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TT X w7 IVOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROGKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY EEB 28 1908 NUMBER 28 1 w W w i A11 D- Aaii LOUDJ i Dont forget yourcashp these are kas prices j iFor next 30 daysJ I wil all J 10 cent articles at 7 cts r IQCtSfIQOu JQCtS j I u1 110 I MENS nooOj Suits worth 1500 now 1200 iSuits worth 1200 now 900i ISuits worth 800 now 650w 550Ir Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS5 14 Suits from So cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants r 50 cents now 39 cents H prices on Shoes the same other goods Come asic they lastW I r Don t forget tieCash I 7 SKIRTS Ii A lot of Ladies Skirts were I 3to 4 now 150 to 2 50 fa great bargain f RUBBERS 5 I i A fine lut of new Rubbers TT from the factory at cutrj i prices Infact everything isj w U 9n per cent i less i hat regularf price V I A lot 9fJ innliuit and j S Rug- sCOMENQW j i L 1i X GTJdHNSOl4 j B K STORE Mt Vernon K- ysr J I t FridayUuui I ira iRl1all B ROD IfE AD Among the oucj overlooked that attended Walter Hunts funeral from tiwereLebanon Junctimaud who floral designs were Thos W Capps Otto Reynolds and Walter Miller who were overlooked from last week George M Berry of LexI hifjton visited Mr and Mrs JI Thos Cherry first ofweekThe meeting at the Baptist church is still in res awl n ihJo id is being Rev accOlnphshedI meeting at Conway and is now atI Pine lull conducting a meeting scribe in company with three and three saints had the leasure of taking dinner with W T Evans and his most estimable family last Saturday and certainlyc enjoyed the day as well as fiue dinnerHomer H Walleu was up from Somerset firs of weekH- F Brooks was in Stanford on business first ofweek Mrs W A Hunt is in Louisville having her honsehold goods shipped here and she will become a residence of our town We gladly welcome her among usMiss Montye Martin of Mt Vernon visited her cousin Miss Gertrude Martin at this place Saturday and Sunday Rev Masters preached a very able sermon xt the Christian church last Sunday morningRev- A J Pike filled his appointment at Freedom last SundayMisses- Uta Hutcheson of Oventon Alzi Thompson of Mt Vernon and Carrie Frith of Gum Sulphur have returned h ome after a few days the guests of Mesdames JWand H H Hutcheson Born to jlie wife of Arch Albright a son WilliamJoppiwas at SundayMrs Granville Owens was called to Sayers Tuesday to attend the bedside of her niece Mrs SamSayers who is very sick O dLANGFORD D L Carter has got about well aRfiinMr Geo Taylor remains helplessMessrs Marvel Coffeyi and Anderson Proctor improving Mrs Marvel Coffey has grip W T Sharp and family ara suffering from gripMrs W H Baker visited relatives at Pine Hill Saturday and SundayMrsJ- ames Reynolds is still on the mend Mrs Henry Leger visited the family of Robert Leger Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Baker were in Mt Vernon Monday on business W A Proctor and wife visited on Skeggs Creek Saturday andSunday- CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A FAVORITE- We pref Chamberlains Coug to any other for our children 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 For sale by Chas C Davis Intense interest is being taken i Mason county in the nominations to be made by the Democrats an Republicans of candidates to d the seat in the House made vacant by the death of Virgil McKnight It is thought that nearly ever voter in thecounty will be iu Maysville Tuesday to have a say in the making of the nominations NEGLECTED COLDS THREATEN LIFE FROM THE CHICAGO TRJBUNE i It Dont trifle with a cold is goodadvice for prudent men and women It may bevital in the case vetilation u g are the proper safeguards again coldsIf they are maintain through the changeableweather ofl I autumn winter and spring t chances of asurprise from ordinary colds will be slight But the ordiniary light cdld will become severe if neglected pnda w ell thegermsto the bee The greatest menace to child life at this season of the coldIis or e V cold slight brseverethe verY best tfeatment thift eon he adopted l nO JtemedItat y popularity and immense sale of x ed attainb3 ll meat A cold never results in pueuniqni when it is Fpr sale by CLasC Davisrg NEWS ITEMS Victor F Bradley who has 1sailedAugust for Hong Kong and Baltimore is believed to have been lost Near Cambridge a city car telescoped in interurban car A woman was killed and 15 other persons injured five it is thought fatally Stuyvesant Fish former presi dent of the Illinois Central says the contest with the Harriman forces for controle of the railroad is closed It took 25 years to build up a churchof six members in China but since 1900 there have been 50000 natives converted to Christianity The railroads which are askirg- an extension ot the time for put ting the ninehour law into effect will be given a hearing before the Interstate Commerce Commission on Tuesday jcountyjRepresentativespecial registration has been ordered by the Sheriff A wagonloid of men and girls was run down by a train at a crossing in West Nyack N Y Four of the party were killed out right two died a few minutes later and three others are in a serious conditionS Murchinson a Negro crazed by drink shot two other negroes and then killed Chief of Police Benton at Fayetteville NC The Negro was captured after being shot by Bentons 16 yearold son sad the mi Ht t vasr ordered out to protect him from a mob Nunzio Nazi who was at one time the Italian Minister of Public instruction was Monday sentenced eleven months and twenty days n prison for continued peculation from the State treasury This sentence was handed down by the Senate sitting as a high court after long deliberation Nazi is interdicted from holding public office for four years and two months A special from Louisa says that Thomas Hatfield of Pike county who was caught by feudenemies in the mountains along Trigg river in West Virginia two weeks ago bound to a tree and left to die of exposure diedat a hospital there having been found and brought to Louisa from West Vr ofhthe Hatfield clan in the famous HatfieldMcCoy feud A few days ago the State Journal published a letter from a friend in the n district stating that Con gressman Edwards fearful that Caleb Powers may be pardoned in Congresss todtoI1prrmary same friend now sends the follow absorbingYinterest Following the advice sent you a few days ago DC Edwards has taken the reins in his own hands and called on the chairmen of the different county committees to meet and calla regardIlessThe majority of the county chair men are Edwards friends and funedis State Journal rCHILDS RIFE SAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDYeMrs John Et1glehar4t of Gera Mich tells of the anxious mon dts spent over her little two yearold daughter who had taken a hard cold resulting in croup She says UI am satisfied that if it had not been for Chamberlains Cough Remedy she would have choked to death I give this medicine every ten minutes and she soon began t0 throw up the phlegm I can recommend it in the highest as I have another child that wa byChas1 w Established I the sell 50u were fresh soonKentucky 33 1 l O tt LADIES JACKETS t Just received a shipment Our stock is new again BLACK rAN and BRO VN at 5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come and see them f before you buy elesewhere z z a 5 Jj I OVERCOATS2 faultless brand from 4 to CIO The best in the land