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I k Mr 4 i Jwr IIi7L1i Published Every Friday 5r i it i dr7 nuui vvnnu i9nll I VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 27 1908 NUMBER 27 3icINAND g TALKS LOUD4 Dont forget your cash 0as these are cash prices For the next 30 days cI wil sell all 0to cent articles at 7 cts j b 25cc c IQ cts 1 Oi c 39cts 100 H7q cts 1 1 50 h 110 I 1 MENS I i Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now Qoof t Suits worth 800 now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 YOUTHS 4001IX Suits from 80 cents to 2 t Boys Corduroy pants were q 50 cuts now 39 cents 4 Prices on Shoes the same asj Bother goods Come while they las- tDont j W forget the Cash I SKIRTS j t A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to 4now 150 to 501 bargainI E R S j A fine lot of new Rubbers fresh from the factory at cut prices In fact everything i regularJlprice i A lot of Linnlium Carpetand Rugs COME NO- WJOHNSON OKiSTORE Mt VernonKy lIOQ= TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Which is to say to hip Honor the Police Judge the Town Trustees and to the Business men and all lovers of Mt Vernon Greeting if I be watchman faWhoseWhen out some brave Horatious j steps To battle here at home trSomeSome brave and dauntless three To fight for a park in Mt Vernon To them the glory beIA thought comes to me like a spring morning and carries with it y the hope and inspiration of the beautiful For a long long time I have contemplated making a sug gestion in regard to beautifying the town so dear to the hearts of us all There is a little triangular piece of ground belonging to the Louisville NashVille Railroad Company fronting and abutting r on Main and Richmond Streets and directly opposite the hotel and j railroad station on which is now t located what is known as the Old r Section House What a beautiful park itlwouldmake The tendency of th Company has been to im prove tire looks ofthe road At r Crab Orchard the Company has a nice park close to the station and at several other stations along its right of way We believe if the people of Mt Vernon would take f up the question in earnest the Company would tear down the old section house anti make a park where it npw stands It is worth trying We move that the Board ot Trustees pas asresolution asking the Company to convert this small piece into a park and that rnonr htrIfrTrustees propose if the Company f would furnish the ground Mt corporationfit when made The cost would be little but whatever it costs let us have it Ifwe would prosper let us have it Ifwe would be happy and desire a more beautiful village let us have it It is golden opportunity to improve an beautify Let us shake ourselves in 4our downy beds ana f sityAwake get up It is morningRosy morn stands tiptoe on the misty mountain top It would be- so enjoyable to inhabitants of Mt Vernon so refreshing to its people and those who pass through upon the trains Nothing would beautify and adorn the town so R much The spirit of improvement seems to be upon us It has been a long long time in coming but i seems to be really here Success to the town and prosperity to the people Yours for the park RICHARD G WILLIAMS CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY IS BOTH AGREEABLE EFFECTIVE Chamberlains Cough Remed has no superior for coughs cold and croup and the fact that it is containsti Remedy has been my leading remedy for all thro trouble Luis especially successful in cases of croup Children hasve For sale by Chas C Davis Both Houses of the Maryland Legislature have passed a bill fixing saloon licenses for Baltimore Saloons and clubs now paying 250 annually wilt pay 500 next year 750 the next year following and 1000 the third year The license will then remain at i ooo A NARROW ESCAPE Many people have a narrow escapefrom pneumonia and consumption as a result of a cold that hangs on Foleys HWey and Tar cures coughs and colds no matter i how deep seated and prevents pneumonia and consumption Refuse substitutes Cbos C Davis LANGFORD We had plenty of company Sunday en account of the pay car pa sag crosstie men FrankLeger is making a nice beginning at hi- sfarmingWanzie Baker has moved to the Bigfill to work forI SparksWe are having a hustle out of the ladies now they are ying to see who will be first get choice of the fine lot of palsi that were opened up Monday at Mrs Della Bakers storeA few of our farmers are trying to get their tools and seeds ready so when it quits raining they can get busy Mrs Della Owens vsited relatives at Brushcreek Sunday Mr Marvel Coffey remains very feebleMrs Rachel Robins is in a serious condition not expected to recoverJones Proctor of Brushcreek visited his sister Mrs Lillie Sharp Sunday last We are glad to say that Lee Proctor is still on foot and is improving John Dowell has moved to his new houseMrs Addie Coffey has a verv sickchildJoe Adams has moved to his brothers house about two and onehalf miles west of this place There will be preaching at Hummel Grove next Saturday and SundayMrs Nannie Baker and daughted Mrs Jennie Simpson visited Mrs John Evans Sunday lastWilliam Simpson will move to BereaWea- re told that Mr George Taylor has lost his speechUncle Ander son Proctor is improving slowly D L Carter and J H Reynolds were in Mt Vernon Monday John Reynolds of Lincoln county visited relatives at this place last weekParis Sowder of Skeggs Creek visited his sister Mrs Della Baker MondayUncle Robert Leger is having some timber sawed for the purpose of adding a portico to h is dwelling David Adams trade a flying trip to Wildie MondayW- T Sharp went to Mt Vernon Tuesday on business BKODKEAD Rev Graham of Louisville filled Rev Masters pulpit at the Christian church last Sunday a m and p mRev A J Pike and son Goebel have returned from a rip countyGeodfew davs with his parents Mr and Mrs Ben YadenA large crowd attended court from here first of weekRoscoe Pike of Louisville is here for a few days Miss Susie Hunt of Maretburg is spending a few days with her sisterin law Mrs W A Hunt Reynolds Barnes have install ed a fivehorse power gasoline engine in their already wood and iron shopOra Frith visited Miss Lncy Reynolds at Bee Lick last mosttestimable family have moored back to his farm near Quail We dislike very much to give them up Albright Adams have put en putsyour goods in your home free of chargeSenator Sutton addresed a very large audience here last Monday night His lecture was presentsA cablegram from Pekin says the Chinese authorities on March 17 a serious of wholesale suspectedsrevolutionists and up to the present time no less than 100 men have been taken into custody atThe Ioyear old son of W Kepler of Taylor county was killed by being thrown from a CROWD THE SEASON The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and enjoy the exhilirating air and sunshine Children that have been housed up all winter are brought out and you wonder where they came from The heavy winte- winter clothing is thrown aside and many shed their flannels Then a cold wave comes and people say