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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 riFridayL I VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY EY FRIDAY FEB oT ILC 1M 1 a L raLE i AN- DTALKS i LOUD Dont forget your cash as these are cash f prices J For the next sixty days I wil sell all 10 cent articles atC 7 cts 25a eo iqcts 50 39 cts I 100 u 79 cts I 5CH U II lio MENS Suits worth 1600 now nooJ Suits worth I5oo now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now 9oo Suits worth 800 now 650 Suits worth 7sO now4 stoaI J r YOUTHS Suits worth 550 now 400- f CHILDRENS Suits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were cents now cents Ur 5o 39 lJ t Prices on Shoes the same as Mother goods Come whilei they las- tDont forget the Gash SKIRTS W fA lot of Ladies Skirtswere 3 to 4 now 150 to 250 a great bargainRUBBERS ft I H A fine lot of new Rubbers M fresh from the factory at cut t prices Infant everything is 2 per cent less than regular price A lotpM cilium Carpet au A LUgs r COME NO- WGTJOHNS0N OK STORE Mt Vernon Ky T M y J LI 010 ern ign l 71908NUMBER4 BllODHEAD Jack M Call of ienne see visit ed his mother Aunt Jude Chesnut and sister Mrsw Fun n Francisco first of the week Woodyard Owens has returned to ifis work at Lebanon Junction The Pro gressive Bible Club was organized at the Baptist church and meets every Thursday evening at denominationsiaef ing in Pendleon county this week ahydepartment to his drug store and he can now furnish ou withall kinds of reading matterMiss Rt sa Pike entered Sue Bennett Mem orial School at Loudou Monday Miss Cora Sigmon has returned 1Irom a ten days stay in Corbin and JellicoMr and Mrs H H Hutcheson were in Cincinnati first of week shopping NERO Niggei Millers faith tful watch dog departed this lite last Saturday morning at 310 a m inihad at 130 p m Monday after an able funeral sereice by Rev Rals Wilmctt He leaves besides Mr l and Mrs Miller their six children to mourn his loss Tbeycertaiuly have our sympathy in their dark hour of trouble Misses Cl de Watson and Blanch Crawford have returned to Mr Vernon Sunday where they are attending schoolltilr and Mrs Clarence Shaffer of Lour ville are visiting relatives and friends here for a few daysHor ace Benton has returned to Leba non Junction after being at home r several days with the gripEi- l Owens has returned to Louisville f where he holds a fine position uith t the Electric Car Coj E Storms has fstainedto Keavy after spend ing several days with his wife here Mr and Mrs Smith are visitin in the Hiatt neighborhood thi week f NEGLEDTED COLDS THREATEN LIFE f FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE Dont trifle with a cold tois V good advice for prudent men and casefeclothingicolds If they are maintains through the changeable weather o f autumn winter and spring th ordinaryjftordinary light cold will becomes Vere if neglected anda well T established ripe cold is to the isSto child life at this season of year is the neglectedcold J Whether it is a child or adult the 3 cold slight or severe the very be j treatment that can be adopted is ton give Cbamberlaint Cough Remedy- It It is safe and sure The great popularity and immense sale of this preparation has been attained ailQpneumonia when it is given For Q sale by Chas C Davis ORLANDO Mrs Hettie Mason and little grandson Emery Bal are visiting in Corbin this weekJ M Lab well is at BaiboursviHe where he J has a position as RR operator Mrs Rhoda Evans and little daughter are confined with Measles Uncle Marvel Coffey suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days ago and remains in a very serious con ditionMr Tom Hickey has gone to Laurel county in search of M wife so we were informed Arthur Proctor who has had measles is B convalescent Mdell s J L Ball of this placeDr and 5Mrs W D Laswell were in M t J Vernon Tuesday having dent I work doneCharlie Anglin the five year old child of Stephen I Anglin died Monday at one oclock A M ot Tetanus We extend the bereaved pueiitsour heart svmoathy James Brooks and I W Cbasteen were in Mt Vernon f Tuesday tf NEWS ITEMS A bill providing 25000 for the care of the Jackson Hermitage at Nashville was introduced in the Senate bv Senator Frazier Thomas L Lewis of Bridgeport 0was declared president of the Unit d Mine Workers of Anferica at Mondays closing session of the annual convention The Ohio RepublicanState Com mittee at a meeting iu Columbus Monday voted to recognize the socalled Baker Committee which is friendly 10 Secretary Taft as controlling party affairs in Cuy oga county Senator Piles of Washington Monday delivered an eloquent appeal in the Senate in favor of an appropriation by Congress of 700 ooo for a Government exhibit at the AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition to be held in Seattle next yearUnder suspension of the rules the House Monday passed fhe Sullowav Bill granting a flat pen sion to all widows of honorable discharged soldiers Its provisions were explained by its author who said it involved an additional ex penditure of 12000000 Premier Franco of PortugaJ has resigned and an entirely new ministry has been chosen The Premier has been considered direct ly responsible for the political turmoil which resulted in the assassination of withdrawal from as holding a tranquillity Portugaltreaching Paris ing to flee from A mass meeting of the farmers of Henry county in which both those who favor raising a crop this year and those opposed took part was held at New Castle J Campbell Cantilll spoke for the Burley Tobacco Society urging the farm Judgge osf the question When an effort was made to take a vote on the question the meeting broke up in disorder both sides claiming a majority of those present That section 7 of the antitrust act awarding to the complaint three times the amount of damages regs interstate trade can be byforganiz CourtYcase Lowe Co hat manufacturers of Danbury Conn vs Martin Lawiqr and two hundred other HatterseeJust now is a good time to stick yourstjob and your job will keep you slid old Ben Franklin 150 years ago This was never more true than today Any man who leaves ajob now will find it hard to get another In New York 150000 men are put ot work in Chicago nealy as many more and there are 80000 idle in Cincinnati This distressing condition exists all over the country The output in all manufactures has been cut about one third and the total amount paid to operatives has been cut down in proportion All extra men are being dropped The last man II the slack manit and the une syman are all being laid aside There were more jobs than men to fill them last June Thereare more men than jobs today If you have a job keepit and it will keep you Drop it and you may not get another CHILDS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY John Englehardt of Gera aiMich tells of the anxious moments spent over her little two yearold daughter who had taken a hard cold resulting in croup She hadtonot been for Cough toJten minntes and she soon began to throw up the phlegm I can recommend it in the highest terms as I have another child that was cured in the same way Sold by Chas C Davis J Established c i LADIES JACKETS Just receiveda shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TAN and R BROvVKat5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come and see them before you buy elesewhere OVERCOATSw rV J ic Afamous faultless brand from 4 to 10 The best in the land SUITS The famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever day in any colcr from 5 to 15 in men and boys siz- es516ES On m iThe WALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also