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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i t Published Every if Friday i i j 4- nuu1 nUu + I VOLUME XXII MT VERNCXN ROCKCASTL KY FRIDAY APRIL 16 1909r C NiZMEA 30 IIjEmwpmmn fttit1mtnttttttnnttnmmmmitjmmttt w I g SIT lERNON DfISRET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL AND- EMBALMKRS Vernon COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3- E Coffins and Robes 3- E Livened Embalmer will charge of that line off work for the company- Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points w A BtURIWt H KRUECER Pn e proprietors = Ul1tl1nnlill1111linlf1h Il1111111r111filf1fdlH1U l1111111111iN X = = = = = II The Old Relable I Most any Drug or Patent Medicine see advertized in the SIGNAL can be yonI TIE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the county SGDAVISSouth r III MT VERNON KY ccctAccountqMauy persons keep money here as permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid t ed As an investment you can compute the net returns saringsitaj youtAs borrowers we stand ready tojreceiye amounts 1asyou can savejfrom time to time We will pay you aregu rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if j you will call at the X THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED Mt VERNON KENTUCKY r 4 Tobacco raised in the houses at the Kentucky Experiment Station at University Lexington and representing plants which have been growing during the winter has just been cut The plants were set out in the greenhouse last fall for the purpose of experimenting burley tobacco growth of different kinds of soil brought from various parts of the tate and recently reached the stage where it was ready to be cut and house exactly as is done with the ordinary crop in August and early September The quality of this crop is exceptionally good all of the soils used having produced well although there ate of course variations which will be pointed out in the experiment stations reports the tobacco has been curedand tested G NJ ipldan of Ir v ingt n Ky weighed vup to Harry Norton 2 car Loads of cattle on Saturday March 27 averaging rsTojd Ibs at 639 pert and 40 hogs at 6 55 Mr Norton shipped these cattle to St Louis They were put on feed of seed meal hulls and corn on December i i9o8 for ji6 da average S and t okon301 pounds This bunch of cattle is considered the best ever shipped from Breckenridge county Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N y writes My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Folevs OrinoLaxative 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 pteqsant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine 4as it cleanses the system aud clears the complex pm C Davis i1 t Gov Patterson has ordered soldiers sent toW verly Tenn where several riigbt rider cases lare jto be called for trial j7If you have backache and urinary troubles you Should take Eoleys Kidney Remedy to- iStrerigthenandbUttd up the kidneys ip they act properly as a kidney trouble may feelbe C Davis t 3 Sf 2 Ii 3 3 DIRECTOBS 2 3Mt Ky 3 E have E q1 lj their accu J bank such bank green State winter when cotton Chas Chas On behalf of the State of Tenn essee a motion was entered Monday Supreme Court of the States to dismiss the case of the Standard Oil Company The case involves the right of the company to do business in the State which was decided by the Supreme Court of Tennessee against the company Mrs E C EverlY V gyp IUI FEEL well never felt better thanks for your attention nDlP runs I will be glad to doall bean inthe way of advancing the sale of your vat sable medicine I do think Peruna the best medicine I have tried at any time Since I began taking Peruna we have never been without it I really believe that every woman in the world ought to have deruna on hand all the time for if she gets tired Peruna refreshes her if she gets neiv ous it soothes her if despondent it cheers and invigorates It is a constant friend to the nursing mother both for herself and for her child and finally when old age comes no medicine on earth is of greater Ion y to the woman Surely Peruna is the womans friendMns E 0 EVEBLY 2103 Franklin St Philadelphia Pa Stronger Than for Years Mrs Caroline Snndhcimer Clarke Louisiana writes IIam feeling quite well now I can work again and am stronger than I have beeiufor years and I do bolievo that runasavcdmy1ife Jqvlllad vise allIcanitotake your lnedicine j f Mama = fin n ideal Laxative LI F1N6SVO News is scarce here nowTom Hall has moved to CorbinHorace Prouse has moved to Pulaski county The VI tower above the depot has been toqx down we cant assign the reasonMrs Houston McFenon has been visit ing her daughter MrsW J Childress the past weekHugh Stewart has been working in the ticket office while Charley Reynolds isou his honey moonMrs G W Griffin and sister Mrs W D Griffin of Jellico Tenn have re turned home after a pleasant visit with relatives here jMr and Mrs ngjMrreturned1hMay Ky Mrs W M Hanks who has been very sick with fever is some better Born to the wife of Alvin Reynolds a fine boy MraE B Cox of Mt VernOn was visiting Mrs V J Childress from Friday until Saturday tastDr W J Childress reports the birth of a fine boy to the wife of Harry Huston of Hazel PatchWH Ponder of Gauley still makes his weekly visits to Livingston and strange it is always on Sunday a young widow is the attraction =The Junior Order will have a free supper at the hall Saturday night for ally uniors We wish we could give a free supper to all This council has been established only two years and we have had lots of sickness and a few deaths but still we fight on We have given several bibles and flags to schools as this is part of our duty We were shocked last Saturday when it was learned that the train had killed Little Presley Tan keisley the 10 year old son of Mr and Mrs Robert Tankersley He and his bjjotUer lefUtown and when they got to the bridge a freight train was passing them they concluded to jump on and ride The older boy got on but the younger one fell under and the train ran over him His legs were severed from his body and he was cut and bruised in an awful manner He lived twenty minutes He was hurried at the family hurrying ground over the river Sunday The friends of the deceased have the sympathy of the entire community Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade Death came with friendly care The opening bud to heaven conveyed And bid it blossom there The revival that has been going on at the Brptist church for the past two weeks is nearing its close Eighteen or twenty have joined eight was baptized Sunday Rev Barnes will go to Mt Vernon to hold a series of meetings there A few days ago a DaRC with a monkey and band oagan passed through here he stopped in front of Joe Olivers store when Joe gave the monkey some money to dance