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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 i Publ Fridayinuui vtnnt iAnlll VOLUME XXI MT ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 12 1908 NUMBER 37 i A oJ 0fTALKS Dont forget as these yourocashlW eEs- rCALICOESi 1 SCants 5 For the next days 1 I wil sell all i 10 articles at 7 cts 25H cICs cts f Sos 39 cts 100 cc7QCtS I 1 50 110 Q MENS rSuits worth i6oo now 1300 K 12001SuitsSuits worth 750 now550J I YOUTHS 1- 4 Suits worth 550 now- CHILDRENS 400 I Suits from 80 cents to 2ABoys Corduroy pants were f50 cents now 39 cents 4 Prices on Shoes the same as Bother goods Come while they las- tDontI forget the Cash I SKIRTS A lot of Ladies Skirts were to 4now 150 to 250 great bargain A lot of Linoluni Carpet Rugs I COME NO- WIGTJOHNSON Q K STORE Mt Vernon t NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest- to Kentuckians SHE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Hire Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky June 10President William Coedell Frost during com mencement exercises at Berea college announced that a contribution of 50 000 had been made to the Berea col lege school fund by an unknown east ern giver The money was donated on condition that one dollar for every dol lar given by the eastern party must be duplicated by subscription secured in Kentucky until the amount reaches 50000 When this is done the 400 000 necessary will have been raised and the matter of locating and build ing the school will be taken up Two hundred and ninety thousand dollars have already been raised The 50 000 contribution was pledged through James H Canfield librarian of Calum bia university New York City THE CONRADS ABSOLVED Not Indicted for Failure to Call Doctor for Dying Children Danville Ill June 10The grand jury of Vermillion county has held that it is not incumbent on believers in mental healing under the statutes of the state of Illinois to call physicians in case of illness in their families by refusing to indict John and Sophia Conrad for the death of their three children two eight and one thirteen years old several weeks ago A strong effort was made to obtain an indict ment holding the parents responsible but the grand jury refused to take the action desired by the state The Conrads are members of the Church of God according to their own statement and do not believe in the administration of medical treatment for sickness of any nature whatever When their children five In number fell ill with scarlet fever they nursed them personally and refused to call a physician One of the children died and neighbors brought the matter to the attention of the health authorities They refused to act In the interim another child died and the matter was then taken before the states attorney SITUATION SERIOUS Mroe Troops Have Been Asked in the Tobacco District Ripley 0 June 10Major Charles Becht and Colonel Hake of the first regiment who are in charge of the troops in the tobacco district held a conference and decided to ask for more troops the two officers agreeing that the situation Is very serious They de clare that more soldiers are needed to control the night riders situation Major Becht will meet Sheriff Cahall and the two will make an effort to have the governor send more troops to Brown county The soldiers have been given orders to kill any person caught destroying tobacco beds if he refuses to surrender when ordered to do so NOTED TRAINERS SUICIDE James Duncan Hangs Himself in Sta ble at St Paul St Paul Minn June 10Jas Dun can fiftytwo years old at one time the owner of stables In Louisville Ky the trainer of some of the fastest horses on the southern turf committed suicide here His body was found hanging in the harness room of a livery stable in which was kept a string horses he had been training He lost his fortune several years ago and for the last five years had worked In the barns of Minneapolis and St Paul Financial reverses and domestic troubles are believed to have preyed on his mind His wife secured a di vorce several years ago Arrested in Courtroom Hopkinsville Ky June 10George Barnes precinct chairman of the To bacco Planters Protective association was arrested while listening to the prosecuting attorneys speech in the night riding case against George Pow ell The warrant charges Barnes with night riding The jury In the Powell case returned a verdict acquitting the defendant Kentucky Democrats Indorsed Bryan Louisville Ky June 10 William J Bryan was unanimously indorsed by the conventions by legislative districts which were held throughout Kentucky for the purpose of naming delegates to th district and state conventions which in turn will name district dele gqtes and delegates at large to the na tional convention Laporte Ind June 10The auction sale of the personal property left by Mrs Belle Gunness was attended by between 4000 and 5000 persons Many of the articles brought five and ten times their first price It Is estimated that the total receipts were more than three times what they would have been at an ordinary sale De Wit 5 Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills are spld by Gas C Davis tax AH HA AH HAl Paris Journal Lays Recent Murders at Door of StateIParis June 10 the editor of the enmity to the Clemericeau government Is well known insinuates in the Patrie that the police do not desire to solve the mystery of the murder of Adolphe Steinheil the noted painter which oc curred more than a week ago Yet he says he could solve the mystery in an hour if permitted to do so He Insists that the alleged robbery of the Stein heil house never occurred The government deceives itself he continues if it imagines that this affair will die out It attracts more interest than many sensational crimes After the mysterious death of M Felix Faure the president of the republic on the day the decree for the revision of the Dreyfus case was to have been presented and he would have refused to sign after the pretended suicide of M Gabriel Syveton on the day before he would have been acquitted of as saulting War Minister Andre and now after the strangulation of Steinheil by three men and a woman who did not carry away even a spoon Parisians are menaced by a sort of mania Let an individual have in his pos session documents embarrassing to those in power and next morning he may be found with a bullet in his head a knife in his breast or a cord around his nbck- MINERS RETURN TO WORK Strike of Six Months Duration Sud denly Called Off Madisonville Ky June 10ActIng under orders from national headquar ters the strike of union miners which has been on In Hopkins Webster and Crittenden counties since January 1 has been called off by the national board members in thts district All the men who have been out on account of the strike are assured protection by the union