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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f JI n 1r Friday C ii I VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROQKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 9 2 I Is i 4 AND i IiJ LOUD Dont forget your cash casht 1 5 Cents For the next 30 days I will sell all 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts 25a 19 cs 1 4 f 1f 79 cts- r5b 110 MENsH1Suits f 1Suits 550II Suits worth 550 now400 I CHILDRENS 1 aSuits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 cents f Prices on Shoes the same as other goods Come while fthey las- tDont 1 1fj forget the Cash I SKIRTS J I A lot of Ladies i3 to 4 now 1 i a great bargain i y J i 4 lot Rugs t i COME NOV1f Lj 2GTJOHNSONIO e N r 7 v j PublishedI 1908NUMBER TALKS BES- TCALICOES tso Skirtsqwerel ofLinnliumCarpetand LIVINGSTON Miss Cora Wright visited her parents at the Eight Gables Saturday and SundayyLirs Nora Jenkins is visiting in Louisville Rev Campbell filled his regular appointment the Christian church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Annie Quinn and children of Paris are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Stanleyihas returned to her homo at Giav Switch after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives hereMiss Pearl Owens is quite sick with typhoid fever Miss Lillie Carter left last week for Nashville where she will attend schoolMr and Mrs MoS Mullins are visitrng at Mullins StationMr E Boreing of Brod head is visiting relatives here Rev Ogle and wife have broke up housekeeping and gone to board ingMiss Margie Ghildress will l leave Monday for Oklahoma to spend the winter with her brother Mrs J Boreing and children visited at Cove last weekWillie McGuire is visiting relatives in r Berea Urban Chewing was in Lbudon this weekMrs Jessie Traylor after a months visit to her husband here has returned to her home in StanfordJoe Cbildress visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Sarah Hall has sold her property on Main street to Mr H Bowers Mondayipopular place in town1 W Riddle the popular drummer was in town Tuesday Arthur Botner visited friends here this week Engineer Bob Gray who had many friends here was killed at Coving Johnra fine girl baby born the 4thMrs James Parsons of Berea is visit Jasrm m arrived Friday from Knoxviile to spend the winter with herson J Argenrare visiting relatives hereMiss Margie Childress spent a few days leavingrwas called to Dudley to see his f grandfather who is dangerously ill r A fine boy babyaarived at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Poynter TuesdayMiss Nellie Riddle of Wildie is visiting her cousin Mrs It JAndersmMrs Reub in Mullins of Mt Vernon is visiting Mr and Mrs Rome AdamsJoe Mullins is here from Jfarksville visiting his mother Mis Nath McWhorterMrs Rose Woods r ofConway is visiting her brother Dr W J Childresb anti sister Mrs Jas Anderson James Anderson was in Brush Creek Sunday At any time when your stomach is not in good condition you should take Kodol because Kodol digests all the food you eat and it supplies health and treugth for the stomach in that way You take Kodol just for a little while when you have slight attacks of Indigestion and you take it just a little longer in order to get relief fromsevere attacks of indigestion KodolrSince January i last there have I been paidout by the State more tban rpoooo lor soldiers to sup press the night riders Reports of the auditor show that from July r igor to July 1907 the expensa of the active militia of the State wasronly 91000 lu words a repub lican administration has used in nine months 9000 more than a democratic administration has used in six years If the voters like this wavof getting rid of the heavy tax they pay they will show it by yot i ingfor T ft Ifnot as they will not they will record their votes for the electors of William Jennings Bryan Frakfort Journal Iris reported in New YOrK than Wiilirm Nelson Cromwell and Eli hu Root have taken up t the work of raising money for the republican campaign committee They are said to fie mare successful than Mr Sheldon has been De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little liver ills They are yChas G 4 M BALLARD Vhose announcement as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle subject to the Republican primary appears in this issue Mr Ballard is well known to every voter in the county and therefore needs no word of commendation iiom us He was born and reared in the county and for many years was one of the successful teachers of the county Eight years ago he was elected County School Superintendent andat the close of that term was reelected by a handsome majority Mr Ballard has always been an ardent Republican at all times taking an active interest in all political matters WILDIE Born on Wednesday to Mrs Martha Watson a boyThe Revs Winkler and Van winkle of Berea are holding a series of meetings at this p1 aceMrs Minnie Mullins is visiting relatives at Dudley this weekMr Will Moore and family are moving to Jackson county Mart and Bell Jones wergfh houiefolks from Friday tmtiT Sun dyMiss Stella Adams was visiting friends at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ham Dalton are the posessors of a fine girl baby which arrived at their home Sun day Mrs Laura Manus and children were down to see Mrs Sarah Mason of Dudley Sunday whoremains vety lowMr Clint Toddwho had his leg broken in Tennessee a few weeks ago passed through here Tuesday on his way ty his home at ConwayMrs Jane Coffey of Langford was very seriously injured by falling from their barn loft MondayMiss Dora Ball and little sister Annie of Brush Creek were the guests of Mrs W D Laswell Saturday and Sunday Mr Frank Taylor is very sick at the home of his father Mr Joe Taylor The people of this section are at considerable inc nveince about water owing to the continued drouthDr W D Laswell and Mr Joe Taylor attended the Ma sonic meeting at Brush Creek Saturday evening and report a lively timeDr I ee Chestnut was in our town SaturdayMiss- Nettie Oldbam is getting alorg nicely with her school at this place Mrs Jas Cox vas visiting her sonGranvifle at Brush Creek last week The effectivenessof organization in resisting wage reductions has been tr1mphantlVderitOnstrattd but the suffering and the depriva tions of the Idle have been great How will these men fair should these industrial conditions continue throughout the coming winter Tie stoutest heart must grow sad at the contemplation ot the possible distress which will be entailed upon the workers their wives and theirIittle ones A Certain Cure forCroupUsed for Ten iTears fwthbut a Failure Mr WC Bott aStarCity Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic- in his praise of Chamberlains cough Remedy His childre have all been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years and thongh theymuch feared the croup his wife and he always felt safe