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Uvli '. , COATS AND JACKETS Aaf ''- r, . J, y-- 3r NEW GOODS! '1 V") lit NEW PRICE! & Light and heavy weight Jackets and Coats for Ladies, from 3 to $15 We have a nice assortment Come while 'our stogk 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 have just received a nice line of! silks from Chicago markets from Y5c to $1.50 per yard. It will pay you to look our stock over. We will be more than glad to show you you. You are under no obligation to buy, but we do insist on you giving us a look. "We .: New Everything! "f Every train brings them in. Everything for Fall and Winter that is New, .'s -and ':,;.;' ''"". V" ? Haven't time to write ads; 0J Come and see the finest lines ever, shown:ra&L'' ' ': t this country. , Up-to-da- SILKS. te i .' . rf T Our dress goods range in price from 22c to $2 per yard. We sknow that, our styles and shades are the latest. Our prices are consistant with quality. HEAVY DRESS GOODS. . OVER COATS f the regular Our stock is complete in this line and are selling them at price. Also a nice lin6 of winter underwear, in fact, everything that a good one-hal- ' V dresser might want to keep off the cold. Phone 87. .x. 4it i tu S RKRUEGERcflr1";"."SOU " - ,i ,rrt f t '. t -- ri, 1 .rfjOT C 'PT ' l Mi Vernon, Kentucky.'" 'iiiiii iiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiaiiUkiiiiiiniiiUiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiuutuiiiiiiiUiiUiuaiiiiaaiiiuniUiuaiiiiiniiiUiiiiiiiiUiUiiUiiiuniiUi g$yyd&d$y ,'lj '.it: -' OTTAWA. ORLANDO. way to the Tidiest section of East- He assisted the young Executive piness of her people Kentucky ern Kentucky. There ho engaged in bringing order out of chaos, and ranks with the best of Jthe Ameri The election passed off very quiMr. and Mrs. Robert Hamm of in business, later becoming Presi- has through the years of hisjadmin can States. Old Glory as it unMrs. etly at this place Tuesday. The Mr. and dent of the Merchants National istration. been his close personal folds to the winds of heaven does near Sayers, visited or a Tohn So wder here Sunday. Tart infant of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reams Hand. That position he held until friend. Holding for the entire not wave over a better people family visited J. B. Sut- is quite sick at present. Mrs. he became an official of the State of eight years a place in the Executive happier land. Nowhere in, the Proctor and wife Saturday night. Robinson who has been visitand Kentucky, ei;:lit years ago. Cabinet by virtue of being an of 'land of the free" are the homes ton a number attended the sing- ing relatives in Whitley, Bell and Judge Hager first entered public ficial, Judge Hager has for four ;ndwelt with peace and happiness Quite from here Sun- Liurel counties returned home life in 1897, then over his protest, ' years past held the second place it more than in the "Old Kentucky ing at providence day. Mrs. J. W. Brown and child-- ; Sunday. the Democracy of Bovd county, point of imp6rtance in the Stalt Home" whose doors opens ever in Jfe Charlie Sowder and Mrs. Flurry Laswell is spending placed him at the head of their Government, that of Auditoi o 'lospitality to the stranger, and Ten visited ' Misses Maude a few days in Pine Hill at the bedfamily Sunday. county ticket as the nominee for public Accounts. across whose portals the waves of and Dora Elder ot Pulaski, Co., ' side of her grandson, Wallace Countv Judge. Notwithstanding Coming to public office from the cheering sunlight roll, and through were the pleasant visitors of Misses who remains yery low. Lesthat Boyd countv had, in 1896, director's room of a prosperous whose windows pours in sweetest Tva and Myrtle Brown Sunday. lie Clifford and family left Saturday j;iven William McKinley a majority banking institution, Judge Hager melody the music that God with his preaching at Provi for Illinois It was John Boles' of about eight hundred votes, Judge has had a special aptitude tor man- breath has laid ia whispering sym- - There will be Jln-o- i Sunday bv Rev. J. L. child that was burned to death Nowhere- dence next Hager carried it by more than aging financial affairs of the Com uhonv UDon the trees. a. m. Mr. Webster instead of John Bales as reported three hundred majority over his op mouwealth through the offices ol under the stars of the blue canopy Davis at n a citizen of this place and in last week's paper. Mrs. Jerry ponent. His standihg was such Treasurer and Auditor of Public of God's eternal home are the pef-- Webb Mary Wallen daughter of Mr. Laswell 'and little son, George, are that scores of leading Republicans Accounts. Since he entered public pie better governed, their interests Miss Robert Walleu of this place' were very sick at this time. Quite a ofihe county supported him open, life, he had the satisfaction of see better protected, or wiser and more holy bonds of matri- large crowd of Masons from this ly. Having this first tasto of poli ing the bonded indebtedness of the beneffcient laws exist than in our united in the mony a few das since. place attended the burial of Mr. tics, Judge Hager enjoved the State wholy wiped out, and Ken- beloved "Blue Grass State." Cash of Wabd. visited rel- Willis Griffin at Mt. Vernon Thurs J. W. same, and soon became the most' tucky placed among the half dozen better or atives here Saturday. Laswell and day of last week. Mrs Mary There is nothintr prominent man in his Oongression States of the Union which aie troubles than K.ODOL son have got their mill up aud in Chasteen, of Wildie, was visiting al district. This brought him to free from bonded debt. He drop- storaacbe which contains the same jut ;es as running order again. Miss Roberta relatives here last week. the attention of the leaders in State ped a day off his campaign tour in found in healthv stomach.. visited her parents We saw some of the typhoid vicpolitics; and when the convention September last for the purpose nf is offered on a guaraute ed plan Brown of Quail Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown of this tims were out to the election Tuesol i8y9 met at i,ouibville. lie was stopping off at Frankfort and tak- tor me reuei oi iicuil uuiu,, iiuuu easily the choice of the Democro-crat- ing in and burning the last evi- ence, sour stomach, belch ing gas, vicinity lastfat last week . Larkin day, though looking rather frail, of the State for Treasurer of dence of this bonded debt. During nausea, aud all stomach troubles Hicks and family moved to Quail. we suppose they felt stronger after iso at times when vou ion't feel Mrs. Kentucky. In that convention he his political career, no man who just right, when you are drowsy vicinity a few days since, much to votiug their ssntiments. our Jane Laswell, who has been real was an ally of the late William ever filled an office has given it after meals, aud your lieal g.ches or the regret of several of us bnt loss is Quail's gain. J. H. Sutton sick tor several days is improving Goebel, who was chosen to lend the' more of his attention. As prompt when you have no ambition, and a visited relatives at Preachersville, slowly. Mrs. Nancy McHargue, ticket as the Gubernatorial candi- - ly as the most humble "clerk, under you are cross and irritable , take digests i vhat you Sunday. The infant child of Mr. of