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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t FridayIhut vnnn ignall VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1908 NUMBER 3 E3E cE i U A Aat- JTALkS LOUD Dont forget your cash as these are cash prices g WBEST CALICOES i SCents i3Oda4yIwi1 10 cent articles at 7cts i 25a d IQCts ii So 39cts I 100 n 79 cts j 150I flIO MENS 1- j 1 Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth i Coo now 1200 xSuitsSuits worth 8no now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 1 YOUTHS I- ISuits worth55o now 400 J I CHILDRENS Suits from 80 cents to 2 I Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 cents i I Prices on Shoes the sam tother goods Come while they last 1 1 ii Dont forget the Cash SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts were to 4now 150 to 250 Ha great bargain f i A lot of LinoliumiCarpet and Rugs I5 Tr COME NOW I- IGTJOHNSON iO K STORE Mt Vernon Ky J BltODHEAD Mr and Mrs H B McClary ave returned to their home in Dunmor after spending ten days ere the guests of friends and latiYes They were accompanied by Mr MclJlarys brocher and in the future he will his future home with MrI BIBowlingb veryedsidelow of stctnache trouble Miss Beulah Wallin of Crab Orchard is spending a few days here the guest of VallinlTheand Mrs Whim Adams died of whooping cough last Friday night and was peacefully laid to rest Saturday P Mat the Albright hurrying ground mid a crowd ot sorrowing friends and relatives The bereaved ones have our heart felt sympathy Miss Lillie Smith of Hiatt visited her uncle Mr Amos V Smith Sunday and Monday Dr and Mrs Benton and daughter Miss Willie were in Stanford shopping last TuesdayC H Frith was in Lancaster and Richmond on business last weekMrs H H isHutchesonspending a few days with her sister Mrs W E Gravely Mrs Brown ing of Livingston is here for a few days with Mr and Mrs D B RamboMiss Lillie Albright of Barboursville is a charming guest AltWednesday night at the Opera House A comedyDrama in five acts Dont fail to Bttend or you will forever be sorry Proceeds to go to the Christian ChurchOwen Cass is in Louisville with his grandmother Mrs S A Cass Miss Angie Hunt of Maretburg is visiting Mrs Walter Miller Miss Ilellen Thurmond of Stan ford is now smiling behind the railing in the Citizens Bank She will be here for two months w THINKS IT SAVED His LIFE Lester M Nelson of Naples Naine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Dis covery many years for coughs and colds end I think it saved my life remedyforwould no more be without a bottle than I would be without food It 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 free SPIRO Bro Pike preached a very interesting sermon at Freedom last SundayMr Add Sowder and family of Garrard county is visiting Mr Rile Owens this weekE Gentry has gone to Hazel Patc this week to workMrs Goff and Mrs Ben Vankook of Pulaski spent a few days last week wit Mrs Goffs daughter Mrs Sophia OwensMr Dock Owens of Brodhead is spendingthis week with relatives hereMr jghu Sowder and family of Hansfordpent Saturday and Sunday with W O McKinney The little daughter of Mr an Mrs J H McKinney has Pneu monia feverMisses Minnie and Lizzie Gentry were pleasant visitors at this place last Sunday FAIR DATES The following is a list of Kentucky Fair dates so far as reported Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster JnlY293 days Winchester August 4 4 days Danville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesyille t 114 days BItODREAD August 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days London August 264 days Barboursville August 19 3 days Somerset September i 5 days Paris September i 5 days Monticello September 8 4 days Big cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big one i are healed quickly by DeWitts Wit b Hazel Salve It is especial getDeWitts NEARLY TOTAL ECLIPSE PATH OF SCHEDULED PHENOMENON SUN WILY BE ALMOST TOTALLY OBSCURED FOR MORE THAN TWO HOURS JUNE 28TH On Sunday morning June 28th there will be almost a total of the suu Should the eCliPseI clear on that date midd y seem like the dusk of the evening Tie eclipse will begin at Washing ton D Cat 92 oclock in the morning and will end at 1241 oclock making the hours it will be visible in this section of the country from 1027 oclock until 141 oclock Our time being one hour later than Washington time The eclipse will be total in Southern Florida and about 75 per cent of total in the other sections There was a partial eclipse of the sun last January but at that time only a small part of the sun was obscured and then only fon a few minutes and as a result it was hardly noticeable except by astronomers but the eclipse scheduled for the latter part of this month will be visible with the naked eye while most of the sun eclipses of the past were only visible through smoked glasses- PROGRAMM1 i Song Maretburg choir z Opening address Rev C C Metcalf 3 Welcome addresses Master Dock Hopkins and Burdette Owens 4 Song Freedom choir 5 Recitation Miss Ray Hunt 6 Sunshine band concert Recita tion Twelve children 7 Address Edd Gentry 8 Song Brodhead choir 9 Childrens day Julia Dodd 10 Song Four small children 11 Little Seed Sowers concert Recitation Nine children 12 Address Zeb Hall 13 Song Rose Hill choir Dinner One hour 14 Address Brother Cass 15 Why Did Our Fathers Make The Flowers Seven boys 16 Recitation Lena McCall iv Recitation Virginia Martin 18 Childrens Day Two girls and two boys 19 What Kind of Man I Want To Be Eight boys 20 The Rainbow Seven girls 21 Recitations Sallie Rey nolds and Rilda Chandler 22 Addresses Different Speakers 23 Songs Different choirs Announcements 24 Closing Song The Parting Hands Freedom choir 25 Adjournment Everybody far and near cordially invited Bring full baskets enjoy yourself and have a good time Mrs S loyce Claremont N H writes About a year ago I bought Kidneyhcase of kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a heartihby C Davis QUAIL Wheat harvesting is the order of the dayJ W Proctor has ty phoid feverRevs Jacob Elder alongdat Mt Olive church in Lincoln county The have a large attendance Nathaniel Gooch and fami lv spent Saturday night with his brotherinlaw H G Sutton David proctor has been doing some carpentering for P Q Griffin Lamar Thompson will teach the Owens school this year and a Miss DeBord the Proctor school Ben and George Albright and Bant Hamm will soon be ready to start out with their new threshing machine A protracted meeting will be held at Providence in August conducted by Rev J L Chingman of IndianaDeputy Sheriff John Robins of Brodhead was through tills section Friday lastCleo Wheeldon our barber will soon be ready for business W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This is to certify that I have used Foleys Orino Laxative for chronic constipation and it has proven without a doubt to