in retiring when- a bottle of Chambarlains Cough Remedy was in the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed failed to effect speedy eure He has recommended to friends andneighbors and all who have used it say it is unequaled for croup and whooping cough iFor sale by Chas C DaVIS THE ENEMY SOARED The Cincinnati Enquirer which is not friendly to KlrFi Bryans presidential aspirations says of his visit to that city last week a Mr Bryans trip through Ohio was a continuous ovation His entrance into Cincinnati was a veritable triumph Not even in the exciting days v of 1896 was the Nebraskian accorded such overwhelming evidence of popular interest in himself and his utter ancesThat that should have been manifested such tremenndious enthusiasm for him in the home town of Mr Taft has excited greatest wonder There can be only this explanation Either Mr Bryan still exerts that magnetism of presence and voice which alone charm the multitude or else he has grown so greatly in the esteem of the public by his more recent utterances that the thousands would utter their devotion and loyalty to the cause he represents by their presence and plaudits The story can be told only in November Whatever be the cause or reason for Mr Bryans magnificent reception here and elsewhere it is apparent that the enormous crowds that go to greet him are causing no little concern and uneasiness in the camp of the enemy THOSE who have not yet made UP their minds how they shall vote in the presidential lace sheuld give the causeof Mr Bryan pro found and unprejudiced thought He stands for policies and princi pies which ought to appeal to the American citizens interested in good government in fair play for everybody in justice to consumers in he nest treatment for labor and capital in a steady conservative administration attuned to the wage earner but not to the jeopardy of property and prosperity The Democrats who strayed away from the paths in 1896 have nearly all come back into the fold this year The few who have not done so should question me genuineness of their professions of Dem ocracv If th ey cam ot support the Demo cratic ticket this year they are not the Dem ocrats down in then hearts that they claim themselves to be Lou isville Times WOMAN INT RSUPTS POLIT ICAL SPEAKER Iwell dressed woman interrupt ed a political speaker recently By continually ughing It she had taken Holey s Honey and Tar it would have cured her cough quickly expelled the cold from her system The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Foleys Honey and Tar cure cotighs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels c the yellow package i J W Established 1887 The Hats That Sell It is settled now what the good things are that will take tie lead We Wave Them f ALL THE BEST SHADES IN SATIN AND CORDED SILKS ALSO VEIL PINS HAIRBAR RETTES FANCY BROOCH ES PLAIN AND FANCY BELTING COLLARS TOUR 1ST RUCHING WINDSOR TIES CORSETS AND HO SIERY MRS CLEO BROWN OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE UNDENT KB ltc Our Couch Handmade Coffinsfurnisliecl parts ill 1All Orders Wire Promptly un W COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY jtntntntnfnnnnnnnu tnntnnttnttHtntntnnnntnnnnl IFaff and Winter Line w E My Fall Line NOTIONSw e 5 Are now arriving also H ShgesforFalland Winter ar thesegnods I have some great bargains offer irlw Ja J8 STOKES I- B on Pork Skeggs ereek= Three miles South Mt Ep S Remember that connection have a gener 3i awo specialty U1U1UnllU1U1U111lUUllm1ll lI11111111U11I1U lUlU1Il11l11111 HOW YOUR DIGESTION Mrs Miry Dowlin of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recom mends a remedy stomach trouble She says Gratitude won derful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indigestion this testimonial I am fully convinced that forstomach and liver trou bles Electric Bitters is the best todaysgreat tonic and slterative medicine invigorates the system especiallyssoc at Chas E Davis drug store 4 line of Caskets llil is unexcelled m IIearse to all of the county by Filled IU A I l dand Winter of = =HE In to Bast i of Vernon = in we v rH IS for for the prompts This ness sent SEVEN YEARS OF PRoOF t I have had seven years of paoof that Dr Kings New Discovery is ths bese medicine to take forceughs anb colds and for every d seasee of throat chest orlungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Pings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe and hay fever brotchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Chas E DavTis drug store 5o2 arid ioo Trial bottle free s r I i Y 7mr t = =r MT VERIZON SIGNAL FRIDAY Ottg 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF K ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO f DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDHNT Wm JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska FOR VICE PRESIDENT J TOHN W KERN of Indiana Y U t For Congress v J ii HARVEY H ELM ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDCE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle Couijtj subject tc the action of the Republican party For County Court Clork We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for County 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 action 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 We are authorized to announce CHAS iK CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL- F KR of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKHEl as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party GOMPERS MAKES LABORS DUTY CLEAR Columbus Ohio Sept 15 1908 Tue Buffalo Republic- Buffalo N Y The Executive Council of tbe Americau Federation of Labor greatly appreciate the intelligent and loyal service which The Buffalo Repuolic is rendering the cause of labor In response to your telegram of September i4tb I desire to say through the Republic to the workingmen of America what I conceive to be the duty of Labor- iu the impending political cam- paignIi What the working men need now more than at any other time- of their lives is not PROMISES I which CANNOT be carried out but LEGISLATION which CAN and WILL- be secured in the near future if the toilers and their friends make t wise use of their ballots next 2 November The Republican party and its candidate for the presidency ex Judge Taft have spoken and- where they did not IGNORE Labor- altogether they administered either an insult or disclosed boldly their aim to rivet the chains of injustice- more firmly upon the working- massesThe Democratic party and its candidate tor the presidency Mr Bryan have also gone on record- Thty have given us ABSOLUTE ASSURANCE that they will carryout to the full their declarations with regard to Labor which means that they will in the event of Mr- BryaVs election see that Labor gets ALL it asked for The working people and their friendsthose friends whose material success depends in great measure upon the success of the toilersand that