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Digital page images are linked to the text file. atswll 04f6r uEl i rY j lPu ITshed Eerv FridayI JuujrI VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKGASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 1909NUMBER 24 I P7 r l I jItmade The only baking powder- from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I Kodol f For Dyspepsia and Indigestion If you Suffer from Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Belching Stomach Heartburn etc Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly digestivejuicesstomach Being a liquid it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests your food but helps you enjoy every mouthful you eat- You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health But this food must be digested thoroughly otherwise the pains of indigestion and dyspepsia are the result When your stomach cannot do its J 5work properly take something to help your stomach Kodol is the nonly thing that will give the stom S ach complete rest theft1i2 in a way c xti flesh us to Hot water Bottles Pill City syringe ooc Fountain syringe 2 ft- 85c to 250 200 Breast pumps 35c to C the No t as j T IN JLt to Ida to oJ VFpr ushe my All said Iwas in a cure so I have rot in Mrs Soper lives in Brg It works in and Sore ing 500 4 by C r 5 a Ss So your strong by taking a little You dont have to take all the You only take it you need it is Our Guarantee tion or delay We will then pay the drug Kist Dont all druggists know that our guarantee is good This times much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is atthe of EC DeWitt Co 3y fi t6wYl Bargains Ill Drugs J iVinol the great producer 100 Guaranteed a show you 7500150 sprayLadies 100I dyspepticKeep ol1arcanhonestlydrugglstanCihe ebottleonlyandtobutonein springtonicYinoll Eaton Hurlbutbox V paper 25c to 50c Linen paper in 30c Acorn paper in 25c Imitation in box 25c to 350 Receipt and er of a looking v CHAS DAVIS IeadingDr Phone 89 MT VERNONggisti YF 31ES lTe VaffeyfBW I LAND OF SUNSHINE Altivtude 4333 Best in for troubles mud bad roads Soil produces in over comingState ibeing rapidly Now is the time to get in on the ground floor interested Write giving idea of what you want Address exactly follows Desk I Mexico S The ljyjtnond Company Deming New 41l MtIVL i NEAR DEATH BIG POND wfts thrilling experience Mrs Soper face death years severe lung trouble vgave me intense suffering Writes and several times nearly caused ileith remedies fa1Iedand doctors curable Then Dr Kings New Discovery broughtquickrelief and permanent that been troubled twelve years Pond Pa Coughs Colds Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whoop Cough andall Bronchial W affections androo Trial bottle free Guaranteed Chas Davis rl f Sour little dont neglect stomach Kodol Kodol time when Kodol perfectly harmless hesitate offer prepared laboratories Chicago chance Kpra Ibs Lin lbs papers Ledgers from 25c Note any oth kind book areyfor g world all lung sNb settled If wpnders t Every family should have acur few which should ring tonight and ali ether nights if needed These curfews are inexpensive and can be made at home Take a piece of siding two feet long and whittle one end to a handle Take the child that needs the curfew and bend it over a barrel Now take the skiing and use it as a clapper Putit on hot dividirg the strokes evenly and see that l none mix Good for agfrl oral boy up to i8and three aPP li cations are warranted to cure the most pronounced caseYof street loafing that exist The music is said to be more effective than wanderingboy J C C WILLIAMS INTERESTED IN GOOD ROADS To THE EOITOR OF TIlE MT VERNON SIGNAL Every citizen should be interested in the Good Road movement Rock atle county is greatly in need of better highways the traveling public demand it farmers require it to haul their products of the soil to market Good roads mean much savineto wagons horses and drivers mu h aaving of time and money aGood roads mean higher education among our ueople more money better busi ness facilities and quicker meatS f prosperity i the people should work without ceasing to this end The Fiscal Court should coust nty strive to buildup and improve our highways and thereby elevate our co ntv Give us good loads and the benefits arising therefrom will be innumerable The old man in his infirmities can then easily come in contact with his friends and neigh bors it will extract from the limbs ofage the jostle and pain of travel it will sooth the wrinkled brow and lighten the heavy heart It will rob age of its sting and call back the departed years of youth It means much to the pleasures of youth and what is life without some ot its pleasures It will in spire the youth to higher better and nobler things it will bring him in contact with thought other than his own It will short en the road to the home of Mary Jane The benefits to business and material prosperity cannot be over estimated The husband would plow the soil and cultivate its products and the good wife would bringth e butter eggs and ther works of her ready hands in her buggy 51othe merchant the merchant would have better wares and the customers would have better clothes Build a good road by your home and the spirit of enterprise will inspire you to greater exertion the old log house will give way to a frame and the frame possibly to a brick The dilapidated fence will be torn down and a good one take its place The briars bushes and brambles in the fence corners will disappear the rocks will be taken from the furrowed field two blades of grass will grow where one grew before Tbestrong right arm will strike a harder blow for the wife and little ones around you The heart will be mote determined to have some of the comforts aud pleasures ot life The towns in Rockcastle county are now setting a splendid example for the cOttuty by grading macad amizing and greatly improving their streets The most profitable thing a county can possibly have is good roads they can pay the greatest dividend to all the people- A bond issue would not be an unwise thing Should bonds be issued the moneyed men of our county would buy the bonds the money would fall into the hands of the laboring men our people would then have both thegcod roads and the money Let us be up and doing Your truly GC WiiiiAMS THE LURIED GLOW QFDOpM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little sqn of M- Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defiedall remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected 7iis lungs and nothing could save mm Jut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Sitters pletelY9uredhim torilEruptjons Ic2ema Sali RheumSoest and all Blood Disorders and Rheuniatism Electric Bitters is