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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1907 mou1907101801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) ? 5 i &&&& (I fc ' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXI. WPWW MT. VERNON, 9wm Siiiil ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCT. 18, Established 1887 . 1907. NUMBER 4 gminmnHHimnnm COATS AND JACKETS NEW GOODS! NEW PRICE! Light and heavy weight Jackets and Coats ior Ladies, from $3 to $15. We have a nice assortment Come while our stock has not been picked over and make your choice as we have only 75 of these coats and jackets, and at the price they will not last long. We have just received a nice line of silks from 'Chicago markets from 75c to $1.50 per yard. It will pay you to look our stock over. Wo will be more than glad to show you you, You are under no obligation to buy, but wo do insist on you giving us a look. w . - & .( New Everything! j SILKS. Every train brings them in. Everything for Fall and Winter that is New and Haven't time to write ads. Gome and see the finest lines ever shown in this country. Up-to-da- te . HEAVY DRESS GOODS. Our dress goods range in price from 22c to $2 per yard. styles and shades are the latest. SVe G sknow that our Our prices are consistent with quality. . OVER COATSdresser might want to keep off the cold. ono-hal- f the regular Our stock is complete in this line and are selling them at price. Also a nice line of winter underwear, in fact, everything that a good i fy L I - -,- . ' Phone 87. WP'w'ji ' . r" " -- - v '' ' '"'-,Qaj-.-- . . ai y & : t - tt KA K- Jkm. ...'. yn,4.rJ&& 8 3 I u 5 F. KRUEGER & SOR Mi Vernon0 i Kentucky. y y . iiiuu iiiitiiiiinininiiiiianiuuiiiuuuiuiiiiiiHiuuiiaiiiUiiHiiiiUiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuniiiiiHiiiiaiHiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiuuiUiUiiii lt() D $3)$&C'mf$P d w. j The above is a fairly Rood likeness of our townsman, W. H. Cox, who, to many of our readers is well known. Mr. Cox isa Pennsylva nian bv birth but came to this county when quite a young man and has since lived among us, much to the betterment and advancement, morally, spiritually and intellectually of every community in which he has resided. Soon after Mr. Cox came to this State he was married to Miss Matilda Jones, to which happy union were born six children, five of whom are still living and who are an honor to the community and a joy and comfort to the devoted pareuts in their declining years. We buve always believed that whatever of good we have to say of one, should not be withheld until they have passed into the great beyond, but in a modest way let it be said during hie, that they may know that the efforts of a well spent life are fully appreciated by friends and neighbors. Hence we take this opportune time to pay homage to one who for more than two score years has lived among us and jmingled with us and whose works through life have been characterized by only that which is good, true and noble. Mr Cox, the subject of this little sketch, is by trade a mechanic.is a member of the Christian church and a strong believer in the principles promulgated by Jefferson and Jackson and while upon all questions political, religious or otherwise, he has decided views Oand always takes a firm and bold stand for that which he believes to be right but always grants to the other man, the privilege and right to act and speak what his better judgment dictates. The condition of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austra. was improved Tuesday. His, physicians believe the'danger has passed unless there should be unlooked for complications. Fifteen or more pereons were injured, several of them seriously when a mstropolitan elevated train crashed into the rear of a South Side elevated train at State and Vau Buren streets Chicago. a cox. I mud. Water buckets are needed, decided sgr-"- e months ago to inaug-anand relatives.) The bereaved ones APPEAL FOR EDUCATION. basins and towels, and hooks urate5ovement for the organi-fo- r ' have our heartfelt sympathy in Miss Des?ie Robins and Mrs. the banging of hats and coats, zxriotl of School Improvement To the Citizens of Rockcastle their dark hour ot trouble. But Reynolds left Monday for .St Louis and shelves for the lunch baskets. Leagues, such as have given such they must remember, God knows Connty: . where they wiil make their future Do you know the condition of In fact in some places almost every-- an impetuv to the cause of educa best in all things. home. Dr 0. O Stotone, M. C. county? thing is needed if we should have tion in almost every southern state the public schools in your Miss Lilliaii Shugars, of Lancas- Do you know the condition of the the children spend the school hours except Kentucky . und B. E Albright, Jno. K Evans, Mart Roberte and H. H.Hutcheson ter, is the guest of her brother, W school in your own district? IF it in the midst of decent surroundings The plan is to org anize Local wr re up to Mt Vernon last Monday K. Shugars, "of this place. The is not all that it should be, what are and in almost every place some- League around every school in a thing is needed. to see the ball game party given bv Miss Etta Frith you willing to do to improve it. county, and to endeavor to engage These are not matters which we every! person 'n a district in some Jno. E. Evans is at home from a last Tuesdaynight was largely atFor some time many Kentuck- three weeks trip through North tended and" well enjoyed by all tans nave ielt inatane euorts oi our ran afford to neglect any longer. service for his school; to orgauie Mrs. Wm. Potts visited superintendents'and teachers must The effect of these untidy, un- - a Comity League shall report at Eastern Tennessee J. Tbos. present her sister, Mrs. D. E. Davis in Mt be the efforts of the healthy, frequently vulgar condit- - stated' times; and to send reports Cherry, Dr. Percy Benton and Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate patrions anmfriends of the public ions upon the children cannot be and representatives irom the John Robins were among thoe Lexing- schools, arfdl that all the people uplifting, can never be educavivs. County Leagues to the State Com e are attending the trots at attending the Grand Lodge at this week from here. Chas. ton The ''Fudge" party given at must be lfrought closer together in In consequence, we are raising u.p mittee. Hurt is slinging lightning at Leba- the Frith Hotel last Monday night, movement iontne improvement oi a generation which will not have: a The matter was first taken up by fair chance a generation which cj.n-nnon this week. Miss Susie Hilton, under the auspices of the M. B A., the Softools. the Educational Committee of the compete with its fellows w ho Woman's Clubs of the state, and of Lancaster, visited her paieuts was largely attended and well en eessarv? Because erintendents can have come up under better con.3it-itll- e here Sunday until Tuesday. Mrs joyed by all', present. Those reg of twenty-onorganization we are oy our neglect roo- - County Leagues has been pushed L. B. Hilton and Miss Katie Cass, istering were Misses Susie, Lyda and because our ions f infr hirrti ' under their auspices this summer. J of Stanford, spent Sunday here the and John Eva Hilton, Burdett schools are in a lamentable conditi n nor rnp nntnrpn Owens, Elizabeth Cable, Maude on In many cases the housee are right. They have a right to expect guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass. The Kentucky Educational AsM. B. Howard has opened a, ;c Watson, Bettie Hicks, Jtwel Fran not habitable, andn-e- the children a fair start in life, and we are not sociation at its last meeting ap- , and ioc store in the Dr. Benton Francisco'Rtid Messrs A C. spend a greater number of waking giving it to them. nnintnA n mmnutt p In pn.nnprntp Kentuckians no longer occupy G. C. (Carter, C. F. Stahiper, hours there daily during the sessstore houe on Main street. J. W. the Educationa, Committee of Hutcheson is in Danville this week Jno. C. Calhoun, of Lebanon Junc- ion than at home. It is cruel to the prominent place in our national tthe Federated Clubs, aHd also gave on business Misses Lyda Hilton tion, A. K.' Wesley, of Eubanks,' confine them in buildings insuffic lite tnev eld one and two cenera.