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Published Every Friday H I VOLUME XXI MT VERNON KOOKjCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEE 14 NUMBER 21 Ih L 4 T l I jV 9P 4 y lit TALE j AND IfDont forget your cash I as these are cash prices rI For the next 30 days I wil sell all 10 cent articles at 7 cts i 25L i IQ cts 50 r 39 cts I i 100 ll 7Q cts Sfei 50H u 48iio S t MENSV t3oo4Suitsi k Suits worth 1200 now 9O0 i Suits worth 8 no now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 t YOUTHS Suits worth 550 nom 400 I CHILDRENS5- H iSuits from 80 cents to 2 I Boys Corduroy pants were I5O cents now 39 cents J w Prices On Shoes the same as other goods Come while Ithey last J GashJI f I A lot of Ladies Skirts were I 3to 4 now i5o toz50 i la great bargain I RUBBERS i A fine lot of new Rubbers fresh from the factory at cut prices In fact everything is egularipnce1 M A lot of L1ri liunarCarpetand RugsT y QO M ElOIVt GTJOHNSON O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky lif ll l t h l oanf trUoI iDnlI 190 tilt 0 D HEAD Horace Beitou of Lebanon Junction is at hime laidup wit- hgripBen Pike has returned from a tendays trip through Central Ke ntuckyVtcr Miller his returned to Lebanon Junction rfte spending per rat days with his lam ily hereV A tarpon is pu tirg the finishing touch Join Rob new drug store ann he will b domiciled in it in about ten Aunt Judith Chesnut is vision g lerson Jopp McCallat Maret urgOban Owens is very sick of- pnenmoniaO A Frith is numbered amongour sick this week fromReva A fifteen Pike hasjust returned days trip through Central Kentucky touching Lexington Paris Winchester and Berry in Harrison county JAt the latter place he preached series of sermons after which he was Baptistfrc o per year for one Sunday in call moiith On his return home he preached tryJenk ins at Livingston Tuesday a m at 1030 Miss Maude Watson had a very severe attack of bronchitis Miley Hawkins is visiting his homefolks at Lebanon Junction Orvil Schaf er aged about 26 years son of W waTs killed at Dossett Tenn by a freight train running over him and severing his body just above the He was peacefully laid to wrest amid a large crowd ofsorrow ing relatives and friends at the Baptist church burying ground He leaves a wife and two children to mourn their lossAunt Jane W ood aid as she was familiarly called parsed into the great beyond at 330 a m Wednesday morning at the home of herQdaugh ter Mrs Harry Hilton She was 89 years of age and had been bedfast for two years She was a goo Christian woman having Prolesse d religion many years ago and placed her membership with the Baptist church All who knew her say she was one of the best and greatest women ever in this county Her husband uncle Dock whois eight years her junior i still living and is very hale an hearty And our pra ers are to give him strength to overcome this dark hour of trouble Besides her husband she leaves two daughters both residents of the town w are Mrs Susie B Cherry and Mrs Harry Hilton She was laid to rest at 1030 a m Thursday morning amid a large crowdof sorrowful fre Cs and relatives All the bereaved ones have our heartfelt sympathy in their dark honr of de spairMr J C McClary of Stanford and Medames Albrig and Brown of Mt Vernon a tep ed the funeral of Mrs Jane Wood R Cass and son were 3Stanford MondayJ W Hutch esou has returned from a three days business trip to Frank fo Robert G Vilmott of Nepton spent Sunday with homefolks Jopp Albright was mingliug with old friends here SundayW H Krueger was down from Mt Ver giSundayNhGLEDIID LULuB THREATEN LIFE FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE Dont trifle with a cold ttisgood advice for prudent and women It may be vital menthe case ot a child Proper food good veil tilation and dry warm clothing are ihi proper safeguards against colds If they are maintain through the changeable weather of autumn winter and spring the chances of a surprise from ordin colds will be slight But ordinary light cold will beco severe if neglected andaestablished ripe cold is to the germs of diphtheria what honey is to the bee The greatest menace to child life at this season of the year is the neglected cold Whether it is a child or adult the cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted is to RemedyItpopularity and immense sale of this preparation has been attained bj its remarkable cures of this ail went A cold never results in pneumonia when it is given For sale by Chas C Davis r erpc aABeare the Signature ef AI 4 MT VERNONS MARVELOUS IMPROVEMENT AS SEEN BY AN APPRECIATIVE VISITOR Mf Vernon Ky Feb 12 1908 EDITOR MT VxKNON SIGNAL SirI of this letter has peculiar fondness for looking back iaechanges that have so benificially affected our civilization worldIyears ago if thought ofat- understood all were so ilnper- mechanicsfectly and appliances in such an imperftct stage of construction that what now has been achieved was thtn regarded asvisionan oral impracticable Now however we have come to believe that the impracticable becomes no longer impossible Mt Vernon has certainly apace in many ways that have added to her general prosperity an has added culture and comfort t the inhabitants of our neighboring county seat ceIa the secret of success in any com munity is the interest manifested here in education It is especially encouraging to note the facilities afforded by Brown Memorial buildingdevote to a more thorough gradedcourse ot elementary as well as a higher course of intellectual and moral training than the state has hither to been able to furnishand which the town itself might feel unable to do Yet the building is here the equipment and facilities uptodate and judging from the personel of the corps of teachers employed it is worth while for the community to consider its advantages foFthe purpose set forth s dThe writer through the of the estimable lady principal the pleasure of going gairtdormitory a part of the outfit and seeing the and neatness visible from to cellar and was informed by Miss Taylor that all the work was thedThis description would be incomplete without mentioning the up todate plumbing apparatus for meanshoand bath room with Jill ot the modern appliances for keeping clean p1aceIGodliness There are other evidences of the interest felt in education shown tohtasdsjstant Miss McKenzie at the pub intic school building where the writer came in touch with the advanced class in physiology in their review rtwork on the Senses c This is not all for Miss in another part of the town is conducting an enthusiastic private school patronized by stillother people of the town It would be needless to dwell ori the commercial enterprizes in the town and adjacent country such as uptodate business houses con taining elegant stocks of seasonable goods presumably to DC had at cut rates clearance sales or some other evidence of panic prices Whether the panic is due toedthe panic must be left to customer and merchant respectively Noth praisetheomemetwetandhopes to meet often again espe dally the latter Tie would fail to speak of the courtesy of the proprietor or the the excellence and variety of tli menu of Hotel Miller where the writer lived breathed lodgedand durinhadg hisstay in the city Cant speak definitely of ail th wonders of the town suchas its ob1jectstviiterrand s not sufficiently informed better keep silent bn moat tees of whichhe has no accurate knowledge f Established x33 yt 1 Cr i LADIES JACKETS v tBIyVNu before youbuy eleiewhere J rt i OVERCOATS r 4 v A famous faultless