part of tb public which delights in a square CAN and OUGHT to eleot the candiI date of the party which has made t Labors contentions for justice its own Will the working classes vote for that party and that candidate which ignored and insulted labor through labors accredited representatives Or will they cast their ballots fur that party and that candidatewhich q J =cordially and sympathetically listened to laborsappeal recoguz d the justice of labors contentions their own Withyi a year the Supreme Court has so interpreted the Sher man antitrust law as to make it apply to the voluntary associations of wageearners This law was enacted to protect the people from aggression at the hands Of trusts and illegal corporations It was never intended b its author and those who supported it to restrict the constitutional rights and liberties of the working classes Under the Supreme Courts ruling on the Sherman law Labor Unions are declared trusts con spiricies unlawful combinations in restraint of trade Every OFFICER and every MEMBER of EVERY ORGANIZATION OF LABOR is unde r prosecutionI year or BOTH at the court And this is not all We are liable for treble damages in cases where we exercise jour right of voluntary associated effort to promote our personal rights and liberties Demratic party pledges IThetoenact remedial legislation leslore to Labor those rights and those privileges to which we feel we are entitled under the Constution The Republican party inserted in its platform a plank which gives statutory authority for the very worst abuses of the writ of in junction an authority which does existThe Democratic party aftcr hearing Messrs Gompers Duncan and Mitchell of the American Federation of Labor Executive Council and Mr Fuller repre senting the railroad brotherhood constructed ITS platform to con form to Labors demands- It is silly for anyone to pretend to say that the American Federation of Labor has bartered Labors vote pledged it or attempted to dictate what the toilers shall do in the exercise of their franchise Neither individually nor celled ively are the workers annexed to any political party nor is the labor movement annexed The men and movement propose to be as independent after the coming election as they are today or ever have beenBut we would be recreant to our trust and fail in our duty to our fellow workers and our fellow citizens did we not support the Democratic pal ty and candidate to triumph in this election Last October when our toiler were keyed up to the keenest energy ready and willing as usual to perform their great serv to society a monstrous unnecess ary and purely artificial panic was thrust upon our people through the manipulations of the prices of finance and since then nearly 2000000 of our wealth producers have been in idleness- It is to remedy these conditions as well as all condifions in which Labor is interested that we call upon all workers their friend and sympathizers and an enlighjed public citizenship without regard to party affiliation to STAND BY OUR FRIENDS AND ELECT THEM OPPOSE THE INDIFFERENT AND HOSTILE TO OUR CAUSE AND DE FEAT THEM SAMUEL GOMPERS JUST a little more than thre weeks until the election and nothing doing in Rockcastle For weeks the SIGNAL has urged tin importance of organizing clubs throughout county It certainly seems to us that ic is time some thing was being dqne POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The contribution from news papers to the Democratic national campaign fund have reeched a to tal of 84994 Louis Shreder after leaving a note tr his wife explaining that ill health was the reason for his deed killed himself at his hpuie in Henry tyWilliam J Bryan gave out a statement Monday denying reports that in editorials and speeches he had opposed a liberal pension policy Congressman Nicholas Long worth his denied the story that in a speecbat Rock Island Ill he proposed that after Judge Taft had served two terms as President President Roosevelt would again be a candidateS William J Bryan on a recent tour traveled more than 7000 miles and deliverd morethuu 200 hun dred speeches A Bryan and Kern Club was organized at Maysville with 750 members It takes in every pre cinct in the count Former State Senator and Leu tenant Governor Lillard H Carter 01 Anderson county is a candidate for Represenative Gov Charles E Hughes of New York was forced to cancel his engagement to speak Monday at Chicago on account of his- throatChairman Mack of the Demo cratic National Committee who arrived in Chicago Monday de clared that tie tide was strong for Bryan In the East John W Kern the Democratic nominee for Vice President Monday addressed a large crowd at Asheville N C James Hamilton Lewis of Chicago also spoke Willam J BryanTuesday deliver eda number ofaddresses in Iowa byIlargecrowdsand said to have been delivered with exceptional vigor Word has been received at Fait vew that Pr sident Roosevelt had finally determined to take the stump and intends to make a six day tout across continent closing with a speech at San Francisco John F Howes has withdrawn from the race for Judge ot the Court of Appeals in the Sixh judical district and Judge E C ORear will be reelected without oyposition Gov A E Wilson spoke to a large audiince at Hopkinsville Monday The Governor devoted himself latgely to the night ridei situation and declared tiat the lawless bands were being broken upSThe Atlantic battleship fleet weathered a terrific hurioane in Ma nila Bay harbor none of the vessels being injured The storm struck so suddenly that there was eventime to raise the launches Democratic speakers were on the stump in many counties of the State Monday In every instance good crowds listened to the speeches and great enthusiasm for tin national Democratic ticket wa shownSIn a speech at Lexington last night Senatorelect W O Bradley said that President Roosevelt did wrong in the Brownsville case hut that Secretary of War Taft wa in no way responsible for what the President did- Registration throughout the State Tuesday shows that the Democrats were thoroughly active Gains were made at Richmond Vh Sterling and Owenhoro Lexington showed falling off from year iu the number registered The Democrats have a majority over both the Republicans and Indpend ents of 1059 In Louisville the reg istration fell about 2000 below that of last year for the first day The net Repubican loss was 1172 while the Democrats only a loss of 402 and the Independants fell- hort 599 Last year the first day howed approximately 29000 reg istered while fhis year there were few over 2ooo that had their names recorded The Republicans were active among the negross and got out the full registration in the Jei th wardand other large negro precincts Many negroes registered a3 Independents BLOODWe it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is there is little nutriment bit Back of the blood Is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTTS EMULSION