that grip is epidemic Coldsat this season are even more danger ous than in mid winter as there is much more danger of pneumonia Remedyhowever 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 iir r 13C X JQD F LADIES JACKETS trbefore you buy elese here OVERCOATS A famous faultless brand from 4 to 10 The best in the land li I SUITS iy Thb famous Lion Brand is the best on the market AVe sell them ever day in i any colcr from 5 to 15 in m land boys sizes i tv it i f SHOES The WALKOVER Shoes are known the worldover as the best Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style RUBBERS Gvclone and Felt BobtsiPhone 87 Ifer IH F KRIEGERV- ernon S SoN y l Mt r Cv ATOSTSAuir I have 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 carriage as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom business CALICOES andi I also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 6 cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it will certainly ipay you to see our line before you buy Fe RASHER WEST MAIN STREET OTTAWA The singing school at Union being conducted by Jacob Elder and Will Owens is progressing nicelyFarmers are very busy in this locality Missrs Ernie Her rin and Maurice Proctor visited relatives in this vicinity Saturday nightThe wheat crop is looking very favorable in this sectionMr Squire Cummins and little grand daughter Roberta Brown visited J W Brown and family Sunday Tart Proctor is numbered among the sick at this issue Mr James H Barnett was in Brodhead Tuesday on business J B Sutton and J J Brown were in Mt Vernon Tuesday There i thisrvicinity at present CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CIjOLORA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This remedy has been in use for Over thirty years and has proven ccessfuI1remenever by Chas C Davis 1OTOaXABKnt1Ntw tl ATin KM Hail Bwl v Established 1887 Rubbers Kentucky ORLANDO We are having beautifulweather and it seems that spring is here indeed Fidell Robinson has moved to Jerry Laswells farm Mrs Sarah Mason of Dudley is on the sick listJoe Reams of this place left Sunday for Cincinnati 0 where he will take a businpss caurse Mrs Susan Pennington of Mt Vernon is visiting her mother who remains in very poor health The infant of Albert Chandler is very sick John Anderson and Stephen Gibson went to Beatyville Monday James Hackett and wife of Dudley were the guests of MrsI Dora Ball Sunday The grip has about subsided in this vicinity Miss Lynda Ballard of near Rubinet who has been quite sick Is reported to be somewhat improved at this writingMr and Mrs Frank Ball of Hazel Patch were visiting Mr J L Ball this weekMrs Susan Reams wes visiting at Berea last week Gov Wilson approved by ing the Burnam Biltproviding fcr a bipartisan Board of Control for State the charitable institutions of the v vr QUAIL Mr John E Craig we are glad to say is improvingRev Martin Owens we are very glad to say is much improved James Herrin has moved into his new dwelling Jacob Elder has moved back to liKhis old homestead glad to welcome you back JacobLuther Owens is on the sick listEdgar Brown and Miss Georgia Herrin were united in the holy ties of wedlock Thurs day last Heres wishing them much joy and a long and prosper ous life The Rev James Cum- mins officiating Mr J W Proctor the hustling merchant at this place is doing a splended business Died on Sat urday March 20th Mrs O A Gentry breathed her last For some time she had been a sufferer of that most dreaded disease consumption She was the oldest daughter of Mr Geo Proctor She leaves a husband six children father and mother to mourn the loss of a devoted wife mother and daughter She was a member of the Church of Christ and was about 38 years ofage The remains were laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the Old Lawrence cemetery to await the last great day r THE LUCKY QUARTER Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thatss Trythemtheydisappoint CDavistNorfolk Va suffered a big fire in the business portion of the city belongingtoGeorgetown The Postmaster General has barred from the mails La Question Sociale a weekly Italian paper published at Paterson N J The advocatingthe dburning j j i rii1I ii- I uooq tHt JrJ= o aF MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Mch 27 1908 every Friday by IFublishd ALBRIGHT ONE YEAR IOO made known on application I MEMBER OFIKENTUCKY PRESS A3SOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON HARVEY HELM a candidate for Congress from the Eighth district to succeed himself suhject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON fcs a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk euject to the ac tion of the Republican party The following editorial we clip from the Louisville Evening Post of March 21 In the Mt Vernon Signal of March 17 in an attack upon the course of Governor Beckham we find the following frank avowal of a fact heretofore denied that the Governor incurred party op position because he refused after decision of the Court of Appeals to permit the condmned local Ma chine to dictate to him the men irl he should put in the vacant of fices Do the Democrats of Kentucky approve the acts of this man when he was given unusual pow er by reason of the office he held to appoint the officers of the city of Louisville and of Jefferson county when he appointed men not the choice of the con stituted party authority in that ity and county or men indorsed or approved by the rank and file of the party in that city and county but men who were op ppsed and objected to by both these elements of the party but u on the other hand he counseled with and followed the wishes of i the most bitter enemies of the Democratic party in that good t r cityThat is a question the Evening Post would like to have te Dem ocrats of Kentucky answer at the K coming State convention The facts are before the people The record is in the decision of the bodyt905 as the greatest outrage con ceivabl upon popular rights It was a long saturnalia of fraud and violence New schemes for ti debauching the ballot were ape proved by the Democratic mana gers of that election and condemned by the Court of Appeals When the Governor came to fill the vacancies he was confronted by a demand from the Machine leaders and their supporters in Louisville that he vindicate the deposedofficeholders by reap pointing them or by permitting them to name their temporary successors Such a demand meant if ac ceded to a repetition in 1907 of the rimes of 1905 with a probable giving over of the city to riot xapd bloodshed The patience of VJfche people of Louisville had been exhausted They had surren flered the last foot of ground To maintain the peace they had submitted to personal assault and numerous outrages against the ballot committed by a combination between a corrupt po lice force and the saloon elements in this city They had seen the best citizens brutally beaten at the polls by uniformed police men They had seen men in office carrying away ballot box es and filling them alphabetically with frudulent votes They had