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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4 r sPtlbll hed Every J akII I VjOLtfMEXXII MT VERNON ROCKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 16 1908 NUMBER I I TALKI iL i AND I 0 TALKS LOUD Dont forget your cash as these are cash prices i i BEST J CALICOES 5 Cents For the next 30 days I will sell all 10 cent rtaicles 7hat 7 cts 25a c i9- CtSjc 50h SI39CtSf c 7n cts I50 t+ IVT v T- 4P MEMS i I Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now qooi Suits worth 800 now 650f Suits worth 750 mow 55 QUTHS I Suits worth 550 now400 Jii c- r Boys Corduroy pants were 50 centsjnov 39 cents i Prices on Shoes the same as 1 other goods Come while they last Donfqiget the Cash SKIRTS A lot fof Ladies Skitsvere 3 to 4flOWL5O z5Q a great bargain j A lot OfiinnlurriCarpet dnd Rugs T f f COME SNOW j 8 GT JOHNSON- OK i J STORE Mi VernonKy jf a 7 ii i 7 OUII 1fl4La 8 r J jI J5 110 DUE AD The Sparkling Cup a temper ance drama played by members of Brodhead Biptist Sunday School wU hold fire boards at Mt Vernon tonight lp a rw Worthy causeMrs Per A Shelton andchildren are visiting in Boston LoiLStormsweeks visit to Keavy Lily and CiUbJIofare on Street The following officers were elected Dr W F Carter Pres Jno E Evans Vice Press FLDurham Secy A M Hialt Treas Mr Walter Miller is spending the week in Williamsburg and Knoxville The remains of Jobe Yarce were hid to rest in the Methodist church t cemetery by the Masonic ordir Monday morning at 1130 a m after a very able funeral discourse by Rev A J Pike Thbs W Evans is in Louisvile this week attt n JingcqurtH H Wallin tand A C Kidwell were in town t weekBrcdhead defeated tie i Watt ball team on their grounds I last Saturday by the score of 8to fir Batteries Brodhead Albright andii Crab Orchard is spending a few days with Mrs J R CassJ W Tate was in Lexington last week f attending the trotsV9g Tate has returned to his home sit Mt Vernon after a six weeks stay in Brodhead assisting in post office John EEvans has accepted a very lucrative position with tl e f McCulley Hat Co at KnoxvilJe townri success for him f M C Albright hasjust returned X from a three wesks trip through 1vfaplestj from a trip of three days duration t to RowlandGrider Barnett will f leave in a few days for New A Mexico to accepta position as an J Electrical Engineer WT Evans was in the Blue grass this week J The possum hunters are enjoying a very good season HON W R CREss f Who is the Democratic elector for the Eleventh district with Hon F R Hanison Democratic candidate for Commonwealth Attorney for the 28th Judicial dis strict will address the voters of Rockcastle at Livingston Saturday night Oct 24th al7p clock Mt Vernon Monday Oct 26th at 2 o Brcadheadfoclock t At anYtime when Your stomach is not in good condiiioh you should take Kodol because Kodol ligests all thefoqd you eatand tiit supplies health and strength for stomach1 in that way You t take Kodoljust for 3 little while when you have slight attacks of Indigestion and ydu takeit just a i tie longer in order to get relief fI fr m severe attacks of Indigestion or Nervious Dyspepsia Try KOdoll oday Sold by Chas C P The PresbyterianiTheological Seminary of Kentucky hasannounc edthaton Noyeiuber tpe 3 it will in wguratea womans training s jool for the inslriictionof f women ii religious apdsscula rWork Prop f ssors of the seminary add leading m oistersof the city wiljqnduct tIe classern ij Lthinous e e bChasl o= r HON HARVEY HELM Our present Congressman and the nominee to succeed himself MondayHonappeal for the Democratic ticket Both Mr Helm and Mr Thomlinson teel confident that KIituckywill give one of herbjd lime majorities and that Bryan will sweep the country LIYINHSTONI W F pbans Home Louisville was here l MondayLum Pike was Lere from Somerset last weekMrs Kittie Neal left Wednesday for Cincinna ti to make her future homeMr and Mrs Cossie Sutton of Mt Ver non spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J E Woodal1 Miss Ella Stanley who hasbe n quite sick for several weeks is im proving slowly Mr Frank Morris spent Satur day and Sunday in Berea Mrs Owens of Mt Vernon visited her daughter Mrs Sam Samms of near hereMr and Mrs Jake Pike spent Sunday with relatives near CalowayMrs George Grif fin entertained a few of her friends at dinner Tuesday Those present were Mesdames J T Chewn ing jB Hayes Jas Anderson Essie Paynter Sue Mullins and Clara Hayes Joe Childress ac companied his sister Miss Margie as far as St Louis Omer Chesnut is spending theweek with his aunt at Conway Dr W J Childress is having anew roof put on his residence on Main StreetKedSi- ngleton the hustling drummer Con1cretethe appearance of the towntMrs Carrie Glut z of East Berr- stadr visited her parents Mr and Mrs Burton A jolly crowd went chestnut hunting Tuesday afternoon namely Misses Lida Cook Georgia McFerron Lizzie and nie Fishback Dora JKckerson an Messrs Charlie and Will Rice an Will Gray The Naval Academy authorities have called upon twenty three midshipmen for their resignations The jury inthe deof John Gardner arid Walter Hunt charged with the murder ofVaughn Bennett an alleged night rjderv several months agoon trialat Clarksville Tehn for the pasty ttiree weekss Saturday returned a verdict of murder in the second degree an fixing the penalty at ten years in the penitentiary A motion for a Jew trial was entered A Certain Cute for CroupJsed- for Ten Years wthput a Failure Mr w C Bolt a Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic ChamberlainsIall been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years and vthongh tHey much feared the croup his wife and he- a1waysofelt safe in when a bottle of CnaniBsrlains Cough Remedy vtfas inthe house Hjs oldest cl d was subject to severe attacks of croup but thin never failed f speedyr tofrienunequaledforFor sale by Chas Ct D Vis COV lia J G Riddle has fetufned home after spending several days in Cincinnati and LexingtonMr Jarve Ca kJof Straight Creek is visit ing his mother Mrs Eliza CbokThe child of Wallace Clark who hasbeen very low with whooping cough is ecoveringMrs Lucy Walker and daughter Rosa of Covington are visiting the family of George Bryant Mrs E S Owens has been quite sick for several daysMiss Minnie Riddle and little neice Virgie Riddle have returned from Nicholasville where they have been guests of friends and relativesMrs Sarah Rickles of Mt Vernon was visiting