for him but the monkey made a polite bow to joe and returned to its master If you want to get a tight lust ask Joe if the monkey danced Born to the wife of How ard Bowers a fine girl baby Wed uesdayNewt RfggsL it N coal inspector was on the C V R R MondayJohn McCarthy and wife of East Berristadt were hete uudaYDr Green of London was in our town last week doing dental work lie informs us that he will be herd every Thursday and Friday Dr Webb has just equipped his office with desk and safe Success to you Dock SWEPT OVER NIAGARA This terrible calamity often happens because a careless bbatf min ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys deed attention if you would escape fatal maladies Dropsy Dia betso1i Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache flv and all your bestfee iuKs return After long suffering from weak kidneys ud lame back one ioo bottle wholly cured me U writes J rentYOnlyOATODXA oftfseilitKiad ZJL84 B1U DREAD A vote on he graded school at this place gave a majority of bver two to one in its favor The following trustees being elected B C Anderson J J Albright W c11HJ4ou 3 R Wilmott left this place ou the 14 iust for St Louis Moand other points west Rev M JH Pike was called to Kirksville Monday to attend funeral servicetThe trboPslthis place informs us of their splendid progress in preparing the plays to be given some time in ne month the dates issueITheoi Mr Frank Brooks on Saturday night were greatly enjoyed by all present There were several in attendapce from Mt Vernon who were very welcome guests cbme againMiss Margurite Livingston of Garrard county was the guest of Mrs J T Cherry between trains SaturdayMiss Jude Mc Call of Mare b irg has been visiting Miss Jewel FranciscoWe- are informed that Mrs Lena Stephens of Crab Qrchard will begin her class tsat this place bout May the first A H HAMLIN ASKS A VERY SENSIBLE QUESTION TO THE EDITOR OF THB SIGNA vT I believe In mental and corn mercial imprpvrnent I have a fair ily that I want to see have some of the Advantages whicH have not come to me Some property owners claim that they are to poor to put dowu concrete side walks Side walks should belt and extended to the coaporation limits This is absolutely necessary to the growth and prosperity of the town The streets should be properly graded Now i want to ask if there is not some law by which the town can build the side walks of a uniform width and regularity grade and macadamize the streets and the property owners have five or ten years to pay for it This would work no hardship on any one and and yet we could have good walkways leading in every direction for the benefit of the schools and churches for the benefit of the people who reside here and must go to there places of business or go to worship or to visit and also for the benefit of the school children The town trustees we trust will look into this question tor it seems to me to be a very important one I am very much interested is the reason I write this Yours for bet ter roads and streets I am Very respectfully A H Hamlin usuallyhaveorder that saps the vitality which ageFoleys t4ekidneysvigor It cures uric arcid troubles by strengthening the kidneys so they will strain out the uric acid that settles in tHe muscles and joints causing rheumatism Chas 0 Davis Gov Charles N Haskellof Oklahoma and the six other men indicted by the Feleral3grandjury charged with fraud in Muskogee town lots will not have to stand trial The motion of the defendants to quash the indictments was upheld by Judge John A Marshal in the United States Circuit Court As far as rates are concerned the Senate tariff bill has been com pleted but it is announced that reservations will be made tm important schedules including Hides steelrails wood pulp and crude petroleum Ifhas been de cided to continue the Djngley rates on hosiery and gloves ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR saJdMCbutyouUdfe from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound the wprld2Sc at Chas G Davis oaias 1W OR i I =el Zffrtars t 1 QUAIL f Elder and Owens are teaching the art of vocal music at Pine HillWm Scott and daughter Miss Lillie have been visiting his son Henry Scottthe past week at Somerset 4 E Todd and John Scott erg loyees at Mt Vernon at Sparks and Davis quarry were with homefoiks Saturday and Sun dayMrs Mary Brown has been visiting her sister Mrs W H Brown at Preachersville There has been some recent talk ot a Morman church being establf bed near Ottawa Wm Thompson and family were the pleasant visitors at Wm Owens Sunday lastJ D Smith who is workingrfor the Knoxville Nursev Co says be is doing a splendid business with that firm Willie Thompson has returned from Princeton Ky where he entered college some few months ago =Engene Todd is suffering with very sore handsotdaunt Louisa Reynolds still remains very feeble LEVEL GREEN The singingschool in session nowat Friendship is makingrapld- advancementMiss Ota town entered the private school of Miss Ida May Adams at Mt Vernon last Monday Attorney Ri L Brown ofSomerset spent Sunday with homefolks and friends at this placeMrs James Hanim of Cumberland Gap who was formerly Miss Alice Thomas oT this place is visiting relatives here MrjE J Mullins spent Sunday in Mt Vernon D R Gentry recently purchased from Red Mullins one filly age unknown for harness and saddle qualities price paid witheld from publicTrading in general has been dull around this neck of the woods justlike all otherod things the Radicals promised us Farming is now suspended for a time around here owing to the recent cool spell Peaches have all been in bloom and we fear they are partly killedMrs W F o Neal who has been confined to her bed for two months remains about the sameElmer Mullins who has been ia poor health for sometime is improving Dr Geo Lawrence of Mt yernonmade a professional trip to Level Green last Thursday A lady who suffered from a neighbors fowls that overran and spoiled her garden politely asked her neighbor to keep her pets at home but no attention was paid to her grievance Finally she hit upon an ingenious method of protecting herself She prepared grains of corn by tying to them with a strong thread small cards bearing the words Please keep your chickens at home and dis tributed the grains about her flower beds The chickens came to feast as usual and greedily swallowed tht corn not perceiving the thread until the cards were against their beaks Then they could neither swallow the card nor rid themselves of the swallowed coin Twenty or thirty of the marauders ran home bearing the polite requests to their culpable owner who was struck with thisI method of the hint promptly cut the threads and cooped them up WORDS TOFREEZETHE SOUL Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These ap plaling words were spokent9I Geo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N