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IIIiiiiiiiI Published Every Friday ntitt vnon igna1J VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1908 NUMBER 41 i1 4i A ALK- aAND TALKS LOUD Dont forget your cash as these are cash prices iBEST t CALICOES I SCents For the next 30 days I wil sell allri 10 cent articles at 7 ctstoi 25a cIC CtsT50 39CtSp ctsB 150 hTI MENS Suits worth 1600 now 1300 jSuits worth ixoo now 1200y Suits worth 1200 now 9oojP f Suits worth 800 now 50v A 550Ii- I Suits worth55o now 400 iCHILDRENS1 Suits from 80 cents to 2 A- j Boys Corduroy pants were M 50 cents now 39 cents I Prices on Shoes the same as j Bother goods Come while they las- tDont I3 I forget the Cashf- I SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to 4now 150 to 250 a great bargain I A lot of LinoliumCarpet and Rugs I y I COME NOW I GTJOHNSON- IO K STORE Mt Vernon Kyl l JUDGE Mt Lt JARVIS Who has just completed a very successful three weeks term of th Rockcastle Circuit Court Judge Jarvis by his absolutely fair and impartial decisions of all matters coming before him has rendered him oftesen and favorably mentioned for a second term and it is very probable that he will stand for a reelectiou in 1909 MARETBURG The much needed rain came at reviving the crops and helping refresh the low streams of water make the farmers heart light he drouth had almost becom- eseriousBro Karr of Keavey Ky reached three interesting sermons at the church Saturday and Sun dayMiss Grace McCall accompanied by Miss Ida Branson of Hazel Patch will spend some time at home Mrs W A Lewis and daughter IJelen spent last week in Louisville Miss Jalia Reynolds spent the week in Stanford the guest of Mrs E J BrownMessrs Chandler OddfehlocvsiBlackberries seem to be plentiful Mrs M Hartz has again opened at her old stand after remodeling her building inside with a new coat of pdintMrs Bessie McClure visited in Livingston Saturday and Sun dayGeorge Owens is in Salem Indvisiting his Bro RobtMiss Angie Hunt has returned from Urodhcadl1r1Sam public school at this placeMrsF- lorence Sage of St Lpuis with her little sons Robbie and Urbin are visiting at her fathers for a several weeks visitMr T Griffin of Jellico Tenn is the guest of his grandfather Nelson Griffin He will return to St Louis with Mrs Sage THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM HOME WHEN MOST NEEDED People are often very much dis appointed to find that their family physician is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera morbus requires prompt manyinstancesmedicine could be procured or a phpsician summoned The right way is to keep at hand a bottle o Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diavrhoea Remedv No physician can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases By having it in the house you can escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy it now it may save life Fo sale by Chas C Davis Three of the four Americans cap tured in Spanish Honduras recent ly have arrived at New Orleans They are charged with conspiracy to use the United States mails to defraud One of the prisoners made his escape from the Utstein before it left Honduras WAR AGAINST CONSUMPTION All nations are endeavoring to check the rages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do no risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is sate and certain in results JJKODUEAJ Mrs G W Brooks has returnee to her home at Williamsburg after spending a few days here with her mother and sioters Mrs Lula Prewitt of Garrard county has Williamtburg after spending va few day- with Mr and Mrs John Robins Miss Elizabeth Tharp and Roberta Frith have returned home from a weeks visit to Riteys and Lebanon Edd Hurt is up trom Lebanon Jgt for a fewdaysQ C Wilmot has Returned to Knoxville afte attending the funeral of his nephew Master Clarence MillerA revival begins at the Methodist church t- onightD R Belcher is on the sicklist we are sorry to sayA V Smith and V S Martin were in Lancaster Tuesday on business C H Frith has opened up an office on East Main street Lexington Ky andwill be there ready to serve all who are interested in his insurance planAlbert Albrigflt was up from Lebanon Junction Wednesday to see his father Wm Albright Walter Turpin ist home laid up withrheumatismThe play to be given at the Opera House Sat putioff until July 2 S th on account of the protracted meeting Tbis play yill sure be played 9aturday night Julyz5Mrs I A Cgss of Louisville is visiting her aon Pompie aft this placeR 8 Wilmott came up from Nepton and attend ed the fnneral of his nephew Master Clarence Miller Master Clarence Miller aged TO MrsIhis home in this city at 755 P M last Tuesday for a fairer and better home from whence no traveler eve returns When the uews of this gloofcan Allnof the family and many of his friends were with him when he breathed his last This boy will be remembered as one of thirs town and should be a lesson to young and old to get ready to meet dear little Clarence in the world to come In Switzerland the shep herd in time of a storm takes the best lamb in the flock and carries it on the mountain top above the itrbleating the whole flock follows u into safety There is a reaper whose name i death Andwith his sycleclan He reaps the bearded brains breath And the flowers that grow between CtBrack Durham Wm Evans Owen Cass and Gov Frith The honary pall bears were Everett Watscn l Earl Leece Oscar Evans and Edd Established 3e3K3 4 r I OkI- I I Being overstocked on certain lines it is i necessary we run our stock down and in order to do so we offer our entire stock of Shoes Cfofhing and Notions At 20 Per Cent L e- eDress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discount o- flCNT f SONaMi Vernon Kentucky Phone 87 Brooks Let us all try and meet this dear boy in heaven Rev A J Pike made a very appropriate address at the Christian church after which all that remained of this dear jewel was peacefully laid to rest at 5 P M in the Christian church symetery All the bereaved ones have our heart felt sympathy THE REMEDY THAT DOES Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing other promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Au burn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its con tiuued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and roo Trial bottle free QUAIL rR E Todd filled his regular appointment at Bethel Saturday Owensmhas been visiting relatives at LivingstonWheat threshing is generaleaverage of wheal is ahut one hal f crop John A Proctor is number ed among the sickG B Sutton bought of a Mr Hughes of the Blue grass section a farm of 70 odd acres for 7150 Mr Sutton will move to his farm in about a month