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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tY v i 4 iJ iW 1 I ffUbl Every jiFriday t f i r f VOLUME XXII MT VERNOJSV ROGKCASTLE COUlI 11Y FRIDAY JAN 22 1909NUMBER lR I To Rockcastle Repulicanss The following is my speech to our people in my candidacy for Circuit Court Clerk il Qerittenien and fellow Republic ns I must say that I am proud indeed to se so many of you here tonight aid- linewhatI before Ibegin to out have to say to you my friends I hope that you will not go away disappointed I know that yu are aware of one thing and thatJs I am not an orator or a speaker and even if I could make you a riproa ring speech as you often hear the boys remark after they have heard som tine speaker I would I1Jfolks and I think it more appro priate to just make a plain old fashion talk low as we are gathed here tonight fete eacH anjBLevery one of you feelas though you camehere to hear a home boy talk By feeling that way you will not return f homed disappointed eveii if F make an error orso in my remarks r v Fellow countyaien why am I here thatbthe majority of you know and to those thatdo not know I will say I am here asking at your hands an office Yes an office in this grand old county of ours Now my friends some one may say Why are you asking for an of fice Gentlemen I believe I can answer that in a way tba will meet with your approval fnthe first place have you a Rep b iC 1I it oclrcisl Ef count ti thanIahave according to my age phe who has worked andstrived to keep this grand old Republican party in the front ranks The most of you know that at all times when there was work to do you have always found Hugh right in the midst doing what he could f6r his party Gentlemen I dont believe there is a man in the copety that doubtswhat h have said Another reason why I ask you my fellow Republictibsto sup porfme for this office is this I told you in my announcement t that I wasaoyliarwith the r du ties of this ofhceAmong mold y friends here tonight many remember Well yrfien Iwroiein the Clerks office several Years for the lute WmV Fish and J win say tp ypurightf nPw if I thought I was notqualifielfort the office I would not have asked for it But I do know bow totransact the business in coniiection wifcb the Circuit Qpurt CXerJks office Its a migl tyirQ sayrngy thant whem a man b eorp sacandidai6e hasererdoueverythiubthaU e in life and much he hasnt done that wasnt ezactlyri8ht his op ponents as a rule atherit alltp gether rehashifpaity to make th i people believe it and ten times morei ndJiot onJy that there are many things tdnacandid te tlTh he has never done or thought of doing low T know well friends that my oppq nents will probably tell you that I used ta drink WellIwpiitell ourightno r if the do1 brio jeiJi d2J L J f7t t that subject up white talking to you they are telling the truth did but I saw the error and quit suit1greatlY I my self to ever lot drink get me in Us clutches buti did and I used it to excess I can only look back now and see the folly of it all- an I c see how many days of happi ness and pleasure I have lost never to return But by the help of one Who is mightier the us my friends has sparedm so licpuld live tosbowrtheworld that I could be a man and live as a man ougt to live I am only top glad that I can say to you and speak the truth that more thatpwp years ago I freed myself fop the cltclies of drink and now I am proud to know that I can meet my friends and thh people at any time or place and they are glad to see me I kno that I wasted a lot of time dealing with luck little by little I went over board dealing with luck Back in my old days of di spondency I would catch myself thinking maybe T would have better luck some day But at last I found out one thing that in dealing with luck I was only dealing with a lottery So Ii dropped uoId luck and picked up pluck So combining pluck and courage together I can now say for the last two years that X hayo found thatjust what Ineed- ed was plunk I say to you now my friends if anything should happen that I dpnlt get enough votes to elect me to this office you can rest assured of one thing you will always find me holding onto PLU Kand to the nominees of our party G entlemen I am striving nOV togainyour confidence Yes want your cO 1fidanceand the only way for me to get that is to live as a man should live then when you investigate Die and findjbhat J am trying to liv right and find my right then I hate your cdnfir dente Our tnih1sare given us our character v niafce7 ulti vote the powers and harmonize them Wen and they wfll make a noble chFactier Tlid nii nd is the garden the character = iruit The mind is a hite sliefet of papyri the character is the writio we put on iPA good charactfef is a precious thing and firorkoinnaking it is the noble thimgofi oarth pne brave wi taxesistevilandiholdfast to tit yrU YiC OJ1tcter is the standard of iumant progress I say tny friends the maitf thing lam7 striving for is to gain your ccnfl deuce and w11e11tdtrsq hrp yodnever 1 Just tobe pl ip with I would like tpask JOufewq es tions t Idon1kiskthese ue 1 v1 t PQS thrpugh2i3 rmalice wb are your views in regard to tear n onemanndietpolitical of ours Would n t 1- F u feel proudjust to think ifl your good Republican friends would honor y au with two or5 three terms and give you a chanc soupW9n9naside forva while and give some other good Republican a chance I know that you would hate to Vtheagain you surely wouldnt tiforceter you have served us so faithfully and with distinction and honor Why you know that we kindhearted republicans would not treat you in that manner after you being confined so close in your office and working Bard all the time for nearly 12 years Why of course we want you to take a rest My idea about this matter is this Let him go to some goods summer resort or watering Pnfresh air and drink the different mineral waters for a jew months return and rest a few years then run again for office I willsay to you now I know you are going to force me into office an thats I am whardp1omise thIo rto you in as good if Rio in a better condition than I found it Deception my friends is a veryloall times to be just what you are This thing of putting a ver spoon in one roans mout and a wooden one in anothers untinyou are placed in the deceit col umn I believe the people of my county know that I am just at avert day man an all times S1yman the other evening if he were jUstremarked couldathink that Hugh wouldnt drink tw him hasnt he proved to you that he has quit how much long yearsici izens I say this isnt giving a 10o1rforever you catch yourself faIt tinding say some approving wovd in the sane breath Since the best of us have to many infirmi ties