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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rPublished Every Friday inuu1 n VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 17 1908 NUMBER 42 3rt axPINDDont forget your cash as these are cash pricesA BES- TCALICOESd SCants For the next 30 days- I wil sell alli io cent rtaicles at 7 cts I 25a is cIQ cts i 50 39cts I 100 H 7Qcts i I 50 vLIO E MENS j- 1304Suitsi Suits worth 1200 now Qooi Suits worth 800 now 650 g Suits worth 750 now 550 1 YOUTHS f Suits worth 550 now 400 J I CHILDRENS f Suits from 80 cents to 2 f Boys Corduroy pants were o f50 cents now 39 cents f Prices on Shoes the same as Bother goods Come while they last f CashfIi A lot of Ladies Skirts were S3 to 4nOw i5o t925oa great bargain f A lot of Lino1iinrpt and Rugs J I f NOW 1COME rJ f GTJOHNSONO J i i I JO OC qQ 30 ad THREE TIMES FOR PRESIDENT CLAY ANDREW JACKSON GROVER CLEVELAND THUS Twelve years ago William J was nominated for the- residency of the United States at Chicago for the first time Mr Bryan was renominated in 1900 without a dissenting vote But the convention did not acknowledge his dictatorship repudiated his candidate for Vice President and came near rejecting his demand that the free silver coinage declaration of iS96 should be reaffirmed In 1904 Judge Parker was nominated without difficulty but a vigorous opposition developed within the convention andwin ning a victory in the Resolution Committee forced him to write his old standard telegram and thus created dissensions which helped to aggravate his defeat It was in the 1904 convention that Mr Bryan made a most vigorous campaign in the committee on Resolutions the session of that lasting for hours For the third time Mr Biyan has become the candidate of his party Three times was Henry Clay an unsuccessful candidate for President Three times Andrew Jackson was a candidate for President and twice he was elected In 1824 the election went into the National House of Reprsentatives and John Quincy Adams was chosen Grover Clevelands record equaled Jacksons James G Blaine was an aspirant for the nomination for President at the hands of the Republicans three times but landed the prise onlonce William J Bryan was born in March 1860 at a time when the country was deep in trouble so that he has been the party nominee three times before his fiftieth year His career has been varied His aptitude for politics was early marked and his absolute controle of a great nation al party like the Democratic has stamped hint among men as an remarkablesBryan is that the former big leader of the party were absent from the convention and he ran the machine himself took the nomination ten dered him and dictated its policies Philadelphia Ledger THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM HOME WHEN MOST NEEDED Ptople are often very much disappointed 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 treatment and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a phpsician summoned The right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy No phy sicia can prescribe a better medicine fo these diseases By having it i the house you can escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy it now it may save life For sale by Chas C Davis SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY Pray for the things you want but work for the things you must have Before accepting a faver look for the string that may be tied to it Complaining of the folly ol fashion is as useless as complaining when the weather is bad Never tell a friend anything that would not look well in print with your name signed to it You dident have the right kin of a good time if you are not goo natured the next day after you had it Working after you have hada few glasses of beer in the middle of the day is like trying to work after dark There are lots of men whQ seem worthless until compared with a girl who has just returned from a vacation 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 not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foley Honey and Tar is sate and certain results NEWS ITEMS Dispatches received at Managua state that the Honduran revolutionist have evacuated Choluteca American Federation of IThe is holding its sixteenth annual convention in Denver Four New Jersey boys died Monday of lockjaw due to ac cidents on the Fourth of July A landside which occurred at Ronco Italy buried several peasant houses Nine persons were killed Many sites for the new Govern ment buildings in Winchester and Lebanon have been offered the Government Dr Benjamin Lecher former superintended ofthe Western Ken tucky Asylum for the Insane died at Henderson Frank H Hitchcock chairman ComIYort George N Tillman declares he willnot accept the Republican nominatian for Governor of Tenn essee Ill health is given as the reason tor his declining Honolula has completed allar rangements for the entertainment of the Atlantic battleship fleet and awaits the coming of the ships with the greatest interest Reports have been receivedat the State Department from Vene zuela by way of Willemstad saying that there has been no cases of the plague at Caracas since June 29 Proceedings in Harry K Thaws application for a jury trial to determine his mental condition have been adjourned until the Septem ber term of the Supreme Court of Westchester county James T CunninglK pJra farther of Logan county was killed b3 Rufus Browder a negro hand whom he had discharged The negro was captured and taken to the Russelville jail Gov Wilson has declined to call au extra session for the passage of the county unit bill and so wrote to the secretary of the Lexington Methodist conference which recently passed resolutions asking him to convene the General Assembly The sale of 7oooooo pounds by the Burley Tobacco Society at 16 cents is reported Gus A Brooks secretary of the Burley Society at Winchester when called up refused to either deny or affirm the sale but the report is generally believed to be true This means much for this entire community It will cut loose a big amount of money to the great delight ol many burley rais ers who had badly needed it It willrelieve a financial situation for many that was becoming threaten ing The news will be good to all tobaccor isnsufficiently in demand to bring about long looked for sales It is also encouraging to those who have pooled their crops to realize tha t after all they have not made their many sacrifices in vain The chief reason why the officers of the Burley Society are declined to affirm or deny is that the organizations executive committee has made a recent rule not to give out infoimation on sales This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C