brand from 4 to 10 The best in the land 1U J surrs Ii is ffanyt0y t i A SHOES if The WALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear aud style i RUBBERSdCyclone Rubbers aqd Felt Boots i Phone 87i i j4r ir k b i F tI y KRBE6ER15 5oN t Mi Vernon Kentucky yt 3 3 i I AT COST lfilI have about 100 pairs of the best Clothingandto eliminate these from lines Eton business CALICOES fit5andiI also have a large assortment of calicoes 6 cent perYard If ypayRR ASHER STREETs3 4IHe would liko to say something about the Mr VERNON SIGNAL evidently a silent partner of he of the Dick Stick and vet the feeling grows that the SiG- NAL is signally competent to Toot its own horn better than Yours truly VlSJTOR Nightriders went to Fredonia in Caldwell county last night and after cutting the telephone wires and leaving a guard proceeded to View six miles away where they andfware The loss is estimated at 10000 with 15000 insurance ThirtySive thousand pounds of tobec a was burned Backner Duakerson poundes was to wads ands his tenants SUFFEReERSThe quick relief from afforded by applying Cbamberlai s Pain Balm makes it a favorite with ticalame Forsale 1887 LANGFORD Uncle Anderson Proctor is improving after 3 weeks confinement to his bed Marvel Coffey has greatly improved and the com munitvis much helped up over his recoveryThe Coffey Brothers 1SuckeyeI W T Sharp has moved to Langford in the house vacated bYI Elmer Coffey the property of W H Baker He will work for the Kentucky Free Stone Co this season Taylor Clark family have been very sick for the past week Mrs WH Bakrbas been on daysTotalClyde e rheumatism D I Carter general FreeStoneby ditching nnddreaning his lowland Lee Proctor is still doing business roc Kentucky Free Stone Company W H Baker o Langfordlfme chant is doing a go0 business S Fuquapassed throw here Monday and the creek being past fording he was compelled t walk across the R RL bridge an have his forge sent a cross to himv Ta The horse landed allrightMrs James Reynolds is reported better at thiswritingMrs W T Davis t1 and daughter Emma visited her grandfather Mr A G Proctor SaturdayRichard Pro cl o r s family has just recovered from a bad seige ofmeasles W G Johnson of Cove was in this place Monday on business W H Baker went to Mt Vernon Saturday on business J H Coffey the saw mill man at this place got a toe mashed by an anvil droping on it But you know Jim he kept hopping and sawing i Alfred Leger is going to move on his fathers place which is known as the Dooley pIaceI H Leger is haAing his big bottom cleared upMrs Lucy Kelly is very feebleJohn Proctor of Burgin went home Saturday after spending andiBYICHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY Mrs John Englehardt of Gera Mich tells of the anxious moments spent over her little two yearold daughter who had taken a hard cold resulting in croup She sayscc I am satisfied that if it had CoughRemedys1te death I give this medicine every ten minutes and she soon began to throw up the phlegm Icanrecommend it in the highest terms as I have another child that was byChasThe session of the National House of Representatives Friday was devoted almost entirely to the consideration of the Omnibus War Claim bill which was passed after considerable discussion Itcarries a total appropriation of 3 15 000 CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A FAVORITE CoughRemedyhchildrensays Mr L J Wopd = Bury of Twining Mich It ha also done the work for us in lardri ocolds croup and we talce dPhasure ir recommeqdnglif Fpr safe by ItMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 14 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBglGHT IvuCR1noN ONEYEAR IOOi Advc Using rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A SSQCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce FHLIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac itjon of the Republican party Let Beech Hargis go where he will never more be a menace to society The town ofJackson and Preathitt county and the country at large will rejoiCe when they Know that this depraved being who wilfully and deliberately took the life of his own father is no longer to be a stumbling block in the progress of advancement and civiliza tion PQWPICS AND POLITICIAN Every Republican member of the West Virginia Legislature has joined the Taft Club which was organized this week at Charles tpwnThe Fairbanks men at Frankfort claim that a poll of the Republican members of the Legislature shows a mBjority of twentyone in favor pf the Vice fresident as the Re publican nominee for President Bennett D Bell of Sumner county Judge of the ninth cir cuit was Friday flight appointed by Patterson to be Associate Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court succeeding John S Wilks deceas edThe Democratic Congressional Committee will meet in Washing ton Monday night to elect a chair man who will have charge of the campaign in the congressional districts There are several can didates The supporters of former Gov W O Bradley are claiming that he will certainly be elected United States Senator Only twentyone votes were cnst at Saturdays joint session The vote stood Beckham J4 Bradley NoelGov sent a message to the Mississippi Legislature suggesting the enactment of a two cent mile age law with a provison that the Railroad Commission may increaseI the rate if it is shown twocent fare is unprofitable The committee having in charge the deifiils for quartering and entertaining the delegates during the Democratic national convention at Denver in July announces that there willbe no excessive charges permitted for hotel and other accomodatious A resolution indors rug William J Bryan was Monday unanimously adopted by the Iowa Democratic State Central Committee and notice of its adoption sent by wire to Mr Bryan The committee determin ed upon March 26 as the date of the State Convention to select National delegates Frank H Hitchcock First Assistant Postmaster General in a few days will retire from the postal service to undertake the manage merit of the presidential campaign of Secretary Taft Mr Hitchcock willhe succeeded First Assistant Postmaster General by Charles P Grandfield chief clerk in the office of the First Assi tant AN ACT QUALIFYING WOMEN TO VOTE AT ANY COMMON SCHOOL ELECTION AND TO HOLD ANY COM MON SCHOOL OFFICE Be it enacted by the general assembly of the commonwealth of Kentucky Section i That possessing the qua lfiIquisite to a male voter in common school elections and who in ad dition may be able to read and write is hereby declared qualified to vote at an election held for the purpose of choosing any measures relating to schools or upon any measures relating to schools and any woman posessing the jaI qualifications required for malji is hereby declared to be eh Ib to hold any office pertaining 10 the management of schools nw exisfc ing or that may hereafter be created by anyact of the General Assembly of thi Co n ua iweikb of Kentucky Section 2 In all places where Ia registration of the qualified voters is now or m lY hereafter bi re quired women who are by this Act qualified to vote shall be regis paceIsame manner as regisfra ion however being made in a separate book and all books and all he provisions of law re lstingto the registration of male voters are hereby mide applctble to the registration of women qual ified to vote by this ActISection 3 All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith are repealed BEE LICK Rev J L Davis filled his regu lar appointment at Providence last SundayPleas Brown spent