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I l4 i n 11 r t rY tH 71r i FridayiuLUuuht letu jRna VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 12 1909 NUMBER 21 I JUDGE H C KENNEDY To the Republicans of 28th Judicial Disttict I have always been a loval republican firmly believe that my own partys interests were of greater importance than my own I have ever been ready to make all reasonable concessions in order that harmony might prevail For some time I have had ambitions to be your next Common wealths Attorny having made formal announcement to that effect But a rather unfortunate misunderstanding sprang up between the candidates for the Circuit Judgeship each of them being perfectly honest about it I foresaw serious complications and cast about for means to bring ordir out of chaos In order to accomplish that achievement I was willing to forego my ambitions to be Common wealths Attorney notwithstanding had no opposition and in all probability would have had none because it was generally conceded that that position should go to Wayne counly in recognition ot the gallant fight made by the republicans of that county in ever coming and wiping out the old time democratic majority and substituting in its place a splendid republican majority of 500 And this I did freely and voluntarily and at my own suggestion and I now desire to formally withdraw mv candidacy for that office thanking the republicans of the district for the very khjdly manner in which they received it In doing so I ant making a sacrifice of one of the greatest ambitions of my life But I have no regrets I feel that I have done my duty I do it with charity toward all and with malice y i t r1none lean notforesee what the future has in store for me but six years hence if I am alive and still feel inclined to take a part in politics it may be that I shall then ask my party to make me its nominee for Commonwealths Attorney But at the present time I bespeak the partys hearty SUFPort of Hon B J Bethurum for Circuit Judge and of Judge M L Jarvis for Commonwealths Attorney Very Respectfully- H C KENNEDY The Facts About Pe= runa Is Peruna an alcoholic beverage in disguise Is it possible to use Peruna as a substitute for whiskey Do people buy Peruna and use it as a toddy or a bitters or a bracer It would be the easiest thing in the world for any one to demonstrate the falsity ofsuch statements Let any one go to the drug store and purchase a botI tie of Peruna let him undertake to use it as abeverage or take this remedy in doses considerably larger than those prescribed on the bottle Would the result be alcoholic intoxication 1 Nothing ofthe sort let any one try it and see Peruna is a medical compound quite heavily loaded with medicinal ingred ients If taken in doses larger than prescribed it would produce a positive drug effect No one could take it as beverage Ifany one doubts these state meats try it and sea We know that Peruna cannot be used as a bever age that it will not intoxicate that it cannot be used as a substitute for liquors We guarantee that PERUNA CONTAINS NO CHEAP WHISKEY OR ANY OTHER WHISKEY for that matter It contains a small per cent of cologne spirits absolutely essential to dissolve and hold in solution medicinal ingredients but the drugs contained in Peruna prohibit its use as a beverage It would Lethe easiest thing in the world for any one to demonstrate this if they chose to do so Peruna is sold everywhere THE INGREDIENTS ARE PLAINLY RINTED QN EACH BOTTLE It has been said over and over again that chemists have analyzed Peruna and found it to contain only cubebs and- tementw his eJ fgy we challenge any chemist to demonstrate any such sta et an one Whg has even a smattering knowledge oT chemistry purchase a- bottle himewhether or not it is composed of cheap whiskey and cubebs Of course fiuLeLJ js quit of tJi ingredients gf 1gl11Il but there are many other ingred tent It contains b drastic can84ensis corydalis formosa collin onia and at least four otlfer medicinal ingredients To Le sure no chemist could so analyze Peruna as to be able to identify the various medicinal ingredients This is beyond the ability ofany chemist But any ordinary chemist would be able to say that Peruna is heavily loaded with medicinal ingredient of some kind in addition to f s easily Now why cubebsIruns on the took up the crusade against Peruna and denounced it as a cheap beverage were misled Ly statements of the medical profusion Probably they were sincere in their attitude towardi it But now after all thetethingshtve been said and refuted it would seem to be in order for such people fuse a little fain and covmom sense in the rotor Every tune anyone says that Perun frothing but cheap whiskey and cuLeLs he is telling a lie an absolute falsehood Most people intend to speak the truth But the prevalent habit of repeating other peoples statements without investigation as to their truth has led many wellmeaningpeople tc say these false things about Peruna Used according to the directions on the bottle PERUNA IS A SUI AND EPTtTARTR CATARRH REMEDY but like any other good medicine il token in excess of those doses it will produce drug effects very unpleasant to the person who takes it It is therefore up to every honest person to quit making such statements concerning Peruna or acknowledge that he is repeating slanders about which he knows nothing One might just as well say that Castor Oil is an intoxicant peopleVetermajority of people 10iil4 come v easier to t such a statement about Caster Oil ttmn it would be about Peruna cue wlbiakes l loiajthatythatsuch statement are false To saj thatii cheap whiskey and cuLeLs may constitute good material fof ekes om the stage but there is no excuse for any one who pretend te Le tnthM saying over again this Itrepeated hood p LIVINGSTON Our splendid Marshal Henry Burton will hereafter do special work for the LN between Cor bin MtVernon and Richmond He willalso continue as Marshal of Livingston There is talk of bonds being issued by the town to macadamise the streets We certain ly hope it will materialize Living ston can boast of having more con crete side walks than any town of its size in the state and with ma cadamaized streets would have an up to date townS J Kinlev will soon retire from the restaurant business and return to his farm Daniel Southard sold his small house in the w stendto Isom Southard for a good priceThe timber and cross tie interest is be ing conducted on a rather large scale at presentA C Carpenter and W M Hicks shipped out Wednesday twelve car loads of ties and large quantities of hemlock shipped every week to Virgini- apartiesJ T Adams is having his store room recently vacated by R A Whitehead painted and other wise repaired The Sambrook es which