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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 i Wt = o 1 l J PiJbl ishetl Every FridayIv r VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROC CASTLE COTOTY KY FRIDAY FEB 21 1908 NUMBER 22 IZ TrIr J1 cpxcc 1 Hi i 11 II TALKS P11V LOUDj Dont forget your cash as these are cash prices r For the next 30 daysB iIWllsellallcles at 7 cts is IQCtS So H H 39cts I 100 7Qcts i50s IIO MENS iSuits worth 1600 now 1300 iSuits worth 1500 now 1200j iSuits worth I2ob now 900 1 Suits worth 800 now 650 Suits worth 7sO now 550 I YOUTHS I 4oojfflK Suits from 80 cents toi Boys Corduroy pants weref zoj cents now 3cents f Bother Prices on sShOet th e satas A they last Dont forget theCaSh iP SKIRTS r i A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3t9 qnow 150 toi 250- f wa great bargain j jIM fresh from the factory at cutTj r prices In fact everything is 1 20 per cent less than regular price j a I iWJi v A lot of LinnHum Carpet indj ft i Rugs I i I COME NOW iGTjdHNSONi O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky c i t i ti 4 iW i i J oun trttJit I Ignll ORLANDO The Rev Wm Jnaseen is very sick with sciatica The measles have about subsided at this place Miss Roxie Evans of Hurnmell who has been sperding a few weeks with Mrs Rhoda Ivvans icurnd e TjtesHa There is Yconsiderable sidles tic re MrI and firs E J Williams were in Richmond Monday having sou e Ge 1Mrsis among wek Mr J L B illa1d and wire were visitiug at Flannagin from Sunday until Tuesday Misj Lucy Grey recovering from an attack of pneumonia fey ereCraig orIegonler remains in very poor 1 eahhIRobert Childress who was diring his fathers illness took his departure again Monday H lie Smith was in Mt Vernon Mon day evening Dr W D Laswell attended the medical meeting at Mt Vernon on Thursday of la t we k I Mrs Minerva Troxel is very sick at presentMrs Mollie Wil liams accompanied her son Elmer and wife to Richmond The Rev Fred Jones will preach at Maple Grove next Sunday Mrs Susan Pennington of Mt Vernon is vis iting her mother Mrs Abigial Ball of this place There is prav er meetrng every Wednesday and Saturday night at McNews Cha- ppelJesse Cotton has rented and moved to the homestead of the late J C Childress Jimmie Anglin and Miss Lydia Thomas were mar ried Tuesday Rev Williams officiated w QUAIL Elijah Herrin is gradually grow ing weaker Mrs David Elder ha been suffering severely with an at tack of rheumatism Rev Martin owens continues about the same There will be services at Provi deuce Sunday conducted by Rev John ElderRev J L Davis of Albia had his sale Saturday an will leave soon for Kansas an there make his future homeP O Griffin was in Mt Vernon Monday ou business J W Proc tor has moved into his nee dwelling Tbe Farmers Telephone Co is talking of building a line through this part to Brodh cad John Acton of near Olearence spent Tuesday night with hiv father n1aW A E Herrin FROZEN TO DEATHMr Bthe other afternoon was found frozen to death sitting in his Buggy h e Lhad just purchased from Hug On returning home it turne sUpposjtionisf l thing except his new buggy r There is one consolation hisrrl lives and friends have is from tbg expression on his face when found was the same sweet smile as goo d to say the last act I didwas I leave a nice Fisher Buggv form dear wife and children The coroners jury returned a verdict f saying We thej tyfindthat Mr Bcame to hrs datliliy bci f so overjoyed thinking about h new Buggy HUGH NEGLEDTEDCOLDS THREATEN LiFE FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE U Dont trifle with a cold good advice for prudent men a women It may be vital in theca of a child Proper food good ven tilation and dry warm clothi are the proper safeguards again colds If they are maintained through the changeable weather of autumn winter and spring the chances of a surprise from ordinary tnetis the bee The reafest menace child life at this season of the is the neglected cold Ito it is a child or adult t slightor severe the very best that can be adqpted Chamberlaint Cough Reme It is safe and sure The great popularity and immense sale of this preparation has been attained b5 its remarkable cures of this ailment A cold never results in pneumonia when it is given For sale by CUas C Davis BKODHEAD Rev McFarland Evangelist of oflmhtIhiogVirgil Tharp of Rileys spent a portion of last week with his uncle H L at this iacnbronchitis Robert G Wilmott cashier of Bank at Nepton Ky attended the funeial of Walter Hunt at Maretburg last Saturday =E R Gentry was in Mt Vernon last Sunday Miss Ethel C Hilton has returned to Hamilton College at Lexington after attending the burialof her grandmother Mrs J E Woodyard Miss Uta Hutcheson of Owenton is the guest of her brother J W Hutcheson Mr and Mrs Reed of Hpdgensville have returned home after spending several days with CherryMrtucks Hardware and Stove Dea ers Association For many yea s he w ts traveling salesman through this territory and was one of the most popular men on the road H H Hutcheson is in Virginia this week on business Chas R Pike of Knoxville Tennessee at tended the funeral of Walter Hunt at Maretburg last SaturdayJ W Hutcheson left Tuesday night for an extended trip through Va and W Val end will visit Wash ington D C while awayRep resentative Issacs of Pulaski county was at the Frith Hotel Monday EJ Hamm formerly of this plac but now of Lebanon was married at New Here Monday morning Good lUCK to you E J Mrsr Robt Payne is very sick at this writing One of the saddest things we shave ever experienced was wher train No 23 last Thursday rolled into our town with one of our boys Walter A Hunt who had just been struck by it at Gum Sulphur onl about 12 minutes before He was taken off here and immediately re aldwas was for him He died about 30 min utes later Most every one in town somethingvHe certainly had lots of friends in town which was plainly shown when the news was spread that he was injured Gabe as all his comrades called him was the eldest son of Pack Hunt of Maretburg and was 35 years of age He was the pet of the family and all who knew him knew hem xo be one of the boys who had a good heart in frienddBesides leaving a loving wife who was Miss Daisey Brcoks a son 2 years and 4 mo nths old be leaves Missesaone married sister Mrs Wm Mullins of Louis i le and two brothers P Y and D J Hunt He has as many friends among the R R anyYplainly shown by turning out who were W 0 Dilley Mof T Chits A Davis Tyree Gentry John Newland Ed Hurt Bob May Rube Alisy them two of the prettiest floral designs we have ever sees one was a grave rug the other a wheel with a broken spoke They also paid Rev A J Pike 000 funeralispr a sermon Ysemuch he was thought of bv his bereavedfamilyst sympathy during their dark hour of trouble CHILDS LIFE SAVED B CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY Mrs John Englehardt of Gera Mich tells of the axiom moments spent over her little two takenhea says I am satisfied that if It ha Cougdye 0 death I give this medicine ever ten minutes and she soon began to throw up the phlegm Icanrecommend it in the highest terms I have another child that was las in the same way Sold by C Davis i 1887 ix33 r I LADIES JACKETS J l I Just received shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TAN and J BRO vVN at 5 to SIO Are the best bbr before you