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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r Fridayituou IldnlIIIIIi 1UIE XXII MT VERNON ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 19oJNUMBER J 21 I CATARRH DESTROYED MY APPETITE Catarrh 487 I suffered entire system I cured cheerful in which cured effectually I misery Torpid Liver Stomach Trouble Mr James Ony 626 Madison St Topeka Kas PC Railway and member Order of Conductors writes r I suffered with a torpid liver stomach which made com plexion very sallow and I ble and tired all the time An that was jag with such good advised mo to it I finally bought a bottle although I disliked to take patent medicine- sIioweverIfound Peruna very agree Able take and effective as I felt bet ter in a week I took only five bottles iu all and I found that was all I am chest you for what your medicine dune for me Dysentery Entirely Relieved two weeks after beginning your I well I used nine bot IP the Wgaiteta I r ERUNA rarely fails restore the appetite Immediately upon begin fling the use of Peru na patients begin eat and This is the universal testimony corning from all parts tho civilized world Catarrh is a very frequent cause loss appetite and disturbed digestion The beneficial influence catarrh restores the appe in such cases To prod the digestive organs with medicines that are merely stimulants is a poor remedy such cases Jam now cured and cheer fit in spirits all through the agency of Pernna which has cured mNtfcClI all andre my appetite My only that torcdJnot use Peruna sooner would avoided alliiry vious suffering and Mr Joseph H COJlltl1ZJ r Removed Appetite Mr Joseph Conlan 7th Ave Brooklyn from catarrh which completely I weakened my writesIam now and spirits all through na has me and restored my My only regret is that did not use Peruna avoided all my previous suffering and t rne conductor Santo Railway and trouble my felt misera aunt wrote me she tak Peruna results that she try and to needed- I grateful has Mrr Casey Leamington Ill WritesIn treatment was digest Pernna completely tite way regret is Restored ties of Peruna My case was bowel trouble or dysentery I also tried Peruna for a cough ac cording todirections and it exceeds any cough syrup I ever used 1 wish every one afflicted would give Peruna a trial Peruna a Tonic Capt R B Smith Greensboro Ga writesAfter using several bottles Pern I can recommend it as one the best catarrh medicines on the market As a tonic it has no equal Peruna is all that is claimed for it Catarrh of Stomach Mr Henry Neely First Lieittenau4 Co F 85th Regiment OI Box Trenton Mo writes Isnfff d for years with catarrh the stoma a Seeing advertisement lYnuin bought a hot tie and every dost marl mp feel better Seven bottles couipictei cured me l11l111fE111111R14l11l1fl1111ffltlll4l1t1i1111Y114i14l11i1 1ti14l t1 I E fxiT VERNON MET CD w PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AN- DEIBALUERs = Mt Vernon = g COUCH E AL CASKETS 3 HE Coffins and Robes pj- S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of E work for the company Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 BAB FURNISH WH KRUECER 3M f= Pnone Proprietors g l11111111111111111111111111111il11il11111Jf111111111111111 11111111 00 l The Old Reliable f a Most any Drug or Patent Medicine see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found youITHE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the county S C South Side DAVISIt MT VE Accounta i fiJsons keep their money here as a permanent Cl vestment w111 th risk of loannjr individuals isavoid e vs in IvestmIt ru fn om put the return accu J rateiy jmal1amnlsma eudd dat anv ttrF savings t offers a profi abl means t realize on fmds that are gSidle awaiting investiuent You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time Vith a determination to save you 1 y AAbankWas you can save from time to time We will pay you a regular rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail iff4 you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON i f INCORPORATED w MT VERNON KENTUCKY BEaMiff a8HN have Ry CAsZonXABear thoiha KinWou Sigaaftue r BIIOOHEAD Prayer meeting will be conduct ed the Baptist church on Wed nesday evening in each week T K Francisco bought of W T Brooks a nice yoke of oxen price SSo Rev Robinson conducted service theM E church here SundayJ W Hutchesbn is in Chicago this week Mrs J W Hutcheson is spending the week at Salvisa KvR G Wilniotot Nepton was the guest of Mrs Wilmot an d family SundavFred Durham is at home to see his j mother who has been sick for some weeks Misses Beu Jah WaUen and Carrie Friib were ihe pleasant vis itors in town tondayDr W Carter bought a nice young hor e of Webster Webb his week With two new poultry concerns towns produce will be no drag here Go t Br thers of Lancaster also Mr L A Farris of Somvrs the latter will he known as the Broadhead Pr duce CoGeo Conder of Craborchard was in town 011 business MondayEverv one wants to remember that a vote is to be taken on the question ol a graded schoolat this place Saturday April loih Dont forget the date and be sure to vote yes C To be poor need not mean to be pinched and starved in spirit The son of a king has royal blood in his veins and it will show itself in sharing his little with those who have little less in gentle courtesies and tender forbearances How is an provertj going to affect the soul it a man is both with that sort blood in his veins Dont think that I mean to say that a m in with au inadequate income a pour oman with a backload- of drudgeries is going to preserve perpetual affability and eternal sweetness oi spirit Was there a summer that did nut carry a sheaf of dark days in its bosom Who wouldappreciate June if there were no March Property will fling a shadow over the soul and render many homes so dark and gruesome that it is impossible for that soul to blossom forth into amiable speeches and sunny actions for a rose unfold its petals out of time but thank heaven we judge summer by the average not by any special spells ofweather If at the end we can speak of gathered flowers and gathered harvests we know that the season on the whole has been a success no matter how many rainy grumbly days there might have been Did you ever stop to consider the blessedness of that one little clause much is possible God lines quite well it was impossible to live forever at peace with men and circumstances It is to our credit my poor tired wornout friend if we foot up a fair average by and by when the season is ended An occasional sweet and sunshiny deed and action will count qnite much to our credit amidst allour environments ot poverty and toil and pain of vexing care and grind iug drudgery as