Pine Hill, is on the sick list. eate. With the reputation of being him he has been at his desk during little Kodol. it eat. It will make you healthy. and Mrs- - J M. Wallen passed into )r. Robinson, of Berea, was calltd a successful banker, and being a the working hours of the day, and Sold by Chas. 0. Davisv. the great beyond Wednesday after in consultation with Dr. Lanwell man of pleasing address, the candi- often remaining much later in the an illness of only a few days. The Sunday to see Wallace Mullins, of dacy of Judge Hager met with day than an of his subordinates. A subcommittee of Uhe Senate much favor among Democrats of He has watched after the business Committee on Indian A flairs, con- remains were laid to rest in the Pine Hill. Misses Woodie Wolfe family burying ground Thursday. and Roxie Evans, of Hummell, S. the State. Being of the faction of the Commonweatb as carefully sisting of Senbtors TeJJ er, La The eight year old child of Robt. were guests of Mrs. Rhoda Evans within the Democratic party which as if it were bis own individual and Curtis, wilt It ave Wash years ago in the schools of the county of his birth. t lever Born was about to inaugurate a new or-ington for Texas aad Mexico for Wallen which had pneumonia I ue last week. Mrs. Albert Chandler county' of Magoffin, at the He, later attended the A. & M. derof things in the old Common- business, and taking as much pride at this issue. little who has been sick for several in seeing its indebtedness met and the purpose of tnves titrating the is convalescent the Cumberland moun- College at Lexington, and the wealth, he yel had the respect and the homo of J months is convalescent. between, the V exican Kick- - death angel visited discharged. An evidence of his trouble Friday and took tor its tains, Samuel Wilbur H3ger grew training received there has put him good will of the old line fellows feeling in this matter is contained apoo Indians and tfce Interior De- J. Brown De Witt's Carbonized Witch victim their infant child, ine Hazel Salve penetrates the porers to young manhood in the mountain in a position where he could repay who had long been in control of the in a recent speech which he made partment. ins who are did for heart thourougbly clenses and is healhamlet of Salyersvillo, its county his teachers fot what they public affairs of the State. During from which is taken the following now located m Mexii :o, claim that parents and relatives have the seat and the home of the leading him while in school, for as an of the memorial political struggle of felt sympathy of us all. ing and smoothing. Good for they were fraudufea tly induced to paragraph: people of that section of Kentucky ficial he has materially aided the 1 900 be was a close advisor of Gov" piles. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. convey their lands, in Oklahoma, ot good my stock His father was William J. Hager, institution, apd promised if elected ernor Beckham, the youthful suc- ' "My party has behind it many and that no lease rar oney has been Having sold Three men were killed, nine at Orlando, all parties owing aca successful merchant and one of to the office of Governor, to assist cessor of the mwrtyred Goebel, and decades of honorable dealings with paid for them for thr ree years. . call and settle seriously injured and about twenty counts to me must the best known men or' that section in making the college a great was with him at Frankfort during niv people, and before it many The anniversitv i n Saturduy of same at once, either by cash or passengers more or less hurt in a years of usefulnes to the citizens His mother, Pboebe university. Going back home afof the State. the dark days when two seats of up the busi- c llision between a fast passenger Ann Hager, was a native of Gallia ter his college career, young Hnger State officials, one holding the old of the Commonwealth It has to the birth of King B dward of Great note. I must wind me a great train and a freight on the Queen he- i narked by the ness and you will do e county, Ohio, and of Kentucky went into the schools at Sailers-vill- Capitol by force and the use of the its credit a long record of unbroken Britian will presentation to hit i on people of favor by responding promptly to and Ciesrentnesu MnrRanville, Ga. as a teacher. There he spent adoption. Like so many Kentuck-dan- s military, and other quartered at promises, and the history of the n this call. DeWiti a Mtwe iiariy Risers are years ago the historic OapitolHutel, both sur- State teems with wise and salient the Transvaal of t he great who have achieved distinction, two years. Twenty-onthe I est pills made. They do no t J. A. Wood. diamond!, the value of which his place of residence rounded by armed guards, defied influences of its principles and, pol-- t Judge Hager obtained his first he changed ' Orlando Ky. gripe. Sold by Chas. C. Dftvfe, scholastic training io, the humble to Ashland, Boyd county, the. gate each other for weeks and weeks. ittcs. In the peace, quiet and hap- - approximates $$cm j.ooo. BECKHAM'S SACRIFICE. " Fi-de- ll I3HmD$ &$ lffil 111 -- n Mul-lin- s, flWii jljjgj 11111 - n Ko-no- i. s JUDGE W. HAGER. Fol-lett- e ibrty-eigh- 1 foot-hilts- ( The-Indi- I - e Cull-ina- Oct.-n-4- t. .1 ) iUI"i" . , M Kj a.fS'M ii v 'N ' J -- V. ') ; ,A' I MT VERNON SIGNAL Nov... 8, 1907. Friday, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. i , day is misconstrued. Turn over a new leaf, young man, in life's history and vow to do so no more, e. but insteaa assemble witn who do know and will always be found doing the right thing at your church, and there in humble submission to His will, offer up to your good Master a prayer lor his I SUBSCRIPTION $I.OO blessings. Do not desecrate this good day in the wicked and sinful way that you Advertising rates made known on have been doing in the past, hold amplication this Thanksgiving as a holy daj . ONB YEAR MKMBKR OP KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G, T. JOHNSON a9 a candidate for Coun tv Court Clerk, abject to tho action of he Republican party. Hi I. J iY J ' Now is the time when the doc teaches a moral, to those in power; tor gets busy, and the patent don't try to put a collar around medicine manufactures reap the every man's neck, within the juris harvest, unless great care is taken diction of your domain, as has to dress warmly and keep the feet been the aim and purpose of Beck dry. This is the advice of an old A young man with a practical ham ever since be became the head eminent authority, who says that knowledge in his head, skill in his of the State. Only the chosen few Kidney trouble body is his Rheumalisra and have ever received any considera-tio- hands and health in his weather is here, and also tells what at his hands and by his wanton own letter a references. Mix him to do in case of an attack. t acts, to further his own cause, has up with sixty millions of others, 1 Get from any good prescription placed the affairs of a Democratic and he will have a habit of being pharmacy ounce Fluid State in the hands of the Republi- on top. Throw him naked into a Extract Dandelion, one ounce Comcan party. We love the Dem- desert island and he will be at the pound Kargon, three ounces Comocratic party and the principles it head of something. He does not