thei ii Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style j rJ RUBBERS Cyclone Rubbers and Felt Boots i m Phone 87 I Fy KRUEGER SoN Mi Vernon Kentucky tr 3KDKD 4= AT COST SALE I have about 100 pairs of the best Shoes and Rub Clothingandto eliminate these from lines ffom busi- nessCALICOES andGnlypayi F R ASHER ti WEST MAIN STREET c 3 3v Joeggacje OTTAWA Rev Jas Cummins closed a very successful singing school at Union Ridge Friday with a large crowd in attendance Charlie Sowdet went to Preachers rille Friday on businessMorris Proctor of Quail wits up to see one of our fair sex FridayTart Proctor bought of Charlie Sowder a hog for 6 Laswell and Son are contemplating erecting a flour mill in the near future Chickenpox is raging in this vicinity Mrs George White still con tinues very low with consumption Miss Jalia Brown spent Tuesday night with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Tart ProctorGov Elijah Wallen Is still on the matrimonial list FOR RHEUMATIC SUFFER ERSThe quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm makes it a favorite wit sufferers from rheumatism sciatica lame tack lumbago and deep seated and muscular pains Fo sale by Chas C Davis IOAswvoeABon tie A KM Han BUCK f I 1887 i v QUAIL E A Herrin continues about the sameEld Martin Owens is still in a very critical condition Wm Scott has been spending a few days with his son Henry cf hasIhas been spending a few days with his brother Dave Proctor near thi- splaceWalker and Wm Logan are on the sick listMrs Coleman n and daughter of Cincinnati ar visiting her son Jamie Lewis who has been very slckMn Jemima Todd has returned to herJiome in Indiana after a months stay wit her father Eld Martin Owens Elbert Elderof Brodhead called on one of our fair sex SundayEd ward Taylor is numbered anion the sickAunt Louisa Reynolds remains about as usual Wishr doses of your Kidney ana Bladder Pills and they have done for nore than any other medicine h ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfectcure Mr Barber refers to DaWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are sold by Chas C Davir After all there Is a good deal in talk Let a man talk dull times and it is infectious everybody talks dull times Instead of hustling around to take care of what busi vness there is they all go sit down and mope over dull times If a V customer does happen to drop into one of these dull times stores he actually gets frightened out of one half as much as he expects to buy because things look so blue He catches the spirit ot the store and resolves to hang on to all his mon ey with a death grip even if his business goes to pieces on account ot running short of goods to fill up the empty shelves The bugbear of hard times should be sat down upon It is doing more to kill bus mess than anything else Tell a man he he is sick keep it up and you will eventually hound him co death NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE Mrs E D Charles ot Harbor Maine speakiugof Electic Bitters says It is neighborhood favorite here with us It de serves to be a favorite everywhere dyspepsialivtrcomplaint ment malnutrition nervousness debilityItsthorough purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store soc eA K Murry whose acts had been robed in question in connect ion with suspectedconspiracy to YhMonday afternoon in Cincinnati The Transylvania Printing Cow pany one of the oldest publishing assigneds CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A FAVORITE insCoughR Woodabury of Twining Mich It has also done the work for us in hard colds and croup and we take pleasure iu recommending itIFor sale by Chas C Davis 1 14 MT VERNON SIGNALI FRIDAY Feb 719J8 i Publis1 id ever Friday by EDGAR S ALBRJGH7 5tTBSCR1PTION ONE YEAR 100 dverlising rates made known on aj5jilicaiion- MEMBRR OP KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATJO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk sujijct to the action of the Republican party THE Blue Grass section of the state has always looked with scorn upon the Mountains as being the home of feuds feudists assassins and cut throats Admitlng ita11 to be true there has never existed and never will exist a band of night riders going through the country destroying peoples property be cause they claim the right to con tinue the lawful pursuits of Weir trade or occupation Shame npon men calling ihpmselves citizens o4 of a free country who will band themselves together in mobs and go about the country horsewhip ping innocent men and women destroying the property of law abiding citizens because the claim the right to buy and sell th products of the toil of their owr bands and the sweat of their owi brows The man in disguise wh will steal away at the midnigh boui to the home of his neighbor t touch a torch to his property be cause that neighbor fails to agrei with him upon some bushite proposition is a meaner man thai v nthe assassjn who takes hi position behind a tree bv the road side and awaits with patiez1cetb approach of his victim WITH nearly four weeks of tin t Legislature gone the chances o electing a U S Senator are leK favorable with each succeeding dav The fight becomes more bitter the 0 Beckham and antiBeckham Demo crats becoming even stronger ii the fight to win or deadlok for al time to come while the Repub licans are holding on to Bradle with a lions paw grip hoping that the Beckhani men or enough of themseeing that B ckhamV election is im possible jand prefei ring as a rebuktJ the eventy fiv percent of the Democrats wlu have joined in the fight against Beckham that Bradley get the place rather than some good Democrat such as Blackurn Allen Mayo or J Wheeler Campbell the latter the most desirable of them all HARRY THAW was acquitted at his second trial for the murder o Stanford White on the grounds o insanity and has been sent to tb aSvlum for the criminal insane a Mattewan where he will reraair until he can be pronounces sane b a ommission While Harrys name will hardly go down in history V martyr and a ber5yet the verdict not guilty received the hearty applause of aJ veryvlafge majority Of course it will bfednlv a few days until a hal Sdze or a dozen if need be spec- alists will pronounce him perfectly free front all signs pf insanity and he will go as aJree man STATE AuniToK F P JAMES in 2 hisj port torhe Senate says that aft tall outstanding daitns have been paid that there will only be about2oooo left in the Treasury The outgoitg Democratic officials said there was i 800000 in the TreasurY the Republicans claim if onfy2oopo There something t iJongomewlere and the only so iutioirtvesee iB that the outgoing Democrats re the bigest liars un born or the present Republican in- eijmbents are the grandest setof thieves unhune A conference of Republicans of tile Third district who ifavpred Fairbanks as the nonliflefrPres- ideht was held at Bowling Green and plans w rCa for an active- campaign f ftii = IV J r k Fn 1frfisX POJiT1CiNS It is reported that two of the contest committees of the lovJerj House will reprt in favor of unj Jeating the Deinocratic cnntestees In one of the cases it is said t he reP3yillh t he1HouseThe Honse GommifJee on Ap propriatiois has eported favorably the Pension bill for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 1909 The bill as reported abolishes the psnsionj agencies located in various cities and consolidates them in one central distributing agency in Washington Indiana Republicans Tue da selected by ditrict convention0 twenty six delegates to the nation al convention The four delegates atlarge will be selected by the State convention on April 2 The Indiana