be forIthiS Established 1887 13Z X O o Being o DICONTI i necessary we run our stock down and in order to do so we offer our entire stock of U Shoes Cfof icand Notions t At SO Per Cent Discount IOress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discount of 15 PER CENT iI iia i i if Fy KRUEGER S SONy i Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 87 COMMISSIONERS SALE Rockcassle Circuit Court R B Hatchers Admx Plff vs Commissioner Sale W H Forbes Def and Jason Brown Plff vs Commissioner Sale W B Forbes cDeftB-y virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Cir cuit court rendered at the March term thereof 1908 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 credit of six months the following de scribed property towit One steam saw mill consisting of engine boilersaw carriage cab mandell edger belts pulleys and appertenances belonging to said millFor the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with ape proved surttty bearing legal inter est from day ofsale until paid and having the force and effect of judgment Bidder must be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C LAND STOCK AND CROP FOR SALECedar posts any size or length H J MULLINS June II3t Mt Vernon Ky FOR SAIEI have in my hands for sale one good house and lot in Brodhead and six good farm adja cent to the corporate limits of the town Those wishing to buy property should see me before purchas ing have some splendid bargains to offer W A TYRE 683tf Brodhead Ky DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and strengthIof the bladder They are recom mended everywhere Sold by Chas C Davis ir l 1 f s a I a a I r 1 tt14 ttttttttwI Just 0 ciivedIw= Spring and Summer Line of = E Dry Goods and Notions r w Vfhich will be sold at lowest prices to be found any 3 swjust received =tz which will be sold at bottom prices = IantyGroceries = Ew kept continually on hand at lowest prices = STOKESw CoewE Three miles South of Mt Vernon wEE P S Remember that in connection we have a gener w- w =al blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a =specialty = UUiiiillilliltillillliiiliiUiilii iiiiiUIUlUiiiliilllliiiiilillHl S DOG TAX LAW UPHELD BY APPELLATE COURT The constitutionality of the dog tax law enacted by the General Assembly of i9o6 was upheld this morning by the Court af Appeal Judge Barker writing the opinion Chief Justice O Rear Judges Nunn and Carroll dissent The case at bar is that of W Glore Sheriff against Womack on appeal from the Carter Circuit Court After disposing of the objection to the law that it violates section 51 of the Constitution is its title the court holds that it is not a violation of sections 171 172 or 174 It holds that the law was intended for police regulation and not a rev enue statute Declaring that dogs are appropriate subjectsof regulation under the police power of the State the court says this is estab lished by an overwhelming ofjudicial authority and unquesj tionably it is entirely prohibitWedo not thing it can be doubted that if it is competent for the Leg islature to prohibit the ownership of dogs or to prohibit them running at large it is also compe tent to impose any other regulation which in its wisdom is best adapted to promote the sheep industry CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BALM It is an antiseptic liniment and resultingfromso canses the parts to heal without maturation and hi 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 Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute well convene at Brod head on Julv 6th 1908 All teachers of the county and those holding certificates are requested to be in attendance the full session Let us have few excuses and come with renewed energy Respectfully yours G M BBLARD County Superintendent MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June i9 1908I Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject 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 0HARMONY PREVAILED The Lexington convention last week was one of the most harmoni ous gatherings ever assembled Everybody was willing and ready to let the past be the past and join hands with each other in an united effort to regain that which was lost and to do with increased energy exGov Beckham who no doubt thinks he has as great a grieveance as any other Democrat could have declares for harmony and pleads for united efforts in the fight for Democracy and his speech deliver ed at the convention we copy here with in full Mr Chairman Ladies and Gentlemen It is indeed a great pleasure to me to again face an audience of Kentucky Democrats It is a greater pleasure to see such a magnificent gathering of representative Democrats of this State and to see such unbounded enthusiasm among them It speaks well for the future I join in with the utterances of other distinguished gentlemen who have spoken from this platform in urging upon the Democrats of Kentucky that it is upon this occasion in the great fight of the year if you have not been so in the past you willat least be harmonious and united for the great battle of 1908 My friends an injustice has been done me if anybody has been led to believe that I sought for myselfany favor at the hands of this convention Relieving as some of my friends did that my candidacy for temporary chairman might be of some service to the interests of the Democratic party not as a reflection upon the distinguished gentleman who occupies that place believing that they might want to beat some element which was seeking the control ot the Democratic party in this State they asked me to let my name be used as a candidate for that position and as soon as I came here and found out that delegates believed that these honors should be distributed I cheerfully and quickly withdrew from any such contest lam not one of those Democrats who need any office or any honor in the gift of the party to make me support my party nominee The morning papers or at least some of themJ announced that Beckham and his friends had been beaten My friends that may be true but never could I be beaten so hard as to be driven out of the Democratic party I would not immitate the example of others in the time of defeat within the ranks of the Democratic party by sulking or bolting the nominee of that party A Democratic convention composed ot the best blood the best brains of Kentucky citizenship can never beat me or beat my friends so that when the election time comes we will not walkup to the polls with earnestness and with zeal and record our votes in favor ofthe party nominees My friends the Republican party in Kentucky has never yet won a victory upon its own merits Upon each occasion when it has been successful it has been due to the treachery and defection of Democrats Surely the people of Kentucky have hadenoughot that Nothing shall come from my lips during this campaign nothing shall be none by me during the proceedings