supreme TQjnl y Soc Guaranteed by Chas C Davis FoR SAXsif you are looking for a goQdfarmata great bargain one that yoti can run hinery over 1 have one that Jfdoh t need CallDri me at WildieKy Jan 22tf R H LEWIS TFoIeys Honey cureswcoughs qui It siren theusy the lungs and expels colds Get the genuine Tin aa yellow package nCDavis t0l i qJ E R GENTRY I wish to say to the Republican voters of the county that I have candidacyforcanvass possible for the nomination I intend to spend my whole time between now aud the primary in becoming personally acquainted with the peopleIfIamthe man for this lace Iwant yqu to know it and I want to ask you to vote accordingly This is a very important office and we peed notonlya man of ability and qualification but a man who is wideawstke energetic and has the interest of the schools at heart JI have had several years experience as teacher and have always taken au active part n school work I feel that I am fully capable of looking to the best interest of the schools of Rockcastle county for the next four years r J Avant to meet every voter in the county between now andthe primafy V Very truly E R GENTRY LEVEL GREN March begins with rain and wind but we hope the ending will be warm so the farmers can have an opportunity to do the necessary work before planting timeMrs Alice ONeal of this place who has been in bad health for some weeks remains about the same uaillsectionGentry of Level Green was married to a young widow last Sunday morning at Providence Rev John Elder officiating Estel Price left last Monday for Indiana to visit relatives in the Hoosier state He will also spend some time in Louisville with his brother Grover who is a medical student Henry Jones also of Level Green is in Louisville on business Mr spent1sun Vernon is visiting HaUnJof old friends at Level Green this week Mr E B Thompson was n from school this week to spend a few days Uncle Bill has a fine horse suffering from tetanus and is not liable to recover The trouble was caused by a rusty nail entering the foot With the death of Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence last Friday we lose one four oldest and most respected citizens Miss Fannie Debord who has been visiting relatives in Oklahoma fr- s me months is expected home this week Pictorial Review lyr roo One Pictorial Pattern IS Hamptons Magazine Irto 150 Total 26 5 All for r0 For Womaus National Daily or Physical Culture add 75 cents each to above PiE DKUMMOND Livingston IT SAVED HIS LEG legwrttWiscrTen years of eczema thai doctors could not cure bad at BucktensArnica EruptionsFever Sorest Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 250 atr Chas C Davis J OTTAWA Mr and Mrs S L Cummins i f Lincoln county visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday The infant child of Mr and Mrs P T Peace is in a very critical condition Tart Proctor sold to a Mr Nash of Shelby county a horse for 150 The wheat crop is looking t ery favorable in this sectionJames Thompson who was shot about a year ago is growing worseA number of the farmers say they are going to try a small crop of tobacco this year Graden Proctor visited relatiyes in Pulaski county SundayReubin Brown who was accidentally shot a few days ago is reported better we are glad tosayDr Lige Wallen is on the matrimonial list Look out girls Laswell Son are doing splendid business with their combined saw flour and grist rJ1illTom Mink purchased from Steve Brown a small farm and will erect a dwelling on itArcb- fHayes o this section and Miss Maggie Taylor of Quail were married Thursday Rev James Cummins officiating The groom is a son of W P Hayes and is a nice young man The bride is a handsome young lady and daughter of Mr Tom Taylor Heres wish lug them a happy and prosperous life W Brown and family spent Sunday with Ransom Brownj S Cash our hustling merchant is having a splendid tradeMr Qverton Gentry and Mrs tula Elder were married Sunday Rev jno Elder officiating They have the congratulations of us all A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS STATEMENT Rev Joseph H Fesperman Salisbury N Cwho is the author of several books writes For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricken witha severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine containeda thick white sediment and I passed same frequently takingIceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy Chas DitvigI jti Established 1887 r 1 kU G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER IDR W J CHILDRESS VPres F L THOMPSON JR Assft R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L BETHURUM r i 5f tif W- f Come and see us in our new home and f give us your business g Start a savings account with us and youH will be surprised to see how rapidly it willl fgrow by laying aside such amounts each week or month as is not required for busiHty ness or living expenses no matter how small u w Try it for one year at least and be convinced LJ We pay 3 per cent on time deposits of y 100 or more when left with the Banksix S months or longer Q f41111l1Tt911ltt1111Rtt11111511liltifitlltlfll141l11tIfltl 1 fAT VERNON DpEBT CD rsPRACTICAL a UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS fiJo AND EMBAL IIuBS r t Mt Vernon Ky ECOUCH MET ALIC CASKETS w E Coffins and Robes 3= a= Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of E work for the company = = Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points = = n- yw A B FURNISH WH KRUECER 3 E Pnone Proprietors lil1111111111111111111111111111il111111111J111111111111111 11111111111111 Ra The Old Reliable 1 Most any Drug or Patent Medicine see advertized in the SIGNAL can be youITHE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the county I S C DAVIS Side Main Street ISouth KY Z t 3 Convenience of the Savings Account ipersons keep their money here as a permanent in 11 iMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu areIUidlelar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if X you will call at the bank X THE BANK OK MT VERNON n INC RPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY 4 IJ UNDERTAKER = 1 Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfiirnisbed Hearse sent to all parts ofW the county IAll Orders by Wire Promptly Filled Wti A COX Phone9 rSMT VERNON KY j i A j II i I r51 f I I a nt- rxfb y Nrl 7 047 A 1rIi t v Ir 1m Yr1 V jl y v Y jiT Jv v cYY I W1k Over for Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None asp i good y i 3 5e and S4OO AmericanThese andmore other 3nOO and 3S0 woith20 ti I rk r r c 86D8C86D C t RUBBERS t I I ill I If I RUBBERS I t 4ccE LJ Ld I Ji r i 4WorMen Women and Children IidM rtifit a We have only best buy them saves from sickness buy them from us money PALL AND WINTER LINE OF I t I 1iq V ltf j4 m wq t t