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J Publis ed very tablished Friday flflflS 1887 GLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1903 NUMBER s IV fev v TAI l AN- DTALKS LOUD M Dont forget your cash IP f as these are cash prices For the next 30 mays El wil sell all J 10 cent articles at7cts 25H IQ CIS so u 39cts 100 H CtSt 150 110 MENS f Suits worth I 6ciriroo Suits worth 1500 now 1200 iM Suits worth 1200 now Qoo Suits worth 800 now 650 4 4 550If 4002jsCHILDRENSt J H Suits from 80 cents to 2 jj A Boys Corduroy pants were 5 cents now 39 cents Y Y Prices on Shoes the same as Iv othergoods Come while 5 4 they las- tDont j- f JT forget the Cash SKIRTS if f A lot of Ladies Skirts werej JL U 3 to 4now 150 to 250 U great bargain j ia T RUBBERSt bi L I A fine lot of new Rubbers 0 fresh from the factory at cut Q I prices In fact everything is W cent l than r n ifRugs COME NOVv GTJOHNSON O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky jXE i BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL r 1 Miss Taylor has issuad in f vitations for an Historical Gath- eringt at the Langdon llama our April 11th 2 The present corps of teach f ers has been engaged for next year Miss Thiw well will be f here during the summa and will have charge of the dormitory dui f ing Miss Taylors absence The getrtheir classes in September is an excellent one Miss Thackweil has had an English training in r education which is even more y thorough than ours her father r and brothers graduates of Eng lish and Scotch Universities di- r rected her studies Miss Taylor is well pleased with her workrr 2 Miss Allens musical lect ures will be given April 20th rand 22nd The two lectures will ue given for Tocts Single tickets r f 0cts Mcr1a week from this af teihoon at r 230 p m The first of the pupils recitals comes May 15th CONCERTI byf SMITH and MR JAMES MCDONALD at BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Mt vernon Kentucky April 10th 1908 1at230 p m Sketch of the life and works of Franz Schubert Mr McDonald 2 Ave Maria in German Schu bert Miss Smith English words 7Ave Maria Maiden mild Ah listen to a maidens prayer thou cant hear tho from the wild Thou canst save amid despair may we sleep until the morrow banished outcast and reviled iFor maiden see a maidens sorrow mother hear a suppliant child Maria Ave Maria Maria Mother mild Each frieul of air or earthly essence From this thy wonted haunt exiled K Shall flee before Thy holy presence We bow beneath our cares oer laden Now to Thy guidance reconciled Then hear oh maid a simple maiden And for a father hear a child rl Ave Maria Ave Maria 3 Du Bist die Ruh Schubert t r Mr McDonald 4 Serenade violin Schubert Miss Smith l5 AdieuSch bert Mr Macdonald INTERMISSION 1 Welsh National Song Men of Harlech Mr Macdonald A 2 a Prelude of 28 No 20 ChopinL Smithjj Hill Miss Smith l 4 Scottish Foutaisic Macf erron 1aTbe gathering of the clans bThe Lament Lochabe no more Mr Macdonald 5 0 that we two were maying Smith f Miss Smith and Mr Macdonald SertnadePiern e Miss Smith 7 Goodnight good night Bo- jf loved Pinsuiti Miss Smith Miss Thackweil Mr Thompson and Mr Macdonald The subject of next Sundays talk will be Abraham the friend of God TJle orchestra will a selection from Mafitana Wallace and Mr Miicdqna1- dtwill sipgto for the Wings of a by Mendellsohn Taylors paper owing extra work will not be ready till next week We do not judge a man by his speed at the beginning of a race jj it is the home stretch that counts The test of a character is in a mans ability to persist in what f ho undertakes until he adds the 5 finishing stroke The ability to hold on is one of the rarest of human virtues inKf your life you are tempted to turn basil There is the d ger pointthe detisiveperio All the great things of history have been accomplished after f the great majority 9f men have turned back tp LEVEL GREEN The farmers have been tolerable busy for the past week Some are groundiSome are not done sowing oats yet W f Todd who cut his knee whith an ax about a couple of weeks ago is better at this time There will be services at the Bap fist church next Sunday conducted by Rev James Cummins Misses Katie Price and Ora Brown visited Mesdames Ellen Brown and B F Sutton Sunday IMr Enoch Hammock who has cancer of the eye is reported no betterMr J J Brown is on the sick list Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence bought of Jerry Woodby a cow for 25 and some corn for 3 per bar el Mrs Mary DeBordalso bought of Mr Woodby a heifer for 27 Cattle are in good de mand plenty of buyers and plenty ofcattleMr and Mrs J J De Bordvisit d Mrs Rachel Todd Sunday lastJohn Shutts our hustling mill man has got his saw rig in good running order but says he will not saw very much until crops re doneJarvis J Brown has returned from Pittsburg Jlnd says that his son who had measles is much improvedThe little daughter of Mr W M Hurst who has had measles is reported no bet tel Victor Price who has been at tending school at Clarence ETy is at home to attend the trial of Judson Hatcher Bodel Thomp son is at home for a few days from Berea where he has been atrendin g schoolT J Brown has returned from Stanford He now has a po sition aj insurance agentMr W F DeBord one of the leading farmers of this section is hauling logs to John Shutts iniil to have some lumber sawed to remodel His houseJerry Woodby will leave this part in a few days for Indiana where he will make his future home WeregVeFvefymuc1To lose a good citizen and neighbor as Mr Woodby but our loss will b HoosierVgain A WOMAN TELLS HOW TO RELIEVE RHEUMATIC PAINS tl have been a great sufferer from that dreadfnl disease rheumatism for a number of years 1 have triedmany medicine but never got much relief from any of them until two years ago when I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain- E llm I found relief before I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying it did soon felt like la dif terent woman Through my ad vioe many of my friends have tried it and can tell you how wonderful it has workedMrs Sarsh A Cole too S New st Dover Dele ware Chamberlains Pain Balm is a lineament The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For sale by Chas C Davis Resolutions requesting the Governor to call out the State malitia in an effort to stamp out the night riders aud calling upon the kw abiding citizens of the State to identify themselves with the Law and Order League of Kentucky were adopted at a massmeeting held at McCaul ys Theater Sunday afternoon Gov Wilson was one of the speakers Another was Miss M Alice Floyd who severely siftic ied the Governor and others of the State