of this convention that would throw the slightest obstacle in the way ofa united Democracy or in the way of the triumphant election of our splendid leader William Bryan There is nothing that I seek for myself The Democratic party of Kentucky has done enough for me It has done it may be for me more than I des rvedandall that I ask of a Democratic convent ion all that I ask ofmy Democratic brethern in Kentuckv is the privilege of a private citizen of rendering my humble services to the influence of Democracy and to the support of the party Let us Lave harmony let us send delegates to your National Convention instructed to vote for William J Bryan Let there be no question about that But my friends I say not in a spirit of criticism of any one I say in the most generous spirt that I welcome most cordially back into the party those who have not stood with us in the years gone by Twelve years ago in these very Chautauqua grounds about this time of the year a Democratic convention was held and delegates were sent to Chicago and I went there with them andwitnessed that nomnation of W J Bryan I was his friend and admirer then I stood by him in that great fight and I believe now as do most intelligent Democrats that if it had not been for the corrupting power ofenormous sums of money he would have been unquestionably elected President in thatyear In erch of his races I have been his friend and his admirer Though twice he went down in defeat I was among the first to reach him and whisper in his ear words of encouragement as to the future And wilh a united and triumphant Democracy I believe that in next November the people will Vive him that which is his due by reason of his splendid patriotism and his magnificent attainments the high est office within the gift of the American people Let your deliberations therefore be wise and conservative let no man say anything or do anything to break the harmony that seem to exist upon this occasion Let us all join hands together no matter what may have been our differences in the past so that Kentucky by every tradition by reason of its citizenship its man hood and its womanhood a Democratic State shall be restored to the Democratic column in next NovemberNow friends I believe that I can no longer trespass upon your time The committee which you have named should meet as soon as possible and deliberate upon their work that the convention may organize and do its work I say therefore I cannot longer delay you and interferes with the work of these committees I want to thank you for the courteous treatment that you have accorded me I know ofno way to reciprocate except in loyal service to the principles of our party and in an earnest support of its nominees I thank you Powers and Howard have been pardoned and so far as the law is concernedare free men from the heinous crime for which they have been held prisoners for the last eight years BRYAN already has 25 more in sjructed votes than necessary to nominate Twentyfive more electoral votes next November than necessary for a choice will sound lots better REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republican National Con vention was called to order in Chicago at noon Tuesday and Temporary Chairman Burrows delivered his keynote address Aside from the demonstrations when President Roosevelts name was mentioned there were few evidences of enthusiasm An effort by the Ohio delegation to start a demonstration for Secretary Taft evoked only a few scattering yells from outside delegations and spectators Aft rthe presentation of names for the various com mitts the conyenUpnadJQurned to meet again Wednesday at noon The Committee on Credentials and Resolutions held animated sessions Tuesday night the former passing on contests and the latter hearing arguments over various i planks of the platform Steamroller methods continued- to prevail when the contests were taken up by the Committee on Credentials The Kentucky con tests after two hours of argument were quickly settled in favor of the Taft delegates The vote on the First district contest was 41 to 4 in favor of the Taft men and this was a fair index to the results generallyThe stion of a nominee for the vice presidency is still up in the air The only pronounced feature of Tuesdays conferences was an apparent strengthening of the boom for Gov Cummins of Iowa This was due to meetings of the Iowa delegation in the interest of harmony and these meetings are said to have developed the fact that only three men onthe delegation were opposed to the plan to name an Iowan as the candidate for second place The injunction plank in the platform caused long debates Senator Long of Kansas one of the members of the Subcommittee on Resolutions said the plank would declare against summary action by the courts withou recommending anything that would lessen the dignity and prerogatives of the tribunals as established by long practice The absence of Senatorelect W O Bradley in the Kentucky delegation at the opening of the convention caused comment among the National leaders Senator Bradley has been a prominent figure at National conventions for years and was generally at the head of the Kentucky delegation Mrs Lucy A Clark of Utah the only woman delegate to the convention defined her position on womans sufferage clearly She has the backing of her delegation for the injection of a plank in the party platform calling for the National enfranchisement of womenNOTICECall at W H Bakers next week for bargains Anice line of Queensware will go at cost 42 piece dinner set 4 98 A nice lot of odd pants and Men and Boys suits and hats at cost Silks 39 cts lo cent gingham at 6 Y cts only one 1650 sewing machine left which will go at 1250 Best calico 6 and 5 cents per yard Best line of shoes in the county allwill go at cost These prices will con tinue till June the ist Home ground meal for sale Call while these prices last W H BAKER Langford Kv CONSUMPTIVES MADE COMFORT ABLE 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 T- arCASTOR I A ChildrenIBears the- mgnature of ct8f I should sufferers Women uses l TAO MAK DONT- let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe head chep have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs attention Tr Herbine the great liver regulator lip BlUOUS11ness Mrs E C Morrison Houston Texas writes 1 have suffered foryears from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no relief until Itried Horbine and was completely cured Iuse it always PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by Sold by CHAS C DAVIS LI VlNSTOiN Mr and Mrs G rome Adams and son Helton were visiting relatives and friends in Corbin last weekMr and Mrs RJ Lemonds and little daughter Elizabeth were in Louisville last week Carter Dugger has returned after a few days spent in LouisvilleC H Hanson manager of the Livingston Lumber Co has returned after being absent for some