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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r iPublished Every Friday dan etni iOUlll VULUME XXI MT VERNON ROUKCASTLE KY FRIDAY JUNE 5 1908 NUMBER 37 t1ft A1i I AND PfcI y t Dont forget your cash as these are cash I prices BEST CALICOES i 5 Cents 5For the next days 1 I wil sell f- I 10 articles at 7 cts i 25a IQ cts 50t 39cts i 100 70 cts 1 P150 u too ti MENS f Suits worth 1600 riOWIJOOW R Suits worth 1500 now Suits worth 1200 now goo jSuits worth 800 now 650 1 550IsSuits1 CHILI RE1 S t K ISuits from So cents to 2 ff rf Boys Corduroy pants were 1 50 cents now 39 cents iPrices on Shoes the safne asi Come while fthey las- tDont K forget the Cash I SKIRTS J A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to 4now 150 to 250 H a great bargain TT A lot of LnoliuniCarpetand I RUgS I COME NOW iGTJOHNSONi O K STORE Mt Vernon NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Dixon Ky June 3The race riot which occurred March 14 at Provi dence a village near here had a sequel early Sunday morning in the lynching of Jake McDowell a negro who had confessed of a hepartyelling man and wounded another The lynchers appeared at the Dixon jail where McDowell was confined awaiting trial about 2 oclock In the morn ing There were but ten men In the party all of them save the leader be ing masked A few shots brought the jailer to the door when he was overpowered and compelled to open Mc Dowells cell Mounting the negro on an extra horse the party proceeded out of town two shots being heard when they reached open country The negro was shortly afterward found dead by the roadside having been stabbed and shot twice THE MYSTERY CLEARED Confession Made in Court in Case of Newton Hazlett Frankfort Ky June 3The mystery which has surrounded the death of Newton Hazlett the prominent young farmer of Shelby county who was found dead on the road a week ago with two bulletholes over his heart was explained in the Shelby county circuit court when Walker Dun can a neighbor of Hazlett a well known farmer and member of the Law and Order League confessed that he killed Hazlett believing him to be a night rider about to burn his tobacco barnThe confession of Duncan followed the filing of indictments by the grand Jury charging Duncan and Riley Harro with killing Hazlett Both men were in the courtroom at the time the counts were returned to the court When the body of Hazlett was found two chambers of his pistol were empty and a pair of wirecutters were found in his pocket Duncan was released on a 5000 bond and Harro gave a 2000 bond to answer to the charge of murder at the next term NIGHT RIDERS INDICTED Bills Returned at Frankfort for Raid on Elmburg Store Frankfort Ky June 3 Nineteen in dictments have been returned by the Shelby county grand jury in the night rider cases The grand jury Is still In session and more indictments are ex pected The indictments returned were the outcome of an alleged visit by a band of night riders to the gen eral store of Hall Bros at Elmburg several months ago and the destruc forYBEACH HARGIS TRIES SUICIDE Son Who Slew Father Attempts to End His Life Jackson Ky June 3Beach Har gis in jail here awaiting trial for the murder of his father Judge James Hargis attempted suicide by mor phine The doctors who worked over him for several hours announce that he will recover Allen Cheech now on trial for murder drank a pint of whisky containing strychnine and is In a precarious condition Pardon for Mrs Hollowell Frankfort Ky June 3Governor Wilson has granted a pardon to Mrs Mary Lou Hollowell before her trial In Caldwell county circuit court under indictment charging her with being an accessory to scraping tobacco plant beds in that county Mrs Hollowell is the wife of Robert Hollowell who secured a judgment of 35000 In the United States court at Paducah against a number of wellknown farm ers who were accused of shooting up his home Night Rider Suits Compromised Paducah Ky June 3The Hollo well night rider damage suits were compromised the plaintiffs receiving 15000 A few weeks ago In the United States court Robert Hollowell obtained a verdict of 35000 against twentynine alleged night riders of Cal lawell county who were accused of raiding his home and compelling him and his family to flee from the state to save their lives He sued for 50 000 and his wife and son for a total ol 75000 Pooled Tobacco Sells for 13 Cents Henderson Ky June ITwo thou sand hogsheads of stemming district association tobacco have been sold in Liverpool at 13 cents a pound by General Manager William Elliott The sale Involves 2400000 pounds and will bring 312000 to the farmers of Hen derson and Webster counties This sale cleans up the pooled crop in five counties De Wills Little Early Risers1 the famous little liver pills are sold by Cas C avlso ILLINOIS PETROLEUMS Systematic Comparison Being Made by l Geological SurveyISpringfield Ill ance of a systematic comparison of the different varieties of crude petroleum occurring jn the United States Is receiving full recognition in the United States Geological Survey where an examination of certain oils from the new Illinois field has just been completed- In February of this year the survey sent an agent Into the Illinois field to collect representative samples of the oils the localities being selected In conference with Dr H Fester Bain the state geologist These samples were shipped to Washington where they were examined by Dr David T Day who has charge of the oil inves tigations The samples were examined as to odor color end specific gravity and then distilled by the Eng r distillation apparatus the quantity up to 150 deg C being class ed as naphtha and that between 150 and 300 deg C as burning oil The determination of the sulphur content of the oils was made In the Plttsburg laboratory of the survey The methods used In these oils tests have been selected because of their simplicity which enables them to be carried rapidly to completion and the treatment of all the samples in pre cisely the same manner affords a basis for a just comparison of the oils In the first series of tests oils from 34 pools were examined and tests on 104 samples collected in April in the mid continent field are now under way The oils range In gravity from 395 deg B in the deep wells 1500 feet In the Bridgeport pool to 223 deg B in the Duncansville pool Some of the shallow Wells 300 feet in the north end of the field also yield oils as light as 355 deg B No oil was found with more than half of 1 percent of sulphur and this only In the extreme north end of the field Farther south the average is about onefourth of 1 per cent and the oils are acceptable as nonsulphur oils Pipeline samples from all pools aver aged still lessthat Is 02 per cent