made their last appeal to the courts Failing there thereI was but one appeal and that was an appeal to arms for the pro tectionof the ballot Fortunately for boxIie party und for the city of Lou isville Governor Beckham ignored the demands such as the Signal approves He put only Democrats on guard but these pemocrats were men who had Arj = = i= sense of responsibility for their public actions Thay gave tithe city of Louisville what it had not had for many yearsa per eIIyears was reversed and instead of the Dem ocratia candidate receiving 5000 candiI5000 majority Does the Democratic party approve this course or will it condemn Governor Beckhatn for taking this course Will the Democratic convention declare that the Governor ought to have consulted the constituted au thoritii s ill the city and county who had thorougly discredited the party and humiliated the State and that he should have treated with contempt the declar ation of the Court of Appeals- If that is the Democratic doctrine if that is the policy for which the Democrats of the Stale stand it cannot be declared too soon or too emphatically- On the contrary if the Demo crats of the State stand with the Governor they ought to make that plain not only in the platform but in all their plans for the reorganization of the Demo cratic party of Kentucky The Post stands and has stood for many years the avowed en emy of the Democratic party and to day is carrying at the head of its editorial column the name of William H Taft for President in 1908 By what authority does the Post call upon the Democracy of Kentucky at the coming State convention to say whether Mr Beckham was right or wrong By what right does the Post make any demands of Democrats The unpopularity of Beckham a mong Democrats in many sec tions of the State may be attrib utedto a great extentto the fact that the Post has been used by him as his mouth piece and its editor one of his chief advis- ors When the success of the Democratic party was at stak when a wise and conservative adjustment of affairs in Louis yule was paramount whom did Bcckham repeatedly call in con sultation with him Was it the constituted party authorities No not so Richard W Knott John W Whalen and the Mar shalls the latter the head of the Republican party in LouisvDle and Jefferson county these are the men to steal away to a neigh boring town there to meet the Democratic Governor of the State and the Democratic candidate for U S Senator to discuss and formulate plans how the Democratic State ticket might gain success and the party pros per best That is the kind of Democracy Mr Beckham has beendealing out to his constitu ents who have twice honored him with the highest office in the State and still more disgusting is the fact that this editorial bureau at Frankfort from which the above quoted article eminated is still asking by way of its paid editorial space in the Post that Beckham be again made the head of the Democratic party in Ken tucky THE editors of tbe Somerset Times and the Interior Journal have been devoting a portion of their space in criticism of the SIG NAL and its editor because of our attitude in the Beckham fight But as we are engaged now looting after the big gun the Post and have no time to devote to such small concerns as the Times and InteriorJournal further attention to them will be deferred until some future period DeWitts Little Earlv Risers pihlSoldThe statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 37 424450 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent re serve rule This is an increase of 15 759373 in the proportionate theIprevious week A LIFE AT STAKE Your life may beat stake when von notice any sign of kidney or bladder trouble as Brights disease and diabetes start with a slight irregularity that could be quickly RemedyC0l11mence sign of danger Chas C Davis = t fIit LAND STOCK AND CROPf Qiitea number of horses some good and some bad changed hands here Monday at fairly good prices ranging ironi 5to131 Salev Norton bought the Greely Lair honse for 31IJames Lawrence bought of James Arnolda pair ot mules for 350 The following sales are reported from Mt Sterling Court day About 2000 cattle on the market Quality of the stock was common frade was good and prices high All the cattle men seemed pleased witn the days business The best steers sold at 4 75 to 500 Yearlings at SHOIS pnc Rough steers sold at 534 to 4C Cows at 3C to 254C with fat tues at 4C Old cows arid rough oxen at J4 to 2C Heifers 36 to 4c Large crowd at the pen with plenty of buers Most of the stock sold by weight- It is believed bv many that farm ers will have no trouble in securing help this year and that all kind of faim work will be handled without the difficulties that have been ex perienced in former years As the spring time approaches see that your chickens donat bother your neighbor If they dodo not get angry if they come home headless An old hen with twelve chickens can tear up a flower bed in six minutes and four seconds that the faithful housewife has been weeks in preparing Section 12 298323 of the Kentucky Statutes says Keep your blamed ben at home TAKEN upCame to my home on January the 12th 1908 a male hog will weigh about one hundred lbs Owner can havesame by pav ing for the keeping of the hog and for this advertisetm nt EMMETT TREADWAY TAKEN upA black wale bog weigut about too pounds came to my place four months ago Ovner a11IJOSHUA PARRErT Mch 27 3t Cove Ky FOR SALEIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargai one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Callon me at Wildie Ky R H LEWIS POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Tennessee Republican Con vention which met in Nashville Wednesday developed into a riot between the EvansIiaieSanders faction and the BrowalowOliver Austin crowd After a series of fist fights both factions held conventions in the same hall The Brownlow men selected delegate and instructed for Tsft ti Evans men appointed Credentials Committee and adjourned to meet again this morning Delegates to the Indiana Democratic Convention Wednesday selected by districts twentysix delegates to the National Convention at Denver and the committee on rules selected four delegates at large All the national delegates will vote for Bryan for President and a majority of them will vote for the reelection ot Thomas Tag gart as the Indiana member of the National Committee Butler McClauahan jr and Henry Flanning prominent farm ers have been arrested on the charge of the murder of Hiram Hedges in Nicholas county Friday night Warrants were sworn out by Mrs Hedges and it is under stood that others are to follow The men live only a short distance from the scene of the killing Judge Lassing handed down a decision m the Court of Appeals sustaining in the Coir of Appe Is sustaining a hue of the Cur of Appeals sustaining a fine of tle Bracket Circuit Court against the C O railroad for working its section hands on Sunday The court holds that whitewashing and clearing of weedsis not suchwork as is necessary on the Sabbath CASTORIAFor lila Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Iignaturo ofct8R THOUSANDS PERISH Thouands serishevery year from consumption resulting from a cold Foleys Honey and TaJ cures the most obstinate racking coughs and expels the cold from your system and prevents consumption Chas C Davis l rv4 v 7he Taking Cold Habit f The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs- a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about S The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years E IA Made IAlaolJers SARSAPARILUI ti Wo have no secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines Keep the bowels regular with Ayers Pills Just one pill each night NEWS 1TEJIS It will cost tne United Static 750000 a5 year tor ihe supervision of railroad accounts under the present interstate commerce act At Hopkinsville Refo Wood wa found guilty of sending a thre uen ng letter signed Night Riders to Louis Uijviii clelanlfined 100 and sentenced o juI 1 three months W L Curran died at Corbin o septic poison from a boilon tht iace He is survived by a wife ant five children Mr Curran WH trainmaster of the Cumberlai Valley division of the L N Whin Mrs S O Burdette n Kenton 0went to gather eggs ii thi hen coop sle was killed b discharge ofa gm whLh he husband had set to kill thi ves w o had been bothering the chickens Republicans of the Eighteenth congressional district of limo met in Danville and adopte resolutions presenting the name o1 Speaker Jeph G Cannon for the Republican presidential nomina tion The Montgomery county Tenn grand jury is in session at Clarks ville investigating the killing o Vaughn Bennett and the serious vonndn5of his brother Earl alleg d night riders some ten days Ig0 Petitions were preparedat Lexington calling on Gov Wilso to declare material law in at least part of the lawless tobacco regions and to request the presfdent to send United States troops to put an end to night riding In the course of a bitter de uunciation of President Roosevelt O i the floor of House of Representatives Mr Stanley of Ken tuck compared him with Alexander Hamilton whom he designated as Ian adveu turer EGGS FOR SALES C ffrowi Leghorn eggs 50 cents per 15 =MRS A E SHARP mch 66t Ottawa Kj NOTICEI will return from th city about April 1St with a com plete and tipto Jate line of Millin cry with styles to suit the localit ind prices to suit the times Cal mo1 see me before making your purchases ResptMRS POTTS Mch 203T Brodhead KyJ How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a given thing the aim with all of Itissuffering from liver trouble imagine that somethingthatthan that in the cure of so serious a dis order as liver trouble When that drowsy clogged up feeling meson you go to a drug store and ask for a 50 cent PepsinTake tholiverthat you feel active again and arouse the rum tions of the stomach so that your appetite returns and you feel like your old self again A thatDrderfnl laxative but it has tonic properties so ofleavIngstrengthens you oilingthepleasanttotheeconomical Home Cure inS Its results are per whatIsconstipationdyspepsIa darrheaandtheand bowels It is the greatest of household Itbecausemay need such a laxative and then you will ap intheII There wishing to try Or Clld buymraddressing the This to thatthe remedy as to those anysymptomsyet most for THEPUBUOproductbearsPEPSIN SYRUP 60 118 Galdwell BIdg Mantlselte III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS t r o w I A tag from a 10cent piece will count VvTLI value- A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCO j with valuable tagsi Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWIST Master Workman Sailors Pride Horse Shoe Ivy J T Pick Spear Head Old Honesty E antiseBIg FourN Tinsleys Bridle Bit Black Bear Old Peach TenpennytlatJnlleaf Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKiNG PICNIC TWiST IOLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags French Briar PipeSO Tags Ladys Pocketbook 50 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags Leather PocketbookSO Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Playing Cards 30 Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags Best Steel Shears 75 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel60 Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT ir THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO Si Louis Mo Who Will Be- President This is a presidentialear and every man must read to ketp post d on politics The CourierJournal I Henry Waterson Editors a Democratic Newspaper but it orints 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 Both one year for i50 If you will give or send your order to this paper Not the Courier fourual DAILY COURIER JOUKNAL 6 00 a year SUNRAY COURIER 0 URN AL 200 a vear We can give you a combination ut rate on these if you will write 5thisUNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county Allorders by wire promply filled W A COX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94S THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE LIGHT RUNNINGHQMf RotaryShuttleSewing Machlnowrlte to THE NEW SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Orange Mass ofFq Our guaranty never runs out Sold by authorized dealers eady- 0It vM If IGreat ReducfionyIII 1JJI mlIn order to make room for my Spring stock ofm s Iwill offer for sale for the NEXT 30 iDAYSat COST my entire line of Mn i is OYS Suits Odd I Ililnj All must go regardless of price 1 All goode this year cash or produce Itl M A 7Av vt vyv Convenience of the Savings Account J47 fed iManyrately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings 4 account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are tbeAare always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the J tfv jft bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts w as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail ifrA you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED j ji tMT VERNON KENTUCKY T i 1 ccc vlV ltttttttttttttItttJltttttItlttttlttt fliT VERNON DflSHET CD Mt KY S =s F o will have of that line of 5 for the E by wire tilled Hearse sent to all EEI A B W Hg 11111 11111 S FOR As I am going to leave for other parts oftire country I offer fot sale my farm of 80 acres with a good new 5 room house good barn good and two good Land lays well 21 acres ofgrowing wheat on it Also 2 wagons i yoke of 3 year old cattle a goog milch cow and calf some hogs and tools Will sell all or Will give ten days after sale W A Ky PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND 3 EMBALMERS = Vernon COUCH METAL8C CASKETS Coffins and Robes = Licened Euibaltnur chargo Ework company = Orders promptly points FURNISH KRUECER ff PnoneProprietors1111111111111111il111111 11Jfl111111111111111Jl1111111111 SALE orchard springs farming allnew together separate possession TYUEE Brodhead Just a little CASCASWEET is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish CAS CASWKET contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recom everywhereConforms byChasOwing to the grand jury