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F r Iiiiiiiiiiiii Published Every Friday r dnnt erndl ignlll VOLUME XXII MT VERNON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 16 1909 NUMBER 42 ANNOUNCEMENTOf are selling first class i furniture for less money eiwas ever known before i Beds springs matrasses bedroom suits single pieces of furniture any kind or quality We can furnish anything you X need for your home iDrop in and see our line SCZCCOX MT VERNON KY bcbccbc rr COVE The seven weeks old twin children of Mrs Della Owens died Thursday July 8th The burial took place Sunday at the Proctor graveyard Jones Proctor was in Brodhead last Saturday and Sunday o- nbusinessOur school house which has for a while been pititessly invaded by the rain is at last protected by a new roofThe farmers are hustling now to make croPs1Vehere before many weeks The regular monthly preaching service to be conducted by Rev James Riddle on the first Sunday of each monthThe measles in this part is about checked we are glad to sayDock Langford bought a new mowing machine and hay rake last week Miss Thursa Johnson paid a short visit to homefolks Saturday start ing Sunday to her school at Old Chestnut RidgeMr J Boremg and little daughter Bertha were in tv Livingston visiting the first of this weekRev James Riddle filled his appointment at Sand Hill Sunday The Lancaster base ball team defeated Wilmore 5 to 3 at Lancas ter FridayThe son of Vest Barnhill ot Williamsburg was ru over and killed by a coal car J B Robinson is dead in the Buena Vista section of Garrard Charles W Metcalf of Pineville was elected president of the Kentucky State Bar Association at PaducahJohn Atbuckle aged 10 died at Richmond of lockjaw caused by small splinter penetrating under his knee cap A mile of railroad track and bridge were washed away by cloudburst in Whitley county The damage will reach 50000 Joe Hilton K C brakeman whose home is at Richmond wa caught between cars at Brush Creek and seriously injured alaGet DeWitts Carbohzed Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are great many imitations originalThiswhere salve is needed to be used but it is especially good for Piles Sold by Chas C Davis OASXOBX4 BthectY TORTURED ON A HORSE For ten years couldnt ride horse without being in torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Eczeman25c anteed by Chas C Davis g Aids Nature The great success of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery in curing weak stomachs wasted bodies weak lungs and obstinate and lingering coughs based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that Golden Medical Discovery supplies Nature with bodybuild ing tissuerepairing musclemaking materials In con densed and concentrated form With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food build up the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs The Discovery reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound health purifies and enriches the blood and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health f 1 r J a a a a a a a is It your dealer otters something Ulast as Mood it Is probably better FOR HlMIt pays better Bet you are thinking of the cure not the profIt so theres nothing Just as Joed for you Say so MediciaeEdition paperbound sent for 21one eent stamps to cover cost of mailing Clothbound 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo t N Y a i LIY1NH8TOA Tom Bustle living near the SatIurday of typhoid and was hurried SundayMrs Charley Bryant died Thursday and was hurried Frilay She leaves a husband and ooe small childDr- J W Sams of the Gauley section was here SaturdayThe union Sundayschool picnic will be Saturday 17th everybody come letsla good Rev James kidle preached at Sand Hill Sunday John Sebein and family have gone to Taylor count on a visit aua S K Heliara will drive old Alex and deliver the freight while he is gone Colonel Sam Ward is very sickMips Annie Fishback has returned from a house party given at McKiuneys station JOt Helton L N brakeman while making up Lia train here in the yard was caught between a car aid a Hitch stand Friday night seriously hurt Dr Childrtss was called and be was taken to Richmond Aiiss El beth ishback is visiting MISS Etliel Mudd of LouisvilleTom- Berry while playing bail at Hazel Patch had one of his fingers almost torn from his hand Dr Childress dressed it and we hope he will soon be O Kll G Mullins of Mt Vernon was here between trains Sunday Miss Mary Dye houe of Preachcrsvile is yisiting Mrs George Pope Misses Louani Whitehead and Bessie Sparks of Mt Vernon were here between tri s Sunday Miss Grace McCall stopped here Sunday between trains enroute to Maretsburg Mrs Charley Whitehead has been very sick this week A theif or some theives entered L H Davis store Sunday night and relieved him of from 7500 to 10000 worth of goods and jewelry We are sorry such things happen but so lug as there is so many hoboes tramps and loafers such things will be done The second nine of Livingston played Hazel Patch Sunday The game was 17 to 6 in favor of Hazel Patch Miss Izene Bowers of Paris is visiting her brother Howard BowersThere was a lively game of ball here Saturday between Livingston and Wildie with the score in favor of LivingstonThe blackberry crop is now on and you can see the pickers going in all directions Marshal Furgerson of Mt Vernon came down Friday night to anest a certain man The house was gardedall night but upon examination next morning they found the bird had flownT- M Dees who purchased a tract of timber in Jackson county is hauling goods up there this weekJoe Childress is very sickat the home of his brother Dr W J Childress Porter Deshon May and Nellie Rigsby of near Preachersville are visiting Mrs R A Whitehiad tbis week Little Mamie Quigging is very sick at this writingUriah Adams has returned from Estil Springs not much improvedOn last Saturday night within 20 steps of the Baptist church Robert Kinley and Fred Elkins engaged in a fight in which Robert Kinlev had three ribs broken and injured internally Dr R G Webb was called and Kinly was carried to his office where he was examined he is in a very dangerous condition but is resting better at present Elkins was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Niceley and gave bond and his trialset for Saturday at Mt Vernon If boys when they go to church would go in the house instead of hanging around the door as the case is with several ot the boys here much trouble would be avoided Or stay away uutil they would go into the house where they belong Gerome Adams has been very sick but is some better nowMrs T D Lamb is very lowWe wish to call attention of the town trustees to the fact that over twelve months ago they passed an ordinance in Livingston that every property owner