officials and they will be as sisted in securing situations No rea son is given for calling off the strike Several hundred men were out WOMAN KILLS A WOMAN Finds Rival for Husbands Affections In His Company and Shoots Her Lexington Ky June 10Mrs Thos Murrill shot and killed Miss Mary Terry In Breathitt county It is said Murrill had deserted his wife and gone to live with the Terry woman Mrs Murrill armed herself and searched for them She found them together and shot Miss Terry three times kill Ing her instantly Mrs Murrill then went to the home of Magistrate I C Terry a relative of the woman she killed and surrendered She is now in jail at Jackson Emperors Bell Lost Clapper Cologne June 10The clapper of the famous emperors bell in the Cologne cathedral weighing several hun dred pounds crashed down on the floor of the edifice doing considerable damage The accident occurred while the bell was tolling an announcement of the Whitsun festivities Services In the church had not begun and only officials were present No one was In jured The bell recently had under gone repairs and the clapper had been rewelded Pawnee Chief to Marry Guthrie Okla June 10Stacy Mat lock chief of the Pawnee tribe of In dians and Miss Blanche Bill a Paw nee girl will be married at Carlisle Pa where the young woman is at tending the government school Miss Bill had not finished the three years course required by the federal govern ment but at the request of Represen tative McGuire the commissioner of Indian affairs removed the restrictions upon the young woman Boston Meat Famine Boston June 10A scarcity of beef in the local market has sent whole sale prices to a figure higher than has been reached since the beef strike sev eral years ago Whole cattle were selling at 123 cents per pound Deal ers said that the cause of the rise was due solely to the law of supply and demand and that they did not antlca pate lower prices until late in the sum mer Persia Pays Indemnity Tabriz June 10In view of the ex piration today of the ultimatum issued by General SnarsW commander of the Russian punitive expedition In Persia the shahs government has sent to the viceroy of the Caucasus at TIflis a remittance of 100000 as an indemnity for damages suffered by Russian sub jects at the hands of the Persian tribesmen New York Physician Slain New York June 10After lying in wait for nearly nine hours Sarah Ko net a young Russian nurse shot and killed Dr William Auspftz a physi cian in the vestibule of an apartment house last night The woman surren dered herself to the police declaring that she had shot him because he had wronged her College Town Goes Dry Cameron Mo June lOAfter the most exciting election ever held here this college town of 4000 voted dry by a majority of 56 out of a total of 740 votes Prominent women stood guard all day to prevent the removal of liquor which had been stored by the wets and searched a number of joints Established l88T VERNON FRIDAY SO cent Ha and OkVSisIBeing overstocked on certain lines it necessary we run our stock down and in order to do so we offer our entire stock of Shoes land Motions iAt 2O Per Gent Discount i IDress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discount of 5 PEB CENT i i F KRUEGER 5 SOt 1 i Mt Vernon y Kentucky Phone 87i3e8ae8 WILDIE Bom to Mrs Jalia Baker on the 9tha girlTwo of Mr Ham Daltons children are very low with typhoid reverMiss Myrtle Hayes is numbered with the sickMiss Anna Proctor was at Berea last week attending tl e commencement exercises of Berea Cillege and visiting her sisterMrs Granville Cox has been very sick for several daysMiss Mt1Mary Jones was in Vernon MondayStephen Dur hams children have typhoid fever AUo Mr Tom MooreMrs Liz zie Gadd the wife of Billy Gadd died last week after a long illness She leaves a husband and several childrenMiss Ma tie Butner of Mt Vernon was visiting in our town from Saturday until Tuesday Wipp Wyrix died at the home of Wm Cummins Thursday ofcon sumptionMr James Brown who has been seriously ill for several days is no betterMrs James Brooks of Roundstone is among the sick this week There was quite a large crowd out Saturday and Sunday to hear Bro Winkler who preaches at this place every first Saturday and Su n day in each month- CHAMBERLAINS 0 PAIN BALM It is an antiseptic liniment and prevents blood poi oning resulting aIIIsomaturation 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 The Presideut has appointed Capt Lewis Guion a member of the Vicksburg Nation Park Com mission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Gen Stephen D Lee Big cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are Lealed quickly by DeWitts Wit b Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Be sure to get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis J r y s1tttttttttttttTtt tttttt ttJttJttttttttttttttJt F Just Received0 rM Spring and Summer Line of w Dry Goods and Notions gWhich will be sold at lowest prices to be found any E where Also full line of Shoes Just received which will be sold at bottom prices = 11writesww + wJaJ STOKESw- s w On Easy Fork Skeggs Creek= Three miles South of Mt Vernon 3 awgener- alE blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a = specialtyLAND FOR SALECedar posts any size or length H J MULLINS JuneII3t Mt Vernon Ky A B Furnish sold to Willis Al len a farm of100 acres located in the Eastern part of the countv He also bought of Mr Allena mare Ance Boreiug has purchased the old homestead located in the Northern part of the county con sisting of 86 acres for which he paid 600 FOR SALEI have in my hands for saleone good house and lot in Brodhead and six good farm adja cent to the corporate limits of the town Those wishing to buy prop erty should see me before purchas ing I have some splendid bar gains to offer W A TYREI 683tf Brodhead Ky CASXOnAERrs the I liutvtf A mm tions held in the n9 couties of the dispel1edIKentucky Every county that in structed its delegates at all instruct ed them to vote Democrats to rep resent the Stateatlarge who woud cast their votes in the National convention for the Nebrakan County after county that did not instruct its delegates for Beckham McCreary Paynter James or any of theZother candidates for dele gate at large instructed them to vote for Bryan delegates In no instance was there an exception to this rule or a voice against Bry ans nomination It is also a certain prediction according to the instructions of the counties that ex Gov Beckham and Senator J B McCreary will be two of Ken tuckys Big Four Congressman Ollie M James of the First Con gressional district was named by many of the counties and it is prac tically sure that he will have the third place on thedelegation MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 12 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY UtiLM ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sljeet to the action of the Republican partyIWe are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party IT is a very narrow minded indi vidual who is not willing to con cede to others the same rights and privileges he claims for himselt r PEACE and harmony which pre vailed last Saturday in the Democratic Conventions held in the va rious counties of the state contin ued in the State Convention held at Lexington yesterday With united efforts on the part of Dem ocrats old Kentucky can always be counted upon to roll Democratic majorities ranging from 25000 to 40000 and with the peace and good will to all and malice toward none which seems to prevail in every section we can safely look forward for one of those old majorities for William Jennings Bryan next November Proceedings of the Rockcastle County Democratic County Con vention The Democrats of Rockcastle county met pursuant to call in the Courthouse in MtVcruon on Sat urday June 6th J008 at two oclock p m and were called to order by Jonas McKenzie Chairman of the County Committee and after ex plaining the object of the meeting announced that nominations were in order and C C Williams was du ly nominated for chairman and unanimously elected after taking the chair he announced that nomi nations fcr Secretary were in order when E S Albright was duly nominated and elected Secretary of the meeting Then upon motion duly seconded and carried the Chair appointed J W Brown James Maet Granville Owens F L Thompson and S H Martin a committee on resolutions which committee after retiring re turned and reported the following Resolved That wej the Demo crats of Rockcastle county in mass convention assembled reaffirm our faith and fidelity in and to the principles and policies of the Democratic party ami enunciate in its National platform and as exempli fied and proclaimed by our great leader William Jennings Bryan That we deplore the conditions in our great party in this State which led to its loss to us in the last State election That all personal and factional differences and feeling in the party must be cast aside so that all Dem ocrats can and will get together and redeem our State and place it back where it rightly belongs in the Democratic column this fall by one of the oldtime majorities That we recognize as suitable for delegates from the Stateatlarge to the Denver Convention any of the following gentlemen Senator James B McCreary Hon Ollie MI James Hon J C W Beckham Col W B Haldeman Hon James D Black and Senator Paynter That we appoint J W Brown C C Williams J M Craig F L Thompson Dr R H Lewis W H Owens and J H Barnett as del egates and alternates from this county to the Lexington Convention which meets on the nth in stant in that city and instruct them to cast the vote of this county in all matters coming before that con vention as a unit that they use their best endeavors to have the delegates from this State to the Denver Convention to cast the vote of this State for W J Bryan as the Democratic nominee for PresidentThe from this county are iustructed to cast the vote of this connty for Hon Jerry A Sulli van for member of the State Cen tral Committee from the Eighth Congressional district That they are instructed to cast the vote of this county for Hon W H Shanks for member of tht State Executive Committee from the Eighth Congressional districtI Which Gresolutions were duly adopted by the Convention BllODHEAD G L Waterbury has returned from a ten days prospecting tour through VaThose attending the Berea commencement from here were M B Bowling Conn and Tom Evans Urban Cass Buck Hughes M C and B E Albright and Ed Cox Homer Wallin is in town for a few daysA V Smith was in Lancaster on business last Monday Mr and Mrs H B Mc Clary of Dunrncr are here visiting Mr McClarys friends and relatives He is a former resident of this place but holds the cashiership of the Farmers Bank at Dunmor John Robins J Thos Cherry M B Bowling A E Hourigan Dr O O Stone and Fred Durham at teuded the funeral of F J Gezel at Crab Orchard last Sunday Your scribe had the honor as well as the pleasure of spending a day in the country with Mr and Mrs Bogue Smith Bogue has got a model country home and the way his wife can cook good things and his daughter Miss Lillie to entertain and Bogue to furnish the grub Under these circumstances if you dont have a good time yo j are sick and bad sick too Rals Wilmott of Lebaaon Junction was at home a few days this week Last Wednesday was Uncle John Sigmons birthday he being 64 Several of the young folks were invited and a regular feast was spread at the dinner hour All report a very enjoyable timeIf you dont believe Ed Smith is a carpenter just take a look at the new building he has just erected for Dr W E Graveley on Mai- uStDr W F Carter is spending a week with homefolks at Gratz in Owen countyC H Frith is in Louisvile on business this week M L Sullivan of Williamsburg was in town TuesdayOnly a very small crowd attended the circus Wednesday It was a good show and well worth patronizingA- M Hiatt is in Dunmor this week playing cashier of Farmers Bank at that placeA C McClary cashier ot Bank of Troy at Troy Ky spent a portion of this week here visiting his many friends and relativesMrs C M Durham and children of Campbellsville Ky have returned home after spending several days here the guests of Mis Mollie S Durham Mrs M E Wilmott and grandson W K Miller have returned from a weeks stay in Williamsburg the guest of Mrs Willtnotts daughter Mrs G W Brooks E R Gentry is spending a few days in Winchester Paris and Lexington J W Hutcheson is in Owen ton this week with Mrs Hutcheson and son James Edward Last Sunday was C H Friths birthday and several of his most intimate friends were invited in to help partake of a feast and it was a feast so they say Three livery barns in Brodhead now and then cant get a good rig A V Smith and W A Tyree have each just opened up one Urban Cass was in Stanford and Hustonville last Tuesday Miss Willie Benton has as her guests Miss Peak of Mississippi Miss Elizabeth Adams of Mt Vernon and Miss Cora Wright of Livingston Miss Clyde Watson has returned home from Mt Vernon where she attended Brown Memorial school George M Frith has returned home from Be collegeMiss Sigmon of Corbin is spending several days here the guest of her grandfather Uncle John SigmonW H Anderson of Livingston is at home for a few daysThe following crowd left Brodhead on a hay ride last Mon day night at 730 p m Misses Martin Watson Tharp Cass Sig mon Rosa and Eliza Pike Burdett IIandSmith O A and G M Frith Brack and F L Durham T W and Conn Evans Carter Stone Bowling Cass Hughes Martin Perkins E B Albright C R r ourlwayand Mrs B C nwhere the doors were thrown open and a crowd of young folks never had a better time Mr Andersons sons W H and Ker are certainly good