The percentage distilling below 150 deg C ranged from 1 to 21 averaging 132 per cent for the state The burning oil averaged 312 per cent Most of the oils contained practically no asphalt and considerable proportions of paraffine wax COTTON SEASON LATE Not Only That But the Acreage Is Millions Short Memphis Tenn Juno 3At a meet Ing of the state presidents of the Far mers Educational and Cooperative union the total acreage of cotton plant ed May 30 was estimated at 28832000 acres as compared with 31311000 acres In 1907 government estimate This estimate is compiled from reports received from all the cotton growing statesAccording to the reports the season Is on an average of fifteen days late It is not believed that apaccurate esti mate as to the quality of the stand and the possible yield can be made for thirty days should no further damage occur and it is regarded as certain that little cotton will mature for gin ning In September Reports to the National Cotton Gin ners association up to May 28 show the average condition of cotton to be SOG and the acreage 31357000 as com pared with 32060000 last year or a reduction of 19 per cent from last year The average stand Is 89 per cent and the crop average thirteen days late- Reports from the boll weevil district are that the weevil is beginning to ape pear but it is too early to do much damage While the condition at this time is about 10 points higher than last year this does not indicate that the crop will be that much larger With average weather from now on it would indicate a crop of about 12000000 bales and with bad conditions and the boll weevil working it would mean no larger crop than last season tA RANK FAKE Commissioner Sargent Denounces Story of Dead Chinamen Washington une 3Commissioner Frank P Sargent of the bureau of im migration who has returned from a trip to New York and Boston denounc ed the story published last week that twelve Chinamen smuggled into this country had been received dead in New York as the rankest kind of fakeThe emigration bureau investigated the matter carefully On the strength of the inquiry the department of commerce and labor declares officially that the story Was a hoax Didnt Long Survive Victim Fairmont W Va June 3Rev S A Coffman who murdered his wife at the Meadowdale parsonage two weeks ago is dead in the city hospital here from nervous collapse He was to have been tried on a charge of murder in Court here this week He is believed to have been mentally deranged Last week he became violent and was put in a padded cell after a struggle When taken to the hospital he refused to eat for three days The Plague at St Thomas St Thomas D W I June 3One fatal case of bubonic plague has been officially reported here and two sus pected cases are being watched CA Z EI AJour the tae ATin Hm tt l Established 1887 COUNTY i 30 all cent 1200 f- x Kyr tt o o 0 isi to so we our entire stock of Shoes Cfofhingr and Notions At 20 Per Cent Discount I Dress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discount of 15 PEr CENT F c I KRUEGER qc5ottl Mi Vernon Kentucky Phone 87 CH RUE CHANDLER We know of no one who is en joying a more bountiful harvest from deserving efforts than thesub ject of this brief sketch Mr Chandler a native of North Caro lina and came to this state about a dozen years ago He first located at Brodhead this county where for several terms he was principal of the Brodhead public school and during the winter months conduct ed successful private schools Af ter leaving Brodherd he located at Pittsburg accepting a position as traveling salesman for the Nolin Milling Co for whom he has work ed up a splendid trade not only throughout his territory in Ken tuckv but also Virginia and Tenn essee Besides this he has acquired valuable holdings in coal and tim ber lands which return him a handsome dividend In addition to this he is also one of the largest stockholders in the Pineville Telephone Co who are now stringing the copper wires from Middlesboro to Lancaster to connect with the Bastin and other Independent lines of the State Mr Chandler has many warm friends in Rockcastle who will be delighted to know of his splendid success and good for tune Big cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are Lealed quickly by DeWitts Wit h Hazel Salve It is especial geDeWitts Y ttttttttJttY 1ttYtw Just Receivedw 0oSpring and Summer Line of zS w Dry Goods and Notions j Iw E Which will be sold at lowest prices to be found any H2 w where Also full line of Shoes just received =which will be sold at bottom prices = E Sta E ffkeptw rw J J STOKES On mast Pork Skeggs Creek 3= Three miles South of Mt Vernon =3 = E s Remember that in connection we have a gener3 al blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a Especit ItY 7lUl111UlU1U11UU111UUlUU1111 itllliillllillllllfhLuLllh11LUhL1 lV I L DIE Mrs Willie Coffey is on the sick li several people from this place are attending the commence ment exercises at Beiea James Coffey who has been to Richmond at the Gibson Infirmary has return ed home much improved and we have hopes of a speedy recovery Thos Barnet continues to im proveRev Masters of Corbin preached here Saturday and Sun dayMrs Jane McNew and two bright little children of Have lock Nebare visiting relatives at Wildie and Brush Creek Mr Harrison Reams and Mrs Laura Reams were visiting Mrs W D Laswell first of the week Mrs Polly Las well was the guest of 1fr daughter Mrs Alice Cox from Saturday until TuesdayRev Winkle of Berea will preach here next Saturday and Sunday =Little Miss Lena Hundley visited her cousin Edith Laswell last week Mrs Fannie Crawford and fami ofther narciits Mir and Mrs Henry Brannaman last week Misses Bertha and Nell Riddle were visit ing Grandma Riddle Saturday and SundayMrs Riddle and children moved to Richmond Mod RanceIGoffey on businessMr Alex Manus was down to see his sister Mrs Sarah Mason of Dudley Sunday and reports her doing very well Mr G R Reams was visiting his daughter Mrs W D Laswell and Mrs Jane McNew Tuesday THE BKSTfPiir3 EVUR SOLD After doctoring 15 years for audspendinglover me as much good as Dr considerIthemwrites B F Ayscue of Ingteside atChasIFredL Woods aa iSyewptd aeronaut who was gtvhtg aa exhi bition in Hillside Park rear Pfcssa ic N J fell lOCO feet from his iballood into Passaic River Sanflay and was drowned MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 5 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATK DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party TOMORROW is the day when the Democrats of the county ate called to meet in Convention at the courthouse in Mt Vernon to select delegates to the State Con vention which meets at Lexington June nth We hope to see a goodly number present Every indication points to the fact that