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I E is- iiePuhedEveryflflfl VUUU = n i UU J U I VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 11 li t = b Ij J I I Di i2 lIl r ri Honored bv Women r When a woman speaks of her- silent secret suffering she 1trustsyou Millions have be r4 stowed this mark of confi L1t4jJthJ i dence on Dr R V Pierce w of Buffalo N Y Every where there are women who t g1MfEH1flHI i bear witness to the wonder working curingpower of Dr r thacPierces Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex fOIC5 from pain and successfully cpc grapples with womans weak dnesses and stubborn ills IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womans appeal was ever misdirected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to the WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day ORLANDO The farmers are very busy in their crops at this time Owing to so much wet weather back of this they are badly in the weedsNo 33 the south hound train flew the track at Dudly Friday but no seri ous damages done and no one hurt E J Williams has moved to the Dr Laswell property and has re sumed duty as operator Elmer is mjich improved in healt and ve are glad to see him out again Mrs S T Bryant left Thursday for a visit with her parents who live near Covington Tribble will also go in a few days they will prbably spend the summer there Grandma Troxel who has been veV low for some time is able to be ut againDr Laswell of Wil dievas here MondayMrs Nan cv ilcHargue and Grandson Claud werevisiting Mrs W if Williams SundayMr Lewis Clark Ltoperator of the C V Division re turnedSunday He had been visit ing relatives in this part tf M e dispreparing to build a house pn his property just south of this laceJ A Wood was at home aturday and Sunday He spends liost his time on his farm near lonwavT Elbert Robinson who is Iring for the L N in Tenn is lith hone folks for a few days eVeD Parker will preach at Flat lack Saturday and SundaySev- of feyoung folks of this placed neighborhood attended the Irea Commencement Wednesday DeUaIens very SIC rs Ice lk ot Blanche Ky visited her fcr Mrs W M Williams Wed lay Aiarge crowd attended lice at McNews Chappel Sun I The tasons had ice cream I weir meeting Saturday night relds 100 REWARD 100 e readers of this paper will bed to leirn that there is at one dieadee disease that I has behable to cure in all Kes and that is Catarrh atarrh cure is the only cure now known to the fraturnity Catarrh being itutional disease requires a tional treatment Halls Cure is taken internally rectly upon the blood and surface of the system Destroying the foundation sisease and giving the rength by building up the ion and assisting nature ts work The proprietors nuch faith in its curative that tieyoffer Dollars for any case OneI cure Send for 10 tls i Address J F Co Toledo 0 SoldbyahDruggtst75c Take Family Pills for constipation f if Iu several arrests made in Col 0jfTgritectives who worked in conjunction with them in the easel believe that jitney have unearthed the biggest best organizedQbranch of the Black Hand iu this country Marion bbio being probably tfe head of the organization Cbi1t Postoffice Inspector Charles Hoi of Cincinnati who is In cbL of the work which has resultedfio the ar r ests so far made is authority for thee statement that evince has been secured showing fthat the andwihaveflcedan dother States out of thousands dollars in the last rev mouths Blackand t BllODHEAD J W Hutcheson J Thos Cher ry R Cass Dr W F Carter M B Bowling John Robins and John E Evans were in Louisville this weekMrs Mary Albright purchased a very nice horse and buggy while in Cincinnati coating her 35oA M Hiatt and M B Bowling were in Lancaster Friday lastThe family of Rev Kin Pike have returned home after a short visit to Rev A J Pike and family Jno E Evans has just returned from Knoxville with a new line of the latest hats and informs us he will see all interested in his line this coming summerThe Hiatt base ball team played the Buckeye Blues a shut out game on last Saturday the score 11 to 0 in favor of Hiatt Joe Holman was the sensational pitcher for Hiatt while Victor C Tate of Mt Ver non was the twirler for the defeat ed teamThe Secretary of the Rockcastle Co Fair Assiociation informs us that so far business has been exceedingly good and pros pects are good tor the best failwe have ever had He will soon be able to get out the catalogue any one desiring to place adds on this years list well receive prcmpt at tentionBud Durham has accepted nice position with the Durham Bottle ing Works at Elizabethtown Ky and has gone there Columbus Howell is assisting J Thos Cherry in his store at presentR E Al- bright B R Wilmot Ora Frith and Granville Owens attended the Berea commencement Wednesday A THRILLING RESCUE How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hardcoldhe writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Thea 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then 1went to California but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis Some curious decisions creep in to the records of the courts A Pennsylvania court in trying a man for maiming decided that false teeth are not a part of the body but are property the same as clothing In Ohio a negro stole a necklace from off a corpse and also her purse in an adjoining room The court decided the property had no owner and the thief was dis charged Sometimes you may be told that there are other things just as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills That isnt so Nothing made as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for any ailment ot the kidney or bladder which always result in weak back back ache rheumatic pains rheumatism and urinarv disorders A trial of DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills is sufficient to convince you how good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by Chas C Davis Elevsn bodies have been rec ov ered from Lake Pohnchartrain and and is believed that no more lives Were lost in Sundays disaster flThe responsibility for landing the big crowd on the small pier has not been fixed the steamboat company insisting that it was done by order of the men in charge of the excursion t iiiiIIIiIi GUT STOCKING TAXI SENATE GRANTS A SMALL REDUCTION ON THE HOUSE RATE WARM CLASHES OVER COTTON Aldrich Classes Beveridge with Dem ocrats Indiana Senator Replies He Is Working for the People and Not a Party Leader Washington June S Following the lively clashes of yesterday on the cot ton schedule of the tariff bill in which Senators Aldrich Beveridge Dolliver and Cummins played star parts further spirited debate was ex pected when the senate convened to day to take up the woolen schedules Senator Beveridge having said that he had been inclined to support the recommendations of the finance committee the admission led the chair man of the committee to say that he had not shown such inclnatlon by his vote Coming back the Indiana sena tor asserted his ight to follow his conscience rather than the leadership of any dividual Sena or Lollivers amendment on mercei ization was lost by the ally close vote of 32 to 38 unusujl amendment reducing the on stockings 20 cents on a dozen pairs was adopted Aldrich Challenges Republicans- It was after the vote on the Dolliver amendment that Senator Aldrich thelattitudesenators who are contending for lower duties He charged them with play- Ing the part of brigadier for the Dem ocrats and s making of Senator Bever idge declared that he had associated with the Democrats so long that he was adopting their ideas He characterized Senator Beveridge as the lead er of the opposition Both Senators Beveridge and Cum mins replied the former asserting 1HepublicanSmith Hops on MacVeagh Senator Smith of Michigan found occasion to attack the position o Secretary MacVeagh as the mouth piece of the administration on the tar iiI situation He intimated that he did not consider tne second member of the presidents cabinet a reliable leader on the subject because of his former Democratic proclivities During a defense of his position as a tariff revisionist Senator Cum- mins said he had so pften been classed with Democrats that such a charge had no terror for him An Intelligent electorate he said knew lOW to discriminate in such matters Dolliver Gets a Laugh Speaking of the large delegations- f women which protested against raising the rates on hosiery Senator Dolliver told how they had descended apon the finance committee after have ing called first on the speaker of the houseMost of the women wore silk hose too I suppose observed Senator GallingerI not investigated as to that replied Senator Dolliver amid laughter House Passes Porto Rican Bill The house passed the Porto Rican bill without amendment The bill provides that whenever the legislature shall fail to make the necessary ap propriations for the ensuing fiscal year those for the current year shall je considered as in force and effect It also provides that hereafter all eports of an official character shall je made direct to an executive depart uent of the government of the United tates to be designated by the presi lent and such department is authored to take jurisdiction of all matter pertaining to the island possession DETROIT BROKER A SUICIDE Firm of F S Osborne Co Suspends After Partner Slays Himself Detroit Mich June SA Milton Holden a member of the brokerage firm of Fred S Osborne Co of this city committed suicide by shooting himself through the head Several telegrams left on his dresser Indicated he had planned his act carefully Mr Holden had been worrying about business affairs Following the suicide F 3 Osborne active head of the company said the firm will suspend temporarily- I cannot tell how I stand I am going to suspend temporarily Mr Osborne declared He declined to say anything further Slays Young Business Man Springfield Mo June 8 Suspect ing that his wife had made an ap pointment witk Robert Sellers a young business man to meet him at a department store here Walter W Eddington followed her to the store and when he found the couple talking together in an aisle fired two bullets from a revolver into Sellers head Sellers was fatally wounded Eddington surrendered The shoot ing caused a panic among the custom ers and clerks in the store Politician Gets Five Years Des Moines Ia June SD T Blodgett politician candidate for con gress on an independent ticket last fall must serve five years according to the decision of the state