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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.AKY., FRIDAY, OCT. 1907. an mtmmmnnmmmwmMHimmimitmmnmm u tfrnh 2T ZS " .v :- f fffflffifMfyTTffi, ira m?m 1' JUBO . ' V.-T- : cm r " r .. - ; .vr, NT g &X$fcm&yC$&& . JSLI ml1 f . v -. -' J I iMLZS- 'A Vv: f ' - . U s(CU - J 1& , - - "IS.. ' For Clothin COME TO i"' V NEW GOODS! - .(. F. KRUEGER & SON. in ! NEW PRICES! PANTS, $1.00 to $5.00. They are the Progressive Pant, the best COUNTRY. .j , f- -, ' " ? New Everything! .every train DriiJgs mem in. .; Everything for Fall and Winter that is New-and Haven't time to write ads Come and see the finest lines ever shown in this country. ; . . the W 4 -- , . ;;.' t . DRESS GOODS For Dress Goods our store can not be passed by. We can please you both in Quality and Price 25 cents to $1.50 per yard. v T' il && " J: , Up-to-da- te - LADIES' SKIRTS i 8Bii6.v.-yt- - - From $1.00 to $6.00. Come and see us one and all. - :r;iN aPHHffiii& t S a' . tfrv? v tiLL) ffr5 '"ISa-F- - iFSi s ?n ?xgtji JT?tx Rki"vJW- - F. KRUEGER Mi Vernon, - & SOPl . u Kentucky. 1, iiiitliiiiiiiilliiiiliiliiillliliiiiiliiiliiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiii&liiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiilliiliiiiiiiiiiiliUiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiliiiiiliiiiiliiiilliii WHAT VK ARE OR ARE NOT. people who never learn anything because they think they know The longer we live, the more we enough to begin with. Thousands learn, and the more we learn, the are teaching when- - thev ought to less we think we kuow. Such is be taught; thousands believe themthe inconsistency of ninn's ideas. selves wise when their ignorance is The less one knows the greater jjs lamentable, thousands believe them opinion of his abilities and wisdon selves clothed in gold when they In the mortiing of lire a conceited are only thinly plated and the copman prides himself on his great- per shows through in many places. ness, and wonders to what grand The wisest are comparatively ig-' channel he will confine his talent rant and thousands of men who v,1 .s Jlja ' upon hh school district havo grand ideas of their own He looks as the world at large, and himself abilities will someday wake up to as the great genius itr whose keep- the realization that they have been ing the world's nature rests. He laboring under a large sized deluMany a young ninn's life is imagines that when he speaks na sion tions tremble, mountains totter and: gilded bright dreams that come in the early stage of the game, but EUGENE BROWN MULLINS. the sea becomes silent. He imagines that a gapping and later on he finds that these dreams At 4 o'clock Sundav afternoon, wonderinj: populace are gazing on are only empty, and 0, how little" the spirit of Eugene Brown Mulit comes. wonder is the change-whehim with lius look its flight to the God, who and ironclad astonishment, and gave it. The sickness and death of QUAIL. that he holds the world in the hoi-this promising young man was a w of his hand with a grasp that Rev. R. E. Todd filled his regu- peculiarly pathetic case. He reali perpetual. lar appointment at Bethel Sunday, ized that all, that could be done for Mrs. Elizabeth Owens was kick-e- n h:m, had been done; perfectly But as days, and months, and s by a cow and seriously injured years pass by in rapid succession, at all times, knew that it was the young man finds out that he 'is Siturday last. The inlant child of only a short time and with each possibly mistaken and if he should Mr. aud Mrs. J. S. Smijh is seri- succeeding day, could see that the wonder away and get lost some one( ously ill Mrs. Lizzie Parsons is end was slowly but surely coming. or more of all the people on the improving slowly. W. T. Taylor He bore it calmly, ofteu referring earth would not miss him. By and is doing some carpenter work for to the fact that he knew his days by he begins to realize that he is James E. Acton near Clarence, Ky. were few. Alex Proctor tells us he has but only one of the many millions of The first intimation Ihat he was a few more days to stay single. pfioole, and instead of standing so sorely aflicted was more than forth as the center of attraction, he Jack Mullius and family visited W. four years ago while he was at CenTaylor and family Sunday. ter College Danville, oue hemoronly fills a small niche of some ob-- f E scure cottier, and really attracts but -- Miss Minnie Lawrence U spend- rhage came, then another, becomlittle attention. The ignorant man ing the week with her cousin, Miss ing very frequent; he went West Wheat sowing thinking the change would do him who realizes his ig uorance and Louise Proctor who does not Feek to pass off for and corn cutting are the order of good and" for a time it seemed that more tbau he is worth, is pardon- i ie day. Farmers are somewhat he had found his fountain of health able, but the self conceited man who behind with their work. Elmer but soon, the tide turned, he began tries to pass himself off at Logsdou has retnrned from Lex- to lose strength, and seeing that R. G. Taylor is life was for only a short while with a premium, is to be pitied. The ington. slowly improving. best way is to bold one'd him, wrote his father that ' he tate himself too was coming home to spend his last down and not OUT OF SIGHT. high. The man who climbs the day?, which he de did, ruturning in "Out of sight, out of mind," is Jiy. highest has the farthest to fall. ' is more pleasant to be invited aid saying which applies with With a heavy heart we would It to take a higher seat than to be de- special force to a sore, burn or drop a tear to the memory of Euprived of it. It is more pleasant to wound that's been treated with gene Brown Mullins. be king of a cottag than servant of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's out His death has brought the bitter a' palace, It is better to be a good of sight, out of mind and out of cup of sorrow to the lips of friends r 'five cent piece than a bogus quar- existence. Piles too and chilblains and relatives He wasone,of-n- a ter; in other words, It is better to disappear under Its healing ture's noble.neu in its truest sense Guaranteed' by "Chas. 0. hold ourselves at 'what we. are honbrave, generous, uiauly. His waa the soul of honor, ' and Qhis es! ly worths Tlie world is fullf of Davis, leading druggist. 25c. jwsP'-jiifc- mL. '- - open-mouthe- d n 1 con-ciou- friends and friendships were sacred to him. Eugene Brown Mullins, the subject of this simple memori al, was born in this vicinity and, at the time of his death, was in his twenty fourth year. It is sad at any time to stand be side the bed of the dying and watch life's ebbing tide drifting the loved one slowly, perhaps, but surely in to the great ocesu of eternity, but when there comes whispering from parched lips: "Though I walk throught the valley of the shaddow of death, I will fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod nnd Thy staff they comfort me." it brings a oalm to the wounded heart. Thus closed the life of this noble young man. To the broken-heartefather, brothers and sister who sit in sorrow where hjs foot steps shall never again find echo, we extend the sympathy ofonewhowashis friend and admirer. When they have, drained the cup may the peace that passeth all understanding come to them from One who cares for each little sparrow that falls. Short services were conducted at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon by Rev. W. R. Briscoe. Misses Maud Graham and Grace Cox and Messrs James McDonald. Victor Tate and C. C. Cox furnish ing the music. The remains were laid to rest by the side of his mother, in burying grouud just back of the Presbyteriau church. d C0N1VAY If the frost holds off a few davs more our corn crop will be on the safe side. The schoolelection held here Saturday of last week was a very quiet one, Mr. J. C. Wood was elected trustee by a large Sorghum making is on right in this section and is turning out well. A new telephone Hue will be built from Conway to T. E. Bullins store in Scaffoldcane in 11 short time and a few Phones will be put in along the line which will be a great convenience. ma-jiritv. self-estee- The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Railroad Company has announced an increase in the wages of all telegraph operators on the system. The increase went into' effect October i, and came as a surprise to the men. A CRIMINAL ATTACK on an inoffenseive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the "appendix. Its generally the result of protracted constipation, following liver torpor. Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendisitis, and establish regular habits of the bowels. 25c at Chas, C, Davis1 drug store. An automobile passed through here last week en route to Mt. Vernon, it was quite a curiosity to a great many and some are still wonderiug what the thing was. Mr. George Corneilson who has been here for past three years will move to Madison county in a short time. Mr. J. M. Bullitt sold his farm here known as the Dr. Lewis farm to Bige Wood of Brush Creek for $3500,00. The Round Stone Land Co., have not yet( closed a trade tor their land, mill,) store and etc. here but the prospects a re that they will make the trade. George Corneilson made a business trip to Richmond this week. J. B. Smith and wife of Crab Orchard visited friends here first of last week. J. M. Woods is building a new residence on his farm here. He is building on the Co., Road at the widow Sparks place. l Mr. Sparks moved to the Jim tarm. Since the Round Stone Laud Co., have been on a trade to sell their property here to an East ern Capitalists some think oil the cause of the trade and land is fast advancing in price. Let it go up we think if ever there was a section of country made a boom it is' here. Liu-ve- The Black Hundreds of Odessa are continuing their attacks on the Jewish population, and the authorities are making no effort to check the lawlessness. A petition fox the reopening ot the uotorious Hartje divorce case at Pittsburg has been filed in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court by Augustus Hartje, thq plaintiff, influ-enc- f SOME INTERESTING FACTS. State help to bear the burden of edKentucky, which has always ucating the children of the Mountbeen a Democratic State except ains. from 1896 to 1900, was the first OTTAWA. State in the South to establish a system of free schools maintained Diphtheria is raging in this vicinby the State. ity. Mr. Barnet has moved to his The per capiu for Common residence purchased from Mr. J. Schools this year is $3.4', and the W. Proctor. Miss Lola Sowder, amount to be expended on public of Preachersville, who has te;n the education is $2,600,000.00, the guest of her brother, Gharlie Sowlargest per capita since Kentucky der, for a few days returned home was admitted into the Union, and Sunday. The protracted meeting the gJeatest amount expended tor at Union Ridge' conducted by Rev. public education by any of the Peterson, closed Wednesday night. States of the Union except four, Tart Proctor purchased of Mr. W. viz: New York. New Jersey, Penn- M. Houk, of Maretburg, a mule sylvania and California. lor $59. Fodder saving and cane 70 per cent, of the uegroes of grinding are the order of the day Kentucky were illiterate in 1S80. with the people of this section. In 1900, only 40 per cent, were Isaac Johnson purchased of Mr. illiterate. Of the white popula- Rigsby, of near Brodhead, a niu'e tion, 21.8 per cent, were illiterate for $50. Mrs. Margarite Brown is in 1880, while only 12 7 per cent, reported to be in a very serious were illiterate in 1900. That is, in condition at present. Charlie 20 years, there has been a decrease Sowder purchased of S. T. Proctor in negro illiteracy of 30 per cent, two sows and eight shoats for $19. and a decrease in white illiteracy ot There will be services at Provi9. 1 per cent, aud a decrease in gen- dence Sunday at 11 a. in. Mrs. eral illiteracy of i3 4 per cent. Josiah Mullins, of Cedar Creek visWe challenge those whoare, for ited her daughter, Mrs. S. T. political reasons, claiming that Proctor, Thuisday night. Mr. Kentucky spends more money for and Mrs. J. B. Sutton visited J. public education and receive poor- W. Brown and family Saturday er results from it than any other night. J. M. Craig passed State in the Union, to compare the through this section Tuesday with above statistics with that of any a nice bunch of cattla. other State in the Union, and then to reassert that ugly and uniust reHARD TIMFS IN KANSAS. flection upon the work of our pubThe old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almest forgotten in lic school teachers. . There are in Kentucky, nearly the. prosperqus, Kansas of today; quarter of a million negroes, who although a citizen of Codell, Earl Hamburg, has not yet forgotten pay little of the taxes, yet they get a hard time he encountered, He the same educational advantages as sas: "I was worn out and disthe white people. There ure couraged by coughing night and among these negroes 74,728 voters. day, nnd could find no relief until Another condition which handiI tried Dr. King's New Discovery. caps the educational advancement it took less than one bottle to com of Kentucky in her mountain pletely cure me." The safest and which is'sparseley settled, the most reliable'cough peple remote from railroads and edy and throat andand cold rem lune healer telegraphs, school districts large, ever discovered. Guaranteed by and the people poor. On account Chas. C. Davis druggist. 50c and of the conditions above mentioued 5i. Trial bottle free. it is very difficult to extend the blessings of public education, but The thirty-fiftaun-ia- i meeting the State of Kentucky has never of the Keituoky Trotting Horse shirked her duty. She has made Breeders' Association beoan Tuea. the more favored selections of the J day iu Lexington. -' dis-t'ic- rf" A 's t, h T-- IV If Xj ?. i r: :t k. 4 J U. si 4! v-. .. . , ,j . 1 ysv" -- '"'J&v. v mtmmmmJimmtmmnmmmmmAmmiBmmmammamm " "- - ' u 11 111 MT VERNON SIGNAL Oct.. Friday, n, l'JO". Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, SUBSCRIPTION ONB YBAR ho would "go after" the fellows refuse to pay his honest debts and to love their wives and their fellow men- - "go after" thetn as vigorous ly. as they go after the fellows who "cuss and chew tobacco," the true reformation of the race might be neater at hand. 11110 DUE A J), Ui I iiiiimiwiifi1H $1.00 NEWS ITEMS t. V s el n IP The September statement of the London Board of Trade shows inapplication creases of $1,407,000 in imports and $23,156,000 In export. MHMBBR OF The trial ot Elbert Hargis John . sj . . KENTUCKy PRESS ASSOCIATION Abner, charged with the assassination of Dr. B. D. Cox at Jackson, April 13, 1902 was called at Sandy county, WedHook, Elliott nesday. Millersburg Female College, at Millersburg in Bourbon county, was destroyed by fire Wednesday. The DEMOCRATIC TICKET. college was established In 1852. It was burned in 1878, but was later For United Stiles Senator J. C. W. rebuilt. Beckham. National Democratic CommitteeFor Governor S. W. linger. l'or Attorney General John K. Heuil-- r man, Ury Woodson, issued a stateicks. ment Wednesday denying Mr. For State Superintendent ol Schools Wilson's charge that Mr. Bryan M. O. Winfrey. to speak in Ken: For Commissioner of Agriculture J, had been paid tucky. W. Newman. Por Lieutenant Governor South Trim-blActine Secretary Adee danounc-e- s There is not enough joy in this as an "absurd canard" a report struceliuir world. So few people For Auditor II. M. Bosworth. which has reached San Francisco have time for it; but children, hapFor Secretary of State Hubert py rhLdren, who are brought up in by steamer to the effect that in forces have captured the port sympathetic atmosphere, in the an For Treasurer Ruby Lnfoon. finite leisure that is theirs, have For Clerk Court of Appeals John D. of Acajutla. immense capacity ior joy How Clienault. Alvah H. Martin, elected by the can we deny ourselves that enrichBoard of Directors to succeed J, M. ing spectacle a joyous child? The ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announce G, Barr as director general of the capacity for joy is one of the high We est of the human faculties, and it is T. JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk, abject to the Action of Jamestown Exposition, Tuesday trrosslv neglected. We walk too tho Republican party. assumed the duties of executive much with our feet in graves. Let head of the teicentennial. us laugh with the children and be . Wo arc authorized to announce W young. H. Lowly as a candidate for County The estate of William J. Gillepsie Court Clerk subject to the action of a wealthy Garrard county farmer, tho Republican party. SIMPLE HOME RECIPE. who died this week, was bequeatcd O K STORE, Opposite Court-llousTub coming election is fraught to St. Joseph's Infirmary, of LouGet from any prescription import isville. The estate is estimated to with unusual interest and ance to the friends of education in be worth from $75,000 to $8,ooo. pharmacist the following: Fluid Extract Dindeliou, one Kentucky, especially those who are A new telegraph convention be half ounce; Compound Kargon one engaged from day to day iu the tween Russia and China was signed , public schools, in the .noblest work Tuesday in Pekin. Under it Cuin.4 ounce: Compound Syrup Sirsapa-rillathree ounces. that human minds have been recovers all her previous telegraph Shake well iu a bottle and take a entrusted with. Not at any time rights in Russia Manchuria, and teaspoonful dose alter each meal in the history of the State of Ken 2 1,000 miles of lines and connect& tuckv has there been such a wide ions are formally turned back to and at bedtime. The above is considered by au spread sentiment among the people her emiuent author, who writes in a in favor of education, and keeping The convention of the National New York daily paper, as the finest Kentucky abreast r In reversing the decision of the Mr. Bryanmade eight speeches (ft; the schools of ; Association Citizen's Industrial with the best thought of the best opened Tuesday at Battle Creek perscription ever written to relieve Boyle Circujt Court, fining the in Western Kentucks' Tuesday, State of the Ujjtoq. Never has af Mich. The feature of the opening Backache, Kidney Trouble, Weal Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas and it is estimated that 37.000 Bladder and all forms of Urinar Pacific Railway Company for trans- people came to hear him. Mr. political party in any State given meeting was the address of Presi difficulties. acts porting liquor into a local option Bryan closed his Western KenThis mixture such prompt and satisfactory re- dent C. W. Post. Mr. Post took promptly 'on the eliminative tissue territory, the Court of Appeals tucky tour at Murray, after speak sponse to that sentiment as has the strong grounds against labor of the Kidnes, enabling them to I: Democratic partv of the Slate of unions and the closed shop. What do we need most? held that it was not within the ing to 6,000 people at Paducah. filtes and strain the uric acid 'and province of the State to regulate or Mr. Bryan and the leaders of the Kentucky. Through the passage of The Burley tobacco Society se- other waste matter from the blood controle interstate commerce, the several laws looking to the adDemocratic party in Kentucky are lected Winchester as the location which causes Rheumatism. vancement of the cause of educaliquor in question, haviug been much pleased with the result of Mr. for the sample tobacco warehouse. Some persons who suffer with shipped from Cincinnati. The Bryan's tour. Mr. Bryan returned tion and to the elevation of that tist rccoived a full stock of the beat shoes on It was decided to postpone action the afflictions may not feel inclined court adds that the fact the liquor to Louisville Wednesday to catch a great profession, teaching, the tho market, and nil wo ask is to let us comon the question of planting a crop to place much confidence is this in question was brought 'rom Ken special train which will carry him Democracti party demonstrates its a pare prices and give our Arnold Glove Brand n belief that the future growth and next year until October 29, when simple mixture, yet those who tucky to Cincinnati by the con through Southern Indiana. special meeting will be held for have tried it say the results ar. trial. signor, the Covington Brewing development of this great ComT November 1 1 has been selected this purpose at Winchester. surprising, slightest injur Company, and there shipped to the simply :: Call while our sooek is new and complete. monwealth depends largely upon as the date for the beginning of Trial of the five iormer life in to the stomach organs Si . consignee in Kentucky, did not in the education and training of the surance company officials who weie Mix some and uive it a trial. I anywise chan ge the legal complex- the fourth trial of Caleb Powers for youth in. the public schools. As now stock of winter goods will soon bo intheinurder of Gov. Goebel certainly comes highly recommend' ion of the transaction from one of Judge Hager, the Democratic nom- indicted as a result of a recent hand. 1 was tempor- ed It is the prescription of an legitimate interstate commerce. It inee candidate for Governor, said surance investigation, Mrs. Cassie Chadwick, who is in the opening speech ot his cam- arily postponed when the cases eminent authority, whose entire was immaterial whether the com seriously ill in the Columbus, O , Sureputation, it is said, was establish- mon carrier knew, or did not know penitentiary, was Tuesday baptized paign, ' Hand and hand with the were called in the New York preme Court Monday. In each in- ed by it. of our State must go development that the commodity was liquor or into the Catholic faith. A druggist here at home when that Boyle county was local option education of our sons and stance motions fcr dismissal of the the The National Paint, Oil andVar Arguasked stated that he could either territory. daughters. There is no single set indictmeuts were made. hish Association, in convention at rf on these motions will be supply the ingredients or mix the of men and women uuited in a sin- ments .( The postponement of the open- Cincinnati, has adopted resolutionsmade early next week. prescription for our readers, also gle purpose who can or do render thirty-fiftannual meet- favoring tariff revision and a na ing of the The cases against Elbert Hargis, recommends it as harmless. Jo the State better or greater sering of the Kentucky Trotting tional pure paint law. Bill Btitton and lAbner, John vice than do the self sacrificing The Mississiypi Valley Medical Eighteen detendants, who were Horse Breeders' Association at school teachers of our Common charged with complicity in the murLexington for one dv caused a Association, iu session at Co! urn der of Dr. B. D. Cox, of Jackson, formerly officials of insurance com Convenience of Savings Schools. many visitors. bus, Ohio, has selected LouisMll .'