It sets the whole body going againman woman and child Send this advertisement together with name of paper in which It appears your address foyr cents to cover postage and will you a Complete Handy Atlas of the aadI SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New i1iJ MOKE ALL RECORDr Recent Bahaman Hurricane Exceeded Great Storm of 1866 Nassau Bahama Sept 30only fragmentary reports have yet reached the seat of government here as to the damage done to the outlying Islands of the dependency which were ravaged by a hurricane from the 11th to the 14th Inst but such news as has arrive ed is sufficiently bad The storm ape pears to have originated near Turks Island and swept with increasing fury up the long string of islands running southeast from here Inagua Acklins Crooked Ragged Fortune Long Wat lings Rum Cay Exum and the south part of Andros Islands all appear to have suffered On Long Island the gale blew for two days and the settle ments are practically obliterated from end to ened the principal place Clar encetown having only five houses left standing The inhabitants were forced to find shelter in caves and food and water were almost unprocurable The government schooner Douglass was blown from her anchorage at Long Bay and was driven ashore on Long Island Many other boats were lost but it will be weeks before the full account will reach Nassau There is no doubt that the loss of life is heavy The whole countryside even so far aa Cat Island is scalded and burnt as it with fire from the terrible driving of the salt water across the land While the actual money loss is insignificant the houses destroyed for the most part being mere shanties nevertheless the loss to the owners is severe representing as It does practically everything that they possessed The government has taken relief measures and schooners are being daily dispatched laden with food stuffs lumber and nails The recent gale is said to have ex ceeded in fury the hurricane of 1866 whih has always been the standard of comparison but unlike that storm the present one was deflected from Its course and traveled northeast and not northwest so that this the capital and the nearer islands which were wrecked in 1866 have this Itme escaped with nothing but a stiff blow LONDONS UNEMPLOYED Serious Problem Confronts the World Metropolis London Sept 30The problem of dealing with the unemployed in the great centers of population through out the United Kingdom is being seriously considered by the government authorities all of whom agree that the number of persons out of work will be greater the coming winter than in many years before No estimate has been made of the unemployed in London but a census taken by the newspapers of provincial cities shows alarming numbers The conditions at Glasgow are probably Worse than in most of the other cities there being 22000 men now seeking work at that place Sunder land has 13000 unemployed Birmingham 10000 Liverpool 14000 Man chester 8000 and ohtre cities from 1000 to 5000 each These figures do not include the great army of strikers In the Lancashire cotton trade Distress funds are now being raised througout the country PASTOR HITS PUG HOMECOMING Arraigns Program in Honor of Billy Papke Kewanee Ill Sept 30A scorching arraignment of prize fighting was made by J W Nelson pastor of the First Congregational church in enter lag a disclaimer that the widely her aIded homecoming reception here last week for Billy Papke champion mId- dleweIght fighter was to be considered a demonstration of representative opin ion in Kewanee He declared the in fluencqs of pugilism debauch the mor als and that Kewanee does not desire to acquire a reputation as the slug ging center of the country FIND MANS BODY IN WEEDS Bloomlngtort Has Mystery In Discovery of Decomposed Remains Bloomington Ill Sept 30A mur der mystery developed here when the badly decomposed body of a well dressed man aged about fortyfive and baldheaded was found hidden In a clump of weeds on the Chicago Al ton right of way with a bullet hole through the head A 10 gold piece and a revolver Jay near the corpse Two fountain pens and a conductors hat check Chicago to St Louis were also found- DROWNS IN SIGHT OF FRIENDS Slips From Boat but Companions Be lieved He Could Swim Alton Ill Sept 30WIth several friends standing almost within arms length Samuel Joseph Williams slipped from the deck of the pbwei boat Missouri Into the river and was drowned at Maple Island He floun dered about in the water fora few seconds and his friends who thought he could swlm stood on the deck of the boat and watched his death strug gles Died Suddenly of Heart Failure Lexington Ky Sept 30John Hon ry Neville vice president of the Ken tucky State university and one of the Jeadingr educators of the south for hat II century died suddenly at his home here of heart failure Mr Neville was eighty years of age haying been born Sn Christian county in 1828 He Is BUr vived by twodatighters- Quincy sprains and Swellings JCured In Novueqiber 1901 I caught cOld and had the quincy My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe I appllied Chamberlains PaiD Balm and it gave me relief in a short time In two dava 1 was all right says Mrs L cousins Otter burn Mich Chamberlans Pain Balm is alinameut and is specially swellingSiFor A careful fe alwqxswkeep WIB II BALLARDS I SNOWLINIMENT S A Positive Cure For I SoresSprains 1 Corns Bunions and all jIb SHE KNOWSSMrs C H S3 iusedsay enough for it for Bhou isthehave in the house 1 Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 iMallard Snow Liniment Co- ST 1 LOUIS MOt Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS SAVED HIS BOYS LIFE My three year old hoy was con stipated had a igh fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two cres of Foleys Orino Laxa tive and 1e next morning his fevtr was all g ne and he was en tirely we 1 A Wolkush Casimer Wis Chas C Da CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 4UUUl THE Indianapolis Starthe organ of the Republican party in Indiana in an editorial Satuadav virtually concedes the loss of the Hoosier State to the Republicans It lays the blame of the disruption of the party on the FairBanks machin and Gov Hanley 04 S I0nrAtheTheSignature Y of WATCHED FIFTEEN YEARS For ffifteen years I have watch ed the workiug of Bucklins Ainica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulcer or burn to which it was applied It has aved us many a doctor billsays A F Hardy of East Wilton M aine 25C at Chas E Davis dr ug sto- reCream HITES Vermifuge THE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONir KWARC OF IMITATION THI BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO ChasC Davis Mount Vgrnon Monumental OKS1S Manufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSOAGENTFOR Stewarts Iron Fences 1Jh a tlWlft1 Iron j Fence leGmetAme4ii4s CINCINNATI O oseiskissCf Ml M M GEO OWENS Tropr I o A KIJ LIJ v- t AMIX11t i iOURLINE OF W ftiComforfs