supreme court Blodgett was convicted a year igo of having issued a forged instru mentNothing eQWte Dr MUM ArUFais PUlc for fewuteafet aeuralcfe ciatfet ate il f- jj 4 CAPITAL NOTES Reward Increased Upon the recommendation of offi dais of Campbell county Gov Will son increased from 100 to 250 the reward offered for the apprehension and conviction of one John DeMoss DeMoss is a fugitive charged with murder and the increase in the amount of the reward is due to the be lief of the officers in Campbell county that lie has left the United States and consilerablo difficulty will be met in seeming his retu- rnrkentcky Flashes Lexington Ky Prank H Lusse has resigned as captain of Co C of the National Guard and will remove to Louisville Lieut Fred Staples will probably be his succesSOr Louisville Kyover 100 priests were in attendance when the twenty fifth anniversary of the priesthood of Rev Charles P Raffo was celebrated at St Charles Borromeos church Lexington KyThrough the purchase of the stock of W J Lough ridge the long deferred consolida lion of the First and Third National banks of this city was made possible Louisville KyRev Harlan K Fen ner pastor of the Second English Lu theran church of this city was elected president of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church in the United States Lexington KyF R Toe Water superintendent of the Kentucky dis trict of the American Tobacco Co says his concern will have no agents among the growers in Kentucky this year to buy crops in advance of cutting Louisville KyHenry Watterson left Louisville for Vicksburg Miss where he wilt be one of the chief speakers at the unveiling of the statue of Gen Stephen D Lee one of the last of the comfederaeys lieutenant generals Louisville KyA loss of 30000 covered by insurance was sustained manuIfacturersof the plant compltetely destroying a big material warehouse filled with iron and steel 2Lexington KyCol Milton Young bought the lot 93 by 166 feet at the corner of High and Limestone streets from John W Wooley and announces that he will begin within a month fae erection of a modern sixstory hotel buildingJ Louisville KyTere A Sullivan former Congressman J M Kchoe antI John W Barr Jr have been appointed an investigating committee by the Kentucky Bankers Association to ex amine the laws of oittier istates relative to the examination of ail state banks and trust companies Lexington KyMayoI Skain has cited four saloonkeepers arrested for Sunday violations to appear before him to show cause if thEy can why their licenses should not be revoked S P Caywood was fined 5 0 and costs for having kept his saloo n open on Sunday Louisville KyAfter an illness ol several weeks Edgar A Pox secretary of the Kentucky State Sunday school association president cf the International Sundayschool Secretaries association and one of the mos t proud nent church workers tn Kentucky died of a complication of diseases Louisville KyMost Rev JoLn Lan caster Spalding late Bishop of Peoria III who was recently prcimoted by Pope Pius X to an archbis hopnic ar rived in Kentucky and immediately went to the home of his sfeter Mrs Kate Spaldins near Leb inon Kyi where he will spend most o t the summer in rest- Newport Ky Through hi s ingenui ty in the invention of a c ievice for grabbing mail bags from tor tins wi tile n motion George Kid oeser of Newport has attracted the attention of the government and ina y reap a nice little fortune He re cei ved a et ter from the government mriking hs Im an offer of 20000 for thin device Louisville KyThe Unified Con t mercial Travelers elected as grant counselor J O Phelps Bhnefleld W Va grand secretary G F Brown Lexington Ky grand treasurer B J juniOllcounselor Newport KyHeaded by William Nelson Post G A R and the W R C a large delegation attended memorial services at St Stephens cemetery from this city Bellevue and Dayton The Rev G T OBrian delivered the address Covington Ky Preliminary prepa- ratIons for the holding of the annual saengerfest of the Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky Saengerbund to1 be held here In Degenthals park July 5 were made by the executive offi cers of the saengerbund ttheumfttlo Pains relieved by M ih Dr HUM AmtlFaU Fill X 4 M ta LIYlNGSTOiV Dr R G Webb Mullins very low with D Magee is having a reverHItm run from his office to his Joe Omary and family have returned from Louisville A little girl of Mr and Mrs Buck Howard is very sickMr Henry Gentry informs us that a Christian church was organized at East Bernstadt Saturday The carpenters have the tank done and now it is being treated to a coat of paint D C Alcorn and Buck Howard have gone to Ford to get teams to begin work here for the Ford Lumber Co James Burton who got his jaw hurt is slowly improvingA W Nor ton passed here Sunday en route to Clairfield Tenn where he is in the bark businessMr Gadd who has been sick for the past two years died Sunday night and was buried MondayJ Boring moved to Brush Creek MoudayH L Delph has moved bis family to his property on Gaulev Branch This is the second time he has owned this propertyYour correspondent was at East Bernstadt Sunday and while there witnessed a lively game of ball between the town boys and the Letterbox boysMrs Bowman is visiting in Richmond Mrs Newland ot Brodhead was here Sunday between trains visit ing Mrs aCockrell L H Davis has returned from the city Miss Nettie Farley of Pineville is visiting her sister Mrs Bob MinkMrs R J Lemons is in Louisville this weekMrs Ab Sparks is with her sister Mrs H D MageeTwo of Mt Vernons prettiest girls Misses Anna May Miller and Lula McCoy visited Miss Alice Waid Sunday and Mon dayMiss Fannie Katherine Qug gins is quite sick at this writing Master Walter Browning fell last r week and cut an ugly gash in his head and the the doctorhad to take l two stitches in itMrs Roger Pryor has gone home on a visit Mr J B Coleman was in Louis ville this weekMrs H W Rice is beautifying her home with a new coal of paintLee Johnson and J B Coleman have gone to Berea Mrs J E Woodall sold a three months old calf foi one dollar Let the women do the stock trading and they will get the priceMiss Georgia McFerron has gone to Be rea to attend the commencement Brother Jamison w ill soon be in our midst mingling with us Mrs E L Cockrell has returned from Richmond Master Earl Rice will return to old Livingston J when the gets his tobacco crop raised Thats right Earl get a good startJ J Patton of Lato nia Ky in company with W N Riggs visited the coal region near Jellico last weekThomas Jones has returned from Louisville andt his eyes are much better Living ston is organizing a base ball team and we are coming to the front Owens and Elder are instructing music Uriah Ada class in vocal ams Is in very poor heelth John R Carter is having his home repap ered this weekMrs Neal Pairett and children of MtVernon visited relatives here last Saturday and SundayLet every Democrat in the county go to work and get a tickefof good men for the county offices and then work until we get the victory in NovemberR L McFerron was here MondayJ- H Walton is spoken of a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk John would make a good one and all roe will have to do is to put our shoulders to the wheel and role WOMEN WHO ARE ENVIED Those attractive women who are Jfo vely in face form and temper are tht envy of many who might be 3iki i them A weak sickly woman Win be neryous and irritable Con stipttion or Kidney poisons show ix pImples blotches skin eruption and i complexion For all s tddt Electric Bitters work Wood es They regulate Stomach Livera Kidneys purify the Brtood jiCe strong nerves bright eyes j unefeceath smooth velvety ilskio Io f efly complexion Many ciiffirMng xweuaen owe their health and bw ut Aotlkem Soc at Chas D- vsP1 t l V JQ The ill 7 i1LM isfcaay Drug or i 011 1J Eee adveirzedI m the SrqNA TilE OLD RELIABLE- Ckeapes Drug Store in the L S C DAVIS fi t t Southsc5ein Street MTVERlMON KY t = t 5llIVI MjG PHONE XOUR WANTS TOI No 89 If you need medicines of any r kinds call 39 When you want prompt service Iin case of accident call 89 If you want the Doctor call 89 7 When you are ready to paint your house call 89- IfI you want ice cream call 89 fact make 89 your servant you will always find ready and f willing service at our end of the line t AH Phones lead to t CHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist 3E33 1tiPHONE YOUR WANTS TO No89If 7 Get yourHammocks now JS15O to 930O Get your Croquet Sets now 128 up Get your Base Ball Goods nowtYoung ladies now is the time toSbuy your toilet goods of all kinds Please call in and let us show you Dont forget the number 8g DAVIS Leading Drugzlat ccE 891 i iiiS EA Protilahle Invitatiofil p f fhis invitation is presented with the hope that it j may be of some service to our patrons There is noth ing that offers such a twofold opportunity to the individ j I ual as a bank account The money you save and depos k it in the Bank is yoursIt is at your command at anySI time to better your condition to start you in husiness to build a home to invest profitablya hundred and jI one things that systematic saving puts within easy reach 3 of any person At the same time that money saved isj I going into circulation through the medium oithe bank is beIngused right here at home and is making for the prosperity of the community We offer our depositors every service andconven ience in transacting business Our bank is here to fur ther your interests and the interests of the community to j the best of its ability V Come in and ask questions If you do not have an account with us open one no matter how small WeS1will give it the same attention andyou thesame courtesies l that we accord the man whose runs into many 1 thousands of dollars We will take the same pleasure j i In the growth of your account that you do yourself i PEOPLES BANK ttt ttttttt1t11Jtt11t1tt tttt1ttttt11 ftJT VERNON DflZKET DO 1 PRACTICAL 3UI1DERTAKERS1S FUNERAL DIRECTORS = Ii AND EMBALMERS = Mt Vernon Ky 3 COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = rl ELicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of r work for the company t Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 J iDEAB FURNISH W HYKRUECERS Pnone Proprietors lU1UU1UUllUl1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU11UU1UllUl111UUU1U1UU liii UNDERTAKER jI Our line of Couch Baskets Ii unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of 181 the County Utt All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled L W A I COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY I f1t ifirX f i oi ii t o r I w r EveryItc1 VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 11 Ib = t f- N L1 n tt f f t i tiL t I I ffi ri1CC bv When a woman speakl of her silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every where there are women who bear witness to the wonder working curingpower of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex from painnd successfully grapples with womans weak nesses and stubborn ills IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womans appeal was ever misdirected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice the WORLDS DISPENSARY ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once day t f ORLANDO The farmers are very busy in their crops at this time Owing to so much wet weather back of this they are badly in the weedsNo 33 the south bound train flew the seriIousE J Williams has moved to the Dr Laswell property and has resumed duty as operator Elmer is such improved in healti and t ve are glad to see him out again Mrs S T Bryant left Thursday for a visit with her parents who live near Covington Tribble will gd in a few days they will- lwbathy spend the summer there Grandma Troxel who has been veV low for some time is able to bemt againDr Laswell of Wil dievas here MondayMrs Nan iIcHarguet and Grandson Claud werevisiting MrsM Williams SundayMr Clark LNoperator of the C V Division re turnedSunday He had been visit ing relatives in this part lV M He djs preparing to build a house on his property just south of this placeJ A Wood was at home Saturday and Sunday He spends most his time on his farm near ComvayT Elbert Robinson who is firing for the L N in Tenu is with hone folks for a few days Rev D Parker wijl preach at Flat Rock Saturday arid SundaySev eral ofthouug folks of this place audneigtiborhood attended the Berea Corsmencement Wednesday One of tie infants of Mrs Della Owens is very sickMrs Alice Cook ot Blanche Ky visited her sister Mrs W M Williams Wed nesday A large crowd attended service at MicNews Chappel Sun daYThe Masons had ice cream at their meeting Saturday ntghtITheir wives yere invited ported good time- sooRWARD 100 The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadee disease that science has been able to cure in all ts stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraturnity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and systemthereby of the disease Sand giving the patient by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Spend for list of testimonials J Address J F cheney Co 760Takeconstipation f In several arrests made in Col umbus Marion and Dennison 0 Tuesday Federal inspectors and de tectives who vorkedjn conjunction with them in the case believe that they have biggest and best of the Black Hand in this cojntry Marion Ohio being probably tfe head of the organization Postoffice Inspector Charles Holies of Cin cinnati who is ln chafge of the i work Which has res Uedlin the are forrlfthatthepiwith lines reaching g of big cities of the country have ObioI k1 JR i TT 4 1nun1 u u = Q Honored Women to MEDICAL a r Lewis a organizedQbrfach BKODHEAD cherIryM B Bowling John Robins and John E Evans were in Louisville this weekMrs Mary Albright purchased a very nice horse and buggy while in Cincinnati coating her 3S0A M Hiatt and M B Bowling were in Lancaster Friday lastThe familv of Rev Kin Pike have returned home after a short visit to Rev A J Pike and family Jno E Evans has just returned from Knoxville with a new line of the latest hats and informs us he will see all interested in his line this coming summerThe Hiatt base ball team played the Buckeye Blues a shut out game on last Saturday the score ii too in favor of Hiatt Joe Holman was the sensational pitcher for Hiatt while Victor C Tate of Mt Ver non was the twirler for the defeat ed teamThe Secretary of the Rockcastle Co Fair Assiociation informs us that so far business has been exceedingly good and pros pects are good tor the best fair we have ever had He will soon be able to get out the catalogue any one desiring to place adds on this years list well receive prcmpt at tentionBud Durham has accepted a nice position with the Durham Bottle ing Works at Elizabethtown Ky and has gone there Columbus Howell is assisting J Thos Cherry in his store at presentR E Al bright B R Wilmot Ora Frith and Granville Owens attended the Berea commencement Wednesday A THRILLING RESCUE How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world u A hard coldhe writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Thea 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then 1 went to California but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis Some curious decisions creep in to the records of the courts A Pennsylvania court in trying a man for maiming decided that false teeth are not a part of the body but are property the same as clothing In Ohio a negro stole a necklace from off a corpse and also her purse in an adjoining room The court decided the property had no owner and the thief was discharged Sometimes you may be told that there are other things just as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills That isnt so Nothing made as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for any ailment ot the kidney or bladder which always result in weak back back ache rheumatic pains rheumatism and urinarv disorders A trial of DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills is sufficient to convince you how good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box Thev are sold here by Chas C Davis Elevan bodies have been rec ov ered from Lake Pohnchartrain and and is believed that no more lives Were lost in Sundays disasterflThe responsibility for landing the big crowd on the small pier has not been fixed the steamboat company insisting that it was done by order of the men in charge of the excursion CUT STOCKING TAX SENATE GRANTS A SMALL REDUCTION ON THE HOUSE RATE WARM CLASHES OVER COTTON Aldrich Classes Beveridge with Dem ocrats Indiana Senator Replies He Is Working for the People and Not a Party Leader Washington June 8 Following the lively clashes of yesterday on the cot ton schedule of the tariff bill in which Senators Aldrich Beveridge Dolllver and Cummins played star parts further spirited debate was ex pected when the senate convened to day to take up the woolen schedules Senator Beveridge having said that he had been inclined to support the recommendations of the finance committee the admission led the chair man of the committee to say that he had not shown such inclnation by his vote Coming back the Indiana sena tor asserted his igbt to follow his conscience rather than the leadership of any dividual Senaor Lollivers amendment on mercerizatioii was lost by the unusu ally close vote of 32 to 38 but an amendment reducing the house rate on stockings 20 cents on a dozen pairs was a optedtAldrich Challenges Republicans It was after the vote on the Dolliver amendment that Senator Aldrich found occasion to again challenge the attitude of some of the Republican senators who are contending for lower duties He charged them with play ing the part of brigadier for the Dem ocrats and s jeaking of Senator Bever idge declared that he had associated with the Democrats so long that heI was adopting their ideas He charac terized Senator Beveridge as the lead er of the opposition Both Senators Beveridge and Cum mins replied the former asserting that he was simply standing on the Republican platform Smith Hops on MacVeagh Senator Smith of Michigan found occasion to attack the position o Secretary MacVeagh as the mouth piece of the administration on the tar iff situation He intimated that he did not consider tne second member of the presidents cabinet a reliable leader on the subject because of his former Democratic proclivities During a defense of his position as a tariff revisionist Senator Cum- mins said he had so pften been classed with Democrats that such a 411IntelligentlOW to discriminate in such matters Dolliver Gets a Laugh Speaking of the large delegations of women which protested against raising the rates on hosiery Senator Dolliver told how they had descended apon the finance committee after have ing called first on the speaker of the houseMost of the women wore silk hose too I suppose observed Senator GallingerI not investigated as to that replied Senator Dolliver amid laughter House Passes Porto Rican Bill The house passed the Porto Rican bill without amendment The bill provides that whenever the legislature shall fail to make the necessary ap propriations for the ensuing fiscal rear those for the current year shall je considered as in force and effect It also provides that hereafter all eports of an official character shall je made direct to an executive depart cent of the government of the United tates to be designated by the presi dent and such department is authored to take jurisdiction of all matter pertaining to the island possession DETROIT BROKER A SUICIDE Firm of F S Osborne Co Suspends After Partner Slays Himself Detroit Mich June SA Milton Holden a member of the brokerage firm of Fred S Osborne Co of this city committed suicide by shooting himself through the head Several telegrams left on his dresser indicated he had planned his act carefully Mr Holden had been worrying about business affairs Following the suicide F 3 Osborne active head of the company said the firm will suspend temporarily I cannot tell how I stand I am going to suspend temporarily Mr Osborne declared He declined to say anything further Slays Young Business Man Springfield Mo June 8Suspect ing that his wife had made an ap pointment with Robert Sellers a young business man to meet him at a department store here Walter W Eddington followed her to the store talkingtogetherlets from a revolver into Sellers bead Sellers was fatally wounded Eddington surrendered The shoot- Ing caused a panic among the custom ers and clerks in the store Politician Gets Five Years Des Moines la June SD T Blodgett politician candidate for congress on an independent ticket last fall must serve five years according to the decision of the state supreme court Blodgett was convicted a year igo of having issued a forged instru meat Nothing ftqoJa Dr MUM AnUPn rttk tar headaaht awnOcta MUtloa Me CAPITAL NOTES Reward Increased Upon the recommendation of oft dais of Campbell county Goy Will son increased from 100 to 250 the reward offered