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Published Friday uouEstablished 5 VOLUME XXI MT VERNON IIOOKC ASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 1 1908 NUJ1 plc 3 s I s i neAND FTALKS LOUD y your cash asthese are cash whpricesFor the next 30 days I wil sell all 10 cent articles at 7 cts A2J is- cIQCIS t 50 u i t- U 39cts i f100 ia N CtSm I50 s iioth MENS t Suits worth 1600 now 1300T T O Suits worth 1500 now I2oof 4 Suits worth 1200 now lr oioof i Suits worth 800 now 6T 650 Suits worth 750 now fi 550 r I YOUTHS t 400AI CHILDRENS5 P Suits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were iSO cents now 39 cents 1 Prices on Shoes the same asf Bother goods Come while they lastk11 v Dont forget the Cash ri I l SKIRTS A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to 4now 150 to 250 Ha iLJI RUBBERS I A fine lot of new Rubbers 1 Afresh from the factory at cut M prices In fact everything is I J 20 per cent less than regular Mprice y i A lot of Linnlium C and IftG TJOHNSON- O O K STORE Mt Vernon Kyl t r LITLNdSTOiN The following gentlemen are spending the week up the river fishing J P E Drummond J E Woodall Bert WhiteheadIRice Jr W B Walter Rice and R G Hampton of Lebanon JunCtionVbile attending church Monday evening Mrs J H browning ws taken a very severe neuralgia pain ar the heart and it was thonght for some time that she could not survive the attack but she is much better at present Mrs E L Cockrel is improving very very slowly She hay been in a erycriticalcondition for some weeksMrs Susie Mullins in forms us that her mother Mrs Mabala Carson is very low at the hone of her son Steve Carson ere she is visiting in Jellioo Blown of Mt Vernon is teegraphing at Sinks for a week in Mr Bowers place while that gentleman and his family are visit ing in Parksville We are sure thatall who know Mr Bowers will dutymissTint Lear the nstling grocery drummer was here again this week We are of the opinion that there are greater attractions heie lor Tint than that ofselling groceries J W Baker will go to Louisville erchandise to lay in a new supply of W O Dilly Train Master on e Louisville Dh isicn of the L N was here on business Wedne day lastH RWade dispatcher was in Lexington a few days the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs Jewis are visiting in Richmond this weekMrs Katie Ma hHIeveDjievenina g conducted by Bro ampbel Come out and hear himlrs Ed Quinn and children are visiting her patents Mr and Mrs J B H ayesMrsc- zhos Nora Jenicins and little Son are visiting relative in Louisville and Greafensburg Ky Mrs W W Wright is in Stan today Thursday shopping L H Davis and J H are spending a week of Roc cas le fishing Burton who has for some months past been in bad health has taken his bed and is verysickA Pennington Jr has been sick f several days but is able to resun e againIRow of Knoxville TennJwere in town Tuesday anTednesday Joseph Mink L N brakeman from Paris stopped over in town Wednesday on his way from Pineville Ky where had been visiting his parents heI Miss Cora Wright left Monday r Parksville where she wellenter p Browrivateagent at East Bernstadt was down Saturday evening shaking hands with his many friendsOur bos are beginning to talk base ball and we cant see why they dont put their talk into execution and organize We have excellent material this season and all that is needed is hard practice and confidence toI make perfect So boys lets atJC together and organize and give our town the honor of having the w ning team of this season Th is nothing more enjoyable tha nice game ofbalII presume editor is either satisfied with the new Livingston corrsepondentor is very sympathetic one as he has not consigned any of the past letters to the wastebasket which fact the correspondent is pleased to note 0 IT REACHED THE SPOT ownlargeand is president ot the Adams County Telephone Co as well as ofPikeNew DiscoveryhIt saved my didItvery ellofmy cough when everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches cough spot it heals tbe sore st id the weak spots id throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee SocI OTJAJL In loving lUwmbranLe of Rev Martin this 4ditlon thatIwas no He was 85 years 3 months and 24 days of age He was in good whenIa almost speechless- He had been a minister of the gospel for 58 years and was a member of the Church of Christ He has baptized 2000 people and has married 415 couples during his ministry He was married three times his fiirst was to Miss Arthusa Williams May 16th 1844 Unto that union were born seven children of whom four are living his second who was Miss Helen Moore married Feb 20th 1865 and unto that union were born five children ofwhom four are living his third marriage to Mrs Elizabeth Watson May igth 1878 She passed into that great beyond Jan 7th 1908 This community has lost a good upright and able citizens He was a mason of Woodstock lodge No 639 May the dear oneS have the heIIu D are and may hearIgood and laithful servant enter thou into the joys o thy lord And let this dear one Mho has gone before be as a beacon light placed in the windows o heaven to guide their footsteps upward and onward until at last they reach that happy home where partings sickness and death come no morerA usjtsnoneA1A place is vacant in our Home fi114dsa on Melvin Owens GOOD WORDS FOR CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities RemedyMrs youontaros Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this ren e v whenever she has had a cold side Aboutoa ful cold myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon das well as ever This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis THE MERRY WIDOW Its The Merry Widdow this And The Merry Widow that kissIdancerplaysnglance Its The Merry Widow dinner And The Merry Widow waltz Its The Merry Widow sinner With The Merry Widow faults I have a Merry Widow wife And Merry Widow brat I have a Merry Widow knife And a Merry Widow cat have a Merry Widow auto car tootinhimresuitntheAnd if I die tomorrow Why let them play real loud The Merry Widow waltzsong For the Merry Widow crowd St LouisChronicle THE WORLDS BEST CLIMATE r is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fever prevail issaencountered to a greater or less ToibiliousnessIfgreat and blood purifier the antidote for every iorm of bodily weakness nervous res and insomnia Sold under drugpotsOA Ip 0RBean tI Signature A KM liars Atari We sell the famous i j LION BRAND CLOTHING I A great reduction in price j Now is the time buy your Spring and Summer Suit 00i j We have just received from the city 300000 of this cloth j ing which will go out at a bargain j PlaOGIaESSIVE TJaOUSEIaS are the iWe bastIhave in our to 5 They are made out of the best goods money can buy and are made fit With this large assortment we can fit anyone also suit him in price youfJ i 87ft i i M i iiifW ti Ff RUE G ER 5 SoN Mt Vernon Kentucky i333C3r WILDIE The farmers of this section are very busy planting cornSabbath school was re organized Sunday all this place with Mr Marion Chas teen as Superintendent Mr Henry Brannamn had a bee swarm Sunday but they took flight and left Several from this section were in Mt Vernon Saturday to at tend the Convention Jesse Dalton has typhoid fever