f BTankefs v Oarpefs Mffincs7nd Rugs S3R i a uaWindow Shades and Lace Curtains n i Ranges and Stoves a and see for yourself that our line is firstclass 4 and uptodate and that our prices are right XX Wealso carry window sash and doors 8 t 58Give1 C1CaCOXBrick Bid opposite Courthouse j 101d Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 33S y i 9x dE x x mJ ii SUMMER GOODS 1 1 C Uf U For the next few days I will ofter some of best bargains ever offered on Summer Iii SuchasS theI ItSilks White Goods Lawns Etc i I fact all kinds of dress goods ttlAudalsohave a largt stockof SLIPPERS that must go regardless of price I Highest price for country produce fA c HIATT I HIATT KENTUCKY rcG t c 3c3 3Jc3f Convenience the Savings Account iMauyj ed c rately Small amounts may Le added at any time A savings 3 account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are Qidle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the A entire amount at any time With a determination to save your are always welcome here Why not lend your money to then bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts J as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu- larx rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank- THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED s MT VERNON KENTUCKY ttitttttt1ttttttt1ftttJltttt t1Jttttttt1tt11t1tt1t11t1 AT VERNON DflSHET DO 1 PRACTICAb 3 UNDERTAKERS jjg FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBALMERS =5 3 Mt Vernon Ky rrs COUCH IMETALIC CASKETS 3 = Coffins and Robes LicenedEmbalmer will have charge of that line of = E j workforthecompany 3 = Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 EABFURNISHWH KRUECER 3 5 Pnone Proprietors HllU1Ul11nl111UlU1U1Ul111111Ul111111l11Ull111lH Wil lUU1 I I r J L i c 11 J JVIT VERNON SIGNAL I EMT VERNON KY Oct 9 1908 Callup No 79 When you wont to CommU i cote with SIGNAL Z9 a R R Co TIVME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south i 124 p IP 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Nannie Albright continues very sick Miss Bess Sparks was in Louis c ille Monday Walter Mullins has been appoint ed city assessor Mrs J W Brown is visiting Mrs Chas Neil at Wilton W T French was over from Wildie Wednesday onbusiness- Dr W J Childress was up from z Livingston Wednesday for a few IIjflours Ottis Halethe young man who wentto Prineton to shoot has re turned J J McCall was in town a lew days ago decidedly improved m health Miss Lizzie Tharp is up from Brodhead spending the week with relatives Atty C C Williams has his new additions to his residence about completedW Carmical is better and will soon be able to be on the stieets again JudgeJ T Adams was in Lan caster Tuesday tc hear Senator Bradley speak wasJr selling stoves i Judge L7W Bethurnm was in Lancaster Tuesday in the interest of his candidacy Neal Parrott and son Ben are in Livingston doing some roofing for Dr Childress A large crowd of youhg people spent Sunday on Chestnut Ridge gathering chestnuts Our good friend Sam Fields is suffering from an attack of fever We hope for his speedy recovery Mr Blaine Bowling leaves today for his home in Hydeu after a two weeks visit with his brother Tucker Mr Forbes will move his family from Level Green as soon as Sheriff R L McFerron gets his house completed Mr Kendrick Alcorn who has been very ill is thought to be on gaining ground we are glad to say Interior Journal t Uncle Henry Fish is spending the week with relatives here having just returned from a two StanfordrMr and Mrs HC Gentry of Mt Vernon were in thecity awhile last Thursday enroute home from BurnsideSomerset Times 7Mr and Mrs S H Martin spent a few days with their daughter Mrs John Moore at Berea Mr Marti rfrsavs things look pretty dry around Berea Mrs Eliza Parks of Nevada Mp is with her sister Mrs A W Stewart at Silver Creek Sh will be here in a few days to visi relativesMrs n ie Shumate will mov Dec ist to the property of S B Ramsey just west of railroad crossing and continue her boardin house MrsSue Butner will take t charge of the property nowoccupied r by Mrs Shumate t Mr W P Ballard and sister Mrs S P Pigg of Lacompton Kansas who tare been with their 1sister Mrs Joseph Coffee left yesterdayfor their Western hom Mrs JDillio of London is still Jourin LOCAL furnisrh 7 and 8 cents Pork in the piece 10 cents andjiatn sliced i2 cents Denvat all times j S W PnR ITt People who live in glass houses should never throw stones FISH he sells the best of every thing for men and haYs to wear The infant lilhyofMr arid Mrs Charlie Fletcher died Tues day They are dpiig good work at Sparda the new quarry near Tuuuel no The elimination of registration in sixth class towns is a great blessing Livingston is putting down more concrete pavements than any town in the State The trustees of that place are certainly pushers NEW PHONEG T Johnson residence West Main Street Not 12S W Prewitt butcher shop old Main Street near SIGNAL Office No logS It seems as though a concrete wave has struck nearly all the towns in South East Kentucky Buildings pavements etc are heingput in with a rush Mr S H Martin has abandonee the idea ot building tor the present Mt Vernon needs more houses for rent and we trust Mr Martin wilt reconsider the matter The report circulated last week that Mr Walter Smith the popular Jashier of the BInk of Sherbarnr was married we are informed was a mistake aud hence this correct ion To hear some people talk the editor of the country weekly male more mistakes than any other person living Why does he make mistakes Because he does more and has less time in which to do things than anyone else F R Asher has sold his resi i dence on West Main Street to James Meadows consideration a ooo Mr Asher will begin at once the erection of a building on the vaunt lot batweeu this property and his store house We call the attention of our reac ers to the announcement of Charles K Carmical as candidate for Jailer which appears in its proper place in this issue We also call attention to his card to the voters found elsewhere in this issue Mr Carmi cal is too well known to the people of the county to need anv recommen dation from us Mrs J J McCall fell Monday stiking an iron rod which had been dirvan in the ground the rod entering her hip extending inward and upward far enough to touch U e bowel but forlunately didnot effect it Mrs McCall is in a verb serious condition but she is improving and it is believed she will recover MCCLARY RYLKY Mr Cec l McOfarStthe popular cashier of the Bank of Troy and Miss Jean RvleYof the same town were married last Thursday The groom who is a native of Rockcastle and one of her noblest sons has a host tyIwho extend him and his their heartiest congratulations and best wishes for a life of happiness and prosperity Itrhe fortythird State conven otionAssociation will he held at Newport Oct 18 to 23 A half rate has been ranted by the railroads arid splendid accommodations will be furnished