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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v- r iif r t Published Every FridayIw cr == VOLUME xXrMT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 10 1908 NUMBER i b i T I J f AN- DCTALKS I fpv LOUD I HIf as these are cash j WpricesFor the next 30 clays i I wil sell all t i i 10 cent articles at 7cts j 2 JoJ IQ cts cts IIf MENSr ts worth 1600 now 1300 worth 1500 now 1200 Ifcvorth 1200 now 900 orth 800 now 650 ojIf YOUTHS J worth55o now 400t i CHILDRENS j Suits from 80 cents to 2 I- y f I x Boys Corduroy pants were t t 50 cents now 39 cents I asiotherthey las- tDont y forget the Cash SKIRTS v A lot of Ladies Skirts were I 5 J 3 to4now 150 to f250 I1 5 fa great bargain tj 5 IAT T i fresh fronr the factory at cut 3 T prices In fact everything 20 percent less than regular J priceE A lot of Linnlium Carpet and Rugs f COME NO- WGTJOHNSON JL I K STORE Mt Vernon Kyj k T a Xv iAii I fb li7i3 tf IInnf vnnn ignal c Ll VINHHlOli ft Coal Inspector Riggs has been suffering with grip hut is out again t Bro Campbell filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday lastI f Mrs J P E Drummond left I April 1St or an extended visit to f relatives and friends in Knoxville I Tenn f Mn Susie Hicks wife of W M I Hicks died at her home here at f 6 oclock p in Friday and was buried in the Gresham burying f ground at this place Saturday eve niug She leaves a husband and one daughter to mourn their loss monthsftionMrsGeo Pope is visiting in Paris this week There are townsmenf andchlldr Crabrhas been visiting in Garrard and Madison counties lot the past homefvine who has been sptnd1tg a few WIreturnedfCarter and children accompanied by Mrs Carters father Mr Brew extendedf offTelephoneIi here to London The death angel visited the hom of Mr and Mrs R P Gentry Tuesday morning and claimed the spirit of their infant child age three weeks Weep not kind parents for this little one For e know heaven is its home and God 3 has claimed it for His ownW- O Chambers Train Master of the Kentucky Division spent several hours in town Wednesday Mrs A Penuington has been on the sick list for several days but is able to be up again we are glad to say L M Westerfield was down at the spot Stanford MondayLiv ingston may be at a standstill finan dally but we can assure you it on a great boom morally Youn Mens Prayermeetings Christian Endeavors Teachers Training Classes and Sunday Schools all working in harmony with each oth er and comparatively nothing im mOr going on in our little tow and we hope we can in future al ways speak of it in this way We have a number one set of city of theyAwant to do everything possible for the advancement of our town S lets get busy now and as the sprin weather is opening up have ou streets cleaned and then get be hind the citizens and have the conJtageous diseasesChief Dispatcher LousvilletsWednesday morning to come on on an inspection tour of the Leba non Branch of the L Nwith Supt Snyder and other officials Operator C Whalen spen Wednesday in Stanfordshoppin Messrs R J Lemons and J JSams spent Monday aid TuesJay in Louisville R J L can tell you what his business was teter than anyone elseC W Pates and wife from Corbin are at the Eight Gables Mr Pates is work mg a operator at this place for a whileMessrs J W Baker J Oliver Edd Owens and others too numerous to mention were in M Vernon Monday 7CURED OF RHEUMATISM Mr Wm Henry ofChatanooga Teun had rheumatism in his left arm The strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles s o that it was useless for work he says I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm end wrapped the arm in flannel at night and to my re lief I found that the pain graduall- leftJ me and the strength returne In three weeks the rheumatism had disappeared and has not S inceI returned If troobled with f ofjPainpleased with the relief wuich it a fords For sale by Chas C Davis CASrLORAEea s the fiig fatale ot Bflaft ORLANDO The farmers ot this vicinity are making preparations for farming Mrs Rosa Anderson of Livin ston is visiting relatives at tbisj place Stephen Greys little very low with pneumonia fever Mr and Mrs Frank Mullins have returned from Red Fork Okla where they spent the winterThe Sabbath school at Maple Grove was reorganiezd Sunday with HCOwens SuptSmith Reams have a nice lot of ladies and child rens hatsTribble Bryant of this place was called to Mt Vernon Tuesday on account of the death of his sister Mrs Pleasant Singleton Mrs Martha Mason was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Ball Tuesday Mrs Robert Morris died Friday after several weeks illness and was lard to rest Saturday in the hurrying ground near Mr George AndersonsMrs Hicks of Cincinnati is spending a few days here visiting her daughter Mrs Tribble Bryant Jerry Laswells son Granville is reported very sick with pneumonia Mrs Hacker Williams visited her brother Mr Joe Wood at Con way Monday Mr Lewis Olark operator near Middlesboro is at home on a three weeks vacation Mrs Delora Chandler is reported very low at this writingMrs Vina Mullins is visiting Mrs F J Bettyefvery poor Mr J H Reams an old and honored citizen of this place cele b rated his seventythird birthday guestea did justice to the palatable dinner which was servedMr Jarvis Reams formerly of this place writes from Trenton Mo that he and his wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby on March zgth A WOMAN TELLS HOW TO RELIEVE RHEUMATIC PAINS- I have been a great sufferer from that dreadful disease rheumatism fora number of years 1 have tried many medicine but never got much relief from any of them until two years ago when Ijbought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Ertjm I found relief before I had onsdifgvibe many of my friends have tried it and can tell you how wonderful it has workedMrs Sarsh A Cole 140 S New gt Dover Dele ware Chamberlains Pain Balm is painnmany times its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For sale by Chas C Davis QUAIL r dwensaUnionfiOwensrcontinues about as usualWm withmrelatives at Livingston J W Proctor and H G Sutton Quails aetof Brodhead spent Saturday night and Sunday the guest ot fatherin law Rev Martin OwensWheat thetcounty withWhomefolks for a few daysGeorge Walker lain Stanford on business Mr Cleo Wheeldonof O K Ky called on one of Quails fairest young ladies Sunday last Mrs George Taylor is numbered among the sickMrs Louisa Reynolds usualMissADocie Reynolds who has been an stilltremains about as usual George Turner and Thomas Chappell of Lincoln county spent Thursday night the guests of J W Stringer Earnie Herrin is doing some MICrnigours parties at 4 cts P C Brown spent Sundaynigh andspent Monday night with her parents Mr and Mrs Davi Proctor John Craig who has improvingfin this section of