delegation will be a unit for the presidential candidacy of Vice President Charles W Fairbanks Col E W Lillard the Boyle county Representative received a5 memorial signed by twelve Demo crats of the West end of Boyle county commending his course in refusing to vote for Beck him and condemning the Countv Committee for assuming to speak for tbe Democracy of Boyle county in the senatorial fight The very remarkable special message of President Roosevelt is heseusatiop of the year in all olitical circles He uses both the igstick and long knife Hammer ed tbe heads of trust finances wi mt mercy and discovered and peed the foul cancer of oii National life Bran saj it is rave message and needed at thi me that the issues defined hav en advocated a decade by Democrats The message is a call to arm hat cannot be ignored A royal ttle must be fought in Con rec vith the adiuinJstration Repuhli ans and royal Democrats on one ide and purchased newspaper nd purchased legislators and standpat Republicans on th ther Roosevelt has burn ad tlu ridges behind him and has laker stand against oredatpry wealth ir victorj or defeat in the nameoi he people of the United States xSAt times whan you dont feel just right when you have a gooo tomach take something right uvay that will assist digestion no omething that will stimulate for ime but something that will positively do the very work tha he stomache performs under irdinary and normal conditions something that will make the food iigest To do this you must take t natural digestant like Kodol Fo vspipsia Kodol is a scientific jreparation of vegetable acids with latural digestants and contains rhe ame juices founu in a health tomach Each doe will digest nore than 3 000 grains pf good ood It is sure to afford prompt elief it digests whot you eat anf s pleasant to take Sjld by Cha J Davis Heartburn Gomes From it Stomach The heart is an organ that people art not inclined to trifle with buta pers J heartburna perfectly sound heart Nine times out of ten the disorder comes from the stomach through dyspepsia constipa tion orsome other digestive ailment So instead of taking heart cures stImu1ats9ndremedy likeDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which will correct the digestive disorder and in TheremedyIsof any druggist in 50 cent and bottles As rcwlUBeUvIGWTenn thattorattheCaldwellsSyrupafter a few doses the indigestion and constipa anllheart tcdonovfeelsL Syrup ItIsnever gripes It is the ideal remedy Tor stom toItsmended to chiidrei women and others who canS not stand the violence and griping of saltspurgatives and Cathartic tablets Those wishing to try DrCoM Ij isyfagttsttlcremedyhave taken It Serd tar It any symptomiof ivn or dUsasc for children eld THEPuBLtSproductbeaPEfSiH SYRUP CO UD CaIdWeIIWVMaRtIoelIe IU Sid by 1JA8 C DAVIS BALflGE OF POWER fifCthe Kentucky Senatorial Contest f Apparently Hold by 7 Liquor Men t THEY MAY ECILILECTl9tJ tt Is Now Openly Hinted That Oppo nents of County Unit Bil Are Ready to Favor the Side That Favors Them Soms Interesting Capitol Gossip Frank fort Ky Fob 4 Another I week oas passed and the senatorial race skeins no nearer a solution than ILdid ihree weeks ago The deadlock itlli holds firm and unless the ternper ance question lan cut the Gordian knot Clerc is prospect of an nlec Ilion ai this session of the legislature The temperance fight has already butted ill to the senatorial rate however and may be the one thing that jtvill causa an election There axe soy eial members cf theleRislatnre who are repnled to be more strongly inter ested in preventing the passage of the bill extending the county unit law to every count in the state than In the election of a senatqr orJriJUiy other Icidslution If tile JJeinourats pr a GOV AIIflUSTIt If VIILtON majority of them 2Sto passUvis h then ltls nsKiited that these IJrjno nvMnborK wH rotC fur itnl lf Jiiv RnpuliUcan nominp forth srnaloV If RojmhlScnns voo ami work for the county unit I4hithti those liquor nipn will tot votr for the lt pllcran nomi net TIll Mqjor men wm lii hod UK nla Uj of puvnr aid waist In use it fiirUQiUH intyifstjj Tiry arft oil pnsPtl to PockhanilPcaur5 of his lrn rui OV Vs but lheT Iun van to votp for jinidley unh ss lh xi MI ties of the ttnijcrnnrc bs n cpiir such a courso Thai Is IIC situation pow and if nisyonp oanji iItit vha will happehiie can do more than any man in Frankfort I Senator Hubble of Mmnln county has introduced a hill Inthe senate which requires all legal reserve life Insurance companies doing business In Kentucky to Invest 80 per cent of the reserve on all outstanding piKv Issued In Kentucky in Frntuecy sc rlties such as state ctrly bonds mortgages on real estate awl mortgages on tobacco that Is pooled by some responsible organization which Is operated in the interest of the to bacco growers The primary object of the bill is of course to prevent the enormous reserve funds of the big in surance companies from being held and invested In New York alone The Kentucky legislature has no coat rol of these insurance companies it is true hut it can pass a law to the effect that no cOlUpanY can do business in Kentucky unless it invests a part of the money it earns from Kentucky policy holders in Kentucky securities This same bill with the tobacco feature left out was introduced in the Legislature two years ago but the influence of the Insurance companies smothered It It will be quite a feather in Senator Flub hles cap if he can put his hill through and thus help the tobacco raiserj bring the tobacco trust to terms coo Judging from the number of hills troduCEd the membersoP this legisla fQIbothSenator Ttenaker has offered itbill pro vlding for a pension of 125 hr yea to all disabled und indigent Confed Hate soldiers and Senator H san Of fered one amending the law Jwvfcrnfng the Confederate Home so flint a Coo Vfderate soldier who Is entitled to hf come an inmate ef the hormviiiaj if he chooses rrrmii with his fantlv and daw the jin pint for Sis sijj5ort that would be jHliif nil his nnjninanet3 tt the home The bill to appropriate 25000 for a monument cr memorial to the Confederate and Union soldiers at the Vicltsburg National park Vicks burgl Miss has already beet approve ed by the senate committee and will likely pass without any serious opposition This Is consfdered a small amount wheltConhpared with the 200 000 appropriated for the same purpose by Illinois S200QOO by Jews 100000 by little Rhode Island and similar amounts by many other states Ken When the baby is cross ana has von worried and worn out you will Ind that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and hildren will quiet the little one in shqrj time Theingredients are yripted plainly on the bottle Con ains no opiates Sold by Chas 0 DavisNoricI have on hand at all tinies flour and hip tuff from the John Riddle Roller Mill flour the best 60 per hundred shipstuff 145 per hundred delivered any h lucky xvaa rnpresonivid by tv lye rcgl ments at the siege of VlCuSburg in eluding both the Union and Confedoi ate forciiiJand she should not lag be liind thef othnr states in paying fitting fribuloto her brave sons that fell on 1atf1tmOUS battle ground t SO Several hills have been introduced tfijt session In make eight hours a le gaf days work for several different classes of laboring men hut the legislature itself has much shorter hours than that As a matter of fact the legislature does not learn how to work till the last three weeks of a session For the biggest part of the sixtyday term they just loaf along and take things earfy They meet about 11 oclock Tn the morning go through with some unimportant routine work tilt noon then take a ballot