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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lnI 1 p 4 i tirPUblfshedEvery Friday iif LinUUiie nn2 ionllVOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 261909NUMBER 23 IIN WASHINGTON D C0 EVERYBODY KNOWS iHfm i l CAlW n riMMjtw m 1 II find valuable rebuilding system courageousloyal envyNoCamp whose is given below His unique figure and charming personality is well in the streets of the capital city of the United States His word is as good bond His frankness and truthfulness no one has questioned that Read him what ho says concerning Peruna Cto ul write to say that Ihave used Peruna and find it a very remedy for coughs colds and rebuilding of a worn tired system dissipating and eradicating that old tired feel Col William Camp 1740 L St W Washington D C R CHAS BROWN Rogersville Tenn writes I feel it my duty you a few words in praise of your Peruna Ihave tried many differ ent remedies but have found that Pe iia is the greatest tonio on earth and a perfect system builder A friend advised me to take Peruna for indigestion and it cured me ir a short time I was very weak ner Columbus I iruAsU1S Mid Winer1 BARGAINS ebruary February 190- 9U We want every body in the county know where we and to know what sell We located the center of and sell Drugs Drug sundries Sta tionaries Toilet articles of and Oil at a low price THE PUBLIC SAYS OUR SODA I HOT COLD IS BEST CHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist Phone 89 LIV1NUSTOJN Mrs Howell has moved out of the Mullins hotel in one Sam brooks cottages on the hill Mat WoodaU has been taken off this section and gone to London to take that section and moved his family thereBud Anderson has moved the section house across the river recently vacated by Mat Woodall The oyster supper given by the members the Christian church yeas a success and wok in about 33 00 and very body bad a fine time Rou dsu ne aId kocKcc tic liver are out of hanks and logs md ties are runuin by the hundred Miss Annie Laural Taylor of Con wav is the guest of Misses Mattie Chestnut and Bertha Hicks We understand that New Livingston Coal Co has closed the deal with the L N to put col bins across the river and furnish the bound trains with coalViis Pearl Owens and Mr Clyde Clancey were quietly married last Friday night at the brides home The bride is a daughter r of Mrs Annie Owens Miss Pearl is on of the beautiful exchange girls Mrs Susie Mullins is having her porch repaired Harry Ma gee is having his property repaired across the river Wards additions Jim Neal has moved across the river and has a regular job with App Taylor 11 fH tc rft t kj 4Ai4 t i I I Perunavery for of a worn and tired ever or N and vows could sleep butllttle at night but Peruna cured that tired allgone feel ing and made me feel like a new man so I heartily recommend it to all who are weak and down It will givo new life and energy I cannot speak too highly of Peruna and will not forget to recommend itPeruna is manufactured by the Peruna Drug Mfg Co Ohio 190O to are we are on Main St in town we all kinds Paints OR THE rl of in of north hotel in run Several of the people of Livingston were iti Mt Vernon Monda night to see Union Depot Little George Jenkins who was sick we are glad to say is well Miss Carry Mullins of Mullins Station is visiting her uncle Moss Mullins Mrs Allen Mounce and Moss Mullins were called to Mid desboro on account of the death of Mrs Georgia Mounce She used to be Miss Georgia Smith RESOLVES AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said thre doctors to Mrs ME Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe tectal troubles in lies an operation then I used Dr King New Life Yells she writes till prevenAppehdictis Headache 25c at t has C Davis Through an advertisement in newspapers the heirs of PreS GrffiV nexCoifpderrt soldier iarrard CIUtV hafbt tl founrt in West Virginia He was a countyJin grassjlast summer leaving a legacy ofj whoeseen or the surrender at Appomattox The elder brother has been de five years but he left a widow a three children who are now on their way to claim the legacy Press Griffins brother was a poor blacksmith Whoays it does n pay to advertise x To THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNT- haye this day announced as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools and believing that when a man becomes a candidate fer office the voien of whom he asks the limitation should hive anita of the views hanInomination I consider th office to which I aspire as the most im portant office in the county an office which if managed right can be made worth more to the people than any other office What is worth more to the people of any county than the proper training and education of the young people of that county I know that to make trie schools what the state intends them to be must depend on the Superin tendent and to improve the staud ard of the public schools the Supt must be a real live school man a man who has studied the various needs of the schools and at the same time have the energy and ability to work for the betterment of the schools At the present time there is a great wakening all over the state for better or more efficient public schools and in order to bring the new School Law into popular liver will require careful management and a high standard of efficiency acquired only by years of study and experience- I have taught for a longer time than any teacher iu the county and have an experience ot eleven years as a member of the county board of examiners 1 have done a great deal of County Institute work I am the only member ol K EA in this county and feel that my training and experieuce fit me for the place- I promise if given the office to be Superintendent in the rul meaning of the term My motto shall be better schools andsquare deal for everyone and shall devote my entire time to the upbuilding of schools of the county I shall be a friend to each and every teacher and endeavor to make them my friends and by working in hirmony with the patrons seek to steadily improve the schools I know to do this will involve much work and isII am the only teacher of this county who makes a profession of the work I promise that if given a chance to make a Superintendent that knows no pets or favorites seeking only the improvements of the schools I hope to see voters in their homes and give them my views in public between now and the election- I ask at the hands of the voters that they each and every one as due their children themselves the state and also the candidates to