Administration for then alleged indifference to the existence of the tobacco trust in Kentucky Gen Simon B Buckner president of the Law and Order League presided over the meeting itt the conclusion of the speeches wayorganized CURED OF RHEUMATISM Chatanoogato t arm The strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles so that it was useless for work he say s I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm end wrapped the arm in flannel at night and to my re lief I found that the pain gradually left me and the strength returned In three weeks the had disappeared and has not since rheumatism f Pain Balm Flu are certain to be ofd10A IS IJI oR asBears the I siriaturemf Ii j r to LADIES JACKETS I a andITto Are the best bargains in the county Come and see themj before you buy elesewhere j bOVRCOAT5i A famous faultless brand from S4 to 10 The best in the land I surrs Thb famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever lay in any colcr from 5 to 15 in men and boys sizes j I iThe 5T1OE51 tWALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also the R Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are WXRUBBERS r Cyclone Rubbers and Felt Boots t i 7 Phone 87II a FKRUEGERSSoN rVernon Kentucky b Vr v Y 9 L ORDIMrs James MIFranciscoman was over to see about getting a supply of the Kentucky Freestone to be used as base material Fount Lakes has moved to Mu lersville Thomas Eagan has moved to Ward in the house va cated by John Dowell Miss Min nie McNew ij reported very tick with measlesLee Proctor the efficient clerk for the Kentucky Freestone Co at this place was compelled to go home on account of sickness and Elmer Rector is filling his place Joe Coffeys chadren have whoop ing cough Miss Woodie Wolf has returned to her home at Ward after a two weeks stay with Mrs Lillie SharpThe Baptist Sunday- S hool at Hnmmell Grove is pro gressing nicelyMr James Par sons section foreman at Beiea spent a few moments at this place with friends Saturday while wait inf for the train There is no use trying to mention the visitors for they are coming and going so fast we cant get their namesW H Baker was in Jellico last week selling magic remediesJ H Coffey has a fine lot of logs on his mill yard nowMr George Taylor remains about the sameMrs Rachel Robins is some better at this writing Mr Marvel Coffey remains very feebleUncle An derson Proctor is still improving Mrs Vina Cook of Jellico Tenn LLangIvery feeble Le iley Cliftord has moved to Flanifcim to work on the railroad RECEIVES CONGRATULA TIONS conmgratulations of your friends upon your improved appearance if you will take Foleys Kidney Remedy as it tones up the system and im parts new life and vigor Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache nervous exhaustion and all forms of kidney and bladder troubles SoldlbT v v r vr J33 JcxJt AT COST SALE i to I have about 100 pairs of the hest Shoes and Rub Clothingland II also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it will certainly K pay You to see our line before you buy t FR ASHER WEST MAIN STREET J- i 3 3E Jc3sIttttttttttYftttt1ttYttttttttt tflttttttttttttttt ttttftt Your Attention E Will you give us your attention just for a moment 3 = and let us tell you that we carry one of ri = the best lines of General Merchandise including ==w Dry Goods Notions Hats Shoes and Grocer ITS aE= Our new line of Spring Goods will soon be a= lin i ZS See ourline of Straw Hats before you pur ij r = chase 3- JJ3w STOKES J aEE P S Remember that in connection we have a gener 5s i w al blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a E=w specialty 3 U1UIIIIIIIIIUllmUl1llUlmUl UI1I1UI1I1UllIIUI1I11I11I11iIUl A big cut or a little cut small scratches or buises or big ones ire healed quickly by DeWitts Carbo lized Witch Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Get De Witts Sold by Chas C Davis Foluy s Orino Laxative is best pi for women and children Its mld Iiipreferablesuch as pills tablets etc Cures f constipation Sold by Chas Davis z r L iXf h CJ 1 if II MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 3 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON HARVEY HELM a candidate for Con gress from the Eighth district to succeed himself subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the action I of the Republican party NEW STATE LAWS The Kentucky Legislature that adjourned on March 17th did not enact as many laws as it its prede cessor but some of the laws are of vital importance Chief among these are the following Act abol ishing the present school trustee system and establishing county boards to control the schools and teachers act to prevent a man from selling his tobacco after he pools it act appropriating 476000- to complete the new Statehouse and maintain it act appropriating 300000 to the two Normal Schools and 200000 to the State University act putting poolrooms out of business act giving State aid to all tuberbulosis sanatoriums act providing for a vote to annul the constitution so as to permit state aid to public road building act authorizing warehouse men to commingle tobacco of like grades act further regulating the employ ment of children in factories and an at providing the tat penalty shall not go on until December 1St each year The bill to extend the county unit local option law to all counties in the State failed to pass as did the bills to redistrict the Senatorial and Representative districts and the bill requiring all buyers of tobacco to pay a license fee The Governor vetoed a number of bills the most important one be ing the Arnett bill exempting from t taxation stock in foreign corporations owned by residents of Ken tucky approIpriation bills is about 1325000 and the session of sixty days cost about 90000 Governor Wilson gave out a statement reciting at considerable length his reasons for vetoing several appropriation bills passed by the legislature The principal bill vetoed was the measure appro priating 100000 fora state tuber culosis sanitarium Three or four other measures added considerably to the sum appropriated by the leg islature In his statement the Governor recites that when the Dresent legislatare and state of ficers were elected there was nearly a million and a half of dollars in the treasury This surplus he says the legislature against his wishes eyprested in messages and vetoes wiped out and then proceeded to pass the measures just vetoed after the auditor had presented to the two hquJSs a statement showing that there was but 180 left in theI reasury The course of the gorily of ibeJegislature is sharply arraigned inthe statement The following bills are all that passed and were