abyI two expert doctorsone a l niIspecialist Then was shown tbeI wonderful power of Dr KingsNewI Discovery After weeks use writes Mr Elevens he writs as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest care of desperate Lung diseases on earth 500 and too Guarantee Satisfaction Trial bottle free Chas C Davis President Gorapers of the American Federation of Labor has arrange for an important labor conference at the White House this afternoon when matters affecting the interests 9 organized will be discussed between taboo Taft and the members of the exec tiv council of the American Federation of IiborI t r lasta lilted J887 r J d OUKTYj inUnited J 11 eQni IS NOW OPEN At Chasa C Davis e3ctln- y f1ualrse BASEBALL BASE BALLTI BASE MAIL M CosSuppliEBqsa 50 j 00AOfficial American ds9ciation Ball at i 50 GOcBatsX V CHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist Phone 89 MT VERNON KY W ri 4 3CS The Game e F Business I i R metuber the game isbeing played a 3t s never been played before while tjii opportunity is gredrag than evert before in the wogds history In every line bythPeoplesBankca ulittle hope to keep his place in the march of progI toanticipateyour account with us today large or small and be ready SF andpett signSobook with a record of every Junction post onthisbiey 1 road We will appreciate your company in our march With best wishes PEiPIES BANK w The tivrdIBW MBXiee LAND OF SUNSHINE A great buildingup climate Dry air Alti tude 4333 Best in the world for all lung troubles No mud No bad roads Soil produces in over abundance The coming valley of the coming State Held back for years by ranchmen7Wnow being settled rapidly Now iE the time to get in on the ground floor If intereste4 vvjitecgwing idea of what you want Address exactly as follows Desk S The DyinonH Company Deming New Mexico r ii= I UKDBBTflKBB Our line of Couch Caaketa is unexcelled Handmade Coffin furn8aoo ItheAll Orders by Wire Promptly Filled Ws A COX Phone 94S MT VERNON H- Tmw J 2 WANTED F X Eggs Poultry and all kinds of Producer Rt Mt Vernon Bvery Mongpjr 1WILL PAY CASE Headquarters at Lamcaster Ky r W il R iOTT Sr CO I ufcc T1frvyI r = 7 i 2 J i k- tI b t c I 0 tt r W1k Ov r for Men These ShgeswaIk over all They have no equal None as t 1 good v v s tfl i A l s35 arid 4 OO t 1 1 j 7 Lady market 3OO 35OLady pe3gac3fiG9e8S r I i r r i r r 33 DC 4 i 0 RUBBERS I- SV F I I K K 1 Il I RUBBERS X jJ jJ j I LI l a1isz 9 I = For Men Women and Children We have onli the best To buy them saves you sickness To buy them from us saves you i FALL AND WINTER LINE i iif 1 c ji 4 t atL8 u 3 i 1tTt if J F KRUEGER SONr r ctj i Phone S7 Opposite Depot 11 i r 1 r 4MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April i6 19Q9 It Pub sn d every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT F1 i SUBSCRIPTION T ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates wade known on 3t ba j application t i t MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Busy all of us But no mall is fr too busy to give a portion of his vytime and talent to the of the chinflap ity in which heJives It is as as it is to furnish bread for his own family for the community is only his larger family JL V James Franklin was a printer1 iPis CCbeVitJ had left him n d1 ihjj to take in f bkother f= Benjamin 2it be would I5 fii8i faithiuily nfJacob served Labau for seven years and two years more This boy ran tram cleaned t9i press and swept the shop and iiicidentally learned the JoseJ The younger in life a man makes the resolve to turn and live- Uie better for the map and the 01fietter for the world Benjamin r decided to be a man ad do some thing plans plus and ambition to spare He founded the Junto lub9fPbiJadelphiaone of the most sensible and beneficent clubs J toeverstartec he organized and rt equiped afirecomFan paved and H ghtedilje streets and then a istrbli lie4 tij ei 1iiaPuthic1 L19tJyw1iich is r the parent of all public libraries in America He- started the first high school PhvJ- adelrhia ever had iotmded the Philadelphia public hospital and afterward prepared Poor Richards Almanac for the plain people of America Constantly busy him se if vet lie found time to do all thise thia s astacitizen r Noman r ever lived a fuller lifeJa happier life a life more useful to other men than Benjamin Franklin He was the great benefactor of tbat now wonderful city and set au example JhaUUGf awell emulate We state this instance because so many of our leading citizens excuse themselves upon the ground that they havnt the time Think neighbors Search your conscience and be honest withg yourselves See it you have not pienty of time to suggest to urge and to help execute municipal and county improvements All hands together for a general improvement of old Rockcastle and for a larger cleaner and more beautiful Mount Vernon The tariff is the thing awaited The Country is awaiting Trade is waiting The people want a tariff revision as lax been promised them and they are no mood to accept a make shift The new billas made out by Chairman Payne and pre sented to the House will increase the cost of living and is crude sectional and prohibitive as the stu dents of tariff say The Payne bill has become the National conum drum it is called the v joker Not even Payne himself knows the answer at least he hasnt told howto solve the problem of finding out just what his biHj reaUy means ThePhilaSelphia North American the foremost newspaper organ of thjs country has had experts examiniJr the bill and ieditb rially says Pfibjfiore the is studied the stronger grpws the belief that the commilteefraiued it merely as a pretense of tariff revision and then deliberately such Conditions upon other nations that the maxtinum rates shall he operative i111doespractically no relief and the laborer and producer Jave greater bur densjmfsed ujJ tbemEyery arj tcle otfood helabdrer must have to live comfortably is heavily taxed even the salt upon the treble butt e great trusts are taken goodcare of by the party that made the trusts possibleHTs it exerting itself to the utmost in protection for its powerful fiiendsEx Is this courtry losing its Dem ocraticiidealsPrWe are moved to i j ask this question by the reports from Washington which indicate that it is almost impossible for Pres ident Taft to attend church on Sunday without being almost mobbed by curious throngs of sight seers on the streets of the national- capital On Easter morning a great concourse of people who gathered outside of St Johns church where Mr raft attended service with his wife practically compelled Mr Taft to stop and hold an open air reception before he could return to the White House We have always EngUhItheir royal family standing op the streets for hours to see its mem bers pass by and cheering them selves hoarse on such occasions but iwe are not careful we will give