at the home of Mr W H Proctor last weekMiss Cora Griffin te getting along nicely with her school S BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL There has been a Literary Society organized in the High School and Grammar Grade The officers are Daisy Fish President Blanche Crawford Vice President Mattie Baker Secretary John Beatty Treasurer Louana Whitehead Critic and John Fish Serge ant at Arms heldopatIRobert Harry Miller negative Clyde Watson and Blanche Craw EverettI dedworxdMcCordand a short talk by some s of the citizens of our town All are exerteise or any other exercise of the InItees f Therevillbe a song service at the school chapel next Sunday afJ willridaySchoolConvention are se v c SowdderLangdpn Dormitory this week Robert Harry Miller and Captainoftlie WOMAN INTERSUPrSPOLIT reAL SPEAKER A well dressed woman interrupted a political speaker recently by continually coughing It she had taken Eoleys Hon y and Tar it quickly system The genuine Foley s Honey and lat contains no opiates find is ia a yellow package Re 1se substitutes Toleys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the yellow package cfA TqnlCA WIJlc J iNEstablished iY 1887 The Hats That Selle at R It is settled now what the good things are that wiirtakie the lead y We Have Them ALL THE BEST SHADES IN SATIN AND CORDED SILKS ALSO VEIL PINS HAIR BAR RETTES FANCY BROOCH ESt SLAIN AND FANCY rj BELTING QLLARS TOUR IST RUCHmjWINDSOR TIES CORSETS AND HO SlERfY MRSJttLEX BROWN OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Ill NTiiIline of j r Handmade CofHusfurnislied jf1ntheOrders by Wire Promptly Filled U IIAll Wm COX 1M S MT VERNON KY m C JI tt tt1tttt1ttt1tt11f1tt tttttlft1ttt1tt1tfttt1t1tt1ttttt1ti1 Fafl ndWiter lineI My Fall and Line of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Are now arriving also E Shoes for Winter Iii lhw- J1J goods I have some great bargains to offer g E J f 3 STOKES = On East Pork Skeggs Creek 3 f = Thiee miles of Mt Vernon = EP S Remember that in connection we have a 3al blacksmith shop Wagon andl lmilinga specialtyHOW Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recom mendsa remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the won derful effect of Electric Bitters in acaseof acute indigestion prompts this I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver trou bles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on toe market today This great tonic and slterative medicine invigorates the system purifies the blood and js especially helpful in all forms of female weakness Soc at Chas E Davis drug store IOur Couch Caskets is unexcelled it Winter Fall and South making testimonial III have had seven years of paoof that Dr Kings New Discovery is tha bese medicine to take for ceughs anb colds and for every dtseasee of 9 throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world proofthatthe best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe and hay fever brotchitisj hemorrhage ofthe lungs and early stagesofacpusumption Its timely usealwaysprevenls the development of pneumonia Sold Davisdrugstorebottle free 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Oct 16 1908 1 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO T Advertising rates made known on a licationI MEMBER OF JK ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT + Wm JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska ItFOR VICE PRESIDENT- JOHN W KERN i of Indiana t For Congress 1f HARVEY BELM ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDCE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Court Clerk Weare 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 Tailer 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 CIIAS K CARMICAIy as a candidote for JAV ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR i We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rock astle County subject i to the action of Republicanparty While it is a fact that the Demo crats of Kentucky are going Jo carry the state by a majority of from 25000 to 35000 and it is generally conceded by the Republicans that the state will go Demo cratic in The presidential race there is necessity of action on the part of the Democrats to see that such a state of affairs does not fail The Republicans virtually admit that Indiana will go Democratic f and with that habit of theirs to at tact some unexpected quarter they are going to do their mightiest effort to carry Kentucky as an offset to Indiana AS an evidence of their fear of losing other states and in conformity with the above mentioned actions they at the last moment have changed their plans and are going to deluge Kentucky with theu strongest orators com mencing with Tatt and a host of other prominent speakers Their campaign committee has arranged to send to Kentucky thousands of dollars to be used for their benefit The Democrats should awaken and be ready to counteract the effect of such a piocedure The Democrats of Rockcastle should organize clubs in- every dish ict in the county at oncedelay is dpngerous Organ ize vour clubs and whoop up the good work and redeem Kentucky from the insinuation that she is a doubtful state Whoop up the great Bryan and Kern and show the world that Kentucky is going to insist upon the carrying out of the motto that the people shall rule O O Stealy Washington correspondent of the Sand James S HenryWashingtonj of the Philidelph a 0 simuttaueousPUbjlication rier Journal of a series of articles on the political situation in the doubtful States Messers Stealy and Henry are traveling to gether but are making independent investiga tions Their first articles based upon their personal observations in- Indiana and conversations with politicians business men mid labor Jrig men will reveal the situation in the Hoosier State today Tins ar tide will be followed by others giv w lug the results of their experience in other close States Mr Stealy is a life long Democrat and a close friend ol Mr Bryan while Mr Henry is Republican and willvote for Mr Taft They are correspond entsof lougexperience and are able to see the situation from nonpartisan eyesCourier Journal- In Indiana Stealy finds the situation favorable to Bryan while Henry findsit a clean sweI forTaftS POLITICS AND POLITICIANS of ITherein St Petersburg for the twenty four hours ended at noon Wednes day The Kentucky division of tie United Daughters of the Confederacy is holding its