Mrs Bettie Wood visited her daughter Mrs James Brooks at Johnetta TuesdayDr Willie Jones was home Louisville for a few days visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Williams or Orlando were the guests of Mr aud Mrs Marion Chasteen Saturday and SundayUncle Harrison Brannaman and wife visited tbe family of Mr Henry Branna man SundayThere will be serv vices at the Christian church here Sunday conducted by Rev Winkle of Berea Mr and Mrs Wm Manus were called to Dudley Tuesday to attend the bedside of their sister Mrs Sarah Mason who is reported in a serious conditionDr W D Las well was called to Berea Saturday to assist Drs Conlev and Davis per form an operation on Tom Barnett for abcess of the lungJack Las well was at Wildie Saturday Mrs Mary Chasteen and little daughter Ruth vjsited relatives at Berea Sunday Judge Colyer the dry goos man was in our town TuesdayDr Las well reports his mother as being quite sickMr Jake Anington is numbered with the sick at this time CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED One who suffers from chronic ruanyILaxative cures constipa tion as it aids digestion and stimu restoriugtheCommence taking it today and you FoleysOrinoor gripe and is pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas 0 Davis 4a 1 LnLMI Iy Ocr to to from tttttttttTttyttt tJtttttttttttttttttt w E Some Goods Af Cost I w Will offer some goods at Cost if Will sell Mens Suits at Cost Will sell Mens Underwear at Cost tjz Will sell Mens Dress Shirts at Cost = = Will sell Ladies Skirts at Cost 91 = And other articles too numerous to mention 3 w Doing this to make room for my Spring and Sum 2 mer line which will be in soon = 1 J Ju STOKES Ip On Bast Pork Skeggs Creekw Three miles South of Mt Vernon w Ep S Remember that in connection we have a gener = repairingw a S5 UUIl1U1U1U1U1UUlUlI1I1UUl Ul1UUlUlUIIIJUlUUUlIIIIIIII ADJOINING COUNTIES Richmond is to have a tree delivery the service going into effect today Federal Court is in session at RichmondThe that Berea is the only school in the South that does not draw the color line ma compel the college to move from Kentucky to Cincinnati as recent decisions of the Kentucky courts have declared that white and black scholars shall not be educatedin the same institution remarks the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune There will be no tears shed when it bids Keutucky adieu It is a de moralizing evesore which ought long since to have been made to move on Frankfprt Journal E A Chilton has made a contract to run the Big Laurel County Fair this year and is now busily engaged figuring on attractions for that event The dates will be August 25 26 27 and 28London Sentinel t I V When the baby icross and bas willfindwell known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a shot t time The ingredients are bottleContainsChas C Davis- Attorneys Headley Yost and Laffoon who have been engaged to defend the men under indictment at Murray on the charge of night riding have forwarded an affidavit to Judge Cook requesting a con theyhaveno time to prepare the case for trial Three townships of Johnson county Indwere swept by a tornado The damage fe estimated at 50000 One person was hurt SERIOUS RESULTS FEARED resultsfromand consumption starts wIthacold Foleys Honey and Tar orI MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May i 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON HARAEYHELM 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 Q T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announc- FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate fo County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party THE time having passed for any oneelse to enter the race for the Democratic nomination for Con gress in the Eighth district it is now the duty of the Committee to declare the Hon Harvey Helm the nominee For several reasons we are glad to see the certificate of nomination thus handed over The herd fought battle for the first nomination his splendid efforts and glorious sucess in the final race and the untiring efforts in behalf of bis constituents entitle- him to such honor and distinction With the Tall Sycamore to lead in the fight for Democratic supremacy in the Eighth this tall we can not only look forward for a grand and glorious victory for himself but also an unprecedented victory for that chief of cheiftains the Hon William Jennings Bryan who is certain to be the leader of the Democratic forces in the great struggle which is soon to come AN easy way to get money t inherit it says ont of the wise guys That may be one easy way but not the only one Another is to get elected to the Legislature and then join with other members in passing a law doubling your salary That is what some of the Ken tacky Legislature wanted done Somebody in that august body secured thepassage of a bill to increase their pay to 10 per day Grafting is being reduced to a fine art 0 temporal O mores exclaimed Cicero and so says very lover of right and justice todayEx POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Vermont Republicans selected an uninstructed delegation to the Chicago convention John W Yerkes has written a letter urging the Republicans of Kentucky to stand by Fairbanks Arkansas and West Virginia Republicans will hold Sjate con ventions this week Taft is certain of the instructions in Arkansas The Republican State Central Committee of Oregon unanimously indorsed the candidacy of Secretary Taft for the nomination for Presi dentGov WilLion named John B Atkinson Andrew Cowan and J JWr Porter to represent Kentucky f at the conference of Governors int Washington The Senate Committee on Pen sious has increased the House pension appriation bill 12000060 to carry out the provisions of the widows pension bill Woodson May a good democrat and clever gentleman of Somerset has announced for State Central Committeeman from his district We hope he will be given the honorThe Republicans of Pennsylvania t in convention at Harrisburg aieaffirmed the action taken last year In indorsing Senator Philander C Knox for the presidential nomi ration For the first time in the history of the United States the Governors of all the States will meet Together when onMav i President Rome welt will call to order the con ference arranged by him Eachj bYjilree The Mississipoi Republican St titf Convention at Jackson Wednesday ejected Taft deegates The For aker element was shut out but held a seperate convention naming delegates and instructing them for Foraker The Board of Prison Commissioners gave out a lenghty statement in reply to the statement issued several days ago by Georg P Chinn who was recently removed ac Warden The board deiiie that convicts were cruelly heater and that the contrac ing firm practically dictates the tnanagemerr of the prison Mr Chinos re moval is saidto have became necessary because of his failure to enforce proper discipline Eli H Brown also issued a personal statement in reply to the attack made on him by Mr Chinn Judge Lewis McQuown chair man of the Democratic State Com mittee will issue a call for a meeting of the State Committe to meet in about a week The com mittee probably will meet in Frankfort and at that time will select a time and place for holding