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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l Fridayoud I VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1908 tiI4 AI I ITALKS LOUD y Dont forget your cash as these are casha prIces For the next 30 days fI wil sell all i 10 cent articles at 7 cts w 2 cIsJro c 39cts 100hi 7G cts I501 ciio MENS I i Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth ixoo now 1200U 3 Suits worth 1200 now 900 y- tg Suits worth 800 now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 I YOUTHS I r Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS Sums from 80 cents to 2 1 Boys Corduroy pants were lUo cents now 39 cents iPrices on Shoes the same asl rr whiletheyDont forget the Cash I- fea SKIRTS I- j A lot of Ladies Skirts were M3to 4now 150 to 250 a great bargain RUBBERS I A fine lot of new Rubbersj fresh from the factory at cut Iprices In fact everything is zo per cent less than regulary price Y j- I A lot of Linolium Carpet and 1 Q Rugs Y v COME NOW i IGTJOHNSONJo QUAIL David Proctor one of our boss carpenters is comg some work for Irvin Long Wedding bells are soon to ring in this part Look out Mr Edgar Brown EH Martin Owens still remains in a very criti cal condltc Rev John Elder will preach at trovidence the fourth Saturday and fifth Sunday in ths monthSam Proctor says he will leave for the West soonJacob Elder and Will 0 vtrns are doing splendidly with their singing school at Union The farmers are getting along nicely turning the W Stringer and wife were Jn Brod1- held Monday on business Aunt Louisa Reynolds still remains very feebleMr Geo Noaks and wife of Lincoln county passed through this part enroute to hissonin laws Mr Dump FishersP J Griffin one of our hustling merchants is iiping a fine business ORLANDO Misses Woodie Wolf and Roxey Evans were visitir g relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr W F Anderson and Mrs Hester Robinson were called to Brindle Ridge Sunday on account of the serious illness of the family of Mr Wm RiddleDr W D Laswell was at Widdie and Roundstone Monday on professional business Mr James Anderson was at this place SundayGranny Balland her daughter Mrs Polly Laswell are very sick with the gripMr Wesley Abneys family has been confined with gripRev Williams preached a very interesting sermon Monday at Maple GroveMrs Alice Cook of Blanche and Mrs Mollie Williams were the guests of Mrs Hacker Williams Friday Mrs Cynthia Reams was severely scalded in the face Monday by the explosion of a bucket of water Mrs F J Laswell was visiting at this place last weekMrs Lortie Krueger and son Ed and two little daughters Henrietta and Mary of Louisville are spending few days with her sister Mrs Lizzie Gadd who is very low- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Mt Venn m Chapter No 140 R A MJ Mt Vernou Ky Whereas Almighty God has seen fit in His wisdom to summons n his presence our beloved Compan ion Chas Simpson a member of Mt Vernon Chapter 140 R A M Therefore be it resolved Th t while humbly bowing to the will of a Divine Providence we deeply de plore the loss to our Chapter c f a most worthy and efficient member Resolved That in his death the community has lost a useful citizen the wife a tender husband the children a loving and devoted fath er Resolved That we extend to the family and friends our heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement and commend them to Godwho alone can give them comfort Resolved That a copy of tbe tI resolutions be spread on record of our Chapter that a copy be presented to the dereaved family and a copy be sent to the MT VERNON SIGNAL for puLliatinn t that the usual badge of mourning be worn by the members of the Chap r ter for thirty days f 1sCommittee bTHE LUCKY QUARTER Is the one you pay out for a box l of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at Chas C Davis drugstore The caseof the Government against the Chicago and Alton Railroad Company involving a fire for granting rebates was set for hearing in the Supreme Court of the United States on the first 1 Tuesday of next term A NARROW ESCAPE Many people have a narrow escape from pneumonia and consumption as a result of a xld that hangs on Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds no matter how deep seated and prevents pneumonia and consumptioni Refuse substitutes Chas C Davis t rP 1 N Y pGl Yj y p 0 v A Q il4 Qr G d S tQl l a S l0drp Qa QA rSd rA0 d 2 N y Qc V A P a l lr 7 rDSO d sPr r asc tnflnp rPrA l fi Q a a rA Q yy0 0 r sl h a 9 o rovG r ai sQ p Ao o oA or 1 BltODllEAD Pujhd Chas R Pike of Knoxville Tcnn and Jon D Pike of Leba n In Junction were with parents here Sunday Rev and Mrs A J Pike Wade H Graves has at last got the phone exchange in andIshe works to perrection Mrs E Wilm t is in Williamsburg a hItert phoid leverT Griffin of Jellij C3 Tenn spent a few days here with relatives and friends Thos1 W Evans is in Louisville this week attending court Frazier Hurt of Lancaster was up and spent a few days dere with his cousin Chas C HurtRev J A Sawyers of Pineville spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs A E Albright Rev A J Pike was called to Livingston Wednesday to preac- hfuntralMiss a Maude Watson will open her millinery store about April estI12iss Rosa Pike who is attending Sue Bennett Memorial School at London spent Sunday and Monday here with home folks Master Cecil Reynolds of Cor bin is spending a few days with Goebel PikeA C Kidwell of Lebanon Junction was up from Friday until Monday Joe Bald win and brother from Big Rac coon in Laurell county were here Wednesday and Thursday on busi nessMrs Thos K Francis has returned from a week visit to her mother Mrs Owens at Livings tonMr and Mrs R H Batson of Lancaster are spendihg a few days with Mrs Batsons parents Mr and Mrs Harry HiltonWalt- er Miller Jr is on the sick list we are sory to sayMrs Ellen Mahaffey is visiting her sister Mrs Galen Rodgers in Crab Orchard this weekMrs Walter Hurt vii ited in Maretsburg last Sunday and Monday She was accompanied home by her sisterin law Mrs Angie HurtJopP Albright has returned to Corbin after spending a week with friends and relatives hereEzra Testerman has return ed to Louisville after spending two weeks here with home folksDr Percy Benton was in Stanford first of week on professional business Mrs Scanlon and daughter have returned to Louisville after spend ing several days here with Mr and Mrs John Flynn C The Democratic members of the House Committee on Banking and Currency have agreed to report to the House the minority currency bill introduced by John Saarp Williams as a substitute for the Fowler bil- lCHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY IS BOTH AGREEABLE EFFECTIVE Chamberlains Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs colds and croup and the fact that it is pleasant to take and contains nothing in any way injurious has made it a favorite with mothers Mr W S Pelham a merchant of Kirksville Iowa says For more than twenty yesrs Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been my leading remedy for all throat trouble It is especially success ful in cases of croup Children like it and my customerswho have used it will not take any other For sale by Chas C Davis The Navy Department Monday received a wireless message from Admiral