the more constant shining of s heart upon which the sunshine of adventitious circum stances always rests So I say that is not in the power a of poverty to blasta life that carries the royal blood in its veins It is not in the power ot old clothes and scrimpy surroundings and to ceilings to render us forgetful of the many mansions that are awaiting us when there few seasons spent in an alien land ate forgotten NeA high records were mad for the season in the New York eneralIp o weeks go SWEPT OVER NIAGARA Thi terrible calamity ofen happen hcausea careless hoat man ignores the rivers wa fling growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the hack warns von the Kidhevs deedat e1ti niJou would escape fatal maladiesDropsv Diabetes Brights disease Take Electric Bitters once and see Backache fly and all your hest feelings retur weakidneys 0 JRBlatikenshipOnly soc at Gbas C Davis LIT1NG8TOJN John Lear of Carico was here Tuesday Mrs H D Magee who has been very sick is some better Mr and Mrs G E Painter of Brodhe dare visiting their daughter Mrs Emerson RiceMrs Carol who has been sick so long is just alive L Gamons is very tow with concumptionProf W Dickerson has moved to Mt Vernon and Bill Shelton has moved into the house vacated by the Prof W H Burton was in London Monday we will tell the cause later oP W Durbin the barber has moved into town into one of Mrs Sue Mullins housesJ T Penn mgton has bought the house and lot belonging to the Nichols heirs The revival at the Baptist church still goes on and up to the present time they have additionsMrs Lottie Burton is very sickJ G Anderson has moved to Mt Vernon Uriah Adams who has been on the sick list so long we are glad to say is improving Fishing now is the order of the day and no one enjoys a fishing trip more than J A Mullins who went the other day and caught one near a drift and has been back there every day since Thomas Jones who had serious trouble with his eyes is back in the restaurant at workIPreston house in the lower part of town has given it a new coat of paint and a new roof Uncle Jim Adams was down from Mt Vernon Monday looking alter his property The Ford Lumber Co are having their houses all repaired the supposition is that they will go to MaudReynolds Sunday nightBill Baker received his samples ol nothing Monday and will start on his tour soon he represents a house in N YWeh- ave just received word that Mrs Rebecca J Mink of Scaggs creek died last night TuesdayDr W J Childress and W H Burton were in Mt Vernon Wednesday The L N carpenters are here doing some work on the tankBy being misinformed I said born to the wife of Dr W J Childress a fine boy when should have betn a fine girtMrs Sue Mullins is having her property repaired We believe that summerhas indeed come This morning a bird perched its self on a distant oak and called the long roll The hills are getting green and we are led o exclaim Oh hov lovely are thy works of nature G D Cook has received a letter from the post office department concerning a mail route from here to Cedar ville We hope this wilt be a go for it is badly needed Mrs T Penn iugton after a delightfullvisIt wit relatives at Mt Vernon has returned hpmeJ A Mulling has sold his property here and le last night for Latollette Tenn i where he will make his future home usuallyhaveorder that saps the vitality which is naturally lower in old age Foleys Kidney Remedy corrects urinary troubles stimulates the kidneys and restores strength an troublew5 st they will strain out the uric acid that settles in the muscles and joints causing rheumatism Chas U Davis eThe injunction suit or Kentucky railroads is which the roads asked that the Railroad Commission of KentucKy be restrained from carrying into effect the order of the commission of June 20 Iqo 6 fixing rates on interstate busings- in that State was decided Mondav by the Supreme Court of the United States in favor of the roads SupremeCourtfrom a decision of J d eCochran Canttt if Kentucky ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR than have my feet cutoffsaidM L Bingham of Princeville Ill but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes doctorks a Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound the world 25c at Chas C Davis v QUAIL Rev Foley filled his regular ap- Pointment at Bethel Saturday and Sunday Morris Taylor and EIr1 bert Elder have returned it Crawfordsville Indiana after a two weeks stayThe little daughter f Vm Owens is very sick at this X IfProvideuceRev John ElderElder andjj3 Owens will teach a singing at Rose Hill David Elder will have a telephone put in his JU ItIsplendid business with their saw p mill Earnie Herrin has returned home from Berea Most farmers will soon be done utteringL the gee haw in turning the sod and Q will soon if the weather iQ plant corn Wheat crops areI Tf looking fine iu this section of Jvl countyOld Aunt Margaret Reynolds still remains very feeble = Q Griffin is on the mend A E Proctor will be fOUUdsm behind the counters at J Reynolds storeDavid ilingI wilt take charge of an office soonE A Todd remains a candidate for matrimony Sam Proctor spent Sunday Level GreenJohn Stringer JrIhas give up his lucrative position and will probly go in the merchantile businessJ a V Proctor the bustling merchant is doing a splendid j businessRev J M Cummins is re teaching singing school at Poplar X lGrove APPEAL FOR IMPROVEMENT A GOOD CLEAN THRIFTY TOWN t What doesitniean to the people dWhat does it mean to the wealth of y each individual It means growth Jkl not only for its population but rr encourages new residents in addition to being a place in which rf people would gladly settle Now Jtowhich rests not only upon a body Ij of officials but upon each individual JvL himself and why should we not have the place where in our work and heart live a place proud to look upon One must realize it takes money A and energy to accomplish these and naturally the question is asked js how will we obtain the desired improvements Appeal to the A younger citizens in whom youth and vigor excel First form a Commercial Club composed of ll represen tative citizens to meet one night in every two weeks Any W loyal citizen would gladly give up teat amount of time to this noble W work Let it be ach ones thought fittingh W encourage and suggest smaller W ways to beautify and enlarge such ftan organization could never fail and lajt but not least form a Social Improvement League with nominal dues among the younger people Z4 and encourage them to bring forth beauty and happiness in community Improve the theI clear out vacant lots and sow grass u seed tear down thee old section adII into a place which would not only appeal to the people but entirely change the