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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Published Every Friday o univini i9t1I IVOLUME XXII I VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUKTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 19 1905 NUMBER 26 I 80 lBaking Powder lbsDlutely Pure I Renders the foodmore wholesome and su perior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar l r 1ic i I lilfiitlillf111tt1tIR1111t411tlifltll111Rtt14111i1lt11t9iR11t1 f- tfxT L E VERNON CASKET DO 3 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS HAND E3IBAL3IEJRS Mt Ky rrs COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 = Coffins and Robes 3 E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points rri M w ro EA B FURNISH WH KRUECER 3 Pnone Proprietors 7lUl1UUllUU1U1U1U1U1U1UHUUUU1UU11UlUHUU UU11Ul1U I s I The n Old Reliable Ill It m- I Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be foundat 1 1 THE OLD lELIABLEjDrug Store in the jCheapest Cs countyJIll Side Main Str- eetVERNONK 1MT Y- l r Accountqpersons keep their money here as a permanent in IMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu Small 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 a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you 1 f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regular rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if W you will call at the bank X THE BANKOF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY L fI 1909 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY GETREADFREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governops Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERYTRUE OF THIS SPLENDID The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 83500 in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 23x86 inches The Chart alone is worth 150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the picture of its indin existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A page is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year A Historical and Political Directory of Kentucky givingPresidential Vote State Officials Area and Population U S Senators of Ken tucks House and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem IFR iacfteltr I SPECIAl PRICE bootie and Republican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip pines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted The Evenihg Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart will be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at 800 or for Six Months at J200 by Mail This price only for those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered by Carrier or Agrnt Send for and full description of the Atlas sanPteconr subscribe today get the Atlas at POST Louisville THE ATLAS THE POST William J BIyan in an inter view in Chicago impessed his auditors with the ideathit hawill bi a receptive candidate for the United States Senate from Nebraska in Ign i Vernon amounts rTO I I Augustus Willson I WITH THIS PAPER J FOR SATaIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Can on m 2 at Wildie Ky Jan 22tf R HLBwTss 7f 4h BttODHEAvD On Tuesday morning at 1015 our little tOWl was shocked by one If the saddest messages tlt could have been Lorn to our midst It was that Manly Albright the pldest son of Mrs Mary Albright of this town had suddenly met his death by an accident while out at his work traveling- I am sure I speak the sentiment of all when I sav there was not a young man in our town better liked by all than Manly He was noble ambitious and attentive both to his work mother and home He was well known in this and adjoining counties and all who knew him loved him for his politeness genial disposition and cordiality which he posessed and manifested to l1urds would serve as poor means to express the grief that his many heart broken friends ha e to be areBut to his mother brother and relatives especially do we extend our heart fat sympathy in their hour of bereavement A host of sorrowing friends accompanied his remains to the McKinney cemetery where they were laid to rest The meeting conducted at the Baptist church by Bro Barnes of Danville closed Friday lat wth 60 addition to the church It was certainly a power for good and we would gladly welcome Bro Barnes to our town againMrand Mrs Salin of Mt Vernon were the guest of I W Hutcheson and family first of weekHenry Anderson who has held a position with the L N forsome time is at home againFrank Brooks and daughter Mrs Hunt who have resided on Silver street for some eight months will occupy the property belonging to and recently vacated by Dr Benton He expects to devote his time to raising chickens principallyC H Ftithisin Lancaster Berea and Richmond this week in interest of the Consolidated Gas and Electric CoMr and Mrs Grant Sigman and little daughter Belle are the guest of John Sigman and grand daughter this weekMrs Wilrrot of this place Mrs Sallie Roberts of Gum Sulphur and Mrs Gran ville Leece of Copper Creek are visiting Mrs G W Brooks in WilliamsburgMr H H Hutcheson of Burnside Ky are visiting here as guests of Dr Gravely and family M B Bowling was in London SundayJ M Cress of Preachers yule is purchasing a good mumber of hogs in this vicinity The play to have been given at the opera hall here Wednesday night March 17th will be produced at a later date This troop was from Mt Vernon and we understand is well worth going to see A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS STATEMENT Rev Joseph H Fespermao 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 with a severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sedi ment and I passed same frequently day and night I commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy n Chas C Davis It is probable that the United States will send a special commiss ioner to Nicaragua to investigate the situation there and former Gov Magoon is prominently mentioned for the mission Extra ordinary military and naval activity on the part of Nicaragua prevails according to dispatches received at the State Department The Amen can naval force now in Central American waters is to be augmented in consequence IT SAVED HIS LEG All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown VisTen years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Erupt ions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 250 at Chas C Davis p j I J LAND STOCK AND CROP The 1900 Census gave the total amount of creamery butter made in the United States as 420116000 lbs In 19r4 the figure had increased 10531 480060 and it is estimated that the iQiofigures will reach fully 725000001 pounds Every spring youhear thecroak begunifruit crop has been killed This is not