Evans fleet indicating that the vessels areless than 900 miles from Magdelena Bay It is estimated at the department that Madalena Bay will be reached by Match 12 DO NOT CROWD THE SEASON The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and enjoy the exhilarating air and sunshine Children that have been housed up all winter are brought out and you wonder where they all came from The heavy winter winter clothing is thrown aside and many 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 mid winter as there is much more danger of pneumonia Take Chambelaius Cough Remedy however and you will have nothing to fear It always cures and we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia when it was used It is pleasant and safe to take Children like it For sale by Chas C Davis rnn Nl LADIES JACKETS Just received a shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TAN and BRO vVN at 5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come ands e them before you buy elesewhere i t OVERCOATSc A famous faultless brand from ti4 to 10e lest in the land i SUTTS i The famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever day in andcr from 5 to 15 in men and boys sizes q ri iJ SHOES V iWALKOVER Shoes are kno rn the world over as the best Also the iAmercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style W HiYjVfJH RUBBERS 11 Cyclone Rubbers and Felt Boots i ill Phone 87 i r i M8tvw l II F KRUEGER SoN 1v r Mi Vernon KentuCky i lir 363c3c i i ra i AT COST SALEC I have about 100 pairs of the best Shoes and Rub bers on the market and some men and boys Clothing IJ and hats which I offer for cost and carriage as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom busi- nessCALICOES I also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent peryard If you need anything in these lines it will certainly pay you to see our line before you bu- yFRASHER t WEST MAIN STREET YrJccPROGRAM For District Meeting of the Exec utive Board of the Rockcastle Association to beheld with the Mt Pennon Baptist Church on March 28 and29 rgoS- Saturday at n A M i Devotional exercises Rev Dock Gooch 2 Welcome address Rev James Barnes 3 Discourse 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 t SaintsRev C C Wilson 7 Preaching Saturday night Rev A J Pike Everybody cordially invited H C GENTRY G E PAINTER J Ex Board W M HURST Sec- CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLORA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This remedy has been in use for over thirty years and has proven itselt to be the most successful remedy yet discovered for bowel complaints It never fails Sold by Chas C Davis v LANGFORDI The Baptist Sunday school was organized Hummel Sunday with Charlie Coffey superintendent and Thomas Eagan Miss Rhoda Lair Mrs W H Baker Mrs Mahala Coffev teachers Miss Woodier Wolf secretary and Louis McGuire treasurer Everybody invited to a- ttendW H Baker our hustling merchant is doing a good business at home and on the road He had a little bad luck at Somerset his horse becoming frightened at a street car and falling bruised itself up so that it will be some time be fore it will be ready for use again Misses Woodie Wolf and Roxie Evans were the guests of Mrs Abe Sunday lastMrs Jane Coffey visited Mrs Lillie Sharp Sunday There will be preaching at Hum mel Grove next Saturday and Sun dayLee Proctor clerk for Ky FreeStone Co is on the sick list Lee Carter has moved into the house vacated by Henry Adams at Muelersville Tom Eagan of Cove will move into our communi ty in a few days =Mr Anderson Proctor his gotten able to go about the houseMr Marvel Coffry remains very feebleElmer Rector = w is doing extra work in office when Lee Proctor is absent Mrs And v t Robins is in a very helpless condi tionMr George Taylor does not improve anyMrs James Rey nolds is about well again a IllS TWENTIETH DOLLAR TOIL THE SIGNAL Ard N Mex March 13 1908 EDITOR SIGNAL Dear SirI herewith send you r the twentieth dollar I have paid for the dear old Signal from fir t to last But I need not call if old for I hardly think it has gottet jts 4 growth fully yet I know itgets better each year I have just rounded out one year t lin the Wild and wooly west But that name does not suit this r r country now if it ever did Itisas gentle as Marys lamb and of r the fine haired type We have had a very pleasant winter here have had some snow tthavetoWe are having warm almost sum lmer weather now I have seen several exKentuck tans here but I have not met but It rt JMrnear Brodhead on Negro creek It is with a feeling of sadnessrthat I read of the deaths of so ma ny of the old citizens of Mt Ver non and Rockcastle county My 7r14 go 3d friend Mr D N WilliamIS about the only one of the old timers I can recall in Mt Vernor v tYours sincerely f JOHN RENNER H RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED J Chamberlains Pain Balm relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleepy 1tand rest possible which is alone worth many times its cost B F rocker Esq now 84 years of age and for twenty years Justice of the Peace at Martinsburg Iowa says I am terrible afflicted with sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and right hip I have used three bottles of Chamberlains Pain Bairn land it did me lots good For by Chas C Davis I PHTvT y x 1 A The 2OOOOO is to be knows University of KCL 000 each for the Schools at Richmond am Green has become a law ti approval of the Governor SnllivanWatkins bill changing tht trustee system of management of the public suhools to County Commissions his passed both branches the General Assembly and now a waits only the Governors approval to become a law These are two concrete results of a session marked for the most part by mediocrity by petty parti sanship and by a recklessness of appropriation that ha defeated its own ends They are results from which Kentucky will receive imme diate and lasting benefit and to their author to the General Assem bly in this instance and to Gov Wilson the States gratitude is owed Louisville Times THE editor of the Interior journal gets upon his allfour and brands us as a bolter be cause we took occasion to criticise certain articles which appeared in his splendid PiPer If being against Bcckham brands us as a bolter we are glad to receive the honor and travel in that class to which belongs seventyfive to ninety per cent of the Democrats of the State according to Brer Waltons version Our esteemed friend made no attempt to rebut the statements contained in the ar ticle which seems to have so en raged him but an swers only by making he charge that our opposition to iteckham is for personal reasons If personalities be the standard of measurement in the Beckham fight we will ask our esteemed friend the editor and owner of the Interior Journal if the same cow didnt kick him but on the opposite side The following list of bills which Lave passed both houses is not com plete as there are a number of bills of minor importance which are of a purely local nature The list em braces about all of the most im portant measures which have pass ed both branches The 5oo ooo Normal School bill The Crecelius tobacco bill The new school book bill Sullivan Watkins educational bill Volunteer fireman pensionn bill Louisville school teachers pen- Sion bill- Foriy thousand dullard for