amounted to somthing over 20000 has been settled In the division the home place goes to Mrs J H Dickerson and the resi dence near Judge Sambrooks property goes to Mrs SheltonMrs Masden who was formerly Mrs Welch after a visit of several weeks with relatives here has returned to her home at Nashville IllMra- nd Mrs J M Ponder who recent ly left and located at Etawah Tenn have moved to Denver Colo to make their future homeLiv ingston is to soon have anew Ma sonic hallR A Whitehead is comfortably located in the Callow way building with a large stock enjoying a good pataonage Our mills are idle at present but work is expected to start before erv long W R Ballon manager ot the New Livingston Coal Co was down Monday and indicated thau the mines would start pretty soon Mrs Lou Graves is visiting her RAWhitehead7vnsses1i weten Louisville shopping the last of the weekJ M Mink is repairing his property on Main street Uncle John Smith is reported in bad health His many warm friends hope to see him himself again soon and that so valuable a citizen as he may be spared many years yet to come Little Georgia Jenkins has pneumoniaMrs J B Hayes has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Quinn at Faris H L Delph contemplates adding another room to his business house in tbe springOur secret o derv the Masons the Easter star lodge and Juniors are in a Nourishing condition There are six turn around crews out of Livingston nowThere is not but one empt house in town and that is a busi house and tt is under repairs MrsA Whitehead was called to Boyle county on account of t he illness of her Sister- HEXAMETIiYLENETETRAMINE The above is the name ofa German chemical which is one oi the many valuable ingredients oi Foleys Kidney Remedy Red amethylenetetramine is recognized authorIKidney Remedy as soon as you notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady Chas C Davis The British Foreign Office has signified its assent formally to the treaty between the United States and Great Britain signed by Secretary Root and Ambassador Bryce for the arbitration of the Newfoundland fisheries dispute The treaty is now ready for the Senate Ratification by that both is neceisarv before the issues covered by the treaty can Se sub misted to the Hague court CL Kluger the Jeweler ic6 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hard walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared ray complexion cured mv backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business everyday and recommend Foley Kidney remedy to all suffers as it cured me after the doctorsand other remedies had failed Sold by ChasC Davist DUDLEY i Killing rabbits and buying corn is the order of the dayHarrison Reams Jr was visiting relatives in Wildie Saturday and Sunday Charles Dudley spent Sunday with parents in Winchester Singing at Maple Grove conducted by James Frames is having a large attendance Several are learning to sing fineJoe Doan and wife from Or egon are spending few days with relatives in Boones HollerG W Anderson who has been on the sick list for several weeks is im proving C E Dudley is tilling his store fuller every dayThe- V G R Co of this place is look ing for a steady run this year and will begin their new lime kiln short hMr A G Hilton has his new building nearly completed The farmers around here have be gun there plowing and preparing to raise more and better corn than everTlie telegraph wires are so thick in Booties Holler that it is almost impossible to get through Mr J J Reams and Mr L EI Anderson are expecting to return to Cincinnati soon where they will complete there course of telegra phvVWASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP to three doctors was kept i b ed for five weeks Blood poison from- a spiders bite caused large sores to cover his leg The deepII ors failed then Arnica Salveoornpletely redme writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and pies its supreme 2 jc at Chas C Davis FARM FOR SALE located near Maretburg Ky containing 100 acres more or less with good dwelling house and out buildings 5 acres in orchard 15 acies in grass 8 acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation andas good water as there is in the country C C MreTCAI J1I = neI = J Foleys Honey and Tar clears theairpi g SJt J p he ui tat ion in ihe throat sooths the inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and in flamed lungs are healed and strengthened and the cold is ex pelled from the system Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow package Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALEA lot 100 ft frotit by 370 ft deep located on south sHe West Main street joining S H Martins property JAMES T MEADOWS si25tf Mt Vernou Ky ADJOINING COUNTIES The total value ot property in Franklin is 7 448177 JrFive thousand bushels of wheat sold in Versailles at 110 per bushel Kentucky raises onesixth of the tobacco in the world All opposition to MissSallie Ford who seeks the Democratic nomi nation for School Superintendent in Carroll county has withdrawn The dead body of C H Knight a young man was found in the rear of the Phoenix Hotel at Lex ington Mrs Holtsclaw a widow living near Lancaster was burned to death by her dress catching fire from the kitchen stove The extremes in the weatbe recently has been the cause of tLe death by pneumonia of much valuable stock in Boyle county Judge Charles McOonnaghey who is in jail at Newport Ky charged with forging notes on the Monticello Bank while cashier has smallpox Gov Willson pardoned John Conn of Elliott county who was indicted 23 times for selling whiskey He had been fined 365 but took an oath he would be goodThe stockholder in the Big Hill Coal Company who have mines in Lee and Bell counties have sold their holdings to Richmond Louisville and Lexington capitalists The site of the First Christian church Louisville Ky was sold to Jno P Starkes The price was 350000 A largje business build ing will be erected IThe federal court at Richmond Berry Simpson and his sons Jesse and Harvey Reuben West George Stanley Elisha and Oliver Slaven for murder and conspiracy These are the parties wh were in the battle at Stearns when John Mullins was killed Policeman George Aldridge of Danville stooped over toput a shovel of coal in the furnace at the courthouse when his revolver dropped from his pocket and was discharged The bullet passing through his body penetrating his left lung in the vicinity of his heart He walked half a square seeking assistance before collapsing He will die- Rheumatic Pains relieved by use of Dr Miles AntiPain PlUs 25 doses 25 cU p l GRAPES from their most health ful properties give ROYAL its active and ingredient r H 1OYilAIif BakillCfPoJYder It h econpmy to use Royal Baking