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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rs Published Every Friday I VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KYFRIDAY APRIL 17 1908 NUMBER 30 I R i 53y Jp C ai AND TALKS LOUD Dont forget your cash j as these are cash prices H 4 daysfll 10 cent articles at cts II100 79 cts I- J 150 h iio I i MENS Iv- J Suits worth 1600 now 1300 1 I Suits worth i5oo now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now Qoog 650ISuitsI YOUTHS I r Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS 47 Suits froth 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants weref 50 cuts now 39 cents f Xv asiiotherthey las- tDont forget SKIRTS tie cashI A lot of Ladies Skirts were t 3 to qnow 150 to 250 ta great bargain V RUBBERS 9Manej efresh from the factory at cut I prices In fact everything is 20 per cent less than regular prl IA4Rugs ICOME JOHNSON O K STORE Mt Vernon Kvi LDx ccc 1 I nuut vOoiiEstablished QUAIL Geo Walker and wife of this place have moved to Stanford to make their future home much to the regret of our peopleJacob- Elder and W A Owens hae closed their singing schooLat Un ion and have organized a class at Kreiger Litc Flu county They have a large choir at that place with a good attendance The con tinned rains have set our fanners very badly behind They are fear ful they will not get out a full crop Wheat looks fine fruit prospects splendid Rev Martin Owens continues about the same Hogs are selling well in this partJacob Elder and W A Owens will soon have phones put in their homes John A Owens the htrber has a good tradeGrant Thompson one of our hustling farmers wi soon be done gathering cornMr Alex Proctor visited his brother in Pulas ki county Tuesday Tohn A ProctorCour mechanic is doing some carpentering at Eubanks W A Owens has the contract for carring the mail the next four years from Quail to Brodhead at 350 per yearMrs Sarah Taylor is very sickRev John Elder will preach at Providence th e fourth Lordsday in this month A birthday dinner was given at Aunt Louisa Reynolds Friday last in honor of her Both anniversary There were 30 present children and grandchildren A splendid dinner was preparedH G Sut ton merchant at this place is talk ing of selling out and going west The writer spent Tuesday night with Jacob ElderBen Albright was in Mt Vernon Saturday last on legal business BEE LICK The farmers are very busy now in our community since the weather has dried upMiss Lida Albright and Miss Lula Proctor were the guest of Miss Myrtle Brown Sunday lastWedding bells are soon to be heard in this partMr Eugene Brown will soon start for IndEdward Har ness has moved to his fathers dwelling near this placeWe are glad to have Edward in our cor- nmuiiitYJames Harness is think ing of going to Washington to visit his uncle We hope it will do James good to go west as he has lost his father and is not very well satisfied Walter Brown spent Saturday night the guest of P C BrownEld Martin Owens continues about as usualJ M Reynolds our hustling merchant is having a splendid trade James L wis wh has been sick for some time is im proving slowly Mrs Mary E Brown and son Pleas are going to Ind soon to visit her daughter Mrs Mollie ParsonsMrs Bell Delaney and family spent Sunday with her brother Mr Harve Brown CURED OF RHEUMATISM Mr Wm Henry ofChatanooga Teun had rheumatism in his left arm The strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles so that it was useless for work he ChamberlainsrPain Balm end wrapped the arm in flannel at night and to my re- Lief I found that the pam gradually left me and the strength returned In three weeks the rheumatism had diseppeared and has not since returned If troobled with rheumatism try a few applications o Pain Balm Yru are certain to b pleasedwith the relief wuich it af fords For sale by Chas C Davis A grass fire from a locomotive I spark is given as the cause Th property loss will probably read 15000000 belpeithousands stomache trouble This is what 5 one man says of it E C De r Witt Co Chicago gentlemen Bn 1907 I hada disease of the stomache and bowels I could not digest anything I ate and in the ofrinfa little occasionally as I find it good blood purifier and a good ton ic Mpy you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell 1 Roding Ga dug 27 1907 Sold by Chas C Davis LIY1NGSTOJN H C lee the hustling fruit drummer was n in ling with his many friends at this place last Friday We are always glad to have Harry with us as he is one of thirdIparIi LMrsdaughter Ruby in company with Mrs Reynolds two sisters Misses Lizzie and Lilian Kirby left for their parents home in California Saturday last Mr and Mrs J T Johnson are visiting in Bryantsville this week where Mrs Johnson went to at tend the wedding of her sister Miss Bower Carter Dugger one ofour operators at Perth spent the first of the week in Louisville j guess Carter is rather lonesome Ilwont tell on what accouut7Mrs Jams Davis of Knoxville Tenn returned to her home Saturday after attending the bedside of her sister Mrs E L Cockrell who has been quite SiCK but is improving at this writingMr and Mrs A Bowers were visiting relatives near Parksville Sunday and Mon dayMrs H D Magee sofa Miss Cora Wright spent from Sunday until Tuesday in Mt Vernon vis it ing Mrs Magees sister Mrs R A SparksC P Reynolds L N agent was in Louisville Saturday Hugh Stewart filled Mr Reynolds place during his absence There will be Easter services at the Presbyterian church Sunday Bro Lapsy of Danville will conduct the services Every one is cordial ly invited to attend Miss Bessie Mullins of Mt Ver non is visiting the family of Mr and Mrs Rome Adams and the Misses Pennington this week Chas Graves of Clay City tep resenting the AltonJackson Lum ber Co is here loading lumber for the above firm at CincinnatiMr- and Mrs N C Elmore are visiting in RichmondThe Livingston Fishing Club will leave the 27th for a few days outing on the banks of old Rockcastle There are ten or twelve members of this club It is not necessary to wish them a pleasant trip for we know they will have it anyway The follow lowing gentlemen were in Mt Ver non Monday Messrs J W Baker J H Dickerson Jacob Sambrook R J Lemoions C J Quiggins and iJ E Woodall They went up to be present at and to see that C H Rice Sr C H Rice Jr W B Rice J P E Drummond inobeing initiated into the mysteries of the Chapter and Council degrees in R A M I can assure you the candidates got all that was coming to them for the correspondent was one of the victims himselfand ought to know whereof he speaks We certainly had a royal time and must say that the Mt Verjon peo pie know their business when it comes to spreading their feasts and hospitality May we have the pleasure of mingling with them many times on similar occasions J H Dickerson or butcher hap pened to a very painfnl accident the other day John Pope and J E Woodall thought they would brake him from smoking by put ting powder in his pipe which they did and got too much which burned JoefCeJ Quiggins and babare visiting and friends in townW G Rivers and family fromerly of this place but who have for several Bernstadthfamily of Allen Mounce They are en route to Lancaster where they will make their