study the needs of the schools to weigh carefully the claims of each oYf the by the ability of their thQe subject serious thought then vote the way their judgement tells them and I shall be satisfied with th result Yours for better schools W R DICKERSON HEXAHETHYLENETETRAJIINE The above is the name pfa German chemical which is one of the many valuable ingredjents of Foleys Kidney Remedy Hex recognizedchv medical text books and author pies as a uric acid solvent andanti static for he urine Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as oonasvou notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady Chas C Davis LAND STOCK AND CROP William Wood bought fJCWood 5 acres of land and 2 houses ofin Conway for 11000 Arthur Daily bought of Round tone Land Co 101 acres of finely timbered land near Conway for 505 ofdC Miracle of Bell county for CoawitYcePNEUMONIA FOLLOWS GRIPPEn la grippe leysHoneyand anyofage Sold by Uhas CDBvis SUPlt G M BALLARDu From The Citizen Berea Ky J Editor The Citezen Dear Sir- Information reaches me that Mr G M Ballard is a candidate for County Judge in Rockcajstle Coun tv Mr Ballard deserves to succeed He is a son of the soilof Rock castle Co By his diligence an efficiency he has made a name and place for himself Starting in life as a poor mountain boy he wade the best of such opportunities as existed Exhausting the resources of the district scho il he determined to go further Accordingly he attended school at Berea College iron 1892 to 1896 fitting himself for any position to which duty might call him For ten years he did faithful service as country sCJip04J teacher there laying the foundation for the high office of County Superintend eut which he has tribal success fully filled for two termes Like other aspiring men Mr Ballard has always looked to his Own mental growth and advancement In the midst ofa busy life he found time for the study of law and in 1902 was admitted fo th- C e L Kluger the Jeweler 1060 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes Iwas so weak fro kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foley Kidney remedy to all suffers as cured me after the doctors another remedies had failedSoldby Chas C Davis FoR SAIRIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargai- one that you can run machinery y over I have one that I dont nee Call on me at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R H LEWIS Foleys Honey and Tar den the air passages stops the irritation in ihe throat soothes the membranes and the most ieare healed and strengthened and the cold is expelled from the system RefusE any but the genuine in the yellow package Sold by Chas C Davis BarFew men who aspire to office are better qualified to serve the best interests ofthe people In politics Mr Ballard has ale ways been a Republican He has partydtiously the work assigned him striving to promote right principles and clean politics As County Superintendent he has brought up the schools of the County to a higher standard both in respect to attendance and effici ency of teachers He has urged and inspired the teachers of the County to fit themselves for their profess ion by attending higher schools be tween terms and as a result few counties in Kentucky can boast of a higher grade of work done in the public schools Wherever he has been placedso far as my knowledge extends he has made good and heres hoping that he may again carry the banner of victory in his candidacy for County Judge Respectively J W Dinsmore =SPIRO sickmat writingBorn to the wife of R H Long a fine girl Mr VS11r Vauhook who is attending school at Berea attended Sunday school at Freedom SundayMrs is S Padgett sold part of her farm reasonableitprice Mrs Burgan Lewis will start in a few days to join her husband in Oklahoma to make her future homeMrs Martha Wells MoorenSunday last dW H Owens IS on the sick list Miss Helen Sayers visited friends at Brodhead Saturday Mrs J W Dillingham who has been sick for the past few days we are glad to say is somewhat betterE R Louisvilleto ofnBrodhead is visiting relatives at this placeRev C C Metcalfand family of near Maretburg will soon move to the faun purchased from Jim Taylor near Bee Lick rRot4AZ M- PDJPDI1R M Thousands of millions BakingPowder in making bread biscuit and cake in this country andevery housekeeper IUtdeIcesweet and perfectly wholesome Royal is a safe and against the cheap alum powders which are tle greatestmenacers to health of thepresent day ROYAL IS TEE ONLY BASING POWDER MADE nOM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR P r Established 1887 Gj3E 33ll G BAKER Pres M B SATAN CASHIER i RRAttorney I PEOPLES BANK CAPITAL 2000000 X Come and see us in our new home and give us your business W HIl growtby laying aside such amounts each iweekor month as is not required for busi ness or living expenses no matter how small js- f Try it for one year at least and be con winced 4 ofIImonths or longer H JxOttt1tt7ttttttttttttttJttttttttttttttttttttttt11 ltf14i1G flT VERNON DjKKBT DO 1 o PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 H FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3 AN- DEMBALMRS a Mt Vernon Ky 3 E COUCH gVSETALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3 E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = == work for the company = Orders Qy wire promptly filled Hearse sent to aU points = A FURNISH WH KRUECER Pnone Proprietors i fil111111il1111111111111ILlilIJf111111i111111il111111111il n It The Old f- Most iableJffl any Drug or Patent Medicine you u see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at THE OLD RELIABLE l Cheapest Drug Store in the county S I CDAVISII f w T n w- 4f r Convenience of the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as permanent vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is iniyed As an investment you can compute the net returns savingslr CT idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the A entire amount atany time With a determination to save you r are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularyou will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY to lr D KB 1 Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled R Handmade Coffinsftirnished Hearse sent to all parts of 111 the county All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled 1 wIcoxPhone 94S JfcT VERNON KY OBJIerltJ91cKtue I + Signature It l R R 3y y r i i t cftIt f i1 6f fj 1 ItI rr a f IC c tfiW i m i1i A r u 4171 Jl = l J y 1 rap Ir Io Ul I 3pc r I I Walk Over for Men j These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None as