Saturday night with his cousin Melvin OwensMrs Ramsey is numbered among the sickMrs Mary E Bown spent Sunday with her father Mr Martin Owens who is not expected to live but a short timeMrs Babe Brown has been very sick but is better at this time Mrs Coleman and daughter of Cincinnati are at the bedside of her son Mr James who is not expect ed to live Aunt Louisa Reynolds remains about the same Josh Brown is on the sick listJas Reynolds our hustling merchant is doing a good bu sinessMisses Nettie Rogers and Maudie Thompson spent Sunday with their grand mother Mrs Mary Brown FEW HERE KNOW THIS When aneminent authority an nounced in the Scranton PaJ Times that he had foqnd a new way ao treat that dread disease Rhematism with just common everday drugs found in any drug the physicans were slow indeed to attach much importance tp his claims This was only 3 few months ago oay nearly ever newspaper in the country event e metropolitan dailies is an nouncing it and the splendid re suIts achieved It is so simple that any one can prepare it at hqnqe at small cost It is made up as follows Get fromany good preseripiion pharmacy Fluid Ex tract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Jargon one ouuce Compound Syrup Sarsaparill three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottleand ta ke in teaspoon doses after each mealand at bedtime These are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the promptlyfilteruric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints arid muscles causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invjgorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and backache He also warns people in a leading New York paper against the dis criminete use of many patent mediciues At times when you dont feel just right when you have a good stomach take something right away that will assist digestion not something that will stimulate fora time but something that will positively do the very work that she stomacbe performs under ordinary and normal conditions something that will make the food digest To do this you must take a natural digestant like Kodol For Dvspipsia Kodol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural digestants and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach Each dose will digest goodfuudrelief it digests wbot you eat and is pleasant to take Sold by Chas C DavisNoTlcaI have on hand at all theIjheat 2 6o per hundred shipstuff i 40 per hundred delivered any where in Jan 173t townIPhone 67 OTORJABNfI tI- elipw 1 A Kid fine BoqM 1 NEWS ITEMS Bank exchanges the first of February shows little improvement over preceding weeks the total for all leading cities in the United States being 2 J 308300409 3 iJ cOJre5PondIing The jury in the case of Charles Bronston charged with shooting at Col W R Milward in Lexington wete unable to agree anc were discharged The first vote wasten ta two for acquital and the last vote was ten to two for a 50 fine It is highly probable that the treaty of 1948 between the United States and Mexico fixing the boundary line along the Rio Grande will be abroga ted and another cue signed and ratified as a result f negotiations which are nowin progress Former United States District Attorney John H Hall indicted for conspiracy with theButte Creek Land Live Stock and Lumber Company to maintain an alleged illegal fence with inclosed 2oo 0 acres of pbblic land was four d guilty Saturday at Portland Ore The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks the pst week shows that the banks hold 29932170 more than the re quiremauta of the 25 per cent re serve rule This is a decrease ol 10694 00 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the prevsous week Elbin Newby a lunbeiman shot and killed his wife and then com mitted suicide at Valley View Ky Mrs Newby had been up all nigh with a sick child and Newby b supposed to have killed her because breakfat was not ready when he came home Helpless neigh bors across the river saw Newb k ill the woman and drag her bod to the house where later the found the body of Newby and a frezing and dying child e Bert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken low doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for inc more than any other medicine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to ReWittV Kidney and Bladder pills They are sold by Chris C Davis The Republican primaries it Ohio Tuesday were ql qf a kind Secretary Taft making a clear sweep of the delegates chnsen Mr Tofts manager Arthur Yory wave out a statement last night saying that the State Coavantion would be unanimous The last hope of the Foraker element vanished Tuesday when the Ohio Supreme court declared that tl t Rodway Cqmqjittee of Cuihoi county which is controlled by the Taft people was the valid organization in that county DeWitts CarbolSjEeq1 Witch Hazel Salve is best for cuts burns boils brusies and scratches It is especially good for piles Sold by Chas C Dav- isKeep Your OpenItany doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the inkeepinghealthPeople somethingtobe a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but asyrup liquid that will dil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given astrong physic as it weakens the system And It therelieUsslmply beforeWhatPepsinPeople everyyearSInconstipationtrouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach illsthatguaranteed A bottle costs but cents or and is worth a hundred times that to any sufferer houseforemergeneiestime or other by every member of the family superintendenthas kept her charges in perfect healthby the use of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin whenever a stom ach complaint was brought to her attention No bottleyourselfmanent results liners wishing to try Dr buylegaddressing the This to remedy as we claim and to thoseI taken II Send for It any symptoms of stomach or disease Gentlest yet most for rooucttearsTHEPUBUC PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caltiwttl IIdgMeaUnlls III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by Chas 0 Davis J i THE CENTRAL POINT Localf Option Measure the Pivot on Which All Other Legis 4 jation Depends IN STRUGGLE TO THE DEATH The Senatorial Contest and the Liquor Bill Cannot Abide Together in the Halls of Legislation and One Must Succumb to the Other Tis Said in Informed Circles Frankfort Ky Feb iLTo an un biased spectator it looks very much like the senatorial race and the county unit local option bill have come to gether in a struggle to the death In other words If the bill passes the legislature the chances are that the senatorial deadlock will not be broken If the bill is defeated it may mean that someone will be elected senator Everything is now being made sub servient to the local option measure It is the sun around which all the IiWILLIAM BRADLEY smaller planets are revolving With out discussing the political features of the situation there is no harm in telling the pram l facts as to how the matter stands The test votes taken in the house show that a large major ity of the Democrats are for the bill and a large majority of the Republi cans are against it It is freely asserted that Governor Beckhams friends are working hard to have the bill pass ed and that Governor Bradleys friends are working just as hard to defeat it It is practically conceded that a United States senator will not be elected until the county unit bill is disposed of one way or the other for the reason that the few legislators that are will ing