De Witt S Co Chicago 111 Dear SirsI have suffered more indigestiondAbout eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn breadand could not retain anything on my stomach I lost 25 Ibi in fact I made up my mind that I couldnot live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please hi and was better in one day I no weigh more than I ever did ia my life and am in better health tha for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and writ this hoping that humanity may b enefited Yours very truly Jake SMoore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 old by Chas C Davis Mr Bryan spent a quiet day a Fairview He received a telegram from Herman Ridder the New pledgmghisinearnest support 3e3JJ3iE8 i4Ho flI I Being overstocked on certain lines it is i necessary we run our stock down and ID order to do so we offer our entire stock of i Shoes Cfofhing and Notions i At 2O Per Cent Discount i IOress Goods and Caficoes f Our entire line of Dress Goods and iCai1es go at a discount of i 15 PER CENT i FT KRUEGER r SOLI Vernon i- Mt Phone 87 I cc8 SAW A KINGS EARS BOXED Stiil amused over the fact that girl in England she saw Prince Albert Edward now King Edward ears boxed public oflthishusband today the fiftyfourth niversary of their marriage Both Mr and Mrs Bingley tell many interesting reminiscences and was the occasion ofQueen Victorias visit Manchester in 1851 that Mrs Bingley witnessed the public chastisement of the royal heir Her Majesty accompanied by her husband Prince Albert and the young Albert Edward was riding through the city and bowing the assembled multitudes when the place where Mrs Bingley was stationed Prince Albert astonished the spec tators by severely boxing the ears of little Prince Albert Edward for insubordinationMrs now bright old lady of 77 her hasband 75 and they were married in Baltimore July 1854 five days after Mrs Bingleys anival from England Her husband had preceeded her this country nearly year and after securing position sent for his sweetheart Hanover Penn Cor Philadelphia Record THE REMEDY THAT DOES Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing other promise but fail perform says Mrs E Pierson of Au burn Centre Pa It curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery doing me much conmlengthwof time will restore me to perfect connand cold remedy and throat and CexooeThe tobacco crop in Western Kentucky good There centtthe 7APadu C R IAU Beue the ilcUWe etI Established I j j j j 1 Kentucky as a on a o c an it on to to at is a is io to a a to R is is so gh is is an in S un 7 tt tytttttfttttttttttttttT ttttttttttJttttttfttttttttJ r Just Seceivod M = 0 gSpring and Summer Line of Dry Goods and Notions Which will be sold at lowest prices to be found any amSw just received which will be sold at bottom prices = Staple and Fancy Groceries = kept on hand at lowest prices 3ww- o J J STOKES IEOn Bast Fork Skeggs e 3= Three miles South of Mt Veriion = S Remember that in connection we have a gener 3al shop re1pairinga a E specialtyo111111111111111111111111 111 11 11 11111f 111111111111111111 S DEATH DUEL IN MIDAIR The story of a thrilling midair battle between a chicken hawk and a weasel is told by James Filmore of Spring Grove who witnessed it from start to finish Filmore was going along a country road toward his home when he saw the hawk dart rapidlY to the ground close to a stone fence andarise with a small animal in its talonsAs man continued to watch with interest be noticed that the bird appeared to be in difficulty and finaly it came flapping to the ground Filmore ran forward and found that the hawk had its talons fastened in the body of a weasel which had managed to squirm about until its sharp teeth were imbedded in the birds neck In this posit ion the little animal had been sucking the blood of its captor The hawk was already almost dead and the body of the weasel wss so badly torn that Filrnore dispatched both and took the home to show to his friends York Penn Cor Philahelphia Record ft 1887 continually rek EPblacksmith 1111111111 An irate citizen says that here after he wants the editors to mind their own business My dear Christian friend did you ever re flect in your contemplative moments when the moon is beaming when the whippoor will sings in the tree when the hired man snores in the loft the yellow dog sleeps on the lea and the mosquito gets in his workdid you ever reflect in such times upon the idea that a paper containing only accounts of the editors own private business would be apt to prove monotonous to the general public They might stand it for a while but in the end it would be a thorn in the side and a weariness to the flesh and all that sort of thing No brother the true editors business is to make everybodys business his business Thats business So theres no use in making a chronic kicker of yourself for any one ismcuts bruises and scratches It is especially good for byChas MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 17 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rales made known on application 1 MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKETr For Congress HON HARVEY HErlrA- NNOUNCEMENTSt For Commonwoalths Attornoy We are autorized to announce B J Be tlmrum a candidate for Commonwealths Attorner TwentyEighth Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election August 15 1908 For County Court Clerk 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 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 H BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party CALEB Powers is to make his first appearance on the lecture platform at Madison Cbautauqna New York August 8 his subject Right Upon the Scaffold and Wrong Upon the Throne Pow ers may immortalize himself in distant lands as a lecturer and hero but as to the latter especially he need not expect much when he comes closer home BRYAN and Kern sounds good to us and if the signs of the time in dicate anything at all they will be elected President and Vice Presi dent next November From every section comes the glad tiddings that the Democrats stand as a unit for Bryan and Kern and that the dissension and strife which has heretofore existed is now a thing of the past Members ol the Democratic National Committee and a number of others holding proxies conferred with W J Bryan and J W Kern the Presidential and Vice Presi dential nominees respectively at the Bryan home Monday with reirrence to vital matters of campaign management Mr Bryan on behalf of himself and Mr Kern read the following Gentlemen of the Committee The platform recently adopted by the National Committee of onr party at Denver contains the