenl and 4',!s per rent, ami perhaps establish them eventually at so low a rate as 3V4 to 4 per cent." Is In Now York has n mortgage recording tux law which has Increased the revemio from mortugeg taxation over the old s) Jloni tiy HOI) per rent and to Kiiltrd In a rrduetion of Interest rates The pilnrlpMl vlrtuo of the law ts that Its does not admit The rrinn who sells remedies for most (rami, slnri it tnoitgagu to be legal of the human ills, and hears day after day rorordr-d- . must he tccdnleil, and to lie the onlnlons of Deonle who have used must pay the lux Small as th latter these remedies, naturally comes to know Druggist Takes chance to SHOW YOU. Come and put Kantbebeat clothes to the test. His Own Medicine n Overcoats Ready j Bit y:$yc&y&x. me superior . irom the inferior, and when the time cqmes that he has to decide on which remedy he will take, he of course selects the one he Has heard the most praise of. His own opinion, coupled with that of his customers', ought to co fsr In convincing tho laymsn that the remedr tho drurclit lelecii la ih h in 'the field. Sold by J. Fish. ftDccSrpoeSrpoc $p$p$x & JONAS McKENZIE You can't afford to miss the o.lcl reliable Storo for your SPRING and SUMMER Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy "Notions, -- auction-sal- e Wc cany no shoddy, second-hansuch as weNcnn congoods, only the best, scientiously recommend to our customers.. Call and rpo us when in need of anything in our line. Phone No. 83. d JONAS McKENZIE. $DZ$3X $p&3te?CD MONTHLY MISERY Is one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves M. L. MYERS, First-Clas- "EC A a. y) RIMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF PROMPT. EirrECTIVsT RHEUMATISM UMttM, jrafoay Trouble Mmlmtlam, I Granite kinds. Maumlgta, mntl Manufacturer on application. H Applied externally It affords almost la I reiiez from pain, while permanent I results are ceinsr enectea oy taking it in-- 1 ternally, purifying-- the blood, dissolving- - I the poisonous substance and removlof It I uvd mo system. GIVES QUICK RELIEF Nfagra Fnll." Excursions via tlonal Amendment to Permit Mt. Vernoti; Ky Classification of Property For llnrnnn Mnnnmmtlnl Queen & Cnjssent Route Julv 25 Taxation" Purposes. ) s August 10, and 17 Write-H- . tnd 30 J Work.' C King. C. P. A., Lexington, In common with other states that WORKS, fv , for particulars, arc seriously considering the bettoi OFFICE: At residence, on Old aug.-s- ment of tax laws, "Washington coue? the C. C. Wilof and to the front with a proposition to Main St., known as liams residence. amend lis 'State constitution. and The pertlnenL paragraph In the pro Phonb No. 73. Monuments oL all posed amendment reads: State of Washington Hat a Constltu Dentist, warn ATTORNEY-AT-LA- sunt Estimates furnished litfmljjmifnTJiil .eaiqnojjjaAJii ITnntrFencem forrkaumaUia DR. . D. BLAND Of Brawtaau Oi.. wrltaat , "I kid bMa a iiiiwr far a Banter of yean I ltkLbuooa4!Utumtlimlamyrmiu4 I aa triad all the nmrilu Uat firoald aataarfram lUlul rkl...ri alaa .An.tilt.d I noiuia ikat sty en. nlftf obulaaa fraai i (kll 'pnntiiM it u my practice GEORGE OWENS. 1 1 !, "Tho power of taxation shall never bo surrendered, suspended or con tracted away. Taxes shall be uniform upon the same class of subjects, and shall be levied and collected for pub lie purposes." C.C. Williams, 1 chouir than wood. Will last a UfoUmeAu liiitAitriWirld'irlr,tt.Usli,tN4. BujAajjoi pu 8upU3Aaid 'sjAir jCipjvst putt Suos 'aApoB ajjoiul l -- ua Uadrod dlMW.1' Haaeaek.'Mlmn..wrlteai bj lUuanuUjm tad Kldn.r Troubl. lbl tat ooula (Una on btr (ML Tho nDm.nl tk.r puiBwaowaoa mo aooriho would Hrum with Mia. Itrtodlurwltta'l-DRors"(Uidtodt7- l ho mo. won iiKiririaiii-soiikWMi-bkeasiMi DR. C. L. SATIS II I I I I. . .Ik I DTOOOTlbO II m m fnavMNV. uouBd u V ifij ptre VCiuaua moA Btj; pidio i j'puaig inoA ji OApoy XuuaiK 4jom jnoX jo pusuj jeacj moZ s CINCINNATI. O. 0f r IN itibjot o( Iroa Ftoce skews le est boot, low arlcos will II ctl- CtUsal see as. vii j Jf - MT. VERNON. KY. ISTOFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor ol A GOOD PLATFORM. The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church given This platform has been adopted by street. Special attention tho Ohio State Doard of Commerce as to collections. the slogan of Its campaign tor tax re Phone No. 80. form: "Our purpose Is to make Ohio the best state in the Union In which to earn a living, operate a business and own property." you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your functions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a reliable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, headache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness, fainting-spelland similar troubles. A safe and efficient medicine for all women's pains and sickness. Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; "I have used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar to women, and it has completely cured me." s, AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN WRITE US A LETTER describing; fully all your symptomi and we will send you free Advice In plain sealed envelope. Ladles' Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn, J10 $1.00 BOTTLES i.. and h.pp aa eoa bo. I tor tnv nAtl.nt. ni1 n.a I 3 I r I 1?ti.tmatLm Lnmbaao. Sciatica. Meuralirla. Kldnovl Trouble or anr kindred disease, write to ua tot a inai ootue oi BrA If VOU FREE Bllfr.r!nO' with m ammw 3 C MeCLARY WINE OF I i r . hi. .f SWANtOMRNMMATIO CURt fwpfrnw, i cocaine, morphine, alcohol, laudanum, and other similar Ingredients. Large aUoBottlo (too Dooeo) I v.w. .r VFIffUM COMPANY, PURELY VEGETABLE "DROPS" ts entirely free from oolum. mT9, vuilff Sold 3" A"b OHAS. C. DAViS. For sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek, near slate tunnel. No imonly such and provements timber as necessary 15s- supply the KY. BODHEAD, necessary use on the land. 40 Granite and Marble Monuments acres ridge land and level. Would and Tombstones manufactured by make au ideal stock farm. $297 ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. or $1.50 per acre takes the boundary. For further information ad Also Agents for Iron Fence. dress R. L,, McFerron, Mt. Ver-- i O. B. Atbright4, Manager noa, Ky., or this office. jjrodhead MarkJe Grrat Bargain: Undertaker & Embalmer, rnmnlDtpliINE of Caskets, Robes, &c. CARDUI -- , - YOUJG EDTtf-ATR- MEN AJD WOMEN cessful graduates. FCR PROFIT AT SMITH'S COLLEGE D Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly. Stanford, Ky. LEXINGTON. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting and Telegraphy taught. Refer to the thousands of suc Great demand for our graduates at fine salaries. Reputation as cheapest and best College. Write for parf'cu irs to Wll.llUR R. Sm'TH, Lexington, Ky, V J ;" si..- .- &- mMFM &' n