Ifamous SUfTS I V The famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever day in any color from 5 to 15 in men and boys sizes j S tJ i T iThe SHOES iWALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear andstyle j j RUBBERSJ j Cyclone Rubbers and Feltw j ootsir C lk Phone 87 ij F KWJEGER S5oN 4 j Mt Vernon Kentuckyi J 3 3 3 A j i AT COST SALE I have about 100 pairs of the best Shoes and Rub hers on the market and some men and boys Clothing and hats which I offer for cost and carriiige as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom business CALICOES I also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent peryard If you needanything in these lines it willcertainly pay you to see our line before you buy F RASHER WEST MAIN STREET OUR COMMENT ON IMPOR TANCE OF SANITATION IN- DORSED BY A SUBSCRIBER EDITOR SIGNAL Dear Sir Your article in last issue on sanitation if 1 may presume to name it was both timely and bylourupon pure air the fresh sparkling limestone water and some II germ destroying element in the soil to keep us TheseIpopulation with its probable con tamination of that excellent water supply the percolation of fever germs through this nitrogenous soil and the viciated air that must come from hogpens unclean stables filthy streets and alleys and private premises worse than all the othe- things combined must and will produce its dire results Moreover it is a fact that we have not always been as secure as we imagined membraneousscroup should be as rare here as Bubonic Plague or Asiatic cholera 1887 it our homes and the surroundings were what we could easily make themMost of us can recall the precious lives that were sacrificed to indo lence and ignorance in the past Every case of dyptheria in this vicinity in the last twenty years was preventable Ifwe cannot plead ignorance a fearful responsi bility rests upon us or if it is our privilege lo know better and we refuse or neglect to learn the re sponsibility is equally as great Then Mr Editor your article will bear a second reading and we hope to see more of the same kind A SUBSCRIBER While administering the sacra ment at early mass in a Denver church Father Leo Heinricis was shot through the heart and instant ly killed by Giuseppe Guarnacco an Italian anarchist who had kzrae- lat the altar and received the conse crated wafer so he could assassinate wars arrested and narrowly escaped be ing lynched said be had a grudge against all priests For fear o mob violence the prisoner was re moved to Colorado Springs ORLANDO Rev Fred Jones preached a very interesting sermon at Maple Grove teenlandMr and Mrs Elmer Williams Sat urday and Sunday John McNew and wife who have been quite sick with the grip are improvedMrs WEffie Ballard of near Roberta was visiting relatives at this place from Saturday until MondayJoe Mar tin is moving his family to Lilly Mrs Hettie Mason and Mrs Lizzie Ball were visiting in Mt Vernon Monday and TuesdayJ- M Caswell was at Wildie between trains Saturdav The little child of George Rector of Johnetta is very sick with tonsilitisGran vine Cox and wife of Wildie were LaswellIiMrs and Mrs David Laswell and Mrs Effie Ballard were the welcome guests of Dr and Mrs Laswell SundayMrs Mat Jones who has been very si k for several weeks is improving Mrs Rachell Reams and Ada Proc tor were visiting Mrs Dora Ball Monday Uncle Elijah Abney who is very old and feeble and has been confined to his bed nearly all winter is able to be out again Mrs Bettie Anglin is somewhat improved at this writing Gilbert Robinson of Altamont who is re covering from a siege of tvphoid fever was at Brush Creek Tuesday FOR RUNTMy hotel at Liv tngston Address MRS SUIT MULLINS feb6 tf Livingston Ky SUFFERtThe quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm makes it a favorite with sciaticaflame ForIsaleC sR osir a t8erlt it J lied Han kdil r SY 2I L oqwr 9 t 4 w IT V q == MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 28 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KI yarcKY IRKSS ASSOCIATI ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Cow ty Court Clerk sbject to the action o the Republican partytWe arc authorized to anuounc FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate foi County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party IN our town these days we oftei see faces that are strangers to us faces that are not familiar in ot townPeople from distant parts of ou county from other towns and other localities some near some tar come in to inspect and ascertair personally the worth and reliability of the pledges that are made from time to time to the public b means of extensive advertising bj poster notices and in the local pa perGenerally thoje strangers au heavy buyers and return home ward jvvallsatisfied with the result of their long hip This i the finest apd highes recommendation that can be giver to our business men and should i the source of their Keenest pridt and gratification Improves that they have backed up their prQmisgs and redeemer their pledges and that they were tkble to as they hoped meet the ex pqptatious f of those who respond to their invitations and took then at their word It proves further that these tnessgges to the public jn one form or the othernewsp- aper ads and poster noticesIa ic bringing them the results in the form of increased popularhy increased lnubr of customers and increased business If it werenot so why then these Sti angers faces in pur town these daysWhy then the rush of busi ness these dayj2 Why then the people travel so far from distan localities to do business here I ere 3lld here jn distant locali ties are still to be found little miser ty business men who have not yet learned the great lesson of busi ness jrprogression but generally they lean against deserted counters and sooner or later go to the wall Business progression these days is activity expansion The business man must speak to the people or they wilj not speakto him He owes it to the people and the people ate entitled to know what he has to offer them if be will not keep in touch with them and keep them enlightened regarding his busines they will reciprocate his slight They will not keep in touchwith him and he does not deservg it The new and just demand of the people to be recognized by the bus inesH man and to be informed from time to time regarding his ac tivities constitutes the most desir able the most legitimate kind of advertisingIt in opposition to trickandwild cat advertising has the usefulness and brawn ofsincer iiyand finds stability in sound jeason jn justice aud in good bus mess principle The optimisttwhjJe he sees much of the evil sees also much 9L he good jJe sees more of the beauty bais more of the music his mental vision is keener hisI spiritual insight deeper promIiseand temptations come he stands squarely in his path and by at titude and expression declares his firrn belief in that ultimate good Ho has many experiences and sometimes he fails but he rises stronger in resolution for having discovered a weakness There is in him something that never yields He looks apon evil as something to overcome He makes effort In proportion 9 this does he elevate himself to a hiLlier plane of Jiie He has a mission in ths worldnn proceeds to do his wotz TI is is usually done without deraorstra tion His force is like the suiline forces oJ the univrseient b t always acting Like tier pessimV his life and thouglitsare contagious uuhke the