good 35O and 400 Lady These other PiWW 3SC 88DcDc xO BERS ill i RUBBERS i t For Men ando We have only the best To buy them saves you from sickness To them from us saves you J FALL AND WINTER LINE OF- t i L1c T II I G 20 Suits at 15 J8 Suits at 14 16 Suits at 13 4J2 Suits at 1010 Suits at 8 r FKRUEGERSONc Q7 Opposite MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 26 1909 Published every Friday b y EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ROOKCASTLECOUKTl COURT FEBRUARY TERM Feb 22 1909 At a regular term of this court held on the 22nd day of February 1909 it appearing that a petition signed by J C Gibbs A E Al bright H L Tharp A J Pike W H Sowder A J Haggard W Hutcheson T S Frith John Robins W E Gravely and oth ers was filed with the County Judge at the last regular term of this court asking that a grad ed common sc ool district be or ganized with the boundary as followsBeginning at Morris Friths place on old State road including it thence crossing L N Railroad at mile post 120 to D D Halcombs including his place tlierce to E L Harris farm and including his farm thence tornB C Anderson includ ing his place thence to AJ Sutton including his place thence to E Barger including his place thence to J C Gibbs including his place thence to W E Graveleys farm known as the Bowers farm including it thence tuW Moore including his place thence to J A Hopkins including his place thence to Mrs Anna Shumate including her place thence to the Lucy NSwcomb farm excluding it thence crossing the L N Rail roki at Cummins Station toR StMartins farm adjoining P SE Snivel including said farm includingtthis placethence place thence hisZO r r I place thence to W H Albright including his place thence to J A Osborne including Ms place thence to the beginning And that the site of the schoolhouse of said proposed district be at Brodhead where the common school building is now locat eJ which site is certified to bell exceeding two and onehalf miles from any part of the bourd DistrictIpro posed Graded Common School District and of Fifth Justices District of the County and it further appearing that the Coun ty Superintendent has indorsed on said petition his approval of same and that a majority of the Trustees of each common school district that will be em braced in said proposed graded common school district in whole or in part have endorsed their approval on said petition as pro vided by law and th Court be ing sufficiently advised that R L McFerron the ordersI of this county be and he by directed tocause a pill hereI opened and an election to be heldIat Brodhead on the 10th day or more entry this order for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters residing within the boundary of the said proposed graded common school district whether there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of not ex ceeding fifty 50 cents on each one hundred dollar of property valne therein subject to State or County taxation owned by white persons and not exceeding 150 j mfthabitantcoin mon school district over 21 years of age for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a graded common school therein as provided in Section 100 to 130 of the Common School Law The officers of said election will also caue the legal voters off said proposed graded commonI school district to vote persons to be Trustees of same in case said tax shall be approved The officers of said election will make return in due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicable L W BETHIIZUtJudgeRockcstle nlf oqrj A true copy attest J D MILLER c R c c By INA D MILLER D c NOTICEis hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the County Court of Rockcas tle County I will hold an election at the time and place indicated from 6 oclock m till 4 p in for the purpose set out in said order Those who may vote are all white males over twentyone years old who have been resi dents of the proposed graded coinmoji school district for sixty days in the county for six months and in the State one year preceding the day of said election Dated the 22nd day of Februa ry 1909 R L McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County Modern business betters human environment says Elbert Hubbard It means gardens flowers fruits vegetables it means quick safe and cheap transportation of people commodities and messages it means books maps furniture pictures play grounds pure water perfect sewerage hope light and love berause business gives oppor unities for all to work earn grow and become theproductionltransportion of the things that are neceesary to human life- Through this existence of faculties we educe the best that is in us in the necessities of life it is impossi ble to nvea highly Devolved ojnd The world jof commerce is just as honorable as the world ofart and a trifle more necessary Art exists on the surplus that business men accumulate Art literature and music subsist on the sufferage patronage and encouragement that business men supply Business means taking things from where they are plentiful to where tbay are needed Business means making things that people want Business is a human service Thereiore Businesses essentially a 4 vin calling sr Buy I AmericanShoes have more comfort orrless money than any shoe on the market and 9 We have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are wol tIt UrWe do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them Flli Women Children buy money N Phone Depot fortyf edutation1Inasmuch iSBjscience IOnce men believed religion to be concern of mortals here below twoiavenues of honor are open to young men of Englandthe army and the church This has been the prevailing opinion of the world for nearly two thousand years and is one reason why the dark ages were lark Dur ing these ears of night the fight aIlongwas blocked through tear The race crawledcrept hid dodged secreted lied and nearly died We now say that business is the chiefconcern of humanity Busi actiVity1Theduring the time of Cnaucer certain sold ieriristocrats men of the leisure class who prided themselves upon the fact that they did no useful tiling Men of power proved their prowess bv holding slaves and these slaves did all the work To be idle showed that one was not a slave- But this word business first flung in contempt like Puritan Methodist and Quaker has now become a thing ofwhich to be proud Idleness ness is the disgrace not busi ITbe world can only be redeemed through business for business means betterment and no business can now succeed that does not add to human happiness NOTICE E oR aENT Store liue located in