on Main street must concrete his walk lawjbY fixed We wish to ask the trustees what the matter is and wouldit not Illok better to have this There are several interested i dOnej matter Let us hear row you by having these ugly gaps fixed Mrs O R Foley and little Doll ie are visitHg Mrs T P Foley of RichmondMrs Lottie Burton who has been sick for about eight months still continues to get worse Mr Richard E Kemper train master ofthe Henderson Division was here to see his uncle J S Ciloway this weekMrs Ida Garrett and Misses Ida Viclora and Dora Mullins of Mullins Station were here visiting Mrs Arch Mullins this weekMrs Laura Thomas of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Hanks Mrs Joe Payne of Corbin is visiting her daughter Mrs Smiih of this place ORLANDO Mr Henry Mason and Miss Liddy Burnett were marriedat Rev W Williams last Wednesday evening We wish them a along and happy lifeMiss Dora Ball has returned from Flanagan where she has been visiting her cousin Mrs Jennie BallMrs Birtie Hacket and niece Miss Ruth Plank visited her sister Mrs Dora Ball Dont forget the fourth Sunday meeting at the chapel at this place There will be dinner on the ground Everybody come and bring a full basketBill Mullins is reported very low Mrs Nell Robins Mrs Susie Pennington and Mrs Pollie Las well are visiting their mother Mrs A Ball who is very sickThe two infants of Mrs Delta Owens was called to that great beyond last Thursday One died at 7 a m and one at 2 p m iSEES MOTHER GROW YOUNG It would be hard to overstate the wonderiul change inmy mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gilpatric of Danforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could sleepDoctorsremedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They invigorate all vital Organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep impar- rtrength and appetite Only Soc a Chas C Davis IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Fofe THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the matter of- Capt2in H Frith a bankrupt Stanford Ky July 91908 A meeting of the creditors of the above named who has been ad judged Bankrupt will be held ac the office of the Referee Stanford Ky on the 19th day of July i9o9 at 9 oclock A M to elect a Trustee for the estate of said Bank rupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57 of the Bankrupt Act concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim can not be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy A NIGHT RIDERS RAID The worst night riders are pillsTheyKingsNewLifeinconvebience but always cleanser me system curing Colds Head ache Constipation Malara 25c at Chas G Davis President Taft assisted in laying the cornerstone of the Ingram Memorial Congregational Church Sunday The church has for its equippment a gymnasium swim ming pool bowling allvs and club room The President took occasion tc pay tribute to tbe civil employes of the Government who being compelled to remain in Washing ton while the President goes to the seashores and legislators seek their vacation in cooler nooks carry on the work of Government CAZWOBSean Signature khd YQlHaffAlfSjlJV NEWS ITEMS is in circulation in- IIwashington that President Talt tariff bill that is passed by both houses The Senate joint income taxI amendment resolution was passed by the House by a vote of3r7 to 14 The negative votes were cast by RepublicansIGov and Mrs Wilson returned to Frankfort Monday night from Baltimore where medical experts examined Mrs Wilsons injured arm and gave assurance she would recover the use of it The Roosevelt expedition which has been hunting for the past five weeks in the Sotik district arrived Monday at the farm of Capt Richard Attenboroughn on theI south shore of Lake Naiyasha in East Africa Orville Wright late Monday made a successtul flight of five minutes and thirty seconds in his aeroplane at Fort Mvre Va He encircled the drill grounds more than six times in a stiff wind and landed successfully It was decided at a conference at the White House that the rate to be levied under the new corpo ration tax shall be reduced from 2 per cent and that due consideration shall be given the demands of life insurance companies The prospects for a merger of The long distance business of theJ = ndent interests at jtionas a result of the meeting of tele phone men at Parkersburg W Va Judge A M J Cochran conven ed a special term to the Federal Court at Richmond Monday for the J trial of Berry Simpson and others charged with the murder 0 fI United States Deputy Marshal John Mullins at Stearns Ky last Christmas J T Harahan president of the 1 Illinois Central Railway and George A Peabody of New York president of the Mutual Life In surance Company were elected directors of the Central Georgia Railway and were placed on the executive committee Daniel K Pearsons a Chicago millionaire who has given a greatI deal of money to colleges including Madisont bowtnext April when he will have reached his goth birthday He will give away all of his money on that day Gov Wilson refused to grant aI pardon to Leonard Smallwood sentenced to the Penitentiary for life for the killingof Millard Hughes in Laurel counuK stating one pardon for killing amkn was enough Smallwood havingNtoeen set free by Gov Bradley forVhe killing of a brother three months before the second crime was com mitted Harry K Thaws effort to prove himself a sane man and fit to be released from the Matteawan Asylum for the Criminal Insane was begun in earnest before Supreme Court Justice Mills at White Plains New York Monday A commission of experts probably will be chosen by counsel jointly- to decide the Question f State of Ohio City of Toledo jss Lucas county Frank J Cheney makes oath that hs is senior partner of the firm ot F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid andI that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Catarrh thatI cannot be cured by the use of Catarrh Cure FRANK J Sworn to before me and 6thI scribed in my presence this day of December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on theI blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials IIFSold by all Druggist 7sc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation OA fll TO m aAeara fk KM II r t i i i trl Established 1887 HThe Old Rel1ab emlI maaP4Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at teee OLD RELIABLE fll Drug Store in the county ICheapest fSouth C Side DAVISIR = = iJ J PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No 89 If you need medicines ofany kinds call S3 When you want prompt service in case of accident call S3 If you want the Doctor call S3 6 When you are ready to paint your house call 83 If you want ice cream call CO- In fact make S3 your servant you will always find ready and willing