for United States senator and adjourn for the 5lyiIt is true that some committee meetings are held in the afternoon and at night hut so far this year the senatorial race seems to have demor alied iiI attempts to get down to hard work It has been suggested that better resiifrs coufd beoblaincd if the legislators were paid afixed salary for their full terra instead of the five dollars JT lay Ihey now receive Sen ator Nat Cureton of Louisville has of fered a lull providing that all legislators shall receive 40 per month for their full twoyear term and the lieut enant gQvernor to receive 2500 per year It ls jiot believed that this bill w1IIas9ivever and if it should ipatss woiil not apply to the present legislature as the salary of an official cannot he changed after lie has en tered upon his duties SO Out or all the bills Introduced look tng to thtr securing of a better system of public roads It Is believed that some one good measure will he adopt ed ihutich7lStltuitiOfl does not permit stfiiram fii roadbukllng hut state aid seems u he the only solution of the problem With this Idea in view Senator no worth has introduced a bill providing for a vote on the propo sition to so amend the constitution that the state may lend Its credit to any county to help that county build goOd roads The plan is to have a county vote to issue bonds for heel fain amount to build roads and then the state will endorse the bonds and thus the money can be raised to carry- on the york Other states have even gone fatthr than thlsn New York the state contributes per cent of the cost of all roads California and Colorado pay all the cost Massachusettr pays all the cost hut requires the counties to refund onehalf in sly years 7i Ohio tie state pays 2r per cent the county percent the town ships 15 ppr cent and the abutting property owners 10 Irent Jn Pennsylvania tin state payEr 75 per cent A large number of other states help the noiinties to a greater or less dfv grcss to build the roads and unless Borne measure is adopted by the legis lature to promote roadbuilding Kcn tucky will soon hop behind her sister states and 1e known as the mudroaci stale 00 JfentiUky has lutgjecltid her Oslo and gnntjj for so long or hits failed toerifoilw them that fish and game have nhnosf beconu things of the past oiher states have rigid laws on this subject and enforce hem to time letter hut It has never been done in this state In fact there is an attempt at every session of the legislature to repeal the few restrictions as to fishing and hunting that are now on the stat ute books Representative Hunter of Clark county has Introduced a bill providing fort appointment of a state game and fsh commission that shall appoint a game warden The bill further provides for a gun license for all hunters of 12 for pump or repeating guns aiidl for other guns It also provides for a license of for every fisherman who is a resident of the stateand 5 for all nouresidenfa and limits fhti amount of game and fish that may be taken in any one day Representative W C McChord of Washington county has offered a bill that he thinks will to a great extent solvetrthe tobacco troubles in this state IIIs hill provides first that all persons companies corporations or govornnientsthat are engaged in man- ufaeVuiriflger buying tobacco In this state must first procure a license to do so from the state commissioner of agriculture second It provides that It shall UM unlawful for any person en gaged tin growing tobacco to put on any growing plants any poisonous sub stance for the purpose of destroying worms of irsectKor for any other pur posvTthJrdvlt makes it unlawful for any person haying the possnssion of tobacco the title of which is vested in another ito sell or otherwise dispose of sucJcdflVic00 without the consent of the person in whom the title is vest pd Tne latter clause is to prevent anyone wno has pooled his tobacco from taking it out of the pool and sell tagiMo tl1ftrust About tnefirst bill to pass the senate was the Bosworth bill which au thorizes under certain conditions and restrictlonsfthe use of the public high ways roads and Kirhpikes by persons fiiTnsor corporations engaged in the- iuiitnuifaetuireitransmissiofl and dlstrl bution of electricity for lighting heat ing had power purposes The condi tions find fftrictions are that the fix turesof the ild companies shall not in my way interfere with travel on public roads and the said transmission lines shall be under the reasonable control of the althorlties having control of the roads Npthing In the act shallie construed to prevent the prop ertywriters from obtaining damages for such rights and the act shall not apply to any incorporated town or city where in Iowf- lJflt ii W H BROWN phone67 Mt Vernon K 5SKEEPING OPEN HOUSE Everybody is welcome when we feel that way only tihen our digestive organs are work ng prop erly Dr Kings New 1 ife Pills regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one canJuhelp feeling good wnen he sells these pills 25c at Chas C Davis drug storeI i P t MS OF KENTUCKY Terstey Told Information Concerning Matterss of Current Interest to Kentuckians I THE STATE NEWS IN NUTSHELL Hire Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Attri tion Throughout Kentucky Louisville Ky Jan 30The tak ing of evidence by the government against the American Tobacco company in an effort to prove it an unlawful combination in restraint of trtde which has been going on In New York city for the last two months has been transferred to Louisville The evi dence so far presented by the government at New York bears principally on the policy and methods of the trust in its control and management of its subsidiary corporations and of manufacturing firms whose business out put or production it is alleged the- trust has been able to control to the disadvantage and financial injury of Independent manufacturers The hearing is before A G Ronalds clerk of the United States court C J Mc Reynolds of the department of justice represents the government W W Miller the Imperial Tobacco company and Junius Parker of New York the American Tobacco company AN OPEN SWITCH Caused a Disastrous Wreck of Lim ited in Tennessee Chattanooga Tenu Feb 4Passenger train No 35 known as the New York Limited on the Southern rail way was wrecked one mile east of Sweetwater Tenn The train while going at a rate of thirtyfive miles an hour ran into an open switch and crashed into a loaded coal car A number of persons were seriously jured The most seriously hurt are Engineer Copeland Knoxville Mail Clerk 1 M Thomas Cleveland Tenn messengerIrie La Tour Slock company a theatri cal trouiie on the way from Knox yule to Memphis One lady meinber of the company sustained a severe sprain Of the wrist by being thrown from a berth The passengers were all badly shaken up and the track was blockzd for somo hours SMASHEQ A BLIND TIGER rrNight Riders Turned Their Attention From Tobacco to Whisky Hopkinsville Ky Feb INight stortlotcounty covered the proprietor with pistols and held him a prisoner while they smashed one barrel of whisky nine cases of beer and a quantity of wine and liquors In bottles Twenty piasked men were In the band They charged tiger Collins with running a blind Traffic Will Still Dear It New York Feb LThat no neces sity exists for a reduction in the prices of Iron and steel and that none will be made was the general understanding arrived at by the representative man ufacturers of pig iron iron and steel at a meeting held in this city There was no agreement for the maintenance of prices made or suggested but the belief was expressed by all those pres pricesWQuldturers to their