to all deligates Each county is entitled to three sets of innSunday School work should see that Rockcastle county is well represented Mr T C linndy of Knoxville dealeHilltfor a several acre tr act of land theevery best grade A large plant will be erected at once for making tog9 county in almost endless quantities and a start to utilize it ISall that is necessary tOe demonstrate its worth The brothrr of W E Smith the student who has been missing from foretwo weeks as well as the Lexing ton police is of the opinion that the letter from DecaturIll signed with the missing boys name isa forgeiy The letter and the address on the envelope are in different handwriting neither resembles the specimens of Smiths handwrit ing produced by his brother Judge Parker instructed the grand jury to investigate the disappearance of the student n 11 10 1 e 1 1Ieeeeoeo + eessoeooeee o e o + oo eeeeeoo eoeoeoo + e IDe 8 f 8 it e e IDe8it1I o e sseooeoee oooesoeseosoaeASSeoeoeawee 0 SheeoEQWOse eo8 s THIS SHOWS A SHOE SECTION OF ra901 l9oa oous8tlee sa ee 0 l Oee 0 Soooce 001 010C0 1 Q = t o CeoOClcOcF t ae1 88 boo eco t 0eo ee ii eoIt co es e gl oe i Jtt1 CASH S T 0 R Eimvv gi Y L L BUTos0000 e j j STARS tt 8e1 118 r e jDlirstockri Shoes is cora f 2 lntheleOQosway we are iio hing hut t Star Brand ee0 iuse1gles p I 00 cce poe is ee KYe eso ese BQoo-Nos 0000 00001oaee of co 01 98 f0 Brand 1othhigpsog Swan Hats Bed Cross hrtS eoo wo e32oeaWearooo im eoo- Oos 8SfteeaaeeesceeD4J OOeoeeeeee n esosoeoeoeooaooeeeooooeoeeeeooeeeooeoeeeosoaeeeeiaoeeee es0oe W B Jones and Willis Allen took a buuch of cattle to Richmond MondayTip ford sold his 200 acre farm in the Oak Hill section to 1Ir Helton from Bell Price paid 2000 Rev M G Fish is making an ddition to his house known as the Stephens property on Richmond street W T Crawford will have his sale of horses cattle farm products and household goods on Saturday October 17 R H Casey of Owenton dosed a deal for building the new hank building for the Peoples Bank which will be a two story brick The work will be commenced just as soon as possible as is hoped to have the building ready for occupancy by Jan est- SPEAKING The Hon C C Bagby will address the voters of Rockcastle in the court house in Mt Vernon Monday Oct 12th at oclock in the interest of the Demo cratic ticket There will be no disappointment this time and we hope to see a large crowd present to hear Mr Bagby who is splendid speaker To THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE TyDear fiiendsSome fou years ago twas acandidale forth office ofjailer ofRockcastlecounty 1 left my home and lost great deal of time from home and family in canvassing the countyr was defeated by my good friend L L Jarrett who now lies molderin in the tomb received a handsome vote from the hands of the people returned to my humble home to labor aud earn mv living by the sweat of the brow have always been Republican have always voted for what thought was the best interest to the party- I now come to you the second time asking the people tq think deep down in their hearts and support me for this office at the comingprimary ction pledge ray sacred honor to the people of Rockcaslle county that If elected anduprightof5cer CHARLES K OARMICAI s The Brown Memorial school is progressing nicely the attendance for exceeding the expectations of the principal Miss McCord Hon Thomas B MGregorv will address the voters in the court house tomorrow at oclock in e interest of the Republican ticke Never in the history of the town has Mt Vernon experinced such a spirit of improvement as has existed this yearj notwithstanding the panic In answering your phone dont say hello but answer thus this is one Oh six 106 or this is five six S 56 or what ever your phone number ior you can simply repeat the number of your phone leaving off the words this is Mr Marshall Smith has purchas ed from F R Asher the Mc Lemore property on Richmond street and has again intefed the merchandise business Mr Smith is one of the most accommodating merchants our town has ever had and we certainly wish him success A business man is judged by the kind of stationary he uses and it is just as reasonable to expect a to make a suit of whoaknows nothing about the business to print nice stationery Send yourreasonable figures The members of Brodhead Dramatic club will present The TemperanceDrama Mt Vernon Friday night october i6th While the play has splendid moral ills also interspersed with fun and laughter Come and spend two hours of pleasant past time and help a worthy cause Proceeds go to the Baptist churclrof Brodhead WAxri DRed oak and white oak spokes in car load lots at any station on the L N between Jellico Tenn and Berea on the K C branch or Crab Orchardon the K D Red oak strictly second growth White oak that shows a good annual growth and of good weigbt Dimensions deep 2 17 for Red oak on any yard between points mentioned JSL RASH Co Oct 93mo gt Vernon KyI BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The Brown Memorial School host organized an Athletic Association for the purpose of promoting clean healthy games and sports Robert Harry Miller has been elected President James Beaty Vice President William Kirby Secretary and Miss McCord TreasurerBasket Ball Teams will be organized and the Captains chosen next week There are Physical Culture class es the end and aim of which is to train the pupils that they will beccme strong robust agile and graceful men and women Maud Fleenor of Harlan Ky is staying at the angdon Dormitory and attending the Brown Memorial school Much interest is being taken the Advanced Chorus Class con ducted by Miss Key The enrollment at Brown Memorial is 76 A Quick and Safe Remedy for Bowel Complaints Lwenty years ago Mr Oeo W discovered that Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was a quick and safe cure for bowel comblaints During all of these years he saysc1 have used it and recommended many times and the results have never yet disappointed me Mr Brock is publisher pf the Aberdeen Md Enterprise For sale by Chas C Davis The statement of the New York Clearinghouse Banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 4228gi5o more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is adecrease ot 7750400 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week The cholera continues to de crease in St Petersburg The re port at noon Saturday for the previous twenty four hours showed 163 cases eightyfour deaths and- ninetyninePatients dischargrd Burns bruises and scratches big anythingrequiring dest soothed and healed be De WileS Carbolized Witch Hazel pilesBeby Chase C Davis tae6Me1 ohoe Qae frOee C 05U WE FIT YOU i Ode i Our Clothing for Fall millOroae rGofj9eew e4GallColo Gto a OgJDrop in and seeh pelfc4t f ly you can be fitted I 11900 e fr O y Q 0 oo line fioe Q c t e ee e I Shield Shoese s ao oe 00 oe 8+ + + eo + o i p m C U a g I I I a I I I ti S a 3 longVill j 03Vintle w Tired mothers woin