the State Fair Twentyfive thousand dollars for the State Boardof Health bill Ch ld labor bill Bar admission bill Juvenile Court bill f Steamboats under Railroad Com missiou bill- Detective for Louisville Criminal Court bill- Klair Courthouse bill Shiloh monument bill Repeal barber law bill New dentist bill New printing bill Sixty thousand dollars repair School of Reform bill Thirtysix cent school tax for Louisville bill Meyers pharmacy bill i 4 Ia FADED J er are over d Rigs i three or ie took ef nloinen Lear Wesson and lots but both took 03 one in the breast ught to have passed thro ne left lung and did not come out The other shot passed through the shoulder Each man grapledwith the others pistol and continued their struggle until Jar rett Chestnut and Charley Bowman rushed in and separated them As an evidence of the wonderful nerve of the two men Lear with a hole made by a 44 Colts passing through his body walked nearly a mile to the home of his sister Mrs Har ry Jones and Rigsby with two rious wounds either one or which would have completely put the or dinary man out of business mount ed his horse and rode to his home a mile distant remarking as he rode away I want to go home and see my babies before I de The physicians say there is only chance out of a hundred for Rigs bys recovery Rigsbys wife who was Miss Bowers is dead but he has five children Lear was un married The origin of the trouble dates back twelve or fourteen years when Pur and Jack Rigsby upon one side and Greely Lear and Armp Rowland on the other en gaged in a general fight in which Rowland and Jack Rigsby lost their lives Pur Rigsby was tried for the killing of Rowland but acquit ted the testimony showing that Jack Rigsby was the man who did the killing Lear was tried for the killing of Jack Rigsby and given two years which time he served Trouble has long since been expected between then as a most bit ter feeling existed 1 Lear was buried Wednesday in the Oak Hill grave yard DeWitfs Little Early Risers small safe sure little liver pills Sold by Chas C Davis Hon Harvey Helm our present Congressman was in town Tuesday and made this office a most pleasant call He gave us his announcement for reelection which appears in this issue Mr Helm is making a splendid record in Congress and the people have every reason to be proud of liarIt isa custom and a good one tooto give a repre sentative the second nomination without opposition and we are glad to say the sentiment in Gar rard is strongly in favor of re nO11 nating Mr Helm in this way He had a hard fight to win the nomination last year and those Democrats to whom we have talded Say unhesitatingly that he should be given another term not only ss an endorsement of his good wook in Congress but as a reward for the splendid service he has given his party We have heard ofno opposition to Mr Helm and tru t there will be none Lancaster RecordA LIFE AT STAKE Your life may be at stake when you notice any sign of kidnev tr bladder trouble as Brights disease and diabetes start witha slight irregularity that could be q nckly cured by Foleys Kidnej Remedy firstsign y I aMI 4r 1 ta of- haif e r Hil1 t rum Rock r ied in the k new of there duils living he it to his family or e claimants to the late live in O l1homr- Vcsern f Stares+ IJi1OTl HA v I am going to have for ther MS of the country I offer fat sale my farm ol 8 acres with a good new 5 room house good barn good orchard and two good springs Land lays well 21 acres of growing wheat on it As 2 wagons i oke of 3 year old ca tie a goon mulch cow nod calf some andn tanning tools allnew Will sell all together or sep irate Will give possession ten dIs after sale W A TYMifi BrodheuJ Ky Secretary Tuft has strongly repupiaied some matter ent out by his Ohio press bureau in which thers was an intimition tint li elected President he would not continue the policies o1 President Roosevelt Manager Vorys says the matter vas sent out without his knowledge or consent The lower Ohio River continues to rise and is now a fraction over 38 feet at Evansvile It is ex pected the rise will continue for the next four or iiclass The Wabash White Green and Pond Uivers are alo rising It is ex peeled a stage of 42 feet will be reached which will bring a re newal of seiiou flood conditions C SrJ CBea s the J Big lat of n8 tZh1J2ut rJho VVBI 8e President I This is a president eT nd every man must read tu ketp post ed on politics The UOUf5erOUrna I Henry Waterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can gel that paper and the Mt Vernon Signal Bo hone yell for 1 50 If you will give or send your order to this paperNot the Courier Journalf DAILY COURIER JOURNAL tin 00 a year SUNRAY CO UIll E itJ0 UJINAL 200 a year IWe can give YOU a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE JGHT RUNNING Iwt4 HQMi ti 1 = r RotarytihuttleoraSingleSewing Machine write to THE NEW SEWIHQ MACHIHE COmPANY Orange MassManrsewinc machines are made to ell regardless of quality but the 3icW Jtioinc is made to wear Our guaranty never runs out Sold by authorized dealers only nv de crt wI 0 1thAt r of ddue ofrlIt htaits th ir t as l sue inch p iYirqueut t wire to urn1 ayxlllfttttt ll pJilul ant d uriuatitJB are readily o ne Here is the receipt in Fluid Extract of Umiehon on half ounce Cttiripound Kargon ounce Compound Syrup Sanapa rilla three ouncs Ttke a te spocusul after each il ell and at bed ti well know druggist here in town is ingrculs1dicats are all harmless and easily nixed at home by slinking well in a Ignite This mixture has a pccu iar hilinj aItTon the eaiciit e and Urinary strutue and often cm reoin b the wor f rtesot keuulatisrn in JUt issaidttoremce all bkod d SJi es and cuie the Rheumuism by ion ing the Kidneys fillei and strain from the blood xds stem all uric acid and toul decomposed waste mat ter which cause these fiiiciioi Try it if you are nt well S vc the prescriptionr The KejmbiiCHU vuuimittee of the Seventh appellate district VII meet at Mi S rliny tlarthty and ded Ire Judge E C ORear the llepjottcau iiomisKe uo other icanuidtc hat IUk rtiiouaced The Tenth Congressional Datric Own mittee will miatat the suiu time to ix a rIte for lhe convention to ChicagoiiRep esentative Ollie James of Kentucky in d speech in the H use predicted the election of W J Bryan as President next f til- He congratulated the Republicans upon their promise to ease the inIother matter they were Democratic advice ITHOU3ANfu PERISH everv year frost consumption resulting front a cold theICT Davis District Attorney Jerome went to Albany Monday and handed to Gov Hughes his reply to the bjIWilliiini F King former presides of the Vlerchants As ointon The reply e Jbrac da g jli11md- specific denial of the various charges In reply to a St Louis newspaper which asked where he purchased his mailed shirt Col facir Chinn wrote a cearacteristic reply resenting the insinuation that he wore a steel shirt and saying that he would as sOn slnot an enemy in the back as to wear ucha Orino Laxatue is told under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stom ch trouble or any form of indigestion If it fails the manufacturer refund your tnjiev Wait more can any one do Chas C Davis iIbqedrtt renl chU1drfamilies a better service than to learn of and reliable remedies that correct childrens ailments Many grown peo ignoranceorof