to answer for we oughtno petoo severe upon thpse o pthera especiallg when one i making an efforts to regain lost ground Its true Ihada fault that was most difficult for met overcome But thank God I have now proved to you that Jor Continued on 2nd page C w LAND STOIAVDYCI110Yr ONeaI ailPjerchcron horses 3boone sev e teenyear old mare f167 t r timpiilirs 40 per ton5neepg2o prhea corn from 36p t93 oo peKlbar el1arisKeotuokia1h He EayeUe 6unty Piscal 01rfrlirt week pTroPr ate46itpoqfbrhe pu tic roads J- oesiiingyearsis tH three t- the awouutdopatedtathi pxrpo- in Clark cbuntvaidyetwe ha about the bestrpads wPany count countySsir i c and if we had 3000 tp speed our roadsIB reir they won soon be as smooth as a bills table WinchesterpemoGiat C TO KEEP WELL The wholeyearchrough writes Roumtc Use DrJJings New Life Pill They hav e proven mostsatisfactbryl to till USH They tone the system aVd cure billipusnesSj malariaf anU Gkaatasc This is President elect Tafts JaSt week at Augusta prior to bind parturjrnext week foe the can- zorie al rea 4 t7 t B It0D Ii J A n C H Frith is in aysville Ky JIMargie spent a few days iu Louisville this week with her son Edd 1OcveasWm Adams is in Mt ernon on the supervisors board O A Frith was confined to his room all last week tyith rheuma sm C C Cable left Sunday g tor Cuba where he holds a very lucrative position as Asst Superintendent for the Snare Freesh Co Uncle Billie Luncetprd aged 63 and a Miss Slucher aged 17 from Jackson county werr married at the home of Nath Brumraett last Monday The Rev jfe Pike officiating Quiter a1crowd of young folks were royalty entertain ed at the hospitable home of Dr and Mrs WE Gravely lasUFriday ight Victor C TatJ came down from Mt Vernon andrendered some fine music at the mbMr Robert Lee Slater and Miss Eliza Yaker and Thos McRoberts have Westdg eeks here with their relatives and- frienqsMessrs JA Barnettand Jacob Elder began itVery select schoolat the public school building 65werte e many more yet to come in This promises to be one of the best schools we have ever had in our town R C Snyder of Lawrenceburg spent Sa niayaXd Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Hutcheson returnedh oflHaand children left Wednesday morning for Oklahoma They LouislSheltpnWm Franciscois able oe out after a weeks confine went to his rMissspending the week with her aunt Mrs J Wt Tate Yliss Elizabeth TliarPrtiturnedSuutlaY from a two weeks stay in D dfville where she MiisesIIIt seems th at Brodhead has just a gone on the pig Church in town only once a month and three good houses Our Quail corspondent in writing on the subject of Rural Free De livery of the mail seems that he cant think of any advantage to be derived from the service whatever thattfate We wonder when the patrpns sof Ottawa and Qnail Post offices get their mail from train No 22 which arrives in Brodhead at 4riplvm The carrier on this route leaves t Brodhead upon receipt ot wail from train No 23awhtchis due at 1144 a m Now we1 iisee some advantage tp the patrons of this route ifhtheyihad R F D1s they would get their mail as quick J tltfrpm othnTieVie1aQr their register mail peliyefed n Yeir hands riot even vhavrug to goto their bo x safter lt Yesinbey pePvxafedrar tiip supplies from He carrier jrather U1angotbroug mud to the post office Tow tbeon lfis abTa we cet ee rom thg m ntj todi1htvliiaYTS a soo roP tor i star route would have to seek some wvoar we strggest that niPye to the city of Bmdhea dent schQpl under Brof Bstneft an Elder and when the mcomes take the Civil Service Examination dud receive the apppintnjent as wQu1difaHzeyou now get It i m paths e heartily endorse very 0tiftesf by brothrShutt andwish tHeGlt s sore such men who is ever look ing to the improvement of old Rockcastle Qa TOrArse IsIf ek I F GRiFFIN To the Republicans pfRockcastle county Having been requested by many of my friends in all parts fotreircuafter due deliberation to again offer for the position and can sure you that if you nominate and elect me I will conduct the ffie along the same line as heretoore and endeavor in every waApossible to make you a faithful and efficient officer as I have eodeavWed to do under my present and past administrations I feel confiders that with the experien I have hVl in the office and widfa the familiaVky with the records a ad pleadings o file and all orders and judgments p aertainingbetter qualified fontbe position than when I first entered the office and as to whether or not I have made you a faithful and attentiye officer and done my ofhcialwork in a business ikeand satisfactory manner and as to whether or not Ethingto leave to you and to your de cision in the coming primary Should you feel that you are satis fied ritl the people at large i1the county azesaGsfie jh ti3y- sbffictalwor oar a 7tu Jn and that the county and the citizen ship thereof would not be benefited by a change in tne office then I earnestly solicit you support Now in conclusion I wish to express to you my thanks and assurance that I feel very grateful to the people in this county foi past favors and with best wishes for the future and the success of the Republican party I am Yours very respectfully J F GRIFFIN 6SPIRO r Sundays bool at Freedom is progressing nicelyRev C C Metcalfof near Marelburg who has fever we are gladto say is somewhat better at thi- swritingH G Owes bought four Beadof cattle ata reasopable priceWillie EHllingham has ne to Berea tp attend school Henry Owens iir Livingston has been Alextforle past weekMr- Dock 0wens of Brodhead has been visiting relatives at thjs place Burrije Diilingham is improving slowlI1 fromya 5000 Dallas l tllingham visited friends in Pulaski county Saturdays and Sunv day AlarJEie crowd attended the oyster supper at t Alex yells Tuesdayqight andt reported a fipe tim iMrana Mrst Virgil Martin of BrocJhead visited the family of WH6wen aturdavThere odat j also singYngjnejct Sunday i Aj1tEL Gj OUS A THOR S SDATEMENT F Several years I was afflicted With Ridny trouble andjlast winter utithaer se Yd was eight dayis unable to get up without assistance aMy urine ce n triDedatbiCk white sedi meat and same frequently lingjFoley daand finally norfysrSold by Chas C Davis Fire destroyed six garages and between three hundred and four hundred automobiles at Boson INo liveswerelost Thedamage is estimatedat 8obooor L i r t r ju 1iJI1o Established 1887 U G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER 8 DR W J QHILDRESS VPres F L THOMPSON JR Asst TJ R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHUKOM a Attorney W PEOPLES BANK ICAPITAL 2000000 V Conie and see us in our new home and w give us yourbusmess Stag savings account with us and you i will btr surprised to see how rapidly 4t will grow by laying