pessmist he is ahvyv welcome If the two comes face to face he will never ykld to the latters influence He knows that ernal truth and gnodiess a e vorkiqg through him Rldhe elieves in theirultimtte triumph The special menage of the Gov rnor on tbe su jcct uppermost in the minds of Kentuckians carat not moment too soon if indeed 1ierej- vas ever a time when his recom nendatious on that subject could hive any practical effect on tbe present General Assembly If the CourierJournal ttere dis oosed to criticise the disappointed fforts of an Executive who seems o be striving to do his duty in a d fficult situation it might say that his message would have been mote impressive if instead of rambling hr ugh several thousand words it ias been a trumpet call for a thousand The Governors first message to the General Assembly contained the recommendation of a law which oaght to have been pissed before this providing for a change of v me in the investigation and jrosecution 01 the niglu riders rimes thus removing the es from local fear and favor Tii recornmencLUjn lie reiterates and he regrets that it is so late in tt e session that it will be difficult to et any such law through as ii i ems now if there is any material pposition but the condition of anarchy prevailing in nearly a hird of the State pualying the nforcement of the laws making his measure vital to the liberty oJ he people and therefore more im ortaut than any and every other luty of the General Assembly irle also urges an appropriation of not less than 25000 to enablehim o employ sufficient force to find arrest and secure the punishment f the men guilty of these crimes and to bring to an end the ruinous disorder which effects the Common vealth The Governor has exert istd every power given to him under the peoples law to uphold the law and will continue to do so he writes The legislative department no doubt is animated by the wise to dc thesame thing If the legislativcI ieptnent is animated wish7 it is time it were demonstra ting the fact If Governor Wilson really expects any help from the General Assenbly he must have reasons for that expectation which are not apparent at this distance from Frankfort It is not comprehensible here howsnch help can be ocunted on from aj boly which although its session has nearly ex pired has not done a thing to met t the crisis andre e m the State from anarchy a body which h ss shown no clearer conception of the problem than to confine its con sideration of it to stich buncombe as that embraced in the McChord bill and whose interest so far seems to have been ensjrissed in proposed liquor lgisliion thn would enable Keotuckiaus to deprive their neighbors tp their rights by ballots as the night riders seek to do by bullets At any rate the Governor passt s the responsibility for current Kukluxism to the Gtue Assembly Perhaps itwil prove equal to that responsibility whet the people take the trouble t make it plain to its members that there are more voters in Kntuckv who will vote against a man wh o counternances Kuklmcism than there are who will vote for him The Governor makes other recommendations in his mes age some of which arc good But what does it matter what the Legis latnre does or fails to do so long as it desuothing to restore Ken Uickys right to the title of a sovereign State Courier Journal It is now definitely known that deLls have been closed for a por tion of the Equitytobacco at Win Chester and it is believed at least 100000000 will be Lofsales have been made to independi eut buyers Representatives of the1 American Tobacco Company are in Winchester inspecting the tobacco but are not known to have made any purchases so far J V A special irom Frankfort savs- jlMieyouhjjt ipyever received at the pettntnry to don stripes was brcu4irio day by the sheriff of HSrland coYtsUy He is Iftoiuas fhipsou IDlthirttl earsI sejTencedto seryeiivo years or minder He killed another UullbV bfawh1tringhim in the vde with a sto te Tae jury is sjid to hae been inclined to be lenient with the little fellow but the dead boy slather an influential nun is said to have demanded that theImade to send him to the R lon School at Lexington but that- institution is crowded and he niay havto serve his sen teimchere IThe subcommittee from tie Hutie Committee on Agriculture and 0 mmiueo on Revenue and Trxatir to which wzs referred- ihe flttUirU5 rills repeating arid mending the dog tax law unanimously agreed on a substitute billIt DIO ides that each head of a family shall he allowed one dg without the payment of any thY and tor each admiioual dog 35 cent tax shall be paid instead f the present i tax1 on each dg It is also greed that the tax shall be paid into the County Treasury and alter aii sheep indeinuites are pai the remainder shall be used fat nublie schooi or road pu poses as the Fiscal Court my determine The members of the dog committee believe the submute bill will placate factions At times vtien you dgjTt fCtl just right when you have a goou stomach bi1F somfiii rigl1 away that will assist digestion not s Hll thing hat will stimulate for a tine IMH iii uiciiiiiig that will p sitively do the very woik thu- S storuache performs undc orJinary and normal conditions soinethiug thUjviil make the food liye do lius you uiust tak- a na ural digesiant like Kodol FOJ Dv uipsia Kodol is a scientific prepaniUtfu atga lc acids win nit ral leiammts tiiii contains tbe same juices tounu ltfa healthv suja Eac doe will digest msi thin Qotgruii1s of good food It is siite to afford prompt relief it digests whot you eat anc to pie nnt to take S by Chas C Davis Ina letter iuMressea co Wt O Bradlev J CiW Bepkhani admits that SpeakerV Gooch arDitrarly jdjijurned the Hodseto prevent a report on tle contest cases finr says tie applautliHii speaker fo riis act The letter renews the rojOdiiou to have only peffunc ory ballots under the cohutyuiti nii is disposed fal1d huge Brjdiey with having made a deal with the whisky interests Aiirirew Carivill givi 5600 for the couiiiictiou o library buiklsngs at the two State normal schools if the Legislature wih make appropriations in ac cordance with his requirements Handbills bffering rnducemeuts to tolfacco growers to move to Ohio were distributed at Lexing ton Those who accept the offer ie promised assistance ani are issured of landon which to piant DeWitts Carboiized Witch Hazd Salveis best for cuts burns boils brushes and scratches I tis especially good for piles Sold bj Chas C Davis tOWJ to Gure CtY in pafion disorderovereat overdrink worry too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and constipationcomes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinionof thousands there is no DrCaidwellscan obtain for 50 cents or 1 at a drug store We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do is theixoiisrmorningatyourheadreturnedtakenmorebadwhennohesitanoyhetrankly3cimits oforderwithout doubt the best cure for occasional or biliousnesslaundicediarrhea and similar digestive Ills in old oryoung It isa thousand times better than saltsor purgative waters acts gently but surely is p to the taste does not gripe and cures ntly tltiIht TESt Ivellbyaddressing thosewinCentlestYdtTHEPU8Uaprodudbeis Co3I HI Sold by CHAS C DAVIS i J V AN iXTRA SESSION Kurhor Now Has It That Kentucky KeptILITTLE BEING ACCOMPLISHED Senatorial Deadlock and Tension Over Local Option Bill Have Put the Brakes on All thepNormal Activities of the Present Assembly All the Interests Appear