to sacrifice everything to help the whisky interests will not change their votes in the senatoria race until the fate of the county unit measure is set tied It believed here that if tIre senatorial race was out of the way this legislature would pass a most stringent temperance law and provide for a vote by the people on an amend ment to the constitution so that a vote on state prohibition might be had three years from now It is a pretty- fightand the result is iq dou- bteat Senator Newman of Woodford county says that much dishonesty has grown up in the matter of giving shortS weights in packages or sacks of and meal He Introduced a bill in the senate some days ago to prevent this fraudulent practice and the senate passed it almost unanimously The bill provides that every package or sack of flour or meal shall have the correct weight of the package or sack printed on it in letters and figures large enough tff be easily read and a penalty is fixed for the violation of e provisions of the law It was stated in the debate on the bill that in many instances a sack of flour or meal pur porting to contain twentyfour pounds really contained but nineteen yet the purchaser paid for twentyfour pounds Every housekeeper in the state who looks after her everyday purchases will be interested in this bill and thank the senator from Woodford for protecting them in this matter ccc It is the general belief that too few legal hangings have been had in Ken tucky in the past twenty years but if a bill that is now before the legisla ture becomes a law there will never be another legal hanging in the state In other words hanging is to be abol ished and all criminals condemned to death will hereafter be electrocuted as they are In New York and other states The bill which was introduced by Senator McNutt of Louisville provides thatal1crIminals condemned to df ath shall be electrocuted in the peniten tiary at Frankfort and does away with public executions only a limited number of persons being permitted to witness the electrocution This bill has already passed the senate and wit likely pass the house without much opposition a The same old bill to prohibit the playing of baseball on Sunday has been introduced this session and seems in a fair way to pass This same bill has been introduced at every session for many years but has al ways met with defeat The house com mittee having the bill in charge has agreed to report It favorably with an amendment which exempts cities of the first second third and fourth classes from its provisions This thetCREEPING OPEN HOUSE Ever boa v is welcome when we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working prop erly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling gocd wnen he sells these pilht25C at Chas C Davis drug store t ci f can furnish ample police protection at all games on Sunday and prevent any disorder or disturbance a A fight is to be made to have the express companies telegraph and tele phone companies under the control of the state railroad commission and put them on the same footing as railroad companies as far as regulating rates is concerned A bill of a similar character was introduced last session ap to express companies but for some rea son it was smothered although its author Senator George made a desperate effort to get it voted on There has been much complaint as to the high and arbitrary rates charged by express companies for years and ac cording to the general expression of opinion the rates are getting higher and the companies less considerate of the rights of the public every year a The fight in the present legislatureato secure money with firstclass public roads In every coun tBosworthWyatted the senate This bill provides for taking a vote of the people on the question of amending the constitution so that state aid may be given to the counties for road purposes and further provide that any county may take a vote of the people as to levying a spe cial road tax which shall not in any instance exceed 5 per cent of the tax able value of all the property in the county The mountain counties are especially interested in this proposi tion and if given the opportunity will vote almost solidly for such an amend ment to the constitution Some of the senators were afraid the counties might vote too large a debt on them selves and then have to repudiate it as has been done as to the railroad debts in several counties in revent years but twentyseven senators voted for the bill while only eight voted against it The few counties in the state that have good roads and have had them for many years do not ap preciate or understand the difficulties encountered in traveling over counties that have nothing but mud roads but public sentiment is aroused on this question and It is almost a certainty that the BosworthWyatt bill will pass and that tl e proposed amendment to the constitution will be voted by the people at the netx election a Ther seems to be no end to the new bills introduced and strange to say the best and most important bills seem to be coming in late During the past week the following important ones have been introduced An act providing for the security of depositors in banks and creating a bank depositors indemnity fund and providing regulations therefor Act providing for a twocent per mile fare for passengers on all railroads in this state Act appropriating 100000 for the erection of buildings on the state fair grounds Act to prohibit betting on horse races on any racetrack in this state and an act to repeal the law creating the state racing commission Act to abolish the present board of prison commissioners and creating a new board of four members to be ap pointed by the governor two members from each political party Act creating a stateboard of bank examiners to consist of four mejnbera two from each political party to bei appointed by the governor Act providing that the state board of control shall contain four members instead of three and two of them shall be selected by the governor from each political party The bill does not pro pose to disturb the present members of the board which has two Demo crats and one Republican on it but provides that one more Republican shall be appointed on it at once and the board shall hereafter consist of two Republicans and two Democrats Act to prohibit the operation of bucket shops and to prevent spec ulation in margins and futures Act providing that where a regular circuit judge cannot sit in any case another regularly elected circuit judge shall try the case and the judge to try it shall be selected by the court of ap peals Act providing that insurance com panies shall pay a tax to the state of 4 on every 100 in premiums col lected In Kentucky The state now collects 2 on every 100 worth of pre miums a a a Somebody started a story that the state had been paying out too much money for the examination of insur ance companies in the past few yearn and the rumor went so far that the senate passed a resolution asking the new insurance commissioner to report to the senate just how much these ex aminations had cost the state in the past twelve years this period including the past four years when so many insurance company scandals in New York had to be investigated The com missioners report showed that for the past twelve years the amount paid to special examiners and their expenses amounted to about 23000 and of this amount about 18000 had been paid out in the last four years but the in surance companies themselves paid all this expense and in reality