twelfth annual convention in Bardstown The State grand lodge of Odd Fellows adjourned its annual sess ion at Bowling Green Wednesds y May fiel4 will be the place of meet ing next year- ExSenrttor T R Welch cf Nicholasville has announced his candidacy for the State Senate in that district He is a very popular democrat and was one of Gov Goebels attending physiciat sI during his last illness The Taylor County Sentinel is the name of a new paper which will make its appearanteat Camp bellsville The piper will be Democratic and will have for it editor a persevering young Democrat Rufus Malhews of Tayloi countyAll robberies committed all of the insurance companies in all times in the past does not amount to onefifth of the robberie committed uuder the Dingely law in one single year Governor Cummins republican governor of IowaNational Chairman Hitchcock has announced that MrrraU wouldremain on the stump until the day of the election After making a short swing in the Sonth the Rerublican candidate will invade the East where he will remain until the campaign closes Timoth L Woodruff republi can State chairman of New Yorl said that Andrew Carnegie hrd contributed 20000 to the re publican campaign fund The only other contributor of looo or over according to Mr Wood ruff is Mrs Russell Sage who gave 1000- Chairman Mack of the Demo cratic National Committee said Monday that the campaign list showed contributions to the number of nearly 25000 from a dollar up The chairman said the total fund will be about 225000 as already has been published The Democratic National Com mittee on October 15 will announce the contributions that have been made to the campaign fundand tlu names of the contributors Ac cording to statements given out ir Mew York the amount so far re ceived is something like 220000 William J Bryan and William H Taft met at the banquet ol the Chicago Cnmmerce Association and both delivered addresses The meeting of the two political leaders was an occasion of dramatic inter est and as they clasped hands at the festal board the other guests cheered long and loud At a massmeeting of the Federation of German Clubs of Louisville held Monday resolutions were adopted debouncing the Anti Saloon League movement for tl e reason that it was a wrongful en croachment upon the rights of a citizen The resolutions declared that temperance is all righ but that the enforcement of sumptuary laws never help the cause tif morality Traveling through Misso ii i William J Bryan delivered 25 speeches all of them being heard by largeeand enthusiastic crowds The closing speech of the day was at St Joseph On his tour Mr Bryan was accompanied by repre sentatives ofaU the Democratic factions in Missouri and by several of the State candidates In a series of speeches made on the first day of his campaign in Nebraska which ended last night William J Bryan appealed directly for the farming and laboring vote on the ground that he is the logical candidate of the producer and wageearner He opene4 this line with his first speech at Blair find continued it throughout the day making twenty one speeches We shatt always praise far it cared our lojjlic uI H HERMAN HOCH3IDTH THIS EARNEST HOCHMTJTH 1701 Maple St Des Moines Iowa rites Two years ago our little boy jrsnan was taken down with scarlet ver He toot cold with it and in cad of the eruptions coming to tho trface they affected his lungs and Lomach For weeks we watched by is bedside hardly expecting him to 70 from one hour to tho next Finally he became a little better and taS able to sit up Then he commenced cough and in spite of everything we ould do he seemed to get worse all the line His coughing spoIls would last atil he was completely exhausted and lungs hurt him a greatdcal Every ody thought he had consumption One day while at the drug store my nisbund saw a Peruna almanac and rought it home We read in it a per jct description of his case and we hciight we would try Peruna We ought a bottle quit everything else ad began giving him Peruna By the time twothirds of the bottle as used the cough had almost gone ftcr lie had taken two bottles he was 3r fectly cured He has not seen a sick ay since and is a hearty healthy boy Wo shall always praise Peruna for saved our boys life Manalin the Ideal Laxative Gov Wtllson Monday offered 500 for the arrest and conviction of the members of the mob that massacrcd a negro family at Hi k marl In his proclamation the Gw ernor says that such threaten what ue hive left of civilization William H Taft Monday put in a strenuous day campaigning in Ohio his itineray covering seven teen towns closing with meeting VIonday night in Akron Mr Taft devoted the major part of h speeches to a defense of his dec s ion inlabor union cases Both candidates for President and Vice President on the Demo cratic ticket returned to their re apective homes yesterday Both expressed confidence of victory at the polls on November 3 Mr Bryab leaves to morrow morning fdr a tour of Nebraska Coloiada md Wyoming Mr Kern will leave his week tospeak in New York New Jersey and Conneticut In Greensboro N Cwill be held during the week the sessions f the National Peace Congress The report shows that it took 330000 to elect Hughes in New York more money than the Democrats havejn this campaign It is said however that this time Htghes is too far gone for money o save him- Trustees of Berea College are speaking at different places in the tate in regard to the establishment Sfa colored college It is proposed 10 purchase a largetract of ground ipon which to erect buildings etc Special attention will be given to rhe physical training at this school Agriculture andmany trades will be taught the the males while the femeles will be taught to sew nurse cook keephouse etc The speakers ask for sympathy and financial help Richmond Climax Scotts Emulsionof phosphites should always be kept in the house for the following reasons FiistBecause if any member of the family has a hard cold it will cure it SecondBecause if the chil dren are delicate and sickly it will make them strong and well Third Because if the father or mother is losing flesh and becoming thin and emaciated givethemFourthBecause it is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections No household should be without it Sesd tWs advertisement together wits name efJaPer in which appears your address law cents to cover postage and we will aadfyea a Complete Handy Attes of the SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New Yerfc BROKE ALL RECORDS Recent Bahaman Hurrlrtna Exceeded itGreat Storm of t866iNassau 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 arriv ed is sufficiently bad The storm appears 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 Exuma 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 Jorced 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 ac count will reach Nassau There is no doubt that the loss of life is heavy The whole countryside even so far as 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 dally dispatched laden with food stuffs lumber and nails The recent gale is said to have ex ceeded in fury the hurricane of 1866 which 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 es capcd with nothing but a stiff blow LONDONS UNEMPLOYED Serious Problem Confronts the World Metropolis London Sept 30The problem of dealing with the unemplayed in the great centers of population through out the United Kingdom is being se riously 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 estl mate has been made of the unemployed in ondon but a census taken by the newspapers of provincial cities shows alarming numbers The conditions at Glasgow are prob ably 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 Sept 30A scorching arraignment of prize fighting was made by J W Nelson pastor of the First Congregational church in enter ing 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 fluences of pugilism debauch the mor als and that Kewanee does not desire to acquire a reputation as the slug ging enter of the country FIND MANS BODY IN WEEDS Bloomlngton Has Mystery In Discovery- of Decomposed Remains Bloomington IlL Sept 30A mur der mystery developed here when the badly ecomposed body of a well dressed man aged about fortyfive and baldheaded was found hidden IB 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 lay near the corpse Two fountain pens and a conductors hat check Chicago to St Louis were also found DROWNS IN SIGHT OF FRIENDS p Slips From Boat but Companions Be lieved He Could Swim Alton Sept30Wlthseveral friends standing almost within arms length Samuel Joseph Williams slipped from the deck of the power boat Missouri into the river and was drowned at Maple Island He floun dered about in the water for j few seconds and his friends who thought he could swim stood on the deck of the boat and watched his death strug gles t Died Suddenly of Heart Failure Lexington Ky Sept 30John Henry Neville vice president of the Ken tucky State university and one of the leading educators of the south for half a century died suddenly at his home here of heart failure Mr Neville was eighty years of age having been born in Christian county in 1828 He Is BUr Tived by two daughter Quincy Sprains and Swellings Cured En Novuember 1901 I caught coldand had the quincy My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe I appUied Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me relief in a short time In two dava 1 was all right says Mrs L Cousins Otter burn Mich Chamberlains Pain Bairn is alinament and is especially valuable forsprtia a d swellings For sale by ChacDia c 14Awife will keepsupphed IY WE- BBALlTARDS I SNOW i LINIMENT I A Positive Cure For i Rheumatism Cuts Old Sores JointsCornsSHE KNOWS 1berryusedSnowLinimentnndcantI Ballard Snow Liniment CotST LOUIS MO j Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS SAVED HIS BOYS LIFE My three year old boy was con stipated had a ligh fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two dozes of Foleys Orino Laxative and the next morning his fever was all gone and he was en tirely well A Wolkush Casimer Vis Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the IbmatureThe Republican Campaign man a ers in Kentucky want National Qiairuan Hitchcock to put up 75 ooo with which they think they can carry the State for Taft Seeing that there is no hope of carrying the State by an honest vote the plan now seems to buy it and 75 000 as the price necessary to get it There is little doubt but that the monay can besecnred but we dont think Kentucky is for sale this time WYTCHiii fit iKUJN YEARS For ffifteen years I have watch d the workiug of Bucklins Ainica Salve and it has never failed to ure any sore boil ulcer or burn o which itwas applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 250 at Chas E Davis drug store HITES Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI IIIWAftt THE BallardSnow Liniment Co tiT LOUIS MO ChasC Davis Mount Vefnon Monumental WORKS Manufacturer ofandI V DEALER inMarbfes and Granite Monuments ofAU kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSOAGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences tewart1 Iron j Fence keaoerthariwcod WI12IsstaWetInt NI LSrdI wKIe Fsit 3t Lsk- 914wARr4 CINCINNATI O sse MtISS YICwI sosr sls bfre Lw kMilitMfi k3mi CM wi mw I GEO OWENS Propr1 w5 OURLINEOF vI FiOUSEHOLD KITCHEN FUN1TUREI Comforfs Courerpes8nd- i BTankefs Oarpefsr Maffings and Rugs 0 Window Shades and Lace Gurfains i Ranges and SfovesI and see for yourself that our line is first dass W and uptodate and that our prices are right k WeaIsocarr window sash and doors iGiveusacaIl CICM COX 4Mtf Phone 941 or 97 aeSgoeega yr 4 r It SUMMER GOODS III m For the nest few days I will offer some Ibest bargains ever offered oil Summer Goodsf a- sSilks1White I Goods Lawns EtcIAlid in fact all kinds of dress goods I also have a large stockof S 11 P P S =sa that must go regardless of price Highest price for country produce i I AC HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY 7 Convenience of the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent t Ivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoi edAs an investment you can compute the net returns accurately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings j account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or tIle youl1SJ bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularyou will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MrT VERNON SINcoRPonATEi MT VERNON KENTUCKY J mmm nmmmmmmlmmmtJnJf mm mn mn KT VERNON DMET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS iFUNERAL Mt EM I DIRECTORSI COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will haVe charge of that line of i E work for the company Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points AFURjSHW H KRUECERS Phone Proprietors