Jacob Elder will move back to Brodhead soon We regret very much to give him up But our losswill be Brodhead gain Misses Maudie and Myrtle Hamm MinniePGentry withSone of Ottaways fairest young ladiesJ W Proctor is improv ingMrs Robt Taylor ofnear Bee Lick has been very low but is some better at this issue De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is good for cuts burns bruises and scratches It is especiallvgood for piles Recommended and sold by Chas C Davis 1887 i mmrninmnnnmmn i1 ItIltttttIIIJ1J Mutw= 0 = Spring and Summer Line of == w Dry Goods and Notions Which will be sold at lowest prices to be found any where Also full line of Shoes just received == which will be sold at bottom prices = E Staple and Fancy Groceries E kept continually on hand at lowest prices JJSTOESO- n q-w Brit Fork Skeggs Creek= Three miles South of Mt Vernon = =w P S Remember that in connection we have a gener 3 w al blacksmith shop Wagon making andrepairing a =w specialty = 7111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111il1i11Jl1iilil11111111111 OTTAWA The recent rain was badly need ed here and did much good to corn and garden vegetables The public school at this place commenced Monday with a very good attend anceLaswell and Son are doing a good business with their flour and grist millWheat threshing is over in this section and has made a very good yieldMr and Mrs Eugene Rogers of Small visited relatives here Saturday and SundayThere are several cases o whooping cough in this vicinity at present Messes J M and M F Craig and Bogue Brown of Prenchersville were in this section buying lambs at various prices Tart Proctor is in very poor health at this issueMost all the farmers have laid their corn by and it is looking very wellS T Proctor our hustling carpenter and good citizen will move to Brodhead to make that his future home We upbutgain Berry picking is the with the women and children in this sectionW P Hayes has a very sick child at this issueJas- H Barnett and son were in Brodt head Tuesday on business This is what flan Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C De IllDearthan twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my Iflive but a short time when a KodoLIand was better in one day I now mylifeIkeepthis hoping that humanity may be JakeSMooreold by Chas C Davis ISamuclR Cohen of Uaington was elected Department Coin Veteprt MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 10 1908i Bublishid every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application 1 MEMBER OFaF- KENTUCICY PRESS ASSOOIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM ANNOUNCEMENTS For Commonwealths Attorney We are aulorized to announce B J Be tlitinini a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney TwentyEighth Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election August 15 1908 For County court Clerk We are althorizsd to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for County Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce FELIX BOwMAN as u candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W IT BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party Denver July SA demonstra tion unparalleled in the history of political parties tool place in the Democratic National Convention todav For one hour anda half pandemonium reigned A thousand Democratic delegates and 15 000 spectators threw restraint to the winds tossed up in the air their coats and hats and rushed over each other in an effort to plan t a State standard on the highest vant age point It was a sincere spontaneous demonstration one that bore no semblance to a machine The plan was to djurnthp convention immediately after the preliminary work The motion was put b y the chairman and a storm of noes responded to it The votes came from the galleries Many had been given tickets for this session only and they wanted to see the nun It was suggested that some 01 the national leaders of the party should address the convention Senator Gore of Oklahoma was escorted to the stand and the an nouncement was made that follow ing him would be heard John Sharp Williams of Mississippi Bob Taylor of Tennessee and other representative leaders The first mention of Bryans name was mad By the BlindiSena tor from Oklahoma which brought forth an applause that lasted for an hour and twenty seven minutes Bryan nominated on first ballot last night at Denver convention The man for second place is still a prob lem to solve He will more than likely be an Eastern man POLITICS AND POLITICIANS In a speech at Lincoln to the Pennsylvania delegation en route to Denver Mr Bryan scored National Committeeman Guffey of PennsylvaniaA of the subcommittee of the Independence party will be held in Chicago today to perfect arrangements for the National Convention of the party to be held in Chicago later in the month The Kentucky delegation at the Democratic National Convention field a harmonious meeting and organized by electing Ollie M James chairman Urey Woodson was unanimously chosen National Committeeman Je W Beck ham was put on the ommittee on Resolutions J B McCreary on Organization J C C Mayo on Credentials W B Haldeman on the committee to notify the presidential nominee and J T Griffith on the committee to notify the vice presidential nominee The National Committee decided all of the contests for seats in tie Denver convention with the eiceplion of those from Pennsylvania and Idaho In nearly every in stance the delegates holding regular credentials were given places on the temporary roll Tom Li Johnson ofp Ohio came out a victor as did Roger Sullivan of Illinois while former Senator Dubois won in the subcommittee and will probably be seated by the full committee this morning Pit i McCarren of Brooklyn was so bitter in his attacks on Murphy and Colei that the committee stopped him and declined to hear him any further 0 LIVlNGSTOi Mrs Luther Mullms and little daughter Lorenej are visiting rela tivesand friends hareMrs- Harry Jenkins is rejoicing over a o3lb boy the 7th christened Harry Breckinridge Jenkins after his father who was killed while railroadmg February and als o his grandfather Breck Hayes at whose home they are now living Mother and babe are both doing well Tip and Elza Langfordare here visiting the families of James Anderson and Oniller Carpenter Miss Bessie Mullins is down from Mt Vernon visiting relatives and friendsMr and Mrs Charlie Helton were visiting Mr Heltons sister Mrs E J Anderson at whose home they were given an Infair supper Saturday eveningMisses Mattie Owens and Mary Helton accompanied by Charlie Anderson were visiting Mr and Mrs E J Anderson Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ann Owens is visiting