Mcegeneralropinion that the precincts should hold conventions say on Saturday and the delegate from the precincts meet in a county convention to be held the following Tuesday to select delegates to the State Convention NEWS ITEMS The Interstate Commerce Com mission has ruled that there must be no discrimination intbe furnish ing of coal cars for compiercial and railroad fuel purposes The Democrats of Texas will SaturdaysThe anliBuiley men are making a hard fight and both factions are victorycMrs William J Bryan reached New York Tuesday on her way home from a tour in Europe She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs Ruth Bryan Leavitt and Mrs Leavitts children Twentyone members of the crew ofthe British cruiser Gladiator including Lieu William G P oof the sinking of the warship by th e American liner St Paul A joint resolution prodding for the relief ot the sufferers from tli recent cyclone in Alabama Georgia Mississippi and Louisiana w is introduced in the House by Mr Bowers of Mississippi fit is rumored in the city ofi Mexico that disquieting new has been received from Guatemala and that a special meeting of th Mexican Cabinet has been calle to discuss Central American affairs Ten men have been arrested on the charge of conspiracy to intimi CenterFurSnace ar rests were made in Trigg by county officers and Gen Williams troops served one warrant in Lyon county Two other warrants are yet to be served Because of a severe cold which- has confined him to his home Senator Warner did not resume his speech in the Brownsville affray in the Senate yesterday A request for leave to print brought fourth objections and Mr Varners speech will now be read by some colleague and in that manner com pletedThere is no lack of sympathy fo the farmers in their contest with the Tobacco Trust They have a perfectly good case The point some of them miss is that night riding is no cure for any of the evils from which they suffer but that in tIaggravate concom1 ditions of which they j1stly plain Outlawry never vet helped any cause Soon or late the outlaws themselves forget their original purpose and strike out blindly from sheer force of habit and had advisement Too often criminals take advantage of the situation fortheir own ends Thus bad men and worse whisky appear upon the scene and play their part Disaster can only come from such agencies to the interest sought to oWlardlyThrough these ot only Is Kentucky brought to blush but the farmers are put in for cone lle1casenal f H Cold wither la prevailing It Northern Texas and the Panhandle Snew fell yesterday in Witchita countyIsnow towns where the climate usually is very mild such as Milan and Perugia The long dronth which had seriously affected the crops in Cuba has been broken The rains are now b coming general Secretary Taft denies the story that he will resign from the Cabinet immediately if nominatedat Chicago and that Gcv Magoon wwld succeed him The deih list of the Southern tornadoes has increased to 368 It may reach 400 About 1200 persons were painfully or seriously injured Fortysix towns were homeilessAt the Paper Trust hearing heft e the Special Howe Committee Mr John Norris produced the annual report of the International Paper Company which shows that while the cot of making paper has increased 6 cants a ton the telling price has been raised 12 Warrants for twelve white men employed at the iron works at Center Furnace in Trigg county were swotn out at Cadiz The men are charged with banding together to drive negroes in the employ of the work away from the community Gen Williams with sixteen militiamen is camped near Center Furnace PERSONAL- If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at one not risk having Brights 1discos or diabetes Dela givesJ the disease a strong foothold and you should notdela5 taking Foleys Kidney Remedy Sold by Chas C Davis FA113I FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres located near Pongo in the southern part of the countv There are 75 acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whith oak Splendid four room residence with necessary Good store room and blacksmithshop Well watered with two never fail iig wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bonnnry under good fence Con venient to school house postoffice pointCfor a good country store au blacksmith shop A bargain i sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb i4tf Mt Vernon Guaranteed OureI ford uons fl p mpai ii After watching results for sixteen years during which time many millions oflettersPepsinvariousdiseasesels such as chronic constipation dys flatulencyguarIBnteewells Syrup PePsin does not do what is claimed for it- For sixteen years this remedy has been reo combtheseplseasC5theplertMr Alston Boyntpn L T considers Dr toniconyou for It and Ido not know of Mrstandwouldothers have written to the same erect Caldrstylisdruggist and get a 50 cent or bottle Take it YOUwillllndIt works ontbartiopowdersorpillsand torn It is safe to say that you will like it foralaxativeweak peoplo because of its gentle action rThose ie try byaeCresstnz GenUestyetthoswhoTHEPUBUCproductbearsPEPSIH SYRUP 19 QaFdwcH Bldrj mlonicello lit Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISUNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Jfearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire promply filled WACOX IMtVerraonh Confidence when eating that your food is of highest wholsomenessthat it has nothing in it that can injure or repastdoubly youhave RoxIJaIcinfPowder The only baking powder made TartarIIThere can be no comforting confi pawI alum or alum salts remains in in the food 1reClnet Mass Convention At a meeting of ihe Republican County Committee of Rockcas tle county Ky held at Mt Vernon on the 25th day of April 1908 at the hour of z oclock p in which was called for the purpose of ordering the election of precinct committeemen in the various voting precinctsof said county the following order was made to wit It is ordered by the Committee that the Republicans of the va rious voting precincts of Rockcastle county shall on the t2nd day of May 1908 at the hour of 1 oclock pm meet in mass conventions at the polling places in their respective votingprecinctsfor the pur pose of electing a Republican Precinct Committeeman in each of such voting precincts for the ensuing four years Said mass con rvention shaltfor purposes of said election be organized by being first called to order by the present precinct committeeman the first thing in order being the election of temporary chairman and sec retary of tjie mass convention af er which thenomination and election ofa precinct chairman will be in order which when done will I complete the business of the convention and then it shall adjourn sine die It is further ordered that if the regular precinct chair meetingt to order any republican thesbusiness as hereinbefore set out After the passing ofsaid order the committee adjourned sine die Given under our hard as Chairman and Secretary of the Re publican County CommUtee of Ro castle County Ky this the 25th day of April 1908 B J BETHURUM CHAIRMAN A G LOVELL SECRETAkY CASTOSLAFor Infants and Children ihs Kind You Have Always Bough IBears the of d7 It is a pity to see a person neglec