customers and to the terestfIJoint Reunion IINo Feb LAn official statement there will be no joint reunion of Confederate and G A R veterans at the next annual Coaled erate reunion in June at Birmingham Ala has been issued here by Adju tant General William E Mlckle of the Confederate veterans General Mickle said that the proposed joint reunion is impossible under the terms of the Confederate Veterans constitution IThe Only Surylvor Tex Jan 3QThe Nor wegian steamer Molina arriving at Texas City landed Thomas Neilsqn the only survivor of a schooner that went down in a Carribean storm a month ago He was picked up cling ing ton raftr at sea by a tramp steam er and transferred to the Molina at Progreso Seven of his companions on the wrecked schooner were lost Churchgoers Prevented Bank Robbery Carmi IlL Jan 31An attempt was made by burglars to rob the First National bank at Enfield but it was frustrated by citizens that were returning from prayer meeting Tns burglars escaped leaving no clue as to their identity Teacher of Languages Dead Urbana HI Jan 30Dr Gustav Eckerson head of the department of modern languages at the University of Illinois is dead of pneumonia He was ill less than twentyfour hours Oldest Postman Dead Troy N Y Feb IFred W Wolf the oldest active letter carriei in the United States is dead here He was seventytwo years old and had been a letter carrier tor fiftyfour years ASTORIAPot Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- tiqnatnre of Use DeVV itt s Littst Early Risers pleasant little pills They are easy to take Sold by Chas C Davis LI a I f StfUtiiieGreatIii order to make room for my Spring stockof gcVeds I willoffei for sale for the NEXT 80 jj DAYSat COST my entire Hue of gMfns and Boys Suits OddIPants Cvapcoats and 3n9Ij Iii I11II t IA C H I ATTt inHATT KENTUCKY II I tl ctcc AccountJvtQ Mauyvpersons keep their money here as a permanent in Q vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid rfed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu Xsavingsiidle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the i entire amount at any time With a determination to save you iU rile always welcome here Why not lend your money to the ft buk As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts w legulhiiA you will call at the bank f THE BANK OF MT VERNONit t INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY t ctc I i tttiTittft1t1t1tt111ttt1t1ttjt11tttttttttTttijtj tltiit11 tAT VERNON DPHET CD i I DIRECTORSAND l ETALEC Vii Coffins and Rot-E ed Embalmur will have charge of that line of E work for the company = E Orders by wire tilled Hearse sent to all points ABFURNISHW5H 3 g Proprietors V i111111111111111111111111111111iililll11111Jfl11111111111i 111111111111lS In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who the TRUTH SfcouM Read ceAia Iitdepeiadeait Newspaper9 THE POST DURING THE YEAR 1908 I COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY oekyGoverpof Frqui io Augustas Ea Willson existenceEveryJUSr OFF THE PRESS Is the now Kentucky map Engraved especially for the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Keng1111raUomf maps of equal value including the Philippines Porto Rico Hawaii Alaska late maps of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western Hemls informationThis unique pad Atlas is FREE to ALL POST SUB bymailsnail only and that subscription prlco by carrier or agent Is cents per week beatmA newspaper for tho home 1Time Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Pest With This Pier ASKS US TO PRINT ITT relieve the worst forms of Rljt miatism take a tupoouiful- 1f tfce follovfn mixture alter each meal and at bCdti1JJeii Fluid Extract Dandelion one nslC 9unc Compound Kargo oe ounce Compound Syrup S Sirsaparillsi ovuces These harmless ingieJicnts can be obtained from our home drug ists and are easily mixed by shaking them well in a bottle Relief is geneially felt from the first few doses This prescription states a well authority in a Cleveland morning pteper forces the c iMgged up inactive kidneys o filer an- dstraiJipijiclood tie pouohius waste matter alduric acid which ause Rtunuiatii u As Rheumatism is not only the mos Rai8fyt toftiirou disease butdgngerom fife this simple recipe will no douht be greatlj valued by many sufferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixture to getbis relief It is said that a person who wouldtake this prescription reg ularly a dose or two daily or even PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL JilLII ERR = Mt Yernon Kv iCOUCH CASKETS Lice promptly KRUEGER Pnone Ilanft EVENING Isaac Siielliy I valuable EVENING dally Evening known Ia few times a week would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism Cntthis out and preserve it prescriptionsiindeed and when you need it you want it badly Our druggists here say they will either supply these ingredients or make the nj3 tire ready to take if any of our readtr so prefer Kodol For- Indigestion Guarantee Coupon If after using twothirds of a Jroo bottlo of benefitedandSignthe time of purchase If it fails to satisfy themedicineit and we will refund your money TownState Sign here CutThi- iOutDigestsWhatyoua 5 And Makes the Stomach Sweet C DeWITT co Chicago III VS13ZYH j rii VERNON SlGNAL MT VERNON KY Feb 7 1908 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 1 0 LoutBVLLc B R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pLi 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vrnnn Ky Pcstoce as second clws moil mutt- erPEBSO11AL S wi Davis was in Louisville Monday Mrs J F Griffin has been very thsickAtty John W Brown was in Louisville Wednesday Miss Mat Williams is visiting relatives in Somerset Henry Davis of Wildie has a very sick childI Conn Brown is taking a indays sojourn the south Dr A G Lovell is able to b out after a ten days illness Mrs M B Salin spent a few days this week in Cincinnati Mrs L R Hughes is spendin a few cays with homefclks here Judge L W Bethurum was in Frankfort several days this week John Prewitt the Hazel P lumber dealer was here Saturday E B and Claud Cox are in Louisville buying a line of furniture for the latter Miss Beulah Wallen pt near Stanford is the guest fof Miss Roberta Davis f Mrs Fanny At imp is in Lonisv yule under tre meat Wber btcitb r Dr John W Wiiijajsv Miss Bessie Mijei was reported very sick ytisterdayand it is1 feared she is suffering another attack of pneumonia I The many friends of Dr Red of Crab Orchard wll regret to learnthat his condition is gradually becoming more serious R B Mullins received word a few davs since that his daughter Miss Bessie who is in Colorado is very sick jMrs Richard Early of the Hi tinneighborhood who has been suffer ing from nervous trouble for several mouths is rapidly recove- ing George W Baker has resigned his position with W J Sparksand will go on the road fora Lpuisville Clothing house He was in Louisville Monday to get his samples C A Davis who was hurt last Sunday week by a door on a refregerator car was able to come home Monday Charley shows that he suffered a pretty serious blow Mr and Mrs Ramus who spent several weeks here last year with Mrs Friedrich and Mrs Von Eichen spent from Thursday until Monday with Atty and Mrs C C Williams Nelse Griffin has sold his Ym near Pine Hill to a Mr Grubb Tennessee and has purchased C Pulifub utm iieir Cqawuv Mr Griffin willmove to his new home in a short time F L Thompson Jr left yesterday for Louisville to take a position with the Louisville Gro eery Co Glint as he is known among all tha boys is a spleqdid young man and we certainly hope that he will make good in his new undertaking- r Dr R W Dyche