for the apprehension and conviction of one John DeMoss DeMoss is a fugitive charged with murder and the increase in the amount of the reward Is due to the be lief of the officers in Campbell county that lie has left the United States and consi terablo difficulty will be met in seeming his retu- rnkentircky Flashes Lexington Ky Prank H Lusse has resigned as captain of Co C of the National Guard and jwlll remove to Louisville Lieut Fred Staples will probably be his succesSOr Louisville Kyover 100 priests were in attendance when the twenty fifth anniversary of the priesthood of Rev Charles P Raffo was celebrated at St Charles Borromeos church Lexington KyThrough the pur chase of the stock of W J Lough ridge the long deferred consolida tion of the First and Third National banks of tills city was made possible Louisville KyRev Harlan K Fen ner pastor of the Second EngEstt Lu theran church of this city was elected president of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church in1 the United States Lexington KyF R Toe Water superintendent of the Kentucky district of the American TQbacco Co says his concern will have no agents among the growers in Kentucky this year to buy crops in advance of cutting Louisville KyHenry Watterson left Louisville for Vicksburg Miss where he wilt be one of the chief speakers at the unveiling of the statue of Gen Stephen D Lee one of the last of the confederacys lieutenant generals Louisville KyA loss of 30000 covered by insurance was sustained by B F Avery Sens plow manu facturers when fire ragedin the heart of the plant comp tely destroying a big material warehouse filled with iron and steeltoLexington KYrCol Milton Young bought the lot 93 by 166 feet at the corner of High and Limestone streets from John w Wooley and announces that he will begin within a month he erection of a modern sixstory hotel building Louisville Kyrere A Sullivan former Congressman J M Kehoe and John W Burr Jr have been appointed an investigating committee by the Kentucky Bankers Association to ex amine the laws of otttier istates relative to the examination of al state banks and trust companies Lexington Ky Mayor Skain has cited four saloonkeepers arrested for Sunday violations to appear before him to show cause if tIlE y can why their licenses should not be revoked S P Caywood was fined 5 0 and costs for having kept his saloo n open on Sunday LouIsville KyAfter an illness ol several weeks Edgar AL Fox secretary of the Kentucky State Sunday school association president rf the In ternational Sundayschool Secretaries association and one of the mos promi nent church workers in Kentucky died of a complication of diseases Louisville KYMost Rev Join Lan caster Spalding late Bishop of PeorIa Ill who was recently promoted by Pope Pius X to an archbis hoprdc ar rived in Kentucky and immediately went to the home of his s lster Mrs Kate Spaldine near Leb inon Ky where he will spend most o t the sum mer in rest Newport KyThro gh lii s ingenuity in the invention of a device for grabbing mail bags from tor dns w mile 1n motion George Kid J Ioeser of Newport has attracted the attention of the government and may reap J nice little fortune He reicei ved a et ter from the government mriking In in an offer of 20000 for thfe device l Louisville KyThe TJnlited Con t merclal Travelers elected as gram counselor J O Phelps Bluefield Va grand secretary G F Brown Lexington Ky grand treasurer B J Fishburne Roanoke Vx grand junior counselor W T Browning Lexington Ky grand conductor T H Thorn burg Huntington W Va grand page A H Isaacs Baltimore Md The next convention will be held at Baltimore Md Newport KyHeaded by William Nelson Post G A R and the W R C a large delegation attended memorial services at St Stephens ceme tery from this city Bellevue and Dayton The Rev G T OBrian delivered the address Covington Ky Preliminary prepa rations for the holding of the annual saengerfest of the Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky Saengerbund to be held here In Degenthals park July 25 were made by the executive offi cars of the saengerbund byDrH LIVINGSTON Dr R G Webb reports Taylor Mullins very low with feverH- D Magee is having a private wire run from his office to his residence Joe Omary and family have reoi II turned from LouisvilleA i girl of Mr and Mrs Buck Howard is very sickMr Henry Gentry i informs us that a Christian church was organized at East Bernstadt j j SaturdayThe have the tank done and now it is being treated IJandto get teams to here for the Ford Lumber Co James Burton who got his jaw hurt 1 is slowly improvingA W Nor ton passed here Sunday en route to Clairfield Tenn where he is in the bark businessMr Gadd who has been sick for the past two years died Sunday night and was buried MondayJ Boring moved to Brush Creek Monday H L 1 Delph has moved bis family to his property on Gaulev Branch This is the second time he has owned this property Your correspondent was at East Bernstadt Sunday and while there witnessed a lively game of ball between the town boys and the Letterbox boysMrs Bowman is visiting in Richmond j Mrs Newland of Brodhead was between trains visit 1briSis visiting her sister Mrs Bob MinkMrs R J Lemons is in J Louisville this weekMrs Ab Sparks is with her sister D MageeTwo of Mt prettiest girls Misses Miller and Lula McCoy Vernonsj Miss Alice Ward Sunday dayMiss Fannie gins is quite sick at this writing i Master Walter Browning fell last 5 week and cut an ugly gash in his i head and the the doctor Bad to take j two stitches in itMrs Roger Pryor has gone home on a visit Mr J B Coleman was in Louisville J this weekMrs H W Rice t is beautifying her home with a new j coal of paint Lee Johnson and J 1 B Coleman have gone to Berea i Mrs J E Woodall sold a three months old calf foi one dollar Let the women do the stock trading and they will get the pricerMiss j Georgia McFerron has gone to Be rea to attend the commencement Brother Jamison w ill soon be in our midst mingling with us Mrs E L Cockrell has returned j from Richmond Master Earl Rice will return to old Livingston j when the gets his tobacco crop 1 raised Thats right Earl get a good startJ J Patton of Lato nia Ky in company with W NJRiggs visited the coal region near Jellico last weekThomas Jones has returned from Louisville and his eyes are much better Living ston is organizing a base ball team and we are coming to the front Owens and Elder are instructing a class in vocal musicUriah Adams is in very poor heelth John R Carter is having his home repap ered this weekMrs Neal Parrett and children of MtVernon visited relatives here last Saturday and Sunday Let every Democrat in the county go to work and get a ticket of good men for the county offices and then work untill we get the victory in NovemberR L McFerron was here MondayJ H Walton is spoken of a candidate I for Circuit Court Clerk John would make a good one and all we will have to do is to put our shoulders to the wheel and role WOMEN WHO ARE ENVIED lThose attractive women who are ltci vely in face form and temper are th envy of many who might be 3ikt 5 them A weak sickly woma- n1ril1be nervous and irritable Con jstip ition or Kidney poisons show in p imples blotches skin eruption and awretched complexion For s tuck Electric Bitters work Wood errs They regulate Stomach therlb1oOOunefceeath Manylohavaiand bet ut tmlkQm 50C at 1J c i 7 I 0 4E she9 8a7 = P HER 3 = Rt QG UUW 1 tjThe I i I Jit U 1t r liC t i t y4iCttt i9 r iviityDrug or I 0111J see adveiIte ni the SIONA THE OLD RELfABLE I Ckcacsc 1i ag Store in the c ts DAVIS J 1 aIde MainSouth Street MTVERON KY = S2 l v PHONE JOUR WANTS TO f No 89 If you need medicines ofany kinds call 39 When you want prompt service in case of accident call 89 If you want the Doctor call 89 I When you are ready to paint your house call 89 If you want ice cream call In fact make 89 your servant you will always find ready and willing service at our end of the line All Phones lead to CHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist I t PHONE No R189i iS Ifa body need a body call 89 7F Get your Hammocks now SICSOtoSSOO Get your Croquet Sets now 128 up Get your Base Ball Goods now Young ladies now is the time to buy your toilet goods of all kinds Please call in and let us show you Dont forget the number ii uIatsj I 33 EX A Profitable 1vitationI This invitation is presented with the hope that it may be of some service to our patrons There is noth3 + ing that offers such a twofold opportunity to the individ j ual as a bank account The money you save and depos t it in the Bank is yoursIt is at your command at any j time to better your condition to start you in husiness to build a home to invest profitablya hundred and j one things that systematic saving puts within easy reach of any person At the same time that money saved is It going into circulation through the medium oithe bank it is being used right here at home and is making for the j prosperity of the community We offer our depositors every service and conven j c ience in transacting business Our bank is here to fur 3 your interests and the interests of the community to j best of its ability ither Come in and ask questions If you do not have an with us open one no matter how small We j give it the same attention and thesame courtesies f that we accord the man whose business runs into many thousands of dollars We will take the same pleasure j i it in the growth of your account that you do yourself PEOPLES BANK 33dbc 3dMr=nnntntntntnntnttntntnnttntn nttnnnnnnnnnnntnt IT VERNON DjBKBT DO PRACTICAL 3 HSUNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND 3 EMBALMERS 3 Mt Vernon Ky rrs COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = t0i1 = work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 EAB fl 1 FURNISH WH KRUECER =Pnone Proprietors = Ul1UU1U1U1UllUlllUUU1U1U1UU1UUUUUUUHUU1UUU1U 0 Jd ffft UHDERTAKBR qi Our line of Couch caskets isunexcelledp I Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of JU the County Ut ll All orWbAreFilled lL Ihone 1lS MT VERNON KY l tNFit T U SW- 11 I i1Ti AIf j1 a l I I Shoes for MeniHannah Oxfords 7 so and 400 1 y Walk Over Ox 35o and 400 American Gentlen lv4 and 5 American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in OxfordsI are worn by all good have the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goods Our line is complete Silks in all shades and prices Hosiery Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys Hose are guaranteed Come try a pair r s