aspect of the town U Place cans upon the street corners by which waste papers may be J disposed of rust these few simple j improvements and see what a clean beautiful city would mean to the pride zed heart of each I every citizen andIl 59MRS CLEO EiZ THESOULI WORDS TO F E Your son has Consumption lHis case is hopeless These ap tonJ Geo E Blevens aleading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung specialist Tnen was shown the wonderful power of Dr KiugsNew ilj Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Bleyens he was itakej1LuugTrial bottle free Chas C Davis r IEstablished 1887 9 to of of of H N Y to N to of on to as of na of or an of nt rf at at F in ot or as as to as as as it rv or at D R 10 it J so P J SI r S13L=if Is NOW OPEN AT t Chas cDavis i Leading druggist BASE BALL BASE BALL BASE BALL r Suppliesr j 300AssociationOfficial American Association Bull at 150 XBatsS e C Vi1J Leading DruggisteH Phone 89 MT VERXON KY T og The Game of Business t Remember the game is being played as It has never A greaterthancorapetiton is keener and the prizes are now won only by i w those who dare and do EBankcan little hope to keep his place in the march of prog Q ress In this century of achievement one is required to anticipate in advance the needs of tomorrow So start rCadYforM xf setup with this line of progress ti 1 signSofbookwIth a record of every junction post on this busy Q road g We will appreciate your company in our march il With best wishes PEOPLES BANK Qo i1 v YII o hdf J iDd co3 lJ The IWmbres Vaffey NgW ffU XHJQlLAND OF SUNSHINE A great buildingup climate Dry air Alti tude 4333 Best in the world for all liing troubles No mud No bad roads Soil produces in overabundance The coming valley of the coming State Hold back for years by ranchmen is now being settled rapidly Now is the time to get in on the ground floor If interested write giving idea of what you want Address exactly as follows Desk W S The Dymoiul Company Doming New lMexico ya J3E 3X3 t UJHD iiTAKE e It Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled III Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of JIJ r the county All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled J W A Phone 94S MT = t1 i WANTED Eggs Poultry and all kinds of Produce j AtNf t Vernon Bvgpy Monday WILL PAY UASII- endquartorsat Lancaster Ky wBflpTTfteo t rT j m TCi t I n == 11 S agsaaas tI s r IIIW tr r Q 1 I3 p + lvi 1Ct t l4r 4w III NY jK tV r Q yJ ftyr yV VJ y r Walk Over for Men II These Shoes walk over all They have no equal None as I good 3S0a1nd 400 = r cj3 CD3C I ii 3 I We have the best To saves you To from us saves you f i if t OF 20 at 15 18 at 12 at 10 10 at 8 f 4 i1T V FRIDAY April 9 1909 PiiblislUd every Friday by EDGAR S ONE YEAR 100 rates made known on V MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS THE clear and plain speech of Senator Bailey of Texas last week in replying to Senator Aldrich in the discussion over the matter of making up the tarriff bill is a valuable to the tarrjff discussicn It not only is a fair statement of the Democratic attitude but is a warning that the opposition is on the lookout The best and sorest way to bring out the truth in this tariff legislation is constant vigilance and courageous speech on the part of the opposition and Senator Baily can devote his talents to no better cause It will be amusing to watch the squirm when Senator Stone of Missouri undertakes to amend the tariff bill by providing thatin addition to free trade with the tbe shall be granted their in fifteen AND Judge H Cook Faulkner of will locate at Williams burg as soon as bis as circuit judge can be accepted and his successor appointed The House Committee on Ways and Means at a full meeting decided to amend the Payne tariff bill by removing the duty on tea and the duty on coffee It is reported in thattbe name of former Vices President Chas W Fairbanks ot Indiana is being considered at the White House for as ambassador to the Court of St JamesJames W Stone Game Warden of Wisconsin admitted to the Senatorial Primary Committee that he lied in his previous testtmony before that body He corrected his statement and gave some startling figures as to campaign funds collected from the game wardens The Democratic State Central Committee was in session at Lex ington Ten members voted in the Thomas A Combs of Lexington was elected campaign chairman and Lexington was selected as permanent cam paign Mr Combs was also appointed chairman of a with the power to select six other members who will in the present hear all the contests in the Democratic party in the State Ever see animals in captivity asleep asked the attendant at the Bronx Zoo the other day of a New York Times reporter Its a queer sight that is not often afforded to others than those who have the care of them he continued So the man to whom he spoke ac cepted the suggestion that he come up some night After dark the two walled to the deer ranges where softeyed creatures lazily munched the remnants of their dinners past dens of wolves and foxes where the former were pacing back and forth and snarling at one another past ponds of ducks and otters and beavers to the dens of the bears blasted out of the side of the rocky ledge There they stopped and the attendant pointed to a big black hulk being swallowed up by the falling darkness There was just light enough to make out that the feet of the animal were tucked under a humped body and that its drooping head was trying to emulate the paws Hes been snoring like a steam engine since 5 oclock said the attendant and he up until morning Hes early to bed and late to rise When the wolves howl as they do several times at nighthes the onlf fellow in the zoo vho isnt He just keeps on snoring does this Kadiak bear from Alaska II An hour later all but two of th bears were in sound slumber The hairyeared bear from Asia dreamed as he squatted on his launches and propped himself on his paws The crotches of the dead trees were occupied by black bears curled up in balls Cinnamon brown and grizzly bears were scattered overt e rocky floors There was one wideawake grizzly He squatted before the gate of his den and endeavored to pick the lock Halt Not a came primates house until the doer was opened with a creak Then every single living thing in there was very much alive about and chattering The hay In the cage rattled the sides of the cages shook as the monkeys swung up and down and th shelves and perches squeaked under- them Pretty soon they settled down and all were soon asleep again The little squirrel monkey which has a tail four times the lengvh of Its body was hanging to a perch and his tail was sticking straight up in the air Other monkeys lying