Powder It eaves laborrhealth andmoney Where the best food is required no other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder iISMi WinterI U BARGAINS I bruary iso February 1OO a arallandprice I HE FU tUJSA1S OUR SODA OT OH COLD IS TILE BEST 1I c 3 C PflVIS Leading Druggist Phone 89 VK jg3 1 W EstablishefJ 1887 Ji c b U G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER DR W J CHILDRESS VPres F L ThOMPSON JR Asst BETHURUMI j ki PEOPLES BANK I iV1 CAPITAL 2000000 f Come and see us in our new home and j give us your business i I Start a savings account with us and you 1 will be surprised to see how rapidly it will grow by laying aside such amounts each j g week or month as is not required for business i or living expenses no matter how smalll Try it for one year at least and be con- vincedw We pay 3 per cent on time deposits ofr 100 or more when left with the Banks months or longer ttl11ltt441fllttt4l4111tftS61t11tt14l1t1411il11tt11I111 1 1 JRT VERNON CASKET DO 1 PRACTICAL 3 J UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS r AND EMBALMERS bg Mt Vernon Ky 2 3EEE Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = E work for the company = = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points = EA B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 Pnone Proprietors S f1 111tl 1111111 11 1111111 1111il1J iilillilll11il111111111tl111 j 1 = S i i The Old Reliable i I Most any Drug or Patent Medicine atIsee advertized in the SIGNAL can be found RELIABLE Drug Store in the county 11Cheapest Side Main Street VERNON KY JQ pcc ae63c tbroro I O 3 f Convenience of the Savings Account iMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent investment ibecause the risk of loaning to individuals is avoided As an investment you can compute the net returns accu savingsIr a a may a or M entire amount atany time With a determination to save you ri are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the J5 bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if W you will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON n INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY r 4 T w r MVTKEOur 1 is unexcelled II Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts oflthe county VVII Orders by Wire Promptly Filled 1mAll WI A1 COXVS MT VERNON KY e a OASTOalA OAJORf VelaeteThriKirk toe llaa Alwsrsu steTIN Kiel Yaeiln- tetjutN i it Pr y j a 7 roXaili i i JJ r s f 0 F rl 1 0 p iY JrS 7 Sh f 1 mM llcfl LS 0 r II I YFJ JE 4 V I X Wa1k Over for Menij TeseShoes walkover all They have no equal None as E 4 good 35O and S4OO American Lady andmore S3OO 35O-We l r I i r r c RUBBERS lit f RUBBERSH J L 3C 3C3l3fc r J i J r I Men Women and Children Ji ft1r We have qnlythe best To buy them saves you from sickness To buy them from us saves you money t FALL WINTER LINE OF ifDAi r L 2 C f L 0 T H I N U 2 t 20 Suits at 15 18 at 14 16 Suits at 13 12 at 10 10 Suits at r r li4r F KRUEGER SON Phone S7 Ooite Ce ot MT VERNON 1F FRtDAY Feb 12 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S F SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising application rates made known on MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION THE electoral vote was form ally counted in Congress Vednes day and berealter there will he no anxiety as to who is to be the next President Meanwhile all of the arrangements for the In auguration are being rapidly push ed to completion and nothing remains unsettled but the weather THE handsomest men in Congress are to be selected for thepers- onal escort of Mr Taftat the ln angural hall and the scramble for theplaces would seem to indicate that Congressmen are just like other people in not seeing themselves aothersseE tbenif A prominent physician advises us to accept the demancls of our appetites and eat what we want Patrons of the free soup kitchen find its followers in the bread line should take notice and act accord ingly A Col logeaducation says Representatives Tawney makes a life more finished But as the last thing most of us desire iR a life finished we presume Mn Tawney 4gsnot approve of college educa 1ro IWESTERH legislators are agita rfuig a reform to decrease the length ofbatpiDs bntfor us let them wear the iatfpiusas long as they like if itfiey wili but shorten the list IfI Ulis t lJ CONGRESS has decided that the only suitable vehicle for Mr Taft is the automobile If they needed any more confirmatory testimony- to reach that decision they should have brought forward the Chinese- o lie3 who used to carry him in a dan chair on their shoulders thru he narrow streets of Canton or the cksha men who dragged hima out Yokahama and Tokio MEMORIAL Those first in their classes this month are Primer Raymond Myers 1st Leonard Jfersifull 2nd Christine Davis 3rd Ralph Powell 4th Risse McFerron 5th Will Thompson 6th Claude Griffin Emma Davis Bryan Perkins 7th Lincoln Pennington 8th Ethel Davis and Ben Griffin 1St H S Bernice Landrum Velma Sqwder John D Henderson and Floyd iJer2n9 H S Blanche Craw lord and Clyde Vatson fThose who have been neither or tardy are Julia FIsh Virginia Martin Lincoln Penning tou Alma Forbes Grant Mullips Fred Baker Christine Davis Della Powell McKinlev Sherman and Leonard Persifull Hazel Mvers Clyde Watson Blanche Crawford Robert Harry Miller Daisy Fish Bernice Landrum John D Hender son Jesse Fish Daisy Thomas Richard Cox Ralph Powell Ruth Landrum Jennie Miller Will Thompson John Landrum Maggie Jones Aubrey Martin Georgia Johnson Rissie McFerron and Emma Davis The program for the entertain ment given this afternoon by the Primary and Intermediate grade is as follows ti Song by school Fag Saluted Recitation Raymond Myers Recitation by Sally Hanks Grace Beaty Margatet Sparks Hazel Myers Verlie Hamlin and Julian Miller Recitation Georgia Johnson Song by Mattie B Sparks Pattie MIller1VillVergil Mullins Reading Ralph Powell Valentine soug by the boys Valentine box and Distribution There will be an open meeting of the Brunonian Society in Brown Memorialchapel Friday evening Feb 2th at 7 oclock All are invited fc i PROGRAM Song Sail On 0 Ship of State Society Ron Call Patrictic Quotations Flag Salute Raise the Flag Essay SocietyI Essay Life of Lincoln Daisy Fish Trio He Who is Noble Blanche Crawford Daisy Fish and Louanna Whitehead Recitation The and Gray Ruth Mullins Oration Abraham Lincoln John D Henderson Song Lincoln Society Declamation Gettyburg Address Jesse Fish reproduction of Story I he President and Toy Shop Mattie Baker Trio The Death of Lincoln Fish Will Kirby H IJobn Debate EI Affirmative Negative J M Beaty R H Miller H E Deatherage rB McKenzie B H Griffin Jones Fish Song Qur Lincoln Girls Chorus Reading Lincoln the Man of the People Velma Sowder My IReportofDeciiomofJudges sIBusiness Song Star Sanglel3anner Society Adjournment r PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT To BE PtNED BV THI STATE LEE OP K YTUcKY PosTMasTERS eere1manesFeb 121909 the Dean of Ken tucky Postmasters Robt R Wood P M at Louisville Ky will on behalf ofihe members of The State League ot Kentucky Postmasters present to President Roosevelt a cane made of wood grown on the historic farm The material for this cane has been in the shop of the Geo Cross Coof Louisville Ky for some time for finishing and polishing and will Jbe gold i9u ted and suitabiy nscribed S 1 7 T rl j r These Shoes have more comforts more style wear for less money than any other shoe on the market andhave a pair of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are woith We do not want to this sjioe but come in and ask to see them J becfcGJcgeacS I r er AND Suits Suits 8 ip i SIGNAL ALBRIGHT BROWN SCHOOL Blue sell JUDGE M L JARVIS Who has withdrawn from tIle nee for Circuit Judge of the 28th Ju dicial district and announces in this issue for Commonwealths Attorney without opposition This is the trademark of Scotts Emqislon andis on everybottlelof it sold jn theworld Whichjaraounts 3 several millions early JViyBecause it lias made so many sickly children wellgivenJlealth ipany pale atiaemjc girls and rtythotsatidpI Cgztsnsip th erWjttiIuicovervoosiageJlete 1has of the World SCOTT JOW3SI 09 Pearl St NY The antiJapanese measures intro duced in the legislatures of Cali tornia and Nevada will be the subject of earnest debate this week j in these States and of seri U iCon sideration in the Executive De partment at Washington There is much uneasiness in Washington as to the outcome in California where the recent action of the Assembly caused something ofa shock This uneasiness may be a doubt as to the exact strength of the statement against the J apan TWhen it was generally t believed that the Presidents in fluence had forestalled radical Action the Assembly passed the school segregation measure Op ponents of the measure did not dare to meet the test ofa secoud vote in the Assembly on Friday of last week and through a dramatic appeal on the part of the Speaker l Secured postponement ofa vote of reconsideration until next Wednesday CJ A S 1 4Beae ta iNar ghl of ctiIh1K pcx GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKERi Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce JUDGE M Iv JARVIS as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Connnon wealths Attorney in the 28th Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party The flood situation in Germany resulting from heavy rains and meltirg snow is still serious Reports of loss of life continue to come from various parts of the country 0 CASTORIAFol The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 4tpe of VHit1 S JreamVermifugejFOR FrCCADGUARANTEE SATISPAOIOB OS MONEY COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled i fv Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds than may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar and it soothes inflamed membranes heals the lungs and expels the cold from the svstem W ACarson WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCKOF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed YoA CARSON Mt VepnppKy Foleys Qrino Laxative cjires constipation and liver trouble and makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino is superior to pills and tablets a it dos not gripe or nauseate Why take anything else Sold by Cnas C Davis Weekly OourierJournaHENRY Is a National ITewspaperj Demo cratic iti1 politics It prints all the news without tear or favqr The regular priceis rqo a year hut you canget the WEEKLY COU RIER JOURNAL and the SIGr NAL both one year FOrI5oif you will give1 or send your or ler to this paperuot to the Courier Journal- DAILY COURIER JOURNAL A YEAR Se4- RSUNDAY COpRlE 0 RNQL jgWecut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write thispaper M Pi 2 = = Mi VERNON SIGNAL h Mr VERNON KY Feb 121909 Z 1 Call rah No you wntto SIGNALZcote with W6 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 orth 352 a m 23 south 1201 p m 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Kntered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice i as secondclass mail natt- erPERSOi1AL 4 Mrs J J Smith is reported very sck Emmit Hansel has gone to fireing Mrs Fannie Adams is visiting iu Louisville The little child of Wade Livesay has brain fever Judge L W Bethurum was in Somerset yesterday Horace Benton made a business J trip to Louisville Monday Mrs Georgia McClure is the guest of Mrs J T Meadows Atty C C Williams is in Lon don attending court this week Mrs John Baker who use to be Miss Mary Brown is reported very sick S B Ramsey has moved to his new home just complted on West MainMrs J W Tate was the guest of Mrs Alice Tate the last of the weekMrs Benton spent most of the week in Crab Orchard with the DoctorIFrank Mullins the London liveryman was down Sunday to see his father Mrs J W Hutchison was the guest of Mr and Mrs M B Salin Monday and Tuesday W P Chaney was in from the Bloss section and reported the roads almost impassable Wilbur Chesnut was in from Or lando yesterday and reported every thing quiet in that section Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins were here for a few days the first of the week visiting relatives Big John Pruitt the biggest hearted fellow in the land is here this week taking up lumber- C S Lyons the Junction City lumber dealer is having several cars of lumber shipped out of this place this week Miss Margie Thompson of South Park arrived Tuesday to visit her brother Earnest Thompson on West Main St Will Ballard came over from Big Hill Monday to enter school and spend the winter with his brother Supt G M Ballard- C A Davis J D Miller James G Davault Wm Sowder and W E Smith L N employes were at home this week for a few hoursG G Sowder of North Salem Ind is visiting relatives and old friends in Rockcastle Mr Sow der left this county when a boy but has made many visits back to the county of his birth Mrs Cleo Brown left yesterday for Hodgenyille where she will be tine guestbf Mr and Mrs JW Reed and attend the Linpoln Cele bration On Monday shg will go to Louisville to spend three weeks buying her spring line of millinery and studying the new designs The writer spent a few hours in Livingston Tuesday and we found Mrs Sue Mullins who never loses hope still confident that the best day yet to come is still in store for that town Mrs Mullins is one of the largest property owners in the town and always takes a great interest in every movement looking to its advancement Being absent from home most of last week we did not learn of the serious injury which our good friend U G