following pledge We wedge the Democratic party to the enactment ofa law prohibiting any corporation con tributing to a campaign fundand any individual contributing an amout above a reasonable amount and providing for the publication before election of all contributions above a reasonable minimum Mr Kern and I are in hearty sympathy with this pledge and are gratified at its adoption With its fulfillment a new era in Ameri canpolitics will begin Elections will then be regulated as public aftairs and the influences which con role them instead of being secret will be known to the voters U As an earnest token that our party will make good its pledges we ask you to construe this plank andput it into immediatecperation- This can be done by the adoption of a resolution announcing in pur suance of the policy outlined in that pledge your committee will not accept any contribution what ever from any corporation that it will not accept any contribution from an individual above a reason able amount and that it will make publication before election of all contributions above a reasonable minimum We suggest for your approval a maximum of 10000 and a minimum ofroo no con 10I100 to be made public before the electionWe suggest also that on or be fore the myth day of October publi cation shall be made of all contri butions above 100 received upon 15thimade of such contributions at the time the same are received and that no contributions above too i shall be accepted within three days of the election SUGGESTION ADOPTED The following resolution was thereupon adopted Resolved That the Democratic National Committee in pursuance of the pledges given in the national platform recently adopted at Den ver announces that it will accept no contributions whatever from corporations that it will accept no individual contributions above 10 000 and that it will make public before the election all individual collections above 100 contri butions received before October 15 being published on or before that date and contribution received after that date being published upon the date on which they are received and that no contributions above 100 shall be accepted within three days of the election Another resolution requests Democrats allover the country to organize themselves immediately into Democratic clubs to assist the committee in its work of the com ing campaign A New York dispatch tells the story of the steamer Adriatic for Europe carrying the richest ag gregation of financiers that ever crossed the Atlantic or any ocean in a single ship Theyre off in a bunch as they say upon the racecourse for gay Paree and also Monte Carlo They are serenely happy because the President has nominated as his successor a gentleman who will not seek to twist the tailof High Finance who will never tinker with the tariff They believe that a sufficent grist of gold plumped down in the hopper of the Re publican machine will grindout victory at the polls in November and that then will follow the picnic by day and the fireworks by night for the let us alone class for the next four years Why not a littlespree in London and Paris in Nice and Monte Carlo in Vienna and Romeandeven east o Suez where there aint no ten commandments for a ship load of plutocrats who have planked down the spondulics deemed necessary for the Republican cam paign one cent of eyery dollar to be used by George Rumsey Sheldon under the spot light of publicity and ninetyandnine to be put more practical use with the aid of a dark lanternThe pirates of High Finance are as merry as the Pirates of Pen zance Their candidates have been nominated thei r ccfiers have been opened their confidence has been restored They hope for a purchased triumph in November and a hogkilling thereforward They go down to the sea in ships to celebrate Their nostrils are filled with the scent of the carnage to come Shiploads of them are departing to spend in the land of kings and queens part of what they have won and expect to win in the land of acres and razors Sing heigh sing ho Confidence is returningCourierJournal Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby whenit is doss and peevish Cas casweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SATEMy farm oftoo acres near Wildie known as the Elizabeth Hayes farm Well set in grass has good houses good orchard good running water Will sell at a bargain Call and see me before buying HAYES JUIVIG Mildie Ky Bert Barber of Elton Wis 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 everdone- I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Sold by Chas C Da is 1OTilTlCS AN I POLITICIANS otherIla1orBryan at Fairview Monday and JohnIMr Bryans home The juembcis of the Democratic National Committee will arrive today Of the names mentioned for national committeeman those looked upon with most favor are said to be Daniel J Campau and John E Lamb Ollie James also is favorably mentione ILOCAL OPTION IN NORWAY The cause of temperance is work ing great headway in Norway We have adopted the local option policy with excellent results said P Auensou a manufacturer of white paper from Skien Norway When ever the people of a cer tamp district or county wi3h tu abolish drinking houses an election is held at which all adult males in that tetritory are supposed to vote It any are absent their votes are counted for prohibition Another election cannot be held until after five years and it is very seldom that a second vote is ever taken when a community once votes against license Another thing that has made national sobriety is the regulation in many places that liquor can not be bought ex cept by the bottle and requiring the purchaser to take the bottle to his home before using any of its contents Baltimore American It was decided at the meeting that Indianapolis and Louisville which is represented by Gary B Lewis be the central points where literature will be disseminated fcr all anti Taft negro movement The Democrats of Maine in con vention at Bangor Wednesday nominated Obediah Gardner of Rocklnnrf for Governor and sent a telegram to W J Bryan pledging him their support A letter was read from A E Manning vice President of the Nati6nal AntiTaft organization stating that many leading negroes were at Denver who would support Bryan and that they would soon begin an effective organization Owners of the Kentucky School of Medicine and the Louisville and Hospital School of Medicine hat e agreed on terms of consolidation This combination will be perfected and the single school be opened in the fall So far as the medical department of the University of Louisville is not included in the definite consolidation plans- A crowd of 5000 people gathered in the court house yard