the British press an opportunity to indulge in no end of sarcasm at our expense Moreover such conduct is unAmerican and un Democratic and there seems b little excuse for intruding to such an extent on the privacy Which even the President ought to be permitted to enjoy on one day- of the week Twentyeight counties have already responded to the call sent out for a commercial convention to be held in Louisville April 23 and additional ones are sending in their appointments daily More flian a hundred delegates have been named and it is cei tainthat the Dtt ldan Cornmercial bodies and county judges are making the appointments G0v Willson has accepted an invitation to be present and speak and others on the program are AttorneyGeneral James Breathitt and Senator THomas A Combs of Lexington who will talk of tax reform J W Porter of Lexington whose subject is the State JIwwill speak of county maseamjclubs J BAtkirison Of Earlingtbn who is to speak on forestry and Dr J N McCbLmack of Bowling Green who will discuss the State health There will be a morning and an afternoon session aY the Seelbach and a banquet in the evening tendered to the delegates by the Louisville Commercial Club under whose auspices the convention is being arranged Each delegate Twill make a short talk on the AmericanThese Shoes have more comfort more style and more wear for less money than any other shoe on the S andWe have a pair of American Shoes in our show window that are vvoi th X30 We do not want to sell this shoe hut come in and ask to see them I from money OF y i betterment tiiucbvhisdutv Republican measure imposed needs and resources of his county The following counties have thus far named their representa tives Anderson Ballard Barren Boone Breckecridge Carroll Casey Crittendcn Daviess Ed monson Elliott Eslill Franklin Green Hart Hopkins Lyon Marion Monroe Montgomery Nelson Oldham Pulaski Spencer Trig r Trimble Washington and Woodford People who are pleased at the prospect cheaper lumber under the reduced lumber tariff of the Payne bill might gain some infor mation by reading this from the National Forest Conversation League While the duty on rough mum ber is reduced from 2 to 3 the dutyon finished lumber in all form is so high as to remain prohibiti tive Rough lumber owing to tran sportation charges cannot be im ported into the United States ex cept where water transportation is available Consequently the reduc tion on rough lumber is of no ben efit whatever to the farmers and other consumers in the great inter nor country Finished lumber can be import railwayfrates as bar if the tariff permit it but as proposed it does not permit it About 90 per cent of the lumber sbippedfrom a mill by rail goes througha p1aniug mill before it is put onf the Sara About the same percentage of the lumber sold at a retail lumber yard is planed or finished in some measure That is to say the ordinary consumer of lumber buys finished lumbee al most entirely And the lumber schedule as drafted makes it Jin possble tor him tc Ret this lumber from abroad Therefore be will be entirely dependent on do- m ticStJP21tesas r r This is tnekindpf reviaiotz tBatv mtrfe t rillantbxna fih Ev- cry Congressman who wants to cheapIedconstituent buss shall not be taxed more than rough Inmber which is sInotamend the Payne bill by placing lumber on the free list But it was rejected by a combimatioa ot Re publicans and so called Democrats It is clear that the people who want cheaper lumber have little to exrect from this CongressCouriJ- ournal We Bu- yFURS HIM and W ol TaUow Beocwaz Glnceat SeaJV dow Root MarApple 1Ftbu tc Wi ere dealers in 18S6ucmr accntturia ud eu do better for roa Uua ReEereacejseas ud LiP qtill Sabtl A Sons Stt I Markat St DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE If so we can help you We have alt ady put hundreds through college by means of our plan Write today for lull infor mation regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or collegeI Address Robert T Sherlock East 22nd Street New York City One of the strongest sections of the Alabama prohibitory law was declared unconstitutional by Justice Mayfield at Montgomery The section knocked out prohibited the storing or possession of liquor in and building or apartment which was inhabited This is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion andisori every bottleof itsold amountstoTW0 Becaiise it has mad- eIso many sickly hildrejt and wellgive and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemicgirls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption Sesd this advertisement together wjtlj name of in which appears your addtessaud four cents to cover 3fComJlletcBandy SCOTT JI01nDtl r1St NY w n P 3 ft GRANVILLE OWENS I LUNDERTAKERI Children especially like Kennedys laxative Cough Svrup as it tastes nearly 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 driyes the cold from the system It contains no opiates Sold bv C C Davis SILVER DARE Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky This handsome fellow is 16 hands 3 years old and is s mahogany bay Sired by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Che ter Dare 10 N S H R he by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gains Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark F S he by Imp oHedgeford Dignitys first dam by Liziemont by Welch mont No 6367 A T H R he by William Welch 341 he by Rys dicks Hambletonian 10 Dig AbqallahIdam Pauline by Almout 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 sea son of 1909 at my stable i mile from Hiatfc postoffice at 10 to insure a living colt WARFIELD At the sarnetiun and place I will also stfind a good jack at S6 joinsnreal liyingcolt Care tak en to prevent accidents pjr es capes but uot responsible should any occur Season money be comes due when wares are trad ed or partedwitb Phone in residence R L SMITH Hiatt Ky FOLEIMIONEYA1WTARMest COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Filled Promptly 1 W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky After three weeks of considera tion the Payne tariff billwas passed by the House of Represen tatives Friday night by a vote ot 217 to 161 One Republican AU tin of Tennesee voted against the measure and four Democrats all from Louisana Messrs Broussard Estopinal Pujo and Wckliffe voted for it An attempt by Champ Clark the minority leader to remommit the bill with instructions failed The principal change made in the bill yesterbay was to put oil on the the free list Ben alias Booker Brame a ne- gro 18 yearsofage was lynched Friday bva mob of between 200 and 300 farmers for attempting to assault Miss Ruth Gee prominent 17yearold daughter of William countyfarmerthe mob located Brame Who was earned before the Misses Gee and positively identified The mob car ried Brame to Flat Rock near the Trigg and Christian county