Baker sustained until too late for publication He is better now and able to be out aalthough he still feels the bad L effect The injury was on his knee received while unpacking bed springs For two days he was to his room and for several days had to usea crutch His ipjur was a rather serious one to have come about in such aslinple mannerd t i t i T C sr LOUAL t The was thoroughly enjoyed by those who attended 1Reports Iroin the Bromo section are that farmers are preparing to do more farming than usual Read instructions in your tele phone directory and post yourself on the way of handling a phone The depot or railroad station hasnt time to answer all the numerous calls for time and how trains are Ask central In another column of this issue wil be toudd the announcement oI Wade Livesay for Coroner Wade is a good man and will make a good officerFOR SALEOtte saw rig in good repair two circle saws Will sell cheap W F WARREN 2 123t Bromo Ky The buildidg committee respect fully askall who have subscribed to the building fund of the nen church at Buckeye to please pay same at once to the treasurer GEO C FISH Treas New PHONES Meshack Gentry IIIS W Mi Mullins 124 R B MullinsSon 125 Miss M B Williams 104 E B Brown Bro lo9S Logan Sowder 84H Mt Vernon and G C Fish Bucke e W F Warren sold his firm known as the F L Warren place to F F Bullock for 95000 Mr Warren will go to Kansas abou Sept 1st to make his home Wt regret to give up so good a man at Billy Our worthy townsman and contractor Fritz Krueger returned frorr Stanford yesterday morning where he was award on Wednesday thi contract for building Lincolr countys new court house Con tract price 32645 Same to bi completed on or before Dec ist 1909 Mr Nehemiab Bloomer ages about 75 died yesterday morning after an illness lasting since las Sunday of spinal trouble H was taken suddenly with a sever chill and gradually grew wore unti the end came He leaves a widow who is about the same age The burial will take place to da at the Bras burying ground The Eastern Kentucky StaU Normal Ins issued a beautiful wal calendar with two cuts made uj in several colors of the building and grouD9s 01 tne oot7rn calendar shows the entire year at a glance and is very appropriate for school rboui or office A cOl y will be sent free upon request Write to R N Roark President Richmond Ky We understand there is to be i great deal of tobacco raised in our county this year It seems iha Rockcastle farmers might get a slice of the millions that is spent every year for the weed Some few farmers tried it last year anc found it very profitable One farmer Mr Gus Staverson put in about I yz acres and sold the tobacco from that i3acre for 288IIThe following splendid article copied from the Courier Journal was written by our townsman Dr A G Lovell It is sid that an upward tendency marked the asphalt in dustry of the United States last year Experiments made by good roads associations have demon strated that the best country road is a combination of asphalt anc1 macadam A macadam highway with a strip of asphalt in the middlef said to be tle hope of the future the only highway that will stand the heavier loads and the ever increasing automobile traffic Southeastern Kentucky is rich in this road material It consists of strata of fine grain sandstone with bitumen as the cementing materialIn a road of this asphalt sandstone an ordinary macadam ized road is made oflimestone then the asphalt rock may be crushed or broken to the same consistency of the limestone and t used as indicated This top dressing is soon ground into and mixed with the other material becomes elastic is impervious to water and dust will not accumulate on it It is therefore the ideal road for futureAs said in the beginning theastern Kentucky has in exhaustible quantities of this variety of asphaltum and it is destined to become a profitable sourpe of revenue tothe individuals or ppfflpanies who may take the matter up ink business way and b Spryi Jfo s r X= Meshac UeutrV sold histeamof- horsesj j27S to Dr Walker Owens for FOR RJrll ann neat Bred head consisting of lOo acres first class residence and goodoutbuHdj ings Apply to Mrs Elizabeth Lawrences home near Level Green was destroyed by fire Wednesday We understand the contents were hurned also and without any insurance Frank Mnllins was down from London Saturday arid informed us that he and W R McClure had purchased S Fuquas interest in the livery stable at London J T Adams will soon have his new building just hack of his brick store completed which will be occupied by Wade Livesay and Hooth Purcell for restaurant and groceriesCox have most all the material on the ground Jor the ir new building and the Ramsey Bros ire putting in full time laying the oundation Mr Watson and sons f Corbin have the contract for laying the brick Raise tobacco this year and make nosey Use Globe Special Tobacco Grower and make more noney Buy it from JFish Mt Ternon he sells tne best and gives y m the right terms See him W H Carmical of this place nd R B Sams ofPine Hill have xchanged stocks Mr Carmical vill move his family to Pine Kill ud Mr Sams will move here soon fro Saras will occupy the build ng just back of Coxs corner and onduct a first class resturant and grocery Cashier W L Richards has urchased from the Masonic lodge he vacant lot just west ofT Fisb tore and will erect a building on same at once The masonic lodge eserves the right to put on tie econd story which will be thrown n with the second story over Fishs tore and used for a lodge room MORE MAGAZINES Himpton Broadway Magazine- i year Srso1 ictorial Review i year i oo t Pattern 15 McClures i year 150 1I 5 All for 225 J P E DRUMMOND Livingston Ky WllrPltman w o is we nown o baseball enthusiasts this gait fthe State having pitched fcr Condon and other mountain towns has received an offer from the Lex ington team of the Bluegrass League for the coming season and will acept it Billie has good stuff in him and will we feel sure keep pace with the swift Bluegrass Leaguers He is young strong and game to the core Heres hoping he will develop into as fine a ball player as our own famous jimmie Tilford Jones Londou Democrat Call at W H Bakers within U e next 30 days for Bargains Child rens 50 and 6q cent Rubbers at 25 and 35 cents Calicos 534 and 65 cents per yard Mens and Boys Overcoats less than cost Mens all yarn Underwear regular price 2 now 150 Also a line of Shoes of the best brands made goes ai cost Bargains in everything Call and see me if you want to save money but dont forget to bring leash or produce Highest prices paid for produce All that owe me please come ir and settle I owe itand need it and if you owe me you know it u just and this means you if you owe me W H BAKER Langford Ky Under a good likness