buy elesewhere s r OVERCOATS J famous faultless brand from4 tlO The best in the land 1wA 4 SUITS 1Thb famous Lion Brand is the best on the market Veseltthem ever day in anycoler from to 15 in men and boys sizes j t ST1OE5V The WALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style IVV JTVV R- VPBERSV iv Vc one RtiSbers and Felt Bootsi lr Phone 87 Vt4 i FTKRUEGER r 2i k Q SoL i ucYr 3 P r t SrolElr I have the best Shoes and Rub bers on the market and some men and boys Clothing aand hats which 1 offer for cost and carriage as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom business r CALICOESV aI also have a large assortment of calicoes at and 6cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it will certainly pay you to see our line before you bu- yFRASHER t WEST MAIN STREET Three hundred night riders the majority from Trigg county raided Eddvville early Sunday morning and whipped four white men and six negroes Among the victims were Police Judge C W Rucker and Former City Marshal Lesel Woods County Judge W L Crumbough was visited and warned that Ills friendship for the tobacco association would be his protection against a horsewhipping He was told that he would have already been whipped but for his age The home of Judge Rucker was wreck ed and many shots were fired into the house before he would come wereYtown The statement of the New York pasweek shows that the banks hold 30850225 more than the re centd chf 1018050 proportionate thye previous week I 0211 lNn t- keI AI AIwIsieIWf r IL a e- tJEstablished a 5 5 OTTAWA Mr and Mrs S T Proctor and family visited J W Brown and family Tuesday nightThere is a great deal of sickness in this section at this issueThii wheat crop looks more favorable since the recent wet weatherThere has been several new cases of chicken pox since last issueQuite a number of the farmers are improv ing their farms by erecting wire fencing If all farmers would build more fence and drain tbeir land and in other ways improve it this woule be a nicer and better country than it is at present Mr and Mrs James W Brown visited relatives in Lincoln county Friday night last Mr and Mrs J B Sutton visit otf Quail a few days since Sunday school has been organized at Unio Ridge which is mach needed in this community Mr Joe Brown of Lincoln county visited his daughter Oliver Sunday last Steve Albrights two children who have had the fever are somewhat improved we are glad to say Mrs George White passed tnt the great beyond Tundny atj P IftiJf 7 M Mrs White had been an invalid for sometime with that dread disease consumption She leaves behind her a father mother brother and six sisters to mourn her loss They are Mr James Hayes Mesdames Mary Price Sallie Sowder Belle Lovell of this place and Mrsdames Pearl Ross Anna Cox andMiss Ella Haycsof other counties The bereaved father mother brother and sisters have the heartfelt sympathy of all in their dark hour of despair Toe deceased was laid to rest Tuesday at 3 P M to await the sum J mons oi the last great day Rev John Elder will preach at Providence next Sunday at 11 A M Charlie Sowder and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tart ProctorMrs Margarite theIrecently vacated by Mr John Walleu and family Uncle Albert Albright continues about as usual David Wallen has been suffering very muchwjth aye trouble CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A FAVORITE CouthRemedychildren says Mr L J Wood bury of Twining Mich It has also done the work for us in hard colds and croup and we take pleasure ia recommending it i For sale by Chas C Davis Chales W Morse the financier and promoter arrived at New York Monday on the steamer Etruria and was immediately arrested by the State authorities on charges of grand larceny involving 100000 He was arraigned and released on 20000 bail furnished bv a sun t y henany FOR RHEUMATIC SUFFER ERS The quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm makes it a favorite with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica deepasale by Chas C Davis VV tiliMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 21 1908 i Published every Friday by I EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO i Advertising Tales made known on I 9 application MEMBER OF KPNTTXHY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS Veate authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tlon of the Republican party OWING to the shortness of this srsjiou of Congress it is argued iha nothing more than thelAld rich billC n po sibly be enacted at this time But nevertheless Congress should later pass P per manent currency billa bill which will settle every queston as to the finances of the nation at once and for a century to come Such a bill is possible and in fact would be the simplest kind If measure for the Government to adopt one to pro vide forjust the kind oi currency the business of the nation the banks and the people should haven will provide for a perfectly elas tic currency without creating the slighest depreciation of money or danger of loss to banks or Government It should provide a perfect way of obtaining money to move the crops and furnish a allsuf ficient means of preventing or breaking panics It should make the money of the United States still more current and acceptable in til puts ot the world This world make the nation greater in the eyes of other nations and give the United States Treasury a proper command of the commerce and fi nances of the world within ten years after being put into operation All the Government needs do to eflect such change in the finances of the country and to acquire all such advantages for the government and the peoples to wipe out the whole system of national bank currency and give such banks or any banks Government currency directly upon the same securities and such other kinds of securities as the government is willing to ac cept and permit the banks to in crease and diminish the amount they obtain whatever the business of the kinks requires it every bank to do nv more than give sufficient security for tbemOn yThe Gov eInm tit need do no more than to take the security and hand the bank the money The Govern ment should be paid for the use of he money a low rate of interest say one per ceut No bank should be required to pay more The credit of the Government wilj be all sufficient for the credit of the currency and every dollar i it vould be percectly secured by the security given the Govern ment uiider this system would not injure the credit of the government in the slightest degree Banks should be allowed Oto increase or diminish the amount of money they obtain in amounts which can be de cided by the law Such a system would be satisfactory to all the peo pIe except the national banks These banks ha e been given the privilege oi having heir namts on the money they use lung enough t The rnojey of the banks has been in nality Government money The Government has promised to pay it if the banks did not and has had the meins of paying Let the Government do as it should issue all the money Let it be circulat ed by the banks which give proper security for it Enlarge the means of securing the Government by ac cepting State and municipal bonds or even railroad bonds to the extent GovernImentThe amount f additional busi ness this change in the finances of the country would make the Gov