line and hanged him to a tr- eeCASTORIA r For Infants and Children J The Kind You Have Always Bought f Bears the aturaQf M f vERNO IV l NAL MT VERNON KY16 April 1909 II 79 Call yip No 79 when you want to Communl cute with SIGNAL Z9 3 0 m llR R Co L TIME TABLE 2north 437 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 pm 21 South 7 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent l Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as 8eeond class mail matt- erPERSOAAL Miss Anna Tate is in Louisville today Cashier W L Richards is on the sick list Albert Hiatt spent Sunday with friends here Miss Ora Brown of Level Green has entered the Adams school Sam Pennington is spending a few weeks at Hot Springs Ark E F Gentry has a position with a Chicago advertising firm F L Thompson Jr made a flying trip to Stanford Sundry Mr and Mrs C D Sutton were up from Withers first of the week Miss Louana Whitehead is numbered among the sick this weekConductor J T Gentry spent a few hours with home folks here Friday John Beaty is in Stanford taking a treatment for catarrh under Dr Carpenter John Wood was over from Con way first of the week visiting his uncle Chambers Oldham Mr Jonas McKinzie our popu lar Main Street merchant went to Louisville Monday to buy i oods Mrs W L Richards and daugh- terr Miss Sadie spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville shopping Mr and Mrs Chambers Old ham are rejoicing over the arri I val of a fine boy born Tuesday Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins were down Sunday to witness the Betssielspent Tuesday in Louisville seeing the Southern Electrical Exposition- Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks gave the little folks a most delightful afternoon Sunday in the way of an egg hunt Misses Daisy and Julia Fish spent Monday with their grand parents Mr and Mrs A Maret near Wildie Dr H V Pennington was down from London Saturday to see Mrs McQueen in consultation with Drs Lewis and Laswell Misses Thornton and Keys of Brown Memorial School are in Cincinnati Miss Thornton will remain at home until she recovers Mr and Mrs Andrew Gentry and children returned to their home at Fonde Saturday night after a pleasant visit to relatives hereEdna the pretty little daughter- of Mr and Mrs Chas C Davis has been very sick with bronchial pneumonia but we are glad to say is better Mrs J T McQueen of the Wildie section is very critically ill and the physicians pronounce her case a hopeless one Mrs McQueen- is a sister of Dr Dyche Chris Pearl the popular London salesman was with our merchants Tuesday He told us the insurance carried by Manly C Albright in the Traveling Mens Association would be paid right away John M Fish will go to Lexing ton next week to take examination for Annapolis Naval Academy John is a bright young man and we hope some day to see him an Admiral Jailer O V Jarret returned Wednesday from Hot SpringslArk where he has been for the past six weeks for his health Mr Jarret is wonderfuly improved and looks like a newman- Mrs R A Dyche and daughter ot London were called here the last of the week on account of the serious illness of Mrs Dyches daughter Mrs McQueen of the Wildie section Mrs Dyche is the mor= r p oP ular dentistf Pt R W yc f ViilllogjIn Versailles Misses Mnt Williams and Bessio Sparks are in Luois ille W H Krueger made a business trip to Louisville Monday Mrs Nannie Harp leaves today to join her husband in California Miss Rose McCord principal of Brown Memorial scbool has re turned from a business trip to BaltimoreMiss Jones of Wildie will leave Sunday for an extended visit with relatives in Tuscola and Alta mont 111 Our good friend Dick Moore was up from Rockcastle river this week and says the prospects are good for a fishing season on the river this springMrs Cosbv Latham Mrs Ray Johnson and Mrs W F DeBord and daughter of Level Green spent yesterday with Mrs A H Hamlin on Ricbmone street LOCAL Fine clothes for boys at J Fishs Today is a good lime to select your new spring suit at Fishs Cashier W L Richards bought of G M Owens a fine bay horse for 15000 How fortunate it would be for some people to see themselves as others see them The Hiatt base ball team will cross bats with the Wildie team tomorrow at Hiatt Use the old reliable globe fertilizer it will double your crop Leave your order with J Fish Our enterprising townsman Mr S H Martin fe erecting another house on West Main Street It is on the lot which he bought of J T MeadowsW and Neal Parrott have been awarded the contract for building the new part of the new Masonic home The first story which will belong to J Fish and W L Richards will be built by F Krueger Son Mr Wllliajn Wood is very low of stomach trouble at his home near Cqnwny Later Mr Wood died at 2 oclock this morning Burial at Maret graveyard tomorrow at i P M- RoosTERs FIGHT BY TELEPHONE On one of the party lines out in the county where the receivers are kept off the hook most of the time by rubbernecks and eave droppers a couple of roosters had a fight by wire Each heard the other crowing though miles apart they accepted the challenge and attacked the phones which were soon scratched up and put out of business MULLINS REYNOLDS M i s s Bessie Mullins and Mr Charley Reynolds L N agent at Living ston were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the brides par ents the Rev A J Pike officiating The bride is possessed of many ad mirable traits of character and can claim many admiring friends among her associates The groom is a comparative stranger to us but judging from what his newly wed bride is worthy of we know that he is possessed of all the characteristics of a gentleman He holds a lucrative position with the L N- and is very popular with his fellow employees andassociates The happy couple left on the 4 37 train for Louisville and other points for two weeks sojourn after which they will return to Livingston where they will make their future home Clell Williams oldest son states a very paintul truth in his paper The Somerset Times His love for our people prompts the article The Editor of this paper as well as his father was born in Rock castle county yea even in the County Seat thereof Mt Verpon Both town and county have many good citizens but they need to shake themselves and do some iWe love our neighbors and ndsocialwe commune together at allit is under the most adverse circumstances It isonly twentyfive miles from Somerset to Mt Vernon but seemingly we are a million miles away because of the rough road between Our commercial and social life both demand Ia better highway Let the people in the towns and along the way wake up and build a pike What a wonderful difference it would matfe Thjnkg vneighbors l thinki Act neighborslact cH i OF j SPRING SUITINGS FROM STIZAUSSeJZOslOHIOAGO ALL NEXT WEEKl i AT r 3 FISHSW- e J take your measure