in Indian apolis Tuesday night to welcome John W Kern the Democratic nomineefor Vice President of the United States The meeting was nonpartisan but was thoroughly enthusiastic Vice President Fair banks made the introductory address and Mr Kern responded in a speech of twenty minutes Judge Amos Davis oof Mrtjau county was nominated by the Tenth District Democratic Convention at Estill Springs for Congress He won by the narrow margin ofone third ofa vote which was afterward made unanimous It was not until the thirteenth ballot that Judge Davis was successful Judge Davis a native of Morgan county and is nesrly 70 years old He has been elected to office several times in his county by Demo- cratsCASTORAFor the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- ianature of a8H The function ofthe 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 w- ellwEiiL3 Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC THE BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST Soldby Chas LOUIS C MOI ffirA BIT OF HISTORY W How the Gigantic Standard 011 Com pany Got Its Start Cleveland 0 Zt The history of the beginning of the Standard 011 company and the general condi tions that existed in the oil trade pre vious to the comblnatlon of the refine erIes was recited by Lewis Emery Jr of Bradford Pa in the governments ouster suit against the Standard Oil company here Mr Emery said that up to 1872 the refiners In Pennsyl vania were rivals and were independ ent but that the rivalry was among the oil buyers who bid for the oil The refiners he said sold to the buyer who would pay the highest price This he said changed between 1872 and 1875 when in the latter year competition ceased entirely Mr Emery stated that the first movement toward consolidation of the refiners was made by the South Im provement company but that this com panys charter was revoked by the state of Pennsylvania after opposition to the plan became general Then Emery said the Standard Oil compa ny of Cleveland made an effort to take up the work dropped by the other company and finally succeeded jn con solidating the refiners He said that within a year or two all of the plants of the old refiners were dismantled Emery said that the work of consolidation was accomplished through the personnl effort of John D Rockefeller his brother William and Oliver H Payne Emery also stat ed upon the witness stand that following this consolidation the freight rates upon oil were boosted about fifty per cent SUNDAY DRAWS BIG CROWDS Noted Baseball Evangelist a Ssnsatlon in Illinois Decatur Ill wrrr William A Sunday the exbaseball player evan gelist has closed a five weeks revival service in this city reported to be the most successful series of meetings he ever held According to figures given out the total number of conversions reached at the meetings was 5842 The freewill offering Sunday exceeded 10000 This money goes to Sunday out of which he pays his staff and other expenses The total collections for the meetings amounted to 17000 Sunday it is estimated he preached to 19000 people Seven thousand peo pIe heard his booze sermon in the afternoon at the tabernacle and many others were turned away for lack of room The imminence of the spring election at which time local option will be an Issue in most of the cities and towns in central and northern Illinois has made the meetings of special interest and has drawn people front towns as far away as fifty miles At Bloomington before coming here Mr Sundays converts were reported as 4200 He goes from here to Charleston FORTUNE TO CHARITY Illinois Man Leaves Thousands to Church and School Institutions Bloomington ors ia Illinois religious and educatiouc1 institutions profit by the will of Wesley B Harvey of Tazewell county He left the Illinois Wesleyan Uni versity of this city 20000 Grand Prairie seminary at Onarga land worth 25000 Methodist Episcopal church of the central Illinois confer ence land valued at 25000 Presby treian board of relief for aged minis ters 1000 There are bequests for the James Milliken university of Decatur Wo mans college of Jacksonville and De cennes hospital of Peoria Heroism Rewarded Denver cw c r For his heroism in overpowering Gueseppe Alia the condemned murderer of Father Leo Heinrichs when he attempted to es cape from jail last Saturday Guy Sex ton a trusty prisoner who was serving a short sentence has been par doned by Governor Buchtel Sexton was cut in the neck with a razor by Alia receiving a severe wound A Scissor blade was found concealed in a sleeve of Alias coat Each side of the blade had been ground or filed to a sharp edge An Official Denial Romex1 SA denial has been made at the Italian court of a mar riage engagement between the Duke of the Abruzzi a cousin of King Victor Emmanuel and Miss Katherine El kins daughter of Senator Elkins rf West Virginia The Duke of the Abruzzi it was stated is expected to be in Rome on March 28 to be present at a lecture by the Prince of Monaco on oceanography He is now com manding the battleship Regina Elena and soon will be promoted to rear ad miral Night Riders Fire Extinguished Lexington Ky Uae 11 Night riders made an attempt to burn the tobacco barn of Judge Lewis Apper son at Sidevlew Montgomery county A blaze was started in two places but the fire was discovered and extinguished Bottles filled with coal oil were found and tracks of men discovered Telephone wires In the neighborhood were cut Apperson is a member of the Law and Order League Valencia ISwsli tllThe Spanish steamer Villa R ll lists been wrperejj according to word received here and her crew of nine men drowned The Villa Real was a steamer of 495 tons and belonged to the Valencia Naviga tion company To THE INSURING PuBLicOn 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 Mt Vernon On May 5th I received a check in full settlement of every dollar called for in the policy I can heartily recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH y comImissioners ion in the United States Court at Frankfort in appeal to the recent decision of Judge Cochran in which he holds the oom mission cannot fix freight rates The life or usefulness of the commission will depend on the outcome of the litigation The United States Government has filed a petition in the Jamestown Exposition Federal Court litigation at Norfolk asking protection as a creditor of the Exposition on account of its 1000000 loan and claiming priorty of pa ments over everthingelse owned by the company All the Peoria distillers have started proceedings against Internal Revenue Collector Rennick to prevent the enforcement of the law in regard to the Isabels on their procuctsThe of Arthur 1 Vorys of Ohio to Hot Springs Va is