out by the peevishcross baby have found Cascasweet a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and child ren and is especially good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for theingredients printed OD the bottle Contains no harmful dengs Sold by Chas C Davis The Chicago wheat market waa Meak saterday owing to general selling by commission houses based on a decline at Liverpool ard continued liberal receipts in the Northwest MIND YOURBUSINESS- If you dout nobody will It is your business to keep out ofJ tall the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel KingsNewness malaria and jauudica out of Enstore Consternation has been caused among the Republican campaign managers by the Rock Island speech of Congressman Nicholas Longworth in which he declared for eight years for Taft to Ie- followed by eight more for Roose velt According to reports in Washington the President was by no means pleased with his sonin laws address DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND Send your donation no matter how large or small to Jonas Mc Kenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon and proper credit will be given and your name recorded in this list the Friday following the date of the remittance Small donations is what Mr Bryan is asking for Reported last issue 34 50 F L Thompson 200 n= = = J J 1- i 6 The Old Reliable oo Most any Drug or Patent Mecjjcine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at UI f THE OLD RELIABLE pest Drug Store in the county Ile S CDAVIS t South Side Main Street L = MT VERNON Y ill e ft r w w w rv GRANVILLE OWENS 4r ul UNDERTAKER 1 I Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins Gaskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 3ste I j f1 5 i 1 t 1 i4J t i ht r = V Old Sore Cut Burn Antiseptic Cures the Old Sores that other remedies wont cure to the of a Burn I A New Discovery by Dr Porter an Old Railroad Surgeon 25c packages free atyour nearest Drugstore Relieves instantly I e 7e have made arrangements with the majority of the local Druggists by they will give away free alimited number of regular 25 cent packages of Dr Porters Antiseptic Hecllnj Oil as a means of tntroduciugtheremedy- to those have never used it To be sure of getting afree sample on your Druggist today The PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY 262230 Pine St St Louis Mo manufacturers of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE and other standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever placed on the market for cableithe world did not beli v- eFitif we were to tell you that Dr Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil will cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed to cure and will absolutely relievethe pain of a bum instantly you would not believe it therefore we wish to place the remedy FREE OF COT in your hands to convince you t that it is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered 1 We Mean Iti It is needed in every home When any of the family are severely burnedorr cut you havent time to send for a but need it at once therefore do not delay to send to Druggist for a regular 25e package FREE OF remedy you COST We give it free in this way because we know that when one fat11i1y Aries it they will recommend it to other fam ilies and thus introduce It Send for a free package and convince yourself th t a wonderful progress along the lIne of new discoveries has been made in the manufacture of this preparation It will cure r Old Sores Burns Granulated Eyelids Chronic Catarrh Eczema Ear Ache Running Sores Boils Scald Head Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Fever Sores Carbuncles Scalp Diseases Throat Trouble Bites Stings Wounds The following dealers have these goods in stock for free distribution Holt T C Berea Ky Lambert J L Berea Ky Azbell C M Bighill Richardson J B Bighill Robins John Brcdhead Abrams John W Clover Bottom CIAhney Payne Disputanta Bullock W M Hansford Parks J A Hugh Smith M J Kirby Knob Livingston Drug Co Livingston Gabbord Son AP Sand G- apLAST NOTICE To the taxpayers Rockcastle CountyT- he taxes for the year 1908 have due since March Island you ar notified to meet me or one of my Deputies at the following places and dates learned 5Conway Saturday October 10th xti tRockford Ax Tuesday 13th f O M Paynes StOTP Wednesday J lath 55 J0 Pony i Thursday 15th i fJ SHansford h J Friday t 16th Level Greenr Saturday fE0 lith f Green Proctors Mill f 71 x Tuesday yV 2oth Livingston 1 Wednesday 21st- r Solly Griffirts Av Wednesday 2lst Wildiex il Friday 23rd- y It Mullins Station fr Saturday ltfi v 24- thBrodhead 4 jl CIs tlJ Saturday 24thO F Orlando Tuesday 2ith- fe lPiV Ra McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle Co- SPlease ntl P remember that the penalty will be added Nov 1st1 and we gihe all fair warning as I must settle with the County and State P andam therefore compelled to collect the tax before Icand do so ARE YOU ONLY HALF ALIVE People with kidney trouble are so weak and exhausted that the are only half alive FOleys Krd ney Kemedy makes healthy kid nets restores lost vitality and weak delicate people are restored to health Kefuse any but Foleys fDRIND LaxativePleasant take Syrup The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic conI stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stomach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price GOo iLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I I FOR cOLg Trial PRICEI AND ALL THROAT AND lUNGTftOUSL- ESGUARANUm BATISFA- OTOR0jOWjjjj J Pain L which who call your of been For Wea- kKidneys Inflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and j backache use Kidneyj 11 A Weeks Trial For 25c E C DeWITT CO Chicago IlL A CARSON PAfNTER AN- DPAPERUANIER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed Are You Sick Much sickness is due to systemYours you cannot get well until strengthYour natures power house the gettheirthe power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tirednerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its beneficial effect leadIngbooks and found that Dr Miles Ner vine tit my easel From the very first betternowdo all my own work on the farm hasdonemend it to others JOHN JAMES Rlverton Nebr NervIrefallstoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind nh matlPatns relieved hy e Dr Ue AlJI l PllhV25 loses K ctf y PRO HIPI TiONCAND FOR CONGRESS INSINUATIONS AN IbAlEI Wilmore Kv Some disinterested and distinguished parties of the press at Lexington and Frankford respect inliIisinulation hadnt sense enough to find his way to Washington To which he replys that if the only political highway to the capitol of the Republic is dotted with the foot prints of rum ruled politicans and bound with the bones and studded with the skulls of the victims ol the Liquor Traffic he has too much of the sense of honor and higher ideals of American citizenship