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Published Every Friday of I r r 4 t mldllJ ctfrnPi gtt I VOLUME XXII MT VEOTON ROCKCASTLE COUKTY KY APRIL 2 1909NUMBER 28I KtBAKING POWDER Ibsolutely Pure The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee Pure Healthful Delicious Food I COLLAR LABLE D SUPERB STYLE Just an ordinary clothing wi serve asa make shift but when you want clothing thats superb ly stylish wears well and fits well buy Shield Brand sold at seven prices within the range of 1 0 to lowest 20 to highest The accompaning cut will give somewhat of an idea as to the Shielgd Brand Clothing though to be able to appreciate the full worth the clothing must be seen 7 r F KRUEGERSONMt Ky =ntntnntnnnnnntntunltntntnntntnnntnntnU TAT VERNON MET DO r a a EE COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3- e Coffins and Robes E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 2s gE work for the company Ss E Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 H A B FURNISH WH KRUECER E Pnone Proprietors 11111111111111111111il11111111111111111111Jfl1111111111111 11111111111 m I The Old Reliable Ill ill l IIEeey SiCSouth Side DAVISIIIMT V i = r f t 3fc r f Convenience of the Savings Account j Many persons keep their money here as permanent vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is inifed As an investment you can compute the net returns 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 a part or the entire amount atany time With a determination to save you 1 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 regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if 1 ft you will call at the bank X THE B ANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED j MT VERNON KENTUCKY 1 3L w F Vl i l 01 IIFamm are badly behind with- The littlechild of Mr tlrs Poky is very sick G Parsons has returned trom lIHI11s James Mullins who been very pick for some time i- sterBorn in the wife of Dr J Childres fine boy Last ur day night Urban Chewning Mrs Ei Painter boarded the ti for Jelhco when they were tiiith married May their path he decked with rostsllrs Dees is some better at this PetryI Jacob Elder and Bill Owenofi Quail who are teaching a singing chool at Pine Hill were here Stur lay Hamp McClure who has I eeu so low for so long died today TuesdayMrs L lemons has returned from Louisville after spending a pleasant week with friends and relatives Miss Minnie Treadway of Pine Hill is visiting Mrs BorengBowman Cockrell hipped today a car of hogs to a firm in Cincinnati Revs Jameson and Barnes are holding a series of meeting at the Baptist church and much interest is being taken Livingston has been shaken from pastllwe had several little fights but we hope the hatchet is burried and that peace will reign supremeThe contest in the Christian Endeavor still goes on and each side are gaining new members every meeting We are glad to see so much interest taken for such are stepping stones to the church Mr C M Griffin who runs the extra gang and who was sent here to do some extra work will go to East BernstadtMr Lo Marshal has returned from Greensburg and brought his grandfather with him who is an exconfederate soldier and Su years oldLee Johnson went to Mt Vernon Tuesday he was a witness in some rail road suit Jerome Adams and his son Casper are visiting at Quail this weekMiss Ethel Hays was visiting Miss M rtle Chewning Sunday Mr Able Pennington ha bought several lots here and is going to gardening on the larg scale Thomas Jones has purchased the house and lot belonging to John Smith price paid 20000 W H Carmical of Pine Hill spent Sunday with H L Delph S J Kinley who has been sick so long is able to leave his room John Mullins sold his house and lot to a Mr Clair price pai440U A little child of Andy Bullock is very sick and not expected to live We notce in the Times Wednes day morning that there is a long article on the Livingston trouble We wish to say that the boys spoken ofcame here and gave some obscene andrnot satisfied with this one of them even tried to disgrace the very bet people of Livingston Of course this has aroused the good people of Livingston and no wonder when men try to bring disgrace upon the young girls We dont believe such should be tolerated We believe that the law should take us course Everything in Living ston is quiet and no violence is looked for We are sorry that such has occured We believe that it it is stopped where it is the worst is over Some of the boys had a little fight at the depot was the only lick eruct so we hope the trouble will sop and peace will reign supreme SWEPT OVER NIAGARA This terrible calamity it happens because a careless wan ignores the rivers warnin growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the ba warns you the Kidneys deed a tention it you would escape fat maladiesDropsy Diabetes Brights disease Take Electr Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes TenOnlyn Seven men including two melt bers of the City Council of Cincin atiwere indicted by the Hamilton county 0 grand jury on the charge of maintaining a gambling house eHt T trS WRITES ENTERTAININGLY OF NIAGARA RIVER AND THE FALLS Niagara is au American Indian word meaning thundering water Tie Niagra River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario and is the outlet for the whole drainage of lakes Superior Huron Michigan Saint Clair and Erie The surface of Erie where the the river begins is three hundred twentysix feet higher than the level of Ontario where it ends The river is thirty three miles long and its direction is from South to North The water is clear and pure Th volume of water which enters Niagara is 280000 cubic feet second In its upper course the river is quite wide below Grand twoIa mile in width and below the falls it rushes headlong through a deep and narrow gorge to a cliff at Lewiston where it emerges on the plain of Lake Ontario and is again broad and peaceful river As it emerges from Lake Erie and enters the plain it is crossed by a low ridge of rock in passing which the river is swift and troubled for about two miles Then it is smooth again flows slowly thelplateau has an average depth of twenty five feet and its surface is interspersed with small islands For nearly threefourths of its length it cannot be said to have a valley for it flows upon the surface of the and its fall from the falakecataract is only twenty feet Then a sudden and complete change its n aspect occurs it is dropped fiftytwo feet by the short rapids beginning a little above Goat Island which is