service at our end of the line All Phones lead to- CHAS CeDAVIS Leading Druggist PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No890t If a body need a body call 39 Get your Hammocks now 150 to 300 Get your Croquei Sets now 125 upiGet 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 c 89Druggiet 891 s a ti A Profitable Invitationi 1nvf v This invitation is presented with the hope That itmay be of some service to our patrons There is noth 5 ing that offers such a twofold opportunity to the individ i depositM T time to better your condition to start you in husiness zjk to build a home to invest profitablya hundred and one things that systematic saving putts within easy reach 4 j ofany person At the same time that money saved is going into circulation through the medium of the bank itkis beingused right here at home and is making for the i prosperity of the We offer our comulunityic ience in jj ther your interests and the interests of the community to X the best of its abilityW Come in and ask questions If you do not have an S account with us open one no matter how small We VT will give it the same attention andyou thesame courtesies I Li that we accord the man whose business runs into many r pleasureinJ r PEOPLES BANK t11t11t1 t1t1ttttttt1t1tt1ttttttJf11t1ttttt1tt1ttItttttlttttt1tt tt1t JRT VERNON DJBKBT DO PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS =Ms FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND =EMBALMERS = aMt Vernon Ky s COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 EABFURNISH WH KRUECER Pnone Proprietors 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111J111111111111111 11111111111111 UNDERTAKES lIlt Our line of Couch Gaskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of un mtmlitL TS ==0 = d =1 9 =7F I itm t N EKRUEGERSONtIf Shoes for Men Hannah Oxfords 3 50 and 400 Walk Over Ox 350 and 400 American Gentlen 3 14 and 5 I American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goods Uur line is complete Silks in all shades and prices t J rt Hosiery Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys Hose are guaranteeddCome tryl pair MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 16 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION M S BAUGHMAN the defeated candidate for the Democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln has come out in another long ad dress to voters of that county urging the fact that he was robbed of the nomination If Mr Baugh man is desirous of electing are publican ticket in Lincoln this fall he should be encouraged to keep up his fight and we believe he will be successful The spirit of rule or ruin is not to be commended in ay one and more especially one who has time andagain been honored by his party THE LANGUAGE OF THE BAR If I were to give you an orange said Judge Foote of Topeka to D G McGray 1I would simpl say I give you this orange but should the transaction be eutrusted to a lawyer to be put in writing he would adopt this form CI hereby give grant and convey to you all my interest right and title and advantage of and in said orange together with its rind skin juice pulp and pits and all rights and advantage therein with full power to bite slice or otherwise eat the same or give away without the rind skin juice pulp or pits anything hereinbefore or in any other deed or steeds instruments of any nature or kind whatsoever to the contrary in anywise not w standing = Ex t r BANK STATEMENT Report of the condition of the Citizens Bank doing business at Brodhead county of Rockcastle state of Kentucky at the close of JulyIRESOURCES Loans and discountsI with one or more en t 1005721 dorsers as surety Real estate mortgages 1946320 Call loans on collateral 100000 Time loans on collateral 922000 Due from National Banks 768844 Due from State Banks and Bankers 150000 United States and National Bank Note 303000 Specie 94529 Overdrafts secured 43129 Current expenses paid 4430 Banking house 325000 Furniture and Fixtures 248550 Total 5921523 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paidin In cash 1500000 Surplus Fund 105000 Undivided profits 55706 Deposits subject to checks- on which interest is 1notpaid 2822672 Deposits subject to check on which in terest is paid 1438145 Total 5921523 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Rockcastle j SCT I J W Hutcheson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of Diy knowledge and beliefJ HUTCHESON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 14 day of July 1909 JOIN ROBINS Notary Public- J G Frith John Robins J Thomas Cherry Directors BANK STATEMENT Report of the condition of The Bank ofMt Vernon doing business in Mt Vernon county of Rock castle state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 1909 RESOURCES Loans and discounts with one or more en 7189703 dorsers as surety j 14409511Time Hats Stetson Hats Green 400I l 2 00 rNr t trxi9 3 00 VV 211 i Shirts Our line of shirts is the best in town We Have them in allsizEs from 50 cts to 2 I f Gold Medal Flour We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 815 per barrel in wood and 100 per sack It is the best flour made by any mill Order a barrel or a sack o Due from state banks and bankers 871222 United States and National bank notes 345600 Checks and other cash items 812 35 Overdrafts secured 249769 Current expenses paid 252867 Banking house other real estate furniture and fixtures 42025 TotaJII2i1766 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cashI 1500000 Surplus funds 65oooo Undivided profits 4 27795 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 3801971 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 4038000 Due National Banks 200000 Cashiers checks- outstanding 660000 Total 11277766 STATE OF KENTUCKY jCounty of Rockcastle SCT- I W X Richards Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliefW L RICHARDS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of July 1909 A B FURNISH Notary Public My commission expires Jan 6 1910 LivesayS BANK STATEMENTS Reports pf the condition of the Peoples Bank doing business at Mt Vernon county of Rockcastle state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 1909 RESOURCES Loand and Discounts with one or more en 3233110 dorses as surety Realestate mortgages 1149087 Due from National banks 601899 Due from State Banks and Bankers bopoo Specie 329020 Overdrafts secured 195000 Overdrafts unsecured 83143 Current expenses paid 3880 Banking house other real estate furniture and fixtures I941ory Totalr V br1354o LIABILITIES Capital stock paid inf in cash 1000000 Surplus fund 55078 Deposits subjects to check on which inter est is not paid 3550796 Demand certificates of Deposits on which inter est is paid 2100000 Interest since June 30 o9 1666 Total 6713540 