indications of kidney or blaride trouble that may result in Bright disease when Foleys Kidne Remedy will correct irregularitit and strengthen these organs Tats FoleyV Kidney Rnn d st Mi fir sign of danger j Sold by Chas I Davis FOR SALRIf you are lookiuj 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 LEwIsI Wj WEBSTER5 INTERNATIONAL l JijDICTIONARY and tho tho cn tion Dictionary Fictionlfovr Oa ct hicaiDictionaryacs Greek tact Lean U1nOIl =d taiion3iinsmeorcAbbreviations Metric Syntbzn CCCoIaces nooo iiu8tmtonBt- Hoyiq yea tnr EUII c3ati rIt7lrper Ultwns II trH Illnatretioni CJokfr3i Mass J i k SPRAINS QUICKLY CURED Bathe the parts freely with Chamberlains Pain Balm and give hem absolute rest and a quick ure is certain For sfle by Chins I Davis ount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished m application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences r 8 fizf- tIrQfjttFence 1IIARr TRONI4NPAF It 7Oru GEORGE HV I 1ProprI hat- Furniture 4I A I Yes indeed anything ip Household and Kitchen Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks SuitCases I Ranges and Stoves Also a nice line of Jardoneers and Flower- Pots Cive us a call and see what we have c1ccoxUd Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 z j Sre t Bargains l UtIll1er been offered them in Rockcastle DressrClothing Men and Womens Hats In ill jGoodseverything kept in a firstclass store ITermsCash and Produce i And to those that owe nib you will please payilA C HIATTm fHIATT KENTUCKY iIaccount offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are W idle awaitjng investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount atany time With a determination to save you HTare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the S bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts X regulayyou will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VER NON1 INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY Entnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnttnn1nHn nnn tnn t TTt w IiT VERNON DflSHET CD PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 33 w FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBALMKRS b =8 Mt Vernon Ky 3 COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company E Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all poin- ts1A 2s B FURNISH W H KRiUECER 3 E Pnone Proprietors 37l1111Ul111 l111UlU1UU1Ul111111Ul1Ul111UU1U1U1UU111UUl111 1 MTVERNONSIGNAL MT VERNON KY May t 1908 79Call up No 79 when wavrtto Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 LouisviLue NASHVILLE R RCo TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 am 23 south T 124 pro 21 South 1220 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondpnss mail matter PERSONAL James Proctor is reported better this week Dr end Mrs M L Myers are expected to return toMt Vernon next week W A Carson and Clay Gentry are at Livingston painting and paper hanging for Dr Childress George Wash Baker is proving himself splendid salesman and is selling clothing in endless quanti ties Dr F Baugh A B Furnish and James M ret went to Lebanon yesterday to take the Knights Templar degree Miss Clara Kennedy of Okla homa will arrive soon to visit her sister Mrs M C WilliamsSom erset Journal- Dr W A Jones spent yesterday here the guest of his cousin W H Fish Dr Jones will get his sheep skin in June Mrs W M Poynter returned Wednesday from a several days visit to her daughter Mrs Thomp son near Crab Orchard Mrs Carmical and daughter Mrs Nannie Harp have returned from a several days visit to her daughter Mrs Soward at Barboursville- Mr Joshua Boreing was up from Livingston and reported a case of small pox in the town Bud Anderson being the victim Mrs Ina Miller has tee n suffer ing from a severe cold for several days being so severe that she has hen unable to speak above a whisper Mr and Mrs R L Collier are stopping at the Miller house this vvfeek Mr Collier has reached a distance beyond Mt Vernon distributing poles for the new telephone line- S T Proctor and Earnie Herrin have just completed two cottages for R B Mnllins on Adams street They will be back in two or three weeks to commence another building for Mr Mullins on West Main street LOCAL Sparks Davis expect to have their quarry at No i tunnel in running order bv or before Jnne i At 7 oclock on yesterday morn ing a heavy snow began fallingand continued for more than two hours The Willing Workers want you to eat supper at the Court house tomorrow Saturday evening Proceeds go for benefit of church P FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 190 per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per setting Mrs W J Edmiston Mch2o tf Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE Having gone out of the mill business I have for sale at abargain one left handed saw rig two circular saws good edgtrs and belts All complete Address R L McFERRON Apr t73t Mt Vernou Ky- WANTEDWe want two of three men in each county to place and advertisecatalogues our FAMILY SUPPLY UNION DEPARTMENT 1800 per week salary with opportunity for extra commission Permanent positions Address LAKE CITY WHOLESALE CO 453 West 63rd St Chicago III Ice Cream Parlor open from 2 to ii p m on Tuesdays Thurs days and Saturdays Also ope- nYllll day Sunday Bring yoursweet 4 heart and come and enjov the nice cream arid cake made by Mrs Wilmoth Foure and daughters f Will also make cream in larger quantities when ordered J M FOURE Livingston Ky The depot at MulMns Station day broken into and robbed Sun day night No trace of the vtheif has as yet been found Buy your hot supper at the Dutch Market tomorrow Call for what you wash and pay for what you get At Courthouse from 5 togEat your supper at court house tomorrow eveiing The ladies are doing this work to raise money for necessary repairs on church building and it is the duty of the men to patronize them in their laudable efforts Judge L W Bethurum wone for Republican State Central Com mitteeman carrying every county in the Eighth district except Garrard and Anderson and those counties go uninstructed A de serving compliment fo the Judge V R Beck who was formerly connected with the Lillard drug store of this city has taken a position in the United States mail service running on the Southern between Danville and Lexington He still owns his store atVersatles Advocate John Mullins colored a son of old Uncle George Mullins came down from Bertha yesterday to see his father Wt always have great respect for the colored man who tries to be a man fulfills his prom ises and tries to accomplish something for himself and family Such can be said of John Mullins and we are glad to know that he has been successful in accumulating a reas onably good portion of this worlds goods SHOOTING AFFRAY On last Saturday exdeputy sheriff D G Clark andNElza Langford met in the law office of Judge L W Bethur um and resumed hostilities which have existed between them for sev eral months As to how the troub le started we shall not attempt to detail except that several months ago they had a slight difference at a church near Orlando later they met at Orlando and each emptied his pistol at the other Langford receiving a slight wound in the arm Friends interceded and both parties agreed