upChildren to constipation bowIelsmally and soon chronic constipation allthroughcontinually and as a consequence indi gestion sets in soon followed by wormsor stomach pains or diarrhea or any one of a rlihtftselfpresentandofsomethiigand nothing better for the purpose is known than gripesbutSOcentorachilddlsIsesMrs the CaldwellsSyrup isfrankher fiveyearold boy is entirely due to this won andseeclaimnndFREE TEST Those wishing to Dr Clld welts Syrup lJuy byaddressln thosewhoGentlestyetTHEPUBLICas PEPSIN This product bears purity OfPEilSINSYRUP 113 Caldwell Bldn MontleeUb U Sold by CHAS C DAVIS i i f A NEWS OF KENTUCKY i hrrley Told Information Concerning b Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians TOE STATE NEWS IN NUTSHELL tart Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im part Which Are Attractlnf Attan tlon Throughout KcntuckyI Lexington Ky March 13 Trouble is expected in Bath county on account of the receipt of notes threatening to poison the cattle of those to whom they were addressed The followingIi notes have been received nent farmers and Equity men Dear SirThIs is to notify you that unless you permit us to raise a crop of tobacco in 1908 you will not raise any cattle Another note said Dear SirThis is to nrtfy you that if there is any tobacco beds or tobacco destroyed in Montgomery or Bath counties in 1908 look out for your own property The notes were signed Tenants These notes were typewritten and mailed at Mt Sterling and enclosed in each was a small envelope contain ing a white powder- A reward of 1000 has been raised by citizens as a reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or per sons sending these threatening notes THREATS CARRIED OUT Campaign of Cattle Killing Begins In Kentucky Lexington Ky March 14Follow ing close on the letters recently mailed in Mt Sterling and received by farm ers of Bath and Montgomery counties in which arsenic was enclosed with a threat comes the first report of vio lence against Independent tobacco growers in the county of Fayette An attempt to destroy the herd of cattle belonging to R M Squires whose farm is near Chilesburg was partially successful Three cattle are dead from poisoning and six more are in a precarious condition The timely discovery of parts green in the trough before more feed was put in saved the remainder of the seventy cattle in the was placed in the pensI time during the night which were poisoned are supposed to have eaten before the morning feed was put in Under one of the troughs a can which had con tained paris green was found Mr Squires knows of noenemy who would have desired ro to injure him and has had no quarrel or controversy that could explain it He has been on the independent side in the tobacco controversy and his attitude has been generally known He has offered a reward of 500 for the capture and conviction of the guilty parties IN DANGEROUS COUNTRY Two Traveling Men Unconsciously Get Between Firing Lines in Kentucky Dixon Ky March 1GThe fatal wounding of Deputy Marshal Smith Childers bj Jake McDowell at Providence Ky Saturday evening almost precipitated a race war and was the indirect cause of two traveling men being shot W H Carter a traveling man of Chattanooga was dangerously and perhaps fatally wounded and J B Barry another commercial traveler was painfully wounded The two men were shot from ambush by negroes while driving between Dixon and Providence in company with two other drummers The negroes who did the shooting evidently labored under the partIwhile attempting to arrest McDowell The negro was immediately taken into custody and hurried to Dixon for safe keeping A mob of whites immediately began forming and negroes in the vicinity of Providence hearing of this also armed themselves and lay in wait by the road over which the mob was expected to pass They mistook the traveling men for the advance guard of the mob and after firing on them made their escape McDowell after being brought to Dixon was hurried on to Henderson The mob in pursuit arrived at he Dixon jail at 2 oclock in the morning and finding there was no chance of getting McDowell immediately set out to beat the country with bloodhounds for the negroes who had fired on the traveling men Thus far no trace of the culprits has been found Carter was taken to a hospital at Evansville Ind- POWERS IS AMBITIOUS Wishes Pardon Before Congressional MeetsI12 S M Wilscn of this city and Judge J C Sims ofJ3owling Green counsel for Caleb Powers have decided at Pow erss request to appeal to Governor Wilson at once to examine the peti tions forwarded to him for Powerss pardon and to pass on them It is said that fully 100000 names have been signed to the petitions Powerss idea in wanting the petitions passed on now is said to be that if he JB to be pardoned he wants to know it so that he can take steps toward prosecuting his candidacy for congress in the Eleventh district where the convention bas been called for June CASTOR 8 AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Rtnature ofam d EGGS FOR SALES C Brownj Leghorn eggs cents per MRS A E 15IcU66Vur j Ottawa Ky i urnl urei s 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 111qlttingVIe can fur nish you just what you want-s If you want a bed room suit we have it no mfter what kind F1 1Tr I If yBrussels all wool carpet or a good matting we can furnish it YPHO T HN Ifyou have any upholstering you wish done we are prepared to do same promptly andat theEvery lowest rate consistent with good work COtaXXOpposite Qourt ho lie rJ1t Verllqn Kentucky r 1 Gre f Redul ton if 1ltIu order to make roots for my Spring stock ofItr UJI f l Wens 1 n a O S Pants eV corJ I rgns Wraps and Mgns Undatw a ifAll must go regardless of price t- il All goode this cash or producerJ 1Yours l Ir C11 HIATT mlA KENTUCKY III J rConvenience of the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent I vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is iuij ed As an investment you can compute the net returns vingsflt idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you 1are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the I bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts V regurtbyouwill call at the bank VN THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED i MT VERNON KENTUCKY J7 ow rr7 K arYyrY t 4 = J tttt1tft tttttjittttitttTtt f1tttittttttjittttt1t f1tt1 f m AT VERNON MEET CD iC- k PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AM- DEMBALMKIiS sMt Vernon Ky 55 COUCH EWETALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes gE Licence Erabalm will have charge of that line of Eworkfor the company = EOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3w w 148 FURNISH W H KRUEGER rs pnone Proprietors 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl1111111111111 11111111111111i f1JIISif 4 c 4- t a i MT VERiMON SIGNAL I MT VJSRNON KY Mcli 20 1908 I 79 Call upNo 7Q whenyou wont to Corn municnte with SIGNAL 79 0 rna 4 R R Co 1TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 21 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered it the Mt Vornnn Ky 1ostoffice as swoiiilriHsis jil terI PEn ojSfL W C Mullins spent a few days here this week Mrs Ben Brummitt died at Liv in ston Tuesday beenlvery sick for several days Attv and Mrs J W Brown were in Louisville