to Be Fighting for Delay ancLthe Session Is Merely Dragging Along Frankfort Ky Feb 25one woufd think the senatorial fight had become a staler and linlntergjitlng subject in Frankfort by this time but It is near ly the sole topic of conversation now just as it was the first week in Jan mary in every itttle coterie of politi cans that happen together in the ho tels every day and night The deadlock still continues and the death of Representative McKnight of Mason county seems to have made no change in the situation except that it now takes one less to elect than It did be fore M Knlghts death Beckham lost another Vote when Representative Aruett of Covington Voted for Con gressman Ollie James but as long as Lane of the Democrats who desert Beckham vote for Bradley the dead lock will continue The county unit local option bill is still hanging fire and it is still asserted that upon its fate will depend the result of the sena torial race The legislative session will und by linl4tation on March 17 so that only aboiltthree weeks more re SENrO CONN LINN President PrYTCm of the Senate 1S main in w1ti tcP do anything All the interests appear to be fighting for delay Motions to adjourn early each day without doing any real work are constantly adopted As a result all the bills wilt bo jammed together the last ten dais of the session and some vicious legislation will likely be en acted There is some talk of an extra session beinifj called but It is not believed that Governor Willscn will can one unless this appropriation to com plete the new statehouse falls to pass and even that may not induce him to call one 1 The senate has passed by a unanimous vdte the Renaker bill providing a pens1ontofindigent and disabled Confederate veterans The provisions of the bill are carefully guarded and no one can receive 125 per year It he has as much S600worlh of prop erty nor if he has a member of his immediate family that is able to take care of him A board of investigation In each county is provided for and each applicant for a pension must have his case passed on by this board favorably before he can draw the pen sion from thetate The bill does not conflict or interfere with the Confed VaUeyIthouse of representatives wth but little opposition and an amendment may be adopted providing that any servant who accompanied his master while serving in te Confederate amy and who is indijrent or disabled may also be Piititlfd to Hponsion This provi sion was in the bill as first presented sectionIen out hasIareIpeal of thdlaw and a number of memo sinceIstitute which met here last week with an attendance of about 200 from allover the state adopted by an almost unanimous vote a resolution calling upon the legislature not to repeal the repealhowevermands for the passage of the bill and It may be pushed through yet There seems to be something c r- OUSt not to say penurious about the Kentucky legislatures or rather some cf the Kentucky legislatures When KEE l lJdiEN HOUSEJ Everybody Is welcome that way only w enour aigestive organs are working prop erly Dr Kings wLif9pms regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good wnen he sells tbesepills 25c at Chas C Davis drug store the ieglslfttufea of other states flad that uomethlBg is needed by the state getIeS doing is worth doing well Not so In Kentucky however Ordinarily when the state of Kentncky needs something that other states readily pay 50000 or 60000 for to get it first class the legislative cheeseparers take it In hand and cut it down to 5000 or 10 000 which results in poor building or poor service As an example other states expend from 75000 to 200000 a food laws 150001andout the first six months each year and nothing can be done the last six months to prosecute the violators of the pure food laws A recent legislature appropriated a million dollars for a new statehouse and a magnificent building has been erected but is not yet furnished To hear some of the cheeseparers talk they want the build- Ing furnished out of a 10cent store A milliondollar structure should have all Its appointments in keeping with its appearance and if a proper appropria tion is made Kentucky will have a statehouse that will be a matter of state pride If the penurious ones get In their work everybody will be dis gusted with it and in a short time all the cheap furniture will be thrown out or worn out and another appropriation will be necessary which means that the first inadequate appropriation will be an absolute loss S The cheeseparers and recordmak ers are afraid to vote their sentiments on any of the education appropriation bills because the cause of education Is so popular now in Kentucky that it may mean political suicide to anyona who dares to oppose any bill that stands for educational progress This was demonstrated in the house last week when the bill appropriating 500 000 to the state college and the twc state normal schools came up for discussion and passage The bill gives 150000 to each of the normal schools and 200000 to the state college one third to be paid this year onethird next year and the other third in 1910 The cheeseparers all expressed them selves as being in favor of the bill but they urged that the amounts ppro priated were too large This argue ment reduced to Its final absurdity would be the same as asking the legislature to meet in a tent without a stove in zero weather The c ps however were not in the majority and the bill passed by a vote of 69 to 17 and will probably pass the senate al most unanimously All of which goes to show that the recordmaker and al leged economist who wants to give you a mosquitobar overcoat when a chinchilla wOuld hardly keep you warm does not always succeed There is a bitter war on between two factions of the Kentucky Dairy mens association and it looks like two associations will be the result It all comes about over the bill in the legislature providing for a rigidJnspec tion of all cows and the killing of those found to be infected with anIberculosis The annual meeting of association was held here last and after a spirited argument over the propriety of passing the bill the meet ing split up like a political convention and one faction left the building with the avowed intention of forming a new association Some of the dairymen say that every herd of cows in the state has more or less tuberculosis in it and that such has been the case from time immemorial and that if the proposed law passes nearly every herd of dairy cows in the state will have to be slaughtered when there is no real reason for it 5 Senator Burnam of Madison county has introduced bill that is intended to reach the unlawful acts committed by the night riders The bill pro vides that where two or more conspire together to commit some unI lawful a t and dp commit said act circuit judge attorney general or the commonwealths attorney may have a change of venue to another to have the unlawful acts invstlgatcdbv the grand jury of that eourity and if the grand jury of that county indicts anyone they shall be tried In that county and not in the county where the act was committed It is claimed that this is the only method by which a fair and impartial investigation of the acts of the night riders can be secured as the grand juries and petit juries in the county where the acts are committed are said to contain mem bers of the night riders association- Every day of the session brings fresh evidence that the senatorial race and the county