to let the past be the past and to stop all hostilities which it was hoped by everyone would be carried out as both men are not afraid and each has al strong following But unfortunately they met and but little prov cation being necessary the trouble was renewed Langford falling seriously wounded oneshot taking effect in the head another in the shoulder and another in the arm however the one iu the head is the consefuenceLagford to be mortally wounded was as soon as possible taken to the jail residence no one that he could live but a few hOunLJeing uncon scious and from therange of the bullet it was known that the same had entered the brain or a part of it as the bullet split and onehalf sIstancefrom the Pennington Infirmary London rode into town jt st a few moments after the trouble occurred Knowing hjs reputation as a surgeon Dock Langforda brother of the wounded man at once called him to see his brother A consultation was held with the local physicians and it was decided that without an operation death was sure with it there was one chance out of many against him for recovery At 8 oclock the operation was begun and before 12 oclock the patient was thoroughly at himself resting fairly well and the physicians felt sureof his recovery notwithstanding the fact that he had lost more than two ounces of his brain that one half of a bullet from a 38 S VI revolver had gone two inches iuto his brain and had been taken out and that a dozen or more fragments fromItensely with his head most of the time and is very restless at times yet each day shows slight improve ments and the physicians believe that he will be able to pull through although there are many chances against him- Should Langford recover it will certainly make Dr Pennington who has always made surgery a specialty an enviable reputation in this cduntv Clark at once surrenderedand was under guard until Monday when he was reka ed on bond of 2ooo His examining trial rsset for tomorrow week e e 0 0 e 0 0000000000e c O AAaiAAAA- AS esvSJ oA A a 00 eerwwr r f s o o 0 ClIIa e j e g t e AO e eA A 00 eAe 1QQ oeAY o CDt oe fV A fI008 0oeo ooa raw f1 i rT tII 0eoees all Lt Cf 1oo OZ moo A fVI- to tIoI 00 oo oAloA- oA Gill A Cf 0 oeA e OOAycC 0 oA E eA The Republican Convention which met here Saturday seemed to be a most harmonious gathering If there were any Hughs or Fair banks men present they kept perfectly quiet giving Taft the unqualified instructions of the county Rev B S Davault says that his neighbor and friend J A Stokes had a most remarkable snake killing experience a few days ago that with two shots he killed IT snakes and wounded another and going a short distance found another which he killed with a club Mr Davault did not say what kind of a gun was used whether rifle pistol or shotgun TELEFONE NOTES Telefone companies will shortly serve notice that fone will be removed from places on toll and party lines where persons persist in listening in andrubbernecking and holding receiver off the hook thereby causing confusion annoyance and delaying business over the wires When a receiver is off the hook it is nearly impossible to ring through On some lines children seem to make a plaything of the fone Parents should see that this is not done Subscribers out on line should take notice and be governed accordingly looking well to their own interests etc Sheriff R L McFerron and Deputy G S Griffin took Callie Mullins Charlie King and Grover Allen to the pen Tuesday Mullins sent for striking A Pennington with brass knucks King for killing a young man by the name of Young and Allen charged with bigamy Allen on reaching Frankfort was taken to the Governors office where he found awaiting him the most precious and most highly appreciated present he has or will ever receive a full and complete pardon and on Wed nesday night returned to his home in this county in company with the sheriffs who had taken him away the night before not as a prisoner but asa free citizen While in a legal sense young Allen may have been guilty ot the charge yet in a moral sense he was not g sree- him a free man again i t Inoooogoooeo 000 e J 0000000 00eos oeeeoe soooeooosoooooeooooossssaososooAlAtHi t1iAAAiiitlfACAAOAA6A cc 8 jR STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER j 1tJ a0SHIELD BRANAoa HArJ cii f I if V r Display t Selling Every Day 4ShoesA suit or part ofa suit for man or lit tIe man to suit any kind of person or purse Comp and See Wal1 do tote R est Furnishings tooa big stockespecially selected for our Spying trade Too many good things to tell you about herecome in and well show you MENS and YOUNG MENS SUITS 700 1000 1200 150 and SlSoo Doys Knee Pant Suits SlBOto SG ri J rlJ s e J r THE LEADING HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTER FOR MEN AND BOYS r z mkRBRAND SHOES ARE BETTER IIeeseeeqesep0110eeeeg5ssssee000eseea9oseNOSeeesooeo6oee0 0 0 e e Rev A J Pike has been calledj as pastor of the Baptist this place J Mr S H Martin is in receipt slElmerstating that Dell Houk next to the youngest son of Mr and Mrs L T Honk is down with what is known as quick consumption and is rapidly sinking Six weeks age he was the picture of health Mr L T Houk added a post script to the same letter stating that there had lately been several deaths from this same disease and that as soon as he could wind up hte affairs he would leave that place Mr Houks oldest son died only a few years ago of consumption but of a different form One of the successtul farmers of the county was heard to make this remark a few days agoliThe farmers have come to a realization of the fact that more attention to the farm is the thing needed in Rockcasfle but before we farmers can possibly make tiny considerable showing or be able to realize the proper reward for our labors there must be some improvement of the county roads to that when the crops are ready for market they can be delivered ata reasonable cost The author of the above statement is one of the most successful farmers in the county and bad roads says he is the greatest draw back to the farming industry as well as every other enI terprise The Stanford Drug Co partly Wednesday1M out the interest of Mr J A Walden The business will now be known as the New Stanford Drug Cot and Messrs Harris and W K Shugars propose to make it an up to date drug store in every particular Besides adding new lines and replenishing the present stock they will have the storeroom worked on plate glass windows will be put in and many others im provements will be made These gentleman are originally from Lancaster but each married Lincoln county girls and have decided to settle down in the peSt town on tie mapiInterior Journal a j f i 0 Judge L W Bethurum Jailer 0 V Jarrett and Contractor Neal Parrett were in London last week inspecting the new jail recently erectedat that place getting plans etc for the new additions which are soon to be jailthere Jail on J M Foure for all kinds of fresh paints oils and varnishes also a great bargain in all kinds of staple and fancy groceries sold at reduced prices for cash within the next 30 days J M FOURE Livingston Ky Mr Edmonds of Alabama who with his wife and baby have been here several days visiting Mrs Edmons parents Mr and Mrs Lp T Welch is certainly an artist as a sign