the prelude of the fall over the Majestic Cataract about half a mile above the brink of the falls Goat Island divides Theiwhitsthe roost of the riverswings around dies charges over the Horseshoe or Canadian falls The American falls are io6o fee wide and as the water plunges over the edge it falls 167 feet Th Horseshoe Falls have a total width 3010 feet measured along the curve or 1230 feet across the chord and fall one hundred fiftyeight fee As the water is drained from the immense reservoirs of the lakes there is little variation in the quanity the differences in volume depending not so much upon precipitation as upon the strong winds which slightly retard or ac celerate the movement of the surface waters at Lake Erie to the mouth of the river The normal flow pouring over the cataract is about 500000 tons a minute At the foot of the American Falls there is no great depth of water massive and broken rock in the bed having prevented the deep excav a tion that would otherwise occur but the enormous mass of water some twenty feet deep at the center which thunders over the Horseshoe Falls has excavated a basin extend ing from shore to shore for one and one half miles below the tolls that is fully as deep as tire bight of the falls The effect of this deep basin or reservoir is to retard and smooth the waters so far that rowboats cross the river and the little steamer Maid of the Mist is cataracttthegsnarrow gorge to Lewiston its width rarely equaling depthtdyedorthattcI can hardly climb up a little ways iuiteadare aJthe nerve As I said they can only be climbed at a few places and they reveal the geologic structure of the plateau the beded rocks of limestone shale and sand stone Jyiiit almost horizontally The full of the river in thti gorge seven miles long iabouf one hundred feet The 111tiaters pours tuuiultunsly along at estimated speed of thirty miles an hour and the terrific onrush and battle of the waters make a spectacle that is equal to that of the falls themselves About midways in the gorge the chanel makes an abrupt short turn to the left and here the onslaught of the torrent has worn out a vast circular basin forming the celebrat ed whirlpool The falls of Niagara being one ot the scenic attractions of the world are visited every year by many thousands of tourists From the time of their discovery by Hennepin in 1678 to the present day they have never been adequate ly described A realizing sense of prodigiouseflood pouring into an absciss where ofaascending mist can be obtained only by personal observation From what I have seen and heard tourists say I think I could write twenty or more pages but think nine will do Hoping the Editor will print this in the SIGNAL and asking all to excuse many mistakes I am still a friend to old Mt Vernon Respectfully CHARLES R ESTES WORDS TO FREEZETHE SOUL ConsumptionHis plating words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr KingsNew Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy In llible for Coughs and Colds its safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth soc and too Guarantee Satisfaction Trial bottle free Chas C Davis After a hardfought battle of ballots in which the largest vote ever recorded was cast in Clark county 0 went dry by eleven votes The city of Springfield gave awet emajority of something over 8oo but this was overbalanced bv the theounty There was no serious dis order ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR Illtgangrenee if you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures thtworld 250 at Chas CDavis PERUNA DID WONDERS FOR ME IV MRS ROSA DOYENS ROSA BOYER 1421 Sherman Are Evanston Ill writes If any ono has reason to praise reruns it is surely myself last spring I became so run down from the serious effects of lingering wild that several complications united in pulling me down I could neither eat nor sleep well and lost flesh and spirit- I finally tried Peruna and it did wonders for me In two weeks I was like another person and in month I felt better than I ever had before- I thank Peruna for new life and strength I send you two pictures so you can see what Peruna has done for me Better Than for Years Mrs Mary P Jones Burning Springs Ey writes I wish to speak a word in praise of your highly valued Peruna as I have been blessed with the golden opportu nity of giving it a fair and impartial test and can say that I have had bettor health far better since I have been yearsbeforeOne of my neighbors had stomach trouble I recommended Peruna to her and now she is well and healthy after having been pronounced hopeless by several physicians Manalin an Ideal Laxative r r iif i r i11i Establis h ed 1887 FRIDAY 0 u a I a c a a E iSase Ban Season IS NOW OPEN AT Chas C Davis Leading Druggist BASE BALL BASE BALL BASE BALL A full and complete line of A J Reach Cos Supplies jMasksXOfficialXBatsCHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist a Phone 89 MT VERNON KY lXP t The Game of Business I 4 V ID JTSC greaterthaniiiiecorapetitonthose who dare and do k f PeoplesBank j can little hope to keep his place in the march of prog t I toanticipate l your andsetaccount with us today large or small and be ready I 1 JCLSoi book with glue you a pass a record of every junction post on this busy f road leWewillWith best wi3besl PEOPLES BANK S KDK ti J c y l VaffegHSUNSHINEe cr A great buildingup climate Dry air Alti j lgtroublesNo comingrbeing settled rapidly Now is the time to get in on the ground floor If interested writer giving idea of what you want Address exactly as follows Desk- S The Dymond Company Deming New j Mexico itt UNDERTAKER IIi Our line of Couch Caskets- is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of Ithe county All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled W A COX ae94S MT VERNON K- YWANTEDI Eggs Poultry and all kinds of Produce At Mt Vernon Every Monday 1uWILL PAY CASH Headquarters at Lancaster Ky M W B GOTT O CO r Ti i f 4ri f Ji StiUEI 1111 I ri rKr- I M VVrtY 9 fYr ff ir T v J A YEA iT I Ip J r r 2Wa1kOvr for Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equaL 1 F Y good NoneasI 1American ae1yn comfort andmOle orM sca p r IBIiI r r r 0 4 f ussF J tr r X J j I w J r q r ion Wmn and hildrnJCty them saves you from sickness To them from saves you FALL uu s 3On4OOa N 0 11 IJ fl Ii UIb h Suits at J4j 16 Suits at 13 12 Suits at 10 10 Suits at 8 V n r EGE R Sr N posite Do otn MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 2 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioc Advertising rates made known 01 