it cost the state nothing The state Insurance bureau has been an adjunct of the state auditors office since its establishment nearly forty years ago and the auditor appoints the insurance com missioner but a bill has been intro duced in this legislature providing that It shall hereafter be a separate department and that the senate shall elect the commissioner JOHN H STUART CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always sought IlpatureofrL Use DeWitts Litte Early Risers pleasant little pills They are easy to take Sold by Chas C Davis cJI FUrniturelr The longfelt want for an uptodate fur niture store in Mt Vernon has at last been relievedand hereafter you will find us in the old brick opposite the Courthouse showing line of furniture unexcelled in any small own in Kentucky A FEW PRICESBedroom Suitsfrom 1500 to 7500 Folding Beds from tflnOOtn 50 00 CHAIRS We have them at any price you want Rockers from 150 to 1000 Willow Rockers 3 50 and up Book CaseSj Desks Chiffoniers Hat Racks Cen ter and Dining TulJlea to suit nIlat reasonable prices CARPETS Our place you will find headquarters for Carpets Mattings and Rugs Examine our line before you purchase CiCCOXOpposite Mt Vernon Kentucky a 0 f Great Reduction 1m ItUlJi IIUndelweal produce J Yours I iASCHIATTw 1 HIATT KENTUCKYw rConvenience of the Savings Account iMany persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid f ed As an investment you can compute the net returns a cuaS rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are W idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or theIentire amount atany time With a determination to save you n are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the u bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts Jf regularyou will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY tttt11t1t1tttt1tttJlt1ttt1ttt1tti1 tltttt11ttt11t1 fiT VERNON DflMET CD 1 PRACTICAb UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AND = 2 EMBALMERS = Mt Vernon Ky =3 E COUCH METALIC CASKETS E Coffins and Robes E Lice ed Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3work for the company = EOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points rs = A B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 Pione kUiUiUiUUUUUtUUUtUUlUiMiUUiUUUUiUUUUUUUIC JJ 1MI VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY Feb 14 L908 Call up 4No 79 whenyou want to Corn muni cote with SIGNAL 791 JW 4 LouiavLLC 4 R R CotTIME TABLE 22 north 12 pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south rr 124 p m 21 South 12zh am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondelites mail matter PERSO AL Dallas Rule spent Sunday with fiomefolks at Liberty- J T Chewing was up from Livingston Tuesday Attorney U C Williams at tended Court at London Charlie McKenzie was in Crab Orchard a few hours Monday- R L Collier the pole and spoke man was here first of the week Mrs Alva Maret of Wildie was visiting her daughter Mrs 1 Fish M i ss Lettte Caldwell of London is the guest of Mrs G M Ballard Big Jim Hayes was over from the Round Stone country Monday iV Dr Ramsey of Danville was a visitor at the Brown Memorial this weekDr R W Dche and W H Fish were in Stanford first of the weekEdgar Mullins has resigned h is position with the Falls City Hat CoMiss Uta Hutcheson of Owenton is the guest of her sister Mrs M B SalinMr W Vaiwiucle of Rich mood has ben in Me Vernon hr several days Larry Welch writes from Sotts ville that he is having a most da light ful visit Miss Mary Houlc will go to Indiana to make her home with her brother Elm er Earnest Smith who got his leg broken on Xmas eve day is able to be out on his crutches The two sons of Mr and Mrs W A Carson ot Maretburg were reported very sick first of week Mrs Nannie C Albright went to Brodhead Wednesday to visit relatives and attend the burialof Mrs Woodyard John Jones has made a model of his invention a timber measuring apparatus for finding number of feet in a standing tree Mr R E Thompson daughter Miss Lillie and son Bragg came up from Crab Orchard Friday to visit Mrs W M Poynter Mr and Mrs Lee Webb and Ray Bently of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs R A Sparks several days this week Mrs J W Brown and mother Mrs Conn attended the burial of Mrs Woodyard at Brodhead and are the guest of Mrs J Thos CherryDr H Albaight who under went an operation at Lexington last week is doing very nicely and it is now believed that he will re cnrerMrs Betsy Wallan who has heart dropsy is in a very serious condition and has not been able to lie down for several weeks She is close to 80 years old Mrs RB Mullins has returned hem Fountain Head Tennessee Her mother Mrs House who is suffering what she believes to be a cancer was slightly improved Esmer Towery oldest son of Mr and Mrs A C Towery of Berea left for Texas the ninth and if he likes the country will lookout a location for his father Mts Nannie Harp left Tuesday for California where she will join her husband l H Harp She was accompanied as far as Louisville by her sister Mrs Kitty SmithElmer Houk received a telegram Wednesday from Jametown Ind that his farm is ready for him to take possession and to come at once He will leave by the first of pext month George Fredericks who shot himself through the wrist several weeks ago fracturing the bones in such away that it was necessary to remove part of one of the bones isexperiencing considerable dffi culty in getting the wound to heal Properly D C Pullins was over from Conway Saturday He has de cided to locate af Berea for the presentMrs Della Rowze will leave first ofnext week for Juce Casey county to accept a position in the store of V J Wesley Mrs Cleo W Brown has gone to Louisville and Cincinnati to be gone two weeks getting the latest ideas in spring millinery Jack McCall spent a short while here with relatives last of last week Jack looks the picture of health and we are gad to know is pros poling in his Tennesse home LOCAL If you want to trade that red roan or blue cow to a new buggy Hugh is the man to see SHOE MENDING All kinds of shoe mending neatly done at S W Davis by Dalas Rule T D Mullins has received a check in full settlement of the in surance on his property which was destroyed by fire about three weeks ago If you dont know Hugh when you are here just stand aiound a while and directly you will hear a man talking about Buggies thats Hugh Mrs Cleo Brown has moved her millinery shop to Mrs Bulwares oppositePost offiice wHere she hopes to greet all her oldcustomers and meet many new ones D B Chandler and Wix Dillion are now weighing mail between Louisville and Norton This is under a special ruling of the Post office department and willcontinue for 105 days L T Welch the handle mar says the instructions received by him from headquarters would in dicate that there will be but little doing in the handle business for sometime Mrs Lou Boulware is having the East wing of her residence ex tended out even with the sidewalk with a door opening on the street This room will be occupied by Mrs Cleo Brown with her millinery store Word reached here first of the weekof the death of Prof F J Bevington on Jan 27th at the home of his sisterin law at Indianapolis The report was circulated here several months ago that he was dead but this time it is authentic Circuit Clerk J F Griffiu h s just completed the recapitulation sheet of all taxable property in the county both real and personal which amount is i48j6o6oo Number of polls 2687 Dogs 980 This is a decrease in the dog list