the center of Livingston Ky formerly accupied by Baker Wbitehead The business heretofore has beer 10 ooo 1O15uO per year This is a fine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business information address FnrfurlherI Jan J T 82t Mt VernonKY i We FURSHides Wool Golden sealYelowRootMaiApplel Wild Ginger etc We are dealers etuthed ta 1856Onr a eeanfrr ill Loiun3e aad do feetter for you ths aareia or rrmmma merchant any Bask Lonurile Wm1otwe b list aaj iluppwa M Sabcl A son 229 E Market St t BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Miss Lee scent Sunday at her home in Danville The Brunonian Society held the following Program last Friday afternoonSong School Recitation In Memoriam Logan Bryant Essay Longfellow Chas Beatv Recitation Oyster Man Lewis Miller Valentine Observance Today- Lillie Woodall Robt E Lee Herbert Cox Recitation Annabel McCall Reading Lady Clare Mabel Perkins Recitation Grant Mullins Grandmas Valentine Julia Fist Essay Daisy Fish Extemporary Speech R H Miller It eMattie Baker Debate Resolve That Convicts bonld be productively employed Affirmative Negative Jesse Fish Ben Griffin Will Kirby James Beaty The debate wis decided unan imously in tavor of the affirmative The Brunoniau Society will hold a Washington program this afternoon BLOODWe live by our blood andon it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mind with continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it- Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTTSEMULSION It sets the whole body going inman woman and child Send this advertisement together with name pIpaper In which itappears yoUr address cents to cOvet postage qnd we will Send you a Cofflptete Handy Atlas the World COTT BOWNE 409 Pearl Stt New Xeik GRANVILLEOWENS UNDERTAKERBrodhead I I W Weekly CourierJournal HENJiy WATERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is roo a year but you can get the WEEKLY COU RIER JOURNAL and the SIG NAL both one year For 150 if you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Cou rier Journal- DAILY COURIER JOURNAL A YEAR e SUNDAY COURIERJOURNAL A YEAR We can give you a combination rut rate on Dailyor Sunday it you rill write this paper CASTORFor Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dfitgnaturo of kd 1UdVU i The Ohio River passed the flood stage at Cincinnati There is a heavy river above except at Pitts burg where little damage is ex pected The river it two feet above the danger line at Evans vine arid is rising at the rate of one inch an hour At Salem Ark while waiting trial on a charge of seduction J W Jones a merchant of Mammoth Springs was stabbed and fatally wounded by Miss Lizzie Kissee the plaintiff in the case Both were tnembe of prominent families CA S rsJ 0rtJk dea tto- Siffiatnre Jwajs Bout rof COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled FARM FOR SALELccated near Maretburg Ky containing 100 acres more or less with good dwelling house and out buildings 5 acres in orchard 15 acies in grass S acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation and as good water as there is in the country C C MUTCAIF nIuef Capt Henry Waddle with other detectives are waiting in this city a few days before they go to Pine Knot to make an attempt to arrest Berrv Simpson and others wanted by the United States authorities A forerunner was sent this week to locate the men and find out all that was possible Capt Waddle said to a TIMES reporter yesterday it would be no use in his going down in that county unless he knew exactly where to locate his men The man sent out will report to Cnpt Waddle and then he will know what teps to take It is reported here that Simpson with others are hiding out in a cave near Pine Knot and will resist arrest to the last It is said they are welt prepared with ali kinds of shooting artillery Capt Waddle and his men were to have gone Mondav night but Simpson rot wind some way of the fact and they abandundEd the trip Likely as not a fighttvi11 ensue when they attempt the arrest Capt Waddle will take enough men to put up a good fight should it berome necessary Somerset Times August Belmont left New York for his place in Garret S C t for too weeks scooting there 1f Belmont has beengreaty annoyed recenll bjy false reports that lis health was impaired r the ng clothes for men we had m mini our rnstomeis Mr Man wants ei fect fit fancy maker America at 10 l 18 20 be had in this our store Call our our formal Day ry MT 77 NtMJoL4 MT VERNON SIGNAL Ii MT VERNON KY Feb 26 1909 I Z9 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate TvltU SIGNAL Z9 4 4 RR Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m j 23 south 1201 p South 1219 m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs E S Albright and children are with relatives at London- C C Davis and F L Thomp son Jr were in Monda on business Mrs Harry McGee of spent Monday with her sister Mrs A B Sparks Mrs G T Johnson and child ren spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives in Berea Wm and Bluford Bullock the Hansford merchants were in Louis Tulle on a business trip this week Mrs J J Smith of the section who has been sick sev eral weeks is reported some better Frank of Pine Hill who has been sick for three months is able to come to town again Roy of Moreland was the guest of his cousins Misses Virginia and Annie Davis from Monday until Thursday Estill Price and Henry Jones two popular young men from Lev ell Green section were in Louis rifle first of the week Miss Elizabeth Fishback was from Livingston Monday having dental work done and to The Union Depot players Mrs T J Witt of Kingston Madison county and her daughter Mrs Sue Baldwin of Oakland have been the guests of Mr Sue Butner Mrs Witts sister Russ l Dillion and bright little son Led McNeal were passengers on Mondays train returning from London Mrs Dillion who has been sick for ism London under treatment MisSes Lida Cook Georgia Me Ferron Dora Dickerson Cora Wright and others were up from Livingston Monday to see the play given by the Junior base ball Our good friend 0 V Jarrett who has been suffering from severe case of eczema for several weeks went to Richmond Saturday night but returned Monday the giving hi Richnencouragement will likely go tic Hqt Spring The disease has spread all over his body tc b 0 C y i ccccl7L u r i i S cr J p ri 771i 5 SEa3 3ic y fJ invite men and young men of this county and neighboring counties to be at our store rSaturelay February S7fch When we will hold qur formal opening display of Spring and Summer styles in mens Clothes and Furnishings This event shouldnot