of that splendid gentleman the London Democrat has this to say of Mr Dave Jackson Mr Jackson whit has been connecteh with the Lou isville Tin and Stove Co for i great many years and is one of tht best known men in Eastern Ken tucky in business as well as in se cret society and church work has been elected president ot the Jackson Manufacturing Co of London This concern was recently incorpo rated with a capital stock of 20 000 and is now engaged in tht manufacture ofa safety pow dar can tor miners which is meet ing with greatfavor in the biggest markets of the country Mr Jackson is devoting his time to placing this very promising article on the encouragedbyas he is familiarly called is one o the most popular salesmen on the road today f g ir 1t1li MAGAZIKSs- L Lodi ome Journal r5o Satu Evening Plst yj far catalog 150IJ p E DRU1U j I f Livingston I I NOTICE RENT Store house located 19 tJ iftir center of Livingston Ky f n ilv aLcupied by Baker 4 itehead The business beretoI ft has been 10 000 to 15000 p year This is a fine location t fny one wanting to go into the m handise business For further in mation address j J T ADAMS 82 Mt VeruooKY I MAGAZINES Pi rial Review i year 100 r J tern 15 Stiess Magazine i year ioo Mc rn Priscilla Fancywork year 5oY I 265 4 A fox jJLivingston Ky j PEASANT OCCASION By far onelf the most pleasant events of tbev4arwas the celebraton last Monfay evening of the second j annirsarY of The Willing Work ersgiven at the hospitable home j of C bier and MrsM B Salin Tie Willing Workers a society of lades of the Christian chuich who Inve not only socialy but fi J nanciilly as well been an indispensable 1 factor in the success of that j churc So successful have been 1 their Efforts that the men have- steppetaside and are follower sin To such societiesf the church will al ways find its greatest help Ccming lunder our own observation we have never found an exception J When it was decided that thet anniversary should be celebrated j in such a manner each member readily agreed to furnish any part of themenu that she might be called upon to furnish and Mrs i 1 B Salin President of the socic jy very graciously threw open the doors of her home for the gather ing Each member bad the privi j lege of inviting one guest The register showed the follawines ent Dr and Mrs A G Lovell Dr and Mrs D B Southard Mr and MrsJ F GriffinMr and Mrs j Vi1 nrrt413 v w Williams Mr and Mrs HTH Beaty Miss Susie Thompson and Mr A B Furnish Miss Innai Tate and Mr J T Bowling i Mesdames W J Sparks R A Sparks Margaret Grimes D N Williams W W Poynfer J W 1 Van Winkle Annie E Miller J W Rider S C Franklin Alice Tate and Cleo Brown and Miss Mat Williams Mrs G M Ballard and 1 Mrs Fannie Adams were absent j The president aud hostess was as sisted in entertaining b v Medames J W Hutchison Cleo Brown and Anna E Miller and Misses Matt Williams and Anna Tate The guest were served by the hostess assisted by Mesdames Lovell Sparks and Grimes Spreadswere laid for forty guests The tables were beautifully dec orated with carnations and ferns Eachand every member had certain duties to perform in pre paring the refreshments and each one most certainly displayed their proficiency in the culinary art After the delightful refreshments attention was then turned to Sapolio which engaged all until the clock was almost ready to an nounce tHe midnight h urwhen the happy assemblage adjourned ieeling happier ail better for having been there j The Willing Workers have done an energetic and worthy work these two years of heir existence and their desire is to become stronger and do ven a greater work in the years o come This notice be incom plete without Wild in the fact that Mrs of Brodhead who w s Mrs Salins guest assisted in ntertaining and added greatly tole enjoyment of the evening Long may The Willing Workers live and continue their grand and glorious work PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS LA G IPPE rippebutcoughstjut thegenuine the yellow pack jge Sold by Cfes C Devis liit 0 TQYL3R MADE Ji CLOTHSAREA TRIFLE EXCLUSIVE fREASON 7 THEREFOR WEAPPEAL 4 1 ONLYIMEN- WHORE TRIFLE ir TAYLOR MODELS AND SAMPLE FABRICS AREi = NOW DISPLAY YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED f v PRICES ARE RIGHT i i t IN ALL THE TIME Ive Been In The ClothI f t ing Business r l r 20 yearsInever offered or knew any tyicbOdy offer such bargains as youtH find here now When you see the Clothes 1200 will buy now youll know why Iam doing y the biggest Clothing business in town today t When You Need R7 P aI AIWTH NG TO WEAR Come to see met Here han fin- dEVERYTHING NEW FROM EVERYWHERE J wU fr Men and Boys to irr Q MT Y RKC1AlS lilNG CLOTNI6R PHONE 77 r J ccccMYourdoctors to Mrs M F Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal troubles in lies an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendictis cure Constipation Headache 25C at Chas C Davis FoR ATnIfyou are looking for a good farm at a bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Call on meat Wildie Ky Jan 22rtf R H LEWIS Iu1 Buy V+i11 IIaat8aJkw leis J r tA yIi MttM i IOUKVHII KYJ l 1I 1 at Ja 8 TO Ar PARTI CULAR ON to you wear great I 2 f i s 1aRGAI Ns ATtI C liatts Bargain Store Come and see what you can do for cash or produce 5 N Our Winter Line complete Our Shoes and Chothing arc the best A C H7ATT HIATT KENTUCKY dwifekeepsup1iedwIr1 BALLARDS S 10JSprains Rheumatism A Pc Corns Bunions and all IHs SHE KNOWS i Stanberryused Snor Linimenfcaria cantcay ough for it for IJhou mat iU and all pains It in tohaveThree Sizes 25c SOc 100 p- 1Balhrd Snow Liniment Co 1- l ST LOUHS MO f Sold and Recommended by Chas C Davis SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT j It seemed to J A Stone a civil w veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and grave to cause his heath I contracted a stubborn cod he writes that developed a cough that struk to me in spite ofall remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely Iuow weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pheuraonia its unrivaled 50c and loo Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Cues C Davis GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take Thenew laxative Does not gripe or Cures nauseateI troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stonK ach liver and bowels Refuse substituted Prico Sold by Cbas CDavis 1100It Mount Vernon MooufflontaI1 WORKS Iianufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments Ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr f C o4K PP y G This dog torrcouicairora SpHngSt Arkansas Almost starved to death and her feet sore and bleeding Semjnole a three time prize winner in tie National Fox Hound Association trials returned here to the home of her owner