fS WWIUW1UU1UWUUllUUU WWWlUWWWW f T1ro jkyu TTi1 IMjERNOftfSLGNAL m I IfECan up No when- youwant to Communi catt wlthSIG Z9 0 W gR R Co J 4 i TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 soutH 124 p m s k 21 South 1220 am AgentiEntered at the Mt Vernon Ky PostoQce st tassecondclass mail matter j PERSONAL 1 e Pi j Miss Francis Sparks is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Katie Tharpe is with he Vaunt Mrs Albright 1 Oeo Thompson U S Marshal was in town Wednesday Mrs Nannie C Albrigbtis very sick and shows no improvment L Atty 0 C Williams made a business trip to Cincinati Monday Lloyd Maret has gone to Illinois whare he will do some telegraphing t Mrs Georgia McClure visited Mrs James Meadows Saturday and Sundayr Jepp Mullins and son Elmer wera in from Level Green Wed 7nesdayJudge L W Beth rum is in the i northern end of tile district making speeches t J J Wood the Conway merchant r was over yesterday looking after some business Royalife t Monday night Oscar Brock came down from 7 London Wednesday for a few days visit to his sister Mrs C C Williams and daught er Miss Rissieare spending several days in Cincinnati J J McCall was in from Maretburg Wednesday and reports Mrs Mc Call improving fast t H G Sutton the Quail merchant sold out and left for a trip through the West Wednesday Mr and Mrs F R Asher have- S rented looms front S C Frank- linf until they can build James H Branaman one of y i Rockcastles best young men was ioverI from Wildie TuesdaygLdiry Welch is looking after the Hickory mills in this County this week while his father is away A W Stewart was over from Madison yesterday winding up the 7 estate of the late J H Sigmoni 1 Mr Waller Azdel of Winchester stopped over to see friends and rela lives between trains Wednesday Mr and Mrs W F DeBord were in from Level Green Wednesday andpW H Carmical the Church St Groceryman is able to walk around i in his room We hope to see him out soen J A Wood D G Clark and T J Hayes the Brush Creek Lumber men were in Thursday and report business good Uncle Harrisoua Reams is re ported very seriously ill We cer tainly pope for a speedy recovery iA of this fine old man E Mrs George R Reams of Du ley who has been sick for some f time shows a slight improvement bui is still very sick f Ernie Herriu and Ben Parrel wo lOt our best carpenters have been in t Livingstop doln some work for Dr Childress this week- t Mr Williams of Laurel county r father ofMol to become citizen ot our town 6 He willoccupy the Propertyyr tj ed by James Meadows i W Russell pillion of Crab Orchard has been nominated by the Republicans of Lincoln county f for County Judge Mr I3illidn is a son of Mr and Mrs W R Dillion His Democratic oppbnent is Judge Owsley Elder JW Masters of Corbin held the annual district meeting of the Christian Church at Fariston from Friday till Sunday Elder Masters hasj een devoting all his yearsLtin to KentuckyLondou Democrat r- uiijEvJanfes iuoyed to the property purchasedfrum F R Asher r f Charley Adams a former Rock Castle boy vast over from Berea Thursday calling ton one of our youn lanes x Mr and Mrs JJ J Cook arc spending a few days wiUi the form ers mother at Cove Jarve is just recoerng from a serious attack of typhoid L T Welch attended the meet ing of the Grand Lodge LQ 0 F at Bowling Green Tuesday and Wednesday as the Representative from Mt Vernon Lodge LOCAL The sheriffs settlement for 1908 weekeThe bank of Mt Vernon has de clared its usyal 10 per cent dividend Mt Vernon can boast of having some as good mechanics as can be found any where onrBrindle Ridge to Joe Taylor and wife for 2200 and will move to Jackson county The Sparkling Cup by the Brodhead Dramatic Club at Courthouse to night Given for benefit of Brodhead Baptist church T A Stewart son of A W Stewart who is intereested in the manufacture of a new model auto mobiles is meeting with grand sue cess in the sale of his production FRESH MEATSI can furnish choicesteak at 10 cents Roast 6 and 8 cents porkin the piece 10 and ham sliced 1234 cents Open at all timesS W PREWITT Mr H J Mullins informs us that Rev J L Lunceford will preach the funeral of Mrs Betty Barnett at Fair View church near Mullins station on the Fourth Suuday in this month SPEAKING Hon R H Thomlinson will address the citizens at Liuingston Saturday night October 17 at 7 oclock in the interest of the Democratic ticket Hear him he is one of the best speakers on the stump today P BENTON Cam Chm ENTERTAINMENTOu Friday evening October 16 in Courthouse at Mt Vernon the Brodhead Dramatic Clubwill present 1 be Sparkling Cup The play has a splendid moral and is inter spersed with fun and laughter Doors open at7 p m proceeds o for church Come one and all and help a worthy cause Bert Mullins struck Did Angel with a billet last Saturday land it is feared the lick will pr v e fatal Mullins and Angel wereI mployed n W J Sparks ro qparry and in the early morningNhsp a little difference but let it drap While eating dinner the trouble was renewed It is said Aragel had a pistol Our last reporf Angel was still unconscious PUBLIC SPEAKING Judge S D Lewis and W A Earn moid s will speak in the inter est of the Republican ticket at the following places ana times Conway October i7u oclock p m BooneII 77 P m Walnut Grove Oct i 7IIHammonds School ho se QQt 20 7 clock piii Climax Vs 7CI p m Splly Griffin SchobWio use pdm Langford 23y 7 P ni Poplar Grove Oct 24 7p n Everybody invited to atten these speakings and hear th issues of the campaigns discussed J F GRIFFIN Ohm R G C London suffered a 50000 loss Thone e rts liv ery stable destroying the stable b ggiesandoneborse which belonged to Judge Falkner The fire spread to the Jackson block com pletely destroying the large brick structure which was occupied by Kehr Bros Eberlein Co Ev ersole Ca nd A J Howard besides number who had offices ontfe second floor All were par tiallylitsuredCapt R M Jack btiiJdinwIe as g about 20000 with oaly 7500 n surance The block will I e i built at an early date tvtih a heir aiid haadaome sir ctur t so Says Mr Jackson crr oooe eeeoo oeieeeoioseeoeoseooeae 0oeeosoooooooeosoooosoooooeoeo oo IIQ m0lm8016liillimlelitielei bsarofoti9milliiMiilloQEt ooooeoooooooeoooooesoeoeoosoooo90 o itiiioorpm eealj iee ijoead eem aa9itnet o iEVERY STYLE THATS WORN BY THE BEST DRESSED le Ofe8 Q8 oeaAl SnO SARE B TTE e oap Sg S8 s orALL THE SwEUEST sods NECKWEAR IN MT VERNON is at J FISHS To THE REPUBLICAN VOTEFS OF