ernment would be greater than auy other change would make and be necessary if the present bill before thq Jnate is passed All the great work and expen of settling up tl e ffrs of broken national b inks and paying off their tJ tesI will be stopped There w old no such things then fox the Government to settle The Treasury can be rquired by law to have all the currency issued for the purpose that may be vakeu fllTreaSUysources By HHNRY CLEWS New York Baker IIf Beckham is to be deteated lr Bradley be the wan to do it N body wants anybody elected lo the United States Senate irooi Ken tucky who is the candidate of the Cuuner Journal whisky ring say everyIGive usstraiglit goods and not the rectified article These gentleuier represent their parties fully and both are uncompromising party men The State Journal wiil never give Beckham out but if lit has to go down and out it infinitely prefers Governor Bradle to a socalled Democrat who wouh be the beneficiary of the famou boltKentucky State Journal Ih it is where the trouble come The B c ham policy rule or ruin h tbe cause of the present split in Democratic ranks in Kentucky CONGRESSMAN Olite fames has won a considerable victory in get dug a tavorable report on his bil to restore the emblem In God we trust on the silver dollar which was taken off by reason of the act of the President Deep down it our heart the Big Congressmai from the First is the man we want to see the successor of the Hon James B McCreary RECIPE MIXED OFTEN Some remarkable stories are be ing told about town and among tbt country people coming in ot its simple homemade mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix by shaking wel in a bottle onehalt ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Toke as a dose one teaspoonful alter meals and at bedtime No change need be made invour usual diet butdrink plenty of good waterThis mixture writes one authority in a leading Philadelphia newspaper has a peculiar tonic effect upon the kidneys cleaning the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tissues forcing the kidneys to slit and strain from the blood the uric acid and other poisonous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A New Ycrk druggist who has had hundreds of calls for these in gredientssince tbe first announce ment in the newspapers last October stated that the people who once try it swear b it1 especially those who have UrinaryBud Kid nev trouble and suffer from Rheu matismThe druggist in this neighbor hood say they can supply the in gredients which are easily nixed at home There is said to be no better bloodcleansing agent or system ionic known and certainly none more harmless or simple to useBert Barber of Eltou Vis says 11 have only taken four doses of your Kidney nd Blaidtr Pills and they have done for m more thin any other medicine has ever done I am still taking thIpills as Iwant a prfect CUI Mr Barber refers to DeVinsI Kidnev and Bladder are sold by Chas C DavisIJ L Brtstnw former Fourth Assistant Post raster General IMS annouucrd his candidacy lot United States Senator Iron Kin sas An army appropriating liilwill be reported by the House Corn mittee on Military Affrirs with an amerdnient increasing the pay of enlisted men in the various degree of service appointedKelley Attorney in the Breathitt district to succeed James P Adams who was named as Circuit Judge tosuc ceed the late Judge Robert Riddell The coal operators and miners of the Pittsburg district have ar ranged for a meeting early this week to prepare a programme for the Wage Scale Committee to fol low the joint meeting of operators arid miners in Indianapolis February 27 h IA VtNttSTOA- MraudMrs james Hall have Gau1eyfl Bowers m wed into the residence vacated by Mr Hall on Main St Ap Taylor is moving his family to London Mrs WT Wright was tAken suddenly ill while at church Wednesday evening butis slightly improved at this writing Mis J F Chewning is quite sick at tlis inr Mr and Mrs P W Durbin lave taken rooms at The River Side Mansion J H Dickerson has purchased the Dock Sticty hoi frill H L Delph consideration 25020 Mesdames J B Hayes Ann Owens Cleva Foley Clara Hayes and taster Arnee Hayes are all on the ick list Mrs Rebecca Lucas is trending the bedside of her sister ITs Susie Hicks who ir not any bsjiter Geoge G iffi has acept ed a position in tbe L N yirils hereMrs Mary Payne of Alta moot is spending the weekwith her mother Mrs M ihala Ctrson Clyde White left Tuesday for Tucson Arizon where he wil spend fev weeks before returning here Henry Delph is building a business house on Main street Brother J B Rash Evangelist is conducting a very interesting series meetings at the Christian oburcl Great interest is beiug shown Gorge Mullins is slightly im proved Deputy U S Marsialls Suoit and Thompson were here on busi ness this week George Baker traveling inm was with out merchants this weekMrs Nora J tikins and sister Miss Ethel Hayes are in Corbin on business Mr and Mrs Moss Mulling are re juicing over the arrival ofafint girl baby at their lromeMr and James Neal have returned t Liv ingsion to make their future home Messrs J Oand Will McGuire are visiting Mrs Mollie Herrm a- tQllaIMiss Nora Burton is pending a iew weeks with her sister af PiLtsburgMrs Sue Mullins is having a new rof put on her hotel and also haying new flues put in and will put on new plaster from garret to cellar This wiil be the most desirable place for summer boarders in Eastern Ken tuckyMrs J C McGuire wasi called to E ist Bernstadt Sunday on account of the death of hei brother Harlau Collins who died of typhoid feve- rDeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazl Srlve is best for cuts burns boils brusies and scratches It is ej ptcially good lor piles Sold by Chas C Davis At a coference held with the Tennessee Railroad Comruissiui in Nashville the Illinjis Ct nIT Louisville and Nashville arC N esh ill Chattanooga and St Louis railroad agreed to adopt the caupou system regarding tickets sold after April impending the set tlement of the passenger rate re dudtiou cases in the Alabama courts J 4f Keep Your OpenItany doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the inkeepingbowel action is half the battle of health People who have a tendency to con stipation must of necessity use something notbewaters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will Oil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given a itIsreacIIPepsinPeopleeveryyearIncontIpationtrouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach Illsthatandishousefortime or other by every member of the family superintendenthas kept her charges in perfect health by the use of Dr Caldweils Syrup Pepsin whenever ji stem sob complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative is used in tho Home Buy a bottle perteanentFREE TEST There wishing to try DrCald1 wells Syrup Pepsin buy lag have a free sample bottle sent to their home addressing the company This to thattne remedy as and It to those It send for It any symptoms cf cr disease Gentlest yet most for womenand folks guaranteed permanent cure THE VERDICT So and Sure proouctbearsPEPSIN GYRUP CO 119 CaSMwol Bldg Monto Ui 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 Con tains no opiates Sold Jtly Chas C Davis A DEATH STRUGGLE This Is How Our Correspondent Characterizes Senatorial Fight and Local