accepted as indicating that he regards the Ohio situation as de manding attention from Mr Taft The Shriners Imperial Council at St Paul voted to hold the con clave of 1909 in Louisville Edwin 1 Alderman of Marion Iowa was elected Imperial Potentate NoTlcitI wish to say that I have sold my interest in the Hans ford Telephone Co to Messrs Granville and W H Owens and that I am no longer connectedwith the company W H GRAVES There is one preparation known today that will promptly help the stomach This is Kodol Kodol digests all classes offood and it does it thoroughly so that the use of Kodol for a time will without doubt help anyone who has stomach 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 Is On WHO WILL 1JE 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 i 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 at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circum your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIER JOURNAL Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences iStTX q i Lrpx- ulTh Fence IICheapcrthan wood Win last a Uletbnt ltiait lard VNMs file Iwls 1K4 i AR1IR C 1t IL CINCINNATL O 6w IN itU w ol bos rAwa lake prices will ri sjceleCtU d Me GEO OWENS Proid I r r Ar TA ItIfW 7 IAI AEL- i r Judging from what our long list of customers have to say we must be showing M a line of furniture which both in quality and price is satisfactory If you need anything in Furniture Rugs Etc Let us show fMattings youW i BOCKBJ23 This Pealltlftilwillow Rock K W er for only J 400 t r We have all kinds at Rockers from the cheapest to the best We can furnish you anything you want for your home front the kitchen to the parlor cIcccxOld i Mi Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 sc3icSe3e = = = i I Great Bargains jjjj 111ft Just back from the city and have some of them best bargains to offer the people that have ev UU er been offered them in Rockcastle DressIC iGoods Clothing Men and Womens Hats u 1 everything kept in a firstclass storelllTerms = Cash and Produce III IIcomeAC HIATTII J ATT E U It KYl v k f0 Convenience of the Savings Account 2 Many persons keep their money here as a permanent inivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is ed As an investment you can compute the net returns savingsIon your money in you will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON 7INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY nnnttnnnnn1tntntnntnttnnttntn tnn tntntntn tntn w fJT VERNON DflSHET CD M PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS M FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AND =2 EMBALMERS Mt Vernon K yME COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3w Caff nlsandME Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = companyrOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 A B FURNISH W H KRUEGER E Pnone 0Proprietors o 7iUU1UUUUUiUU1UU1U1UU1UU1UlUUUU1U1UUU1U1UW1U MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY July 17 1908 79 Call up No79lt whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 T R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky PostofficeI as secondclass mail ti PERSONAL Miss Alza Thompson is visitin in Stanford listner Asbill of Winchester is spending a few days here Judge L W Bethurutn spent several days in Louisville Mr Den McUlellan the stave man is here from Somerset Mrs Tilman Gilpin of St Louis is the guest of Mrs D E Davis Quite a number from here are in attendance at the Crab Orchard fairMr and Mrs J J Lawrence spent a few days in Louisville this weekHoward Baker left Wednesday for Kansas where he will probably locateMiss Myrtle Adams is visiting her sister Miss Lizzie Adams of this place Miss Maranda McKenzie will begin her school at Chestnut Grove MondayMrs Harry Magee spent part of the week with her sister Mrs R A SparksMr T Hansel has been suffering for the past few days with a couple 01 broken ribs Elza Langford spent Sunday until Tuesday with Jailer O V Jarret He is rapidly recovering- G B Sutton of Bee Lick is closing out his stock of goods preparing to go west in the early fall Walter Mullins and wife arrived Sunday from Colorado They will more than likely remain in Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Shade McLemore of Wilton are visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs John Mc Lemore on Richmond St T Bowling stenographer in Atty C C Williams office is taking a months vacation and visiting his mother at Hyden Capt A H Evans of Brodhead the best post master in the state is reported very d augerouslv ill and his recovery is very doubtful Mr J Henry Fish has returned from a several months pleasant visit in the west He is looking well and says he is feeling fine Mr Isaac Williams and little daughter of Laurel county spent Saturday and Sunday here guest of his daughter Mrs Fre AsherMesdames Maret and Lawrence t v write from Galveston Texas that they made the trip without a delay and are enjoying immensely the splendid Gulf breeze M C Williams after a pleasant stay of ten days with relatives her has returned to his home in Somerset Mrs Williams will spend a few days in Stanford before returning braketlup in a wreck Wednesday night He WAS brought here yesterdy morn ing His injuries are not thought to be serious Patsy Johnson Eminent Past Grand Commander of the State Commandery and a Sir Knight of Lebanon Ky Commandery and Master of trains W O Dilly of thesame Commandery attended the Royal Arch Chapter Convocation here last Monday Hon Harvey Helm is back from a trip to Panama greatly pleased with the way the big ditch is being dug By the way Mr Helm has just been appointed a delegate toI the international Conference to beheld at Berlin Germany Sept 10 II 12 to represent the American InterparuamentaryjUnionIntenor h i i LOCAL To day and tomorrow county teachers exau ination The Mt Vernon Roller Mlil made its first flour yesterday The L N will sell tickets to Stanford July 222 aud 24 for Lot round trip account of the Lincoln county fair There will be a game of base ball tomorrow afternoon on Mt Vernons ground between the home team and the Walnut Grove nineWltetherourcorresPondentshave gone on a strike or all gone to the Crab Orchard Fair we are unable to figure out but at any rate they have forgotten us this week The first farmer to bring in new wheat to the Mt Vernon Roller Mills is that prosperous and progressive citizen Gus Staverson gradegJack Adams is expected to ar rive at Brodhead Sunday or Mon day w ith a car load of horses It is his intention to sell them private ly insterd of having a sale as he did before Neal Parrott and son Ben have the contract for building the new addition to Atty C C Williams