true for we have interviewedI several who are a9 matters pertaining to frit and they say the fruit crop mays get killed fartthefruit bearing Figures issued by the Department of Agriculture shows that u to January i last there were 201 640000 horses valued at 052000 on farms the ame list year vauel atIE6y53o 0001 There wert also duricg 1508 4053 000 mules 21720000 tmlch cows and 56084000 sheep JThe total value of horses mules cows and sheep on farm during they ear was 3163710000j The continued rains have greatly retarded all sorts of farm work Especially have theyl been a hindrance to tobacco raisers who have been anxiously waiting an opportunity to sow their plant beds Plowing is at a standstill and about all that can be done is to look after the stock The weatherman seems to think that be can improve the brand we have been having in a very short while which will no doubt be goodnews to the tillers of the soil The brood mare that is about to bring a foal should be looked to as the time draws near Any quiet paddock or pasture will be the next best place to turn her in provided there is noshedded barn froni to give Jber Jf theirnare is put in pasture care should be especially taken to allow no mules to go at large in it These creatures seem to have so much curiosity about a young horse foal that they will run it to death if tt gets separated from its mother After a few days however the foal is in no danger from mules o GOOD HOME RECIPE Get from any good prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after eachmeal and at bedtime The above is considered as the most certain prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and sliai the uric acid and other waste matter from the bloodwhich causes Rheumatism Somepersons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who hive tried it say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightestinjury- to the stomach or other Organs Mix some and give ita trial It certainly comes highly recommend ed It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was establish ed by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mixed the prescriptiou for our readers also recommends it as harmlessI Edward veteran pedestrian started from theIi New York postoffice at 420 p Monday on his 43oomile walk to San Francisco A crowd of severalI thousand persons cheered he stepped off up Park Row with a band mounted police and a detach ment from the Seventh Regiment- in attendance Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the genuine ina yellow package CbasQ Davis IIIII There is a report that E H Harriman has in mind a scheme to bring about a mutual under standing in regard to traffic arrangements between ail the railroads of the country and a uniform ity of rates that will be generally to the benifit of the stockholders and that the conference which is to be held at Pasadena while Mr Harriman is here will be concerned more or less with the plan Not all of the railroad men who are to take part in the conference have arrived and nothing ot impor tance has yet been attempted Mr Harrman evidently expects that Congress at the special ses sion will make some amendments to the laws governing the Inters ate Commerce Commissionswork whichwould permit of the merger He seemed surprised over the fact that mention of the matter had not been made before Mr Harriman was asked How soon do you expect the railroads to resume works on the improv ments that were contemplated be fore the panic You may say he answered that ss seen as an amendment is passed giving the Interstate Com merce Commission power to ailow the railroads to enter into a mutu al agreealUentthat is permitting the strong roads of the country to extend their credit and protection over the weaker roadsjust so soon will long contemplated im provments be rushed through to completionThis of course the ex penditure of an immense amount ofmoney and I believe eventually it will result in reduction in the cost of operation and iiketiarges With complete victory almost within their grasp the House allies the insurgent Republicans aud the Democrats were deserted by a sufficient number of Democrats to save the Republican organization In the end the rules were amended in three important particulars and the men who have been fighting to break the power of the Speaker gained gaound The tension was high throughout the session and many times the debata grew warm Champ Clark the minority leader clashing once with Representative Dalxell and later with Representa tive Fritzgerald the leader of the Democratic deserters Mrs Augustus E Willson who was badly ingured in tirunaway accident Sunday is doing as well as her physicians hoped for but suffers much pain Her injuries are not regarded as dangerous F Cannot Praise Peruna Highly Enough for the Good it Has Done Me MRS JOHN HOPP M RS JOHN HOPP Webster AvoIGlendale L IN Y writes I have been suffering for tile past ten years with many symptoms incident to jmy age also catarrh and indi gestion I was weak and discouraged had no ambition could not sleep at night and lost greatly in weight- I tried other remedies but with no success until I commenced to take Pe runa I now feel better inevery respect can sleep well and have gained in weight I cannot praise Peruna highly enough for the good it has done Ime If any women are suffering as I did advise them to try Peruna and convince themselves Pernna has done me good I know by my experience that it is worth its weight in gold to anyone who needs it Italso took Manalinfor constipation in connection with Pernna and I found it helped me where other laxatives failed Now Well ef Catarrh Miss Malisa Jolley Parmele NO writes I have boon taking your Pe man and can say that Iam well of the catarrh I thank you for your kindness aid your advice fiyL C Established ISS7 Bargains in Drugs IVinol thegreat flesh producer lnp Guaranteed springtonicus a chance to show you Hot water bottle lotoL50 Fall City syringe obc Fountain syringe 2 ft 85cto250 sprayLadies200 Breast pumps 35c Trusses slmfont 100 Trusses Adult125 to 350 Vi noli IEaton Hurlbut paper Linenpaper lbs Imitation papers Ledgers from 350 Note Receipt er kind a book are looking CHAS DA VIS Aiding Druggist IPhone 89 NA MT VERNON KY r v i The Game of Business tr- meinheri R the game is being played has never ft- been played bafore while the opportunity is greater 3 f than before in the worlds history In every ft f Ythosejjj get busy and do your business with the Peoples Bank One who is wining bear responsibilities can little hope to keep place in the march of prog ress In this centuryof achievement one requiredto xk anticipate in advance the needs of tomorrow So start your account witlrus today large small and be ready yfk to morrow to meet them Wake