-,were dismissed at Sandy Hook panics, were expected to appear in dissapointment to While the true teacher will not Wednesday on a motion of the the Criminal Courts in New Heavy rains had renders the trick as its place of meeting next ear. y Many persons keep their money hero as a permanent in-allow politics to invade his school Among the voters who register vestment because the risk of lonning to individuals is avoid-- t in unfit for racing. to answer to sixty-onCommonwealth. Mr. Waugh, the room, nor enter in any degree ed in the East Side Ghetto of New ed. As an investment, you can compute tho not returns accu Commonwealth's Attorney, stated dictments growing out of the life Tneslny's discussion a the interratcly. Small amounts may bo added ut any time. A savings whatever in his schoolwork, outYprk is Simon Harriss, who gav District national cotton growers and spinthat an important witness was insurance investigations v account o tiers a profitable means to realize on funds that are side the schoolroom he should not present and without this wit- Attorney Jerome has announced ners' conference developed the his age as 104 years. J idle, awaiting investment, You may withdraw a part or the especialmake his convictions felt, A entire amount at any time. With a determination to save you ness the State could not make out that he will dispose of the cases as sentiment that the cotton growers ' ly iu matters pertaining to educa- a case. Why not lond your money to the Y are always welcome horo. quickly as possible. Tho first case ot the south will sell their product j bank? As borrowors, we tion and economics, and to the stand ready to recsivo such amounts was that of Dr. Walter R. djrect to the spinners of E urope AND CURE THE LUNGS called With the avowed object of unby the as you can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a rcgu- pursued policy being Gillette, formerly vice president of and America. growof his covering and exposing to the i lar rate of interest on your monoy We'll explain in detail if ""-Drofficials and lawmakers . the Mutual Life Insurinci Comyou will call at tho bank. Gv. Buchtel, of Colorado, and State. He should not hesitate to ers the principal abuses which have pany, who was indicated for forgeDavid B. Moffatt and Charles S. in the handling of make his position clear, for he or so long existed ry and perjury. Kountzi, bank presidents of Den8 (iNCOKPOKATKD.) she is a leader of thought in the American cotton, and to encourage V 1 rONSUMPTION Prlco ver, Tuesday received infernal ma needed reforms, representatives cf community. The teacher owes it 1 0UGH8 and 60c & $1.00 MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. chines through thi mails. They OLDS Froe Trial. to that community to be conver- the cottongrowing, spinning and ha'd been warned beforehand by the sant with all that is going on in a other interests of the cotton trade Chief of Police of Denver who had Surest and Quickest Ouro for all f conferxu.11u.ax ana juutiu xnuu& publij wav, and to biing some met in international obtained a confession from the men LE8, or MONEY BACK. who sent the machines. MiiimiiiinnimniiHninimHwiiiHnnnininmmnmin!!! to all is the ence at Atlanta Monday for a three salieut facts home, days' session. It is said that the this article purpose of leading iore.ignjHid domestic spinpresent PRACTICAL in the ners of the world were Tub habit of indulging UNDERTAKER, language at tho conference. use of profane or obscene -AND The Jamestown Exposition it. to Don't have a falling out with most nonsensical hab 3 is one of the your hair. It might leave you t FUNERAL DIRECTOR, of October. It being ever acquired. close on the 31st. its a human Then what? Thatwoufd mean Mt. Vernon. Ky. No man or youth evea raised hiur has been a financial fizzle from the thin, scraggly, uneven, rough Hw beginning. The U. S. Treasury self in the estimation of saints or Can Jurnish on short no- f hair. Keep your hair at home! of $, sinner by the use ol foul language. advanced au appiopriation Metalic Coffins arid Caskets and have Embalming Fasten it tightly to your scalp SticG Loaded Black Purity of thought and speech are 000,000, of which stupendous sum You can easily do it with Ayer's attached, S:dono. PTirie only $100,000 has been paid b.ick valuable virtues. And yet, its our Shoot Strong and Evenly, Hair Vigor. It is something by the managers. The Treasury by wire Promptly Filled. 3 honest opiniou that the man who more than a simple hair dressAre Sure Fire, unwittingly "cusses" a little now Department is considerable disturj23 Phone No. 63, ing. It .is a hair medicine, a difficulty it will and then, is not half so bjg a sinner bed regarding the Will Stand Reloading. hair tonic, a hair food. getting back the $900, 000 72iiiiiiiiuiiimiiimaiiuiiiiiaiiiiaiiaiiimmiiiiiiiaiii!iiiui as the fellow who continuously have in The beat kind ot a testimonial speaks evil of his due it, and there seems to be no "Sold ior over alxty years." They The Game. thinks evil and enrthlv way to recover it. As a bT J, O. A JOT Co.. IW.ll, Vu. neighbors, and refuses to pay his consequence, irom a financial Alto minufwturen of For Sal Everywhere. honest debts upon the theory that standpoint, at least, the Jararstown f SARSAPARILU. PILLS. 1 1Q CHERRY PECTORAL. paid it all, all the debt I affair wilt be the greatest failure "Jesus owe." If the preachers of the land of all the Expositions. Adve Using rates made known on Mr. and Mrs Jones, of Lexington are here in the interest of the . M. Mrs. J. R. Cass and .sou, B. of A have returned irom a visit to Mr.1'. Nannie Albright at Mt. . Vernon. Misses. Flora Whitehouse and Jennie Taylor have returned to their homes at Gravel Switch after spending two pleasant weeks the guests of Mrs. Eliza Pike. M. B Bowling has returned from s weeks stay in Hamilton, Ohio. Thos. W. Evans and Ceph I,ecce, of Lebanon Junction, were r.t home this week. Mrs. W. E. Giavelyand Mrs. H. H. Hutche-sowere in Louisville shopping this week, Prof. Densraore and wife of Berra, visited Mr. and Mrs. I. G Frith fust of the week. A. K. Wtsley spent last Sunday with home folks at Eubanks Dr. Nun- erlv, of Birmingham, Ala., was here to see W. K. Shuuars first of W. K. Shugars, or., visited week. his son. W. K. Shuears, Jr., first of week. The Gum Sulphur base ball team defeated the home boys last Sunday by a score of itoo ). R. Thompson, of Paris, spent last Sunday here mingling with friends and relatives. n B A R G A N S Just From The City Bargains, Quality, With tn With Prices. Outing: 9c per yard, 50 patterns. UNDERWEAR Ladies1, Misses', Childrens' and Men's. e. Come while they last. The newest and most complete in town. Vree-au- Hon-dura- n Trunks; Suit Cases and Traveling Bags, leather and canvass, Come now. G.T.JOHNSON, e. &$:c$D!e&Gg3 BARG'AI NS IT IS SHOES! :l J I o.-ot- Our A. C. HIATT, HIATT KENTUCKY. - h $ j XXXXHc . xWxxcWxi the Account York-Monda- y e KILL COUCH King's . New Discovery i THE BANK OP MT VERNON, My Hair X3X3CGX WQJtoX Willis Griffin Ran Away WNCHBSTBR "NUBLACK" 1 Powder Shells Stock Complete. Hearse ORDERS 3 2 3 3 Always Get A lf UWlO WW Subscribe tor the SIGNAL. i lY .V MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vuunon, Ky. - Oct. II, 1 n UP 7Q you won!'No.Conimunl. T7 H S3 to 79" Wllon Hugh Miller is the buggy man thee parts. Hugh will trade you a Fisher buggy to auy old thing. in f ac& crt wltll 81QNAL., The infant child of John Robin-sonborned Monday, diedWedncs day, , ,1 H i T? (5) TXT?1 The Grand Lodge I. F., of Kentucky, is in session at Georgetown. 0.0 p' H Iloukvillc&NaihviucR n Co 22 north 21 north 23 south 21 South to y $L ? vill be buggy. 