this is Dem ocratic year all over this great land of ours EMMETT LOGAN for many years a brilliant writer on the Louisville Times has decided to turn to his old love and will start a newspaper at Bowling Green known as the Daily Messenger Mr Logan has swayed between the rural lifejof the farmer and the more stirring ex citing life of the editor and again he is unable to resist the tempta tion of printers ink Such a man and such a writer belongs to journalism and is welcome to the ranksEx THE most acurate figures which can be gathered on the status of the delegates so far elected to the Den ver convention show that of thirty States and territories which have elected delegates 481 are instructed for Bryan 22 for Johnson n for Gray and 163 uncommitted 677 delegates have been elected hence Mr Bryan has 71 per cent instruct ed for him It takes 668 delegates to nominate so Mr Bryan only needs 187 more That he will eas ily get these is apparent from the list of States which hold conven tions beginning at Fort Worth Tex on May 26 and ending in Burlington Vermont June 26 Lexington Ky June 3 1908 Lexington is making extensive preparations to entertain the State Convention and no effort will be spared to assure the comfort of ev ery person who attends The whole city is taking the greatest interest in the matter and all of the details are in the hands of committees composed of represen tative citizens There is every prospect now that the convention will be the largest in the history of the Democratic party in Kentucky A large pro portion of the population of the Blue Grass section easily reached by interurbans and steam railroads will turn out and reports come from every section of the State in dicating an unusually large attend anceOne of the most encouraging features of the situation is the fact that there is a disposition in every part of Kentucky for the Democrats to get together bury all their fac tional differences and unite for a great Democratic victory The Republican convention recently held in Louisvill was marked by a bitter strggle between the two fac tions Nearly half of the seats in the convention were contested It is now probable that there will not be a single contest in the Demo cratic convention to beheld in Lexington Reliable information from those parts of the State where there was the greatest danger of faction al Strife is to the effect that the factions are getting together and the convention now promises to be not only the largest but the most harmonious ever held b Kentucky Democrats Lexington and Lexington Dem ocrats are particularly interested in having not only a harmonious convention but a large attendance Elaborate preparations are being made to insure comfortable quar tersandabundant restaurant facili ties Nobody who comes to Lex ington need fear that there will be any trouble about a comfortable opporIprices Lexington is particularly anxious to do her part in a credita ble manner and the matter has been taken up in such a way as to insure the most thorough prepara tion Special pains will be taken to provide for the comfort and con venience of the newspapermen A beenIprovided Special effort will also be made to see that every newspaper man has comfortable quar ters QUAIL Alex Proctor has returned home from IndianaMiss Angie POVE ter of Livingston is spending a few days with her aunt Mrs Lo gan ScottMelvin Owens the writer who has had a severe case of the grip is on the mend Lin coln and Bud Stringer left Monday for Lily Ky Earnie and David Hewin and Ben Parrott of Ml Vernon have been doing some car pentering for Ben Riddle of near Walnut Grove James Albright of Ottawa called on one of Quails fairest young ladies Sunday Mrs Jaccb Elder spent Monday until Tuesday with her son Walter Elder near Eubanks There has been some talk of the Farmers Telephone Co extending their line from Bee Lick to BrodheadServices will be held at Bethel Sunday conduct ed by Rev R E ToddJ M Craig took off a nice bunch of hogs MondayBen Albr ght was in Mt Vernon Tuesday on business J W Stringer and wife attended the decoration at old Mt Ephesus in Lincoln county Saturday Mrs Sallie Craig is in very poor healthH G Sutton of this plate has decided to changes location and is selling his entire stock of goods at cost and is doing a good busi nessLittle Misses Gracie Sutton and Susie Cummins have returned home from the Danville D D- SchoolJ A Proctor of Quail has sold his fine saddle mare to Os car Mullins of Level Green for 150 Among the papers of Rev Martin Owens aresome tax receipts of the following dates One in the year 1815 Received of Allen Ow ens Signed J Terrill D S One in the year 1816 Received of Al len Owens Signed J B Dysart S R C One dated 1820 Re ceived of Allen Owens and signed by Wm Fish S R C One 1828 Received of Allen Owens and signed by J P Carpenter S R C One dated i8i9 Rreceived of Allen Owens and signed by Wm Gresham D S One dated 1828 Received of Allen Owens and signed by Benjamin Rew The following is a list ofthe Coun ty Court Clerks of Rockcastle J Wilson in the year 1818 J A Moore 1827 E Farris 1829 M Hunt 1838 J B Carson 1839 The above named papers are in the hands of John A Owens son of Rev g Martin Owens deceased Said receipts are written on un ruled paper There are many more which I will not give at present Any one wishing to see the papers can call on Mr John Owens Mt Vernon Ky May 31 08 There is a way that seem eth right unto plan but the end thereof is the ways of death This way is always brilliant and enticing at the entrance it bears above its portals the inviting word pleasure and it promises enjoy ment to all who enter there Those who enter never think of danger The thousands of unsuspecting girls led into lives of shame by the seductive influence of ballrooms never dreamed that there was dan ger in the splendid place where the lamps shone bright over fair wo men end brave men where as mu sic arose with its voluptuous swell soft eyes looked love toy eyes that spoke again and all went merry as a marriage bell And yet investi gation proves that by far the greater number of the fallen women of our laud date their degradation from the ballroom and the dance The brilliancy of cut glass pol ished mirrors and sparkling liquors of the fashionable saloon speaks nothing of the poverty delirium and death which lie at the end of way The debauchee treads and when the sparkling winecup held in the fingers of a beautiful woman with sparkling eyes and winning tones invites an admiring one to drink who could see mirrored in the crimson depts wrecked homes broken hearts and doomed souls The Apostles were accusedof turning the world upside down but some things in the world when turned upsidedown are really right sideup andHred rum is one of these things it looks so in nocent