On their stomachs and with their hands under their chins reminded me of the way human babies frequently sleep A big black ape was humped up on the floor with his head leaning against the side of the cage and siiortd away like a major The drills and mandrills from West Ainca sat up liae toy soldiers and a baboon perched high up on his perch looked the picture of content The lions were found sleeping like dogs either on their sides with their leet out straight or on their stomachs with their heads resting Ofctween tneir paws Two ot the tigers had roiled over oLithelr backs and their feet pointed toward the rool of the cage while their tongues stuck out from their partly opened jaws The puma was lying on his stomach sound asleep with his head twisted eround so that the back of theliead rested ou the floor and seemed to be perfectly con tented The thrown them selves on their sides and lay as still as mice Elephants sleep only when they think their keeper is not around Let him appear and they will stand and lazily swing r 1 Shoes have more comfort more style andmore wear for less than any shoe on the market S3HCO and 31O 1 We have a pair of American Lady Shoes in our SNOW window that are voith t20 V edo not want to soil this shoe but come in and ask to see them r U i F D f 3 RUBBERS K K RUBBERS U U LVFer Meng Werner and only buy them from sickness buy them money FALL AND WINTER LINE CLOTH1MG-Suits Suits 416 Suits at 13 Suits Suits f F KRUEGER SON phone 7 O Depot RNONSIGNAL ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION Advertising application ASSOCIATION contribution Republicans Philippines Philippinos independence years- POIrITICS POLITICIANS Barbourville resignation countervailing Washington appointment Investigating proceedings headquarters subcommittee wontwake disturbed persistently wentI scampering elepbantshad V American adyn These money other L4I hi1drri Qite Ineir trunks in circles as long as he is in sight Once he has vanished they loseno time in getting back to sleep The attendant said the wolves howled about every hour in the night When they were not howling the wolves lay on their sides dog fashion and slept lightly The foxes in the nearby dens however were just the opposite hey seemed to sleep hard despite their well known prowling pro clivities whet at large The howl ing of the wolves did not appear to ease them As a matter of fact according to old hunters the fox is a very sound sleeper once he makes up his mind toit Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N Yy writes My little girlwas greatly benefitted by taking Folevs 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 cleansesthesvstem aud clears the complexion Chas C Davis CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CnM CoIsIirntohis disease it is thought to bein the beginning It can always be stoppedin- the beginning The trouble is you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe ittill you are forced to Then it is dangerous a Dont be afraid but attend to it quickyou can do it yourself and at home Take SCOTT EMULSION of Cod Liver Oil arid live care fully every way This is sound dpctririeT what ever you may or told and if heeded will save life Send this advertisement together with name of paper in which it appeals your address ant lour cents to cover postage and we will send you a Complete Handy Atlasof the World SCOTT BOWNE 409PearI St New York Little business has been transacted at the Statehouse today on account of it being All Fools day The State Journal this morning printed a story about a monster which had been captured at a point in the Switzer neighborhood in this county and stated that the animal would be on display at the Statehouse All day there have been crowds in all the offices looking for the strange beast The Story was an April Fool joke but it was swallowed whole by most ofthe people who read it The visitors were sent from one office to another until they had tramped all over the building and left only when they were worn outCourier Journal Special from Frankfort April I The Hopkinsville Independent says the Democrats left a millioni and a half in the treasury State and all of the eleemosyuaiy institutions in good repair when they turned the State over to the Republicans but now there is a big deficit in the treasury and the farmers lands are Increased in val uation ten to twenty peicent by the Equalization Board at Fank fort to make up the deficit caused by an extravegant and reckleii Governor who 9 set himself up as the master of the people instead of being their serv ant And it may be added that there is very little prospect for Slate affairs in a financial way to better themselves in the near fu ture as there is right now 350000 out tanding obligations it is impossible to meet as there is not likely to be any funds in the coffers of the treasury until next fall when the sheriffs make their returns in taxes And right here we wish to say to all those professed Democats who indulged themselves in the luxury ot bolting their ticket at the last gubernatarial election and voting for Wilson that they should go out behind the barn and kick themselves until it would be the most painful thing in the world for them to sit down naturally 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 ill infor mation regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 2931 East end Street New York City k i GRANVILLE OWENS IIUNDERTAKERBo I r I W Children especially like Kennedys Lixative Cough Syrup as it tastes uearv as good as maple sugar It not only heals irritation and allays inflammation thereby stopping the cough but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold front the system It contains no opiates Sold by C C Davis SILVER DARE Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky This handsome fellow is 10 hands 3 years old and is s mahogany bay Sired by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Jhe tel Dare 10 N S H R lie by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by rang William 67 he by Washington Denmark 04 he by Gams Denmark H he by race horse Denmark F S he by Imp illedgeford Dignitys first clam by Liziemont by Welch mont No 7Af H R he by William Welch 341 he by Rys dicks Hambletonian 10 Dig nitys second dam by Abdallah Messenger third dam by Gills Vermont fourth dam Therough bred Welch monts first dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2893 Silver Dares first dam is by Silver King ee by On Time he by Sionewall Jackson he by Washington Denmark 04 Silver Dare will make the sea son of 1939 at my Istable i mile from Hiatt postern ce at 10 to insure a living col- tWARFIELD At the same tiinn and place I will also stand a good jack at 6 to insure a livingcolt Care tak en to prevent accidents or es capes but not responsible should any occur Season money be comes due when mares are trad ed or parted with Phone in residenceR SMITH Hiatt Ky OIEYM1o4tMRCures Wtfai PrtYMts fttumBia COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled J W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC 0LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND I Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Gov Augustus E Willson ap poimed Lotnraou wealth Attorney Wm Lewis judge ot thIs Circuit Court District to succeed Judge H C Faulkner resigned Judge Lewis would have succeeded to the office in a few short months having as is well known already secured the nominat ou Judge Lewis will fit hIS job his past work as prosecut ing attournev having given him the xperience Knowing him as we do we are sure he will sit with the scales of even justice in his hands for all alike We congratulate him for thus early coming into his ownLondon Democrat If you have backache and urinarv troubles you should take Foleys Kidney Remedy to strengthenand build up the kidneys so they will act properly as a serious kidney trouble may develope Chas C Davis ROY L BRITTON FAINTER PAPERHANGER AND DECO iRATOR Having bought W A Carsons outside right will make a specialty of outside workIAll Work Guaranteed ROY L BRITT O1V Phone 69S Mt Vernon Ky A k MT VERNOI sIGNAL MT VIRNON Ky April 9 19091 1 79 Call up No 79 whenyou wuntto Cram muni- cnte with SIGNA h l91 A 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 p n 21 South 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERS011AL Pet Gentry is in Tennessee Col John W Miller is in town this week Miss Bettie Pennington is at tending school here Jas I White was here Monday and Tuesday writing insurance Scott Miller has returned from Miss Taylors school at Princeton KyMrs Matilda Houk is visiting her sister Mrs Jane Bloomer near Wabd Mrs John McKenzie is visiting her daughter Mrs C D Sutton at Withers Mr C A Redd of CrabI Orchard was a pleasant our town Tuesday popuarigrocery man was Orchard Monday- L T Welch and family will leave to day for Alabama to make their future home Melvin Owens our efficient Qnail correspondent was a pleasant caller at this office Monday George W Baker returned from Loutsvlle Saturday night with his new Spring line of clothing Mr Hall Pryor nephew of Judge Pryor Louisville is the interesting guest of Miss Risse Williams J A Mullins was a vistitor to our town this week John is look ing well and says he is feeling fine Mrs T f Pennington and children visited her parents Mr and Mrs G W Gentry the first of the weekMiss Montye Martin has returned home after a few days visit with her sister Mrs John Moore at Berea Drs Laswell and Lewis were in from Wildie yesterday and reported every thing quiet in that sectionDr L Myers will complete his special course at Louisville today and will return home to night to say We are glad to know that Miss Lela May Lovell who has had typhoid fever at Princeton is t veiy much better i Rev C C Metcalf was in from the Bee Lick section Wednesday and told us that he is well pleased I with his new home We are glad to see Mrs Anna I E Miler able to be out again after a two weeks confinement to her room hy a sprained ankle Miss Thornton of the Brown Memorial faculty has been very sick for several days We Lope for her a speedy rec very Mr Wilson Mink of Canon City Colorado after being away 24 years is visiting his mother Mrs Rebecca Mink who is very low at the home of her son Thomas in the Brindle Ridge section 0 1LOCALBetter clothes at less money at Fistts S BRamsev is building a new r otnto his butcher shop near the RaMgad crossing J Jf Fish is showing some very I pretty oxfords for men in ox boxls tanS and patents at 350 and 466 for Easter The Mt Vernon Base ball boys hav their new out fit which is first class and up to date and we fully expect to seethe boys make a good showing this year LT Welch who has been act ing as agent for Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co is no lon ger in our employ He was discharged April ist 1909 TURNER DAY WOOLSWORTH HANLDLE Co BY E R Dayison ii lrc1 I J Fishs big ad on this page IRead your want clothes see him forget Uje big show of Tailoring samples at Fishs nfxt week Born to the wife of William Moore of the Maretbur a line boy on the 6th Dont lail to see The man with a smile worth while at the courthouse next Thursday evening Mr and Mfg Marion Hamlin have moved from near Lafollete Mr Hamlin sold his farm there J G Anderson and family of Livingston hveti1oved to the R K Powell property on Newcomb Ave Dont experiment with any old fertilize Buy the Globe you know its alright For sale by J Fish Mt Vernon Ky The intertainment for Thursday night April 15th is to begiven in connection with the Brown Me morial school The residence of Andrew Miller of near Orlando was destroyed by fire Saturday night burning every thing in the house J M Craig was here Tuesday and told us that he had bought over 200 good fat hogs in the last few days from 43 t05 cents poundMrs Rebecca Mink of the Skeggs Creek section died Wednes day after an illness of several days We were unable to learn the cause of her illness To THE PEOPLE OF MT VEI ON 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 NovemberR JOHNSON The Mt Vernon base ball team has a challenge from Green Nebraska Indians It is likely they will arrange a game with the Indians here sometime during the season Of course the Indians know our boys can play ball or they wouldnt want tc be caught here FOR SALE OR ExCHANGEOne Perless Traction engine 16 horse power one 24 inch American burr and belt Will exchange tor team of mares or mules Also one Planow Binder in good repair and 200 bales of hay A T GOLMAN April9 3t Crab Orchard Ky Other towns can boast of their Having a good police and we might as well join in and say we have a good one too Chief Furgeison is wearing a nice blue uniform with brass buttons now and he certainly keeps things in good order He has no favorites and is always ready to arrest anyone when misbehaving especially the drunk and those who use obscene language on the street George is all right and the people know it With each succeeding day the various races for the different county offices becomes more interesting Each and every candidate is in the field and before very long the fever heat may be expected Just at this time we would offer this suggestion to the good roads people throughout The county and especially the good roads Republicans when a candidate ask you for your vote ask him what he will do along the good roads Jne if elected On March the 27th the Christian Sunday School had an attendance of 143 and collected 251 regular collection One year ago last Sunday this same school had an attendance of 37 and collected 52 cts regular collection This is the largest Sunday school in Eastern KYJ on the L N RR according to reports sent out every week from S S headquarter in Louisville There are very few boys and girls iriMt Vernon who are not attending some one of our three Sundayschools To THE REPUBLICANS OF THE COUNTY I desire to say that if elected to the office of assessor that Mr H H Nicely ot the Wal nut Grove section will be my dep uty I am trying to make a clean and honorable fight for this nom ination I am a cripple a poor man and need the office I hope to be able to see every voter in the coun ty in person before the primary but should I fail to do so 1 trust you will consider my claims before you cast your vote Weigh an d claims in the balance of right my justice and if yon deem me worthy cast your vote for Dl- eYourfriend VW H BAKER yc f t f ft n tr iI i ftc G w- I i f l 0F i X SPRING SUilwINGS FROM 3TU3 OSmOIIICAGC c ALL NEXT WEEK At v FISHSw- e take your measure right and Strauss Bros make the clothes right SUITS MADE TO MEASURE FROM 20 TO 50 i April12thterns for this Spring These samples are about a yard square and you can tell just how the suits will look Let us show you 3gD C j alIIheman on Clarence L Burgderfer entertainer the man with a smile worth while at the court house Thursday evening April istb The base ball season is wide open now All the boys are bnsy practicing before and after and sometimes during school hours Chambers Oldhatn has bought the residence of Preston ennington on Queen St We understand Mr Pennington will probally leave town Moptgomery the young man who got in trouble over at Living ston about two weeks ago had his examining trial last Friday andwas held over Being unable to fill bond he was returned to jail to await the next grand jury SURE CUREPeople 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 me at BurnsideKyJ LIPS Mch 26 31 A H Hamlin bought of Hon B B King of Lincoln county a fine jack for which he paid 900 This jack will make the season of 1909 at Mr Hamlins stable on Richmond St at 10 to insure a living colt At the same time and place his fine combined horse Frank will also make the season at the same charge Gauley Ky Apr 4 1909 EDITOR SIGNAL I have decided to withdraw from the race for Circuit Court clerk and take this means of announcing to my friends and the public in general my decision in the matter In withdrawing from the race I do so In favor of my friend H L Smith and respect fully ask my friends to support Mr Smith in his race for that office With grateful heart to those who assured me o their support I beg to remain Yours very truly GEQ K ROBINSON l The Fiscal court met this week and fixed the county levey at 40 cts same as last year Beaty Hamlin are making preparations to installseveral new pieces of machinery in their flouring mill R A Welch is having the old barn which stood on Main street near railroad crossing torn down which will add much to the appearance ofthat portion of the street NOTICEI will complete the course I am now taking in Louis ville April 21 and my office will open April 22 where I will be fouud every day ipthe week prepared to give you not the cheapest but the best dental service that experience money and skill can produce Respectfully DR M L MYERS Mrs Martha Baker of this county Monday re iveda tele phone message from the Superintendent of the Western Insane Aiylum at Hopkinsville aononnc ing the death of Stephen Baker a patient in that institution asking disposition of remains Mrs Bakers husband whose name is Isaac Baker not Stephen was sent to Lexington i3years ago The Hop kigsville Superintendant said Ba ker Stephen was transferred from Lexington to Hopkinsville Mrs Baker believing there had simply been a mistake in the first name was making preperations to have the remainsbrought here Up on suggestion of James Maret local exchange man she stalled up the Superintendent of the Lexington Asylum and ascertained that her husband Isaac Baker was still a patient there alive and in fair health Stephen Baker was sent from this county June 12 1805 about the same time that Isaac Baler was adjudged insane Its a mysterybowthe Hopkinsville Superintendent got the name of Martha Baker being the wife of Stephen Baker when the families are strangers and no relation to each otherStephen Bakers father and fam ily moved west some years ago and if there are any relatives left in this county they cannot be located If YOU miss the entertainmentInext Thursday always regret it Burgderfer is an artist in his line and a man worth seeing and hearing Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday after being in session only two weeks although it was a regular four weeks term It seemed that no one was ready for a trial and but very few cases were tried DUDLEY Mr Andrew Millers house burned last Saturday niglttVe are having Summer weather and the farmers in this locality are plowing and making ready to plant corn There was a large crowd out at Maple Grove Sunday school last Sunday On next Saturday and Sunday Rev Parker will fill his regular appointment at Flat Rock churchWinchester Granite Brick Co are preparing for a capac itv of 100000 brik per week The lime kiln will be ready for use in a few daysVars Laura Reams spent the day with Mrs Charles Hubbard Monday The infant of r and Mrs James Hackett which has been very sick is able to goI around againHenry Evans is ex pected to go south in a few days on the account of his health Miss Emma Anderson and her little brother Sollie was the guest of their sister Mrs James Hackett Mrs Ponder is at home planning to raise a crop this year Telegra phy is generally the talk among the boys in this vicinityWe are very proud to see Uncle Harrison Reams Srs health so goodMr Ambers Rader moved into the old section house at DudleyMrs L I Reams visited her sister Mrs Jake Reams last Saturday Wo Buy FURSHides and was Feathers Tallow Beew z Giazaag Golden stYelow Root May Apple Wild Gazer etc We arodealertl ettaUiilxd l85Orcr half a century ia andCD do better for you agent or tmiiniiiTrn merchant Reference any Baalcik LouimRe Writ for weeUy list pad sKppins tate M Sabot b Sons 229 E Mtrkbt St Young Men The young man should be extra particular about his clothes His social and material welfare depend to a great extent on the impression he makes The neat and trim looking young fellow gains and holds favorable atten tion Young men should have their clothes made to order but they should be sure to select the r right tailor In this connection we recommend for their consideration 7 Strauss BrothersrMaster