aside such amounts each A weekor month as is not required for busi ness or living expenses no matter how small if Try it for one year at least and be convinced W JK We pay 3 per cent on time deposits of 100 or more when left with the Bank six months or longer n =111491Itll411f1411ti11Ilil1llItltft1ltlittltllfiq111 fAT MM DjKKBT DQ e d t PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS = FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND EMBALMERS 3tMt Vernon Ky 3 i COUCH P ETAtrCCAS1ETS 3 j Coffins and Robes 2LicenedEmool wiw1Uliave charge of that line of 5 E j iiftb comany H E2 O rd e rrwire train ptly tilled Hearse sent to all points AFSJBNtSHm W H KRUECER Phone bz Pt6pt etors A U1UUUU1U1U1HUU1UU1U1UnUU1iUU1U1UHllH11U1U1UU1 II 6 The J Old ReliabiiMo- st W any DlU5or Patent Medicine r-Lsee advertized in the SIGNAL can be found YO1III THE OLD RELIABLE i Cheapest Drug Store in the county S C 1 J South Side DAVISII1 I MT I I I I tilt I UHOBBTAKBIS If Our line of Couch Caskets IHandIi U t t ftU Orders by Wire Promptly Filled III t rW A COX i I J1houe94S MT VERNON KY uu JIU t J Sf f g Convenience of Nrthe Savings Account i red iMA rateiy Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that areIQ idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination save you Ware always welcome re Why not lend your money to the rl bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts X regulaW you will call at the bank X THEBANK OF MT VERNON- t INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY i 1JIcdRAcOASllJlonABeetbe ALWBo ugJit t1 tC 4 r I fvariii t LJ i V1l XI IIIt r 8Fw 0 = E 1 x1 I 3XfcapC SI 1 1 a I Wally Over for Men These Shoes walk over all They have no equals None as good 35O and 400 American Lady These style more money market r American n L faeSacggacS r 7jj 1 I I jur r c RUBBERS 11 I 111 I If RUBBERSl I U I I r f For Men Women and Children V m 1T J f iif We have only the best To buy them saves you from To buy them from us you mbniyr flJr r C IrN r ri tc t f i We sell thes best Come arid yqttt new Suit from us aixd then sure of the latest and correct styles We buy only best madeup clothing on the and buy them right and sdlthem right Come give us a kwe have the clothing store oftfie towrx V lSi 4 i r KRUEGER SON wPhone S7 Opposite Depot v cOo MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan 22 1909 Publish d every Friday by J EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO THE ladies who danced with Mr Taft at the Atlanta ball say be is very nimble on his feet It is Probable that the ladies took care to be very nimble on there own feet Three hundred and fifty pounds on a dancing slipper with toes in em is not a pleasant experience even if they are presidential pounds THE President it is said is eager ly looking forward to a release from the cares of office Tigers and lions the tsetes fly mosquitoes and canned food are merely forms of relaxation for Mr Roosevelt af ter a Congress like the present one iu session A New York woman is demand ing a divorce on the grpritfd of the thirthteenth amendment which guarantees protection from invol witarv s r itude Here another argument for keeping women out of politics PROP Lowell says that if Mars were inhabited its people would die of thirst Now how do the scientists know that Mars has gone dry REPUBLICANS Continued from 1st page the past two years I have lived as a man ought to live Again my friends he who is the first to condemn will be often the last to forgive I dont matte this statement to you just to hear t1 t my self talk its the truth and nothing else I mean what Ifsay I did not quit to get an affice I quit because I saw exactly where I stood with and the people to judge thereof I make no excuses for past errors for reasons not necessary to mention at this time You remember that President Roose velt told the people that he would not accept a third time he said No I will not run again ire others that want to be president and as I hate tried to make you a faithful officer I now step aside to let some other good republican have a chance Now gentlemen speaking of the present circuitcleak Mr Griffin he has made a Ibthrow not a hint or a remark that he has not done his duty faithfully and well But say that at the primary when he was nominated for the term lie Is liow filling it was my understanding he promised that if hej was nominated he would not run or ask for another term While he has run the office well there are others many others in our party who can and would dis charge the duties just as well as our friend Mr Griffin And I flatter myself as being one of that number and am making a clean dignified canvass for the nomination which wish to gain by fair means and not by mud slinging misrepresentation or on the faults and frailties of my opponents in the race Remem ber its plain Hugh Miller fighting the battle of life on his own hook asking for its nomination for circuit clerk An aged countryman remarked on the streets of Mt Vernon a few days since Hugh knows how to conduct himself in broadcloth overalls everyone is cheerfully greeted I no matter what maybhave on this has been my ex perence with Hngh long before he became a candidate Such remarks are encouraging Near ly everyone knows I am simply one of the plain people and without frills or furbilows while of course its no draw back to me because I mowhowtom4letall comers from the drawing room to the cabin of the two I prefer the cabin for from the cabin springs the greatest hospitality lionastYand integrity and all around good fellowship and humanity the bone and sinew and the life of our country as proven by the life history of Abraham Lincoln and hundreds of other great mull I want to meet every republican voter of Kockcastle county between now and the primary election for nominating the candidates for the county office and talk the matter over with them and try to convince them that Hugh is the man to nominate fog Circuit Court Clerk My friends one does not like dragging domestic and family affairs into a race and I greatly regret to learn through my friends that some one I dont know whether it started from one of the candidates for the office in speaking of my can didacy remarked that they hard ly the paople would nominate and elect a candidate who had deserted his family Now as to that charge I ask any and every one to inquire of the cashier of the Peoples Bank Chas C Davis Druggist J M Miller merchant J Fish mer chant Mrs Ina Miller County court clerk DA G Loivell and many others as to what I am doing toward the raising support and educating my children I would be glad if you would ask Annie Mae Louis and Jennie Morrow the three oldest of my sweet little children what their Father does