right and c Strauss Bros make the clothes right tt SUITS MADE TO MEASURE FROM 20 TO 50 i April12thterns for this Spring These sam ples are about as yard square and c you can tell just how the suits will look Let us show you Full line of spring pumps for ladies and children at Fishs We lead in our line shoes and clothes others follow J Fish To THE PEOPLE OF MT VsrwoN 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 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGSOne Perless Traction engine 16 horse power one 24 inch American burr and belt Will exchange lor team of mares or mules Also one Planow Binder in good repair and 200 bales of hay AT GOODMAN Aprilg3t CrabOrchard Ky Mrs Serena Parsons aged 71 years died last Sunday night after an illness lasting only a few days A decp seated cold developed into a severe attack of the grippe and her weakened condition made so by the strain of many years made it impossible for her to long with stand an affliction so great She was a faithful member of Buckeye church and had been since a young girl When only eighteen years old she was united in the holy bonds matrimony to Mr John Parsons and to this union eleven children were born seven of whom are still living five girls and two sons In describing Christian and hopeful coming to the gate of the Celestial City Bunvan wrote Now Isaw in my dream that these two went in at the gate and loas they entered they were transfigured and they had raiment put on that shone like gold Then I heard in mv dream that all the bells in the cjt jrang forjoy and it was said unto them Enter ye unlp the ioy of your Lordand after that they shut up the gates which when ij had seen I wished myself among them They go from strength to strength from joy to joy forever So this life has passed into the joy of her Lord the memory other life must prove a perpetual i sir tioa Her remains were laid torest Monday beside her husbrnd who precededher years tp the grave to awaittl gloribus resur ectioh morn Ti EASY collars 2 for 25cents at Fishs Ask about them J Fish is showing some mighty fine suits for men and youngmen at 15 MILLINERY Mrs Matilda Potts Brodhead Ky is showing the most attractive models in SPRING AND SUMIVIER Mii TNERY A hat from her means exclusive pattern that will possess individuality and stampthe wearefas a woman of taste 4164t ai1DUDLEY Mis Mary Hnbbard spent Sat urday afternoon with Miss Rosa GreyMr Chas Dudley spent Saturday until Monday with his Mother in Winchester randMrs James Hackett Jr visited parents in Winchester last Thursday until SundayMr and Mrs Esther Cummins visited parents in Boones Holler SUndayMiss Kizzie Ponder spent Saturday and Sunday at horne the is in school at Berea preparing to take the ex amination this YearTlerewasto large crowd at Flat Rock church SundayWe people of this com munity congratulate the Chestunt Ridge choir and would bevery proud for them tocome again The recent jump in the priceof wool from 20 to 25 cs a pound had been attributed to the report that Congress may not lower the duty on wool as was anticipated If there is any reduction it will be smalland the duty as the Payne Bill now stands will admit Waste and shoddies the cast pff clothing ofEurope and rags trom thegutters at a low rate of duty which will have effect on the wool market cf the United States The fact that Congress may not lower the rate on the wool duty has given the market an upward tendency and is strong at present The wool this year is of good quality and will sell at a more uniform price than it does sometimes giving the dealer a better idea as to what the loss in trading will be When wool is sent to the ea trnmarkets there is always a large amount of rejections except when the wool is all pf practically the same grade 1TOGb This premium saddle stallion will make the season of 1909 at the stable of G B Lawrence in Mt Vernon Ky Togo is a dark Irongray horse 3 years old 15 r hands high and weighs 960 lbs A perfect model with great style action and speed Togo was sired by Preston no 922 he by Wash ington no 04 he by Cromwell no 73Dam a Denmark mare Togo will make the present season at 1500 to insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the insurance and money is due at the time such transaction GB LAWRENCE 4t Mt VernonKy SIDI 42336 This Percheron Stallion will make the season of 1909 at the Adams livery stable He was im ported from France in September 1907 and has a fine blood as can be bred into a horse by the French Government as will be shown his pedigree Aside from byI pedigree he is as good an as there is in the State He is coal black fine style and action and weighs twentythree h u n d red poundsPEDIGREEFolded April 15 1904 Bred uy M Brounard commune of Berdhuis Couton of Noce Department of Orne Sired by Courmesnil 48590 dam Rosalie 47823 she by Lavoisier 40513 2nd dam Saus Souctl 34864 she by Petite Caporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 sheby Adorator 14079 4tb dam Petite 16475 she by Fovbri 12874 zth dam Petite belonging to M Jdusselin A- more extended pedigree can be seeriat the stable Irinvite the peopletQ come and see this horse before breeding else where If you like the horse I shall appreciate any mares sent to him and am sure none will regret sending after the colt is folded In order to thoroughly introduce this horse he will be allowed to serve mares at 1000 for this season to insure a living colt Season money due if mare is tiaded after mare is bred All care will be takento prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C APAMS Apr i6th 3t Mt Vernon Ky The Clifton1 YoungMen The young man should be extra particular about his clothes His social and material welfare eat extent on impressionhe makes The and trim looking young gains and holds favorable thoItion Young men should their clothes made to order they should be sure to select right tailor In this we recommend for their con sideration Strauss Brothers Master Tailors They not only Chicagoifaction but we back ours We are cleverest line of madetoorder clothes speciallyasuitable to young ments in the country Prices that encourage economy are the rule Just come in to look without the least obligation to order TAKE A LOOK Price S3 50f- flacBaeKae r I To THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY I desire to say if I am elected to the office of Assessor that W O McKinney of Browns precinct will be my deputy I am a poor man and need the office I hope you will all consider my claim and if you find me worthy vote for me- Your friend JAMES PROCTOR Swan hats are good hats and stylish too Get under one and see See em at T Eishs Now is the time to get your fertilize and globe is the best there iis If you cant come just write or telephone J Fish Mt Vernon Forest fires are still causing damage in Roanoke and Botetourt counties Va t9iir I 1Jakingtl e ParetTartar 