ROCKCASTIE Three years ago I was elected to the office of Con stable and have tried to a good officer I am now a candidate for the nomination for jailer have always been a trueRepublican I have always fought fr the pearly at all times If elected I pledge myself tq make a hone and faithful officer Yours truly CAM MULL NS Bob Mason of Pine Hill Satur day while attempting to catch cn to a freight just south of Richmond Street crossing camenearl losing his life He was thrown to the ground his body just barely miss ing the rail and for several min utes was thought to be seriouslj injured He was apparently f s dead as he will ever be his head considerably cut andhts left arm sprained In1 short time howev er he regained consciousness and was able to go to his home This should certainly be a leson to Mr Mason and several more boys and young men around Mt Vernon to stay off of freight trains or at least to get off and on Awhile standing still spicde peaepIe ol Mt Vernon have had this week an entertainment of unusual order given under the auspices o ladies of Christian church Bro Win Yancey Erwin gave an ex cellent rendering of some of hi original poems preceded by his ex cellent lecture on The Moon tains Mrs Erwin added greatly to the interest of the occasion in her excellent rendering of Santa Clause a touching poem of great beauty The readings and recitations were interspersed throughout with excellent muscJ rendered by Mesdames AnnaMilleri Mae Rider Margarite Dycbe Miss Bessie Mullins and Messrs Eder and Wal ter Mullios and Victor Tatev The entertainment was e ed to with interest and delignHhrough appreciatiueaudience Sisterer s ar com1 mended tb ails amSTfg wlioai may come j r i 1 t f NEW YORKERS THIS SEASON IS HERE i so I LADIES COATS We are now showing the very newest things in Ladies Semifitting Coats 52 inches long Come in and try them on and you will want one 375 up to 1500I ARBRAND OVERSHOES EELTBOOTSi RUBBERBOOTS RUBBERS KINDS make sober they than q n oIt is wear Star than to WE THESE KNIVES AWAYv with- y S r a SHOES at 350 Nothing Strictly up to b e bIA flY M rLM IRNI s V NQN S A INi 77 losesooe oooooocoooooaoooseaaoooeooeaoosooosoeooooaoooooooooosooooo i01o ote Dee has just finished walling two large cisterns for Lang don dormitory It is certainly good work R A Welch has purchased the in terests of the other heirs in the old home place the now oc cupied by Mr Welch ExLieutenantGov W P Thorne will address the voters of in the Courthouse in Mt Vernon Wednesday Oct 21 at 2 oclock in the interest of the Democratic ticket Come and heat hirh He is one of the best speac ers in the State BENTONSCam Chm There are some people who owouldfare much better if thy would just devote tbe time to their own affair that they spend meddling gossiping and even fals matters which does not concern them in the least Vernon is bl essed with plenty of gossip and it is the case that those who talknipst should by rights say the least Red oak and white oak spokes in car load lots at any itation on the L N between Jellico Tenn and Berea on the K C branch or Crab Orchard the K D Red oak strictly secop White oak that shows a good annual growth andpf gtfo d zfon 5n Will give2o3orWhite oal an 17 for Re on anya mentionedsJ L RASH Co Oct 9301 Mt Vernon Ky BudPricetleI7 year old son of S B Price was killed by a train near office Young Price had been up the night before and sat down on the rail road track to wait for a friend and looseenginewhich sharp curve and the engineer could not see him because of a deep cut until araost upon him and heavy it impossible to stopHis TVliole body was considerably but not beyond recognition The remains w laid to rest in iEitn we u cemetery V i CLOTHING for Men and Boys more GOOD CLOTHES any man in townIsell kind that fits Come takea look are SHIELD BRAND up to 1800 better to Brand Shoes wish- YoUhad GIVE during the next thirty days LADIES SOCIETY We handle but Highgrade date goods and have ISQUARE DEAL FOR ALL NiT eLtOrHI PHONE Ramsey property SPEAKING Rockcastle fyingabout Unfortunately usually WANTED growth 1oilk Burrpostt Sunday beinga grademade mangled Monday Isell the they 1000 Remember the at the Court house toentertainmentI You can get the BEST OF EVERY THING TO WEAR AT J FISHS Come take a look TAKEN UpA black and white spotted sow weight about 150 ponnds marked with smooth crap off each ear Came to my place about two weeks ago Owner can have same by paying all damages Oct I63t J M MIZE PineHillKy In this issue is the announce ment of Robt Boyd of Condon for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Boyd is a member of the London bar and has been Master Commis sinner of the Laurel Circuit Court for several years He is a nephew of the late Judge Robert Boyd and is well known throughout this Judicial DistrictLondon Democrat John Cotman a negro charged with shooting Ciareuce Billack a 14year old white boy was hurried fromDixon to Henderson to avoid mob violence A Quick and Safe Remedy for ComplaintsLwenty Oeo W discovered that Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was a quick and safe cure for bowel thesae recommended many times and the disappointeme e Aberdeen Md For DavisdWANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE requires the services of a man in Mt Vernon to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods usually effective position per manent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications salary i 50 per day with com mis sion potion Address with references tC PeacoDk Room loa Success Magazine Bldg New York Burns bruises and scratches big and little cuts or in fact anything requiring a salve are quickest and dest soothedand healed be De Mitt s Carbolized Witch Hazel pilesdbyiChas C Davis Ired mothers worn out by the peevish cross baby have t found blessingIills so common in hot weather Look for theingredieutsprinted the bottle Contains no harmful dengs Sold by Chas C Davis The North Carolina Peace Con gress convened in Greensboro Monday in connection with that citys centenial celebration Senator James 3 McCreary delivered the principal address MIND YOUR BUSINESS If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel KingsNewness malaria and jauridica out of your system 250 at Chas E Davis drug store John W Kern the Demacratic vice pesidential nominee concluded his Southern speaking tour Saturday night with an address to a dem onstrative crowd at Huntington W Va He also