rela tives at Mullins StationMiss May Magee is out from Crab Orchardvisiting relatives aid friendsMrs Bessie McClure was down from Maietburg from Friday until SuudayAmong the sick are Mrs Bowman and Mrs Georgie McClure are very seriously sick Billy Baker is convalescent Mr George Cook Jr is visiting the family of Mr George Cook Sr Miss Helen Singleton will com mence her school at Big Hill Mon day Tipton Willie and Archie Singleton are visiting in Pulaski and Sience hillEd Mullins and Mrs Lottie Langley were quietly married Tuesday the 7th Rev Moberly officiating Mrs Ed Quinn and children are down from Paris visiting Mr and Mrs J B Hayes Mrs Ben Parker came down from Pairs Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Charles Bow ling WILDIE The Fourth was passed very quietly at this placeBorn to Mrs Taylor Clark Tuesday twin girls Mrs Laura Mauus is on the sick listRev Winkler filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and SundayOval Las well son of Dr Laswell is very sicu of whooping cough Picking berries is the principal occupation of the dayMr and Mrs Henry Wood went to Conway Sunday to see the infant of Mr Jas Wood who is very sick of indirection Miss Stella Adams of Berea was visiting friends at this place last weekQuiet a crowd of young folks attended the picnic at Langford the Fourth regardless of the dis agreeable weather All report a nice timeMrs Bill Wood is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Elmer Williams at Brush Creek Their baby is reported very had withwhooping cough Miss Eva Fish of Buckeye visited the family of H S Br na man Sun day also Mr Ed Graves of Paris Mr Bob Langford was at Biush Creek last week to see Mr Wilmer Chasteen who has pneumonia feverMr Joe Reams of Trenton Mo who has many relatives in this county writes that he and his wife are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born a 9 ib girl Emma Ross a little girl 13 years old who was shot during a quarrel between two men at a barbecue near Golden Pond Trigg county died Monday morning George Wells who it is alleged did the shcoting had to be guarded from mob violence He is in jail at Cadiz Just a little Cascasweet is all that is to casjcasweet recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis j 1i j J ilIll I FTeluiburg by drinking catholic acid 3Train after train curried its lead of delegates and visitors to Denver Saturday and the Fourth was cele brated in niosy fashion A massmeeting held at Manila and other points in the Philippines a petition asking free trade with the United States was ratified Senor Arias who was opposinu Senor Obaldia for the presidency 01 Panama has quit the race Tht elections promise to be peaceful Americans other lands cele brate the Fourth of July with enthusiasm In Yokohama the Japs cheered the American flag Of all the physical culture fads that have been recommended to women none is LO odd as that championed Ella G Grundy an- Enflishwoma who is to visit this country in hope of interesting American women in her ideas Mrs Grundys gymnasium is the lawn or garden or both and she insists upon all work even to the hand ing of a spade The beginner will find she writes that ten minutes spade exercise is as good as a brick tnissage for making her body tingle Digging with a spade means beauty The constant bending oi the body works the muscles of the back and waist waking up torpid livers and helping to reduce size Are you a roundshouldered narrowchested woman Then drag the garden roller up and down the lawn or tennis court a tew minutes every day and j ou will be surprised at the improve ment in your figure Your chest will expand your neck will grout roundand plump and vour back will become upright But never never push the roller Beauty culture in the garden does not altogether depend upon the exercise of the hodyf The nnisliin touches are given by Nature cosmetics which ate fresh air sun and rain Bert Barber of Elton Vis says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done I am still taking the pmas I want a perfect cure1 Mr Barber refer to DeW4tts Kidney and Bladder Pills Sold by Chas C Dais Ir7fvfFor Infants and Children Hie Kind You lave Always Bought Bears the- iimiatnre of 4 th STOP YER KICKIN Stop yer kickin bout the times Git a hustle on you Skirmish round and grab the dimes Ef the dollars shun yqu Croakin never bought a dress itISuccess Then go in and win it Times is gettin go dagin Try to help them all you kin Dont sit round with hangin lip That is sure to floor you Try to get a better grip Ou the work before you Put some ginger in your words When you greet a neighbor Throw vour troubles to the birds Git right down tolabor An yer1 notice every day Things is cpmin right your way Stop yer kickin get a hold Of the wheel and turn it You kin never handle gold Less you try to earn it Brush the cobwebs from your eyes Stop yer blamd repinin An yerll notice that yer skies Allussll beshinin Ifyou haint the nerve to try Sneak away somewhere and de The function of the kidneys is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Folevs Kidney Remedy and it will make you well HITESCream Vermifuge THE i OA- lREMEDY M THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIP Sold COOlST I THEYVRONG SIDE u Uncle Sams Yearly Balance to the Bad About 144000000 Washington June 30The state ment of the treasury receipts and ex penditures for the fiscal year ending today shows a marked falling off in the receipts as compared with the year 1907 and a large increase in the ex penditures The excess of expendi tures over receipts for the year approxi mates 00000000 which has been ex ceeded only twice since the civil war In 1894 there was a deficit of 69803 000 and in1899 there was another of a little over 89000000 and in each of the four intervening years the re reipts fell considerably below the disbursements Again in 1904 and in 1905 there were shortages of 41770 000 and 23000000 respectively The total receipts this year are shown to have been about 59900000 of 64000000 less than for the fiscal year 1907 Custom receipts are shown 1to have fallen off about 46000000 from those of 1907 while the receipts from internal revenue sources are short nearly 19000000 Miscellane ous receipts show a slight gain The disbursements for the year are shown to have aggregated about 659 000000 or SSO000000 more than for 1907 and 51000000 more than for any other year since 18G5 not excepting the Spanish war period Although these increased disbursements very general and are shown in nearly every account except that of interest on this public debt some of them were for important permanent improve ments The Panama canal during the closing year will lave cost the govern meet 38000000 as against 