only IntLtest the men but also tbe padres the foras styles we are showing the coming season are the most clever the most dressy and the most weve ever sh particularlyinviteveryoneforTheyaTHE NEW SCHWAB SUITS SHOULD ATTRACT ALL MEN ehoo our Spring different You who ttirtntsStyles Igrowing in Ehe8dlWab8rf8tLouisTheir Specials 15 and can City only at and see display on Spring Opening Saturday February 71900 VET NONS L EAD1I C CLOTHIBR PHONE i Nt 7vL JVt A I IG m 21 a as Lancaster Livingston for Mr Cottengim Mink u p see r sometime teami a He FORMAL SPRING OPENING attractive Miss Bessie Miller is resting bet jATenn on business this week Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence is very low and her recovery not expected Horace Benton has a position in the Superintendents office Etowah TennMrs Susan Henderson came up from Parksville yesterday to see her sister Mrs Lawrence Dr P Benton has been very seriously ill since last Saturday His condition is serious Atty John W Brown spent a few days in the Lebanon Infirmary this week under treatment of Dr McCord LOCAL Round trip tickets to Louisville will be on sae April 12 to 24 lim ited to April 26 for 4 oo roun d trip Breaking His Bonds a Drama in four acts at Court House March 12th by Mt Vernon baseball team Just received a complete line of stationery Acorn and Kaka linen pound paper 25 and 30 cents CHAS C DAVIS Mrs Joe Hanselaged about 55 years died yesterday morning after an illness of only a few days We did not learn the cause of her daath issuedtWednesday to Mr Archie Hayes and Miss Maggie Taylor The bride is the daughter of Mrand Mrs W T Taylor of the Oaail section Union Depot presented at the Court House last Monday evening was well received by the large au dience who witnessed the perform ance Fifty characters were iep resented and each and everyone did well his or her part Miss Ida May Adams under whose leader ship the play was presented dis played muchability in training the different ones who took part The proceeds amounted to about 36 which amount will go to buy outfit for the Junior ball team The Republican committee met Wednesday and was call to order Bethusrnm at once arose tendered his resignation which was accepted The name of U G Baker was presented and he Was unani mously elected chairman to fill the unexpired term John Robins re signed as Committeeman in Broad headprecinct and Charley Hurt elected to fill the vacancy The question ot a manner an time of selecting nomines for the various county offiices was then considered each of the forty or more candidates being called upon- to express his wishes as to the manner of making a choice and the- time Wifhout a single exception every man asked for a primary and with but few exoeptions an largmer be called for sometime iu Ma the Committee imed Saturday May istb as the eventful dayva New line Swan hats for spring in Greens are the leaders Je show the new things first FOR SALEone saw rig in good repair two circle saws Will sell cheap W F WARREN 21231 Bromd Ky Pure blood Plymouth Rock eggs for sale 60 cents per setting of 15 Mrs S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky Stockmen say this is the time of year to care well for your tock We have the kind of stock powders that give results Try a package and see what it will do- GHAS C DAVIS Geo Furguson our nc w ma shal is proving himself the right man for the place George is trying to do his duty and if he gets the support from the citizens that he should have will make a good officer We call attention to the announcement of Mr Taylor Clark as a candidate for jailer subject to the Republican primary called lor May 15th Mr Clark is a successful East side farmer and one of the countys most respectaole citizens R K Powell has sold his delivery wagon to E B Brown Mr Powell will likely locate on a farm He is a good citizen and we trust that be will decide to remain i Mt Vernon as we always wan the good to stay and if any go le it be the bad Mrs Drummond of Livingston entertained witha Washington Birthday party in honor of her mother Mrs Clark of Knoxville Tenn and sister Mrs Phillips o Ashvile N C The color schem was red white and blue The dining room was beautifully decorated with red while and blue carnations flags ribbons and candles Refresh ments were served itr three courses Those present were Mesdames Sambrook Clark Quiggins Phil lips Lemqnds Davis H WeRiceC E Rice J Woodall R A Whitehead Geo Pope Miss Cora Stark and Miss Jessie Bowman The members of the Durham Bottling Works with one exception are all heavy weights Mr E D Durham of this city President of the Bottling Works tips the beam at 235 Mr R H Durham of Columbia and J W Durham of Greensburg brothers of E D Durham and stockhold ers ot the Bottling Works weigh 215 and 225 respectively The jumbo of the Durhams however Broadd head a cousin of the above named who will travel for the Bottling Works this season He weighs 325 pounds The combined weight cf the four Durhams is exactly 1000 pounds The only small man con nested with the Bottling Works is Mr S P Thurman Secretery and Treasurer but he is only small in avorvir effipienycy and hustling q alit itnor Eli abethl wn Vl s L IHave you seen the new Schwab styles for men and young men at J Fishs The wearing of the Green is the thing this Spring J Fishcan fit men and boys in everything Green from hat to sox Do you like fancy cuffson your coat sleeves Then get a Schwab suit Most all spring suits have fancy cuffs and pock ts too J Fish Roundstoue creek is on a boom this week Mr L A Bowman who lives near Conway had two good cattle drownea Tuesday night and had a lot of fencing washed away CLOTHES PRESSED Your clothes cleaned and pressedwhile you wait and at a reasonable price W M MULLINS Mt Vernon Ky WEATHER BULLETINsAr rangements have been completed with the Weather Bureau for receiving forecasts daily by tele phone from Louisville at 10 a m daily except Sunday Any tele phone subscriber in ourcounty can secure anytime after that hour by calling up their exchange and re questing the same Bulletins will be posted at exchanges and th principa post offices where reached by telephone This service was inaugurated last Tuesday 23rd ann twelvet att home of his brother Mr Charley Redd Crab Orchard Dr Redd in his younger days an before affliction came upon him wa a very brainy and active mau and appearfe Book we get this bit of interesting history regarding his life and lifes work He was born in Knox county Ky August 161842 studied medicine in the Ohio College of Medicine Cincinnati graduating from that institution in 1869 and