s in vestigation of the night rideis raid at Birmingham the citizens of Benton are in feat of a visit from one of the masked mobs The town is being guarded and the toIsend riT T I t iIi i h l yf l rJ4 rJ r ir MT VERNON SIGNAL I AlT VERNON KY Mck 27 1908 Ze- Cull upNo 79 whenyou want to Corn rnunL cnte with SIGNAL 791 4 R RCo TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 28 south 124 p 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tlw Mt Vrrnori Ky rostoffice as Bfcondclstv ii ter 2 PERSONAL Thomas Brown was here this weekJ M Pardons and W T Baker are here from Berea as witnesses E B Blown of Lebanon Junc tion spent a few days here this week Mr Nee the gentleman who pur chased 1 A Bowmans farm has moved to it W F Ames Cashier of the Jeff ersontown Bank spent a few days here the first of the week C A Davis expects to be able to jet urn to his work on the L N about the first of next month Char C Davis went to Houston yule Wednesday purchased a nice combined horse at a fancy price W H Bowers agent at Berea Hut at one time a compositor in the A Signal office was a visitor in our town Wednesday Cashier M B Salin spent the week with his mother at Owen ton H H Hutcheson acted cashier during his absence Kan Adams who has been lo cated at Hamilton 0 for some time is spending two weeks va cation with his mother Elmer Lechleiter was given the first degree in Masonry Monday night and Atty C C Williams Deceived his first last night A B Furnish and sister Mrs W L Richards were caned to Gal latin county this week to be pres eut at the winding up of the estate of the father whose will was pro bated Monday- C H White returned from Tucson Ariz yesterday afterroon If Mr White does not go to work for the L N he and Mis White who use to be Miss Cora Adams will return to the west in a short time to make their future home LOCAL Rev A J Pike will preach at the Baptist church tomorrow Saturday night FERTILIZER Just roceived a car load of the Bower Fertilizer Jonas McKenzie Son FERTILIZER I have just re ceived a car load of Lake Erie Fish Guano Brand F R ASHER FOR SALEA square piano in good condition and will be sold at a great bargain Apply to Miss Ida May Adams Mt Vernon Ky Mch2o3t FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs Sroo per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per settingIMrs W J Edmiston Mch2otf Crab Orchard Ky We hope to see our jurors put just a little stiffness in their back bones and meet out justice to the offenders of the law as it should be There is too much crime in the land and unless the juries do their duty what is the use of having a coart MILLINERY OPENING Saturday March 28th 9 A M to 6 P M During this opening display we will exhibit a large line of Dress Hats and Ready to wear Hats You are invited Come MRS CLEO W BROWN Rev Dr Epke Rolf De Wall of Pretoria Transvaal South Ameri ca Field Commandant in the Boer army during the recent war with England in South Africa will preach in the Presbyterian church Sunday March 29th at 1030 clock and in the evening at 730 oclock will lecture about the Boer people the natives the war and condition in South Africa PurRigsbyisrepoedniuchjbetter he willrecoer C D Sutton Bro will move their store from Levelgreen to the Wallen stand near Wabd post ot fice Remember the meeting of the executive board at the Baptist church tomorrow and tomorrow evening Also services on Sunday We hope to nave arrangements made before our next issue which will insure us ofa good letter each week from Livingston Wildie Pme Hill and Level Green One of the bills which hs passed both houses of the Legislatures the one providing that Fiscal Courts shall make allowances for jailers for the care and custody of court houses and for fuel ard lights for same- ANNOUNCEMENTT h e Evans Milliney Co will open a milliner store at Brodhead about April ist They have had many years expe rience Buy everything direct from the manufacturers Spring Opening ot patterns will be an nounced later As a token of their high appre ciation and friendship for Mr L M Westerfield who lecemly resigned as Chief Train Dispatcher o this division of the L N the operators and many of the trainmen by means of small donatSoi s from each on Tuesday presented to Mr Westefield a handsome gold watch Mi H D Magee in K e the presentation speech which wa fittingly and appropriately done More than 125 names are found on the list of contributors that prince of good fellows J P E Drum tnond being the chief promoter CIRCUIT COURT The Rockcastle Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge M L Jarvis ontbe bench looking almost himself again after a very severe siege of measles which had him confined to his room for several weeks Commonwealths Attorney B J Bethurum is at his post of duty making it hard for the transgressors The following gentlemen were selected as Jurors GRAND JURY- J T Proctor Buck French J H Walton Granderson Clark John Hysinger Thos Lear John Jrarett F F Francisco G W Brown W M Vallen Wm Owens I A BowmanPETIT JURY W T French Uriah Adams Larkin Hicks J J Berry J W Chasteen H C Gentry W A Coffey Raymond Howell W L Sowder GS Hiatt G W Cape Asher Cummins W M Sowder Fritz Krueger Pur Adams J fl Hayes Corrall Martin J A Hiatt Marshal Smith Reubin Ballinger John French F A Burdett Jesse Pike and H J Mullins The following cases have been tried or otherwise disposed of Babe Leece carrying concealed weap ons 20 and 10 days in jail Cyntha Frye 50 each in three cases for selling liquor unlawfully G W Pitman acquitted forre moving gates which had been placed across the public highway case against Bradley Mullins con tinued Joel Mute and John Pit man breach of the piece acquitted James Baker abusive or abscene language 5and cost George Fredericks for shooting at without wounding the marshall James Taylor too fine and imprisonmejt in connty jail for six monthi Fred Doan as an accomplice to the same crime was fined 50 Mitchell Mullins for striking A Pennington with bra skuucks at Mullins Station about one year ago was given one year in the pen case against Jeff Dowell continued until next term of court Thomas Johnson Lee Chasteen and Green Cotton each fined 20 for gaming The case against Woolford Adams charged with willful murder in the killing of William Hayes was called Wednesday when both sides announcedready IThe following gentlemen were selected as jurors to try the case E B Newlaud Jas Hall G M Johnson M H Barnes J L Rash HenryI SowderIit is expected that case will go to thejury today The attorneys for mdiIassistingcounty ifr = ui t SUO STAR BRAND p SHOES ARE BETTER S Ir 2 There is no better time to buy shoes than now Our stock at the well sized 0present is up an4 we can fit you in almost anything you select A great deal ofcare has been laken in selecting our spring stock of shoes which 1have sizesmeans we and styles to please the most exacting purchasers of footwear They are 0 STAR BRANO SboecWe handle nothing else for we know we can serve your wants at all times to a better advantage in Stars than anv other shoes 0 g This is one of the natty spring 