-- ' reports from the Leagues a definite Jewel Francisco visited Mrs and O. A.ritb, Eugene Gentry, iently heated, and either unventi- - tions ago. Our children, are being place on the annual program. aud R. H. Batson at Lancaster latter M. B. Bowling, U. B. Cass, Virgil lated or full of drafts, and with the trained as they are in other states. Encsuragement and premises of Do you know that the Commii Martin. F?L. Durham, Drs. W. F. light from unshaded windows part of last week. have come from Repomt Carter and O. O Stone, M. C. and blinding their eyes, and with the sioner of Education's organizations, Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Hicks are notable various fortysecon-fKentucky B E. Albright, and Mr and Mrs. seats so unadapted to them that places visiting relatives in Kansas City, conventions of religious from H. H. Jones, of Lexington. Every the little children are suspended in among the states in. the descending; Mo. Chas.. Pike and sister, Miss bodies, from the Daughters of the one departed saying, " 'Rah lor mid-ai- r and the larger ones are scale of illiteracy of the white popEliza, have just returned from a fifty per cent oF Revolution. ulation, and the M. B. A., may she live and cramped for space. weeks visit to Miss Emma Jones If information is desired ps to grow forever." W. H. Benton of In many cases the sanitary con her children of school age are not. in Garrard county. Wm. Watson methods of organization, or as to Lebanon Junction, Sundayed at ditions need attention. There are in school ut those that are, we.' and wife have returned to their home. W. J Owens, of Corbin, is no outhouses, or there are places have seen, the opportunities ar c plans for work it can be obtained home at Nina, Ky., after spending from Mrs. R. N. Roark, Richmond at home for a few days. Born to too near the main building, or very meagre. two weeks herewith Mr. and Mrs. Xy. the wife of G. F. Sutton a fine girl. they are so constructed-aAnd now what is to be don.e to make J. F. Watson. Rev. A. J. Pike J. E. Storms, of Keavy, is the cleaning impossible. They fre about it? It is cervainly time for filled his regular appointment in HARD TIMFS IN KANSAS. guest of Mrs. Lou Storms for a few quently offer no adequate provi- us to be interesting ourselves 13 Boyle county last Sunday. Ray The old days of grasshoppers days. H. H. Reynolds went to sion for the separation of the sexes, our public schools, for they are tlze f 0 , the bright three and avid drouth are altuest forgotten in Miaraasburg, O., last Suuday to and children who are kept at home training-plac- e of our future year old child of Mr. and Mrs. til e prosperous Kansas of is not possible for one aLthough a citizen of Codell, visit Prof. Woorley. demorlizing conditions, are zens. It Earl John Robins, pissed into the at the school subjected to obscure man acting alone to do what needs ICamburg, has not yet forgotten great beyoud at 10:40 o'clock last to be done in each district, but it ts a Tiatd time he encountered, He influences. A CRIMINAL ATTACK Thursday morning. He was one many schools the simplest ed- - possible, if thr men and women of sys: In l was worn out and disbrightest children we have on an iuoffenseive citizen is freucational appliance" are lacking, each district and the teacher ajid couraged by coughing night and ever known, and was an idol wor quently made in that apparently as that uro really children of the school, all unite in day, and could find no relief until shipped by all who knew him. Af- useless'Httle tube called the "ap such ' an organization with the definite I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. black, maps and charts. ter an able funeral service conduct pendix, Its generally the result of The stoves need polishing, the purpose to make their sch ool it took less than one bottle to ed by the Rev. A. J. Pike, at the protracted constipation, following need mending and clean- - what it should be it Is possible for me." The safest and Christian church on Friday 'at 230 liver torpor. ""Dr. Kings New Life windows Walks are needed from the such an organization to metamor- - most reliable cough aud cold ing p. m , all that was left of this Pills regulate the liver, prevent door to the road aud phose it. and throat and lung healer bright boy was laid to rest in the appenclisjtfs, and establish regular . .... , . o j j. :!... ttctugintiuK uui utcu, una ucar'i ever oiscovereo. uuarauteed by lo me out nouses,It,so Luusiiucieu tnCT Christian clfurch cemetery, amidst habits of the bowels. 25c at Chas. tlinfr ftliair n.lll nnt pnltCf w... llnnen lnri.(ia 1.1 mtr . VIV U (TkHtUVI tllUb IU lUIWtJ Tll UWV l.l tlfol ura(l(liai IH5 trt a large number of sorrowing friends C, Davis drug store, the inttrestest of the sch ools, it pas $i. Trial bottle free. become pools of water or beds of i HEAD. "r" r Lou-isnll- N i ot e t Bock-lege- U I l tht I I s . one-hal- . citii-fro- m to-da- I of-th- e black-boar- ds rem-ed- y schnol-boup- e i.- .- -j I i ... -- ....m-Jv- 7. "f--K I . sz ff jjv 're7" MaitaMMH V ft ft ' J.1 - J ; t J sj y v 'T- -' J ,fr !f "t 't George Pope has returned from n The Election ConimNsibucrs of fcJ0jfcO0Cfc ja&X&Xte A30BDCfc &A very pleasant visit with Mr. mid Rockcastlr county met in the (101111. Mrs. W. T. Merrimee at Paris Ky. ty Coart Clerk'b office of Rockcas-- J. W. Baker and Bert White- tle coutv, September 20th, '907, 18, 1907. Friday, Oct.. tt head were in the City this week and organized, aftir taking the buying Christmas goods. Dr. R. oath required by law, by electing Published every Friday by G. Webb has moved his office into G. T. Johnson Secretary, with R. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the Pope office.- - -- Harry Bowman L. KcFerron, Sheriff of the aforeand Bird Cockrell are in Mt. Ver- - said county, J. W. Brown, the $i.oo non this week Mrs. Mary Hawaii Democratic Election Commissioner ONB YEAR SUBSCRIPTION r was in Corbrn the latter part of being absent, the following were last week. appointed Election officers for the Advertising rates made known on Mrs. Lena Sparks and children various precincts in the aforesaid application are spending the week in Louis county to hold "the regular Novemville. Mrs. Henry Owens is visit- ber election, on the 5th day of No ing her daughter Mrs. Alec Wells vember, iqo7: MKMD8R OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION at Maretburg. Dan Alcorn has Precinct No. 1, E. Mt. Vernon taken charge of the "River Man Zick Hansel, r., D. N. Williams, sion" Hotel. John Pope is having d., Judges; Victor C. Tate, r., Sheriimprovements made on his houses ff, A J. FNh.d., Clerk. CD on Main St. L. H. Davis is having Precinct No. 2, W. Mt. Vernon: lots of improvements made on his I. A Bowman, r , Willis Adnms, d., property recently purchased of Judges. T. J. Niceley, r., Sheriff, Mrs. Sue Mullins. Ed Owens has James Maret, d , Clerk. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Precinct No. 3, Roundstone: moved his family intotbe the house U. S. Betry. r., Luther Kelton, d.. recently vacated by Dan Alcorn. For United Stiles Senator J. C. W. Miss Lida Cook spent the week in Judges, J. 0. Wood, r., Sheiriff, D. Beckham. Louisville. Squire Kinley has C. Pullins, d., Clerk. For Goernor S. W. Hager. , Preunct No. 4, Scaffold Cane: moved his family to his new home For Attorney General John K. IXeiid- recently purchased on Mullins ave., J. J. Martin, r., Wm. Linville, d., ricks. known as the "DockStuck" house. Judges, Sam Croucher, d., Sheriff, For State Superintendent of Schools Mrs Ann Owens is on the sick R A. Swinford, r , Clerk. M. O. Winfrey. For Commissioner of Agriculture J, list. The big "Boom" which we Precinct No. 5, Crooked Creek W. Newman. Griffin, r., Russell Howard, , have been talking about for so long For Lieutenant Governor South Trim-d., Judges, P. P. Singleton, r., is now on trains are stopping here ble. now and more to stop before the Sheriff, Robert Allen, d., Clerk. For Auditor II. M. Bosworth. Precinct No. 6, Orlando: Frank Hubert Vree- - year is out. New mines are openFor Secretary of State and. ing up all around us lots of work Anderson, r., G. R. Reams, d., For Treasurer Ruby Lafuon. for lots of people and property Judges, J. B. Owens, d., Sheriff, For Clerk Court of Appeals John B. that sold two months ago for $400 Grover Johnson, r., Clerk. Chenault. can now sell for $800 and property Precinct No. 7, Livingston: ANNOUNCEMENTS that sold for $1500 can sell now Jacob Sambrook, r., Will Owens, We are authorized to announce G, just as easy for $2500. All those d., Judges, Samuel Ward, r., SheriT. JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk, abject to the action of desiring a home at Livingston had ff, Dock Calloway, d., Clerk. the Republican party. best buy now for two months more Precint No, 8, Walnut Grove: will see homes that are now goW. S. Pitman, r., John Hibbard. We are authorized to announce W. II. Lewis aa a candidate for County ing for six and eight hundred for d., Judges, J. J. Baker, d., Shetiff. Court Clerk subject to the action of $2000 easily. J. F. Niceley, r., Clerk. the Republican party. Ben Brummitt is improving his Precinct No. 9. Browns P. H. Opposite Court-IIous0 K STORE, There is sure to be much agita- property on Main street recently Shutts, r., Jarvis J. Brown, d . purchased ofW. H.Sigmon. Miss railroad tion of the Judges, J. L. Thompson r , Sheriff rate at the coming session ot the Lottie Sams has been spending n Wade Mullins. d., Clerk. Legislature and it is just as sure pleasant week with her grandma, Precinct No. 10, Brodhead: s that many members will go off half Mrs. Jane Owens. Mr. Dave Larkiu Hicks, r., Jas. D. Hamm, has moved his household rate for cocked. A flat d., Judges, Fred Durham, d., Sher will goods from Lebanon Junction into every road in Kentucky iff, John Robins, r Clerk. ' father-in-laMr. amount to almost to confiscation on the home of his 1C Precinct No. n, Powers: Cbas. Chewning. Mr. Riggles and some lines. Roads penetrating J. T. i : thickly-settleareas can make children and the excellent family Scott, r.. Jno. Wilson, d., Judges. of Mr. Chewning have the sympa John Riley Ballenger, ri, Sheriff, money carrying passengers for two rT cents 'a mile. Short roads and thy of the entire community in J. C. Phillips, d., Clerk. - XCj CjT Snji" iTjnL si Stf; sparsely-settle- d tneir late oertavement. this is TO MIX IT. TELL HOW roads traversing above will, no doubt, be greatly Fontanel, Indiana, was practicalfour deaths this family has had undistricts find the two cent rate apreciated by many .sufferers here ly destroyed Wednesday by the ex1 ci ofitable. These are conditions in the last two years. And while authority on Rheu all his- - time. A plosion of the plant of the Dnpont which should be seriously studied we poor mortals in our ignorance COLD Inquiry at the drug stores of IS matisni gives the readers of a large and (blindness ask ourselves the Powder Company. The dead numby legislative or other New York daily paper the follow this neighborhood elicits the inforto forty five bodies to the end that justice may question, "Why is such an excel- bered from twenty-fiving valuable, yet simple and harm- mation that these drugs are harmfamily and Christian home so Over boo persons were injured and rbe done, both to the carrier and the lent AVJiat do wo need niosti m less prescription, which any one less and can be bought separately, traveling public. There will be completely broken up." We will every building in the town wa. can easily prepare at home: or the druggists here will mix the see the band of providence wholly or partially leveled to the little fellows who will try to make Fluid Extract Dandelion, one prescription for our readers if in it all, and say as did David of ground. Where stood a thriving half onnce; Compound Kargon, one asked to. capital out of the fights on railroads 6ut those we hope will be severely old, "The Lord giveth, and the and busy town of 1,000 people ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa-- . ust received a full stock of the best shoes on WANTKD.H,ckory and White. set upon. Hostility to railroads is Lord taketh, blessed be the name Wednesday, now there is ruin and nlla, three ounces. the market, nnd nil wo usk is to lot 11s com oak Spokes. vVjh pay highest nearly always unfounded, but of the Lord. Mr. Jacob Sambrook scattered wreckage. The dead and Mix,by shaking well in a bottle, market price. Alst) Hickory and pare prices nnd give our Arnold Glove Brand a more seriously injured have ben is in the is in Louisville this week. Mrs knowing how buts. win give price and take a teaspoon alter each White-oatrial. breast of the average man, many a Rebecca Lucas and children have taken away. Five hundred hhab on PPcation. meal aud at bedtime. - l'tatsi QH more or less wounded , it Call whilo ourscock is new nnd complete. W . n, V.AK2UKJAL., politician has sought, by pandering returned to their home at Broadn He states that the ingredients Mt. Vernon, Ky. to the unworthy sentiment, to ride land, 111., alter spending the sum.imuiu to gather their scattered into power and prominence. The mer with her sister, Mrs. Mart household goods and leep under can be obtained from auy good now stock.of winter goods will soon bo Potable among the the events ability to do this should not occur Hicks. W. C Mullins is having tents and on cots guarded by sol prescription pharmacy at small hand. inaugu- again. The railroads are business his house on Main street repaired diersof the state. Without warn- cost, and, being of vegetable ex- scheduled this week in the ration of a regular transatlantic proposi tons and should not be in general. The county bridge ing the powder mills seven in num traction, are harmless to take. wireless service William Marconi treated other than other institu- across Roundstone is being re- ber, blew up at 9:15 Wednesday This pleasant mixture, if taken it is undestoob, on Tuesday will tions. In other words, let them built. This should have been done morning. They employ 200 men regularly for a few days, is said to open his stations in Nova Scotia have a square deal and if they do at least 18 months ago. Mrs. Su- and of these 7s were at work when overcome almost any case of Rheu- and Ireland for the transmission not appreciate it, and seek to bilk sie Hicks has been very low but is the first axplosion occurred in the tnatism. The pain and swelling, if of press and commercial messages ' press mill. In quick succession any. diminishes with each dose, between America and Europe. the public, then will be time a little better at this writing Telinewe coa, operators have enough to put the screws to them. Misses Ethel Hayes and Myrtle the glazing mill, the two coining untu permanently results are oo- - filed complaints before the Inter- - 3 S222S&5$ ' ("jChewning have returned from a mills and the powder magazine tntHn1 ttr A mttttmit1 Smiirlnn flia ctnta Paim mr-tFrankfort Journal. usf ' pleasant visit to Mrs. Harry Jenk blew up followed by the cap mill. stomache. While there are many