application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Senator Elkins has voiced his indignation because the Republi can members ot the Finance com mittee are holding hearings on the tariff bill without inviting any of the Democrats to be present This is very goodof the Senator from West Virginia but knowing the Senator we venture to believe that if he had been appointed a mem ber of the Finance committee him self he would never have raised hi- svoicin protest against the exclu sion of the minority If ExPresident Roosevelt survives his African trip and returns to take up journalism while Mr Bryan is still running the COm- moner there will be parlous times in the Fourth Estate It is learned that the committee on Ways and Means expects to re port not less than two hundred amendments to the Payne tariff bill Will any of its friends recog nize it after it gets through this mill If the Payne bill does bear any resemblance to Its former self when the House gets through with it it certainly will not when it is released from the tender mercies of the Senate POPLAR GAP The farmers are getting ready 1 to plant corn in these parts Sanders a house rais ing las Langford and daughters Missess Hattie and Fanny of Cove were visiting her father Chesley Payne last Saturday and three young people that joined the church at Taylor Mullins last meeting will be emmense the second Sunday in Payne ribsIlastUncle John Weaver continues about the same Mr Dock Cain and Miss Flora Mullins were married last Friday at the home of Ad Cain Rev Theo Pigg officiated Surveyor Wilson was here last Friday run ning the hues for Willis Allen and Win Griffin James Hunt from near Maretburg has moved to the house vacated by John Cum minsA Mr Childress of Scott countyVa a brother of the late John A Chjldress has moved on the farm of Jim Cummins Uncle Jake Jewel still continues to be very McGuire of Crooked Creek was calling on his best girl at this place last Sunday Master Willie the little son of Uriah Drew is still improving Uriah Drew visited his brother Ephriam of the Big Hill section last Sunday Johnny Griffin is now a can li dale for Matrimony Misses Candice and Dovie Morris were visiting Mrs Chesley Payne last FridayMr JacteDrew has gone to Hamilton Ohio to take a job and if satisfied willsend for his family and make that place hIs home Prof Repert of Ravenwood is making preparation to raise a large crop of tobacco this yearThe Quail and Brodhead correspondent s have been chewing each other over the R FD We of old Poplar Gap would be glad if we could get our mail three times a week carried on a flopped eared mule or any old wayBud Cockrell and Ked Singleton of Livingston were in these parts buying hogs last week THE WAS COP PIED FROM THE SOMERSET HERALD THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF PULASKI The Republican nominee for Circuit Judge needs no introduction from the Herald He came in our comparaI of the esteem in which he is now held The quiet and modest man by sheer force of his intellect and personality found a place in our affections and became a leader The people know character ability courage and manhood when they see it tlhis is the age of man The grind of and endless detail requires virility and intense nerv ous energy The complexities of government and the vast move ments of our social order must theIunwasted youth The unanimous elevation of Mr Bet hurum to the judiciary is a striking example of the new demands of public service- in which efficiency is the thing sought Thenomineeis barely thirtyfive old to be within the Icoustitutional1imIt But in this day when the young man is the captain of industry the leader in finance the moulder of public thought andthe director of the pertinent question isUVhat can you do What are you willing to do and Can you make good- Although the public career of Mr Bethurum has been crowded into the brief period of ten years it has been brilliant and fruitful Nominations for three high offices have come to himwithou opposit jion During the memorialand tragic session of the Legislature in 1900 he represented the goodold counties of Laurel and Rockcastle TheIleaders were abandoning it like a sinking derelict in the storm of- passion and hateIIBut counselling courage firm ness and moderation the young leader stood Among the innumerable false Unmoved unshaken unseduced unterrified When Mr Sharp resigned as Commonwealths Attorney for this district Governor Wilson com missioned Mr Bethurum as his successor With wonderful alacrity he took up the trying duties of this office and soon proved a resourceful able and courageous prosecutor Crime never passed him and sin never stood in i s These Shoes have more more style war less money than any other shoe on the market J I We have pair of American A Lady Shoes n iu our show window that are woith JU We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them acacgoec r gIi1 8fc3C U- FfIPJ buy us money AND Wyrickhad SundayThe AprilChesley feebleLogau FOLLOWING REPUBLICAN preeminently responsibility government unchallenged his presence unrebuked In ap predation of these services the Re publican partv by common consent gave him a nomination for the office and the people accorded him a sweeping victory at the polls ast November The action of the District Com mittee in convention Monday profoundIThere were older men who were proud to be mentioned in connection with this honor but his superb qualifications made op position not only useless but re diculous The people will expert much of you Jndge Bethurum and we confidently believe that you will measure up to expectations Judge HC Faulkner has sent in his resignation as Circuit Judge of this District to Gov VYillsou It is said that the udge has an oppor tunity to forma partnership in iaw business that he cannot afford to let pass by until his term of office has expired His strong instructions to the grand juries and his person il opposition backed by the citizens composing the petit juries assisted attorneItrict For this he deserves credit Eliminate his penchant for speech and the advantage he would take to call down a member of the bar as well as setting aside the verdicts of the jury in trivial cases he has made a good judge and he will leave the bench with the respect and best wishes of a great majority four people London Democrat In the Corporation Court at Ronoake Va Judge Staples set aside the local option election held there on December 30 last in which the saloons were voted out by a majority ot eightysix votes President Taft went otllbisfraternity