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Published Every Friday VOLUME XXI MT VERNON KOGKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 1908 NUMBER 24 tt t SP a ANDQ TALKSLOUD Dont forget your cash I as these are cash prices For the next 30 days dI wil sell all I 10 cent articles at 7 cts f 25a u IQ CtS f ISO rv 39cts Q Cts SOc a 110 f MENShSuits worth i6oo now 13 oof Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now 9 of iSuits worth 8 oo now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 I YOUTHS I W Suits worth55o now 400 ri CHILDRENS 8 Suits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 cents f Prices on Shoes the same as A Bother goods Come while t they las- tDont g forget the Cash I SKIRTS f A lot of Ladies Skirts were Zn to qnow 150 to 250 fa great bargain II RUBBERS I A fine lot of new Rubbers Afresh from the factory at cutlrV prices In fact everything isn cr zo per cent less than regular pricewlot of Lirinliu Carpet RugsaCOME NOW G TJOHN ON O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky or t I f iut4tflUI j igl1 l BUODHEAD j Conn Evans has resigned his position as assistant agent at Row land and will be at home for a wF Griffin G M Ballard and K S Albright of Mt Vernon were mixing with our people Tuesday Mis Grace McCall of Maretburg and Miss Bryant of Mt Vernon were pleasant guests of Miss Jewel Francisco last week Rev J D Redd of Londonj preached two very gser nrons at the M E church Sun- daymevening Rals Wilmott has returned from ofltheJuncItionBaptist church closed last SaturdayI with three- Hutcheson additions was in Cincinnati first 11Iguest of heraunt Mrs J G Frith erGeoBerea Saturday and remained over Sunday with his parents hereWea- re very sorry to learn of the illness of Mrs G W Brooks at Williamsburg Mrs Brooks formerly lived hereMiss Jewel Francisco has returned from a thre days visit to friends and relattre- a Maretburg vLeviweek on businessJ W Hulche son is in Frankfort this week on usinessWeear regret very much to of L A Tester man and hope it is nothing serious The telephones for tbe exchange have arrivedand will soon be in useFaro Testerraan of Louisville is at home for a few days Dr Percy Benton was in TuesdayCand Maurice Frith a fine girl tor Mothers and daughters all doin fiueC R Pike was in from Cor parentbihnure of enjoying another feast at the home of Rev and Mrs A J Pike last FridayWe regret very much to lose Mr Harry Hilton and his most estimable family They will move from this place to Lincoln county about April 1St hut our loss will be Lincolns gain Miss Burdette Owens visited in t country last weekGranville Owens is in Knoxville this wee buying goods DO NOT CROWD THE SEASON springbrinKand enjoy the exhilirating air a sunshine Children thac have be e housed up all winter are broug out ana you wonder where they came from The heavy want winter ctothiug is thrown aside UJdmany shed their flannels Then a cold wave comes and people say that grip is epidemic Colds at this season are even more danger ous than in midwinter as the is much more danger of pneumonia Remedyhowever nothing to fear It always cures and we have never known a cold result in pneumonia when itwas used It is pleasant and safe to take Children like it For sale by Chas C Davis QUAIL Eld Martin Owens continues about as usual John Stringer and son were in Mt Vernon Wednesd on businessH G Sutton the hustling merchant at this place is doing a fine business The infant of Wm Owens is very sick at ti writingMiss Iva Brown one of spSundayMrs Louisa Reynolds Mrs ja cob Elder of Brodhead is spendin few days with relatives near here Mr JohtvA Brown who has been a sufferer of inflamat rheumatism for some time is doing no good J1 M Craig bought of Proctor a cow for 22 Owens and Jacob Elder will teach a singing school at Union Mr Emit Logsden is suffering severely with very sore mouthG W Parsons of livingston has been unending a few days with relatives in this part De Witts Little Early Risers small safe sure little liver pills Davist t ORLANDO Born Wednesday to Mrs Julius Robinson a girlMrs Flurry Bales and children of Corbih revisiting relatives at this place oflMrrecovering from severe attack o- fdvptheriaMrs Celia Chasteen well was SundayiaMrs Wm McNew is on the sick listCharlie Mason has been very OrvalILaswellwa four years old Saturday Feb 29 it being the first birth date he has ever had and will be the last one until 1912 whichwill make him eight years ofageC B Anderson was at Bush Creek SundayG i l b er t Robinson and family are moving- b ck to this placebars Elen B keri spending a few days with her daughter Mrs Major Ball at Flannagan who is the proudmoth of her first born a girl on the jMosestelegraphingMisses Vetna and Emma Anderson were ute guests of Mrs Dora Ball SaturdayMr John Anglin of Disputanta is at relativesMre Johnsan I Charlie Panhandle Tex were relatives and friends in his and Laurel counties last week Mrs Dora Ball visited her moth er Mrs W F Anderson Sunday Wilmer Chestnut will leave with his family about the last Of next week for Idaho Married Mr Edgar Owens ol this place and Miss Ollie Abney of Berea They will reside near hereJatia Dunn seversdreek Sunday and taken to her Personhs p CovgWednesdayAlbert Chandlers children are recovering from meas less CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY IS BOTH AGREEABLE EFFECTIVE Chamberlains Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs colds isir any way has mothershea Forkberlain Cough Remedy has been my leacing remedy for all throat trouble It is especially success Childrengudued it will not take any other nFor sale by Chas C Davis htPROGRAM erFor District Meeting of the Exec utive Board of the Rockcastle As sociation to be held with the Mt Vetnon Baptist Church on March 28 and 29 1908 eSaturday at A M i Devotional exercises Rev Dock Gooch 2 Welcome address Barneso3 from Ezekiel 374 Rev James Cummins 4 Discourse on Alien Baptism Rev A J Pike 5 Discourse on Communion Rev C C Metcalf 6 Discourse on Final persever ence of the Saints ayRev C C Wilson 7 Preachin g Saturday night Rev A J Pike Everybody cordially invited isH C GENTRY G E PAINTER Ex Board W M HURST Sec J CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLORA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYgThis remedy has been in use for over thirty years and has proven successfulorycomplaints It never fails Sold by Chas C Davis eightWmTampa Fla eighteen and onehalf city blocks being burned over Five cigar factories were destroyed and over 200 dwellings A women dropped dad from excitement The loss is estimated at 600000 Get DeWitt s Carbolized Witch Hazel Salveit is healing soothing pilesS91dby1 1 Established vl I LADIES JACKETS L J Just received a shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TANand BRO WN at 5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come and see them before you buy elesewhere u STSHZSiT rni to t 7 