IS5SC1Wi t t J tysr i Ssp i a l i I t l 20 Suite at 15 18 at 16 Suits at 13 Suits at t 8 iflfi JitJt1f i Jr l i t t 1m r KRUEGER SONjf I WifliVM T Phone S7 Opposite Depot t MT VERNON SIGNAl i FRIDAY Mch 5 1909 Publishtd every Fridayby- EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on applicationf tr MEMBER OF SJt KENTUCKY v PRESS ASSOCIATION1 If THE Fiscal Court of Christian county has resisted the of the County School Board of that county to impose the tax levy for schools under the new law passed by the last Legislature The school board has brought suit which will eventually go to the Court of Appeals The outcome will be watched with interest all over the State It might have been expected that would do something of that kind Night riders and education are not very closely allied and since the good county of ChrIstion furnished more than its quota of night riders it isnot surprising that such hindrance to education would find its om in that county MitiJoNAfRK FleYcher of masti cating famehas moved iutoa New- York slum for the benevolent purpose fshowing the poor how to r chew their food The slums dont i feel as enthusiastic as they might feeL They are still foolishly insist t jng on having something oc1icwI i j r A number of members of Gon gress have asserted rhat the Presi dent cannot live on fiftv thousand dollars a year Still a of- them have done if randvehave never vet heard of a man who fuseddhejobbecausc the naY waf boo small i f J J AN Indiana Judge has decided that a van cannot divorce his wife for nagging as long as she does it at home As most of the nagging is doue there it looks as If thenagged men were to have no chance in the ourts PRESIDENT ELECT Taft is said lO have heaved a great sigh of re finallyicompleted Perhaps several thousand post offices yet to be filled LLaWe the Republican Committee of Rockcastle county Kentucky fpursuant to tile authority vested in us as such Committee and now being in Committee meeting duly called for the purpose of devising ways and means of nominating Republican candidates for the various offices in said county to be voted for at the regular November election Jjo9a quorum being present and acting do here by rosolve order and direct that a primary election be and the same isuow hereby called to be held in saidcounty on the rs day of May 1909 for the purpose nominating Republican candidates for County Judge County Attorney1 Circuit Court Clerk County Court Clerk County Superintendent of Schools Sheriff Assessor Surveyor Jailer Coroner and one Magistrate f each of the five Magisterial Dis tricts ofsaid county and one Con stable for each of said Magisterial Districts to be voted foraLe regular November electi0liys I9o 9r arid we prdervaud direct tliajfC poll be opened in each ofthe regulaf voting pfecinctson said date itf said cpunj andkept Op b tee tumours df bam arid 4p m for thg purppse of making the nominations aforesaid v tsResolve that the following rules be and they are now and hereby adopted forithe governmentof this Committee in holding said primary election i That tlicost oh Jstg said t election shall be bone by the candid tes for nomination at said election and shall be as follows 4000 is assessed by this Committee against the candidates for the above offices except Assessor wbifh4F3ovon arid the or tvo ofter i Nla iitrates- andCoiistahles which K is I oJor J f t each and the said amounts shall be to A G Lovell Secretary ofthis Committee not later than 12 oclock noon on foe 3oth day of April 1909 2 That this Committee shall meet in the court house of this cbnuty at one oclock p m on the 5th day of May i9og and shall there appoint suitable and qualified persons to act as officers ofelection of said primary for each voting precinct in this county and that each candidate shallbave the right to furnish this Committee with a list of names of suitable and quali fied Republicans to act as election officers and if the candidates submit such list election officers shall be named from them dividing them reIS3 The election returns shall be deposited with the Secretary of this Committee who meet on the igth day of May 1909 and after being first duly sworn as required by Jaw shall canvass and count the returns of said election and shall Issue certificates of nomi nation to the candidates receiving the highest number of votes in the comity and Shall properly certify their names and nominations to the County Court Clerk of said county requesting and directing tbatjtheir names be printed on the official ballot to be used at thee regular November election 1909 in the Republican column under the- device9f the Republican party to wit a tog bin for the office named t in ssjd certificate 4 Iicaslottlyone candidate for any or allg said offices meets therfquiremcnts pjthis call not later than 12 oclpck noon on the 30th day oftALid 1909 this pri Ui9ii v election shall not be held as to said candidate or candidates hut this Committee shall meet at the county seat ofthe county aforesaid on the 510 day of May 1909 and shall declare said candi date or candidates to be the nominee of the Republican party toqe voted for at the regular election 1909 for the office or offices and shall deT jfy his or tbeir names to the County Court Clerk asset out above Sh Each meeting the requirements of this call shall havef allotstto6 Ou1yrrknpwn RepuSlicapsf f 1 Lady Shoes have more comfort more style wear for less money than any shoe on the market We have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are f We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them I 1 the To you To saves you tf Suits 14 12 1010 Suits 11 request Christian number assembled primary divided candidate paid primary candidate who supported Hou Wm H Taft for President and the Republican candidate for Congress in the Eighth Congressional District at the regular November election 1908 aud Republicans who will be legal voters in November igo9 at the regular election shall be per mitted to vote in said primary election UG BAKER Chm A G LOVRLL Sect DUDLEY is on a boom at present IDudlev Brick Co are making the foundation for their big lime kiluThey are getting ready for better business this year than ever oefore M McNew and Reams Bro have bought of J A Wood the mill and lot at Brush Creek We have bad a nice revival meeting at Flat Rock church conducted by Rev Parker attd others There will be singing at Flat Rock church every Thursday night conducted by James ReamsS- B Ponder and wife are rejoicing over a fine girl baby John R Reams is suffering with rheumatism Joe Doan and T R Hickey with their families left for Oregon first of the weekA nice crowd ot boys and girls visited Mr and Mrs Chas Hubbard Sunday Co E Dudley was visiting homefolks at Winchester