1.24 pm The Hansford company has put 3:40 a m in several ne.w phones on its lines 1:24 p m during past week 12:20 am The baby of Mr. and Mrs. George Tas. Landrtjm, Agent. Owens, which was born Thursday, Phone No. 58. died Saturday night. When you go for a drive get in a Fisher buggy. They carry you with ease and safety. TIME TABLE. When in town and you see Hugh the first word you hear him speak ER E YOU L, E M GENT Wear FANCY VESTS show-ing' Entered nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofllce as Becond-r- ! lis mall mutter. PERSONAL Lloyd Mnret is telegraphing the South. A movement is on foot to extend Miss Beulah Smith is reported telephone lines from Conway to very sick , Bullen's store, Scaffold Cane. Mrs. D. B .Southard visited relaWhen you are in your field at tives in Brodhead. ' work and you see a buggy going by Judge S. D. Lewis is taking in the, first thing that pops into your the Jamestown exposition. mind: Is this a Fisher buggy. Mrs. Susan Henderson has re- The special term of Circuit Court is still in session and will in continue until next Friday. We are now the best line of Gent's Furnishings in Mt. Vernon, and can a They always make fellow lookGood" ., $ ' - Just received the nicest line ot turned to her home in Parksville. ladies ond childreus' cloaks eyer . Mrs. J. R. Cass spent Saturday oct 4 3t until Monday with relatives here. brought to Brodhead. R. H. Hamm, Brodhead, Ky. Mrs. Matilda Houk has been The ''dam" suit of Bowman & very sick for several days. Cockrell against W. R. Thomas Oscar Bryant and Cleavie Hayes are taking in the Jamestown expo- etc., has been continued uutil the next term of court. sition. The Mt. Vernon gun club is Chas. 0. Davis will leave Monmaking a very poor record just day for Chicago to buy his Xmas now, shooting at the '"blue rocks," goods. but they live in hopes of improvH. H. Hutchesou is acting cashier of the Peoples Bank during Mr. ing with time. The school election held here Salin's absence. Mary Houk is learning the last Saturday reached almost, a .Miss heat before it was over. U. G. millinery business in Mrs. Cleo Baker and S. B Ranisev were the Brown's store. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Adams and successful candidates. son, C aspcr, attended the burial of J. A. Wood has purchased the Stores farm of 300 acres near Con Eugene Mu'lins. . F. S. Mullins, of Orlando, will way, consideration $3,500. Mr leave - shortly for Oklahoma to Wood will continue his residence at Orlando for the next year at any home. make rate. J5H Mrs. Clara Hayes came up from t Livingston Monday to attend the There was 100 voters registered burial of Eugene B Mullins. in this place on the tst. In East R. Baugh and little daughter Mt. Vernon, 45; divided as follows: C. DoeX$fcec5 Mary Kuhcrine spent Saturday 26 republicans and 19 democrats; in West Mt. Vernon 54. republiand Sunday with relatives here. When you see a Fisher buggy-tha- t's cans 27, democrats 28, independCashier M. B. Salin left Saturall-- it speaks for its self. ents 1. day for Oweuton, where he will join Mrs. Salin for a week's The case of Bowman & Cockrell Ladies, don't fail to see our up-tvisit. against W. R. Thomas etc, for date line of cloaks, before makand $5000, the plaintiffs were awarded ing a purchase. Mrs. W. B. Whitehead K. H. Hamm, Brodhead. Ky. daughter, Miss Lou Anna, are d milages in the sum of $1,000; 43 attending the Jamestown exposi- Fritz Krneger against O P. Bostic. Fhrtiuzkr: Just arrived, a car verdict for the defendant. The tion. suit of Ellen Arnold against W. M. of the old reliable Horse Shoe FerMiss Ruby Whitehead after an Call on J. J. Smith or Sow-de- r instruc- tilizer. extended visit w'th relatives here,' Norton et al, & Owens, Brodhead, Ky. returned toiler home in Norton, tions. sep 20 3t The advertisement now runuing Va., Sunday. For Sale: Complete set blackMrs. 0. B. Henderson left Sat- in some of the papers, of a Cincinsmith and wagon makers tools, inurday morning for Somerset, where nati telegraph school, stating that cluding patent tenon machine, tire she will join her husband to make person could qualify themselves to bender, shrinner, post drill etc. fill positions of telegraphy in from their future home. A bargain for cash. of Lynch- three to four months, is simply rot Mrs. D. C. Sandidge, R. K. Powell. burg Va., who use to be Miss Most learners after a years hard Sept 27 Mt. Vernon, Ky. 4t Berda Martin? with her little daugh- study and work h.tve simply got fairly started on the road toward Having sold my stock ot goods ter, is visiting her patents. making an operator whie of course at Orlando, all parties owing ac G. Wash Biker is sojourning at they should be able in that time to counts to me must call and settle Riversburg, Tenn., looking after do ordinary office work. Then same at once, 'either by cash or Sparks big crusher plant. Ed Cox that $60 to $80 per month is a de- note. I must wind up the busisays Wash will be next manager at lusion and a snare. ness and you will do me a great Riversburg. fa or by" responding promptly to Miss Margaret McCIary spent Willis Adams & Son will have a this call. Saturday and Sunday with her sale of horses at their place in Mv. . A. Wood. Oct. io. Oct.-- 1 1 cousin, Miss Eva Fish. Miss Mar Vernon on Saturday Orlando Ky. 4t garet has a good position in the These are Western horses of a good Mr. H. S. Brannaman, of Wildie Williamsburg Institute. grade, has gathered so far, 4122, tomatoes Later: Jack Adams, who is R. L. Coilier was out from Crab Orchard Monday looking alter tele- coming through with the horses, from six vines of his tomato called phone poles. He has shipped a writes that the train carrjing them the ''Nugget." The largest number ol car loads to Mississippi and also the car they were in, went ber taken from one vine is 854, and points in last few weeks for the into the ditch at Grove, Kansas, there are more than 200 more and much damage doue to the green ones on the same vine. A telegraph people. premium of $25 in gold is offered We understand that Mr. J. P. horses, and it will take several hours to get the wreck su fiiciently to the one raising the largest numGraham is soon to move his family ber, and Mr. Brannaman is sure he to Bardstown, where be has been cleared away to make examination will be the winner. kcated for the past few months in Announcement later, either by "Who is that? Gues? I don't charge of one ol Turner, Day & circular or in these columns what know, who is it? Well guess who," Woolswortl) Handle Oo's mills. will be done. We regret very much that it be etc., etc. Such talk over a teleWe certainly regret to lose this family from our midst. comes our duty to chronicle the phone line is a positive uuissance, splendid Mrs. L. T. Houk and Mr. Mose death of thai splendid citizen and and if the parties only knew, they Rowlings, of Jamestown, Ind., are good man, Mr. R B. Hatcher, who often delay business and hold back visiting relatives m this county. died at his home near Level Green urgent messages for doctors etc., Mrs. Houk. Mr. Rowlings, Mrs. Tuesday night after an illness of while they are simply exchanging Per Hiatt, and Mr. aHd Mrs. M. onl a few days of pneumonia. foolish questions instead of getting O Fish spent Monday the guests throug wjth their talk in a sensible of Mrs. Nannia C Albright. Mr. Mr. Hatcher moved to this county Houk is expected in a few from Laurel county about six years way, they dawdle along holding the L. T. ago, locating near Level Green line to the annoyance of perhaps days. nnd during his short stay among us someone who fs anxiously waiting LOCAL has made many warm friends. He to get the line for urgent and imold and reliable was in every particular a splendid portant purposes. When you get Hugh sells the man and good citizen and in his tfn answer to your cal, tell at once Fisher buggy. death the county nnd community who and where you are then ask The Bank of Mt. Vernon has if the party at in which he declared its annual 10 per cent, especially, great loss. resided have is, the party other end of the line ou wanted calling