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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u t r i i tl I L blished Every Friday tI v r ect 1t dUUi ttt8tVOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 1908 NUMBER 10 I CO MINI 1- e j r- ie i h as aV ea Ua s FOR SANTA LAUSE Ji fJ L4resents rich alike fr Just back from city with a full line of Xmas goods You can have no excuse now we have the very latest goods that are on the nriaket made of quality and 1style So are the values in our store that it is almost unwise to quote = comparative price lest you think values over stimated However every article is ex actly as represented and you areA invited frlgodfrHth to take our opening which is the greatest opportunity ever to the buying public A little money goes a long ways at our store when you are Iookingfpr a K i 5t j 1 We have left no stone unturned to make his the largest display of Xmas goods ever brought toy a l our city i ff The of a competent jforGxyNsleFks at your HUGH MILLER V I am candidate for Circuit Court Clerk or Rockcastle county subject to the action of the party Since attaining my majority I have voted and worked for the upholding of the principles of the party I propose to make a clean unbiased unprejudiced canvass I wish tosay to my friends and the people in general I shave thoroughly considered this question and the advice of many Iof make this announcement I want it distinctly understood thatI was n influenced any body or faction to enter this race I simply come before you on my own footing In the canvass I shall not depend 3upon the faults frailties or shortcomings of my opponents if they any but urge ability to discharge the duties of the office having had experience in writing in the office during the incumbency of the late W M Fish oueofthe best of men and clerks that ever tilled th- In e position case I receive the nomination and elected I promise to J discharge the duties of the office promptly and efficiently Under these conditions Lurgeutly request the support oj the people MiLLRR4al r 1 t JihI W f 0 2 i 1 27 i I by have my L LIVvlNGSTO Miss Annie Griffin of Jellico is visiting relatives hereMrs J H Browning is visiting her mother Mrs Kate Magee atCrab Orchard this weekMiss Georgia McFer Ton is spending few days with her parents at Pine HillMrs Bob Clair is in Louisville Omer Chesnut spent Sunday with his mother Mrs James Anderson Mrs James Stanley is visiting her daughter at Mershons X Roads Misses Myrtle Chewning and Annie Griffin are visiting at Ma ret burg and Brodhead this week Mr and Mrs J H Browning and Miss Essie Pike spent Sunday with the Misses Baugh at Mershons X RoadsMesdames Susie Mullins and JB Hayes are on the sic- klistMrs J Boreing and are visiting near Mt childrenI and Mrs OF Foley are the proud parents of a fine girl baby Risse the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Oliver is very sick at this writingBorn to the wife of Bud Anderson girl baby Frank the little son of Mr and Mrs Will Turner died of scarlet fever TuesdayMrs Houston ifcFerron spent Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs W Childress The Juniors are pla Wing fora big day at Galloway Thanksgiving Mrs Ida Taylor and infant baby died Thursday and was buried Friday A GOOD LINIMENT When you need a good reliable liniment try Chamberlains Pain nosuperiorforsprainsallf1 mpeQed with or chest Italso relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible hisale1byiehas Ci Day is v l COVE C L Riddell came up from Far riston Monday George Bell of Jellico is visiting relatives here and bird hunting ==Mr and Mrs Ge visitsing her daughter Mrs S B Ram been onehalf interest in Smith Reams Bros store at Orlando Wallace Clark has moved to Wolf creek Mr Wm McNew who has been in very poor health for sometime continues about the same E J Williams who has had pul monary troubles for some weeks has recovered sufficiently to resume duties as telegraph operator at Or lando THE REVIR HICKS ALMANAC For 1909 read Nov isth bigger and Qettertbaneverby mail 35 OJ1eIIeOpYfreeWit avear WORD ANE WORMS PUKCO 2201 MonMEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER overlsixtyand bladder disorders usually enlargement Qfprostrate glands This is both painfuland correctsirrold meu of this disease Mr Rod writesHIyeares o yearsId BB01H EAD- B R Wilmott and A C Kidwell of Lebanon Junction have been here all week bird hunting Miss Clyde Watson is at home from Brown Memorial spending Thanksgiving holidays Mrs J Thos Cherry is the guest of her ueice Mrs R H Batson at Lancaster Barbee McAfee was in Harrods burg Sunday and MondayThec- andy pulling at the Young Mens Club last Fridav night was largely edDrILouisville and SbelbYvilleDr- Percy Benton and his most estimable family have moved from this place to Mt Veruon A heavy loss for Brodhead while Mt Vernon has bad a great gain Fred Evans was down from London Tuesday to see his cousin John W Evans Thpsr WOscar and Burton Evans isited their aunt Mrs Xaura Jones at Berea Tuesday John W Jones and wife of Bedford Ind spent several days here with Mrs Jones sister Mrs W T Evans Mrs JoW Tate has as her guests Mr and MrsC H Pigg and son Lester Mrs Annie Edwards Mrs Lucy Adams Mr and MrS Taylor all of Richmond onrwas a plenty Three buildings are under con Poste itsw new upto date Don forget the box supper at M IE church tomorrow night Go and help agoodcauseMrs arefin Louisville week Mrs C CV Wilson has returned from a ten clays iisit tocher mother in Lincoln county x t r l 1 rrl 1 Yet EstablishedY1887 AND IS IS rJi f for and poor superior remarkable advantage of presented presents services always command Republican plasterf visitinghis weekI SI KidneyRemedy lbetter beingd SHE tMAN CHASTEENI Whose announcement appears in this issue as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican pri mary Mr Chasteen was born and reared in this county and by his own efforts has raised himself to the high standard which he now occupies For the pasti six years he bas been bne of the countys most successful teachers and is a high toned Christian gentleman Mr Chasteen says If elected I promise to give a clean sober atT ministration IThe grand jury at Nashville Friday afternoon returned a true bill against Robin Cooper Col D B Cooper and former Sheriff John D Sharp charging them with the murder ofSenator EW Carmack It IS expected that the cesewill not be called up for trial until the January term ofcourt REVI W WILLIAMSON TESTIFIESI Hurt in top W Va testifies as follows This isto certify thatusedFolevs Kidney Remedy fur nervous exhaustion and kiduey troublerand am ireeto say that Foleys Remedy will do all that you claim for it R Official returns from Minnesota show that Tafts plurality was 86 353 Gov Johnsons plurality was 28002 MY OWN FAMILY USE PERUNAt n HON GEORGE W HONEY lon George W Honey National Chaplain rj V U exChaplain Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry exTreasurer State of Wisconsin and exQuartermaster General Statejpf Texas G A K writes ffom 170Q first St N E