over last year of exactly 600 Mr D N Williams says he has been informed that certain parties whose property was rais ed by the Board of Supervisors are blaming ing him for the raise Mr Wil Hams requests us to say that he was only clerk of the Board and had not a thing to do with any raise that was made except to fill out the notice blank George Settle aged about thirty and married a lawyer of Berea was sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years for an alleged charge of having intimate relations with a girl ender sixteen years of age Settles was arrested in the summer of 1907 on a warrant sworn out by Miss Drucilla Moberly We call attention to the furni ture advertisement of C C Cox found in this issue Mt Vernon has long since felt the need of a firstclass upto date furniture store where the best as well as the cheapest grades could be found Mr Cox says that he proposes to be able to meet the demands of the public it matters not how large or hew small the bill Examine his line in old brick opposite court house Read his large ad found on second page The people of the Eastern side of the county are certainly entitled to a bride across Roundstone at Or lando and while the county may not be in a position to build such a bridge as has been spoken of sev eral times yet we do believe it can well afford to build one similar to the one across Roundstoue at Livingston Many of the fords along this creek are so deep that with the least rise in the creek are past fording on horse and to those unacquainted are very dangerous We hope to see some favorable step taken by the Fiscal Court to supply this almost absolute necessity iiiiIese-eeee oeooeeeeeeereeeeo 80csec9aQc WEPOINT manyeother merchant supply ways been desire seseesomething better than competitors Our host satisfied customers indication have willem the newest best In town Ge A reV i Ci Shield Brand Clothes i 4e C BK Well Well I se J V Vua That is why we handle them and thats why so people living in and around Mt wear them Itsct S HATS SHOES RUBBERS CASES GLOVES of tbingsnabsolutdy I e lic FREE giiWith Suits Overcoats from now until FEBRU ARY itk Come iig g ia aridsee how we do ti Prices on our suits are no higher than seal mithey have been us show how to save im oe oGlS e Look for this Shield on collar ytJV oe9 c0HIEiD010e cOQ 011OQQ B A 08i oell off a eeeeooeeeeeoe ee The L N will sell tickets to Winchester Feb 20 to 22 limited to 25th for 201 round trip ac count of Biennial State Convention Y M C A Its no trouble to find ms when in town I hive the largest offie and consultation room in town its located all over Main St i11 cluding Old Main St HUGH Just received another lot of new Fisher Buggies can make you happy if you will only call and examnine my line of Open Bug gies Top Buggies and Double Rigs HUGH MILLER Harry Jenkins L N brake man died at the Miller house at 8 oclock Sunday evening as a re sult of injuries received atPtne Hill at ni5 m Sunday Mr Jenkins was from the caboose to a box car when his hold gave way and he fell between the cars the caboose passing over him cutting his right leg offabove the knee and his left leg below the Knee Drs I vell Baughand Southard were notified and as quickly as the engine with only the cabose could mata ib run the wounded man was brought to Mt Vernon where all medical aid to save him was administered but the shock loss of blood and the ordeal neceSsary in the amputation of both limbs was too great al though he was a man of great constitution vitality and will power His remains were taken to Living ston on the 1220 train Monday morning and peacefully to rest in the Livingston cemetery Monday afternoon Mr Jenkins whose home was at Ky had been in the employee of the company for a long time being car repairer and later inspector in the Livingston yards several years before the terminal was moved to Corbin When the change of the terminal was made Mr Jenkins went to breaking which position had since held to the entire satis faction of his superiors Besides an aged father and mother he leaves wife who was Miss Nora Hayes and one baby Mr Jenkins bid many friends both in and out of railroad circles who regret very much the untimely death of such a splendid young man3 II t i eeeeoseeee eao oe ee c c sa 0 e to the merits of the in town can you It has al 5g our to our big ig of is an that we I find ando o e s e 0 Fits and Wearsoe V many Vernon eo 7 SUIT and lots 0 ee 0 and o right So Let you moneye e ee e 2 e e lG eeeeoomeoeooecoaeeeoeoeooo e a crossing Graefenburg a o 0 0 o e eo o e 0 Phone 7- 7to800oSSSSSSS SSSSSSo e 000rRound trip tickets to Frankfort via L N Feb 17 and 18 limited to Feb 21St 313 round trip account of the Annual State Farmers Institute The concert at Brown Memorial will be given February 22ud instead of tonight Miss Smith will give piano violin and vocal solos Mr McDonald and the quartetts will assist A nominal price will be chatgeJ The Murphey furniture Co London Ky carry in stock an immense line of their goods in cluding burial cases coffins suits c For the benefit of those who cannot conveniently come to their store they issue an attractive catalogue giving factory prices on furniture for shipment direct to customers It will be sent on receipt of ten ants in stamps which may be deducred from first order A special from Richmond Ky saysThe old fashioned grandfathers clock owned by Ben F Crook aged 70 years of Kingston which has not run for a quarter of a century has mysteriously struc k just before a death invaded the family for the past txtjeen years The facts are U ld by the HonI R H Crook the present County Attorney Vor thi county Mr Crook says thougt the old clock was but an ornament for the parlor yet a fewflajs prior to the death of his brot er William Crook in 1891 the tinrepiece chimed out the hour of one Three years later their motherp ssed away and a few days prior to this sato event the old clock agai siruck one Ten years later about 1904 the ancient timepiece chim d two and within l week the little twins of Mr Crooks sister Mrs Collins Yates died on the same day Friday night while Miss Margaret Crook was watching by the bedside of her stepmother she was startled by the sound of the longsilent old clock as it pealed its fateful note one and within within five days death had claimed another victim from the Crook household There is no explanation The clock has not been wound for years No one is superstitious in the Crook home It is just a mystery that is all LiV1JngstonMULLINS feb6 tf Livingston Ky FOR SALE Thirty shoats which will average about 60 pounds W M BULLOCK 26 31 Hansford Ky FOR SALE Several dwellings hot I and store room in Living ston AddressMRS SUE MULLINS feb6tf Livingston Ky The ladies of the Baptist church have organized a society known as the Pastors Aid Society The society met with Mrs HC Gentry Tuesday afternoon Burdette McKenzie will take a one half interest in his fathers store The firm will be Jonas McKenzie Son Invoicing of of the stock will be begun Mon day FOR SALE5000 Rods American field fence specification and price quoted on request Mail orders solicitedW G NICELEY Feb 63t Berea Ky LOSTOn train between Berea and Livingston Saturday Feb 8th double case silver watch black leather fob and model of Malleable Steel Range made at South Bend Indiana Finder will be suitably rewarded by sending word to undersigned so that I can get it Address- J W VANWINKLEBerea Walter Hunt L N trakemarr was run over and killed by the south bound passenger between Brodhead and Gum Sulphur yester day