NIT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June II 1909I ALBRIGHTt 100 on t WEDNESDAY a mob of 75 masked and armed men overpow ered Jailer Bridges at Frankfort and took John MaxIe and hanged him from the bridge that spans St iiClairSt across Kentucky river directly under an electric light x Maxjte had shot Bert Bowers Su perntendent of the Howe Circus Wei 1e walking through the lot from one tent to another Bowers saw the negro ripping the tent of the main show He told him to stop and went to get a policeman to arrest him When he turned Maxie raised a revolver and fired on him four times one bullet pen etrating through the abdomen The surgeons do not know yet whether the wound is fatal Bow ers is an Elk and is in the hands of the Elks in that city and will be well cared for Maxie was captured with much trouble and was placed in jail where the mob himWe not ordinarily indorse mob law but in this case we do When the time comes that a man cant protect his own property when trying to do so in a gentle manly without being shot in the back by a nean negro then we say hang him to the first tree For our part we want to congratulate those Frankfort citizens who did the good deed of relieving the community of such a low down wretch THE Industrial Edition of the London Sentinel is certainly a cred it to its enterprising editor Mr Russel Dyche who did many hard days work and no doubt lost many a sleepless night in preparing such an edition It has been our misfortune to attempt such a project and we certainly know the praise and credit due any country newspaper man who attempts such an undertaking However onlv a few people appreciate the effort put forth to give an edition of that kind that will do honor not only to the promoter himself but to the town its people and its enterprises We certainly congratulate Brer Dyche on his splendid effort- RESOLUTIONS Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M Mt Vernon Ky WHEREAS It has pleased the Grand Architect of the Universe to call from labor herd heie below our beloved brother Dr Percy Ben ton on May 28th iqoq to take up his abode in the great beYondfrom- whose borne no traveler returns Dr Benton was made a Master Mason in Campbellsburg Lodge at the age ot twentyone years and demited to Brodhead Lodge about eighteen years ago of which lodge he was a faithful and active member until his death Brother Benton had filled with credit to himself and pleasure to the frater nity every office in the lodge and at the time of his death was Grand Senior Deacon of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky He was a man of excellent worth whose death we mourn and whose virtues we commemorate He was husIband a kind indulgent father and a physician of high standing in the profession Therefore be itIRESOLVED That in the death of Brother Benton Brodhead Lodge loses one of its faithful members and the Masonic Fraternity a true and loyal brother whose character- sand were worthy of com men dation wos life words and deeds won him universal esteem for he was regarded byall men in all walks of life as an honorable and upright gentleman RESOLVED That we tender to his bereaved family and loved ones the tenderest sympaty of the members of this lodge and point them to his life as an incentive t to those noble virtues that are always pleas ant to the sight of the Grand Mas i T F Hats Stetson Hats 400 GreenH ej z 50 u 2 OO 300 3Y itShirtslOur line of shirts is the best in town We have them in all sizes from 50 cts to 2 Gold Medal Flour We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent at 7 per barrel in wood and 85 cents per sack It is the best flour made by anymilL Order a barrel or a sack j ter of the universe RESOLVED That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minI ute book of Brodhead Lodge and- Ashland Lodge No 640 and made a part of the record thereofa copy be furnished the MT VERNON SIGNAL and Masonic Home publication 1JOlIN THE DAYS ROOSEVELT IS SAID DEVOTE HOURS DAILY TO HIS LIT IMR ERARY LABORSNEWS ITEM NUDIST ia SHOT AS RESULT OF CHURCH WAR Former Kentucky SheriffFatally Wounded in His StoreSaid He Had Feared for Life Jackson Ky June 8 ExSheriff Edward Callahan famous throughout this section of the state for the part he played in the numerous feuds that have disrupted Breathitt county for years was shot from ambush and it is believed fatally wounded at his home in Crockettsvllle 16 miles from Jack sonCallahan had swept out his store pre paratory to opening for the day and brushing the refuse from the front door when the shot was fired from ambush The ball took effect in the left side of his abdomen Blood hounds have been put on the trail of the assassin Callahan recently told friends that he expected to be at tackedIfIt is reported that the immediate cause of the shooting of exSheriff Callahan was dispute over the man agement of a church he built and of which he is deacon at Crocketts villeCallahan was the chief lieutenant of Judge James Hargis who wes shot Journal for copy be sent to Marion Couimandery No 24 and to Mt Sterling Comman derv and a copy be furnished the family of Brother Benton Com- A B FURNISH WORK TO SIX was a t a and killed by his son Beech Kargis the latter having received a life sentence in the penitentiary for the mur der Later developments regarding the that at least twoshooting are assas sins and probably more were engaged in the conspiracy to wipe out the Callahan family At the same time the elder Callahan was being fired upon another party or a number of them attacked his son Wilson Calla han A bullet fired by the unseen enemy plowed its way through his hair and carried his hat 20 feet away gNLYMCENTS well Afiftycent bottleof SCOTTS EMULSION will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child in summer as wellas in winter Only one cent a dtxy think of itand its as nice as cream Get a small bottle now All Druggists THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD Rheumatic Pains relieved by use sl Dr Miles AntiFain Pills 25 dose 25 eta ROOSEVELT CROSSES DESERT ExPresidents Leaves for Sotik DistrictToTravel- Day and Night Kijabe British East Africa June 7 The Roosevelt expedition left here for the Sotik district Between Kijabe and the objective there is a waterless tract that it will take two days and a half to traverse Water for the expedition was carried in ox wagons in charge of a Ulyate settler The moon at present is full and the nights are bright this will enable the party to travel day and night with scarcely a stop until water on the other side is reachedI SLAIN IN COUR HOUSEJ Political Enmity in St Louis Leads to Daring Tragedy as TrialIBegins St Louis June 8Fred Mohrle who killed Constable Sam Young in North St Louis several weeks ago was assassinated d in the corridor of the criminal court building by Will iam Kane a former deputy under shooting occured as Mohrle was being taken to court to stand trial for the death of Young and is the culmination of a bitter political feud Kane used Youngs revolver on Mohrle 650000 Fire in Decatur Decatur Ill June SIn a fire which started shortly after one oclock this morning from electric wiring on the sixth floor of the mill of the De catur Cereal Company the entire plant was destroyed with a loss of 650OOQ with 165000 insurance John Sheehy a fireman was killed Thaws Niece Is Married Rome June 4The marriage of Miss Beatrice Thaw daughter of Alexander Bair Thaw of Pittsburg and niece of Harry K Thaw to Don Francesco Theodblf of Italy took place at the Thaw residence here Michigan on Trial Trip Philadelphia June 7The big bat tleship Michigan built by the New York Shipbuilding Company of Cam den N J left for the New England coast for her first and official trial trip There are many imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is tne original Be sure vou get DeWitts Carboliz ed Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it It is good for cuts burns and bruises and is especially good for Piles Sold by Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSign eof hzo tUUM f I FIRE DESTROYS 100 HOMES Presque Isle Me Is Swept by Flames Which Cause Loss of 300000 Presque Isle Me June 8The en tire northeasterly section of this vil lage comprising the district where were situated the most pretentious residences was swept by fire last night a high wind carrying flames and embers from street to street un til 100 dwelling houses and the Con gregational church the Masonic hall and several other structures had been reduced to ashes The Canadian Pacific railroad sta tion and two large storehouses for potatoes were burned The total loss is estimated at 300000 Masked Men in Daring Robbery Butte Mont June STwo mounted and masked men blew open a safe in a saloon in Anaconda Hall in the cen ter of Butte seized 600 in cash and galloped away Although seen by a number of citizens the robbers es caped Shows New Yorks Growth New York June 7How New York city grows is shown in the returns of travel on the subway and elevated lines for 1907 and 1908rThp sales of tickets in the subway increiod from 182559990 in 1907 to 220991212 in 1908 Offers England a Dreadnought Melbourne Australia June 7Alf- red Deakin premier of the common wealth has sent a cablegram formally offering to the imperial government I readnougbt or a corresponding million to the navy The Division ot Did Letters is one of the show places of the national capital and is visited an nually by thousands of sightseers There is much that appeals tc human interest and motion in the immense stacks ot letters and par cels recived at the rate ot 40000 a day and containing articles ofev ery description r some of them bear ing addresses wnich can not be de ciphered even by the experts In the 13000000 pieces of mail mat fj t fpont wear Ordinary clothing when itcosts no more to wear t well made asb stylish clothing If you buy Shield Bran- dNOTICE the tailor made effect of the gar a ment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat the results of artful designing and high class tailoring ShieldtClothing for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which are attached to sieve within the following ranges MENS 1 0 the lowest 20 to highest BOYS 300 the lowest 600 the highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show t ft GRANVILLE OWENS iIU1JN I1EJDEAKR I Brodhead Ky WICOMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled ter teceived by the division last year there were 6000 books 1000 pair of eyeglasses goo fountain pens 800 razors false