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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d rY = pIdol ish ed Eery- y t FHday u nIt vieu tgn IVOLUMEUII MT VERNON C CASTLE COUlTtKY FRIDAY MARCH 12 1909 NUMBER 25I 2uax POWOEl delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins- The only Baking Powder Made from RoyalGrape Cream of Ta- rtar3cOxYF The Mimbres VaffeyN- EW MEXICO LAND OF SUNSHINE A great buildingup elimate Dry air1A1ti tude 4383 Best in the world for all lung troubles No mud No bad roads Soil produces in overabundance The coming valley of the coming iState Held back for years by ranchmen is now beingsettled rapidly Now is the time to get in on g the ground floor If interested write giving idea of what you want Address exactly as follows Desk S The Dymond Company Deming New i Mexico fi E l tUPiDBRTAKBB I All by I U Phone 94S Hugh is sober as usual and is still in the ring for Circuit Court Clerk Wlhen Mr Griffin was making for Clerk six years- ago lie told you if you would efor him once more he would not ask you to support him again for Circuit Clerk Now you see very readily hoW heis to his wordT If a man owes you 0000 and he tells you be will pay you on i certain date of course you naturally look for him fb do soil But i Hie J doesnt com ply witli his promise what has he done Isnt Mr Griffins promise to the this county just as binding To be plain with you dont it look like he just wants to use you as a tool And is 7 t i s R c Our line of Couch Caskets II is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to nilparts of II the county Orders Wire Promptly Filje- dtWE I COXI I HUGH MILLER hiscanTass myrunderstandingis sticking Republicans I Makes trying to run it over you thinking probably that you have for gotten what he promised you The flimzy excuse that he probab ly hasto tell you th the has had many people to ask him to run again looks rather weak For you know the Repu blicans our county are not in the habit xf begging people to run for an office Wehayfl got too many that can fill our offices who are competent rGriffin knows he has has had the office12 long years now He also knows tere are others who are just as good Republican as he who need the offi eand can do the work just as well as hira self Now dont you think a little division along the Hue wouldbe just par ght or is it right to turn an office over to one man and deed it to him especially after he is connected wth banking ins titu tions and is a money lender Think fellow Republicans about this We are poor people and if this office is good for one Re publican it is good for another The Republicans of Rockcastle cMinty are honorable upright sensible people and 1 do believe they will see that Mr Griffin sticks to bis promise Now good people do you bq lieve in good schools for ihe purpose of educating your boys onojder that they might be able to iill the various stations of life Now if you bel eve these things are you going to rob your boys by continuing in office a man 18 long years and one who has said he would not be a candidate again for reelection Now people if you believe in good schools and this theory of giving opportunity Then do not perpetuate the same one in office tow if Mr Griffin was my contending opponent and i had a show of election I would f say by so electing him you would t rOb your boys and others by giving a service of 18 long years t to one man Your boys would have grown to be old men in r that length of time Are these y long terms in office to the best interests of the party and to the couuty Think of this and answer as you may Friend I onrin a while I hear of some Re i publican friend saying Hugh might do so and so again Now lets see if we cant reason a little with the word might and see if it is a fair conclusion for you to settle upon When you have your minister of the gospel to j come to your churches and preach the w6rd oflod what is the bonA and sinew ofhis remarks I in hissermon Isnt it the fact 1that he dwells on the word re formation dont he try to ex leadIlieve every one of you will agree friendsIW daily walk You not only know it from hearsay but you see it with your own eyes Now is it right for you good people to throw him down and give him the cold shoulder when he has reformed Is it Christian like to tell him that you are afraid that he might fall again or is it right to hold him up by giving him your right hand and telling him you are proud of him and speak words of encouragement to him or is it right to cast him oft by saying to him oh you might do so and so again Friends I leave this for you as good people to decide which is right and proper Again if I should live loo years and at the expi ration of that time I should ask you for an office and at the same time I had lived asI am now living would you say that I might do as I did Io2 years ago So dont you think it would be proper and right to discard old might from your minds and help a manwho is teyingvto live as he should Especially one who has picked himself up out of a rut like I was in over 2 years ago Friends I told you in my speech exactly what I would dp if elected to this office I not only promised you that I would keep a clean and sober off ice and will do tnat I know my opponent may tell you that I may drink again or that I am now drinking- But you as sensible Republicans as I know you are will weigh that as only a political scheme and will neyar Jet them gull you into believing such bosh talk You know that I have got more sense than to ask my Republican friends to vote for me if I had not been 1iV ngasa man ought tolive and leading a sober life for over two years now So I hope you will not be misled by listening to such talk If you hes anything that worries you In regard to Hugh all Laslt ytni is to nivestigate it thoroughly before you believe iU i have li t said to you before that Jdid not fear the truthsfor truth is mighty and will prevail So dont worry yourelfln the least If you vote for me I will never betray your confidence but will keep my promise to tholetter Ands I said before Elected I will serve you as clerk as best I can And above all else I will keep a clean and sober office So look out for all kinds of false reports and bosh talk I have told you my dear people that Hugh did not fear the truth when I say that I mean it Since I have become candidate I want my opponents to tell my republican friend just anything they see proper id regard to my past record just Jlso they state the facts and truth I was very much amused the other day when one of my si porters told me that he supposed lmy Opt ponent woud tell the people about me being beforathe county court some years ago and tried before 12 good men to determine which was the best place7they could send me whether to the asylum or a private sanitarium for the terrible habit of drink Vell I told myfriendthatl I did not care for that I said jf my opponent sees proper to tell the people that they are perfectly welcometo do so I also said it would be the truth Butt said to him Do you know what kind of verdict the jury brought in Be said No I have forgotten I told him the jury said they could not send Hugh anywhere The court said why ts They then told the court Hugh was the smartest man in town0 So friends I thought that was quite a compliment I told thejjpebple that I would not care to tried every day if such kind Jfldsa that could be said me The fact about the matter dear republican friends is this if my dear father who is now laid to rest could have managed to have sent me some where and could have confined me where I couldnt have gotten hold of liquor at all I would have quit sooner than I did and could have enjoyed life in a much more pleasant way and could have been a pleasure to my family a dof some value to my county people So Hugh will not be scared in the least in regard to any old thing that my opponents can hatch up and tell on him The good people of my county know me Now dearopponents crack down and say any old thing you please you will find Hugh ready to answer it correctlyand honest ly I want to say again to the republicans of Rpckcastle I am fighting my own battle in this race and not a soul put Hugh on the track but himself Inow thank you for your kind attention and I also hope you will do all you can for Hugh in his race for clerk Will write again soon I am your friend HUGH MILLER- P S Stick to Hugh hes allright THE LURIED GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the Dest doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only Soc Guaranteed by Ghas C Davis Heartbroken because his dream of having an intercontinual railroad to open to commerce the fertile valleys of Central and South America had never materialized Hinton Rowan Helper former Uuited States Consul General at Buenos Ayres committed suicide at Washington IT SAVED HIS LEG Alt thought Id lose my leg- writesjA Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure hadat asllai llnefa1P rh Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Erupt ions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Eever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts andEUti2S tt Cha s C Dvi flhI LIVlNGSTOfl Mrs E J Carson of Crab Orchard is visiting the families of H D Magee and J H Browning Dispatcher Lemons was in Louisville Wednesday lastDr- W J Childress will take Thomas Jones to Louisville tomorrow to have his eyes treatedMiss Alice Ward and Miss Ella Stanly are visiting their brother at Gravel Switch John Mullins caihe in from Lafollett Tenn on a visit John is looking fineJ W Baker is in Louisville this week buying goods J A Oliver went to Knoxville last week to buy his spring and summer stockof goodsJim Burton acsonot W H Burton is at home from Central City visiting his parentsH L Delph will go to the city in a few days to buy his spring stock of goodsW G Rivers has moved into Mr Chewnings property it the upper part of townThere is some talk of the New Livingston Coal Company beginning work soonMrs Bill Graves who was very sick is slowly improving Tlie little son of Alvin Reynolds who has fever is some betters John Baker who moved into the Baker property has moved to Berea and his brother Bill has moved into the house vacated by John John Treadaway from Cove whowas caught selling whisky Saturday night February 27 was arrested on the first dayroli1 this month by W H Burton trra- nd finepj5ooo and ten days in jail 1 Dr W j Childress reports that a little child of Bob Payne had an eyeput out Monday Mr Payne was driv nganail when the hammer glanced and struck the child in the eyeA little boy by the name of Schoonover happened toa very serious accident Monday He rode a freighttrain to Perth and while there went to w alk in front oi a train when the train struck him and he was knocked several feet Dr W J Childress was called and at this writing he is some better So much for boboeing H D Magee L N yard foreman will quit boarding and go to house keeping He will move over the river into his beautiful cottage Harry is a mighty good man W H Burton the bustling marshal is kept busy hunting up the violators of the law He hardly sleeps day or night and Where least expected be most always shows up There is lots of sickness in this locality and the two doctors are kept busy and we can say one thiv g for them they have no superiors and very few equals Dont think we wish to boast but we speak where of we knowrIt looks like prosperity is sure coming now Mr App Taylor section foreman doubled his crew E J Anderson has doubled his crew and H D Magee has taken on more men Bowman Cockrell have begun repairing their mill and will in a few days begin sawing which will require several men and H L Delph is having logs cut and hauled to Livingston and giving such prices that they are bnnging them for miles So you see Livingston is not dead but has only been waiting untilthe fourth of March to have a new President A RELIGIOUSAUTHORS STATEMENT Rev Joseph H Fesperm n Salisbury N Cwho is the author of seyeral books writes For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricltenwitha severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white set ment and i passed same frequenlv day and night I commence 1oley Remedy and the pain graduaUvabatedandfinallyc- eased and my normal I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy Chas C Davis EoR SAIaIf you are looking for a good farm ata great bargain One that you can run machinery over 1 have one that I dont need CalLOn me at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R HLBWIS EoJeys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs aid expels colds Get the genuine in a yellow pcka- ClaLC e Dtvii V r Established 1867 Are Drugs Necessar Do Drugs Cure Disease Can Nature be Assisted It people were born right and afterIlived right there would use for medicine Every doctor knows this So do other wellinformed people One thing more Whenapersoulives- wronglyoracqulresbodliyweakness by heredity medicine can do only very little Medicine cannot cure him Only charlatans claim that medicines will cure disease Medicines may palliate symptoms Medicines may urge the powers of Nature to resist disease Med icines sometimes arouse the efforts of the human body to right itself against de- rangements This is the most that medicine can do A man accidentally puts his finger in the fire Instinctively he wets his finger in his mouth then blows on It for the cooling effect This is no curo lIe knows it very well But it makes it feel better for the time being People eat unwisely This produces dyspepsia or indigestion Tho only rational euro is to eat correctly Yet if a palliative is at hand the pains of indi gestion can be mitigated the throes of dyspepsia assuaged The medicine cannot be said to have cured It simply palliates disagreeable symptoms The cure must come through rightliving Take Pernna for instance 1T6 one claims Peruna Is3o cure for dyspepsia But Pernna will stimulate the stomach to perform itsltmction properly Peru na will Increase the flow of digestive fluids without which digestion cannot be carried on at all Itwill increase the relish of food the appetite It is admitted that all this can bo accomplished by right living but there are so who either will not rer do not knoVtllowto eat correctly that a tremendous amount of good can be done by the wise use of Peruna A stoniaefijthat has been frequently Sbusecl performs the function of diges tion very lazily Such stomach allows the food to remain undige ted for some time after it is swallowed TliIs leads to fermentation of tho fpodsjotir stom aohis the result This goon week after week until the bloodSpolsoncd With the products of fermentation This condition is very apt to produce rheumatism Itis not claimed that Peruna will cure rheumatism Nothing will cure rheum mtism hut correct living But it is lalmed that Peruna will assist a badly Abused stomach toperform its work Hot water bottles 75 to 150 Fall City ooc 2 ft- 85c1j to 250 J 200 Breast pumps 35c Trusses simfont 100 Trusses Adult 125 to 350 If a person would correct his habito persist in right eating and temperat ways the stomach would right itself the blood would rid itself of the poison and would be right But as said before there are a multitude of people who will not or can not adopt right methods of living To such people Peruna is a boon A dose before meals will assist the stomach to do its work Tills preyents f menta tion of the food brings about normal digestion and all the train ofjlls that follow disappear In other words Pernna is Helpful to those who live badly or those who have acquired some chronic weakness Pcrnna does not cure but it assists the powers of Nature to bring about a cure The whip docs not increase the power of the horse to pull a load but used it stimulates the horse to use his powers at the right time with out which he could not have pulled the illustrates the effect of Peruna or any other good remedy upon the sys tem Taken at the right time it calls forth the powers of the human system to meet the en roachments of disease and thus cuts short if not entirely ends the diseased action No one should ever attempt to substi tute medicine in the place of right liv ing In the end such an attempt will prove a disaster But an occasional use of the right medicine at the right time is a godsend and no reasonable person will undertake to deny it Those who know how to use Peruna find it of untold value By and by the world will get wise enough so that through correct living no medicine at all will be needed But that time has not arrived In the meantime whil the world is that perfec tion in which all medicine will be dim mated Peruna is a handy remedy to have jn the house Slight of tho stomach j slight catarrhal attacks of the liver the throat bronchial tubes lungs or bowels these attacks are sure to lead to grave diseases and can be averted by j the judicious use of Peruna Wouldnt you like to read a few un solicited testimonials from people who have used Peruna and who stand ready to confirm tho above statements con cerning It If so address the P runa Drug Manufacturing Co Columbus Ohio and we will send some prepaid l Bargains K 3cin Drugs 7 I tvinol thegreat flesh producer 100 Guaranteed This is the time of year to take your spring tonic So ii not vinol we have them all Give us a chance to show you syringe Fountain syringe sprayLadies undoubtedly everything indigestion judiciously loadThis approaching derangements YinoI 1 r Eaton Hurlbut box paper 25c to 5fic Kora Linen paper in lbs 30c Acorn Lin paper in lbs 25c Imitation papers in box 25c Ledgers from 25c to 350 Note Receipt and any oth er Irind of a book you are looking for jl1 CHAS C AVIsLeadugDl i3JC3IC Phone 89 33DK3g MT VERNONggisti c3 J3ccEU G BAKER Pres M B SALIN CASHIER aK DR W J CHILDRESS VPres F L THOMPSON JR Asst R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHURUM Attorney PEOPLES BANK I fOAPITAL 2000000 X Come and see us in our new home andw give us your business Start a savings account with us and you If will be surprised to see how rapidly it willA growf by laying aside such amounts each E week or month as is not required for bUSi ness or no matter small QXTryvinced i We pay 3 per cent on time deposits oP 100 or more when left with the Bank sixS months or longer cc3 D xc Xi FTTs OAIJIOftXA J- xIMnt 8II KitI4YOIMM AM JSt1IpMve IirJtve t tl r Kv id II e XJflSC O L1 rV li O EIstIofl I Walk Over for Men TheseSoelw over alL They have no equal None as good 3 SO and S4QO American Ladyhave styletand market 3OO and 350American ruI I T 1 V RUBBERS i RUBBERS H 1 Li LI Li I LI X3xp l r t For Men Women and Children We have only best To buy them saves you from sickness To buy them from us saves you money ryFALL WINTER OF i 1 J4C Lo T H I N G 20 Suits at 15 18 Suits 14J6 Suits at 13 I Suits at 1010 Suits 8 t i1fI1 f t c i ff 4 4 r=h F KRUEGER SONI Phone S7 4 rr Opposite DepotW MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Mch Is1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application 1 MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION JUDGK A B Anderson of Chicago before the famous Standard Oil Case came tor hearing after reversal by the U S Supreme Court instructed the jury to find not guilty and the 29240000 fine against the Standard Oil Co is a thing of the past Now that the Standard is released so far as that charge is concerned wonder if John D is going to hold the string for a while longer or will he allow business to resume its natural course The 29240000 fine against the Standard Oil Co is the logical reason for the panic which has been for the last year and a warning to those leading the prose cution to let upor suffer the consequence An appalling situation that a one man power such as the Standard Oil Co with John D Rockefeller at its head who has such a power as to be sills at any time to say what shall and what shall not be Are we a free people or what are we Nothing pld be more discred itable or more surelO destroy its influence than the injection of pol itics into the State Farmers Institute There were unmistakable ev dences that this was done in the institute held here One of the ev therdelarge representation from thejraoun tam counties Twenty of these Counties0 heretofore only three or four of these countie have been represented Another evidence was to vio late all precedent bv taking from the chairman and also from the district the appointment of the committees and selecting them by a resolution naming them from the fixr of the instiute The purposeI of this was apparent It Lat Mr Moorman of the Second District as a member of the State Board Not because he was not efficient or faithful but because he was a Democrat The Republicans had a decided majority of the coun ties and they used the majority to accomplish their purposes which were in this particular of a partisan nature ElizabethtownTewst LOCAL Ol TION The people of Rockcastle county know what local option means Something over counties out of one hundred and nineteen have adopted a law prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in their respective since the local option law has been in force it has been shown that the of arrests convictions jail etc have diminished by more than onehalt so much so that the office of jailer has become in many places so worthless that the state has been asked to male it a salaried office in view of the fact that the tees for rendered and the profit ofboarding prisoners juts been so reduced that the jailer cant support his iaiiril especially in dry territory Some people in Rockcastle county do not kno iv that nearly three fourthsof alHhe expenses of state government are the result of criminal prosecutions and that perhaps 80 per cent or more of crime is directly or in directly caused by the use of liquors The liquor business furnishes more business for criminalcourts than all else combined b Yh dav in the police courts of large cities andsome small towns a long docket of new and con tinned cases are everlastingly onII trial where saloons exist x The point in all this argument is the enormous expense that is incurred in criminal prosecution brought about by liquor It is not necessary nowwto say anything about theruining of homes the t i debauching influences that blight younglives and all the train of evils that surround us on every people ot Rockcastle know this and they know how much has been accomplished by local option and some know how much more could be accomplished by local option and some know how much more could be accomp lished il every officer in every neighborhood would do his duty Every officer of this common wealth takes a solemn oath to perform the duties of his office to the best of his ability and there is not a law on the statute books that cannot be enforced if the officers will do their duty There is just one ether thing in this relation that but few people in Rockcastle know that ought to be known The local option law when advanced to County Unit di mensions is the most powerful and the most dreaded foe to the liquor trade When applied to every county in Kentucky the liquor traffic is doomed If Kentucky alone was the field in which this contest is raging it wouldnot be worth the ink and paper on which this article is written but state wide isa- feeble expression The subject is worldwide and we are in the fight to win There never has bees a time when the fight has bee 1so fierce The trade io one state punishes the patty that opposes it by electing state officers of the opposite party In Indiana the republicans are punished in Kentucky the Demo crats goralickingand so it goes Fi u ally tto lightto be4 no wn by friends of temperance in any form that the liquor trade sends drummers into all dry territory intoxicants distributing literature and are employing attorneys to defend boot leggers Blind tiger men furnish money to pay their fines and in every way to defend the local option laws that now prevail Every town can furnish and most of them do furnish its walking blindIYaw breakers especialiv laws that interferewith liuor falling It is their bpsiness to ifqtIJi thefstufi c cV These Shoes more comfort more more wear for less money than any other shoe on the We have a pair of Lady Shoes in our show window that are woitli20 We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them jcCpC83 1 jfcoqgjjac the AND LINE at 2S fft e whom controling ninety counties expense sentences services intoxicating sideThe selling f that causes men to kill to rob to commit murder to destroy homes ricbIcustomers as possible and when one is thoroughly made he is a customer for life as long as he can take wife and childrens food clothing and means of education to pay for the stuff The good people of Kentucky are not going to stand for this sort of thing any longer The people of Rockcastle are going to stand by their officers They stand for good government and they kuow there is not one elment of good govern ment in the liquor trade nor in the stuff they sell If any body can prove to me that the use of liquor is good for morals good for health good for the family good for the church good for widows and taxationlgood stump or bea drummer or do any thing even pray for the success of the saloon Fellow citizens we know it is a curse on us all and must cease Will we do our duty Very devotedl- yJ W VAN WINKLE NEAR DEATHIN BIG POND It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering 1Jsbe writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was in curable Then Dr Kings New Discoverybrought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It wurkswonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages XraGrippe Asthma Croup Whoop ing Cough and all byCbas1C Rheumatic Pains relieved by we af Dr UilM AntiPain Ims25 rfose 25 eta NOTICE FOR RENT Store house located in the center of Livingston Ky formerly accupied by Baker Whitehead The business heretofore has been ro con to t5ooo pervear This is a tine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business Forfurther informatibnyaddress Jany T ADAMS Bat E 3fii VernonKY J 7 This is the most dangerous time of theyear 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 butEdren especialy like Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup as it tastes so good nearly like maple sugar It is sold by Chas C Davis- WANTEDSuccess Magazine re quires the services of a man in Rockcastle county to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods usually effective position permanent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications salary 150 per day with commission option Address withreterences R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York We say without hesitation that DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled for weak kidneys backache inflamation of the bladder and all urinary disorders They are atseptic and act promptly in all cases of weak back backache pasnsAcceptrecammend them Chas C Davis BLOODe We live by our blood and on 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 freshed bone 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 foodr to keep the blood rich When jt fails take SCOTTSEMULSION It sets the whole body going again man woman and child oasisflfeurcents to cever postage aad we will sead a CelapletetiaadyAtllretheworldr COTf1KWNEV4Q FMdSt N w Yak i gx3c I GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I Weekly CourierJournal HENRY WATERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Demo cratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a vear but you can get the WEEKLY COU RIERJOURNAL and the SIG r3oifder to this papernot to the Cou rier Journal DAILY COURIER JOURNAL A YEAR e SUNDAY COURIERJOURNAL A YEAR 2 We can give von a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper IOLEnIlONDTABa- to the cotudfc alaikaIalnwts W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAREjAL WtYS ONHANDit dt Our work isguuranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky KILLS WOULDBE SLAYER A meaciless murdereris4I 2 i It citis with many But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Cdnsti pation Biliousness Chills Malaria atlChas COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine Cures backache and irregularities that if neglected might result in Brights disease or diabetes Chas C Dayis DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE If so we can help you We have already put hundreds through callege by means of our plan Write today for full infor mation regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college 2931EastMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I FoleysOrinomorning the fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orino Laxative saved his life1 A Wol kush Casimer Wis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always BNght Bears the tur80fCk4 Wcluy FURSNii1tK stir WiFeather TcHow Bcwwmx fiiniraji SealYe14OWRodMs3ApyleWIM WaGlSlllr7alAMtrti or a iiii Mfchmc Rtewar eHi Leaf Wridefar weepoeelirt sad ffat M Sallie A SMW mE Mflrket St The best known pills and the best pills made are DeWitts Lt tie Elly Risers They are sihal1 e certainngs t IIVLRIWIN SIGNAL I fT VERNON KY Mcb12 1909 11Call up No 7Q hen vnttoCornmurIwith SIGNAL z9 j tooisviLLc R R Co TIME TABLE 122north 437 P m 24 north 352 a m 11I 23 south 1201 p 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as sec ndcns8 mail matt- erPEBSOIAL Mrs Elizabeth Taylor has been very sick this week Mrs Anna Miller was in Louis yule Monday shopping J Mr and Mrs L R Hughes were up from Stanford to spend SundayClay Gentry has pneumonia and was very sick Monday and Tues day Atty John W Brown spent Wednesday and yesterday in Louisville 1Miss Sadie Richards has been very sick for several days but better now Miss Risse Williams has returned from a several weeks visit in MemphisOscar the Gum Sulphur merchant was here for a few hours MondayMr Mrs W T Davis are the happy parents of another fine girl at their home Mrs Bart Sams was reported sick Tuesday but we understand is better at this time Joe Norton of the Vabd section is reported very sick and has been for several days U G Baker was in Louisville this week buying new goods for his mammoth store Judge L W Bethurum is hav ing his pretty Richmond street home covered and otherwise re pairedMrs G S Hiatt is in Louisville buying her Spring and Summer millinery Mr Hiatt accompanied herMrs Cleo Brown has returned from Louisville with a beautiful lipe of Spring and Summer milli neryMrs Holmes of Crab Orchard who use to be Miss Lillie Thomp son visitedher grandmother Mrs W M Poynter A W Soward was here Sudnay for a few hours on his return from Lexington where he went to attend the burial of his mother- F Krueger was in from Stanford Snnday and reported a good start tearing down the old court house where he is to erect a new one The Mt Vernom Base Ball team will present Breaking his Bonds at Broadhead Wednesday night It will be worth your time and money to see it O V Jarrett writes from Hot Springs that he is better and the Doctors there have guaranteed him a cure This we are certainly glad to hear They pronounced his trouble psoriasis Ben Parrett who is a naturalar chitect is thinking of going to Cincinatti to take a special course in designing drawing etc He de signed several plans for houses and have been pronounced by those competent to pass judgement of being first class We believe he ha- sclbiightfuture before him LOCAL pastIDont fail to see Breaking his bonds at the courthouse t9 night iAn 10 O F 1odwIlibe or- g nized at Wildie tonight Mt Ver non will do he installing Sparks Davis expect to start business at Sparda near No tunnel in a short time- S B Ramsey has bought a new refrigerator has his meat shop up injunning order again He is just west of the railroad crossing FOR SALI5o bales nice clean hay 50 cts per bale 60 bushels 13seed oats 60 cts per bushel JJ SMITH Fb2 3t Hiatt Ky + 1 FOR SALE Good clean seed oatsT x PREJ HAHN Mch 12 3t STRAYED Three screw ersJ markedwith three ksor file notches One umbrella with name Maret cut on handle James T Meadows sold to S H Martina lot on West Mnin for3i5 This is one of the most desirable lots in tbewest rart NOTICE All parties bavirg timber to put in for the handle company will please do so by the 20th of this ILMrs Harve Pitman died Sunday night at her home near La1 gford of post parturn hemorrhage The last account the baby a girl was stillalive and doing nicely John Fredericks died last Friday night at the home ofhis son George Fredericks near Sparks Quarry John was an unfortunate being and like the great majority who journey through life as he did his last days were full of sorrow and misery Paris Sowder has bought ofW A Fisher the barber shop Paris although young in years and experience is somewhat of an expert jn his line a dis giving good satisfaction Mr Fisher will continue to work in the shop on Sat urdays and days of public gather ings Tohn J Jones of this place has perfected a device for measuring logs in the tree ascertaining the exact number of feet in a tree no matter how large or small Mr Jones has secured a patent and feels confident that his invention will find a ready sale with timber dealers A H Hamlin bought of Rev C C Metcalf the 40 acres of land which Mr Metcalf bought of Mr Jonas McKinzie This gives Mr Hamilin one of the most desirable farms in the county part of which is within the corporate limits of the town and rest just out Mr Hamlin says he is now a fixture in Mt Vernon Little Leonard Davis son of l and Mrs W A B Davis got his thigh broken in two places while out with other boys playing Sun day A small boy of Mr W H Forbes was up in a tree and fell out falling on the Davis childwho was standing under the tree The Forbes child escaped uninjured News has just been received from Chas R Brock of Denver that Elmer Brock had just finished his examination in the University of Coloradc and had stood first in his class by two per cent Imme diately following this Elmer was offered and accepted a position in the office of the Attorney General of Colorado at 1200 a year He will begin work at once with flue prospects of a successful career be fore himEd Bruner who has made good in local athletics for the past three or four years has just signed a contract to play with the Richmond team in the Bluegrass League the coming season Ed is a fine specimen of physical strength and will develop we believe into a fine pitcher and all round athlete London Democrat Some people are found in every little town who because of mlIreed ing or more frequently a cross ug ly preverse unamiable disposition are unwilling to extend the merest formal courtesy The greatest old bear that ever came from the polar regions is that sour surly self contained ill conditioned man says an exchange When you pass him on the street you get no friendly re6 ognition He may possibly emita strange gutteral sound which in the nomenclature of the well bred and refined is likened unto the grunt Q a hog as it disports itself from its wallow Such a man has hit the world on the wrong side or was born in the dark of the moon and often himself thinks with his neighbors that it was an everlast ing pity that he was ever born at apeproochlngcold other along your spinal column at a Nancy Hanks pace When he has departed a relief takes possession of you and you thank the Lord that he has wisely distributed these sur ly sour old bears and they do not ruminatein one community The old bear is the bitter weed at all social functions church circles po liticalgathering and in business life Avoid him wherr you can for you do not feel like an angel for a time after the interview with hinvl 7fr tt k j re Ewi 1Imz s 2c 3K3 IVeve Got Em All g V Beat ITo a Frazzlef i7 fa Bank Were toOferYou One Dollar Gold Pieces For 50 Cents What Would You Do i ip you desire everything Clothes that money can buy here the place to get them you r iW1nten ALL WOOL Spring Suit of Green Blue or j a It or any other color cut in the very latest I styles with k k I T f FANCY CUFF SLEEVES AND PEG TOP TROUSERS Iveare j the people to see We get something i new k every day and we always show you the new i Lhihgsfirst1 i GREEN HATS Sib it ot are the proper thing for Spring Get under one M RjI and see We pave all the new styles v I EASTER TIES READY M ifc Ff lE f t ir r W ij J i J i I r f i J THB FLAOE T9 BUY GOOD CLOTHES I i PHONE 77- j II T OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS it w W A Fisher and Ohambeis Oldham have opened a butcher shop in tie room near R L Me Ferrons place and will be prepared at all times to furnish customers with fresh meats TAKEN UpAwhite ewe came to my place about six months ago Owner can have same by proving and paying all cost and damage- J F Li VESA Y Mar 13 3t Wabd Ky TAKEN UpA black and white spotted boar weight about 125 pounds Came to my place about six months ago Owner may have same by proving and paying dam age FRANK LAY Mch 12 3t JPine Hill To the Democratic Voters of Broadhead and Brown precincts W in is If By the requests of some of niy friends I wish to say that I am candidate for Justice of the peace of the foregoing precincts and it elected will serve the people hon eily and impartialy to the best of my ability Thanking you for yom hearty support at the Election in NovemberRespectfully submitted MELVIN OWENSI BKODHEJLD The meeting at this place con ducted bv Rev Barnes of Danville Ky continues with great interest having had about forty additions J W Butchesonjis in Cincinatti Will Fish and W S Fields of Mt Vernon were in town Fri day nignt in the interest of the Modern Woodmen Miss Ora McGowan of Salvisa and Miss Aba Thompson of Mt Vernon were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs J W HutchesonT G Frith oui hustling timberman has heenover on the KC loading sev era Tears of logs the past week Mrs Anna Shumate formerly of Mt Vernon has moved to our town and we gladly welcome her She occupies residence near the depot and is always ready to serve and old time country meal jn that hospitable way Mrs T Ti Hilton of Stanford and son are it7 jt1 j m are pleasant visitors itf our little city Urban Cass who has occu pied a position in the p pot at this place has accepted a position on the Southern firingDr Carter sold two horses this week at a very handsome priceRev Sipple of London flied his regular appoint ment at the M E church here Sunday lastJno E Evans one of Broadheads hustling salesmen has purchased three lots of Thos Cherry and will erect some nice residences which will be a thing of beauty for our littlf town Joe Laws better as Uncle Joe movedljis family from Lyons Sta here where he his charge of the Lyons Lumber CoIno Robins has baby Miss Emma Eitsjf London is the attractive the family ofW T lvausR Gentry iShflnt among us agah He has been attending lafscoqand is now talking electjon td thes boys Edd is asplendid 3ouna manand will be heartily supported here J Thos Cherryf1ns just returne4 from an extendtjd trip to Cincinnati where purcha nfj lull line of Spring goods Victor Tate of Mt Vernon is spending they week in Broadl ead and vi ciniN M B Bowling and A M Htt spent Sunday ii the Hiatt sectjbrV NOTICE Of application sr restoration to cit izenship of Frank Mu ins Frank Mullir s who was convicted of Voluntar mans ughter in the Rockcastle Uircuit Court May Term 1903 will ask tie Governor for pardon and estora ion and cit izenship and al who object wilt notify the Gov rnor and state in writing any obj ction F ANK MiiiitrNsiv NI E Of application f ir restoration to cit izenship of Richard Mullijs The undersigned who was con victed of mans lughter in the Cir cuit Court of Aockcastle County at the SeptembeV Term 1896 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state iii writing any objections bv t r RICHARD MUTILINS 33 c INOTICE to cit iz nship of Wyatt Allen The undersigned who was con victed of voluntary manslaughter in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term 1902 will ask the Governor for restoration to citi7enship and all who object will notify the Governor and staU in writing any objections WYATT ALLEN NOTICE Of application for restoration to citizenship of Hanip Mize The undersigned who was con victed of voluntary manslaughter in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term 1902 will ask the Governor for restoration o citizenship and all whoobje t Avill notify the Governor and state iwriting any objections HAMP MIZE TTICE Ofapptictionforrestorationtocitizeship Tile undersignd who was con vicced on the charge of detaining a emale against her will in the ir ult Court of Rockcastle County at t September Term 1904 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who object will notify the Onuprnnr and state in writing any objections ROBERT BURTON NOlfep- licationQ for restoration to cit izenship of HENR Cox Henry Cox who was convicted of voluntary manslaughte in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at the September Term 190 will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship and all who objgc will notify the Governor and statel in writing any objectionsF V HENRY Co NOTICE Of applicaton for restoration to cit izenship of Willis Allen The undersigned who was con Dieted of voluntary manslaughter in the Circuit Court of Rockcastle County at May Term 1903 Will ask the Governor for restoration to citizenship audvall who object will notify the Goernoranc state ib writinganyvobjections fWILLiS ALLEr NOTICE Of application for restoration to cit izenship of Joseph Owens convictIedRockcastle Circuit Court the term of court cannot be given as the Court records were destroyed by fire in 1873 and the applicant does not remember the term at which he was convicted will ask the Governor for restoration to citizen ship and all who object will notify the Governer and state in writing any objections JOSEPH OWENS The tobacco growers who pooled their tobacco for two years and by their sacrificies and hardships and devotion to the cause of op pressed farmers brought the arro gant Tobacco Trust to its knees and advanced the price of tobacco from 7C to lycts continue the good work by pooling the 1809 crop But they do not propose to and will not carryall of the burden and let the hangeison reap the benefits If 80 per cent of the growers will join with them in the pool well and good Ifnot then organization