of Mt Ver non was here Saturday to see his brother who was sick with the r measles He was accompanied home by his nephew Russell Flinchum who will make his home and attend school in Mt Veruon London Echo LOCAL The Christiau church and Masonic lodge will go together and put in the FoP Gas Lighting system FOR SALE Rhode Island Red pullets and cockerels Eggs in s son Also Mallard duck eggs in season MR W J EDMISTI6 CrabOrchard TP A small child of John Luuces died at Pine Hill Yesterday The mercury dropped to 4sde grees below zero at Ballston N Y Wednesday The Brown Memorial School is progressing under themost favor ble ciacuuistances Kthva large at tendanceJudge four tttiies and instantly killed by yesterdayi LIIMilLLINSI6 Livingston KyI FOR SALE Thirty shoatf which will average about 60 pounds W M BULLOCK 26 3t Hausford Ky FOR SALE Several dwellings hotl and store room in Living stop Address Affr MRS SuE MDLirNS feb6tf Livingston Ky Hon Willard Mitchell one of e most prominent and popular Democratic politicians in Ken tucky died at his home in Nichol asville Wednesday after a brief illness waynshot by Jude Katcher last week iswsome hope of his recovery exatuningenex PLATING Look up all your old andiPlatinggmade good as new and at less than half thercostpf view ones Miss Willama Hampton Smith band James McDdnald will give a concert at the Brown Memorial School Friday February i4th Tickets will be sold by students from the music department Dr ML M ers will be in Mt Vernon on Saturday Feb 15 to tiQ dental work Those desiring wurkdote wiH find him in his o- ftbnrhflf viRthe R B Mv ji rLLc e d hiVPtJpl s11 ik Ab Sparks is at High Cliff this week tearing down aud loading thf Pdint Davis near No i tunnel There will be two crushers inatailed in this quarry nea No 734and the other a No 4 By reason of the recent poi tat ruling it will be necessary for us to dropfrom our list all subscribersin arrears for as much as a year or more This is Uncle Sams rulingr and riot ours so dont think it only wantrthe paper on you will have to pay up the back subscription or we willjbexoinPcited to cut your name from our list A petition is being prepared which will be signed practically all theT Democratic members of the Legislature which will be presented to Mr Beckham asking him to withdraw as candidate for United States Senator It is believed that Mr Beckham will heed the request and if he doesso it is the intention to hold a caucus and select a candidate Mr Beckhains name wi1 not be allowed to go before the caucus The only hitch is that the Democrats have not yet been able to agree on a candidate Mr ofofbatDlotThe first tough of real winter was hurled SunblkV evening by high winds rain haiL thunder and lightning The wind was a fury andonly abated as the temperature grew colder and colder This has been one of the mildest winters on record and goose bones toad stools and things that predict a tong cold winter have lost their reputation for veracity BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Miss Willaraa Hampton Smith of Louisville certificate pupil of th College of Music and thoroughly recommended by the manager Mr Gauvvort and the secretary Mr Delaney hasbl en engaged for an eighteen weeks term of music the Brown Memorial School Mis Smith has had eight years experi ence and is in every respect the best teacher fiFmustc that has ever come to Mt Vernon Everyone who has any talent should make arrangements at once for this course Lessons begin Monday SateaTERMS Piano 20 oo Violin VoiceKy i 0e050005rrrrasSo05orrooooeeeeeeSSe55e555e5 er505555 AGG698 t se eelceg im ij i tvtt c 0 fa n r t i s lee j Iee- ood e180 ecA is why we handle and thats so many people living in and around Mt weal a ec0- alo i 1 of68tt 000 I HI tilt ic0501 LV Ji F E E lee Jo L l e now im we do ti our are ml A c tlO leoff oJ Look for this Shield on collar SHOE kinds of shoe mending neatly at S W Davis by Dalas 5000 Rods Field fence stock- V E PERKINS Orchard Ky A H Furnish acting for Houk sold the farm near Maretburg to A of Pongo Mr Furnish bought Mr Bradjeys farm Mr Houk will move to Indiana about March1St Mr Bradley will move to Maret burg While not informed as to what Mr Furnish expects to do yet however we take it that if he is successful in his matrimonial pursuit that he will locate on his new posessions Cupid was busy here Sunday and joined two more hearts and hands On last Sunday afternoon at five Mr Brent McCleary led Miss Ethel Depoyster to the bridal altar The ceremony was the beautiful and impressive that the yriter ever had the pleas ure of witnessing and was per in the parlor of the De oyster Hotel Rev A C Dorris of Lewisburg officiated Miss Mabel Welborn first entered as ofhonor attired in a light blue silk mull with shower bouquet of American Beauty roses and ferns Mr AC McCleary of Troy Ky brother of the groom next as best man Th groom then entered in con ventional black with the bride on his arm a vision of in white crepe de chine silk with lace and ribbon She a of cream rose buds and Miss Depoyst r isa sweet heer wedding morning the oldest daugh of S Depoyster of this place She is lovely of face as well as disposition and has many of rmers and a young man of sterling business he is posessed of a frank winning and has mad many here We hope that their journey through life will be one sweet dream of happiness They will be at home to on Green street the 1s of February at Mrs Murry Par sons cottageDullwor Cor Qeeeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii eN S taae toe e 1DO J g to the merits of leeg alri g ways been our desire to sell something different andm something better than our competitors Our big hostiof satisfied customers is indication that we havel willfind+ 0 P sopWelleoeg H That them 1 why Vernon themIHATS SHOES RUBBERS SUIT CASES GLOVES and lots things absolutely 8 R r 1 aWith Suits and Overcoats from until FEBRUARY Come g rright in andsee how Prices on suits no eFthan ee they have beeneeaeQn MENDINGAll done Rule American Crab Elmer tatters MBradley oclock most formed maid entered loveliness carried shower bouquet ferns J friends cashiersqualities disposition friends their friends Q an F Phone 77 ls seeeaa00555eeo oooooooJ H McKinney says he killed two Groundhogs on the 4th Mrs Cleo Brown will move her millinery store to Mrs Boulwares property Dr G H Albright an uncle of the writer underwent a very LexingtonTuesday he was doing fairly well It will be remembered that six or seven years ago Dr Albright who was returning from avisit to a patient about 12 oclock at night at his home in Barboursvjlle happened by The National Bank of John A Black just as a band of robbers were trying to gain entrance he was halted and with more than a half dozen revolvers pointed at him commanded to stand and when they finished their dastardly deed was led inside of the vault and the door securely fastened where he remained for more than six hours When released he was almost suffocated as the Vault was filled with smoke frbto the explosion and the only fresh air he could receive was through a small hole biirsted in the vault door by the axplosion With his mouth close up to this little entrance he waited tor six hours believing all the while that he would never be able to survive until time for the bank to open As he often remarked thee terrible ordeal through which he passed and as the result he has been almost a physical wreck ever since The shock and the deep cold contracted is attributed as partly if not wholly the cause of his present serious condition The present trouble was a mastoid abcess of the middle ear the trouble reaching that stage where the bone had