Washington- D C as follows Icafinot too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of Catarrhs troubles In theirvarious forms Some members of my own family have used it withmost gratifying results When other remedies failed Peruaa proved most efficacious and I cheerfully certify to its curative excellence Mr Fred L iebard for nine years a leading photographer of Kansas City Mo located at the northeast corner of 12th and Grand Aves cheerfully gives provenfactequalpruggsomething else just as good but Peru na is good enough for me Peruna in Tablet Form nor two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have incessantly labored to create Pernna in tablet form and their strenuous labors have justboon crowned with success People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Peru na tablets which represent the solid edicinalin redlntaot Peruna pvo 7 7 I 1III1 i MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 27 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 31 Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF iK ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDCE We am 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 IFOR 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 CIIAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANG FOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcaslle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINPORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary fOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Pri mary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court 0Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce SHER MAN CHASTEEN as a candidate jot Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary Writers in various journals are now indulging in the ancient and useless work of writing obituary notices of the Democratic party It has long been a favorite themer after defeat with the timid and fainthearted though loyal ones as- well as with those whose wish is father to the thought of the demise of the constitutional patty of the country The Democratic party never was so strorigbetore the people as it is today Jejaders may be misguided lack power of organization or fail to grasp current conditions Can didatesmay be weak before the entire lectorate while strong in action for themselves Four sue cessive defeats have not impaired theJaith ot the Democratic voters in the creed of their party nor in stilled a doubt in the ultimate and final success of their principles and of their party organization Clevelands victory in 1892 was I more destructive than all the defeats If Mr Bryans numerous candidacies have classed him but as a peacemaker for the Republican party the Democrats have seen with pleasure theQ O P striking nto a Democratic stride occasionally in obedience to popular opinion If Mr Bnan has fully demonstrated his unavailability as a can ruinrthe Democratic party While eliminating the Neoraskan as it does from future candidacies t neither he nor his followers can complain of any slighting of his merits by the Democracy of the republic The party isstronger by far than Mr Bryan The party existed before the birth of Mr Bryan and will continue to oppose contend and struggle against governmental wrongs and abuses as long as the republic lives Itwas not organized for protect jiooiof privileges but protection of rights of the masses It does not live for the advancementof a inan or a special class of tnenhut for the interests of the majority of the citizens of the United States D feat does not dismay its members but upon the contrary renders them more determined to fight on It is dependent upon no com missary train for its support and fights best and accomplishes most whetHts opposition has fattened upon the flesh pots and is gorged with the substance of the people Writers can file their obituary notices by the thousands opposition orators can preach funeral sermons by the hundreds third chiefs can prcphesy of dissolutionit is all labor lost j all hopes that aye vainThe cry of the gallant officer a Waterloo The old guard dies but never surrenders was a glorious response but the Demo cratic party has a nobler one It neither dies nor surrenders It is imn onal Enquirer HON CHAMP CLARK ot the Ways and Means Committee where the tariff hearing is now going on in Washington says the only object of the hearing is to let everybody have his say Thats just what we thought A Western Judge rowing tired of the arguments of opposing counsel finally said to them Gentlemen this is a fine day I am not feeling very well and I think Ill go fishing When i you are through with your argument you will find my written decision here in the left hand drawer of mv desk THE value ol ihe United States corn crop this year will be 400 000000 The yield has been exceed enonly three timas and the high pricf s which prevail now owing to the foreign demand make it the most valuable crop in our history It The uplift of the farmer which the President has inaugurated seems to be taking care of itself A prudent Pennsylvanian has just sworn off smoking at the age of ninety seven years Ihat ia bout the age at which the average smoker believes he is going to swear uffIMr Bryan says he will celebrate Thanksgiving quietly He should not forget though to be thankful for not having that reform of the tariffon his hands- ACCJRDING to the pn verb troubles never come singly Now that the election is over there is still the Christmas shopping to be done MEN who complain about the cost of their wives hats this year must at least admit there is some thing to show for the money THE President says Mr Tafts religion is a matter between him self and God He probably really meant that it was matter between Mr Taft me and God NEWS ITEMS The pest house at Lawrenceburg is said to be full to overflowing with smallpox patients there being about 50 cases The Chief of Police was one ofthe first to be taken to the secluded quarters THE brother of the President elect Mr Chas P Taft is a candi date for the United States Senate to succsed Senator Foraker He con tributed in all nearly fa quarter 01 a million of dollars to the can didi cy of the President elect It might Hugh Thompson 35 years of age shot and killed his eighteen year old nephew Fred Garrison a Chilton in Casey county ThOm- son was shot through the leg b Garrison and almost bled to death before medical attention was rend ered The love entertained bv the late George D Wolf of Sommerdale Pa toward Charles WWenzel his soninlaw is shown in the follow ing paragraph in his will which was admitted to probate last week Fifty cents be paid to my sonin law Charles W Wenzel a native of fluntington Pa to enable him to buy a good stout rope with which to hang him self The cross examination of John D Rockefeller was finished Tuesday and the oil magnate was allow ed to leave the stand On leaving the Federal building a process ser ver attempted to thrust a paper in to his hand but was foiled by a clerk accompanying Mr Rockefeller John D Archbpld was next called to