unit local option bill are closely Interwoven that they cannot be separated The two candi dates for United States senator have gone into print on the situation Beck ham proposing that the senatorial be postponed till the county unit bill disposed of and Bradley charging isI Beckhams proposal is only a perIfails to pass the county unit bill Governor Willson will at once call aa ex tra session arid demand that the bill be passed Itvhas been rumored for several days that the governor is preparing a surprise for the legislature and it ie now claimed that the surprise will be the call of an extra session or else a message stating that unless the- bill 15 passed an extra session will be called All of this may however be but the Idle talk that always comes at the eni at nearly every legislative ses lion if aesieJunportant bill fails to get Uiroufh JOHN H STU- AR1CASTORIA For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 1liRnatureot Ii Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills They are ctDavis I F1rnitureIU rE The time fpr Spring cleaningwil soon be here and every home wilTrieed one cr more pieces of fur niture some nice carpet or matting We can fur nish you just what you want If you warit a bed room suit we have it no mat ter what kinds dA vETSIf you want a nice Ingrainor Brussels all woolcarpet or a good matting we can furnish it UOTN donewethe very lowest rate consistent with good work C CCXOpposite CourtLouse 4 NIt Vernon Kentucky a I trJledocfion J ii IIrea room for my Spring stock of gc offer for sale for the NEXT 80 u Uitd Ctf ntlniehi1d i spens WfJa and i4nUnderwear s All must go regardless of price I lAIlgoode this year cash or produce YourstIIIImtHIATT rConvenience of the Savings Account iMany persons keep their money here as a permanent M vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is inijed As an investment you can compute the net returns ft rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings V areidle ouliAs borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts Was you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail ifW you will call aHhe bank 1p THE BANK OF MTT VERNON INCORPORATED KENTUCKYoJt rrar Kft + r Y R ttttt tttttttJltttttttitt1ttTtttlttt1 jftT VERNON CPKET CD 1 =PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBAL3IKKS I Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = JLicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = Orders bywire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points = HPnoneiU1U1Ul UllUl niLllUUmll11111IUl UIU1UU1UUllU 111UU V FTTTIT TIJe1i r Frc e 1cJ J I gTERNONS1GNAL4T III Z9r Cull up No 79 whoayou want to Communircute vttb SIGN L ze t NANVULC R ft So TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 4north 340a m 23 south 124 p 21 South 1220 am TAS LANDRUM A ent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt V nnn Ky Portoico as secondclass mail matt- erPEISOAALt Coun Brown is telegraphing at Anna Tate is visiting relatives In Crab Orchard- BraggThompson has returned W to his home near Crab Orchard brakemanYis with homefolks for a few days Mrs M Hartz who has been very sick for some time is reported betterMrs James Rickel is visiting her parents Mr andJMrs Boone at Maywood Miss Susie Thompson is with Tier sister Mrs Hnghes at Stanford ior a few days Mr and Mrs J W Southard were guests of Mr and Mrs R A Welch Sunday Fred Hayes has returned from a months visit to his parents at Walnut Grove Mo James Rickets extra foreman is holding down the Junction City section for a few days e Mrs J J Adams of Corbin is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Marler Dr G H Albright is rapidly recovering from the operation he underwent three weeks ago Mrs W C Swinford of Lebanon Junction is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G E Painter near Brodhead Mr and Mrs Den McClure and mother Mrs Georgia McClure were visiting relatives and friends here this week Miss Lillie Thompson after a several days visit with her grand mother Mrs W M Poynter has returned home Esmer Towery writes that h wade his trip through to Texas alright and thinks the Lone Star a fine place to live Charley Fletcher L N brakeman returned to Lebanon Junc lion yesterday after spending a few days with homefolks here iin yesterday and told us that Joe Saylor wasstruck and very serious ly injured by a falling tree Wed nesday T D Mullins will rebuild ors the same lot where his home recently destroyed by fire stood but a little nearer the street than beforeA Norton has purchased the stock of goods of his brother Dock Norton near Pongo Mr Norton was here Wednesday looking after some business matters Nce Griffin will move to hi new home near Conway as soon as his children who have been down with measles recover sufficiently to make the change Saturdays Louisville Times contained a splendid likeness of Miss Bess Turley Sparks daughter Mr and Mrs W J Sparks is ben spending several week Florida Miss lola Hansel of Shelby City is spending a few days with her mother Mrs Wash Hansel Miss litne fortiofe coming season V Mrs Guthrie who moved here 0 in the early fall from Gethseman- etf to put her children in school moved back to her home The children will board aflfie brmitprv- tun til the close ofschool J T Meadows will likely to Capt Smiths place here Jim besides being one of the best track men in the service of the company is also tie of the best men we wknowof and we certainly hope lithathewiH become cue of our inumber jJ 1 r LOCAL 4 W B Whitehead cut a poplar tree this wee which will measur out 3000 feet ol lumber EG nettles the handle and Pone man has sold his mill at HttBsford to W M Bullock FOR SL1iAnumber one maie 4 years old Feb S H MARTIN Iad advertisement of Jonas McKenzie Son found on last page They are offering real bargains in their cleau up sale Wade Graves is stringing wires for his Brodhead exchange and wilt jbe ready for hellos by or before March 10 weather permitting 1 A Bowman sold his farm known as the Dr Joplin place one mile west of Mt Vernon to a Mr Noe of Harlan county Price paid 4000 Dont fail to read the furniture ad of C C Cox found on secoud page aud when you want furniture dont fail to examine his line before you purchase The I 00 F Lodge gave a big oyster supper Tuesday night in honor of Capt M F Dad Smith who is soon to leave us and take up his abode at Springfield REMARKABLE FREAK Jake Bray one of the countys most prosperous and substantial farmers living about three miles west of here tells of this remarkable freak found in a hog which he killed a few days ago that of having two well developed melts John Graves says the price of calves has materially decreased while the price of hound pups has increased In this connection he reports the following from sales John Graves bought of J W Marler two calves for 5 oo J W Marler bought two hound pups for 20 An Illinois editor began his bui ness career 25 years ago wish onl y 15 cents he is now rated at 100000 This vast accumulation ot wealth was made possible by his frugality strict attention to business hard and incessant work and the fact that a rich uncle died leaving him S9999854 iThe third death at Williarasburg from the dreaded fatal meningitis was David Dickerson a student axed 18 years Isolated cases indifferent parts of the county are reported and every case has proven fatal The physic ns are very much puzzled over the spread of ethe dread disease v NOTICE As my son Burdette has