Wednesday r S N Davis and little daughter Lena are here from Chester Tenn John Pruitt the Hazel Patch Tuestday 1Mrs Rebecca Re nolds of Ma retburg is reported better this weekJas Meadows will come to Mt Vernon to take charge of section hereMrs P P S ngleton is very low of consumption and not expected to liveB King is here this week taking evidence in his suit against W J Sparks Misses Grace Cox and Maggie Hansel attended the Cox McFer ron wedding Monday Rob Cox U G Baker land R A Whitehead were in Louisville Tw sday buying goods Miss Jennie Davis the splendid assistant in this office spent a por tion of this week in Louisville Will Rowe Rowdy Bill held down the business at Sparks Quar ry during the absence of Mr CoxI Mr and Mrs C S Hiatt spent Monday until yesterday in Louis ville Mrs Hiatt purchased her spring line of Millinery Mesdames Alice Tate and J F IGriffin went to Gum Sulphur yes terday to see their mother Mrs Vallen who is very sick Atty and Mrs George R Brock of London stopped off for a few hours Tuesday with relatives here while enroute to Louisville to see Ben Hur E E Strange of Liberty one ot the Al printers of the State is do ing good work in this office while our splendid foreman W T Da vis is taking a few days needed restJudge and Mrs W P Lincoln of Louisville and Mr arid Mr Seeley of Cincinnati attended the burial of Chas Neild Jr here last Saturday They with Mr and Mrs Neild and daughter re mained over until Sunday after noon with the family of their broth er Mr Willis Adams R A Sparks is one of our busi est men He divides his time be luteu the plants at Cluro Mulling Station Sparks Quarry and Tun nel No1 looking after the me chanical department at each place He now has the big job on hand- of installing the crusher plant nea Tunnel No i All the plans and specifications are worked out by him as well as the drafting LOCAL New phone John V McKenzie residence No 851 Is there yet a Mexican war vet I eran in Rockcastle Sheep were never known to as I high as at prevent tFERTILIZERcar load of the Bower Fertilizer Jonas McKenzie Son i FERTILIZER The Lake Eri Fish Guano Brand For sale b i F R ASHER IMch 6 3t Mt Vernon Ky I FOR RENTA farm at Brodhead with good houses good orchard everfailing spring and a d place for corn and oats ReuferI Jnust have a team Apply to MRS MARY ALBRIGHT Inch 63t BrodheadiJKy rIII Cincinnati has coined a new word Notela person without a telephone R R Mullins has commenced prejparaThe big blast put off at Mullins uFIthree hundred car loads of sand Circuit court will begin next Monday There are 42 Common lw 84 Equity 23 Felony and 83 Misdemeanors cases on docketi FOR SALEA pqnare piano in good condition and will he soldat a great bargain Apply to Mi s Ida May Adams Mt Vernou Ky Mch2o 3t MILLINERY OPEEINO Saturday March 28th 9 A M to 6 p 11 During this opening dis- pliy we will exhibit a large line f Dress Hats and Radyto wear Hats You air invited Come Mrs Ceo W Brown NOlICEI will return from tin city about April rst with a complete and upto ate line of Milli try with styles to suit the locality and prices to suit the times Call and see me before making your purchases Re ptIMPS Mch 203T Brodhead Ky It seems to us that some of our citizens who are able to do so could make it profitable to build a few houses for rent There i hardly a day we do not see sow one looking for a house in Ml Vernon and not a single empt one Even the upstairs of some of the business houses are now be ing used for residences CARD OF THANKS We wish to tender our sincere thanks to tlu good people of Livingston and Mt Vernon who so willingly rendered us valuable assistance during the sickness death and funeral ofour son and brotuer Alex Those generous acts so willingly bestow ed will ever be remembered and cherished in our hearts- A Pennington and family L T Welch local agent for tle Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co closed a deal Wednesday with F Krueger Son for 900 acres timbered land on Skagg Creek It is estimated that three are 1000 cords of hickory in the boundary which will take two years or longer to worK out in cluding the timber located on adjoining land which will he brought to the mill which will be located on this tract Harve P Watts who was in jail at Stanford on the charge of mur der committed suicid by taking no grains ofchloral In September of last year Watts shot to death Haldon Vandeveer the Q C agent at Kings Mountain He was intoxicated and killed his victim without pro vocationHe a brother of John P Watts a wealthy lumberman of Harriman Teun who had engaged Judge M C Saufle and oth er wellknown lawyers to defend him He leaves a wife and eight children who are now living at Stanford He was about fifty years of age Alex Pennington aged 25 died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs A Pejningtou at Livingston Sunday afternoon after an illness of only a few diys For many years he had been afflicted as an epileptic and while the family fully recognized that the end was theyscloserOnly last week he was in Mt Vernon visiting his sisters Mesdames Parroit and Brown apparently as well as he had been for many months but returning to his home he was soon seized wilha violent attack of that awful malady which had completely wrecked his life For many years he was a faithful employee in this office and gave up the position because of his healthThe remains were brought here Monday on the noon train and tak en to the Baptist church where short but appropriate services MetYafter which the remains were laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery Besides his devoted father and mother he leaves several brothers and sisters nyI egne4IffiOa SHOES ARE eQ TOGl8 The is no better time to a care has e el t1en in yon select Agra t deal ofselecting our spring stock of shoes which tueans we have sizes and styles to Pleasethe mostoc STAR dn1A D Shoes We handle exacting purchasers of fnoUvear They are refs nothing else for we know we can serve yonr wants at all times to better advanta in Starse ar twn any other shoes t PATRiOT STOE This is one of the natty spring styles inI t3 the line for men at ocA g l Some men dont care about paying 500 o g for a shoe For those we have the Patriot I lie I ace e C9So es a I AM SHOWING THE BEST LINE a 5 OF MENS WEAR INafOQ ee MT VERNONCSffl C3O 9 eO Oli Af- Vae co O 0 t 8JCJ90 aeQsec 0AmSC60Q89ti e 000000aoA000AO090e0000000 e as aoooIoeeeo 0 0 o Rev J W Masters will preach it the Christian church next Mou day night March 23rdat 7 oclock Val Freemens residence with alt of its contents was destroyed Pine Hill this week No hinsurance Mr and Mrs R A Welch are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby at their home Mother and babe both doing well FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 100 per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per setting Mrs W J Edmiston Mch20 tf Crab Orchard Ky Chas Nield Jr the only son of Mr and Mrs Chas Nield passed into the great beyong last Friday morning after an illness of only a few days For more than five years he had been sorely afflicted but for the past several months had been feeling much better andat the time of his last illness was in Wilton where are located the large coal mines for which his lather is General Manager His father and mother were at their home in