entertainers Games etc were indulged in until 1030 p m when eating time arrived Then came t the feast A table loaded with all the good things imaginable was awaiting for us and for which the crowd did justice Mrs Mary Al brigh our chaperone started us for home at n oclock and we got hereby 12 A great time was had by all going We extend cur syu pathy to those who didnt attend for I am sure had they known what they missed they would for ever regret not going Buy Hair atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going- goneStop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years l Mado by J Ayer Lowell Mass Also manufacturers of B s lJerS MADE COMPORT AKLE Foleys Honey and Tar has curec 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 Bears the- signature of CONSUMPTIVES AILLYA4d By instructing for McCrery and Beckham the Democrats at many of the counties of Kentucky em phasized their desire for harmony in the party at Saturdays mass conventions to elect candidates tc the State Convention Ollie M J ones Col W B Haldeman ann Senator Paynter also received a large number of instructed votes for delegatesat large Bryan was universally indorsed for President and everywhere the resolutions de manded harmony The conventions were largely attended in neatly every county and great en thusiams was manifested Several counties instructed for Congress man Stanley for temporary chair man of the State convention- H C McDonald 61 years of age died at Huston Tex from a Jose of paris green taken by mistake for cream of tarter The State troops have been withdrawn from Montgomery count all tobacco plants having been outDr W W Durham charged with night riding was acquitted at Hopkinsville A careful fe llalvl sp keep tSppAleq WJi FL BAllARD5 SNOW LINIMENTA Positive Cure For SoresSprmnsCorns Bunions and all ills I iMrsberry Mo writes I haveused SnovLinimonfc and cantsay enough for it for Bhou maticra and all pains It is tohaveThree Sizes 25c SOc 100- BaHardSnowiJnimejifCo ST LOUIS MO i Sold and Recommended by Sold by CHAS C DAVIS J WAIT WE ARE COMING k At Livingston Mon ay June 15tn IN ALL ITS MAGNIFICENT SPLENDOR Jones Bnermous- Shews I 40O Men Women Ohildren Horses Beautiful Shetland Ponies Elephants and Camels 400 Europe and Americas most noted Lady and Gentleman Per former Acrobats Leapers Tumblers Aerialists Ex uilibri ts and Jesters JOOF AMERICAS FUNNIEST OF ALL FUNNY CLOWNS A Troupe of Highly Educated Dogs Shetland Ponies and Monkeys A HFd of P orfning Elephants A Most Magnificent PerformanceAll Featured and Rendered With Perfect Precision in the Vast Tents A Mile Long Line of otd ti 1ittefiIg- fia try t Parad Massive open Dens iud Cages of Wild and costly Animals Beau tiful Horses Trappings Charriots Tabeleaux Floats A Calvery of Richly Costumed Ladies and Gentlemen from all Nations Bands of Music etc All positively FREE at Noon on Day of Exhibition This Enormous ShoW Never Divides and Will Positively Exhibit Afternoon and night at IIVINSSTON MONDAY JUNE 15 DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and vill in a very short time strength ii the weakened kidneys and allay roubles arrising from inflamation If the bladder They are recommended everywhere Sold by Chas C Davis FAIR DATES The following is a list of Ken ack Fair dates so far as reported Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days jeorgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester August 4 4 days anville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesville August n 4 days BllODHEAD August 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days London August 264 days Barboursvilb August 19 3 days Somerset September i 5 days paris September i 5 days Monticello September 84 days Tired mothers worn out by the peevish Cross baby have found boon and a ChildIrenills so common jn hot weather Look for the ingredients printed h3rtn1fulNOTICE Call at W H Bakers next week for bargains Anke line of Queensware will go at cost 42 piece dinner set G4 98 Anice lot of odd pants and Men and Boys suits and hats at cost Silks 39 cts lo cent gingham at 6T4 cts only one 16 50 sewing machine left whichwill go at 1250 Best cali co 614 and 5 cents per yard Best line of shces in the county allwill go at cost These prices will con tinue till June the est Home ground meal for sale Callwhile these prices last W H BAKER Langford Kv CASTO JABears the WHITECream Verrnfuge THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONlrI THE BallardSnow Cch liT LOUt NO 10 CHILDHENIfirst uonatuial looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention The best thing that can be given is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrbce Remedy fol lowed by castor oil as directed with each bottle of the remedy For sale by Chas C Davis To THE INSURING PuiujcrOn April 8th I suffered a loss of my entire stock ol goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented by Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On May 5th I received a check in full settlement of yery dollar called for in the policy I can heartil recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH COLIC AND DIARRHU A Pains in the stomach coiic and di arrhoe are quickly relieved by the ase of ChamberluinS Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy When in need of such a medicine give it a trial For site by Chas U Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKSI M s0nflA1 aCthr ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished- on applicationALSO NT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences e raver- a lM df tewarf- a Iron 11 iJFence Cheaierthanwood Will last lifetime II 3ns Shtccls a d ElkR1 IROA raKS onP CINCINNATI O dull of tree shorn par ctii lope low races will surprise joa Call Ssta m j EORGE OWENS Proid AND SEE OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KTTCHEN FURWTHRE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Carpets aiand RugsI- N TIlE LATEST DESIGNS Raresandc Cook Stoves Trunks and Surf Cases Upholstering and Repair wor done on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALL o C COXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 11111mI f Just back from the city and have some of the ibest bargains to offer the people that have ev l m er been offered them in Rockcastle DressIIIGoods Clothing Men and AYomens Hats l 1111SAnd to those that owe nib you will come in and settle as I need the money pleaseIIfor my goods IIIA C HIATT IHIATT KENTUCKY 0 rConvenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoidr fed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu savingsfo idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you Lf are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the H bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts X regular ti you will call at the bank i THE