OVERCOATS A famous faultless brand front 4 to 10 The best in the land I SUITS The famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever day in j any colcr from 5 to 15 in men and boys sizes iSHOES f The WALKOVER Shoes are known the worM over as the best Also f the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style 0t iCyclone Rubbers and Felt Boots j iPhone 87j y Fy KRUEGER4 SoNy i Mt0 Kentucky j r 3ecS3C9g3eC S38G983 Ji j AT COST SALEf 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 carrisge as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom busi- nessCALICOES gI also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it will certainly you to see our line before you buy ipay F R ASHER WEST MAIN STREET CROP REPORT- ShowsPromising Spring about to open During the few days of open weather the past week many farm ers made haste wbileTlre sun shone Nleny acres of land were plowed Others made preparations for plow ing but before they could be com pleted bad weather came and they were compelled to delaw their work movements Preparations were also made for their farm workand farmers are now anxiously waiting for conditional weather Wheat is in some better condi curILambs are arriving fast and ewes are looking extremely well A big tot of lambs are expected to ifIIv prices Work animals are in great de mand and od prices are being re 1hisdemand is of course due to the necessity of such stock for producing a 1908 crop but a share can be contributed to the l 1887 jv at tact that buyers from other sec tions have bought much of th Madison county horse and mule stockUndoubtedly corn and potatoes will be the chief crop of this year Of course corn has largely pro uc ed but not many potatoes have been previously raised The latter will exceed by a great amout any crop ever put out heretoforesSeveral poultry raisers have young chickens on hand some of three weeks growth More poul try will be raised in this section this year than before owing to the persons that take up the business anew Eggs meet ready sale and an average price of about 7 cents is being paidRegisterR- HEUMATIC PAINS- RELIEVED Chamberlains Pain Balm relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible which is alone worth times its cost B F agte and for twenty years Justice of the Peace at Martmsburg Iowa says I am terrible afflicted with sciatic rheumatism in my leis arm an right hip I have used thre bottles of Chamberlains Pain Bat and it did me lots of good Fo sale by Chas C Davis Following is an extract from a dispatch from Barboursville home of Caleb Powers which expresses the sentiment of the Republicans of that section cIt is generally reported that Caleb Powers whether or not he is set free will be one of the strongest fff contestants for the Republican nomination for Congress and should he indicate that he wanted the honor there is little doubt but that he would have a walkover Friends of Powers in this city his home are already boosting him for the Congressional nomination and that his name will be considered is shown by the fight for the local places on the committee Powers bacKers claim the Corbin meeting is premature and doubt the legality of the call A NARROW ESCAPE Many people have a narrow escape from pneumonia and con thatehangs on Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds no matter how deep seated and prevents consumptionRefuse The first test against that section of the rate law which prohibits railways from giving transportation in exchange for advertising was scheduled to begin in Chicago Monday The cas e isthat of the Government against the Chicago Indianapolis and Louisville railroad The case is felt to involve the whole principals of the law in question Thousands crowded the church at Paterson N J where the body of Father Leo Heinrichs lay and a detail of fifty policemen was re quired to preserve order The funeral of the murdered priest was held Monday THE LUCKY QUARTER Is the one you payout for a Box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try biliousnesse herDavis drug store ai r f M 01i 7 0 ff II MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Mcii 6 1908 oyIPublished every Friday EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KI NITJCH PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G 4 T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We aye author izeti to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk sujct to the action of the Republican party BREAKING deadlock extending over a period of seven weeks the Kentucky General Assembly Fri day afternoon elected Willkm 0 Bradley former Republican Gov ernor of the State United State Senator to succeed Senator James B McCreary whose term expires March 4 19c9 Mr Bradey is elected for a term of six years and will serve until March 4 1915 The election of Mr Bradley was accomplished on the twetty ninth joint b lot afte one of the most long drawnou and bitei senatorial contests in the history of the Commonwealth The elective majority was a single vote and was made possible by the support ol four Democrats who repudiated foimerGov J C V Beckham the socalled nominee of his party and Mr Bradleys opponent On the elective ballot the Dem ocratic nominee feceived but fif teen votes the balance of his support scatterad in a wild en deavor to settle on another Demo crat in order to defeat the Republi canThe four Democrats who made Bradleys election possible were Senators Charlton and McNutt ami Representatives Mueller and Lillard After the fourth Democrat had voted for Bradey Beckhfms name was withdrawn and a wild effort was made to agree on another Democrat who would receive the united support of the party bnt the bolters replied toe late Speaker Gooch delayed the an nouncement of the vote for several minutes in the vain hope that his delay would give one of the bolting Democrats time to change his mind and suggest some Democrat other than Beckham However neither wouldtchange his vote and the speaker announced Bradley elected by a nujoiitv of one While we are glad that Beckham is down and out and trust forever eliminated from anv controle what ever of Kentucky democracy yet we can not say as some of our democratic friends and scribes have said that Bradley is our second choice But the rule or ruin policy of Beckham and his cohorts Knott Whalen et al nothing more than Biadley as second could be 4exr cted of them OUR night office closed a pros pect of night mails being discontin ued one of our citizens forced to leave his comfortable home and go elsewhere to get work and a gener al inconvenience to the entire corn munity is the result of the nine hour law for operators which be came effective Wednesday In our own town evey citizen will be seriously inconvenienced by certain changes which it has brought about and those for whom the law was intended ate injured rather than benefited hut like most ot the legislation which Ins taken pla e during