Louisville when the news came bearing the sad tidings that their only son the pride of their hearts and thobject of their fondest hopes was dangerously ill Double pneumenia soon made its appear ante and in less than thirty hours from that time death ensuedand his gentle spirit wafted to the God who gave it The remains were brought here Saturday and laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery beside his grandparents Capt and Mrs Jack Adams The silver cord is loosed the golden bowl is broken the dust has returned to the earth as it was the spirit has returned to the God on high The devoted boy who remembered his creatorin the days of his youth ere the evil days came or the years drew nigh when he should say I have no pleasure in them has finished his course and reached the heavenly goal while yet an infant in th- race e of life The floral offerings were equal in profusion and beauty to anything ever seen here before the broken wheel emblematical of the first broken Sopee STAR BRAND BETTER fAE Patriot 400ez A PATRIOT t0eb50 g A0AA00AAOAOOAOe00660A00000AASAP00RQA0GA00A0 e apo SPRING SHOES a e 9 e5 These are trop of our leading styles in SHIELD BRA ND Clothes for men and boys for summer wear Come in an see them Prices 10 up to 18 Color Browns Blues Blacks and Fancies PHONE 77 0tbti A eQ8 gEtait800ririBi6 ta 09 e9mbi s0 eooceoeeOQODOOOClCOOe e 0040CoxMcFERRONAt the home of Dr and Mrs W J Childress Livingston last Monday evening was solemnized the marriage of their sister Miss Mattie McFerron to Mr E B Cox At the oppoint ed hour the couple attended by Misses Georgia and Nell McFerron sisters of the bride Mr C C Cox a brother of the groom and Mr A B Furnish tr ok their place Rev J W Masters pastor of the Mt Vernon Christian church pro nounced the ceremony in a most beautiful impressive manner At the close of the ceremony hearty congratulations were extended and at i oclock and elegant three course supper was served by Mrs Childress assisted by Misses Geor gia and Nell McFerron The bride and groom accompanied by Miss Georgia McFerron and Mr A B Furnish left on the early train for Louisville where there honey moon will be spent after which they will return to Mt Vernon to make their future home The parentso received by the newly wedded couple were numerous and handsome as well as valuable The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Houston McFerron of Pine Hill She is a young lady of many graces of mind and person who is capable of filling the tom she will adorn with happiness and with prove to be truly a helpmate and companion by the husband she has chosen to honor with her hand The room is from one of our best families and by those who know him he is considered one o the Substantial young men of the county who will make his mark as a worthy son of honorable par ents The congratulations on the happy event are numerous and this paper is greatly pleased on this oc casion to add its hearty good wish es to those being so freely extended BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL J D Barker superintendent of The Sherwin Williams factory at Montreal gave an address in Janu ary before the New England High School Teachers Association on what the business world require thellighschools to do for boys He voices the opinion of thousands of firms enjploying men B- eloLTIT w are a few of the points The rest will be given next week Commerce has for a long time engaged the attention and ene rgies of the larger proportion of the population but the importance of it in compo rison with other occupations deserves to be emphasized Busi ness includes within its sphere of operations the supplying of human ity with all civilized necessities includes the developing ofall na lures resources and their trans portation manufacture and distribution The standard of success in business is fully as exacting both as regards natural qualifications and special training as in all of the learned professions It is there fore not surprising that the various branches of commerce shouldnow attract not only the cleverest and most energetic but also the most highly cultured and refined among our population The first item on the specification ot requirements for business is physical fitness A boy who is well and able to do his work everyday and all day is more valuable than one who can run hundred yards in ten seconds but loses two or three da s out of every month through ill health Therefore ex cesuh e sport or exercise is unde moderen battlefield and calls for the exercise of all martial qualities courage self control quickness of eye and wit endurance patience cheerful ness under defeat a sense of fair ness and the will to take chances quailfties required is a willingness to learn A boy has not finished learning when he completes High School On the contrary all he possesses by this time is the mental preparation to begin to learn busi ness Second DisciplineThis has three aspects the first of which is punctuality This is more and more insisted upon and the boy who is punctual can often atone for want of smartness 2 Obedience A boy is not at first expected to exercise his own judgmsnt or iui tiative but is expected to carry out pace and to the letter the ir tions that are given him It is surprising o see how many boy s do not seerajpoTeaUze this 3Re JTdL9 0 Ae000AeA0Oabp49STAR SHOES ARE BETTER 0anbuyO3ItGalt eeQ f IiRE I I ueCyet = I SHOE The SOCIETY1 that getQOasshoe for women that JY eo nice things about It is made in Patent 000 u0os r t leather and Vici over stylish htt4Qa h J S t QUAKfR Most any lady can enjoy herself more if woo oo Qe ef her feet are cool and comfortable Nothing eao t4 eeoWICoooureae ov0e03oe seSa1 e MAKE MY STORE YOUR HEADseege QUARTERS WHILE a eoo1NQQo taao ego 000 0e e00r0eeo eo tJ800 eo18 ee e6e O Q OQ C6 a seooeebovoeaoooAeeoooeaoeoaoaoreeere spect for superiors Busines ij not democratic any more than the schools and the men occupying the high positions in business gain ed them through merit and fitness and are wouthy of respect Third Accuracy This is more important than extensive knowledge A boy should be absolutely sure of what he knows The abil ity to add a long column of figures and check his own work is worth more to him than a knowledge of logarithmsFourth Good Handwriting It is possible for everyone to write and easy legible hand This only requires intelligent practice Fifth The English Language Commerce is world wide in its operations and an enormous a mount of business has to he carried on by correspondence but few men can write a good business letter still less dictate one successfully to a stenographer Thorough drilling in grammar spelling and composition and a course of reading in the best of classic English authors are the elements ofa knowledge suitable for commercial require ments Only a love for the best authors will enable a boy to ex press himself in good English and equip him with a sufficient vocabu lary The Music Department is fast getting into splendid running or der The pupils are showing an interest in the serious side of the work and good res2lts are sure to followBesides Miss Florence Allens Lectures which will he in April Miss Smith and Mr McDonald are planning three recitals during the term one for the pupils one for themselves and one in which both will participate They