of Georgetown College Two mail pouches were stolen and rifled near Georgetown One BurleY1Tobarco lame A Curry one of Lexing tons leading merchants died Mon day aged 80 years A prairie fire in Crpspy county Texas caused a loss estimated at 100000 w Representative Ransdell of Louisana has introduced a bill au thori7irg the Secretery of the Treasury to borrow 500000000 bnt not to exceed 500000000 in any certain fiscal year to defray xpenditures hereafter to be au tborized for waterway improvmentsI James H Boyle the kidnapper of Willie Whitla waived hearing on the abduction huge at Sharon Pa andwas held to answer in bond of 25000 After the preliminary hearing Boyle was returned to the jailat Mercer SILVER DARE Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky This handsome fellow is 16 hands 3 years old and iss mahogany bay Sired by Dignity Dare 1 J82 he by Jhe ter Dare 10 N S H R he b v Blacks squirrel 53 he by Black Eagle 74 he by ping William b7 he by Washington Denmark 04 he by Gams Denmark 01 he by race horse Denmark F S he by Imp Hedgeiord Dignitys first dam by Liziemont by Welch mont No 6367 A T H R he by William Welch 341 h by Rys dicks Hambletonian 10 Dig nitys second dam by Abdallah Messenger third dam by Gills Vermont fourth dam Therough bred Welclimonts first dam Pauline by Aluiout Forest 2893 Silver Dares first dam is by Silver King ee by On Time he by Sionewall Jackson he by Wash ington Denmark 64 Silver Dare will make the season of 1939 at my stable T mile from halt postoffice at 10 to insure a living col- tWARFIELD At the same tiurn and place I willalso stand a good jack at 6 to insure livingcolt Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes butuot responsible should any occur Season money be comes due when mares are traded or parted with Phone in residence R L SMITH Hiatt Ky NOTICE Of application for reatoration to cit zenship of Joel Suttles Joel Sut= ties who was convicted on the charge of manslaughter in the Rockcastle Circuit Court at the Februrary Term 1903 will ask the Governor for restoration of citizenship and all who object will notify theGovernpr and state in writing any objections x Jos1 SRTTIES 1 S t cciGRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER9 DBrodhead Ky I Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Gnisjh S nip as it tastes nearv as good as maple sugar It not only heals irritation and allay inflammation thereby stopping the cough but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold iron the system It contains no opiates Sold by C C Divis All troops have been removed from the tobacco districts in the state iii which night riders have been active for thi first time since Gov Willson ordered the soldiers to take the field shortly after he became Governor Adjt Gen Johnston recalled the last squad Friday from Eddyville and says that from all reports he anticipates no more trouble II If you have backache and urinarv troubles you should take Foleys Kidney Remedy to str ngthenand build up the kidneys so they will act properly as a serious kidney trouble may develope Chas C Davis Four workmen were tilted by a falling wall at the Chicago stockyards The bodies were recovered soon after the wall which was left standing after the fire which de stroyeb one of Darling Cos warehouses recently collapsed ROY L BRITTON FAINTBB PAPER HANGER AND DECO RATOR Having bought W A Carsons outside right will make a specialty ofoutside work All Work Guaranteed h ROY L RJTTON Phone 69SJj Mf Vernon tJ Y COMPLETE LINE OO Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled q We Buy FU SHides and WooS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Colden SeaMY dlow Root May Apple wild Ginger etc We are dealers halfacenturyiaLouisvilleand or Reference any Bank in Lcuuville Write for weekly Iiand ffi Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUKVlLLE r WLronaWALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC ir i LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALS WAYS ON HAND V ff Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky DO YOU WANT TO GO TOt COLLEGE If so we can help you We have already put hundreds through callege by means I of our plan Write today for full infor mation regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college 3tEastCASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought S Bears tho s ature of C e ltl y Dr Edmond Harrison who has been at the head of Bethel Female College at Pcjkinsville for 13 yearr announced that he would retire from the presidency in June Ill health of his wifeis the reason t given v y t 1 NIi 4D U rl Srf41AL rlTVloJUNON KY April 2 IZ9Call up No 79 whenyou wacntto Communicate with SIGNAL 79 t ir6 R R TIME TABLE 2a north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 p tr 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered tthe SIt Vernon Ky Postoffice as seeond class mail matter PEHSONAL Judge Alcnrn is attending court 1 hip week G W Gentry has moved into the Parrett property JatnesTProctor was here for a few days the first of the week Wade Livesays baby which has been sick so long is but little betterMrs i Jane Bloomer of Wabd who has been so very sick is better Charley Henderson has left Florida and is now with the S P R R in Texas R K Powell has bought a farm near Woodstock and will move to r is new home today Mr and Mrs Sam Hysinger are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine hoy baby on Tuesday morning Misses Mary Houk and Montye Martin left yesterday for Berea to be the guests of Mrs John Moore E W Lamb a son of B F Lamb of near Crab Orchard was a pleasant caller at this office yester Fuqua will go to Preston fday to work for the Cranor Smith oer Co He will move his there Prof W R Dickerson is soon L0 become a citizen of our town He will occupy the property vacated by Shelly Fuqua W R McClure has sold his in terest in the livery stable to Frank Mullins Dr P A Pennington of Louisville visited his brothers here during the weekLondon SentinelDr and Mrs A G Lovell received word a few days since that their daughter M iss Lela May who is attending school at Prince ton is very sick with fever Mrs Lovell left on the next train and is now at her bedside Mrs Mary C Albright and son Embry Albright who have been with their relatives at Middleburg Aljbright yesterday accompanied by Mrs J R McCormack and little son In terior Journal Mr U G Baker of Mt Vernon Chairman of the Rock castle Republican Committee was here Monday to attend the meeting of the Republican Committee of the 28th Judicial District