from Bellevue Medical PraEc Y two years when he entered the U S Army as Assistant Surgeon acting between times in Kentucky North and South Carolina and Foil Lincoln Dakota finally accompanying the Fifth Infantry to Fort Keogh in 1877 1 I88i he resigned from the arm and entered the practice of medicine at Miles City Montana was elected Mayor of that pity in 1889 and in the first Legislative body that ever assembled in Montana he was the Democratic Senator from Curtis county and until force to leave his work because of failing health was au impoitant factor in that new made state Returning to Kentucky about twelve years ago be has since made his home at Crab Orchard with his brother and for many years has been almost as helpless as an infant His remains were laid to rest Tuesday afternoon with Masonic honors =In Crab Orchard cemetery Peace to hisashesI glory toh1 ijqmortal soul v VV W Hot and cold drinks served at the fountain Chas C Tuesday nights win DavisI the heaviest ever recorded and much damage done allover the state r aJalesIIFOR a SALE15o bales nice clean hay 50 cts per bale 60 bushels nice seed oats 60 cts per bushel J J SMITH Feb 26 31 Hiatt Ky- WANTEDTo buy a good combined horse v FL THOMPSON Mt Vernon Ky Mr W J Sparks informs us that workat all of his quarries will start about the roth of next mon h and that he will want all the men he can get The L N will offer cheap rates for the Kentucky Educational Association which meets at Irvine Ky June 23rd Special rates will be given later FOR SALE2 good horses 2 hayeness and poe 2 single sets of hay ness AMOS V STITCH- BROADHEAD Ky Z Emerickand John Houk of Maretburg are laying the founds tion for R L Colliers new resi deuce at Crab Orchard There is no doubt but that it will be properly worksmen than these two gentlemen Mr W H Burton Livingston tip todate marshal and special L N detective on lust Thursday succeeded iu locating a watch at East Bernstadt that was stolen one year ago and brought it in Friday Mrs L M Wester ffeld lost a 250 diamond ring Sunday and he found the guilty party Tuesday in the person of a Miss Parker He got the ring also NOTICE Pursuant to an order made by the Republican Committee of Rockcastle county Kentucky the 24th dayof February 1909 notice is hereby given that a Primary Elections will be held on Saturday the isth day of May iSog between the hours of 6 oclock a mand 4 oclock p m to nominate Re publican Candidates to be voted for at the regular November election 1909 for the offices of County Judge County Attorney Circuit Court Clerk County Court Superintendent Surveyor Coroner and one Magistrate for each of the five Magisterial Districts in the County aforesaid and one Constable for each of said Magisterial Districts Given under our hands this February 24 9o9 VG BA nR hairman Republican Committee Rockcatle County t G IovEt Secretartg 1F WOULD LIKE TO SEE A GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN From Courier Journal contributed by Dr A G Lovell Some repetitions of a former is unavoidable in this but question of better and cheaper roads for the general public and for the farming class in particular isone that should enlist influential min in every community The everincreasing traffic and the prices that farm products command are Strong reasons why the country roads should have more attention The constant improvement in serviceandat the same time reduction of expense of automobile ofIt previously had very little interest in common Moreover it would in a measure make some communities more independent of the railroads and enable them to secure better accomodations at the hands ofsaid companies It would give an impetus to a kind ot travel that would afford pleasure be conductive to health and prove profitable in many ways The question very naturally arises How are these things to be brought about I answer Bya cam aign of agitation and education If every county would select a short piece of road over which there is a great deal of travel an much heavy traffic and build i according to the latest and mos approved methods it would an object lesson worth more tha volumes of theory It has been demonstrated that ofscombination of macadam and asphalt The macadam with a strip of asphalt in the mid dle is destined to be the road of the future But you say asphalt roads are too expensive we are not able to build them It is not so The asphalt dressing will cost less than half the cost of the macadam It consists of a finegraiii saud rock saturated with bitumen This sandstone is crushed or broken to the same consistency as the limestone and spread over the middler of the road about the same depth as you would cover it with screen ings or gravel to make it smooth Heavy traffic will in a short time mix and grind this asphalt into the other stone This soon becomes smooth and elastic is impervious to water and dust will not ac itISeveral of the States have enough supplylocalespecially fortunate in that par ticular some of her properties have been developed and have proven valuable but she has many times more undeveloped proper ties of this kind than are now in operation They consist of se gregrated lands in different localities which makes an asphalt trust in Kentucky untenable and promises to better subserve the interests of the people Your correspondent would be delighted to see others take this matter up and inaugurate a good roads campaign that will help Jto bring our grand old Common wealth to the front FOR SALI one story store house 20 by 70 with an ell 12 by 14 and store fixtures One 2 story frame dwelling with 5 rooms all painted and same as new lotsdintattKy on the K C R R businessnpoints in the county Will sell separate or all together Terms easy oraaddress A WOOD YOrlando Kya Mrs W K Vanderbilt Sr has given over 1000000 for the erection of four model tenements for persons suffering from tuber 1culosis CASTODABewa Qlgnatan of ctiBouill 1S ftz = = m lIc BARGAINs IN EVERYTIIING AT AI Hiatts Bargain SMre Come and see what you can dolor cash or produce Our Winter Line complete Our Shoes and Chothing are thebest jCHIATT 0- i HIATT KENTUCKY I I Baby won tty itHim- BALLARkJS1 HOREH9UND SYRUP Plcasrntto tako id results Contains nothing injurious I IcURESCOUGHS THROAT COLDS AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo say enourh fori3allardB Horehound Syrup It has cured my baby of croup and my children of severe Coughs- I know no better medicine t 25c SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOOTS MO i Sold and Recommended by I Chas C Davis SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and