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Rockcastle SCT I M B Salin Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief M B SALIN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15 day of July 1909 L W BETHURUM Judge Rockcastle county Ky UG Baker Pres L W Be thurum J F Griffin Directors FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 500 acres located near Livingston on what is known as Trace branch about one half farm in timber balance in cultivation good two story residence barn and other outbuildings never failing orchard of nearly 500 trees A store house and a splendid location saw and grist mill located on farmI notisell at a bargain if sold at once A J SARIS July 16 4t Livingston SMALL FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell privately my farm of 57 acres in Lincoln coubty seven miles from Stanford and two miles Maywood on good road fy miles from pike in good neighbor hood close to church rural route and Jmile from schoolhouse Land al very productive 0 farm in grass balance in cultivation all under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance of fine water and fruit of all kindsIJT LIVINGSTON RF D No i Stanford Ky Tbefinaf brieboCJohn G Carlisle and Edmund Wf Taylor in behalf whiskymen will be pled with the President today Interesting News Items Lexington ICAt a race meeting given at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association track 20 trotters were given recrrds better than 2110 Hoplcinsville Ky =W W Littlefield was shot through the abdomen and probably fatally wounded by E C Out law Both are wellknown business men of tlis city Louisville KyEdward Parrish Hopkins until recently superintend cut of the local branch of Bnidstreets Commercial Agency here died of acute cuigestion of the brain Louisville KyBy the terms of the will of Attilla Cox who died a week io his entire estate is left to the wfdinv Mrs Kate Martin Cox Mr Cox left property valued at 100000 Lexington KyTlP executive com mittee of the State universiy ordered that the twc dormitrries fcr young men be remedied end the wrk be competed by Stytembor Louisville Ky Secretary of State Ben L Brunor a director of the Citi ells Life Insurance Co retired from the board and Hubert Vreelaud of Frankfort was elected as leis successor Frankfort KyLiquor dealers in the northwest are being worked by a swindler traveling under the name of C C Dumcnt and claiming to repre sent W A Gaines F Co distillers o f hi3 cityIAugusta IcyCity Marshal J C Dlts had his examining trial bcforn County Judge Bradford for the illins cf Joseph MeOracken in this city on July 4 and was held in100n0 bail Ho furnished bend Lexinstrn IfyThe new Bank oj Kentucky opened for business with r1 C WHliCof this city president Lon Rogers of Milton Ky cashier t1r pM f ygert Of Madison Tad aylng elks Frankfort Ky United States Sen tor Thcmas H Paynter accompanied y his wfe arrived home from a311I ugjou and will not leave Frankfort tin until he has entirely recovered lis health and strength London KyAlfred A Gambfll of tlris city was shot and seriously wound el by his son in law Spencer Bowling x farmer of Moores Creek Jackson rounty in the law office of Hazlewood Johnson where they had met to takeI depositions in a law suit Frankfort KjThe turning of a liicnic ground into a battjefield took place at the mouth of Elkhorn Jn theI Morgador community in Owen county Chief of Police D Y Mangan was celled up by telephone and asked toI arrest Kelly Athey 21 accused of kill ing Frank Olds 22 CASTCBXABearstbe Biuaature of Mr- I I Ky I r Vr x CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bestIas well as the fresest cut plants ofall kinds bulbs potted flower on short notice Also make a specialty wreaths for funeral purposes- In connection with the above I have all kinds of on hands at reason ble prices- CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUBBARD PROP Stanford Ky FOR SALEOn eesv terms 7 room two story house large lot good stable and other necessary ontbuildings This very de sirable prooerty on Stanford St Crab Orchard Ky For fnrther information address S C KING Ensley Ala For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- nianatnr0 of 8h attl ffia Fh i tFl tfS O i MARS What Is It A Positive Cure For fl BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL UVER f system and who had tried nearly v ibted except Herbine It quickly cured i1 the family now keeps Herbine They recommend it to others aand from that have built up a good trade on s it I believe it is the best substitute for cat af BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO a j ST LOUIS MO fisfHO Sold and Recommended by OGO CHAS C DAVIS M Dont wear Ordinary clothing when it costs no more to wear well made asb stylish clothing If you buy Shield the tailor made effect of the garment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat the results of artful designing and high class tailoring Shield Brandt Clothing 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 l 20 to highest BOYS r300 the lowest 600 the highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show I t x3QI GRANVILLE I iIUNDERTAKER of of vegetables is residence ACASTOR I HER BINE COMPLAINTSIt 8f Bran- dNOTICE OWENS Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail TeleTelegraph or phone orders Promptly Filled W Koo t Jo oiG Wall street rumor has it that the Union Pacific is to absorb the Illinois Central as soon as Harriman returns from Europe Officials of troth roads deny the rumor FARMERSINSURE your homes Against Fire Hying and Tornado iN Horne Insurance Co NEW YORK The Strongest and Best WritingFarm E S ALBRIGHT 1 Agent MT VBRNON KY r y ci hi MT VERNON SIGNAL 7 MT VERNON KY July r6 1909 r 79 Call up No 79 when you want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 c r pmrRR Co i TIME TABLE 22 north 437 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a m 21 South 1219 a mj JAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Marion Bryant is very low with consumptionPleas is very low with fever and lung trouble Jones Fish Jr made a flying trip to Norton Va last week Miss Anna Tate visited relatives in Brodhead first of the week Miss Thersa Johnson of Orlando was in town shopping Saturday Miss Ida May Adams has re turned from a months visit at WarsawMiss Rose McFerron of Pine Hill left last week for Chautauqua New York Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry were guests of Atty and Mrs J W Brown Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles P Reynolds spent Sunday and Mon day with relatives here Master Will Thompson is in Stanford with his sister Mrs Hughes for a few days Miss Montve Martin has re covered Irom her attack of fever and has returned home Clinton Early of Berea is r visiting his grandfather Mr J W VanWinkle