become as a perfect honeycomb and crumbledaway in which condition he could not have lived but a very short time performed Drey says can not sped very encouragingly of his condition as he fears other complications If he can pass over tomorrow Saturday then there is som Barbourstat Lawrtnceburg where he was enjoying a splendid practice FOR SALEMy farm of 200 acres in the Eastern part of the county 130 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good feuce Will sell at bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Wilhers Ky FOR SALE A farm of 50 acres imIprovedHill and Sinks A bargain- J T MEADOWS Feb 6 tf Pine Hill Ky FOR SALE5000 Rods Ameri can field fence specification and price quoted on request Mail orders solicitedW G NICELEY Feb 63t Berea Ky FARM FOR SALEI offer for sale my farm of 103 acres one fourth mile west of Roundstone Station 45 acres in cultivation balance timber Good house and barn and well wintered There is 35 acres bottom land and well set in grass It sold before April 1st will be sold a bargain Address W B SIGMON Wildie K- yLIYINIISTU Edd Quinn and wife ate visiting Mr and Mrs J B HayesMr and Mrs James Neal of Ford revisiting relatives here Goerge Mullins who has been sick for some time we are glad to say is improvingHenry Burton is going to move in the Lechleiter house better known as the Coffey house and the hotel is for rent Mrs Susie Mullins has sold the lot she recently purchased from F L Thompson to H L Delph for i5o John Mullins is out from ia follette visiting friends and rela fives P W Durbin has bought Bul locks barbershop and will run shop here Mr Bullock will lo SusiekHicks still continues very sick Miss Tillie Carter from Nashville Tenn is visiting her uncle J R Carter Lillian = Carter fell and sprained her ankle at skating rink Tuesday night Sbeis gettin lon very well at this tinier IILook for this STAR on the heel ofeery Shoe buyof None Star Brand it without 1OGOGOO80800 a 5 550i t i SALEThe undersigned IPUBLIC loth day of Feb 1908 of the late John Ci Rockcastlejcounty personal property of said John r C Childress deceased whichconsists of horses hogs cattle sheep corn hay house hold goods andother personal effects too numerous to mentionTE1tiISAll purchases of500- or uuder cash in hand Over 500 purchaser will be reguiredLJ to give his note with surety ap proved by the administrator All bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with the above terns b TIP LANGFORD AdmrV I E CLAYTON Watchmakerand Bargains in Second Hand Watches MT VERNON KY Livingston is 6n the long 0 looked for boom There are two new crews here from aris and lots of people looking for houses Mrs Sue Multi is wishing she owned a dozen more houses as she has calls for houses on every side Chas Rice Jr has a new interest in the skating rinkMrs Cora White is Postmistress this week The Christian people reorganized their Christian Endeavorilast Sunday t evening with Brother H D MaGee President l W W Wright Vice President MrsJ R Carter Secretary J R Carter Treasurer Mrs Ada Fishback organist Had i5 active members and 12 social membersH Misses Lizzie l Annie Fish back are going to blat hexing Baptistachurch will take pJiice iJ1ext Sun day evening There are about twentyeight candidates The meeting at the Baptist church closed last Sunday night they had a splendid meeting Tbe Christians built up in their good wOJkBra TenngSunday night Mrs FE Single FOR SALEHouse with two rooms arid about io acres laud north of Mt Vernon 1MARY A BAUOU UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county WireltW A COX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94SS- ingleton is very ickat this waitingJ T Stanley had a st toKe of paralysis arid is very sick Miss Lida Cook is visiting the family of Dr McKee in Flo- rida0Y4 Jf l WHOPOWDER Absolutely Pure 70 only baking powdr- rizdo with Royal Grape Cream of Tmrtxr- Ho Alum Mo Lime Phosphite ZHD dNZVS HOJIII- UdiitpPUI Pat taaciuM t ar 11 J J litOtOtOo OOOOOOO OOOO O 6o- o 9- o Grippe or Influenza whichever you like o to call it is one of the most weakening tf diseases known 0 Scoffs Emulsion which is Cod 4 gLiver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily dietform is the greatest 00known to medical science 9 8Itis so easily digested that it sinks into g making new blood and new fat VI- Qt andstrengthening nerves and muscles 0 Use Scotts mfofon after Influenza 0oInvaluable for Coughs and Colds 0ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 O OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROC KCASTLE TO BUY Drtationay tii arsTokecosf Paints Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A SpeciaFfy SC DAVIS Prop PHNENO 53 MAIN STREET MT YESNON Ii 8DCLC3 t I GRANVILLEOWENSIUNETAER r i IBrodhead Ky N x cX R I I jAll FLORIDA AND 1 NEW ORLEANS VIII QUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE minter TcistTicketsOn Information and list of hotels address I Clot t 0 c KING C P 8 t L11I Main St leslojjton C ET Q II QUICK Schemes of this class have again gullibleinvestbrsMnoceiil business concerns as is Always the case of panics in Wall St iu WlulethIs last lesson is yet fresh in mind it is an opportune moment tio consider causes and means to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin clnniti Enquirer From its columns 6necah readily detect the trend of byvfinal results 4gaui you read quotations of 3onds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of all Business from the retailer to United States Government Also Current News facts andre liable data covering the entire world all sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price 1is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons y ith all the news and cater to wants of in of life xhe WeeklyEnquirer for the ycrt08 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include publfOver tglf the regular Subscription Fates PQ overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in pros perity any 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tedical preparations on cum iission We prepay freight an xpress Write for terms R IcGollom Co Richmond Ky f iEYSJflONiYMIDTAI HTM 881111 PrtYMis PaewHeala i it i t T jf7t t 4 r VALUE OF- NEWSPAPER TRAINING THE EDITOR ANp PUBLISHER A few eats experience in news psper woric is now regarded asa d jirable part of a business mans eq ilpment Newspaper training gives one a better insight into human nature than any other occupation Mor vei t furnishes a liberal education itsIUlSUlt for tt deals with alms st hiIThe young man employedon any well established publication learns how to approach people how 10 get the news under adverse cit cu instances how to write tersely intelligently and graphically about what he sees anc hears hew to vze up important situations and how to get at the bottom of things He leirns that the only way to succeed is to hustle and the beit to promote his own interest a dI those of the paper he represents IS to he honest and just in all that he doesHe is in touch with the bmg life of the worldV He j nterI views men who are making history He listens to the wise utterances of the greatest teachers in science in sociology in art in politic and in religion He gets a broad view of life and learns his own limitations assumingSNational Dank of Chicago paid a deserving tribute to the work of the newspaper pffice as a training for financial responsibility when he said I obtained my training in news paper work That is the best son of raining for any kind of work in mind Newspaper work cgives a man more adaptabillity makes him a good judge of men and gives him the power of think lug andacing quickly and accurately