grave to cause his heath I contracted a stubborn s cold he writes that developed a cough that struk to me in spite Ifof all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I bagan to use Dr Kings i New DiscOvery which restored my heolth completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pbeumonia its unrivaled Soc and loo Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take c The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Prloa GOo Sold by Chas CDavis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS I Manufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofaT kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr J4 C flthESamuel Haidings ndrainistiatoTM VS Lucy W Harding the court oil appeals orders payment of 50001 to the administrator for his services which the court says involved him iu a family quarrel and engendered partINear Winchester Zeke Puckett of Log Lick found his i6year old son lyiug dead across his plow beam He and his sou were at work on their farm and the father noticed the sons team standing toIinvestigate He called and received no answer When he came up to the plow he found the boy dead VVHITES Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC BallardSnow Liniment Co- T LOUIS O Sold by Chas C Davis THE 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 prover5- Electric Bitters prolonged life a d makes it worth living It purifies anriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life andtone to to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely ItOnl 5oc at Chas C Davis ICA S XI aXA Boas Signature of UJ c OJcJzrCt CJ Iorn =I z n rn c 0r3CzC Q IWI iMIc M AIl- LiU ZfIt 0It I iIZ 0IIIJIIII ICE piZ77J47 MYW- z 0 cO l JJL rJ- F1iEFl i4l rtE WilBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University LEXlNGTONtKYtr EDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGRAPH TYPEWRIT Hjp TFLEGPAPHY taught REFERENCE Thousands of successful graduates including 200 in banks 200 officials rA GRAD OPPORTUNITY for ambitious aud energetic young men women to qualify themselves for a higher and more lucrative field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists of bookkeeping business arithmetic penmanship commercial law merchandising banKing joint stock manufacturing lectures business practice mercantile corresponden etc cSHORTHAND TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY are special tie have special teachers and rooms andcan be taken alone or with the business course SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 35PO No vacation Enter now Graduates successful Three rooms for ladies Lady teachers Over TOO ladies in attendance thepast year including the daughters of merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Good tfoardlng homes College open day and night Begin now For jmliculars address Y cV f c1LLBURR SMITH n y r r3 4 AlN0HNJ NT8I FOR COUNTY JUDGE We art authorized to nnnounce G MI BALfLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Roc asUc County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce L W BETHTJRUM as a candidate for Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County to the action of the Republican primaryI We are authorized to I4EWIS as a candidate for ney of Rockcastle County subject to the acti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J NICELEY as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle County subject to the action ot the Republican par- tIVe are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN as a candidate for Sheriffoi Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Court Clerk GIty Court Clerk sbject to o the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate foi 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 sub ject to the action of the Republican par are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce REV J M CUMMINS as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULL1NS as a candidate for Tailor of Roekcaatle County subject to tUe action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockdastle County subject to the Action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party AVe are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject 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 S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer f Rockcrstle County subject to the action Jf the Republican party AVe are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican We are authorized to partyIDECKER as a of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorizee to announce TAY LOR CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the republican primar- yForSupetintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J DI McFER ON as a candidate for Superin tendent of Public Schools of Rock astleI County subject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend ent of School Rockcastle countysubject 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 are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Super intendent of Schools Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the R epublican party AVe are authorized announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the ac Jon of the Republican party We are authorized to announce S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rock stle county subject lothe action ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk V re3uthorizedlo announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidatefor Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub- Ject to the action of the Republican Pri marY We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLERas a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party Weare authorized to announce F GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection- for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Judge 28th Judcl Dist We are authorized to announce HON B J BETHURUM as a candidate for Circuit Twentyeighth Judicial restrict composed of RockcastleAVayne Pulaski and Clinton counties subject the action rthe Republican party e 2 1 We c Ircyt L i fsuiIiran ncniinaticti for COymion veiilths Attorney in the sSth Judicial District o the nctit n of the Rep blicau i arty For Coroner AVe are authorized to announce WAD LIVESAY as a candidate for Coroner of Rockcastle county subject to the action tf the Republican party SAID TO BE FINE Few people here know that you can cure that dread American disease Rhum tim with jut common ever day drugs found in any drug store The prescription is so simple that any one can pre