Tailors Chicago They not only guarantee faction but we back it up ours We are showing satisIcleverest line of r madetoorder clothes 1mentsy that encourage economy are the rule Just come in to look without the least obligation to ordertTAKE A LOOK r In last weeks Commsner Mr Congressmen who deserted to the Brvan scoted Reprasentative Fitz Cannon standard in the fight on gerald and the other democratic the rules A6solafe tt Grapes give Part ythe chief ingredient A the active principle and healthfulness toI ROYAL BAKING POWDER fibrolutely ure Insures wholesome and dell cious food for every day in every home e No Phosphate No Alum xpz ttxxi- I Grand Display OF master Millinery i Styles to suit all facesEffects to satisfy all tastes Oar clever designers have evolved many strikingly beantttnV Hats Original effective designe3 that vie in beauty with fia ported models Richness elegance and refinement nark fch one the work of a Specialist Peach Basket Hat a 50 Flowerpot Hat 400 i FritzyScheff 7 00 IBebiyeRemarkably low prices considering style and i Brand new Flowers Foliage Etc the seasonsqna1ityi est and choicest effects fresh from New Yorkat cf MRS CLEO BROWN THE LEADING TStelINEE J M it You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it is Weak You must eat in order to live and because the body requires that you eat a sufficient amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested When the stomach cant do it you mifst take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol digest the food Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it rest and Kodol will do that A wife 1 wJJ1m A Positive Cure For g Corns Bunions ijda 1IJC berry Mo writes I have z used Snow cah say enough for it for Khcu in the house three 2Sc 50= 100 f 1Har GO 1t6 171t10 I Sold and Recommended by Chas C pf ant to take Thpinew Does not ripe Cures stomach and liver and chronic con- t by the natural action ofthe ver and bowelsy f lief ub tltuto8 MOB BOo rJld by CbsisV ODavis J negro who a policeman to death i t ft while resisting ar ewas hanged bo a mob at Pensacola Ela If q NQ JlJ bNThe price in plain figures is at tached to the sieve aud the labe shown above is sowed inside of col lar of all f1iele1 Suits either style single or double breast Ik vrA pattern uied 10 every Ones fancy while the make is better than seems necessary or possible at any of the seven prices 10 the lowest 20 to Sold under an iron clad U ANT m r1iEGERsortNit Vrnen jy = Eat What You want of the food you need Kodol will digest strengthY ttforoughty OOJteful will alwavs keepsaicplied 4LL4RDSSNOW UN1ENT oiesSpr ijMrsUninioSfcand isthothliment D- avisoRzcNo Laxative Fruit Syrup laxative nauseate troubles stipation restoring stom acfiti gMjiteAlexandeKa adMstabbecl COLT4ARLAI3LE SffIELD andn Thern highest Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to you without question or delay We will pay the druggist the pric of the bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one in a family suchanwhat Kodol will do for you It would bankrupt us- Thedollarbottlecontains2times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is made at the laboratories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by CHAS C DAVIS havo Sizes or Are You Sick Much sicknessisdue to a weak nervous systeixu Yours may ber If itisyou cannot gei well iintit strengthYour natures power house the getthenthe power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its bene ficial effect leadingbooks and found that Dr Miles Ner firstdoseanddohasdonemend It to others JOHN JAMES Riverton Nebr NervlnefallstoMiles Medical Co El hart md V17HITES Dream Vermifuge THE GUAftAITEEIJ WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOMr BaHardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIO nrO Sold by Chas ODavis Foleys iIneand Tar is o safeguard against seriOus result from spring polos which inflam the lungs and develope into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits be insisting upon having the geuine Folevs Honey and Tar which contains tip harmful thugs Chas C Davis ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rbckcastle County subject to the action of the Republicarilparty We are authorized to announce LW JETHURITJI as a candidate for Judge f Kockcastle County subject to the ac iou 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 Attorney of Rockcastle County subject to the acti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J MICELEY as a candidate for Sheriff if Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion ot the Republican party We are authorized to announce GS GRIFFIN as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty 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 r1FRICourt Clerk of Rockcastle county sub ject to the action of the epublican par areauthorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle Countysub ject 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 County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MTTLLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Kockcastle 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 camlidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce TIP ZANGFORi as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County snbject to the action of the republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINPORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS asa candidate for Jailer ef Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the republican party CARIROLltion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce G W DECKER as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the action of the Republican primary We are authorizee to announce TAY LO C IARJC asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle county subject tothe action of the republican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFER ON as a candidate for Superin tendent 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 entof School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend cut of Public hools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools ockcastle 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 to announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the ac tion ofthe Republican party We are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of rock castle county subject to the action ot the Republican par- yorClrcultCourt Clerk We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLERas a candidate for CircuitCourt Clerk ofr 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 party We are authoiedto announce J FI GRIFFIN asa candidate for reselection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of rockca county subject to thef3ctkra of the republican partvdI bron xtGISTZATE Were authorized to announce CHES aststrnteofthesubject to the action of the republican 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 rep ublican Primary May es 1309 Vj FprCbroner We are authorized to announce WADE LIVKSAY as a candidate for Coroner of Rcckcastle county subject to the action ofi the Republican party STOMACH DISTRESS Every family here ought to keeps omeiiapepsin in the house as any one ofyou may have an attack Indigestion or Stomach trouble attain v time day or night Tiiis harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and over come a sour stomach in five minutes afterwards- If your meals dont tempt ou orviyhat little you do eat seem to flU you or lays like a lump of lead itxyour stomach or if you have heartburn that is a sign of indi gestion4sk your Pharmacist for a 50 ceit case of Papes Diapepsin and take one triangule alter supper tonight There will be no sour risings no belching of uiidigested food mixed wth acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Naue Debilitating Headaches Dizziness orlntestioallripini This will allgo and besides thrre will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a ceitaic cure for all stomach mtser because it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as ii your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt releif for all your stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 5Ocent cases contaiu more than sufficient to cure a cae- of Dyspepsia or Indigestion We often wonder bow ai pelsOn Can be persuaded into taking anything but Poleys Honey and- Tatfor coughs colds and lung trou le Do not be fooled into accjegiing own make or other substitutes The genuine contains no harmful drugsand is in a elo package WANTEDWe want product and w want it badly If you have it and want to sell it for the cash bring it to m we wi r pay the highest market price at pav yoUlhe money Try us and see T M DEs Mch 26 tf Livingston Ky During the spring every one would be benefitted by talcing Eoleys Kidney Remedy It furnirhes 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 impurities from it Foleys Kidney Reraeds imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Chas C BaVis The local option elections intbe cities of Ashland and Catletburg and in Boyd county resulting in Ashland going 107 Catlettburg 22 wet Theconnt1 outside of these towns went Congressman A O StableyI madejan earnest ilea in the House of Representatives for the removal of the tax on leaf tobacco UP BEFORE THE BAR NH Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for goodfatuitywithout them For Chills Consti pation Biliousness or Sick Head 2SCCbas KILLmtCucHANDCURETHE KingsNew IIfOR c UCMS OLDS lIaICEII ANDALL THRGATAalUNGTIMMJILEL GUABANTZXDSATZMPACTQZIop Mount Vernon Mouthnt t WORKS 1M anofacturerofandDEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofafl kinds Estimates furnished on application It GKCXOWJBNS Propr A riiJi IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UJ lTRDSTATRSI I FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the 1ot a bankrupt Suntord Ky 4 i Aj meet p oi the creditors 19091 above named wno hat adjudged Bankrupt Wilt Oe heu i the office of the Reieree o iiuu Ky on the 12111 day oi April 199- at 9 oclocic A tu cicc Trustee loir me estate ul saiu Bankrupt and fur the transaction ot other busideas as may cimt bciute the meettug Comply wuu Sec 57 oi tne dauitrupt Act coa ceruintf pci t oi tams otherwise Jour claitUa Cuu Uoi UC diweu J t AUWDEKS RtIct u ti4tiupLj- N i dL ui iU 1vUUL Ut LL4- iitje U 1 LJ 1 4 di tiei iAt- tij1 it j lJCh Y In the matter ot ra b4ILku- ptJLRAsuL alao iv 4 19 9 A UiccUUJ t iUi 1 tII ul above uameo who aat oct adjudged BaMwiup win oc 0 ui at the uthce oi iu Kticit o Sia i JC ou tOe 12 day ot April 1909 at i o oclock A M to oeci a TruMcv iOi Jic es L t U Bduoiupt auu lur iuc u tuaaca u ot other business as mnv couje btfoie tue meeiing impithSec 57It xiie BuiKrupi Ac cerutng prun It ia m e OUr cldltu Ca ii Ur u i e JN OAUDhlKS g Ltctc 14 You it1OUd CHCU nSliuCt me Hluddei ivni sometbtg prompl i is i elicit syej g h 0 Kidnc if1 are un qsiiet i c backtcne flinia bladder heuin r c Ptll5C When y uaSr fur DvvVt v Kidnrv and ldcicr s o rt you get rhem Tu ruw ourj ic Accept nOxsvbstilate hiswt upitr- gettingthe right kind Sld b ChaSe C Davis OAS C BEAlam tu d De Witts i1ttle Early Risers the best knowupil1smade are easy to take and act gently and are certain We sell and recommend them Chas C Davis R W DYOHE D SNISTMT Office at residence on Main Tt All WorklGuaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty iIjrod1xd Marble Work BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured ALBRIGHT FRANCISCOI Also Agents fpr Iron Fence- D BALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSI Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street Mt VERNON KY Will be incjfSce only Saturdays and Mondays until April ISIWork guaranteed C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON K VORFICB Guard Eoo Bank ofMt VernonurChurx I street special tftentioi tecr3l1ections Phone No bci 3 G McCL1UY Undertaker Ernbalrtler EOffllljBte LINE ofCukets Robes c Ortiffe by telephone attend f promptly 3tankkrd K 3Jf S ldij II 1 1L 11I1r ALCOHOL 3 PElt CENT AgetablePrepaiujiofojsiTh tmgtJleStomarl1 andoelscI rUD PromoshwcuIiii oroli norNtairal- t Nor NcoTlc AedgLThc1wmt diiltSttl IhStnl fhrsr u IF ApfectRenledyfOrCOTtSIlaXl FacSimile Sigoature or- NEW YORK Exact Copy or Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use For Over Years CASTORIAThE 4 + o G4cE + l SPRP1G SHOES i pL i Ii u i u 3 srItvaitt UU to iavr t J d IllSJjeet 411 lUlV cII thjnfin 1TtlIJ1 j e j G jii nf L4 y CUTS that J Jlr ioiiM wish Itj trJ 1OjCbujem and let us show you how we llt i vev u money not onlyon hoes but overv ujiu else H- j McKENZIE SON Phone 98 xx iEJEYF fl BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING AT l C Hiatts Bargain Store I Come and see what you can do for cashor produce Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are the best A C HIATT I HIATT KENTUCKY r Every Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La I used to luffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and noiw I feel good all the time TAKE Thirty CARD UI It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the caii5eof most womens pains trengthen ing the weakened womanly organs that suffer be cause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but ai true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and recommended for all sickwo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Belief AT ALL DRUG STORES r