future home Charlie and Willie Rice L N brakemen are at home this week Willie came to see his mother but Charlie was on his regular mission Post office inspection There will be one more mile or double track cut in today which will doublee bae many months before the double track will be complete Sinks and Corbin as they are work ing full forceMrs Geo Pope has returned from Paris Ky where ty Ji kcae8gae3ccg 4 J We sell the famous LION S ANO CLOTHING I A great reduction in price fB Now is the time to buy your Spring and Summer Suit V Mens Suits from 250 to 1500 f i Boys Suits from 65 cts to 1000 E We have just received from the city 300000 of this clothing if which will go out at a bargain g t P ozIv TIaOUSEIaS i tf are the best iWe Ihave in our store now over 5oo pair at 1 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 youhad it Phone 87 i F KRUEGER SoN Mt Vernon Kentucky r 3 3 c r crshe has been spending a few days with Mr and Mrs W T Merri mee LEVEL GUEENI We are having some nice weather at present and hope it will continue for a whtleMr Walter Debord and Miss Jennie McKennie were quietly married at the home of the bride Sunday at 1030 a m Rev James Cummins pronounced the ceremony After they were married a very fine dinner was served and at 12 oclock they started on their journey for Somer set where they will make their future home We wish them a long life and a happy journey From all appearance there is going to be another wedding in this part in the near future but we will not say who 0 J Mullins bought of John McKinney some hogs for 4 cents It seems that hogs are on the go up a littleRobertHatchervisited- Edgar Brown Sunday Victor Price was at home from Clarence Ky where he is attending school Mr and Mrs A J McKinney Mr and Mrs Harvey Owens of Freedom section visited Mr and Mrs John McKinney Sunday O H Debord and H C Jones had an old time fox chose Saturday nightMr Joe Meece has an old time log rolling SaturdayMr- an d Mrs J J Debord visited Mr and Mrs W M Bullock Sunday T Brown our hustling in surance man was at home Sunday B F Sutton has moed to the House recently vacated by Mr Grabeel near WabdMiss Vira Debord will teach the Rock Spring School this year John Shutts is not doing much sawing as his engine is too light to pull his saw C D Sutton Bro are doing a fine business at Wabd where they recently moved their storeMisses Ora Brown and Katie Price of Level Green were in Mt Vernon shopping Tuesday O J Mullins ofncattle price unknown W H Debord Bought of W T Debord some hogs at 4 cents i slttqt tttttt1ttYtttttttt tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt M Your AttentionM M E Will you give us your attention just for a mo w = ment and let us tell you that we one of H MtheDry Goods Notions Hats Shoes and Grocer E ies to be found in any country Store and much = Ew better than many of those in the towns = = Our new line of Spring Goods will soon be =o w inp= MSeew chase J J STOKES EOn mast Pork Skeggs CreekThree miles South of Mt Vernon = EP S Remember that in connection we have a gener 3 Eal blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a =specialty UllUUHUiUUUUUllUU1UUU l111UU1UlUllUUU1UUUHUUl 9t Everything seems to be on a boom in this part Wheat is looking fine for the time of yearOats are also looking fineW F Debord has rented about forty acres of pasture land from Mary J Debord price paid 25W M Bullock has rented about twenty tcres of land to sow in oats and has been plowing harrowing and sowing during the pretty weather John Thompson who is erecting a new house will soon have it completed W M Hurst is talking of building a new house in the fall 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 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 inflamat on Always use Ken SyrupSold The President has nominated Aaron M Storer to be United States Marshall for tha northern dtsUict of Mississippi COVE A Mr Black stock buyer from Madison county passed through here WednesdayMr Andy Rob bins has moved back to Skegg Creek neighborhood Mrs Ollie Bryant was the guest of Mr and Mrs Tribble Bryant at Orlando Monday and Tuesday George Bryant has put an addition to his dwelling houseC L Riddle is telegraphing at Fariston Miss Dottie Aldridge of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs Reid ProctorMr Mrs E S Owens gave a flinch party to some of the young folks last Saturday evening =Mrs J C Coffey had an attack rovingMrssection is visiting Mr W H Proctor and family Mrs Tom Eagon of Hummel was visiting relatives here first of the week Rev J W Riddle will preach at the Cove school house next Sunday afternoon CAs IX eJA IBuS the W stare eP A Have ir r t d i1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 17 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 4dve1isingrates made known on a licaiio1lI 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 County Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party Ve are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party REV GEO O BARNES The death of the Rev George O Barnes removed a figure which some years ago attracted a great deal ofattention in Kentucky and many other States and countries Opnion was much divided with reference to him but little doubt was ever entertained as to his sincerity and the labors that he performed were stupendous His last years were passed in compara tire obscurity so far as his nat State is concerned and it is f probable that the infirmaties of age retained the restless activity which f so long characterized him Mr Barnes began life as a regular V minister of the Presbyterian church His work as a missionary in India was not marked so far as is known by any departure from the standard 01 his church While stationed at Stanford after tbe war he began to give utterance to certain doctrines which were not in accord with the teachings of the church Efforts were made to get him to withhold their utterance but alter a time be broke with the church entirely and set up a freelance His first protracted meeting as an evangelist after leaving the church was at Lebanon in December 1876 he attracted great attention by the fervor of his utterances Afterward he held meet ings at a number of other pointsi and in aUuf them he decided impression and the num ber of people who professed com munion under his ministrations was very large His powers as a public speaker were extraordinary So far as orthodoxy according to the symbols of any church is concerned Mr Barnes made little pretention to it He was repotedIfrom time to time to his adherence to the systems of various teachers mostly men out side of the regular communions though Lowe of these reports may have been incorrect It was not possible however for his admires to follow him in any connected system of theology for he changed his position from time to time Tb ere were many however who befieved in the man and who wen always eager to hear him no matter what brand of thtology he was understood to favor Among the ideas of Mr Barnes was that of the faith cure and his hotne at Stanford known as the PiQ k Cottage was long the respri of people seeking relief fro na variety of diseases in prqcessiof time this was given up Whe hjp Mr Barnes changed his opinionsou this