so tempting so inviting but when you turn it around or spell it backward you have it spell e I correctly its real name is mur der Not only does it lead to bloodshed and crime but it has in it the murder of manhood the mur der of honor the murder of home the murder of the souland yet I saw a lady beautiful and fair with witching smile inviting an admir ing youth to drink of such a cup which she held out to him and when he would not drink she thought him weak unmanly and a toward Oh to think that woman last made and fairest of all Gods creation having power to lead man captive at her will though he be strong as Sampson should ever prostitute her power to destroy the devotees who come to worship at her shrine To think that having power to make a barren spot on earth like heaven for a man she would drag him down to hell Such is the way that seemeth right unto man Study this carefully for if my gold is rapt up in ore none throwaway the apple for the core Written for the SIGNAL by H J MULJJJNS w rOYAqoY AKI 11- POWDER Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mo Alum No Lime Phosphate FAIR DATES The following is a Dist of Kentucky Fair dates so far as reported Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester August 4 4 days Danville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesville August 114 days BRODHEAD August 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days London August 26 4 days Barboursville August 19 3 days Somerset September i 5 days Paris September i 5 days Monticello September 8 4 days CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BAL I It is an antiseptic liniment and prevents blood poisoning resulting from a cut bruise or burn It al so canses the parts to heal without maturation and in much less time than when the usual treatment is employed It allays the pain of a burn almost instantly For sale by Chas C Davis- Wednesday was observed through out Virginia as a holiday in honer of the centennial of the birth of Jefferson Davis On that day the Davis monument erected in Rich mond by the Jefferson Davis Monument Association was formally given ao the cityC- ONSUMPTIVES MADE COMFORTABLE Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient consump tion and even in the advanced sta ges affords comfort and relief Re fuse any but the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature tZM7 YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bInd der trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine N6 medicine can do more Sold by ChasCCavis n WAIT WE ARE COMING At Livingston Monday June 11 IN ALL ITS MAGNIFICENT SPLENDOR Jones Enormous Shows 400Men Women Children Horses Beautiful Ponies and Camels Europe and Americas most noted Lady and Per former Acrobats Tumblers Aerialists Ex uilibrists and Jesters 10OF Elephants Gentleman Leapers AMERICAS FUNNIEST OF ALL FUNNY CLOWNS A Troupe of Highly Educated Dogs Shetland Ponies and Monkeys A Hrd of PerformingElephants A Most Magnificent Featured and Rendered With Perfect Precision in the Vast Tents A Mite Long Line of Golden Glittering Free Street Parade Massive open Dens and Cages of Wild and costly Animals Beau tiful Horses Trappings Charriots Tabeleaux A Calvery of Richly Costumed Ladies and Gentlemen from all Nations Bands of Music etc All positively at Noon on Day of Exhibition This Enormous ShoW Never Divides and Will Positively Exhibit Afternoon and night at IIVINSSTONMONDAY 15 DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very short time strengthen the weakened kidneys and allay troubles arrising from inflamation of the bladder They are recommended everywhere Sold by Chas C Davis Probably the most peculiar com mitment ever made at the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum at Lex ing is that of James Stivers of Madison county ordered to the asylum for life LaterThe asy lum authorities state that according toIpatient eeer recovers he will be returned to the Richmond authorities who may do with him as they see fit The Rev R L Perkins was whipped by a mob at Albertville Alo and ordered to leave town He was charged with preaching a social equality sermer to negroes Tired mothers worn out bv the peevish Cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and child ren and is especially good for ills so common in hot theI Look for the harmIful I IWomen sufferers should use 1ilIi1m1WDI MARK DONT let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe head aches have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs attention Try Herbine the great liver regulator lie URES Constipation ness Chills and BiliousII all Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison Hous ton Texas writes I have suffered foryears from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no relief until Itried Herbine and was completely cured use it always IrPRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURII j Sold and Recommended by 10 Floats FREE Do NOT NEGLECT THE CHILDREN At this season of the year the first unnatuial looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate at tention The best thing that can be given is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy fol lowed by castor oil as directed with each bottle of the remedy For sale by Chas C Davis Jake McDowell the negro who shot and seriously wounded Smith Childress Deputy Marshal of Dix on was taken from the jail at Dix on by a mob and later his body wat found in the road McDowell had been in jail at Henderson but was recently removed to Dixon where his trial was to have been called soon COLIC AND DIARRHCEA Pains in the stomach colic and di arrhoe are quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy When in need of such a medicine give it a trial For sale by Chas U Davis Col E W Lillard on his return to Frankfort from Bracken county reported that conditions there on the arrival of the soldiers were much worse than than they have ever been pictured He said at the AugustaBoats sented Gov Wilson in a disgusting attitude land scraping a plant bed and hanging a dummy Col Lillard said these floats were loudly applauded Conditions haxe greatly changed and the worst elemen is now un ler controlDressinq Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfed hair will bestrongand will remain where it belongs on the head not on the comb The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years KPIEft 400 PerformanceAll showednightriders Made MauAlso llJers 9 SA5APARILUj COMEiAND SEE OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Oarpefs airand Rugs IN THE LATEST DESIGNS J Ranges and Cook Stoves Trunks and Surf Cases Upholstering and Repair workdone I on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALLI C Ci COXOld Brisk Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky t Phone 941 or 97 ssjj11111 Just back from the city and have some of thejbest bargains to offer the people that have ev er been offered them in Rockcastle Dress f Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats Intfact everything kept in a firstclass store Terms Cash and Produce And to those that owe me you will please come in and settle as I need the money to paytfor my goods Aa C HIATT t HIATT KENTUCKY 3 3K 3 3 883 3 terqf Convenience of the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid jed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the J entire amount at any time With a determination to save you 1 f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts was you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank 1 4 iTHE BANK OF MT VERNON iINCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY tttt1Jlt11tt11tttt 0fin 1 M PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 AND- EMBALMERS 3- Mt Vernon Ky iS COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 aw r A B FURNISH WH KRUECER ff E Pnone Proprietorsu1uL- uLaLaLu1aLuLLaLuauaa1LuuLuLu1L1iuuuuLuLu MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June 5 190s Z9 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cat with SIGNAL 79 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL J P Lechleiter returned to Livingston Monday Miss Maud Graham is the guest of Miss Anna Tate Mr and Mrs E B Brown are visiting relatives here Miss Margarite Fish has return ed from school in Virginia Chester Landrum is with rela tives at Pittsburg this week Mrs Rowzee and Mrs Essie Pain ter are visiting relatives here Mrs J W Tate spent Satuday until Monday with Mrs Alice TateD E Davis has returned to his work as guager near Lawrence burgMr and Mrs Felix Bowman at tended church on Skeggs creek SundayHorace Benton chief clerk to Master of Trains Dilley was here TuesdayMessrs 1 R McCracken and Jack Scott were over from Gooch land Mondav Miss Florence Penuington was the guest of relatives here Satur day and Sunday Eugene Orndorff B 0 en gineer was a welcome visitor to our town Saturday James Proctor is at McHenry this week We are glad to see Jim improving in health so rapidly Red Mullins and Charlie La tham of Level Green were in Richmond Monday selling some cattleMisses Stella Adams Maggie and Elle Doolev were the guests of Mr and Mrs G T Johnson last weekRay Bently has returned to his home iu Louisville after a pleasant visit with his sister Mrs R A SparksSupt G M Ballard Dr Dyche and S E Chandler witnessed the closing exercises of Berea college WednesdayLittle Emma and Joe Da vis spent part of the week in the country with their cousins Misses Roberta and Lida Purcell Mr and Mrs N C Collier of Paris have returned to their home after a pleasant visit with Mr and Mrs Will Merrick Mrs G T Johnson and children Hazel and Master Will are visiting in Berea and attending the com mencement exercises of Berea collegeMr J A Proctor millwright for the Mt Vernon Roller Mills came Monday and immediately began his task of putting same in operation Misses Myrtle Adams Cora Griffin and Jennie Davis are the guests of Miss Stella Adams of Berea and attending the commencement exercises On the Kentucky Homecoming train from Dallas Texas Mrs J R Bennett and Mrs J M Hus band will come to Mt Vernon the latter part of the month to visit their sister Mrs L T Welch Mrs M L Denham and child ren have returned to their home at Corbin after a several days visit to relatives near Sand Springs Mr Denham came down with them but remained over only a night He isI still with the L N running between Corbin and Knoxville Atty J W Brown and Master Jamie Thompson were in Louis ville yesterday to see ball game be tween Louisville and Columbus Jamie who is only about ten years old is a great base ball enthusiast and his familiarty with the names positions records and doings in general of the league players is in deed remarkable It was because of these facts that Lawyer Brown invited Jamie to accompany him oa the trip LOCAL The six months old baby of and Mrs Pleas Ramsey died Mon day The county teachers institute will be held at Brodhead this year The date will be announced later Mr H H Beaty proprietor informs us that the Mt Vernon Roller Mills will be in operation by July io W A B Davis lost a fine cow Wednesday from some unknown cause She was easily one of the hest in the county LosTBetween Brown Memori al School and J P Lechleiters last Sunday week a buggy robe W T CRAWFORD Brodhead Ky Mrs Joe Kirkyndoll who was Miss Nancy Hurd daughter of Tip Hurd died yesterday after an illness ot several weeks of consumption The Col M L Clark Sons will be in Mt Vernon next Wed nesday This show was here two years ago and gave an exhibition well worth the money A large and appreciative audi ence witnessed last evening the closing exercises of Brown Memo rial School at the Brown Memorial Chappel Full account next issue Rev C J Sipple will preach at the Baptist church the second Sun day morning at n oclock Rev Sipple has organized theMethodist at this place and will preach one Sunday out of each month The Willing Workers realized something over 5000 from the Merry Widow pay given at the court house last Friday evening The same will likely be given at Brodhead and Livingston at early dates J G Burk is again proprietor of the restaurant in the basment ot the old brick T J Pennington will go to Livingston and take an interest in the Eight Gables Res taurant with his brother S E Pen nington Miss Wander Lechleiter enter tained some of the Livingston ball team Saturday evening Those present were Messrs E VBruner A A Akers Fred Burton and Roscoe Pike They were accompanied by Misses Alice and Nora Burton Sarah Alcorn and Ella Stanley WANTED We want two or three men in each county to place catalogues and advertise our FAMILY SUPPLY UNION DEPARTMENT 1800 per week salary with opportunity for extra commission Permanent positions Address LAKE CITY WHOLESALE CO 453 West 63rd S Chicago Ill As the result of a little shooting affray between Oscar Bostic and Richard Sowd ere aged iS a son of Dick Sowder Bostic had Dr Southard employed several hours Monday evening picking shot out of his body arms nd head There were nearly a hundred No 3 shot hit nim but barely miried them selves In the flesh making the wounds of very little importance The trouble came up over a part nershio fence between Bostic and Sowder Sowder says Bostic emptied his revolver at him The rrial is set for tomorrow The best ball Game witnessed in Mt Vernon in a long time was played last Saturday afternoon be tween Mt Vernon and Livingston The score stood 6 to 5 in favor of Livingston The home boys played fine ball except when they came to the bat when it seemed they were wholly unable