get up and i with this line of progress g fInext crossroad there will be a guide sign So get courageous plucky and we will give you a pass ibook with a record of every junction post this busy road wN We will appreciate your company in our march With wishes PEOPLES BANK I r1 3tifa 3 L The Mimbres VaffeyN- BW MEXICO LAND OF SUNSHINE A great buildingup elimate Dry Alti s tude 4333 Best in the world lung troubles mud bad roads Soil produces in abundance The coming valley of the coming State Held back years by ranchmen is being settled rapidly Now the time to get in on the ground floor If interested write giving idea of what you Address exactly follows Desk NewtMexico r Ec3 3G yr ff UNDERTAKER 1J the All Orders by Wire Promptly WACOX948 MT KY E= S S 8 r THE LURIED Glow OF DOOM was seen the red face hands and body of the little son of M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors the poisoned blood affected his lungs and could save writes his mother bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum all Blood and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only SOC Guaranteed by Ghqs C Davis l box 25c to 50c Kora in lbs Acorn Lin paper in 25c in box 25c 25c to and any 6th of you for C Q rAfL as it ever line So ty not to his is 1 or for up set up V At the rj on Q best air for all No No over for now is want as f in H five who said had him But seven For yt 30c Our line of Couch Caskets J is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of county IiIi Filled Phone VERNON ro nothing Soresand Disorders WANTED Success Magazine requires the services ot 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 considerIwith commission option Address V with reterences R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldp 4Newy l S 1Vf r Y I id j I I = = Yh r r e1 t II AII Walk Over for Men i k QThese r Shoes walkover all They have no equal None as x good v 9350 and 94OO r I I r i j j1 J We have only the best buy them saves you from buy them from us saves you FALL OF it 20 Suits 15 18 Suits 14 16 Suits at 13 12 Suits at 10 10 Suits at J MT SIGNAL FRIDAY Mch 19 190g Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF I KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION i McCARTY the democratic nomi nee for sheriff of Lincoln county who won by 14 majority in late primary election has been awarded npmination by the democratic com mittee in contest of BOUR man his who it oppears is not satisfied and it is claimed will carry the contest into court We hope Mr Baughman may change his mind on the subject and not jeopardize the ticket We want to see old man Dink Farmer elected to the jailership an office he has so honorably worked to gain for many years THK new president has appoint ed a white man as collector for port of Charleston S C where the negro W D Crum has held forth for past eight years to the disgust of southern people CUBA simply cant behave and aint fit ten for self government and its only a matter of time until Uncle Sam will have to step in and annexthe whole patch INDICATIONS point to a clear primary and let us hope they point correctly MAY the best men win the coming primary LIVINQSTON There Jslotsoi 5iClaaesstiuthiS Sunday for Frith of Brodhead was here Mon v rr t day buying logsMiss Nettie Rice is on the sick list this week Thomas Jones has returned from Louisville and his eyes are much betterS J Kinley who went to Logmount to dig coal is a I home sck of feveRev Jameson filled hisregular appointment at the Fnptist church Sundaylhe Christian Endeavor meet every Sunday night and much good is accomplished James Poynter was taken seriously ill Monday supposed to be fever Judge L W Bethurum and C C Williams were here taking depositions in the Dees Mullins caseMiss Bettie Pennington who is attending college at Berea spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks She was accompanied home by Miss Hazel Hilton of Berea There was a wreck here last Sunday caused oy a car being derailed BillMrs Perry Dees who was very sick is some better at this writingJohn Farmer of McKee was here Saturday last shaking hands with his many friends John is jailer in county and new a for sheriff John I hope you will win I am a Demo cratThe Eight Gable hotel with J T Che wning proprietor is crowded No matter how hard the times get people will travelJ W Baker went to Berea Sunday to visit his son John who is running a store in that townR B Smith who bought and sawed the logs for the Ford Lumber Co here last summer is here loading his lumber H L Delph has added another room too store and is filling it with goods T J Niceley candidate for sheriff was here Monday talking with the boysProt W R Dickerson candidate for School Superintendent has entered the race for certain We believe the Prof will make a good man in that place if he can beat the other boys Hamp McClure who lives near here is in a very serious condition and not expected to live but a few days Dr W J Child ress was called tosee the little child of Mr arid Mrs Ed Whitis TuesdayJP McFerron was here Tuesday presenting his side of the question to eQaYs and telling them that he would be the next Superintendent of schools W H Burton made a flying trip to London Look out there is something in the winrlMrs J D Martin of Paris is visiting the families of W H Burton and Sam Ward Living ston although a small town wit nine stores can boast of the trade it gets The cross ties logs woos and lumber makes it a hustling townBill Stanley of Grave Switch has purchased the farm owned by a Mr Hanks Price paid 20000 Hanks moved to Virginia Stanl will move to his farm this fall Urban Chewning still makes his Sunday visits up Gauley branch Say Urban what is the attraction We believe there will be a wedding soon any one doubting this can ask Alvin Argenbright Bowman Cockrell have start ed their big mill and we are in formed that the Coal Co will begin work the first of MayO- M Griffin who is running an extra gang and who was located at London ishere doing some special work for the L N The Rail Road Co is having lots of trouble with the track between here and I erth The track is put up on sand and it goes down after such rains as we have had 6t late Distinguished men from every part of the country night attended a dinner at Washington in honor of Col John M Parker of New Orleans president of the Commercial Congress The occasion reflected in a marked degree the rapid strides which the made since it was launched three months ago as an agency for a greater nation through a greater South INEAR DEATH IN BIG POND it was a experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering ttsbe writes and several times nearly caused my death Allremedies failed end doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big