0110 the Patriot linefbr men at Some men dont care about paying 500 g for a shoe For those we have the Patriot gIn 0 this style in Patent Colt at S4OO 3 01180 1 coo 08 3 e I AM SHOWING I HE BEST LINE e 8 OF MENS WEAR CO UCl MT VERNON SGU 500 v 3- et c O Qea8s81 8 ll Cooooe UOI oo QtO o OoDOOUcoe See OOoSSGSSVGSS OOI selrieschurch thir week- FERTILTzERJust received a car of Horsesh e fertilizer TJ SMITH SOWDER OWENS 32731 Brodhead Ky The Junior Willing Workers will have a pie supper over J Fishs store this afternoon and evening from 4 to 8 Proceeds to go for benefit of church OPENINGThe ladies of Mt Vernon and Rockcastle county are invited to attend my Spring and Summer Opening of Millinery on Saturday April 4th The styles this season are unusually pretty and I have taken much pains in selecting my stock and you should see it MRS G S HIATT Charley Cooper the oldest son of Dr and Mrs J S Cooper shot and killed a man at Middlesboro Saturday The trouble came up over a woman Attorney C C Williams who was employed by wire left on the next train for Middlesboro where Cooper is be ing held awaiting his examining tria1 LEVEL GREEN Mr Editor as there is no one writing from our big town of Level Green I will try my hand to let the people know a little of what is going on in this part The tarm ers of this section are getting along very well with their work Mul lins Bros our hustling traders are buying plenty scrub cattle at pre- sentA Mullins bought a cow from Cricket Oneil price pai- d2650B F Sutton is doing a good business at preset He has reduced the price on his goods so he will not have so many to move for the will soon migrate to Vadel to do business at that place T J Price our hustling Dr and mer chant is kept on the go all the tune as there is a good dealof sickness in this part Cricket 0 ppIbetter The little son of James Bullock who has pneumonia is aDdL THE PATRIOT SHOE JI J a ff y f1 ci if ji j t i i i i I i I S t0 S a e S e a s 0 e s 0 0 S S s e S e S s S o e e SPRING SHOES A PATRIOT I IN J These are tve 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 98GescS 0 S 0 S e e e eee s e o eQGgeo ea o e e e OUa family visited J J DeBord last Sunday Jarvis J Brown is at Pittsbupg attending the bedside of his son wh has measlesO H DeBord bought of William De Bord apony for 7sJohn Shutts our hustling mill n a i says he will soon have his saw rig in running orderCharlie Thompson the boy who was shot by Jud Hatcher has got so he can walk about BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The music department is prepar ing an Easter program Miss Al len who will be here at that time assistWeare glad to see the interest manifested in our Sunday afternoon services A large and appreciative audience was present last Sunday As we stated in last weeks issue these services are nonsectarian in character and everybody is cordial ly invited An hour spent in a praise service with a bit of good music and a good talk is surely not time thrownaway s- TALK The subject of the talk next Sunday afternoon will be Josiah Wedgowood the famous potter Miss Smith will play Schumanus Traumerie as a violin number with piano accompaniment The school orchestra will give the well known Misereru by Verdi part of the program wilb consist AI familiar hymns in which the chestra will join with the congregation OUTLINE t Wedgewoods capitolaw- eak body a lofty ambition and the clay of the English hills 2 Like all men andwomen with lofty ambitions he meets wirh opposition and ridicule I 3 WedgewbocC a selfmade man from start to finish 4 Wedgewoods success and reward the dull clay becomes a thing of beauty CLOSING THOUGHT Our own county has clay that awaits the potter and opportunities that wait to be seized Continuing the address of last week f Sixth Order and SystemThe practice of having a place for every i thing and every thing in its place is a great saver of time and labor Seventh Common SenseThisi- sa term of very wide meaning but is here used in the sense of usable knowledge It is not enough that a boy should be well informed and have a retentive memory but he should have a fac ulty of selectin and applying the facts required for any particular oc casion Any form of training that will teach a boy to use his brains and to make his knowledge readily available is good e g in business a boy is never told what rule of arithmetic to apply he is simply aked for results and has to think of the means for himself NinthThis and the following qualities enter the field ofmorals The truth cannot be too much em phasized that honesty is not im possible in business on the other hand it is absolutely imperative and the boy who is not honest Thoroughly honest courageously honest for honesty takes courage as well as good will is sure to fail business Business relations are so often completed that honesty is a good training in the basic prin ciples and the developing of an earnest moral purpose so that when these come to be applied to t ie postage stamp question to the q lestion of using business time for p ivate purposes to the question of evening amusement and one thousand and one other questions wrougI who would succeed in business will need all his faculties and powers he will need a strong will and un impaired vitality There is noth ing that weakens the will and di minishs the powers quicker than impurity Boys in business will in the course of their study be placed in circumstances of inter course with associates of the other sex The girls and women who are earning their living by work ing in offices are worthy of the ut most respect Rightly regarded their presence exerts for the most part an influence for good makes refinement Courtesy and gentle manly restraint But in the busi ness worldaj in every other sphere a boy will meet influences which tend toward deteritoration T I A e r e IS ogo e8IiIlVQ8C eC08 t STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER TE- Socey SHOE e8E The SOCIETY that great g le 001 shoe manyinice things about It is made in Patent OJenI h A QUAKfR 0oooeoao CJfSx Most any lady can enjoy herself more if gj her feet are cool and comfortable Nothing toll QOWlOUT 300 Quaker Oxfords g oo g 0100 0S ft MAKE MY STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS c WHILE oa IN TOWN o 00c- Qoe v e flCoo 00 DIe5Qai1enU 09S o a3ICesa oeoeeQef 0 oo no e = 0 0 000 0 j oc COG I 0 QIP SS oe 00and without the arm ofvirtuere in the good Latin sense those in fluences will overcome him and drag him down For the develop ment of this virtue eduation is better than separation let the in tercourse be wisely directed and surrounded by the proper rules and safeguards Eleventh Good Manners True courtesy of coure springs from a sincere desire to be un elf ish but in the growth of civiliza tion a great many little details have come to be regarded as courtesy in business and social incercourse and these in many cases are not spontaneous but have to be learn ed It is certain that a lack ofI good manners will often stand in the way of a boys promotion es pecially later when he becomes a candidate for