subject or not it is Certain bat the faith cure at tracted jess attention in his later xnintstratiQns His converts con nectedi themselves with various churches and some of them wi th floDetrlt is impossible to say wha prpp rtion of them re mained4jcuej to the professions whithliiejfsntde during his meetings SPTVW- Jiiifrfie V7b remembered as a ecuiiar force in the religious worlduahe J1t continuity in biS teachings will prevent his hpashIfounder of a sect or as a champion of any particulardpctrine beyond hisrittM r J is Love- a tea h ineans peculiar to him N will long be remembered as a pulpit orator f i Courier of JournalC PECULIARITIES OF TEL EPHONE AND ITS US ERS BVJ M Voices for telephone purposes arc good indifferent and Shad a bassi is clearest and travels fartherest Sheriff McFerron is credited vil the best telephone voice in tin county being perfectly clear een when talking in a low tone when others are compelled to yell to betheard a few miles Some voices make one nervous others are smoothand soothing Many talk too fast and jumble their words Members of a family speak at nearly the same rate of speech and their intonations are so similar it is often difficult distinguish them apart The letter f and s sound nearly the same when spoken over the fone that is one reason sub scnbers are askt to name figures sepaately when calling for numbers especially the fifties and sixties thus sixone 61 fiveone 51 If called straight 61 or 51 the operator will just as likely give you one as the other sounding so much alike It faciliates he service to carry out this rule a little further double one for ii tripleone in doublefive for 55 ate oneoh nine 109 dooble one five for 115 seven oh etcOn rainy days the number of calls fall off two thirds as compared to bright days It is difficult to get half the callers out on lines to understand the querry Where are you calling from They generaliy reply to the operators question by repeating the name of the parly they are calling for It has been found that the mountain people are quicker to catch on and abide by telefone instrucstr ns and directions than those of other localities Molasses catches more flies than vinegar aptly applies to telefone conditions Dont fly off the handle if things fail to move along as fast as you wish when you are using fones Those ofa nervous temperament often get poor service on account of their irratability and unreason ablenessOperators have no monopoly of the molasses supply nor a corner in vinegar nor have fone users A few minits waitat fone appears to be ten times longer than it really is Many often declare five minits to be from ore half to an hour The idea of distance is vagne with many when askt how far from a fone the party lives whom they wish sent for they often say about two hundred yards when fonud to be three quarters ofa mile On the other hand telefone stations on receiving a call for a non subscriber hav been known to report back that the distance required for a messenger to travel by messanger reaching the party called for would be a mile and a half when in fact it was not more than half a mile It appears that distance increases or decreases in the minds of the caller and messenger to suit each other and the occasion About one thirdof telefone users remember directions for getting two or more calls through in succession After finishing con versation of first call they should ring off I then wait half minit before ringing again for next call etcRegarding the five minit rule for conversations some users when time is called on them wilt declare they have not been using line more than two minutes on the other hand had they been waiting five minutes on a call they would have felt that fifteen or twenty minutes had elapst and would almost feel safe in swearing to it Macon Champion one of the men accused of being a member of the band of night riders in Cal loway county made a full confess JudgeWcllswho are not now under arrest and whose nyrnes hive been withheld The grand jury was impaneled at Murray Monday and Judge Cook instructed them to investigate the tobacco troubles and indict eserv man against whom evidence can be secured One of the jurors was challenged affidavits being pro duced to show that be had express ed himself as being in sympathy with the night riders The juror however was allowed to take his seat as a member of the jury DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills Sold ey Chas C Davis Ti ALL rORJOHNSONOG- ICALL STANDARD BEARER Of THE DEMOCRACY APPEALS TO THE VOTERS His Name and with the Great Cause Victory Is Assured to the Party of the PeopleI Why Court Defeat Friends of Governor John A Johnson of Minnesota have Issued a letter nd a pamphlet that together consti ute an address to the Democrats of the country Both make a strong appeal to Democrats everywhere to exert themselves to see that the Denver convention shall be a deliberate body that will look the field over and choose a candidate who while representing modern Democracy can win pollsj which is signed by Fred crickn Lynch treasurer of the Min nesota Democratic State Central Com mittee who has opened offices in the Grand Pacific hotel Chicago is as fol lows Dear Sir You are a Democrat and it is because you are a Democrat that this is addressed to you with the feeling that you will exert yourself to give the party one of the greatest essen tials to victory a strong and accept pre5ideucyI have and the belief la general that under the old conditions defeat Is certain For months the party has been drifting toward an autocratic convention where popular choice is to be subor dinate to personal will Minnesota Democrats feeling that party duty transcends individual terest have had the courage break away from the drift and toI GOV JOHN A JOHNSON the party a candidate who if nomi nated can carry more states than any other living Democrat and who would be practically certain of election Rebelling against the doctrine of despair we take it for granted that there is no necessity for the ravens of defeat to perch on the banners of Democracy in 190S simply because they did In 1896 1900 and 1904 Conditions industrially financially find politically are such that we have this year the opportunity of a generation to win the presidency If you and the other Democratic leaders of the country will but re spond to the invitation and the oppor 0e10Ifrom the blighting tradition of defeat and rehabilitate the party and the na tion by a great political victory next still ample time to see that enough delegates are elected to the Denver convention to make that a deliberative Democratic body that will give the party new hope and new inspi ration and a winning candidate To this end we solicit your cooperation and will heartily welcome and con sider any suggestions you may offer Let Us Try to Win In view of the foregoing is It not the duty of every loyal Democrat de siring his partys success if it can be had without the sacrifice of principle to take judicious and comprehensive thought of the situation and exert himself to see that the delegates to the national convention at Denver July 7 shall go there unfettered by the dead hand of the past and prepared to consider calmly the political outlook and the chances of Democratic suc cess and then with cool and careful judgment select a nominee who can winThis is a Democratic year If the Democrats of the nation will but make It postpone all hope of success rind the beginning of the restoration of Democratic control for another four years Did Away with Passes In one of his merges Gov John pon saidHI the public officers are not adequately compensated now for their services fix the compensation to such an extent as to make It reasonable compensation and do away with the possibility of any officer becoming a beneficiary of the favor of corporations and by reason of gratuities being placed under some obligation to the corporation which extends the courtesy And urge most earnestly the early enactment of a law which will forever abolish the system in Minnesota And It was done A TWENTY YEAR SENTENCE I have just completed twenty byBucklenscured me of bleeding piles just tweuty years ago writes O S Woolever of LeRavsville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25C at Chas C Davis drug stor- eOLE1SffONEYA2wTAR fH cIi1grsmi tafe cwr Jf9 1fH- i1r h r elOlfdPfi jacki15 hands and one inch high near Hiatt at7 to insure a living CDt- Season becomes due when mare is traded or parted with All pains will be taken to pre vent accident but will not be responsible shioudany occur April 8th 1908- R L SMITH Phone in residence Hiatt Kyi No 101 NiCASTORAFor Infants and The Kind You Have CliildrenI Bears the- irnaturo of The name 01 ouv unarlie E Hughes was presented to the Re publican party as a candid tte for the nomination for President by the Republican party of New York in convention An effort to have the State Convention demand th t all district delegates vote for Gov Hughes until a nomination was made was defeated after a sharp debate The platform relates almost exclusively 11 Na a issuesand besiles warmly indors ing President Roosevelts Administration favors tariff revision the main enadce of the policy of pro tection and legislation looking to a more elastic currency BeacL Hargis charged with the murder of his father Judge James Hrrgis was refused ball after hearing before Judge Adams which lasted two days at JacV son Hargis entered and templed to prove a selfdefense Two wit nesses testified that they saw Julgp Hutats hoke and beat tbe son who Shot him Senator Foraker in a speeih before the Baltimore A M E Conference in Washington declared his opposition to a lily white Re oublican party and saidnew parties would be organized if the rights of the colored voter were not considered The question he said would be settled at the Chicago Convention TAKEN upCarne to my bouse no January the 12th 1908 a malt hog will weigh about one hundre lbs Owner can have same by pav ing for the keeping of the hog am for this advertisement EMMETT TREADWAY Amid the destruction an army oj ghouls and looters appeared on the scene requiring 3000 soldiers and 300 U S Marines to only partial protect the stricken seople and their property For Thin PoorBloodYou tested 60 years Sixty years ofexperience think of that Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doIltaPills while taking the Sarsaparilla fA Kido J C Ayor Co Lowell mIIAlso manucturcra or lJerS IIAGUE hcvc no secrets Wo publish the formulas of all our medicines Who Will Be- President This is a presidential 3 ear and every man must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJournaI Henry Waterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it developeOne Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that paper and the Mt Vernon Signal Both one year for 1 50 If you will give or sendyour order to this paperNot the Courier Journal DAILY COURIERJOURNAL 600 a year SUNRAY COURIERJOURNAL 8200 a year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper j iJP w a A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels begivenpills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medi cine be used that contains a narcotic It is well for mothers to remember morecffectiveCaldweUsSyrup youngpeoples manytonicsystemevery way Among the thousands who are using Dr olMayfleidher baby regularly and that she would not be longtimeMothers will find this an invaluable remedy dyspepsialJver andbowelsand by its use a home cure at very little cost is easily brought about Children are often troubled with skin eases are backward in school lose weight and- od not care to eat or play when all t is really thatDrseehowuseIncent oottle has often restored an entire family FREE TESTThose to try Syrup Petals bull homebyaddressln thosewhoGenUestyetTHEPUBLICprOductbears COt III Sld by CHAfc C DAVIS FOR SALEIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one tbat I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky R H LEWIS ecetary Root and Ambassador Bryce Saturday signed two treaties negotiated recently between the Unite States and Great Britai One pnvides for a commission tc determine the boundary between the United States and Canada anc the other regulates fishing in tht great lakes and contiguous streams Tiredmothers 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 drugSold Mount Vernon Monum8ntal- WO R KSI 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and allIon applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences rzat3i Iron wood Will last lifetime lault liAise Ii LfJwART p CINCINNATI O utalo4ue S V la sea us GEORGE OWENS Propr UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled- Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire promply filled W A OOX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94S 2r f Ar l o1tb lttin l 1Nrllsnew thing in the way of Household ann Kitchen Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs Window Shades and Lace Curtains Ranges and Stoves Call and see my line before purchas ing elsewhere It costs nothing to i look O OIOXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 IOJ iirt rgin Ii Il 1m J IIuster been offered them in Rockcastle Dress UGoods Clothing Men and Womens lIlts In Ifact everything kept in a firstclass store K ITefmseash and P oducaI And to those that owe nib you will please come in and settle as I need the money to pay for my goods A Cg HIATT II V if HIATT KENTUCKJ3sx rConvenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent in iMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid t investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account otTers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you Y TIare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts f regularyou will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY 33 3K l tttttjttttttttttttttttttt Jlttttttttt tttt t1ttt11t1tltt1 4 E I MmVERNON DMET CD 1 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND EMBALMERS bs- Mt Vernon Ky 3 POUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of E work for the company = Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points ABFURNISHWVH KRUECER 3 3rllU1UU1UllUl11U1Ul1Ul111111U1Ul111111111Ul111UUllUl11il11 I 1 J t raw = dt JfrDL MTVERNON SIGNAL I171908i79 Call up No 79 wlieryou wart to Com municrate with SIGNAL 79 Gw6 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 34o a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South122oa m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice tSh r as secondciiK nail n tte- rr11tSOi1AL Albert Hiralin is in Tennessee this week Dr R W Dvche was in Crab Orchard Sunday- E B Cox and Jonas McKenzie were in Louisville this week buying spring goods John Gentry spent first of the week with his parents Mr and Mrs H C Gentrv Hon W A B Davis was in Tennesse first of the week visiting his son S N Davis Dr W C Black Royal Arch Inspector was here Monday to meet with the local Chapter- C D Sutton spent most of the week in Luoisville buying goods for his store at Level Green Barbee McAfee cashier Pine Knot Banking Co was here Mon eay to attend the meeting of the Royal Arch Chapter W M Hurst was in from Level Green yesterday Rockcastle does not possess better citizens or a better man than Will Hurst Atty C C Williams went to Pineville Wednesday afternoon where the case against Charlie Cooper was called for trial yester dayLee Proctor who has been very sick tor some time and was com pelled to give up temporarily his position at Langford was able to come to town yesterday Emmet Hansel has resigned his position with Sparks Davis and accepted a place with the L N in charge of an extra gang with headquarters at Mitcbels burg He will move his family to that point in a few days Tames Proctor who has been located at McHenry Ky for several months past came in home last night in a very critical con dition Jim is a splendid boy and we legret very much to see him in his present condition ILOCAL The Christian church is being papered and painted W A Carson and Roy Britton are doing the work EGGS FOR SALES C Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cents per 15 MRS A E SHARP mch 66t Ottawa Ky Mrs Mollie Brock of Copper Creek who use to be Miss Mollie Floyd of the Hiatt section died Sunday morning Circuit Clerk J F Griffin and A J Fish have just completed the sheriffs books for this year which are considered one of the hest set of books ever gotten up in tne county FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 4100 per setting Mallard duck t eggs 100 per setting Mrs W J Edmiston Mch2otf Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I will sell at once at private sale the following 2 v bedroom suits i davenport i small table i wardrobe 1 dining table and i refrigeraterIMRS E HANSEL V Mt Vernon Ky V FOR SALE Having gone out of i the mill business I have for sale at a bargain one left handed saw rig two circular saws good edgers and belts All complete Address R L McFERRON Apr t73t Mt Vernou Ky V On account of his health Wool ford Adams under sentence for 18 yters in the pen for the murder of William Hayes has been ordered taken to London awaiting the de cision of his appeal for a new hear t lug Y r uitfvo 0 U Bring your old knives forks and spoons to the Mt Vernon Plating Work if you want them made to look almost new at a very small cost Rev Sipple of London Methodist Evangelist was here Tuesday Rev Sipple will organize a Metho Ldist church at this place and preach here once a month in the future We would advise every patron theIthose interested in the free schools to fully understand its provisions Lee Norton who was given one year in the pen for shooting and wounding Mrs Arnold was granted a new trial because of an error in the instructions by two words being left out by the stenographer in copying Our monument man George Owens is reaching for and wide lie has two large jobs to go to Tennessee and one to Virginia George knows his business and is able to give the people just what they want Monda night was a glorious event in the history of the Ml Vernon Royal Arch Chapter A degree team was present from Lei anon to assist in the work There were between fifty and seventv five members from various parts f the county present The Council which was recently organizedat this place was recruited with eighteen additions on that night There will be 18 from this count go to Lebanon to take the Com maudery the last of this month Mr J D Hamm of the Glades section of the county tells a most remarkable story of himself some thing that very few men have ever been able to say He is now 68 years oldand was never sick in his life that is to the extent of preventing him from going about his usual business has not taken a dose of medicine in forty years never had the tooth ache or head ache and to day has every tooth in his head as sound as they were fifty years ago Mr Hamm attributes his splendid health largely to the fact that he never eats any thing for supper except corn bread milk and butter and has not for many years and never eats any thing between meals CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court adjourned Monday More business was disposed of than any other court held in many years The Judge let the attorneys know at the very outset that there would be no dragging and there was none The suit of The CranorSmith Lumber Co against T S Frith for 1500 resulted in a judgement for 300 for Frith who presented a counter claim for 2000 The case will be appealed Grover Allen charged with bigamy was given three years in the pen Allen from the fact presentedwas innocent of having committed any violation as it was his understanding that his suit for divorce had gone through and sam been granted several weeks before he married the second timeffhe Judge and Commonwealths At torney have asked the Governor to grant a pardon which under the circumstances should as we believe will be granted O P Bostic was given judgement against Fritz Krueger for 125 Mr Henry Beaty of Walnut Grove Pulaski county was here Saturday looking out a location for his flour and grist mill Albright Beaty was the style of the firm until recently when Mr Beaty purchased the onehalf interest of his partner Mr Albright There is only one thing in the way as we understand preventing Mr Beaty from ready decision to lo cate in Mt Vernon and that is a suitable location and a little encouragement on the part of Mt Vernon citizens as evidence of their welcome of such an enterprise The lot belonging to Mr D IT Williams just back of W M Poynters store because of water is the only suit able location This lot can b bought at a reasonable price and i the town will present the lot we have every assurance that the enterprise will be a go something Mt Vernon has long since needed A later report says that most of the money has been subscribed to pay for mill seat and that work erecting buildin will he commenced at once as Mr Betty expects to close down at Walnut Grove the- Ist day of May f ese eso c e ose s e Jaoeo es ess fV JII 0 aoo eQ ceoos e 8rT1WeYs eotrtoo oQr11uQ0oee 0JICOG 09 cese eCJ 800If101 0fIoe- 8ft oe 1 oocae 008 9 ooe eee 011 e nee as3S2 R AJ W iwMsBS 1r Ih t T j Jilif t t 1 i 5t5151 a a lii 1 JI I t t i t1 ae ttzSer eee o e e J I QOO Iooorsssessesseessssssassss assssesassssssassssssss assess ssssssSsesesseosa esssssasesetasssessi o STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER i I t SHIELD BRAND CLOTHES v HansfordIKytion to his store room and will carry a more complete line than ever before I now have a nice line of Ladies and Childrens Hats We can suit all ages and complex- Ion We also have a nice line of men and boys clothing- I can furnish you corn to be ground at either ofmy mills on Saturday at market prices for cash If you have not got the corn bring your sack and come on to mill W M BULLOCK Hansford Ky BllODHEAJ Misses Alza and Susie Thompson and Miss Uta Hutcheson were down from Mt Vernon Monday shopping and fishingMiss Rhoda Evans has returned home after spending a few days here the guest of Miss Maude WatsonBarbee McAfee cashier of Pine Knot Bank ing Co at Pine Knot was here Monday to see his sister Mrs J W HutcheonRev Carter of Lexington is here holding a revival at the Methodist church Everyone should hear him as it will possibly do you some good He is a very able preacher Mrs W H Evans of Lebanon attended the Evans Millinery Cos opening here last SaturdayHomer Wray mgr for the East Tennessee Tele phone Co was in our city Tuesday nightR L Collier the Crab Orchard Pole man was here first of the weekon businessMiss Cora Sigman entertained quite a few of her friends last Friday evening with a leap year party John Robins and Rev A J Pike attend ed the chapter meeting at Mt nightMisf s six weeks visit to friends and relatives in Stanford and Danville Mrs M E Willmott has returned home after spending four weeks in Williamsburg the guest other daughter Mrs G W Brooks typhoidding the week with his father W T Brooks at ShepberdsvilleMrsI F Francisco r On I Display F Selling Every Day A mammothstock of Clothing and Shoes just from the city A suit or part ofa suit for man or lit tle man to suit any kind of person or purse Come and See Well do the Best Furnishings toon big stock especially selected for our Spring trade Too many good things to tell you about herecome in and well show you MENS and YOUNG MENS SUITS 700 1000 1200 1500 and S1SQO Boys Knee Pant Suits SI SO to Sii L p THE LEADING HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTER FOR MEN AND BOYS STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER assesseessssssssssssssssesese sssssseesssesesesssessesl 0000000list is some better at this we are glad to sayMrs writingI Brooks accompained her Mrs M E Wilmott home trom Williamsburg We are glad to see Mrs Brooks able to be out again Miss Elizabeth Tharp has returned from a several days visit to Mrs L B Hilton at Stanford Mrs J H Hilton and son Willard were up from Stanford to see Mrs Hiltons lather J E Wood yardMr and Mrs J Thomas Cbeny were in Louisville last week purchasing goodsDr W E Graveley was in Louisville last Friday shoppingDr O O Stone has returned froth aweeks stay with parents at Tazwell Tenn Mrs Laura B Cable is numbered with our sick this weekM L Sullivan of Williamsburg was here Tuesday and Wednesday visiting his fatheriniaw F Francisco Me Barnes is la id up with rheuma tismMessrs J W and H H Hutcheson were in Xeniu Ohio last week on businessOwen Cass visited his sister MrsB Hilton at Stanford first of weekClevee Brooks and Mart home from Lily SuudayRev Smith of Williston filled his regu lar appointment at the Baptist church last Sunday a m and p m M C Albright is in Pulaski county this week on business Capt and Mrs W H Evans spent last Sunday in the country rwIN MEMORY Mrs Altie Sayers formerly Miss Altie Owens wife of Sam Sayers died on Tuesday the las day of March Sur rounded by loved ones the spirit of dear AI tie took its flight into the great beyond She was only twenty five years and a few days old when she died she was loved bj all who knew her Her enemies were few Six weeks ago she was taken with a severe hemorage of the lungs and all that loving hands kind friends and physicians could do couldnt conquer that awful disease con sumption She was a noble Christian woman had been married only fifteen short months The husband is almost prostrated with grief and I f think if ever two people loved and enjoyed life together it was these two but one hope and con solation Sam is you can go to her for we all know that she is at rest as she told us all she was not afraid to die We know there is a place in your heart whieh can never be filled as it once was you can only say it was Gods will that she was taken from you and Sam do as you promised her you will meet her in heaven where parting comes no more She is now with loved ones waiting and watching for you She was an Orphan her father and mother both having died when she was a very small child Her Grandfather Dock Owens raised her She was always a sweet gentle and loving child and Sam while your heart is almost broken with grief and pain there are others whose hearts are weeping and whose eyes are filled with tears for her After a very nice and beautiful talk by Bro G E Painter Altie was laid to rest in the old Sayers burying ground to await the resurrection morn We should all try to live as Bro Painter told us and try to live such a life as Altie has lived and when we come to die we may be sure of a bright and shining crown in heaven Thou art gone dear Altie And we missed thee from our home But we know thou art with angles In a bright and heavenly home aunttMRS SOPHIA OWENS BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR EASTER 1 Orchestra Air 10M oppari Flowtow Miss Smith Leila Mae Lovell Mr McDonald Eber Mullins 2 Hymn Coronation Holden Congregation 3 Responsive Reading Psalm XCVI 4 Gloria 5 Prayer 6 Song Christ isRisen Disc off Mr McDonald 7 Violin Andantr Religiosbl Thome 8 Hymn HermasHavergalCongregation 9 Piano selectionMiss TO DuetIn His hands are all the corners of the earth Schnecker Miss Smith and Mr McDonald n Scripture Reading Mathew XXVIII 12 TalkThe Resurrection 13 SongMy Redeemer and my Lord Buck Miss Smith 14 Hymn Pleyel Congregation Miss Florence Allen daughterof Senator alien of Utah will play Miss Smiths accompaniments and otherwise assist in the service Everyone is invited Miss Allens musical lectures will be given Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 230 The concert last Friday was the best ever given by the school Part I was devoted to Schubert Mr McDonald opening the pro gram with a short sketch of the life of the composer Baritone soprano violin end piano solos fol lowed illustrating scope of Schu berts work Part II was miscellaneous Mr McDonalds Fan taisie was well written and well rendered Miss Smiths vocal vio lin and piano numbers showed un usual ability versatility and pow er of concentration A meeting of the Democratic Committee of the Seuenth con gressional district has been called to change the date of the primary 1 Campbell Cantrill charged that May 12 had bean selected to give W P Kimball the Congressman an advantage in the race and the committee will select a new date late in the summer It is probable that other candidates will enter the race DECISIONVIt is important that you should decide to take only Foleys Honey and Tar when you have a cough or cold as it will cure the most obsti nate racking cough andexpel the cold from your system Foleys- Honey and Tar contains no harmful drug Insist on having it Sold qy Chas C Davis ie e e o o 00 e0o e CnstIIIcoe ITi e J o w SSo eo e0 s Io7f- s LtlIe V s r 1 tteo Vol 8 e 110e81 aorr 1egees o eoo 0 trI e UJ Il se LLJ eon t o o e tI1 8011 00 e e 0 ee doe mo 0e o o eo S S S Os0e 00 The flames in East Boston gained headway when they struck the big tanks of the Standard Oil Com pany where millions of gallons of oilare stored In a vain effort to stop them the U S Marines brought out cannon and bombarded the tanks emptying all the oil in streams into the harbor This spread over the water and ignited giving the appearance of the whole harbor ablaze Presibentj Roosevelt in vetoing a bill granting the privilege of building a dam in a navigable stream said that an end should be byCongressbridge and dam streams and that Congress should put a time limit on all such grants and arrange for a reasonable charge The homes of 30000 people in the finest suburbs of Boston are in ruins Miles of buildings were injuredThefed by an angry gale which defied all resistance spread to East Boston and Charlestown AFFORDS PERFECT SECURITY Folevs Honey and Tar affords pefect security from pneumonia and consumption as it cures the most obstinate coughs and colds We have never known a sinle instance of a cold resulting in pnoumonia after Foleys Aoney and Tar had been taken Sold by Chas C Da v s r AlPW AKIII POWDERAbsolutely The only baking powdr made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No AluM Na Limo Phosphf C l J f J U = tr fJf r oJ 7n i jOOO OOOOOOOO OOO OOO tThat hacking coughcontinues IT Because your system is exhausted and tOt your powers of resistance weakened tCI Take Scoffer Emulsion 9 It builds up and strengthens your entire system 0ItcontaiasCodLiver Oil and Hypophosphites so JL I easy to take and easy to digest 0DRUGGISTS AND 100 f 3ooooooo o i611YY7ri METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY rugp Stationey jigar3 Tobaccos pain 01 and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffy SC DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KI 3CP I GRANVILLE OWENS I IUNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I 4vrvv r OhI FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS IQUEEN CRESCENT VIA ROUTE II I Winter Tourist TicketsOn For iafomatloa and list of hotels address i B C KING C P 8 T A 111 Mala Lexlagton Ky V LAND SALES By virtue of tax warrants which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle County Court for taxes due by the hereinafter named delin quents for the year iqoSDI will of fer 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 n 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 Sheriff of Rockcastle County HE GOT WHAT HE NEEDED Nine years ago it looked as if my time bad come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek IndII was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I needed strength I had one foot in the grave but Elec trio Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under a guarantee nt Cbas C Davis drug store Soc A disasterous fire at Va which started in a tobacco factory owntd by W G Dunning ton a heavy buyer of Kentucky tobacco is laid at the door ofagents of Kentucky night riders though no evidence to sustain the charge has been produced A WOMAN TELLS HOW TO REUBVE RHEUMATIC PAINS I have been a great sufferer from that dreadtnl disease rheumatism for a number of years 1 have tried many medicine but never got much relief from any of them until two years ago when IbonghtI a bottlt of Eulm 1 found relies before I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying it and soon felt like la different woman Through my ad vioe many of my friends have tried it and cantell you how wonderful it has wrkedMrs Sarsh A Vole 1408 New et 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 Chas C Davis r LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail or Telephone orders Filledr E WITH 0 UT- CHANGE a SHERIFFS McFERRON recommended Lynchburg COMPLETE Telegraph Promptly Sale November 1st Returning May 31st 190711 Sr A big CUt or a little cut small scratches or buises or big ones are healed quickly by DeWitts Carbo lized Witch Hazel Salve It is es pecially good for piles Get De Witts Sold by Chas C Davis FARM FOR SALE nearIPongo in the southern part of the countv There are 75 acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whith oak Splendid four room lesidence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmith shop Well watered with two never failing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Convenient to school house postoffice and ohurch and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb i4tf Mt Vnrnon DEATH WAS ON HIS HEELS Jesse P Morris of Skipper Va had a close call in the spaing of lgo6 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 ins mediately and after taking two and a half bottles Itvas 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 hoc and i Trial bottle free The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past welt shows that the banks hold 43265675 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This isan increase of 25 5 375 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week PLENTY OF TROUBLE is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it ard headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaudice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable puririers that do the wok without grinding or griping 200 at Chas C Davis drug sters OASTOAA Wgna et J Bora I ri SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT WORK How TO PLANT In planting trees several things must be remembered First the holes should be dug deep and larger than the roots which are to occupy then and partly filled with secondiinthe root hairs which absorb the moisture have been destroyed In order to preserve the balance between root and top the latter must he severely pruned Other wise the tree will probably die Third a transplanted tree needs an inordinate amount of water and should be thoroughly soaked about the roots frequently for several weeks until new root hairs cm ba developed Fourth the ground about the roots should be cultivated occasionally the first year to a depth of several inches This prevents the soil from drying out too deeply yet compels the roots togo v deeply to secure a proper amount of moisture Mulching with grass or straw is also to be recommendedThe principles should be applied to shrubs and vines also and if these points are observed closely failure can hardly occur Pei ennials need to be planted in large holes filled with good earth Soil in which a considerable amount ofvegetable mold or rotted manure has been incorporated gives best results The loots should be set a couple inches below the surface and well watered after planting In winter a coat of well rotted manure should he placed over them to prevent excessive freezing and thawing This tends also to en rich the soil Seeds require good soP deeply spaded and care must be taken not to sow them too deep Fine seeds like Poppy Petunia etc need merely to be sprinkled on the surface with a little fine earth sprinkled over them They should be spiinklei with water at intervals till they germinate The larger seeds as Sweet Peas Four Oclocks Sunflours etc should be placed from one to three inches below the surface and watered thoroughly- By following the foregoing in structions even the novice at plant ting should be able to secure mos gratifying results The good hick would result from the systematic planting of trees shru bs and flowers in all