the so called war upon cor porations the large majority of those for whom it was presumably intended have been the burden bearers WE wre glad to see Beckham defeated yet we did not ant to see Bredlcy the man to do it Honor to such men as Campbell Arnett and Klrir but shame upon Mueller Charlton McNntt and Lillard who would take Bradley as tha lesser of the two evils SENATOR EIJICT R K A D i E y threw a bomb in the Taft ranks nlion he declared for Fairbanks and wouM use his powers to carry the siatc for the Vice President POLITICS AH D POLITICIA J The electioi otrBrailley seems to mean a victory for Faibauksji- Kentucky Taft was indorsed 7 for the nomination of Presideut by ihti Missouri State Convention ley was nominated for GovernorII The chairman of the inittee on the Judiciary says there is no chance for the passage of the joint resolution for a constitutional amendment granting the rig lr of suffrage to women Sfe hoi dst hat this is a State right The McChord tobacco billwhich puts representatives of tobacco companies enter the police power of the Stae passed the House by a vote of 60 to 24 The opponents exhausted the list of dilatory motions in an effort to prevent a vote on the bill The house at Washington Wednesday Mr Simsof Tennessee spoke in favor of the BurJeson bill prohibiting the use of the mails telegraph and telephone service in dealing in cottoh futures where the delivery and acceptance of actual cotton is not intended Caleb Powers is planning to make the race for Congress in the Eleventh distiicl whenther he is released from jiil at Georgetown before the nominations are m ide or not The friends of Congressman D C Edwards are planning to have an early primary or con vention called in the hope of keeping Powers out of the race William O Bradley in a state ment given out Monday announces that he favors the nomination of Fairbanks Mr Bradley de nounces the activity of Federal officeholders in politics awl says that Taft even nominated could not be elected He gives five reasons why he prefers Fairbanks to the other opponents of Judge Taft Vith the senatorial contest out of the way chief interest al Frankfort is centered in the county unit and State Capiul bills A hard fight is being made on the county unit bill and its opponents feel confident that it will not become a law The Democrats aredetermined that the State Capitol appropriation shall carry with it the provision that no change of architects is to be Danville Advocate now admits that Lillard is condemned on all sides for voting for a Re publican A banner was stretched across the mam street in Danville bearing Lillards name and the word Traitor expsesshe of thi popular feeling there against him It is believed that he will be appointed to an office by Gov Willson and thus taken care ofa the expense of the State The Senate passed the Cureton libel bill changing the code ol practice in libel actions so that libel suits against newspapers mu be brought in the county where tli paper is published the count where plaintiff resides or in the county where the alleged trans action took place Senator Cure ton explained the injustice now placed en new pipars by the present libel law The bill was passed b a vote of 32 to 3 One of the most dramatic inci dents in connection with tin attempts to win the Democrat who voted for Governor Bradley back to one of their own pirty wa s when Arthur Goebel with tears in his eves went to Representative Lillard and placing his arm around his neck begged him to return to the Democratic ranks His pleadings were in vain how ever Mr Lillard answered that it was too late J imflti DfAsoty Pure Tse only bakIng powds made with Royal Gvpe Dream of Tairta- o Alum No Lime Phosphate r ld4 tr 4 NEWS i r Its tFire at Owe stJofb1 troyey the Robinson Veneer Wt jJksY4e tatting a lossof45ooo r The Ameiicin torpedo boat- flotilla arrivedat Callao and will remain UutU March 9 yAlexander legisia1tioii inlNew york Death was due to heart trouble The railroads are preparing to corn pi v with the nineliourlaw Thousands of new telegraph operators will be employed and as all offset to the increased expense many stations will be closei on each line Night riders visited the farm of Walter A Layne south ofI Hopkins le and left switches and notes of warning for Mr Layne and hi tenants to sell their tobacco through the association or suffr whipping The board Of control of the Montgomery Burley Tobacco Society organization has raised 1000 which has been offered as a reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons writing the threatening letters receuth received by members of that organ zation THOUSAND P Rt4EI Tliouands serish every year fron consumption resulting from a cold Foeys Honey and TaJ cures tbt most obstinase racking coughs anr xpels the cold irmi voiirv systen Hid prevents cousutiiptim Chi C Davis The Republican Sate Co ventiou Ohio which begins Toe diy at Columbus is expected U leclare for a revision of th tariff long protective lines at a specia session of Congress The Tat men are in complete contro1 and Senators Furaker and Die ue not expected to attend Gov H rrivitl be lenoniinated b acclamation Foleys Orin Laxnive is scld under a positive guarantee to cm constipition sick hsidichestonncl trouble or any form of indigestion If it fails the manufacturer refu id v ur ai2ri2 W me tnor an any one do Chas C Davis Yhat h do- in DYp psia inAmericaa nation overate so now we are under otherMancompeteinyoumay eatAndcure the trouble by cutting down your food sup theproperdiseaseYOUcan only be done by a reliable tonic laxa CaldwellsSyrup whileaccording andunystsmachhIvpimples absolutelikeitsIsHarryotSantlngoctedseverefriend in the regiment called his attention to promptlybeganbut increased his weight pounds centsorthat to you FREE TEST Iwellshorneyaddresshg thuswhosymptoms or bows disuse oldIars purity guarantee Washinctcn COtello III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE LIGHT RUNNINGE aShuttle EauciijSewing THE NEW SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Orange a5sIMany sewtnsr machines are made to sell regardless of Quality but the New home is made to wear Our guaranty never runs cut told by authorized dealers oaly SAt ej UIETLYSETATRApl How the Republicans Br tight About the Election of Lradley For Senator i DEMOCRATS CAUGHT NAPPING The Latter Were Nct Looking for Things to Take the Turn They Did on That Eventful Friday and Were Taken Unawares Frankfort Ky March3The sena torial race came to an unexpected close last Friday when the tour Dem ocrats Charlton McNutt and Mueller cf Louisville and Lillard ot Boyle who have persistently refused to vote for Peckham voted for Bradley and elect ed him The finish was an exciting one as the Republicans quietly set a trap for the Democrats and caught them napping It takes seventy votes to make a quorum of the joint assem bly and if all the Democrats but those who voted for Bradley had remained