thee untyIDeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills Sold ey Chas C Davis k EstablishedISapr We sell the famous 1 LION BBAND CLOTHING IX A great reduction in price iNow is the time buy your Spring and Summer Suit i Mens from 250 to 1500 W i Boys Suits from 65 cts to 1000 We have just received from the city 300000 of this cloth ring whichwill go out at a bargain RPare the best iWehave in our store now over 5oo pairf1 to 5 They are made out of the best goods money can buy and are made to fit With this large assortment we can fit anyone also suit him in price When thinking of buying clothing you had bettercometo us to save you money ir2Phone87 i i Fy KRUEGERSoL trI iMtr GOV HANLEY ON BOOZE In a speech before the republican convention at Indianapolis Gov Hauley spoke in favor of endorsing the County Unit Bill and said Personally I have seen so much of the evils of the whisky traffic in the list four so much ot its physical ruin so much of its mental blight so much of its and heartache that I have come to regard the business as one that must be held and controlled by strong and effective laws I bear no malice toward those engaged in the business but I hate the traffic I bate its every phase I hate it for its intolerance I hate it for its arrogance I hate it for its cant and craft and false pretenses I hate it for its commercialism I hate it for its greed and avarice I hate it for its sordid love ot gain at any price I hate it for its domination in politics I hate it for corrupting influence in civic affairs I hate it for its incessant effort to debauch the sufferage of itIit for its rathless trampling of the solemn compacts of State constitu tions I hate it for the load it straps to labors for the palsied hands it gives to toil for its wounds of genius for the tragedies of its might havebeens I hate it for the human wrecks it has csusedl I hate it for the almshouses it peoples for the prisons it fills for the insanity it inspotters fields I hate for the mental ruin it imposes upon its fortitdhateforit for the crlmes it has committedy hasddestroyed I hate it for hearts it thefmalice it has planted in the hearts of men for Us poison for its bitterness for the dead sea fruit with which it starves their souls n ri av i I 1887iclJaiQ 20r r to Suits at years tears back r = 7 I AT COST e SALE I have about 100 pairs of the best Shoes and Rub hers on the market and some men and boys Clothing and hats which I offer for cost and carriage as I desire to eliminate these from lines ffom business CALICOES aI also have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it willcertainly i pay you to see our line before you buy RASHER t WEST MAIN STREET i sltttttttttt1 ttttttttttttft I Your Attentionw r E Will you give us your attention just for a mo3= ment and let us tell you that we carry one of r 5 includingDry= iSs E I ies to be found in any country Store and much 2 E better than man Sst= Our new line of Spring Goods will soon be = w in 3we See our line of Straw Hats before rww a E JaJ STOKES ti = On mast Pork Skeggs Greek == Three miles South of Mt Vernon 3E P S Remember that in connection we have a genet rrs- s= blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a Sj specialty 2lU1U1U1UUUUU1UUU1UUUU unuuu1uuU1UUUUU1UUU t 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 es pecially good for piles Get De Witts Surd by Chas C Davis r i bestforaction and pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Cures constipation Sold by Chas Davis 1ir j iI 1i Ii i r J z MT VERNON SIGNAL lFRIDAY April to 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I SUBSCRIPTION ONtt YEAR IOO Advertising application rates made known on MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HQN HARVEY HELM a candidate for Con gress from the Eighth district to succeed himself subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun Court Clerk sbject to the action of tie Republican party We are authorized to announce f FBLIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tipn of the Republican party VvV The following which we clip from an exchange will be of inter est to our teachers PROF J C Crabbe Superin tendent of Public Instruction is a stickler for accuracy in complying with school laws and has issued a bulletin in which he has notified all of the teachers of the common schools that the examinations for common school regulations must take place on the prescribed days and on no other days nor in other months The questions must be prepared for these special days by the State Board of Examiners not by the county school superintend ent or teachers nor will the quest ions be given out on other dates Prof Crabbe will also insist that the examinations be conducted by the County Board of Examiners and not by various persons as has been the custom He has also decided that State deplomas and other certificates of qualification to teach are to be granted upon a personal examination only and on the days specified by the law and no pecial examination will be authorizedSuperintendent Crabbe has also decided that the applicant for a county certificate must be eighteen years old at the iime of the applica tion for the certificate and the examination and that certificates of county school teachers must be renewed while they are in force nut after they have expired Another rule established by Superintendent Crabbe will go a long ways towarda rectifying errors that have cost the State possibly many thousands of dollars as he has notified the teachers and county school superintendent that there is no provision in the law for a puppleincntary check to cover errors in the cessus He will also prohibit the payment of money to teachers who attend the institute for one week and oniy one week He has decided that as the law V requires that on district shall in elude fewer than fortyfive pupils that only in extreme cases will there be permitted fewer than fortyfive pupil children in a dis trict and that the County Superintendent will be the judge of this extreme emergency and will be governed by existing conditions and not numbers Possibly the most important decision pf the new State Superin pendent is that all matters of difference and doubt touching the Administrative duties of the officers land teachers of the district in graded common schools of a county are to be decided by the County Superintendent and he urges the arbitrar in such matters to meet the disputed questions squarely and decide them promptly in con formance with the law If a county school superintendent is in doubt he vis notified by Prof Crabbe to call upon the Attorney General Jor a written opinion The new superintendent seems to piacrj a high value on the aid that the county press can give to the fmmon school cause and warmly solicits that aid SENATE BILLS Bills