27000 000 for the year 1907 and the work this year in connection with the reclamation of the public lands is shown to have cost about 13000000 which is not far front last years figures The deficiency in the postal revenues for the present year reaches 513500000 as against 7500000 for 1907 making a difference of 6000 000 This is the largest postal defic iency in the history of the government except in 1905 when it reached nearly 185000000 The records shew that there has been a postal deficiency every year since the establishment of the service with the exception of twelve when small surpluses were ohown The expense of the rural fre mail delivery this year is about 25 000000 The decrease in the amount of the receipts of 364000000 and the increas ed expenditures of 80000000 make a difference against the treasury for the fiscal year of 5144000000 GAILOR MADE CHANCELLOR Tennessee Bishop Elected Head of University of the South Nashville Tenn Tune 30 Bishop Thomas F Gnilor of Tennessee was elected chancellor of the University of the South at Sewanee Tenn to succeed th late Bishop Capers cf South Carolina Let the Options Pass Nashville Tenn June 30 Oflicials of three railroads the Tennessee Cen tral Illinois Central and the Southern have met hare to make arrangements to let pass the options of the two last named on Vie purchase of the Tennes see Central St Louis owners of the Tennessee J Central will operate it just as is has been under the lease of the Illinois Central and Southern it is said George R Ristine of Chicago t has been made president of the Tent nessee Central and George A Clark is general manager For a State Ship Subsidy New Orleans June OThe ques tion whether Louisiana shall grar1 what is in effect a state ship subsidy will be acted on by the assembly this week The subject of the grant will be a quasipublic steamship company or pivalleyiana in particular the advantage to be derived from the Panama canal Will Meet in Louisville Minneapolis Minn June ZOThe American Library association at itrw final meeting at Lake Minnetouka selected Louisville Ky as the next meeting place Following are the new officers President C H Gould Mc Gill college Montreal vicepresident N D C Hodges Cincinnati secretary J I Wier Albany N Y Thought To Be Wcrk of Fire Bug Asheville Ky June 30A fire at Neplon Ky caused a loss estimated at 75000 partly covered by insur ance The Louisville Nashville depot Daughertys flour mill a large liv ory stable a blacksmith shop and sev ural other buildings were destroyed The fire is thought to have been ofI incendiary origin Squirrels Routed By Bees Newman Ill June 30A swarm of bees entered the courthouse yard at Tuscola and took possession of a box occupied by squirrels The bees routed the squirrels and now have their home in a maple tree to which the box is fastened Postoffice Robbers Make It Pay Harvey Ill June 29 Between 2000 and 3000 in cash and stamps was stolen when thieves broke into the postpffice here They made their entrance through a window There is no clew to the thieves To THE INSURING PUBUCOn April iSth 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 Mtl Vernon On May 5th I received a check in lull settlement of every dollar called for in the policy I can heartilj recommend Mr Albright and his companies tq any one wanting fire insurance Very Trulv C H FRITH FAIR DATES The following is n list of Ken tuck Fair dates so far as reported Crab Orchard July 15 3 ksS anford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Henderson July 28 4 days Lancaster Inly 2J 3 days Winchester August 4 days Russell Sprints Aug 4 4days Madisonville Aug 4 5 Danville August 5 3 daysJ Lexington August 10 5 Burkesville August II daysIUniontown Aug r IWODHEAl August 12 3 days Springfield Aug 11 4 days Suiplmr Aug 14 2 days Columbia Aug 18 4 days Lawrenceburg Aug IS 4 days Shepherdsviile Aug 18 4 days daysISanders Aug iga 4 days Erlanger Aug 19 4 days Barboursvilk August 19 3 days Vanceburg Aug 194 days Ewing Aug 20 3 days Elizabeth town Aug 25 3 days Nichoiasville Aug 25 4 days London August 254dn3s Shelbyville Aug 25 4 days Germantown Aug 26 4 days Florence Aug 26 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset September i 4 days Paris September i 5 days Harrodsburg Sept i 4 days Alexandria Sept i 4 hays Bardstovn Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 84 days Hodgensville Sept S 3 days Glasgow Sept 9 4 days 3entucky State Pair Louisville Sapt 14 6 days Scottsville Sept 17 3 days Mayfield Sept 234 days Morgantown Sept 24 3 dal s Falmouth Sept 30 5 says There is one preparation known today that will promptly help the stomach This is Kodol Kodol digests all classes of foodmd it does it thoroughly so tha the use of Kodol for a time will without doubt help anyone who has tomach disorder or stomach trouble Take Kodol today and continue it for a short time that is necessary to give you complete relief Kodol is sold by Chas C Davis The Campaign Ss On wino WILL BE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass Newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the DAILY COURIERJOURNAL 125 DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES 125 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December r 08 This gives you a live me tropolitan paper through the cam paign and the election Order to day as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the MT VERNON SIGNAL for twelve months and either of the above Dailies until December i for only 200 This special campaign offer is in effect only during June July and August and no subscriptions will be received t the reduced rate after August 31 under any circum your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIERJOURNAL Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU furnishedjlon ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts iron Fences e If EZJ d tewart jMi Iron Fence II 1ltetlmeIllghnt MFG DY r APr IRi 1qy 11OTerV lofce low prices will saipilis J CH aai ilIl acs u GEO OWENS Proid l r rk rrr m r It ulll LAND SEE OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE C rpefsyMaHings and Ru fsIN THE LATEST DESIGNSa anqres and Cook Stoves Trunks and mG1SVS e Upholstering arId Repair work done on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALL Q ODeo X Old Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mi Vernon Kentucky i Phone 941 or 97 cqIf 7 HJ rastJ r rgGiinjtl t Jm Iinstllmfuil And to those that owe me you will come in find settle as I need the money to payI for my goodsIi tS HIATTi l IHIATT KENTUCKY II Hl x c tb A r oi T v V o t8 g Convenience of the Savings Account their here as a in J tied rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account others a profitable