the higher business positionsPersonal Cleanliness and Neat nessDo not say this is unnecessary do not let us be thinskinned in enforcing this part of the curriculum Many boys do not know how often to change their linen Very few realize that office work to be done well requires that they wash their hands twice as often as they have been accustomed to specIlca1tions Physical fitness rather than phys ical strength accuracy of knowledge rather than extent openessof mind and amenability to discipline and above everything else charact ferAddress before the New Eng land High School Commercial Teachers Association For these qualities all good schools stand Perhaps right here it is best to state Brown Memorials position for often young people with their immature judgments get wrong impressions of the explanationsBrown clearestI is not a stitution it is a private school and such is as free in the management of its affairs as any business house in the State This very freedom enables it to maintain a high grade of work and a high standard of conduct Who can say that a boy to habits of obedience honesty selfcontrol and thoroughness Is not incalculably greater value to himself and his community than one trained by the streets or his own will to habits of disobedience indolence and dissipation Then in the effort to carry out its ideals and to do effective work the school like any other good business concern dictates its own terms and sees them enforced These terms will be explained more fully in next weeks issue andwe invite your careful attention to them This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden ot Georgia says of Kodol For Dyspepsia toE C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill Dear Sirsl have suffered more than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn breadand could not letain anything on my stomachI lost 20 Ibs in fact I made up my mind that r could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day I n LV weighmore than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity will be henefitted Vours very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass GOQd buildings splendid orchard wellwatered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Withers Ky Foleys Orino Laxative is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion rIf it fails the manufacturers rcanp- w FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR OYALakmgPowder- i ABSOLUTELY PURE y 41 1 rt 600 o Rapid changes of are hard 0 on the I 0IVof a trolley car to the icy 0Zinside the canvasser an and then 0 Ido the so that it can better withstand the 0- o danger of cold from changes of 0- o 0- o It will help you to avoid taking cold too 0 0ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO z 066000000000000000 OOOOOOO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN TO BUY tationey Cigarp Tobeeop Qil and Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffi su c DAVISv PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON K 33CJ S GRANVILLE OViENS- UNDERTAKEN i I I Brodhead Ky I 3 13C3C PIA 6 I For Information and bit of Hotels address B Co KING Co P lJ T A 111 MID St texlngton Ky ij A CARD This S to certify that all druggist are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals Ihe lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cure la grippe coughs and and prevents pneumonia and con sumption Contains no opiates The is in a yellow package Chas C Davis All persons having Watches in my r shop or repair work to do will please call by the- Ist of A E Jeweler Mt Vernon Ky Get DeW itt s Carbolized Witch Hazel Salveit is be sling soothing and cooling It is good for piles Sold by Chas C Davis Col John Walter Fairfax a Civil War veteran who was known as Longstreets fighting aide died in Prince William county Va 0 4L J9 T aJABout the I Signature of OOOO OO OO temperature toughest constitution JIL temperature platform spending Ii Scotfj Emtifofon strengthens tOtbody temperature 110CKCASTLE Dug paints Patent Prop A FARM FOR SALEI offer for sale my farm of 103 acres one fourth mile west of Roundstone Station 45 acres in cultivation f balance timber Good house and 5 acres bottom land and well set grass it sold before April ist lt will be sold a bargain Address W B SIGMON Wildie Ky s h The wife of Joseph C Lyons oii rt Louisville dropped dead while pre Sparing dinner for her husband COMPLETE LINE iAll FLORIDA AND r NEW ORLEANS Jt QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Ii I Winter Tourist Tickets I Refusesuhstitutes Noticel pritIClayton isr4in WITHOUT CHANGE DGood GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Mr Norman R Coulter a prom inent architect in the Delben Building San Francisco says I 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 and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine every sold over a druggist counter as a blood purifier isunequaled 5oc at Chas C Davis drug store FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres locatednear 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 lesidence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered with two never fail theIConipomtIfora good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb i4tf Mt Vnrnon HOW COUGH GERMS Ii MULTIPLY When you have a cold the mucous membrane is inflamed and the diseased germs which you breathe find lodgement and multi ply especially the pneumonia germ Foley Honey and Tar soothes and heals the inflamed air passage stops the cough and ex pels the cold from your system Refuse substitutes Chas C Davis Rhode Island Democrats in con venion at Providence decided to Send an uninstructed delegation to the Deuver Convention f Jn 4J Iro the Editor Mt Vernon Signalt telextract quoted the address of Mr J D Bafkrr given before The High School Teachers ThatIwho reads it and acts upDi it will never he found hunting a job but on the contrary good places are always open for such boys This remind me of what I saw on he streets of Mt Vernon one day last week near the street corner was a crowd of boys ranging in age from 7 years to 7 times 7years Theyihad monopolized the side walk in a game of marbles so that pedestrains were obliged to pass out into the street to get by them Another similar bunch occuped a like potion down In the vi Ctnity Post Office About this time a gentleman started to cross the street from the Post Office another gentleman on the opposite side started across and the two met near the middle of the street and the following conversation took place The first one said Can you tell me why women are filling so many places of trust in the business world formerly occupied H men and at better prices than men use to get The second re pliedIt you will take a look up areIengage any = thing but wok you will find the onlyfwas thus tMt would not be such a one but you will find the same state of case in nearly every small town in the country Those boys should be in school and those men engaged in some useful occupationNo respecting boy who has had good home training can no more loaf on the streets