afternoon Hunt had gone down the track to flag the pass enger twain there being what is known among railroad men as a sa wby and sat down on the track and went to sleep The engeneer said hesaw him sitting on the track but thought he would get tip and made no special effort to stop untill it was too late and he was so close on him it was im possible to stop Both legs were cut off and a hole cut in his side He was taken to Brodhead where he died about thirty minutes later The deceased was a son of Pack Hunt and leaves awife and two babiese io ILook for this STAR on these heel ofevery Shoe you buy I None Star 0 Brandtwithout S a e s a e Ge8Oao SO 2001acrescounty 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 good houses orchard and well improved Located between Pine Hill and Sinks A bargain- J T MEADOWS Feb 6 tf Pine Hill 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 wetered 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 Ky FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres located near JPongo in the southern part of the countv There are 75 acres iu cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class which oak Splendid four room residence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered with two never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Con venient to schoolhouse postoffice and Church and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb 14tf Mt Vnrnon FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR ROYAL erIABSOLUTELY PURE FOR SALEHouse with two rooms and about 10 acres land north of Mt Vernon MARY A BALLOU dec 10 4t HIATT Sheridan Bowman is on sick list Elias Carpenter has returned to Ibis home in Jackson county Robert Bowman was over from Mt Vernon Sunday Albert Hiatt was with home folks Sunday D N Welch the traveling salesman for Bryan Goodwin Hunt was with A C Hiatt Thurs day Brother Smith filled his regular appointment at Oak Hill Saturday and Sunday George Huff and brother from Illinois are visiting friends and relatives in this countyAnnie Smith and y little brother Cecil were visiting V their cousin Fannie Hiatt Frid- ayUNDERTAKER n Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsr furnished i Hearse sent to all it parts of the county All orders by wire J filledIIW A COX KyIPhona R CLAYTON Watchmakerand Bargain s in Second Hand Watches MT VERX03T KY r1 fJ J rfe I ioA f r iil 2 OO vO 0060 o Co 01 tOt Nursing baby 0 o o Its a heavy strain on mother 0 v oHersystem is called upon to supply 0- o i nourishment for twoP tt1t 0 Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system 0 0 is needed SV 9 Scott J Emulsion contains the rat cfgreatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested form v Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use J g 0ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 0 999 V V 9 O METROPOlfTAi TIlE BEST PLACE IN ROC KCASTLE TO BUY Qrugp Stationey Qicjarp Xobeeopj paint Oiland patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Spec Ty Se C DAVIS Prop PHNEWO 53 IAIN STREET MT YERNON K SfcoeSaeStt iI I GRANVILLE OWENS 11 2 UNERTAER 1 tf I B rod head Ky I w tfZ == VIA I information IDa list of Hotels address G C KING c S T A Ill MolD St Lexington Ky l S GET RICH QUICK Schemes of this class have again come to grief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss to innocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh in mind it is an opportune moment to consider causes and means to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin I cinnati Enquirer From its columns one can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of all business from the retailer to United States liable Also GovernmentI all sufficiently explicit to enable f thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people in every calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1908 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include publicationsover half the regular Subscription ratesDonot overlook the fact that the nprosperitythe Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable ources of information gardenJfirrettooIne man with Final Jfmijy Pnce located betweenr P leiFlill1nd tiuks Plenty bf work bandy the 3e rTround For particulars call on jTMEADQWS Pine Hill Ky r Li f rZ tt L Jis1 jCOMPLETE tINE jAllJ k YE ORLEANSI ii7 r5 IIIFor P IA PROMPT EFFECTIVE FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM I Neuralgialffdnoy Kfailrott Oleaasos I GiVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost in permanentj r dissolvingthefrom the system DRSDBLANDI of years ardIORBgather from medical works and also consulted Inothing tTlthanumlieroftbobe that gave the hYSlclanSlbuttocndI DItOPS I shall it In for rheumatism and GATESIJ3R C L ffnncockflhinnvrltcs llttloglrlbzirehadsuciia weakbackcantod by llUeumatlsm and Kidney Trouble that she could not stand bur feet The moment they put her downonthefloorabo would tcreaciTrltb wlthbDRUPSandtodayshe I prescribe for and use it practiceFREE ft If you arc suffering with Rheumatism S3 KidneyTroubleus for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE ft aSDROPS is entirely free from caium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum z and other similar ingredients Larglze Bottle 5DltOP8 800 flosca DrulJlati 9 Street Chicago ii1 AGENTS VNTEDTo take decs fur hOlSehold toilet and tdical preparations on com ission We prepay freight and Depress Write for terms RD IcColJom Co Richmond K- yfoLEroiEYADTA Car s Coldsi Prevaatc Panumcala t cJI g 0 t H W SUTTON WRITES O I HIS IDAHO HOME Star Idaho F1St o EDITOR SIGNAL I have recently read a letter publihed in our paper the IMrnteressine very inUjCi Being a Ktutucky man myself 1 thougiii i would write you concerning thisIpir of Idaho It is very to read Mr Edwards letter and I would be glad to rid some to it Thsis indeed a fine country and hs rightly been named Gem of the Mountains I JiVe en here for fourteen years and have seen this counSry grow to what it is When I came to Caldwdl there were only three brick buildings in the town and two in Nainp now there is block aftei block of the finest bricks in b i tovns Now Mr Editor you know that a town cannot grow unless there is some thing to back itand the backing of these towns are the fertilevalleys surrounding them The main valley is Boise with Boise cit3 state capitol called Boise the Leautiful at the head oi it In tlu the ceuter f this fertile valle nestles Star a thriving little town 17 miles from Boise and 13Ililes rom Caldwell ir niles nprtb of Nampa 18 miles south of Emmett mitndamp We have the best watei right in the state the best soil ano climate Ihe best equippedand most up to date electric line in the west The Boise Caldwell Interurban dectric railway This line ruu through Star 40 minutes ride to Boise and 30 minutes to Caldwell Students get a rate on this line 01 one cent per mile to attend college or business in Boise or Caldwel1 Good farming land can be bough here at from 50 to 150 pr a cri with free water right where we have no failure of crops The merchant or mechanic can buy lots 2t from 100 lo 750 each We have a nine months graded school two fine churches Bank Society is just so up to date here as in the east I have been here long enou gli to know the best opportunities for man with a little capital W expect to add many more hundred uf people to our fast growing tow of Star in the coming season H W Sutton Box 277 Star Idaho THE JUMPING OFF PLACE Consumption had me in it grap and I had almost reachet the jumping off place when Iwa advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and 1 want to say right now it saved my life Iniprox inent began with the fist bui and after taking one u zn b ln Iwas aH11 and happy mat again says George Moore f Grime land N C As a remed for coughs and colds and healer oi weak sore lungs and for pretend ing pneumonia New Discovery iv supreme 500 hnd 1 oo at Chas C Davis drug store Trial bottle free CON VfjL Y n B Beldon has been apointtd road overseer in this se tton 1y the County Juige to fill the vacancy of D C Pullins who resigned on account of his moving a vayTlw Round Stone Land Co are putting in their spoke rig again and will saw out a lew loads of white oak and hickory this spring George Corneilson of Madison county was here this week on business and shaking hands with himany friend Rev Wi son of Brodhead wl hold a few dis meeting at Con way this and next week at tie schiol house D C PuWrs who rectutiv od- hi farm her ti J N Griffin of Pine liLt WtHa vM RIC bo h Mrch i st and engage in ihe lee iive business this spring any any wishing to put their bees in the n s cnnvenent bee hive on the market wonld do well to see or vviir him in regard to his patent Live price e c J Everything t ken into the stonnch 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 take a good natural digestant that will do the work the digestive juices are not doing The best remedy known today for all stomach troubles is Kodol which is guaranteed to give prompt relief It is a natural digestant it digests what you eat it is pleasant to take and is sold here by Chas C Davis FO1ffMflDNEYUJFJ1 ItekM KUhwya sad EJwMop Eil i L j i The Jar of I CouqhingHummer plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs i until the healthy tissues giveI I way Ayers Cherry Pectoral i stops the coughing and healsI the torn membranes Tho best kind of a testimonial j Sold for over sixty years I fA Mado IA4erSM1SAPAR1LLA 11 Wo have no ecoroto We publish the formulas of all our medicines reIBiliousness constipation retard covery Cure these with Ayers PiUs g o t it i if riiJJ1- Lit m u m Wl1i The Midwinter Term Which is the rush term opens January 21 Do you want to be a working ni in the livliest most ambitious nthusiaslic an professional hoc3 if teachers ever gathered togethei or study in Eastern Kentuck If so see vour County Superin endant now about an appoint ment to free tuition if you havt not already done so and write tt the President of the E K S N S for a catalog telling him wha studies you desireAddress t C N Roark- Richmond Ky Mr McNuttsbill droviding in- he electrocution of persons con tern ned to death in Keutucky wa passed by the Senate SUFFERING DOLLARS SAVED E S Loper of Manila NYays I am a carpenter and avt hadmany severe cuts healed b ucklyns Arnica Salve It has wed me suffering and dollars I is by far the best healing salve have ever found Heals burn soJes ulcers lever sores ecxem and piles 25c at Chas C Davi ru gist Mount Vern0 Monum WOWKS 1M anufaetorer ofmDEALER ill Marbles n11 Granite Monuments ofa1J- kinds Estimates furnislleo on application ff BU1l IIM II 1 A Iron J 1 flfftence lifetime111II 1mitwRr hCl if pu I I CINCINNATI Cer desijas oi Fccce lazes icei will OjCell rrJ 1 Q vr ALS9 AGE Stewartsviron GEORGE OWENS Propr LARS NJ pArNTE PAPjERMHbER AND 1 WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed k Li PIN li HILL Rev Barnes of Skaggs Creek held services here Stnday and undMV nigit Guess the oeople who liveclthmated u Ctbe be icfit of the BapUfvchurrh will he gl d to know thai it is being built as Jit 2s theiuepnfjHnd material 1clm be gotteiiyjand we Hope to see it finished bfjpriiig as it ineedtd very badRev Jones was elected as pmtor of the Baptist church for another year He is new attend ilig school in Lonisville Mrs W A Falin of Cove was visiting her son and daughter Mr and Mrs L G Falin lasteeI Wheelir Meadows was down f sm Corbin Sunday to see his brother J T MHdowsV M Doan is visiting homefolks this- weekMrsG WI Dow has been very tick hut is better at t tis tjl1oueItadvP1Heat oibinMiss Ida joh son was visiting homefolks first of the vcekTlie itrait of Mr and Mrs liubb died last weekbf measles The rest of the family have them nit are ou the road to recovery Miss Addie Owens is visiting Mrs E J McHargue V P Freeman Ji unung a SitI store here and is having a good tride vA sad aooidcit ocjurred here anday motmug at about III clock Flagman Harry Jenking Ahile stepping from 6ue car to iiiolber lelt between One car md caboose passing over him utting both egsofF It was an wful sight to see his suffering le was taken to Mt Vernon in a hort time after J R Gipson is in the sick listMrs Wilse Car jenter is some better at this writ ngSeveral cases of measles lere EIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE Mrs K D Charles ot Harbor Maiue speaking of Electic Bitters says It is a neighborhood cavprite here with us It de ierye 3 to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief iu dyspepsia liver complarnt kidney derange neiir malnutrition nervousness aI mss and general debility- ts action on the blodas a thorough purifir makes itesoecially useful as a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold inder guarantee at Chas C Davis rug store 5oc STRAYED Blue andwhite ipjtted heier head mostly blue soon be two years old Has been oue since last July Liberal reward for her return or informa tou leading to her recovery J R REAMS Orlando Ky R W DYOHE E N T I T MT VERNON KY Qffice in old brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac y Crown nnd Bridge Woi a Specialty J rodhead Marbe Vjork BODHEAD KY Granite ard Marble Monuments Mid Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager iIl ji1J Y ER S Inuiii htitei Xv uj eIWill bs in MsVeinon once a uouth until May II C C ViilifciOi ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNpN KY IIrheBankofto collections Phone No o 3 CMOIRY Undertaker Embalmer Complete IIRobes rders attend IIStarifot 1 iIi1 fmii ifm 5cil1lJit aJSI jliUf= lr ALlOHOL 3 PER CENT I t ij similalh1giheFoedgg11aci41 NU24T I Digestloncheecf ness and RestContainsneitlfr iill II norNiucratNOT tj fJeoto11Dr4zqrJUJtfjII Pccrlio ted ALt5lztuZI IithelI CI iivtme- ir lfiII1rpJl Consflpa1tion WormsConvulsionsfecrish ness mulLoss OF SLEEP FacShuite Signature NEW EYict Copy of Wrapper s = CATORIA ooi For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I For Over I Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA GC o The New Store Go to Carmicals for ITI tf Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapcnttts 9 PineApple Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes tIFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Bakedekinds IAll goods delivered in town When youg COtl iMt Vernon Kentucky 3r- c3C 7 8W f iV1 19 X7 6t vX xr J JONAS rcKENZE C WYou cant afford to miss the old reliable Store j your SPRING and SUMMER Dry Goods Staple and Fancy Notionsk We carry no shoddy secondLand o sale goods only the best such as we can con rl scieutiously recommend to our customers 1WJONAS McKENZIE 3f fc Womens ulahRowleysuffered for 4 years every month Sometimes I would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch I painentirelywomen suffering with painful periodsto use Car dui and be relieved andItm It is a pure specific reliable female remedy with a record of 70 years of success It has bene othersii FREE ADVICE Write us a letter describing nooga Tenn Sold by Every Druggist in 100 Bottles I LW r 101Use 56i Pains youFieeDepartmentThe CARDUI