residence The fact that the work will be promptly and properly done goes without the saying The Crab Orchard Base Ball nine defeated Mt Vernons team on the formers grounds last Sat urday by a score of 7 to 3 The Mt Vernon boys are anything but pleased with the outcome of the game The Crab Orchard Fair is a howling success Wednesday and yesterday witnessed the largest crowds ever gathered at a fair in that town Lots of good horses and other stock are on exhibiti on The fair closes this afternoon The remains of Dr Joe Law rence and his infant baby both buried in the cemetery at Hyden Ky were taken up and Monday reinterred in the family burying ground at the old home near Level Green Dr Lawrence has been dead two years and his baby seven Our good friend and progressive farmer Mr Fred Hahn has the distinction of being the first one to bring in wheat to the Mt Vernon Roller Mills Our farmers should bear in mind that they will find a ready sale for all their wheat at the highest market price at the Mt Vernon Roller Mills George Owens the monument man has spent most of the week in the Cemetery straightening up and cleaning off tombstones and monuments some of which had fallen bown and others nearly down The home of the dead in Mt Version has never received the attention it should have had and we certainly hope that in the future it will be kept in a much better condition than it has been in the past Those who wish to go to Mammoth Cave on the 30th of notifydarranging or have anything to do with the trip but that we may be able to report to the special agent of the L N who will personally conduct the trip so that he may know how many to expect from this county See advertisement expenseetrigMt Vernon Ky July 15 1908 I am sendintr out today to each chairman board of trustees nom jnating petitions for trustees trustees petitions for eligibility and school election notices The nomination petition of trustees must have at least ten patrons o the district while the trustees cer tificate of eligibility must have five and both filed with the county court clerk ten days prior to the election As many can I run for this office as may desire by complying with the above rules Said election is held by secret ballot It is the duty of the Election Cow officerwhicha clerk It is also the duty of the county court clerk t6 furnish th ballot boxes The certificate of each election must be returned to the County Superintendents office within five days after the election If any district should fail to get the ballot box or notice of appoint ed election officers then appoint your own officers make your own ballot shut and etc v p 134j yourG em IF THESE SUITS9 aoQARE NOT WHAT oa2 WE CLAIM BRINGgG THEM BACKa IIAQ Keep in mind the Brodhead Fair which takes place August 1213 and 14 WANTED White oak and hickory spokes Will give prices and dimensions on application W H CARMICAL julyio4t Mt Vernon Ky Mr Fate Payne aged about 65 years died at his home at Altamont Monday after an illness of several months ofa complication of diseases He was buried Wednesday Hwas formerly a citizen of this county andwas an honorable upright citizen He leaves one siste r Mrs Nancy Jane Searcy still living in this county In a dispatch of Saturday to The Louisville Times the corre spondent told how many honor- were carried away by Kentuckians very prominent among those hon ored being Capt R M Jackson o our city It read The Bluegrass State started oil early on Tuesday RM Jackson delegate from the Eleventh district had presented to Temporary Chairman Theodore Bell a hewd from a Spanish gun bloc which a Kentucky mountain bo had carried back to the hills with him after his campaign in Cuba The Convention was opened with this gavel and Capt Jackson brought it back with him to be placed with his collection of guns knives and other curios London Sentinel Ifsay a beau rainstorm this afternoon about five oclock lightning struck th e chimney of the residence oftheRev David Asher living about four miles northeast ot London Two children Mattie aged 4 and Robert aged 7 were kiUedoutright shocdd weas it is thought that no other will suffer seriously prominentfamily Baptist church Rev Asher is a cousin of our townsman F R Asher A later report says that Rev Asher and his ten year old daug h ter w owere thought tseriously injured will recover wr eeoee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoosevoose oeeesoosseooeoooeesoseveeeeveeosvvesaeeeevvssvovesovsoeeesa e 808 Let Us fit You Up Do your clothes fit you and make you look like gentleman or do they hang like a sack on a poste AAi CLOTHINGThe kind we sell fit from the first to the last arid gives you that sureenoughwelldressed appearance Our prices for good clothes and goodshoes are withinyour reach Come today ifyou want the best r isJ I THE BUSY BIG STORE Fene 77 re0es Qe1egCWe the undersigned Commissioners County Superintendent of Common Schools County Judge and County Attorney ofRockcastle- l County Kentucky met at the Court House in Mt Vernon on this the i3th day of July 1908 for- the purpose of dividing the county aforesaid into Educational Divisions and subschool Districte as follows First Division is composed of the following sub school Districts with their boundaries SUBSCHOOL DISTRICT No i known as Mt Vernon 6 known as Maretburg 26 known as Freedom II 4 known as Norton 32 known as Cummins 65 known as Davault Hopewells2 as Ridge II 72 known as New ft Grosef13 as 25 known as Buckeye II 63 known as Medical Spring II1 known as Purcell 67 known as Langford 53 known as Sayers isksubyaries SUBSCHOOL DISTRICT No 17 known as Brodhead 36 known as Negro Creek 34 known as Union lr 15 known as Gum Sulphur 30 known as Wilmott Chapel 76 known as Knox RidgeY9 as 37 known as Hickory Grove 29 known as Green Hill 55 known as Conway 20 known as Boones Gap 61 known as Quail 68 known as Poplar Grove ProctorskThird Educational Division is composed of the following sub school Districts with their bound aries SUBSCHOOL DISTRICT No 8 known as Level Green 7 known as Rock Springs 27 known as Patton Moore H 56 known as Gum Springs 23 known as Buffalo II 60 known as Sinks 3 known as Hansford I 28 known as Mt Pisgah u 43 known as Joseph 39 known as Whitaker Fourth Educational Division is composed of the following sub school Districts with their boundaries SUB SCHOOL DISTRICT No 14 known as Livingston II 64 known as Sand Hill 77 known as French 75 known as Ga iley 54 known as Sams 66 known as Red Hill 42 known as White Oak 50 known as Calloway 62 known as Ping Branch 33 known as Pine Hill Fifth Educational Division is composed of the following sub school Districts with their bound ariesSUBSCHOOL DIRTRICTS No 52 known as Singletons Valley