or about business houses than he can engage in other crimes against society The same reason can be assigned for so many women choosing to go through lfe single Why should any good woman engage to love cherish and obey a man who has never formed habits of industry and economy nor learned sell controle The lawlessness that is blackening the pages of history and making the name cf our beloved state a hiss and byword is the fruits of ignorance and vice Then let us appeal to the boys to be busy self respecting and manly Subscriber A stock company with capital stock of 15000 has been organized at Burkesvtlle for the purooe of building a nonsectarian college there Be careful about that little cough Get something right away some good reliable remedy that will move the bowels Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the bowels and allays inflammation at the same time It is pleasant to take and it is especially recommended for children as it tastes nearly like maple sugar Sold by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer and DEALER in Marble and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences BUT II II fJI jItlIlon rastalitetfineLDsst I AR1IRoHW rAn CINCINNATI O Our Julias of iron Fence in oar ctlfj else low prices will ssrpfiMjoa CtlluJ us GEORGE OWENS Propr q AUKJS ir YOUKSELFI There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice bv an eminent authority who write for readers ot a large Eastern daily paper will be highlo appreciated by those who sufferGet from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Flnid Extract Dindelion oneounce Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound teaI00nf11at bedtime also drink plenty f goodwater It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimina tive tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and srrain from the blood and system the poisons acids andwaste matter which sause not only Rheumatism but numer ous other diseases Every min or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesi tate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready toI take if our readers ask them RHEUMATIC PAINS- RELIEVED Chamberlains Pain Balm relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible which is alone worth many times its cost B FI Orocker Esq now 84 years of age and for twenty years Justice of the Peace at Martmsburg Iowa says I am terrible afflicted with sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and right hip I have used three bottles of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it did me lots of good For sale by Chas C Davis Nicholas D skera Louisville Ceutre College student broke his nose in two places while engaged in a hotly contested game of basket ball William Preston Kimball will bt renominated for Congress in the 7th district without opposition BEST HEALER IN THE WORLD Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says 101 have used Bucklens Arniba Salve for severa years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in m veterinary business Price 25c at Chas C Davis drug st- oreonzNo Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price BOo KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr1Kiings New Discovery FOR OCHS iOLDS Trial PBICEII AND ALL THROATAND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOT08 OR MONEY REFUNDED W IAe CARSON PAFNTER AND- PAPERHANtrER r WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed L WITHERS W G MuUins of Disputanta was visiting home folks here this week W G said he had built a new house and btrn Seems to have been doing lots of work The rock and smd quarry of this plrce seem to he running along at good speed Many of the people here are attending court at Mt Vernon this week toIMt VernonJ C and T R lat have their saw mill in good shape to do some nice work this springMrs W I Dooley ofj Berea was down to see Withers friends last weekEli o t of London and J C Mullins of this place U S Mashals took a little trip in Jackson last week and cut up two stills That means peace and rest for some community When is the day coming when we can say that the whisky trafic is no moreJ E Woodall drummer for Kellogg Co was here last week NO USE TO DIE I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushhoro Pa I would not be 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 This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and horseness is sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore Soc and oo Trial bottle free After several hours of spirited discussion over the proposition to abolish 18 ofthe 19 United States pension agencies and consolidate the pension disbursements in Washingtonthe House of Repre sentatives passed the Pension Appropriation Bill carrying i5o 869ooo thel argest sum ever authorized by that measure The House by a vote of 86 to 139 stood dy the committee on the ape propriations and left unchanged its recommendations for one general agency Kodol is todav the best known and most reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach such as dyspepsia heart burn stomach anjd belching of purj Kodol contains the same found in a healthy stomach Kodol is pleasant to take It is guaranteed to give relief and sold here by Chas C Davis ICSTORIABean Bigutun of A R W DYCHE i DENTISTOf MT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown j and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhecid Marble Workfi BODEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments byIAlso Agents Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS in East Chestnut KY Will be itv Mt Vernon once a month until May C C Williams s ATTORNEYrATLAW MT V SRNON KY yOFFfcE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Veraon on Church streetTSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeGLRy Undertaker Embalmer C01l1 1ete Dentist Street- Louisville IRobesOrders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford KyI w 4 = jJ LMIJJJ1The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since infancy mfAllow no one to you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIASCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare c goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It f contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE J deceive ALWAYS JIIIIIt J t I f ewe 11 I 1 t t t t1 The Kind BoughtrIn The I Go to Pine Prunes Figs Evap orated Baked Beans of all kindsAll When you want 561 IA Mt W CASTORIAWINE cEcc COi UI We Ladies Shoes and a few in stock for r some time whichwe will sell at out stock W- In i this cost 2 50 wholesale to few real bargains JONAS SON is one of always leaves you weaker life and make your beauty of Cardui and it will help your func a tions make It is a reliable remedy backache head ache dizziness fainting spells safe and efficient medicine for Mrs J L writes I have used Cardui one peculiar to women and AT ALL BOTTLES WRITE US A describing fully all your and we send you Free Advice LadlesAdvisoryMedicine Co Chattanooga Team Jlfl 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