Option Bil- lMJLOTHER INTERESTS SUFFER Session of Kentucky Legislature Half Over and Practically Nothing Has Deen Done Nor Is There Much Pros pect of Anything Being Done Until the Senatorial Deadlock Is Broken Interesting Notes on the Tense Sit uation Prevailing at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Feb 18ThE senatorial race and the county unit local option bill are still in the throes of a death struggle that is liable to drag every other interest Into Its vortex cud all sink or swlrn as a result of that struggle The session is over half gone and practicallynothing has been done Both sides are afraid to vote on any important legislation for tear it may have some effect on the senatorial fight The tobacco legislation is being neglected school legislation is being neglected in fact everything is being postponed or neglected The legislative bodies remain In session but a short time each day and seem positively averse to doing any serious work The Democrats say the county unit bill will pass the house this week while the Republicans say It will not Those who claim td be the best posted say just as they did last week that a senator will not be elected till the county unit bill is disposed of finally In some way Of course there are all kinds of rumors about it One man will tell you that he heard a Democrat Beckhamiato tie Beckham he would walk out of the house and not vote on that ballot thus electing Bradley Another man will tell you that he has heard three or four Republicans who are strong for the county unitil1 say that if the few liquor Democratgtty to combine with the Republicans and elect anyone but Bradley they will vote for Beck ham Stiir aiiofher man will tell you that the county unit hill has nothing to do with it and that Bradley will win as soon as one of the Democrats in thu house is unseated which event will occur this week or next This legislature is not far behind its predecessors In the number of scarecrow bills before It By scare craw bills is meant bills that are troduced just to scare some corpora tion orsotne interest into doing something of paying something to have the bllf defeated K story is told on one green member that he asked an old member how he could get some rail road passes for his friends He was told i1afthe piuiier and usual way was fo hltroduce a bill Ib require all railroads to push their trains with lo cornolfves instetlof pulling them He drew up the blIP and was about to offer it but his joking friend found It out just in time to prevent IL The average new member wishes to make a reecord too and keeps his cam paign promises by Introducing bills on all Imaginable subjects The titles to these bills are published in the newspapers and usually that Is the last ever hoard of them for they die In the committee and the author re turns home and tells how he made aI desperate effort to have his important measures passed but he could make Tib headway because the corporations fought them when asa matter of fact no corporation probably ever heard of his bills They have made atree cord though and usually run for congress on It then retire to the cool lug shades of private life This is not always the case however for five of the Kentucky congressmen viz A D James Ben Johnson W P Klmhall Harvey Helm and John Langley have served In the legislature Congressmen Ollte James Owsley Stanley Swagar Sherley Joe Rhinock J B Bennett and D C Edwards had never served in the legislatureS During the first two weeks of this session It looked like every member of the legislature wanted to have the honor of introducing a bill to repeal the dpg tax law Two or three bills repealIthr tax off of dogs A change has taken place however and now It seems very doubtful If the tax is pealed at all Nearly all these re ealI campaignI leKiS1latll1Eare ing themselves felt Several delega tions of farmers from different coun ties have appeared before the commit tees having the bills In charge and while the discussions hnve been warm and the antidogtax men have teen In sistent there has been a decided change In sentiment The sheep raisers say the law is just now beginning to be understood and Its effect appre elated that htrdrodkof shepp were Ct year by dogs but the own ers have been paid full value for the sheep something that was never done before They urge that if the law Is given a further trial of two years It will never be repealed as It will be thoroughly demonstrated that time that the law is an absolute necessity KEEPING OPEN HoUSE Everybody is welcome when wpl feel that way only when our digestive organs are working prop erly Dr Kings New Life PillsI regulate the action of liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good wnen he sells these pills 250 at Chas C Davis drugstore f and works no hardship on anyone 55S6far only two bills have passed both houses and are ready for the ap proval of the governor these two be ing a bill giving the governor the power to appoint a stenographer for his office and a bill providing for several messengers and stenographers for the senate and house A number of bills however have passed one house and may pass the other before the session ends amongst the number being the Crecelius tobacco bill which provides a heavy fine for a violation of a con tract to pool tobacco It has passeu the house and may come up In the sen ate this week and be passed The Newman bill to prevent the sale of adulterated or misbranded field seeds has passed the senate and it carries with It an appropriation of 2000 a year to have seeds tested by the Ex periment Station and if found to be adulterated or misbranded the dealer will be fined The Newman bill appropriating 40000 for buildings on the state fair grounds In Louisville has also passed the senate Other bills that have passed the senate but not the house are as follows Appropriat ing 30000 a year to carry into effect the bill to prevent the sale of adul terated or misbranded foods drugs and liquors Fixing the salary of the lieutenant governor at 2500 per year Providing for a vote on the question of amending the constitution so that property may be classified for taxation Giving the builder of a partnership line fence a lien on the land for the cost of the fence- Appropriating 50000 for a new gov ernors mansion The following bills have passed the house but not the senate The Crecelius tobacco bill the Li lard pure food drug and liquor toil which is the same as the bill passer by the senate c Politics must be a very fascinating game for it seems as if it once gets a good hold on a young man he never lets it alone As an example of this the two nominees for United States senator W O Bradley and J C W Beckham were both in their boyhood pages In the Kentucky house of rep resentatives They both became im bued with politics while associating with the politicians in the legislature and both have followed the game till each is the recognized head of his par ty in Kentucky Bradley was a page In the historical sessions of 186162 being appointed to the position by SergeantatArms John L Smedley Twenty years later in 188182 Beck ham served as page being appointed by William E Railey of Woodford county who was sergeantatarms that session- S S A strong fight is being made espe cially by the Shelby county dairymen against the Simmons bills which seeks to eradicate tuberculosis from