means to realize on funds that are 9 Q idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you ralways welcome here Why not lend your money to the jf5 Hare As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on Well in detail if 3 lfiIllo THE BANK OF MT VERNON 0 iNCORIOKATED ft- W MT VERNON KENTUCKY g 1V 6 KLY w lw tttttttttttt1itf1 tttttt1tt1tt t1tttj1ttttt ttt1tttttttftt AT VERNON DjISKET DO PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND EKliALKllS = 3 Mt Vernon Ky rrs g COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 E Coffins and Robes = ELicel1ed Embalmer will have charge of that line of Z Eworkfor the company rrs E Ordersby wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 w A B FURNISH W H KRUECER j E PnoneProprietorswr 1111 1111111111111111111111 1111111111J1 11 1111111111l11111111111111 S ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY July iO 1908 79 Call up No 7900 whenyou went to Corn munr cate with SIGNAL 79 JV fLouisvttLc 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 34 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofiice as secomlelrss matt nuitt- erPERSONAL AB Furnish spent the Fourth in LouisvilleDr Southard spent Saturday in Louisville Miss Linda Ballard is visiting her brother Supt G M Ballard Miss Mattie Owens of Barbours ville is the guest of relatives here Conductors J D Miller and C A Davis were at home for the Fourth Miss Keith Sperry of Louisville is the guest of Miss Fiances Sparks Mrs M C Owens who has been sick for the past fifteen months is no Clara Kenedv is the charming guest of the Misses Thompson Mrs Jane Bloomer is spending the week with her sister Mrs Matilda Houk Miss Minnie Baugh a sister of Dr Baugh is the guest of Mrs G M Ballard Hon J N Saunders of Stanford was one of the visitingOattorneys at court this week- Wheeler Meadows spent a short time with his brothers James and jphn Meadows Walter G Smith Cashier of the Bank of Sherburn came over to spend the din Sheila Fuqua returned Monday from a Jseveral days visit to his mother at Fordsville Mrs Margarite Grimes and her mother have moved to their new home on Taylor Ave Miss McKie Burdette spent the Fourth with her cousins Misses Gracie and Susie Taylor Mrs Willis Adams and daughter Miss Elizabeth will attend the Chantauqaa at Lebanon Miss Bessie Mullins has returned from a plesant visit to relatives and friends at Livingston Atty C C Williams is making some very decided improvements to his residence on Main street Mrs Dick Cummins who has been in very poor health for several months is gradually growing betterJohn Bysinger has been very dangerously ill for the past week He is slightly improved at this time Mr and Mrs M C Williams and two sons John Hig and James came over Friday for a ten days visit to relatives Judge R Cook of Somerset has been appointed to a clerkship at Frankfort and we understand will soon leave Somerset to take up his abode at the Capital CityI Mrs Johns of Ashville N C is in charge of the Langdon dormitory until some permanent arrange znentshave beeu made for a principal for the Brown Memorial SchoolGeo Owens the monument man spent a few days with his brother R N Owens at Salem Ind He stopped at Lancaster on his returns home Qto set up a monumentA was over from Madison this week looking afte business matters He has his mustache clipped and has taken on an appearance of several years youuger since he has migrated- to the Blue grass regions Mesdaines James Maret and G B Lawrence left Tuesday for Galveston Texas to spend several weeks with their brother W J hasJbeen in very poor healthallz made the trip at this time with the hope that the change dp her goo ti1f R J t i IMissesHansel Rob and C C Cox went to East Bernstacit Tuesday to at tend the burial of their aunt Mrs Eliza Baker Atly and Mrs Joseph Harkins of Prestonburji the latter who use to he Miss Reca Baker are attend ing the Denver convention They had the honor cf making the trip in the private car as the guests of Mr and Mrs Mayo a LOCAL The L N will sell tickets toj Junction City Aug 19 20 and 21 for 128 round trip on account of Colored fair at Danville Harry Curry who for several years was blacksmith for W J Sparks at Sparks Quarry died Monday of a complication ofdis eases The Fourth passed off quietly here there being nothing doing out of the ordinary In fact it was too quiet to be the anniversary of such a memorable da- yNovicrThe taxpayers are herby notified that the Sheriffs tax books for 1908 are now ready and I or either my deputies are ready to receive your taxes R L McLEKKoN S R C The candidates f6r the various county Offices are becoming ex ceedingly numerous The present outlook indicates that there will be an average ofabout ten for every office Mt Vernons ball team will play Crab Orchards nine on the latters grounds tomorrow afternoon In the two former games of the seasou Mt Vernon has found it easy sailing with the Crab Orch ard boys f The L N R Rwilt sell tickets to Crab Orchard July 15 16 ion account of the fair from Louisville Middlesbore Saxton Winchester and all intermediate points at one fare plus 25 round trip good returning the iSth Stock shipped over this road to Crab Orchard Fair will be returned free The catalogues for the Brodhead fair will he ready for distribution next week See or write the secretary John Robins Brodhead Ky forone Thisyears premiums are themost liberal ever offered by the association If you have not already prepared one or more exhibits now is the time to get busy and do your best to excel those who may compete against yon This is a county institution and during the twelve years of its ex istence the county has been greatly benefited each year hecaus of its existence The spirit of improvement and the desire to present the best display of latin products best horse mule or calf as the case may be has been worth much to the county Therefore we urge all to attend the fair and make it just as good as possible Mt Vernon Lodge 31910 O F celebrated its first an uiversary July 4thwith a big supper at the Miller Hotel There were filtyone Odd Fellows with their wives sisters and sweethearts present Mrs Mollie Miller the hostess had prepared a most delightful supper and the hungry craft did well their part Judge L W Bethurum acted as toast master and did to t a Queens taste Dr W J Edmiston of Crab Orchard district deputy and Mr L K Wells als of Crab Orchard were the first to speak giving a brief history of the origin progress aim and purpose of Odd Fellowship Next in order was Attorney CC Williams who spoke for aoout ten minutes on the beauties of the order Following were Cashier M B Salin and Dr A G Lovell who spoke briefly of the purposes and aims of the order Returning