become a full partner with me in the mercantile business I desire all parties indebted to me individually to call and settle at once either by cash or note I make this request riot for the benefit of a few but for all Yours very truly JONAS MCKENZIE Judge COok in charging the grand jury at Hopkiusville told the members it was their duty to find out the persons guilty of the nightriding outrages and to bring indictments as well as to inquire carefully into any illegal combi nations in restraint of trade and to bring indictments against the companies and agents guilty of the violations of law A blast containing 400 kegs of blBck powder will be set off in the sand quarry at Mullins Station to day Since the railroad company is using quite a good deal of this sand for ballast purposes the rock crusher at Mullins Station will run very little of the time this season engagedofin running the sand quarry The Cumberland Telephone Co is arranging to extend their line from Crab Orchard to London so as to get direct communication from Louisville to Knoxville I is understood that satisfactory ar rangements will be made with ou locel company for connections The local or Home COmpanY ha built up a good system aftervear whileIUiwilling to have the foreign com pony come in with their wires and give us connections to points not companknot to grant to the other company that would place them in a po + ion to enable them to seriously i jure the bom enterprise W ire Advised that the quesf ron is freidg vlllfed over and negotiations are on foot the will pros e satisfactory all around t r j r i5lt 41 IT trlI l P aaeopaopoooooeooeeepeeH peH i i 0 ee i H Oep i ee e0 i i Op1ZOe0 1 i eeiee i i i i H H H oGle a OQOO e eee ee0 e eee p0e eaee00 oaeeao oc3uaoab eee peeio 6D 80Se0e0 a e eogeeeoeonec q eeeococoeetieee ffsDZ riiDDCn OQ ED etteiDODQC9tai 8c 09 e 009 ece ect 0 Y0U H ea rclice eaa e e oeteee pen e90 Some T8Ik These Days About Economy I eQ off Prices cut on Mens and e e Boys Suits ot9 offaee oe eo e ee SS OVERSHOES EELTBOOT SS RUBBERB001S ee gee BUBBERSorALL KINDS s r Mrs Will Bullock died at Livingston Wednesday afternoon The proposed telephone line from Brodheai to Hiatt was staked esterday and pole getting will be p ushedand line completed by March 15 E A Herrin aged 56 died at his home near Quail yesterday morning about 4 oclock For many months it had been a hard struggle between life and death with him being afflicted with a complication of diseases either of which would have more than likely proven fatal Lige as he was called was possessed of as many manly qualities as anyone we have ever known He was as true as steel to a friend and was liberal with his enemies The night was never too dark or thee wintry blasts top severe that he would not willingly and cheer ully respond to the call of a friend no matter bow arduous the task Poet nor artist has ever been able to portray the grate in colors of brightness and beauty Bryant in the Hymn of Death could not make the subject beautiful adyet the cemetery with its marble and its dead the chair that hasino oc cupant the fanCied ho of the si lent voice and the vacant in home social and lodge life at mellowing and upliiVng in thei influence They bring the best o human nature into the fulness o selfishsness ofmen and impressing them with the ott the gloom of the ur8 more the beauty of life It thasappreciatios theet are not yet broken aud so white we mourn the toss of our deadw may rejoice that there is no bye sorrow so that there is not a balm for the wound it inflicts Misciudsixa1chfldren to mourn the loss of a kind and devot Theburital place today at the old faintly burying ground i tiMaybe g we believe in it but its best to be clear as to what economy is Economy isnt buying cheap stuff because its low priced V npivpaying too much for good stuff because its good Realeconomy is measured by comparing what you get r r wjth what it costs a question of proportion no price kThats why you ought to buy our SHIELD BRAND Clothes theyre all wool perfectly tailored correct in style inuthese goods than tiny other THE fOUNTAIN OF GOOD ClOTHI NC is the hidden points the mater inl that the fabric depends u onto hold it in shape to make it stay where the tailor cut filltf fitted it LET US SHOW these POINTS IN OUR SUITS and OVERCOATS Our Spring Clothes 4i are coming soon and we are closing out all our Winter goods at reduced prices to make room for them If you want the best in Everything to Wear A 1 Come to t l s III around the corner MAIN CHURCH ST Mt Vernon Ky I ees o eraaeoseee eooeoee oeoe ea e cQaeooae eet0 a eee e e e coooeooouoot s titThe revival at the Christian church conducted by Rev Masters is still going on There have been ten additions FOR SALE Several dwellings hotfl and store room in Livingston Address MRS Sun MULLINS feb 6tf Livingston Ky If you have any kind of tableware an old watch case or anything you want plated with either gold or silver send it to the Carson Plating Works Mt Vernon Ready for business Monday March 2nd Positive guarantee goes with all work The Murphy Furniture Co London Ky carry in stock an immense line of goods including buial cases coffins suits c For the benefit of those who cat not conveniently come to their store they issue an attractive catalogue giving factoJy prices on furniture for shipment direct to customer It will be sent on receipt of ten cents in stamps which may be deducted from first order Feb28st What would have more than likely resulted in a djsasterous fire in the old brick hotel on Tuesday night was prevented by quick Gentryesaw to andfthefget in nv Dr Dyche dentist wriose office is on second floor had left a small tofsupper r s was a small bottle of gasoline and this exploded The only damage w the breaking or ruining of a set o justn moments longer it would have meant total distraction as the fire anddoply from the rear of the building until it wonld have been too late to have done anything An ope tank of coal oil almost directl havesmore than likely have made it impossible 00051belongingfurniture fUQ Cox as both i line are in tbesijqe byikjiug J L 5 The body of Ben Oldendick was found in Dicks river near Gum Sulphur Friday Just now he came to his death is somewhat ofa mystery vet there was nothing to indicate that there had been foul play Paper found in his pocket showed that he was a cigar maker and belonged to union i67Council Bluff and 266 Memphis He was buried at Brodhead The Kentucky Childrens Home Society is nonsectarian It seeks to place in good homes the homeless destitute children ef tie State regardlesss to the church affiliation of the parents The Society care fully endeavors to find suitable homes for its wards After their placement the Society maintains systematic watchcare over them removing them when the relations are discovered not to be the best interest of the child It began its work in the year 1896 in the brief period of eleven years 1076 have come under the guardianship ot familyIbranches with 35000 children If one could judge from the amount of talk being handled by the boys along that line it would be tully expected that Mt Vernon is to have one of tbe best ball teams in the state for the coming season Mt Vernon does hav some splendid material and wit a sufficient amount of practice will be able to hold thejr own with most any of the amatuer teams We see no reason why Mt Vernon London Pittsbnrg Corbin Middles boro Barboursville Williamsburg and Jellico could