months and informs us that their mill will resume operation about July 1st whichwe are pleased to hear Well the Mt Vernon Ball Team came down Monday and threshed our boys badly Our boys could not interest them The game was cilled in the 7th inning on account of score keeper E S Albright be coming weary in marking up scores for the Mt Vernon boys they having made sir uns andour boys only 2 1 his is even games as our boys beat them two weeks ago So lets have the deciding game boys and then scalp them proper Emma Pennington was in IMisS visiting Tuesday Wilson niece of Mrs J E Woodall left Wednesday for Los Angles Cal where she will enter school Miss Lucy Lee Mahan the young Lady Evangelist and her father Mr Lee Mehan took supper with Mr and Mrs W W Wright at the Eight Gables Monday Miss Ma han will go from London to Louisville the first of the week and has promised to stop over and preach at the Christian church one night on her way to Louisville Mrs Eberlin and Mrs Pollard of London were guests of Miss Lida Cook Monday and Tuesday Mrs H C Rice is lepainting her cottages on High street which adds considerably to their im provementsL was in Louis ville fiistof the weekThe Clark Circuis which was billed for this place Friday I2th did not mater a ice en account of the exorbitant license which our town board ex acted of them which we are told was 2500 which looks to the publi was done to freeze them out which they were successful in doing claiming as their reason for doing that it takes all the money Iso of towns Dont be selfish boys want hall because you have the authority to grind your axes upon the publics grindstone Dont abuse that authority by wearing out the grindstone Bearing in remberauce that you were elected by he majority ot the people to make ordinances relative to the best interest of the majority and not to your own individual selves and if it is your intention to caltfbegin at home and put the ice to them and I am sure you will have not our dissenting voice against your actions in freezing others out But lets treat the public with the courticies due it and not be cen cured by the public as discrimi nating Mrs J B Eberlin and Mrs Earnest Pollard of London were down to attend the funeral ot Mrs Graves Mrs Lee Mahan end daughter Miss Lucy Lee the Evangelist also of London and Mr and Mrs Hardin of Farriston were here upon the same mission That grim reaper death visited our city Sunday evening andat 230 oclock with that alldevouring cythe cut the little thread of life which launched into eternity the spirit of that noble and devout Christian lady Mrs W E Graves nee Chesnut who was born Dec loth 1853 and who was led to the marriage alter April 6th r87t and to this union there were born eight children six boys and two girls who with their father one sister and one brother are left to mourn the loss of a true and faithful wife B kind and loving mother and a devoted sister And to those bereaved sans daughters husband brother and sister we would say we know it is heartrendering to give up the one whom you loved so well but oh what asweet consolation it is to know that she is relieved of all pain andsuffering and has only left you here for a litle while and has gone on before to take up her abode in that man sion prepared for all who live as this good sister lived and die as she died She was a member of the Christian church and ever lived a consistent chrjstian life We ex tend to all of the bereaved relatives our heartfelt sympathy and admonish them to live so upon this earth that when they come to cross the dark river of death that they may be able to say It is finished I have fought the good fight and 1 am now ready to go and join that saintedmother in that mansion above where all is beauty and all is love The funeral services which were conducted by her cousin Miss Lucy Lee Mahan were as swe t and as appropriate words of conso lation as ever fell from mortal lips after which the remains were laid to rest in the Gresham burying ing grounds to await that bright and gladsome resurrection morn How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disor der of the bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constipa tion or costiveness When the trouble comes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which anyone can obtain for 50 cents or 1 at a drug store We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do is to have a bottle of this remedy always in the house You take it at night on retiring for example and when you wake up in the morning at your usual hour it produces its results yourheadand spry once again your appetite has returned and you arc ready to work with enthu siasm and vigor All this may not have taken more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bad when you can feel good for so littler Dr Wilson Brown of Metropolis III has no SyrupPepsinfrankly admits to his patients that if they used it when the stomach liver or bowels trot out of order they would have less need of him It is without doubt the best cure for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulenoydiarrheayoung It is a thousand times better than salts or purgative waters acts gently but surely is pleasant to the taste does not gripe and cures permanently IIbottleFREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr wells Syrup buy leg can have a free sample sent to their addressing the This to Hattie remedy as and to those have taken It send for it symptoms of or disease yet most for guaranteed permanent THE So Sure productbearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg Montlcello III Do NOT NEGLECT THE CHILDREN At this season of the year the first unnatural 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 To THE INSURING PUBLIcOn April i8th I suffered a loss of my entire stock ot 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 every dollar called for in the policy I can heartil3 recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH COLIC AND DIARRHEA Pains in the stomach colic and di arrhoe are quickly relieved by the vise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera aad Diarrhoea Remedy When in need of such a medicine give it a trial For sale by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKSI IM anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences Bps tewari1 Iron Fence fCheaper than wood Will last a Ufetlmo IllJUchtit hard Fair teals 1K4 11CRY laox x lj CINCINNATI O w oilslodsri Cell sd UIGEORGE OWENS Proid 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 the ills so common in hot weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harm ful drugs Sold by Chas C Davis l COMEt AND SEE OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Carpets M8ffis and Rugs IN THE LATEST DESIGNS Ranges and Cook Stoves Trunks and Surf Oases Upholstering and Repair work done on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALL c ci coxOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 I = it IIInnust back from the and have some of the n unIITerms Cash and Produce iAndto those that owe me you will please l come in and settle as I need the money to pay goodsI IIAa C HIATT ATT KENTUCKY t xcc- a Convenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as permanent IMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is iniinvestment you can compute the net returns Small amounts may be added at any time A savings i account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are 1 W idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the ift entire amount at any time With a determination to save you n are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the jQ bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts w X regular you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNONP INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY 9 8 D DC w w ttttttttttttttttttttJlttttttttttttt1ttt 1 AT VERNON CJBKBT GDMw PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS = AND- EMBALMERS ==S Mt Vernon Ky s COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes = Licened 1mbalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company E3 a Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 A B FURNISH W H KRUECER ff Pnone Proprietors a 3llU1UU1111Ul1UW1UUnl 1 lU1UU1 lU1U1UWU11UW1UU1Ul 1I MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June Ig i90S 79 whenyoucote with SiaiMAL 79 0 6 RRCo TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south m124 p 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Aft Vernon Ky Postoflice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs E B Cox visited her par ents at Pine Hill Miss Beulah Wallen is visiting Miss Roberta Davis T J Bowling has been on the sick list since SaturdayIMr and Mrs T M Noe have been very sink for the past week Conductor John D Miller was with homefolks for a few days this weekW H Fish was over at Level Green Monday setting up a new reaperMiss Hallie Brownof Preachers vine is the guest of the Misses ThompsonMrs R Baugh of London will start next Monday for Colorado for her health Judge L W Bethurum was in Somerset Tuesday looking after some legal matters Mesdames J W Brown and Cleo Brown are with relatives and friends in Louisville Charley Bowman of Hiatt will leave tomorrow for Colorado on account of his healthw Mr D R Brock spent Saturday until Monday with his daughter Mrs E S Albright r Mr H H Beaty was in Louis ville Tuesday to buy some machin ery for his flouring mill Fred Mopre son ofJ W Moore is learning the Banking business under Cashier M B Salin Mr and Mrs W J Sparks and little daughter Mattie B went to Louisville Tuesday for a few days Mrs C A Truesdale of War saw Ky is vtsitinIithe family other brother Cashier W L Rich ardsS B Ramsey has begun on his new residence on the Proctor lot J T Proctor is doing the carpen tel work Mr H J Mullius and daughters Mesdames U G Baker and James Lawrence spent several days in Frankfort Miss Ella Thompson of Preachersville is the guest of her cousins Misses Susie and Alza ThompsonMrs R Hughes of Stanford spent several days with homefolks here Mr Hughes came up and spent Sunday Bob Lee having served his sen tence of eighteen months in the pen for striking Tom McClure has returned home rand Mrs W I Dpolv and son Master George were tb guests of Mi and Mrs G T John son Tuesday until Wednesday Spurgeon Smith has returned from the blind school Louisville for summer vacation The little Hanks boy and Lee girl also came with him Mrs Mollie Miller has returned from Bessimer Ala where she was called on account of the serious illness of Mrs Julia Eckhoff who use tobe Miss Julia OMara She has consumption and there is no chance for her recovery A H Bastin of Lancaster win as Middlesboro during the wee looking after the interests of the Kentucky Telephone Cos line that are being built from th point to Lexington This line win pass through Mt Vernon over t polls of the home company Ivan Martin son of Mr and Mrs S H Martin is at home with his parents for a few days before lea- r v ing fo Lynchburg Va where he except a position He attend willed at Berea last year and to Ivans credit it can be said that he has not imbibed any of the short comings characteristic of so many youngmen tG Mrs Chas Montgomery of St Louis Mois at home with her parents Mrand Mrs Jasper Rick elsJoe Brown a son of the late JN Brown returned yesterday from Lexington where he graduated a few days ago from the Bible college and is now intitle to word Rev before his name Rockcastle has never produced a nobler or better boy tha Joe and we certainly hope for him the very best in his chosen profession He will very likely go to Texas to locate LOCAL Next Monday is circuit court 200 buys a 250 hat at Fishs Everything that a man wears at Fishs at reduced prices 1200 buys a 1500 Shield Brand Suit at Fishs during court Dont forget the dates of the great Crab Orchard fair July 15 16 and 17th i9o8 Dont impose on your neighbors Buy a Deering or McCormick mower from J Fish Agt A game of ball is scheduled between Mt Vernon and Living ston on Mt Vernons grounds for next Tuesday Mr Henry McGuire of the East side of the county aged about 65 died last Saturday after an illness beginning with the early spring The Board of Trustees author izes us to say that a financial statement will be published just as soon as it is possible for the clerk to prepare the same There is a rather heavy docket for Rockcastle circuit court which convenes next Mondey Chancery causes 65 common law cases 27 felonies 2 r and misdemeanors 71 NOTICE The taxpayers are herby notified that the Sheriffs tax books for 1908 are now ready and Ior either my deputies are ready to receive your taxes R L McLERRON S R C therpresence r v growthof a child and see UeI develop day by day is the greatest pleasure accorded to mortals This pleasure has just fallen to the lot of Congressman and Mrs Don C Edwards of London who are rejoicing at the arrival of a bright and handsome baby boy at their home born the 15th instant and christened Don C Jr Assistant Cashier A B Furnish spent Tuesday and Wednesday on his farm near Pongo in the South ern part of the county He tells of a most thrilling experience which he had while decending one of the slight slopes leading down from his most valuable and beautiful blue grass meadow which elevation is only about 985 degrees the front wheels of his buggy struck a small washout which we are told by oth ers is not more than three or four feet deep and caused the buggy to completely change ends going over the top of the horse resting upsidedown with horses head toward buggy Remarkable in deed that such an accident should occur with such little provocation but still more remarkable that escapeed uninjured It is remarkable how some peo pie who want the world