out of the joint session Friday there would not have been a quorum as several Republicans were out of the city The Democrats knew this but as the absent Republicans and Demo crats were paired they thought it would not make any difference and that the days ballot would be just like the others that preceded it When the rollcall began the Democrats voted for Beckham and the Republicans for Bradley When Charltons name was called he voted for Wheeler Campbell as usual but after five or six Demo crats had voted for Beckham which insured a quorum he arose and chang ed his vote to Bradley The Demo crats realized then that they were in the meshes of the trap and as the roll call proceeded there was much scur rying about and hurried whispered con ferences but when McNutt Mueller and Lillard all voted for Bradley the race was over The Democrats fought for time to try to get together and al low the bolting Democrats to select ome other Democrat and unite on im but it was too late the die was iast Governor Beckham came inside ie hall and whispered to some of his aders Senator Combs of Lexington announced that Beckham was no long r a candidate and all Democrats were t liberty to vote for any other Demo rat they mi ht choose but they could mite on no other man Senator New nan of Woodford announced that he was authorized to say that a caucus f the Democrats would be held that sight and another nomine selected if he bolting Democrats would come jack and keep Bradley from being lected but it all did no good and af er more than an hour of wrangling he result was finally announced and Iradley declared elected sixtyfour javing voted for him and sixtythreE igainst him It was the first time in he history of the state that legislators looted by one political party had gone ompletely over and helped elect the jomince of the other party Many in tancfs are on record where legisla ors refused to support their party nominee but they always cast their votes for another member of their par y Of course there is some bitterness md charges that money was used are eing made but the public has grown Jo Accustomed to money being used in oolitics that it is looked upon as a natter of course Anyhow if it was sought to prove who paid the money r who received it tho witnesses vould likely testify like the negro witless when asked what was the color f the suit worn by the man he had teen running through his house and le replied Well sir it seems as if le had on a dark redchecked wine colored brown suit The public will ready to believe that money was ised but as to who paid who receiv 3d it or how much was paid nobody will ever tell S There is much speculation as to what effect the result in the senatorial race will have on the county unit local ption bill but noone seems to know is one side says it means the defeat if the bill while the other side says t means the bill will surely pass The Jill has already passed the house ands now in the senate awaiting what aver fate may befall it It has been the current understanding about Frankfort tat the bill would be pass ad by the house whenever it came to a vote but that it would be held up and killed by delay when it reached the senate as that body has been con sidered about evenly divided on the question The senate committee on religion and morals to which such bills are always referred Is largely composed of anticountyunit senators and if the house bill is referred to that committee it may refuse to report it at all Title being the case a fight will likely be made to refer it to some other committee moro favorable to its passage It believed here that if the bill is not passed Governor Willson may call an extra session and name this measure as one to be considered 5 Governor Willson sent another mes sage to the legislature a few days ago in which he renewed many of his for mer recommendations In addition he says the governor under the present law has no power to make or have made the necessary investigations that might result in the conviction of the night riders and asks the legislature to set apart a fund of 25000 which may be und r the governors control to be used in apprehending and conx A LIFE AT STAKE Your life may be at stake when von notice any sign of kidney or Madder trouble as Brights disease tad diabetes start with a slight rregulafity that could be quickly ured by Foleys Kidne Remedy Commence taking itat the first ign of danger Chas C Davis victing men guilty of these crimes He says the militia that has been on duty for the past three months have al ready cost the state about 12000 He urges the passage of a law directing the attorney general and his assistantsIto take charge of and vestigations of offenses against the laws where the attorney general be lieves the local authorities are likely to fail to prosecute such offenses He asks for a speedy consideration of the county unit bill and urges the adop stateIto investigate the cause of the trou bles in the tobacco districts and also investigate the trusts and their con nection with the troubles He thinks the military fund is not large enough and urges the appropriation of 75000 a year so as to put the Kentucky sol diers on an equal footing with the sol diers of other states He recommends a law giving state aid to the building of public roads and again urges that provision be made for nonpartisan boards to control the state charity and penal institutions He calls attention to the fact that there is but little mon ey in the state treasury and says the legislature should be careful in mak ing appropriations In concluding hi message he says I beg to extend to every member of the general assem bly the hope that we shall be found working together for the general wel fare with prudence courage and good judgment and with hope and faith and that the remaining days of the session may be uninterrupted by death or any misfortune and may bring forth good fruits of diligent unceasing and good work in completing the business of the people entrusted to the legislative department and I hope that the general assembly will not delay in what it can do to give power and aicans to put an end to the conditions of lawlessness and disorder It has seldom happened that anyone who bore the name of Kentuckian was will ng to hide his face or personality and t Is a grief and a shame that we have ome to a time when hundreds of pea pIe living in Kentucky do go by night In lawless bands with faces hidden mder masks and bodies disguised to ob people of their liberties to inflict shameless indignities to terrorize vhole communities and to destroy the berty rights and the property values f the people of the state- 5 The bill changing the name of the A li college at Lexington to the State University has passed both louses and will probably bo approved iy the governor this week The Sulli mn bill appropriating 200000 to the tate university and 150000 each to the two state normal schools at Rich mond