will include not only the piano work of the pupi Is tint quartettes fr a ai rious voices t hQ orchestra and tLe dormitory girls and boys in Col lege Glees There will be no charge for admission for either Faculty or Pu pit Recitals and a cordial invitation is extended to all friends ofthe school pcm the usual services will be held iu the Chapel of Brown Memorialijj Spool Miss Smith will sing a selection from Galls Holy City and the orchestra will play the fa mous II balen from Verdis II Trovaton t Everybody is invited to these Sunday services They are dis tinctly religious but nonsectarian in characterThere alway be good musiV a Bible lesson and short talk ilgq ustrating the scripture reading Mr J R Orndorffaged about seventy fiue died at his home in Livingston last Thursday after an illness of several weeks Pjp as he was known among the rail road boys although he was about the oldest was one of the best en gineers in the service of the L N Company His remains were taken to Stanford on the Gaily train Saturday morning and laid to rest in the Stanford cemetery Be sides his wife he leaves two sons land two daughters to mourn the loss of a kind husdand and devoted father Just a little CASCASWEET is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish CAS CASWEET contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recom mended by mothers eerywhereo Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis 4 T OY4I iH6 POWDER Absoiutely Pure The only halting powder made wIth Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Phosphate fliT1 ccc == = 7 1 l zO- OO cO OO O +v 40 Most people know that if tliejf have 0 been sick they need ScozYs Emtll jton to bring back healthand strength fliit the strOgest point b911t Scott g Emttfofon is that you dont have tbe 0tick to get results from it t 3IA Ifyo r Food in concentrated form for sick and 00 well young and old richand poor = it contains no drugs and no alcoholS IAnd DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO 0OO eQaO tOOO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY DruLtcthoney Otar Tobceop paintfi OiJand patent Medicin f Diseases of Children A peoiaffy SC DAVIS Prop p LJ MAIN STREET MT VERNON Kl d3K l GRANVILLE OWENS 1UNDERTAKERIIBrodheadKy r M I a VIAr I II I For UfomttioB and lift of address 0 Co KING C T Lolli Hate St Icrin oa Ey G A CARD This is to certify that all druggist are authorized to refund your money il Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your couh or cold It stops the cough hea the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cure la grippe coughs and and prevents pneumonia1 and con umpion Contains no opiates TheRenuine is in a yslloy package substitutes ChasC D1p All persons having Watches in my shop or repair work to do will please call by the istof April E Clayton Jeweler Mt Vernon Ky Get DeWittsQarbolized Witch Hazel Salve it is be Hug oohirig and cooling Itisgojdfor piles Sold by Chas C Davis The Senate at WaghingtopMdn day spent over an hpurlii debating the Krve bill providing materials and sjippliesliipped from tbe UnitedxStates for the Panama Canajsnall be only in American vessels jIfinal action was taken i A Alw3Ys 8 J FARM FOR SAEI goffer for sale my farm of 105 ijictes one fourth mile west tRoundsfone Station 45 acts iu cultivation balance timber Gmj hcmseand t barn and wijterei SlPfieTeis will be st ld a bargarsgddje fs M Bn bg l1T1ule VI COMPLETE LINli ill TeleIphone I FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS d WITHOUT CHANGE I QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE WinterTl1ristTickets On Sale Novcmer 1st 19Q7 Goo4 Returning May 31st 1908 I I totels PS Noticeti that well se11in GOOD FOR EVERY BODY Mr Norman R Coulter aprom ineiu architect in the Delber Building Sn Erancisco Sp I fully endorse all that has heen iaidof Electric Bitters fis a tonic medicine It is good for eveiy iody Itcorrects stomach live kidney disorderi in a pro mpi qndefficientnianner and h ildsuj the5 tetl1w Electric Bitters h tnei best spring medioire eVtrV nld OVer a drugistcounieras8Jo- Qd purifier it is unequild v5flc at Chas C Dayis dnigstore ir FARM EOR SAtE A farm of icio acres lobaterfiiealir Pongo in the southern part of hi1 countv There are 75 acres cultivation balance in timHer1 anr contains some first class wtiifh oak Splendid four room iesideuc vitii necessary outbuild ings Gbd storeroom and black smith shop Well watered with two never fail frig welts within afew feet of the house Splendid jbu g brcUaftdiAf 100 or more trees The erittfe bounnry under gbod Fence Con1 venient to school house post office and Dhurcb and a splendid pbfift Sbr a gQodncbuutfysl6ie1 5ahvd blacksmith shopv A bargaifl il sold at ouce Fdr full pariicuIars address fA BFDRNisia v Feb i4tf t Mt Vrirtirr d = SJIBf HOW COUGH G E lsin c MULTIPLY When you hav ldthe mucous me1P ran is inflamed and the diseased germs which yon bre the find lodge1tnentTjndi muiti ply especially the jjpntiutuqtua gerhiv Foleys Honey and Tht- tjothes andhea1sTffe hlithdifrpassage stops the coigb and e1 pels tLe old from your svstern Refuse subititutes GhaG Davis T iseveiat wfeSfcsi past the eutFn1dovnjit Chattanooii Ludlow Oak dale Birmingham and Somerset in uncb es of a scpreor more The Fergn son shops blfve lost inTnlkt tune more than a hundred and fifty m- achInttsandhejprs J On Saturday the anticpated J or der tame to close the Jbaclrshops aid let off all the force except bout twenty five men in the round house ffieat to keep lip running repairs t As for Jhe pemancyof this c ose down in which so many are interested it is not tor anyone to speak adyissdly The road has a large number of idle new engin s on hands is in position to stand s vtr months of rigid economy of repairs iftbv nacessity of doing so continues The withdrawal ofa pay ronai a out 50000 ver montBat Somer se looks a sjfiqus matter to the b isiness ofthecity andis not very- cherfuByspared from tVadc chan nals V If reports be true as to the future intentions of the road niaiiagemei t the isa silver lining t1Thoe banging cloud It is Suggested that the closing of the shops he came necessary under present re gime to avoid conflicts with the La bor Unions and Interstate Commerce Law in regard to discharge enployes without lawful excuse It H further suggested that the Corn pany will make the Ferguson shops open and employes of the future will have to enter same uuaffili ated and under a revised wajie scale that the Ferguson shops will become atperhaps an early day what has been all along intended the main construction and repair shops of the Q Gsysttm Somerset Journal Be careful about unthat littk j cough Get something right away sonic goO Jia dy t6 will move lhebowels Keni1edy1 Laxative Coughs Syrup yet promptly on tbe J bwekrand illays infiiuiirnatioa t the sanu tme It islpleasant la takeapd it k 6specift Hyrecorirnf2rideai Ttr children as it tastes nearly lile maple sugar Sc fl by Chas C Davis Sj SlijIfltbeDiiidcffiii ion ne2 wa4 eteJ by in ore whelming rasjprtvt to represent as5flcJU1Liatlic Leghlatuie- His Republican ohpo ten Charles fe maiirnit the race as ah anti Society of Equity1 mail andwa e tten hviJ33 votes CRNC LaXa1i 8Ftuit8Yrup Pleasant to take The rifew laxatiVeV Does not gripe prauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chioric con stipatipn by