judge C Floyd after having been lost in the last annual trials at Crab Orchard Ky two months ago The facts of the met dent puts to shade many ot the Roosevelt nature stories IMore than two months ago Sem- aged hound was put in a crate here and sent bv express to participate in national trials Lead ing the pack in the chase of Rey nard she never returned Judge Huff advertised in every weekly paper in that Section of Kentucky offering rewards for his dog Hope was finally abandoned Yesterday she stalked into the yard of her owner completely exhausted She swam the Mississippi and Arka sas rivers in her return That a fox hound shipped by express to such a faraway point should find her way home adds to the interest Everything else but the fact that the hound was last heard of in the Kentucky hills chasing a fox and two months later arrived here al most dead is left for conjecture It could not haye been the scent that directed the return Carrier pigeons had here tofore the exclusive rec ordfor such feats in fact ani cats in fancy The dog is the pedigreed mother of some of the best bound in the Derby trials of the past two years tITHE SECRET OF LONG LIFE A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolonged life and makes it worth living It purifies snriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life andtone to to the entire sYs- tem Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life foi months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Onl Soc at Chas C Da- visSleep Sleep is natures re btiildingperiodwhen the energy used by the brain muscles and organs is re newed If you lose sleep yoxrr system is roTrtJTtJf the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles jSTervirie quiets the irri tated nerves and brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad afteieffects For over two years I suffered un told agonies my friends thought Iwas going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at all I tried different doctors but failed to find relief My head would ache all tho time I was like one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of the question After taking one bottle of Dr Miles Nervino I felt wonderfully changed I am now on rny third bot tIe and am gaining all the Ttline Ican lIe down and sleep like a child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English Jn3 Your druggist sells Dr Miles New ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhartylnd WJUiUR a0 SMITH BUSINESS COLLECt Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University LEXINGTON KY A fEDUCATE FOR SITUATION C BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGR4PHTYPEWRIT ING TFJAPHY taught V REFERENCE Thousands of successful graduates inclndinj 200ill banks 200 officials ly A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic y unf men and women to qualify themselves for a higher and more lucrativ field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists bookkeeping business arithmetic penmanship commercial lawf merchandising bantling joint stock i niauufdcturing lectures business practice mercantile correspondencr etc f SSSHORTHANDTYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY arevSpecialter liave special teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with th business course f SPECIAL COURSE ofmerchanes bookkeeping 3500 N 17 vacation Enter now Graduates successful Three rooms for ladies Lady teactielcs Overioo ladies in attendance the pst yeari includin J tliedapglitersof merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Goo 1biidlng homes College open day and night Begin now Fo particulars address t it WILLBURR SMITH v i Lexington t Jt ri I 1 ti AN1UNJIM1jNT QUNTVaUDCEI G M County Judge of Rock stle County subject the action of the Republican party For County Attorney Ireare authorized to announceW A HAMMOND as a candidate for County subjectI CourtClerkI Coun G oul to of the Republican party We are authorized to announce I ELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub parItyWe areauthorized to announce J P NICELEYas a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action ofthe Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to A YIWethe1actionER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County snbject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DAN IEL C PONDERasa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle 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 CAR ROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer qf Rockcastle Csubject to the ac tion of the Republican party- For8uperlritendent of Schools We arc authorized1 to announce J D McFERRON as a candidate for Superin tendent of Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Re pubUcan 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 eat of Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the R epublican party We are authorized announce JAMES PROCTOR as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Countysub ject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER 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 or the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the actiou of the Republican party For Coroner We are authorized to announce WADE LIVESAY as a candidate for Coroner if Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party forCircuit Judge 28th Judcl Diet i We are authorized to announce HON 3 J BETHURUM as a candidate for Circuit Judge Twentyeighth Judicial District composed of Rockcastle Wayne Pulaski and Clinton counties sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty pORSAiEThirteen head com ing two year old mules Will sel separately or by pairs HENRY CATRON B F D No i Stanford Ky KILL THiCOUCH NI CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew 2BICI I JIAJr 4L- S Tlie little chud or Vabfii1er has scarlet lever Elder pensw- AIL probably tcacn al singing school at Burr Ky in le near future Farmers Teieprfe Co is txtending its line fromie Lick to QuailM E Owens jlr cur respondents i p obbv tia rip to the West in the near Jlure Miss Dude Reynolds who Ik bed an invalid some 15 years onmoi is in a serious conditiooVOl aunt Louisa Reynolds remaiui vet feebleSThere will be yei vices at Pr deuce Sunday conducted by Ri John BlderMr Fount Blooi arid Miss Cora Revuolds ot ni Bee Lick were united in marnal Thursday last at the home of bride The Rev D L Gom officiated In discussing the si jectof Star and R F D systes of mails for some time with wistlul friend who had the portunities that are offered acqu4tIRural route nevertheless he neer availed himself of the p portunitv yet continues to ride is IhobbyR F D without be bridle oi a logical defence He continues to put the cart be re the horse in his arguments