and Bowling Green has passed both houses and is ready for the gov ernors signature The appropriations are mainly for new buildings for these Institutions It is announced that Mr Carnegie has agreed to give 30000 to each of the normal schools to help pay for library buildings and if this is true the muchneeded libraries for the schools are now assured The attend ance of punils at the two normal schools has grown so enormously that It is likely a third school will be estab lished and a bill has already been inItroduced to authorize the use of old statehouse buildings at Frankfort for the third school as soon as the new statehouse Is occupied by the state officials There is a lively fight ahead it is said over the bill appropriating 460 000 to complete and furnish the new statehouse and beautify the grounds surrounding it The bill as introduced by Senator Bosworth passed the sen ate last week with a provision in it that the present architect Frank M Andrews be retained to complete the building This section is objectionable to Governor Willson and in his special message to the legislature he said so as he insists that the selection or retention of the architect is an executive function and not a legislative one 5 The following bills have pasSedthe senate and will now go to the house for its approval The Combs bill providing that non inItangibleBill appropriating 25000 each to the Western asylum and the Central asylum and 17500 to the Feeble Minded institute The bill creating an educational commission to codify the school laws of Kentucky and to investigate the school systems of other states and report to the next legislature such legis lation as will improve our system The Cureton bill fixing the pay of members of the legislatpre at 10 per day instead of The McChord tobacco bill which places the growing of tobacco under the police power of the state has met with much delay and many obstriu tions in the house It was delayed say eral days by the death of Representa tive McKnight and then it was relia bly reported that the American Tobac co was on the of associaitionpas sage of the measure Later when the bill came up for discussion one or two members from the dark tobacco dis trict opposed the bill on the ground that the dark tobacco people did not want the law passed It will come up again this week but strenuous efforts will be made to defeat it and it Is charged that the American Tobacco company is using all its powerful fiuence against it inIJOHN H STUART CASTORIAPoi Infants and Children file Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Mnatnre ofct8f IThe accouchuient of Queei Victoria of Spain is expected to take place about the end of July Funilture I r The time for Spring cleaning will soon be here and every home will need one cr more pieces of fur niture some nice carpet or matting We can fur nish you just what you want i If you want a bed room suit we have it no mat ter what kind i- Q Itl- if4 t If you want a nice Ingrain or Brussels all wool carpet or agood matting we can furnish i- turN3 jfyou have any upholstering you wish done we are prepared to do same promptly andat the very lowest rate consistent with good work Ce n4fl- o YOpposite CourtliOiso Mt Venon Kentucky IIfIn order to make loom for my Spring stock of Igoods Iwill offer for sale for the NEXT 30 J IIiFtgftg Wr9n1 Nsns v nwrsAll must J 111tl KL HIATT KENTUCKY I E == rConvenience cc of the Savings Account iMany persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid iied As an investment you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings faccount offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are X idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the s entire amount at any time With a determination to save you U are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the ft bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts reguJar4 you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON 1INCORPORATI D MT VERNON KENTUCKY jir x bJIt4rI v Cif ttttftttttttttttttTf Jtitfttttii ttftitttttttitttr T VERNON C 3I1ET CD PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND = EMBAL9IKRS 3- J Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALSC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of r E work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 AB FURNj IaIWHKRUECER 3 Pnone Proprietors llU1U1Ul111U1U1Ul11111111il1111lUl1Ul1U1Ul111UUll111U11111 n 4 9 01oseeoooooooos1111111111 10I8e It a a QinntfaQeee a eAdseest Cetcoo 00 g 8 O P N I N S0 ese Ct ioa00 eoa e 008 ee f SHIELD BRAND CLOJ TIES le are truly tailored they wear as well as i- ij evthey look e leeoeaooeooo MT VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY Men 6 190s I ze cart up No 79 whenyou went to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 i RCo 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 Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss Grace McCall visited relatives here first of the week A M Bradley has moved his new home at Maretburg- J E Singleton the popular Livingston drunim3r was with our merchants yesterday Alex Peunington spent several days here this week with his sisters Mesdames Parrett and Brown James Maret was over at Brod head Wedn esday assisting W H Graves in putting in his exchange Hon W A B Davis was at home Sunday smiles about wha- we did II He never said a wor about what Lellard et al did Mrs Lou Purcell and son Fred were here this week visiting relatives They will leave in a few days for St Louis to make thei- i home Nelse Griffin moved Wednesday to his new home near Conway Nelse is as good a man as any com munity affords and we certainly i hope that he may do well in his location T Meadows will come to IJVernon to take charge of this o the L N providing be can make arrangements for8 suitable location other than the regular section house L 0 i 20uoeooooeieie YiT i r YOU are cordially invited to visit this store and inspect new goodsj r OUR NEW STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING IS HER E READY FOR YOU ALL the new styles patterns and ffibIrics made by Irishclass workmen in higliclass factories SUITSt PANTSODD OVERALLS t i fo fo Never before has more and up the minute line been shown in this town Will you giye us an this to you V Judge L W Bethurum is in FrankfortMiss l1 Francisco was the guest of Miss Louanna Whitehead Atty C C Williams will leave tomorrow for Jacksonville Fla for a ten days visit Judge P D Colyer is in town to day showing the merchants his splendid line of dry goods ro lions etc Miss Lucy Bakerlis very sick and has been so since January first She is in a hospital in CincinnatiMrs Hayes has returned to her home at Wildie after a two weeks visit with relatives and friends here Miss Clyde Lair has been very sick but better at this time Mrs Lair Miss Clydes mother was re ported very sick first of the week E R Davidson special agen Turner Dry Wcolsworth Handle Co was