at a moments notice and on his own initiative There is no better training bool than a newspaper office for young men There have been many notable illustrations of Mr Roberts remarks Frank A Vanderlip president of the National City Ban 11 of New York the largest bank in the Unite StallS was once a reporter and then fiuajcial editor I of the Chicago Tribune- In the literature of finance the leading authorities of tht day Horace White and A D Noyes who have written books which are in almost ail important libraries of the world are inen of active newspaper experience It a young man is to become a clergyman a doctor or a lawyer he will find no better course of preparation than to be found in newspaper office blush hs glen said about the temptations of news paper life Prehaps they are more nnineious than those in some other line of work It is certainly no occupation for mollycoddles or weaklings Young men of ability and character need have no fear of the alleged demoralizing effect of journalist work If they cannot k0 through the experiences they are bound to meet in the business and keep themselvts straight they do not have the right kind of stuB in them to make a success in an occupation 0JtTHE JUMPING OFF PLACE Consumption had me In its grasp and I had almost reached jumping off place when I was Itbe to try Dr Kings New and 1 want to say right now it saved mv life Improve ment began with the first bottle and after taking ont d zn bottles I was a well and happy man 01IC As a remedy for coughs and c lrlsand heifer of weak sre la3 pretendrII pntnmt iit Iscvrrv is snrreie foe hi d la Chs C Davis drug store Trial bottle free A relegation of Tobacco men from Louisville arrived in theJpassage w they say will drive the warehouses and manufacturers out of Ken tucy Everything taken into the stomach should be digested fully within a certain time When you feel that your stomach is not in good order that the food you have eaten is not being digested tape a good natural digestant that will do the work the digestive juices stomachdtroubles is Kodol which is guaranteed to give prompt relief Jt is natural digestant it digests what you eat it is pleasant to take and is sold here by Chas CNDavis A h ZJ Why Refer- to Doctors Because we make medicines for them We tell them all PectoralIcoughs colds bronchitis con sumption They trust it Then you can afford to rust it Ask your own doctor The best kind of a testimonlal II Sold for over sixty years K1Made J Ayer Co Lowell Xu IxaanuCttturora of lJers SARSAPARILLAI We have no secrets Vie the formulas of all our publishd CherryPectoral 1 The Midwinter Term Which is the rush term opens January 21 Do you want to he a workin unit in the livliest most ambitious nthuiastic and professional god of teachers stet gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your County Superin tendant now about an appointment to free tuition if you hay not already done so and write t the President of the E K S N S for a catalog telling him wh studies you desire Address R N Roark Richmond Ky SUFFERING DOLLARS SAVEDE Loper of Manila N Y says I am a carpenter and have byBucklynssaved me suffering and iollar It saltskI sOles ulcers lever sores ecxeraa a and piles 25C at Chas C Davis Druggist Col Thomas G Lawler former CommanderinChiefof the G Rt died Monday at Rockford Ill- Mount VernJn MQnumental WORK 1M anufacturer of and DEALER if in Warbles and Granite Monuments of kinds Estimates furmph on application S JY- z f8W81f Iron Fence Cheaper than wood Wilt last a fllghoiUaardjVYorldiFeMUooIilSIM i dv YARl nx ot1P Ai CINCINNATI catsWassad xs ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences GEORGE OWNS Propr W CARSON PAINTER 4ND pApERHANhER WALLPcAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us snake an estimate on work before placing your orderV All Work Guaranteed r GAMEAND FISH Hon R D Hunter Representative in the General Assembly from Clark county has introduced in the Lower House of the Geieral AsI sembly an act for theIIpresena1 tin propagation and protection of game and fishThis hill was prepared by j O Ev chiei rp resentave of the League tt Amen can Sportsmen in Kentucky The act provides for the creation of a State Game and Fish Commits oi of five members to be app jut ed by the Governor for a term r f four years who shrill serve wit boe compensation except necesbarv expenses when in actual service The office of the commission is to be kept in Frankfort a re Un uty of the commission shall be io enforce the laws of the State for the protection nd propagation of game animals game and harmless birds game and fishwith power to seize and dispose ofall game birds game animals and fish taken or killed in violation of the law and all guns seines nets or other instrumentalities used in taking or killing game or fish contrary to IaN There is no more quiet or orderly rendezvous in all Kentuckys many old time hotels ban is to be CangThousand spasYt thoursand and one tales of these modern Arabian Knights There around the stove will be found the charac heinctoo These reflecins are not in foratancr or a knock for the swell hotels for drummers and highfivers It is merely telling the difference in the impressions they make on the wayfarer There are those who come here for busi ness who doubtless feel a relief as they pullout of town for the phce that makes them feel at home homey for as man is at bottom a social animal he must find that place some place or he is indeed an outcast and to be pitiedEx DeWitts Carbolzcd Witch HazeLSalve is best for cuts burns boils brusies arid scratches It is byChasSTRAYEDBlue and white spo tted heier head mostly blue soon be two years old Has been gone since last July Liberal reward for her return or informa tion leading to her recovery J R REAMS Orlando Ky R W DYOHE D NTJSTM- T VERNON KY Office in old brickopposit e 9ulicJi AH W9rk Guaranteed Sati fact ry Crown and Bridge Vori a Specialty MarbleeWork BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT MYERSIM L Dentist in East Chestnut Street Louisville Kv aI Will be in Ml Vernon once month until May C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT it OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 C MeCLAR Y UndertakerEmbalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders 1edpStanford Ky F r LL l t 16 ywnwwnb A eglaa6lePreparatlonforAs- sintilatinb fheFocil andilegula 1in11ha StlilfachS 0f litPromotes r stonChnerful tOpiumllochutc NOTIiARc TIC h vcOUIJrSJl llEPITCJEn ftmku SeeI- 1lzScj a flaeAelGrSarr Dise ill lfucawl d7iJDrnkrq r Ape ecl Remedy StorachDiarrhocaWormsConvulstonsFeverish ness anti Loss OF SLE1PF- acSimilo Si nature of NEW YORKM I tIEXACT COpy Of WRAPPER 1 CASTIRIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I f of Jt1l ufUseFH Over ThirtY Years CAITO CtTru ruw W 1 t 3E r tThers Go to Carmicals foryFresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts PrunesQorated Pairs Ice Cream Tell 0 Baked Beans Beefsteakand Meats ofall fi kinds All goods delivered in town When 11want groceries call Phone t 561iW H CARMICAL a Next door to Bank oi Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky cJrDtc cD34 I JONAS McKENZfE 9 You eant afford to miss the old reliable Store j i for your SPRING and SUMMER Dry Goods Staple and Fancy Notions 1 ff i scientiouslyggsalerecommend to our customers Call and see us when in need ofanything in our line Phone No 93 JONAS McKENZIE Growing Girls medicineespeciallymothers tender care and words of caution will often accomplish wonders As for medicine a isWinethefunctionsthe constitution IthasneverdogirlsmdmmAt every druggists in 100 bottles Try it LWINEOf RIA CARDUlr I