restpring the natural action ofthe stoma h liver riH qW elsit RofU8oIubntItuto price BOo 1n Mount VernonMonumenlal- r WORKS d c 0 M f tii1 DEALEU Pll rhleml rinite Moquent l oi all cw1 tiim te Lf1lltilished- QpopplicatIon HU N t o ALSOAe T1Fdli t irrl1iI Stewarts ironencesi iVit jjfFencc CheflertHan oqtlJiJJto8ita uretIine 11 ilgEwt Atartfi rlas jrjis JlditwRfJo4wurCmC ATI Oijr 100 ddl ici stowa 00 esUJ lvzCo rUm surprise lOa l 1I C J JirjGEOEGrE Propr d LIoes Iour1 toIndayjr bad blood bad health And you know precisejy what to take for bad blood Ayersj Sarsaparilla Doctorshave I endorsed it for 60 years Oridfreqnent cause of liail blo1ls a sluccUli Tina JHXincts cin liliitiuii Iuisuuous suli t4ices aio then alworlicil Into the blood Kccptho bowels len with Ayers Illls =LJL 111 Mac lra r ron Yac jqers We have no secrets Wo publish ills fovJiuilas of all cur medicines This is what Hon Jake Moore 4tate Warden ot Georgia says of Kodol For Dyspepsia E c DeWitt Co Chicago 111 Dear Sirsl have suffered more than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my Stomach I lost 20 Ibs in fact I made up my mind that I could no live but a short timewhen a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please him tod 1 was better in one day now weigh more tin i I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanitj will be benefitted Yours very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Angf io lOo4 Sold by Chas 67 vfJSVTs Gov Charles E Htigbe Satur lay received the lI9ogell ell of he New York Republican State Jomnitttee fork the presidential auiiuationThe resolutions adopted bv unanimous vote com mended President Roosevelt foi srugged determination to oppose wrongcloipgandin demanding justice for alland classed him with the greatest and most heroic figures in American history Washington Lincoln Grant ant McKinley HWIN THE WQRLJ Rev F StdrbndoF East Ray rnond Maine says I have ustc BuCkletis Arniba Salve for severa eaJS on my old army woundand ther obstinate sores and fiodi the best healer Jn the world 1 use it too with great success in m veterinary business Price 25C- at Chas C Davis drug store WEBST Rts INtERNATIONAL DICTIONAtrA LIBRARY IN ONE BOOK N Besides an accurate practical and enlargocttheEngllshLanguageDictionary of Fiction Now Gazet toci of the World New Biographical Dictionary Vocabulary of Scripture Names and Latin and t English Christian NmesForei Quo jj ta lon Abbreviations Metric gyefom 1SHOULDWEBSTERS I ilhforThB Slery of a BookFree fG Springfield Mass ill 1 K1LLTHBGOUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS I WITH Or Kings II IIIAND ALLTHROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFACIOK OR MONEY REFUNDED WA CARSON PAfWTER AND PAgnANERWALLPAPER1 MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing I rour order irkw uar titeed n F 7rirL Tue Ffo4sv passed the Slnanreducational bill which changes the whole system of school trustees aId establishes a high rchool in every county in the Statt The oil brovidt s that tlie county sha e the governing uniijjl school matter nod Qtaiax fnot to gxceed twenty cents shall be levied for school purposes ih each county A county board of education which shall consist ol not Jess than four nbrmore than members hi tbe County School SuperintendanU as a member exofficio is to established This board is to betselected by the election of school trustee in each district and the trustees of these cisiricts to compose a board ot education in divisionI cational divisional of the which there shall be not less than four nor more thaQiht The teachers ateio be selected by the division boards and each trustee is required to look after theneeds of tie schools in his district The main feature Vbi the bill aside from tht aliation in the methods of managing chools is that each county iu the Striteshall- have a high school The bill now goes totbeSenale and is rac i ally certain to pass there both the Democrats qdJ ppbJi ans favoring it The bill does not effect a graded high school or graded city school which now exist NO USE TO DIE- s s have found out that there is no liseHo die pf lung trouble as long as you can getDr Kings New DiScovery says Mrs J P White ofRushhoro Pa I would not Tie alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hope less Tbis most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and horseness is sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 5oc and 100 Trial bottle free The February statement of the London Board of Trade shows decreases of 2499000 imports and 619000 in exports a Although tood imports increased in Februaiy by 10000000 they are more than ffset by the decrease in raw m terid Kodol is todav the best known and most reliable rem dy ior all disordeis of the stomach such as dyspepsia heart burn sour tomach and belching of gas Kodol contaiLS the same juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol is pleasant to take It is guaranteed to give relief and sold here by Chas C Davis A 9TiO IrABear BignDture of A R w PYCHE = B NTISTMT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Courthouse- All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialtyrodhead Marble Work KYI by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D n ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist rii East Chestnut Street- Louisville KY Will be in Mi Vernon once a month until May cc Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY 1OFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No fio TV M CLjtRY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promp- tlyStanfor44cyp r 7 f51i J The Kind You flave Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its pcrIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tim health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Co iclt relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy ant natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE JCASTORIABears ALWAYS II I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years C- ITYThe 04 m SP Ajf I New Store rfi Go to Carmicals j fo1IPineApples Fresh Oyst Q Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked w Beans Beetsteak and Meats of all kinds T yoiiI561IiW+ H CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon i Kentucky 5 Yf yv v IA n r ir 1 kI R ShoesIiWe have a Jew pairs of Mens and Ladies and a few Mens7 Hats which have been in stock fory cisome time and are somewhat out of date which we willsell at most any old price to close out stock W In this lot will be found shoes whicncost 50 wholesale Ve have what we call a few real bar v gains to offer Ask to sue them f JONAS McKENZIE SON 3 A EEC WHT do I take Cardui writes Mrs Jelemma Mulliris of Odessa W Va Because after suffering for several years with female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicines without obtaining relief I at last found in Wine of Cardui a golden medicine for all my ills and can recommend it above all others for female complaints Cardui furnishes safe relieffor 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 Apiire vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject to the complaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited Over a million who used to suffer as you do At every drug store in1OO bottles rwRITE US A LETTER jILadiesITennJ9 WINE OF CAROUI