BANK OF MT VERNON i INCORPORATED iJMT VERNON KENTUCKY it f ittttttttttttttttttt1tttJlt1ttttttttttt1tt t kT VERNON D 8KET CD 1 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS = FUNERAL DIRECTORS =2 AND =EMIUL3IEIIS rit Mt Vernon Ky 53 3CoffinsLicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points Ess Ae B FURNISH Ws H KRUECER f EPnone Proprietors 3 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111J11il111111111111 1111111111111 S MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June 12 1908 79 Call up No 79 when youwaatto COn1n uni cate with SIGNAL 79 JLml1 a 4 R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p nl 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secoud class mail matter PERSONAL rMr Jasper Rickels is very low W H Fish was in Stanford and Lnnccster Sunday Prof W R Dickerson was here for a few hours Monday Mr and Mrs E B Brown are visiting relatives here Miss Rose McFerron is visiting her sister Mrs E B Cox Atty C C Williams was in Lebanon Junction yesterday Miss Fanny Sparks is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville- J J Ping spent last week with relatives and friends near Level GreenMiss Mattte Butner was visiting relatives and friends in Wildie first of the week Mr and Mrs Frank Mers of Williauisburg are visiting relatives here this week Mrs Mollie Golden of Cbaffee Mo is visiting her father Mr J C P Myers Mrs H D Magee was the guest of her sister Mrs R A Sparks first of the week Dr Percy Benton was here Mon day evening to attend the meeting of the Chapter Maurice Brown agent at East Bernstadt is taking a few days va cation and is with relatives here Miss Mary Jones of Wildie and her friend Miss Murphy of Louis ville were in shopping Monday Mr McWhorter of Bradfords vilie spent a portion of the week with his sister Mrs R K Powell Mr and Mrs I Suodgrass are io from Colorado for a few weeks stay with his mother and other relatives Mrs Mary Taylor has returned from a visit to her son W T Tay lor at Quail who accompanied her home Sunday Mr J W Baker the Livingston merchant spent Monday and Tues day here looking after business mattersJ Moore of he Hiatt sec tion was called to Nebraska two weeks ago to pay the last sad rights of a sou to a mother Conductor C B Henderson writes us to send his SIGNAL to Miami Fla hereafter He has a position in the Q C yards at that point Attys C C Williams and J W Brown F L Thompson J M Craig and W H Owens were in Lexington yesterday attending the convention Mr and Mrs R B Mullins and daughter Miss Bessie were called to Corbin Monday on account of the death of the tour year old son of Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins G T Johnson and family have taken rooms in the old brick for a short time until he can make other arrangements for a home Mr Beaty will move into the prop erty vacated by Mr Johnson this weekDr E J Brown is back from Chicago where he spent a month or more attending lectures He was present at the meeting of the National Medical Association and took part in the deliberations of that great bodyInterior Journal Mr and Mrs T S Brannaman and children of Wildie were here Saturday and Sunday to visit her brother Geo C Moore Mrs Brannaman and children are now visiting in Jackson countyLon- don Sentinel Mrs Elizabeth Sowder ofBrod head mother of W H Sowder came to Mt Vernon Sunday for a weeks visit to friends and relatives This is her first trip to Mt Vernon in nearly forty years she having been an invalid for more than thir ty seven years For many years she was confined to her bed all the time but for the last few years has been able to take a few steps about the r9mceas day it 1 att W T Sharp from Langford Station was a pleasnnt and sub stantial caller at this office vester dayReports from London indicate that Elza Laugford who was shot six weeks ago Saturday is doing no good Mrs Nannie C Albright and mother Mrs Matilda Houk are spending the week with relatives at Brodhead John Harmon aged about twelve years came into the circus yester day and while in town was a pleas ant caller at this office His father Bob Harmon and J J Stokes the Skeggs creek merchant accompanied him o LOCAL Let us have street lights Mr S F Bowman and Miss Maggie Hansel will teach the pub lic school at this place this year The Brown Memorial School closed last Thursday night with a splendid musical program The Merry Widow play will be given at Brodhead next Wed nesday evening Mr H H Beaty has bought the residence of G T Johnson on Main St known as the M C Williams residence Price paid 1250 The L N will sell tickets to Louisville June 13 to 17 limited to June 26th at 412 round trip account of the International Sun dayschool Convention In our next issuewill appear the program of childrens day to be held at Maretburg June 21 It is a splendid program We can as sure all who attend ot a pleasant and enjoyable day Among those receiving honors in proficiency deportment etc of the Versailes public school there appears in the Eighth grade the name of Miss Hamie Estes who is well known to most of Mt Ver non people Jack Adams has started a feed and livery stable in the J T Ad ams barn He will also handle ice having recived a car load Tuesday which he will deliver every morning to any home in the corporate limits of the town Jack is certain ly a hustler and it is worth much to a town to have such progressive young men as he in it The Court of Appeals has affirm ed the judgment of the lower court in the case of Witt vs Western Union Telegraph Co sent up from Laurel circuit court Thecorn pang failing to deliver a message announcing the death of Mr Witts sister were the grounds for dam ages C C Williams was the at torney for the plaintiff and 400 the aiuount of damages awarded The Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute well convene at Brod head on Julv 6th 1908 All teach ers of the county and those holdirg certificates are requested to be in attendance the full session Let us have few excuses and come with renewed energy Respectfully yours G M BBIARD County Superintendent We want tosuggest that our town board of trustees follow the exam pIe of our neighboring town Brod head and put in some street lights which can be done at a nominal cost The lights referred to are made by the Incandesent Light Stove Co of Cincinnati each light is 1500 candle power and the cost of installing is about 50 for each light We certainly need them and we hope that our board of trustees who have thus far proven themselves equal to every emergency will take the matter up at once aC1tIOnSAD AFFAIR On last Tuesday John Croucher a well to do and highly respected citizen of the Scaffold Cane section cut a gash in his throat from the effects of which he can not recover At the time he committed the act he was preparing to go for a doctor to see his sick child and seemed to be