teeth mar riage certificates rings shoes snakesin fact everything from valuable diamond to penny souve nirs There was also more than 165000 in actual monev and com checksI2203992 Asst Postmaster General P V DeGraw in the National Magazine for June Baby wont cry if u five Him BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP Pleasant to take ra id results mjuriouaIICI ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo writes I cant say enough for K 11vrrljrt Horehound Syrup It has cured my baby of thecroup and my CoughsI25c SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommenced by I sr s tfr I r MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June n 1909 ze Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 rFO+ t d R R Co JIf TIME TABLE 22 north 437 P m 24 northon 3523 m 23 south 1158 a n 21 South 1219 a m t TAS LANDRUM Agent ii f Phone No 58 r Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second class mail matter j PERSONAL Miss ida May Adams is visiting in Warsaw Mrs Chambers Oldham is reported very sick Elmer Lechleiter was at home for a few days this week Miss Erma Tharp of Brodhead visited Miss Annie Davis Miss Jennie Davis is in Bereaat tending the commencement Mrs Jarve Cook is visiting rela tives at Pine Hill and Cove Mrs Geo Cook visited her parents Judge and Mrs J B Lair Mrs G M Ballard was reported not so well the middle of the week Miss Zelma Jones and brother Ed attended commencemeut at BereaMrs S C Franklin is visiting in Berea and attending the com mencementMr Mrs J F Griffin were among those witnessing the close of Berea College Born to the wife of John Wil liams a fine girl baby mother and babe doing well Miss Alza Thompson has retured from a two weeks visit in Stanford and Lexington Mrs W L Richards left yester day for Warsaw to see her brother who is very sick Mr and Mrs J Fish and daugh ters Misses Daisy and Julia spent Wednesday in Berea Miss Anna Tate witnessed the play a hometalent production at Crab Orchard Monday evening Little Misses Margie and Sadie Parsons of the country spent a part of the week with little friends in townVic who has a good posi tion in Tennessee spent a few days with his parents at Level Green last week Allen Lewis has returned from the west He is just recovering from an operation for appendicitis and is considerably cut down as the result Mr David Henderson is reported very seriously ill and the end is expectedat most any moment He has been in a very serious condition for a long time Mr and Mrs J H Barnett of near Ottawa who came to this county from Shelby were pleasant and welcome visitors to our town between trains Friday afternoon- J K Adams better known as KanJI who has been located with the Champion Coated Paper Co of Hamilton P is forced to resign his position and go west on account of his health He is suffering with lung trouble Vic Tate went over to Crab Orchard Monday to assist the Or chestra in furnishing music for the play monday evening Victor is a splendid musician and is one of the chief promoters in getting the new band started at this place Cashier M B Salin spent the week in Owenton with Mrs Salin F L Thompson Jr has had charge of the Peoples Bank during Mr Salins absence and has handled the business with the ease of one of many years experience W H Krueger returned Sunday from a several days visit in Louis ville and while there was best man at the marriage of his cousin Mr Miller who has visited Mr Krueger at this place and well known to some of our people It was a Cath olic wedding Misses Lee and Smith of the Brown Memorial School have re Dauvilleturnedand Cedar Bluff Iowa Misses Keys and Waddell will remain two weeks and Mips verIDon IMrMrs Margaret Grimes has re turned from a two weeks stay in RichmondM H Beaty will leave to day or tomorrow for Burnside to visit relatives Mr Jake Wallin of Crab drch lard visited his sisters Mrs J F Griffin and Mrs Alice Tate first ofweek Den McClure and Wheeler Meadows spent a portion of the weekwith Mr and Mrs Janies MeadowsMrs B Fish of Williamsburg was a passenger on No 22 Wednes day en route to Louisville to see ShrinersMiss Williams and Jtfr J C Adams witnessed the Burnett Williams wedding at London Wednesday afternoon James and John Beaty are at Burnside doing machine work John will be located there for some time while Jim will go to Georgia to keep books for A H Hamlin LOCAL FOR SALEloo bales good hay at 60 cts per hundred 62i3t M G FISH Mrs Holbert Southard died at her home near town Monday of brain fever The Lyons Lumber Cc of Junction City want all kinds of shipping logs Mrs Wade Liveasy died rather suddenly Wednesday afternoon she had been sick only a few hours suffering from puerperal convulsions Mr J W Vanwinkle received a telegram yesterday morning an nouncing the death of his grand son at Waynesville 111 He leaves a wife and one child We are glad to know that there are so many farmers raising tobacco We understand that almost every farmer in the West side has from one to two three and four acres tobacco and some few have in from eight to ten acres- MOTTOMt Vernon should a dopt the motto of the Schriners which is Boost dont knock Every individual can do some thing to up build his town and County Lay aside petty jealousy and let us pull together for the upbuilding and advancement of this town and county in every way- ATTENTIONMore concrete side walks are needed in Mt Vernon better and more perfect streets are being daily demanded and should be made The great majority of the people of our town want them Will the trustees see to it that these improvements are made and made promtly Get busy gentle men get busy and dont let any body retard the growth ofour town The Lyons Lumber Co of Junc tion City of which Chas S Lyons is President has just closed a deal with Albert Allen for the timber on a 1500 acre tract of land which will take about three years to work out The timber is located in the Eastern part of this county and Mr Lyons who was in to see us yesterday morning said he would like to close a deal at once with some responsible party to do the cutting and logging A dispatch from Richmond to the daily papers says Don C Edwards of London Congressman of the Eleventh Distiict will in a few weeks move from London and locate In Richmond where he has purchased large lumber interests and where he will make Iris future home The dispatch further says that since it has been definitely learned that Caleb Powers will be a candidate for Congress that the move of Edwards is taken as an in dication of forlorn hope in making the race to succeed himself and hence will leave the district Mr J A Landrum has been ap pointed Grand Senior Deacon of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Ma sonsto fill the vacancy caused by deathof Dr Percy Benton We are certainly glad to see Mr Lan drum thus honored for the honor has most assuredly been worthily bestowed He is a true Mason in all that the word implies and has long since been recognized as one of the brightest Masons ia Ken tricky We hope that this will onjv prove a stepping stone to some thing better for him as there is no office in the Grand Lodge which he could not fill with credit to him self and honor to the fraternity i r al =3 C CJX33E3ji A MAN IS NOOLDER THAN HE LOOKS ItJ g L tom W 1 I STRAW r i HATS ARE READY FOR YOU 50 cents to 300 r r rv Robt Cox will be open for busi ness next week Onr base tall team claims to be in good condition for service but they are not doing much realwork Mrs Hob Kirby of near Sparks Quarry died yesterday morning after a long illness of consumption FOR SALETwo small farms mostly in grass Will sell separate or as a whole Plenty of fruit MODE CrAWFORD S B McKenzie and W H Krueger two of our most enter prising young men will soon open a wholesale fllour feed and grain house The will occupy the room adjoining J Fishs building and will open for business just as soon as the building is completed which will be about the first of next week We certainly hope them success ANNOUNCEMENT The officers and District Superintendent of the Rockcastle county Sunday School Association are requested to meet in the Christian church in Mt Vernon June 12th at i oclock p m for the purpose of organizing for District and County Conventions We trust that eachmember of the County officials will feel the importance of the Sunday School work and be present at the meet ing Faithfully M G FISH Pres Mrs A H MeFERBON Sec State Superintendent Crabbe has secured the affidavit of two teach ers found to have possession ofex amination questions as to where they secured them and he has de tectives on the trail of the parties believed to have handled the ques tions for gain The department is finding that those who secured the questions are willing to do all they cain to clear their own skirts The case of Lucy Jackson colored of Jefferson county who is accused of stealing the examination paners for applicants for school teachers cer tificates that had been prepared by the State Superintendent was con tinued in the Louisville city court until Jqne the 12 the evidence now being completed It is alleged the woman sent the papers to Eliza- bethtown and that they have been sent to other points in the state TO MEN Stay younglook youngdress young Our clothes are the key to youth for all ages Theyare all good quality And you cant findanything in ourstock but what is good and serviceable iSPRING SUITS 1OtoO 1i VJ L TO i il R MOTHERS M We are showing the very fnest Knickerbocker Suits in this part of the country for your boys They come in Brown Gray Fancy stripes and Blue Serge- Pricesfrom 2 to 650 I 1 t i IMT rl- t ALL AROUND THE CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE J PHONE 77 R DemocraticCommitteemen and elected Mr G C Fish as Chairman a splendid selection Mr Fish is not only a good Demo crat but is one of the countys very best citizens and the selection or such a man as he for the place will meet with the hearty approval of every Democrat in the county Chas R Baugh thrown from horse condition serious was the wording of a telegram received at London last Saturday trom Deming New Mexico where Mr Baugh migrated about Jan 1St on account of his wifes health A telegram recieved Tuesday stated that he died at 8 oclock that morning With this nothing further has been learned up to time of going to press as to how the unfortunate circum stance happened what were the nature of his injuries or what dis position will be made of the body whether it will be brought back to Kentucky