the stand Attorney Robert Boyd Jr of Jond6u candidate for the Repub lican nomination for tne ComY inomveahhs Attorney in the twerp ty seventh Judicial district his issued a statement with drawing from the race giving as a reasonII that he had announced too canvass the district ellTlOUSKentucky Those interested in the tobacco pools recentlv sold to the American Tobacco Company stand littlechance to obtain any money until it rains The tobacco stored in the barns and warehouses in the Burley distrtct catnot be prepared for shipment until the atmosphere hecomes sufficiently moist for itto be prized and sent to the market A season ot rain would permit the Burley tobacco growers to obtain inmediate financial relief A Bride with Some Good Points Some years ago in some agricultural district in England there lived a farmer who wanted to sell oneof his cows There was not at that time a weekly paper in which he could advertise so he resolved to follow a local custom and ask the vicar of the parish when giving out his notices at church to advertise the farmer saidthE vicar I should be willing to oblige you but you dont attend my church Presently however they struck a bargain that the vicar should advertise the cow and the man return promised to go to church Now unfortunately the man was deaf and on the following Sunday when the vicar gave out the bonds of marriage between Joseph Soandso bachelor and Sarah S d1qspin stem therfarmer took it for granted that the vicar was giving out pat ticulars of his cow and shouted out You might as wthlsay she is a gentle creature and entirely fret from viceStray Stories SETMINE ON FIRE And Echt Convicts Arc Suffocated In Effort To Escape Birmingham Ala Nov 18 liftj state convicts employed in the mines at Pratt City forn d a conspiracy tc set No P mine afire and escayo dur lag tile confusion As a resvlt of the fire eight of them are burned to death one ij missing rnd the ether forty nO are sa ely locked in the stoekade The coup vs cunningly planned and daringly executed A lot of timber lying in the mamvay was ignited and the convicts hoped when atten tion had been attracted to the flames they could make their way through the mine and escape by the main en try They had hoped to be able to make their way air ng the mine ahead of the smoke and fumes from the fire In thisthey miscalculated for eight men wet suffocated The others ap peared to be meeting with success when the mine officials suspected something One employee saw the flames burst out and they came so suddenly and in such volume that he was sure oil or some highly combustible material had licen used in startng them Guards were at once placed and the forty men were caught as they came from the main entry The rescue work was then begun fcr in addition to the convicts it was Kovn thrt there were a number of free laborers in the mines All appear to have gotten out safely rscert thC crnvicts near the source o the flames who were early suffocated Emile Strieker Irstantly Killed Iirjnfngham Ala Nov 18In a lensylt ccr nrakhvs a sped of more ban mlcn licur n an effort nver tbr 24bzur cutoTpbile record prune Stricl r VRS clnvst instantl illfd rn the fair grounds track here xrn Barrows cf Bnninsbam wlw- ATS in Jlf rrr wtOi Sricker w ericrv tll r f tanv Injured Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oilisthe means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When you lose flesh it brings the plumpness of health When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright Itis thethin edgeof the wedge the thick end is food But What is the use of food when you hate it and cant digestit Scott sEmulsion af Cod Liver Oil is the food th makes you forget your stomach Sead this together with name of paper ia which it appears your address and cents to cover postage and we will send 1toor a CoawfeteHudyAtUs of the YcrjSCOTT DOWN 409 Pearl St New I L PJ3UMD ABOUT THE STATE J- fi What Is Going on in DifferentdSections of PADDING OF STATE WARRANTS Charged Against ExAssistant State Auditor Chas E Booe Frankfort KyA petition in the Franklin circuit court by State Audi torImelclerk Charles E Booe seeking to re cover 83037 alleges that the amount was misappropriated and brought to light so this republican oflicial says a systematic padding of warrants for years The opportunities were not limited and the amounts whichcould have been secured from the state in this way can run high Auditor James and State Inspector and Examiner M H Thatcher have been examining state warrants days and base their estimate of fQrI Booes alleged peculations on the erage of a number of claims In peculations where discovered Warrants were sworn out for the arrest of Judge Booe He was arrest ed at his home on charges of forgery falsifying reports and misappropriation He was released on bond PARTIAL WITHDRAWAL Of Troops in Tobacco District Decided on By the Authorities Frankfort KyAs a result of the tobacco deal and the subsidence olj lawlessness in the Dark Patch It vas decided after a conference bej Ifreen Gov Willson and Adjt Gen Johnston vmrtially to withdraw the troops now on duty in the tobacco dis trictsgGen Johnston intends to make a personal inspection of the situation in the western part of the state and if tils report to Gov Willson justifies t all of the troops will be withdrawn Gen Johnston however does not know when this inspection will be made for he will leave for New York HOrSCojnleeting ng the past 10 months as nearly 130000 has been spent in that way To Enforce State Guard Discipline Frankfort lCyAs a result of the recent courtmartial held in this city regulaF army tactics have been brought into use as a mode of punishment for disobedience of orders Capt C Norman of Company L took fhe lead to punish Ray Hawkins and used corporal punishment He issued war rants for 15 troopers for nonappear ance at inspection drill The penalty is 30 days in jail Cody Found By Fisherman IjOuisVille KyLcdged in a bunch of rubbish in the Ohio river at tile foot cf 36th street the body of a young map which proved tq be that of Brent Woodall secretary of the University of Cincinnati who disap peared from his home in Covinglon cvembei1 was found by a fisher nan 5000 Fire at Mt Vernon Mt Vernon KyFire originating In he restaurant of Hysinger Co de stroyed the brick buildings occupied y Robert Cex general store CC Cox furniture S B Ramsey meat narketand Dr DoB Southard uf ce and fixtures Loss G000 insur nec 1l0O Hunters Cause Ccstly Fire CoVJngtdi KyFire destroyed trees nd fences en the farms of Bert Ward nd Jcseph Gcssett valued at WO ft was caused by hunters who lighted lfirc in an effort to smoke out rab its One hundred fine fruit trees nd many valuable fences were urnedi I Kentucky Press Meeting Louisville KyThe committee oh rrangemeiits for the midwinter meet ng cf the Kentucky Press association t the call of the chairman R W rown met and set December 29 as he date for the midwinter meeting hich is to be held at the Seelbach otel National License League ousvllle KyThe National LI ense League was incorporated