perfectly alright Soon after do ing the deed he regained consciousness and talked freely of what he had done He said it was not pre meditated and that the only recol letions he had about it was that while getting ready to go for the physician he turned blind His wife died about a month ago and by many it is believed that the death of his wile was cause for the deed For more than a week he has been breathing through the opening made by the gash q S5555sssjjjjjjjjjjjj ofttt 000 eeeoeeoes e eoi0Y es eeNYeeeseoeeeooooeeoeoeedoeseoeooeeeeeeo eao 00000909cedees oeeeoeeeoose 0eoooo000oo0oeemseeees0aoe0oo0soecot I1 oceuo 5sooe Qo oeN 0- G N ftAp ee e 4 e0 eoes e0 0090 JJ r Do Your Feet a e eQ 000o c Feel Good 0099 GOD 0 60490CQ0 eec g If do not it is because are not Star Brand o01A6edoitooh Hoe iandfeel good right from the start with them there is no in 000Qcare e t a 001O0ee 0 e ay an as us to you two memoers o iaoe e 9 JeeYtlgiiandthe SOClSty 350 shoe for women and findout why im j nistarBrand Shoes are Betterij a0 eeeoOP 01618eeee Loeo0F3 Lz0099 oofe Q 9900 0 We are selIin o e Noeim Opt Mens3 1250 Suits at 1000 d0 m g08CIC a Og 0 Q Let us show youNeoll 00 e 0 Ioe flD ooe eoile3f 8 c p0 06oe e 0 ccQOCIJOI e 6eaG go ae MT YERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER g 000 e0 11 lone t7eOte 000 0009000 iOla so 90090 a agoCi go sC 300 oeoNOeocgDO 2- ijfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffH 0 C ClleeefIt8 eiJs Qi9N19 ICI RR0 fir fDt G CfQttetG OA t fJ NSSta 8880o I It 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 l0o0otlao0uoY I I 0 ctu0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 eeeY090Y00eeee000eeeYOYee6e00ie09yeeeeeYeeOe The hop at the Miller Hotel last Friday night was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed by those presentIweek to Mr William Helton and Miss Rethia Helton both of the Copper creek section NOTiCn The tax payers are herbv notified that the Sheriffs tax books for 1908 are now ready and I or either my deputies ate ready to receive your taxes R L McLERRON S R C The four year old son of Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins died at their home in Corbin Monday after an illness of two weeks of brain fever and spinal meningitis The re mains were laid to rest in the Cor bin cemetery A rather small crowd was in town yesterday to witness the per formance of the M L Clark Shows Time is worth too much to the farmers to lose a moment which is not necessary The exhibition was a very considerable one and those who attended felt that they got val ue received n LIV1NG8TOA Mrs R L Collier spent last week at theEight Gables T J Pennington has purchased the Eight Gables Restaurant of his brother S E Pennington and will remove his fjmily from Mt Vernon where he has been in the restaurant business for some time Mrs H D Magee and little Miss Klorelle Wright are spending a few days in Mt Vernon with Mrs R A Sparks and children- H R Wade dispatcher is in Cincinnati this week Miss Cora Wright is visiting Miss Willie Benton at Brodhead this weekMessrs J E Woodall J W Baker and C J Quiggins were in Mt Vernon MondayMr- W H Anderson Supt of the Ken tucky Division of the L Nwas here Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Hugh Jesse and family will move to Farriston shortly where Mr Jesse will work as operator We learn that J P E Drum monds and wife will go to house keeping in the Ward property as soon as Mr Jesse vacates it We HON HAF2 Vfif HSLM Who with bis private secretary left immediately after the time for ad journment of Congress for Panama and Manila for the purpose of better informing himself on our new possessions He will return in ample time to lead the fight for William Jennings Bryan as well as himself in the Eighth district which fight will soon be on are glad to inform the many anx ious friends of Dad Pope that he is much improved at this writing and wa hope to be able to say in our next letter that he is out among us as of old- Engineer C M Bowling has re turned from a ten days vacation G D Cook had the misfortune of losing a very fine cow Sunday morningMrs W M Prestons mother and sister who have been visiting here for two weeks return to Boston Ky Tuesday We led informed that Dr W J Child who has been in Chicago for some 4 or 5 weeks attending medi cal lectures will return home Friday night A few days after Dcc tor departed upon this trip his old est child Verna Brown Childress fell from a swing breaking one of his arms We did not make any mention of the accident in our letter knowing as we did the wide circulation ot the MT VERNON SIGNAL we knew that the Doctor would learn of the accident and it would greatly mar the pleasure of his trip consequently we left i- toutV H Starks and son Fred formerly of this place but now of Louisvile spent Thursday shaking hands with their many friends here Train Masters W O Chambers of Paris and W O Dilly of Leb anon Junction ere in town first of the week Mrs Sue Mullsns has added con siderable improvements to her ho tel and its surroundings She has just completed replasterin her hotel and has given all the fences and outbuildings a fresh coat of white wash which makes the entire surI roundings look cheerful and invit ing Mrs Geo Howell has taken charge andwill run it as a hotel again Mrs Mullins left for Lou isvillo Wednesday where she will purchase some new furniture for the hotelMiss Bettie Pennington has returned home after a very pleasant vise to friends and rely lives at BereaHope Parks and B Wright were in town Wednesday eveningThere will be two circuses in our little town one Friday the 12 and one Monday 15 There is also a ball game to be pulled off between Mt Vernon and Livingston on Monday Our boys beat them on their own Mt Ver nons grounds Saturday week and of course we expect to do the same thing here Monday Mrs Bowers 01 Parksville who has been visiting the family of her son Howard Bowers returned to her home Thursday YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Cavis r3 9 V O Convalescents need a large amount of nourishes 3went in easily digested form Scott J Etmtilision is powerful nourish g ment highly concentrated iItmakes bone blood and muscle without any tax on the digestion 4tALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO METROPOLTAYT- HE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drugp tationcy Qigar Tobacco paintp 01iand Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffyT S C DAVIS Prop- P oxE 53 MAIN STREET MT VEIINON KY WrIUN ERTAKER I M I Brodhead Ky I tv COMPLETE LINEh X Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly ft Filled 41IISsS4jW A1 COXIttl KYIIIPhone 948 MT VERNON SDI 42336 a This Percheron 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 shownjjby his pedigree Aside from his pedigree he is as good an individual as there is in the State He