signed by the Governor HOUSE BILLS ioi- Crecellius Act providing a fine for the seller and the buyers of a crop of tobacco that has been y jooled unless sold by consent 1 the pboling organization ofI rjO3 McCordAct providing fine for the sale or transfer of ai piece of personal property where the possession is in one person and t the title thereto Is vested in an other A companion bill to No 101 44 WaggonerAct increasing the annual appropriation for the Kentucky Childrens Home Society from 15000 to 30000 26 KlairAct changing the name of the A and iM College to State University 36 Brooks Act providing that fines and forfeitures in police courts in fourthclass cities shall be collected by the cities in case of appeal f 157 Lillard Act to prevent the manufacture and sale ot adul terated or misbranded foods drugs medicines and liquors and appro priating 0000 a year to have the Kentucky experiment station en force the law and test the uricles named 140 Sullivan Act approp at iJ 150000 each for new buildings fr the two siate normal sclioplsj and 200000 for the State U nversitv 92 Sullivan Act changing tl e bsis of representation for trte tuition to State Normal Schools for a certain number of pupils from each county 64 MeyerAct to promote and compel attendance of children in schools and to prevent truancy in cities of first second third and fourth classes 93 GravesAct changing time of holding circuit court in the Second district 105 McChord Act empowering fire insurance companies in this state to incorporate with only 50000 capital stock instead erf 100000 306 Wilson Act to amend the drainage laws as applicable to Union county 312 SchoberthAct appropriating 100 to remove the remains of Thomas F Marshall to the cemetery at Frankfort 106 Porter Act transferring town of Clay in Webster county to fifthclass towns 387 StrangeAct providing that dental parlors or dental companies shall be operated under the name of the proprietor 179 Budford To enable State Board of Pharmacy to exchange certificates registration with other states allowing pharmacists registered in another state to practice pharmacy in Kentucky 252 KlairAn act fixing and defining the powers of the several county courts within this common wealth with reference to persons responsible for or directly promoting or contributing to the con ditions that render a child de pendent neglected or delinquent and providing how such powers may be exercised 66 RiceAet to repeal the act creating a graded school in District NO3 in Johnson county 76 SimmonsAct empowering fifth class towns to issue refunding bonds to pay debts 75 SimmonsAn act provid ing that a majority of the voters of any fourthclass town shall de cide whether or not that town shall be annexed to a secondclass city The old law was that 40 per cent could govern 257 BeardAn act providing that fiscal courts may use the poll tax to increase the road fund in county 233 PerryAct repealing the charter of the town of Homer in Logan county 164 H L Myers Act fixing maximum fine atioo for sale 01 drugs in violation of the law as to the sale of drugs 241 P W BerkshireAct to repeal that part ot Section 24i2a Kentucky statutes that requires land owners to keep clean the waters of navigable streams 22 SteersAct authorizing warehousemen to commingle tobacco ot like grades i98 SullivanAct providing for the continuation of the Geolog ical Topographical and Agri cultural Survey 143 AndersonAntact authorizing county courts to make contracts for four years for road construction and repair The law now limits it to one year 288 HarrisAct to regulate the child labor law and make the provisions ihereot effective 108 PorterAct authorizing unused money in any school dis trict to be applied to the next term or to increasing pay of teachers- i I HaswellAct allowing the State Librarian a clerk at 50 per month 32 BufordAct defining the crime of abortion and fixing a severe penalty therefqr 141 SullivanAct for the ijoverumeu and regulation fcomi mon schools aoolishes the present trustee system and creates the county board system does not apply to cities towns and graded school districs 107 Porter Act amendiug the revenue law so t ae the penally does not go on until December i each yerl 138 Shanks Act changing time of holding circuit court in the Thirteenth district 21 KlairAcb to provide for the care and custody ofcourthoue ir unties containing second class cities applies especially to Lexing ton 444 Rules CrnmitteeAc- gvtiig chief clerks of aetiate an- tloue 30 days pay to prepr permanent copy ot j ournaLs ol each house 210 NichlsAct giving defendant ini felony cases ten permptory Challenges and cOmmon- wealth three 136 Wallace Act allowing pension to members of Veteran Voluntary Firemens Association of Louisville 204 Porter Act authorizing sheriffs to pay election offiers as soon as work is completed 185 Meer Act requiring city of Louisville to levy a 36 cent t xI for school purposes instead of 33 cent tax 120 HunterAct to define and make clear the jtatute See 1308j relating to drawing weapons and shooting on public highways 207 Wilson Act authorizing justice of the peace to hold couit twice a month The bills originating in the Senate which have hecome laws by the Governors signature willup pear inmr next issue Of the fortytwo delegates to the Republican National Convention blltfourothers being unjnstructed contested or Instructed for someVpther cndidate Of the 254 delegates already chosen probably 260 are for Taft and 146 have been instruct ed for him After ten years of active work at head of theUnited Mine Workers of America John Mitchell retired from the presidency on Tuesday Mr Mitchell has made no plans for the future and will make none until he regains his health He has a number of offers for consider ation when he cares tore u il1e work Officers of tije Seventh Regiment say the icason the orders to that regiment to go to the Philip pines were countermanded is thit the Government fears anarchistic and labor troubles partkuarly a election time Tired mothers worn out by the peevis cross baby have found Cas casweet a boon and a blessing Cas casweet is for babies and children and is especially good for the ills so common in cold weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bot drugSoldActing Gov Cox has issued a proclamation designating April 17 as Arbor day Judge James E Cantrill is rapidly sinking and has but little vitality left left How to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis laxativelikeof using external salves and supposi performedthey reasonisthe result of habitual constipation and thoroughlycured pimpIesward symptom And just as face lotions arent half as