here Tuesday to see L T Welch local agent and thoe bjckory in sight This is one of the biggest concerns in the country and this action would indicate that the panic is about over 1LOCAL FERTILIZER The Lake Erie Fish Guano Brand For sale by F R ASHER Mch 63t Mt Vernon Ky The meeting at the Christian Jasdt ave e additions nineteen to take ship and six by confession Those six were baptized afternoon rThe marriages were reported this week Mr Elza French and Miss Lola Langford Mr John Frence and a Miss Ball Mr Elza Langford and Miss Lay of Pine Hill and Mr William Hansel and Miss Burdine Word reached here Wednesday of the death of Mr Perry Sears at his home near Vanhook in Pulaski county The aise of his death unknown Mr Sears was in the stave business and was will known this county It fIr 6 77 rn nH FOR SALEA number one mare years old Feb 2i3t S H MARTIN FOR RENT farm at Brodhead with good housps good orchard n vej failing spring and a good place for corn and oats Reuter must have a team Apply to MRS MARY ALBRIGHT mch 63t Brodhead Ky REAL ESTATE DEALS James Prewitt near Wildie sold to Dr R H Lewis his farm of 214 acres consideration 4ooo oo Mr Prewitt then bought Lee Coffeys farm three miles north of hereof acres for which paid 180000S Ramsey has bought one half of the Mrs Proctor lot just north of the railroad crossing He gets that portion on which the house now stands but will build a workowet r t one Deputy Sheriff O Gooch o Lincoln county arrested Joe Ba ker near Crab Orchard Wednesday and brought him here Wednesday afternoon and turned him over to the authorities on a charge of houaebreakiug Baker who about vears old entered th home Mr Mat Coffey on Tues day and took a pistol anda few other articles Baker had the pistol when arrested Mr Coffey who lives in the northern part o the county was in Mt Vernon a the time the theft took place That former Rockcastle zens who now live in other otherr states of the Union may avail themselves the opportunity to subscribe for the local paper their native county we desire to get the names and addresses of all of them Those having relatives or friends living elsewhere will us a great favor by sending such names Every subscriber other persons reading this notice who will furnish us with the names those who have moved away will us a great kindness Your friends and relatives in distant lands liks to know what you doing and we propose that those desiring such may have an oppor tunity to know through the columns of the Signal 111 oooosie t wyvw SHIElD r 11 0f e iii fI If 11ul111JIIf H H 4 Miss Ida May Adams has moved her s chool from her fathers resi dence to the public school buildjng Mrs Anna E Miller post mis tress authorizes us to say that the night mail will not be discontinued EGGS FOR SALRS C Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cents per 15 MRS A E SHARP inch 66t Ottawa Ky We again mention two things which we have time and again call ed attention to No article which does not bear the signature of the author will be printed This does not mean that the name willappear in the paper but it must on the manuscript Second obituaries cards ot thanks etc are always charged for which has been a rule in the office for years and we try to treat alike Charlie Simpson died at his nome in Tuesday after an stomfSimpson who Pennsylvaniavcou ears ago and up until last spring when moved to Middlesbbro had ever since made his home honorableeand could claim many warm friends here Soon after came tothi county was married to Miss Amanda Adams daughter of Mr fivte were the eldest being now about years old His remains were lay to rest with Masonic honors in family burying ground near station Wednesday afternoon LIVINHSTO pink cottage on High St is being fixed for the new bride and Pet Drummond hear ing of the cold water treatment ha been taking baths in Round Stone for about two and half months poundTheyore plenty logs and plenty of work an Wilmoth Foure and Mrs Mary Payne from Altamont are visiting their sister at Mt Vernon Mrs Dick Cummins Mr George French of Marietta Ga spent a few days with parents an friends of this place Miss Lida Cook who has been spending the winter in Fla writes o 11111111111 00000000011111111111 00 i11111111il1 eo g 0 g 0 acaesocaessttthfl H oosoosooi eeieeeiee e tye t7unt lee rQl eue9otle09l oe1 SPRING and SLJMM li j CLOTHING iim h ty Ae a l reported WEHAVEACOAT FOR EVERY CURVE AND SUIT FOR EVERY SHAPE S WE will sell you Suit Superior to tailor made atlialf the cl3111- guaranteeJou d satisfactory tit sitit1wt ti HATS1 SHOES SHIRTS COLLARS UNDERWEAR FURNISHINGS Suits from 750 1800 Staes from 1J5 400 a complete to opportunity proving Wednesday throughout 0 Phone oea m If n n n n n n n gItt1 A of 220 he 8 of all nit i of do of do are i be all Middlesbory he he he theI ofThe groomMr one moneyMrs 00 eo If a that she is spending a week with Mr and Mrs J R Stucky former ly of this place but now a resident of that State Miss Odie French of the Sue Bennett College of London was at home for a few meetingJnstheld by Brother J M Rash of Winchester Ky resulted in 36 aditions by BaptismMrs Angie Salyers of Corbin is visiting her sister Mrs Susie Hicks who is very sick at this writingMrs- J B Hayes Mr George Griffin and wife and Egbert Hayes and Mrs Bessie Browning are on the sick list There will be a wedding soon in our town just keep guessing Mrs Mahala Carson and Mrs Ann Owens are better Mr and Mrs Joe Dickerson ate rejoicing over a fine girl and its name is osephineAlso a new girlat P W Durbins name not knownGarrett Burton went back to Blanche Ky Henry Delph will soon have his store and Stna great improvment to the townThe eight hour system took effect Wednesday morning dntItosto two or three EmlyIQuinn George Mullins who has abouedt at Bud Anderson ba moved on High street e Mr Vol Niceleyj aged 72 died at his home in the Southern part of the county Wednesday morning of the infirmities of old age CosLondon Ky carry in stock an immense line of goods including buial cases coffins suits c For bednefit of those who can not come to their store they issue an attractive catalogue giving factqjy prices on furniture for shipment direct to customer todn cents stamps which may be deducted from first order Feb sEl 3t j r gef r Qg 11Meo Isa- r e 1canlel oa If you desire the j c5Co QO e eeGLOVESwe know our prices will please co IIC eoseoo 1 00000000900 i ii tKe A000S00tlN00ea ftegeoo un oonoo n nt 4 Qoooccaoesoooeee SALRMy farm of 200 IFOR the Eastern part of the county 130 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at bargain Address WILLIS ALLKN Withers Ky R CLAYTON 1 Watchmakerand Bargains in Second Hand Watches MT VERNON ICY NoTICEThose holding claim s against the estate of the late J C Childress deceased will present thirtyIindebted to him will please settle same T S LANGFORD admr Feb21 3t Wildie Ky Between 160 and 170 children thesof a fire which destroyed the public school building