so ato have him push instead of puling So is his plea that R F D a a step towards getting better rows Is anyone so void of reason tha he can not understand the natu of people when he associates jrlth them day after day The rjads imptvem poseimprovements pose they were made better simply because the people were grateful for the system of mail and wanted to lessen my burden No that is not the cause they were improved sligltly tor each persons special benefit if the aid came from con tributions if not they were im proved by the citizens labor without pay or thanks Now such is the case should R F D be established before the improvements come because people Are not 8 generous as to vote a iax UpI Miuis lve WK hlaa vi dit ihn ftchj h hot ilicir d sre Whfct wnuldr e are selh tnvl ma MM c mil Vtg uti lIlt bedubcCfii mdiJm h1Idtokot- pr hour My friend eems to think because I brought Uhe dis cusston of mail service down to roads the very object over which m 1i1must be carried that I had abandoned m defense for Star route system of mail his memory must have become bluntEdwhile reading my last article because the lack of good roads has been the chief reason for limit of R F D in many localities and will con tinueTto be so Therefore that is one of my points in defence of Star system that in the mountain counties the Star system will prove to be the betfer For any person that has experienced traveling over had roads know that they can make more speed horseback than in a vehicle of any kind My good friend you are most cordially invited to spend a few days in a by path ramblings over the pro PQsed R F Dafter which you can write frojn your observation instead oi ycjur imaginations as heretofore Bt be very careful avoirduIthan a ton mig it cause an earthquake among t s Possibly it would be more convenient for YOU to visittts Jji1ne of the moderm dirigable balloons and take a birds eye view by an actual ocular demonstation alter which I believe you would be converted and depatt from us1 assuring that so long as you remember your sojourn and the many obs cles appertaining thereto That Ft would be very absurd to furti er defend some fad just in order tc be up with the times and get Isotne of his very best friends irfo some job that would probably suIt in an appeal for sever al ct fits of ciowbars jacks and derricl to be plcedat various points the purpose tit lifting the cozy ail wagon nd1 contents from the miry placn which cau pot e avoided by thj best skilled ped trip The statehba bill admitting Ariz naand JNew Jexico separately to the Union obabljg win be brought up for c siderftipn in jth House tomprovS Jl l Jr f r tb rJJp j jJ v Jt F AI Ii JPioyV d The toot of the fox hound and the yelp of tba fox hoinds ka bout all you con hear on the knobs- in pownm holler Toe winter term of school at Lev Green conducted by D R Ceitry is progressing nicely We are having a good at tendance and asplendid good time Loaffng a d sn w balling is the or der ofthi day at prtseutO B Brown bought ot John M Mul tins a mue for 11500 T I Brown our splendid ste lo raph r has gone to Stanford to work lot R B Mahon CaS steno pher T J Rice onr hustling merchant has resigned his position in the store as clerk and gone to foxhunting I think he prefers fox hunting to clerking We rather have a fox hunters union in Possum Holler now The head of the firm s Price Jones and Cress The farm ersof Possum Holler are preparing for this years corn crop Wheat is- lokingfine owing to the several hard freezes we have had during the past lew days 0 J Mullius our hustling stock man is still buy ing and selling scrub cattle Edd Brown bonght of R L Bray a horse for 11000 he alsos ld to O J Mullins a mule for 105 00 =Billie Warren sold to Frank Bullock his farm tor 900 He contemplates going to Kansas soon The Singing school at Burnetts Chapel is progressing nicely with Mr George Thompson as teacher Rev Godby filled his regular ap pointment at Mt Pleasant Saturday and Sunday It seems like our Broadhead and Quail correspond dent hays been about to lock horns over the Rural free delivery but I think as long as they stay apart there isnt any danger of there Sighting Charley Brown is on the sick list this weekMrs Alice ONeil is numbered among the skk this weekMiss Ora Brown isited her sister Ethel Hatcher Sunday Chirlev Hurst a son of William Hurst who went west some two weeks ago writes be is well pleased with his western home SEEDS We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We seM closer grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peis suj beans ueanufs seed potatoes cahbage plants potato nd tonitto slips onion sets girden itans garden peas all kinds garden field ml flower seeds land plaster nd feiulizcrs Write ut Turp1 m what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn R W DYC- HEDENTIST MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Grown and Bridge Work a Specialty Brodhead Marble Workr ODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist J At Residence on Old MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 guaranteed CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW If MT VERNON KY J OFFICE On acd floor o The of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention giver to collections Phone No 80 JCMcCLRrtcc Embalmer F1I pl tl Main Street Work Bank 1RQbes Orders by Telephone attend r v dpromp j Stanford lYIji fr IkE f JJl11 z ct 1 iidU r flHuI1 IlAVceabkPreparajionfor simulattheFduncgutaI Prom sDiestionCheetfu1 nessandResLContalnsneitiitrj- OpiUhILMofphhl norNiucr- aLNoTNArtcoTIc 8ereofO1dikS1R172Z1TIU7JJ1 Sed AlcSasziiS Ja1tSft- lf1jI 4 JfsmSztd Z5m lion SourStoiuacllJMait itnessaudLOSSOFSLEEP FacShuile signature NEW Exact Copy of Wrapper TAKE CATORIA J 1For Infants and Children 1Always Bears theSSignature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA m 3Mr8e 3 I BARGAINS I QForthe next thirty dywe are going to off r TS at a bargain t Mens i1S Overcoats at 1Jg5 OOrh 7 at he at t We have only a few of these left so come 400Ilet us show you how we can save you money vrf j J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 a k The New Store I Groto Carmicals for v Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked g Beans Beefst ak and Meats fallkipds All goods delivered in town S hen want groceries call Phone 5611 W H CARMICAL Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon entucky 4 cc3c Remarkable StoryThe story of Mrs Iatilda Warwick of Kokomo mas told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wine of Caldui- Mrs Warwick says CARIUI i I It Will Help You I suffered from pains in my head sLoulders limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills ncr uoublesIAt last J Cardu and tjie first bottle rdmIAT ALL P8T08Si