pondPa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough andall Bronchial affections soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis f It i AmericanLac1y These Shoes have more comforts more style andmore Wear for less money than any other shoe on the marketS93OO and 3S0We have a pair of American OYWe do not want to soil this shoe but come in and ask to see them E 1Nf 111 r I RUBBERS For liens Women and Children To sickness To money AND WINTER LINE CLOTHINGat at 8- Phoiie F KRUEGER SON S7 Opposite Depot VERNON contestant leftlocalrtv GravesI Jackson candidate Monday Southern congresses thrilling II QUAIL E A Todd is still a candidate for matrimony Here is hoping him successW H Brown of Preachersville was in this section first of the week on business El ert Elder and Morris Taylor left or Crawfordsville Ind Snnday ast W r Taylor is on the sic- kstOn Monday morming Mob the 15 745 A M the death angel visited the house of Flora Thompson and claimed for its victim her husband Jas Thompson who was shot two years ago or more by Jeff DowelJ He leaves a wife and two small children to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and father Funeral services were conducted by Rev D R Gentry The re mains wore interred Tuesday in the Providence cemetery to await the final resurrection IIN FIVE MINUTES Take your sour stomach or maybe you call it Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastrictis or Catarrh of Stomach it doesnt mattertake your stomacltrouble right with you is your andask him to open a 5ocentrase ofPapes Di pepsin and let you eat one 22 gram Triangule and see if within five mintues there is left any trace of miseryTbefor your trouble is Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gastric juice your food is only half digested and you become with loss of appetite affectedI fullness after eating nausea heartburn griping in bowels tenderness in the pit of stomach bad taste in mouth con stipation pain in limbs sleepless ness belching of gas billiousness sick headache nervousness dizziy ness and many other similar symptoms If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts Ou or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you can make up yoiif mind that at the bottom of allahis there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good ai anythat there is really wrong Stop this fermental tion and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or miseryAlmost instant relief is waiting for you It ismerely a matter of lowsoon you take a little Diapep yin kn J 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 KennedJs Laxative Cough Syrup will act very promptly Its laxative principles cures the cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but natural action of the bowels Children especialy like Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup as it tastes so good nearly like maple sugar It is sold by Chas C Davis The dairy cow alone produced 800000000 last year The valne of all the animals slaughtered s estimated at 3000000000 Farms and farmers combined last year produced four times the wealth that the mines of the country brought forth The ex ports totaled over 1017000000 Truly this is a great country of ours and under the providence of God it has been wonderfully blest We say without hesitation that DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled for weak kidneys backache inflamation of the ladder and all urinary disorders They are atseptic and act promptly in all cases of weak back backache rheumatism and rheumatic pasns Accept no substitute We sell and recammend them Chas C Davis OA Sr0B iAIu theTheqignatare 11of BLOODWe it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it- Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTTS EMULSIONI- tsets the whole body going againman woman and child Send this advertisement together withname of paper in which it appears your address and four cents to cover postage and we win send you a Complete Handy Atlas of the World SCQTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York r e3C C3CC I GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky IM IWeeklyI CourierJournal HENRV WATERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 5roo a year but you can get the WEEKLY COU RIERJOURNAL and the SIG NAL both one year For 150 if you will give or send your or der to this papernot to the Cou rier Journal- DAILY COURIER JOURNAL A YEAR 3 SUNDAY COURIERJOURNAL A YEAR 2 We cangive you a combination cut late On Daily or Sunday if you willwrite this paper fOlmllOmANDTAB ctooB tho coati toad WACarson n WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed 11rA CARSON Mt Vernon Ky KILLS WOULD BE SLAYER- A meaciless murderer is Api i i li citis with many vIctims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Consti pation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25C at Chas C Davis J k COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 3oo3tc Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond thp reach of medicine Cures backache and irregularities that ifneglected might result in Brights disease or diabetes Chas C Davis 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 3IEast V IIlrIy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition t gave him two doses of Foleys Orino Laxative and the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well F levs Orino Laxative saved his lifeJA Wol kush Casimer Wis CASTORIAFor Flie Kind You Have Always Bought signaturofar4 Wo Buy FURSHides WeQ CamGoide t Wi1 ilIe r tc Wem dUIIL t iI1anypaaateatt or eoirio setua Rekreooe anjrB if Lpywiae WfMfr plczlilt std liippuf q Mt fatM A font22S E Market St LWISVILLE U The best known pulls aua the best pills made are DeWitts Lit tle Eily Ri es They are small easy to take gentle and certain and sod by Chas E Davis t f I 17 S MT VERNON SIGNAL FMTVERNON KY Mchh rg 1909 dI iCall up No 70 when want to Ccanatunr with SIGNAL 79 0 6 R R Co t TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m t 23 south 1201 p m 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent ii Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffic as secondclass mail matter j 1 PERSONAL Mrs DellatRowee is able to be out again CoIr was 1 Dr RW Dyche was in London a few hours Sunday The condition of Dr Benton remains about the same as last weekMr and Mrs C S Nield of Louisville were visitors here this week Mrs Sallie Marett of Bryants ville is visiting relatives in Rock csstleW G McBee and Claude Cox made a business trip to Louisville MondayMiss Iida Cook spent Sunday with Judge and Mis J B Lair near here i Mrs Ina Miller returned Mon day night from a visit to Lexington and Versailes Hugh was in Livingston Tuesday between trains and says he is a