originating in the Senate whiebjiave become laws with the1- ernorSSignatUr 3 JBoswortb An act giving to authorized corporations the right to construct dams across navigable streams and allowing them to exercise the right of eminent domain The bill is so drawn that it applies onlv to Cum berland Falls where a power plant is to be erected 83 CombsAn act to accept the provisions of artact of congress allowing increased appropriations for the Agricultural Experiment StationI NellAn act to provide for an annual school for city and county health officers at which shall be taught the handling of contagious diseases 86 CombsAn act changing the name of Kentucky University 160 CuretonAn act allowing the commonwealths attorney in Ijuisville two district detectives 21 Hogan an act abolishing registrarion of voters in cities of the fifth and sixth class 122 Watson An act to create an educational commission to investigate the needs of the schools of the state and try to devise sume plan by which the conditions can be improved 110 PetersAn act changing the time of holding court in the Twelfth judicial district 27 RivesAn act allowing the attorney general three assistants a law clerk and a stenographer 191 E M TaylorAn act for the maintenance ofpublic levees the bill affecting only Hick man county 149 NellAn act to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquor by wholesale in a local option territory to any except a licensed retailer or wholesaler 181 BurnamAn act creatii g a bipartisan board of control ol charitable institutions 84 CombsAn act appropriat ing 10000 for the repair of the monument of Henry Clay 135 Linn An act providing state aid for free tuberculosis hospitals where erected aud maintained by private subscription 146 CombsAn act to ap propriate 65000 for the erection of a new building at the House of Reform and to pay the existing deficit 66 Newman An act appropri attng 20000 a year for two years for the erection of suitable buildings on the State Fair grounds 34 Bosworth An act to amend the constitution so as to allow the state to aid in buildings roads and to permit each county to issue ad ditional bonds for road purposes NellAn act appropriating 67000 for the benefit of the in sane asylums of the state and the Feeble Minded Institute 152 BurnamAn act oppropri ating 40000 for the State Normal and Industrial School for Colored People 166 H H SmithAn act pro viding for a subexoeriment station in eastern and one in western Kentucky and appropriating 5000 for eachi108 Landram An act to allow the reassessment of property in McLean county where the courthouse and records were burned 164 BosworthAn act appropriating 476000 f or the com pletion and maintenan ce of the new capitol and the surrounding grounds 16 DonaldsonAn acttoallow fiscal courts to appropriate money for the care and custod of court houses 37 WalkerAn act changing the bonds of public officials so as to do away with the unlimited bond 20 HoganAn act providing that adjoining property owners must share the expense of a division fence 193 CambllAu act increas ing the maximum liquor license in cities of the second class to 500 7 CombsAn act fixing the situs of personal intangible property and exempting it from taxation if the owner is not a resident of the state but has a trustee here 92 Walker An act allowing fourthclass pities to issue bonds for street improvements and prpvidwg forte construction of sewers on the teninstallment plan 254 RivesAn act appropriat ing 23000 for tile Kentucky School for the Deafat Danville 175 Watson An act reflating bed opening andclosing of treets in fourthclass cities 12 BurnamAu act creating of office of stenographer to the Govefhor at 1200 per year 41 WilhelmAct to prevent operation of poolrooms where bet ting on horseraces is carried on provides 1000 to 5000 fine also prohibits handbooks for betting on races hut excepts regularly organized racetracks from the pro visioui of the bill 32 BosworthAn act to authorize under certain conditions and restrictions the use of public highways roads and turnpikes by persons firms and corporations engaged in the manufacture trans mission and distribution of elec tricity for lighting heating and power purposes 44 Wright Act providing for two additional assistant mine inspectors and providing rules for operation ofmines with moie safety- to minersf BttODliEAD 0 B Hancouk of Louisville is here for a few days fishing Chas S Lyons and J K Wesley of Jet City are here looking alter their timber interests Dont forget the Evans Millinery Cos opening tomorrow Over 2oo hats will be on display Mr and Mrs Ben Pike have returned from a three days visit to Corbin and LivingstonChas R Pike of Knoxville Tennessee spent Monday at home John A Black will leave soon for Barboursville much to the regret of some of our fair sex Homer H Wallin and A C Kidwell of Somerset and Leb Jct were in town most of last weekMiss Ella Painter of Cin cinnati has arrivedand will spend most of the summer here with her uncle Mr Geo Ed PainterM C Albright was in PulasUi county first of week on businessCapt L C Smith of Prestonburg was shaking hands here Monday with old friends VV H Krueger ofSS Vernon was down Sunday 1 Mrs Percy Benton and daugh ter Miss Willie have returned from Crab Orchard Springs much improved in health Aunt Judith Chestnut is with her daughter Mrs F Francisco for a few daysWm Osborn has opened a kindergarten school with twenty hi attendance Hubert Barnes of Bee Lid spent from Saturday until Wed nesday with his brother here Mc BarnesDr 0 O Stone left yesterday for a weeks stay in Middlesboro Ky Cumberland Gap and TazwellTennRev A J Pike was in Boyle county first of week Robert G Wilmott Cashier of Bank of Nepton was in town Sunday Hi went from here to Williamsburg to see his sister Mrs G W Brooks who has been very sick for sometime Conn Brown worked kere in Agt Cass place while he vas in St LouisMrs L B HiL- ton was up from Stanford Thurs day to see her mother Mrs J R CassJohn Robins has added a line of Base Ball goods to his already uptodate drug store He keeps the best brand Walter Turpin has moved to the Adams house on Hill St 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 drugSDelegates to the Ninth district Republican convention were elected and instructions were given in all tairteen counties for the renomina a tion of Congressman J B Bennett For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way Tile children cannotpossibly have health unless tlie bowels are fu proper condition Cor reel any constipation by giving small laxative doses ol yegetableeugarcoated r8byrOAYIIPCOLOWIl11Xaa11 ijerIiAllGOg II We hive no eeorets Wo publish the formulas of alt our sssdlclnw Pejples tofor Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor There quickinphysician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firstclass