good for pimples as a good blood medicine so salves and suppositories laxativeA 50 cent or bottle will prove these claims and every druggist is authorized to Guarantee usthattrialfromwill permanently correct bowel trouble so that tonetheDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the best rem biliousnesstlatulency orbowelsmake it especially suited to children and all are too weak to stand purgative waters whoI and griping powders and tablets not what pile suff rers need but steady easy bytheoflexpenseFREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr vells Syrua Pepsin buy byaddressing thosewhoesymptoms or disease oldfolksSo productbears COiSold by CHAS C DAVISI 1 We Trus- tP22TS If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaustion you should begin at with Ayers Sarsaparilla onceI Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unless there is dally action of the poisonous products are absorbed ache biliousness nausea dyspepsia bowelsIpreventing the Sarsaparilla from doing work Ayers Pills are Jlrer pills Act all vegetable IA Made by S C Ayer Co lowell Mass IAlso manufacturers or ijerflAiR I We have no Bcbrets We pnblli J the formulas of all our medicines hI=The ttijjb court ot Venezuela has handed dovc a Gecision gfrom which there is no appeal against the Mamoa Company and the Orinoco Company limited Ame can concern annulling the famous Fitzgerald concession under which these companies claimed rights in Venezuela DeWitts Little Earlv Risers the famous little liver pills Sold e Chas C Davis In a speech in the house Wed nesday Mr Clark of Florida de nouricedr Attorney General Bona P rteasuiwothvof his office and ignorant of the law every WhoWill BeIPresident This and man must read keep post politics Henry Editor Isa Democratic Newspaper but prints the news One dollar yearistbe price the Weekly But you geu and the Mt Vernon Signal one yearfor Si 50 you wilkgi this piperNot the Courier Journal i600 ayear SUNRAY COURIERS OURNAL 200 year We give you combination cut rate these you will write this paper 4 s i tag from a 10cent piece will count IfvJLI value tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF valuo fir TOBACCO with valuable Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWIST Master Workman Sailors FrlcJo Hcrss Shoe Ivy Pick Spear Head Old Honesty Eglantine Big Fournnsleys Bridle BIt Black Bear Old Peach TenpeMYNaturalCoupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many other useful presents shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons Tags French Briar PipeSO Tags Ladys PocketbookSO Tags Fountain enl00 Tags Leather Pocketbook Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags i English Steel RazorSO Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Playing Cards Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags Best Steel Shears75 Tags 60yd Fishing eel6O Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot your tags redeemed at home write for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo and complete line of thing in the way of i HoehoId and Kitchen Furniture Crp fs1M ftn s7 Rugrs7 Wrdw Shades and Lace Curtains r j i Ranges and Sfoves Call and see my line before purchasi ing elsewhere It costs to look cC C COX Old Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 is a presidentialear every to ed on Th- eCourierJournal Watersbn it as develops of CourierJournal can thatpaper I3oth If ye or secdyour order to DAILY COURIERJOURNAL a can a on if L L Ti A A tags J T SMOKING EDGE 4 as 50 80 30 have us jitV Anew 7 it UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexc lled- Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire plomply filled W A COX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94S 04 C3 lABell fBfpatura of J dfIfk ofrll i t goods Iwill offer for sale for the NEXT 30 j DA YSat COST my entire line o- fMn I I Oys Yits edd o Pants Overcoats and Child rens Wraps and Nens t Underwear IIlitl IjtA C HIATT t I HI ATT KENTUCKY Convenience v of the Savings Account iMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent inivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is fed As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are 1 idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the I entire amount at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the ji 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 if i you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON T INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY EttttttttitttttttttJ1ttttttt ttttttttttttttt I fxT VERNON DMET CD 1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS 3 jJMt FUNERAL EiIBAl4MEHS DIRECTORSAND 1 g COUCH ETALSC CASKETS Coffins and Robe ELicened Embalmor will have charge of line of 5 work for the company n 0Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse to all points E A B FURN8SH WHL KRUECER = g Pnone Proprietors H 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 11 1111il11111111ilil111il111111 S AFFORDS PERFECT SECURITY Folevs H6ney and Tar affords pefect security from pneumonia and consumption as it cures the most obstinate coughs and colds We have neyer known a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar had been taken Soldby Chas C Da visJ Campbell Can t rill has formally announced hmselfas a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congressman from the Seventh district 3 3Vernon Ky = 3E = that JET Ers = sent A bill repealing the act of March 2 1867 prohibiting the payment of any claim against the United States originating before the Civil provehisloyaltv during that war was passed by the Senate yesterday IMPORTANT DECISION- It is important that you should decide to take onlj Foleys Honey and Tar when you have a cough or cold as it will cure the most obsti nate racking cpugh and expel the FoleysHoneyful drug Insist on having it SJldIqy Chas C1 Davis i Fi Rie jfttti friafiIJ l f r f fei = MJ VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY April 3 190 1Z Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi-cate with SIGNAL 79 G 4 R R Co TIME TABLEc22 north 124 P mI 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p w 11 South 1220 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered nt the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as seoudchisi mni matter PEllSO AL Per Rigsby is rapdlv recovering Mrs Georgie Franklin has been 1very sick this week Mrs E B Cox visited her par ent at Pine Hill this week NI ridlT Ben Pile spent Saturday until Sunday with friends here Mr J T Hutcheson was the guest of his daughter Mrs M B Salin Drf J F Baugh and R W Dvche visited relatives in Loudon Sunday Mrs J Thos Cherry came Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs I J W Brown Misses Bettie Hicks and Eliza Pike were guests of Miss Jennie Davis this week Dr and Mis D B Southard are k rejoicing over the arrival of a fine isboy baby to bless their home t Mrs W L Richards returned from Glencoe yesterday She has a been very sick for the past week We hear some talk that Rev A a J Pike will be called as pastor o the Baptist church at this place Mr and Mrs J S Edmonds o Alabama are guests of Mrs Ed LzST Welch Mrs Preston Pennington has returned from Orlando and ter mother who has been very si slightly improved R L Collier the pole man was I here Wednesday We are always I glad to see Bob as he is famil iarly called come to town M C Sowder narrowly escape what might have been a serious injury with the loss of only four teeth by a mule kicking him in the mouthMrs Fannie Adams Miss Mat Williams and little Tevis Bethur um have returned from a several weeks stay in Somerset and Loiiis yule J A Preston tin remitting for his paper says that he is getting alone alright enjoying good health and has po reasonable cause for complaint at the way the world is serving him Mr and Mrs I N Graybeel we I understand are soon to became residents of our town We heartily welcome them among us They will occupy the hmJse recently v cated by S B Ramsey on West Main street Mr and Mrs R B Mullins united with the Baptist church Satu day night the latter being baptize- t Tuesday by Rev A J Pike who discaurselanight John Jones has been examined and will soon be placed to work as operator for the L N He learned under our splendid night agent J J Lawrence who is cou ceded to be one of the most expert lightning hurlers on the road Tom OMara who has been here most of the winter left Wednesd for Spartensburg S C where h is soon to begin twirling e in the South Carolina League Tom is one of the best in the small leagues and we fully expect to see him traveling in faster company before may season have passed Hon Waller Bennett candidate for the delegate at large from the Eighth District to the Republican Convention which meets in Chic go in June was here Wednesday presenting his claims to the Rock castle Republicans Since Mr Bennett is in hearty accord with the Rockcastle Republicans in the line up for Taft he received all the encouragement and even more than he was lookiugfor in this county Mrs R E Thompson daughter Miss Lillie and son Bragg are vis MsPoynter LOCAL Landrum Council had work Monday and Thursday nights FERTILIZER Just receiveda carload of the Bower Fertilizer Jonas McKenzie Son FERTILIZER I have just re- eived a car load of Lake Erie Fish Guano Brand F R ASHER FERTILIZER ust received a car fertilizerIT OWENS 13 2j Ky tVbere did you get that beautiful hat and it is so very becoming Why at Mrs Browns of course John V McKenzie has been ape pointed town marshall to succeed R E Sowder who moved outside of corporate limits Elmer Lechleiter has bought the house in which telephone exchange is located at Livingston on which lie will put improvements FOR SALEA square piano in good condition and will be sold at a great bargain Apply to Miss Ida May Adams Mt Vernon Ky Mch 2031 FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 100 per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per setting Mrs W J Edmiston Mchso tf Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE 700 bales good timothy hay If not sold privately will be sold at auction Saturday April ii 1908 on Jerry Frith farm JAMES BROCK apr4 2t Hiatt Ky Brodhead now has a fullfledged telephone exchange with 28 phones installed and orders on the confstructed from Brodhead to Hiatt businessfwithin a week Our local telephone company has made arrangements via Lancaster end Danville for getting junctionkthe State as well as Cincinnati Indianapolis Nashville including many other States OPENINGThe ladies of Mt aredmy riua 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 Mr James Adams and aged and honhored citizen of the county died Wednesday at the home of his son Abe Adams near Cove Station where he had made his home for several months Mr Adams was a survivor of the Civil War His remains were laid to rest yesterday in the family graveyard Another good man gone to his reward Jack Adams left Tuesday tar Col orado where he will spendabout returningaHe was accompanied as far as Lou isville by W T Rider who will probably continue the whole jour shippedr tookdmare not sold on wayeexpect to dispose of them at a handsome price Mrs Oleo Brown had her splen did opening of new and upto date hats and everything for ladies on wasIDee lighted with her excellent taste She has the goods of th most becoming styles and the abili shouldaybecomine thmone from whom to buy CIRCUIT COURT The jury trying Woolford Adams for the killing of William Hayes wits theIment at 18 yesrs an the pen Charley King foV lulling Tom Young 6 years in the pen This killing occurred at Capwtlvlast Xmas which King cla ms was purely an accident but the jury could not reconci all the facts to such a story The case against R P Pike charged with the killing of Joe Mize continued until next term ot court b = t 0 e Tw9eA4000eoaeoseooosaoseeooeeooee 0 0 0 teeoseos0eeoooeooeoeeeoooeoeeoeseeoeos S a VG1gC4Abe0VLe09e0 e eU sOt ee0 0 ceo ooe- e ao 1 0 90 0 It I nSIde InformatIonW I i 1 e e eoIsYour Coat Made 2Ivei wr0 1 g aCOG000 0 eI eoe2 00 mi ee If it is this picture tells you oo The collar fits the neck closely The point of the shoulders standup it will o ggnot break down wrinkle The body of the coat hangs rightThe but notoeaas drag down they are stayed 0o These are only a few of the many reasons why you should n sot8 oo SHIl1lO BRAND CLOTH S i m o et ooa i OUR NEW EASTER SUITS ARE HEREclt o oi oG ready for your inspection They are the snappiest ones youllseeo 0- ea a Prices range from 700 to 18 00eoo0t2 h IIiA eA ors X20 or 25 fora Suit We 0 sell the same Suits from 10 e to X18 and they fito t9 0 eel 0 e ssoeesoooeooeoeoeeeeeaeeee 0 0 0 0 Read advertisement ofJ J Stokes found on first page John J Jones has made appliIcation for a patent on a culator W G Mullins has the contract for distributing telephone poles over the route from Mt Vernon to Corbin Mr Will Merricks and Miss Minnie Fredericks were married last Thursday Both are deserving young people The surveyors for the East Ten nessee Telephone Co have located the line through town and are working on south0- Husbands brothers sweethearts friends admire women in nice becoming head gearsee Mrs Browns beautiful aats H V Bastin of Lancaster has secured a patent on a telephone lightening arrester It is claimed to be a valuable invention Who is that Dont use this in quiry over the phone when one has answered your call Ask if it is the party you called giving the nameNo criminal business has been tried this week the entire time being spent with civil business The grand jury convened again this morning but will be finally discharged tomorrow beewithout our Livingston corres pondence and we are not going to takestas every not e ein a day or goodecorrespondents are not found so easily anhd makesa beautifual millinery at Mrs Browns She will be only to glad to show to you and make wise suggestions for your benefit without extra charge Second Lieutenant H M Kline of the Regular Army has been at the Miller house for the past ten days getting recruits for the Regular Army So far there have been but a very few eplisted He will be here for a month L IID wear D THE LEADER IN MENS WEAR PHONE 7- 7fifififflfffffflffiirfliin 1 EC Clayton the jeweler will leave Mt Vernon in two weeks He will go west See the Merry Widow Sailors i jnst out at Mrs Browns They are and the aflthecall on J T Adams Mt Vernon 1 B Chestnut was here yester day and told us that the Hiatt section was overrun with hog buy ers R B Mullins is having two cottages erected on the lot recently purchased of Dick Cumminson Adams street The East Tenness e Telephone surveyors have reached Mt Ver non on their proposed line from Crab Orchard to Corbin The infant child of Mr and Mrs Neal of Livingston died Sunday and was taken to Freedom for burial Mrs Neal use to he Miss Kit tie Poynter FOR SALltIf youare lopkiug for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky R H LEWIS TAKEN TJP Came to my house on January the 12th 1908 a male hog will weigh about one hundred Ibs Owner can have same by pav ing for the keeping of the hog and for this advertisement EMMETT TREADWAY TAKEN upA black male bog weight about too pounds came to my place four months ago Owner can have same by paying all damages cost of advertisement JOSHUA PARRETT Mch 273t Cove Ky The heavy rains have caused a flood in the rivers and creeks in Kentuckyswere n county by the washing away of a house Property was damaged to the extent of 76000 at Mavsville Lexington was swept by a storm which flooded cellars and 100 persons homeless The Kentucky Licking and Big Sand rivers are at flood tide and th timber loss will be heavy J t vw or and and BBODHtfAD Miss Maude Watson returned from the city yesterday with a full and uptodate line of spring and summer millinery She will have charge ofthe Evans Millinery Cos store at this place They will have their anual opening Saturday April nth o8Mrs J W and Miss Uta Hutcheson were in Dan ville shopping last MondayJ Conard Evans and E R Gentry are numbered with our sick for this weekMisses Eliza Pike and Bettye Hicks visited in Mt Vernon Tues day and Wednesday Mr and Mrs Pen Pike visited the family of Jonas McKenzie in Mt Vernon last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Pike were recently married and will soon leave for other parts which we dislike very much to give up these popular young peopleMrs Dr Percy Benton and daughter left today to spend a month at Crab Orchard Springs on account of Mrs Bentons health We hope this rest will add much to giving back her health The telephone line to Hiatt will be completed this week A very great improvement H H Hutcheson has a very severe attack of tonsilitis The Rockcastle Co Fair Association met last Monday night and elected the following officers J Thos Cherry Pres B A Yaden V Pres John Robins Secy W Hutche son Treas G Owens R H Hamm and Dr W E Gravely Directors and Hon R G Williams of Cov ington Ky Dr W B OBannon of Stanford M G Aldridge of Lancaster W H Pettus of Cupp Tenn R G Pettus of Preachers villeE S Albright W L Richards T Adams and DJ M L Myers of Mt Vernon as Hon Directors The dates are Wednesday Thurs day and Friday Aug 19 20 and 21 08 Under this management we expect to have the biggest Fair yet The first National Convention of nominationdcandidates for President and Vice President will be that of the Louiseyesterday s Our line of Neckwear was never e more complete than now S our windows ISee eo e q Iaeooeoooeeooesoe0ooeeo00000 eee SHERIFFS LAND SALES By virtue of tax warrants which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle County Court for taxes due by the hereinafter rneddeliu quents for the year iqoSGI will offer for sale the following real estate to satisfy said warrants with inter est penalty and cost Said sale will be made on the 27th day of April 1908 it being regular County Court day- Bussel Melvin Cn r 200 acres near Buck French tax and cost S 6 30 Mullins heirs 250 acres near Jas Mullins tax and cost 481 R L McFERRON Sheriff of Rockcastle County EGGS FOR SLES C Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cents per 15 MRS A E SHARP mch 66t Ottawa Ky fNGLAIIDSAYS NO ALUM A IN fOOD and strictly prohibits the sale of alum bakingpowder So does France I w NOTICEI will return from the city about April ist witha complete f and uptoJate line of Millin ery with styles to suit the locality and prices to suit the times Call and see me before making your purchases ResptTMRS WM POTTS Mch 20sT Brodhead Ky ft The Kind You Have Always Bought w A TWENTY YEAR SENTENCE- I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes O S Woolever of LeRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25C at Chas C Davis drug store So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal m Washington and the District of Colum bia and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injuriousTo protect yourself against alum when ordering baking powder Saplalillger ROYALBAKING CASTORIAFor IIj 1 and be very sure you get Royal Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar It adds to the digestibility and wholesomeness of the food I t w I FJxC iOOOOO 90 OOO OO That hacking cough cont nue3tBecause your system is cyour powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts Ernzalsion 9 3Itbuilds up and strengthens your entire system contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so 0X prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest tOt 0ALLO DRUGGISTS O AND 100 o o= METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drubs tationey Cigars Tokaeeo paints Oil and patent Nledicine Diseases of Children A peciaffy S C DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KY p PPC I GRANVILLE 01irJEii9S- UNDERTAKERIV I iI Brodhead Ky I Y VIA I For Information and list of Hotels address 0 0 KING 0P 8 T A 111 Main Sty Lexington Ky All persons having Watches in ray shop or repair work to do will please call by the f4 1st of April E Vernon Ky v FARM FOR SALEI offer for sale my farm of 103 acres one fourthmile west of Roundstone Station 45 acres in cultivation balance timber Good house and barn and well watered There is 30 acres bottom land aud well set in grass it sold before April ist will be studa bargain Address W Kodol for Dyspepsia has helped thousands of people who have had stomache trouble This is what one man says of it E C De Witt Co Chicago gentlemen Bn 1907 I had a disease of the stomache and bowels I could not digest anything I ate and in the spring of 1902 I bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I r rom that bottle all the Georgia could not buy I a little occasionally as I find it a gobj blood purifier and a good ton ic My you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell Roding Ga Aug 27 1907 Sold by Chas C Davis Dr Vallis Durham a prominent young physician ofChristian county who was indicted on the charge of night riding surrendered at and gave bond Dr Durham is alleged to bave been a member of the band which whipped Presley H Rogers near Era CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE Medicines that ad nature are always most effectual Chamber lains Cough remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids open the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healttJy condition Thousands have esti fled to its superior excellence For sale by Chas C Davis v The President Tuesday nom inated Dr David Jaytie HiUto be Vwbassador to Germany COMPLETE LINE j iAllI FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS a II Winter Tourist Tickets Notice Clayton Jeweler- Mt ceivedI Hopkinsville expectoration WITHOUTi IQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 190711Good I 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 residence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered witlMwo never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of entireIpostofficesand for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain it sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb i4tf Mt Vurnon DEATH WAS ON HIS HEELS Jesse P Morris of Skipper Va had a close call in the spaing of 1906 He say An attack of pneumonin left me weak andwith such a fearful cough that my friend declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me im mediately and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I food that New Discov ery is the best remedy for coughs and lung diseases in all the world Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 5oc and i Trial bottle free William J Bryansays the Demo cratic banquet at Kansas City Mon day night was the largest ever held in the United States PLENTY OF TROUBLE 1is caused by stagnation of the liver bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness aud the poisin that brings jmdice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 2oc at Chas C Davis drug sters The Rhodes scholarship com niittee for Kentucky has selected- WinchesterSUiart of OAensboro as the Kentuck V representative at Oxford University England thisr year Stuart was one of four Cfltididates for the honor and represented Central University 04t r0ax4Bees the l1ItuI A CHANGE k1I NEJVS ITEMS The correspondence between the United States and Venezuela in regard to American claims has been submitted to Congress amt shows that negotiations have reached a criticai stage The time for sowing tobacco plant beds is about over and the leaders of the Burley Tobacco Society say that reports from the entire belt shows that the plan to eliminate a crop this season is a s access and that but a small part of the usual crop will be grown The Warner and Fc raker bills for the restoration to duty ofnegro soldiers discharged without honor because of the affray at Browns ville Tex were defeated in the Senate Committee on Millitary Affairs by the votes of the five Democratic members who joined with the Republican opposition Trouble has arisen in the ranks of the Burley Tobacco Society over the retention of 10 per cent of the receipts of sales to pay the expenses of the societys organization A meeting was held in Cincinnati which was attended by President Clarence Lebus and fifty growers Members of the organization say 10 per cent of the gross receipts is too large a tax HE GOT WHAT HE NEEDED Nine years ago it looked as if my time bad come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek Ind 1 was so run down that life hung on a very lender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what neededstrength I had one foot in the grave but Elec tric Bitty rs put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under a guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc SALEiAs I am going to leave for other parts or the country I offer fat sale my farm of 80 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 Also 2 wagons i yoke of 3 year old cattlea goog milch cow and calf some hogs and farming tools all new Will sell all together or separate Will give possession ten days after sale W A TYIJEE Brodhead Ky A COMMON MISTAKE Many Women mistake kidney and bladder troubles for some ir regularities peculiar to the sex Fo leys Kidney Remedy corrects ir regularities aud makes women well Miss Carrie Harden Bowling Green Kwrites I suffered much pain from Kidney and blad der trouble until I started to use Foleys Kidney Remedy Tin fiat bottle gave me great rpif f and af ter taking the second vte I va entirely well Sold by Chas C Davis William Flack of Bromley Ky was blown to pieces by the ex plosion of a carboy of carbonic acid gas in Cincinnati Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M oa anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles awl Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences L7 JIMFO teWi Iron r i Fence Cheaper than wood vim lastfa lifetime IJ HlehssUiaris II nx pwAAt IROHWOl bp CINCINNATI O olJlcllloV eau aaa V GEORGE OWENS Propr SHAKE IN A BOTTLE Now is the time when the doctor gets busy and the INtent inernnne anutactures reap the hrve t nn less great care is taken 10 cirev warmly andkeEv the feet dry Thi is the advice of an old eminent au thority who Si s that rheumatism and Uidnav trouble weather is here and also tells what todo in case of an attackGet any good prescription pnarmacy onehalt ounce fltd extract Dandelion one une cnmj pound Kargon three ounces Corn pound SyrupSarspHrilla Mix by shaking iu a bottle and take a tea spoonfull after meals and at bed timeJust try this simple homemade mixture at the first sign of rhea matism and it your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are net acting justrigbjThis is said ti be a ey regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms ofrheumatism which is caused by uric acid id the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Anyone can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicin ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers preer they will compound the mixture for then Kennedys Laxative Cough Syr upthe cough that tastes nearly as goodas maple sugar and which children like so well to take Unlike uearly all other cough reme dies it does not constipate but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system and at the same time allays the inflamatton Always use Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup Sod by Chas C Davis FOK SALE My farm of 200 cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation So acres of which is in grass Gord buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Willsellata bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Withers Ky Tc have perfect health we must have perfect digestion and it is very important not to permit of any delay the moment the stomach feels out of order Take something It once that you know will prompt Iv and unfailingly assist digestion There is nothing better than Kodol for dyspepsia indigestion eur stomach belching of gas and nercoas headache Kodol is a nat ural digestant and will digest what you eat Sold by Chas C Davis In Anderson county night riders dynamited the tomato plant bed of James Phillips blowing a hole in the ground Phillips had destroyed a tobacco bed on the spot and had put up a sign to that effect ORINO laxative Swimi 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 boa KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryliFOR I AND ALL THROAT AND lU TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR mONEY REFUNDED lvi A CARSON PAfNTER AND PAPERHANhER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make ian estimate on work before placing your order r All Work Gt1aranteed re J SPIRO I re dom Sunday School is pfo sre sing nicely Everybody listen to hear tlc e 1i ing at old Freedom next Sunday Farmers are vety busy in this part ODd wheat is look ing fineMr and Mrs Reubin Hurley are viitmg friends in Lin coin countyJ W Brown is Still on the matrimonial list and we h pe he will win E B SoLVes of Danville is visiting Mr Fred Hahn 11 G McKimey and family have the gripV K DeBotd and family will start Thursday for Okla homa to make their future home The writer had the pleasure of eating a fine birthday dinner with quite acrowdat W B Dilling hams March 24 Miss Mattie Owens who has been very sick fort he last few days is reported better Mr and Mrs Bert Owens are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl babyMisses Mary Dilling ham and Etliel Capps spent Sun day night with Miss Martha Mc KinneyMr Sam Roberts has sore hands W H Owens lour hustling merchant is getting a trade Mr Walter Owens and MifSj Maud Cash visited Mrs Grabeel Sunday Mrs J AnnieI Kinney is very sick with Floyd Hensley spent Saturday night with Willie and Dallas Dil lingham Miss Maud Cash has returned to her home at Ottawa after spending a few days with relatives at this placeMr Walter Bussell of Andrews Ky visited friends at this place Sunday and started Monday for North Dakota to make his future home The little infant of Mr and Mrs Neal of Living ston died Saturday night and was buried Monday alternoon in the old Roberts burying groundMrsS- am Sayers died Tuesday night of that dread disease consumption IaAN INSIDIOUS DANGER One of the worst features of kid ney trouble is that it is an insidious disease and before the victim real izes his danger he may have a fatal maladv Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of trouble as it corrects irrecjnlaritJesand pre vents Brigbtsdisease and diabetes Sold by Chas C Davis A New York dispatch to a Chicagopaper says Anna Gould has broken with her relatives and will bemarried to Count Sagan WHOOPING COUGH I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family in cases of whooping cough andwant to tell you that it is the best medi ctne I have ever usedW F Gaston Posco Ga This remedy Is safe and sure For sale by Chas C Davis R W DYCHE B mNTI T MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown aud Bridge Work a Specialty j rodhead Marbe Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist Louisville Kv Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until May MTC C 1 iliarsATTORNEYATLAWMT XOFFICE On 2cd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to S- oUndertaker 3 C MeCLARY Embalmer Complete ChestI collectionsPhone LINE of Caskets Robes eIOrders by Telephone attend I ed promptly Stanford Ky i y 1 ijALCOHOL 3 PER cENT ca ge abe sitttilalingtheFoodantlR ula andBowelsofc n Promotes DigeslionCheerful1 ness and RestContainsnellh- erOpiumHorphi e norN llera- fNOTNAR iI C OTI- Cei MtBmpeOfOldDr r lci0i1 4i A tGrfrJI ruhl tAAerfectRemedY forConsfipa EIdWormsConvulstottseveitsh ness facSimile Signature or rkijri NJW YORK lllt is Ito Guaranteed un rthaFood Exact Copy of Wrapper a WI CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Botlqht Bears the- Signature In I IUse IFor Over I IThirty Years CATA rt d r IfJ lrJ a The New Store i ra w w h M Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grrapenuts tPine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes J VFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Tell0 Baked 1 Beans Beefsteak and Meats of all kindsAll delivered in town When you 1 want groceries call Phone 561 Iiw 0 CARMICAL coidoor to Bank of Mt Vernon Q Mt Vernon tr o I Ir yj y r M pflJj5f ShoesLa ew een werrf will sell at most any old price to close out stock W m In this lot will be found shoes which cost B250 jj wholesale We have what we calla few real bar- gainsf to offer Ask to see them JONAS McKENZIE SON r T tC3 rNoOperaiionMrs cc I had what doctors call prolapse and couldnt stand straight I had pain in my back and profuseDoctorsI couldnt bear the thought of the knife After tak ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk around Can now do my housework gnd am in splendid health JJ Cardui is a pure essenceaespecially adapted to cure womens diseases It relieves excessive periodical pains regulates irregularities and is a safe pleasant and re liable remedy for all sick women In suc cessful use for over 70 years Try it 1it s Write us a letter describl r all your and we will send you Free Advice plain seated Address Ladles The Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn I Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles I I jWINEOF of FREE ADVICE symptoms envelope Advisory Department Chattanooga At CARDUIJ