sure winner Cashier and Mrs J W Hutcbe son were up irom Broadhead for a few hours Sunday Mrs C D Sutton of Withers is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J V McKenzie Miss Bertha Jones of London spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sam Cox Grover Johnson is now chief clerk in the commissary for W J Sparks Co at Sparks Quarry Little Miss Emma Davis is spend ing a few days with her aunt Mrs Roberta Wallin at Gumsulphur Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson of Burnside were guests ot Mr Mrs M B Salin first of the w- eekrMrs J Fish and little son Jack are spending a few dais with Mrs Fishs mother Mrs A Maret near Wildie Miss Eva Fish is teaihingin ofrvery sick A G Bartlett secretary and treasurer ot W J Sparks Co has arrived here and is in charge of their offices Mrs Jonas McKinzie and brother Andy Baker were in Stanford at the bedside of Mrs White who died yesterday morning- Dr W A Brown and son Hend erson and daughter of Parksville were here at the burial of Mrs Su san Henderson Tuesday Jeremiah Frith the Broadhead log man is doing some shipping from Brush Creek Pine Hill and other points along the line Mr and Mrs Eugene Broyles of Indianapolis are visiting Mr and Mrs T J Nicely Mrs Broyles wh o use to be Miss Leona Catron is in very Poor health Very favorable reports have been received from our jailor O V Jar rett who is at Hot Springs Ark He is improving fast and will be at home within next thirty days We are glad to note Wm Wood of Round Stone whose health has been poor for several months is improving oa the Conway waters noted for their health giving qual ities Dr Carter Ohas HTjrt Ora Frith and M c Frith came up from Brodhead Tuesday to ac company the remain of their friends and townsman Manly C Albright to the home ofhis mother Mrs Mary Albright We are glad to know that Mr Henry Branaman who was operas ed on a few weeks since Is rapidlY recovering Mr Brannaman fell t several months ago and since that time has been suffering from a trouble in his side and for this he bad the operation performed j q r Master Bill Johnson is threaten ed with croup L is Ethel Baker of London is visiting MrsE S Albright Mrs Ah Sparks was visiting in Livingston the first of the week Mr and Mr J R Haes of Conway are the proud parents ot a fine boy Mr Authur Flat lery of Berea was here Sunday calling on one of t Vernon s popular young ladies 1M Miss Fannie tne pretty little of Mr W T Fren h of the Wildie section has been real sick this week but is improving- Dr G B Lawrence and Mrs G B Rice were at Parksville Sun day ty see their aunt Mrs Susan Henderson who died Monday night LOCAL Next Monday is Circui Court The big crusher at Sparda will be started up by April 1st Little Leonard Davis who got his thigh broken improving Wildie Lodge I O O F had twentythree members to start out with The brick layers began laying brick on Cox Bros new building Tuesday New styles and color s in mens boys and childrens hats andcaps at Fishs FOR SALEGood clean seed oats FRED HAHN Mch 12 3t F Krueger the contractor has begun excavating for the new building for J Fish and W L Richards Tip Langford has bought of R B Sams the resturant near liverv stable and Mr Sams with R B Shepherd purchased the livery stable of Arnold Henzemann Burdette McKenzie and J Tuck Bowling were in Livingston yester day between trains arranging for the play which the Mt Vernon base ball boys will give there to night The play entitled Breaking His Bonds given bv the Mt Vernon base ball team last Friday night was a good one You get your moneys worth See it at Living ston tonight and Brodhead Satur day night Dr R W Dyche is having some very decided improvements made on his residence on Main St The room which was formerly used for the post offiice he is having arranged for his office which will be a most desirable place Go to Mrs Cleo Browns for the latest styles in Dutch collars jabots and fancy belting belt pins fancy pins and breaches laces Swiss embroidery linen and Per sian lawns for waists Buttons plain and crocheted braiding ma terials The swellest colored em broidered shirt waist fronts lace and linen embroidered coat sets WHITE At Stanford Thursday morning Mrs Lydia White wife of James L White died at 4 oclock ofnervous prostration of which she had been a sufferer for many years She was a daughter of H H Baker of this place whom nearly everyone in the county knows and is universally respected The remains will arrive here on the noon train today and will be laid away in the Baker family burying ground one and onehalf miles west of town this afternoon Dr W A Brown of Parksville who has been here twice within the last thirty days to attend the burials of his two sisters Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence and Mrs Susan Henderson is a native of Rockcastle county a brother of Dr Jackson Brown whom all our people regarded as a great physician and a man among men left Rock castle and located at Paiksville near forty years ago He has been suc cessful in life through close ap placation and dilligence In his work and success he has always lent a helping hand to those strugglers who wanted to do some thing and has put many young men on their feet where he thought they had the right atuff in them While he has been deceived in some instances hesays he is satisfiedand will continue in the same old line laid out fifty or more years ago when he went into the practice of medicine The doctor is remark able well preserved for a man of 76 and from his regular habits it is predicted he will live many vears beyond the allotted span and when deatb claims him his prosing will be universally regretted c p3ceD3e 3G9e3x3e Jd14X i Weve tEJl1Al1fli S 3 Beat To a FrazzleIf a Bank Were to Offer You One Dollar Gold Pieces For 50 Cents What Would You Doy you desire everything Clothes that money can buy here the place to get them you want an ALL WOOL Spring Suit of Green Blue or f Gray or any other color cut in the very latest 1 styles with I FANCY CUFF SLEEVES AND PEG TOP TROUSERS v we are the people to see We get something new 7 8 J every day and we always show you the new X things GREEN HATS are the proper thing for Spring Get under one and see We have all the new styles a W 4i 1= YEASTER TIES READY W irj o THE PLACE TO BUY GOOD CLOTHES r 1PHONE 77 g OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS J 11 r Chas B McKenzie has accepted a position as clerk at Kruegers J J Wood merchant of Con way died yesterday afternoon of fever Send your friends some views of Mt Vernon New line just recd at Fishs Be sure and see the Flower Pot Hat Tub Turbans and Fritz Shelf Hat at Mrs Cleo Browns Call on J V McKenzie near depot for lunches and fresh groceries Mrs Sarah Rickels has been very sick at the home of her daughter Mrs W T Davis but is better Mrs SusanHenderson aged 74 years died Monday at the home of her brother Dr W A Brown Parksville where she had made her home ever since the deathof her husband Less than three weeks ago she came to Mt Vernon en joyining the best of health to at tend the burial of her sister Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence and little did she think that so soon would she he cared upon to pay the same debt Returning to her home she was stricken down with pneumonia death ensuing in less than a weekMrs Henderson was an every day Christian The beautifying in fluences ot a pure religion were spread over a life and character as spotless and charming as was ever possessed by any ofthe noble women who have liven and died dur ing the ages that are gone As such a life was a blessing and benefaction to all within the sphere of its influence so is the death of such a one a public misfortune as well as an irreperable loss to the home circle made desolate bv her departure The remains were broght here Tuesday afternoon and taken to the home of Mr and Mrs Chas C Davis Mrs Davis einga neice where short services were conduct ed by Mr W H Cox after which the remains were laid to rest be side her husband in the Lewis hurrying ground to await the glo riousresurrection morn in is If f W J Rider has begun makingI blocks for U G Ba building Red Cross shirts are the kind that wear the longest and look bes Get em at J Fish Dout you want to see the latest styles in hats Then visit Mrs Cleo Brown where you will sure see themRESTAURANTLunches hot soup and sandwiches- J V McKenzie near depot Mch 19 3t- George Ferguson the newly appointed town marshal is being complimented by all for his faith ful work George is the stuffand the people will stand by him 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 LIVESAY Mar 13 3t Wabd Ky Mrs Melvina Bullock aged 69 died Tuesday night at the home of her son Daniel G Bullock at Hans fordafter suffering only a short time with somethijg like LaGrippe She was the widow of the late Jesse Bullock and was a Christian wo manTo THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY No doubt you have seen my announce men in the SIGNAL for Assessor I want to say to you that I am- a poor man and I have a large family to support I am a Republican and have always been a true sup porter of republican principles I want the office to help me feed those dependent upon me I ear nestle ask you to please consider my claim and use your own judge ment accordingly I am trying to see you all before day of the prima ry May 15 but if 1 should not get to see you L trust you will vote for me and if lam the lucky one will not see or hear of lie being drunk or any misconduct out of ine dur ing my term of office Trusting you will give this mat ter a thorough consideraton and help me I beg to remain Your friend JAS PROCTOR Orlando Kv l Boys Knickerbocker Suits from 3 00 to 7 00 at Fishs Fred Owens has opened a watch and clock repairing shop on west Main street Joe B Watkins the Star Brand Shoe drummer was here and sold J Fish his Fall and Winter shoes Wednesday Dont forget the days of Mrs Cleo W Browns Opening March 26th anJ 27thf Coaie and bring your friends The stray umbrella and three screw drivers of James Marets is and are still astray They are marked Mr W A Forbes an up to date machinist is doing some special work onthe machinery at Langford stone quarry Z T Hansel bought from the Turner Day and Woolsworth Handle Co one good pair of work horses for 27500 When you come to town come to J Fishs Clothing store and look over the new things we are show ing for Men and Boys to wear Probably the oldest China doll in Rockeastle county is in possess ion of Mrs G B Lawrence It was presented to her sister Minnie in 1865 just after the close of the war MILLINERY OPENING Will beheld on Friday and Saturday March 2uth 27th Will have on exhibition avery beautiful line of the latest styles in Millinery A cordial invitation is extended to you CLO W BROWN r Mt Vernon is the only town in the county that has an exclusive Clothing and Gents Furnishing Store Mr J Fish is the first man to cut out Groceries Dry GOODS and other lines and confiine his business exclusively to Clothing Shoes and Gents Furnishings and he certainly has Everything For Men and Boys to wear and Ladies and Childrens Shoes too Every body is received at this Store with a hearty welcome and you always get the best at the right price r i HORRIBLE DEATH Manlv c1 Albright of Brodhead traveling salesman for Stratton Terstegge met witha most horrible and tragic death Tuesday He had gone to W M Bullocks place of business about foul miles south of here to sell that gentleman a bill of hardware Mr Bullock was at his saw mill and the deceased stopped at the mill to see him It was about dinner time and Mr Bullock asked Manly to go over and take dinner with him Passing out of the mill shed they had to pass over the saw shaft which was running at full speed Mr Bullock passed over in safety but the long overcoat worn by young Albright caught on a set screw as be was passing over and in the twinkle of an eye his body wrapped about the whizzing saw rig and his life instantly beaten out against the heavy timbers as he was whirled through the air Messrs John Marler W M Bullock and James Johnson witnessed the awful oc currence and as best they were able to tell the shaft made between five hundred and a thousand revo lutions before t hey were able to stop the engine The body was badly cut and bruised and there was hardly an unbroken bone in the body Undertaker Granville Owens came up from Brodhead and he with Mi A B Furnish and others went to the eventful spot picked up the body which had already been cared for as best it could by Mr and Mrs Marler and others and brought it to Mt Vernon when it was shipped to his home at Rrodhead Mr J C McClarv the Stanford met the body there and undertakerI for burial which took day near McKinney Lincoln count But few young men could claim a wider circle of admiring friends than he His polite and genial mammers honesty integrety and faithfulness to every trust won for him the esteem confidence and admiration whereverhe was known No bronze or marble shaft uo splendor of ancient or modern tombs and no play of immortal genius can adorn the memory of such manly men Their lives their deeds their influence living or dead and their pure aspirations are the monuments that will keep their names burning in the home and the hearts of kindred and brethren while the flying moments are dimming with their dust and rust the inscription upon the brightest obelisk in the cemetery While the silence of death wraps and chills us at this moment memories sweet and precious