drug store for a small sum effecItivelytain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency sour stomach bloated stomach sick headaches heartburn etc For these troubles there is no better remedy than Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin the greatherb laxative compound and among its staunchest friends arc the doe knowtheygredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take n- It often happens that at the commencement or an attack some people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but alter trying various doctors they finally take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their confi pointiswho suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was given up to die appetitesevere pains in the stomach and finally moments when he himself thought he would die Ultimately he was advised to try Dr Caldwells entirelyIadvises all sufferers from weak stomach to use it It can be had in cent and bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money is bottle today and watch results FREE TEST Iwells byIremedy as to those anyi4symptomsyet most for guaranteed cure THE So Sure as This product bears guarantee Washington DC PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg MontlctHo III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS FOR SALElf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinen over I have one that I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky R H LEWIS new line of way of line It costs Brick Phone or TAKEN to my house no January the a male hog will weigh about one hundred lbs Owner can havesame by pav ing for the keeping of the hog and for this A Y The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears or A TWENTY YEAR SENTENCE HI have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me or bleeding just twenty yeaS ago writes OS Woolever of LeRaysyille N Bucklens Arnica Salve worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25C at Chas Davis drugstore Democrats ofthe Philippines held at condemn ed the Tuft administration indorsed W J Bryan President and declared for tariff reform = i E A tag from a 10cent piece will count VuLL value A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF valuo TOBACCO with valuable tags l Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Master Workman Sailors Prldt Horse Shoe Ivy J T Spear Head Old Honesty EgiantlreBig WNTInsIeys Bridle Bit Black Bear Old Peach TennannvNaturallufCoupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons Tags French Briar PipeSO Tags Ladys Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags Leather PocketbookSO Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags 5 English Steel Razor 50 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Playing Cards30 Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags Best Steel Shears 75 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel 60 Tags merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which j to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT j WM THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo J I i =t I I I A an4complete every thing in the Household anD Kitchen Furniture a Carpefs Nlaffingte Rugs Window Shades and Lace Cdrfains J Ranges and Stoves SaIland see my before purchas fig elsewhere nothing to i 1 look CCCOXy Y Old Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky 941 97 t t upCame 12th 1908 CASTORIAFOl the- 1UJInature 6 piles Yr heals the C a convention for Pick Four EDGE for PocketbookSO Many UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county Allorders by wire promply filled W A OOX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94S P r Great S rgainSI AaaM Just baci from the city and have some of the bargains to offer the people that have ev er been oerei them in Bockcastle Dress J Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats In fact everything kept in a firstclass store i m Terms Cash and Produ And to those that owe nm you win pl Scome in and settle as I neecl the money to 1 for my goods t ACaHIATT HIATT f R KENTUC JX33f Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in1t iIvestmentt because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid ed As an investment you can compute the net returns accuFt rately Small amounts ny be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable meaUs to realize on funds that are V idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or tberM entire amount at any time With a determination to avfiyoia TT are always welcome here Why not lend your mon y fo the fi bankAs borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts i regu1aryou will call at ihe bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON r t JNCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY tttttttttttttt1ttttttttt11ttttttilttttt1tttt1ttttt1ttttt1t tt1tttttj 1 fliT VERNON DMET DO 1 3IE cTric g L Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the Company Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse tOjall points B E 111 11111111 11111 AFFORDS 3tBlElT SECURITY Folevs Honey and TJar affords pefect security from pneumonia and consumption as it cures the most obstinate coughs and colds We have nev known a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar had been taken Sold by Chas CDa vis Authoritaaive reports from over the State say the fruit crop is all right On lowland the peaches ate thinned the eorly blooming pears and cherries also On the hilltops there were harm done butI it3 UNDERTAKERSS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBAL3LKRS 311 tk Mt Vernon Ky METALIC CASKETS Coffins Robes S 5 sent A FURNISH Wti KRUfeCER PnoneS Proprietors 1111111111111111 some PRACTICAL CQUCH 11111J111111 111111 111111111111 plentyGrapesincluding strawlries wete er their untoCihed hvt hE tate freezi IMPORTAN1v1EC SION It is important that you shoul decide to take onlj Foleys Hone and Tar when you have a cough o cold as it will curethe most obsti nate racking cough and expel fh f cold from Vniir system Foley t Honey and Tar contains no harntfful drug Insist on haVing it SolFf qy Chas C Davis elicrofrom Kentucky andwill make thefthomes in Switzerland county i I r I 1 J 1fffi7 t vlT VERNON SIGNAL no MT VERNON KY April ro1908 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 JL o 11 i riASHViLtc Rn Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 southm 124 p rv 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 ntercd nt the Mt Vernon Ky Postofficc as seronds mail ratter PERSONAL W S Fish of Paint Lick was in attendance at court Mr and Mrs Booth Putcell spent Tuesday with relatives here Judge Alcprn was one of the weekrbeen in Mr W K Shugars wife and so- W n K of Stanford were visitors here SundayLancaster Record Mrs George R Hardin who use to be Miss Sallie Purcell visited her sister Mrs Shumate here this week Mrs J H Browning and hand wereiguests Mrs am Interior Journal Miss Bessie Mu llins returned Sunday from a several months stay with her brother Walter at Pagosa Springs Colo Mrs Jarvis and little son sme down from Williamsburg Iiaday and are with Judge Jarvis ksMiller hotel this week es Alice and Margarite of South Park are 1 the family of their Thompsonrc I Fields was up from Monday But few men r heartier welcome back big hearted Ikcastlelhan t t J Sparks spent part j Ik with her sisters Mrs Williamstin2 parks and family will return rvlT Vernon in next month to side L C Smith was over from gPrestonhurg this week attending courtJ He told us that his little f sorilFrank Emerson while skating on roller skates about six weeks ago fell and broke his leg but w recoverIngJ and daughter will leave tonight for Lynchburg Va Mr Martin will undergo a treatment while gone Miss I Montye will spend most of the summer with her sister Mrs 1Sandidge A Redd of Crab Orchard was here Tuesday mixing a mingling with old friends Cbarl J looks almost as young as he did thirty years ago when he was m andering the hills of his native county Rockcastle He says Mt Vernon still looks good to him Mrs Nannie Harp return Monday from California where s went two or three months ago to voin Mr Harp Unexpectedly Mr Harp who is in the Naval service Say transferred from San Francisco aid until he is permanently located hitS Harp will emain in Mt Venon VAL Co rwill adjourn next Mond TILTZSR I have just re ceiveda car oad of Lake Erie Fish Guano Ertrid f V E R ASHER Denver Colo Parker Kv Bucknens KM Mt Vernon Ky addresrof persons bearing the name of James Maret FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 100 per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per setting Mrs WI J Edmiston Mch2otf Cteb Orchard Ky FOR SALS 700 bales good timothy hay If not sold privately SaturdayAprilxr JAMES BROCK apr42t HialtKy i 1L A Sparks won his suit against W S and W C Fish The suit of the CranorSmith Lumber Co against T S Frith is now before the court FERTILIZER Just received a ear load of the Bower Fertilizer Jonas McKenzie Son FERTIUZERJ ust received a car of Horse shr e fertilizer J SMITH SOWDER OWENS 273t Brodhead Ky 13 TJ Pennington has purchased Jack Burk the restaurant in HeIwill go on a farm IThe rheumatic specialist who been at Crab Orchard fhr several weeks is now located at hopeImany who need the relief which he says he can give The Carson Plating wotks is ready to plate your old knives forks spoons etc make them look like new ones and at a very small cost Give us a trial and lot us show you what we can do- W A CARSON Mngr Mrs P P Singleton died Tues day after an illness of many months of that awful malady consumption Mrs Singleton was a daughter of the late Craig Bryant and a sister of MrsS B Ramsey The burial took place Wednesday at the Cove burying ground- EASTERNow is the time for you to get vour Easter hat from the new spring styles Mrs Cleo W Brown is ready as never before with the smartest models that are brought out this season Her selections embrace a wide range for every type of face and for every occasion 41 t Capts S D Magee and E S Leslie guards in State prison Frankfort brought Joe and Horace Norton and Levi Roberts who are serving sentences ther e for the killing of James and Harlan Arnold here Sunday to testify in behalf of Lee Norton whose case went to trial Wednesday for the shooting and wounding of Mrs Arnold widowofamefCArno1d at the same time The recent grand jury recom mended that the Fiscal court make some very necessary improvements on jail and court house such as painting both buildings repairing the roof of jail and the building of a kitchen for the jail All is very necessary and especially the latter It iVa shame that it has gone long as ithas with the present old kitchen which would hardly make a decent coal house We certainly hope the court will make no delay asin having this work done John Robins Secretary of the Rockcastle County Fair Association was in to see us yesterday and left an order for this years stationary tor the association Mr Robins says he intends to leave out his catalogues much earlier this year than it has been the custom to get them out heretofore Besides this bendtheeys Robins thee success of last years exhibition speaks the fitness of Mr for the place The dates of ti aned20h The Fiscal court met here Tues day and let a contract to the Champion Bridge Co of Wilming ton 0I fora steel bridge across Roundstone creekat Orlando The cost of the bridge complete outside of the abutments which the citizens of that section of the county have agreed to build is countayv pays contracts e n signed and the bridge is a sure go with but one single exception and that is that the citizens of Orlando and the Eastern part of the county fulfill their part of the obligation It is something that is badly need yesed and the very thing the SIGNAL yearIwe hope that nothing will be allowed to come in the way which will in the least hinder the progress of this much needed improvement During the last two or three weeks the necessity of a bridge at Orlando has been fully realized as many men who had important business here or matters in court which needed their attention were unable to get here because of the hsrh water Three cheers for the bridge across Routd stone ooer e oaeomoeooooeoooooomoeeeoseoeoeeeooo oo eoeeoe oe99 eeeeeeeeooeeoseoe 0 0 oa ess sssssses ass ess sssesessess ssasse8 e lilt oeo0000oaotcoaoaoOOe0e 006ssOvosssss ssssss assessssssss esE a Ow sQa seseiIIIe 1110Ime- eo0 Cl80 e0f9 oeo ot9 c8 IIIS e OiI 6e e J Inside 0 ooe Information O- eocp 0 Q 80 0 1How Is Your Coat Made osF ear 8 ai0 0 s i o Sf it is this picture tells you IfF 000 eo 9Iis The collar fits the neck closely The point of the shoulders standup it will inot break down or wrinkle The body of the coat hangs rightThe but 0 i tonholes will not sagThe edges will not rollupThe pockets willnot o down they are stayed iThese are only a few of the many reasons why you x should wear ao c I HIBLD BRAND CLOTHES iim 0 0 oa0e 0 eseeo008 r os EASTE R SUITS ARE HERE I 8 0G et eo0ee0oneseoou see 0 toJasJ 8 00eaQ 0 eo 0 u s Dont pay the highpriced tail u0 ors 20 or 25 for a Suit We 09sell the same Suits from 10 eo fitooe0 ec0onoee eeseses s eeesss se ss see eeeeooeosooeoooosesooooeesss Climax is figuring on a telephone line to connect with the home sysI tern via of Johnetta and Orlando NEW TELEPHONES Robt CoxI residence No 94H Er B Cox No 95 H S B Ramsey moved to residence No 698 Some Cincinnati negroes lately arrived at camp no 6 near Hazel Patch are reported to have broken out yesterday with small pox Telephone lines to Hiatt from Brodhead will be ready for business to day One Tone will be placed at Hi alls store and one at Bogue Smiths Judge James E C antrill died in Georgetown Sunday morning He gas a National figure on account of his connection with two trials of Caleb Powers on the charge of complicity in the murder of Gov Wm Goebel Springe todsome Millinery at reasonable pricees She has the goods and prices are low for the quality and beauty She knows how to make then just to suit you and in the most becoming way A thiefor set of thieves entered the store ofTonas McKenzie Son on last Friday night taking from the safe about 30 in money and one pair of shoes so for as Mr McKenzie his been able to tellI An entrance was gain through th front door by use of a chisel springing the lock which was an prdiuary night Jock Mr Mc Kenzie in closing up had failed to turn on the night lock to his safe and hence there being nothing but the day lock on it was an easy matter to enter the safe The drug storeof Chas C Davis was entered the same night als but nothing was found missing exceut 200 belonging to the baseball boys which had been left in the cash drawer Blood hounds were telegraphed for from Lexington but failed to make proper connection did not reach here until twentyfour hours after the burglary had been rn mitted and the trail was wholly unsuccesst1II L i ODi J s TIlE LEADER IN MENS WEAR PHONE 77 es s ssssse seesooooooooeooaoooeosesso e teleIIpboneschool house it appeared as though they had been tampered with See peopleIMiss Sallie Baker aged 16 AndyIdied Monday The remains were were laid to rest in the Baker burying ground Tuesday CharmingEaster is Sunday week With this fact in mind how very very important it is that every woman should have a new hat for that day Go to Mrs Cleo W Browns where the variety is so large that every one can select just the style suited to her individuality A class of eight members of Mt Vernon Chapter will visit Lebanon Commandery the latter part of this month to receive the Knight Tem plar degree J A Landrum S C Franklin Atty J W Brown Con Brown A B Furnish O V Jar ret A H Hamlin Dr Baugh Mt Vernon can boast of the most prosperous Masonic lodge in Southeastern Kentucky for which most of the credit is due to J A Landrum We understand that J P E Drum mond and H D Magee will take the Knight Templar degree at th some time Just as we go to pies- we learn that G S Griffin and John Robins have been added to the list This will be known Mt s Vernon with the Lebanon eCommandery CouRTMondayandTuesday business The case against Te Norton charged with shooting an wounding Mrs Jim Arnold at the same time her husband and son were killed was called Tuesday and both side announces ready bu as it was necessary to summon a Passeod when the following gentlemen were selected as jurors Jas Jordbn Taylor Clark Lewis McGuire Hayes Clark T A Coffey John E Griffith W A GeorgeGriffith Adams and WM Centers The jury afler being out about verdictm of confinement in the penitentiary for one year J f f iiiiiii Graves says that time has IJohn a very considerable e in his locality in the last few weeks regarding price of calves and houndpups that calves have gone up very considerably and pups are way down 50 reward will be paid by the Rockcastle Home Telephone Co for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons for molesting or tampering with its wires pales in sulators etc These offenses are punishable by a term in the Penitentiary Mt Vernon chapter R A M are preparing for a great time next Monday evening the 13th Leb anon chapter will send a team to assist in conferring the degrees Dr W C Black of Barboursville inspector will be present Two suppers will be served in lodg room One at 6 oclock an another at n appearnance should be carefully watched and every one should strive to dress well and becomingly Mrs Cleo W Browns vast array of exquisite head dress embraces all of fashions approved models Buy a beautiful hat and look well Prices are reasonable and suggest extrecharges G A RTo the members o the M M Frazier Post No 127 of Mt Vernon Ky Comrads Prot LV Dodge the department commander for the State of Ken will address the Post at the 1Court House Mcnday April 13 at wildbe present C C JoNBS Post Comdr AdJttBROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Owing to Mr McDonalds illness and the inclement weather the Sunday afternoon service was given at the dormitory instead of the school eTaesubJect of next Sundays talk will be Isaiah the Prophet and Poet The usual musical program will be rendered atThe second concert of the tern will be given this afternoon at 230 All friends sad patrons of the fo7 f0r eoo e ec Our line of Neckwear was nev er more complete than now 0 See our W ows oee 3 a se- Coo eesseseIItIItIl1 school are cordially invited The first of the pupils recitals will be given May 15 th Now is the time when the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak and lethargic when the desire for ac tivity is great but the body calls for A little more sleep a little more slumber a little more folding of the hands to sleep The only remedy worth trying is to take all the fresh air possible and to set about carrying out theplans made while we sat around the fire in Jan uary From Self Help by Samuel Smiles Dalton the chemist repudiated the notion of his being a genius attributing everything which he had accomplished to simple indus try and accumulation Jobn Hunt er said of himself My mind is ofdyet full of order and regularity and food collected with incessent indus try from the choicest of nature We have fndeed but to glance at the biographies of great men to find that the most distinguished inventors artists thinkers and workers of all kinds owe their suc cess in a great measure to their indefatigable industry hnd applica turnedaall things to goadeven time itself setfg master of your subject such mast throughtHence it happens than the men who have most moved the world have not been so much men of genius strictly so called as men of intense mediocre abilities and un tiring perseverance not so often the gifted of naturally bright and shining qualities as those who have applied themselves dilligentl to their work in whatsoever line that might lie Alas said the widow speaking to her brilliant but careless son he has not the gift of continuance Waiting i perseverance such volatile s are outstripped in the race of life by the dilligent and even the dull Che va piano va longauo e va loutano says the Italian proverb Who goes slowly goes long as- J goes far i i i i i i i i i i i i i i SPIRO The tolling cf the church bell at Freedom was heard for the first time last Sunday which called a large crowd through the rain E R Gentry is at home again having closed his school at Brod head Mr W G McKinney and t family have about recovered from v gripMrs Ellen McKinney has been very sick for the last two or jvI three weeks with something like grip and fever but we are glaa to say is some better at this time Miss Lola Owens is numbered a mong the sick this week Albert Hahn bought a fine mare from S H Martin price I35W H Owens is moving his store house across the road so as to get it out Hurleyhastack of stomache troubleJames Hayes and Saily Doan passed largedrove EGGS FOR SALES C Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cents per 15 MRS A E SHARP mch 66t Ottawa Ky PROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR ROYAL BakingPowder ABSOLUTELY PURE TAKEN upA black wale hog weignt about 100 pounds came to my place four months o Owner can have same by paying all damages and cost of advertisement JOSHUA PARRETT Mch 273t Cove Ky Black Cloud jackYyears old 15 hands and one inch high near Hiatt at 7 to insure a living colt II Season becomes due when mare is traded or parted with f uAll pains will be taken to prevent accident bu twill not bere sponsible should any occur April 8th 1968 N R L SMl1Htt 4kdr T k OOOO O O O v 9 OO That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened et Take Scotts Emttfafon iIt builds up and strengthens your entire system oItcontains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so 0to that it is easy to take and easy to digest 0ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 OOOOOO v 8 n METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN HOCKCASTLE TO BUY Dru9 tationey Ci3ar 7obaecos3 paints oil and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffy Sac DAVIS Prop c PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KI p33 3 7 iII Brodhead Ky I g Kodol for Dyspepsia has helped 1 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 received fi f rom that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy I still use a little occasionally as I find it a good blood purifier and a good ton ic My you live long and prosper Yours ery truly C N Cornell Roding Ga Aug 27 1907 Sold by Chas C Davis A procession of 50000 workmen of Rome marched through the main throu andeheld services at the cemetery where the men killed in the rioting of last Thursday was buried The President has appointed John S Leech Public Printer in the Philippines Public Printer at Washington to succeed Mr Still ings whose resignation was accept ed some time The Rev agoIfamous mountain evangelist of Kentucky died on Sanibel Island off the coast of Florida where he Iras lived in retirement for several years He became widely known as an evangelist in the mountains rofKentucky and afterward made a tour of the world Revival meet ings conducted by him were attend ed by great crowds and thousands were led by him to profess Christianity The German Reichstag adopted that section of the Governments bill which makes the jassociation German language com if 1 jpulsor at all public meetings iGeerga E Pu vis who with Henry Wattersou and Albert Roberts published the Republican 4Bsnuer at Nashville directly after the Civil War died Saturday at Pulaski i Va CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDYr AIDS NATUREi Medicines that ad nature are al ways most effectual Chamber + lains Cough remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration open the secretions and aids nature in restoring the svstem to a healthy condition Thousands have testi fied to its superior excellence 0For gale by Chas C DavisZi COMPLETE LINE t Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph phone orders Filled Robesj xpw FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres locatednear Pongo in the southern part of the countv There are 7s acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whith oak Splendid four room residence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered with two never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of loo or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Con venient to schoolhouse postoffice and ohurch and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain ft sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb 14tf Mt Vnrnon DEATH WAS ON HIS HEELS Jesse P Morris of Skipper Va had a close call in the spaing of 1906 He says An attack of pneumonin left me weak and with 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 foud 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 soc and 51 Trial bottle free They Massachusetts Supreme Court decided that sympathetic strikes for preventing an erPn lover from conducting an open shop Lundy the negro with whom Congressman Hen had an altercation on a Washington street car has filed suitagaii Si Mr Hefin for 20000 damages Mayor Heyburn of Philadelphia has issued a call fora meeting this week of the citizens permanent relief committee to devise means to relieve distress among the un employed r PLENTY OF TROUBLE is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaudice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c at Chas C Davis drug sters SHERIFFS LAND SALES By virtue of tax warrants which jssned from the Olerks office of the R ick castle Count y Court for taxes due y the hereinafter named delin quents for the year Igo8fiI will of Jt r for rule the t lowing real estate to satisfy said warrants with interest penalty and cot S rid sale will he made on the 27th day of April 1908 it being regular County Court day- Bussel Melvinn r 200 acres near Buck French tax and cost 6 30 Mullins heirs 250 acres near Jas Mullins tax and cost 481 R L McFERRON Sheriff of Rockcastle County a a HE GOT WHAT HE NEEDED Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek Ind I 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 I neededstrength I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bittt r put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under a guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc The presence of soldiers in alloway county will it is believed uosen the tongues of min who know members of the nigit rider oands that have terrorized the county aecently Nearly all of the men indicted by the grand jury at Benton Marshall county have been arrested Most of them are prominent farmers- RECEIVES CONGRATULATIONS You will soon receive the con gratulations of your frjends 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 Commence taking it to day Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALE As I am going to leave for other parts of the country I offer fit sale my farm of 80 acres with a good new 5 room house good barn good orchardand two good springs Land lavs well 21 acres of growing wheat on it Also 2 wagons i yoke of 3 year old cattle a goog much cow and calf some hogs and fanning tools all new Will sell all together or separate Will give possession ten days after sale W A TYKEE 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 and makes women welt BuwlillgGreenmuch pain from Kidney and blad der trouble until I started to me Foleys Kidney Remedy The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entirely well Sold by Chas C Davis OASTOnzAIHews Signature of M A tZhfi Mount Vernon Monumental IfflKS1 Ianufacturer Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO ENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences w IM tIron a Fence fCheaper than wood Will tart orllfetlme1 Winds tcc1204 WARr 4thCINCINNATI Cher clllopeV tact Mi S sea c L1 GEORGE OWENS lrQlr PRINTED BY REQUEST Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedime Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Krugou one ounce Compound syrup birraaril3 ihrev ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harnle s ingredients can be oit aiiied at nominal cost from our home druggists The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming backI acke Bladder weakness and Urinary trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the oack clears the urine of sediment and regulates urinal ion especial at night curing even the worst forms ofbladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not Strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescript ion at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many personsThe Scranton Pa Times was first to print this remarkable prescription in October ot Iqt6 since when all the leadingnews papers of New York Boston Philadelphia Pittsburg and other cities have made many announcements of it to their readers Kennedys Laxative Cough Syr upthe cough that tastes nearly as good as maple sugar and which children like so well to take Un like nearly all other cough remedies 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 aidat the same time allays the inflamauon Always use Ken SyrupSodThere were 147 business failures in the United States during the weekending April 2 against 286 the week previous FOR SALMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county i3d acres in cultivation So acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS Ky Tc have perfect health we must have perfect digestion and it is anydelayfeels out of order Take something at once that you know will prompt digesdonKodol for dyspepsia indigestion our stomach belching of gas and nervous headache Kodol is a natural digestant and will digest what you eat Sold bv Chas C D- avisGRIND 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 SOo KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR c o sPRICEFree II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTBED SATISPA0TOR OR MONEY BEPUNDED W r Ar CARSON PAINTER AND- WALLPAPER PAPERflASbER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed NEWS ITEMS John Mitchell former president of the Uuittd Mine Workers stated Friday that the President had offered him the appointment uf special commissioner iov study and report upon abor conditions in the Panama crtiial zine Mr Mitchell siii he coud nut accept the offer uovv ui account ot till condition of his health Ttie Populist National Convent ion at St Louis adjourned Friday aidInominating andIInd for Vice President When it was decided that would be made the nominatIonsI Minnesota delegates the The convention Rev M F Ham the Kentucky evangelist who is conducting a crusade against the racetrack and liquor traffic at New Orleans re ceived a threatening letter in which he was warned to leave the city in fortyeight hours Bank exchanges this week at all the leading cities in the United States are 2209 551 899 which is 22 4 per cent less than a year ago and 23 5 per cent under the corresponding week of i9o6 Andrew Carnegie has promised to increase his endowment of the Carnegie Foundation by an ad ditional gift of 5000000 so as to provide pensions tor professors of State universities Dispatches to the mercanti e agencies indicate further slight im provement in the volume of business and the promptness of collections although conditions are still far from satisfactory AN 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 KidneyRemedyas it conects irregularities and pre vents Brightsdisease and diabetes Sold by Chas C Davis Croppers ot Union Henderson and Webster counties are demanding twothirds of tobacco and corn trope as their shrre instead of the onehalf formerly received Night riding methods have been adopted to force compliance withthe demandIWHOOPING 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 DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty J rodhead Marble WorkfJ BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments aud Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager MYERSIM L Dentist in East Chest nut Street- LouisvilIe Ky Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until May ex C Willian1sI MT IiJOFFICE On 2cd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 C McCLBY Undertaker Embalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robesc Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky j uI 14 t elui ld CASJRIA CENTrb arakionfoM rAs ula tin HteStomarhs andlfoitelsaf 9Ma I Promoles DigestioncheeL 2atc2NOT NARGOTIC djJulOIdDtJi1MllZPlf akH iimpfir Stetl t + i rsItDaedait0crew r AAerfectRemedYforCo- nsBPajtionSourStoiuaehDiarrho a HessandLOSS OFSLEEP da TcSimite Signature q N1JEY YORR 1I 0 Guarantee un rt Food Exact Copy of Wrapper 31n ti r 1Fort J Always BoughtiIall Bears the Signatureof j Inff Ii Use JJ 1ForThirty Years CASTOIIATN J2 1 iij r e r AffV 4 1 v 1 it iThe New Store i s r Go to Carmicals forIFresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts 13PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Q Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap BakedWkinds W All goods delivered in town When Oilrwant groceries call Phone 561 W H CARfflCAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon entucky JC ylr fT rnS V SHOES l Our Spring Hue of Shoes are in and we want say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS Call and examine VVe are glad to you whether you buy or not WJ McKENZIE SON C Ev 7mNoMrs Malinda Akers of Basham Va writes HI had what doctors call prolapse and coukInt stand straight I had pain in my back and profuseDoctorscouldnt bear the thought of the knife After tak ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk around Can now do my housework and am in splendid health Cardul is a pure vegetable medicinal essence especially adapted to cure Womens diseases It regulatesirregularitiessafe pleasant and re liable remedy for all I sick women In suc cessful use for over 70 years Try it v l show FREE ADVICE Write us a letter describing all your symptoms and we send you nooga Tenn Every Drug Story in 100 Bottles I LWINE OF 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