spoke during the day at Point Pleasant After resting a day or two at his home in Indian apolis Mr Kern will euter upon an eastern tour- 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 issue3450 F L Thompson 200 III aaa The Old Reliable F II I Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be fuitiidat tt II TILE OLD RELIABLE I Cheapest Drug Store in the counYt l I S C DAVIS s Side Main Street MTst Y IIII U1v o = =mc 383K 3 ft GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky L COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele- Phone orders Promptly Filled L tt Z o J r fj = r J r Y If 7 tC 5 0 7 L i r If l fl ii I Old Sore7 Cut Burn itisepfic I Cures the Old Sores that bother remedies wont cure rILelieves the PainI L Burn instantly J I A New Discovery t by Dr Porter an Old Railroad Surgeon StoreI Krd AND ALL OR S Ve have made arrangements the of the local by which they will give away free a limited number of regular cent packages of Dr Porters Antiseptic Muling Oil as a of Introducing the remedy to those who have never used it sure of a free sample call oh your Druggist today i 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 forI oldsores cuts burns and all wounds When Marconistated that he could send messages across the ocean without a wire or cable the world did not beli it if we were to tell you that Q Dr Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil i 1will cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed to cure and will relieve pain of a burn instant ly you would not believe it therefore we wish to place remedy FREE OF COST in your hands to convince you that it is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered We Mean It It is in every home When any of the family are severely burned or cut you havent time to send for a remedy but you need it at once therefore do not delay tosend to your Druggist for a regular 25c naftape FREE OF COST We give it free in this way because we know that when one family tries it will recommend it to other fam ilies and thus introduce it Send for a free package and convince yourself a wonderful progress along the line of new discoveries has been made in the manufacture of preparation It will cure Sores Burns Granulated Eyelids Chronic Eczema Ear Ache Running Sores Boils Scald Head Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Fever Sores Carbuncles Scalp Diseases Throat Trouble Bites Stings WoundS 4T The following dealers have these goods in stock for free distribution Holt T C Berea Ky J L Berea Ky Azbell C M Bighill Richardson J B Bighill Robins John Brodhead Abrams John W Clover Bottom Abney Payne Disputanta Bullock W M Parks J A Hugh Smith M J Kirby Knob Livingston Drug Co Livingston Gabbord Son AP Sand Gap LAST NO1ICE To the taxpayers of Rockcastle 5S County i The taxes for the year J 908 have been due since March 1Stfr and you are notified to meet me or one of my Deputies at the following places and dates named i Conway Saturday October 10th itL f f0 fOtdc ill feOEuesday j 1th O M Paynes Stoic A Wednesday 14th 7 MK Pongo v ThursdaytZ 4feIlansford jti 1Fiiday f- vtJ 5 iS Level Green SaturdtyPr iV Green Proctors Mill Tuesdayc 2bt1 i r Ni 4J Ji 5 LiingstonS J Wednesday 21s- tt St Solly Griffins v Wednesday vVw 21st r vVi v Wildie1iiiday 4 23rd- a ii M ullins Station i V Saturday 24thAi tJu r Brodhead Saturday rJrir 24th- S i tr ilaiiboTuesday 2thi 4 Uv VJ R L McFERRON Sheriff R ckcastle Count P SPlease remember that the penalty will be added Nov iStfr andwe gihe all fair warning as I must settle with the County and State and am therefore compelled to collect the tax before I cand do so ARE YOU ONLY HALF ALIVE People with kidney trpuble are so weak and exhausted that they 7 are only half alive FOIeys ney Kemedy makes healthy kid neys restores lost vitality and weak delicate people are restored to health Kefuse any but Fol- eysORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic constipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels lIefU8 ubstitute Price GOo 5 KILLTHECOUQH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I cOUCHS OLDS ISOcTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOT0R MONEY BEFtJNDED 55 of a with maJority DrucjrisU means robe getting The absolutely the the needed they that this Old Catarrh Lambert Hansford ig For Wea- kKidneys Inflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and backache jis- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills A Weeks Trial For 25c E C DeWITT CO Chicago IlL- S LA5 CARSON PAINTER AND PAPERHAHbERI WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing yotif 6rder All Work Guaranteed 55 CJ WeakHeart There are certain nerves that control the action theybecome action is impaired Short breath pain around heart palpitation or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fQl Cureis f adapted to the needs of these nerves and themS theheartthatbringsTry it Ithoughthearttrouble cameintohavetakenandthisattenUonMRS D BARRON 804 Main St Coylngton j3P HeartCure faltoMiles Medical Co ElkhartInd aer1Drt lo = The American balloofl Cdtiquerttr which started in the third inteV national balloon race idr the fdffleS Garden Bennett at Btlia Mond yexplodeda few minutes after the start When the silk bag split and released the gas the balloon was 4000 feet above the earth For half the distance the oar and its occupants A Holland Forbes and August Post fell with terrific speed and a horrible death seem to await them in sight oi 80 oob persons who had gathered But the silk bag suddenly filled with air and acted as a parachute avingtheirlies aod letting them oft with slight injuries By winning Tuesdays game from Detroit 3 to 0 Chicago has wonthree of the four games of the championship series Should victoJy again come to Capt Chances men today the worlds championship for i9o8 will come with it Tuesdays game was an errorless one and the Detroit en thusiasts ascribed their defeat very largelr to the luck of the game A foreign nobleman touring this ountry says there is no romance In the United States PephaTps he has not read the estimates of the Secretary of the Democratic Campaign Committee as to the plurality Mr Bryan will poll In November Many delegates including repre sentatives from Mexico India and Porn grl have arrived at Atlanta to attend the annual convention of military surgeons of the United Stapes which began on Tuesday MARRIED MAN IN TROUBLE A married man who