come crowding in The remains were laid to rest yesterday the I 00 Fs of whichIorder he was an honored number officiating NOTICE FOR RENTStore house located KyformerlyWhitehead The business hereto fore has been 10000 to 15000 per year This is a fine location for any one wanting to go into the merchandise business For further information address Jan J T ADAMS 82t Mt Vernon KY NOTICE Of application for restoration to citizenship ofFrank Mullins Frank Mullins who was convict ed of voluntary manslaughter in the Rockcastle Circuit Court May Term 1903 will ask the Governor for pardon and restoration and cit izenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objection FRANK MULLINS Mrs Helen Brown an expert on proverbs ancL puzzles is working in the Louisville Times contest and will probably pull off a piano or an automobile The writer is on the list for the first ride ROY L BRITTON FAINTBR PAPERHANGER AND DECO RATOR Having bought W A Carsons- outside right will make a ofoutside worky r All Work Guaranteed f LBRITTqrft V Ph6ne69iS Mt Venxouf Wr j KRUEGER 2 Ky Better Dyspepsia you can help it Kodol prevents by helping to Relieve But dont trifle with A great many people who have trifled with indigestion have been sorry for itwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having is subject to indiges tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired feelingyou need Ko dol then the quicker you take Kodolthe better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely to be of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin Is only I DAVIS A alwqxskeeY n BALLARDSSNOW LINIMENTA Rheumatism Cuts Old Sores JoIntsCorns Mrs SHE C H KNOWSIberry Mo usedSnow Liniment and cantsay enough for it for and all pains tohaveThree Sizes 2Sc SOc 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold IChas GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not or nauseate Cures stomach and troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring tho natural ofthe stomach liver and bowels lUfuM ubbtltute Price SOo Sold by Chas The State Department has issued 4 a call to the consuls in Prance to report as to whether foreign exporters sell cheaper than at h6nie y v t irf L IC LLAR L- iyvyvvv SfflEIB UILE VAA WEARS WELL VAAA1 SPRING CLOTHING Now is the time to buy arid Shield Brand is 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 assum ing that it is good enough to start with to last through the summer and until cold weather comes again which is the case with Shield Brand Cloihing sold at seven prices within the range o- fS1ethe lowest S39 the highestT- he price is on the sieve and the table on the collar Look them over F SOM t Mt Vernon r Not Get If Dyspepsia effectually Nature Indigestion Indigestion And careful aheuI gripe action American abroad R1iT- ALK ABOUT a partial digesterand physics are not digesters at all Kodol is a perfect digester If you could see Kodol digesting every particle of food of all kinds in the glass testtubes in our laboratories you would know this just as well as we do- Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomachbut in order to be cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests the stomach while the stomach gets well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee dotlarentire contents of the bottle if you can honestly say that It has not done you any good return the bottle to the druggist and questionaltdruggistsThis offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one in a family The large bot fiftycentKodol is prepared at the laboratories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by CHAS C liver CDavis Nervous BreakDown Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration cir culation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often be cause you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left mo on the verge of the grave I tried skilled physicians but got no permanent relief I got so bad I had to give up my business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy MRS W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If it falls to benefit you MilesMedical Co ElkhartInd VHITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUmKTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI THE BallardSnow Liniment C K- ST fcOtJUJ rao Sold by Chas CXDavis TAKEN UpA black and white spotted boar weight about 125 ooundsr Came to my place about six months ago Owner may haves me by proving and paying dam age FRANK XAY Mcb ia t Bine Hill 1 Y ANNOUNCEMENTS FORCOUP4TYtUDCE- We aru authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Kockcastle County subject to the action of the Republicanparty We are authorized to announce L W BET HU RUM as a candidate for Judge of Rockcastle subject to the ac tion of tho Republican party For COunty Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce S D LEWIS as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the actibn or the Republican party- ForShoriff We are authorized to announce T J NICELEY as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle County subject to the ac bon ot the Republican 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 Weare authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Couii y Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH asa candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle countysub jact to the action of the Republican par are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject tothe action of the Republican parity We are authorized to announce J F NICELEYas a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce REV- J M CUMMINS as a candidate for Ccun ty Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAI MULLINS asa candidate for lailer of Rockcaatle County subject- to the actionof the Republican party We are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Uockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer acItioiiWe are authorized to announce G W DECKER as candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorizee to announce TAY LO CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of Kockcastle 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 GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend eat of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintendent pf Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Super intendent of Schools Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Ro kcastle County subject to the action of the 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 ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of ockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Pri are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Uockcastle County subject to action