Sunday Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladderI trouble that is not reach of medicine Cures backache and irregularities that if neglected might result in Brights disease or diabetes Chas CDavis NOTICE FORRENTStore house located in the center of Livirgs tonIKyjformerly atcupied by Wbitehead The business hereto fore has been 10 ooo to 15000 l per year This is a fine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business For further information address Jan1J T ADAMS 82 t Mt VernoflKy IMyttlree year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gav8 him two doses of Foleys Oriflb Laxative and the next morning the feverwas gone and he wasentirelV well Foleys Orino Laxative saved his life A Wol nsbi Cashier Wts This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold and it is the hardest time to cure it If you should take a cold a few doses of Kenned s Laxative Cough Syrup will act very promptly Its laxative principles cures the cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but ChiIIis sold by Chas C Davis A 50000 monument in memory of President James A Garfield is is proposed in a bill introduced Tuesday by Representative tang ly of Kentucky The measure pro vides that the monunent shall be erected on or near Middle Creek battlefield in Floyd county Ken tucky Two new loose leaf warehouses will be opened this week at Hoplnnsville We Bu- yFUHS Hides and W oB Feather Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden SedYdIow Rood May Apple Wild Ginger eta We are denier auLCed io 8S6 Orer tuff a century in LouinilIeandcan do better for you tta agents or comniwoa Reference any Bank in Loojsrjlle Writ for weekly price lilt and thippiag tsar MaSabel do Sons 289 E Market St BLOODWe it We thrive or starve as our rich or poor There is 1nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mindwith continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits noICheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our IIipto keep the blood rich WhenI itfails take SCOTTS EMULSION It set the whole body going inman woman and thUd Sbndtbls aivertitcmei iegettor with name efpwcr fa wbfckRwp yetca4draand few emto e cover postage aid we vHl send 8facwe HaB4MIMe rerl- rirocorT1owNL4wr t NeewYwit j J 3 3 1 GRANVILLE OWENS I IUNRTRII Brodhead Ky I w Weekly CourierJournalHENRY Is a National Newspaper Demo cratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 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 JOURNALA 3 SUNDAY COURIERJOURNAL A YEAR 2 We can give you a cqmbination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- sittvtttccf C ffieX The worst of the flood in the Ohio River is ovrr the crest of the rise having reached Louisville early Sunday Residents on tbe Point are returning to their homes The final week of the Indiana Legislature will see bitter fights on the repeal of the county option law and Sunday baseball bill rfThe President has approved the change of the name of the monitor Arkausto Ozark that tf the monitor Nevada toTonppah Burglars dynamited the safe of the Magnolia Brewing Corapriuy at Beaumont Tex escaping with 2000Ir sr4ii r COMPLETE LINE i Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph phone orders Filled RobesI r if FARM FOR SALE Lccated 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 MET- CALFW1AC3ron nIucf WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND iOur work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky The best known pills aud the best pills made are DeWitts Lit tie Eurly Risers They are small easy to take gentle and certain and sod by Chus E Davis Eugene Emmitt is reported to have split bis brothers headopen and killed him at Etol in Barren county Saturday night The cause of the killing was the result of a family quarrel Emmitt made his escape and has not been captur ed Ctjristian Muller who for years Representativelegislative district died at 11 oclock Sunday night at his home in Louisville after an illness which cove ed almost four Sears rile retrialrf the Standard Oil Conipmy of Indiana for the al leged acceptance of rebates probably will reach the testimony taking stage early in the week The coon is being tried before Judge Anderson ai Chicago i J r J MT KY 190 whoa want with 437 352 1201 TAS No matter very sick few here and were Van few some but still very sick very sick and but and and Hill few Tu Mrs will move and Rut Mrs has able will and the were and left Hot Ark his at men also for ever we all ever the not in 30 on In our fOI men had mind our You fit Mr Man who wants the bestv lu M tnn who exact in one can you all hulk of Our from the The St Theo at 10 15 had in City only our on our Day 6 A Vi Mai t66 M SIGNAL Mch 5 Is Z9 Call up No 79 you to SIGNAL lg ihQt 6 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north P m north a m 23 south p n 21 South 1219 a ni Agent Phone 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as seeond class mail PDfJ Fish the clothier is in today p J Wood of Conway is report ed Will Ballard spent Sunday with his mother at Mrs Essie Painter is a days with friends A M Hiatt Manly in town Sunday H was over from on business Mr J W winkle is a days with friends in Berea John Robins was down from Brodhead between trains Wednes dayDr P Benton is to be better is a Jane Bloomer has been all week her is little Mrs James Meadows children spent relatives at nine Frank was here for a hours to see his si ter M B Salin G W Gentry Jr his family from creek to tbe on West Main St Misses Essie Pike Painter ol entered Memorial school Monday Jones called to Co wav on account of the serious illness of her J J Wood Mr GW of near Orlando been confineti for with heart to he out again Dr E J Brown was from to see Dr Benton He is that the Doctor pull through Messrs Parsons W Taylor Robert Taylor three of good citizens of the Glades section here Wed nesdayJailer O V G T for Mr Johnsc returned Mr Jarrett w remLsomatuxtc i eon account of health II1 rt t 1S Q frz pc3 117 x 7 1fFORrJi A L SPRING OPENING=ftc st 1We ttivite the men and bury men of county neighboring counties to be our frt4 o j Mre1i Sth When we will hold our formal opening display of and in mens and Furnishings This event shouldnot only the but the ladies as the we are showing the coming season are the most clever the most and the most attractive weve shown and say with confidence the most splendid display shown in iheae parts We particularly everyoneJfor theres a better line of clothing made America to sill at 10 to than the clothes made by the Schwabs of St Louis are sale here exclusively t THE NEW SCHWAB SUITS SHOULD ATTRACT ALL MEN I C choosing Springclothes we in different customers Mr Man whowants perfect you 3iou Mr Young wants fancy r stJ1es good valuesand fit tied bundle We please We