which met to call the primary election off Jarvisithe nominees of the party for Judge and Co in men wealths At torney and while here he was the guest of his friend Mr Bethurum Mr Baker is one of the most nfluential and progressive men of Rockcastle county a wealthy merchant of Mt Vernon anda popular Republican leader of that county Somerset Herald LOCALiIGT Johnson received averyI painful injury on his left hand RESTAURANT Lunches hot soup and sandwiches- J V McKenzie near depot Mch 19 3t Monroe Singleton His paid off his fines and has been released from jail Monroe says he is done selling whisky CARD OF THANKS We Desire to thank the people of Mt Vernon for their sympathy and untiring efforts shown us during our great sorrowDR AND MRS M L MYERS WANTEDWe want produce and we want it badly If you have it and want to sell it for tbe cash bring it to us we will pay the highest market price and pav you the money Try us and see T MVDEBS Livingston Ky IChiA 7 ii J 7C4 The f llowin special sent from Danville concerning the iivirig5ttml trouble we copy below and brand as nu absolute falsehood Charles Parson of Winchester Frank Parsons of Corbin R R Parsons of Chicago and C C Montgomery of St Louis expert mechanics engaged on the Cox building at Mt Vernon Rock castle county were attacked by a mob of fifty men and boys at Liv ingston ten miles east of Mount Vernon late yesterday afternoon The four men were at the depot preparing to leavefor Mount VerI non when the mob arrived and with rocks and cubs attacked them Fifty shots were also fired at them Robert Parsons was severe y beat en and is in dangerous c ndition His comrade were also eaten in a terrible manners The four men made their escapt into he hills hotly pursued by the mob and completely exhausted from jbe long journey over fields and through woodlands arrived inMo nt Ver non this morning Robert Par3nns had to be carried which fade roe journey all the more difficult for his three companionsl Casper and Hilton Adams of Livingston who introduced the strangers to the oung yomen have been threatened it is alleged and are barricaded in their home fearing injury at the hands of the mob Excitment is running high and further trouble is feared Investigations are being made and many arrests are expected to fol low Such a report as tbe Danville correspondent has sent out is unwarranted from the facts and is a gross injustice to the good people of Livingston It is true that feeling is ru nning high against Montgomery whom it is charged mistreated fourteen year old girl belonging to one of the very best families in that or any other town and it is remarkable indeed that he was able to escape from the town alive Charley Parsons is an in nocent party and had nothing to do with bringing the trouble about and had gone to Livingston with his brothers Frank and Bob to aidI them in getting Montgomery back to Mt Vernon where he is engaged with the Parsons boys in laying brick on the Cox Bros building On Sunday Frank and Robert Parsons and Montgomery went to Livingston and it was on Sunday afternoon that the father of the young girl in question came near shooting Montgomery because of his Montgomerys conduct toward the young girl The trouble was quieted however and no further violence manifested The Parsons boys came to Mt Vel Don on the early train Monday morning but soon got a message from Mont gomery to come back to Livingston and get him out of town They went on the afternoon train Mon day and then it was that the big mob as says the Danville correspondent was formed Because of threats which the father of the girl heard had been made by Montgomery and finding the boys standing near the door which he had to pass out from his office supposed they were waiting for him went lor his pistol but was prevented from shooting by some bvstanders who caught and held him By this time a number had congregated about the scene when some one told tle boys they had better leave town Frank and Charley Parsons and Montgomery heeded the admonition and came away uninjured but Robert Pareous who was not so quick to start did not fare so well although the treatment which he received IS nothing to compare with the impression which the above article would make on the uninformed and all the injury which he received was inflicted by one man who struck Parsons several times with his fist Parsons then left town at a twoforty gate as told by himself and the mob which pursued him consisted of a numberof little boys ranging from 6 to 10 years old and their pursuit only extended to the town limits There was not a single shot fired This in brief is a correct summary of the whole situation as outlined to uj by several of the representative business men of Livingston who are very indignant at such a false report reflecting dishonor upon the good citizenship of that town Feeling is running high against Montgomery but so far as the Parsons buys are concerned it was not so much what they did as thee company they were in that put them to the bad- Montgomery will have his ts f zl- j t x t tf DUY eL f 1ri PHONE ihSYrIt OPEN NItHfTS Vtr examining trial today on the charge of seduction the puuish ment for the crime with which be is charged being from two to ten years A large number of the prominent Livingston people are here to assist in the prosecution LosTLast Saturday night at court house an umbrella withred handle with plate on end and the initials E B B on plate Please examine yours and if you have it return it to SIGNAL office To THE PEOPLE OF MT VERNON I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Police Judge of the town of Mt Vernon subject to the will of the people at the general election next November R M JOHNSON W H Fish was awarded a judgement of 500 againt the rail road company Mr Fish was put off the train out a short distance from Richmond because of some mistake of his ticket and this was the grounds for the suit The Maccabee drill at the Court- House Wednesday evening was largely attended and fully ap preciated The twenty young ladies who took part in the drill were highly comolimented as was Mrs Squires the Assistant State themRdrill and all had a most delightful evening To THE REPUBLICANS OF HOCK GASTLE COUNTY I submit my claims to the Re publicans of Rockcastle county for the office of Assessor subject to the action of the primasy election May 15111 909 and in doing so I want to announce that if elected H C Rawlett of Scaffold Cane will be my deputy I have beena true and loyal republican from infancy and have always been true to the nominees of my party I have served continously as the county committee for the past thirteen years and have never failed to organize my precinct and keep the party in good stape Itrustthe nrepublicans henaRespectfullymNNER There is and has been just a as little doing in Circuit Cou it would be possible to do and have any court at all The L ix Nwill sell tickets to Lexington April i4th limit April i6th for 352 round trip on ac count of the laying ol the cornerstone of Odd Fellows Home SURE who suffer with rheumatism write me for I have a medicine that will cure you It cured me after years of suffering when everything else failed It cures nothing but rheumatism Write meat Burnside Ky J H PHILLIPS Mch 26 3t Jud Hatcherwhos trial was be tore the court at the tiine of our last issue for the shooting and wounding of Miss Thompson at the time he had the trouble with her brother Charley ThomPson was fined sso John B G Miller was fitted 36 do a nuisance and 60 for gelling liquor CARD jQr THANKS =To tire kind friends and neighbors who so willingly assisted jus quring tour wishIy Lord bless you all and spare you such sorrow is our sincere wish Mrs MARY ALBRIGHT AND SON Some years ago there came to St Louis a young man with an idea and no money He started a month ly magazine made it clean and sold it fox 10 cts a year The next year a million the worlds fair visited his plant He became the champion of the Common People Two years ago he began publishing The Wo mans National Daily3 I3 issues a year for rv per yearand ha fa hundred thousand subscribers the first issues gt continues to grow in circulation and favor until now You cannot keep irjosdi on the events of the day unless this paper comes to your home The price remains the same JP E Drummond Livingston Ky is the agentswrite 1ere lJor sam ples 7 h ifif 4rqh1 the Swim l4 jgf The uptodate man considers himself tIright in the swim Youll always find himtr 1tobe the well dressed man To be regarded anybody these days it is of prime importcr ance to be dressed in the height of fashion To attain this end you must first have your clothes made to order second choose the right tailor Theseirtwo requisites are admirably supplied by Strauss Brothers i Master Tailors Chicago whose exclusive agency we have We consider this the best line of tailoring in the United States YoullLtmake no mistake in selecting a pattern for your suitrfrom the immense variety of bright snappy Spring r shades we are now displaying Youll wonder how we can make up such high class woolens at the low prices we will mention to you Dont put off ordering yIt is to your interest to get busy at once cJ I A I f THEPL1 CFTC caoeE OTHmS f 77 t SATURDAY H 1o r V boutI CUREPeoplc peopleattending r vr vr The State Board of EqualizatonI has raised farm property castle 2 per cent There was no raise of town property Judge W L Brown is an ap plicant for the appointment of Judge of the Twentyseventh Ju dicial District to succeed Judge H C Faulkner resigned The Judge has been fortunate in appointments and mtv land this one We dont know a man in the district who can lend more dignity to the bench than our friend and townsman London Democrat tFBllOOHEAD Mrs Monie Dunn of Danville is visiting the family of J GI Frith The graded school at this place seems to be a sure go Great interest is manifested it will prove a great need supplied When we see and learn to appreciate such advancements we surely heartily agree and approve of every word written through these columns on the subjects of good roads Is there any cause why we cannot have pikes If so we would like tS hear from the other side of this question If a good number favor it why not have test of a bond issue or some measure by which we can prove our works not deadMrs Molfie Durham has been quite sick for several daysA V Smith has opened up a butcher shop in town and is having good trade Chief of Police J B Pike arrested J S Kees who was lodging in the vicinity of this place and took him to London where he was wantedon charge of forgery C H Frith is in Louisville Mrs Anna Shumate will occupy the Frith hotel at an early date Same is being vacated bv W A Tree Mrs E F Evans of Mc Whorter Ky is visiting the family ofW T Evans MisT Mattie Wilmot is spending a few day at home She will return to Williams burg where she is iu school Mrs Mary Albright and son Richard have returned from friends and relatives in Casey count j7There are so many candidates ia town space will not permit giving their names vr MATRIMONIAL CHEWNING PAINTER To the surprise of theii many friend Mr IJi ban Chewning L N operator ard Mrs Essie A Painter a very lovable and accomplished young lady both of Livingston Ky were qnietly married at the home of Rev Raymond G Shearer Jellico Tenn March i6th at 10 oclock A M The bride is a very popular young lady and has many friends at Livingston Mt Vernon Nashville Lebanon Junction and Brodhead who will be glad to learn that she has decided to cast her lot with MrjChewnin The happy couple were attended by Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes Mesdames G Wand J A Griffin and were afterward joined by Mr and Mrs W D T M J A and Alf Griffin making a pleasant party- to Atlanta Ga and Knoxville Tenn returning to Jellico they were magnificently entertained by their friends They will be at home at the Eight Gables Hotel Livingston after March 30th to their many friends and longhappy JT v FARM PRODUCTS According to the report of Hon James Wilson Secretary of Agriculture the total value of farm products for the year i9o8 was iu 4tper cent above the preAious year tbeIhistory of the country The value of alfalfa crop was 30000000 The wealth produced on Amer ican farms during tbe past ten years amounts to the enormous sum of 60000000000 The value of the corn crop for 1908 was i 6 15000 ooo wheat 620000000 hay 621000000 barley 86oooooo oats and other cereals 321000 000 potatoes tobacco and hops 190000000 IMr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y writes My little girlwas greatly benefitted by taking Foleys Orino Laxative and I think it is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orino Laxative is best for women children as it is mild pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system aud clears the complexion Chas C Davis CASTOBXA Ugof iA fsAats7 Rats 0Beaufiful The Ladies flocked to our opening Why Because we trim hats to please Splendid exhibit tnewest New York Pattern i Hats The very cream of Eastern Creators or Fashion able Millinery A beautiful line of Flowers and foliage of every description A becoming hat is a necessity a week yBringtlMRS CLEO BROWN EISkxcc 4j 4 I Better Not Get Dyspepsia IfOU can help it Kodol preventS Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion A great many people Who have trifled with indigestion have been sorry for it when 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 sournessI of stomach belching of 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 And 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 Sold HiflIIeCOLDSIIALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo writes I cant cay enough for Ballarclo Hore hound Syrup It has cured my baby of croup and my children of severe Coughs I know no better medicine 25c SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by Chas C Davis GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver Vtroubles and chronic con Vstipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stomc acji liver and bowels I R fussubtItutea Price 500 Sold by Chas CDavis k People past middle lite usually Vhave some kidney or bladder dis order that saps the vitality which VS naturally lower in old age Foleys Kidnev Remedy corrects urinary troubles stimulates the kidneys and restores strength and vigor It cures uric acid troubles by strengthening the kidrieys so they will strain out the uric acid 18tbat settles in the muscles and Vjoints causing rheumatism Chas C DavisV iMr Moon of Tennesse scath ingly denounced in the House those of his Democratic colleagues who adopted the caucus resolution dis rJV ciplining the twentythree Dem who suprorted the Fitzger lIaidamenedment to the rules L Foleys Hone and Tar is a safeguard against serious results from spring colds which inflame the lungs and develope into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits be insisting upon having the geuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs Chas C Davis- NoprovisionVhas yet been made to give a Federal place to Ludlow F Petty who recently resigned the Shelbyville postmastership Mr Petty has gone to work in the office bf Senator Bradly at Wash ington We often wonder how any person can be persuaded into taking anything but Poleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Do not be fooled into accepting own make or other substitutes The genuine contains no harmful drugs arid isin a yellow tpackaTgeSV i4 ci 7= 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- Go to your druggist today and get a dol tar bottle Then alter yon have used the entire contents of the bottle If you can honestly say that it has not done you any good return the bottle to the druggist anti questloztgist for the bottle Dont hesitate all goodThisand to but one iu a family The large bot tie contains times as much as the fifty cent bottle laboratby CHAS C DAVIS WeakHeart There are certain nerves that control the action theybecome action is impaired Short breath pain around heart palpitation or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy1relief Try itVIthoughthearttroublewhen the Dr Miles almanac came totryanotInthotention or others who suffer as I did BARRONSO HeartCure fallstoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind lf ra m Vermifuge THE GUARANIEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI THI BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST XOUI6 MO Sold by Qhas CDavis- JNDIGESTION ENDS you can eat anything your stomach craves without tear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapepsin after eatingV Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into gasIcauses a feeling of fullness after eating Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Waterbrash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effrctive remedy is used Diapep sin really does the work of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food you eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour Get a large 5Ocent case of 1 apes Djapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and every thing you want without the slight est discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to W carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance j FOR NNOU CEMENTSI VCKW authorized to announce G tIIBALLARD as n candidate for Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce IvAV BETHURUM as a candidate for Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce S D LEWIS as a candidate for County Attor ney of Rockcastle County subject to the acti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J NICELEYas a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the ac tion 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 County 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 ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county sub ject to the action of the epublican par ty We arc authorized to announce VICTOR- C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the epublican par ty We are authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the epublican party We arc authorized to announce REV J M CUMMINS as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized 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 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 LANGFORD 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 CARROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tionof the Republican party Ve are authorized to announce G W DECKER as a 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 Rockcastle county subject to the action of the republican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFER ON asa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rockaastle County subject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E Ri GENTRY as a candidate for Superintendent of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JW KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Super intendent of Schools ock castle County subject to the action of the republican primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized announce JAMES acItionWe are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of rockcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican pary For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Hockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of r ockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican patty We are authorized to announce J F GRIFFIN as 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 Judol Diet We are authorized to announce HON B J BETHURUM as a candidate for Circuit Judge Twentyeighth Judicial WayncpPUt rty J f VV- COI 1inU ium rttu We are authorized to announce tIM l JARVIS as a candidate rpub1icn ricminnticn for wealths Attorney in the aSth Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party For Coroner We are authorized to announce VADE LIVESAY as a candidate for Coroner of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR MAQIST25ATE We are authorized to announce CuES LEY PAYNE as a candidate for Magis trate of the Third MagtstenaldcsmctI subject to the action party We are authorized to announce J H LAMBERT as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of the 2nd Magisterial District subject to the action of the republican Primary May 65 1909 SAVE THIS ANYWAY HereV5 a simple home made mixture as given bv an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Bright 7s disease He states that such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painful and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe Try it- Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces Take a tea spoonful after each meal and at bedtimeA druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often over comes the worst form ot Rheuma tism injust a little while This mixtur is said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Bhematism by forcing the Kidneys to filter strain from the blood and sysem all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription During the spring every one would be benefittect by taking Eoleys Kidney Remedy It furnirbes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to elemiuate the impuiities from it Foleys Kidney Remeds imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Chas C Davis A dispatch to a London paper from Horta Azores says that when the steamer Hamburg arrived at HortGrit was learned an attempt had been made aboard to assault former President Roosevelt but that it was frustrated and his would be assailant was placed in irousUp BEFORE THE BAR N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be VwithOut1hem For Chills Consti pation Biliousness or Sick Head ache they work wonders 25C Chas C Davis Myra D McCrum aged 79 years a CiM War novelist and story wri ter known under the pen name of Daisy Howard is dead at Fort Scott Kas KILLTHKCOUCHAND WITH Dr KingsV New Discovery lIF08 coucuaOLD trill PBICEI Mii ALL TNRATANPLVNSThOU- SLEGULAXTEDVIATI3PAOTOZ 0 XOKXT mxruvpxD Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M anufacturer ofAnd DEALER in Marbles and Granite monuments of alt kinds Estimates furnished on appli tlon GOO VENS Propr HIGH BRIDGE The work of rebuilding High fridge oi theQtteen and Crescent route across the Kentucky river is timeI are about completed and the pre liminary work is already in progress and from now until the new bridge is completed tie company will have a gang of men on the job The office and residence ot JM Curtie aughtr y the resident engineer who will superintend the work of the new bndgels bout completed and Mr Daugherv itl move into them in a few da s to remain there until after the mw bridge has been finished The new bridge will occup t h same the position as the pree one and win f e a little h1g ber U on account of carrying a daubfe track will he a gUild 1141 wider l the present tit Ti C be one ot the iMist iv r clr Slgu nd Cijsection of the country Cmcre c and steel will be used chiefly in the new structure the concrete being used only for the abutments The actual work of building the new bridge will begin within the next three weeks You should not delay under am circumstances in case of Kidney and Bladder trouble Yoa should take something promptly that you know is reliable something like DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills They are unequaled for weak back backache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains etc When youaskfor DeWitts Sidney and Bladder Pills be sure j you get them They are antiseptic Accept no substitutes insist upon gettiugthe right kind Sold by j Chas C Davi SEEDS f 1 We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell clover grasses seed oats l seed corn cane seed millet cow peas soja beans peanuts seed l potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion setsI garden beaus garden peas all kinds garden field and flower seeds land plaster and fejtilizers Write us for prices and samples State what you waufVNASH IILE SEED co 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn DeWitts Little Early Risers the best known pills made are easy toV take and act gnt1y and are certain We sell and recommend them Chits 0 Davis R W DYOHE ImNTISTMT Office at residence on Main Tt I All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a SpecialtyV j odhead Mb- Work 6 BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIQHT FRANCISCO Also Agentsfor Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M tfr MYERSI Denti tt- AtResidence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY I Will be in office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed C C Willianm ATTORNEYATLAWMT JiWOFFiCE On 2cd floor o The Bankof Mt Vernon on Churcl street Special attention giver to collectionsPhone 80 3 C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer ComDlete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Sanfocdi Ky iiiOL3PERCENp1iV nuatingthemothifljRgI 4V PromoesDigestionCheerfulj- OMi ness OpiwiMarphinenorfiiuraLt NOT NARCOTIC I AiILIirethitth- o Ui edonIV- 4 su signature ot ecNEW YOIj Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use For OverV Year- sCASTORIA tiV4- Lc 3tc 3aoe cc G3 3334 SPRING SHOES w Our Spring Shoes are in and we want you to come in and inspect our line VWe have everything in Men Women and Childrens LOW CUTS that you could wish for VCome in anti let us show you how we can save you money not only on shoes but every thing else J McKENZIESON Phone 93V J C y v IBARGAINs IN EVERYTHING AT 1 C Hiatts Bargain Store r Come ands e what you can do for cashor prodticeV Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are thebest A C HIATT II HIATTKENTUCKY I A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and women of all ages for womanly pains irregularity falling feelings nervousness weakness and anyV other form of sickness peculiar to females TAKE Thirty J C CARODIw It WU1 Help YouVMrs SL 0 Beaver of Unicoi Route No 1 MarV Jleton TennV writes I suffered with bearing down pain feet swelled pain in right side headache pains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles I cannot mention but I took Wine of Cardui usedforAT ALL DRUG STORm