will be laid aside and every man for himself can go licketysplit to see who can get rid of his tobacco first before prices strike the 56 And he will sprint some i1beg- ets to a buyer before the pri e slides from under him The fellow who has been upon the top rung picking the choicest plums while the poole steadied the ladder will find his perch shaky when the poolerigets tired out and makes for the topi branches too It is only a question of who will hit the ground first or hit it the hardest Richmond Climax GRIFFINS LL QldMarch has returned with its usual story wind rain and sun shine Many farmers of this sect ion are preparing for the coming cropJ B Cummins attended church at old Ml Pleasant last SundayMuch damage has been done here by the recent high waters The merchants of this vicinity are all smiling again on ac ccunt ofJhe egg market Arid oh- whata good time forte ladies who so patiently feeds and cares for 4 l biddy through the cold winter stormsDebord Lathim bought a hen last week that brought 80 cents by weight Miss Fannie Debord has returned home after an ex tided visit to her sister Mrs Wade Brown of McAlister I TWin field Cress and family visited at Gaines Cummins last Sunday Wm Hurst of Level Green was in our midst last Saturday on business The farmers of this neighborhood have joined the farmers telephone company and are putting a line from Good Hope church in Pulaski county by way of Valnut Grove and Level Green thence up the Crab Orchard road to the cross roads near J L Hastys thence the Mt Vernoi road to Jack Suttons who is located on the Mrs Ellen Baker farm May the good work go on until it reaches Mt Vernon so we would have communication to our place of business over the lineI Cummins of this the county in interest of his race for county court clerk Charley Carmical who has been a standing candidate for jailer for four years canvassed the west side last week in the interest of his and is well pleased with the out lookWell Mr Ed the writer saw 12 turtle does in one flock last week Do you reckon winter is over or is it just saying that pap and mother tajght us thirty years ago You know mother Iwaysniade her soap light moon in March and stirred itwith a sassafac stick oPrLtzti lhs y ws Ih- fL1iligutvt d a f ROY L BRITTUN 2 IvrmtJ 1APEfl1lANE1t AM DfC UATOlt Having bought W A asonsd- utside right will make a sehifll I ofouthide cvork All Work Guaranteedi Jio DYL BRITTONMt h Mt Ky You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than c this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it isweak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the T body requires that you eat a suffic lent amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol di gest the food Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by it rest and Kodol will do that r J4LJ JtLj- w Ll SHIELD WEARS il WELL J TALK ABOUT SPRING CLOTHING Now is the time to buy and Shield Brandis the kind to buy WHY NOT This is the first Spring month and a suit bought now can be worn longer than if bought later assuming that it is good enough to start with co last through the sumner and until cold weather comes again which is the case with Shidd Brand Cloihing sold at seven prices within the range o- fSIO the lowest S2e the highest The price is on the sieve and the lable on the collar Look them over Iif F KRUEGER Vernon ON ILtWhat the food you neecf digest it giving Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to you delayWe price of the bottle purchased by you largebottlefamily We could not afford to make such an offer unless we positively knew what Kodol will do for you It would bankrupt us The dollar bottle contains 28 times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is made at the laboratories of EC DeWitt Co Chicago DAVISI DO =PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS = FUNERAL DIRECTORS lAND = RS H j Mt Vernon Ky E COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of E work for the company = ST Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to allfoints5 EA FURNISH WH KRUEGER 3 E Pnone Proprietors UUUUUUU1UUU1UU1U1UUUIUU11UUI1111UU1H1U1UIU11U R r The Old ww ReliableII m v g IjJ Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at jjCheapest SIC DAVIS ISouth Side Main Street MT VERNON KY Ii Hw v ConVenience ofthe Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in i vestment because the risk of loaning individuals is avoid j ed As an investment youcan compute the net returns accu i rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw part or the entire amount atany time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the J bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We willpayyou aregu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if youwlllcaliat the bank rE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED v MT VERNON KENP- UCKcccpc II TL IKlIN UNJEMi 4TS COUNTY JUDCE We ant authorized to nnnoimce Cr t IAl lARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rock utle County subject to the action of the Republican party rW are authorized to announce L W BETHURUM as a candidate for Judge of KocUcastle subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W AI HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject o the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce S D RWIS as a candidate for County Attor icy of Rockcastle County subject to the icti6n or the Republican party F Sheriff We are authorized to announce T VICELEY as a candidate for Sheriff- f Rockcastle County subject to the ncj ion ot the Republican party We arc authorized to announce G S RrFFIN asa candidate rShedff oft ockcastle County subject to the action1 T the Republican party q For County Court Clerk We are authorized to nnnoxinco G JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun Court Clerk sbject to the action of ho Republican party We are authorized to announce nELIX BOWMAN asa candidate for ounty Court Clerk sujecb to the ac ion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rock dstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authoriied 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 MULLTNS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are uithorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS It CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORJ 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 W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer ef 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 ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce G W DECKER as candidate for Jailer- f Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican prunary We are authorizee to announce TAY CO CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcaslle county subject to the action of the republican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFER OK asa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rock astl County subject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend ant of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle conn ty subjecto the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools Rockcastle County ubject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W BAKER as a candidate for As lessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the R epublican part JA1YIESPROCTO of Rockcastle county subject to the ac tion of tIle Republican party We are auhorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subJtetto the action ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Cotht Clerk of ockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce HL SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action ofthe Republican party We are authorized to announce 1 P GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection- r r the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican patty For Circuit Judg28thJUdc9Diiit We are authoriedto annouiace HON B J BETHURUM as a candidate for Judicialnistricttulaski and Clinton conntieSjV sub jectto the action of the Republican pjirr tY7 r jLT CommonwUalthMttornOy JW are authorisiett to announce JUDGF M L JARVIS a candidate for the Republican nomination for Common vealtlrs Attorney in the 2th Judicial District subject to the action of the Re publican party IForCoroner e to announce WADE as a candidate for Coroner of Rockcastle county suhject to the action of the Republican party IFOR MAQISTZATB e are to announce CFJES M8JP5tratesubject to the action of the republican party COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKtASrLE CIRCUIT COuRT Nannie Hunt c Plaintiffs Vs F Com Sale Virgil Hunt cDefendants- By virture of a judgmentaridj order of snle of the1Deemherhall proceed tc offer for sale at the front doorof the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ken tucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 22 day of March 1919 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being reg ular County Court day on a credit ofsix months the following described property to wit Located in Rockcastle Count Kentucky bounded on the north by the land of George Burton on the east by the lands oi John S and James Purcell on the south by the lands of Nannie Hunt and ori 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 approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid aud having the fOtce and effect of a judgment Bidders must be pre pared tocomply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcasile Circuit Court EASY TO MIX THIS What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the artical taken from a New York dai1ypaper giving Vlsiuipfe pre scription whi Si is sad to be a positive temely for backache or kidney or bladder derangement if taken before the stage of Brights diseaeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime Awellknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the in gredients are all harmless and can be obtained at a smallcost from anygood prescription phar macy or the mixture would be put up if asked to 00 so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would uot be asplendid remedy for kidney aud urinary troubles and backache iSjit has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing t hese most important organs and help ing them to sift and filter from the lqod the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE La grippe coughs are dangerous tS they frequently develope into pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but eals andstrengthens the lung so hat no serious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harm ful drugs ana isftn a yellow pack ige Refuse substitutes QasQ Davis President Taftheard the merits jf controversy Over the rules of he Houieof Representative argued by several of the insurgents and by Sereno Payne the majority floor eader but cleverly avoided taking lhand in the fight The in urgents promised Mr Taft that delayliKILLTilECOUCHAND KingsNoW FOR cVI licLiDa 1 1lieAII ALL THROATAuLIJNmotJuL UUAJrDIitAOft r QUAIL Hvmgeen no Q nil hems in the dear old Signal for some time thought 1 would XHne forth again Services were held at Bethel from Saturday night until Sunday night conducted by Rev Foey James Thompson wio was shot still remain iu a very serious con ditionThere has been some talk of a post office I eing esablished at P Q Griffins about 27a miles southwest of Quail Morns Taylor and Elhert Elder will leave for the west soon The little child of D E Herrin has bronchial ubleAuut Margaret Reynolds is very low andnpt expected to live but a short while The result a cancer of the tongue Jack Mullins is numbered among the sick The rain in abundance has retarded the farmers very mu h with their work W G Parsons of Livingston is spending a few days with relatives in this ection Elder and Owens say they art getting along splendidly with their snging school at Burr How can any person rik ak 1g some uuknown cough reined when Foles Honey and Tar costs them no moro It is a safe remedy when Foleys Honey and Tar costs them uo more It is a safe reme v contains no harmful drugs and cures the most obstinate coughs and coldc Win experiment with your health Insisf upon havine the genuine Foleys Honey no Tar Sold by Chas C aisIRuth Bryan Leayitt odes daughter of William Bryan was granted a divorce from W H Leavitt yesterday at Lincoln Neb Mrs Leavitt and her mother ap pearedIn the court of udg Corn ish and both alleged that Leavitt had not contributed to the suoport of his wife There was no defense Mrs Leavitt was granted the I custody of of the two children J SEEDS r Weship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sellciver grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peas soja beans peanufs seed potatoes cabbage plants potato tJ and tomato slips onion sets garden beans garden peas all kinds garden field and flower seeds landI plaster and fertilizers for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEED cot 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn R W DYCHE D B NTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Work OPHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will bein office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JSrOFFICE On arc floor o The Bank ofMt Vernon on Churc- hstreeLSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 GMcOLRYj- jnderaker Emha1mer3 tUipItejTNE of C a Robesc SkI Orders ly Telephone attend iprckmp1y Stanforc Cy t ILiMALCOHOL 3 PER CENT A gefable PreparntionforAs simUatlng the ness and RestContains 112lt- mOpilUl1tforphine norNiaeraL Iit NOTNARCOTIC- 1ii llrrtjnfilJMfMLlPI1l1EII f il1wpfbdii racij1t4I Lion Sour StoruadiDlarrlioca- FacSimile Signature at 4tiw j Exact Copy of Wrapper I tS CATimA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA I cx c d 3c- I SPRING SHOES J Our Spring Shoes are hi andwe want you to come in and inspect oui line We have everything in Men Women and Childrens LOW CUTS that you could wish for i Come in and let us show you how we calf save you nlonernot only on shoes but every i thIngelse SONiPhone 98 GEC ccj cc 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