oLthe Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SITU as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J F GRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Judge 28th Judcl Diet We are authorized to announce HON BJ BETHURUM as a candidate for Circuit Judge Twentyeighth Judicial District composed of Rockcastle Wayne PulaskiT and Clinton counties sub ject to the action of the Republican party j y v Commonwealths We are authorized announce JUDGEI M L JARVIS asa candidate for the Republican nomination lor Common wealths Attorney in the aSth judicial District subject to the action of the Ke publicau party For Coroner We are authorized to announce WADE LIVESAY candidate for Coroner of Rockcastle count subject to the action of tile Republican partyIIOK MAQI3TZATE We are authorized to annoffncc CHES LEY PAYNE as a candidate for Magistrate of the ihird Magisterial dcstrict subject to the action of the republican partICOMMISSIONERS SAtE RoCKCASTtB CIRCUIT COflRT Nannie Hunt c Plaintiffs Vs I Corn Sale Virgil Hunt cDefendants- B y virtnre of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ken tucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Mon day the 22 day of March 1909 between the qaurs 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 01 John Sand 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 asthe Jesse Dameran tract of land Forthe purchased price the pur chaserroust 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 Com Rcckcastle Circuit Court WHERE DID HE LOSE IT Man still carries the original number of ribs but he is short of a lung lobe Where did he lose it Eve got it Mans right lund to day consists ofthree lobes mans left lung to day consists of two lobes Let us consider this miss ing lobe cn the left The lungs mind you are the life Eve was made out of Adams third lung lobe on the left the lobe nearest the heart She was constructed out of wind mostly That ishe took part Adams breath away Adams posterity of male persua sion in these latter days can count only five lobes to both lungs while Eves daughters can count seven which accounts for women having the last word in a controversy New York Press O A SS rp O 3EL X A Bears the 9 lie Has Signature of f SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develope into pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lung so that no serious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harm ful drugs and is in a yellow pack age Refuse substitutes Chas C Davis KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIfOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICEII AND ALL THROATAND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATISPACTO OB MONEY REFUNDED Mount Vernon Monumenal WORKS 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWEijS frqpJ iJ j2 t k r 5 r When we1oot about us and consider t e happiness that exists the Ifamilies tbu have come to grief sOftie from misfortune some Irom error we are almost persuaded that those parents who die oanj before the evil days comes when hey no longer find pleasure in their children ate the only oues who die happy Could the mothers who foudlv clasps her infant in her arms the idol ot her heart aid o jcci of her tetd test devotion while she pias wmoui ceasng fr his hie to be spared that Ue may c ntiuuea coniluo1 to her and prop for old age could she foresee the luture ol that chile which is so wisely hid from her could she see him or her overburdenedor diigraced proverty stricken ai d friendless idle or insanea worthies vagabond or a debauched millionaire way down in the dregs of society or a way up in the scum would not a change come oer the spirit of her dreams would she not wore fully realize that ljiciS only valuable as it is well spent and while she is praying for life at last pray also with greater fervency for his protection from the soul destroying things of the world G Cannon of Illinoi 011theSixtyfirst Congress receiving 204 votes Chdmp Clark of Missouri receiving 66 Cooper of Wisconsin i Norris of Nebraska 2 Hepburn of Iowa i How can any person risk taking = some uuknown cough rlmedyI when lolevs Honey and ft them no more It is a safe 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 t your health Insist upon having ithe genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Sold by Chas C Davis SSEEDS B IWe ship best quality field and seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell clover grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peas soja beans peanufs seed potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion sets garden beans garden peas all kinds igarden field and flower seeds laudI plaster and fertilizers for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEED Co 215 Second AveNorth- Nashville fenn R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Attains brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty I Jrodhead Marble Work ODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist t At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Saturday and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed C C Wllli msA- TTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY tOFFICE On ard floor o TheBank of Mt Vernon on Churcl Street Special attention giv to collections Phone No 80 3 McCLARY Undertaker Embttlmer Complete LINE of Cask tsIRobes c attehd1i j JS r w1 iIbICJRIlii ttIi ALCOHOL 3 PER Erir czJ a PromofesfljgesfloiijjiwjiJ ness and RestContainsneilhe- rOpiwuMorphine norNincraL- ti NOT NARCOTIC fe3d I1f- j0I1II mjpJOldIJcSJNlTElPI1ClJi r 0i yloI IHrdcfd iJi2 ApcrfectRemedyforCansh1pa4- qS tion WormsConvulsiousZeWriSlt ness andLos OF SLEEP 3FacShuile Signalure e NEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper i I CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought J Bears the Signature of t in Use For Over Thirty Year- sGASTORIA c XcC c3c4 SPRING SHOES i Our Spring Shoes are in nulwe want you to come in and inspect our line We have everything in Men Women and rOliiklrens LOW CUTS that you could wish for W COnIC in and let us show you how we can WtilingJ McKENZIE SON a Phone 93 1 m cccr 1 I BARGAINSIN Ao Hiatts Bargain Store IICome and see what you can do for Icash or produce Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are the best tlA C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY J I Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui Carclui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women Its for sick weak ladies with sick female organs TAKE CiI1LIIIt Will Help You It is a genuine curative medicine that builds up the female system and relieves female pain Mrs M A St Clair of Eskdale W writes 1gettand now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES I t I L 1