dairy cattle by the compulsory admin istration of the tuberculin test under state supervision and providing for an Indemnity not exceeding 50 for each Infected cow that Is destroyed by or der of the state authorities Dr HD Rodman president of the Kentucky Dairymens association and others who have urged the passage of the bill say it is in the interest of public health and Is the only way to secure pure milk Those who oppose the bill say the tuberculin test is not at a1 Infallible and not nearly so good a the bacteriological test and intimate that the bill is really in the interest of the veterinary surgeons The bill is the outgrowth of the campaign In the cities for purer and better milk but it is doubtful about it being passed 5 The following new bills of Import ance have been Introduced the past weektAct providing for official stenograph ers for circuit courts at 1200 per year salary Act to award the deposits in the hands of the state treasurer and sher IlffS to the highest bidder to prevent the opening of the atres on y Act to prohibit any officeholder from serving as committemen for any politi cal party Act to reduce the state tax on in surance prfmiuins from 2 on the 100 to Ion theiOcL Act to regulate the manner la which common carriers shall settle claim for loss of or damage to freight shipped in this state Act to authorize the use of the old state house building In Frankfort for another state normal school Act to provide for better schoolhouses and to establish a state board of construction and inspection for buildingsI the commissioner of agriculture to furnish poison to the tobacco growers of each county and appropriating money to pay expenses of warfare against the tobacco fly The constitution provides that not more tItan two proposed amendments to it can be voted on by the people a anyone election and that the leglsl ture shall not authorize a vote on morr than two amendments at any one session The senate has already passed two bills authorizing votes on two pro posed amendments and therefore can not authorize any more this session unless the house should refuse to con cur In those already passed This cuts off any chance to vote on the amendment which proposes to allow a yot of the whole state on prohibition un til next session One of the two bills passed by the senate proposing an amendment to the constitution is o vital Importance jus it provides for th classification of property for taxation JOHN H STUART CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears ignature ofct8f arlYRisersjpleasant Furniturel r zr r The longfelt want for an uptodate furniture store in Mt Vernon has at last been reJivedand hereafter you will find us in the old brick opposite the Courthouse showing a line of furniture unexcelled in any small town in Kentucky A FEW PRICESBedroom Suits from 1500 to 75 nn Folding Beds from 15 00 to 50 00 v CHAIRS We Lave them at an price you want c Rockers from 150 to JUOO Willow Rockers 3 50 andup Book Cases Desks Ghiff niers Hat Ricks Gen ter and Dining Tables to suit alat reasonable prices CARPETS Our place you will find headquarters for Carpets Mattings and Rugs Examine our line before you purchase C C COXOpposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky P WGreaf R ducflon7iii In order to make rooui for my Spring stock oft Iwill offer for sale for the NEXT 80 I Igoods at COST my entire line of and geys Suits Odctj i Pants Ovepeoats and trens Wraps and ensufUnderwear ilAll IIJjII AC HIATT5 t1 HIATT KENTUCKY t IJ toA 7rycvr fl 1 Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid ied As an investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings fJ account offers a profitable menns to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the j entire amount atany time With a determination to save you G are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the vL bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts 1as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu ar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKYi X32E C rO C ftttttttttttTJttttt1 t1ttt tt1t11t11t 74 1 fAT VERNON CPHET CD 1 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND- EMBALMERS =3 Mt Vernon Ky iSs g COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 I agSS work for the company 33- Ci Orders by wire promptly tilted Hearse sent to all poi- ntsABFURNISHWIHg KRUECER JE Pnone Proprietors 11111111111111111111111 11111111111111111J11il1111111111111l111111111111 I I JJ m T LL4 VERNON SIGNAL IiiVJ3RNON KY Feb 21 L908 Z9 Call up No 79 when you want to Commune cute with SIGNAL 79 dae CDI ILooiVLLC R R J TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 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 Vprnnn Ky Postoffice as sccondclai mail matter PEHSONAL D E Davis spent Sunday at homeMrs W H Carmical continues very sick- Deputy Collector F P Elliott was here Wednesday Mrs Fred Asher is visiting relatives in Laurel county Mrs M B Salin is sufferin from a severe attack of grip Mrs Nannie Harp writes that she landed safely at Los Angeles Mrs Mary Haves of Wildie is visiting relatives and friends here Miss Maranda McKenzie is the guest ol Mrs Jj T Gentry at Leb anon Junction Elmer Lechlieter L N bradkman is spending a few das with homefolks Conn Brown has returned from a several days visit to New Orleacs and other southern points Claude C Cox is acting Cashier cf the Bank during the ahsence of Messrs Richards and Furnish J R Dotson was over from Wildie yesterday and report everything quiet in that section G B Suttou the Bee Lick mer chant was here Wednesday Geo talks of selling out and going west The children of Mr and Mrs A H Hamlin who have been very sick with whooping coughare much better Dr M L Myers was here Sat urday and said that he and Mrs Myers were thoroughly enjoying their winter stay in Louisville They will return to Mt Vernon in May Judge Thomas Z Morrow a stalwart Republican a prince of fine gentlemen anda lawyer of gieat ability was in the city yesterday having come up from Somerset to argue a case before the Court of Appeals Kentucky State Journal Capt M F Smith the L Ns splendid and efficient foremon at this place will leave the first of March for Springfield to take charge of a section We certainly regret to lose Capt Smith for he is the kind of citizens we need in our town and his place well be a hard one to fill Ye editor had the pleasure of spending a few hours with the faa ily of his uncle A W Stewart in their new home in Madison one and threefourth milts from Paint Lick It teems to us that Mr Stewart is fully supplied with every thing necessary to spend his declining years in a well earned rest and pleasure Mrs W R Richards and A B Furnish received a message Mon day announcing the serious illness of their father Mr B F Furish of Gallatine county They left on the early train Tuesday morning LaterMr Furnish died Tuesday nights Cashier W L Rich ards left last night for Gleucoe to atteud the burial which will take place today LOCAL Remember the concert at th Brown Memorial this afternoon a 230 pm On account of the extremely disagreeable weather only a very few ofthe physicians were present to attend the meeting of the Medical Society last week betweevu London Ky and Brodhead con taining 3000 or 3600 in paper t money A liberal reward is offered t Repect fully t A A ALBRIGHT