permits any member of the family to take any thing except Foleys Honeyand Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is gnilty of neglect Nothing is as good for all pulmonary troube The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar containsno opiates and is in a yellow package LAND FOR SALE 1000 acres of wild Ian3 coal and timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east ot depot in the town of Livingston Kentucky and the other tracks iu the vicinity of Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurel counties andaJlon the Louisville JNashville R5 R ex cept tracks 2 and 6 and these tvo arewithin a half mile of the rail road TRACK r i5o acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 invaui of coal Well watered most of it adapted to cultivation STACX 2 50 acres adjoining ttie lands of Jim McGuire Lee Arnold and Henry Owens Some timber coal good land TRVCK 3 300 acres in town of Livingston Some timber coal good mineral spring land well watered can be cultivated TRACK r4 250 acres located on west side of Rockcastle River Fairly timbered well watered coal a good portion can be cultivated TRACKS 200 acres located on Rock astle River Well watered some timber coal adapted to culti vation TRACK 6 200 acres located in Laurel county ou county line betY 9n Laurel nd Rockcastle and neat Livingston Coal some timber well watered adopted to cultivation For further information call on or address L W Bethurum Mt Vernon IentuckYJ Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is used nearly every where because it not only heats irritation ot the throat and stops the cough but it drives the cold o tof the system through its laxative prhci pe by assuring a free and gentle action of thebOwesand that is the only way to cure a cold You cap t lure it as long as you are constipated Insist upon Kenne SyrupSold The tuberculosis congress seriously condemned kit sin and declared that disease is often cpnveyed by that means Married people will doubtless listen and take heed but young lovers can still be depended upon to defy the deadly germ and resrvet e poetry of literature and of life Ko otisa combinstion of the natural digestive Juices aridit digests all classes of food and ever kind of food so voitsefe it will do itsejjdoesit and ibejHpmach is the stomach can get ont of order and Kodol can not but Kodol can put the stomach into goodorder Buy K dot today It is guaranteed Sold byChasC Davi51 ic ffiL5 111 GOVERNORS PRO3LAMA TION I SPECIAL ELECTION F R COMMONWEALTHS ATI ORNKY FORxTHE TWENTY eiGHT C RCUIT COURT DISTRICT Frankfort Ky Oct 10 908 By authority vested in me by Section 1523 of the Statutes of Kentucky I hereby proclaim that a special election will be held in the 28th Circuit Court District of Kentucky composed of the coun ies of Clinton Pulaski Rockcastle and Wayne on Tuesday November 3 1908 for the purpose cfj electing a Commonwealths At torney for said district tofiU the vacancy caused by the resignation of JN Sharp AUGUSTUS E WILSON Governor BEN L BRUNER Secv of Stat By JACKSON MORRIS Assistant Secretary of State A JEWELERS EXPERIENCE C R Kluger The Jeweler 1060 Virginia Aye Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kid ney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the irregularities disap peared and can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suff erers as it cured me after the doctors and all other remedies had failed I As the cooler weather hastens there is a growing hope of the cholera situation in St Petersburg improving In Manila also a dis couiagiug state of affairs exists because of a similar epidemic though there it has been on a much smaller scale In the capital of the Philippines the utmost is being done to eradicate the disease before the return from Japan ot tl e battleship fleet The fleet of six t teen big sea fighters should arrive in Yokohama n Saturday tTheitimejsonemore or less interested foJ the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia and J other serious diseases Mr BWL Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for f years and says I firmly believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be the best preperation on the 1 market for colds I have recom mended it to my friends aud they all agree with me For sale by Chas C Davis oasrOElEABeai the Ihe j 1ofR W DYOHEI D B rir I MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All WorkGuaranteed Satisfac tory Crown atid Bridge Work a i Specialty rodhead Marble- Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments 1 and 1ALBRIGHTAlso Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager- j M LJ MYERS = Dentist At Re on sidenceI MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed e Williams ATTORNEYATI MT VERNON KY fSOFFICE On 2cd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on 0I jal attention to 1PhopeNoSo 3 C McCLRYU- ndertclcei Embalm Cajnpht LINE of Caskets f1Robes c Orders by TelephoneeattendI ed promptly tariifbrdr Ky 1 icz A K sSx S T4 3 liliiR t The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has btm in use for over SO years has borne the sign- athrocfMrv of f fsonalAllow no one to deceive in thisA bu4ExperimentiInfants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance ItSrage is its guarantee It destroys Worms Santi allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation j and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleepSThe Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears thSignature Ofi9I f The Kind You Have Always Bought tIn Use For Over 30 Years 1C- CINTAUCOMPNY77 Hall h pc3 J Xc c SHOES Aur Spring line of Shoes are in and we want i to say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS I i Call andexamine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not McKENZIE SON c3 xsfre I 333 The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresh OystorsCoconnts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evaporated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 flaked Beans Beefsteak and Meats of all kinds SSAll goods delivered in town When y u want groceries call Phone 56 IiWH GARMCAL CO Sextdoor to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky JJ3J Dont WorryIf you are sick dont worry but begin at once butrepeatthewomanly ills when we say tAKE LARDUI It Will Help You sheenbenefitingsickrvoIhof bidg ity Ind says I Suffered greatly goodTheyusingtjwondeftJA3 ALL DRUG S OBOES