painter Qqite a nnmbei of the merchants one of the banks and some of the professional lmen have had their old signs removed and new ones put in their places all of which are a i The most striking examples of his skill are the told fishes on Fishs windows and the watch sign for SC Franklin which is the work of ait and something that only the most skillful artist is able to produce DeWitts Little Early Riserslire small safe sure and gentle little pills Sold by Chas C Davis Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Shrsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frequent cause of bad blood a sluggish liver cousdpatton 1oionow substances are then absorbed the blood Kfecpilio bowels open with Ayers Pllls IAJradeb7T manntcturera Ayer Co eUMs I s VIOQRI We have no Bwnretal We publish the tormulaeiotali ourMedloUM iq Deputy Sheriff A H Parrett of Jackson county came over last Saturday and summoned a special venire of forty men to appear be fore the ackson Circuit Court Monday in the case of Babe Sloan chargedwith the burning of the store belonging to a man by the name of Isaac From the number the following gentlemen were chosen as jurors J W Marler W M Sowder MinkiW 0 SOe eGO A L1 toie0fA forat AOe VJIcto floe ssA- cfe ZfJo QtiJJ 11OnoSOn Fla so0s eeo AOepsi v ve Aoe 4100tTt A00tII 111 Ao VJ 0trfLJJeAoSr1eAko A5 A e SAeOo 0 50S S AeA SeeAez erson M C Sowder W H Brown and W M Arnold Sr The other gentlemen returned to their homes in this county Tues day thoroughly delighted with their trip and very extravagant in their praise of the cordial manner in which they were received and treated while there by the citizens ofIJudge Faulkner and the county of ficials who tendered every courtesy possible to the Rockcastle delegation 9o0ot It makes them plump rosy active happy oItcontains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites Glycerine to make fat blood and bone oand so put together that it is easily digested 0 folk oALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND SlOO O O ooooooaCe4 eQlOtQIOOOOOO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Dig Stationey Gigarp Tobacco p paint Oil and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffg SC DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERiAKERI tJ I Brodhead Ky I j COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and JRobes All Mail Telegraph or Tele tphone orders Promptly Filled t J iofiOi Yr hthstENTJiusiAswF CANDIDACY OF GOVERNOR JOHN SON ORINGS NW HOPE jf PROBABILITY OF WINNING Party Lrders See In the Man from Minnesota an Unusual for Victory at the ChanceI in N berIChicago At the ters in the Grand Pacific hotel there are signs of satisfaction with the turn the presidential nomination contest is taking in the Democratic party As the Johnson mangers see it the action of the New York state Democratic convention and that of the Michigan Democratic state central committee marked a sig nificant change in the contest From now on said F B Lynch who is in charge of the Johnson campaign you will hear much similar news From now on people who read the papers will know that there is a lively con test on goodnatured though it shall be so far as we are concerned for the Democratic nomination at Denver The two official actions of latel refer to the course taken by the New York state convention and the Michigan state committee are merely indica tons of what is going on beneath the surface The fact is the rank and file of the party are waking up to the opportunity the Johnson candidacy af fords They are beginning to reflect on what a good thing victory next November would be and to consider that with a new candidate like Johnson it Is not only possible but probable The Iews of the action of the Michigan state central committee was a surprise but none the less pleasing on tlat account It was all the more a surprise because of the fact that we have done no active work in Michi gan and supposed of course that the state central committee would indorse Bryan and Campau We had received many encouraging letters from that state but did not believe that the party lenders would refuse an indorse ment to Bryan and Campau In this state which has been so friendly to them in the past Another thing that is significant Is that although we have made no eff9rt whatever to organize in Illinois quite a number of counties are electing un instructed delegates to the Springfield convention and in all such cases fail ure to instruct means that the dele gates are favorably inclined toward Gov Johnson The popular response we are receiving in Illinois shows us that had we been in the field a few months earlier this state could easily have been lined up for Mr Johnson We are receiving a perfect deluge of letters from all parts of the state and largely from friends and supporters of Col Bryan who believe that the time has come for a new candidate Scores of letters are being received at the Johnson headquarters from Bryan Democrats In all sections c the country While as much attached to Col Bryan as ever the writers feel that it would not be wise to nominate him a third time A typical letter Is the following from W N Bremer a prominent lum ber dealer at Niles 0 I reply to you as a Democrat I have talked of and pondered over this presidential election many times and have found that John A Johnson is the man needed to lead us to success I have worked hard for Bryan in his last campaigns and fell with him I am now out for John A Johnson We can win if he is nominated I will talk with our delegate here and urge him for Johnson I have told him Bryan cant win even if nominated I have quit politics for the past three years but will go to work for J A J For if we nominate him he will surely be elected I will stay by him until the last vote is counted in November Trust me with any political worK you may offer me for his success SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO NONE Surrender of government functions to private corporations under guise of protecting the national welfare cannot much longer receive the sanction of an Intelligent people who believe the government was instituted for the protection of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness As long as government is the fountain of spe clal privileges powerful inter ests will dominate legislation law will be dictated by the cor rupt lobby corporations will control legislators and even judges and executives will be tray their trusts As long as the law of the land is made the source of corporate dividends the campaign contributions of corporate interests will control political conventions and the party machine for the nomina tlon and election of It5 candidates and our socalled public cervants will be private agents for the public undoing There is just one remedy for official brib ery and campaign corruption and that Is to remove the mo tive by cutting off all government grants of special privilege The enforced guaranty of equal rights to all will free the party rganlzation from corporate grasp and restore it to the com mon people GOV JOHN A JOHNSON When you tomk of Indigestion think of Kodol for it is without doubt the only piepreatJon that completely digests a I classes of food And that is v bat you need when you have irdigestion