apinst the Southern Railway ,'SfcfobC-3feXS)C- w- .. "By the decisive vote of 430 to ins at Corbin. Logan Salyers, In the magazine, situated several 1: uiieirim: uiscuiuumi uu .. i' j ru 1 in the distribution of coal cars vv . . nn.n AAUUUUllU ards from the mills, paieni. ineuicines, 'nmflriionoonf tkn formerly pf this place, but now of hundred 72, tne delegates and representa,., fnrnp. .,,. tn eic, some 01 vuMrh , uuiivoiiioiiouui uic tives in session at the Grand Lodge Corbin, is at Richmond taking were stored 40,000 kegs of powder which do give lelief. few really bC fuei t0 the Southern at its own meeting of the Kentucky Masons treatment for consumptiou. The concussion when it blew up give permanent results, and th price. Mauy persons keep their money hero as a permanent investment because thu risk of loanimr toindividmils knvnirl. was felt nearly 200 miles away. at the Masonic building, voted 'ed. As an investment, von enn nomnntn thn not mhin .,nnn shortly afternoon Wednesday to A rately. Small amounts may bo added at auy time,. A savings IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF stroyed. houyes t5o miles adopt as an amendment to the Farm 'K account oners a prohtanlo means to realizo on funds that are THE UNITED STATES. JTi. . uai ?wJflk-!r- wi away and school houses equally thWMXi Constitution the resolution of idle, awaiting investment. You may withdraw a part or the distant were torn to pieces and James E. Wilhelm, of P.iducah, entiro amount ntany time. With a dftorminutiou to save you M n ro always wclcoinn hero, im- im M prohibiting the entrance of any For tub Easteun District OF their occupants injured. A pass BJM&iWfeaafaeziK't 7 m jw .mm why not loud' your uionov to the w m mrm Kentucky n bank.' As borroivuvs. we stand lvndv torccaivo such nmounts enger on the Big Four railroad, person engaged iu the liquor busas you can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a rogu-- ' four miles awiy, hid every joach iness into any of the order's lodges -" mU1,ZiiUlJ" "WMlMMwKZvvu ll UApilllIl HI UUIUU II' ,v" "- j " ,"..i uiwiti.jr In the matter window biolen nr.d several passIt lias been predicted that the JI(22njftMoJcI,92..32a.r, UM.32iSoit.nJlM.. ft yuu Will Cllll Ul 1110 011I11C. ot Bankrupt. engers were ii'jure.l by flying Sff'i AS5SRB??fiC . tin .32 ihort nd long cutndsa ll in one nlle. amendment would pass but it was TneMCulndgejiieiMultttorir in every wy but much lower JUw7aitSyw3fSla.-- laimcaOttaoiiiaJZi. Robert G. Dodd WiSa'ijKJS'VjK' 'JK fflarlUl U the only repeat! nude for tneie liin. It ti glahf. expected that a larije aii'ount of opa maiJVCilrliS?; &KjoJ& Stanford, Kv. Oct. 10 1907 ('. "eetecan than a .22 caliber op tuch gams a hawb, owlt, (iNCOKI'OltATUU.) YATUnMfESMHrr position would be met with when uuirreb, geeie, etc A meeting of the creditors of the ItvmLpfidvJrJrSS'iiM1 y "iWoodchiKU.detail in our ComDleta i Peacnbed in catatonic. ma3ed it came to a vote. The small MT. VKRNON, KENTUCKY. " Ire lor ax cenU puuge. 'ft Ni iJklrSSvSW above named, who has been adn amount of objective arguement and judged Bankrupt, will be held at 77i07ffaefinjftrearmsCa.t deliate with which the measure 42 Willow Street. New Haren. Conn. the office of S. D. Lewis Mt. Ver was greeted, however, was a surnon Ky., on the 21 day of Oct. jiiniiniHtnniHminwniHHWHiniHifiimnufifnninnHinK prise to everyone at the meeting." 1907, at 1 o'clock P. M., to elect a So far, so good, but if some proTrustee for the estate of said Bankvision had been made compulsory ' rupt, and for the transaction of PRACTICAL to get rid of those already in, it other business as may come before UNDERTAKER, would have come near filling the tin- you are suffering from meeting. Comply with Sec 57 If AND X3 requirements, especially with some impure, blood, thin blood, deof the Bankrupt Act concerting FUNERAL DIRECTOR, lodges. bility, nervousness, exhausproof of claims, otherwise jour Mt. Vernon, Kv. tion, you should begin at once claim can not be allowed. LI V1NUST0A with Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the Can lurnishon gj J. N. SAUNDERS. Sarsaparilla you have known Loaded Black tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming Ss W. Baker and daughter Mrs. J. Referee in Bankruptcy, all your life. Your doctor Mrs, Angeline were visaing U. G. done. attached. knows it, too. Ask him about it.. Shoot Strong and Evenly, Baker and family at Mt, Vernon by wire Promptly Filled. According to information from Cnleia tharft ll dlllr aetlnn nt thA hnwnll. Sunday and Monday. Geo. Pope Are Sure Fire, polionoua prinlucta lira abtnrbed. cnuiliiK head, West Virginia, Senator Scott, uclie, btllounieii, nauiea, driijepala. nud ttiu Phone No. 63, preveutluK tha HartaparllU fromilolnR Iti heat js having a concrete side walk made Will Stand Reloading. work. Aver'a J'lllt are llrerpllla. Act ijeutly, wh'ihe elimination 'rora the Repuball egUl)lo. in front of his house on main street. lican National Committee was bv J. a. Avar Oo.. Tiowall. llaaa. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Rice Alto naaufaoturar of They The Game. thought to be eminent on account HAIRVIOOR. and sou Master Earl have returned AQUB CU8E. of his unwillingness to take orders to their home at Lebanon Jet, afte For Sal Everywhere. CHEKRV PECTORAL. 'la li from the White, house, may, after 1 a very pleasant week with their We hare no leoreti I 7a,pnblUb. all, succeed himself. the formula of all our madlolnei. mother Mrs. I. W. Rice Mrs. MT VERNON SIGNAL $ &J&0jk JaCGfc BARGA NS Just From The City Bargains, Quality, 50 patterns. Dx,y'cS tU -- With With Prices. 0uting"9C per yard, , UNDERWEAR Ladies', Misses', Childrens' and Men's. Come while they last. The newest and most complete in town.. Q Trunks; Suit Casesand Traveling Bags, leather and canvass, Come now. z 0) G.T. JOHiMSON, e. Rig-gle- two-ce- , S t d 1&yt&fac3C BARGAINS V- JS& m: . -- yy.'','i-J"- well-know- n 1 I WEATHER rate-makin- g CONIC. J e In-ti- me SHOES! J deep-seate- d k I f Our - 1 HIATT A. C. HI ATT, b KENTUCKY. - 3ayfrc3$& Q,i uaviiia A..i. v- I' Hfg8 ewfili?S22 MitMyl m nia-B- iVidrrar f1KfcSB(r'KK! BE)IX!999r r 1 '''' center-Cra t mm ' i J -"- v THEBANKOF MT VERNON 1 I We Trust jWmr' pd$xox&pd8x ciocpcDryr. Willis Griffin Doctors I ! WINCHESTBR NlJBLACIi,, 3 Powder Shells g t Stock Complete. Fine Hearse ORDERS shoitno'2 3 3 yers Always Get Hwil k iHllwft Subscribe tor the SIGNAL. Ml) l 1 tula i&jjt1 :4 a MT. VERNON SIGNAL hs.'. ,K7!t r Mr VintNON, Ky. Oct. c"1 7Q you It 53 P 18. Dr. M. L. Myers has been in Louisville for the past week. He will be at home .some time next 1907 ' Week. jS3 R E G E N ' OTV 'No, 79 wlion Jack Adams arrived Tuesday M wanltoCnmmunl- - T7f from Colorado onto yvJtli HIONAU, with a car load of He will have his sale tomorrow as advertised. Hon. Eli Brown, former speaker of the House of Representatives i here being interested in a law su t now before the court. horses. YOU T L E M E N Wear E w I LOUKVILLC & NlHVIlUh. R. Co TIME TABLE. 22 north 24' north LOCAL 1.24 p m 3:40 am 1:24 pm 12:20 a m 23 south 21 South Tas. BRiacat Krueger & Sons. , . CHMKNfafKrueger y. & Sous. Landrum, Agent. Salt at,' Krueger as possible. & Sons. Phone No. 58. Knterert We hope 10 hear, from as many of our correspondents each week Just received the nicest line ol ladies and childrens' cloaks eyer brought to Brodhead. oct 4 3t R. H. Hamm, Brodhead, Ky. Mr. J. T. Williams, Post Master at London one of the most prominent and substantial citizens ot that town died Monday morning, after an illness of several weeks. Railroad agents are too busy to answer the dozens of daily telephone calls' inquiring as to "how are the passenger trains Ask your ' central" for this information. nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mnll mutter. m uecoiid-- ii FANCY VESTS PERSONAL 83fiwM-''k- 'We are now show-- , . Miss Bessie Miller is very sjok. I rt&Jk (felt 4 ;. ' n Miff m r Dr. E. J. Brwon was here yesterday. Conn Brown was in Lo.iisville Tuesday. ' Claud Cox has been on the sick list this week. Miss Bessie Mullins is visiting relatives nl Corbin. T. S. Miller has returned to his home at Santa Rosa Cat. Mrs. Matilda Houk, who has been very sick for several da s is better. , Mrs. Fannie Adams will go to Middlesboro first of the week for a several day's visit. Miss Mat Williams will leave soon lor a month's visit to Louis-vil- e and other points. J. P. Houston was here from Hazel Patch yesterday looking after some business matters. A. B. Furnish and Morris Brown are in Louisville attending the Grand Lodge of Masons. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson came yesterday to be present at the burial of Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Hon, B. J. Bethuruu Hon. Rob-- ' ert Harding und Commonwealth's Attorney J. N. Sharp are visiting attorneys this week. U. G. Baker was in Louisville this week attending the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Mason and buying new goods. R. B. and T. D. Mullins are taking in the Jamestown Exposition, Washington, New York and other Eastern points of interest. We are glad to see our good friend Neal Parrett able to again be ou the streets after an illness of four weeks of malaria fever. W. H. Brown apd family and A. J. Thompson and daughter, came up from Lincoln yesterday to attend the burial of Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Mrs. Hughes, mother of L. R. Hughes and Miss Baughman came up from Stanford vesterday afternoon to witness the burial of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. I. P. Graham will leave with his family to morrow for New Haven, where they will be located for a time. We regret to lose this spendid family from our number. Dr. D. B. Southard was in Louisville part of the week attending the meeting of the Kentucky Medical Association. D G. Roach was on yesterday's train returning from Louisville to his home in Manchester. He said Mrs. Roach, who has been very sick is better but his mother is very sick at this time. Dr. R. W Dyche a dentist from . Loudon, was here Tuesday making arrangements to come here to locate. He has rented the office in the old brick, recently vacated by Atty. I W. Brown and expects to be here the first of next week to open his office for business. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Brannaman weie here for a few hours Wednesday. Mr. Brannaman told us fhat he had sold his farm of 223 acres to Tip Langford and Coleman Bur dette for $2,500 He said he would locate somewhere in the land but did not know whtre. Mr. Emerson Rice and wife, who have been the guests of. Mr. William Fields and family, returned to Lebanon Junctiou Friday. Mr. J R. Orndortf, of Livingston,' was here Saturday mingling with his many friends. We are glad to state th,at "Pap" has fully recovered from the injuries sustained in a wreck fa few weeks ago. Dr. Percy Benton, of Brodhead, was here Fri day, to ekt Dr. E. J". Brown lute rior Tot al " i ing the best line of 8 Gent's Furnishings in They always make a fellow look sGobd" . j ' s. Mt Vernon, and can on all occasions. We are showing some The I. 0. O. F. of Lancaster, has purchased a building site from Romans & Elmore for $1,200 on which a handsome theater will be erected. The suructure will co.t $10,-00- dress you from head to foot in Coming Soon! Wc arc going to have Woolens ourin" the Piece store on at Wei Sent caeprcasly to us for tills occasion by a great display of nobby ones at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50; $2.75 and $3,50, and THEY JIEEBEJIUTIE&, .'v I ,' f !k phone, should notify "central" ' whenever they leave town for a day or more at a time. This is for the accommodation of their patients, clients, etc., and its a time saver to all concerned. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING: Hon. G. A. Holland will address the voters of Rockcastle in Mt Vernon on Monday, Oct. 28th, 1907 at 1 o'clock, p. m, Everybody invited, J. W. BROWN, Chin. Cam. Com. Doctors, professional men and officers, who make use of the tele- CLOTHES $ that you will not be to Sat October J 6, to 9, STRAUSS Good Tailors for 26 Years. BROS., Chicago. Ask to see them, then you will know. J Their collection of woolens without question contains more exelu3lve patterns of high quality than any other line in the country. Their tailoring U guaranteed, which means that if the clothes don't satisfy, you don't need to to tako them. That's strong enough guarantee, ts'nt it? ashamed of Your SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY- - SHOES The kind with the STAR ON THE HEEL are the kind .y we sell. ; ;. T" i. i -. worth 160 is .cents here. V. Dollar BE SVR.B TO COME. - V jp: u-- & ' i - A bill is to be introduced in the next legislature advocating the building a turnpike from the Liu coin county line, to Cumberlat d Gap, by the State. There is noth Ladies, donU fail to see our up-ting that could be done that would date line of cloaks, before makbe of more benefit to the mountains. The vast advantages to be ing a purchase. R. H. Hamm. Brodhead. Ky. derived from such an enterprise can 43 hardly be expressed in words. The report reached here Tuesday that a small child of Jodie Meece, NOTICE. To the tax payers of Rockcastle viio lives on Skeggs creek, had county: Your taxes are long Dpait been choked to death on chestnuts. due and must be settled at once. For Sale: Complete set blackI am compelled to settle with the smith and wagon makers tools, inState and county and must bave cluding patent tenon machine, tire your taxes to do so. All tax that bender, shrinKer, post drill etc. are not paid by Nov. 1st the penal- A bargain for cash. ty will be added. R. K. POWELL. Sept 27-- 41 Mt. Vernon, Ky. R. L. McFERRON, Sheriff Rockcastle County. Dr. Ben L,. Bruuer, Republican Editor May, of the Somerset nominee for Secretary of State, Times, has our heartiest congratu- spoke here Saturday to a well filled lations ou the arrival of a son and court room of Republicans and hetr to bless his union with one of Democrats. S :veral ladies were London's loveliest daughters. The present. Dr. Bruner is a rather youug editor arrived Sunday eve- forceable specker and made a good ning, at the home of Mr. and Mrs impression. Tilford Jones, on Main Street. Having sold my stock ot good Mis. May was formerly Miss Lucy at Orlando, all parties- - owing acMcKee. London Echo. counts to me must call and settle ,iame at once, either by cash or This is the fourth special term of court which Judge Johnson ha note. I must wind up the busiheld in Mt. Vernon in the last two ness and you will do me a great ears and the Judge is ctrtaiulj (aor by responding promptly to vet y muchly taken with Mt. Ver- this call. J. A. Wood. non and her people. He does not Orlando Ky. hesitate to say that Mt. Vernon people are the best he has ever A rather romantic wedding took come in contact with. In.speaking place last week when Deputy U. S. of thfjutors which had Served dur- Marshal George C. Thompson aud ing the different terms which he Miss Carry Baugh were united in presided, he said they were upon matrimony Miss Baugh, who is the whole, as good as he had ever one of the countys most estimable seen in any court and that tbe young ladies, llad nursed Mr. made as few mistakes in rendering Thompson's son, Clyde, during his verdicts. This is certainly a great sickness and death, and Mr. compliment to those who have serv- Thompson learned to love her. ed as jurors befoie Judge Johnson. The result was their happy marThe L. & N, south bound freight riage, and their many friends wish train known as the package local, thsra a loug and happy career. London Kcho. was wrecked at Cedar Creek Monday afternoon. It is thought that The best game of ball played ou a broken; flange was the. cause of the Mt. Vernon grounds this seathe accident. Engineer Bohlin aud son was witnessed Monday afterbra'keman R. A. Nelson were so noon when Mt. Veruon defeated badly scalded that they lived only a the London nine by a score of 3 to few hours, after they were removed 2. Never have the Mt. Vernon from the overturned engine. Fire- boys handled the ball with as much man Ebdeu was also badly scalded ease and as few errors as they did but the last" report indicated some Monday. For the Loudon boys hope of his recovery. Breakman we want to say they did their best Nelson was filling E. B. Brown's and'played good bill, but it seem, pjace who on account of sickness ed from the first to the last, that had, come home to spend a few Victor C Tute, who was in the box days. bad them at hU, mercy. ( o Oct.-11.4t i fR. DEAD. talked with them of the past, the ooouuuooooooooooeoeoouoouoouoooouooouuuuoooocooooooo present and the future; pointed out 0 Died at her home in our little the road to the evergreen shore, Thojman or woman who earns a rxood salary has made preparacity Wednesdsy afternoon, Mrs. which appeared so plain before her; tion. Let us help you to proparo for a good position. Wo havo F. L. Thompson, aged 45 years to each she made some little bequest helped others and can help vou. that must live iu their memory and nine months and eight days. SHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, TYPEWRITING For more than twenty years Mrs. recall her last words of love her and all other commercial branches taught Ir tho Business DeThompson had been in poor health, last hopes and wishes and by a partment of tho but not until the last six mouths thousand tender cords draw each of SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. did her afflictions become of such a her loved ones toward the haven of 1 Wrlto for loalllct giving particulars and showing what our stunature as to cause any considerable rest to which she has journeyed; dents have been able to accomplish. Address alarm, either to her sell or and from that closing scene will J. C. LEWIS OR U. H. LYLE, LONDON, KY. 8 come "a still small voice," and as 000 nfinnnno&oooouuuuuuuuuoooonnnoortoeonen m Jamily. to All that her 00 000 medical aid could do brought her the years go by it will remind them no relief. Thcuse of the X Rays of her Christian hope and trust, revealed the fact that the growth and tell them of ''a peace that in the right shoulder was the seat passeth human understanding." 1 Short services were conducted of the trouble, which for weeks had - - - - - - - p. in. Kirj caused her such excruciating pain, from the home at 3 o'clock m yesterday, after which the remains fcrl Strong teachers in all departments High School, Grambut in her weakened condition, she was not equal to the operation nec- weie laid to reat in Hlmwood Cemmar, Intermediate, Primary, Music, Cooking, and Sewing. essary to remove the cause, which etery, to await the resurrection Only three places loft in tho dormitory and cottages, but was slowly but surely wearing her morn. good homes in the town are open to studonts. Terms: life away. Board and tuition, 103.00. Tuition alone; $30.00, $20.00, For Sale: One house and lot Mrs. Thompson, who was Miss located in Livingston Ky. The $15.00. For catalogue, address: Alza Jackson Fish before her mar- house has six rooms and hall, good J11SS IDA M. TAYLOR, Principal, riage, was the only daughter of out houses aud cistern, all in good Mount Vornon, Kentucky. Egbert and Ann Fish and on the condition. Also a farm of 130 twelfth day of December 1880 was acres located on Big Hill, part in 'BSSSS3aE3aBBSSES3aEEESBESBB3SESSS united inM patrimony to F. L Rockcastle and part in Jackson Thompson, to which union wa.s county, bouse contains nine rooms, born six children, three girls, good outbuildings, well improved COLLAR LAREL Misses Sus'ie'and Alza and Mrs. L. well watered and sufficent timber to R, Hughes, of Stanford, and three run the farm. Address boys, F. L. Jr., Jamie and Will, G. M. Ballard all of whom are living. Besides Mt. Vernon Ky. the husband and children, who are At London an altercation took crushed by the great misfortune tit r (1.14 F'AWiM place between Chief of Police E. W. which has come upon them, she leaves one brother, A. J, Fish, and Moren and City Tax Collecter an uged mother, who is heart brok-e- Robert Root at Bert Edwards' because of the loss of her only restaurant, which resulted in a pistol duel, in which both daughter. To buy ctothes from n general painfully, but not necessarily fjr- W v l&t v At the age of fourteen Mrs, appearance- stand point, us all Thompson united with the Chris- fatally, wounded. Root is shot thigh and left suits, oven tho poorest grades, tian church at this place und has through the right knee, and Moren is shot through look good before thoy are worn eAer since led a devout, conscienthe right thigh. Both are doing tious Christian lite. Well may her children cherish very well. Trouble came up over a her memory as a precious legacy joke. To buy clothing with the and we fuin would say a word of POSTED. Shield label as shown above, comfort to the stricken ones, we 25 cents for each name to run unHJan, attached to colloj Tho retail can but let our tears flow in sym- 1, 1009. Cash niut o company an advertisement under tin head. pathy with theirs and point them price is also attached to coat Wo, whoso names nppoar bolow, to the promise, "At eventide it strictly forbfd hunting, Ashing sleevo. or any shall be light," kind o( tresspassing on our places IkH ITS .GUARANTEED. Mrs, Thompson remained con- and will proaoautu .violators to the scious to the last, and although full ox tent tf ilo law: FOUSALK JIV fully aware that'her life was near B F. Purcell. A. its close, she manifested no dread The Board of Governors of the but bravely awaited the termination Jamestown Exposition will from Ky. of the struggle. t She called for the this time on act in an advisory cavarious members of the family, pacity to the Director General. MRS. F. L. THOMPSON AQD POSITION FOR YOU. I BROWN MEM0WAL SCHOOL fi mm .- x I 9 B B W -- ,yi . n IT'S A BISK men-wer- e ?. - IT'S SAFE IB OLIVER, Livingston, - J. y I ? A tk Vnk ) T !Sv- - 'I - I f s r ijS 40040$&i'9'00$004044&000($ Rickets. are not forming rapidly enough. Lack of nourishment is the cause. Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones 3 fc.o 4 4 nourishes baby's entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. Exactly what baby needs. ALL DRUGGISTS i GOe. AND $1.00 Scott' jt Emulsion H49 iVili 4$44$$4$$$04444"Q.4 metropolitan; THE BKST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY . T J Dugp, Sfcaiioney, Qigarp, Tobccop, painty OJ and Patent Medicine, Diseases of CMTdren A SpecWfy, Ti I S. C. DAVIS, Prop. PilONK NO. 53. MAIN STREET. MT: VERNON, KIT VpC$3&3 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead K . n LINE Collins, Caskets and .Robes. All Mail, Telegraph or Telo- phono orders Promptly Filled. COMPLETE e$3btd.$3 A:f:va - ' COMPLETE LINE. a NEW and COMPLETE Lino o GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Remember that We have the Best at the LOWEST Prices. WORK MAKES MEN. OTTAWA. ' Work makes nieu. Luck usualand1 Mrs. Eugene Roger of Mr ly iniK Pluck nenrlv always wins must Small, Ky , spent Suttinliu to d To succeed in anything oue Force and Sunday with their pnreut.s, Mr. unci overcome obstacles. H ... Sutton, Grti Mrs. Tnrt Proctor fiber lire built by hardships of Quail, was in this port Tlun.sd y is as ueceary-i- n the making of Horn to the wife ol C. S Armman assumption. Hardships uie strong a hoy baby on the7ih. Both not always handicaps. Often lhe Mother and babe doing well are helps. You will understand Mrs. Mary J. Brown and little this better in twenty jears. Mean daughter, Anna, visited rejatives while nerinit oue who has lived Sunday. I. S Cash visit- ad-- j at Quail that twenty years and more to his parents at Wnbd Sunday vise you in this. Hang unto your cJ Tilden Laswell purchased from job until you are sure of a better P. T Peace, of Lincoln county, a one. Dependable bovs are in demule for $78. The eight year-olmand. And no boy can be dependchild of Robert Wallen has pneu ed upon who docs not finish the monia fever. The last few dnys tttsk he sets his hand to do. Howseemed like winter and the farmers ever disagreeable our work, do it beginning to haul in their win thoroughly. Do it better than the are ter wood. S. S. Proctor, who is avernpeboy will do it. In that way doing some carpentering at Maret-buryou will come to be known as a was with homefolks Sunday. dependable bov. And mind you The farmers are busy sowing this: Men everywhere are looking in this .section Billy wheat for capable, honest, gritty dependThompson, of Krueger, visited relable boys. The sooner vou let atives here Sunday night. people know that you are that kind of a bov, the sooner you will While the postoffio! department get a better job. And don't be in proposes to permit patrons of free hurrv to give up the work you rural mail delivety routes to conalieady have. Be sure something struct their own boxes, it will better is offered. Wait awhile. require them to be constructed out Promotion of steel or iron in such a way Do your work well. that will come. And do not envy the tliey will protect the m.il A'nth boy who has an easy time. You may Ue deposited in them. When would much better pity him. He a patron has made thit kind of a has a good time now, but some box he will probably be out more in day he must "make good." While time and mo ley tlun if he had his flabby muscles and his easy gone to the store and bought a habits and his miuy w.mts, he factory made recepacle for his daily .stands a far poorer chance than mail. ou. Remember above all, young The laboring men of Turin voted fellow, you are making a man of Tuesday that the general strike yourself. shoud terminate today. The man OUT Ob' &1UHT. ufacturers have retaliated for the "Out of sight, out of mind," it strike by declaring a lockout. aid saying which applies with special lorce to a sore, burn or wound that's been treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's out of sight, out of uiind and out ol existence. Piles too and chilblains Dieting hai become a great (ad in. disappear under its healing influ- America, and just as, years ago, we, a!) jx nation, over-atence. Guaranteed by Chas. 0 eauus, 1 no one isso now vp a,ro under as oa.a ftB the. other, Man needs food and nleniv of It tn una. Davis, Ieoding druggist, 25c. - 'it d HIa DEAR OLD MOTHER. Wy dear old mothe, who is now yeirs otd, thrives 01 Eilcctric Hitters,'' writes W. H Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for about two yetir-anenjoys an excellent appetite, well " feels strong nnd sleeps wav Ec'ectric Bitters ThatV the the aged, and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility. All puny children too are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by Chas. C. Davis leading druggist. 50c. of-fe- ;oc3BLxcaJlfr3630ic fi ' 3So$$aci:' . The New Store . Our now Grocery store is now ready lor tho inspection of tho buying public and wo invito you to call and see our line. Our goods aro all fresh and our variety c. ceils anything over offered in Mt.' Vernon. Wo propose to supply the wants of our customers in every line of Groceries. All goods delivered in want groceries, call town. When you. STEVEHS WHEN YOU SHOOT want to HIT what you are aiming at Phone 56-1- . g, W. Ha CARMICAL & CO. 1 JJextdoor to Bank of Mt. Vernon, Mt. Vernon, - yc&ycy&c I p3kyc3ii Kant-bebeat - Kentucky. For 41 years STEVENS ARMS have carried oft PUEM t ER HONORS lor ACCURACY. Our line: You be it bird, beait or target. Make your shots count by shooting the blKVENS. Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols iltt on the STEAKS. If you caniwt obtain, ahlp direct, ea uron re rerelptofcataloypfke ik yofcr Dealer In. ?', Send 4 eta, la atanipa fci Catalog ofcomnietaouttHit. A vatuaMtbnokbrreter. ence fwf peeaent an I ihonteti. nln lleauliful three-colo- r Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded lor 10 cents in stamps. J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co,, P.O. Box 4.098 CHICOPEE FALLS, MAB3..W. S.A clothes you can look your best all the time with comparatively small cost. Wc 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- bcat clothes are It's a duty you owe yourself and your fri'ends. If you wear LOOK YOUR BEST Farms For Salk. farms the other located J4 miles East of Bee Lice, which I wish to sell improvements. privately. Good For further information addressG. B. I have two 125 acres in one and 108 in JJ onssk 'orTTirTi inn our iiivxvJN. TO f li mmmmm. ftW I fSJLVAUX U VSi TAILOR- - MADE." imlMmm - What .6 do in Dyspepsia e, Sutton R. Bt;e P. D.No. Lick 1 June K ' 't - Sk- .- -- -' j J (EDIJCATEOHILDREN. Every child has a right to such . an education as will qualify for life's duties. This is recognized as Shoes, Clothings The a patriotic duty by the state of our political institupermance waare, Groceries tions depends on the intelligence of our citizenship. "The bayonets of foreign soldiers are less to be fear ed than are the ballots of ignorant voters." The welfare of the state depends more on the moral and re ligious training her citizens than on their intellectual training, yet the state nnkes no provision for thib moral discipline. In some cjses it makes it difficult or even impossible to secure the moral and reliu'ou training of the mind a all. Th-- r SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL must be a training ol the niu.a. LONDON, KENTUCKY. seusibilities, particularly the will. Not all of this is the duty of the Established eleven years Christian influences. Ideal, church, but the largest part in the sito. Military training. Thorough work. Music and function of home. Every child cV B Miness, specialties. Work provided for needy Jand prived.by whatever means, of this deserving students. School opens Tuesday, 'Soptom education and training is defrauded ber 8rd. Write for catalogue. Address out of an inalienable right, and when he comes into the inheritance of his citizenship may be depended tm upon to avenge himself on the so ciety that penetrated the fraud upon him. In deference to the view.s of infidels, atheists and others, the Bible is cast out of the public school.s, and all school books are stripped bate of everything thai iniL'lit tend to build up and strengthen the child's moral character. It is cruelty to withhold from children this higher and greater training. Ululdren have rights which the state is bouncr'm respect. It disregards them at its og owu peril. Vernon Monumental A PROMPT. EFFECTIVE A FULL LINE Of Boots and and Queens Hardware and Dry Goods. W. H. RICH, Andrews Kentucky I tain llfo and to give strength to compete In this busy world. It Is not, however, the fact that yon may eat too much that hurts you, but that you don't digest what you eat. And It that result. In dyspepsia you Trill not cure the trouble by cuttlns down your food supply. If your dlcestlvo orirans were creating the Proper amount or iraitrlo and reptlo Juices you would have no dstcpla. To euro you must crcato an abundance of thesethe disease necessary lulces. This can only be done by a reliable tonlolaxa-m- c and. as Its namo Indicates. Dr. Caldwell's Sjyrup Pepsin contains the very Ingredients needed to do this. Talto