in North Collinwood a suburb of Cleveland everYe morgue xt children were unaccounted for and all the hospitals and houses in the vicinity contained children souis seriouslysoriginated Jrom a defective furnace The children on the lower floor of the building upperfloorsstampeded Many of tIle victims were trampled to death while others were burned and still others were suffocated knQonjand SUCl1lasjuicesfoundKodol is pleasant to take It is guaranteed to give relief and sold here by Chas C Davis C A S PCO e= aBears IIpltufe eoe A lava 1 n 1111 IFARI 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 whith oak Splendid four room residence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered with two never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Con venient to schoolhouse postoffice and ohurch and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmithshop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH t Feb i4tf Mt Vnrnon Just a little CASCASWEET is all that is necessary to give your baby CAStnor harmful drugs and is highly recom everywhereConforms byChasHICKORY WANTED We want all the good hickory that can be furnished L T WELCH Agent Turnar Day Woolsworth Han die Co Mt Vernon Ky UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire promply filled OOXIKyPhone r I 6vlo0 A Boston schoolboy was tall 8 tOtweak andsIckly aCe o His arms were soft and 0 I He didnt have a strong muscle in hisSo entire body 0 g The physician whohad attended t0 the family for thirty years prescribed 0 0 Scott oS Emulsion v 0 o 0 o 6 NOW 0 To feel that boys arm you Q would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100Ol 6 6 6 6666600 O O OO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN UOCKCASTLE TO BUY Drug3 tationey Cigar Tokeeop paintPIOil and Patent Medicine Diseases of OMJdren A SpeciaFfg t S C DAVIS Prop 53 MAIN STJLEETIMT VERNON ICY 4 GRANVILLE OWENS llLNDERlAKERI i IBrodheadKy I J 33t3 D 4 fS 1f VIAl i I I Winter Tourist TicketsOn for information and list of hotels address H KING Co P 8 T A 111 Main Sf Ky w A CARD This is to certify that all druggist are arborized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your coujh or cold It fepops the cough heals Ihe lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cure la grippe coughs and and prevents pneumonia and con sqmption Contains no opiates The genuine is iu a yellow package Refuse substitutes Chase Davis Sloan of Clinton and Wayne counties said in casting his vpte fpr the County Unit Bill that while be lived in a dry county it was wet for it was on the Tennessee border and no trouble was ever experienced by those who wished their liquor in obtaining it in five gallon jugs He said that a great mass of the 6 people seemed to want this bill rand he would vote for it BEST HEALER IN THE Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says 1 have used Buckens Arniba Salve for several yealS on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use ittoo with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at Chas C Davis drug store FARM FOR SArEI 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 watered There is 35 acresbottom land and well set in grass it sold before April ist will be sold a bargain Address W B SIG ION Wildie Ky It is overj 300000 i idlefreiuht cars in United States One road is said to be hauling empties upland down because all yard space is congested with COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph Robesiphone orders i Filled InFLORffiAAND NEW ORLEANS ICHANGE I QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Sale Novemer 1st 1907 Returning May 31st 1908 I lexington Representative WORLi sac1iiatthreTe carsJ Who Will Be- President Thisis a presidential 3 ear and every man must read to ketp posted on politics The CourierJournalHenry Is a Democratic Newspaper but it the news as it develops lOne dollar a year is the price of tho Weekly CourierJournal But you can ge that paper and the Mt Vernon Signal Both one year for L 50 If you will give or send your order to this paperNot the Courier Journal DAILY COURIER JOURNAL 600 a year SUNRAY COURIERJOURNAL 200 a year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper HOW COUGH GERMS MULTIPLY When you have a cold the mucous membrane is inflamed and youbreatheply especially the paeumd lia germ Foleys Honey and Tar soothes and heals the inflamed air passage stops t1 eco igh aud ex pels tle cold from your svIein Refuse substitutes ChasC Davis The head of Fred Dolph was blown offwith shot gun while he was asleep Clinton Ii His wife was placed under arrest CASTOaXAIBearl 8lguturefI I theJho Ge at Washington Feb 25In regard to the hegotiations which Lave been going on heween the Southern Railway Company arid its em nloyees in respect to a eduction of wages President Finiof the Southern Railway today made the following statement Our ernploee wring under c nlraot having declined our proposiion in regard to a reduction of wages we still feel confident that there should be an amicable adj ist merit and Jo not propose to proceed in any arbitrary way We have notifi d our employees of our regret that thev cannot at the pesent time see their way clear to accept the suggestions as to the sq gestons as to the wage scale which the mat agement considers inperatively necessary under eXStirg conditions and ha e stated to them that we will ask the irediaion of the Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commis sion and the Commission of LaborS under section 20f the Erdmann Act which provides that in any controversy concerning wages which threatens to interrupt the business of an interstate carrier either party may ask the intervent ion of the Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Commissioner of Labor and in the event of such request re quires the officials named to put chinaihes into communication with all practicable expedition with the parties to the controversy and use their best efforts by mediation and concilation to bring abouv an aniicab e adjustment of the questions at issue We have accordingly requested the mediation of the offijialt named in the hope of arriving a an adjustment of all matters in controversy with our men which will be cordially accepted by both interests in vclved This is what Hon Jake Moore state Vardn ot Georgia says of Kodul For Dysppsia E C DeWiu Co Chicao 111 Dear Sir1 have snffeied more than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I hac grown so much wore that I could andI20 Ibs in fact I Ihade up my mind that I could rote but a shot time wh u a Iriend f mine recommended Kcdol I con stilted to try it to please and m I was better in one day now wcighm re thin I ever did in in y life anti am in better health than for many years Kcdol did t I keep a bottle constantly and write this h ping that humanit veroiAug 10 i9i 4 Sold by Chas C Davis SIMPLE HO VIC RECIPE Get from any prescription pharmaccist the folowing