to judge in any particular the balls of Bru ner front London who was in the box for Livingston To the splendid work of Bruner and Pike is due the victory for Livingston The Mt Vernon boys played hard and did splendid field work They will try it again July 4 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Persuant to a call of the Demo cratic State Executive Committee the Democrats ot Rockcastle coun ty are requested to meet in the Court House in Mt Vernon at two oclock p m Saturday June 6 IgoR for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention which meets in Lexington Ky June nth 1908 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the National Convention which meets in Den ver Colo July yih 1908 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for President and Vice President JONAS McKENziE Chm Mt Vernon Ky MaY27th 1908 J oeossoeeoeoeeooeooeoooeseoeeeoeeoaeosesssssssasssesesssssssQrs ssssQrtassesssss o Qa ssssssesssssssessssssssssesseaes ij osee sop Theres only one eee 00 os e oeQa eoe ooi Goef SCl aLe8 ee0 008 eee ctuQt proclaimingeon their clothes as thee ace ee ee libThey cant ALL be right eee There is a REAL HbestH SOMEWHERE and the man who gi 0knows where it is is fortunate indeed for his clothes worries are IeseeIuY ofl Hundreds of people in this country KNOW that the REALoeoct Ubesttt clothes and shoes are at this store and the prices are right 010p e How do they know it Surely not by taking our word for its e Guess how they found it out and then come find it out for s yourself in the same way ss SHIELDBRANDSUITSeo aoAte Prices ranging from 7OO to 1SQO Icep When in need of ANYTHING TO WEAR see our line Always glad to show you I oelt so 00a es ose e9so CLOTHE THE BOYS HERE WHERE MONEY GOES es c9 THE FARTHEST0810 5eo 211O-G 0 eo0W Oee0ee 505 00 50e500e1e0 SPIRO Everybody arou nd here seems to be hustling getting their corn out of the weeds since it has quit rain ing There was quite a crowd from this place attended the decoration at old Mt Pleasant last SaturdayMiss Mary Dillingham and Alza Wells visited Mrs Geo Owens at Level Green from Friday until Sunday Mrs M G Mc Kinney visited friends at Hansford last week Mr James Brown and family Mr Mat Brown and family and Mrs Martha Brown spent last Sun day at Mt Vernon the guests of Mr and Mrs John BakerMrs Sophia Owens and two little daugh ters and Miss mattie Owens spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Owens mother Mrs Goff in Pulaski countyMr E R Gen try was calling one one of Maret burgs belles last SnndayMr Bert Owens and wife were visiting friends at Brodhead Saturday and Sunday Mr Bill Brown and Mr H G Gentry of Hazel Patch vis ited home folks Satur day and Sun day There was an interesting singing at Freedom Sundav evening and will be singing next Sunday evening and Sundayschool at 9a in Frank Sexton and wife have re turned from an extended visit to friends at Line creek Jim Sow der ot Brodhead is visiting his sister Mrs Rile Owens this week Miss Ethel Dillingham has gone to Pineville to make her future homeMr and Mrs Fred Hahn visited Mr and Mrs P H Shutts at Brorao Sunday lastThere will be a singing contest at Freedom 4th of July Mr and Mrs W H Owens Uncle Albert and Miss Mattie Owens Sam and Helen SpiroMrW H Graves and Virgil Martin of Brodhead had a most delightful outing on the banks of Dix river Friday last About 20 pounds of fish were caught and in the beau tiful beech grove the fish were fried and the party enjoyed a most delightful dinner Contractor Neal Parrott will to day complete the task of removing the threet large pillows in the Christian church fl MT VERNONS LEADING CLOTIIIER Phone 77 sssssssssesssssssssssssssesOeeeesee0000eeeeee eeeee0 e000e0eeee eee0e COL L CLARK SONS =BIG COMBINED SHOWSENLARGED AND RECONSTRUCTED FOR THE PRESET SEASON A SHOW OF FEATURES P venting an unique novel and intensely interesting Entertain ienC Positively the Grandest consolidation ever exhibited containing an assemblage of Earths most STARTLING PRESENTATIONSI- T IS HIGH CLASS AND STRICTLY MORAL Thousands who have witnessed performances were elated The best evidence of Merit is success far and wide it is the best Show of its kind ever placed before the piKc HERD OF MONSTER ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS DENS OF WILD AND FEROCIOUS BLASTS BIRDS AND REPTILES FROM EVERY CLIME Dont Fail to SeeThe Baby Elephant Baby Lions IA brilliant and unparafelled COLOSSAL SHOW comprising a Troupe of Autocratic Champions whose supremacy as artists no one will dispute ARTISTIC ACTS AND EXPLOITS Introduced by the best troupe of lady and gentlemen Acrobats Gymnasts JugglersVaultersperformers in the profession A COMMON SENSE SHOW frf9vdsacs every Afternoon noel Evening Doors open and 7 Pe M Performances 2 and 8 P M Will Exhibit at Brodhead Wed JunajQ Mt Vernon Thurs JuneII S s S S TJIE RIGHT SPRINGS I ULOTlIES FOR BIG BOYS I AND LITTLE BOYS I se o S eoeoeseeeooaeeoo0 e To THE INSURING PUBLICOn mVjentire MtVernon everydollar MrAlbrightone wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRI- THoLthffoAbTAR for ehttdrant safe cure Mo opiate NOTICECall W H Bakers next week for bargains Anice line of Queensware will go at cost 42 piece dinner set 4 98 Anice lot of odd pants and Men and Boys suits and hats at cost Silks 39 cts 10 cent gingham at 6Icts only one 1650 sewing machine left which will go at 1250 Best cali co 6 7f and 5 cents per yard Best line of shoes in the county all will go at cost These prices will con tinue till June the 1st Home ground meal for sale Callwhile these prices last W H BAKER Langford Kv ooooooooooooo oooooooooooo 0o0O0 6JJSJ entire system Stimulates and makes bone oExactly what baby needs 0ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0000000000000000000000 METROPOLITANT- HE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drug s Stationey Cigarjs Tobacco paint Oil and patent Medicine Diseases of CMfdren A peciaffg PropPHONE KY l GRANVILLE OWENS 5IUNDERTAKERI w Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE j Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly J Filled v r t A tag from a 10cent piece will count VOTL value rA tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST IIMllter Head Workman Sailors Pride Old Honesty Old Peach Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking QILT EDGE Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER from the above are good for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons50 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Gentlemans Watch 290 Tags Many merchants supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have tags redeemed at write us catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT f fig AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis II UfiDBRTAKBR m Orders Wire W A- Il I Phone 948 KY = = t JIr This Perch ron Stallion will make the season of 1908 at the Adams livery stable He was imported from France in September 1907 and has as fine blood as can be bred into a horse by the French Government as will be shown by his pedigree Aside from his pedigree he is as good an individual as there is in the State He is coal black fine style and action and weighs twentythree hundred pounds PEDIGREE Folded April 15th 1904 Bred by M Brounard commune Of Berdhuis Couton of Noce Department of Orne Sired by Courmesnil 48590 dam Rosalie 47823 she by Lavoisier 40513 2nd dam Saus Soucil 34864 she by Petite Gaporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 she by Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Favori 12874 5th dam Petite belonging to M Jous selin A more extended pedi gree can seen at the stable I invite the people to come and SIE this horse before breeding elsewhere If yon like the horse I shall appreciate any mares sent to him and am sure none will regret sending after the colt is folded SIDI will matte the present season at the above named stable at 20 to insure a living colt Money due if mare is traded af ter being All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky Phone hi residence and stable Nature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestive juices and it is through these juices that the food we eat is acted upon in such a way as to produce the lich red blood that flows through the veins of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robust and it is the weakening ofthese digestive juices that destroys health It is own fault if we destroy our own health and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order When you need to take something take it promptly but take something you know is reliablesome thing like Kodol for dyspepsia and indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take it is reliable and is guaran teed to give relief It is sold by Chas C Davis ftwrti Alai m Horse Shoe- Egtantlne Tanslcys 16oz Natural leaf Ivy Big Four JoHy Tar Tags brands French Briar Pipe50 Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Best Steel Shears 75 Tags your home THE Mo UU Our line of Couch Caskets ml- is unexcelled m Handmade Coffinsfurnished 88 IIItheHAll by Promptly Filled I COXt VERNON SIDI 42336 be bred OUt IOlmIlONIYMmT COMMISSIONERS SALE Rockcassle Circuit Court R B Hatchers AdmxPuffv- s Commissioner Sale W H Forbes Def and Jason Brown Puff vs Commissioner s Sale W B Forbes c Deft By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Cir cuit court rendered at the March term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky Rockcastle county to the highest bidder at public auction on Mon day the 22nd day of June 1908 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M being reg ular county court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed property to wit One steam saw mill consisting of engine boiler saw carriage cab mandell edger belts pulleys and appertenances belonging to said mill For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ape proved surety bearing legal interest from day ofsale until raidand having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder must be prepared to comply with these G S termsI M C EVERY MAN His OWN DOCTOR The average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight ailment or injury that may occur in the family nor can he af ford to neglect them as so slight pinhasof a limb every man must from necessity be his own doctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treat ment which can only be had when suitable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains remedies have been n the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation They sell for 25 cents a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com plaints Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whoopingcough Chamber lains Pain Balm an antiseptic lin iment for cuts bruises burns sprains swellings lame back and rheumatic pains Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for coustipation biliusness and stom ach troubles Chamberlains Salve for diseases of theskin One hot tIe of each of these five prepara byChasdA1B 03RXA1JJW I1gwun fl BoughtjcZ J T W H TInsleys sat nl Leaf Pick Bridle Tenpenny Ladys Pocketbook50 Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags Playing Cards 30 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel 60 Tags have for Hence COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 fOR- TH CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The Courier Journal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the ampaign The regular price is 6 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate ot 125 has been made to apply to order received during the months of June July and August After August 51 the regular rates will be ir effect Subscriptions receiver during these months at this rale will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December i next when all will expire Send in yonr orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers yor receive Henry Watterson has announces that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believe the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited b Jot W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times li the best Democratic alternooi paper printed anywhere THINKS IT SAVED His LIFE Lester M Nelson of Naple Naine says in a recent letterIt have used Dr Kings New Dis coverv many years for coughs and colds Bnd I think it saved my life 1 ha e found it a reliable remed for throat and lung complaints ant wouldno more be without a bott than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discover has stood at the head of throat am lung remedies As a preventative of pneumonia and a healer of weak lungs it has no epual Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis dru store 50C and Trial boW freeFOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of th 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 ALLEN Withers Ky Stomache troubles are very com mon in the summer time and you should not only be very carefu about what you eat just now bu more than that you should be cart- ful not to allow your stomache tl become disordered and when tht stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparation that is offered to the people toda for dyspepia or indigestion oran stomache trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold here by Chas C Davis The American Tobacco Corn pony has purchased 3oooon pound of lowgrade tobacco from the the Burley Tobacco Society DyersburgTenn that I have used Foleys Orino Lax ative for chronic constipation