for them and thereby ascertain the falsity of the charge of desertion of family There is ample time between now and primary election for all to turn the truth And like the late lamented Presidents Cleve land when a base charge waS brought against hinl a canvass when asked about it said tell the truth I dont yeti x the truth Truth is mighty and will prevail Naw friendsVwneii they can tv spang someihinip else and bfrmw ia talk i fco tt family dotttitrlgeieratflica3c It makes me think of Mr Tafts race when they pulled him this way and jammed him that way they finely jumped on tobio religionSo friends what I have paid above will be argument through this campaign I will- Fayxight now if elected to this i a Shoes have more comfort more and wear for less than any other shoe on the s 3OO and 35OWe have a pair of Lady Shoes in oor show window that are wOJtlit20 We do not want to sell this shoe but come in andask to set them rr L sickness saves buy you art the market V i myself that I thought durmC office under no circumstances AwillTallotiv Spoffice or used in my presenceI Plain talk is at all easiest understood You all remember that old and true saying A burnt child dreads the fire I UQW thank you for your kind attention I am your friend HUGH MILLER William H Taft in an address to negroes at the calored Y M C raceIthem elves to solve and that they could it by becoming industrious citizens and making themselves n dispensable in the communities n which they live Consumiioois disease it is thought to bein thefaeginning It can always be stoppedin- the beginning The trouble is you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe ittilll you are forced to Then it is dangerous Pont be afraid but attend to it quickYou can do it yourself and at home Taker SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod Liver OiIlJld live ewe fully every Wi- Th Y ts wood doctrine what ever may hinkor told and ifdeeded will avellfe Sad thk rfvfcrtJSwcnt46 ethcr wUh nane- efpaelUlA which it aeeean your address and few ceaU to cover pestafls and we wM send Vega GaUKWecIIC Scair pd stt rEVto rrtitresnoel 3 es3a ilf A CtS f- DEeORATING WALl A E1tING ETC- LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our woxl is guaranteed iWA CABSONi Mt VernonKy s i COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCATTLE CIRCUIT COURT James Proctor Admr of Gv A Proctor decdPlaintiff- Vs Com Sale Jones Fish cDefendantsB- yvirture of a judgment and ori derof sale of the Kockcastle Cir cuit Court rendered at the Decem ber term ther of 1908 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Curt house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the ighest and best bid der at public auction on the 25th day of January 1909 between the hours of 9 a m and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on credit of six months the following described property to wit A certain tract of land lyingand being in the County ot Rockcastle State of Kentucky on the waters of Roundstone Greek and bounded as follows Beginning on a chest nut in Richard Proctors line thence N W a straight line to a large rock thence west with said rock on south side of IH Dooleys line now obert Legeers line thence S W with said Dooleys or lineto a corner of Dooley or Legeres4jne in line of J W Riddle then S E with said J W Riddles line where a corner was made a i stone with two dog wood poplar hickory and beech pointers the ice south 5 poles W 10 poleswitlfRiddtes line to a coy ner of Soloman Griffins a gum dogwood and black oak thenct with said liqeoS E to Richard K Proctors in the said J wRiddle saline thence with Rich and K Proctors line UP the ridge north to the beginning and contain ing 40 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execntebond with aD psoved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders must be pre pared to Hsp1ywitb these terms EI Master Corn j Circuit Court u United States Judge Anderson of Chicago Wednesday s t February 23 for beginning the Iretnal of the rebate case against the Stand ard OftXJompftny of Indiana This is the case in which Judge Landis fitie of 292 0000 was reserved vahtw ppahate COurt To prohibit the intermarriage of n foes and whites in Washington Senator Milton of Florida has introduced a biJI in the Senate which provides that any person having oneeighth or store of ne gro blood shall be declared a negro tfi BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING AT Af Hiatts Bargain Store tOune arid see what you can do for jcash or produce Our Winter Line is complete V tKj Our Shoes and Chothing are the bet f A C HIATTL HIATT KENTUCKY t t GRANVILLE OWENS LUNDERTAKERI- t Brodhead y I i THE PERUNA AL ANtC The druggist have already been supplied with the Perunaialmapac for 1909 jn addition to the astronomicafmatter uwf ily furnish ed in almanacs the ar l sQn astrology are very atiractive to most people The mental char acieristics of eachsign are given with faithful accuracy A list of lucky and uulucVy days will be furnished to those who have our almanac free if charge Address The Peruna Co Cplumbusfo CAST0RJAher Infants art Children flw KW You Hare Always oiikt B rSi the f J n- 1j tve f COMPETE LINE Coffins Gsketsri All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone prdepp Promptly Filled x U Ifyov wiii take Foleys Laxative until the bawels become regular ypu will not have ib take purgatives constantly as Foley Orino Lrx ative positively cures chronic constipation and lufgi4h liver easantto take f aia xpsPa elattnau ronp8pwaf imill- ureatiuv aur t 10 ejeelb guig KILLTHc COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS kIngsaNew I FOR ckQUCHe PRIme Iyew tiewe Fns MD Alt 7IMMtANEttM11is 101oz IT I I ts c KJ Y1T M ytii tJl IGi If t QERNt3N KY Jan22190j 11Call Up fio79 wlitn wo otto Communl lth SIGNAL 79 f t t V ColTIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north i 352am 23 south i 120I p m 21 Sputhv I2tg a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOhAL if v J W Rider has been verysidc the 3weekj 3F Col frmJancaster Jones Hiatt is suffering froth a severe abcess in the head t Robert Allen was over from Robinet Monday on business Miss Jalia Reynolds is teaching a subscription 5chool at Maretburg Cashier W L Richards went to Gallatin Monday to close a deal for his farm Mrs CC Williams has been J very sick for the past ten days but better at this time Mrs Anna E Miller has been in Williamsburg several days doing stenographic work Miss Alza Thompson spent sev eral days with her sister Mrs L R Hughes of Stanford Dr M L Myers is taking a special course in dentistry and will be in Mt Vernon only on Satutday and Monday for a few weeks A H Hamlin is in Tennessee where he will probably take another big contract of Ipglng J F Bloomer and family of Atchison Kansas are visiting rela tives and old Rockcastle friends t Dr W A Jones of Wildie who has had typhoid fever for a few weeks is almost able to be out f again Mesdames D N Williams and Wednesdayfrom and Somerset Mrs Matt Lawrence who has been spending several weeks in the country has returned and is with her sister Mrs James Maret Mrs P Benton and daurhter Miss Willie spent two days this week with Dr Benton who is taking treatment for rheumatism t r at Crab Orchard Springs LOCAL f The infant baby of Mr and Mrs Elza LangforH is dead Wm Arnold Jr bought of Tom McClure a horse for SOPO tfarkofltivingstou The latest styles in Hats for Men and Boys can always be found at FishsIComplete stock of the Syracuse Chilled plows and repairs at Fishs Mt Vernon i H P Dalton of Wildie sold to L T Stewart a pair of young mules for 220o0- Bigstock of Ball Band Heavy Rubbers the kind that wear best at reduced prices at Fishs William Owens the hustling RN n merchant boughtend shipped during the year igpg eggs amount ing to 6so5t Atty 0 C Williams was grant ed 4060 in the Turner damage suit at Williamsburg rI1urner lostliiB leg by a railroad IWAWrnDIA girl to 40 light housework For further par ticjlars address R L BRITTOIT Mt Vernon Ky WAJTib White oak and hick prjrtinDer delivered at Mt Vernon For pricessee L T WELCH Agent Turner Day Wools worth Han die Co The young men of the Mt Ver non BaBe Ball Club will present sometime next month the Big 4 act Comedy Drama entitled Breaking His Bonds written by Horace C Dale This play will be given in Feb at the Court House for the benefit of the Base Ball Club at this place The boys made a good record last year and expect to wake things T y intersting for the teams of the neighborinj towns in the future t joi t 7 wtightunderwearlljfr t The Willing Workers will meet with Mrs AD Sparks this afternoon v Don t buy your Valentine Post- CardsJ until ousee the Q1esat EhV F tvyilchow iheiv in plen jage i McNew Bros have purchased new saw mill and will set it in the nextJewsdays on G S Griffins farm near Buckeye Geo S Leyjsay Jr sold to J H and A BTpomPsonof Bell cuun ty the Edwards farm one mile youth pf townconsisting of 135 acres for 200000 Jim Mullins the young man whc is injail charged with robbing the LNdepot atWildie irfew nights ago has confessed and implicated Other boys More arrests are to be made immediately I wilfihoTd in my office the last Friday arid Saturday in this month an examination for all those who wish to pasC the Common School Grading course Fee 100- ResptI Yours G M BALLARD Co Supt Jim Mullins a young man of 18 summers was arrested at Wildie Saturday and placed in jail hereon the charge of breaking into the L N depot at that place Friday night and securing some tobacco and breaking a whiskey jug John Hansel was found dead on the L NJracks at Pine Hill by a small boy about 10 a m Mon day Mr Hansel has been a sufferer from heart trouble for some time and this is supposed to be theca Ageyabo1tsl ji We understand Mt Vernon is soon to have awdd e viiw AS what ages it applies we are toIinformed but from the which comes fSm some of hotels it seems that it would be proper to make it apply to some of the older set who call themselves oung men but fall far short of conducting themselves in such a manner Mr Henry Morgan Sowder of Derby Iowa was here1astweek to have a monument erected to grave of his father Emanuel Sowder whose remains rest in the Mt Pleasant grave yard near the Pulaski line Mr Sowder is now 79 years old and removed from Pulaski county to the west in 1875 Mr Sowders father was in the war of 1812 and did active service Mt Vernon promises to be one of the busiestitowns in the state next season We already know of about 4600000 worth of improvements that is read to start as soon as spring opens and this is by no means al1as there are a dozen or more who are thinking seriously ot buying lots either in the Sparks Davis addition or the Asher and Noe addition and building this year Mt Vernonr has taken on a new life and the spirit of improvement started more than two years ago has not subsided in the least but if any thing has taken on new life With the splendid educational facilities we are to have the Brown Memo rial already here and one of the best schools of its kind in the state and County High Schoolwhich will be ready to open by next Sept in a handsome two story brick structure located in one of the most desirable places in the town why should not Mt Vernon4 grgYlandi wty should others not se homes iiLour mdst In ad ditjou t ourhe Is what else do ie have Twefve orJ fifteen as good stores as ciIibe found any where two good hotels flouring mill the products of which are un- ecelledby any mill two banks which are second to none three churches two splendid livery stables large lime industry plain ingfrnill rock crusher only a short distance from corporate limit which i1hemploynext season from 100 to i5o men three branches of the Masonic lodge Blue Lodge Chap ter and council I 00 F todge Lady Maccabees Knights of the Maccabees Modern Woodmen of America all in a flourishing con dition with an Eastern Star lodge soon to be organized AcCording to its population Mt Vernon has more masonsand we might add so eof the brightest than any town in the state and last but not least peopled by as good citizel1sbipas dwells upon Gods green earthy v J W M Frenchs niotberanlawt ofnear Livingston is dead A B Furnish bought of John Cummins what is known as the James Rickles property oh West Main Mrs James Chaney died yesterday at her home in the southern part of the county aftera prolonged illness of several mouth Mrs Harriatt Hilton andwidovv of the late Francis Curtis was adjudged insane Wednesday and ordered sent to the Lexington asylum A convention of Bible students for the purpose of pushing the adult Bible class movement in Kentucky will be held in Louis ville February 11 and I2 FoR SALE If you are Ipoking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run nil 4in rv over 1 have one that I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R H LEWIS CORRECTION We stated in onr last issue that E B Brown would build a large livery stable on his Jot on Old Main street The stable will be built on lot backof depot We call attention to the an nouncement of H L Smith as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the Repudlican primary Henry as he is familiary called is one of Rpckcastles most successful and best business men and one of the county sjnpst upright citizens Everyone who knows Henry knows him to bea gentleman HALF INTEREST sA H Ham tin has purchasedof H H Beaty a one half interest in the Mt Ver non Roller Mills and will at once increase the capacity of the mill B atyHamlin the style t f the new firm are both splendid business men and will no doubt make a sun cess which we certainly hope to see Such an enterprise will mean much to the county For the next few months the mill will be in operation only a small part of the time but by the time new wheat is in every thing will be in readiness to start without any stop Here is wishing them all the hopetoJ 1 Clbrance Sale Ofv 1 j vider Clothing J therOvercoats as follows 2000riND J8 GOODS REDUCED TO J500 1650 AND J5 u u II it J200 1350 AND 1250 II II j4 1000 10001i j ll Apf4 700 700 AND 750 II ll U 500 r Xf 4 ci These Prices are made to clear out our heavy clothing yj and eddy garrrient isan honest bargain li r MO GOODS CHARGED AT THESEj i PRICES 9 G j1 j i 0 f MT VmINONSLmAING CLQTHIEI PHONE 77 r BROWN MEMORIAL SCHQOt The Literary Society held its election last week with the follow ing results John Fish Pres Louanna Whitehead V Pres Sadie Richards Secy Robert Harry Miller Treas Jesse Fish SargeautatArms7 JohnD Hender sonCriticDr RBoyd Commissioner of the Board is spending some time visiting the Brown Memorial school and other schools in Ken tucky Judith and Leua McCall from Maretburg are at the Dormitory Maude Fleenor has returned from spending the holidays at berhome in Harlan Ky i HIATT Mfss Minnie Hiattwh0 has been sick for the Pastweek is now bettetfSrMrs LhQ Fish is numbered amonftbe sick this week Several boysand girls from this place are attending the Brown Memorial college Ed Smith and his new bride will soot go to house keeping Pur Adams is talking of moving to 111 where he will make his future home Albert Fish Esnier and Logan Towery visited relatives at this place Saturday night and SundayMrs- Martin and granddaughter Miss Sallie Stewart spent Sunday with Mr aid Mrs Richard Early Miss Lillie Smith a student t of- the Brown Memorial spent Saturday night and Sunday jytth home folks Albert Reynolds pf Wildie was calling pn one of our prettiest girls Sunday A C Hiatti the Hiatt merchant is on the sick list this week Rumor savs we will have a wedding soonL C Jones made n flying trip toM Vernon Sat urdayMr and Mrs HC Bow man are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine bovRevBryant filled his regular appointment at Oak Hill Saturday and SundayMiss- Anna Smith of this place entered school at Brodhead Monday Mesdames Cleavie and Alice Bow man of Conway were the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Haute Bow mad Sunday M G Fish bought lf James Gmuch cow for 21 00t jf GRIFFINS MILL Nell Mr Editor for fear youll think a booger has caught me Ill crawl out of the brier patch and give you a few items from this part of the vineyard Joe Brown and Elmer Cummins swapped hogs last Thursday Joe got 300 in cash and 4 days work toboot Trading is the order of the day here now we fellows had rather trade than to plow and haul rock It is useless to try to tell of all the calf trades that has been made but if anybody wants to buy a calf go to John Thompson as he always keeps on hand a good grade regard less of size or colorJ T Hurst bought of Josiah Brown one three year old mare for 14000 Charles Herrin bought of Stephen Steppe one cow and calf price unknownJohnson and Burke are doing a good business with their saw mill which is located at McEount CraigsA line of telephone is being run from M F Craigs to Level GreenMilt Sowder was here during the week looking after a pair ofmulesJohn Bloomer and family of Kansas are visitiiq Mrs Bloomers parents MrZ1ina- Mrs J L Hasty ofthis place also Emmett Hasty and family of Turnerville Kv are visiting rela tives and friends here Joseph Hasty son of J L Hasty who has been located in Kansas for over five years has returned to make this place his home Aunt Catharine Cummins who is now located at her daughters Mrs Mary Cum- mins is dangerously ill and not expected to live but a short time Aunt Margaret Reynolds has been quite sick for some time Uncle John Hurst who has been an invalid fora number of yearn is able to walk around by the assiStance of two walking canes This neighborhood has five widow ers whats the reason we dont have some more weddings Jim Moore of near Brodhead was here last week ocr business It sterns tlstall the candidates for the varidus offices are located at and beyond Mt VernOn Why is it that some g9men froth this side dont arinbvince We would r X i l WATCHOURu SPACE Will have something new to tell you each week CHASC DAVIS like to be represented from this side by one or two good men a- tleastIf we had a few more telephone lines and a R F D mail route in this ieig bprhpod we would live at home ant1 boardd at the same houseMiss f Fannie Thompson opened a term of school at Poplar Grove last Monday Mrs Sarah Wallen is preparing to send her children to the Masonic Home Esmer Cummins who has been confined to his room for tight weeks of Typhoid fever is able to be out again Well Mr Ed if I dont get into the brier patch any more Ill come again soon FOR RENT Store house located in the center pf Livingstpn Ky formerly accupied by Baker Whitehead The business hereto fore has been ro OOP to 15000 per year Tbisisafine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business F further information address J T ADAMS Jail S2t Mt Vernon Ky NOTICE To the taxpayers of Rockcas Je county please look up your taT Yeceiptjmd see if you have one for the pear 1508 and if not it would pay you to settle at once ands save cost of levy and advertisement as lam compelled to male iriy settlement with county R L McFERRON v Sheriff Rockcastie county f COMMISSIOMEttSSAiJE t ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT y PlaintiffsIVirgil Hunt c Defendanfs By virture of a judgmenfand or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December jtegm hereof 1908 I shall proceed to offerfor sae at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day of Jan 1909 between the bona of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock pm being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following described property to wit Located in Rockcastle Counts Kentucky bounded on the noith by the land of George Burton on the east by the lands of John S and James Purcell on the south by the lands of Nannie Hunt and on GeorgeBurtonmore or less and known as the Jesse Dameron tract of land For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ap proved surety bearing interest andhavingjudgment Bidders must be pre termsGRockcastle Circuit Court Acareful WillalwqXskeep BALLARDSSNOW LINIMENTA Positive Cure For SoresSprainsCornsBunions and all Ills SHE KNOWS StanberryusedS owLinimonfcand cantsay enough for it for Hheu matisr and all pains It is the u t useful medicine to havo Li the ho trie Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 Ballad Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO J Sold and Recoir nded by ChasC Davis Many little lives have been saved by Foleys and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough It is the only remedy for 2infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs and childaen like Foleys Honey and Tar Careful mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse substi tutes j Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALEA lot 100 ft front by 370 ifc deep located on south side West Main street joining S H Martins property JAMES T MEADOWS zi25tf MtVernon Ky CURED OF LUNG TROUBLE h pw eleven years since I ads narrowescape from consump leadingbusiness had run downin weight 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and night Finally I began taking Dr Krngs New Discovery and continued this for six months when my cough and lung trouble Were entirely gone and I was reo storrd to my normal weight 175 pounds Thousands ol persons t are healed every year Guaranteed at Cnas C Davis drug store soc andtoo Trial bottle free FOUNDA circle saw For par ticulars address or call ou M SINGLETON Jan i3t Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS of and Manufacturer and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on appliat GEO onI COMIMSjUNEB4 a tUf KOCKCASTIE CIROUITCOURT John Owens Alfred Owens Sara Sowder C C Owens Dora Cummins Della Adams M E Owens Andrew Ovens Rebecca Hysinger Emily Griffin Gal Owens and John Ow Admr of WL Owens lens Plaintiffs Vs Com Sale Alfred Owens Defendant By virture ofa jadgment and or der of sale of the Rockeastle Circui Court rendered at the Dec term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the coust bousein Mt Vernon Rock castle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th day of January igoO between the hours of 9 oclock a ml and4 oclock p in being regular county court day on a credit of six months the fol lowing described property to wit A tract of land bounded on the north by the land ot the Louisville Nashville Railr ad Companys rightofway on the east by the lands of Cal Owens J B Livesay and Joe Roberts on the south by the lands of S D Lewis Giles Whitaker and M E Owens on the west by the land of M E Ow ens and containing about 160 acres And is located in Rockcastle County KyFor the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder must be prepar el to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court HOW TO CURE- CHILBLAINS To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Buckleris Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guarteed for fever sores indolent ulcers piles but ns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25C at Chas C Davis drug store Why Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation- We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these PIUs and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they have had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick 1 went to see her She was down with LaGrlppe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take in a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them again Last winter my husband was taken with pluerisy on both sides and I know he would have died if it hadnt been for the Pills In less than half an hour he was sweating and sleptMRSAustinburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Iud WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Successors Commercial College of Kentucky University LEXINGTON KY EDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGRAPH TYPEWRITING TFLEGPAPHY taught REFERENCE Thousands of successful graduates including 200 in banks 200 officials A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic voting men and women to qualify themselves for a higher and more lucrative field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists of bookkeeping business arithmetic Penmanship commercial law merchandising banning joint stock manufacturing ectures business practice mercantile correspondence- etc SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING 8 TELEGRAPHY ae specialties have special teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with the business course SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 3506 No vacation r Enter now Graduates successful Three rooms for ladies Ladyteachers Over 100 ladies in attendance the past year including the daugbtersof merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Good mesC e open day and night Begin now Fo- rparticulalsaddrsJ 71rrLBUR R+ SMITH1 YiJ7 q QC A1iNOPNJlIDMENTR FOR COUNTY JUDGE Ws ftra authorized to announce G11 BAL ARQ as a candidate for County Judge1 of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Attorney- Ve are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject tothe action of the Republican party Weare authorized to announce FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce VT FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican par ty Wjernre authorized to announce J P NICK LEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party I FOR JAILER We arc authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcaatle 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 CHASIKER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORJ as a candidate fqr Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action v1SWINliORDRockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DAN IEL C PONDER as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce W S 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 candidafe fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFERRON as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend eat of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle comity subjecto the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We areauthorized to announce W H BAKER asa candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the epublican 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 MILLERas a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J F GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rcckcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party SIMPLE REMEDY FGR LAGRIPPE Racking lagrippe coughs that may develop in pneumonia r night are quickly cured py Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and in flamed lungs are healed and strengthed and a dangerous con dition is quickly averted Take only Foleys Honey and Tar in the yel low packageSnld hv Cbas C Davis The trial at Nashville Tenn ot CoL Duncan Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp charged with then u der oif urrner Senator Edward W Cannae began Wed ne day The accused will argue selfdefense There is no case ou record of a ing1intoseated coughs and colds Why take any thing else Sold by Ohas C Davis KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings I New Discovery II FOR cOUCH trial PBICEI AND THROiiAHD J HTIOUILES GUAZLEDATIPOTOZotowtr J t Pi9q4v4 For Fifth Sunday Meeting of iExecl iveBardol the Rockcastle Association to be held with Freedom Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Jan 30 and 319lJ9I J 1 Singing bv Freedom choir 2 Meeting a ed to order by the Chz irman H C Gentry 3 Devotional exerciseRev Tavlor 4 Welcome address by pastor of Freedom church Response Rev L D G oh 5 Discourse Mat 1340 Rev C C Metcalf 6 Discourse ist Cor 315 Rev James Cummins 7 Discourse Mat 2523 31 Rev C C Willson 8 Discourse 1St Cor 152526 JT Stogsdill 9 Discourse Luke 244647 Rev A J Pike 10 A Sabbath school at each church in the AssociationG This subject opeu for general discussion Everv body cordially invited especially the preaching breth ren H C GENTRY G E PAINTER Com W M HURST Secy and Treas IN FIVE MINUTES Take your sour stomachor maybe you call it Indigestion Dy spepsia Gastritis or Catarrhof Stomach it doesnt mattertake your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a 50cent case of Papes Diapepsin and let you eat one 22 grain Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gas tric juice your food is only half digested and you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping in bowels tenderness in the pit of stomach bad taste in mouth constipation pain in limbs sleep lessness belching of gas bilious ness sick headache nervousness dizziness and many other symptoms If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating or jour food lies like a lump oflead on your stomach you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested foodProve to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermenta- tiOn and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or misery Almost instant relief is waitii g for you It is merely a matter of how soon you take a little Diapep sin WISE COUNCI1 FROM THE SOUTH I want to give some valuable ad vice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney Irouble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn I have proved to an abolute cer tainty that Electrc Bitters will pos itisely cure this distressing condition The ffrst bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleas ureto recommond this remedy Sold under guaratee at Chas 0 Davis drug store Pricn 500 ADJOINING COUNTIES The drys won their contest oertheets in Georgetown Friday A local option election was held in that city several mouths ago and the results were very close A contest was entered andthedrysJwon although at the outset it appeared that the wets were the sectors The de cision of the contest board created quite a sensation among the liquor people and the matter will be taken to the highest courts Wiiy FURS IHdeadwol Festhersralloweswax GIoteBC Golde5eiYJowRoctMayAppieWild ciUbCihed ia1856 OTsriIahflIceatuI- 1iaLodvleasdcaac1ebeterforyou thaa geabor BBerAealt ace aay BjbmkiaLwwnfc Writs Jot weeUr m1asIPeiagI Ls l1i221 Mtrket St LtUtSVILLE f 2 I i rt t c J gt r JI BARINf SOVIB HOIJiQQirpS I am ajl unstrung N ver Ret one kind word Oh why did I leave hoiiu leap never open my mouth I am surely loing my mind I am simply worn to thebone Ineurhivea moments peaceI Absolutely no consideration form Yon are driving me to despera tion endurIIancetYou are making my life a hell on earthIgraveIA weaker woman would be driven into a madhouse Oh if the grave would only open and take me in I am on the verge of nervous prostrationF I W in Life vSAVE THIS ANYWAY Here is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on kidney diseases who make the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage ofI Brights disease He states such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painlul and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe Try it Fluid extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtimeA druggist here in town is authority that these in gredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture his a peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the worst form of Rheuma tism in just a little while This mixture is said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription Miss Violet Charlesworth whose disappearance aroused England has been located in Scotland Her family had given out that she w killed in an automobile accident O S ZC EI ABoon theThe Boup SignatureR yI W DYCHE D mNTIS T MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All WOrk Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown arid Bridge JWork a Specialty redhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tpmbstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS DentistAt on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Siturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATIvAW MT VERNON KY ISTOFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churcl street Special fattention giver to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCIRYU- ndertaker Embalmer II Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Order by Telephone atten ed promptly IStiifid C i ii j 1 1l ff1 I r h Ji AL1aRTAJ ProtesDlion1eifaII norNiucraL1i SaYsg o ltl AperfectRemedyforCanjIarI WormsCoiwulsiousFewrts ILeedteFExact io t For and r 1 of j xTC IV our a X Men at 1250 D at 800 8 at 650h 7 at 400 We have only a few of these 1efso come early and jc let us show you how we can save you money xJ Phone 93 E yp w f 1 Go to for c Fresh Pine Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Wheat Evap orat d Pairs Beans Meats of all kinds All goods deliv red in town When you want call 561 i W H+ + + of Mt Vernon 1 iMt tj i jr 1 their sisters and take is a non for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick organs TAIIEI CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theISignature In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA xx3 1lOVERCOATS bargain s1G Overcoats 10U 50- 0he Iat McKENZIE SON JII1 TheNew Store Carmicals Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts Apples 0Figs Raisons Shreadecl JceCreamtTellD BakEdtitefstt3akand groceries Phone cJMICAL GO NextdooftoBank iJernon Kentucky 3cJ3c kthefliICardui Cardui mineral noniritoideatiQg medicine female 1 t11 A J It Will Help You It is a genuine curative jnedfcine that builds pamIBefore taking Cardui Ihadgiienupall hope of getting well I had suffered for 3 Witll Diy left side and was confined to my bed soItook Cardui and now Cardui has about curedmyfemale troubleJ AT iLL DRTJ STORES I