4 f x The mist Magnificent Stock of Millinery Shown in this Section of the State iEver Beautifully trim mad dress and suit Hats of the very best material in every shape and color no two alike In w quality style and workmanship they are on a par withtkose3 w seen in the cities at 1200 and 1500 but we sell onrs nt 700 and 800 Beauties every one of them A hat ia the J Q most important you wear Get a new one Ours are jiie nost comprehensive in assortment varied in design anil Ef at prices to meet the desires and ideas of every one BaljF sure to get one right away fy PMRS G BROWN W THE LEADING MiLLINfeRt- Wj ygxj FITS WELL Looks KRUEGER SON1 Mt Vernon Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Indigestion If you Suffer from Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on Belching Stomach Heartburn etc a little Kodol you almost Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach Being it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests your food but helps you enjoy every mouthful you eat- You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health Hut this food must he digested thoroughly otherwise the pains of indigestion and dyspepsia are the result When your stomach cannot do its work properly take something to help your stomach Kodol is the only thing that will give the stom ach complete rest Why Because Kodol does the same work as a strong stomach and does it in a natural way DAVIS I I ihould Women sufferers I 1 aA let yourself to be miserable Whysuffer from severe head I aches have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs Try Hcrbine great liver regulator II I BiliOusIIMrs EO Morrison Hous Toiiaf writeuIlmve suffered for years from severe I headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received iore11ef until ItriedHerbine and was completely cured I ruse it always PRICE Ballard Snow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sod and Chas C Davis ORIND Laxalive Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The laxative Does xiot gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liverv troubles and con pation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom 1 achy liver and bowels iMfuta Frloa GOo f Sold Chas C Davis aA8 kL OaA17Etbe tm 11 i j4 i i ft tYdEf d l3 COLLAR LABL Ii xAAAAAV I WiL- l 1 SHIELD V V i f WrRs You will like ShleklDlanc Clothing to begin with because it Good You will will like it BETTERaf- ter you wear it a while because it RETAINS its good looks You will like it STILL BETTER afteryou have worn if fora LON G time the good it has done Wears better and remains its shape longer than other clothing sold at the seven prices within the range 10 the Iowet 20 to highest F l 7i For and the Stomach Sour will Relieve aliquid use DONT attention Recommended new chronic ubstftutoa o So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepstrong by taking a little Kodol You dont have to take Kodol all time You only take it when you need it Kodol is perfectly harmless Our Guarantee dotlar1ttleeaalioziestlydrugglstanilhe druggistthat our guarantee is good This ap oneIntimes much as the cent bottle Kodol is prepared at laboratories of EC DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by CHAS C tho ton SOc by by for the offer fifty the Are You SickMuch e sickness is due to systeulYours you cannot gei well until strengthYour natures power hou e the gettheirthe 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 beneficial effect- I was given up to die by a lead Milesbooksvine fit my case From the very first dose I took I got better I am better now than I have Been for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervine has done for me ant am glad to recommend it to others JOHN JAMES Riverton Nebr Your druggist sells Or Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Eikhart Ind wnXTES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWARC or THI BallardSnow Liniment Co ST I OUXtt M- OSodbChasCDavis Folejs Hone ndTAr is a safeguard against serious results frqm spring colus which inflame tbe lungs and deyelope into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits be insisting upon having the geuine whichlcontainsno jt Ch cs CIM si ai ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY UDCE Weara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subjectto- the action of the Republican party We ai e authorjzqd to announce L W a i a late for Judge of Rbckcastle Coint sHtecttQ the ac tipn of the RepubHpin For Cownty Attorney We are authorized toannouyce W A HAJMJiLOND as a candidate for County vttornej of Rockcastle County subject 0 the achon of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce SD J4EWISaS carid ateforCountv Attdr ier bf Rockeastle County subject tothe icti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J MICELEYas a candidate for Sheriff- f Rockcastle County subject to the ac tiohot 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 We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun yGo rt Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce ELTX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac ion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county sub ject to the actionof the epubliqan par ty We areauthorized to announce VICTOR- C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub iect 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 CUMMINSasa candidate for Count Court Clerk of Rock asU County subject to the action of the republican party FORJAILER 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 tho republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the rction of the republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to theaction- of the republican Primary We are Authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as candidate for Jailer of- Rokcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer Qf Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We 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 C LAR K as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the republican primary 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 Republican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend ent of School Rockcastle county subjec to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend ent of Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican party We 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 announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assesspr Rockcastle county subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce V5 RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of rqckcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican pary or Circuit Court Clerk Weare authorized to announce HUGH MILLERas candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of r ockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L bMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party Vc f authorized to announce J F ititJIN as a candidate for reelection ir the office of Circuit CourtClerk of tack castle county subject to the action of the republican party POE 3CAOISTZATX e are authorized to announce GHES MaJfistratesubject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce J H Qftsbiecttothe action of the republican Primary Maye5J9o9 J ifiiiIiiiI pio t For Q r We are authorized morIRckrast3ecounty LI VESAY nsa ca ofThe Rnpublicati party lEN FIVE MINUTES Take your sour tolnichJr maybe you call5 it Indigestion Dyspejpria Gastritis op Catarrh oftjiegtomacb it doe nf matter takjyjQnr stomach trouble right with you to youi1 Pbarmacise and aslf him to open a socent case fIiPapes Diapepsin and let you one 22grain Tnangule and see I withid five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs becomes weak there is lack of gastric juice your food is duly half digested and you become affected with loss ofappetne pressure and fullness alter eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping In bowels tenderness in the pit of the1fomach bad taste in mouh constipation pain in limbs sleep esinesSj belching of gas bilious ness Sick headache nervousness dizzidess and many other similar symptoms If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eatin or your food lies like lumpoflead on your stomach you can ntake up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as any jhere is nothing really wrong Stop rt his fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or misery Almost instant relief is waiting for you It is merely a matter cf how soon you take a little Diapepsin We often wonder bow any peisbu can persuadedinto taking anything but Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trou le Do not be fooled into accepting own make or other substitutes The genuine contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow packageWAwrDWe want produce and we want it badly If you have it and want to sell it for the cash faring it to Ut we will pay the highes market price and pav you the money Try us and see T M Dues Mch 26 tf Livingston Ky During the spring every one would be benefitted by taking 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 tbe impurities from it Foleys Kidney Rem ds imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Chas C Davis The ice jam in the Niagara gorge continues and between Niagara Falla and Lewiston the water has risen 4 forty teet above normal UP BEFORETHE BAR N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr King New Life Pills for goodfamilywithout them For Chills Consti pation Biliousness or Sick Head ache they work wonders 250 Chas C Davi- sKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II TIaI ci zoi M Couciis PRICEII MDAtLmRDATAND LUNGTROUL- ESUAANTEEDSATISPAOTO PFmIDED Mount Vernon Monumental- WORkS ndlDE4ERGranite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEWNSJp I rr u H r j i t t I GIVES UPV aBerry Simpson Whitley county Ky against whom a Federal warrant charging murderid been standing since Christmas and for whom Unufcdf State offici Is have been searching day and uight called by the love oi a father to dtfend two sens arrived in Cin cinnati Sunday to surrender himself to United States Marshal Sharp Newport Monday He has spent months in the Kentucky and Tennessee woods and traveled hundVeds ot miles to New Mexico and Colorado to avoid arrest Simpson mosjr feared of all men in SouOiern Kentucky spert Sunday and early I uday in Cin cinnati waling he streets alone never fearing rest cl came to give myself up to save my iwp sons under arrest in Covington said Simpson Moni day He surrendered to Marshal Sharp at 10 oclock Simpson is wanted on the charge of having entered into a conspiracy to kill Deputy United States Marshal John Mullins in the shooting which occured at Stearns Christmas Day You should not delay under any circumstances in case of Kidney and Bladder troable You should take something promptly that you know is reliable something like De Witts Kidne and bladder Pills They are unequaled for weak back backache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains etc When you ask for DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills be sure you get them They are antiseptic Accept no svbstitutes insist upon getting the right kind Sold by Chas C Davis The bill for providing for taking rhe thirteenth census way passed by a viva voce vote in the Senf without any important change An amendment by Mr Bailey taking appointments for the census work from the Civil Service Commission was defeated OTODIAfieus tu fto BegiB Signature rf Secretary of War Dickenson in a speech at the Sjouthern Club banquet in Chicago said he believed the administration of Presi dent Taft would result in great good to the South DeWitts Little Early Risers the best known pins made are easy to take and act gently and are certain We sell and recommend them Chas C Davis R W DYCHE D B N T IS T MT VE NON KY Office at residence on Main Tt All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty grodhcad Marble Work BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstone manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS MT V Will be in and Mondays C C Work aerOFFICE MT A EmbalmerDentist The Bank of Mt street Special to PkoueNoSo collections rll 3 C ComBlete LINE of Caskets Rob St c Orders by Telephone attended promptty 1SiA K3r- i HAiLffii t ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT getabLePrepamjjonforiI Promotes DigestionCheerful ness and Restcontalns neil norlrncraLJi ReaO1dZSA1XfZPfffL2tIl1L iheffeit1cc JInSeiCIIi iItcerteJ ncSSandLO5SOFSLEEP FacShuhle Signature or Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears of theForOver Thirty Years CASTORIA YOI iS Te8erc3 J3 cEE9 I SPRING SHOES s Spring Shoes are in anti we want you to fi and inspect our line j iOurhave everything in Men Women and LOW CUTS that you could wish J for Come in and let us show yow how we can save you money not only 011 shoes but everything else J1 McKENZIESON I c3c Phone 98 Ec34 v = 1 = BARGAINS 1 IN EVERYTHING AT Af Hiatts Bargain Store Come and see what you can do for cashor produce Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are the best AZ C HIATT HIATT KENTU- CKYRemarkable v Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo Ind as told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wine of Cardui Mrs Warwick says TAKE CARDUIJat I It WIll Help You I suffered from pains in my Head shoulders limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills ner Yollsness fainting spells and other female trouble- sI was almost dead Three doctors did not Help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle obII forQarduiIAT ALL DRUG STORES l t