here sting no capital stock or maximum adebiedness Those signing the arti itS were T M Gilmore George G rown Shelby Bonnie G R Wathen nd Graeme McGowan Wealthy Farmer Dead Covingtcn 1Mr Thomas A irda farmer who resided at the in ersection df Madison and Morning iew pikes died at his home at the age of 72 years Mr Bird was wealthy and had lived in Kenton ounty nearly all his life Justice Harlan Guest of Gov Willson Frankfort KyJustice John M Harlan gfthe supreme court of the United States and Mrs Harlanreach sd Frankfpjrt foravisit pfawect with Gov and Mrs Augustus E Will san 1 Judge Is Now a Missionary Leiingtcn KyL F Mann former judge of Nicholas county likewise representative from that county in tha Kentlicliy legislature has taken up missicnary wcrk in them untn1as of this stale The reports received at Little Rock from Western Arkansas indi atethat although first reports of the number killed in Mondays tornadoes weie exagerated the property loss will be heavier than was expected The names of only four known dead and fifteen injured are given Seventeen other dent hc are reported but the names are not given II BY HIS UNCLEIIGarrison Was Been Shot and WoundedI Danville KYHugh Thompson 35 yearsjaf age shot and instantly killed his lyearold nephew Frederick Garrison at Chilton near here Youn Garrison hind gone to the residence of his uncle for a show case when Thompson began beating his nephew striking him on the head with a plow point then kicking him from the house Young Garrison turned quick ly and fired at his uncle sending a ball through his left leg Thompson secured a gun and fired a charge into his nephews breast death resulting instantly An artery was severed in Thompons leg and his recovery is ia doubtSome month ago Thompson became suddenly insane and was sent to the Lexington asylum He soon recovered and was releaser He is under guard but is unable to be taken to jaiL DISTILLERY BURNS Bardstown Oldest City in State Is Saved By Bucket Brigade Louisville KyThe warehouses ot the Tom Moore Distilling Co at Bardstown in which were stored lu 000 barrels of whisky were burned entailing a loss to the firm of about 400000 fully insured The loss to the government Is 750000 Bardstoiyn the oldest town in the state and the place where Louis Piiil lipe of France spent many da son his trip to America boasts of but cne fire engine but aided by the towns people who formed bucket brfgad it managed to save a third warehouse and the distillery itself A creek which runs by the plant was flooded by the burning liquor lighting up the country for miles around Appeals Court Decision Frankfort KYTo meet an enemy on a public highway and challen h5m for a fight dees not constitute ai offense sufficient for indictment unde the Kentucky laws prohibiting due1 ing Such was the opinion of th cnit of appeals when the case William IT Ward against County A torney Robinson of Oarrard countj Was argued for the court handi down its opinion from the bench a ihe conclusion of the argument mad by Assistant Attorney General T II McGregor for the commonwealth holding that the indictment again Vard should not have been found WhftI a ne 1 had to be applied to his skin to stop the poison from spreading Sev eral days ago white spots began to ajv spGlsItirely except his shoulders He feels no ill effects from his peculiar trans formation IO e County To Be Heard From KyButone county Johnson lias not yetjsent in its official llruntljTbe234 The republican majority in Johnson county is bout 1200 so that it believed nowthat the democrats will carry tile state by 8000- Employes Work Saves Distillery Louisville KyDecisive action by ithe employes of ther ell wood Dis tillery Co saved one of the biggest distilleries in the world from destruc firetlestroyedI20000 iNew Hotel To Supplant Phoenix Lexington KyPlans for a new eightstory hotel on the site at Main and Limestone streets now occupied by the historic old Phoenix are in preparation and will be submitted to the directors of the Phoenix Hotel Co soon ClubI the by om cials of the recent democratic administration after the election last year will be held in this city November 29 A banquet will be given at the Capt tol hotel Warrants Paid Frankfort KyState Treasurer Far ley paid the warrants for the city schoolteachers amounting to 92000 The warrants for the county teachers paidIRagingI are tag ing again all over Western Kentucky meadLowspark pavilion tml other buildings were burned r Former Councilmen Held Lexington KyAt his examining rial J Ira Bright former councilman was held to answer to the grand jur un a charge of maliciously cutting am tvcminling Patrolman Adolph Meyer Bright gave bond of 200 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought BetheVP oaSIJIORAIetrit1 lt KM Butit r4 y I = IIBARGAINS III II IN EVERYTHING AT l IA C Hiatrs Bargain Store ICome and see what you can do for or produce I Lookout for Santa Clause HeIIis comingI litA c1 HIATT IHIATT KENTUCKYc 2f A v Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning individuals is avoid jed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu savingsa V J5 bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive suchamounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY cc1p LC33 Ei1nnnttntnnitntntntntntnnnnnnntntnttnnttn11 nnn fAT VERNON CPKBT CD 1 Vernon g COUCH METALIC CASKETS = g Coffins and Robes 3 Licenecl Embalmer will have charge of that line of HE work for the company E Orders by wire tilled Hearse to all points Jr A B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 g Pnone Proprietors 1111111111111il111111111111111111111111111Jfl1111111111111 11Jl11111111111 GREAT Music OFFER Send us the names of three or ttiore performers on the Piano or Drgan and twentyiive cents iu ilver or postage and we will mail Jon postpaid our latest Popular vIusic Roll containing 20 full Sheet dusic consisting of popular songs larches and Waltzes arranged for he Piano or Organ includingRUD XNAHERS famouss Flight of the Butterflies March Manila and the latest popular song The Girl eve Seen POPULAR Music Co Indianapolis Ind Women sufferers should use TAD DONTl- et yourself to be miserable Whys IIer from severe head aches have fainting spells and be frotful liver Trylierbinothe IC URES Bilious ness Chills and Fever and 1all Liver Complaints 1tonfainting spells I received no relief until Itried Herbine and was completely cured Iuse it always PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Soiiri Pentmended byiCH4S C DAVIS I OASTOnXA iJerltkct TKdYoHateMwaysBeM- ePRACTICAL 3UNtJERTAKERS3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND 123 EMBALMERS 3Mt Ky 3 promptly sent PUBLISHING Your Constipation Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M IanufacturerGranite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished- on application ALSO AGENT FOR t Stewarts Iron Fences IAJc i ji4II Chenpert gIjtiIA UFG iIlYr CIt iNJl 1 over dtiifas of iron Ftoee lown io our Jle IJW CIIaZ urritcjcIL Ste us GEO OWENS Propr KILLTHECOUCHAND KiogsNew I FOR cOUCHS OLDS ttlll IlICJI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNCUOUllES GUARANTEED SATISlACO1 0 OJiXY BEJUlfDE i r r j k Ivtd v tRNON SIGNAL 11TOSf I S Z Call up No 79 when ybu want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 J 4ay h 6 R R Cow TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 3483 it 23 south i 124 p W 21 South 1220 am JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPEItSOAAl Pleas Ramsey is very sick with f pneumoniaWade has been on they sick list this week L Warren Hughes was visiting friends here this week Judge P D Collyer was here from Lincoln Tuesday- S H Martin has his cottage on West Main about completed Wm Linville and brother were in from Scaffold Cane Monday J Tucker Bowling was in Crab Orchard Sunday on business Bogue Plilips and son Maurice were in from Wildie first of the weeK Mrs R W Dyche is visiting in London The Doctor will join her SaturdayMr Mrs J L Ball were over from Orlando Monday shoppingMr MrsL R Hughes came up Saturday Mrs Hughes remain ed over all week Elbert Hansel and Roscoe Colyer spent a few days with friends and relatives here Misses Carrie and Alice Burton of Livingston are visiting JVIiss Wanda Lechleiter Rev B S Davault has moved his tamily to town again in the property of Wm Poynter Mr Lige Boreing who was re ported very sick several days ago we understand is much better Judge RG Williams came over to eat Thanksgiving turkev with his parents Mr and Mrs D N Will iams Judge and Mrs J R Cook of Somerset camelast night to attend the burial of their nephew Mit CookMrs Woodward came down from London Tuesday to see her mother Mrs Catron at Level Green who feverMrs R E Thompon and daughter Miss Tanna are visiting Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs W M Poynte- rJ T Adams will soon put in a new building just back of his store to be occupied as a Restaurant and Butcher shop Chas Adams was over from Berea again Sunday calling on one of our most popular young ladies Come again Chas John Conn expert machinist from Conn Bros shop Lancaster was over during the week repairing L T Welchs saw mill Richard Branaman and sister Miss Mary were over from Wildie Monday Richard is the proud fa ther of a fine little girl born on the QthiDave Adams who has been carpentering here most all the fall I was called to his home near Quail Tuesday on account of the illness of his wife W F DeBoafJ was in from Level Green Tuesday and told us that his motherin law Mrs Catherine Catron is very low of pneumoniaGeo was down from Jellico J last week visiting homefolks and hunting Geo is a fine young man J and we are glad to know heis F making good as fireman on the L N U G Baker spent the week in Livingston helping invoice the stockof goods belonging to him and R A Whitehead Mr Baker baSsoldhs interest to Mr White head who will go it alone 13r W G Daily of Millersburg k was called here this week tosee hisbrotherMr H H Daily and Jviis brothers wife Mr s s S Daily both of whom ha ve been very sick b beltfititliisni r W Mir WaTter Keysvbf Cincinnati the guest of hissister at Langdoi Dormitory t Mr James J White has been in RockastlemRst of the week writ in insuranceDr Pennington of Stanford took the Council degree here Monday mgbt- Medames Georgia McClure and N H Oliver are guests of Mrs James Meadows Dr Percy Benton has moved his family to this place and we gladly welcome them to our midst Mr H H Daily has been very low with pneumonia but we are glad to say is better at this time Assistant Cashier A B Furnish is in Gallatin this week looking after some important business matters Mr and Mrs A A Albright were guests of Jailer and Mrs O V Jarrett Albert is taking a few days off to hunt Born to the wife of H S Coffey of the Wildie section a fine girl last week Mrs Coffey used to be Miss Bessie French Messrs Dave Jackson J C Mc Kee and John Eberlin of London came down Monday to assist in in stalling Landrum Council Webb J Millets and James N Smith of Norton Va came dow Saturday to attend the receptior given by Miss Risse Williams LOCAL Good clothes cheap at Fishs Fancy suits at plain prices a FishsWork on Peoples Bank building is nearing completion rapIdlY Mr Casey the contractor is a hustler and pushes his work with all rapidity possible If you want NEW CLOTHES that make you look young again just step in at Fishs Big Clothing store He sells the BKST at the right price NOTICE After this week I wil ae located over J Fishs store and anyone needing any thing in m line will find me there ready to fill all orders W A Cox Undertaker This officis getting out a five joint telephone directory for the Rockcastle companies it will be ready about Dec 1st If you wish your name in it hustle around ind subscribe for a phone before boye date The brick work on the People Bank building will be completed this week The front is built of Bed ford stone and pressed brick and is indeed a beautiful structure Mr R H Casey the contractor certain ly knows how the work must be doneJMrs Jane Hunt widow of the late John Hunt died Wednesday afternoon at the residence of her daughter Mrs Todd in Madison county She was a daughter pt Mitchell Maret and a sister cf Alva Maret of Wildie who is the only remaining member of a large family Mr W B Dillinghatn of the Villingham Canning Co of Maret burg was in Wednesday stocking ip our merchants with tomatoes Those who have tried his tomatoes pronounce them first class Mi Dillingham talks of bringing his factory to Mt Vernon before anoth er season which we certainly hope he will decjde to do We are pretty reliably informed that anew time card will go into effect about the zoth of next month making a considerable change in the running of the trains No 23 the south bund passenger will be due at Mt VernjOn about li oclock and No 22 the north bounb passen ger about 3 oclockWhat changes will be made as to the night trains we have not learned A train will be put on between Richmond and Loussville to do local work end the trains passing through here will be fast trains after leaving Stanford making only two or three stops between that point and Louisville It is also said that another train will be put on between Cincinnati and Knoxville to do local work and the present local trains running be tween those points to be fast trains Whether all or any part of this talked of change will take place we cannot say but if the meeting point is changed whatever the change may be the people ot Mt Vernon will feel a great relief as coin jjijared with the preset arrange mel1t 1W j 2ti eeeeeeeeeOteeOOeeoeeoe0oo0011oee00eeeoeSee9ooeeeaeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeelse0eeeieeSOSeoeeGYeososeeaoo o- oCGil aaaQWaeo RfADYfOR FSTAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER BUY ml C iig STAR BRAND SHOES ee e zo VM v AND il j i U SWT r i j j fJtS ml s tBall Band Rubbers m J W0 LL AND SAVE DOCTOR BILLS ft ee H il THESE ARE THE ONLY SHOES i AND RUBBERS WE GUARANTEE I SST BE SURE YOUR SHOES HAVE A STAR ON THE HEEL i I COME j LET US SHOW YO UeeL- e e III ljJ H TT e 6AJ w oe uourk MTVBENONS LEADING CLOTHIEE PHONE 77 Ieoeeseseaseooeooeoeeo OOS5e t onoeoneooooooooeoooo Oel No better clothes made than the ones you get at Fishs If you wanta good all woolsuit see Fish The Hansford Telephone Co will soon give connection to Cedarville Bloss and Ward post offices Many new phones have been added in the Ottawa and Quail section POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting on our landand will prosecute all violators of same Florence Ponder John Winkler Smith Pruitt J W Moore John Leece J J Smith Simeon Saylor Thomas Burk Alice Moore J C GtbbF- I B Chappel W D Livesaj J G Frith Tilden Frith Nancy P Smith- FIREOne ofthe worst fires that ever visited our little city occurred about 5 oclock last Saturday morning in old bride hotel This building was built by Mr J L Joplin who occupied it for several years and run it as a fcotel but a few years since wa s c nverted into business and office uilding The fire is supposed to have originated in the basement w ichwas occupied b ysinger Livesay restaurant ancHgrocery store who lost about SsooNwitbjbut any insur ance S B Ra butcher who also occupied a portion of the basement lost about jfiQP no insurance The first floor as occupied by Robert Cox general nrerchandise and C C Cox urnitur the form er losing between 3 soond 4 000 with 2ooo insurance while the latter lost about 1400 with duly 600 insurance Dr D B Southard who officed on the second floor lost all his surgical instrument books office furniture etc which he estimates between 500 and 600 and not a cent insur ance There was 1500 on the building The heaviest loser is Robert Cox whose loss is about 3000 Preparation is being made to rebuild at once which is to be a twostory brick 50 feet front bv 70 feet deep Mr R H Casey the plesIB S ee00o es eeeoYe WlNTfRWfATHf J r I L c fiz i f e e o e s e e e I r ra o e o r e e 0 t av e o r r t u ee e e a Most men and young men who wear good clothes get them at Fishs clothing house Where do you get yours TheHOld Maids Conference will not be given until Friday Dec 4th Bear in mind the date for it will be worth seeing Mit Cook a son of the late J M Cook died at his home in Jellico yesterday The remains were brought here on the early train and will be laid to rest this afternoon in the family burying ground at Cove The remains of Walker Snod grass who left this coiinty several years ago and located at Jefferson ville Ind were brought here last Friday for burial He died of stom ach trouble He leaves a wife and several children In calling attentionto the an nouncement of George R Robinson our type made us say that he is candidate for County Court clerk which mistake we hasten to correct as it is Circuit Court clerk and not County Court clerk for which he is a candidate The only Democratic Committeeman to appear on the scene Mon day for a reorganization of the countyccommittee was our good friend J G Frith of Broadhead From the information we have been able to gather Broadhead is the only precinct in the county which held an election and conse quently the only precinct to have a committeeman With no morei interest taken it is no us the Democrats falloff a few each year and the Republicans keep running their majorities largerI At one time during th Saturday morning it looked as if the arge brick business house of J T Adams and the concrete store building ofG T Johnson were doomed So certain was Mr Johnson that he hadll his goods removed in front of the courthouse but fortunately both buildings escaped with butvery little damage In movingMr Johnson goods considerable damage was done them and unfortunate for him the loss is all his ash he lied no insurance v ir i Remember the date when the Old Maids Conference is to take place Mt Vernon Ky 10 2508 I trust that the people Of lock castle willavail themselves of The opportunity to hear Dr W J Kinnaman of Bowling Green as one of the speakers of The Whirlwind Campaign on Education to be held at Brodhead 10 a m Nov 30 Mt Vernon 2 p M Nov 30 Livingston 7 p m Nov 30 Dr Kinnaman will discuss the recent acts of the Legislature pertaining to common school law He wishes each teacher trustee patron and all those who are interested in education to be present I earnestly ask everyone to help advertise the above dates and also be present at one of the places- Respectfully G M BALLARD County Superintendent The culmination of a happy romance covering a period cf three years was reached yesterday afternoon when Mr Allen Bolmes a prominent merchant of Crab Orchard and also leader of the National Fox Hunters Association and Miss Lillie Thompson of the same place went before JusticeBen- D Bell and were married at 4 oclock The happy couple came to Lexington Sunday and are guests at the Reed Hotel The bride is the daughter of Mr R E Thompson a farmer at Crab Orchard She formerly attended school at State University and is a leader in society circles of her home town The bridegroom is engaged in the merchandise busi ness at Crab Orchard and formerly attended school at Central Uni versity graduating with the class of 1904 The young couple are accompanied by Mr and Mrs Wal lace Gover Mrs Gover being a cousin of the bridegroom Mr and Mrs Holmes will remain guests at the Reed Hotel until Thursday when they will return to Orchard where they will male their future home Lexington Herald Mrs Holmes has a host of friends here She is a grand daughter of Mrs Wm Poynter of this place H rmany friends here wish them a long and happy married life t Success Magazine r year i oo Womans National Daily 313 issues 100 Both for i send fort catalogue J 1LJVJDg There is some talk that a double brick is soon to go up on the lot now occupied by J McKenzie Sons store and the barber shop Itis one of the most desireable lots in town and we hope that the talk will materialize in real action Atty C C Williams this week received a check for 460000 the amount of the judgement against Co in adImiuistrator in the employe of that I company in building the railroad bridge across Rockcastle river at Livingston MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Pictorial Review one vear 100 One Pictorial Review Pattern an f selection r5 cts Hamptons Broad way Magazine one yearr5o total 2 60 All for 150 Send orders to J P E DRUMMOND J Livingston Ky Appropriate Thanksgiving ex ercises were conducted at the Christian church yesterday morn ing Mrs Lillie Hobbs an undisputed but illegitimate daughter of the late Judge Robert Boyd who was a wealthy man of London Ky received 5000 jtv full settlement of her suit of 30000 against Robert Boyd Jr as executor of the will of Judge Boyd his uncle M IIIIIU rIlE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the county v t S C DAVIS South Side Main Street Il MT VERNON Y t o i 1 GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I IBr0d1dKyJhea W COMPLETE LINE J Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled j c Xn r w n n 1 C =i d i I p i tf r B ti I t b r v 1 r = I 3r G = illlurHandmade Coffintthrnishecj Orders by Wire Promptly Filled tW Alt A COX III1 MT VERNON KY L tt1t1ttf1ttlt1tttttt ttttttttttt IFaff and Winter linell My Fall and Winter Line of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS sE Are now arriving also = tH Shoes for Fall and Winter SS In these goods I have some great bargains to offer J Ju STOKES 1- Hll mast Pork Skeggs Creek S Three miles South of JVIt Vernon EP S Remember that in connection we have a genera blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a 5 sE specialty 3 fil11111111111111111111111111111 11111 LLLLLLULULUUULLUUilULU LAND FOR SALE f i ooo acres of wild land coal and t timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east ot depot in the town of Livingston Kentucky and the other tracks inthe vicinity of Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurel counties and all on the Louisville Nashville R R ex cept tracks2 and 6 and these two are within a halt mile of the rail road TRACK i i56 acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 in van of coal Well watered most of it adapted to cultivation TRACK 2 50 acres adjoining the 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 4 250 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 Wellwatered some timber coal adapted to cultivation TRACK 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 HOW IS YOUR DIGESTION Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recom mends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Bitters in the case of acute indi gestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convnced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medicine invigpr ates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 5oc at Chas C Davis drug store The Commissioner of Patents has rendered decision in which he holds that the of the law 1 will not be givedtoanynianufacturJ er who4ncludes in his trademark tHS arras of the United States or vAbose of the States or cities of the country The interment of the GrandDuke Alexis nncle of the Emperor of Russia took place Saturday in St Petersburg The Emperor walked on foot with the funeral procession rr for a distance of three miles f NO CASE ON RECORD There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneii J mouia or consumption after Foleva rfjponey and Tar has been taken as t will stop your cough and + your cold quickly Refuse any but the genuine Honey and rrin a yellow package Con v tainsno opiates and is safe and C Davis Whas is Hearse sent to all parts of1 the county On Eal Electric various breakup Foleys PROGRAM For Fifth Sunday Meeting ot the Executive Boardof the Rockcastle Association to be held with the Sinking Valley Baptist church on 28thiandiI 1Dg 2 Meeting called to order by Chairman H U Gentry 3 Devotional exercises by Rev C O WilsonS4 Welcome address by Rev Noah Roberts Response by Rev Jas Barnes 5 Discourse from Hebrews 6 4 by Rev Dock Gooch byIRevC C Metcalf 8 Discourse Revelations 207L Rev James Barnes 9 Discourse Ephesians 527 Rev A J Pike 10 G E Painter on the ClEest method of gaining attendance at SundayschoolV open for general discussion W M HURST Secv A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR CROUP With the dry cold weather of the early winter monthsparents of croupy children should be on the alert for ominous symptoms There is no cause for anxiety how ever when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is kept in the home If this medicine is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appear ed the attack may be warded off Mrs SRosintbalof Turner Michigan says We have used Chamberlains Cough medicine for Ourselves and children for several years and like it very much I think it is the only remedy for croup and can highly recommend it For sale by Chas C Davis Republican members of the Wa and Means Committee at Washing ton were much disturbed Monday on reading Andrew Carnegies views on the tariff and aUof them declined to express any opinion for publication It is believed Mr Carnegies article will be the princi pal cause of a reduction in the duty on steel products Mr Carnegie has been asked to appear before the committee A METHODIST MINISTER RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CAINS COUGH REMEDY We have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home for seven years and it has always proved to be a reliable remedy We have found that it would do more than the manufacturers claim for ItIti especiaUy good for croup and whooping cough REV JAMES A LEWIS Pastor Milaca MinnM E Cjburch Chamberlain Cough Remedy is sold by Chas C Davis dAIIJ 110 n3AB YlI Mwas i kctiut + 1 REPUBLICAN DANGEJR Of great significance is it that in spite of the trernendious pulling power of the notional ticken in a Presidential year men like Over street and Laud s in this state and Hepburn and McCreary in otht r states have been defeated for Congress A protest is thus repre sented which may reach even greater volume and insistence two yens hence What the Republican piriy does for the next two years will Jargely determine the cotnple ion of the Si xtv second Cong ess in both House and Senate and the politics of many Northern States in addition to those that have already elected Democratic Gov ernorsScontentionIthe impending Republican adminis trations have been in league with the trusts there is no considerable body of sincere public sentiment dissatisfied with the extent or purpose ot the work done in bring lug great corporations to book for disobedience to the law The people approve what has been accomplished or earnestly if im perfectly attempted There is no demand for a generial crusade against business under the anti trust laws What has been done and what is under way along these lines will satisfy But there it an unfilled pledge on two subjects that must be redeem ed One of these is curreucy re form and the other is tariffreform gills will undoubtly be offered and measures enacted in these fields and the effect upon the people will depend upon the wisdom and fidelity with which the reforms are brought to pass There is no danger of inactin the danger is of hypocrisy and sham Already a project is being hatched to forestall genuine trriffreiorm by tha Sixty first Congress next spring through the device of a bogus tariff reform now It is an enterprise fraught with danger to the Republican party Ah impression that the Republican national organization is alto gether too solicitous for the protest ion of great corporations has been removed so far as the railroads and Standard Oil are concerned hut it has not been removed so far as the tariff is concerned The conviction is wellnigh universal that the Senate oligarchy under the rule of Aldrich and the oligarchy under the rule of Cannon have been more anxious to serve the powerful private interests than to serve the masses of the people If this impression cannot be removed then we must expect Jo elect a Democratic Congress in 1910 and a Democratic President in 1912Indianapolis Star SEVEN YEARS OF PROOF I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the developement of pneumonia Sold under guaran tee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and 100 Trial bottle free Attorney General Bonaparte fied Monday a petition in the Supreme Court of the United States urging that court to issue a writ ot certiorari to tqe Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit to review the judgement of that court reversing the rulings of Judge Landis in the case in which the Standard Oil Company was fined 29000000 on the charge ot violating the antitrust law STIMULATION WITHOUT IRRITATION That is the watchword That is What Foleys Orino Laxative does Cleanses and stimulates the bowels without irritation in any form Fivehundred thousand dollais in gold are being coined every day at the Philadelphia mint to meet the demand which has already set in fortheyellow piece for Christ mas gifts- WATCHED FIFTEEN YEARS For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens neerrfailedIt has a us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 5car Chas C Davis drugstore t NEWS JTJBMS jchjices Irom Sbinfienv I Hnojs indicate that the water famie is becoming acute tin several com munities The Independent Fertill7erfCom pj hyvvilh a capital of 50000 ooo Iwas incorporated Saturday at Trenton N J Mrs William Tutt wife of a physician was shot and killed y Mrs Theodove Allen at Van Clev Beatbilt county Circuit Judge W P Sandidee has been renommated without opposition by the Democrats of the Seventh judicial district Five sailoru and the capiain of Ihe British schooner Hugh P were drowned itra collision with a tug in Broad Sound which sunk the schooner W S Scarborough president of Wflberforce University a negro institution at Wilberforce 0 had 1a conference Saturday with the President concerning the future of the negro farmer Samuel Gouipers was reelected president of the American Feder ation of Labor One discontented partytotedconvention will be held in Toronto An iuvitation has been extended to President elect Taft to visit New Orleans iu the event ol his making a trip to Cnba uext February to wl1essthe inauguration of the islands new Government OASTOnXa-BOxie JUwajs BBtB- ignxtor of luPain Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any systernthey on the nerves Almost instant relief can be oh tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Qike one on first indica iOfi riof an attackit will ward it off They are a pleasant little tablet sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk- I was subject to constant head AttImeswork in which I am engaged that of station agent Through the advice AntlPainthat I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches strainTheyclaimed for them v RUSSBELAgtC la AntiPainPillsthemTheyme MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills AntiPalronlyIfMiles Medical Co Eljchart Ind PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD FoleysHoneycough heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia HITES Cream Vermifuge TIE GUMA8TEEI WORMREMEDY THE CKJLDREK5 FAVORITE TONI e IMITATIONB BYBaliard Co WI Lomb MO ChtsC Davis A1cxITAiMzt4 IhsrJadYoi Haw Bituttgutcx atl 5 OBIXO Laxative Fruit SYfUP PInt totak The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the naturIctionofthestonach r awMuH pro110- l Sold by Chas C Davis li ITheinRt t n I opsie Leaf House bgaiT- hursday week Something over ico ooo pounds were sold at an average price of 7 cents or over The first check was given to J W Wilson of Richmond who sold 2j 600 pounds at 17 16 he has 16000 pjunds of the same grade He recently bought a tarm in Clark county to which he will move soon and says he will raise thirty five acres next year A citizen of Concord township in listing his taxes list weekrt turned threepisgs at 2 each and five dogs at 20 cach4 worth of hogs and 100 worth of dogs While the difference in the number and value of the pigs may be con trasted with the number and value of the dogs unfavorably to the citizen aforesaid he should possi bly be given credit for listing his dogs for taxation something that is rarely done It should be said however that the purpose in listing them was not so much a desire to pay taxes on the canines as to secure for them the protection of the law The courts have held that a dog is not property unless it is listed for taxation lOt is listed the owner can prosecute anyone who mav do it hurt Norfolk Landmark A VALUABLE TIP After exposure or when a cold coming on take a Jew dosesJ of Istemoughs and colds and prevents neumonia All the bids for the oi JFloridaAssistant Secretary Newberry of the Navy and the machinery will be built by the Government in theI Brooklyn pivyvardiLINGERING COLD WITHSTOOD OTHER TREAT MENT BUT QUICKLY CURED BY CHAMBER LAU S COUGH REMEDY J Last winter I caught a very severe could which lingered forI weeks says J Urcjubart of Zephyr Ontario My cough wasJ very dry and harsh The local dealer recommended Cbam Cough Remedy and berlainsI so I gave it a trial jCbambe the best J have ever used This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis OASTOaA 1 jSigutureof R W DYOHE I Office D jMTAll Work Guaranteed Satisfac torytr J 1Specialty r dhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstbnes manufactured by ALBRHTFRANCISCO- Also Agents for Iron Fence- DBAT4BRIGHT Manager M L MYERS = Dentist At on ResideneI MT VERNON KY Work guarantee CC Williams AtTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY iijOFFICS On acd floor o The Bank QfMtVemonon Churh street Special attention given f to collections Phone No So I C McCLjRY Undertaker Emba I rner Contnleie 11RoOrders by Telephone attend edprompt- lyStanford Ky I SSRRRCASTOR The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature o- fqwand has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria 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 Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea 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 Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScLA he Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe Cccc cj WINTER GOODS M When yon want good SflOS or good Clothing remember we are headquarters for the best Badshoes cause wet feet Jand wet feet brings on pneumonia Buy your shoes of us and avoid this trouble and danger J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 x t The es NewStore1 Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes i Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream JellO Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall kinds All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 tW CARMCAL COidoor to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon X P3 W My YoungSister writ Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tooK my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Card i helped her at once TIr LA1IDIJiIgg It Will Help You Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I was Ibegantoam yearsEvery to cure irregulariiy faIling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Car t is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui a AT ALL DBTJG STORES