Brakeman i Lebanon Junction KytV Rev Masters is conducting a revival m line lins au iUurc Alrturice Brown has purchased the lot near depot known as the Newcomb corner FoR SALHA number one mare 4 years old Feb 21 3t S H ViARTiM JA H Htitnlin hts thecquvactf- or the logging for the cnmpanv whivh succeeded the Clairfield Lumber Co which bankrupted several months ago Mrs Frank Halcomb died at her home near Pine Sill Monday after an illness of severalmonths of consumption Mrs Halcomb was a daughter of G W Cope The merchant who sends away trim Mime to get his letter hesd etc printed should never find fault with his neighbor who patronizes the mail order house Mrs Eleanor Griffin aged about 80 diedat her home at Pine Hill Wednesday night of the infirmities ansaunt of deputy sheriff G S Griffin U G Baker J Fish S W Davis and W M Poynter eacl have the F P Gas Lights in their business houses The same HpV Christiangiug next week The examining trial of Jud Hatcher will not take place to mom row on account of the wounded boy Charley Thompson not being able to come to court Young Thompson is rapidly recovering and will soon be up Thompsons sister who was slightly wounded at the satire time by a stray bullet was reported not doing so well a few days ago but a later report says she is much better and wM soon be well There is considerable excitement at Berea College on account fa threatened fresh outbreak of spinal leapdhomes Three deaths have recently occurred from the fatal plague There are no cases now in the town but the health au thorities do not know when it may come Its terriblv fatal in its effect The patient after taking it seldom living longer than twentyfour hours There are eight hundred students at the institution An eminent physician is on handwith a serum which is relied upon to combat the disease should it break out again The little son of Judge and Mrs G C Moore of London died this week of this same malady The greatest minds in the med cal prolession in all civilizd coun tries are giving more attention to sanitation than to theoryor in other words to the prevention of diseasesthan to the cure of th m Their achievements in that direction have marked an epoch in the history of civilization Cuba and the Isthmus of Panama have been changed from hot beds of yellow fever and other diseases into com parative healthresortsas free from yellow fever as Kentucky Many malarial districts have been freed from malaria and ty phoid fever is prevented rather than cured Consumption in its early stage is curable and in most case is preventable Dry clean houses with clean well kept out buildings clean streets and alleys proper drainage and sewerage and the water supply kept free from contamina tion will plac Mt Vernon back in the column it occupied in the U S census report 1890 namely the healthiest locality in the United States Almost daily we hear such questions asked as why dont the trustees have certain hog pens re moved or certain portions of the street cleaned up or some par tictlar stable taken oft the street Very pertinent questions But the very people who ask these quest ions frequently have something under ther ionirolequally as had abatedebacktit is a dead letter Then let each of us begin to pluck the beam from our own eye that we may see more clearly how to aid our brother to uIs as at once to put our premises in order And if need be help our neighbor do the same Any ordinance touching upon goodIpromptly and cheerfully r r eeeveeee eo e rrorrreere t10 0 0 0 0 raC I 0 0 0 0eeA0OG6A0eeDe0ee9A0eseeeeeeeOfeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e eeee000eeeeeeeeee0ee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeOeAeeee9ee QCfSCJQc0000 ee H0SlOear ee ee e til ao II Some y t Talk Vhese Days About Economy iwoe e I e eA Prices eufc on Hens and ea Boys Suits e usa Nearly one fourth off f eaJQQ o o soe a L ok for this label on collar roe U8e 8 o 0 00 e eoe aAp 00 aaeaeaaAAaA VAVWV SfflOD B aeu w J- re8 e o buce o See 1oadas ee o Brand costs no more isteoopguaranteed oar 3s QSSSneee4 uoateaao G31t1eoeoonooaedesooeoosooooeeeeeo 0 ae 0 e00000eOSeo00Y00000090000eo e I love to see the green grass grow II I love to see the roses I love to ride in themFisher Buggies For when then go theygoesesHUGH Word reached here a few days since of the marriage of Mr E J Ham a to Mrs Rose Gleason of New Hope Eugene is one of Rock castles most deserving young men and we join with his host of friends in this county in extending to him and his our very best wishes Did you ever notice that the fellow who never subscribed for and the fellow who dont have time to read newspapers is the one who gets it in the neck He is the fellow that is talked into buying gold bricks He is the fellow tha t keeps the confidence men sleek and fat He is the fellow that pays two prices for an article that some slick agent brings around We could fill a big book with ac count of how he is fleeced by not reading and kreping posted We once knew a man who paid 2sc for Concord grape vines wheu kz coul have bought them for 5c a piece or 3 for a hundred We kne another man who paid 2 for two vines when he could have them at the nurstry for loc range peddler once solda30 range to a man for 80 The range man put up at the best hotel and his expenses for team was large yet the man who was too buisy to rea took the bait when he could have saved 50 by trading with his home dealer who any ioyeaivold child ought to know could sell cheape- than a man whose expenses in hauling range day after day from house to house could sell it But the fellow who hasnt time to read is the one that doesnt know ho to think when these slick ducks come around after their money and he goes down in his jeans and hands it over The Item reader- are too well posted to feed They dont swallow all the fis stories peddled around by the limber tongued gentry that live off those innocent souls who bav Hno timejo read and dont tak any paperBurnside Item Maybe your being economical yourself Its a good thing jW Jbelieve in it but its best to be clear as to what economy is i Economy isnt buying cheap stuff because its low priced nor paying too much for good stuff because its good Realeconomy is measured by comparing what you get with what it costs t a question of proportion no price Thats why you ought to buy our SHIELD BRAND stTloiYou get better value and bigger returns from your money in these goods than any other THE FOUNTAIN OF GOOn CLOTHING is the hidden pointsthe material that the fabric depends upon to hold it in shape to make it stay where the tailor cut and fitted itLET US SHOW these POINTS IN OUR SUITS and OVERCOATS Our Spring Clothes are coming soon and we are closing out all our Winter goods at reduced prices to make room for them If you want the bestin Everything to Wear Come to s e All around the corner MAIN CHURCH ST e eaS ee e e oeAeemesseeeOeeeAe e 00 e 0 o e e e e e e a eef 1 I want whai I want when I want it what I want is one of Hughs nice Fisher Buggies FOR SALESeveral dwellings hotel and store room in Livingston Address MRS SUE MULLINS feb 6tf Livingston Ky FARM FOR SAL I 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 April1st will be sold a bargain Address W B SIGMON Wildie Ky NOTICE Those holding claims against the estate of the late J C Childress Jeceased will present same to me within the next thirty days