or stomach stouhle something that will act promptly hit thoooughly something that will pet rght at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stomach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol It ispleasant to take It fs gold by Qhas C Davis JjL WHEN WEALTH GEYtlNG BECOMES A CRIME Personally would rath be able to write a book that would live a hundred years than be able to amass wealth that would enable those who inherit it to live for generations in luxury and yet the amassing of wealth may be of vast industrial serv ice to the country and to those who seek honest work and wealth getting beomes a crime when the man obtains it by the sale of all his finer in stincts by the sacrifice of hlsIcharacter by the violation the nations laws and by trespass upon the rights of others to the pursuit of liberty and happi ness It Is this spirit and not theIgree of success The highest victories may be what the world calls failures 1clQv JOHN A JOHNSON THINGS LOOK DIFFERENT Washington Begins to See the Prob ability of Gov Johnsons Nomination Washington D CWell informed political observers who survey the country from Washington have noted a wonderful change In the campaign for the Democratic nomination at Den ver within the last week No so very long ago it was takea for granted that Col Bryan would be nominated with practically no opposition today it is a question whether he will be nomin ated at all Gov Johnson of Minne sota has loomed up as the man be tween whom and Col Bryan the con vention at Denver will have to choose Gray of Delaware Olney of Massachu setts and Harmon of Ohio are no longer considered in the running In deed the suddenness in which the Minnesota man has come to the front is almost dramatic Reports pouring into Washington from all parts of thp country indi cate that the Johnson men have made wonderful progress largely without noise or publicity In sections of the country where they were not supposed to be at work at all As the situation stands today practically all of the New England all of the eastern states and a large portion of the southern states will send John son or what is the same thing prac tically uninstructed delegates to Den ver Friends of Col Bryan were somewhat perturbed over reports drifting into Washington regarding such states as Utah Colorado Oregon Montana Washington Michigan and Kentucky Reports are also coming In that a tremendous Johnson sent ment is appearing in Missouri and a largenumber of uninstructed or Johnson delegates being sent up to the Illinois state conyention revealing an unexpected Johnson strength undexfr neath the surface All servers in Washington are agreed that there will be a lively contest for the nomination at Denver- It is even claimed that twothirds of the delegates to the convention will be unpledged and such Democrats as Representative John Sharp Williams Bourke Cochrane Senator Culberson and Senator Daniels declare that the Denver convention will be a deliberative body which before it nominates will consider the qualifications of the aspirants and their prospects of winning ThereIs a feeling here that John son as a poor boy and a selfmade man with a romantic and even tragic life history coming from an early life as obscure and painful as Lincolns and now risen to state power and national famewould make a candidate of such respectcommanding vote getting power that under his leadership the Democracy would have a splendid chance of winning 9 A GREAT DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR Is the title of an exceptionally inter esting and concise study of Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota In The Worlds Work for April Mr Winthrop- B Chamberlain the author sums up somewhat as follows Gov Johnson has often been compared with Lincoln whom he resembles in physical makeup as well as in the success with which he has overcome un toward circumstances and has em braced opportunity as it arose But his political career thus far recalls rath er that of Grover Cleveland up to the time of his triumphant election as gcv ernor of New York Like Cleveland he was the instrument used by the peo pIe of a great state to rebuke political hasIvaluableIas ap readiness as a speaker He has the courage of Hughes tempered by the tact of Taft He is as convinced of the necessity of law enforcement as Roosevelt but impulsive de nunciation of those who dp not agree toIpersonality that makes a friend of every man who comes within the radius of his influence Often radical in utterance he is usually conservt ative In action Conservative states manship he has never as yet shown In great measure yet he is sensitive to the thoughts of the masses and knows how to give it effective expression CHAMBERLAINS COLIGV CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYThere probably no medicine made that is relied upon with more implicit confidence than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a cenfury in which it has been in use people have learned that it is the one remedy that never fails When reduced with water and sweetened byChas t BOOUE acowI30007 Mrs Daisy Lambert has- a nice line ofmillineryTI Suuday School at Fair View is continueinjf jut the sameil1r Harve Dugger ot ntur Rock ford called oh one of our belles last Sun day Harve is a nice looking boy and a fine fellowMrs M MI Sims is some betterMrs A D Knuckles is still very low A CALIFORNIANS LUCKa The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box ot Buctclens Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy Calilornia Two 25c boxes cured me ofan annoying case of itcrrng piles wh ch had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under gmrantee at Chas C Davis drug store SHOW DAY WILLlSOON MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF NEW SIGHTS PROMISED BV SUN BROTHERS Ii is a matter of record that the Sun Brothers Greater Progressive Stiow btvoreceiveda fair portion of success in the Amusement oflthisago it has bten going along in a modest way never using any born bastic or asting manners how ever giving the public a first cass clean and always original show aid invariably exhibiting many of the finest aninia features procurable 1ise elements to ethei with the potCy of nut allowing the intro duction of anything with an off color has given the Sun Brothers much enviable prestige Show Day with all its manifold joys and alluring delights will soon be here and the public win hive an opportunity of witnessing the great programme arranged by the Sun Brothers this season The show will cowe by special railway service and will exhibit on the grounds at Kings Mt Wed1 May 6 Moreland Thurs Ma 7 and Dinville Fri May 8 performances will be given matinee and night at two and eight oclock p ni VALUED SAME AS GOLD- B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss savs 1 tell my customer when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or billoujne s Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore 250 FOR SALE As I am going to Uave tVr othr parts or the country I offer fot sale ray farm of 80 acres witha good new 5 room house good barn good orchard and two good springs growingwheat yoke of 3 year old cattle a goog milch cow and calf some hogs and farming tools allnew Will