not have an tofen thusiasts from the different towns ge together on such a proposition aud call it the Mountain League FARM FOR SALEI offer for sale my farm of 103 acresWene fourthmile west of Roundstone Station 45 acres in cultivation andY35 acres bottom laud and well set in grass it sold befqreApril 1st will be sold a bargainAddress WB SI O- NiWjldie Ky p L f jL the time for Overcoats ooo- oJust col iOnly few left Prices cut 12 This the Shoe you may ifr ooa fice a9Q QtJlOto-90eooosNOes esepaeeoeosooe FOR SALEfly farm 200 acres in the Eastern pail the 130 acres in cultivation acres of which in grass Good buildings splendid Diehard well watered and under good fence Will sell bargain WILLIS ALLEN Withers Ky E CLAYTON Watchmakerand Bargains Hand in SecondI MT VERNON KY j NoTICEThose holding claims against the estate the late Childress Jeceased will present same to within thenext thirty days properly proven Also those indebted to him will please settle same LANGFORD admr Wildie Ky When the baby cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that little CASCASWEET the well known remedy babies and children will quiet the little one short time The ingredients printed plainly on tlie bottle Con Chash EHGLMOSKfS NO ALUM iii rOOD and strictly prohibits the alum s Iule powder a a C o 0 e 0 IS e o return if it leaks eoo a 0 S = oe fOCl 6 r euoa i H of of county 80 is at I I of J C me T S Feb2i 3t is a for in a are So does France So does hate of alum La Lees made illegal m Waington and District of Columbia and alum powden are eraywhere recognized injurious To protect yourself agaitui alum when ordering baking powder Sq II RoYAL S3Ge ooeooeooeooooooooooeos AddressI Germany pla1Ig IA trJa PtlWriJl lfi and be sure you get Royal Ro Ial theOnly Baking Pcwider made from Rcya Grape Cream of Tartar It l adelte the nblity and wholesome gas of the f r PAB3I FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres located near Pongo in the southern part of the countv There are 75 acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whithoak Splendid four room lesidence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and black smith shop Well watered with two never failing M wells 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 ohurchand 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 i4tf Mt Vnrnon Bert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four doses oi your Kidney and Blaider Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are sold bv Chas C Davis first tunnel under the North IThe from New York to Hoboken will be open for passenger traffic Tuesdav The President will pressa button in Washinston to signal the opening of the tub- eUNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished SHearse 1IAll orders bshire 4- pro raply fille- d1VitVernon jVV A COs Ify Plione 94 iY 1Ii 2iI tioGo Qo oQIO oGooGo ooGuoOooGoooGooai 0Is6 0 J Emttfoton oO ObabyF 0 o Scott J Emtiljffon is Cod Liver Oil 0 0 tQtand Hypophosphites prepared so that it is O 0easily digested by little folks O 0 0 Consequently the baby that is fedon = Scott J Emulsion is a sturdy rosy zcheeked little fellow full of health and vigor t0 V- o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 81OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O METROPOLITAN THE BfcSl PLE IN ROC CA TL i O BUY DrutatOny GUir F ceo Painty Oicdent A ine Diseases J of Umfdren A Spec ffy I S C DAVIS Prop P HNO 53 tdN TilEETIlilT i EKNON D DC I GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I j I Brodhead Ky I M ww1 VIA I I For Infpnantion and list of hotela address 0 C C P S T 4u 111 Main Iwlngton Ky e A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS LmisbagOf Selalea HauraSgtm GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost stant relief from pain while pennanent results art being effected by taking it in 0 ternally purifying the blood dissolving DRSDLANDOf Brctvton Ga writes I had been a sufferer for a number of years gather from medical works and also consulted with a number of the boat pbyBlclanij but found nothing that gare the from DItCLGATESBa- BCOck Minn writes cauld not stand on her feet The moment the put lierdownoathe floor ibe irouldieream with pains runs as bsppj as can be If you are suffering with Rheumatism us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE and other similar ingredients Larcerc fettle GDROPS 800 Doses 0100 For Sale by Druggists COMPANY Ocpt43 1T4 Lake Street OUcax At conference 01 iepreeuta tv of the Independauce Le giu Chicago Saturday it WdS decid to form a new national party hind nominate canaidales for Preside rind Vice Pretufgnt William R Herrst attendethe meeting aid delivered anaddress d T1p COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph Robesiphone orders Filled c FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS t I QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets DROPS O- FRHEUMATISM TseuhlKMrdDIaapsu rernovingitfroiii endlgpracticeto woakbackcaeseby ltraatdbarwflicSDWPSandtodaye- he useItFREEKidneyTrouble cjlnmcocaine WITHouT CHANGE On Sale November 1st Good Returning May Slst 19071 KING St I Who Wili Be PresidentT- his is a ntial ear and every man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Heniy Water on Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develop One dollar a year is the price of tru1 Weekly CourierJournal 3ut you can geu that paper and the Mt VernonSigna Both one year for i 50 JIf you will give or send your order to this paper Not the Courier fournal DAILY COURIER JOURNAL 6 00 a year SUNRAY WnRltfKJOUilNAL 200 a year We can gtt IOu a cPUiibtiOi ut rate onthese if you will write LLits i The Finance Committee of the Senate is in favor of amending the Vldrich bill to broaden its scope in relation to railroad bonds as se urity for an emergency issue As he bill now stands bonds of the otiisville and Nashvilkand the Illinois Central are the only South rn railroad securities available as bisis for the proposed currency AGENTS WANTED To take rders for household toilet and dical preparations on com mission We prepay freight and xpress Write for terms R D VlcCollom Co Richmond K- yoLEYMIoNEYAwTAR Sdsz PetPasuI i rIfE NhW TEN COMMANDMENTS jj i Thou shalt not go away r from home todijany shopping nor thy wile nor thy tons nor thy daughters er 2 Thou shall patronize tn own merchants thattoyshall not Le driven tropj their hometo find food tor t heir children 3 Thou jhall patronize thine ovu merchant and also the printer and the siiuit patrbuize thee 4 Thoa shalt PlY thy bill promptly that thy credit may be good in the land where iou dwcll cV aud thy neighbors greet thee aoiv inert deposit thy surplus in j ui uank 5 thou shalt not knock the props trooi under mine owu town lU uicici to be revenged on tLineI tUtu lest thou perish with him 6 Tiiou tihalt uot incline thi e ear to the voice of pride nor pi mil vanity to overcome thy heart 7 Thou shale spend thy earn ings at howe that they may re urn whence they came 1ud give tjourishmentvto such as cauie afttr thee 8 Thou atiuit not bear false witnesi against the town wherein thou dwelleat mi speak welt of it in the ears of all men 9 Thou shall not covet thy n i icxu wheat nor his mea nog uor the cow nor the con vvuieu ia in his crib but what aoever thou desirest thou shalt buy of him and pa the price thereof in corn of the realm 10 Thou shalt keep these com aiandmeuts and teach them to tb children unto the third and fourth generation that they may be madt to flourish and wax rich while thou art laid to rest with tbj fathersSau Diego Cal News THE JUMPING OFF PLACE Consumption had me in it grasp and I bad almost reache he jumping off place when I wa advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery arid 1 want to say right now it saved my life Improve ment began with the first bottle and after taking one dozen bottle I I was a well and happy mar ngalDJ says George Moore o Grime land N C As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer o weak sore lungs and for pretend ing pneumonia New Discovery supreme 50C hnd loo at Chas C Davis drug store Trial botti i free nO ST aJABears the A Everything taken into tin stomach should he digested fulh within a certain time When yor reel that sour stomach is not good order that the food yru tit eaten is not being digested take c good natural digestant that vil do the work the digestive juice are not doing The best reined 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 s 1d here by Chas ODavit EASY TO MIX THIS What will appear very interest ing to luau pople here is the article taken from a Rcv York daily paper giving a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that he ha s found a prsitive rniedv to cure aliriost any case of bioicacbe or kidney or bladder lerjn ement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brights diseaseFluid Exjract Dandelich one half ounce Compound S nip arsaparilla three ounces Slake well in at bottle and tae in tea poonfnl dojses after eich meal and igain at bedtime Awellknowai druggist e at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the in tredents are all harmless arid can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results he could see UQ reason why it could not bea splendid remedy for kidney an d urinsry troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most impartant organsjand help ing them to sift and filter from the blood the ifQuT acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake irl giving ira trial r r iiVIedcine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate casesI chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years A Xdo by J C Ayer Co Loei MlI1Alao manuoturora of 7 vers SARSAPARILLAI We hevo no lIecreta we pUDlIanI takIIng The MidwinterSTerm Which is the rush term opens January 21 Do you W4t to he a working unit in the livliest most ambitious itithusiastic and professional bod of teachers e gathered togethei for study inJEastern Kentuck If so see vour County Superin endant now about an appoint ment to free tuition if you have lot already done so ann w rite he President of the E K S N S or a dialog telling him what studies you desireAddress R N Roark- Richmond Ky NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE Mrs E D Charles ot Harbor Maine speaking of Electic Bitters says tlt is a neighborhood favorite here with us It de serves to be a favorite everywhere dyspepsiaiverment malnutrition nervousness weakness and general debility ts action on the bloodas a borough purifier makes itesecially useful as a spring mediciiu rhis grand alterative tonic is sold inder guarantee at Chas C Davis rug store soc Mount lemon Monumental WORKS 1M anufacfurer of and DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application J u tewart iron11Lence Cheapertban wood Will bst a lifCtiInetl IIIIPut Anr fair StLesls lief ii ZrItwARr RjICINCINNATI O Our cd1t1RCall G4 an ALSO AGIIFOR- Stewarts Iron Fences QA GEORGE OWENS Propr ts W A LnRjUn- PAfHTER AN- DPAPERllM11R WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDlNGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed i Dispatches to Duns Review indicate a small vet improvement especially in the outlook fur the future Trade at New Orleans coninues iair hut is not up to the average for tie session partly ecause jobbers are conservative the extentson ofcredit Louisville report some gain in sales of agricultural impliments but teports from clothing manu facturers ate not cheerful aLd colections are still slow Trade is still dull at Cincinnati despite clearance sales and lower prices Dry goods business has improved to some extent but clothing manufacturers reportI numerous cancellations lections ale slow- Conditions at Cleveland show signs of improvement and manu facturers report evidences of a seasonIpoints and ptu chasing freely although not so liberally as a year ago Gov Wilson is prepmjg a special message to the General Assembly butdeclines to discuss is1believedinsist on the Legislature attending to business in the remaining weeks of the session and w ill again ask that something be done to put d wu night riding It is generally believed that unless somttung is accomplished before the adjourn ment of the session the Governor will issue a call for a special session SUFFERING DOLLARS VEDE Loper of MarillaX Y says I am carpenter and have byHucklynssaved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing salve I have ever found Heals burns soles Ulcers lever sores ecxema and piles 25C at Chas C Davis Druggist Thomas Taggart was ousted from controle of the Democratic organization of Indianapolis by the election of William Fogarty the candidate of the antiTaggard faction for chairman of the Demo ratic Committee Fogarty de eated Taggarts candidate by seven votes The political enemies of Taggart nyr sty he will not be for IndianaISTRAyEDBlue and white spotted leier head mostly blue soon be two years old Has been gone since last July Liberal reward for her return or informa tion leading to her recovery- J R REAMS Orlando Ky R W DYCHE D E N T I S T MT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac try Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty roqhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist1ill nut Street- Louisville Kv be in Mt Vernon once a 1Will until May CC Williams t ATTORNEYATLAW VERNON KY IMT On ard floor p The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 G McCh1RY- Under1xtker Emba1th r Complete LINE of C skets71Robes c Orders Iedpromptly Stanford Ky oJ f IJ S S SS SBSSSsS ffl CASTORIA beeninhas been made his sonal supervision its perIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits imitations and Justasgood are but ofInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric 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 sleepTheCENUINE J CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Z92 I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years if DJd iccfcaesea If The New Stores rGo to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Pruaes O 1oratedgoods delivered in town When you j want groceries call Phone 561 WHCARMICALCO S1 Nexfdoor to Bank of Mt Vernon iMt Vernon Kentucky 33XX xX t IAi TII J iI Xi Shoeswsome time and are somewhat out of date which we X will sell at most any old price to close out stock R In this lot will be found shoes which cost 250 TAr wholesale We have what we calla few real gains to offer Ask to see them bariJONAS McKENZIE 3C No Operation writesIstand straight I had pain in my back and profuseDoctorsI talcing around Cart now do my housework and am in splendid health Cardui is a pure vegetable medicinal essence especially adapted to cure womens disease It regulatesirregularitiessafe pleasant and reliable remedy for all I sick Women In successful use for over 70 years Try it- and under since Free The I At Drug Store in 100 I LiII1w4E I IWritEvery Bottles CAR 0 U IJ