Fluid Extract Dandelion one ealf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The above is considered by an eminent authority who writes in New York daily paper as the finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling thm to filter and strain the uric acidand other waste matter from the bljod which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much coniidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without theslightsst injury 10 the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recom mended It is the prescription of an eminent ahthority whose entire reputation it is said was establish edby it A druggist here at home when asked started that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless GOOD fOR EVERYBODY Mr Norman R Coulter a prom inent arcbite t in the Delbert Building San Francisco siys 11 fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for every body It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner andbuilds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine every sold over adruggist counter asa blood purifferit unequaled 5oc at Chas C Davis drug store Ji L Pale Thin Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take it Ayers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicineT- his Is the lint question your doctor would ak Are b web regular He knows that dally action of the bowels is absolutely e eutial to recovery Keep liver active anil your bowels regular by taking laxative doses of Ayers Pills fA Mado Also by J Ayer Co L0t7811MassI J1 lJers VIGORI We have no secrets we puoiii tho formulas cf all our medicines Be carefal about that little c Ugh Get something right away me god reliable remedy that w H move the bowels Kennedy L xative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the bowels and allays infl nhmation at the same time It is pleasant to take and it H especially recommended tor children as it tastes nearly like maple sugar Sold by Jhas C Davis All union miners in Indiana Illinois Michigan and Ohio will walk out April I rather than ccept a cut in wages Tlit operators are illing to close down their mines until the price of coal settles It is possible that the strike will affect Kentucky coal nineSINtEINATiONAL DICTIONARY- A LIBRARY IN ONE BOOK7 Besides an accurato practical and tscholarly vocabulary of English en theIGazetI l JNamesEnglishChristianNamesForeignQuoI i r DlCnONAHTLargestper Editions UK Pages sad Illnitratloni i WriieforTheSloryofaBookFree 4 Springfield Matt 11 Mount Vernon Monumenta WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application lJteiar IronmIFence lifetimeIIMotwARr lROHK5PMW CINCINNATI O catsVCall eea us ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences GEORGE OWENS Pro- pr11A CARSON PAFNTER AND PAP ERJEIANbER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed L MARCH WEATHER AS DISHED OUT BY PROF MARSH Prof Marsh the weatl er prophet of Wilton Place whose i r dictions ar regarded as rcally saysSt wonderfullyI rms and flood changes iu temperature will occi r during the mouth of March The precpitatioi fining the mon th o er the Ohio VajUey and Tenne see c vering the States of Ohio Indi ant Kentucky West Virginia and P nnsylvania wjirbe heavy Cold wave to spring and at times SUUlJ mer heat will prevail with cyclonic winds and torrent of rains causing rising waters ftreams and damaging high LOCAL FORECAST N i me otis storm wth chnrg a1 e t mperature rain and snow to ram iiigh winds prevailing From ithup ro w including Aril i there is much danger of floods during March Between 1St and 4thChangea- ble blusterv weather storms high winds rainstorms probably turning to snqw 5th and 6tb Unsettled 7th and SthColder frost Between 9thand I3thRaifl changing to rain and snow t4th to I5hGenerally fair 16Unsettledweather 7th to i9th Storms rain and wnd Between aoth and rain sleet and snow 23BlusteryI 23d and 24th 25th and 26th Storms 27th and 28thRain wind 29th to 3ist Storms change able tempature oldfashioned larch weather NO USE TO DIE I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you cin get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P Whitt If Rushhoro Patwould not be alive today only for that vonderfulmedicine It loosens up a cough quiker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the caseis pronounced hope remedyforistbma bronchitis and horseness s sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store eoc and 100 Trial bottle free STRAYED Blue and white potted heier head mostly blue oon be two years old Has been gone since lOst July Liberal reward for her return or informa tion leading to her recovery J R REAMS Orlando K- yFoLErslioN1YANDTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pnaumonla R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty J rodhead 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 MYERSDentist ni East Chest nut Street- Louisville KY Will be in Mt Vernon once aI month until May C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY lfiOFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 30 McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robes c r Orders 1edI- a aTTjTT beeninlk and has been made under his sonal supervision since Its perIno one to deceive YOU jn biExperimentsInfants and Children Experience 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 WindColictheStomachThe Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE J Allow CASTORIA ALWAYS 11 Bears the Signature of l1li I The Kind You tee Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 3c3x- The New Store m7 Go to Carmicals for Itvj1 Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes QFigs Haisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefst kand Meats ofall kindsAll delivered in town hen you Jwant groceries call Phone 561 H CARMICAL CO iLW Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Kentucky J re4 IA Tvi We have a few pairs of Mens and Ladies Shoes f and a few Mens flats which have been in stock for V f some time anti are somewhat out of date whichwe fyrvi will sell at most any old price to close out stock In this lot will be found shoes which cost 250 wholesale We have what we calla few real bargains to offer Ask to see them JONAS McKENZIE SON LETTER do I take Cardui writes Mrs Jelemma Mullins of Odessa W Va Because after suffering for several years with female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicines without obtaining relief1I at last found in Wine of Cardui a medicine for all my ills and can recommend it ibotall others for female complaints Cardui furnishes safe relief f backache headache periodical pains irregular painful or unhealthy cata menial flow and all ailments from which sick women suffer A perfect tonic for delicate women A pure subjeartoover a million who used to suffer as you do At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A synptomsand LadiesAdvisory TennJ9 WINE OF J CAROUI L i I