No 22 known as Mullins 45 known as Crooked Creek 73 known as Dry Fork 12 known as Brushy Ridge 48 known as Abnev 59 known as Wolf Creek S7 known as Flat Rock Sixth Educational Division is composed of the following pub school Districts with their boundaries i SUBSCHOOL DISTRICTS No 49 known as Reedville 31 kuoMn as Hammond 71 known as Payne 21 known as Climax 24 known as Cedar Hill 41 known as Stewart icc 57 known as Forest Grove 69 known as Wildie 10 known as Scaffold Cane 16 known as Hufft 38 known as Ogg In testimony whereof the Com bereuntoIyear G M L W BETHURUM County Judge- S D LEWIS j County Attorney O eTOEI aBeats Signature ctI J NOTICE We are overstocked with summer goods and are making exceptionally low prices on mens ladies and childrens low cut shoes dress ginghams calicoes bleached and brown cottons etc We also carry a full stock of school books tablets and slates 6IO3t ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky1 fOlEYSnOnYAIiDTAIt Cures Colds Prevents Pnmimonia TO MAMMOTH CAVE Rockcastle County Excursion to regl1lIarMt Vernon 348 a m Brodhead 4103 rn All expenses 935 This includes railroad fare also board at cave hotel and both routes through the cave 6ANDTAR for chIldren safe sure Jim opiate Ooo A New Orleans woman was thin 0 tX0ResultShe gained a pound a day in weight g 0OOOeeOOOOOO vIf iiThe Old Reliable m l l In Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you ub see advertised in the SIGNAL can be found at n TIlE OLD 11ELIABLE U Cheapest Drug Store in the county U I SiiSouth Side DAVIS Main Street I MT VERIMON KY 33 GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I COMPLE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 3 E T6i FAIR I I THE BEST FAIR OF THE YEAR IS AT T BRODHEADKY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AUGUST 12 13 14 1908 The Program of Amusements Includes all the latest novelties and attractions that pertain to a first class Fair The Premium List Has been revised and enlarged and includes nearly all articles entered for exhibition Competition in all the classes is cordial ly invited and is open to all Ladies Day First day of the Fair is Ladies Day all Ladies admitted free Fruit and Vegetable Display Notable for specimens remarkable for size and beauty Exposition Exemplifying Ladies Department PREMIUMS OFFERED ALL DEPARTMENTSS- end to Secretary Catalogue or List J T HOS CHERRY Pres JOHN Secretary rl UNDERTAKES 8 Jill nIAll Orders by Wire Promptly Filled i W1A1 COX 94S MT VERNON ICY I ss CURED THREE OF THE FAMILY WITH ONE BOTTLE OF CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYI a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and found it- t be all claimed for it in the ad vertisements Three of the family have used it with good results in summer complaintH E Howe publisher of the Press Highland Wis For sale by Chas C Davis KILL THE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS I WITH Dr Kings I I IIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPACTOE OR KONEYREFUNDED TAKE THE POSTMASTERS WORD FOR IT Mr F Mr Hamilton postmaster at Cherryvale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard here in its line It never fails to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to do without it For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 cres in 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 REV I W WILLIAMS TESTI FIESIThis is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nerv ous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foleys Kidney Remedv will do all that you claim it An Industrial products of the farm dairy household mechanical arts and science Grand Display of PREMIUM STOCK Brood and Blooded Mares Stallions Thorough breds Roadsters Harness Horses Saddle Horses Family Horses Allpurpose Horses Mules Ponies Etc A Grand Concert Will be given each day by a firstclass Band of talented musicians Athletic sports and past times and all kinds amusements The Will contain hundreds of useful and ornamental household Articles LARGE IN for Premium ROBINS AND the for the Our line of Couch Caskets w is unexcelled t Handmade Coffiiisfurnished Wa 1mthe Phone A number of representative negioes of Indianapolis held a meeting Wednesday in the law office ot W E Henderson colored in that city and discussed the propriety of supporting Bryan and the Democratic ticket Henderson presided at the meet where the Brownsville affair ling up for discussion and the in which the negroes were barred form the councels of the Republican party at Chicago Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills that are easy to take Sold by Chas C Da- visDRZNO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price GOo gA CARSON PAfNTER AN- DPAPERflANbER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a gven thing the aim with all of us to find the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of disease People suffering from liver trouble imagine that somethingthat disIon you go to a drug store and ask for a 50 cent or tl bottle pf Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Take a dose or two and watch results It will not only clean out the bowels and stimulate the liver but it will get the blood to circulating so that you feel active again and arouse the func tions of the stomach so that your appetite urns and you feel like your old self again A simple laxative or purgative could not do that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is not only a won derful laxative but it has tonic properties so that unlike so many other things instead of leaving you weak and drawn it builds you up and strengthens you It does not gripeIt acts smoothly oiling the intestines so that the passage is smooth and agreeable It is gentle but effective pleasant to the taste and pure in quality It is anexcellent economical Home Cure and its results are per whatIsconstipationdyspepsiaach bloated stomach flatulency diarrhea and the dozen and one other ills of the stomach liver and bowels It is the greatest of household remedies and no family should be without it because in a family someone at any moment may need such a laxative and then you will ap intheFREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr Syrup Ing a tree sample sent to their addressing the This is to thatthe remedy as to those taken Send for it symptoms of stomach or disease yet most for THEPUBLIcproductbearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO- t19 Caldwcll Bldg Monticello ill JUST EXACTLY RIGHT- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation bilious ness and malaria 250 at Chas C D tvis drug store LAND STOCK AND CHOP FOR SALECedar posts any size or length H J MULlINS June II3t Mt