or whether the burial will take place at Deming Mr D R Brock fatherinlaw of Mr Baugh left Monday but will not reach there until some time today Mr Baugh leaves a wile and five children the oldest about twelve years of age GREAT IMPROVEMENTBeaty Hamlin are making many and decided improvments on their flour ing mill which will be ready for lull work by the time new wheat comes hi Two new pieces of machinery have been added which increases the capacity nearly half and as to quality will be second to none The elevator which is a four room concrete building each room 12x12 and twenty feet high is one of the most complete in the state and has cost no small amount of money to build Mr W H Forbes was the contractor and has certainly done a splendid job With these additions Mt Veruon will have a flouring mill second to but few in the state and as to the quality of their production second to none We certainly hope and expect a successful future for those two enterprising citizens OJ T03 lIApi t2tethe KM IMW 1gsau fItl I FOR SALEI50 bushels ofcorn R L SMITH 642t Hiatt Ky Phone Brodhead Ex A colored infant was found bur ned alive near Berea Friday The child had been placed in a box with a shoe string tied about its neck A women named Maupin ws arrested charged with the crime and placed under bond The child still lives and it is thought will re cover from its trying experience Richmond Climax The second Whirlwind Cam paign for better education in Ken tucky will be opened Snnday June 27th when every minister in the State will be asked to deliver an address on Pnblic Education in Kentucky from his own pulpit One hundred prominent speakers will begin active work on Monday June 28th reinforced by local speakers and every community and every community will have an opportunity to participate in the great educational movement which is sweeping over Kentucky An important event of the campaign in each county will be Rally Day JI when it is planned to have an all day open air meeting The coming campaign is expected to be better and more thorough than the former one A change from the 1908 plan will be the shifting of the bombard ment from the city and town to ru ral school conditions Every effort wilt be made to raise the standard of country schools We do not know of any other pill that is as good as DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pillssmall gentle pleasant and sure pills with z reputation Sold by Chas C Davis WE BUY YOUR WOOL I HIDES FURS GinsengGeI4e are lealers andean do Better for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for list and ping tags Wefumlahweol bags free M e lAPEL SONS 29 E Market St OLEIIONIYAKDTAR HrM ttMci FmMU PMtMiwife A telegram from Jackson Ky dated June 7 says At daybreak this morning Ed Callahan former Sheriffof Breathitt county and no torious as a feud leader was shot from ambush while standing in the door of his store at Crockettsville and in all probability killed A steel ball from a Winchester passed through his abdomen Callahan arrose early and went to open his place of business near his home and was standing at the door talk vW ing to his brother Green Callahan when without warning a spurt of flame darted from the mouth of aRI r old desetted coal mine and the ex Sheriff fell to the floor apparently lifeless The brother while bend ing over him noticed two men run from the old coal mine but up to this time he has refused to tell the public whether or not he knew j the assassins AVERS HAIR Does not VIGORIHair falling out Troubled with dandruff Want IIIngredients Sulphur Glycerin Qumin Sodium Capsicum Sage Alcohol Water ChIrillIWe believe doctors endorse this formula or we would not put R up AVERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairJ doss Ooiofjurr Lowell Mw WANTED Eggs Poultry and all kinds of Produce At Mt Vernon Every Monday WILL PAY CASH Headquarters at Lancaster Ky W B GOTT I CO r peg aseS X Convenience of the Savings fir Account a Many persons keep their money here as a permanent inivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is ed As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the i entire amount at any time With a determination to save you fare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pwyyou a egu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in de it if W YIDPyUl oaN at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED Q MT VERNON KENTUCKY tt F 1 I iiJLJLIuigestiM1 f rr yoii Sufferirom Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Belching Sour Stomach Heartburn etc a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive Juices that are found in a healthy stomach Being a liquid it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests but helps you enjoy every mouthful you eat You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health But this food must be digested thoroughly otherwise the pains of Indigestion and dyspepsia are the resultWhen 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 Sold CHAS iAYIS W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturerofandDEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEOOWENS Prop KILL THE COUCH urn CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryI II fALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES ANTEED ATISFACTOB MONEY REFUNDED ITUCKY FAIR DATES Id July 33 days son July 275 days own July 275 days iville August 35 days s Fair Lexington August vslie August 104 davs n August 105 days irg August 123 days August 174 days Hie August 183 days AD August 183 days sville AugI83 days 193 days AUg245 days I vn Aug 243 days I tug 254 days 25 4 days 253 days MB 313 days Aug 313 days Aug 314 days Sept 15 days ept 14 days pt 14 days pt 73 days 74 days 34 day- sr4 days- STATE FAIR EPT 136 days 63 days I 2 days RS OUSTED Irom stomach ings New LIfe id to see his digestion fly bled over his rcfng nerves stomach work right I So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepstrong by taking a little Kodol You dont have to take Kodol all the time You only take it when you need it Kodol is perfectly harmless Our Guarantee Go to yourdrugglst today and get a dollar bottle Then after you have used the entire contents of the bottle if you can honestly say that It ontted3 you any good return the bottle tand e will refund your money without ques tion or delay We will then pay the drug gist Dont hesitate all druggists know that our guarantee is good offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one contalns2j2times Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago by C BIG LEPER COLONY Massachusetts has developed the largest leper colony in the United States since it established a colony for the lepers on Peuikese island off the Atlantic Coast a few years ago There are eleven lepers on the island and two waiting for places there The doctors in charge expect that the number will be a good deal larger within ten years and he has asked with the ascent of the State Board of Charities that the plan of the island be changed from cottage habit t ons for the lepers to one large building construCted to take care of all who may come under State control The six cottages built a few years ago are thus plsced on the retired list and the State is asked for at least 15000 to put up a big building It is claimed that the lepers are able thltIed on the island which has a large crop of stcne always in sight Cape Cod appears to be the leper locality of Massachusetts Five years ago there were no known lepers in the Commonwealth Now there are thirteen and most of them were discovered down on the Cape or because of having been there a good deal The island doctor says he does not pretend to explain why it is that the Cape develops so much leprosy or why this State got along so many years without a case and then found itself a leper hotbed suddenlyW o r c hes ttr Mass Telegram OASTOnJABears theThe Sured W1VVHITE9S Cream Vermifuge u THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI rWAMC Or BallardSnow Liniment Co ST ZOUIB MO- CHAs C DAVIS Neuralgia Pains v Are the result of an abnormal condition qf the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to re lieve thepain tryDr Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every Theyleaveaftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of re lief Try them rIghtoverhaveneuralgia AntlPainseldomfindtwo tablets for complete reliefMRS KATHERINE BARTON 1117 Valley t5t Carthage Mo neuralgiaand thelasttheyalwayssometimesthoughtit Is necessary to Ulko two ot them torelteveNebYourtreturnyouMiles Ind t i0+ t I nt4IrLtiU rorm BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Franchise to Conduct a Telephone Ex change Purchased by Home Tele phone Co from City of Frank fort j y v Frankfort yThe Home Tele phone Co purchased a franchise from the city to conduct a telephone ex change In this city In conformity with the ordinance recently passed by the council regulating telephones and fix Ing the maximum price at 250 for business houses and 150 for residences The franchise was purchased by Attorney Guy Brlggs for the Home Co The East Tennessee Telephone Co did not bid on the franchise and it is understood that the company will resist the action of the council In ing the telephone rates at less than 165 for residences and 275 for busi ness houses GOV WILLSON WILL EMPLOY All the Machinery at His Disposal to Bring to Justice the Lynchers of the Negro Maxey Frankfort KyGov Willson when told of the lynching of the negro Max ey in the shadow of the statehouse declared that he will employ all the machinery at his disposal to bring to justice the menjbers of the masked band which took him from the jail Rewards will be offered by the state for the arrest and conviction of any of the men Little information as to the identity of the men who took part in the affair has been obtained by the police or detectives working on the case The body was cut down by the coroner after he was notified by policemen attracted to the scene by the sound of shooting but who arrived after the mob had dispersed BUREAU UNCOVERED Far Distribution of Questions for Ex amination of Teachers Frankfort KyT W Vinson First Clerk in the Department rf Education of the state has uncovered a bureau for the distribution of questions for common school examination for teach ers and has had arrested Lucy Jack son of Louisville Elmira Lang rf Louisville and Sarah Lee of Elizabeth town and other arrests will follow State Superintendent Crabbe is at a loss to know how the alleged