properly proven Also those indebted to him will please settle same T S LANGFORD admr Feb2i 31 Wildie Ky Acting Gov Cox has appointed ofdMonticello special judge of the ofwthe Commonwealth against R oftSeptemberA roughtbBoyd for 30000 damages for the killing of her husband land in the Boyddlate Judge Robert Boyd to recover a portion of the estate weeksryou would trade you anew Fisher BugI gie to your red roan or blue cow one man bought trie a nice red cow and I put him in a nice Buggy and wilewa man could be Another man came into my office and said he did not have a cow to correspond with the colors that I advertised for but said he shad a nice black cow I told him broughtha nice Fisher Buggy and I will say to you he was so overjoyed he had theeregardlessetry to make you all happy HUGH Mt Vernon Ky 8soe8eeeoeeeseeeeesesoaeeeoseeoAeoeeooo FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres located near Pongo in the southern part of the county There are 75 acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whith oak Splendid four room residence necessary outbuildings withI store room and blacksmith Well watered with two never fail ing welts within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Convenient to school house postoffice and church and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particul address A B FURNISH rsI Feb 14tf Mt Vnrnon FOR RENTMy hotel at Liv tngston AddressMRS MUfLINSI feb 6 tf Livingston Ky VPY Absolutely Puree i roe se Just the for I a few left Prices cut 2o ea iThis is the Shoe you may return if it I Iee IS =3CI 8e FOR farm of 200 acres in the Eastern part of the county 130 acres in cultivation So 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 E 1 in Hand MT KY FOR SALE Thirty shoats which will average about 60 Ky or Grapes the most healthful h4Wof comes the ichief ingredient of ROYAL time Overcoats Only lea- ksPrice 0oo9oeoeeeoeeaeeeeeoeeeee00000 SALEMy CLAYTON Watchmakerand Bargains Second Watches VERNON BULLOCK1263t From fruits SSSO RAKNG9POWDENj The only baking powder R made from Royal Grape Creamvof Tartars v iad11 Costs a little more than the Injurious alum or phosphate of time powders but with Roy you are sure of pure r t1tV roJ herlthMfoodJ r Who Will Be- President This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCurserJournalHenry Waterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly Courier Journal But you can get that paper and the Mt Vernon Signal Both one year for 1 50 If you will give or send your order to this paper Not the Courier Journal DAILY COUJUERJOUIlNAJglg 600 a year J SUNRAY COUIIIERJOUIINAI 200 a vear We can give you a combination f cut rate on these if you willwriter this paper FOR SALE 5000 Rods Ameri can field fence specification ana price quoted on request Mail orders solicitedW G NICSLEY Feb 63t Berea K- yUNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county Allorders by wire promply filled W AQOX d M t Vernon K- 4SPhone k4Ii I a iiifPl f iI- IiiIooiooooooOaOC ooo ogtQeaQto oo zbonrt neglect your cough 0 1Statistics show that in New York City 0 z alone over 200 people die every week from O consumption 00 Sgzwarning cough to You know how quickly Scott s Emttfoion enables you to throw off a cO coughor cold 0OJ ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 0 6 6 6 6 6 66 6 666 METROPOLITANT- HE BEST PLACE IN IIOCKCASTLE TO BUY jrugs Stationery Qigarp Yabceo paint s Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Speciaff S C DAVIS Prop l P HNNo 53 MAIN STRFETiIIT YEIINON Jf 3K GRANVILLE OWENS I 1UNER1AER I I Brodhead c1 In 1 I I NEW FLORIDA ORLEANS AND VIA QUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE II 1 Winter Tourist Tickets For foforiMtiOM auJ lint of boteU address B Co KING Co P ST A Ill MaIn St lexlngton Ky I lETRICH Schemes of this class have again gullibleinvestors innocent business concerns as is always the ease of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh in inind it i h an p rtuua moment to consider causeS and means to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin cinnati Enquirer From its columns one can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by andfinalAgain you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of all business from the retailer to United States Government Also Current News facts and re 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 is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people ill 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 ratesDo not overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in pros perity any of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable ources of information FOR RENT House Rood gar den 6 or 7 acres of the best lane for rent to some man with smal family Place located betwetr Pine Hill and Sinks Plenty of work handy the year round For particulars canon J T MEADOWS fi neHillIcy isr COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled7 WITHOUT CHANGE 19071Good I QUICK DROPS q pJofA PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM KeuralglaKidney drad Qlaaasa GIVES QUICK RELIEF App1fedeXternaUyit affords almost In stant from pain while permanent internallythe poisonous substance and removing itfrom the system BLANDorI had been sulrerer fora numberot rears andlegsgather from medical works and also consulted with a number of the best physicians bnt found from6D1tOP9toe rheumatism and kindred diseases DRCLGATESlI- ancocklI1nn writes weakbackeaulCdbycould not stand on her feet The moment they put her doirnon the floor she wouldscreamwltn todaysheI prescrIbe 6DBOPS for and It practiceFREE RheumatismLumbago Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE iumcocaineand other similar ingredients Large Size Bottle BDROPS Doses 910O ForSalcbyDrnesUU S COMPANYDept43 AGENTS WANTED To take rders for household toilet and omissiouxpress Write for terms R D IcCollom Oo Richmond Ky fOLEnIlOnYMDTAR oit i wZ j20 iIlI ti130PVIL 4l fjMsles are prevalent in tl is vicinity The fatuities pf J D Rindall DavidBales and Logan Sewell are all confined while many others hive been exposed to hem Win Price vi ho recently purchas ed the slock of merchandise be lunging to the late B Mc Hargue ems u lIt doing a lively business Perry Jane of Madison eonniy h is sold his farm here to Willis So rd consideration 3000 J 1 Fulcher of Somerset has purchased the sti of goods at Grundy belonging to Lis father andwill also add a new line in connection and continue to sell atI the old stand A tenant house belonging to S B Miller and being occupied by IIlastof the coutentsweresavedStai y iIel rio and wife have returned from Bloomington Ill and are h Justkeepiug near his fathers Miss Lola Lovell left last Thursday for Atlanta Ga where she wi enter schoolMrs Ina Sears wl o haS been spending a few days with friends at Whitley Station his re turned homeMiss Nannie Bingham was called to the bedside of her sister Miss Dial who lr very sick at SomersetRoscoeJ- ames of Grnndy recently pur chased the farm of G T Barnett Price 3250 Mr Barnett has one to Iowa to look him out a Randall who has been at ceiding soool at Berea is at home indergoing a seige ot mea lesIVni Price has moved his family rom Cress to Shopsville having ented the property mill etc wereEsau Wright and wife hat eturned from near Jellico Tenn where Mr Wright has been en