than to even attempt the perilous journey ANDREW JOHNSON MARRIED MAN IN TROUBLE A married man who permits oily memberof the familvto take any thing except Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is gnilty of neglect Noth i gisas good for all pulmonary FoleysHoneyand is in a yellow package LAND FOR SALE 1000 acres of wild land coal and timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east ot depot in the towllofLivinRstontKentucky and the other tracks in the vicinity of Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurel counties and all on the Louisville Nashville R R ex cept tracks 2 and 6and these two are within a halt mile of the rail roadTRACK i 160 acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 in vain of coal Well watered most of it adapted to cultivation TRACK 2 50 acres adjoining Leeetimber coal good land TRVCK 3 300 acres in town of Livingston Some timber coal good mineral spring land well watered can be cultivated TRACK 45 250 acres located on west side of Rockcastle River Fairly timbered well watered coal a good portion can be cultivated TRACK 5 200 acres located on Rockcastle River Well watered some timber coal adapted to culti vationTRACK 6 200 acres located in Laurel county on county line between Laurel and Rockcastle and near Livingston Coal some timber well watered adopted to cultivationFor information call on or address L W Bethurum Mt Vernon Kentucky Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is used nearly every where because it not only heals irritation of the throat and stops the cough but it drives the cold out of the system through its laxative princi pIe by assuring a free and gentle action of the bowels and that ithe only way to cure a cold YOl cant cure it as long as ouare constipated Insist upon Kenne dys Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by Chas C Davis Samuel Gompersrs president o the American Federation of Labor issued asfatemeut last nignt in which Willam H Taft Republicai candidate for presidency is bittern arraigned because of the latter s charge in a speech at Denver Sat urday Tugftt that the labor leadei was lying to his followers Mr porapers recites the experience of the labor delegation at the Repub rican National Convention and has somthing to say of the injunc tions issued by Judge Taft when on the Federal bench Kodol is a cOmbinstion of the natural digestive juices and it digests all classes of f o Land ever kind of food so YQireee it will doth work that the stomach itself does The only difference between it and the stomach is the stomach cangetQntoforder and Kodol can not but Kodol can put the stomach into good order Buy Kodol today It is guaranteed Sold by Chas C Davis Frank P James State Auditor has announced his intention of preparing a detajled statement charging county officers in Ken tucky with grafting The Auditor charges that one Cointy Judge drew money for the support of a ptiraadiotfor eighteen after the idiot died no LAND STOCK AND OBO PIThe Kansas corn crop is eno mous this year and in Illinois Indiana Ohio Missouri Nebraska Iowa and throughout the corn belt the yield will bewell up to an average good crop India is said to have a wheat area estimated at 27000 coo acres The average yield per acre is low and much of the work of handling the crop is still done in a primitive fashion There has not been a season fcr many years when the prices of egj s have held up as they have this year In July and August it is not unusual for the farmers to receive thirty cents per dozen for eggs to say nothing of the prices of eggs that are assorted and packed in boxes for fancy trade The large crop of grain and potatoes that are being raised this year over the whole country should in duce farmers to keep larger flocks Eggs are now selling for a higher price proportionately than any other article produced on the farm Ex A JEWELERS EXPERIENCE C R Kluge The Jeweler 1060 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kid ney trouble that I could hardy walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foley Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my back ache and the irregularities disap peared and can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured me after the doctors and all other remedies had failed William H Taft will close his campaign November 2 witha speech at Youngstown 0where the campaign was formally opened by the Republicans Pittsburg was put out of the Nat tional League pennant race Sundav where Chicago won New York b winning all three remaining games may tie Chicago How To Curs a Cold The puestion of how to pure a cold without unnecessary loss o time is one in which we are all more or less interested foJ the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia and jther serious diseases Mr BWL Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy foi IOhamberlainsbe the best preperation on the market for colds I have recom mended it to my friends and they all agree with me For sale by Chas C Da- visC3gTRI ABerta tie aOlH R W DYC- HEDENTIST i MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Brodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured byl ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D 1 B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYKRS Dentist At on Residentej MTVERNON KY Work guaranteed CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT IiJOFFICE On 2cd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churct streetSpecial attention giver to collections Phone No 8q 3 C MeGLARY Uri erta erEmbalmer Completer 1Robesc Orders by Telephoneattend edpromptly tanfnlyd Ky Jj 1 u =L 1 beenin0 and has been made under his per 9sonal supervision since its infancy no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiments What t CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friendj GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScL he Signature of The KM You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years NW J x SHOES Our Spring line of Shoes are in and we want say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more ourss vLADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS 11 i Call andexamine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIESON1 E 3e36s5 I The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresli Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall kindsAll ods delivered in town When want groceries call Phone 56iW H CARMICAL Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky M Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life It is at thii time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress INTAKE CARDUl It WiU Help You Mrs Lucinda 0 Hill of Freeland 0 writes Before I began to take Oardui I sufferedao badly I was afraid to lie down at night After I began to take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of lfi and the change f of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUGSTORES