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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k1S4fL r Published Every p Friday 14 ff5arh F ere Santa Comes nn tfJ LOOSING FOR SANTA CLAUS N 1 TIle Oift r By FRANK H SWEET iy Copyright by American Press Asso elation I T HE Christmas chimes re sounding- on the air And sit aed iistento their sweet- Unearth1y music gone is every care Forgot is all the turmoil of the straet The troubles that the path of man be set- Thevast anxieties of human life AH fade away and every fondregret Is lost in all their glad and joyous strife IIIIJr t4t WHAT though seem alone this fair day From happy comradeship stand isolate With none to greet me as walk my rJk way ffIi rTo merely live count a happy fate TO nSerely listen to those joyous sounds 1atthrough the crisp of winter call freetil iWAlthough the merrymakers their rounds l l Pause not to think of or remember me JiT as on on not enough that on this Christ mas morn glsd birth morn of him whose isroE yesterday sad forlorn t + Doth open to the message that was his fromfr above r if The tidings of a sacrlfica divine Coma as a gift of an eternal love That have but to tako to make it mine t I 2 fit Iat i t IRISH POINT OF VIEW It sa merry Christmas tfi When there is lots of snow For then through my good shovel Some old eii eoin I know 1 itc SfAJid tis a merry Christmas 1 not a take Is seen For Christmas to the Irish j l Is merry when its green a x jttnmtTBicK 1 r r CiASTC y Jifl Iha Ztf1ljl nun4 Why Saint Nicholas By ROBERT DONNELL Copyright by American Press Asso elation W HY Is Santa Claus sometimes caled St Nict olaslIiorr tile mUst excellent reason that Nicholas Is the real name of the saint Until comparatIve- ly recent years there was no Santa Claus at Christmas time When the old saint comes down the chimney Dec 24 Christmas eve and deposits gifts for the children in the suspended stockings ho is just nineteen days behind time orilis true cord proper time js nee a that being the eve of St Nicholas day Just how Nicholas got to be the Christmas eve saint not altogether clear but those Icon oclasts who dig into ancient matters are probing this secret They have discovered or claim to have discov ered that the Christmas eve Santa Claus really originated In America be ing transported to England from New the saints calendar Dec 0 is St Nicholas day Nicholas was bishop of Myra in yeinHe is believed to have lived under the Emperors Dio cletian and Constantine and is the pa tron saint of poor maidens sailors travelers merchants and children Rich maidens of course are also quite Willing to acknowledge him when becomes alone with diamond dog col mars necklaces rind tiaras Before the great religious reformation the custom of giving presents on St Nicholas eve was general throughout Christian Europe When the worship of the saints was abolished the prac tice died out in England where for about three enturies St Nicholas felted to visit households on the evening of Dec 5 to leave presents for good children By the way it should be pointed out that Nicholas was noted even in infancy as a particularly good and pious child Therefore his visits are not made to bad children only to those whose parents can vouch for their good bhavior during the previous year In Austria Holland and Poland St Nicholas eve Is still observed Good children get presents secretly left IP their shoes placed upon the hearth stone for the purpose or in their stock- Ings hung from the mantel When New York was settled by Hollanders the devout Dutchmen brought over to America their religious customs not forgetting that of St Nicholas eve In old New Amsterdam the saint made his visits the night of Dec 51 St Nicholas day being celebrated by the set tlers as a holiday In time the Dutcb were supplanted by the English New Amsterdam Became New York and the old St Nicholas eve gift giving custom was reintroduced into England from New York But in England the cus tom of glftmaking on Christmas eve had grown up There was however po Santa Claus ceremony Gifts were friade outright and without secrecy When St Nicholas sailed back to England there was consternation among fond papas and mammas in the tight little Isf- eWblltShaU we have two days of gift giving and less than three weeks apart they cried Thrifty English parents It1s Supposed determined that one day of giving was enough and so they sim ply transferred St Nicholas to Christ was eve Z1Rx1ltle- irsl tab eAIwftjf6liieht rrQ2 Odd Christmas Cakes A GERMAN NOVELTY G ERMANY for many years has been the land of Christmas nov elties and each year the kaisers ingenious toy candy an i cake makers devise some oddity which proves irresistible in luring small or great sums from the pockets of Yule tide shoppers One of the Jatest manias Is for Quaint and humorous Christ mas cakes which are literally cartoons in sugar and dough The cakes are decorated with all sorts of funny fig ages made of colored sugar and in hinny instances are not the crude art GERMAN CHRISTMAS OAIEA SOLDIEB SALUTING products one would expect under the circumstances The Bavarian peasant for example Is a fair type of the liv jag original as he is pictured in the German comic weeklies A Munich waitress carrying a well grouped buncluof foam capped steins of the beverage for which Munich Is cele brated at home and abroad even if ihe does suggest Salome a trifle Is de Udedly lifelike while the alpting sal flier by his very attitude suggests that foam capped steins and sentry duty do not assimilate very well The German authorities have done i touch to encourage the toymaklng In dustry particularly by collecting tifrom all the world that the toymakers night acquaint themselves with the wants and peculiarities of foreign markets The wooden animals of the past have been eclipsed by the mechanical toys A submarine boat which sinks into the water and rises ngaln all with one charge of soda CA TOnaaaI tfe fligatr t UIIj powder a dfve r which joss tq tlto bottom and bobs up serenely whey air is blown Into him through a ltttle tube a SantosDumont airship which = rijJftN fI GERMAN OnBISTJIAS WAITRESS CAKE really files a real GntJldg gun with stairs for tin soldiers to go up a railroad with full working equipment OKKMAN CHWSTJCA8 CAKEA BAVAKIAS PEASANT these are among the mechanical toys of Souneberg In shortj Santa Clans Jn these tlaies 2an find the means of gratifying the wishes ot bis most fastidious pet inner HENRY SNYDBR 0 E OH IEen tie19t MwasM fMcuaa T J HUGHS EXPERIENCE Well folks I know now that I am a sure winner I had funniest feeling the other day thatJ any poor creature ever had And r yet it was the saddest feeling I ever had Its to good to keep So I will just tell you all about it You know I lold you all several ago about me and Charley borseI coming to see you Well we are and while I was riding down the road the other evening about half past three oclockouI know a creek runs right along by the side of the roadwell me and Charley horsewerya slow gait and all at once I as I thought some body Hugh Hugh Hugh three heardj you know Well I slacked u p and looked all around about me Ide stretch my neck and look first down the road then up the road you know Then Ide look up the hill on the rightofme and then look away cross the bottom on the left of me you know and I just couldnt see avsingle soul Well directly they hollowed again the notesame way you k Hugh Hugh Hugh Uhfee times Now folks Ill just say to you now was beginnng to Retsorte Charlier = Horse he tieaid them hollow too and he would just paw the ground you know Of course he was glad to hearthem hollowing for me Well all at once just as Iwas E getting ready to hit the hike onaCharlie and get away from that place for I tell you I was scared E- I began to think Iwas hanted you know Well just as me and Charlie were getting ready to run E they holloaed Hugh Hugh Hugh again By this time the were in 20 feet of me Now who do you E think it was that was hollowing Sfor me Well I will just tell you 5who it was I looked over in the E middle of the creek and 1saw a great big log floating down aiid onr rElookingcoarse you can just immagine my feeling It made me feel good to think that if the frogs was hollow ing for me everybody else ought to hollow and vote for me Dont you think so Now the next question is how on eaith did themj frogs know that Hugh was a candidate lor Circuit Clerk The only way that I can see througbitI is that these 3 frogs must have been sitting out on bank of the creek one pretty warm day likeI flogs do you know when the sun is shining bright and while they were there sunning some 2 or 3 parties must have been out hing right close to these frogs you know and while they were fishing they mtfst have said something about my race and telling eachother = that they were for me and that they were certain that their precinct was solid for Hugh and from what they could learn from other parts of the county they were satisfied IIwould be the next Circuit Court Clerk So these frogs listened to the conversation between these parties you know and they just concluded that if every body Was for Hugh they would all hollow for me too Now folks dont you think that all these sweet little innocent frogies that are in all of our creeks and ponds can get upInerve enough to strain their little tender voices for me that it Would tr be your duty to vote for me I am = sure it looks to me like you could If you vote for me I will say to yOU now that I will sure appreciate it I am your friend e HUGH MILLER A HOMB MADE HABY CHAD BSRLAINS COUGH REMEDY About two months ago our baby girl had measles which settled on her lungs and at last resulted in a severe attack of bronchitis We bad two doctors but ao relief was obtained Everybody thought she would die I went to eight different stores to find a certain remedy which had been recommended to me and failed to get it when one of the storekeepers insisted that Itty Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby is alive and well today QEQ W SPENCE Holly Springs NC Chamberlain Cough Remedy always cures and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Chas C Davis RloearLatia Pa1Arelieved IIy ice et- PI a 4w1i M stabUshedr1887 519O8NUMBER UG BAKER Pres M B SALIS CASHIER ft DR W J CHILDRESS V Pres F L THOMPSON JR Asst R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHURUM Attorney PEOPLES BANK CAPITAL 2000000 MT VERNON KY DEC 15 1908 Dear Sir J i The Peoples Bank which has been doing a very sue cessful business at this place has been reorganized and cap J italized at 20 00000 and is now an independent instiLutioncIt has erecteda new building on Main Street of Mt Vernon 1 that is by far the best and most commodious building in the town to say nothing of its architectural beauty The holders of the stock in this Bank are all citizens of this county and are considered among the leading busi ness men of Eastern Kentucky The Directors are allmen of sterling business qualifications and unquestioned honesty y and integrity We will have our opening in the new building December 31 1908 and you are hereby extended a cordial invitation to be witlrus on that day and it would be gratifying to the ofi cers of the institution if you could make it convenient to 1 depositIni C and be with us at this opening see our new building and spend a pleasant day prostJ r VVV A x f Very respectlully yours BANKlPres r tttttftttttttfttfttttftttttttJlttttttttttttttttttt E T1VERNON DflSEET GOT 1 PRACTICAL = Ci UNDERTAKERS = FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 3 EMBALMERS = MU Vernon RyrCOUCH META LI CASKETS = Coffins and Robes k Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company = Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 a AB FURNISH W H KRUECER = Pnone d Propriel6r fUUU1UUUU11111111UUUUUU1UI1U1UUUUWl1111Ul1iUWU1N l- The Old Reliable Ytos4 v Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at I THE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the county S c DAVIS r South Side Main Street MT VERNON v Y i= r a dww rW1 UNDERTAKER 11t mrOur line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins mi Hearse sent to all hedIf the county All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled cG WI AaCOXiPhone l4So VV ilt VERNON KY 3 rtn Convenience the ayings Account ivC t iauy persons keep their mO here as a permanent in ivestment because the risk of Jlbsiing to individuals is avoid ed As au investment you can compute the net returns accurately Small amounts may bead ed at any time A savings r account offers a profitable means torealize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You nay withdraw a part or the entire amount at time With a6etermination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank 1 THE BANk OF MT VERNON INCORIOBATED J MT VERNON KENTUCKY 4 William J J3rj an wlllthiC Ft ekf The yYde livtrafeiif rljuVlic atatEse nftepoch q rcrr5y t tlenct itttrestfromIln the canto es of t IJP lurg trti i lat wIcUarliriet al Utic untrr 2 v c I j rcr c L jt r iA1 lc == = === II41s 3ceQeC3r ap p H D UYt YIc7W O 1 0 r E E1S- t Q I X 0 1 1 aWalk Over for Men af These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None jas b good fi E v i 1f i S35O and 400 American Lac1ykstyletand yless market 3OO 35OAmerican 3COKD 3CG3 DC g RUBBERS i ill jRuBBEFSj J 4 iorMen Women and Children Wc have only the best To buy them saves you from sickness To buy them from us saves you money 1t F f 5 t j1 i i i i c i I We sell the test Come and buy your Christmas Suit from and you are sure of the latest and correct styles We buy orily the bet up- i 4 othingon the market and buy them ands them Come give us a have the clothing store of town isr J d F KRUEGER SON is tiLL Phone S7 L L Opposite Depottf i 1 L f MT VlillNON STGNAL rJ FRIDAY Dec 25 1908 r rt Published every Friday by y EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 4f SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 4 t ont Advertising rates made known application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS AS OCIATIO- TR c r a t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY UDCE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judgof Rockcastle County subject toi Sthe fiction of the Republican party fP For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County jLaij JVttirfiiey County subject f action of the Kopuhlican primary rt tFor County Court Clerk Where authorized to announceG m T jOHNSONas a candidate for Coun t CourtClerk abjectto the action pf hefRepunicali party We4ro authorized to announce FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for Count Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican pattyIWe are ulhorized to announce Tor FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county sub j cttot1te action of the RepublicanD t Wiy We are authorized to announce VICTOR C TA T3S asa candidate for County Court Clerk pF Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the Republican tyiWeare pat a Jorizeato announce 1 jnCEMJY as a te for Court erk of jlockcastle County subject totkie actsonofythe Republican party V FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CHILI MUL11NS aslilo candidate for YJailer of Rockcastlo County subject f to action of the Republican party we are authorized to annouri Wi JC TAYLOR asa candidate for JaU Jl R tie County sub jest ktlt he Republican party y lJounce for JailttA1 o x We are authorized to announce MlV SWDiTPORD asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DAN IEL C PONDER asa candidate for Jailer acItionWe are authorized to announce W ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN as a candid Aca jailer of Rockcastle County subject tolthe ac tion of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER asa candidate for Assessor 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 Primary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Count subject to action of the Republicauprimary We are authorized to announce SHER fOlIsubject primary r for Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce Jr D McJERRONasa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of RockoastL County subject to the action of the Re publican primarY To oqe pad all we wish merry Xmas and i happy New Year Wthth cifiSe if the gQOdfyear 1908 we hqpeit wfll fifldiiac nd revery one of our subscribers hap pier and more prosperous than ever before and better prepared to begin with the new year The year 1908 Will soon be only a matter ofhistory Tosome it willno doubt carry rile fondest recollec tions while to others the misfortunes encountered will makeit an unpleasant memory But being a believer in tryjng to make best of everything this we shall try to do doing the greatest good we can for oies and those about us rtiEWS ITEMS t 7ezue1a continues in the ou pQlturt7of being at the rp 1fWrit Holland while irc nr President Castro is a of wonde7ing interest and tW iiBnes alternately pictpred hiM ilt is an jinxkatts seeker after medical atte about and vgv ts laboratei d ni atrdas an honor tiCir i l Because he did not persouajly obey the preemptory command of rolice Lieut Foster to clean up a litter in front of the store made while workmen were decorating Foster used such violence in arrest ing Joseph Greenwell that the prisoners shirt was torn to shreds when the officer caught him by i the collar and shook him angrily L Gov Willson has appointed a Tax Commission headed by Judge James Breathitt Attorney General of the State toprepare a bill revising the tax laws of KentucKy to be legislaturelAs make suggestions The two bodies will meet jointly at Frankfort on January 4 Iostdramaticevidencewasgiven bv Mrs Helene E Annis Monday in the trial of Thornton Hams as accessory to the murder of her hus band She testifiied that when she saw that Capt Peter Hains was about to shoot her husbandshe ran down to where husbands boat was about to dock As she did so she testified Thornton Hains pointed his pistol and said You move and you will get the same A New York paper recently offered a prize for the best thoughtI onHow to Manage a The following was awarded the pri eManage What is that Poes itmean controle We manage arihorsej Weuseonr superior human intellect no controle and guide his superior physical strength vcoas to obtain tlje best rest ts But a wife is not 1i IJbrse Where two persons are well married the wife is superior to 1erb1 baud in f as many respects its he ts vBuperior to hex in others If happiness is to be the result of the union the first businfiSSiC to map age himself soas to keep himself always his wifes best friend always her tender lover always her equal partner always her superior protector This vill necessarilly stimulate the wife to be always an admiring friend always ati efiectionate sweetheart always a tfiftfty house wileahvavs a cbtffitfing ward Andlhis will so react upon the husband that hislove for his wife will grow so as to make it easy for the husband with all his faults Jo rjgar with the in rmities ot his one vanhon y wife h lt y i 1ui1T1 These Shoes have more comforts more morew arfor money than any other shoe on the and We have a pair of Lady Shoes in our show window that are worth 3 O We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them if AfPT us then mad right right lookwe the O r J r ofBpckcastle S 7 a h Mr Alien Dq ten who rscon sidered one ICentuckys experts on the breeding v ofthe saddfejiorse arid whose farm at Burgn has turned out the annual weanling champion for many years past is in a very aerious condition at Baltimore hav ing been remove the Johns Hop kins University for air examination possible Qperationa for a chronic trouble with his stomach Mr Fdelen has been seriously ilfat his home for Some weeks past and at the advice of his physicians the a bove trip was made last week Farmers Home Journal Dallas Tex Dec 2oIn the presence of the young woman who had just refused to marry him Rex W Woodfolk aged 22 years at 9 oclock tonight shot himself through the hea nand fell dead across thecouch from which the terrified young woman had leaped Woodfolk had called and the young lady being slightly indisposed was reclining upon a couch in theTeception room of the home of C M Nevitt a cousin Woodfolk Mrs Nevitt bad just left the room and Wood folk renewed his suit having been refused previously Again refused he drew the weapon and standing by the couch fired once the body falling limp at the feet of the girl Seven years ago Woodfolk came from his home in Bradenbuf g Kyi where his father Judge S P Woodfolk reside- sTIS1SWdRTH READING Leo F Zelinski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N V saYreI cured the most annnoving Cold sore I ever had with Buckltns Arnica Salve I applied this salve one a day for two days when every trace of theI sore was goneb Heals all Snldnnderuafahtee at Chas C Davi drugsW e 25 The MidVViiiter Meetingof the Kentucky Press Association will be hejd at the Seebach Lot1i yileI Tuesday Dec 29th a numb good papers wUi be read HOWlDJPTHnR1A is cQ1l IiDOne often hears the expression My child CKUg6ta Severe cold whi developed into diptheria when the was that the cold had simply left the little one particular ly susceptable to the wandering diph therIa germ When Chamberlains l Cough Remedy It quickly cures the cold and lessens the danger of diphtheria or any Other germ dli sease being contracted For sale by- Chas C Davis f STARTING THE SCHOOL REVOLUTIONI in the of Kentucky to the model school is most encouraging It indicates that in various sections of Ken tucky there is a definite realization of the present educational deficien icies anda hope to impove condi tions Not every school in the State may compete for the 800 offeredmores the pityfor many will tegaid it as hopeless from the very outset but those that do compete will gain from the improve wholeIent there are infinitely more poor schools in Kentucky than there are good ones In fact good schools are the exceptions There must come a time when the poor Schools will be the exceptions That is the time Kentuckians must aspire to the work for The exist jug conditions are lamenteble They reach down to the fundamentals The average school building is unsanitary rickety and all but uninhabitable Far too many teachers are lacking the equipment proper for their work Great achievements must have beginnings and the taskuf revolutionizing the Kentucky school system has had its start That is the one splendid fact Interior Journal S 0 A DANGEROUS OPERATION the removal of the appendix by Iis surgeon No one why takes Dr New Life Pills is ever sub jected this frightful ordeal They worjcvso quietly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache biliousness and malaria 25Cat- ChsC Davis drugstore CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Haye Always Bought Bears the s L 19iq aturof Ckrl 1 J GUI TYOF GOUNTERFEiTIN Pas ini of confederate mouev is no worse than substituting some utiknkwn worthless remedy fir- eFoleys rijjiiiev and Tar tli great cough at cdret dy that cures bell1 alld 1wJrgbDaVISj LAND STOCK AND CROP The Agricultural Experiment Station of Wisconson has finished threshing the seasons crop of to bacco seed Eight hundred and fifty pounds of Connecticut and Havana seed were raised on two and one half acres At fifty cents per ounce which is not a high price this would bring 6500 This is su perior seed raised under the best conditions and will be dIstributed in small quantities to farmers of the StateA large cattle deal was consiuna ted at Sonora this week when Bra sheat Patterson the well known live stock firm of that place sold to Watkins Carithers 8 Co 124 head of young steers The consideration was 5000 The cattle were shipped to Athertonville where they will be slopped along with a number of others belonging to the firm Mr Rod Varfield shipped a carload of mules south a few days ago R L Brown shipped a carload of cattle and hogs from Tonieville this week Elizabeth town News The wind no longor blows through the whiskers of a Kansas Populist He has been put out of business by the magnificent yield of the farms The Sate Board of Agriculture reports 475000000 worth of stock or iiopocoo more than the red letter year of 19 7 1 he total yield of wheat this year is 77000000 bushels and its valfre over 60000000 The coin yield is over 15000000 bushels and its val vt is more than 82 000000 The live stock pavilioc in which the International at Chicago was held as a seating capacity of 7500 with stalls fors 000 horses The show ring is quite a novelty be ug banked up On the sides and turns with fresh green sod with myriads ot small fir trees and palms s lan f scattered here and Otbere This mikes a wonderfully pretty picture whin the house is flooded with the light and the handsome cos tumes and personal ornaments with the many horses and parapher nalia in motion More people are taking Foley s Kidney Remedy every year Ii is considered to be the most effective remedy forki n yaod bladder cauldetcorrects regularities builds tip t1Ivltahtyand WellcChasC Davis i Ii r POSTED Ve whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting on our land and will prosecute allviolators of same Florence Ponder John Winkler Smith Pruitt J W Moore John Leece J J Smith Simeon Saylor Thomas Burk Alice Moore J C Gibbs t J B Chappel W D Livesaj J G Frith Tilden Frith Nancy P Smith J J Cook Mis Eli a Cook Gus Staverson Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar as it soothes inflamed membranes heals the lungs and expels the colds from the system Chas C Davis Mantasanna is sentenced IJohn electricity this week at the N J prison for murder 1 his is the case in which it was said to be proposed to attempt to revive the man aftrhim deadpronounced Theprison authorities announced later how ever that no such experiment would be permitted AoREABLy SURPRISED Many sufferers From rheumatism atIsleep and rest possible For sale by Chas C Davis Doctors 3 say take Cod Liver Oil they undoubtedly mean Scotts Emulsion j i It would be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quininekin its rude form as to pre 1 cribe Cod Liver Oil in its i InI a Scotts i i Enuilsioa the oil is emulsified and made digestlthe bodyand is the most Inatural and useful fatty food to nourish the wasted body that is known in medicine t todayNothing can be found to take its place If you are rundown you should take it this advertisement together with name ISend in which k appears year Maid cents to covet postage and we wW send Coaptete Hardy Atlas ef the Wcrid SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pain StNewy ark i t 11c ii T r t j44W cL MTVERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON Ki Dec 5190 IIi9Call up No 79 when you want to Commis- nicnteth SIGNAL 79 Lrnr 4 RR TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pIn 24 north 348 am 23 south 124 p IP 21 South 1220 am JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Enteredat the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffic as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL P H Shutts took his third degree in Ma onryTue Sday night E R Gentry is at home from the Louisville Law school for Xmas Mrs Lou Jones is visiting her sister Mrs T J Pennington at Livingston Miss Bessie Poynter was very sick last week but is better at this time Jack Sutton of the Quail section will leave January 1st to locate in Iowa Rev John M Bandall now loca ted at Memphis Tenn is spending a few days here Charley Reynolds the popular Livingston agent was up Tuesday buying Xmas presents Mrs J W Rider is spending Xmas with her brother M C Miller at Austin Texas J Tucker Bowling is spending the holidays with his parents at Hyden Leslie county Ky Mrs Kittie Smith will spend Christmas in Louisville with her son Spurgeon who is in school thereDr A G Lovell went to Prince ton yesterday to spend Xmas with his daughters Misses Leila May and Margaret James Dickerson the Livingston I grocery ma n was here Wednesday looking after some important busi l Tness matters Mesdames D N Williams and Cleo Brown lett yesterday for Cincinnati to spend Xmas with Judge R G Williams Mr W A B Davis closed his school at Purcell Wednesday He is credited with having taught one of the very best in the county Conn Brown who recently returned from a several weeks visit in Texas is a great admirer of the West and especially the Lone Star stale Eugene Orndoff who is spending Xmas with homefolks was a pleasant and welcome visitor to our town this week Gene is one of the best engineers in the service of the B O Miss Bessie Miller has smallpox but it is not unexpected as she staid in the room with her nephew Miller McCoy and waited on him during his illuess She is getting along very well t J LOCAL A EoRSAXE A lot Y oft front Ijfy 370 tt deep located on south Isisle West Main street joining S 4 H Martins property yrlAMES T MEADOWS rra 25tf Mt Vernon Ky j ifi iMFrHTj Mullins severalweeks ago lost a square atthe new fBeoplesibankbuilding which he wou ate very glad lo find not D useofits intrinsic value but b a seof the many years service itt hasbeeu tohim dnr good friend J P E Drum mond of Livingston has establish Ci edjia magazine agency whereby heus labjeto furnish any uptodatei niagaztne or journal printed Every Household should have a good- DrummondMagazines and Mr can supply you for less money than youcan order direct if you want to subscribe don t Jail to see hun FOR SALEWe have 10 n tlilding lots which we will f sale for the next 30 days locfttea in West Mt Vernon on WestfMain street A street will Langdonrugh to Sparks Davis street ing 8 lots in ou square For her particulars callon- R F AsB itoJtTr NNo r k 1kr i This hasbeen thei busiest weep our stores have hadTor some time Wedbnesday having disposed 6t qifte a good deal of businesr d Start the new year right by buying your shoes clothes aud gents fnrnishingfrbm J Fish- FORSALixA second banded shingle madEine Dec 25 3 L GUS STAVEKSON Our local banks have fallen in- line with otter banks throughout the state and will take both Friday and Saturday Dec 25th and 26th as holidays NOTICE All parties indebte to me will please call ands ttle at once I need the moneyW Poynter Decr8 2t Notice Those owing us accounts are earnestly asked to call in at once and settle The first ot the year will soon be here and we want to ready to start new with the new year This means vou if you owe us Jv McKENZIE SON Robert Mason the young man who was promptly caught in his- attemptof dishonesty realizing thai he was up against it in order to ge the lowest sentence plead guilty It the charge of forging a check o Johny Griffin for 2250 and tool two years in the pen Fuqua Mullins the liverymen have bought the livery stable ot JC Rineheart at Londou ant took charge this week Mr Mul lins will move his family to Londo but for the present Mr Fuquac family will remain in Ml Vernon although Mr Fuqua will spen most of his time in London W wish them well in their new loca tion We call attention to the an nouncement of Attorney W A Hammond as a candidate fo County Attorney of Rockcastlt subject to the republican primary Mr Hammonds name is familia to most of our people and he i known as oneof the countys be citizens Mr Hammonds ha been a practicing attorney fo several years and he tells us ha been a voter of the republiccr ticket in Rockcastle for more that tbirty six years Supt Ballard informs us that b the last of February that alLa rangements will he perfected fo the erection of the county higl school in Mt Vernon which wil be a handsome two story bricV strcuture Just where the buildin will be located isnot determinec but it will likely be one of tv places either in the Sparks 6 Davis addition or on what is nov a part of the A H Hamlin farm on Richmond street The building must be completed and ready fo occupancy by Sept 1St 1909 The New Stanford Drug Co changed hands Wednesday whe Mr Pat W Whipp of Liberty bought the stock of diugs etc o Messrs W K Shugars and J Randolph Harris Mr Whipp too immediate possession but Mr Shugars will remain with him month after which he will mbv to Winchester where he hf bought an interest in the Martin Cook Drug CO1 the biggest anr best concern of its kind in the hustling apital of Clark county We shall be very sorry to give ur Mr Shugars his splendid wife am interesting manly little son bu welcome Mr Whipp to the bes town on the map Mr Harris i undecidedas to his fjture but w hope and believe he will remain ii Stanf9rdf In ten or Journalf We deeply deplore the death of that splendid young man MrC Frank Myers which occurrer Tu esday afternoon about 3 oclock For more than two years he hac been on the decline but not ver preceotible until a few weeks ago when he began losing rapfdl from the ravages of consumption which had slowly but surely gained- a deep seated root His death at the time it occurred was very Unexpected although every oneknew it was only a matter of time with him The burial took place Wednesday at the family burying ground near the old home Our county has never bada mor tentFrank and every one who knew him admired him for his honest j and integrity Besides his aged father he leaves two Drotben and three sisters to mourn the loss of a dutiful and obedient o1and a kind and affectionate brother iPeace to his ashes glory to his ini- mortal J son i Y l 1 ME RY CH1SPMAsBRAND BETfis ro 1 PRICES DO NOT w ggi mi ee ALWAYS SELLH gi ee i GOODSe 00 r ct Styley quality and assortmenfcount more wit hfthe general pubi lie than prices fl fe oe e iYouhave been in stores where you felt you had to ii Look OUt gfor yourselfand where they were so anxious to get your moniee ey that if you didnt buy promptly they would you OV6I t not to serve eeeioe iDee You dont get any Ofc thkt ere we have fib turn vertt J system if you don t want what youjsee here we Q ttryt make e e you take it+ g e o i t Everything nevxand stylish we have riQ auction i trash to offer i 0 y h tg f J J iU 14 fe 1t JfIsbn It 1 M 0 fqi i USo r t 3 ui o oe e r t aces c r t4t Q FANCY SUITS and OVER Ill COATS fir 10 Vl5 arid ESlhee e e esesweeeeseoeso3eeoooooeoeoseoeo 1000 00000 0 e NOTICE1 am agent for Danville Steam Laundry formerly represent d by 0 D Sutton So leave your sundry tJT Adams store for first class work f W GHcBEE gent Dauvilie Steam Laundry Deputy U S Marshal John Mullins last week destroyed a uoonshine still belonging to Ned Lakes located in the eastern part f the county The still was in ull operation Lakes was arrested he still destroyed and several jallous of whiskey confiscated Judge J W Alcorn has been tppointed a trustee of the Confed rate Home at Pewee Valley The ither trustees appointed by Gov xVillsou are Maj P P Johnson f Lexington Maj John H Leath ers of Louisville Capt Robert Hurd of Bowling Green A W Macklin ot Frankfort Interior ournal A splendid selection The Assistant Cashier of the krea bank came over last sVtur lay to appear before the grand jury against Robert Mason for forgery similar case to that iu this county or which he is now under a two iears1 sentence Thecheck which he forged on the Berea bank was or 2250 the same amount as one e which he forgetlo1i Mr Griffin Robert is pretty sure of another trip so he had just as well get it all at once O cCoutitvHlgb School is onto a finish We will a little later give plans and specification to all contractors and bidders We wish to have the building finished on or before Sept fist 1909 We earnestly askall patrons of the county to have their boys and girls In readiness to take the examination fr Common School Graduating ourse tov be held in the County upt office on the last FIidaiand Saturday in January and another tie second Friday and Saturday in iJay Only cdinaJonSchpol gradu tfe can enter said County High School and the same hv Jfee tuition We shall have an article in the i f k nal every week andwit try our ut imosttb keep the people posted G M BALLARD CoSiipt J t 1t awk a i P J STAR SFt7ES AlZE oe turn oe 0 hL MT VStNONS LIN CL 01Hlrs s iestesa 1i s soa estaea coca se esse as s a IIQ seoeesoe aoeooo noreomevoeoo0ooeeeseoooeeAeoeeeuosooooc a 00SSSSe 000000OOSSQ00000oe00 0 00000000 0 000 0 a 0 0 a w A hovel very often is more a home than a palace If the spirit of congenial friendship links not the hearts of the urinates ofa dwelling is not home If love reigns not theret Fcharity spreads not her downy mantle over all If peace prevails not if virture rear not her beautiful children and religion comes not in her white robe of gentleness to lay her hand in benediction on every headtbe home is not compfste More and moreas we grow we appreciate the finer traits that are in human nature Men going out into life never forget the mother who stay at home and who has presented them a nature with a reason dominant with a high moral sense with refinement and sweet affections with taste with patience and gentleness with selfsacrifice and with disinterestedness A man may go through all the world he may run through every stage of belief and disbelief but there will be one picture that he cannot efface Living or dying there will rise tIJjbefore him like a morning star the beauty of thatremembered goodness which he called fmother iA 1 DUDLEY tae VGetting nd pieparingforSantafClausex is tbe order of the day Arthur Weaver returned front Nashville Teun S undayRey Parker failed to fill his appointment at Maple Grove Sunday night TW F Anderson has his new dwelling nearly com arefccoming down from Laufel county to spend Xmas hererrMr and MrsrLJ Hacket are spending their Xmas in Winchester = I Uncle Harrison Reamsfspent afew i hours inH omesHollowtlSupdav The two spec airainsrtlovert- heK C line 1opdaLookoutf- or the magazine agentHenry Evans waS inBrttShcVeek Monday rLII Hi A1ietsot1wasdl Pine Hill SundaK ft j v CB Anderson was in Be rea Pri yriight School begins at MapleGrove Mbndayljiwith Mr Lee Chestnut leacher A H f92 Xmas and e + r5MCSiwtt n i5isiS aU J 1 h I had the best time in the last 10 days that you ever saw me and Charlie Horse have been out as S usnal and Ill just tell you we j feel fine Every body we met seemed so glad to see us andfrf know they were for they told me so many good things that it actual ly made me feel as happy as a man 12hover the county tc ask me in the last few daysvwbat I wanted for a Xmas present Vell you know how timid and bashful that makes ij anyone feel svou know I would appreciate any kind Of a present But I want to just matte you a suggestion as toiwhat 1 would ap preciate most of anything that you s could give me You all just wait a short while after Xmas and whenQ they set the day for our primary you get yourself ready early in the morning and go straight to the Iiandprouder of that present than any thing you could ever give me Oh I just tell you I wouldnever 7 never forget that present as long 1 as I live for if would always be on my mind andtcwould always bet I nking1ibbutyon ail how T thankful I would be to each andr every pne of you g AuotHei beautiful feature abouk that kmd ot j a it tcost you one 1 JiSo dont forget this present Its on the day we have o ur J amyour friend HtfcH PrimarJJ1J Thase against R P jthe killing of Joe Mize jtvhich cast was before the court at the time of t jOurlast issue was a hung jury J Nine stood for acquittal aud three ffor a two years sentence Iii order that the entire office force may have Xmal offandat the same time not ni5ss anissue otJ the papf r we publish day early 1 Foleys Orino Laxative cuses j chronic constipation and stimulates the liver O rino regul ales the jbowels so t4eywil1act naturally l and you do notbave to take p purgatives continuously C pavis Jctilfi ie 1c o 11i iST LOUISeLJ4RGESr cu t SHIPMENT OFa f SHOES EVER SENT r0e iVZT J NERNON MORE t STARSIt Ne- o 0 e aa 9 aer O Goeaan e 80eeQae s eaaaroa9oaeanoeooaoo4eeoooooeoo o e ii vw u o e f ee 3uiXr A J i J Fk IE UiJLiijs t i 1i I j 1ONEt1jr t 1 F tLLOFFER FOR SALE AT ri r J COS TT i sit ii ANDi lessjhiJn Cost It i all goods w sic H went thro11ghthefir + These goods are not damaged either bY fireor water andare as good as the r day I received them We are offerMff soontLg00dsat fire ricesY t Come in and examing dito ash ety Y ci bargain f cashi 6 a4iT ionorivAi1 P1iQnet 8fi t QppQS1t C9nrt nose- + l y t = tA i r al l i gc t 1f 0 t 5 r Sr r r1 i t I 1 dr f t tt 1 1 f fNf 9i 111 j IItIt Christmas on the Stage i ttc UNDER THE MISTLETOE itJgSaI1taClausI I v I t E ARL to RutbOfa I Just wish ye could seebiw- FredSee whom RuthWhy Santa Claus Earl end I have just been talking wetGladys Oh I wouldnt like to Dorothy Harry and I tried It last year We came down and bid In the F front hall but papa round us and sent us to bed Fred after thinking awhile Ire di qstthought of something Santa Claus VtYN children he might Couldnt wtool SJtNTA WOULDNT COMB IN IF HE SHOULD VSh we were Mothf I erGoose children right out of theH book i t toorotby HowTould we do that ffl S Fre fcWe could dressjike them and then s1and perfectly still as if ve were t xuadebf wax or BometUing just the TJvay you do in a tableau you know iemight think it was some kind of a 4 ffi how of wax figures Earl Oh my J couldnt keep as Tsail as that 1 o HJrryyU could If you really want I osee S afa Claus EarlOh l will I wllllSee me ft pses Gladys Will we have to stand 80 4 very long Fred Obnoe very very lougtWe must alf be ready before 12jdock AVe must aress ike Mother Goose chij irpny and lJ fix you In your places b Boy Blue We can find some lressup clothes in the attic I Harry I think Ill be Jack Horner v lCtn have a pie- DorothyI wiut to be Bopeep A t cane with a book handle will do for a crook GladysMay Ibe MlMMuffet IlJeJt Jill and carry pall of water An empty jiaIfwill dt Now lets 1e off and see T whut ecauJipd Thea well go to b I and1I1IIe awake and alter papa I RS MCRANIVS1XPER1ENCJt MtsM Vc aneyPrnt1ss Miss wriies I confined tom Ijed for three mpnths with kidney and bladder tr and way trated bftwopbysici aSDt failed ta get felifet JNo hun tongue can tell bow I stiffered d I had given up hope otever geliig well until I J c belall taking Fojey Kidney Rem i t After tafciag two Imtla1 J eIt like a aew persoii 1fit dl fyotU auffecirg woen f wbatFGeyj1d1 Reedy did f o me j Cbs c ILl i j if7 +r Ir T I T and mamma go upstairs Ill call you and Exeunt well come down very softly IIL ng in in cos Fred Now well hang our stockings first All hang them Then well gt into place Bopeep you stand here Hold your crook so Miss Muffet yon must sit on this footstool and you must be eating Put your spoon to your lips so Jack Homer get into that corner and hold up your thumb with the plum on it Jack and Jill stand over here and take thepllil between you I will stand here and bold my horn to my mouth so Now we mustnt move our eyes Its getting late Now all ready All pose Ruth after awhile Oh dear This pail Is heavy even Jf It is empty AllSh Gladys after awhile How my arm aches AllSh Earl yawns aloud AllSh r H1My thumb is tired of stapl ing up 7Dorothy Im so sleepy yawning 1lSh Jack Homers hand drops then hIs bead Bopeep drops crook and leans against wall Jill lets go of pall and slides to floor Jack scion does the same Miss Afuffets head drops for ward Boy Blues eyes lose and horn tails This rouses him for a moment but his eyes soon close again and he leans against thoweli Enter Santa Cmns All fast asleep weJlSomeMother Goose But what are they do Ing here Walks about and looks at them closely Aha I know these children Theyre not Mother Goose faadly Aha I see what they are up to Theyre waiting to see me and they dont want me to know them But they cant fool this old fellow Just as if he didnt know every child in the world Ive found children waiting alwaysmnllstockings and wont they besujprlsed when they wake up and fital they g8thenfets bowl and into Jack and Jills pail Now I must be ottoButr believe Ill try that horn of Boy Blues droppinghornlittle at sound then fall back Into for mer position HI sayWakeHarryiWlios been asleep IJorothy rubbing eyes Not I asleepEarlRuth almost crylngI was to sleepy Did you all see him Others Oh BO no Fred Well Im afraid we were all asleep But I heard him Heblewpn a big horn Harry and Dorothy I heard him Gladys And theres your horaiI reS over by the poor He blew on that RuthSee whats In our palll Hold leg it up Gladys And in my bowl Harry And see the stockings AIIQhQboht Ainran to get the ktocliingsj DorothyiOh why couldnt weavekepi awake FredYel1 WjtTe mfewea bte title time sre But pext year we try itagain and well al keep awake AllYea t i 4ec wa will MEarCINEA 1IS MEDICiNE uf KaveauffeVfd a good deal with malarira and sto tch cojnpOunts but I have found a remedy that keeps me nand that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stoasack and liver troubles and IotrUa down condi tions says Wv C leitJer Pi HaU lady Ark Electric Bitters rify a1Id enrich the blood tone lip the nerves and imfMirt Vigof and ener gy to the weak Your money will be refnnde4 If t fijat lpI50 ceatss at Plia C DtvU toce IIIICo SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXIS I or one of ray leptt ties will fter for sate at t e front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon on Monday Dec zSth 1908 being couniy court the following tracts ot land for taxes for the year 1908 R L McFEIJKON Sheriff Rockcastle County DISTRICT No i Buckner Y C3acres adjoining John Lunce tax arid cost rt 3 4J Carpenter Wilson 30 acres adjoining J C Johnson tex ud cost 4 82 Mink Lucy one town lot in Mt Vernon 356 DISTRICT No3 IBullin Jane 133 acres ad joining Ely Coffey tax a- ndcost556 Doyle James heirs 220Iacres adjoining Rube mot tax and cost763 Dobhs Agnes 59 acres ad joining J J Wren t- axapdcost3 03 Isaacs John n r adjoining Geo Roc1 er467 Richardson heirs one town lotat Conway tax h- ndcost250 DisTNo4 Richardson James 100 acres adjoining W- alterAbrams4 56 Lesley Chas 200 acres adjoining Henry Hamlin tax and cost 5 59 Smith W B nr 400 acres adjoining Henry Ham tin tax and costII 64 Thomas J D n r io acres adjoining Willis Shears tax and cost2 53 DIST NO5 Soloman John W 70 acrs adjoing Caul Hail tax and cost 6 60 Baker Harden 40 acres adjoining Wm Durham tax and cost 300 Baker Robert 75 acres ad joining Ltim Chappl tax and cost 4 04 Lain James 100 acres ad joining Walter Abrams tax andcost9 15 Morris W F 75 acres tax and cost4 45 DIST Noi Miller Geo 50 acres ad joining G L Mullins 3 65 DISTRICT NO7 Sullivan J A n r 320 acres adjoining B Moore taxand cost 11 34 Allen hi11nr 360 acres adjoining Jacper Dur ham tax and cost 17 21 Cash Mat 30 acres adjoin ing Sam Sams for the years t 19060708 tax atifl cost Q 04 Elmore E S nr one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 4 56 Hocker J C nr one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 9 65 Mullins Heirs 360 acres adjoining Elisha Mullins tax and cost 525 Jewel John nf one town lot ill Livingston n 3 o5 Preston Geo n 1 oae town lot in Livingston t- axandcost4 54 Rich W H 120 acres ad joining R L Payne tax and cost 567 Scott Jas 2 acres adjoining Sallie Jones tax and cost 4 14 Chadwell W Mnr 25 acre adjoining Sambrooks tax and JosephI DISTRICT Bussel Heirs ioo acres ad l joining P French tax and cost s 57 Hayes Mary D tii 66 acres adjoining Jasper Me Gray tax and cost 4 06 Johnson R M 50 acreS adjoining G W Decker taxf and cost v i V JP- Kihly W 3 50 acres FX joining Jonathan Lbyings tax and cost q iVvi7IT Miie Hump y 11r aerjeis adjoining L Cooper tax andcost 252 Rogers John n r 60 adjoining G W Decker for the year 1907 og taxi ad co t r tTaylor DwieU nio 7g acres adjoining W U5 Niceley tax dcO 3p 7 adjoiniagr Wit vHtyjIffli sand u j copt f 57j Lrect bairs ji J o1 I Jf F H r y jS rixugb HL heir roo cresa ining Geo Harris l taxnudost r 5 g7 Smith tt Bnr ocoacr adjoining Jeff Nfbberly5tax and cost ii j rv rip i it1SIDIST No u- Perry Thomas4oacresad joining Jack Abneytaxand cj st i + t 4 2 ScottW c no acres ad joining John W Chssiee tax and cost i 6l COLORED LIST Bronstou Henry nr7o acres taxnndcostr2 80 J MARXEDFORDEATIJ Three years ago t was cator death Agraveyaid u ct A tpfiled v j 4 n when W husoanvLh uiNew Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bac Ky Tlipfirit dose helped me and improemen- ikettDnintIl I bad gained 58 pound in flesband my health fully restored This medicine holds the world- sbaiintrecord for conghs andcold and lung and throat diseases presents pneumonia Sold iriguavantee at Chs 0crstore SQC and i im Tn- evEraTsenatrth t r particularly thos in ikcc a Pennsylvania for the seats ivhici will bvacated by the ezpirHtion ithe term cf office of Senator TosepK Benson Foraker and the eIevato- rofSenatorPhiliietC Eno is the Secretary shipuf t Taft Cabinet will becotnt inuesI- ngly acute trom now on in prepu f ion for the caucuses in the several Stteswhicb will be held in January PERSONAL APPEAL If we could talk to you personal ly about the greet merits of Folevs Honeyand Tar for coughs colds and Jung troubles you never could be induced experiment with un knows preparations that may con FoleysHoneand has a record of forty yearsof cures Chas C Davis I Women I sufferers should uce G1QIUI 1choaIl URES Cwwt wtio BIMous ness CfiSIs and Fever lid 11 all Uvcr lpaimls MmE O Morrison Hous Sn Tons writesUI havO affered foryears from severe I andfaintingaorelicfuntUltriedHerbinend 1 usa it always PRICE SOc Bollard Snow Unlmeat Ce tT LOUIS MISSOURI Swu 0nd Iccommendedlty- CJl S C DAVIS l VvHITE8 Cream Vermifuge 4 m WJWUITEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHMJHCIfS FAOMTE TMIh AIPTKR eutUHHI fVHt9 0FHY s- yaUrdSow LtalmcBt C w1 Ir trM KO ChasjiDacls 01110 tllatinFrlitlyrQ pItw1 The cw 1tLYPDoes not grp Oc J1tCuri jMtoaMich and livwr iad- w chroaic tt i1 laC lbs tMLtitjml nction fthettooK ch lirr and bowels 1IIt1cf1liltf Pr Iii fJJlfj1 Cbsa C Dviz 1 J r popLAR GAP vvV II As never bavelSeen any news in SloWAl From thic place will write you a few itemsThe- w tfr has ben vjrry disagreeable the p tfew days Mrs Rosa NbItt from Pennington Gap Va visiting jjer father Mr J S leppert at Raven Wood and expects torqmiin several weeks RevG M Fish frrn Histr T i f preRrhtdi er int ifitig sermon at this place t u daji55 Ell Adsms Ja tee istint her sister Miss Stella at tle home of Mrlr Cbesley ynEiMaster Daiiieijrew has been on the sick J i rt t i me- y 9 Rhs i ip ti rm p II J 1 P Singleton the hustling sewing ru tfiiu1irtn pasxel VbrtWh here T rnnte io Big RJtJ ctu n to 1iTeVTal machines first ot week K wilIerets to start With trs Fri Cv t and rflf N odv AH p t rjIrrfMrJaW ffeyfof Isnjjford ws at this rltfinst w e17 Mr Chesley Pavri wfiif il1Mt Veroon onIbusuje iTirsJjof wpfc Mr ver iafjSQt t e same I Bot iif 1 VA r DeiTiothasIfine1 girl Morner doing weJL Dick savs h t eI happiest man in Singleton V1ey Mr Willis Allen has bought John Cummins farm at this place and Mr Cummins will move to New Hops soon We are sorry to give up a good ctizen like Mr Cummins There was quite a large crowd from Withers attnd ed the last day of school at this place last Friday WHEN TO GO HOWE From the Bluffton Iud Banner When tired onf go home When you want consolation go home When yt ir want fun go hon When you want to show others that you bane reformed go home and let your family get acquainted with the fact When you want to show yourself at your best go home and do the act there When you led HIce being extra liberal go home and practice on your wife and children first When you to shine with extra brilliancy go bcme and light uptbe whole household To which we would add when vou have a bad cold go home and take Eharaberlains Cough Remedy and a quick cure is certain For sale by Cha C Davis IO1LOEY4liDTAR fterM tM 4 PrcYMU Pausl I R W DY- OHED1rIrMT VERNON KY Office in thejJ T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist 11on MT VERNON KY Woik xuaranteedJ IAMT VERNON KY OFFICE On2tGJiooro The ankof Mf Vernon on Chur- chstteeiSpsr attention giTea to collection Phone No sr 3 0 11M5LARY Jdtraker cnba1Trle1UofCMet II Robee 0 11 adJsq4IEl r J L QjaiThe Rind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over SO years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per oq oiia1 supervision since itsinhancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone 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 Diarrluca 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 Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of Ci The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIE CTT Ij H r jx J t 5Lp A tJ 1 T tr fi f W11TER GOODS i g When you want goodori afeHTheadquarters for thebest A W Q 4 ibring1 MCKENZIE sfeN Phone98 J c- iA 5 iK PCCD l jI 1 f The New Storel rC r R Go to Carmicals for t f fFreshOystors Coconuts Gijapenuts f Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded WlieatvEvap orated Pairs Ice Cream JelUO Baked Beans Beef sttakand IeatiQf all kinds f v All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phj ne 56 t W H CARMICAL fetX L Nextdoor to Bank of Mt Vern6nJ tMt Vernon Kentucky t EveryMonth J writes Mrs B Fournier of Lake Charles La 1fused to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time ITA CAflUII1I 1 ft ItWillUeIpYonC- ardmis a medicine that has been found io act strengthenmgiciius their work itO haid for them It Is not a pain J9 ib ta trueS female- iemedy composed ofptiNJjb1 inrwdients pe3feetly and reeommended for all Sick wo Then oL or young Try u4 Women Ilelief0 ATALLDOO8Q 14 1