sejl all together or separate Will give possession ten days after sale WA TYUEE Brodhead Ky Mr John Riha of Vining la sayscI have been selling De Witts Ki lney and Bladder Pil1ior about a seat and they give better satis faction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect satilaction in every case I have ued them myself wiSh fine results IISold by Chas C Davis President Castro has asked the Academy of Medicine to lormulale measures for the sanitation i f Caracas to cdmbat the bUhonic plague il it should break out Following this rcqueu the academy has issued ordrrS ir the initndn e destruction otr1tSth ly washing of the sUedsaud bu Idijgs existingjfoci HUAIAN FItTERS The tune ion of the kidneys is to strafn out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Folevs Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy so they will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and it will trake cu vtell Sold by Chas C Davis Wallace Polk aMissippi farmer shot and killed his wife seriously wounded his daughter and then committed suicidei Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitu s but there ts only one original Jtis healing soothing and cooling arid is especially good fot piles Sold by Ghas C Davis tY f J J SHEnHtFs SALE 59direclcdthe Clerk office of the RocKcasilo Circuit Court in favor of Mary 2ALbighrE Rob ri Admx oJ J M Rob pIUllts198 bet wee the hour of 9 oclock a m and 3 oclock p in at Mt Vernon Rockcststle Ooitrv Kentucky expose at public sale to the followiings may be necessaiv to s tisfv the imout of Plaintiff s debt interest and cost to witj IACertain tract or btmdarv oftland near Brodhead beginning at a gum an outside corner to the Sol Roberts tract thence an outside line S6o ES9 poles to a stake with a dogwood pointer corner in said line a division corner between said Roberts and Eph Thompsons arres thence with 2nd lue ot Thompsons S23 WSQ poles and 7 links to a gum near the foot of the hill thence 824 V9o34 poles to 3hickorywith outside line S55 W46 910 poles toa stake witha walnut pointer thence S86 Wi6 Doles to a falTer chestnut with pointers thence N47 W8 poles nndis links to a stone with pointers thence a new line N2634 Esoo poles to the beginning containing 5n3 acres Amount to he made Debt 100 witji b per cent interest from the rSih dav ofSert 1907 until paid Ccst 5861 Leviedupon as the property of J M Rohert- sTEwaSSalewill be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security nrequired bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from dav ofsale and having the lorce and effsct of a judgment Ihis 28th day of April 1908 B L McFERRON S R C By JOHN ROBINS D S A great many people imagine they have heart trouble when the f tct is that the whole trouble lies in the stomach The pains in the side around the region of the heart are not necessarily heart trouble We suggest that vou start with the atomachand whenever you feel a depression after eating or whenever your food seems to nauseate take kodol It will n6t be very long until all these heart pains will disappear Take Kodol now until vou know you are right again j here isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will find the truth or this statement verified after you have used Kodol for a few weeks It is sold here by Chas C Davis FOR SALRMy 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 wateredand under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS Ky DRIND 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 achliver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price 5Oo KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS I WITH Dr Kings II IIIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOR OR MONEY REF11NDED WACARSON PAfNTER AN- DMPERHAHtrER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order IAlf Work Guaranteed if p LAND STQCJK AND CitOlI W F Adamhacbught the interest of his brothers and sisters ih the old home farm known as the levi Smith fann consisting of 2 acres This is recognized as- one of the bestfarms in thecounty FARMHRSREPORT THRI PRODUCTS IN GOOD SHAPED sunshineIu p out of the ground also helping o push the fruit prospect with hgreatests county Farmers say there isIevery reason to believe there he an unusually large fruit crop The cold snaps of ten days ago nipped a few of the peach buds but did not affect the apples There is little danger now of a heavy frost as the mild winte indicated that the weatber conditions are apt to iinprove from now on Other crops that are helped bv the rain have been invigorated and general indications of god crops are making the farmers feel hop IHemptobacco sitnation will not fLct section of the estate as little thisI grown this year in the Blue RELIEF FROM RHhUMATIC PAINSIAmong the mankind rhe one most aggrevating I suffered saysMrKey WestFJa Sometimes it settled in my knees and lamedme so I could hardly walkat other times it would be in my feet and hands so I was incapacitated for duty One night when I was in severe pain and lame from it my wife went to the drug store here andcame with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm IWfoS rubbed with it and found the pain had nearly gone during the night I kept on using it for a little more than two weeks and found that it drove the rheumatism away I have not had any trouble from that disease for over three months For sale bv Chas C Davis Cecil Dills while out driving in Clark county witiiayoung woman was drowned the horse running away and dashing into the river His companion was rescued COLDS THAT HANG ON springdepletenervtS and open the way of serious illness Take Foleys Honey and Tar It quickie stops the cough and expels the cold It is safe and ceatain in results R W DYOHE D EiNTISTMT Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory I Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSDentist in East Chest r nut Street- Louisvillh Ky Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until Jay C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor 0I The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc- hstreetSpecia attention given to collections Phone No 80S1 30 MeGMSY Undertaker v 8 t Embalmer CottjleieLINE of Gaskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky it je ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AW eabe sirailatingtteFootfantlRegula of Promotes DigestioncIteerfuB ness and neiher Opiimt forphine norMtieraL NOT NARCOTIC Rttt12eiloLorc41TJHpfIIEFJ1 in Sted l11JFtl1l71rrrorI I paitiOWorrasCoiwulsimsFcvErisIi ness ondLoss orSLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW Exact Copy of Wrapper Ja CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO PdA 3 4 The New Store Go PineijFreshfJFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked g Beans Beefsteak and Meats all kinds All goods delivered town When you want groceries call Phone 561 W H CARMICAL CO Next door Bank Vernon Mt Vernon entucky 33CJJr 3C- tCI Q YORK want 15 more W ILA Y MISSES t7 youJ SHOESWINE painful find that Wine for all their ills inflamed tissues clogging scanty matter Also irregular cramps etc all your in plain sealed Dept The Tenn advice byfollowlng taking Cardul my Female Troubles WallaceuvaaA1a of in I to of Mt I If us 1 I for and It and OF J1J