suffered a The burial .dividend, besides putting a nice took place Wednesday at Friend- their uamt etc,. Stop the guissing business. profitjo the surplus. ship burying ground. . fe-vbis-futur- dress you from head to foot in c oming Soon! Woolensourin the Piece store on at Wed. to Sat October 6, to 9, Sent expressly to us for this occasion by We arc going to have a graat display of on all occasions. We are showing some nobby ones at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75 and $3.50, and THEY Clothes -- PE BEAUTIES. STRAUSS Good Tailors for 26 'Years. BROS., Chicago. Ask to,see them, then you will know. that you will not be ashamed of Your Dollar is worth 100 cents here. Their collection of woolens without question contains more exclusive patterns of high quality than any other line in the country. Their tailoring Is guaranteed, which means that if the clothes don't satisfy, you don't need to to take them. That's strong enough guarantee, Is'nt it? SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY. SHOES The kind with the STAR ON THE HEEL are the kind we sell. BE SUR.E TO COME. ' p&gj&tyf k k o -- num-LsPok- I When you ask your neighbor Hugh has sold the Fisher buggy ooououuooooooooooyooouaoooo&ooooooooooo'oooooooooGoo what kind of a buggy that is, he 9 years. They will be here 99 A will tell you it is a Fisher buggy. years more. Why? Because they Th(man op woman who earns a irood salary has mado propara- The improvements in Mt. Ver- are the only buggy. tlon. Let us holp you to prepare for a good position We havo helped others and can holp you. non still goes on, and to us it Q . Wanted: Hickory and White-oaSpokes. Will pay highest seems that every citizen in the SHORTHAND, 1I00KKEEPING, TYPEWRITING town should be delighted with the market price. Also Hickory and and all other commercial branchos taught Ir the Business DeWhite-oabuts. Will give price splendid work, the board of trus partment of Ihc " on application. SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. tees are doing. W. H. Carmical, Wrlto for lcafllct giving particulars and showing what our stu- 5 Mt. Vernon, Ky. Bask Ball: There will be donts havo been able to accomplish. Address g three games of base ball played The L & N. is making some very J. C. LEWIS OR E. H. LYLE, LONDON, KY. g on the Mt. Vernon grounds next decided improvements at this place 000 ftnonooooowooooooouuuooooooooooooooenon nnoooooo 000 Monday. In the forenoon Mt. by having a new tence built around Vernon 'will play Livingston; in section house and building a side the afternoon Mt. Vernon vljl play walk on Main street, something London, and London will playvLiv-ingsto- that has never been bofore. &y Don't fail to see, which Rev. Walter Brock, who has will be the last games of the season, been attending school in Louisville 'Ms and which will be the 'best ball for some time, and who was formerm Strong teachers mall departments Higl School, Gramplayed on the Mt. Vernon grounds ly pastor of the London Baptist mar, Intermediate, Primary, Music, Cooking, and Sewing. m at any time this year. Only three places left in the dormitofy and cottages, out church, has been called to take good homes in the town are open to students. Tfrms: care of the home flock again and is "What has decome of the new Board and tuition, $103.00. Tuition alone; $30.00, 20.00, Bank and Trust Company?" is a expected to preach his first sermon $15.00. For catalogue, address: question asked many times a day next Sunday. We congratulate M MISS IDA M. TAYLOR, Principal, on the streets of Somerset. The the church here on securing the stock has all been subscribed ac services of such an able divine and Mount Vonion, Kentucky. cording to those who have been in- splendid gentleman. London LoBJ SaSEE85ESESBSESSBSGSSS5SES8ESSSSESEG5E terested in the matter, but it' seems cal. as if the organization has never Good schools, good churches and been perfected Mr. Hutcheson, good roads are a grand thing to COLLAR JiAHEL who came heie in the interest of have in a community. In order to the new concern, and wild was have these things people must be of as caslll'er. been educated to take pride in all these awav for nearly a month. The Your home paper can and will do promoters say it will be launched most to encourage all of these iu the near future and the delay is things than any other agency. only of short duration pending The school children read with some matters that must be fixed pleasure the home happenings, and. IA KV 34 I fci3'Vf5..r i7)L,,'JiWl before they proceed farther. There as they grow up become interested is a movement on Ifoot to establish and make useful citizens. Give a $100,000 State Bank and Trust the children the home paper to Company at Danville aud it is said read. It costs you but a trifle. To buy ctothes- from n general that enough stock has been subappearance stand point, as all Vice President of the Uuited scribed to insure its being a go HiiitSj oven tlio poorest grades; will Reports from that place yeterday States Charles Fairbanks look good before the varo worn from excellent authority, says Mr. speak at the important points be tween Middlesboro and Winchester J. W. Hutcheson, who was engin eering the scheme here, is working on Friday, October 25, beginning the Danville proposition also in at Middlesboro at 9:30 a. m. Ar To buy elotliinor with tlm , connection with B. T. Head, the rive at Pineville at lo a. Shioid hbol as shown abovo, well known financier of Lexington. Pinevilleat 10:30 a. ra.; arrive at attached to colla.t The retail Has Mr. Hutcheson dropped tie Barbourville at 11:10; leave I tHHl at 1 p. m ; arrive at Cor-biprice is also attached to coat sW Somerset proposition? Somerset at 1:40 p. m ; leave Corbln at sleovo. Jo.irnal. Mr. H. H. Hutcheson, who is to be the cashier of the 2:10 p m ; arrive at London at 2:40 ITS GUARANTEED. new Somerset Bank, is here this p. m.; arrive at Livingston at 3:5o week in charge of the Peoples Bank p. m ; leave Livingston at 4:20 p. KOK SALK JJY and says that the matter has not dropped at all, but on account of m ; arrive at Bereaat 5:10 p. m ; A. sickness and other pressing busi- leave Berea at 6:25 p. m.; arrive ut ness mutters, it has beeu necessary Richmond at 6 p. m ; leave Rich- Ky. to delay the completion of the mond at 6f3o p. m.; arrive at Winfor a short time. chester at 7:30 p. m. GOOD POglTBOft FOB YOU. S32ssss:2:sss:ss SCHOOLS BROWN MEMORIAL ft a B H -- ; v i aawaataaavatatjji IT'S A - RISK IT'S SAFE 111 le n m- OLIVER, Livingston, J. t - 'x' r-- W77 If' It f t . H V V gj ;::s mm'''X-..'j-J- "V 1 I Drugp, it M r r t r MUI.KVS, THIJ I'A.IKR. HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER. A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE. The mule is stronfer Ihan the My dear old mothe, who is now suggestive or There is no more Q oot$ cinv :oa tsxsioonua m years old, thrives on sight to .our eyes, than man. Though the mule is Mranger tighty-threbeautiful an elderly married couple, than the nnn, the nun inntiuts Eelertric Bitters," writes W. B. that of snoAJSU anoX dn sauoj puu pooq msu spijrtq ij urroi.es. Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. "She has who trustingly and lovingly to the mule for his own gether have walked the rugged He puts a bridle on him, and a taken them for about two years way of lire from onth to old age, saddle, and rides on his bnck. lie and enjoys an excellent appetite, well." a id now hand and hand, and heart puts harness made of leather on feels strong and sleeps OBtMJOSq UAVOp BUep3UI JO 8103JP J9)J19 otp JO t heart, are patiently and hope thi mule, and by snenkiuc to him That's the way Ec'ectric Bitters afmu suioosq jo Xjisbd pjoD ipjtja noj fully waiting upou the hither shore and plenty ol licks, he induces linn fect the aged, and the same happy 9UII) SUOJ V 8ST2 TDUBJBUI JO )33JJ9 31JJ, of time, for the bound of the boat- to walk and pull a wagon while results follow ii) all cases of female Q man's oar, to be borne ncro's the tie turn gets into the wagon and weakness and general debility. frriver. We look back nlong the rd;s, The mule does much hard All puny children too are greatly dim vista of years to the halcyon work, hut al! the money gained by strengthened by them. Guarantime of life's sunny morning, we the mule's hard work the man ap- teed also for stomach, liver aud witness their plighted vows at the propriates to himself The mule kidney troubles, by Chas. C. Dais altar, and sec them go forth, m the lives roughly, is fed in a trou3h leading druggist. 50c. THE BEST PLACE IN ltOOICOASTLE TO BUY pride of life and the glory of theii aud sleeps on the ground ou a young wedded lives to the struggles-o- little stiaw. The man eats at a existence Many a Godspeed table and sleeps iu a warm bed. and kind word of cheer fall upon The mule is a useful animal to tl e and. their ears as they go out from be- man. The firmer is stronger lhan tLe that is neath the parental forever. monopolist. Though the firmer to shelter tbem no more Hefore them lies a new world of ex- stronger than ths monopolist, the periences, ofjoy and sorrows, ot monopolist manages him for h's prand successes, and oerhaps cf owti purposes. He puts a hi idle MAIN STREET. MT VERNON, KI PrtONR No. 53. loyalty to party, in his e called WHEN YOU SHOOT But strong of sad failures mouth, a saddle on his back, ai d You want to HIT whit you are alminc at and resolute of will, aud with be ll tl'J, beait or target. Male your peC$GcC$Dor .ife'ssky rose tinted with the flush rides him where he wills. He puts thou count by (hooting the STKVENS. For 41 yt STKVENS AKMS have harness made ot prejudice on the Jk? of dawn, the move on, and enttr carried oil FKLMIER HONORS lor Ourlmei upon this to them all unexplored farmer, and by unking speeches to him, and giving nim plenty of taffy We see world of experiences. Rides, Shotguns, Pistols them all unexplored world of ex- induce him to walk aud draw a Sen A.k your Dealer In. til. In llanipi fjr Catalog tl.tonthehTrVKNS. periences. We see them settled in monopolist carriage. If ri cannot obtain, of eomiMcte oulMit. A The fermer does much hard work we thlp direct, tx taluaMebook of refer their new Lome. Perhaps it is a frtftj, upon ence for present an frtu K. receltinf.atalpi'lrke trmrtlre hooterl. log cabin in the wilderness, with but the money gained by the fai Aluminum Hanger will Ecautilul monoplist appropri neighbors few and far, or may be n be lorwarded lor 19 ccnti la itmpi, cozy little cottage in some distant ates to himself. The farmer has COMPLETE LINE J, Stevens Arms & Tool Coi, to.vn. The husband is bravelj becom j poor and lives loughly on r. 0. Box 1096 Coffins, Caskots and Robw. a mortgaged farm, and eats plain bending every energy to the task, CHICOPKK FALLS, MASS., U. 8. A All Mail, Telegraph or Tole- of mastering the hard conditions ol fold from delf and tin phtea, and phono orders Promptly life, and a home and a name in thf sleeps on a sfaw bed. Th : farmer world, and securiug if possible that is very useful to the monopolist Filled. C Farms For Salk. I have two Moril: Those who do not use independence that shall reliete farms, 125 acres in one and 108 in V & thenr from the possibility of want their brain for themselves must the other located 'A miles East of To the wile's rosy cheek has come use their muscle3 for homebody Bee Lice, which I wish to sell improvement?. privately. Good the pallor of the dreadfull agonies else. For further information address or maternity, but now her eyes are G. B. Sutton R. P. D.No bright with a new hope, as she Bee Lick K June caresses the tiny lorm that nestles Ant then comes ac n her bosom. detl care and heartaches as the Few peonle nltoeethcr escana n NEW and COMPLETE Lino of GENERAL jears glide away. Wc see them der of ffrje ppwels. You may a disor catch cold. MERCHANDISE, Remember that Wo have tlio with streaming eyps and ple.iding wo rry too much. exurclso enouch or do a hundred and l'ps. bending over the couch of fheit not Best at the LOWEST Prices. one otner tniugs mat result darling, as its little life flutters tion or costiveness. When in constipathe trouble nway in tue snort gasps o- - ais comes it is well to know what to do for it. In tho ooinion of thousands thcro is no Cheaper than wood. Will tut llotlme.W solution, and its eyes grow dim better euro for constipation than Dr. ' lujtiilAitrtftWMld'irsIr, St. Louis, 1104. & u ider the touch of death's icj Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which anyone can obtain for SO cents or $1 at a drug ""isfeWARr ironY&upaU But anon, time pours fingers. store, we an novo constipation occaClothings Shoes; II CINCINNATI, O. J! and balm into their wounded sionally,, bottlo the sensible thing to do Is to have a 0rtr 100 dnljii ot Iroa Fries sows In en Cilf of thlt remedr alwnrs in tha Lew prices will surprlss jss. nlcht hearts, and the bitter trial and loss house. You uuo It at wake upon rctlriwr. for Groceries example, and when rou Ctii soj la tbo morning V QxQ no as. which they thought they nevei m rour usual hour It produces tta results. our stomach Inntan llr becomes Heater, Tour bead clearer, your eyes brighter, sou icelncttre could endure, fades away into aud spry once nealn, your oppctlto has reyr ijj ready turned and jou ( tender memory.- - Again we behold siasm and Tlcor.aroAll this to work with enthuffi may not havo taken more than a dose or two at a cost not to ozeced them, as in the long ago they went two or thrco cents. Can jou ntford to (ecl bad forth into the w.irld, now their own when you can feel roodoffor ao llttlor Dr. Wilson Urotrn. Metropolis. Ill , has no In noble sons and daughter burdeueo hesitancy thoBuying- that Dr. Caldwell's brrup Pepsin is Greatest of all laxatives and he frankly patients that with the unsolved problems and It when admits to his liver or bowelsIf tboy used the stomach, sot out ot of life, fob order they would liavo lest need of him. It Is tin tired responsibilities without doubt the best cure for occasional or BODHEA D, KY. chronlo low in their footsteps; aud soon Jaundice, constipation, djspcpsla, biliousness, sour stomach, lazy liver, flatulency, Granite and Marble Monument similar In their home is left utito them deso diarrhea, It anda thousand dlcostlvo Ills thanold or yournr. Is times better mlt and Tombstones manufactured by waters, late, save in the companionship ol or purtratlvo the taste, acts Kently but surely. Is pleasant to does not erlpe, and cures ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO cltt.tr own souls. Well for thmi' rjcnniincntlv. druggist and Ooto your cot a cent or Id Also Agents for Iron Fence. they hive within theinselw uufcuu uuu eoo u uur claims aro noi lusimcu SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. D. B. Albright, Manapt treasures of culture an chir.cu wllhln? ERFF TET Thc" SyniB Pepsin btfore "v or.cud. I well's rlllaEe LONDON, KENTUCKY. that shall supply their dearest need; ing csn luve Ia COsamplt bottle sent tc their boms by free tddreiting the company. This ofVr It to prow Uutthe well for them if schooled iu that remedy will do as we claim, and Is only open to those who have never taken It. (or If you Established (eleven years. Christian influences. Ideal, beautiful philosophy that enabled symptoms ol stomach, liver Send Itdisease. have any or bowel Gentlest yet mott effective laxative for children, women and old silo. Military training. Thorough work. Music and St. Paul to say: "I have fought lolkt. A guaranteed, .permanent home cure. THE PUBLIO VERDICT: "No Laxative So B i tfness, specialties. Work provided for needy 'and the good fight, I have finished my as DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." Good and Sure This product VIA bears purity guarantee No, 17, Washington, 0. C. deserving students. School opens Tuesday, Soptom course, 1 kept the faith," they too PEPSIN SYRUP 00. ber 3rd. Write for catalogue. Address 1 tO Caldwell Bltlp., Montioolio, III. can feel in their souls that thej best they knew, and hive done the Sold by CHAS. C. DAFIS. that now they will trus.t the good Father for all that Is to come. The shadows stretch away in lengthening lines toward the oast, and now W. A. they are calmly watching the glories of the coining sunset of a well Niagra Falls Excursions vin spent life. How grand they seem ueen &CrtF.sent iKoute Julv 25 in the fruition ot their years, with .ud 30 AuBitst 10, and 17 Writt their silveied hair glowing in the I. C King. C P. A., Lexington, AND , for particulais. golden gleam, Their sunset's 1tlg.-- . PflPER-HAHGE- R faces are radiant with a divine hope tint beyond the bars of the shining WALL PAPER. ROOM west the beckoning arms of their M. L. MOULDINGS, ETC loved ones are outstretchiug toLet us make an estimati wards them to welcome them to Mt. Vernon, K ou work before placim n( Vernon their home of eternal rest and love; Monumental s A PROMPT. EVFEOTIVC vour order. aul that in a few more das, or REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF Work. All Work Guaranteed years at the ni"st, they will pass tin WORKS, as one weary with the buiden ol )FFICE: At residence, on 01 of and the d iv gathers ."the drapery of vlain St., known as the C, C. Wil Lumbmgo, Malmllom, Nmurml0lm, Ktonmp Trouble antf and bis couch ah nit hi u, niul lies ianis residence. Kladrmd Dlmmmtmm. Granite Monuments of all down to pleasant dreams." Phonr No, 73. Factory GIVES QUICK RELIEF vFfom the ADDlIed externally It affords nlmn.r In. ' Ul n fin livffv ns i.e iih inhnfl tant relief from pain, while permanent I cooc-o- w X&DCC& 3$n$ptcy $!(pK '. e The N ew Store -- i METROPOLITAN. tationey, Cigarp, Tobccopj f painty Qi Pahznb jzdicinzpt Diseases of Children A SpecWfy. S. C. DAVIS, Prop. STEVENS 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 aro all fresh and our variety excells anything over offered in Mt. Vernon. Wo propose to supply the wants of our customers in every line of Groceries. , AH goods delivered in town. When you want groceries, call Phone 56-1- . W. H. CARMICAL & CO. Next door to Bank of Mt. Vernon, roof-tre- e 1 Mt. Vernon, $DC$3C&SC36 - ,r - 1 - Kentucky. i 3CXJCXCC pin-pos- f I GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I 4 no-it- Brodhead I three-colo- r If you wear Kant-bebeclothes you can look your best all the time with comparatively small cost. We can dress you better for less money than any other store. Will you give us the opportunity to prove this to you? Drop in and let us show you why Kantbe-beL'" j 1 clothes are at It's a duty you owe yourself and your friends. LOOK YOUR BEST at rifjr "PTTnrjn TO Tr 11 y mmm ,ii,xwtiiywz'. jfZFW ifSZ'p ; '. 'YEi-s- xwik ii.iw TAILOR- - 3focd:b3fcx3 MADE." I A COMPLETE LINE. How to Cure 1 i4-Vu- Gonstipation over-ca- t. over-drin- A FULL LINE Boots and and Queenswaare; Of Hardware and Dry Ii. Goods. & fr Jy . W. H. RICH, - grodhcad Andrews Kentucky. I WorP Mar6 Sold by J. Fish. eacca6acSDoc3cc$5r JOHAS xxxcci McKEflZIE second-hand r CO I buy- You enn't alford to tuissi the old reliable Store for your SPR1 NG nml SUMMBK HcED RATES Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Notions j Wccairy no shoddy, auction-sal- e J. C. LEWIS, Prin., London, Ky. Queen I Crescent goods, only the best, such us we can conscientiously recommend to our customers.. Call and seo us when in need of anything in our lino. Phone No. 83. CDI Route JONAS McKENZIE $DC$D$3 WASTING STRENGTH Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,' painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular, scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc. Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness, cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN PAINTER ML 'y MYERS. First-Clas- so? 7 WTi Dentist RHEUMATISM Manufacturer A W sell direcf results are being effected by taking? It In-- 1 ternallr. Durifvlnir tha blood ribunlulnr I uiv Doisonoum suDiunM nnn nmnMii u wvu. uio system. on application. . C. C. MT. Williams, hid bMn a lUfrarAr tar a nnmliM Kith Lurabwro in my arms and nnM lffi. and tried all tha remprit.. tha. ttb.r from medloal worka, and alia cosiultcd with aanmbcrot the twit DMileUm. but roaad obtained from ."f ff.l!RJhJ',.tTl ,b IDllOrs." 1 thall preaerlba It la bit (motto for rbtumatUm and kindred diMuas." . D. BLAND Of Brawton. fli.. wrlteai Ml DR. GEORGE OWENS, tor ehitdrant far'. ur. Ma oplattt II ATTORNEY-AT-LA- ud imumtl.i II """ "A llttli girl litre had taeh a weak baekeerjied I bT llheumatlem and Kldnar Trnnhl .I... i.a I could not stand on her fact. The moment they I put her down on the Boor she would eeream with. I a niup. ii.wuu.rwiui"v-iiiuii'n".naiAi.the rune around aa well and napp aj can be. I X DrMorlba for BIT tlatlente anrf ii.m I .. u. uij yrw.i." DR. O. L. GATES Hancock. Minn.. writes! YOUR LIVER Mil eJfjWHlSl SfrsMsHsHH eaffiBSrW sitsisB KsXswJr' B SISiH The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. vSpecial attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. VERNON. KY. On 2td. floor ol $1.00 BOTTLES If yon are suffering: with Rheumatism. I UiJultit. U.Hti. L.t Trouble or any kindred disease, write to I us tor a inu Dotue ot UKOfS." T ...villa vn FREE. . urnDNS.n,,,, V UV!klLx ILLc) . is your best friend or your worst epemy. Active it's your friend. Torpid it's your enemy, and its army is Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, etc SINGLE STRAP Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest. appliances for i ' testing. Ant guaianteea. of watcn aim ciock Do all kinds Track Harness Rfffrtiffi&S&t; This Is the most perfect and serviceable set of 3 C McCLlRY & Erobcxl rner, i "I WROTE YOU WINE OF for advice, and by following It and taking Cardui, my Female Troubles were ured." Mrs. R. S. Wallace, J12 Lavaca, Ala. CARDUI ad-art- Undertaker, p SWAHSON RHEUMATIC CURE COMPARf, MIK VBlOBf PURELY VEGETABLE "DROPS" Is entirely free from o)lum. I cocaine, moruhlne. alcohol, -laudanum. I .. . i. ana ounr similar ingredients. I Lars Rise nottla "S.DI.0PS" (100 Doste) I vt.vv. cerBeieer jirsiiiiu ...... make active, strong and healthy) livers, preventing and relieving liver troubles. AMD TONIO PEU.BTH f,ome rflrvnlritic irpu. Complete Treatment 25o, . gold and silver rings etc. etc AH kinds of machine needles and repairs kept. Very truly, S. C. lt Make VOUT Old SUeC liW now. Renair vour . Ilelly has with Kay Saddle and solid wave turnback. Lines flat all black with spring billets. livery part strong ana well made. ' we warn 10 sausiy you that we can save you monev bv orderlnir from us. We will send any I ofour goods on approval, under guarantee. We manulactura Harness only and sell a better aallty of material than the ordinary dealer. Write direct to our factory and save money. nLINE Of CaSKetS. fllTlIllElETr V MJUJJlWv RobeS, &C. Orders by Telophono attend ed promptly. it nIXf OHAS. C. DAVIS. Fkanklin. UNITED STATES HARNESS CO., Stanford, Ky. Griut Bakgain: For sale 198 or 1.50 peracre takes the bound-d- r. bar turther information acres land on waters of Roundstone R. L, McFerron, Mt. VerNo ini- r, ek, near sfate tunnel. nnd enly such non Kv .. or tbf. office irovemcnts os necebsary to upplv the tuber ecessary use on the lnnd. 40 Bears tlie s? The Kind W Ha8 Always Meres ridge land and level. Would Signature of make au ideal stocks (arm. $297 OASTOHIA. rf'i.yij;