to the lodge room the District Deputy took charge of the meeting and proceeded to install the newly elected officers for next term They are as follows Noble Gr and W L Davis Vice Grand Dr JJF Baugh Secretary WrL Richards Tueasurer Starting a year ago with seventeen the membership at the end of the first year was sixtyseven a phenominal grow th Through the kindness of the Masonic order the Odd Fellows have been able to secure most comfortable quarters at a nominal cost but before another year has passed they hope to be located in their own home on some desirable spot in the town where all Odd Fellows willalways receive fa cqrdiaju4 welcome greeting s i t lTIjHocee6t3 HATuQ0cai3 WE CLAIM RUINGooa91 THEM PACK tosr gfa en 008 g ago cCiIGI c oo ijdThV ni 1ooui mliji7JVr I l IQ rJl D 1t e a t 1rJ bF 4 v0 MOES lillL E j9 QI c ai2v0irv fJ 9 O CIY3l0JZ Cfco4boyaocnseueaeoeoeeeaoa oo WANTED White oak and hickory spokes Will give prices and dimensions on application- W H CARMICAL julyio4t Mt Vernon Ky Quite a nnmber have expressed a thisIevery expense the time you leave until you return has been offered Those who wish to make the trip are requested to report to this office at once See inINOTICE We are overstocked with summer goods and are making exceptionally low prices on mens ladies and childrens low cut shoes chedItablets and slates 6 ro3t ALBRI GUT ADAMS Brodhead Ky Our friend Charlie Henderson who is now yard master at Miama Fla is proving himself a great splendidorailroad man He sent us a scale from a Silver King Tarpum which he caught himself weighed 147 pounds and measured 6 feet and 2 inches It was one of the largest ever caught with rod and reel in Southern waters It took two about 40 minutes to land the mon sterfish The scale sent us meas ures about 2r4 inches in diameter These scales are very valuable and marketable at all times as they are used very extensively in fancy work Cashier W L Richards and Mr Dillingham of Maretburg have started a canning factory near Maretburg The plant is now in ofIpeachesj purposeIto Mt Vernon before another year enlargedand run ThejandIgentle go6atj eoeioiODORDlpY000Y040UAbb000taU007004eAOn00U0e6tfAlb4eG00t 60s e0aooDiZrIQOQWt0Mnel Ge AQO9AUS0Oa0a8S5611TRy6l 1L050 ra5 0 tr em oro o tro e x eotttr O ai tt e a ao elr s raai Obm a 88e trso ai saa Letr Up ttl J Do your clothes fit you and make you fooK E 1t like a gentleman or do tHey hang like a sack Jl on alOstjii sit i- itar s I m 1Jf pti f lii1 H i fL r t Yht IiiorCLOTH i N G r The kindle sell fit from the first to the last and give you that sureenough welldressed appearance Our prices for good clothes and good isbDesi aje Iwithin your reach Come today if you want the best F f i 4 J THE BUSY BIG STORE i lei anrtee QG mcn QGGQ SmQO ee Qm aa QQe Gam s3Q om tsr IL0QJ60tlW000HoooYYeesaaooiYSee oooeoae Mt Vernon Ball team on their own grounds defeated Livingston last Saturday by score of 22 to The L N offers rate of 05 cents round trip to Beiea August 67 and on account of the Berea Frir The Mt Vernon Roller mills expect to begin operations by theII lath of the month Mr Proctor the millwright has been sick for few lays and for that reason it might be that the time for starting may be prolonged few days Mr H H Beaty the proprietor is exerting every effort to be ready by that time CIRCUIT COURT The applica tion for new trial in the case of Pur Rigsby xvas granted and Rigsby was released on bail Lee Norton who was on trial at the time ofour last issue for the shooting of Mrs Arnoldwas fined 50 and six months in jail Norton by pay ment of 340 was released from the jail sentence The case of the John A Scrog gins heirs against Sigmond decide- favorin of the defendant- D N Williams against J M Nave compromise S5o in favor ot Mr Williams If the railroad company allowed their dirt to wash down and obstruct passways in the same way the town is allowing its dirt to wash down and obstruct the rail road crossing it would only be very few days until the company would have to pay the damage As the od saying esfVhat is fair for the goose is fair for the gander After the heavy rains of last Tuesday ir was necessary for the section foreman to take his crew of men and work for som time cleaning the mud screenings etc off the side track at the Northswitch before the passenger trains could passs Not only this large creeks are allowed run right down the middle of th stree what is the use of spending money building pikes to be washed away when the first heave rains come We would respectfully call the attention of our board of trustees to importance of looking after this matter and urge that the necessary sups be taken to protect theinterest of all concerned erPELI Bhrl I k r h 1 i r raa s raa Ma a e m x n e a 2 a S J a a a a g e t ll a oeceno0eOt Amamaoao = t 3D4 0900 a 0000000 0b 000E 0c-e oaeeeeessoaeooeuoF- OR S iaOne set of Black- Smith and Wagon Workers Tools The sets are complete aud corn parativeli new MRS OLLIR B CASS Brodhead Ky FOR SALEMV farm of roo acres near Wildie known as the Elizabeth Hayes farm Well set in grass has good houses good orchard goodrunning water Will sell at a bargain Call and see me before buying elsewhere MARY HA YES juiYio Miidte Ky TO MAMMOTH cAVE =j Rockcastie County Excursion to Mammoth Cave July 30 on regu gar train Livingston 310a m Mt Vernon 348 a m Brad head 4 a m All expenses 935 This includes railroad fare also board at cave hotel and both foutes through the cave REMARKABLE FR ArMr G W gentry Sr tells a very remark able story about an egg which he eggdwas proper pe and form but inside the egg was a full grown cherry and the stem extended outside the shell about an inch The shell had closed up tightly around the stemwhere it made its exitITo SCHOOL vrRoNsThe election of school trustees vilrbe held in each school house in this county on the first Saturday in Aug from i to 5 oclock pm Anyone wishing to enter the race will call at the county clerks office for blank petitions Each candidate will have to have at least ten names on his petition and the same Clerketen days prior to the election It is the duty of the election com missioners to appoint the election officers and County Clerk to oneetrustee can be elected Respectfully G My BALLARD County Sup r gk o a foam tho Blgnutnrd f 11ha Boufn iJT0lGeA000A040A0R4a040004040G0 e e e i f fr It is said the revolutionists have been victorious in Paraguay and have founded new Government with Dr Emiliano Gonzales Naveiro as President Tammany Hall celebrated Inde pendence day as usual Letters were read from Mr Bryan and Gov Johnson regretting their inability to attend millionaireiColorado daughter Evalin to Edward Mc Lean son of John K McLean v vY wa ri v1 7vwtr KYP r6frigobiN0GeeY