the grounds of our rural schools can scarcely be esti mated certainly not over estimated CHARLES ALBERT SCHULL Transylvania University RECEIVES CONGRATULATIONS You will soon receive the congratulations 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 Commence taking it to day Sold by Chas C Davis Judge Stout in his charge to the grand jury at Frankfort called at tention to the rumors of bribery during the session of the Legislation 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 orchard and two good springs Land lays well 21 acres ofgrowing wheat on it Also 2 wagons i yoke of 3 year old cattle a goog milch cow and calf some hogs and farming tools all new Will sell all together or separate Will give possession ten days after sale W A Kv LeoC Thurian wno was hanged at Norfolk Va Friday left a sealed statement which proved to be a confession that he murdered Walter P Dolsen in cold blood A COMMON MISTAKE Many women mistake kidney and bladder troubles for some irregularities peculiar to the sex Fo leys Kidney Remedy corrects ir regularities and makes women well Miss Carrie Harden Bowling Green gyy writes I suffered much pain from Kidney and blad der trouble until I started to usp Foleys Kidney Remedy The first bottle gave me great relief and af ter taking the second bottle I was entirely well Sold by Chas C Davis A ASKS US TA PRINT IT To relieve the worst form c f Rheumatismatake a teaspoo ful f the lollowing mixture after each meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion ore half ounce Compound Kargon one ojnce Compouud Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces These harmless ingredients can be obtained ftorn our home drug gists and are easily mixed by shaking them well tlJa bottle Re lie l IS generally felt from the first lew doses This prescription state a well known authority in a Cleveland morning paper forces the clogged up inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poison ous waste master and uric acid wuich causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not ouly the most painful and tortious disease but dangerous to life this simple recipe willno doubt be gaeatly valued b many sufferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief It is said that a person who would take this prescription regularly a dose or two duly or even a few times a week would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce iudeed aud when you neeu it you want it badly Our druggist here say they will either supply these ingredIents or make the mixture ready to take if any of our readers so prefer CHAMBERLAIN S COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE Medicines that ad nature are al ways most effectual Chamber lains Cough remedy acts ou this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration open the secretions and aids nature in restoring tne system to a health condition Thousands have testi fled to its superior excellence For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 80 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 promptlytion There is nothing better than Kodol for dyspepsia indigestion sour stomach belching of gas and nervous headache Kodol is a natural digestant and will digest what you eat Sold bv Cbas C Da- visORZNO 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 stomach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price boo IILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR cOUCHS oLDs Thai PBTCII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUABANTEED SATISFAOTOB OB MONEY REFUNDED W A CARSON f PAINTER AN- DPAPERHANtrER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed f BIBLE RIDDLE jIIn the beginning God made man out of the dust but thought it best to make rile first so he made my body perfect and complete without hands so il or feet so he did mv ways and acts control for Iwas made without a s ul then Adam gave my name to me suid from his presence I withdrew no more ever knew I did my makers laws obty andnever iron them went astraj so He something good in me did see auda put living soul in meI long since He took that soul from me now I am as I first was made without hands soul or feet yet my bodys complete I travel now both night and day thousands of miles- I run in fear but seldom to man poleIhappiness Isever shallsee to heaven above I never shall go or to the grave or hell below the scripture I cannot believe right- or wrong I cant conceive althonor in them my name is found thty are to me an empty sound I now say to all that have my history Read go search the scriptures and oflmehave none this is my riddle and theIREV B S DAVAULT 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 corrects irregularities and pre vents Brigbts disease and diabetes Sold by Chas C Davis The General Council at Hopkins ville has revoked the franchise of the Cumberlaud Telephone Com pany which claims its rights under an old franchise granted the East Tennessee Telephone Company Long litigation is expected to follow Foluys Orino Laxative is best for women and children Its mild action and pleasant tate makes it preferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Cures constipation Sold bv Chas Davis K E Crossfield of I Mercer county received a letter signed N R ordering him to leave the State in ten days He is a member ot the Burley Tobacco Society 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 D B NTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty J rodhead Marble Workf3 BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRiGfaT Manager M L MYERSDentist in East Chestnut Street- Lcuistille KY Will be in Mt Vernon once ai month until May CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT I OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given tocollectionsPhone S- oUndertaker de McGLBY Embalmer Com leteLINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone ed promptly attandII Stanfordk tie Tr III i1 IIIII II wi the lingflieSlamarhsattdllourlsof- Promotes DigestionclteerfuV a ness and RestContains neItl1i O OpiltmMo hire norNillCral NOT NARCOTIC Z1PhrPeofOldl PI Seed Alra as fdleSdirt vnaIadany fWo t FacSimile Signature or slyNEW YORK iiuarantee un rt eFood Exact Copy of Wrapper CASEIFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the Signatureof In lIB Use For Over IThirty Year- sCASTORIA If TNt VV3 3eacgQiC 3 W rc The New Storew Mii a rGo to Carmicals for = Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefst ak and Meats of all kinds m All goy in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 W H CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon entucky tW CccC- r L S J A yr tJ r7W ft i a SHOES v1 hurSpring line of Shoes are in and we want say that there is no place in the county1i where you can find a better assortment more W oursrLADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW OUTSri Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or no- tMcKENZIEJ SON rNo Operation writesIstand straight I had pain in my back and profuseDoctorsI taking around Can now do my housework and am in splendid health Cardui 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 ree The noo I At Every Drug Story in 100 Bottles I LWINE Of LL Bought IWrtte CAR 0 U 11