on Main street J Tucker Bowling will leave today for a months visit with his parents at Hyden Leslie county MissGeorgia McFerron returned home Tuesday after spending two week with her sister Mrs E B Cox Mrs J W Tate and niece Miss Raney of Mt Sterling spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs Alice TateMesdames M J Miller and C C Davis spent Sunday with their grandmother Mrs Snodgrass in the Glades Mrs G M Ballard returned Wednesday from the Richmond hospital feeling better than she h as for years W H Brown who has been sick for the past two weeks with malaria we are glad to know if much better Tim Prewitt who has been in Indiana for four years is visiting his father Jim Prewitt Sr on the Richmond road Messrs Marshall Vaughn and Edgar Moore two popular young men from Berea were here Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs J WSams ol Drakesboro Muhlenburg county are visiting his brother R B Sams on Newcomb Ave Mrs Margaret Grimes has accepted a position with Miss Ida M Taylor at Princeton and will leave about Sept 1st to assume her duties daughterlNorton Va to visit relatives Atty C C Williams also leaves tomor row far Colorado and New Mexico Mr Albert Hahn entertained a few of his friends last Friday night in honor ot his sister Mrs Minnie Cook who left for her home at Fort Wayne Ind Sunday morning Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson of Burnside spent Saturday until Monday with Mr and Mrs M B Salin Mrs J W Hutch son of Brodhead came up to spend Sunday Mrs C R Baugh and Miss Marie Brock of London and Atty Elmer Brock of Denver spent Monday until Wednesday with their sister Mrs E S AlbrightMrs Cook and children returned to her home in Ft Wayne Slid after a months visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Hahn She was accompanied by her mother and brother Charles Hahn as far as Cincinnati i 9 1 Steve Proctor has a very sick babv Mrs T B Lear was reported very sick Monday Miss Lula McCoy is visiting relatives at Wildle Cashier W L Richards was in Paint Lick Wednesday Frank Miller is here from Indianapolis for a few days Atty and Mrs J W Brown were in Louisville Wednesday Quite a crowd went to see the ball game between Mt Vernon and LancasterMrs Fish daughter Julia and little son Jack spent Monday in the country with Rev and Mrs M G Fish v Miss Ethel Hankley ofJunction City and Miss Bessie Harbeson of Perryville are guests of Mr and Mrs C C Davis J B Cummins and daughter of the western part of the county were here this week having some dentalwork done Atty J W Brown will spend Sunday in Indianapolis with Judge Alcorn who recently underwent a a severe operation but is rapidly recovering and will soon be able to return home LOCAL Read r Fishs big add on this page The infant of Mr and Mrs Luther Cummins died Monday Next Wednesday July 21St begins the Lincoln County Fair It will he worth your going to see Attv J W Brown has added materially to the appearance of his n by having a large porch built in front and on the side The L N will sell tickets to Stanford July 2122 and 23 limited to July 24th tor ioi round trip account of the Lincoln county fair Dont fail to see the Balloon Race and the sensational Slide for life at the Lancaster Fair each day July 28 29 30 Special train daily Mr Thomas J Dye died last Thursday at his home in Kokomo Ind and was hurried Saturday at Indianapolis Mr Dve was well known to mans of our citizens ash was engaged in the timber business at this place for several months only a few years since Assistant State Inspector and Examiner Anderson was here yesterday checking up the different county offices He spoke very complimentary of the different officers and said that he found the various offices in splendid con ditionNoncEThe Democratic County Committee is requested to meet in the Court house in Mt Vernon on Saturday July 24 at 10 oclock a m for the purpose of naming date and manner of selecting candidates for county offices to be voted for Nov election 1909 A full attendance is desired G C FISH Chm Sparks and Davis are having considerable trouble holding a crew of men on account of so much rain that it is impossible to get in anything like regular time and both crews of the Bulgarians have quit and returned to the city Steady work and plenty of stale bread is what it takes to hold the Bulls NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STATE WARRANTS This office is informed that in the future the Auditor will discontinue sending Treasurers checks for amounts due claimants but in stead will mail his warrant to claimants thereby causing them the necessity and danger of mis direction and possible loss in the mails by remailing the warrants- to the Treasurer for payment As a matter of safety and convenience to those receiving war rants as well as to this office I would suggest and advise that ALL WARRANTS sent out by the Auditor be deposited with your local bank for collection- It will probably not be possible to pay all warrants just yet but those that we are unable to pay will be returned with checks for those that are paid If the above suggestions are complied with payments can be made with more promptness and possible loss through the mails reduced to a minimum- Verv truly E PARLEY Treasurer clothes cheap at Fishs IGood Deering mower repairs at Fishs The infant ui Mr and Mrs Will Bryant died Sunday A large number of the public schools began Monday The school per capita for this year is 400 one of the largest ever paid R B Sams has sold his interest in the livery stableto his partner Tip Langford Bill Patents oldest son has been very sick with tpphoid fever but better now Dr Laswell has the raseJoe Redd colored is on the rock pile for thirty days tor taking a watch belonging to Mack SwannerWANTEDCnestnutcord wood cut in five feet lengths write UNION ITentco I have received supplies for teachers and trustees Please call and get them at once G M BALLARD Suptl U G Bakers Store was broken into Monday night a pistol and a few other articles taken The entrance was gained through the front door The copy for the Brqdhead fair catalogue is in this office and we hope to haye the books ready for distribution by the middle or last of next week Just before going to press the news reached us of the death of Miss Matsv Myers which occurre d yesterday She had been down with consumption for several months WANTED All the teams I can get to haul plow beams and lumber Tom mill on Dry Fork to Mt Vernon a distance of4 miles I also want several good logging teams W M BULLOCK Hansford Ky Berea ball team came over Fri day for a double header with the Mt Vernon team The morning game resulted in a score of 9 to i in favor of Mt Vernon and the afternqpn game Berea suffered defeat by a score of 8 to 4 The Berea boys playedvery good ball but