is coal black tine style and action and weighs twentythree hundred pounds PEDIGREE F o d e d April 15th 1904 Bred by M Brounard commune of Bordhuis Cou ton of Noce Department of Orne Sired by Courinesuil 43590 dam Rosalie 47823 she by Lavoisier 40513 2nd dam Saus Soucil 34804 she by Petite Capornl 14786 3rd dam Louisette 2954G she byj Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Favori 12874 5th dam Petite belonging to M Jous selin A more extended pedi gree can be seen at the stable- I invite the people to come and SEE 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 foldedIseason at the above named stable at 20 to insure a living colt Money due if mare is traded af ter being bred All care will taken to prevent accidents bu not responsible should any occur J C ADAMS Mt Veruon Ky Phone in 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 rich red blood that flows through the veins of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robust and it is the weakening of these digestive juices that destroys health It our own fault if we destroy our own health and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order Vhen you need to take something take it promptly but take something you know 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 COMMISSIONERS SALE Rockcassle Circuit Court R B Hatchers Admx Plff vs Commissioner Sale W H Forbes Def and Jason Brown Plff 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 towit One steam saw mill consisting of engine boiler saw carriage cab mandelledger belts pulleys and appertenances belonging to said millFor the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ap proved surety bearing legal inter est from day ofsale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder must be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to be made for Foleys Honey and Tar the well known remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles The fact that more bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar are used than any other cough remedy is the best testimonial of its great merit Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar costs you no more and is safe and sure Sold bv Chas C Davis ace Our line of Couch Caskets fttt is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnislied m Hearse sent to all parts of jm J is is COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 fOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign 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 orders received during the months of Jun July aud August After August 111 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate 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 you receiveHenry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is afternoonipaper anywhere 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 slightthas been known to cause the loss of a limb Hence everv 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 25cents a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whoopingcough Chamber lains Pain Balm an antiseptic lire iment for cuts bruises burns sprains swellings lame back and rheumatic pains Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for coustipation biliusness and stom ach troubles Chanberlains Salve for diseases of the skin One bot tle ofeach of these five prepara byChasFOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard wellwatered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS Ky THINKS IT SAVED His LIFE Lester M Nelson of Naples Naine says in a recent letter I Disjcocolds end I think it saved my life remedyforwould no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventative of pneumonia and a healer of weak lungs it has no epual Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 5oc and i Trial bottle freeThe May statement of the Lon don Board of Trade shows decrease of 42722000 in imports and 29 278500 in exports The principal decreases in imports were in food supplies and in raw materialof which 11250000 was in Ameri can cotton Stomache troubles are very com mon in the summer time and you should not only be very careful about what you eat just now but more than that you should be care ful not to allow your stomacbe to become disordered and when the stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparation todayforstomache trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold here by Chas C Davis SLANDER These is nothing that wings its flight so swiftly as calumny nothing which is uttered with more ease nothing listened to with more readiness or dispersed more widely Slander soaks into the mind as Welter soaks into low aud marshy places where it becomes stagnant tleied beneath the water or like the exItirpated them in one place are sprouting vigorously another The tongue of slander is never tired in one form or an other it manages to keep itself in constant employment Some times it drips honey and then gall It is bitter now and then sweet It will bide a curse under a smooth word find administer poison in the praises of love Like death itloves a shining mark and is never so available and eloquent as when it can blight the hopes of the noblemiuded soil the reputation of the pure and break down or destroy the character of the brave and strong That man or woman who at deprecitare aoove or aer does not thereby elevate him selfHe who indulges in slander is like one who throws ashes to the wind which comes back to the same place and covers him all over Never speak evil ofanother even with a cause- Remember we all have our faults and if we expect charity from the world we must be charitable our selvesRemember a word once spoken cm never be recalled Hear no ill of a friend or speak of an enemy Believe not all you hear uor report all you believe Be cautious in believing illof another and more cautious in reporting it Deal tenderly with the absent Say nothing that will inflict a woundon their reputation- On many a mind and many a heart there are sad inscriptions deeply engraved by the tongue of a tatler which no effort can erase They are more durable than the impression of the diamond on the glass for the inscription on the glass may be destroyed by a blow but the impression on the heart will last forever The less some have to dq for themselves the more they lend to the affairs of their neighbors- Of all things on earth the most miserable is the slicktongued tat tlerStudy to shun the company and influence of all characters that will debase you by so doing you will be a man or a woman whdther hated or loved that will shun the gates of a deceivers hell- Yours truly B A GXAND FAMILY MEDICINE It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Aouston Street New York It is a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kid eeys it cannot be too highly recom regulatethe blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and de bilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store joe The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 47162200 more than the require ments ot the 25 per cent reserve rule This is a decrease of 717 800 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previ ous week THE BESTfPiLLs EVER SOLD After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C Told under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 25c The Supreme Court of Missouri decided the State grainweighing law to be unconstitutional on the ground that it permit ofa multi plicity of suits 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 jI V 9THEY ARK COMINGIEverything under encompassing statement but very appropriate and fitting in making- a trite assertion relative to the man itbld attractions and diversified features of the J ATGUSTUS JONES SHOWS Construe the littleieqen ter seeing these Greater Shows there will be no subsequent indict ment for exageration or pervesion of the truth Figeratively speaking the J BUG USTUS JUNES SHOWS haqe spread a dragnet over the amusement and zoological universe and hauled in the ropes assortmeuti sensrMIit must be ethreal elusive or imaginary Every ave Lue of pcssible innovation has beea traversed Every field of possibl- feature has been ravaged- Aggrandisement and progression were the watch word originality the slogan and the date at Living ingston is Monday June t s for the Jones Enormous Shows Special forecast The Missouri ricer flood at Kansas City will crest during Wednesday at a stage of 26 feet or possibly a few tenths of a foot higher The Missippi at St Louis will continue to rise and from present indications a stage of between 32 and 33 feet is indicated by about Monday next The low erRed River will also continue to rise and if the levees hold a stage of between 385 and 39 feet is in dicated at Alexandria La by June 19 There are no present in dications of unseasonable high temperature in any part of the United States In the Middle Eastern and Northwestern States the weather of the last three days will be generally fatr with moder ate temperature A barometric depression that will appear over the Rocky mountain districts on Wednesday will move slowly east ward over the plains States Thurs day crossing the central valleys Friday and Satnrday and reach the Atlantic coart Saturday or Sunday- I teal rains anda slight rise in temperature will attend the advance of the rain area and follow ing its passage there will be a day or two the beginning of next week of somewhat lower temperature from the north central valleys to the Middle and North Atlantic coastMrs S Toyce Claremont N H writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine and I hearti ly recommend it Sold by Chas C Davis CRIND LaxativoPleasant Syrup to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes PrieD 50o KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUGS WITH Dre Kings New Discovery FOR mOUCHS OLDS ISOcAND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES SATISFAOrORYIOR vIA CARSOL PAFNTER AN- DPAPERflANtER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed l IfI 2SPIRO Rev A J Pike is exp cted to fill his regular appointment at Fret dom Saturday and SutdtyMrs WjMinkSaturday Dr Carter was called and pronunced their illness colera morbus and soon relieved them amonfIMr and Mrs Fred Hahn were vis WillIat Saturday and Sunday Miss Ethel Capps is spending this week with her sister Mrs1 HansfordltMisses Lola and Dortha Owens have returned home from after spending a PulaskII with their grandmother Mrs GofIMr Marion Hnnliu and sister Miss Maggie of Mt Vernon attended Sundayschool at WmeDillingham of Clairfield Tenn is spending the week with home folks Messrs W H Owens of ofIJ O Scoggius of Bromo was visiting in this part Saturday and Sunday 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 did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy One dollar bottle and part of the second cured me entire ly Foleys Kidney Remedy works wonders when others are a total failure Chas C Davis The Supreme Court of Missouri handed down a decision Saturday deciding that liquor dealers have a right to ship intoxicating liquors into local option counties C O P when tale is made where shipment is made BUCKLINS ARNICA SALVE WINS Tom Moore of Rural Route i Cochran GH writes I hada bad sore come on the instep ofm foot aud could find nothing tha would heal it until I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve Less than hall of a 25 cent box won the day fo me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store The Ohio troops who are patrol ing the district infested by niglt riders say they are tired of temper izing with the night riders and hereafter will shoot to kill OAS T 4Bears Bignlture of 4 R W = N Office MT in the All Work tory Crown Specialty jrodhe MYERSTha Granite and and Tombstones by Also Agents D B M L Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT Z OFFICE On 2ccl floor o the Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given m collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer lomplete IRobesrdersbyrrelephune attend ed promptly Stanford Ky I- Ii j I CR1A h o ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT rAswgulaiL eel Promotes Digestionchee IIII neilbaoNOT NARCOTIC h rtjuJOIdDcldl1lDPlIT1lEl SdMcdttleSdt AniseSttrl + e7thF etrdasIIc fftAperfectllemedyforCansfipaa nesstuulLOSS01 SLEEP aF liFacSinidc Signature oi NEV YORK G4u 0 Guarantee un rtheFood Exact Copy of Wrapper r J CA3TORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought Bears the Signature of In Use Over Thirty Years- TCASTORIA v 3 C3 I 1 The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts V PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes ft- Q Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap r- i orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked JL w Beans Beef staakv and Meats of all VJ kinds n All goods delivered in town When you j 56IQf W H CARMCAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon i KentuckyAc3 C 3 e8pd c JoC It A our Spring line of Shoes are in and we wantito say that there is no place in the county t I where you can find a better assortment more W stylishuptodate line than ours 1 LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES i LOW CUTS 4Call andexamine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIE SON A y 1C i A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy to girls and irregularityfallingother form of sickness peculiar to females I TAKE Always For recommended CARDUII It Will Help You Jm Mrs x C Beaver of Unicoi Route No lr Mar bearingdownpains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles I cannot mention but I took Wine of Cardui usedforAT ALL DRUG STORES J