to think they are strictly alright and in some cases are reliable except with newspapers will try to avoid paving their newspaper accounts thousand excuses are offered why they should not pay the bill some say they did not get the paper yet we know they received every issue and would make a spcial trip to the postoffice on paper day to get it others refuse to take paper of office thinking that will furnis thke when they are Yearss tato a post stop my longerhenever say the unpaid subscription Should we publish a list of those who use such tactics there would be many disappointments The editor of a newspaper has to live as well as other people it costs money and big money to get out a paper and like the merchant when be basso d his goods and waited a reasonable length of time we need and want what is due Ug t r =10 I 0 0 ooveeeesce 080CDeel 0 0 0DoaspbiDblt9YYl1196 ooeooeoeseoooeeooeeeeeesaooeeeeoeseee3O 9Jbi0SYYYYI6Y0vYQiBYdiiaYYiQOYYYYYYYYilYYiY9YYiiYYiYYYYYlY efeDmoescC 01I ie SNOOi8 eo eeC- lS0J ee ocao GO g r Do Your FIelSe ao ee Goodop dIeee C ceotey do not it is because you are not wearing Star Brand ShoeseQ0 g Stars tt cost no more than the ordinary kind of shoes but they fitso9i I Og and feel good right from taee o00 necessary or in other words they are the shoes that do not hurt a eo oe1y1 J tDooshow you these two members of Ye6 the uStarJ3rand aeesDet iandthe Society 350 shoe for women and find out why im Beffer77o0 i o eSQ COg oe 13S J J SFECILSe000rcs COt lile viJ es9- es Gee OE We are selling 08 i i MVIens 1250 Suits at 1000 i m rtSt 6 Let show f Ye e0VCg ee us youee utili em e ai ccYzem1eoe So oo oe 0 UISC e CNMT VERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER e N eoone77 ie8810 e Des 0 0813 e- Yee 000- C 60 a080ego eo 3g o r ree Q- ea55ecOG tYY YYo a aa 5o cent Neckwear for 35 cents at Fishs 3 50 buys a4oo pair of Shoes at Fishs during court Get your mowing machine re pairsharvesting oil and roof paint at Fishs The onehalf mile track at the Crab Orchard Fair grounds is now in fine shape and the public is envited to ride or drive on same at their pleasure CHEAP RATES The L N hardI121 account the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association FOR SALE One set of Black Smith and Wagon Workers Tools The sets are complete and comparatively OLTIE B CASS- oBrodhead Ky The Crab Orchard Fairt Association are getting everything in shape for their meeting July 15 16 ijth 1908 Their great premium list will be out in a few days The demand for houses here is increasing daily Some buildings are being erected but the demand AIs beyond the supply Fifty or more houses will bneeded as soon as the works begin operation at Sparda the new crushing plant where 125 to 150 men will be employed within the next sixty days Teiephonh e Mt Vernon home switchboard at this place and services is being given to all telephone stations on its lines and connections in Ken tacky nor thern and southern states including the cities of New work Boston Chicago Cincinnati St Louis Little Rock Ne Orleans Jacksonville Ri chmon Washington City and intetmediate points By arrangements between the companies connection is given to telephone stations in Rockcastle county through Mt Vernon ex change This with connections given by the home corn pan furnishes our people with splendid service Ji t i i 500 Blue Serge Suits for IBoys Fishs has a larger wheat crop than for sc me years Arrangements are being made for the construction of concrete pavements on south side Main Street at corner of U G Bakers store and running to Fishs corner A much desired improvement Mr W H Hasty known as Col Hasty received some very serious injuries Tuesday from the effects of which his recovery is somewhat doubtful CQl Hasty who is getting well up in years was riding down a very steep grade when his horse fell throwing hinj to the ground and the horse rolling over him One arm was broken the other seriousjy mashed and several bruises about tine body was the result Master Jake Williams of Somer set who is here visiting relatives because of n sudden illness which came upon him was the occasion of a considerable excitement Tues day morning Soon after he had eaten his breakfast he went to a small cherry tree just back of the Williams residence climKed it and was eating cherries Soon his aunt Mrs Fannie Adams stepped out and seeing him lying on the ground rushed to him and to her great surprise found him speechless and apparently in a ve ryr serious condition He was carried to the house and Ir A G Lovell hurriedly summoned when it was soon discovered tha t he had only fainted In less than an hour Jake hadrecovered sufficiently to tell the story of how it happened stating that while he was in the tree gathering cherries he turned blind and fellout He Was soon alright and out on the streets going as if nothing had happened asPardonedto Barhoursville Monday He was greeted by a big crowd of citizens headed with a hand Powers made a speech at the courthouse during which he said the blood of no ma hadsheYhistight ITaft was nominated for Presi first bBllot Members of the railroad commissions of Ohio Indiana Wis consin Michigan and Illinois met in Chicago June 12 decided totform a permanent organization and discussed measures for abrogating four considerable evils in railroad conditions in the States named The dishonesty of railroad conductors tresspassing on Jailroad rights of way accidents at grade crossings and confusing varieties of switch signals were among the topics considered Committees were appointed to make special studies of each ot these subjects The discussion on the pocketing of fares by conductors brought out the opinion that this evil has largely increased since the passage of the twocent fare laws It was declared that because these laws forbid the collection ofa greater amount than two cents a mile thas doing away with conductors rates that many passengers do not buy tickets before boarding trains The commissioners were of the opinion that the only correction for the evil is the passage of laws allowing collection of great er fares than two cents from pass engers who do not purchase tickets DeWits Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills are sold by Cas C Davis Buy Hair atAuction IAt any rate you seem to be rid of it on auctionsale principles going going gone Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It hairdnoda regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you imust have healthy hair for its natures wa- ytlTha best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years IC Hado Alio mmaiotnrereLowell Xu e lJerSrn woiiiii I2VHITE S Cream Vermifuge THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONir EWAKC BallardSnow Liniment COST LOUIS MOI Marquis Vega De Armijo former Premier and former Presi dent of the Spanish Chamber of Deputies died Monday in Madrid Frederick Arthur Stanley