selected the big Spring clothing fastest growing clothing in America Schwabs of 1 Eouisl Specials 18 and20canbe this at our store Call and see display formal Spring Opening Saturday March 1900 i I i I iII MT NO NS LEflDINS OkOTHIBBP- HONE 77 I I MT VERNON VERNON Communicate 24 LANDRUM Louisville Goocbland spending Albright evening- j Branaman Conway yesterday spending thought manMrs condition changed Saturday Sunda- with Hutchison sday Scaggs Carter property Livingston Brown was Wednesday soninlaw Anderson who sometime trouble1s up Stanford Tuesday hopeful George substantialA Jarrett Johnson Saturday morning Springs Monday i this and store Spring Summer styles Clothes interest styles dressy invite They N1VN1IVI9P 47PMgP7P cy- A W Stewart is here froH Mad isonA B Furnish is in Cincinnati 9this week on business Mrs Vess Moore and children of Lebanon Junction came down Sun day to attend the funeral of her cousin Miss Bessie Miller LOCAL Fish Brand Slickers and Suits at J FISHS Dr W A Jones bougnt a 4 year old horse at McKee last week for I35 The brick layers are here ready to commence work on Cox Bros building R B Sams has moved his restaurant from the Fish building to the Adams building near livery stable F Kruger Son have begun work on the Court house at Stan ord They are now taking the old one down F R Asher has sold a onehalf interest in his store to T N Noe Mr Asher bought Mr Noes inter est in the Dailey property FOR SALEA brand new pair of Toledo Computing scales I have quit the grocery business and will sell these scales cheap J FISH Mt Vernon A JFish is having a glass front put in his building bought of J Fish on Church St Stare Proc tor and Fred Hayes are doing the work Mr Fish expects to open up as soon as the carpenters work is completed G M Ballard a mighty good solid Republican and a splendid gentleman bind of a worthy family is a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle county and H hope will be nominated Somerset Republican vThere were 175 attended the Christian and Presb terian Sunday schools at this place last Sunday cols56withian S S has started Red and Blue contest and their attendance has Thhe e hoes and girls Send them Magazinne 5PIctorial One Pictorial Pattern 15 T 265JA11National Dailyor Physical Culture add TS cts each tpxatioye JV P E DRUMMOND Livingston The Mt Vernon base ball team will present the big 4 act comedy aTt the Court House in Mt Vernon next Friday night March isth and at Brodhead in the hall over bank on Wednesday night March rjth Also at Livingston on Thursday night Marco 18th This is a andnif wortifornascome and nth yDont fo get the places and dates 7 1 Let Fish fit you once and Fish wilt fit you always Dont forget the play Breaking his Bonds at the Court House next Friday night March I2th We hope to be able to have regular correspondence each week here after from Broadhead and Livingston Dr Walker Owens of Pongo had a good pair of mules drowned in the Rockcastle liver during the flood last week There are lots of good shoes but Star Brand shoes are better Sold exclusively in Rockcastle by J Fish Mt Vernon E B Cox has sold his interejt in the store at Sparks Quarry to The W J Sparks Co He will continue to run the store and work for the company J Fish and W LRichards have started work on their lot on Main St They expect to put in a hand some building on this lot one that will be a credit to the town The Winchester Granite Brick Companys plant Bt Dudley this county has re stitnedpezation a gain after ljvingbeen cloyed since December isi This will furnish em ployaieut to 25 men Quite a crowd of Woodmen wen down to Brodhead to attend a meeting of the M W A MrJ-W DeHart State Deputy of Louis villa was present anti gave a very interesting talk on Woodcraft Mt Vernon is not what we can a boom town but it is one of tb fastest growing towns in Keutuck and in a very few years will be one of the best towns tn the State We have already some of the best anttthing needed can be found here you do vat have to send to the big mail order houses for your goods Take a loo around town and you will patronize your home merchants Read the advertisements and spend your money at home and you tuaj get this same money in your pockets again soon while if you send it away you are hurting your self as well as your home merchant and bank Think it over DEADOne of the saddest deaths that ever occurred in our little city was that of Miss Bessie Miller which came last Saturday night about nine oclock had he been in poor health for several months In December when h nephew Miller McCoy was tak down with smallpo she took charge of him and waited upon him duruing his sickness About the time he began to recover she was token down herself From this she did not fully recover when fever set up and in her weakned condition could vat long resist the strain All that could be was done to relive her but of no ata Miss Bessie Was an exceptional girl and had many wgrm friends who deeply mourn her death Her remains were laid to rest Sunday afternoon iu Elmwood resurrpetir on 9 Q y 1 Biggest show of fine neckwear in this county is at J Fishs Born to the wife of Chas Bowman a fine boy named William Schwab clothes are good clothes and have lots of style to hem MtjVernon WANTED To buy a good com bined horse IFMt Vernon Ky Pure blood Plymouth Rock eggs for sale 60 cents per setting of i5 Mrs S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky CLOTHES PRESSED Yojir clothes cleaned and pressed while you wait and at a reasonable price W M MUOINS s Mt Vernon Ky FOR SALEOne pair of Toledo Computing Scales Will sell cheap Reason for selling is that I do not handle groceries and dont need the scales V FISH Mt Vernon Dr Charles O Gray President of Washington and Tussulum College Tennessee was a guest at Laugdom Dormitory on Tuesday otBrawn Memorial school at chapel exercises Jonas NcKenzie exchanged d acres of land near the corporate lim its of Mt Vernon to Rev C C Metcalf for his farm near Maret Mauicn farm Mr McKenziepaid differ ence of about 1400 This has been a week for moving iuMt Vernon Mrs Anna E Miller moved to the W T Smith property also moved the pis office to same building Dr Dyche moved to property vacated by Mrs Miller having purchased the same from W J Sparks Mrs Aunie Shumate moved to Brodhead and W T Smith occupies buildin which she vacated NOTICE = Pictorial Reviews i year 100 One Pictorial Pattern 15 Hamptons Magazine r yr 150 Total 265 All for t5o For Womans National Dally or Physical Culture add 75 cts each to above 7 J P E Drummond Liviagstqen b Lawrence which occurred last Fri day was very sudden and came as a great shock She had been sick Jess than a week She was at the home of her son J 01 Lawrence homeIwas than a month ago Her remains were taken to