ee Yee J000YeY lei YOeee mri o U CU E T Lln CS I WITH 9kI Now is ntr 87t ry I 1 FOR ccn3CMS OLDS 110 Trial AM 113 THROAT AitD t 111dGTR0119LFS G trARltNTEED a y ACrOtYij- d i 9irrper 09 Oa a9- i The effect of Scott s Em Lc ton on thin O pale children is rna icaIteatIimakes them plump rosy active happy 2It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypopnosphites and Glycerine to snake fat bicod and bone digestedci ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND SlOO 9 9 PRICE battle Freed Tui o f6WIfIost any Drug or Patent Medicine you m csee advertized iii the SIGNAL can be toiind at t RELIABLE lU OLDi Drug Store iu the coimfcyv 4 S C DAVIS t ff I South Side Main Street 11 MT VERNON D KY 11 ==ege Xr C xp i v Y 4XBast LUNDERTAKER J 1 W 8 rod h eadl y Il i j4 btHv IPL ttn1E ICoffin fIAll Mail Telegraph or Tj3 phone orders pro p Filled yItJ er 41 rMo rYow 1 A tag from a 10cent piece will count yULL Valuo S A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCOJi f tr fl with valuable tags nilA iii Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWIST IIMatrWerkman Sailors Pride Old Henesty Old Peach Tkisleys j Coupons MANS AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE Brazil Smoking I Yellow Strips from BUSTER I Tags the above brands are good for the following and 1 useful presents as shown by catalog 1 Buttons Tags 1Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor Tags Gentlemans Watch 200 Tags I Many merchants supplied themselves presents which to redeem If you cannot redeemed at us for catalog 1PREMIUM DEPARTMENT AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Mo II tf L r = = I UNDERTAKER ii IIItheAll Orders Wire Promptly Filled I W A i COX llh Qe94S VERNON KY EXACTLY RIGHT I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills relieve the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation bilious ness aud 250 at Chas C Davis drug store William H Taft the Republican presidential nominee conferred with the members of the Republican National Committee at Hot Springs on Wednesday to the choice of a chairman of the committee to the campaign CURED THREE OF THE FAMILY ONE BOTTLE OF CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYI a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and found it to be all claimed for it in the advertisements of the have used it with good results in summercomplaintH E Howe publisher of the Press Highland Wis For sale by Chas C Davis The nine balloons that in a raceat Chicago on the afternoon fo luljfr 4 have come to earth Several of were tossedabout on Lake Michigan and their occu narrowly escaped Some oft cf in THE POSTMASTERS WORD FOR IT Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherry vale Ind keeps also a stock ofgeneral merchandise atid medicines He says Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard here in its line It never fails to satisfaction and we could afford to do without it For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the 180 acres in cultivation 80 acres of is in Good buildings splendid well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address Withers Ky REV I W WILLIAMS FIES Rev I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nerv ous exhaustion and kidney and am free to say that Foleys Kidney Remedv will do all that you claim for itU Horse Shoe- Egtantlne 16oz Natural leaf Four Jolly Tar from from many other French Briar Tags Leather 80 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Best Steel Tags tags tags home write THE JUST several without malaria relative manage WITH started pautjs alloons landed Canada TKE patent hardly county orchard WILLIS ALLEN TESTI follows trouble PipeSO Pocketbook Shears75 Louis Cholera Our line of Couch Caskets tttt is unexcelled w Handmade Goftinsfurnished m by MT them give grass RECOVERS SIGHT FOR A DAY A phenomenal occurrence has been brought to light at Jessieville about 20 miles from Hot Springs Mrs Mary Akin over 90 year oldafter blind for eighteen years suddenly icgained her eye sightFor hours she was able to recognize her only son at home David Akin and her granddaughter Alice Akin who lives with her Objects outdoors she said natural As came on her eyes gradually began to fall and everything has been dark to her since Mrs Akin declared she in the and saw and talked with her childre nand people She continues to give praise for the wonderful day and says it was the pappiest one of her lifeLittle Rock Special to St Louis Globe Democrat Use DeWitts Little Early Riser pleasant little pills that are easy tc take Sold by Chas C D- avisoRzNo Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take 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 Rafuee substitutes Price BOo aA CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERHAHbER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work placing your order All Work Guaranteed J T W N Tinsleys Natural Leaf Pick Bridle Bi- tTlnplnny PRIDE Ladys PocketbookSO Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags Playing Tags COyd Reel 60 Tags have with p have your Felton Three familv which being several looked night again visited heaven spirit The before Cards3D Fishing with AiJOlNlNG COUNTIES A little girl about three montls old who had been buried aboi t twelve hours or more in New York was discovered still breathing in her carelessly dug grave by players on the links of the Hackensack Golt Club Sunday The Southern Kentucky College located at Hopkinsville is to be changed to McLean College in honor of the Dr Archibald Mc Lean president of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Deciples denominationAt Will McFarland was fatally wounded with a shotgun in the hands of his brother Ben Mc Farland who refused to make a JudgeIis said that the brothers had been at outs for some time over a division of their fathers estate Ban McFarland was arrested and now in jail at London A careful wife will always keep lied- BALLARBS wl11 Ii SNOW UNMENTA Positive Cure For SoresSprainsCorns Bunions and all His SHE iOsOVS Stnnberryused Snow ILinimenfcand cantsty enough for it for Ehcu isthohavo in tho house Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 Co1ISold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS LAND STOCK AND CllOl FOR SALECedar posts any size or length H J MULLINS JuneII3t Mt Vernon K- yN0TIEMy yearling bull Moberly will be permitted to serve a few cows at 100 MODE CRAWFORD June 263t Brodhead Ky BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS It giver me unbounded pleas ure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C Iam con vinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and it never fails to heal every sore burn or wouml to