Earl of Derby and at one time Governor General of Canada is dead YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and blad der trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Cans ooooo ooooooo oooooo That hacking coughcontinues g Because your system is exhaustedand 0your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts g It builds up and system oItcontains Cod Liver Oil so 0- o that it is easy to to digest 0I ALL DRUGGISTS OOOOOOO THE BEST PLACE IN TO BUY Drubs tationey ji paint Oil and Medicine EmtulCOMPLETE Diseases of pecWfy S C Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET VERNON KY pe3 3 I I LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly itFilled IAtag from a 10cent piece will count yffLLt valuo r tag from a Scent piece will count HALF valuo TOBACCOwith b Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Master Workman Sailors Pride Horse Shoe Ivy JT Pick Spear Head Old Honesty EglantinN TinsleysBridle Bit Black Bear old Peach TenpennyKatur21leaf Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER ITags from the above brands are good for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags French Briar PipeSO Tags Ladys PocketbookSO Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Playing Cards30 Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags Best Steel Shears 75 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel60 Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT ll y THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo o miAll Orders Wire Filled UI W Pi III Phone 94S MT YERNON KY s u SIDI This Percheron Stallion will thelAdamstember 1907 and has as fine bloed1 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 tine 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 Caporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 she by Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Favori 12874 5th dam Petite belonging to M Jous 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 folded SIDI will make the present season at the above named stable at X20 to insure a living colt Money due if mare is traded af ter being bred All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky Phone in residence and stable Nature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestive juices and it is through juices that the food we eat is 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 is our awn 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 so mething take promptly but take some thing 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 FOLEYSIIONEYAlIDTAR hRS Cobs Prtvtats Puuiseala f Our line of Couch Gaskets 1I is unexcelled m Handmade Coffinsfurnished mc Itheby Promptly COX 42336 selin these acted COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAl RATE oY 125 feR THE CAMPAIGN AND JJIECT1UN historyIa 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 oi 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 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 yo u 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 rite 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed 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 ford to neglect them as so slight pinhasof a limb Hence 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 bottleJChamberlains 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 Salvefortle of each of these five prepara YChasCASrOHJAnears the ATha Boup A G AND FAMILY MEDICINE It gives me pleasure to speak good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Aoustou Street New You It is a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications whie for lame back and weak kic eeys it cannot be too highly recom mended Electric Bitters regu late the digestive functions purif the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold nude guarantee at Chas C Davis dru store =tc- Postmaster General Meyer hey concluded a postal convention witl Itily whereby oeginning Angus i merchandise may be sent by par eel post between the United State centsIpound up to pounds ITHE BESTfPiLLs EVER SOLD After doctoring 15 years fo chronic indigestion and spendin over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I conside them the best Dills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Inglesidt N C Told under guarantee a Chas C Davis drug store 2oc Preparations are being made b the Treasury Department for the prompt carrying into effect of the various provisions of the currency law Stomache troubles are very com mon in the summer time and yov should not only be very carefu about what you eat just now bu more than that you should be careful not to allow your stomache tc become disordered and when tht stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparatioi that is offered to the people tOda for dyspepia or indigestion or ant stomache trouble Kodol digest all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold here by Chas C D- avisORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does inot gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price toofl JJ W I A CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERHAflbER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order AllviWprkaGuaranteed PLATFORM GOSSIP It Is Said That National Republican Pronouncement Has Already Been Prepared NOW UP TO THE CONVENTION Wtth the Exception of Minor Details Which Are Left for the Committee Platform Is in Hand Awaiting Con ventions Formal Ratification That the full text of the plat form which will be adopted at the Chicago convention and on which the Republican party will stand during the next campaign has been completed with the exception of a few details which will be left for the committee on resolutions to insert is the opinion of many who are In the confidence of the Republican leaders The work has been done by Hon Wade Ellis attor ney general of Ohio the draftsman of the recent Ohio state platform Sena tor Hopkins who will be the chairman of the committee on resolutions Sena tor Long of Kansas and a few others including the president and Secretary Taft who have been freely consulted The policies of President Roosevelt will be Indorsed unequivocally and this indorsesement will be the central idea of the document These policies will be set forth as the embodiment of the principles of the Republican party whose achievements will be lauded as at all times wise and beneficent The Republican partys record as the party of protection and sound money as the party of progress and good principles as the party that gave freedom to Cuba and lifted the yoke from the necks of the people of the Philippines and from Port6 Rico will be upheld for admiration and made the subject of much praise and the voting public will be asked to continue to patronize the political craft that has carried it across so many streams Specifically speaking more attention has been