the family burying ground tlnear Level Green for interrment Her serious misfortune in lostp by fire tier home household effects and about topjn mopes together with the infirmities of old age no doubt had much to dowith h Uddeajcde IA sensation was created at Brush Creek Station on Louisville aad Nashville Railroad six miles east of here Saturday morning when John B Drew rushed m aily Into the depot revolver in hand seek his young wife Having seen him approaching she ran down the railroad and hid in a cut in the road where she was discovered by Drew who deliberately fired a shot into her back the leaden ball plowing through her body Turn ng he fled into the hills and has not been located Mrs M F Bow man mother oi the victim arrived Tuesday morning and made the startling declaration that passed under tbe assumed name o Edgar Walters when he married her daughter in Walkersville Ontario Canada eighteen month ago The marriage therefore was illegal Mrs Drew regained conciousness sufficiently enough to relate a hare rowing story of hardships to which she had been subjected by the man she thought cvas her husband Shortly after their marriage when she was but 16 years old the couple came to Hamilton Ohio where Drew found employment in a facto ry After a time he lost his joband their funds were soon exhausted Determined to return to his home forcefd to have her hair clipped and don an old suit of hi j clothes As two boys they rode a freight Kingos Mountain making stops at Danj viille Junction City and VlcKinuey where they tyorke long enough toI to obtain food FromKin js Moon coun1tryRockcastle county whet j relatives gave them a start in life Tyhat was four months ago Mrs rew who Waltters but who as a matt r ofXfact was Miss Edith Bowm as b e had never been legallj marrie began to longfor her na ive Can a dian home and her mo her for Detroigwhere she promised to meet he 1 She told her husband that sh desired to make the visit and her mother had sent her a He became suddenly enraged and threatened her life She slipped a way from him Saturday morning and was waitin for the train when he arrived and fired what is believed to bae been a fatal shot She was carried the home of a neighbor where she is being cared spunnwomen was informed vesterda that her husband had serves save years in the penitentiary for the killing of his 17 year old playmate Jesse CKilders The deed was a matted when Drew was eighteen and he was released two years ago and after drifting from one point to another finally landed in Canada where he met the girl die Kille Childersa short distancerfrom t lagst la removed the ball and the victim bas recovered sufficiently to return to her home in Canada with her mother who came after her No Drenhatter keep going the otfetr way r NOTICE Of application for restoration to cit izenship of Wyatt Allen The undersigned who was con manslaughterin County at the September Term 1902 will aslf the Governor for restoration to citienship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objections WYATT ALLEN NOTICE Of application for restoration to ctt izenship of Hamp Mize The undersigned who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter Rockcastlfe Term i9o2 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objections HAMP MIZE NOTICE Of application for restoration to citizenship of Roberton Burton The undersignd who was convicted on the charge of detainiu a female against her will in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term 1904 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objections ROBERT BURTON NOTICE Ofapplication for restoration to citizenship of HENRY Cox Henry Cox who was convicted ofvoluntary manslaughter in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term I9o4 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objections HENRY Cox tNOTICEOf applicaton for restoration to cit izenship of Wmis Allen The undersigned who was cop Wicted of r Rockcastlt e Conhtyrat iVlav Term 1903 will eask the Governor for restoration to tvitstate writing any ALLEN I NOTICE Of application for restoration to cit izenship of Joseph Owens Joseph Owens who was convict ed on the charge of larceny in Rockcastle Circuit Court the term tlYle bny fire in 1873 and the applicant does not remember the term at which tmhe Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governer and state in writing any objections QwItNSdheWe say without hesitation th De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pll are unequalled for weak backache inflamation of the bladder and all urinary disorders They aVe atseptic and act promptly in all rases of weak back backache passdd rectnmtnd them Cfcas C Davis VJ rFOR SALEto bares nice clean hay 50 cIs per bale 60 bushels nice seed oats 60 cts per bushel J J SMITH Feb 26 3t Hiatt Ky NOTICE Of application for restoration to cit izenship of Richard Mullijs 1 he undersigned who was con victedof manslaughter in the Cir cuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term 1896 will ask theGovernor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objections RICHARD MULLINS The railroad rates involved in the famous case of the City of Spo kane Wash against the Northern Pacific and other railroads were held by the Interstate Commerce Commission to be inherently un reasonable The decision says the Eastern rates to Spokane were higher than to Seattle a more dis tantpoint Tha wheat market rallied sharp afternoonhowing to a revival in demand for the cash grain of which for the day aggregated more than 100000 bushels In a decision rendered in the United States Court of appeals in Cincinati the union men win in the case of the Typothetae of America agaiust the International Printing Pressmens Union The House by a vote of 172 to 175 Tuesday rejected the ship sub sidy bill The vote was taken after debatecrowds of the session Rear Admiral Charles S Sperry will be relieved of duty on March 8 as Commander in chief of the Atlantic battleship fleet and Rear beenIappomtl IS place iSuow has been falling almost without Interruption since Sunday over Central Europe and it is still coming down Railroad telegraph ic and telephonic communication is greatly distturbed The credentials of Senator Stephenson of Wisconson were laid before the Senate by Senator Nelson of Minnesota and were orderee to be printed and to lie on the table W H Tilford one orthe vice presidents pf the Standard Oil Com pany died at his home in New York He was a native of Losing ton Ky OASTOBEABears Signature lhaKiadYouHatalhaalsEoug6i Jfit ROY L ERITTQN INrm = PAPERHANGER AND DEC RATOKt u Havings bought W A Carson s specialIy All Work GuaranteedJ ROYsL BRITTON t Mt Vrno t A careful alwayskeep wiTh BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism Cuts