pare it at home at small cost It is made up as follovs Get fron any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion one htlf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sasapa rilla three ounces Mix by shaking ina bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime These are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as everone knows is a symptom of deranged kidney it is condition produced by tbe failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood thi uric acid and other matter wnicb if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores decomposesI This prescription is said to be- a splendid healing cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all fotms of bladder and urinary troubles and backaches Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds bar may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar audit soothes inflamed membranes heals the Juigs and expels the cold from the system a IN FIVE MINUTES Take your sour stmachoiin- a3be you call it Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach it dosent matter take your stomach trouble right with jpu to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a oo cent case of Pepes JJiapepsin and let you eat ane22 grain Trianguleand see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery The correct name for youi trouble is Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gastric juice your food is only half digested and you become affected with loss of appetite pres sure and fullness after eating vomiting nausea hartburn griping in bowels tenderness in the pit stomach bad tate in mouth constipation pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness sick headache nervousness dizziness and many other similar symptoms II your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch ga 01 if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you can nuke up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cuise fermentation of undigested foodProve to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without tear of discomfort or misery Almost instant relief is waiting for you It is merely a matter ol how soon you take a h tie Diapep sin WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP to three doctors was kept i b ed for five weeks Blood poison from t spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover hisleg The doctors failed then Bucklcus Arnica Salve oompletelv cured me h vrites John Washington ol Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and pies its supreme 25catCha9C Davis KSLLTNI COUGH MD CURE THE LUNGS1 DrKingsHew FOR cOUCHSOLDS TrW PBICJI ANDALL ThROAT ANDLUNQThO- ILEGUABATxEDATI3pjcOZ1 OB MONEY REFUNDED 0Jt TOElIAi- Mntb lli3 iMgh- iaate fir +tf H Kc w r L t t1 u J State of New York to have enacted a bill to make everyone who sells a pistol take a discription of the person to whom it is sold to require the purchaser to dIsplay license to carry a pistol and to mike public the records of all dealers in fire arms says the Lexington Herald It is to be hoped that this law will- be enacted and given a fair test that it may be found whether it will be of so great service as is ex pected While of course pistols are not the only weapons carried concealed kiues stilettos smug shots and brass knucks all coming under the prohibition of the law against concealed deadly weapons nevertheless it is with pistols that crimes of violence are most usually committed particularly in the Southern States Tne law in Alabama which s we recall prohibits the sale of any pistol les than twenty fJ r inches in length is being tried and variou other States are making efforts to find what can be done to prevent the iniquitous habit ot carr ing concealed weapons fly the time the session of the Kentucky Legislature meets next January some members of that body who is interested in the en actment of a law to prevent the carrying of concealed weapons ought to find what has been the effect of the arious laws passed in other states Vehope some Representatiye or Senator will make a special study of these laws and make it his special business to have a good law passed in this State Foleys Orino Laxative cures constipation and liver trouble and makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino is superior to piUs and tablets as it docs not gripe or nauseate Whv take anything else Sold by Cnas C Davis SEEDS j We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell clover grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peas soja beans peanufs seed potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion sets garden beans garden peasallkinds garden field and flower seeds landI plaster and fertilizers for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEED Co 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn R W DYCHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodheadMrbe Work ODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Manager M U MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed C C Williams ATJORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY iOFFICE On 2cd floor o The BaEkof Mt Vernon on Churcli street Special attention giver to collectionsPhone Ro- iiUnderaer Y E balmer II jompl2teLINE of Caskets t Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Sta ford cKy 2 r f i- rj4 IitIOJAzJ ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT A geabe PreparatlcnforAsJ theFoodandRegulaUng Promo esDionClieerfjt- BeSS andIlestC6na1nsntiur 4 Opiumiforphine norNiarrai- 4 NOTNARCOTW bIl2re71Th11 IfriiiStd 1I4u WormsConvatsionsIeNeflSlr FacSimile Signature I9I t NEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears of theFor II JflI Over In- Use Thirty Year- sGASTORIA lONk BARGAINSM For the next thirty days we are going to offer gour OVERCOATS a bargain Mens 15 Overcoats at 1S5O 800Sa h 7 at 500 he at 4oo We have only a few oi these left so come earlyand J let us show yuhow we can save you money I J McKENZIE SON a Phone 98 3pcB8 6 cc- cTheNewStore X3pC B W f 0 Go to Carmicals for Fresh O stors Coconuts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall kinds All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 56I WH CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon entucky xccbc Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKEi cARD U 1 IItWill Help You r Mrs Lucinda C TTill of feeland 0 mite Before I began to take Qardui I suffered so badj Ii was afraid to lie down at night After I began to late it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Car ui AT ALL DRUG STORES 4 il i