which it is applied 25C at Chas C Davis drug store OA TC RJABears the Sigiature el I HE JUM BO CAMP MEETING The Jumbo Camp Meeting will convene this sear on Aug 6 and continue until the iGth This is encampmentiand every equipment for the success of the work Ve have en larged the main tabernacle building from lat year and are building a rge dining hall or hotel with lunch stand and baggage room combined The grounds have been improved udtV rythirg is in readiness for the meeting Board by the week is 3 50 single meals 2 iC three meal tickets for one person 6cc Lodging 10 and 15C per night Those desiring small tents for family use may rent them by addressing the writer at once at London Ky We are expecting a great time Rev j B Karrio of Wilmore and Miss Lucy Lee Mahan of London two of the most excellent evinge liSts in the State will do the preaching Miss Antionette letcher an accomplished music in of Science Hill will be the organist Brc Harris and Mrs Mafence J Sipple are splendid eiders ot song and all may be asured that this feature of the meeting will not be deficient No one can afford to miss the sire feast ot jroodt iii r L We velcome everybody so come if for good or to do good We have nothing to fight but sin Come We will try to do you good Three services daily 10 a m 315 p m and 730 p m For further information address CLARENCE J SIPPLE Pres and Sec v London Ky Little Illsof Children Mothers and all others who have chil theirfamiliessimple and reliable remedies that correct peoplechargeofconstipationandels get in the habit of not working nor mally and soon chronic constipation allthroughcontinually and as a consequence indigestion sets in soon followed by worms or stomach pains or diarrhea or any one of a rightItselfpresentandofsomethlcganti nothing better for the purpose is known than gripesbutthe child will not refuse to take it Buy a cent childfromorderisnotMrs Curry of Trowbridge Ill attributes the CaldwellsSyrupdisorders Mrs Eversole of Hinsboro III Is ofherderful remedy Try It in your own family and Everybottleand the purity of ingredients is also vouched for FREE TESTThose to try Syruo bUll ni6yardresslnr thosewhoGentlestletTHEPUBUCproductbearPEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldg Montloello III t1 A REVELATION It is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that nave been cured by Foleys Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Rugeles Reas nor Iowa writes The doctors said I had consumption and I got no better until I took Foleys Honey and Tar It stopped the hemorrhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet Former President Bonila is re ported to be the head of a revolutionary movement against the Government of Honduras Delay in commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that could have been cured qucklv bv Foley Kidney Remedy may result in a serious kidney disease Foley Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and strengthens these organs Commence taking it to day Col John M Guffey of Pennsyl vania issued statement in reply to Mr Bryans speech to a portion of the Pennsylvania delegation at Lincoln Col Guffe denies that there was a conspiracy against Mr Bryan IT CANT BE BEAT The best of all teachers is cx perienc C M Harden ot Silver City North Carolina says q I find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run downiconr ditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis thug store oc PINE SHILL Mr and Mrs Charlie Carpenter of Blanche Ky are visiting relatives here this weekDr Lee Chestnut who has returned from visitingIchildren spent the 4th with friends andISatxrdav till Monday with her mother Mrs E RutherfordRev Blackburn filled Bro Davidsons appointment Saturday night and SundayMrs John Morville and gran daughters Misses Evlyn No rville and Anna Older of Corbin visited relatives here the first of the week SlUJIOrlando spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs Nancy McHargue Miss Nell McFerroo will spend a few days vn Berea before beginning her school at Calloway on the 20th Charlie Anderson or Orlando will teach theschool hereMlByrda McHargue will leave next week for Blanche to visit her sister Mrs J J Cook before returning to Knoxville Mrs Nancy Poteet and daughter Mrs Dr Thomas were visiting in Berea last week Mrs B G Mullins spent Sun day with her mother at Orlando The district Sundayschool con vention will be held here Saturday the nth There will be dinner on the ground and everyone is cordially invited 10 come and help make the meeting a success BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD FOR COLIC AND DIARRHOEA I find Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best rembdy in the world says Mr C L Carter of Skirum Ala 1 am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seemed as though I would die and I think I would if I hadnt taken Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 havent been bothered with it since nntil this week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the twentyfive cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new- man For sale by Cbas C Davis The Socialist Labor partyI nomiated Martin R Neveda for President and Donald Vfuuro of Virgi niafor Vice Presi dent Preston is now in jail at Goldfield Nev for shooting a restaurantkeeper Foleys Orino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not irritate It is the best laxative Guaranteed or your money back R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky 4trI l IlitiJIii ALCOHOL 3 PER AVcgelablePreparalionforAs theFootf aiufflegula ting tk S toraadis andBowels of Promotes Digpstion keif ness and RestContaIns neither OpiumMorphirte nor lilleraL NOT NARCOTIC JRetipeofOMDcSSWamm IfiJJIUfPfI117JJrctoI I Ape ect for Consflpa tion Sour StomachDlarrim WorrasCoiTvulsioiisFeverish nessandLoss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature of NEW YOI- IKteerlFo Copy of Wrapper IExact CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA x The New Store Go to Carmicals for W Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapcnuts PineApp1e Cocoa Table Prunes ifiyouiT 1 W H CARMCAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon iMt Vernon Kentucky x t Jcp seSgacBDce cxc SHOES i 0ur Spring line of Shoes are in and we wantito say that there is no place in the county p where you can fnla better assortment more stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS r i Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not Ja McKENZIESOIM x3c Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKE cAROUl It Will Help You Mrs Lucinda C Hill of Freeland 0 writes badlyItake it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gaofAT ALL DRUG STORES