pound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Mix by advocates, but we do not propose go whining over the land, blaming shaking in a bottle and take a tea-- , Demo- fortune and saying he has no spoonful after meals and at bedtime to stand for any IrtM crat just because he is called a chance but goes out does someJust try this simple home made .Democrat, to the detriment and thing, and goes out and docs it mixture at the first sign of Rheualmost destruction of the party, again and better. Men mat can matism, or if,youi back aches or such as has been the course ol do things either with head or hands you feel that the kidneys are not Opposite Court-Hous0. K STORE, Beckham, It was our great pleas- are the men that are wanted and acting just right. This is said to ure to do all we could against him, the demand is as great here and be a splendid kidney rugulator, and in his underhanded race against now as it has been at any ti me almost certain remedy for all forms Gov. McCreary, the man who had since the beginning. of Rheumatism, which is caused by been largely instrumental in makuric acid in the blood, which the TUESDAY'S RESULTS. ing Beckham what he is, and we kidneys fail to filter out. Any one now join with hundreds of other For Tuesday's results in Ken- can easily prepare this at home and good democrats in a request to Mr. tucky, Czar Beckham is entitled to at small cost. Beckham, to quit the race for U. S. the credit. By the underhanded Druggists in this town and Senate, that some good democrat methods of one man, to further his vicinity, when shown the prescripmay have the honor and be an own cause, the whole State ticuet tion, stated that they can either honor to the people of the State. must loose and ,St1Apkd: A"b"iack bore, white the State pass into supply these ingredients, or, if our The loss of Hager and the rest of v v v v v r v werr r nevvwvv vv var-the hands of the Republican party. readers prefer, they will compound STeak up will weigh the State ticket, with a possibility Butthere Is no use to grieve over the mixture for them. abogt 1I5 pounds, bob tailed and oi, the Legislature being Republi- spilled milk, it is done and all we Wantkd: Local representative crop off the right ear. Been gone can, all because of Beckham, can do is to make the best of it. for Mt. Vernou and vicinity to look about two .weeks. Liberal reward makes it doubly hard to reconcile, Th,e unofficial vote gives the ma after renewals and increase sub- for his return or information lead jority of the Republican tichet scription list of a prominent ing to his recovery. Address, The last Thursday in November .T"t8t from the city with new good and now prices. AND BILLY SOWDER. is the day set apart by this great about 10,000, with some hope that monthly magazine, on a salary and Mt. Vernon, Ky. country of ours, (these grand and the General Assembly will be Dem- commission basis. Experience deocratic by a Jeasonably safe major- sirable, but not necessary Good glorious United States) tor ThanksTheLiviugston telephoueswitch-boarOnr stock is now and complete and we will sell them giving day, a day wherein every ity. opportunity for right person Ad has beeu moved to the prop All orders for Coffiius and for wo have tho price that is in reach of nil. Grinstead defeats Tyler for May- dress Publisher, Bax, 5g Station O, man, woman and child should bow ertv lately purchased by Mrs. A. Caskets filled on short notice. New York. their heads in prayer to our Maker or of Louisville about 5000. The fullest stock of Winter Under vvcnr wo have evor New wires and more Owens. Senator George Farris loses in for the multitude of blessings which earned. Prices to suit all. The farmers of 'Daviess counts phones have been installed Wo have all kinds, from and He has seen fit to bestow upon Garrard for Representative by not allied with the American S many additions made which gives the cheapest to the best. each and everv one of us, though about 300. jCi'ety of Equity have cai:ed a ai.e.-in- an improved service. The conGoods wicked and sinful we might have Massachusetts the en to be held Saturday at Owens- - struction gang will come to Mt. F. KRUEGER & SON been all of our lives, He has been ire Republican State ticket, headad bor,o to form an organizition for Call and seo our latest styles. good to the sinner as well as to the by Gov. Curits Guild, Jr. Henry M. mutual protection The "Army Vernon next week and begin the MT. VERNON, KY. GIVE us a trial and let us show you what wo will do, is saint, bn has caused the rain to fall Whitney the Citizens' Democratic of Peace" has disbanded and the rebuilding of the exchange here by all wo ask. upon tire unjust as well as the just candidate for Governor, polled a members have returned to their putting in an entire new set of When the haby is cross and you large poles and new wire and more have worried and worn out you will and yet how far we fall short of our much heavier vote thau Chas W. homes. phones, when the service is expect- find that a little Cascaswjjet, the duty to our Maker. A great many Bartlett, the Democrat Dr. J. M. White, ol the United ed to be much improved. well known remedy for babies and j people, certainly misconstrue the Pennsylvania elects John O. States Marine Service at Seattle, children will quiet the little in a object and purposes of Thanks Sbeatz, Republican head of the short time. The ingredients are giving day. There are some who ticket for State Treasurer, by a has received'a message from Surgeon General Wyman at Washingprinted plainl yon the bottle. Conwith gun and dog take to the fields large majority. tains no opiates. Sold by Chas. (J. ton atubowing Dr. White to cany to shoot the innocent and New York Stute elects Edward Davis. quail or dove; many others T. Bartlett and Willard Bartlett. out his recommendation that all vessels on the Sound be fumigated for any kind of sport, fun or frolic joint candidates on the Republican Foot pads Sunday night held up J 'amusements of nny nature, any- and Democratic tickets for Justice at once. This applies to feiry Convenience of Savings Justice Geiger a local newspaper A thing but the real purpose for of the Court of Appeals, over, the boats and vevry vessel large enough reporter St. Louis and while one which this day was Intended. candidate of the I11dcpeuden.ee to hold a rat. No new occurrenMauy persons keep thoir money hero as a permanent inforced open his mouth the other ces of bubonic plague developed in vestment because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoidSome few have a different view League (Hearst). New York pried out two gold teeth. When ed. As an investmont, you can compute tho not returns accu and these will remain at home and City elects the Tammany candi Seattle yesterday. uamssr WHEN YOU SHOOT the robbers found only a small U 4 ruiuiy. oirtau amounts may bo added nt anv time. A Knv.nirc APPENDICTS. talk, and discuss our neighbors, dates by considerable majorities 5s, You want to HIT what you are aiming at itnount of cash in Geiger's pockets account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that aro bo It bt'd, btast or tared. Make vour Is due in a large measure to their faults and habits, not for a over the Independence League, idle, awaiting investment. (hot! count by ihooting the STEVENS. he smiled at their charging, reveal You may withdraw a part or tho oftl,e bowels, by employing Fpr 4 yean STEVENS ARMS haye they speak of good Republican Fusion candidates. moment do 5buse ontiro amount at any time. With a determination to save you ed two prominent gold front teeth carried off PREMIER HONORS tor AC. drastic pugat'ves. To avoid all ' aro always welcome horo. Why not lend your money to the (raits of these friends and neighCURACY. New Jersey is claimed by both dangpr, Our line: ind thev then pried out the teeth, use only Dr. King's New bank? As borrowers, wo stand ready to recsive such amounts bors, but gossiping and tattleing sides. The early reports indicated Life Pills the safe, gentle cleansers Geiger has not smiled since.. Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols as you can save from time to time. Wo will nnv vnn n seem to be the ruling enjoymeut of a plurality for Frank S. Katzen-bach- , and invigorators. Guaranteed for Jar rate of interest , on vour monov. Wn'H nvninin tM ,wnti u -Ale your Dealer Seq, cm. imumi,, " t ,1 n lj JiUU Will UUU III .. Olllllt. the day. Then there is a class, Jr., Democratic candidate for uvti'juviik;, hiliAiicnni' J vi Invt n rl f m uiiiuu for C.ttiig IftonlliaSTKVKNl, haolnnna Lu iwnn"v:a7 111U A soldier serving in the Philipuiniuiii utiu If you cannot obtain, of rnmnieia out,i,i, X . rtlmMaboalfofnfer. (Mr direct, vwho well knows the object and Governor, but later returns show uindice at Ohas. C. Divis drug pines was court martialed for steal ft fit frtjaM, iipon ence for Prcient tm recrlpufcaralofrprlcfl prospective siiooterl, .purpose of Thanksgiving day and John Franklin Fort, Republican. store. iuga riarof soap valued at eight 25c I3eauti(ullhreepor Aluminum Hanger will (.INCORPOIUTHD.) ithis class though small, yes, very making large gains, The Demobe forwarded lor 10 cent In dampi. :euts and sentenced to hard labor ' .small, will respect this good day cratic State Committee claim- MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. for six months. He made the J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.j tand spend it as the day should be. Katzeubach's election, but Judge nistalce by not taking a whole box V. 0. Sox 4098 A lew of these good people will Fort poes not couscde this and .says of soap. He then might have got GmCOPEK FAILS, MASS..U 8. A inieet in their holy sanctuary and the result is close. few days at hard labor. . " wy iim dbere lilt up their voices in prayer The Maryland 'contest for the s Govcrnrship is in doubt, owing' to to their Master for the many and comforts showered upon the lateness of the returns. Chair- mgroaiiuJi PRACTICAL them and tbeirs. These people man Viudtver, of the Democratic Thus cried the hair. And a UNDERTAKER, are few and far between, yet the State Committee, claims the State B kind neighbor came to' the reswithout 1 S AND good Lord will hear and answer by 12,000; and conservative tsti- Mi" cue with a bottle of Ayer's FUNERAL DIRECTOR, these prayers. My dear young mates based on meager returns give Hair Vigor. The hair was Mt. Vernon, Ky. , tnen, stop atid reflect e'er you Crothers, Democrat, for Governor, H saved! This was because desecrate this great and good day a plurality of 6,000 to 8,000. Cau Jurnish on shoit no- M Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular gs VIA J Celebrate it as it should be. and as The Rhode Island returns indigtico Metalic Coffins arid Caskets and have Embalming hair medicine. , Falling hair is it was intended to be, a day of cate the re election of Gov, Jam a caused by a germ, and this Jdono. attached, jS prayer and thanksgiving- - to our Higgins, Democrat, over Frederick medicine completely destroys by wiro Promptly Filled. for his goodness and H. Jackson, Republican, by a plugood Master these germs. Then the healthy kindness to U through all of our rality estimated to be about 1,500, 31 Phoni No. 63, scalp gives rich, healthy hair. On Salo November 1st, 1907 lives. As the any rollt; around we showing a Democratic gam fiun The best'ktnd oi a testimonial iuiiiiuiimuiiiimmmmmnimiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii Good Returning May 31st, 1908 "Sold lor over sixty yours." oft times reflect, when we see the the piuralitv last year, o. ajt Co. Lowell. MSi.l by J. youth of the country prepiring for The election of the Democratic Alio mnuroiurtr oi For Informitloo and list of botch laMreaa SARSAPARILLA. wicked and iuiul tport that he ticket in Mississippi, headc by E. D. KINO. 0. P. O T. A, 111 Mila St, Lexington, Ky. PILLS. e intends to participate in, how F Noel, for Goveinor, is a CHERRY PECTORAL. jgrtatly the meaning of this good conclusion, as the is no op- - The result of Tuesday's election Washington that conservative financial leaders have requested President Roosevelt to call an extra session of Congress to deal with the currency question. As an alternative, in the event that the President does not see his way clear to call an extra session, be is asked to make a public statement tc the country. These matters are still under consideration, but no statement is given out at the White House regarding the President's intentions. In themeantime Treasury officials are agreed that the financial situation is distinctly improved day by day, and advice from financial centers are said to be of a very reassuring character. in It is stated posing ticket. in Nebraska M. B. Reese, Re publican candidate for the Supreme court, tie most mncrtant Stole office voted oi, is undoubted dec ed by a majority of about 12,000, CleVf The Mnyoralitv contest land resulted in the. election of Tom Johnson, piesent Mayor, ovei Congrebsmau Burton. The Americau or party of Salt Lake City, are. esti mated lo have the largest pluralities ever given in that city. At Tolepo Mayor Brand White-- ' lock and the entire Independent ticket is elected. Cincinnati elects Col. Leopold Markbreit, the Repub lican candidate for Mayor. Reports from San Francisco show Taylor, Democrat, and a cood government candidate for Mayor, leading, with the Union Labor candidate showing unexpected strength. 111 n & & T'a p-fcoc .' ARG A NS Just From The City Bargains, - ( With I Quality, Outing:-)C " ; ' I With Prices. per yard, 50 patterns. SHAKE IN A UOTTLE. UNDERWEAR 0 Ladies', Misses', Childrens' and Men's Come while they last. The newest arid most complete in town. 4 1 . ti u one-hal- f and canvass, 'r runiis: buit Cases and Traveling Bags, leather . Come now. d ?' Q.T.JOHNSON. - I e. :&&$x&Gfct&atfi fore-hea- BARGAINS mm 1 soij m ep !LX 'in m f. Everything Hew! Men's. Suits and Overcoats: UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERS. nov-8-3- t. d . g Heavy Dress and Skirts: anti-merge- r I A. C. HIATT, KENTUCKY. unex-ipectiu- g &WCX$PK$fr the XCXXXXXJ Account I In- 4 'l ii THE BANK OF MT VERNON, . c. bless--jng- 0d?!Help irr m ran ma i gxfcxxx ycip.yr.& Willis Criffin 1 1 &mmmmm)mmmmmmmwmwiu: I FLORIDA AND NEW OMJEANS mi UULL1 UU a Winter Tourist Tickets 1 , oCPCBTpn re LUULI1I 16UUIL Stock Comp lete. Fine Hearse ORDERS Jt H 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 - fl I fjre-gon- A yers Subscribe tor the I SIGNAL. ',-- 4 .5' i 11. 'v M f. VERNON SIGNAL 1907 ''f&IiVKHNON. KY. Nov. 8, W. H. Smith ha; sold his erty on Mum Street to R. J3. tins. prop-Mu- l $33&ycyc5d&y Read fid of V. Krueger & Son up ''No, 79" whon 7Q Call wanltoCoinmunl. undertakers," found elsewhere 111 you A.J3 out with HIGNA.lv. J.J4 this issue Joe Taylor was tried last weetf and adjudged an imbecile His (3) brother, John, was appointed a committee for him. "The Willing Workers will hnvr LoUllV'lLC & NSIHVIllC R R CO. pies of different kind to sell in the TIME TA'BLE. hall way of the old brick Saturday 22 north p m nfternoon Nov. qth. 1.24 24 north 3:40 am The Lady Maccabees will give an 28 south 1:24 pm e oyster supper at the 21 South...' 12:20 am next Wednesday evening Nov. 13, Tas. Landrum, Agent. for the benefit of the lodge Every Phone No. 58. body asked to come and help. 79 twuiui T? YW I Court-hous- Entered nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofllce mall matter. m teooiiJ-cUs- s , . ii . vi ffl 1 ,ll 1 1 M , Franklin, F. Krueger and Jonas R. E. McKenzie were Atty. J. W. Brown was in LouisSowder was elected Marshal. ville yesterday. Although the Republicans will Dr. D. B. Southard reports Steve fever. not have a majority on joint ballot, Hansel very sick with E. B. Brown thinks probably he and will not be able to elect a will move to Lebanon Junction in United States Senator, it is now certain that J. 0. W. Beckham will the near future. will Rev. Briscoe and family wil not be elected Senator. There be enough Democrats opposed to leave about Dec 1st for their new him to defeat him, and it is now home in Nelson county. the general talk among politicians Little Julia Landrum has been in Louisville and at the Democratvery sick for the past week . She ic Stale headquarters that another has pneumouia. Democrat will be elected. , Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Houk, of Subscribers, especially professJamestown, Ind., are with relatives ional men and officers, when leavhere this week. ing home tor more than a day, of received everybody So sizes, priced Will Casper district deputy is shbuld ratify telephone "Central" here again this week in the interest as to the date of their probably re, see cts of the W. M. of A. turn. This information is for the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oliver spent benefit of their correspandents and Sunday until Monday the guests of others having business with them. the family of A. H. Hamlin. It benaffts both parties as well as Henley Bastin and Ben Cormney making the work easier and more began Wednesday on the construe satisfactory at 'Central." Think tion of new telephone lines here, of this the next time you make a which will be oi copper. visit of a day or take a trip lor a Thompson, who married longer period not necessary if you Arthur Miss Judith Owens has moved don't wish it, to state your destihere and occupies one of F. Krueg-er'- nation, just mention date of your w f7WA3mjfJ Yi of. l MriE773FoVmkt Air mwf 1J return. houses on West Main. SHOES A Miss Bessie Mullins left yesterday Every family should have a cur- L 5 sre X v A Pagosa" dpringsrr - Color Mcwwhich suotiJdpositiveiy "ring i & for ' accompanied as far as St. tonight ajd every night if needed. She was L."VTAD BRAND SHOES mum MBMMiJi " yjy K ' iafllinnin : Louis by her father. R. B. Mullins. These curfews are inxepensive and L47 -fZszz, $h i4 r-vNorth Carolina, can be home made. Take a piece iT9f ' Dr. Carter of lias located here. He will have of siding two feet long and whittle JS his office in the old brick and will one end down to a handle; then occupy the W. B. Smith property take the child that needs the curfew and bend him over your knee. now occupied by W. T. Smith. ever and ever. RESOLUTIONS. Public Sals: I will sell at1 the Dr. Now take the piece of siding in the Ab Sparks has rented Resolved, That tbe&sympathv of public autcry, on Saturday Nov. 16 Whereas, It has pleased the s. clapper. Myers property on Main St., and hands and use it for kitto this Lodge be extended to the be- - 1967 all the housthold-goodof the unive-.s- e in a hhort time Put it on hot. Divide the strokes Great Creator chen furniture, also office fixtures, will move to town reaved widow and relatives. . see that none mis'-- call Brother Wil'is Griffin from books, to install the big crusher tor his evenly and Resolve, That these resolutions Dr. S. instruments etc, of the late W. Adkins. Terms cash. boy or girl up to the labor on earth to rest and iininor Sparks and S. W. Good for a brother W. J. bo spread upon the mfnutes of our Mrs. Emma D. Adkins. sixteen, and applications are tallity in the Grand Lodge, above, age of Davis. Lodge and that a copW be sent to Nov.-i-3Archiwarranteed to cure the most pro- where the Supreme Grand Moil "92. J2H.uMJ2AottDd loot I . Thaj the widow of our departed brother 1jo .32.hortnd long unndro all in one rid. I We overlooked the two person- nounced case of street loafing that tect of the Universe presides. &3syrm&&J? . SlnSJjr w,u,Kt,r ew'r wr tul mui lm I Griffin was born and also to the Mt. Vernon Signal in our last issue,of Capt. M. F. exists. The music als Bro. Willis the curfew POSTED. "' I Stei mJe for One izn. J ! I J1" flty&n ',' 1 niuch more necbre th&a .22 caLoer ta tuch gama u hawkj. owU. I Smith, who spent a couple of days makes is finer than singing "Where Sept. nth. 1832 near Mt. Vernon lor publication. Vff?&1Uv7AflK229M0 125 rents tor each name to run until Jan. ""iWoodchucki, aquirreU, (km, ic JOtiMHSKMSpBSSa' I Franklin. Baugh, (S.C. kud ia our complete catalogue, mailed I Ky. He has lived here all of his VmmfffvMM)r1f7ain Louisville and Dr. J. F. I, 1P08. Casli mi). t accompany au advertise t ycKni Wandering Boy Tonight Landrum Committee as a is My meat under tins head. life. Was made an Entered Apprenwho was called to Tennessee Thompson Sr. 1 vVo, whoso Mrs Anna E Miller is expect- tice Mason in September 1865; A names appear bolow, 7Ze2arfmJ2rearmsGxt witness in an important damage strictly forbfd huntinir, flshlnu or any 42 Willow Smet. New Hare. Coon. I ing her new post office cabinet to Fellowcraft, October 1865; A Mas suit. Remember that 3fthe Willing kind of trcespasaintr on our nlacos VJMWffr arrive in a few day?, which, when 1865, Workers will have pies on sale and will prosecute . violators to the F. L. Durham, who was sheriff set up will be a handsome piece of ter Mason in November Ashland Lodge No 370, was made Sathrday afternoon. Housekeep' full extent of tho law: Brodheid came of the election at furniture and a credit to the towr, Lodge in 1879. ers don't miss this opportunity to B. F. Purcell. George Livesay up yesterday with J. W. Tate who Mrs. Miller has gone to a consider- Master of this J. B. Livesay, W. I). Levisay, bring the ballot box. able expense to get this cabinet and Was an active member in the re- get pies for Sunday dinner. was judge, to W. Marler, ot Ashland Lodge No. J. J. J. Cook, Fred, as we all call him, is the the people should show their ap- organization Kl WarStrong teachers iu all departments High School, Gram- - pS John Leece, J. J. Smith, BRODHEAD. and efficient correspondent preciation of the fact, by renting 640 and was its first Senior splendid Nancy Smith, s mar, Intermediate, Primary, Music, Cooking, and Sewing, raj Smith Pruett. and was several times Master den In for the Signal at Brodhead boxes which, pre more conveniently jv? Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages, but JSS T. W. Moore, Mrs. G. W. Brooks has returned George Burton, we can claim the biggest and arranged, and much larger than of the Lodge. him. Simeon Taylor, fid good homes in the town are open to students. Terms: jjiij Resolved, That we acknowledge to her home in Knoxville after Alice Moore, .one of the very best correspondents those in old cabinet now jn use. j Board and tuition, $105.00. Tuition alone; $30.00, $20.00, K goodness of our spending three weeks with her I. C. Gibbs, J. M. Lear. f .mv local paper in the State. In fact, we can not see how it has the wisdom and W 15.00. For catalogue, a'ddress: (S9 J. R. Brock. Supreme Grand Master, and bow mother Mrs. M. Je.' Wilmott. old and tips Fred is onlv 22 years been possible to handle the amount in humble submission to the in- Misses Lyda and Jqhn Eva Hilton r3 MISS IDA M. TAILOR, Principal, gj the beamatabout375. of mail which comes here with he evitable edict from the Supreme visiting Mrs. L. B. Hilton at were M Mount Vernon, Kentucky, ftj old cabinet which is hardly suit LOCAL Grand East; yet we mourn the Stanford first of the week. Rev. for some of the smalleit star able r death of our brother as of one A.J Pike is hold'jnga protracted s rMi hnnnd passenger be route offices. Trie people owe u nevermore meet at meeting at Popular, Grove in Pu whom we shall ing five hours late yesteday our to Mrs. Miller to show in every the altar of Masonary until we gain laski Co. Ceph Leece of Lebanon Livingston letter arrived too late way possible their appreciation of admission into the Celestial Lodge COLLAR LABEL is at home for a few days. ' ' her efforts'. She expects to have on high, where he has preceded us; Junction for publication. Egbert Waller, of Oakdale Tenn. the new cabinet in and the office fraFiK&$&&ffl&&3fi!,y&ZRGGIfi I Cheaptr than wood. Will last lifetime.! spent a few days of last week w'th old ihoes to Fiaik moved to the new location in a and we deplore his loss to the Briug jour Hlsttstt Avardi World's Fair, SI. Lsul. 1H4. ternity, to his family and friends, homefolks. Mr.land Mrs H. H. Signal Bryant, second door from very few days. MMwARr IrohW(&witm j and to the comunitv in .which he Hutcheson are the guests of Mrs repaired, office, and have them II CINCINNATI. O. The death of Mr. Harvey Che lived. He was a just and upright M. B. Salin at Mt. Vernon. Hostrictly first class work. 0f 100 Julias ol lr Tenet slews is on csls- Hill Bryant. nault, Sr , occurred last Wednesday Mason, a kind husband, an honor- rner Wallen of Somerset was in W tr Mae. lev srlctl ssi ssrprUt MS. J Frank Call jr MS pa, evening at the home of his brother able and useful citizen, a sincere up to see one of our best looking . MWPk.vt unofficial obliging girls Wednesday, fh (Cji 10) s Mr. David Ohendult, after a long friend, a courteous and Govern, Dr. Percy Benton was in Stanvote of Rockcastle in the and painful illuess of stomich neighbor, a man who endeavored on or's race. The other candidates His death was not un- always to perform every duty, to ford a while Wednesday. W. H. ran along about trouble. the State ticket Gubernatorial can- - expected yet, like every invasion his God his country, his family, his Benton came up from Lebanon To buy ctothes from a general Vernon the same as the Junction Tuesday to vote. J. R. of the Grim Reaper, a shock to his lodge, his neighbor and himself, appearance stand point, as all B. family, friends and community at honestly, faithfully, and well Cass ruts' returned from Louisville JaVrett, for jailer and W. A. suits, oven the poorest grades, IRKS, Resolved, That in token of sin- where he has been attending the representative, each large. Deceased was about sixty - Davis, for look good bofcro tbev are worn' He was cere friendship and sympathy in bedside of his mother The purty of the tick- - yearj old and unmarried. of and went a few votes ahead widely connected in this and ad the dark hour of this great afflict- at Frith Hotel last Wddnesday 'VlDEALEli in Marbles and et. . Hager. Wilson. joining counties and was universally ion, and as a pledge of our fidelitv night was largely attended and well Granite Monuments of all liked for his generous and congen- to the memory of our deceased enjoyed by all present. Covers 191 To buy clothing with the Si E, Mt. Vernon, Estimates furnished Ho is survived by brother, we extend to the bereaved were laid for 44. John Benton has kinds. 159 ial disposition Shield label as shown abovo, in W. Mt. Vernon, one brother, Mr. David Chenault, widow and to to his surviving returned from a weeks stay in on application. 152 68 Koundstone, attached to colhu Tlio retail Louisville. Dr. O. O. Stone was GEORGE OWENS, '3 from whose home the funeral was brother, the fraternal right hand in Grab Orchard Tuesday and Wed 35 Scaffold Cane, price is also attached to coat Masonry; nesday. 117 conducted on Friday morning after of Free and Accepted i5 The Youne members of Crooked Creek, in and with it the assured that the sleevo. llx which his interment took place the Christian,Church are preparing 59 Orlando, ' Cemetery.--RichmoGreat Light, given of God to roan, to have a bie entertainment in the 209 the Richmond 68 ITS GUARANTEED, Livingston, will euide them and us safely to Opera House Thanksgiving night. Climax. M4 58 Grove. came up from Walnut W. T. Brooks ron salkhy Mr. Chenault made his home at that spiritual building, eternal in 07 J2I Shepherdsvjlle Tuesday to vote. Browns, county for two or the heavens, where their loved ones Conway, this 145 . A. Drodhead, 68 three years previous to his icvnt now dwell, where the broken circle Correction: Mrs. tula McGuire 7 CJL silt Fowera; in Ky. illness and had many warm friends shall be reunited never again to bo is 28 instead of 38 as appeared 152 768 in this county who deeply mourn parted, and where they shall dwell Livingston letter lest week. Our ogether in peaceful happiness fo r mistake. his death. 762 Majority, PERSONAL The old Board of Trustees tor Mt. Vernon, composed of Dr. A. G. Lovell, R, B. Mullins, S. C. oming and going all the time here; Star Brand Shoes draw people to, my store season after season. These shoes and the other good things T sell make permanent trade forme; if you once begin to w keep, ft UPSets t0 be a habit. These shoes are so good, so perfect fitting, so stylish, that they satisfy every ooay wno wear mem. ask your neighbor about C" ON STARS" yu , i BRAND SHOES to see them. SbI - V i "WALK 3- - and come to see them. They want STAR you CLOTHING "-"X or 'SHIELD BRAND" If you are not already wearing a and try on one. Don't Suit it will be to your interest to call buy a thing to wear until you see my line. I handle a first class line of every thing to wear and can save you money on every deal. -- r I Just a new supply UNDERWEAR for ours up, and worth it Don't buy until you All from 4 - V XT"1 .'I ,1 s jSC&cJz FiVvi -f? J imr AB "" . m . BW 2&l.lj&l W Jkshoe f better: '? ( r, . &VII lV , s N bWMWsW e. t. nSwM&Mi ,ri5SMJBEfi tnMrrV?in? - u 4U"- center-fi- n -- B I -- l36-p- a (f.l. Wk'Wr I BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL. -- ... - 3 n. it "'atnr xv --- vX WmtMMMMMMBMmmMMMBMMf9MMMMMMMMMWBKmm$MMMMMMmmWBWmmMBmeM ML R Ill I y Qfl CZr IT'S A BISK Manufacturer IT'S SAFE Vt - s r nd 5Nng'S3M05Lnp .bwmmV OLIVER, Livingston, - J. a MlC0lj i iv.A - yw t V WS" , fTfrlZwiMwi ? Vftfctm ., - jl . ' Iff t $$0'&!&O$fcfci'$$Gg A Boston schoolboy was tall, weak and sickly. His arms were soft and flabby. He didn't have a strong muscle in his entire body. ' HaHNMIHIMMlMli - rMfiiwiiiriiiaf 73K bfin j'rDCJU K. C. WARRRN DEAD. The physician who had attended family for thirty years prescribed the Scott's Emulsion. NOW: it To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. 1 I iM ALL DRUGGISTS I 60c. AND $t.OO. 0Q486&Q66"6&4&Q9GaQae"9(&fr, METROPOLITAN. THE BEST ..PLACE IN UOOKCASTLE TO BUY Drucjp, Stationery, Cigar?, Tkccop$ painfcp, 0 an Patent McccincP. - Diseases of CWTdren A SpecWfyS. C. DAVIS, Prop. Phonb No. 53. MAIN STREET. 31T YfiKXON, IH $&3$3C3 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER B rod head K LINE Coffins, Caskets and Eobes. All Mail. Telegraph or Tole- phono orders Promptly Filled. COMPLETE SesKSfoc&Dce 9 r A COMPLETE Best at the LOWEST Prices. .d LINE, a NEW and COMPLETE Lino of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Remember that Wo have the A FULL LINE and Queensware, & Groceries and Of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hardware Dryfi Goods. W. H, RICH, Andrews g Kentucky WWCHESTtR "NUBLACK"' Loaded Black Powder Shells w3w&m&$vM X. was strong in . mentali, cohvif t'ons, conservative1 Jij judgment. itnuiovable from moral principles Looking at it as men are wont to I K)k, it does seem that his end was untimely. Whv should so good ind useful a man aie just now? Though 66 yirs of age, he was not ol I His powers of mind and bodj mature and vigorous. His Acre c'nracter was beyond reproach He meditated evil to no "one anrt lid kindness to all he could The mental query will arise: Or.ylr n t he to hive been spired spared 1 this conunii lity, spired to h. riends, and above all, ed t . h! 'tniily? Hclp'csslv, it nny bs ig norantly, Vve ask thee tow. The answer will come the true answer bye and bye. With a calmtieisand fortitude oil his own, conscious for davs that the eud was coming apace, he waited the inexorable advance of a fatal malady and died He died but he was not vanquished, Death had lost its siing, the grave was .shorn of its victory! 1 Tu'lve R. (J Warren, wlio died nf in hi ham in Kia'ifortl last could claim tunny warm friend in Rockcastle, nrtd because ol Unit VI There are usually several ways to do a 111 w copy in full the following from given thine:, but it is tho aim with all of W us to find the best and shortest way. It tl'e I tut" or Journal. is just so in the cure of disease. People .L trouble Imagine that Jin'Re Kiel n'd Crutchfield War- - suffering from liver Is wi-1TT all they have to do to take something . en u iwi Friihytvcnitu; Nov. I that will physic them.' There Is more H iw uiucli a"d yet how ttl-- , is than that in the cure of so serious a disorder as liver trouble. Id in this short s ntnce comes l Turn h When that drowsy, clogged up fcellwr CO cent G M. Ballard on you go to a druu storo and ask tor a man has died has been written ol or II bottlo ot Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mt. Veinoti Ky. a doso or two and watch results. It will thousands, and will he written o' Take clean out tho bowels and stimulate tho not only circulating so liver, hut It will ect tho blood to und arouso tho functhousands vet to die It is actlvo brief that you teelstomach again,that jour appctlto re You enn't be well if vow have a 'fe; t.o of the record, qjickly made, quickly told. tion! ana you (cot lino your oiu sen again, a turns orpurgatlvo couldnot do that. , wciu., uiineaiioy. urea out SIOI1HCI1 y slmplo laxative One who reads it will n nice only it jjr. uaiawcu s syrup 1'cpsiu is Db. uuijr nuu- - ieitll6r Prtll IMl funt nnirt If uy .. luzuuvu but It his tonlo properties, so common event, and forma it the aenuiunllko so many other things. Instead ot ' SOtllC little trrepularitv in eatttif vott that, caused the stomach to Ret our moment after. A tjother will iTenUs little stomach puise to ask who was he who thiif- - tho'innSJUhStThamtS1 to trouoles ere Tbee of llidlQCStlOll, stgus aerceablo. It is eentlo but effective, pleasant ft . puro In quality. Itlsancxccllent. from nming his fe' lows' the tnsto and pasj.-economical Homo Cure, and Its results aro por. WHICH may nod vcrv Ollell does life did ne lead; what death jnanenu It Is absolutely (Marantced to do whal turn into n Verv had Case ot ("ys- What Is claimed (or It. Usa It lor occasional or chronlo constipation, did he die? pepsia. Don t allow tlll to pnnil dyspepsia, Indigos tlon. .b!!!P.uAnes-- , B.lrttSm n .sitiol,. ,1nv ,!,l,., Why should mortal mail eiltiuire ach, bloated stomach, natulcncy. Vt.fl'.L " M..... v.... UMIIUII. ,ti., J'llllt liejolcnan(lonootncrliisorthe8tom!Mh,llver wnng 10 overcome it. luke .some wllHt his fellow man has done tll.lt and bowels. It Is the greatest ot household remedies and no tamlly should bo without It good reliable and safe digestant like at IIS death hhoilld in. chronicled? becauso In a family someone thenany moment Konoi. ior Dyspepsia rou will aD. Konm. is ft ...h . in.o.ivn nnd God has not made Hn croatures in preclato having Dr. Caldwell' Syrup I'epsin In tho bouse for hlarTVZ:dnelch.T .id "5! vain. Toeich has allotted troubles arising from a disordered PRFP TFRT lis duty in life. Performed or unIt is pleasant to take performed, thenllotpietit is there Inz un have t free sample Lottie tent to their noma by digestion and affords promptly. Sold remedy will do ti we claim, and Is only cctn to those a stand The noble t earth- who have never taken It, Sent) (or It if you have any by Chas. C Davis. ol itomich, liver or bowel disease. ly tribute that can he paid to any symptomseffective laxative lor children, women Ccntlcit and old yet most Inin. A euarantMd. ncrmanent home cure. THE 111 is that he did what he could in in PUBLIO VERDIOT: "No Laxative So Good and Sure Over 70,000 rni.rond men of thei SS OR. CALOWELL'3 SYRUP PEPSIN." This predict his own appointed sphere. tti.rlKj n.iHtntoa t.. If VUnmnrr1nn II. Ci. United Kingdom have voted to PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Richard C. Warren fairly won I trike. So far onlv 8,773 have Caldwell Cldq., rVionUosllo, III. praise He did his! HP thimodcof voted to oppose the step. Nothing . - ua ioold m ' pait. Whatever his task in the will be done pending the interview une of private or public duty, he Ban'ters in the leatling cities Weduesdiv with the president of essayed it. If irks-onihe did not the country express conliJence ii ihe Board of Tiade. evade it. If unpleasant he did not the country express confidence it Murk it. the financial situation nnd state The Potmaster of Garconade, Esteemed by those who knew tint they believe normal condition-wilIo.-- , Daniel A Btigh, says of De liiin, trusted by those who tjave soon be reMored. The i.ssuiiu. Vitt's ICidney and Bladder Pills, him place- - oftrust, loved by friend of clearing-hous- e certificates mean-tin- t 'Iain doing well, and improvwho cloved to linn, adorned by the the bankers of New York anf ing so fa.st in health that I can not wife he married and the children other big cities will not piy on iv too much for your Kidney and lladder Pills. I feel like a new he nurtured his final leave un- large u ns of currancy. Howevt De Witt's Kidney and made an empty space. He will bt cash will be provided lor pay roln nan." Jhdder Pills arc sold by Chas 0. remembered. His uame will be re and other use. It )avis. called by youiitf men lonp aftei deemed advisable to stop tl 1 hey shall have pissed into I he cashing of irge checks in order to yellow leaf; and it will be mention- - orevenUhe hnadiug of currency R. W. DYOHE, ra rcspeciiuny ana even tenderh f 4E FOUGHT AT ne wan a just man, a geuerou-raaBURG. MT. VERNON, KY. warm in friendship, sincere David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y. in attachments; without guile, inDflico in old brick opposite who lost a foot at Gettysburg nocent of dtceit, guiltless of dupliCourthouse. city. He was artless nndconfidiue. wiites. "Electric bitters havt All Work Guaranteed Satisfac j'istiv despising shams, shallow done me more good than nnj medicine I ever took. For seveia' tory. hypecrisy aud frauds. yearsil hatj .stomach trouble, Crown and Bridge He Hm-day Liwer Tro&ile i.-7- 1 One house mid lot InrW in LMnRnot. Ky. Th house ha-- s x rooms and hull, good out hunzts unci cistern, nil in jjord condition. Also a farm of 130 .11 f.11 Tllir flLTlfS l( .. ,J. ..,,, nnrt ... J,,.,,. Roc! caMlp mj j.ait in Jackson county, o m-- contains nine rooms, Rood onthu'ldinps, improved well watered and suffieent limber to run the farm. Address 1 1 1 I'okSalk: gX ,, 3 'T && J, New Store Our new Grocery store is now ready for tho inspection of the buying public and we invito you to call and see our lino. Our goods are all fresh and our variety exceils anything over offered in Mt. Vernon. We propose to supply Ihe wants of our customers in every 'line of Groceries. All goods delivered in town. When you want groceries, call Phone 56-1 "' ju ... nu 1 d f ?'' 1 1 -- L... W. Next door to Bank of Mt. Vernon, R CARMICAL & CO. Kentucky. .... Mt. Vernon, f b'-e- n lWr'FJ!Lcik XX'SXX i-- XX i- - 7MmwwS& ' HaOTHDJG siparsESS - 1 FALL SUITS ARE IN Yours is here. Come in and sec it. Try it on and note the QUALITY and STYLE. You'll be pleased. All the LATEST PAT- iiiKINa; checks, stripes, gray and brown, mixed weaves. Made by CLOTH-ING e l mtrnk leg'-timul- e ha-bee- EXPERTS. More style and service for your money than any other store can give you. 1 1 Kantbebeat clothes are "SUPERIOR TO TAILOR-MADE.- " n; If you want proof of this claim, come in and see for yourself. ill this store asks is a chance to SHOW YOU. Come and put Kantbebeat clothes to the test. 0 vJlsl1 IIIIHU ' tetn;e, j rfi - . mucu moucv tor tncaicuu (ucui . Specialty. o ittie pupose, until I begun raking lilectric Bitlerp. I woulc . ff- 4u ... Work a fll m' m P TOpi 1 Overcoats Ready lot take Sri.jo for'what they havt done for me " .Grand tonic for he aged and for female weakness Great alternative aud body buildci; best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Chas. C. Dav.s druggist.soc. BODHEA D, KY. Granite and Marble Monuments nd Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. Uso Agents for Iron Fence. D. B. A1.1iRir.HT, Manager - .- Secretary of War Taft s receni change of plans for the rcmainde' of his world circling itinerary folds departure from Manila on Sat irdayofthis week instead of as originally nrnnged , y J. Fish. ;P3rJrP - .XXXX0C9rCCS ,.juhac) mcFvtnz .-.r- ., .w t M. b. MYERS, "ta (itu-.stion-s SIGNIFICANT PR.vYUR. "May the Lord help jou make Bucklen's Aruici Salve known to A ill," writes J. G. . Tei.ksns, ol Clmpel HiO, N. C. It quick!, took the piin out ol a felon for me liamsiesidcuce. Phojir No. r ind cured it in a wonderfully short time " Best on earth for C. C. burns nnd wounds. 25c. nl Chap. ATTORNEY-AT-LAC. Davis drug store. At residence, on Olr Wain St., kuown as the C. C. VH )FFICE: $m0i Z?; Dentist Mt. Vernon, K) Firsi-Oass "ff ) You can't afford to miss the old reliable Storo for your SPUING and SUMMER MWMW.1a. Work. j & Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Notions . y & W (' . .Jfc .WM Williams, jr Lf j Wo cany no shoddy, second-hanauction- snle goods, only the bust, such as ve can con- sciontiously reconnnend to our customers., Call and seo us when in need of anything in our lino. Phone No. 83. d A HARD DEBT TO PAY. "Ioweadebtof gratitude tint can ucvnr be paid off," writes G. S. Clark, of Westfield, Iowa, u y from death, by hr. Kings New Dbcoverv. Both lungs were so seriously effected ilia de. th seemed imminent, when I c.imn en- ced taking New Discovery. The o ninous dry, hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used, and two more hot this h complete cure." Nothing has ever equaled New f-re-icu- I. k - PAPER-HARSE- um AND R KY. MT. VERNON. aSTOFFICE.- - Oil 2rd. floor ol The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given to collections.-Phoue & JONAS McKBSfZIE 1$X$3C&X&X No. So. PAFNTER 3 C MoCLARY &. Weakness' - Shoot Strong and Evenly, Are Sure Fire, ijnderfcaker Mmmi mm wW'W'vm Will Stand Reloading. They Always Get The Game. For WALL PAPER. ROOM MOULDINGS, ETC.! T.Pt lie. mnbn Ull nc Ifii a uttaiv nn imha.mGr Sale Everywhere. lisUsasaHsisMMsksfflHHE Discovery for cough?, colds and all thtoat and lungcomplainls, Guar anteen bv Cln C Divis dinggist. .50 ti' 11. CQmplEteyi?Sof?nHk,,,B- aud Si. 00 T ;tee. - work Jiefore placinc your order, All Work Guaranteed. on 'irdeis n' bv lelenhone attoni. Iroa oil "Last Fdll," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, of Tun-neltW. Va., "I was going down by inches, from female disease, with great pain. After taking Cardui, Oh! Myl Howl was benefited! I am not well yet, but am so much better that 1 will keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly on, promptly. cured." Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies and rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position today as in the past 70 years for the relief and cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up the organs recuiates the functions, and aids in the replacement of a misplaced organ. FREE ADVICE Writ us a Utter dtscrlblnc all your symptoms, will send you Free Advice, In plain sea'ed envelope. Address: Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga Medicine CoChatta-noog- a, art fore I.' tv. Dr.Mii.es -- i WW FOR --- n . 1m P x Headache lry Une ' T If you have anje FOR Neuralgia. ll" ' ,! . Tenn. -'"- Sciatica. V HA iim-. STTTtfe KSMf?rW-vSlra3- F ) WM I rz: sSS Rheumatism. TUii:Miuivib.Tr., i v.. : - wa- - Backache. Pain inchest. - .,,,,r VJr i 0 Distress in STOMACH, 4 s 'HI i t......n ttnil&'';. r.-- v-. t E wv -- Sleeplessness sBH"BlsB-s-. J ssWMMslsMMnsWsWlTHirisasMsl II "sv Jm rV takewb ' 'iJ"LIm J and the Pain is Gome, MSMiw 'iY4PJZ nm ' ...,ms a 7 HCS fkn M k WSMMy 25 Doses ts Thoy Relieve Pain Quickly, leaving no bad After-effec- un At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles. WINE OF CARDUI ad-aress 25 Cents v'N. ,J(ULL.1 . . . . a. . Ml I slMMMlsMslMs1sMMWsMMMWUiJLJMMJ,- - trJ Jj vS,MMMMM,77fih Never Sold in Bulk Great Bargain: For sale 198 or $1.50 per acre takes the bound-dr- y. For further information acres land on waters of Rouudstone R. L,, McFerron. Mt. Vercreek, near slate tunnel. No improvements and only such non, Ky., or this office. timber as necessary to the necessary use on the land. 40 Kln(l Vo" Hue Always Bears the Botigtit: acres ridge land and level. Would Hlgnattira make an ideal stock farm. $297 of OASTOHIA. C&&&U&U 0 .:.-- .