it rcirulariy for awhile ncconllnc to tho explicit directions on each bottle and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia any of the accompanying symptoms such and as heartburn, aour stomach, bloated stomach,hlvcs, pimples, sallow complexion, wind on the Every bottle carries with lean to do what wo claim. It Is a cen- tle. Pleasant, effective laratlvn nnd vnn will IftM its tatto and be pleased with Its action. uuo 01 mo itrcai incnas of remedy Is Harry h. Kcator. a I eutennnt In this m ihn hi. nn caco companies that fought at tho battle of Santiago. While In tho wet trrnrhra nnd put. lng tho rough food of a soldier, be contracted severo drirtcnula nnd lnt waivh. mnMi. a friend In the regiment called his attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup l'cpsln. which he promptly began to use. It not only cured bis dyspepsia but Increased his weight 42 pounds. Yourdruralit will ri.11 TminhAiiinR.M..i.a or 1 and you wilt and It worth a hundred times atom-acn.ci- e. cheaper than wood. Will last a tlfetlma.W Hisksst Aarardt Wwli's Fair, St. toaU, (S0. II W CINCINNATI. O. Ortr 10O Jeiljoi ol Ires Tcict Attn Is otr Low (.r Icei lll luiprtle jou. W'- ctu sai Cliff I II y jj) yr ffi o A) ry, grodhead Jarhe BODHEA D, KY. Granite and Marble Monumentsand Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. Also Agents for Iron Fence. D. B. Alhrigut, Managet - JCUJrJrJJrVMJr?? J. Sold byJ.lwv. Fish. Z. rv, rv- . XJ-&-$&- J rvw.. 1 JOHAS McKEHZTE You can't afford to 111139 the old Tollable Store for your SPRING and SUMMER Wlls iU JfUUa Those wishing to try Dr.Ctld- Well's SvniD Pentln hafnra run. lng csn have a free simple bottle tent to their home by uuiv.aiMK iHvhuiiiLMnr. inisouerisio provetnaitne remedy Mil do ai we claim, and It only open to thois who hive never taken It, Send lor It If you have any symptoms 01 iiomacn, liver or cowel Olteaie. Gentler most enecuve tuiuvs lor cniuren, women and old ptrmnent home cure, THE VEnDIOTi "No Uxatlvt So Qood Md II UK, UALUWELL'S SVHUP fIZPS N. Th t nrorlurt bean purlIt guarantee No, U, Wsshlngton, 0. G. FRPP TtaVT m REM VIA RATES Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Notions- Wc carry no shoddy, second-hand auction-sal- e no OnlUwoll PEPSIN SYRUP GO. Dldp., Montloello, III. J. C. LEWIS, Prin., London, Ky. Sold by CHAS. C. DAK1S. Queen & Crescent Rot ite Niagra Falls Excursions Jvi Queen & Cr.isent iRotite J Iv 2;. ud 3') August in, and 17. Wrile I. C King. C. P. A., 'Lexington , x v . for particulars. aug.-5- . goods, only the best, such as we can conscientiously recommend to our customers.. Call and seo us when in need of anything n our line. Phono No. 83. N W. A. HON, AND R & JONAS McKENZIE. '$3C$3C9D PAWTER PAPER-HANGE, No Operation1 stand straight. had pain in my back and shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse. Doctor's said an operation was needed, but I couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After taking three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walk around. ' Can now do my housework and am in splendid health." Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence, especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates irregularities, ana is a safe, pleasant and reFREE ADVICE Write us a letter descrlblar all liable remedy for all your symptoms, and we will send you ree Advl(e, In plain sealed envelope. sick women. In sucAddress: Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga MeJIclnt Co., cessful use for over 70 Tenn. years. Try it; 1 I Chatta-nooga, WALL-PAPER- ROOM REMEOY FOK ALU FORMS OP w RHEUMATISM Applied externally it affords almost In. I statu reuer irora pain, wnue permanent I results are belnjr effected by taking It In-- 1 ternauy. puruyintr tne Diooa, dissolving I I WORKS, MOULDINGS, ETC. Let us make an estimate on work , before placinp your order. All Work Guaranteed M.' L. MYERS, Dentist iivwiSi "I had what doctors call 'prolapse,' and couldn't Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va writes: 89 Mt. Vernon, K First-Clas- s Work. Uimbaao, tolmtlem, Maurmlgm, Hldnmy Trouble mint Kladrod Dlmmamem. GIVES QUICK RELIEF irom ine system. the Dofsonoua substance and removlrjait Manufacturer of and 'VlDKALEK in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEORGE OWENS. 'Qnuato CUTS.SORESeBURNS MSZfc MJtefL ierauuj J TajSasaaySlasjP. DFFICE: At residence, on Olo Main St., known as the C, C. Wil liams residence. Phonr No. 73. 'jrJHJtUMATisriS ' BH C.,C. MT. Williams, VERNON. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Oat., writes l UI had baan a aurrarai. fa. a. numb, nf vaara witn Lumbago and Itbeumatli m In my armaaad triad .11 the ramadlaa that 1 eonld lairl. and g.th.r trom m.dk.l works, and also coninlMd wiiu a aumnsr or ins wit pbyiicius. tut round (.to inMrlbltlnmypraoUos uoiiimitusi Ishall in. r.M.r onismtd rrom (or rntumatlint and kindred dliiuu.'' I Of llrewton. DR. 8. D. BLAND YOUR MMwSh aPaBBaVaPaBaV sVf'jlTl lafaW Bk ' i I ITsneoek. Minn., wrltesi X llttl.lrlrlh.r.h.d.teti. MbbWMuJ I br Hh.umaUira and Kldn.v rrouhl. that ah. I www avi.Hwu m ur iwwh au. m.m.na u.y I (iaterdo'noatnsaoortaswoaldMrcaniltIi today Ir.sud bar with uls. Iaround as well and tiapp as can ba. II aba yupi 1 Draacrlbo (or bit rjatlant. and uae I a. itif vncuni DP. O. L. GATES LIVER U your best friend or your worst enemy. Active it's your friend. Torpid it's your enemy, and its army is Constipation, Bllhusncu, SlcJ( Headache, elc. KY. On 2cd. floor ol The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street,Special attention given to collections. , Phoue No. 80. At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles. SINGLE STRAP Am better prepared than ever to most perfect and serviceable set of This test and fit the eves with glasses HarnessIs thebe bought anywhere for tho price. to mounting, all the latest appliances for It Is made In Imitation Rubber Band) baa Have with Kay Saddle and Orlfllth llelly olid wave turnback. Lines flat all black with teHnp; A fit guaranteed. spring billets. Evorv nart atronir and well mode. Do all kinds of watch and clock wa want to satisfy you that we can save you money by ordering from us. repairing. Make your old spec of our goods on approval, underWe will send any guaranteed Repair your frames look like new. gold and silver rings etc. etc. We manufacture Harness only and sell a better ordinary dealer. All kinds of machine needles and uallty of material than the and save mogey. sWrile direct to our factory kept. repairs UNITED STATES HARNESS 00., Very truly, S. C. If you aresufferlnjr wtji Rheumatism umbatro, $claUca. Neuralgia, Kldnej I Trouble or any kleared diss, write to I us (ot a trial bottle of T FREE PURELY VEGETABLE Track Harness 3 C MeGLlRY .WINE OF Undertaker & Embalmer, CompleteLRira.irket5' Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly. CARDUI' JH AND TOmO PEU.ETB IV M5.DB0PS'' Is entlrelvfree from clnm. cocaine, morphine, alcohol, laudanum, I ana oiner sirauar mgreaients, I Large also Ilottla (100 Doaea) I sifvu, roraaioBy xrruggiau IWANS0NRH11IIIATI0 and healthy i 'livers, preventing and relieving 'liver troubles. jtrtuke active, strong vets. a. h CURE C0MPAN1T, iaaa nireet, vaseaga CepIvteTrinent95,t . OHAS. C. DAVIS. Frankun. - v. rft- - SUtMsilMsCe . Stanford, Ky. Ik- -' For sale 198 or 1.50 per acre takes the bound-- l of Rnundstotie dry. bor further iniorniation ' land on waters R. L, McFerron, Mt. Vercnek, near slate tunnel. No imonly such non, Ky . nr thi office and provements limber 3S necessary to Mipply the ltia Wni1 Vou Hate Always Bought use 011 the land. 40 Boan the acres ridge land and level. 'Would make an ideal stock farm. $297 Grkat Bakgain: ere:-- ad-ares- s iece-sar- C&&m&Lt Ifj.-r- . .J" .mM ..,. ) . J "')J1fc l I.iLL. affv-.- in' ,.ll "j