aged in the timber businessS- B Miller made a business trip U derea a few days ago g THE JUMPING OFF PLACE Consumption had me in iU rasp and I had almost reached be jumping off place when I was- idvised to try Dr Kings New hscovery and 1 want to say right remedir coughs and c olds and healer o veak sore lungs and for pretend- ug pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50C hnd 81oo at Chcs 0 Davis drug store Trial bottlt fre Baron Kogoro Tukahira the net Japanese Ambassador to Washing on arrived in New York Sundax i said that the Japs knew nothii j Ifa break in the cordial relatioi s with the United States dndOol1 tithe idea of war sa iug it would hi he most inhuman event ia th orlris hisory and was too hellisH to be though of At times when you dont feel just right when you have a good stomach tape something righ away that will assist digestion not something that will stimulate for a time but something that will positively do the very work that she stomache 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 ahd contain the same juices founn in a he lthv stomach Each dose will digest more than 3000 grains of good fond ft is sure to afford prompt relief it digests whot you eat and is pleasant to take Sold by Chas Q Davis yr The funs al ofltlp sent ltie Virgil McKnigh of Mason whose death occurred chuntyI Frankfort was held in wasIlature adjourned sntil Thursday out of respect hi memory and a committee was appointed to at tend the funeral Another com mittee will submit appropriate solutions Ioas oaJABoars Signature of 1Tha lara Boop Everything taken into the stomach should be digested fully within a certain time When you eel that your stomach is not in good order that the food you have eaten is not being digested take a goodnatural 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 hereby Chas Q Davis 7 i l h It Your Own Hair a r Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do its Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May tree acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years fiIMadoY lJers I The Midwinter Ttt Which is the rush term peas January 21 Do you want t be a vorknp lit in the livliest mojt ambitious iuhu5asMc an i pr fessional bud of teachers ever gathered togethei for study in Eastern Kentucky If so gee vour County Supers endant now about an appointment to free tuition if you hav tat alre dy done so and write he Presi lent of the E K S N S or a cttalog telling him wha tudies you desire jfr Address R N Roark- Richmond Ky Ores containing gold silver anc opper have been found in the cel abrated Culebra cut of the Panams Canal SUFFERING DOLLARS SAVEDE Loper of Marill NYsays I am a carpenter and ar had many severe cuts her bt Bucklvns Arnica Salve It ha 1nis by far the best healing salve hive ever found Heals burn sots ulcers tever sore ecxemr and piles 25c at Chas C Davij Vernon Monurnenil- WORKS 1M ani facturer of nn DKLER in Marbles an Grange Monuments ofall kit ds Estimates furnished on application sv 1M tell rlJ s fron tfttHit IIChenDcrthan wood Will last a lifetime t I IWARl w CINCINNATI O Our Banns of lies Fence sows our eats lode prices will stufzue yew Can sad US ALS AGENT POt Stewarts Iron Fences GEORGE OWENS Propr CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERsBABbER ti VI 3x s- iWALLPAPB j ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed j J16 J Ll it U11 FI LANGFORDI imlPTOIIIv e E Pr actor Friday Mr arvcl Coffey isiso he c ail get out ag tin but his speeh doss not improve much D L C irv r has been very sick for the past week but is getting some better The Ken tricky Free Stone quarry men an all idle fora few days on account ot Mie illness of D L CarterMri and Mrs Charlie Coffey went tot Berea Friday to spend a few days ith their sister Mrs P L Nash Thomas Branamans1 family have bten on the sick list this week Frank Leger lost a good mare ThursdavnightYou about needing county work done if there ever vas a county road bridge needed it is hert at LangfordMrs James Reynolds is still improving Jones Proctor left Saturday to ke his brother Read who has had the misfortme of losing his little scn Chester But our loss is Heavens gain We sympathize with the bereaved ones as we have ex perienced the same misfortune Mrs Tilman Coffey was called toI the bedside ol her daughter iarfield Clark who was very sick W H Bakers family have re covered George Mullins went to Jellico last week to visit his aunt Irs Vina Cook and reports them vtILLook out for frost the i4th f May as you heard if thunder on he 14thof Feb That denotes rost in MayMrs W H Baker nd daughter went to M t Vernon to have some dental work done Monday NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE Mrs E D Charles ot Harbor Maine speakingof Electic Bitters ays It is a neighbcrhood jvorite here with us It deserves to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney derange nent malnutrition nervousness debilityItsthorough purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold Davistrug store soc The government will ustitute proceedings against the Sou kern Pacific Railroad Company and certain officials on the charge that they paid rebates to shippers STRAYEDBlue andwhitspotted heier head mostly blue soon be two years old Has been gone since last July Liberal r Vard for her return or informa tion leading to her recovery J R REAMS Orlando Ky R W DYCHE B M T I g T7 MT VERNON KY 03ica inf 1usitCourth use All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory and Bridge ork a aSpecialty Brodhead JVlartc WorkS BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L M YERS Dentist in East Chest nut Street- Louisville KvI alIllonthC C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT J OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 8- oUndertaker 3 CMcCLARY Embalmer qfflptete LINE of Caskets Robes c rdelS by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky 4 SS88fflGASTORIA S SSSSSSS SSJSJSS beeninIsonalbutExperimentsInfants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE J CASTORIA ALWAYS IBears the Signature of I The Kind You Have Always Bought vi In Use For Over 30 Years ftp Or- s ccc iml The New Store s Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Vheat Evap n r orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefstt3akland Meats of all kinds All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 W H CARMCAL Vernone COiMt Vernon r Afv J tIq A t7ty JONAS McKEZVE g cant afford to Miss the old reliable Store W i SV SPRING and SUMMER f iYon00 Sr Staple and Fancy Notions f We carry no shoddy gecondLand auction sale goods only the best such as we can con yl sciontiously recommend to our customers tourJONAS McKENZIE f WASTING STRENGTH Women who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable painful weakening female complaints will find that Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all their ills It acts directly upon all the delicate inflamed cloggingmatterscanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc Also relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness irritability etc If you need advice write us a letter telling us all your symptoms We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN 100 BOTTLES eel WROTE YOU for advice and by following It and taking Cardui my Female Troubles WallaceUvacaAU WINE OF CARD 01 Ybi