sellers of the questions got hold of them Examinations for teachers were held in the colored schools on May 28 and 29 and the next day there were complaints from Hardin Lincoln Chris tian and Jefferson counties The trap that had been set then caused the ar rest of those in jail ASKED FOR MORE GUARDS Jailer Bridges of Frankfort Feared Negroes Would Attack Jail in Re venge for Lynching of Maxey Frankfort KYJailer J W Bridges requested County Judge James H Polsgrove and Chief of Police Man gan to furnish him guards at the jail saying that he had information that a mob of negroes would attack the jail to lynch a white man in retaliation of the lynching of John Maxey the ne gro The additional protection was given Covington KyMembers of the re publican county executive committee and its chairman Mayor Craig were the recipients of considerable good natured bantering when it became known that the action of the commit tee in ordering a convention to nomi nate candidates for county offices for June 19 would have to be rescinded for the reason that the party law provides that the date set shall be at least 30 days from the time of calling a pri mary or convention louisville KyMrs Clara Fortman when crossing the street was struck by a trolley car and was rendered un conscious She remembers that a man with a pleasing address came to her assistance and aided by others removed her to a drug store When she came to her senses she discovered that one of the Good Samaritans had touched her for a diamond locket valued at 400 and a purse containing 25 Louisville Ky Charles D Goepper 49 secretary of the Brewers Exchange and of the Kentucky State Brewers association died after an illness of 18 months Mr Goepper was one of the most prominent citizens of Louisville Louisville KyDr Ryland D Pratt 41 a prominent physician of Shelby county Kentucky died in Chicago fol lowing an operation for internal abscess He is survived by numerous Louisville relatives A sister Miss Mary Pratt is librarian at the High land Branch library Lexington Ky Action by the gen eral council on the twentyfiveyear contract between the cityof Lexington and the Le ington Hydraulic and Man ufacturing Co has been deferred until after September 1 COULD NOT BE BETTER No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to compare with Buciclens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Ec zema Salt Rheum For sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 250 at Chas C Davis t 4 1l 4 1 t fJ f jay uetectlves at MarionTen Arrests MadeStreets Crowded and Jail Delivery Feared Marion 0 June 9Names of men prominent In half a dozen large cities were found in the lists disclosed through a fald by federal detectives on what they believe will prove to be headquarters for an active gang ot blackmailersTen were made Tuesday four here and six at Dennison and the prisoners are Tuesday night held under heavy guard as hundreds of excited Italians thronged the streets and rumors of an attemptel jail delivery were net of the government detec tives is closing around a number of other suspects and more arrests are expected in a day or two Detectives went from here to Belle fontaine to run down a clew but when they reached that town their prey evi dently warned that the game was up had flown United States Secret Service Detec tives J F Oldfield R 11 C Hosford and E F Hutches Cincinnati arrested Samuel Lima and Joseph Rizzo local fruit dealers Tuesday charged with being conspirators of the Black Hand society Late Tuesday night Joe Ba tella and Sam Rizzo were taken into custody on the same charge Letters opened at the postoffice din closed threats against Columbus and Cincinnati citizens John Amicon Italian millionaire fruit dealer Colum bus was given his choice of death or paying 10000 to the society Detective Oldfield states Marion Is the headquarters of a gang engaged in organized blackmail Several hundred letters were found concealed at Limas home The conspirators are alleged to have sent 3000 monthly to Italy Other Italians wanted escaped to Plttsburg The detectives are on their trailOldfield stated that another conspirator had been arrested near here and has made a confession Rizzo was released Tate Tuesday night His arrest was a mistake Detectives say that five more conspira tors here are shadowed and will be are restedSx conspirators were placed under arrest at Denn son 0 and letters se cured which it is said will lead to con victicn Lima had a roll of several thousand dollars on his person when arrested Several hundred Italians have collected in the streets and fear that an attempt will authOrfUeSI release the men under arrest is closely guarded and the militia are ready for immediate action MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY Puts Into Effect a ThreeCent Fare in MissouriSupreme Court issues Prohibition Writ Kansas City Mo June 9At 1201 oclock Wednesday morning the Mis souri Pacific railway put into effect a threecent fare in Missouri The rate is general in the state with the ex ception of the rate of 550 between Kansas City and St Louis which has been in effect for several months It will remain the same All other rates within the state will be three cents per mile The supreme court at Jefferson City issued a writ of prohibition against Judge George Williams of the St Louis circuit court forbidding him from proceeding with the injunctions by which Ccuit Attorney Jones oit that city sought to prevent certain railroads from putting a threecent passenger fare into effect Kills Woman and Self Chicago Ill June 9A man supposedly Joseph Groskoupf aged years of Renssalaer Ind shot and killed Mrs Sadie Eisner aged 23 years and immediately afterwards commit ted suicide MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati June 8 CATTLEExtra 6 60 j 6 65 CALVES Extra 7 50 HOGS Choice 7 60 7 65 SHEEP Extra 5 25 g 5 40 LAMBS Spring 8 35 8 50 FLOUR Spring pat 6 55 6 WHEAT No 2 red 1 58 1 59 CORNNo 2 mixed 76 76 2- OATSNo2 mixed g 6- 0RYENo2 hoice 90 92 HAY Ch timothy 16 00 16 50 BUTTERDairy 18 EGGSPer doz 20 APPLESChoice 5 50 5 75 POTATOESper brl 4 25 4 50 TOBACCOBurley 3 60 7 30 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 1 50 1 55 76UOATS 62J2LNEW YORK FLOURWin patent 6 00 6 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 50 CORNNo 2 mixed 82 OATS No 2 mixed 62 PORKPrime mess20 25 g20 75 LARDSteam 11 50 t11 60 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 1 52 CORNNo2 mixed 8- 1OATSNo2 mixed 61 i 62 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 1 44 CORNNo2 mixed i 7- 9OATSNo2 mixed 53 HAYCh timothy 16 00 HOGSExtra g 7 21 LARDSteam 9 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrime 6 25 6 75 HOGSExtra 7 00 g 7 50 SHEEPExtra 5 00 5 50 Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter 0 rto teach the industrial world hQW to turn cornstalks into paper in the Second Kentucky district perhaps the very foremost agriculture region in the temperate zone when we consider the salubrity of the clime the fertility of the soil and the diversity of the products Tom McGreerv the silver tongued sluggard of the Senate came from there Samuel O Pey ton was from there and so were John Young Brown ahd James A McKenzie Last but not least is Owsley Stanley and just over the line is Ollie JamesSNot even Iowa can shaw a finer corn belt and it surpasses all the regions under the sun for iobacco the plug the sailors chew It was shown by a business man and a thinker horn Massachusetts hat the cotton stalk could be made to yield a profitable crop if it were crown for the seed only and the fiber thrown into the fire but it is now held that the cotton stalk is excelent material of which to make pulp for the manufacture of paper and that the chldis born who will see this waste of a century turned to a source of profit surpassing the fatness of Goshen But the stalk of the corn plant ffords ten times the material that comes from the stubble of the cot ton field and It is now ascertained that the fiber from the cornstalk is far superior to that obtained from the spruce tree for purposes cf making print paper If that proposition does not prove a delusion then the return to the husband man from every hill of corn will be double what it is at present Maybe this is the tvay to flank the paper and the pulp trust 1 Washington j Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative DoesJ not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the 11 natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Mafuso substitutes Price COo M L MYERS Dentist 1onMT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed jrodhead Marble Workf3 BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY J OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention giver to collectionsPhone So- 3 C MeCLARY UNDERTAKER ana EMBALMER Stanford Ky 2i ioi ft irI Jt j c 1it Jt r 2 t t i j A is I T CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of s and has been made under his personal supervision since itsinfancy YZstCUM Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys WormsM and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation il and Flatulency It assimilates the Foed regulates theIStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend i GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of I The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years E rcccI SHOES Our Spring Shoes are in and we want you to come in and inspect our line We have everything in Men Women and Childrens LOW CUTS that you could wish in and let us show you how we can Ifur you else money not only on shoes but every J McKENZIESON Phone 93 3cdc ccx tlYon ant fio Wrong WHEN YOU GO TO A C Hiatts Store I lIe has on of the most nomst comple iines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also LADIES IMMSBring your produce and get the highes market price IA C HIATT HI ATT KENTUCKY r = nn- r === J Women Suffer mucK needless pain when they delay using Uardui for their female troubles Cardui has been found to relieve headache backache pain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more than relieve if used persistentlymany have writ ten to say that it cured them TAKE CARD U 37ItITrs fell Johnson Tampa 3la writes Cartful cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffer ing with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythata long and fair i4aLSMrs Johnson suffered years Rave you P Do you wish fuP But why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES q f d r nl 1 r