were out of their class when they went up against Mt Vernons crack nine Batteries for Mt Vernon Barnett Tate and Tate Berea Benge and Edwards and Jackson and Edwards Umpires Benton and Conn Mt Vernon base ball boys went over to Lancaster Wednesday to cross bats with the Lancaster boys It was an interesting game but full of errors The four runs made by Lancaster and the one score for Mt Vernon were all made on errors It was purely a pitchers battle from start to finish George Proctor Mt Vernons right fielder and Joseph Lancaster third baseman were the stars of the game Batteries for Mt Vernon Bass and Tate Lancaster Watkins and Donehey Umpires Harris and Benton It is useless to talk and preach clean streets when the business men make no effort to keep the streets looking like anything in front of their property Good people when you clean up and beautify the streets in front of your own property please bear in mind that You more than any other individual are benefited You are not doing free gratis work for someone else We would suggest that out in the middle of the street is no place to burn the waste paper rubbish etc more or less of this rubdish does not burn and it is then scattered over the streets The ash piles and piles of burnt paper are not very beautifying to the streets The town board should supply a place for dumping such waste matter and then see to it that it is taken to that place Because it has been a practice for years to dump every thing into the middle of the streets is no reason why it should he kept up How many of those who go to the main street with their rubbish would think of taking the waste material from their homes and emptying it in the front yard Not one yet the same theory ap plies in each Let us all go to work asIa good town inhabited by the best people in the land yet none of us do for the town what we ought todo Let a better Mt Vernon be the watch word for us all f f WANTEDFifty good men to work in quarry at Mt Veruon will pay from 135 to i5o per day SPARKS DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky WEBER LEWIS WEDDING A nuptial event of wide social in terest and which was quiet in all its arraugemts was that of Miss May tie Weber and Mr Sam D Lewis of Mt Vernon Ky solemn ized this morning at 9 oclock at the home of the brides mother Mrs William M Weber on Mis sionary ridgeIThe ly by the relatives and a few close friends of the bride and glOom The entire house was decorated for the occasion with quantities of yard flowers palms and ferns Miss Lucy Hall of Knoxville played Lohengrins wedding march announcing the approach of the bridal couple who stood before an improvised altar in the front parlor banked with ferns ivy vines and stately palms They were joined by Dr Ira N Boswell pastor ot the Walnut Street Christian church who in pronouncing the marriage vows used the full ring service The bride wore a reception gown of natural shade pongee with hat of the same tone and carried an arm boquet of bride roses The ceremony was followed by a twocourse wedding breakfast served in the breakfast room which was attractive in nasturtiums and lillies observing a color motif of yellow and white The brass cau dlelabras wore shades of soft yellow resting on the tables and buffet Mr and Mrs Lewis left shortly afterwards for their wedding trip which will include a stay at French Lick Springs They will go later to Mt Vernon Ky where the groom is a prominent attorney Mt Vernon is also the former home of Mrs Lewis Her going away gown was a green linen tailored suit with hat to match Mrs Weber was assisted in caring for the wedding guests by her daughter Mrs J B Robinson and Misses Ann and Jane Weber The bride and groom are both representatives of prominent family connection and have many friends who remembered them with beautitul wedding giftsThe Chattanooga News Frankfort Ky Judtje Coeuraii ap pointed Emmet Gougli of Nwvpor as temporary receiver for the coal grain and feed firm cf Freeman Jjiunig of Lexington who are involuntary bank rupts a petition having been filed against the firm by the C O railway and ether creditors Louisville KySix hundred dale IIEs from all parts of the country will githor in Louisville next wool len t lip Retail Clerks International Protective Issridatiou will hold its an rual convention here Elaborate PPJ rrstipiis have beers made for the en tertainment cf tile visitors Frankfort KyvVm Pruett banror and his wife a society woman livintr the most fashionable street of the capital wore forced to sit in their roon fer an hour slid a half and watch i ursJar a ho tried tc take the lock ff the wndovs and doors expecting every irinnte to be assassinated Owensbrrc Ky Thousands of acresi rf tobacco per runt cf the crop in tho Green river district havN han ruined Iii a result of the recent heavy rg ins Railroad stations were destroy ed y lightning telephone and tele graph lines put out of ccimvissicn anal fences and barns blown down Louisville KyState Auditor Fraul P James and syyeral associates have purchased the Harrcdsburg DeTocrat and it is announced the name of the paper will be changed to the Harrods burg Republican and that it will be p o official organ of the republican party in the Eighth Congressional district Hopkinsville KyPoliceman With erspoon thought he had Leon Ling when he arrested a Chinaman who ter proved he was Chung Louie of HuntsVille Ala Louie demanded 1000 for false arrest He was hand somely dressed had 140 in cash and two passbooks showing substantial bal ances In Huntsville banks Louisville Ky Official announcement was made by the Louisville Nashville that a successor for Atilla Cox as president of the Louisville Henderson St Louis will not bo elected for some time Lexington Ky Robert Kennedy member of the board of education of furInituresix weeks and there appears to be no one among his relatives and friends who knows where he isr YOURwaLr HIDES FURS r GinsengGolden are Bealers and can do heifer for you kReferencWrite for Weekly price list and ship ttping tags We furnish wool bags free iM M SABEL SONS 1850 229 E Market St STAR BRAND SHOE Tg1 The Roberts Johnson Rand Shoe Company started in business a little less than eleven years ago Theywere determined from the beginning that theSStar trade mark which appears on the heel of every shoe that they make should become an em i ayA =L i w 1 A V STAR B1ANS f SHOES ARE BETTER blem of honesty and supremacy in shoe manufacturing They were determined that no one shouldever have an opportunity to doubt the fact that Star Brand Shoes Are Better Their unequaled record show swhat can be ac complished when a set ot men get together and determine to make an article that is superior to any similar article on the market The success of their honest Star Brand shoes and honest meth ods was instantaneous Their business has grown steadily each year in fact this Company has had the most phenomenal growth of any shoe house in the world The Star Brand Shoe Company has eleven immense specialty factoriesthe largest group of high grade shoe making plants owned andoperated by any shoe manufacturer in the world Only nineteen traveling salesmen represented this organization when it began business but now their traveling force numbers over one hundred salesmen who cover all parts of this and many foreign countries There are over 5000 people employed by this great shoe- making concern These Star Brand shoe workers with their fam ilies the butcher the daker and the candlestick maker would make a city of 25000 or 30000 people Think what a wonderfully big body of people this really is Over 3000000 people wear Star Brand shoes andover 15 000 successful merchants whose aim is to give their patrons the best the market affords sell them TheHStar Brand shoe sales for the year ending Dec 1 0 1908 were 1022861877 The House of Stars has shown an average gain of one million dollars shipments every year of its existence Two different years T the gains shipments amounted to more than two million dollars These are records never equalled by any other shoe house in the world It is truer now than it has ever been that Star Brand Shoes Are Bettertt You will find in our shoe department complete line of these Better shoes including all the nobby effects for spring andsummer dresswear ifl We cordially invite everyone to come to our store inspect this honestly constructed snappy allsatisfying footwear so that they may enjoy the pleasure of Walking On Starstt WE WALK ON STARS SO CAN YOU tJ9Si1 9 rz y 1 a MT VERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER fALL AROUND THE CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOIISEja i4J PHONE 7l L S R i r t T E Eat What You want of the food you need Kodolwill digest it You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it is weak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a sufflc lent amount of food regularly But this food must be digested J and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol di gest the food- Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it rest and Kodol will do that Sold CHAS CjDAYIS W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND lOur work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS n WML a ofand DEALER in Marbles anal Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationGEO WENS Propr KILL THE COUCH l AND CURE THE LUNGS I I IWITH anufacturer Dr Kings I IIIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OK MONEY REFUNDED KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Stanford July 3I3days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 27S days Madisonville August 3S days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days- Taylorsville August 104 days p Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days- Leitchfield August 174 days Barboursville August 183 days BRODHEAD August 183 days Sbephergdsville Aug183 days Ewing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug24S days Elizabetbtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 25 4 days Florence Aug 253 days Frankford Aug 313 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept IS days Fern Creek Sept r4 days Brdstown Sept iidaysIHodgenville Sept 73Monticello Sept 74Glasgow Sept 84 daysiSanders Sept g4KENTUCKY STATE LOUISVILLE SEPT 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford October I2 d- aysElectricN BittersSucceed when everything else fai1L- In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supremej remedy as thousands have ed KIDNEYiLIYERANDSTOMACH It is the best medicine ever told over a druggists counter f lOur Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to you without question or delay We will pay the druggist the price of the bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one in a family We could not afford to make such an offer unless we positively knew what Kodol will do for you It would bankrupt us The dollar bottl contains 215 times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is made at the laboratories of E C DeWitt r Co Chicago by =A bronze tablet presented by the Chicago Congregational Club in commemoration of the aarival of Pilgrim fathers in Amsterdam in 1609 and in recognition of the hospitality of the City of Amsterdam was unveiled yesterday in the English Reformed church of that city Since the year 1607 English speaking people have worshipped in this church includ ing many of the Pilgrims and others who in the Seventeenth century became colonists in America If YOU have pains in the back weak back or any other indication of a weakened or disordered con dition of the kidneys or bladder you should get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away when you experience the last sign of kidney or bladder complaints but be sure that you get De fJm s Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you i and if you will send your name to IE C DeWitt Co Chicago jou receive a free trial box of these kidney and bladder pills They are sold here by Chas C Davis Gen T S Sharretts tie veteran tariff expert who assisted the Democrats in rigging up ths Wilson tariff bill is authority for the statement that the recent tariff bill passed by the Senate shows a 2 per cent reduction from the rates of the Dingley law and a material reduction from the House rates Mrs Theodore Roosevelt and tbree children arrived at Genoa ater a stormy voyage from Naples ORIKD Laxative FruilSyrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Reuse substitutes Prlo COo Epilepsy Fits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cured by strengthening and building up the nervous system To do this a nerve medi cine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfac manyIcan you names of many who throughits yearsandstillcontinue4roost given up in1 despair but know MilesAntlPainPillstry the Nervine I timesdaya and I could see that he was Improving sinceAUJUstmedicine since Jan07 I am writing wUlINervInefalhtoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I h ri MEN S BAD DAYS The critical days of man which the Viennese scientist has dis covered have their interest for the layman as well as for the investi gator of the mysteries ot existence That the law of recurrence could play so active a part in the comfort of human lite few persons would have believed Dr Swobodas theories are still too new to have stood the test of investigation but the are ofvital interest In the opinion of the discoverer of these laws no man escapes them The Viennese professor begins the ex position of his theory with the general statement that physical conditions occur at stated periods not from external causes but with mathematical regularity in ac cordance with a law of the physical nature of man The manifestations of the law in the socalled critical days ofman are sometimes trivial sometimes mare serious but their outcome is always favorable They have no final bad effect These symptoms of the critical period never occur more frequently than at intervals of twentythree or twentyeight days apart The human organiza tion is too complicated to allow its workings to be made clear even by means of this key The same symptoms may be caused by the human beings own actions Any excessive expenditure ol energy is attended by a diminution in force which causes a recurrence of the critical days These irregular ups pearences of the symptoms that mark a critical day in human life may also be caused by emotional strain Professor Swcbodacltes as an instance of such phenomena the smartness or pain following the death ot a beloved relative which becomes poignant tvvenivthree days after death endures for the same number of days and then subsides There are other cases in which the effect of the critical day shows itself recurring at short intervals which are in fact fraction al parts of the regular period of twentythree or twentyeight days This view of the importance of periods in human affairs reverses many medical ideas One of its results is the theory that man is r subject to diseases only when the constitunonhas not the strength to combat them These evidences of the critical days are it might be explainedcommonly mistaken for evidences of ill health since they show themselves in such forms as cold inflammation an eruption on the skin weakness of heart faintness dizziness irritability indigestion At these times the will is weakened and the subject is irresolute and depressed Men have been known at this time to expose themselves to danger with out directly attempting suicide The theory not only shows the growth of life it also shows its decline In the view of the periodic illness death is no single sudden eveMt It is the last of the critical daysNew York Sun LIFE 100000 YEARS AGO Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was in constant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brcwn of Alexander Me is largely from deadly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough U To cure Sore Lung s Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia its the hest med icine on earth 5oc and 100 Guaranteed by Chas C Davi Trial free bottle ttS ISo Jttkttf thttk tPh r Buy The Best I I BALLARDS 1 SNOW LINIMENT I Always makes a hit when S used for- RHEUMATISM SPRAINS CUTS WOUNDS BURNS I STIFF JOINTS CORNS 8 BUNIONS ETC Price 25c SOc and 10O Ii BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COiST LOUIS MISSOURI O Sold and Recommended CHAs C DAVIS An association has been formed to make Narragansett Pier good It is proposed to drive out gambling Weak ThroatWeak Lungs Cold after cold cough after cough Troubled with this takingcold habit Better break it up We have great confidence in Ayers Cherry Pectoral for this work No medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs Ask your doctor for his opinion He knows all about it His approval is valuable Follow his advice at all times No alcohol in this cough medicine 7 CAyer Co Lowell Mass Always keep a good laxative in thehouse Takeadosewhen your cold firstcomeson What is the best laxative for this Ayers Pills Ask your doctor his opinion Let him decide- tPQ c b C 3tfTAKE NOTICE Beginning Saturday 17th our flour p ingmill will start and will run every day in the week unless unavoidably ft hindered in which event the public will i receive notice f Try our Meal Flour and Shipstuff and see if in is not equal to anythingon market X Bring us your wheat we pay the highesf market price in cash or ex jvl change flour 3 If you wrnt your corn ground bring 5 it to i your JXIforder to us jn Yours very truly g- TBEATY HAMLIN Props MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS E MT VBRNON e KENTUCKY tt3 X3 Convenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent in IMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu f Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realizeon funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the ientire amount at any time With a determination to save you f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regular rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if X you will call at the bank ft THE BANK OF MT VERNON ff INCORPORATED j Q MT VERNON KZNTUCIY 3SC n J r lii1 j f HAZLK PATCH J J McJall the rich farmer is at home this Wee seeing after his wheat aud oats McCall says be is going to- months leave Hazel Patch in a few for Rockcastle J W Pruett has two orders Jar lumber The first order he hat in a month lumber trade is dull Branson Bros are moving their mill this week They have been doing a good business in lumber Ha7el Patch and Livingston had a nice ball game the score was 17 to 6 in favor of hone team Durbin pitched for Livingston Branson for Hazle Patch Frank and Leila Hunt ofMarets burg were visiting their sister Mrs Edd Hunt on the fourth Sunday school is progressing nicely with Mrs Vanhook SuptThe candi dates are as thick nee as grass hoppersGeorge Branson has been ill but is betterMrs Danul Pruitt has fever Henry Herron L N brake man is at home with rheumatism Henry just returned from Hot Springs Ark is improving nicely DONT WMT IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW irw- ould build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin taking it now Take It In a little cold milk or water SOc and 100 All Druggists THE STANDARD OF THE The Sheriff at Mobile has placed men at near beer stands to take the names of customers It is said the proceeding is under the pro hibition law It is claimed that only two Mobile saloons have closed and that the consumption of liquor is as great as ever A hurricane did much damage to property at Panama Tele graphic communication has been interrupted and it is feared that interior and coast towns have suffered considerably Announcement was made from the offic of ppSldent W H Has singer of the iuuthern Iron and Steele Company at Birmingham Ala successor to the Southern Steele Companv bankrupt that Ilsixtyfurnished for 5000 menIOASTOBJABears of thed iI M L MYERS Dentistj At Residence on Old StreetMainI MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main TtI Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed Jrodhead Marble Work S BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D 11 ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWi MT VERNON KY J OFFICE On acd floor o TheBank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 C MeCLARY I 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