Vernon Ky NoTIFMy yearling bull Moberly will be permitted to serve a few cows at 100 MODE CRAWFOKD June a63t Brodhead Ky BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS It gives me unbounded pleas ure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am con vinced its the best salve the affords It cured a felon worldI thumb and it never fails to every sore burn or wound to which it is applied 25C at Chas C Davis drug store Giuseppe Alia convicted of the muider of Father Leo Heinrichs whom he shot to death in St Elizabeths Catholic church in Denver on February 23 is under sentence to be hanged some time during the present week It shoulduse Women sufferers J B AgDC DONT nw lot yourself t6bo miserable Why suffer from severe head spensif the great liver regulator c III1 Mrs E C Morrison Houston Teas writes I have suffered for years from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no relief until I tried Herbine and was completely cured I i use it always PRICE 50c CoJSold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS A REVELATION It is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that nave been cured by Foleys Honey md Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Ruggles 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 1v are now as sound as a bullet Senator James B McCreary who took an active part in the National Democratic Convention returned from Denver Sunday night He aid that the strongest ticket possible was nominated and that the platform adopted was the most decisive and positive declaration that has been made by the Demo cratic party in years He predicts Democratic success Dallas Texas is planning to en tertaiu 100000 visitors this week during the annual convention of the Elks which began on Monday Delay in commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that coqld have been cured qucklv bv Foleys Kidney Remedy may result in a erious kidney disease Foleys Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and strengthens these organs Commence taking it to day Laziness not necessity is fre quently the mother of invention Pat the laborer who was digging a ditch out near Darby last cek was rather lazy hence a brilliant idea came to him On the first day of the job he dug and dug but made small progress He came back next morning only to find that what he had done the day before was entirely wiped out by a cavein It was plain to see that there had been a cavein so that suggested to Pat his idea Half burying his pick and shovel in the earth leaving only tha ends stick ing out he carefully threw his coat and dinner pall near the edge of the cavein and then hid In a short time people came along took in the situation at a glance jumped at the conclusion that the laboier had been caught in the fall of the bank aria went to work hastily trying to uncover his body Half an hour later three sweating and puzzled men stood by the now nearly completed ditch and wonder ed where the buried man was Then Pat came out from his re tirement and said Thank ye gentlemen I mowed youd bite on that Ive been enjoying a quiet smoke all by me lonesome Philadelphia Rocord IT CANT BE BEAT The best of all teachers is ex perienc C M Harden ot Silver City North Carolina says 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 down con ditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore Soc The Sat Jacinto National Forrest in California will hereafter be known as the Cleveland National Forest It has been so rechristened by President Roosevelt in honor of the late President under whose administration the first national forests were created A8F IBears Biglaturo of A Herman Ridders announcement that he will support Bryan and Kern is significant Mr Ridder as editor ot the New York Staats Zeitung has been one of the leaders of conservative thought in America He has been ofaGerman descent Since iS96 he has been one of the most prominent of the leaders of what has been called the antiBryan wing of the Democratic party He has been a strong combatant of the developing radicalism of the day in both the great American political parties Fundamentally a Jeffersonian Jacksonian Democrat he has clung to hU Demrcoatic ideas while resisting tenden cies to which he objected Now he comes out for him He is the old Bryan grown older His platform is old Demo cracy brought up to date Mr Ridders attitude toward the ticket this year is the attitude taken by many another All sorts and conditions of Democrats are finding this year an opportune one to get together to resist a party which is just as conservative as the Democratic party but whose plans for a boodle campaign ought to make it peculiarly odious Louis vine Times Unequivocally for Bryan and Kern As we have said this is significant It shows the trend of thought and events This is a Democratic year The Democratic platform pronounces squarelv the issue of the day It is a platform upon which all wings of thi party may unite upon which Mr Bryan himself and Mr Ridder may stand on equal terms And yet it compromises nothing and straddles nothing Mr Bryan has grown graver and deeper with his years without sacrificing his principles he has won the confidence of men who opposed BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD FOR COLIC AND DIARRHOEAI Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best rembdy in the world Jt says Mr C L Carter of Skirum Ala Iam 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 cent size twentyfiveI Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man For sale by Chas C Da vis Foleys Orino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not irritate It is the best laxative Guaranteed or your monev back R W YC- HEDENTIST MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Workp BODHEAD KY Granite ana Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work nteedI IATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker fa Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets I Robes cIOrders by attend ed promptlyJ m iq r ijopt c lr fU d tii- q 1 moBII ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT ting Ute Stomachs andowels of t1 If II IJ W Promotes DigestionJCketfuI ness and ItestCoiUains neither OpiunuMorpMne norMaeral NOT NARCOTIC ecweofOJdDcSS ELPmHR 1 4iStnDtl qfte srdtd Rpptrmiat ttilaitonatiSaa Itrot flarifedtlj lndaytm hoartAperfectRemedyforCtlnsti tion e- aWormsCouvulsiousfetrish nessandLoss OF SLEEP J FacS tniila Siltmace of NEW YORK uarantee undert Food Copy of Wrapper 1Exact TAKE CASIORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA 14r c-W The 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16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES v vJ