given by the platform makers to the tariff than any other subject There will be an unequivocal declara Lion for revision but the disposition Is to leave the working out of details to the ingenuity of congress Next to the tariff the financial plank has re ceived most careful attention but the enactment of the emergency currency taw just before the close of the recent session of congress has rendered the reparation of this plank much simpler han it would have been If there had ieen no such legislation Congress vill be congratulated on the Aldrich Vreeland measure as being in the in erest of sound finance and as calcu ated to protect the business world against possible panics in the near rUe ure and at the same time provide for he permanent improvement of our turrency system through the recom nendations which it is anticipated will e made by the commission appointed nder the new law The Republican administration will Iso be complimented on the passage luring the Fiftyninth congress of the ailroad rate law The president will Iso be given much credit for recent pglslation looking to the preservation f the forests the conservation of the mbllc domain in the interest of the ntire country and the reclamation of he arid lands of the West The con ention will place itself on record as avorlng such an amendment of the Sherman antitrust law as will enable he railroads to enter into reasonable raffle agreements without taking the isk of prosecution In the criminal ourts In this connection there will e pronouncement In favor of national ontrol as against national ownership Jognlzance will be taken of the de nands of labor to the extent of rec mmending such legislation as will in ure labor organizations against snap udgment by the courts in the issu mce of injunctions without due notice r necessary hearing There will be i trust resolution along the lines of hat embraced In the platform of 1900 ur management of affairs in the Phil pplnes will be extolled As usual the ilatform will declare for the protec tan of the civil liberties of the negro ace There will be a strong declare ion In favor of the continued improve nent of the navy There will be a vord In favor of the maintenance of he army on its present basis but no ocommendatlon for its enlargement 1 liberal pension policy for the future will be advocated MAY FORCE A CRISIS fficers of Two States Discuss Night Rider Situation Adjutant General Critchfield of Ohio went from Ripley to Berlin Ky where 1e held a conference with Adjutant General Rogers Williams of Kentucky nd the officers of the two states may orce a crisis in the night rider situa ionThe confession of a young farmer which was obtained by Deputy State Tire Marshal Ambrose is known to embrace the names of live Kentuck lans who were implicated in the burn ng of Boudes ferry last month The Ohio troops have failed in their ef torts to arrest these men on the fire marshals subpenas and the confer ante of Generals Critchfield and Wil tams is expected to result in the ar rest of the accused men and their ex- traditIon The Kentucky authorities have In formed the Ohio officers that they are willing to cooperate In their efforts to bring the night riders to Justice r NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to be nade for Foleys Honey and Tar he well known remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles The fact hat more bottles of Foleys Honey ind Tar are used than any other ough remedy is the best testimoni al of its great merit Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar costs vou no more and is safe and sure Sold by Chas C Davis NEWS E 11lSI Armourdale Mo a city of people has been deserted owing toI the KawMissouri flood On July i the Navy Department will open bids lor three new steam colliers to carry 7200 tons of dead weight and to cost not to exceed 525000 each Horse lovers aboard were look ing forward to the second inter national horse show which began in Lo idon yesterday Many people from the United States are expected to attend S es ons of the World Tent uer ante Centennial Congress was acid at Saratoga Springs N Y this week at which prominentI es of the temperance cause reheard The battleships aine and Ala bama which have been d ed as a special service squadron on a cruise from San Francisco to Hampton Roads in advance of the Atlantic bnlJlhlp fleet were due at Honolulu on Wednesday The Missouri River at Kansas City is falling slowly The Solo mon River at Beloit Kan is abo e flood stage and cautionary advices have again been issued be cause of the unsettled showery weather The Mh sippiat St Lou is continues to rse Tie Knv is falling at Kansas City e 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 FOR SALRMy 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 well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS Ky BUCKLINS ARNICA SALVE WINS Tom Moore of Rural Route i Cochran Gi writes I had a had sore come on the instep of my oot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve Less than half ifa 25 cent box won the day fot me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store ICASIJIOaXBears Signatare of A R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments md Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSDentist Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On scd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80IU C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer ComnletQ At C LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky J fP L4 sII CiSJiAt- i4Gll ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AVegela blePreparationfariis similatin IlleFao f tagnteslomari iBauelsurt Promotes leshonfrlle- enesSandlsLContainSneiilba 2o norNiueraLi miuJOldDfMUiZPl1l1lJ iflr8onttt S2Sttrl rt iqillrfr+ I II nStr- d1pl SlJJiipup Apeect Beme for Cbltsllpsr tion Sour StomachDlarrmea a11OIi FacSimile Signature or v NEW YORK tln Ii a2 tee un r Fo Exact Copy of Wrapper CASIORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the signatureof In Use For Over Ye- arsmm 0 xx3cxn3 I The New Store Go to Carmicals foriFresh Oyst Pine Apples 1 Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap r orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked rf Beans Beefsteak and Meats of all j kindsAll delivered in town When want groceries call Phone youa W H CARMCAL CO Nextdoor to Bank of Mt Vernon r Mt Vernon Kentucky x 5 I o ccc- g SHOES W 0ur 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 MISSES LOW CUTS Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIESON f r c My Young Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tooK my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once TAKE Thirty CARD UIIJm It Will Help You Last siring Mrs Hudson continues leI was begantoam in better health than in three years Every girl and woman needs Cardui to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES