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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tf Fridaynuut letn tl igl1itli VOLUME XXII iSIT VERNON ROCKCASTIE OOUJXTY KYFRI AYJAN29 1909NUMBER 19 i 1 One of Wisconsins MotHer s Mrs Alvina Plamann his his by Who AIwaysKee- psPeruna am ablo lioiiso and appe tite thirteen bottles of Peruna and of Manalin My husband arid are also alwayskeepl you Alvina 1914 Milwaukee Wisconsin TF anyone really wanted to find out whether or not Peruna Is good for the baby who would he naturally ask Some one who never used Peruna Someone who prejudiced against Peruna Some one actuated by selfish motives who is opposing Peruna for the sake of the notoriety Would any rsmWho really wanted to know about Peruna ask any of people Of course not would ask They ask mothers who have raised babies an used Peruna for babies without number They would ask the parent- rho love families and know more about Peruna all the writers in the world Above we give the portrait and testimonial of of tho mothers who has Peruna and who has raised and babies JVo have many more mothers in every state in the Union These mothers give testimonials unsolicited without pay or expectation of pay Their only desireis- point to out to mothers useful a ad reliable family medicine rx33 3 STOCKMBH SAY This is the time of year to give your horses cattle poultry a tonic So call andsee my guaranteed National Breeders Remedies guaranteedV CHAS r DAVIS Leading Druggist I II UNDERTAKER = i jlllIImiluI Beach Hargis ended latest roundup by shoptjd himself iu the foot After subjugating several residences on Creek Friday qe proceeded to return to Jackson shooting at all animate objects on his way He accidentally wound ed himself His wound wasdress ed at the Ihpine of a negro and he was taken to mothers housein Jackson where be is being attended his brother inlaw Dr Hogg Xmpufaflon may be necessary Isnt it about time Senator Bradley was coming put in another com munication saying that Beach is the mos laniblike fellow in all the mountains He should do some thiugto divert the attention of tlie p iblic frdmcthe worthlusmufder0f mt b- I 4fit r i in the House I now to do my work again have a good have used ono children a thousand times for your advieMrs Planmnn Walnut St is sanep these Who they would their times their than professional one used healthy happy such their entirely other a and C Frozen Our line of Couch Caskets isnnexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of 88 the county jjjj = J u u t t I The Supreme Court Monday decided in favor of the Louisville an broughtbypany to compel the L N to deliver carloads of cattle consigned to thestockyards to the Southern railway The decision reverses the AppealsJustices Moody dissented The American battleships Mai arid Mississippi steamed into Havana harbor Monday morning The Maine pointed the way and as she passed Morro Castle began saluting the Cuian flag This salution was rein ned froth tlie ft hadlfTlrulla a jiJ G 1 i i B1LODILEAD- H L Tharp went to St Louis Tuesday ni r iing o accomp ny his rptheriiilavvJ B Bufiier who has been in the hospstal for the past i4inisuheAred heifer calf about 8 months old came to Dr r WE Gravele s about ig days ago This calf has some white spots on head and hidYOwner can get same bv paying for feed Conn Evans is in LOIlJ iile this weeka pleasure trip Mrs Daisy Hunt and two children have weeksIHenry Brooks leltJSalurday pm for Louisville where be will accept a position with the Low Bridge Iron CoThe Christian1 church will be a tiling of beauty when completed and contractor Brooks knows how torn ke it si Mss Jewel Francisco entertained quit a crowd of her young friends last Saturday night 1 W Hutchesou was in Louisville first of last week The Misses Cable of the Glades country have been the guests of Misses Etta and Susie Cable for the past weekLarkin Hicks was in Stanford last weekGeQ M Frith came over from Berea Friday and stayed over until Monday with his parents Mr and Mrs JG Frith 1 G Frith was in Mt Vernon on business MondayA M Hiatt was in Louisville last Saturday where he went to accompan Sherman and Goebel Bowers to the Masonic Widow and Orphans Home N Giles Carttr of Tellico Plains Tenn was here last week to set his brother Dr W k Carter KydandsMrs J Tbos CherryTilden Frith an family have moved to their farn in the country and Mauric FritL has moved into the House which Tilden vacated Senator Jac Lunceford has moved Irorn tbt totone of the houses in The Cherr addi tion on Silver StMr and Mrs Galen Rogers of Cral Orchard spent Sunday here with Mrs Rogers sister Mrs Ellen Mahaffey MISERY IN STOMACH Why not start nowttoday and forever rid yourself of yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a goodeat then take Papes Diapepsin to start the dijestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling like a lump of lea in the stomach or heartburn sic k headache and Dizziness and you food will not ferment and potsot your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 5u cents for a large case atany dru store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in fivt is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomacbe and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation hit o the blood all your food the sam e as a sound healthy stomach woulc do Jt When Diapepsjn works your stomach restsgets itself in order likeIand what you eat r will do you good Stomado you as soon takingDiapepsin that YOU want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion WELLThe H writes L A Bartlett of the Rural Route faminds satisfactorytoneand cure billiousness malaria and J ChCas An increased tobacco acrea countySQme 2 scsrcity of Burley seedIOAsecx rBsere tlsi Yor Iipa lb8j j t l i Q1JAIL Rev John Elder filled his reg ular appointment at Providence Sunday Mrs M Sliedgra ss purchased of Isaac Johnson a cow for 2 25OJohn A Proctor has grippe = Elh f Elder of Preachers ville spent Sunday until Tuesday wish bomeiolks John Scott has pneumonia fever Taco Elder and Will Owens wilt sing at Rose Hill Saturday ight While scanning through the Brodhead items I s more ttariP leased to know that my friend whdsis defending R F D has arisen from lethargy and is again trying to interpret hi dreams and imaginations to the people He seems to be as he e a leavers to tell that he and his colleague Bro Shuts are very much interested irithe welfare of old Rockcastle It is very easy benevoleuceprove it nine timesout of ten he will show more egotism the altruism Ifour brothers who at ourIcounty progress why dont they suggest a logical method for same Suchas macadamized turnpikes then R F D would have its place in the ladder of 5 progress But aj it is they have the cart before the horse for RF D is not possible more than five month s out of the year on our system of roads as they now are and I Kereby chalenge them to prove it other wise If they were called upon i the form of suffrage to dcide whether the proposed R F D route should be a macadamized road or not I venture tbeytwould be on the negative Because local taxation would effect their purseand they kn6wJtv How cic you conscienaoaslYaskfor aid teem Uncle Sam toward cjffprovement of your county wheh here is no signs oTIocafseif help Hurl suppose that Brodhead has began lien improvement judging from my friends article R F D is talked of thirtysix hours out of each day about thirtysix more times than the people think of it out here The civil service course offered in their public school will beyond the least doubt receive a large patronage for R F D aspirations are at present register ing a high degree of temperature with some few whose pecuniary desires are many My friend accuses me of defending star route because my father is the present contractor and I would have to seek other employment Why is be so arduous for R F D Became there is a possibility of his getting some of the salary of the P O in- case a RF D is established dHIGH BRIDGE iooorAccording to an item in a recent issue of the Cincinati Post nigh rivebsoon to be replaced by a modern steel structure Talk of this kind was current some time ago butslate nothing has been said about the matter in the newspapers save the following from the Post The historic Hign Bridge used by the Cincinnati Southern Railroad in crossing the Kentucky river which has been visited each year by thousajds of Cincinna- excursionists ti is to be replaced by modern structure capable of being double tracked and costing approx mately 100000 The fact that the bridge was built by the city ofCincinnati more than a quarter of a century ago when the city built the Southern nas caused it for many years to be an object of interest to many excursionists fLhe new bridge that will repla gfrom3e ht enough for a double track and center pier will support a steel sig nal tower The Southern Construction partment has completed nevi plans and is calling for bids for t work The new bridge will con Of three spans each 300 feet lon g geo1gintoey and Tar have been Taken as tea1ddeepseahdan thing ltlfjft y S91dibY h sei D y i t r SPIRO A very large crowd attended SqndtyRobt f Hansfordvisited the family of J H McKinnev Saturday and Su- ndavB ron Owens of Brodhead while working on the telephone line near Sand Springs fell ann broke his armMisses Maggie and Bessie Hamlin also Mr Gilbert Dailof Mt Vernon were the guests ofMiss Martha McKinney Sunday last- S til Roberts of Lafollette Tenn HsrcKinney went to Garrard county Tuesday on Business G W Brown sold to J M Craig a pair pjfonules for 275Mrs Catherine Cummins died Monday and was laid to rest at Old Freedom burry ing ground Tuesday to await the resurection morn Weep not for her who has gone before bur say CnMelcaif is Still improvingBurgin Lewis and Lee Halcomb of near Mafethurs have gone to St Lcuis to spend the winterVie and Mrs John Scoggins of Bromo visited their sister Mrs George Roberts first of the weekMrs Nannie Vanhonk of Elgin visited her sister Mrs Sophia Owens Monday and Tuesday Next Sun day is the singing at Freedom Every body invited HIATTn v Elder and Owens the singing masters were with the Oak Hill singing class Saturday night Std SundayA M Hiatt of Bipdhed was with home folks Sunday Sundayschool at Oak Hill is progressing nicelyR J Smith attended court at Lancaster Mon ay = M G Fish of this place filled hiss jregula jippointmentjit Rse Hill SundayGeorge Owens begau sawing at Lis will Tuesday Mrs Sudie Fish is improving Ben Griffin and Jesse Fishmade a business trip to Berea Saturday Mrs J J Smith has been sick for the past week M G Fish sold to Raymon Dowell a tract of land containing 21 acres for 30000 Willie and Lloyd Dowell are trending Miss Clyde Lairs subscription school Mrs Cash Hiatt was in Mt Vernon Saturday having dental work doneThe farmers of this section have begun plowing Several attended the party given by Miss Bettie Jones Tuesday night Everyone reported a fine time Hurrah for Hughs pluck BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL There will be an entertainment at the school chapel Friday afternoon February 12 to celebrate the centnaryooare Minerva Pencil and Eliza Griffin from Pine Hill and Bertha Litton therdormitory f v The program for the Literary this afternoon is as follows Song by the school Essays on famous Kentuckians Henry Clay Emma Hatqm Daniel Boone Ray Miller John C Brecken ridge Charlie Gentry Recitation Fred Baker Music Blanche Crawford John Henry Morgan Lincoln Pennington Kentucky Authors Ethel Davis Recitation Virginia Martin Debate Resolve that Government Ownership of Railroads is prefer Sole to Privpte Affirmative Negative L J D Henderson Will Kirby M J Kain John Beaty H E Deatheridge Jesse Fish Essay Kentucky ceJudith McCall Decision of the Judges Mock Election A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS STATEMENT afflictedDe sehen my liconfined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sedi irevuentlyngFoieys Kidney IRemedy and the finchepmal 1 cheerfully recommend Foley Remedyrs i Chas C Davis JJ f r uwrcyWiYfTwV rs M rT T E talsh e f= 18871f r 11ltO l BAKIN6POWDER lbJolutely Pure The Only Baking Powder fromRoyal of Tartar Made from Grapes I A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food C JccU G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER DR W J CHILDRESS VPres F L THOMPSON JR AsJjR R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHURUM ti f PEOPLES BANK g 3f CAPITAL 2000000 iCome and see us in our new home and S give us your business Start a savings account with us and you 1 will be surprised to see how rapidly it will l grow by laying aside such amounts each week ormonthas is not required for busi- nessvf or living expenses no matter how small w Try it for one year at least and be coni Evinced ofIJ100 or morewIeft with the Bank six g months or longer 4 Jcc 4 0 ttjfttttttttttttttiftTtttJJlttttttjtttftttttttttttttttt TlT VERNON DjI3KET DO r a PRACTICAL 3- UNDERTAKERS3 FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND =EMBALMERS Mt Vernon Ky = COUCH MEfALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalm r vill have charge of that line of E work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 I E ABFURWISHW H KRUECER 3 Pnone Proprietors UllUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1Ul1U1U1UU11U1UU1H1U1UUU1U tt The OidR labl1tQd m ITHEu In S C South Side DAVISIIIMT V 30y Convenience of the Savings Account a Many persons keep their money here as a permanent investment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoided iAs an investmentyou can compute the net returns accu savingsai J bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularW you will call at the bank X THE SANK OF M T VBRNON MINCOR O ArED 5 i KENTUCKY A i5v 4 j I t I ftyTr r r i r j 1 uj II j I SHQESIXOflQ IJ Walk Over for Men I These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None as l4 g odt O5Q and 4OO Lady Shoes style other 300 35O p3Spex Q li 1 I I T r r n c x3 RUBBERS ti I I 111 1 11 tft RUBBERS I U ae3 i I I tv I For Meno v lif f IF We have only the best To buy them saves i- r you from sickness To buy them from us saves you money 1i xT 1 tFAL AND WINTER LINE OF rtt Cc i L F Hr i tfiJAl 20 Suits atf15 18 Suits a- tFKRUEGERSON J4J6 Suits at 13 Suits at 10 10 Suits tirii fr pr j Phone S7 Opposite Depot J MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan 29 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application v MEMBER OF L KENJEUCKV PRESS ASS OI TIO It issaid a Cleveland physician has promised the world forty more years of Rockefeller This predict ionof longevity is based upon the facts that first he avoids all worry seond he takes plenty of exercise in theopen air third he never overloads his stomach and always gets up from table hungry Some count years by the amount of en joyment of the things of the earth that may be tacked in a certain period Mr Rockefeller can com maul the seasons and the climates and all the golf links but he can not enjoy the song and dance of life To him there is nothing in the j urneYffrom him is the price of terrapin or canvasback duck It is believed this distinguished man of Q great methods and wealth is about I to divert some of his vast givings of Jiis wealth from the theoretical bennefits of enhanced standards of education to the moire practical thought of the actual care of helpless people of advanced years If that shall be the case there will be somthing for the thousands of writers for the daily press and the magazines duting the coming tour decadesiQconnection with this remarkable character beyond the mere recording of his advice to the young to accumulate and to the old topa pleasantly away som thing beyond the theory that there is3 fair chance in this world for alfbi us if we will onlybe thrifty and wise 1 THE CICERO OF THE MOUN TAINS STANFORD JAIL i From Interior Journal Because of the condition of the Lincoln county jail which is a reproach to civilization I pardon this bogsaid Got Wilson What a foul slander on Mrs Agnes Herrin the widowed jailer of the noblest man that God Almighty ever made I have pass ed many pleasant days in the sunny waifs of that delightfol winter resort At no hotel in the State was I ever kinder or better treated or cheaper or better fed my board being entirely free and regularly brought to my apart ments Coffee meat bread bis cuit potatoes beans turnips eta and the inmates so polite I spoke and treated on fruits and lemonade auditoreerispeaking When reluctantly left the jail which was after being threatened with an ejectment I left 27 sighing voters beiind me Mr Herriu tolet me Inlvisitingown misdemeanors I have been confined in several houses of correction but I have never seen keptjandwinter or as a summer resort better ted That was the reason it was crowded last February I was there The lamented WhenI was a nobleman and his wid w now a Dutchess dowager I hope the gallant governor will take back a thoughtless declaration unsus tained by the facts I have con Sideraole interest in the jail My grand aristocratic kinfolks built onesixth of it and I am entitled to free board there now and then As the Mountain Tigress Cynthia Frye said when they were putting her in the Mt Vernon jail I built that jail and have had no good of it yet I never get in jail only when in law and politics and I shall be in both this year 1 expect to be in jail before the summer campaign is over and in Frankfort when it ends Hoping that justice will be doneto the Princess that presides Queen of the Culinary de partment of the Stanford Hostelry whose mission is a jail I am yours truly v FONTAINE Fox BOB IT NEWS ITEMS Iw S Griffith won out for post master at Benton He was backed by W 0 Bradley Mrs Clara Edmunds a former resident of Trigg county died in Tennesee aged 104 years D J Burr Reeve aged sixty five years a well known tobacco dealer died at Henderson IVi11iam Langdbn the negrowho shot of Police Sessor at Rockport Ind was arrested near OwensboroAllen Ashbrook of Bourbon county has been appointed a mid shipman at the United States Na val Academy The Baptist church at Horse Cave will be torn down in a short time and replaced with a handsome brick structure Qn the same site Lexington Daughters of the Con federacy will give a play The Southern Cross to raise money for the Gen John Morgan monument fund James Stewart and Frank La gear alleged Cumheiland Mountain bandits were capturednear Middlesboro after defying the authorities for years Mrs Ellen Hussey a cripple was sandbagged into insensibility at her home in the suburbs of Hen derson by an unidentified white man who made his escape fiftyIcoarnitted suicide by hanging her self in the smokehouse Constant brooding over her husband s death is assigned the cause Charges of the illegal use of money in the recent Republican State primary were filed against Senator Isaac Stephenson at the meeting of the Wisconsin Senate Tuesday in Madison The State Capitol Commission is considering the bids for furnish lug the new building Three Kentucky firms submitted jointly through the Ford Johnson Company the owest bid Senator Samuel Sells of Wash ingtun county and Representative Walter White oi Rheacounty in troducedin the Tennessee Senate and House Monday coinpasion bills to prohibit tIle soliciting of orders liluorsbt American f These have more comfort more and more wear for less money than any shoe on the market andWe have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are voith 20 tWe do not want to sell this shoe but come in an las to see them f J 12 at8 LIKES Six committies of both blanches of Congressare busy with the work that has fallen to them as a result of the clashes between the President and tbenational legislative body TJJ6 questions arising out of the Newfoundland fisheries dispute will tribunallagreed upon by Secretary Root and the representatives ot Great Britain On an indictment charging him with larceny on September 30 1907 of 145000 from the Borough Bank of Brooklyn William Gow a farmer director of the bank wa placed on trial in the Supreme Courtin Brooklyn Monday The retirement from business of Sidney C Love Co one of the theIwasIannounced Monday The with drawl is attributed to business conditionsPhcide Frigerio and R M Sheffield who were charged with CityjParkj weeks ago were Monday sentenced to serve seven months imprison bj Judge Chretien in the Criminal District Court Each man also was tined 350 much ridicule is heaped on ITto farmer said the of Agriculture at a ban quet of gentleman farmers in Vash ington Alter thunderous applause died down Mr Wilson continued Too many of us take the view of the gentleman farmer that an old friend of mine in Ohie takes Gentleman farmers he grunted one day intmy hearng Everybody knows what a gentleman farmer is impatientlyIOh said my old friend hes a man capable enough to run a farm as it6 should be tun and rich enough to stand the loss d WmpMCream Vermifuge TIE NUJUKTEEI WORM REMEDY TIlE CHILMEW1 FAYOMTE TONI TIZNSTHLfeLNWNIILfItfNLYaY J1 4 swLIt Cs- T tOidli lie The recomendation of the RiverI and Harbefs Congress that the Goverment issue 500000000 in bonds for ittiprovmeht of inland waterways has met with public ac clamation according Ib prominent member of the CongressJThirty da a of the Iriqupis Theater fire iu Chicago have been settled by one of construction companies which a greed to pay 75o for each person lost Should Senator Foraker receive from the Secretary of the Treasury the requested information as to how the emergency fund of 1899 other eXIpendedspeech that may reintroduce J the Brownsville affair This is ofjScott s Emulsion andison eyery bottle ofit sold i in the world which amounts to several millions yearly WfryBecause it has madeIso many sickly children wellgivenhealth many palet anaemic girls and restored to health so iriahy stagesofSend this advertisement together name of iu which it withIyour address and four cents to postage and we wtllsend a Handy Atlas of the World SCOTT BOWNB 409 Pearl St NYf fOLE IIOImYADTAl dh eaJaea1Jg WIS ACarsonf WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK PAPER rr WAYS ONnAND i r rs Our work js gua nt ed W Ai LAI SON Mt Yernousgy L i BARGAINS V IN EVERYTHING AT l C Hiatts Bargain Store ilCome and see what you can do for or produce Our Winter Line is complete- Our Shoes and Chothing are the best AC HIATT t HIATT KENTUCKY GRANVILLE OWENSo 1 UNDERTAKER I Brodhead y I THE FERULA ALMANAC The druggist have already been supplied with the Peruna almanac or 1909 In addition to the astronomical matter usually furnish ed in almanacs the articles on astrology are very attractive to most people The mental char icieristics of each sign are given vith faithful accuracy A list of ucky and unlucky days will be furnished to those who almanac tree if charge Addressi The PeruJ1Co Columbus O CASTORIAFer and Children KM VnHiYlAlwlysBncM flews th- efittts of JI COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled f If yov will take FoleysLaxativev until the bawels ecome regular you will not haveio take purgatives constantly as Foltys Orino Lrx arire positively cures chronic constipation and sluggish liver Pleasant to take oil WI1VPS at2istnau eq1fPNq soy IuIIIdluv sQuw lJ S1nH 2UpnONr KILL THEiAND THE s WITH Dr Kings New Discovuy I FOR c L snIcg1b I ft1MALL TNMATANS LUNSTOISLU GViZAXTUD B-Aos oIE3T nk l L MT VRNON SIGNAL MTYERNPNKy Jan 291909 Ii 79 Call ut No you ttant to SIGNALZ9cats with 7 0 J1 a RR Co TABLEt 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23south i 1201 p m 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone Net 58 Enteredat the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice aa secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss Alza Thompson is visiting friends in Paris Judge S I Lewis spent several days last week in Cbatanooga Mr and Mrs C D Sutton hay moved to their new home at Mul lins station Miss Risse Williams will leave today for a several weeks visit in t BirmingbamAlaMrs spent several days last wee with her husband at Habersham T nn Misses Fannie and Bessie Sparks have entered the Conservatory Music at Cincinnati Miss Joe Davis spent several days jn the country with her friend Miss Margie Parson Tom McClure has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs W F Champ at Paint Lick Miss Genoe yields has returned from a months visit with realtiyes at Lawrenceburg Ky L Tucker Bawling W H Kru and W H Fish were in Stanford a few hours Friday last Mrs S C Davis visited her daughter Mrs Oscar Wallin of Gum Sulphur last week Mr and Mrs J T Fish spent Monday with Mrs Fishs parents J Mr and Mrs Maret Wildie Hon and Mrs Sam Ward were pleasant and welcome visitors to our town Monday and Tuesday George Owens the monument man spent several days this week in Lincoln and Garrard taking ordersWill Casper is critically illat Chatanooga fle is suffering with appendicitis and his recovery is doubtful Kinnrick Alcorn and sister Miss Patty Alcorn were passengers on Tuesdays train in route to Florida on account of the formers t healthMiss Tanna Thompson has re turned to her home near Crab Orchard after spending several weeks with her grandmother Mrs Kitty Poynter W M Biker of Anabel Mo is visiting his father H H Baker and other relatives He will spend about four weeks in Rockcastle before returning to his home LOCAL- WANTEDA girl to do light house work For further par ticulars address R L BRITTON Mt Vernon Ky WANTED White oak and hick ory timber delivered at Mt Vernon For prices see LT WELCH Agent Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co FoR SAISIf you are looking fora good farm at a great bargain ouethat you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Call on m e at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R HLBwrs FOR REND Store house located in the center of Livingston Ky formerly atcupied by Baker Whitehead The business hereto forebas been 10009 toISOOO per year This is afine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business For further information address J T ADAMS Jan 82t Mt Vernon KY NOTICE To the taxpayers of upJone for the year 1908 and ifnpttt would pay you to settle at once advertisementmake my settlement with county rte R L McFsmRON 0 Sheriff Rockcastle county t ty t x v s t y Brown Memorial School has 120 pupils etfr led James Prewett sold to James Pitman a young mule for 15500 Cashier WI L Richards sold his farm ilea fj Glencoe Gallation county for 5500 Wear Red doss shirts and you wear the b stjGet em at J Fishs Clothing and hoe store Syracuse Chilled Plows are the best in the land Ask your neighbor or J FishjMt Vernon Ky Fish has just a few Ladies Coats left and the fownBuy one now and use it next Win ter too and save money There was a good crowd in town Monday County Court day The merchants report a big increase in business Q1C last week Sherman Cbastten and Lee King have bought the Ogg farm and stock of genlral merchandise o- fChasteenn at Disputanta Co Brt st1os d with deal John and Dee Ramsey to build the found ation for their new building The fact that the Ramsey boys are to do the work14m eons that it will be promptly anti correctly done On account of recent change in schedule of tErains carrying U S mails Sunday hours at the Post office will be as follows 8 to 930 a m 1130 to 100 p m 400 to 500 p m30 to 800 p m M J Miller is having the scales moved fro south side of Main street in frot of his place of busi ness on north side A good change and decided improvment Neal and Ben Parrott are doing the work UG Baker has purchased o- fJT Proctcfe a lot just west of Main street beginJat once the erection of building 20 by 80 ft w1ih will be used for furniture and hardware London suffered another bad fire yest rdaythe Stilwell Hotel M E Church Dr Lucas rnsidence and office and the residences of Misses Alexander and Suttles were the buildings going up in flames Property was pretty well covered with insurance t1 Somerset suffered a 40000 loss by fire Wednesday Those suffer inglosses were W DiGbverCo 30000 Wenpv Bros j 5000 Middle Parker 15000 Partially covered by insurance The New tonion botrlwas considerably damaged i We call attention to the an nouncement of James Proctor as a caudidane for Assessor cf Rock castle which appears elsewhere in this issue 4 Mr Proctor is one of- tRcckcastlesc best citizens and it honored with the office would no doubt make au efficient officer FARM FOR SALELt cated near Maretburg Ky containing too acres more or less with good dwelling house and out buildings 5 acres in orchard 15 ores in grass 8 acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation andas good water as there is in the country C C MKTCAIF Jan ttf William IJ Thomas the post master at Pine Hill Rockcastle county who was alleged to be short in his funds to the amount of 217 and who absconded after a warrent was issued for his arrest was arrested at Coal Creek Tenn yesterday aud brought here and lodged in jail today where he was gi vetian examining trial before United States Commissioner George C Moore He entered a plea of guilty and was held over under a bgb d5oo to the United States District Court London Special to Courier Journal RAW FURSPROFITS FOR COUNTRY BOYS This is the time of the year when the average country boy not only gets a great amount pf sport and pleasure out of fur trapping but considerable pocket money Raw furs jn recent years have brought remarkable good prices Fashion Ijas ordained that every lady must wear furs consequently the demand has increased Prices of furs are higher than they were last season M SABEL SONS LOUISVILLE KY make a specialty of RAW FU14S and a visit to their fur rooms is an inter esting sight for here can be found Furs from every section of the United States They receive ship ments from all over the country in answer to their weekly price list which they issue every Friday This price list is furnished1 tbe shipper upon ppUatioDo r f WE GIVE ONE OF THESE KNIVES WITH MEN s 4 and i0 Shoes Sparks Davis have sold sever al lots in their addition Dont censure otters for dong what you would doS ourself under the same circumstances covrty Ms Sam Bryant has been quite ill for several days Jones Proctor wai visitibg rela lives at Mt Vernon Saturday and SundayiRev R E Bell will preach here next Sunday A M C L Ridrfell wasj at home from Hazel Patch Sunday Mrs S T Bryant is visiting relatives at Covington Quite a number frOm tbis section attended court at Mt Vernon MondayD Langford aold to E S Owens a house and lot at Orlando paicp paid 100 Jesee Agee returned to his home at Hamilton Ohio after a visit to relatives here Miss Nannie Aldridge of Mt Vernon was the guest of her sis ter Mrs Reed Proctor the first of the week Mrs Lee Proctor of Orlando who has been very sick with fever is improvingMrs Rickles of Mt Vernon is visiting the family of W H ProctorGeorge Bryant has moved to J B Owens farm near Orlando The young fplks report a fine time at the reception given by Mr and MrS Edd Livesay last Saturday evening al fYes verily girls are of few days and full of mischief and whoso ever is disceived thereby is not wise When the fair one cheweth her gum with much bate and stampeth her foot then beware She cometh forth in the evening with low neck and short sleeves but she lieth in bed in the morn ing while her mother hustleeth She eateth all winter the young mans oysters and partaketh with glee of his sleigh rides and when spring cometh she winketh her eye and goeth with a new b- eauIBiDi f r ir Go r i c IiVf r c L Clearance Sale Of Winter Clothing We have reduced the prices of the remainder of our Winter Suits and Overcoats as follows 2000 AND J8 GOODS REDUCED TO V V- J500 1650 AND J5II II Ii f 1200 1350 AND J250 II c 11 IiJOOOr jooo JI Sl f5U 700 700 AND 750II II = II 500 These Prices are made to clear out our heavy clothing andevcr garment is an honest bargain NO GOODS CHARGED AT THESE PRICES v1 S cT SffOfSARJE MT YEIZKOPI5dEADIN 6 CLQTHlrsra PHONE 77 i r r UNIFRIDAYIUCKyOR On Friday Augnst 21 1492 Christopher Columbus sailed on his great voyage of discovery On Friday October 12 192 he first discovered land On Friday Jan uary 4 1493 he sailed on his re turn to Spain which if he had not reached in safety the happy result would never have been known which led to the settlement of this vast continent On Friday March 15 1493 he arrived at Palos in safety On Friday November 21 1493 he arrived 1tt Hispaniola on his second voyage to America On Friday June 313 1494 he though unknown to himself discovered the continent of America It was on Friday that Henry vm of England gave to John Cabot bis commission whiled to the discovery ofNorth America Thi is the first America State paper in England On Friday September 7 1565 Melend founded St Augustine the oldest town in the United States by more than forty years On Friday November 10 1620 the Mayflower with the Pilgrims made the harbor of Provincetown and 01the same day they signed tha august com pact tne forerunner of our present glorious Constitution On Friday December 22 1620 the Pilgrims made their final landing at Ply mouth Rock On Friday Febu ary 22 George Washington the wasbornBunker Hill was seized and fortified On Friday October 7 1777 the surrender of Saratoga was made which had such powerand influence in inducing France to declare for our cause On Friday October 19 1781 the surrender of Yorktownj the crowning glory of the American arms occurred On Friday July 7 1776 the motion in Congress was made by John Adams seconded by Richard Henry Lee that the United States colonies were and of right ought to be free and indepen dent POINTED PARAGRAPH Mother toungue frequently runs to baby talk A short answer is often followed by a long silence 1 Its a pity fat people cant moult once in awhile like birds One cannot always get inside in formation from a middleman It is easy for the man in the up holstered rocker to stand pat The young widow begins to talk about her late husband early in lifeA womanseves never grow to dim to detect the paint on another womans face x You cannot tell much about a women by the things that appeal to her sene ol humor If a man is devoted to his wife the neighbors say he is soft arid If he isnt they say hes a brute You will never be able to get up in the world by throwing stones at men who have reached the top Our deepest sympathy is with the man of a few words married to a woman who does a continuous monologue stunt A dispatch from Lexington says Whether the Hurley tobacco grow ers forma pool or not this year the largest crop of tobacco ever grown in Central Kcntucky will undoubtly be planted and the warehouses of this city are begin ning to make arrangements for handling at the auction sales next fall more toh ICCO than they have in any previous year Shelhurne Sons will add anextenslon 70 by 220 feet to their present warehouse and will begin the work in a few weeks The Growers Warehouse will build an additional story and the Burley and Gentry warehouses will also enlarge their capacity so that the warehouses ot this city will be able next taU to han Iro000 lbs of tobacco a day o reported that J C Dixon of Mul lintSo C will build a new ware use in this city this coming 3ummet Fox SALR Thirteen head corning two year old mules Will sell separately or by pairs HXNRY CATRON RFD No i Stanford Ky i 4E HON B J BETHURUM Whose announcement as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the aStbl Judicial District of Kentucky appears elsewhere in this issue Mr Bethurum who is now Commonwealths Attorney is a lawyer of marked ability and bas made a reputation as such before and daring his incumbency in office He is a strong advocate and a vigorous prosecutor While yet a comparative young man he has been engaged in the legal profession almost since the day he reached his maturity and from young manhood has always taken an active interest in politics rendering valuable service to the Republican party and in the late campaign waged battle for the Republican ticket with telling effect in every county in this District In theyear 1899 he was elected Representative from the 7otb Legislative District composed of Laurel and Rock astle counties and served as a member of the General Assembly during the troubled times originating out of the contest between Goebel and Taylor over the Governorship of Kentucky In the debates incident to the contest he showad force of character and leadership that when the Legislature adjourned to meet at London he was unanimously chosen Speaker protein of that body Three years ago he moved to Somerset Pulaski county and formed a partnership for the purpose of practicing law with Hon J N Sharp and Judge J S Ccoper He at once tcok front rank at the Pulaski bar and is recognized as one of its ablest members He acted fortwa years as Commonwealths Attorney pro tern and until the lesigsario Commonwealths Attorney IN Sharp when he was appointed by Gov Augustus E Wilson to fill the vacancy which was to be fitted ut the general election in 1908 For the short term of this office he was nominated by his party without opposition and defeated his Demo majorityleadingThe friends of Mr oethurum iuthis county who have watched his career personally and professionally are delighted fohavc the opportunity of supporting him for the position of Circuit Judge which poition he is well qualified to fill They commend hip ofabilitYJI e df r Baby won cry if I you gFve SYRUP I1S1tnt- IOREtiOUND Pleasant to take rapid reDults Contains nothing injurious IeURfiS COUGHS COLDS CROUP SORE THROAT IWHOOPING COUGH AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo ray enough fori3allardii Hore hound Syrup It has cured my baby of the croup pnd my children of severe Cough- sI know no better medicine 25c SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS Many little lives have been saved by FoIEs Honey and Tar forrcougbs colds croup and whQbpmg cough It is the only remedy for infants and children as Hicont ins no opiates or other narcotic drugs and children like Folevs Honey and Tar Careful mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas C Davis FORSALEA lot zoo ft front by 370 it deep located on goutb sMe WestMain street joining S HvMartiris property V JAMES T MEADOWS Z tC MtVfon Ky to CURED OF LUNG fIt is TROUl1LEj hads narrowescape rom cousump1 tion writes C O Floyd a leading business of Kershaw S C 1 had rundownin weight 135 pounds and coughing was constant both i byda and night Finally I began taking Dr Krngs New Discovery and continued this for six months when my cough and lung Were entirely gone and I was rel storrd to my normal pounds Thousands of personsI are healed every year at CnasCrDavis drug store soc and roo Trial bottle t Mountefenon freeI Monumental r WORKS IManUfacturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofall l inds Estimates furnished onapjilication GEOCWENS Propri L t MAKE IT YOURSELF There is so rauehRheurnatism herein our neighborhood how that the following advice willjbe higliy appreciated by those who suffer Get Irom any god pharmaQv onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces ot Syrup Sarsaparill Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful does after each ipeal and at- bedtime also drink pjenty of gopd water fwIwill fail to find ready relief in ths smple home made mixture and inmost cases a permanent cure is the result This recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimira live tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter andjatrain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not onl Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Ourhome druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take it our readers ask them Jack McElroy reputed to have been 115 years of age diedat Clinton He had lived in Fulton county beyond the memory of any living man HOW TO CURE- CHILBL1NS To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Bucklens Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guarteed for fever sores indolent ulcers piles bums wounds frost bites and skin diseases 250 at Chas C Davis drug store 1 Pain Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any nature weaken the sys tem they area strain upon the nerves Almost instant relief can be obtained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica tion of an attackit will ward it off They are a pleasant little tablet sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk headIof a friend I tried Dr Mijes Anti Pain Pills and the result has been that J have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that follow a continual mental strain They have done for me all that Is claimed for them O L RUSSELL Agt C N W Ry Battle Creek 11 I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for a year now for neuralgia and find there Is nothing like them toIPain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMedical Co Elkhart md IMiles WIl8UR R SMITH BUSINESS CUlLEGE Successors to Commercial College ofKentucky University LEXINGTONt KY tr EDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGRAPH TYPEWRIT INGTFLEGPAPHY taught DEFERENCE Thousands of successful graduates including 200 in banks 200 official jf A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic young meriand women to qualify themselves for a higherand more lucrative field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists of bookkeeping business arithmetic y p nmansbjip commercial law merchandising banning joint stock manufacturing ectures business practice mercantile correspondence etc SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY are specialties have specie teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with the business course SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 3500 No vacation Enter now Graduates successful Three rooms for ladies Lady teachers Over TOO ladies in attendance the past year including tbe daughters of merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Good Vboardlng homes College open day and nightBeginnow For particulars address WILLBURR SMITH tJ t oyKy I V1 VV VV N Vv t t 4NN Ji GJfl E SAAtZ VVV t FOR COUNTY JUDCE we ant authorized to unounce G M BALLAUp as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County sUbjecfo the action of the Republican party f 1 Attorneyj W A HAMMONp as a candidate for fcouhty Attorney of Rockcastle County ubjec to the action of the Republican primary For County Court Clerk Veare authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun bv Court Clerk sbject to the action ot the Republican partyV We are authorized tb fthnbunce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for aCItlODyofWe are authorized to announce W TI FRENCHas a candidate for ounty- Court Clerk of Rockcn Ucctintyubj- cc to time action of the Republican party Ve are authorized to announce VITOR C TATE isa candidate for JCoujitH Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject iy to the action of the Republican jkif We are authorized to announce JFNICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockca tIe County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLJNS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle Countv subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL thelaction We are authorized to announce M v1 SWINFORD as a candidate for jailer of Rockcastle subject to tile action if the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DAN lEIvC PONDER ds caifdiaafe for airer of Rockcastle County subjecttQ the ac tion of the Republican primary IVe are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer ef Rockcrstle Cpuntv subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to ann unceCAR ROLL MARTIN asa candidate fo Jailer of Rockcaslle County subject the ac tion of the Republican party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to 1nlJOUnce J McPERRON as a candidate for SuEeriII tendent of Public Schools of Rockoastle Countysubject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintendent 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 coun ty subjecto the action of time Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for Assess r of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Rep blican party We are nuthorizedtoannouncejAMES PROCTOR as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle countysubject to the ac tion of the Republican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Pri mary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of time 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 Weare authorized to announce J F GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcaslle count subject to the action ofthe Republican party For Circuit Judge 28th Jude DIst We are authorized to announce HON B J BETHURUM asa candidate for Circuit Judge Judicial Iit1leySIMPLE REMEDY FGR LAGRIPPEV Ra king lagrippe coughs that in yevelopin pneumonia night are quickly cured py Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and in flimed lungs are healed aud- strengthed1and a dangerous can- dition is quickly averted Tale only Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package Sold by Chas C Davis Dick Gentry the well known sporting man suffered a stroke of paralysis and is in a critical condi tionk 4 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH fir Kings New Discovery IFOR cOUCHS OLDS TrIM PBICXIJ AND ALLTKOATAIlO LUNa TROUBLES GUAZANTUD SATIS7ACT- OAONIT0 zZruifDIDV s mT S f 1f1 v r if L 1tJ By J Marvin NichoV VrittCIlSIJiCiJiV fortli SIGNAL t ii q Smiling is the best possible s tern ofinesumtg t Sometimes itjis haiit1totellat firmtc1assloemattli Olika first rClfhiu1lSf k Dont gush over ipeoele just stick to them When dignity is not larger than the pnrse lis alriglitV l r if YJm1 can invariably measnre inausgreatnessby his enemies y iMakeJyj3urselfwpr5fi while f justice is the measure of absolute TMafitminas compensation V good an ppinioriof yourself as tIe facts m the case allow I a4jVnl N M an ki nd is that em braces women n v v ecau only f- imonglovers f a hbmeLO a t i yVVMenblush over things they are not ashamed to do T Life is made up of transforna 9 iIinherent in every H- eWhat you dont need is lear at any price At last cb r cteine vtarises a bove its plane of thought Nothing can harm you but your self jforSdinebody has said thafhate was love turned wrong sideoOt- Ones final Judge is ones etff ta I is safer to be a fiirstclass tinker than secondclass philoso pher The ast life alwaj s killsf The sense of being forgotten by tods Trl1ands of modern comercial f i ism are stained with blood Pull is often the tomb of Push Professional politics is the great American game No man is at his best in a fog Ninetynine out ofa hundred make statements Jthey wpulcljnbt dare make to ones face Beware of congested centers where in unspeakable squalor and ignorance there heaps the social dynamiteOne the prime properties of truth IS its resurrectfve power Crush it and it wiUrise again That height reached at the ex pease of anothers downfall can never be permanent We ourselves are to be measured by the Distance we have gone ibfo other destinies tvlanmen ought tb betakn- mba dry dock and avebatiia- cles scraped off Thedifference between many a mans inner and outer lIfe is precisely like the immaculate shirt that covers a filthy hide That was a wise man who set a rattrap in his pocket and caught his wife by the finger The ups and downs are only the bill and the valleys we cross in our quest for happiness Only the truly great can standalone Such ar theynijestic in their solitariuess No man deseryes to rise who 3s nota climber More men are drowned in the WIDe cup tiianJn the cean We need Jess advice on hOvlo get a jobandmore on how to hold one vs Sin is misdirected energy We Buy FURSHides W Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Gcld SeaUYeHow Root May Apple Wild Gutter late We tie dealers e bed ia18S6Ont half century ia aad OB do better for you than or merchants Reference any Bank in LouirvSe Write for pace Hit nd atnppni Ugi JR 3ab I A Ions 2Mt Market St LWISVHLEKY WISE COUNCIl FROM VfgFSQUTU r anti ive some valuable ad vice tu thosewho sutf twith lame back and kidney Irbuble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn II I have proved to an aholute cer tainty thalvElectrc Bitters will pos itively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gaveaie great relief and after taking a few more bottles I w s completely cured so completely b t it becomes a pleas ure to recommpnd this remedy Sold uYider iguarrateeat Chasl G Davis drug store Pric 500 f i c 1i j f r Ifuntb asiih tastar rIgnorance is always suspicions I ls natnr L IDT the boclies of her martyrs the world has stepped to fnedwn Stand vonoiitidon1y the brave can dotiimtVi pieceV If you copy copy from a master Ihn the realm of Iqye to expand means to expend The joy of life isthi the very living of it y iiieciiugjlionset places Every maO journeys toward a tkingdom where he is to be either king or vas alIThe birds that sing the sweetest sotigs build their nests low l Inherited raillionsvsf meimes rb one of his native right to make a liTvingVA great ninny firesVare caused bv tfrjctoiis between a building and insurance policy Au empty carriage drove up to the gateway Harry Thaw and his friends got out- Character is no more than an inwrought ideal with more or less perfection Does a man get his financial rating by the way his wife dresses Just look Thece conics Jones wife Forget the chill and damp of these low lands Hurrv across the valley to the hillsbeyond- Soriie metr are content to eat beeftongue and oxtail soup all their daysjust to make tongue and buckle meet Some folks have such a dread of society that thejr religion is no npretbgin asystei ofrestrained doubrr S1VpsV Iv andIlowest wholesale prices We sell clovergrasses seed oats seedcorn cane seed millet cow peas soja beans peanufs seed potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion sets garden beans garden peas allkinds garden field and flower seeds land plaster and fertilizers Write us for prices arid samples State whatyoUwant r NASHVILLE SEED Co 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn Sparks frolJ1 a pas1ngVlocoinotive- set fire to the fifteenacre hemp field of W C H Woods at Bryant station and the entirecrop 10000 pounds was quickly destroved RWDYOHE DB N T iVMT VERNQN KY Office in the J T AdaIiIs brick AH Work Guaranteed Satisfactory v Crown and Bridgerjiyqrjj a SpecialtyV r rodheadJ JVfarbJe hmJVyy9ic r d BODHEADKV Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence VD B ALBRIGHT Mana- gerMLMYERS Will MT be in and Mondays aOFFICE 4 MT C Work Em1cL1merDeiktst 3treetSpe The Bank of tocollections Phone No 3 C M Und r tcnIiilllete LINE of Gaskmi R IiesVC Orders byTelepholiJ attend pt J st nford Ky 5 ij J C tL rQ IIFItTLTA ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT ge abtePre slmllalmglheFoolfamJRegutaling Ij- Pronotes1gjuEijeer ui OpfuniMophiae norNiuerai NOARCOTW 2I gspiVuftsil IVAmieqf + tsrdsriI WormsConvulsiousYeverlsSS55SP ofiH Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the igna e of In- Use For Over YearsI nil TOk i aMt0G3 BARGAINS Ppitlianoxt thirty clays we are going to offer our OVERCOATS a bargain Mens 1 S Overcoats at 1OV10 at SOO 8 at e 50 h 7 at 500 t e at 4oo We have only a fewof iuese left so come eai1tncl glet us show youliow we can save you money lL Ju McKENZIE E cfe SON W tPhone 93 M- bf j 38 r 3 jIi The New Store Go to Carmicals forV r t 1f1 Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapnuts kPineApples Cb oa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisonsj Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Tell 0 Baked F Beans Beefsteak arid Meats of all kinds AlT goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 56T Wv H CAJRMIGAL CO6 tNext door tb Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky rX lW fo p ltrampsThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop arid think Is it natural Emphati cally and positivelyNO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering tAkE tj1Ft1LJI I 12ICIsuffered9 years writes Mrs Sarah J lbsIkins of CaryEy I had female trouble andvwould nearly cramp to death TVfv back and Side WOUld nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to getj relief But failed and at last began to take Cardui Now I can do my housework with ease and I give fJardui the praise for the health I enjoy Try AT ALL DRUG STORES I