and it has proven without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and it with pleasure I offer my conscientious reference Sold by Chas C Davis THEY ARK COMINGIEverything under encompassing statement but very appropriate and fitting in making a trite assertion relative to he manifold attractions and diversified ATGUTU3jJONES statement literally and add ja little of imagination and eqen then after seeing these Greater Shows there will be no subsequent indictment for exageration or pervesion of the truth Figeratively speaking the J AUGUSTUS JONES SHOWS haqe spread a dragnet over the amusement a a 4 zoological universe and hauled in the ropes hive made a scientific assortment of the great catch retaining all that was wonderful striking or sensational and cast awav the refuse If there is aught that has been overlooked it must be ethreul elusive or imaginary Every ave nue of possible innovation has been traversed Every field of possible feature has been ravaged- Aggrandisement and progression were the watch word originality the slogan and the date at Living ingston is Monday Ju he Jones Enormous Shows A GRAND FAMILY MEDICINE ClItgives me pleasure to speak a good word tor Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Aousion street New York IIt is a grand family medicine for lyspepsia and liver complications Nhile for lame back and weak kid eeys it cannot be too highly recom mended Electric Bitters regu late the digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vig 0 and vitality to the weak and de blitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store JGC Mr C Joonn a traveling mar of Lexington met a tragic ands ngular end in Louisvile Saturday vhile handling a diamond edge attler which was on exhibition in i cigar store He dieo a few hours after the snake had bit him NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to be nade for Foleys Honey and Tar the well known remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles The tad that more bottles of Foleys Hone Sad Tar are used than any other cough remedy is the best testimoni il of its great merit Why then risV aking some unknown preparatior vhen Foley s Honey and Tar cost vou no more and is safe and sure Sold by Chas C Davis Justice John M Harlan Monday celebrated his seventyfifth birth lay anniversary Mrs S Toyce Claremont N HI writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foleys Kidne Remedy It cured me of a seven ase of kidney trouble of severa years standing It certainly is r rand good medicine and I hearti recommend it Sold by Cha C Davis GRIND 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 of the stom ach liver and owelsR- efuse 0 substitutes Price Boo KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR cOUCHS OLDS fIOcAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED WA CARSON PAFNTER AN- DPflPERHABtrER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed LEVEL GREEN The farmers are very busy wook ing in their corn this pretty weather On last Sunday au 12 oclock the death angel visited the home of Jack McMulliu and claimed for its victim his aged mother who for onI ly a few days had been unconcious with a stroke of paralysis Theic was a large crowd down from Mt vernou and also from Freedom section Saturday to attend the dec oration at old Mt Pleasant church IMrs M B DeBord of Somerset passed through first e week en route to Mt Vi nn to isi reia tivth and triemi- j M fiuiluc uuU ruotci lUJ15 are on the sick l1sthlmer Mul liras sold to Bruner Coa cow for 31 and bought ot A C5utiv jdcl I v h 4J 01 LilUCoiij CuUi ia via lly fcl atives in these parts Saturday and SundayW S DeBoard and wife of Somerset were visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs John McKinney Saturday and Sunday G G Price na turned t m Louisville where he Las been at tending the medical college Dr T J Price nought of Mui lins a nice combined mare for 125 Mrs Bart Sams of Livingston is visiting her father J P Mul linsMrs J J Brown is visiting her son at PittsburgMrs Tanna Lawrence of Hyden is visiting Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence O H DeBord bought of J M Craig a mule for 125 Red Mullius bought of William H DeBoard a heifer for 18 Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times I could hardly get out of bed and when I dm 1 could not star straight I took Foleys Kidne Remedy One dollar bottle anc part of the second cured me entire ly Foleys Kidney Remedy works wonders when others are a total failure Chas C Davis The cross suits for damages ar rising from the collision off the Isle of Wright on April 25th between the Brittish cruiser Gladiator and the stem ship St Paul was heard in London this week BDCKLINS ARNICA SALVE WINS Tom Moore ot Rural Route i ochrau Ga writes I had s lad sore come on the instep ofmy oot and could find nothing that vould heal it until I applied Buck ins Arnica Salve Less than half f a 25 cent box won the day fa- ne by affecting a perfect cure old under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store OA S WZ 0hX ABun Slgaaturo I of A R W DYCHE DE1NTISTMT VERNON KY ffice in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac oryCrown and Bridge Work Specialty jrodhcad Marble Workfi BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monument ud Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Uso Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manage M L MYERS DentistEast Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On and floor 0I heBankof Mt Vernon on Churcl treet Special attention giver o collections Phone No 80 3 C MeGLARY Undertaker Embalmer oro lete 1Robestc l l Orders attenrJed i1I rvgli sdI tilgat II CENTAVegelablePre s sirailating theFoodati IRetuu the S limas andBowelsof PromolesDigestionJCtoeifiili ness andRestContaIns11eithti OpimuMorphine norMiaeraL NOT NARCOTIC lfeofoldfrS4kUflff1lR J Stetl lJif111Jll JIKraSced Stoar offlonr I Apeect Remedy for Cmtsllpaj tion Sour WorrasCoiwulsioiisFeverish nessandLoss OF SLEEP Fac Simile Signature NEW YORK wSSS Food S Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA SSacgDJe983K The New Store I iGot Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak alltkindsAll delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 56riW H CARMCAL Nextdoor to Bank of Mt Vernon iMt Vernon Kentucky x fSfi ESic or rt TNt ur Spring line of Shoes are in and we want to say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND LOW CUTSyajCall and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or n- otMcKENZIEJ SON 4 Ii Dont WorryIf you are sick dont worry but begin at once repeatthewomanlyills when we say TAKE Thirty EAR U It W1H Help You iastieenof Cambridge City Indsays I zu1fered greatly 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