Old Sores JontsCorns JMrsberrr Mo writes I liave used Snow Liniment and cantsay enough for it for Rheumatism and all pains It in tobaveThree Sizes 25c SOC 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by Chas C Davis KILLS WOULDBE SLAYER A meaciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liverand bowels preventing that clogging that w p invites appendicitis curing Consli Ipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 2SC at Chas C Davis The battleship Ohio one of the oldest ships of the fleet making the long cruise around the globe Was awarded the trophy tor the vessel using the least coal and water on I the trip h GRIND i Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take 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 Nsfues substitutes Prloe SOo Sold by Chas CDavis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS ManUfacturer ofnnfl and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr 4 1 fff gTOMAOH DISTRESSJ Every family some Diapepsin in the house as anyone of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night WiJl1diminulesaft rwardI youlorfill you or lays like a lump of lead I in your stomach or it you have heartburn that is a sign of Indi gestionAsk our Pharmacist for a soj centcase of Papes Diapepsin and take one triangule after supper to night There will be no sour risings no belching of undigested fool mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizzness or Intestinal gripidg This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseOU3 odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery be bause it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your Phar macist waiting for you These large 50 cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dispepsia or In dige- stionw1IrE Cam Vermifuge S THE GUAIUHTEEI mm REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI IMITATION THI BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold by Chas CDavis WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE j Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University n 3 v LEXINGTON KY t1r EDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGRAPHrliy EWRlT JfXNG TFLEGPAPHY taught i REFERENCE Thousands of successful grddnatS including 200 in banks 200 officials A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic young Smensand women to qualify themselves for a higher and more lucrative fidd pr usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists ofhookkeeping business arithmetic penmanship commercial law merchandising banning joint stock manufacturing lectures business practice mercantile correspondence etc SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY specialties havespecial teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with the 1 business course SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 3S oo N0 vacation Enter now Graduates successful ThreerobWsifprUadiesr- VvLadXiteachers Over 100 ladies in attendance the pasryearV including v the daughters of merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Good boardlng homes College open day and night Begin now For particulars address 4 H WILLBURR SMITH 1C fj Lexington Ky If XrV f X j rI ra J = to p ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CdUJpV aUDCe Wtaraftrftboria l to announce 6 fj BALLARD aS a candidate for County Juclgebf TlockcastidrC6unty subject to the action of the Republican party V are authorized to announce L in rHURJJM asa candidate for Judge neItionWe are authorized to announ e W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject maryILEWIS as a candidate for County Attor ney of Rockcastle County subject to the acti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J ICELEY as a candidate for Shenfi- of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion ot theRepublicn party We are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Court Clerk We arc authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbje t to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce VT FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party Wc 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 partyIty Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer pf Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We tire authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized tq announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockc stle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORD as a candidate for Jailer of RockcasUe County snbject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican maT We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer Qf Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CAR ROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We areauthorized to announce G W DECKER as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County s bjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are atithorizec to announce TAYLOR CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the republican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFER ON as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRYas a candidatefor Superintend ent of School Rockcastle county subject to the actionof the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle county subjecto the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We arc authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the R epublican party We are authorized announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican pary t For CircultCourt Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON is candidate for Circuit court Clerk of Rookcastie County subject to the action of the Republican Pri mary vl v Welire authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of4 Rorkcastle County subject to attion jqf the Republican mary Lj5rIlTlIClerk of Rocim stle Bounty subject to the actionof the Republican party We are authorized to announce F GkH FIN as candidate for reelection- f r the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Judge 28th Judoi Dist AVe are authorized to announce HON ILJ BJffHURQM as a candidate r Circuit Judge Twentyeighth Judicial nistrict ct1pose of RockcastleWayne P1lski Clinton subject to the action of ttie Republican par tv t It E i i Commonwealths A1torneYj We nre authorized to announce L JRVIS ns u candidate for the vRejiublican nomination tor uomason yiilths Attonicy in the sSth Judicial Districts bJcct to the nctirn oi the ke spublicau party For Coroner We are authorized to announce WADE LIVESAY as a candidate for Coroner of Rockcustle county subject to the action of the Republican party POK MAQI3TZATK MaJistrnte We are authorized to announce CHES subject to the action of the republican party COMMISSIONERS SALE r ROCKCASTLK CIKCUIT COnRT Nannie Hunt c Plaintiffs Vs Com Sale Virgil Hunt c Defendants By virture ofa judgment ard eIat December term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for saleat the funt door ot the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ken tuckyto the highest and best bidder at public auction on Mon day the 224 day of March 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and oclock p m being reg ular County Court d yon a credit ofsix months the following described property to wit Located in Rockcastle Counts Kentucky bounded on the north by the land of George Burton on the east by the lands ol John S and James Purcell on the south by the lands of Nannie Hunt and on the west by the lands of George Burton and containing 14 acres more or less and known as the Jesse Dameran tract of land For the purchased price the pur chaser must execute bond with ap proved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must be pre pared tocom ply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master corn Rcckcastle Circuit Court WAS MIXED OFTEN Some remarkable stories are being told about town and amon the rouniry people coming in of this simple homemade mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix by shaking well in a bottle one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound f Syrup Sarsaparilla Take as a dose one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime No change need be made in your usual diet but dring plenty of good waterThis mixture has a peculiar tonic effect upon the kidneys cleansing the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tissues forcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the uric acid and other pOisodous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A druggist here who has had hundreds of calls for these ingredients since the first announcement m the newspapers last October stated that the people who once tryit swear by it especially those who have Urinary and Kldnev trouble and suffer with RheumatismAll in this neigh borhood say they can supply the ingredients which are easily mixed at home There is said to be no better bloodcleansing agent or system tonic known and certainly none more harmless or simple to use SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develope into pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar no only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lung so that nb lserious results need be fearedAv The genuine Fpleys Honey andr Tar contains no harmful 4rugs and s in a yellow pack age Reiuse substitutes Chas C Davis KILLTHECOUCHArnCURETHE lingsItw 1 FOR c0U0148 OLDS PtICIII ANI ALLT1IROATANDLUMGThOURLE OUAZANTXED 8ATXSPA0TQ1 OK XOXXY BXPTJNDXD O 81Jf 0aIeants fl a21Z f ViJ 1 iijjr 19 r 1 i7 = JOVE CDelayed letter r Round Stone creek was higher Wednesday than it had been for many years John Treadway I ho has been working near Corbin for some time is with homefolks this weekMrs Sam Bryant who has been very low is slightly improved Miss Minnie Riddell was in Mt Vernon shopping Thursday Elder and Owens are instructing a class in vocal music at Chestnut Ridge Jasper Owens and his sister at tended church at Maple Grove Sunday and were the guests of Mr land Mrs Cbarley Helton Mrs Bullock is recovering from a PhlemIBullock near Buckeye Saturday night and SuridayE S Owens has moved to OrlandoEmmet Bryant and sister Miss Myrtle oft near Mt Vernon visited Mrs Sa- mBryntlastMoudayG R Cotton has moved to Dock LangfordV farmMrs Joshua Boreing came up from Livingston last week to bi with her sister Mrs Sam Bryant who has been very sickThe protracted meeting at Maple Grove conducted by Rev Parker closed Sunday night How can any person risk taking some uukuown cough remedv when Foleys Hunev and Tat costs them no mow It is a sale remedy when Foleys Honey and Tar costs them uo more It is a safe remedy contains no harmful drugs and cures the most obstinate coughs and colds Why experiment with vour health Insist upon having the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Sold by Chas C Davis Mrs Nancy Ratcliffe living in Lincoln county near McKinney Station died at theageot 105 years Before the days of railroad trains she made two trips on foot to Missouri SEEDS 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 peannls seed potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion sets garden beaus garden peas all kinds garden field and flower seeds land plaster and fertilizers Write us for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEKD Co 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn RW DYO- HEDNJIrIrMT VERNONf KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhectd Marble Work ODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D 13 ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSDentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be iri office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed jATTORN VERNON KY- flOFJICEr MTJ On 2nd floor 0 The Bank of Mtyernbn on Church street Special attention giver to collections Phone No S- oC3 MeCLIRY Undertaker Embalmer taj11IJt2LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by attend edproUlptlyj II 1 cA1aRji1A tLCofloL 3 PER CENT AV ge vll f IJ flessandResLContainsneitIitr4I NOT NARCOTIC 1hII twoOfu1PQN2TPflUJEJ1 i ltw SmI 4JiiijiaIILI + seStt + r4JriJthftlnrilkd ilii A erfcctRemedyforCanstI- patioiSourStoiaac1lp1arroca a WormsConvulslo11sFcwnsll- nessandLoss OF SLEEP 11I FacW AH v or YORKjjl 0 II liIII 320 rurtee un r Eo icExact Copy of Wrapper t AsirornA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature JLJY of IrVdf t- Jr In pp- w Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA l J i BARGAINS I MtVWJi OH W6 For the next thirty dayS we are going to offer our OVERCOATS a bargain VA J5f iw i i I 8 at uoh 7 at Seo f SG at 400 I 5 We have only a few of these ftso come early andl let us show you how we can ave you money g 1J McKENZIE SON g Phone 93 8 1V4 r t i= x = W IBARGAINs us iN IN EVERYTHING AT A C Hiatts Bargain Store Come and see what you can do for cashor produce Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are the best A C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY = p JICrampsThousands of ladies sufferagonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphati cally and positivelyNO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering I E CJ4flJ32 It Will Help You I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Ho3 kins of Cary Ky Ihad female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get relief but failed and at last began to take Cardui Now I can do my housework with ease and I give jOardui the praise for the health I enjoy Try AT ALLD tTGSTRES