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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p Published Every F Friday rT IIIitVOLUME XXIII MT VERNON liOOKCASTLE GQTOTT KY FRIDAY OCT 121909 NUMBER 4 r i DRUGSS t why don t you C vstop and think be Jt rL q- soh tope you buy that chew f that wi11rt dIna DSJttry Cuticura Buttermilk Cash nl re Bouquet Resinol Craddocks Puckers Tar and in fact all of the V r Vgood soaps that are on thes v S Tnai ket For sale at Chas Davis Leading Drugy l 89xXv v DRUGS t t ttttttJttJYtt1ttt1tttJlttttttttttttttttttttw YTXT VERNON 70H8KET CD PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL 3DIRECTORSAND eEMBALMERS = J Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes =w fLicenedEmbalmer will have charge of that line of g work for the company SrOrders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 RwPnone Proprietors UIU1UIU1U1UUUU1UIU11U1UU1UlUUUUUUUlU11U1UUUUl 111IThe Old Reliable f Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at m THE OLD RELIABLE ll Cheapest Drug Store in the county I SCDAVISSouth I w MT VERNON KY f Si= = m ant erndi i9UII SPIRO Wheat sowing is the order of th- edayMr Mat Brown of Impora Kan is visiting his many friends and relatives atthis placeLittlel Miss Lora Dillingham is very sick wlthpneutnonia H 1cKiunevI has sold his farm and will move to Pulaski countysoonMrs Hahn we are glad to say is improvinIMrs T B Dillingham Mowho has been y parents Mr and Mrs J W Dilling ham for the past few monthsstarted forK C to n her husband she was a oompanied by her brother Willie and also her cousin Miss Mary Dillingham Mrs Albert Owens is some better rThe family of A J McKinney which has been sick is reported better Henry Hen man and family of Mt Vernon have moved to the country to make their home JUDGE R G WILLIAMS CON TRIBUTES TO PIKES IICovington Ky 1909 Mr E S Albright Mt Vernon Ky Dear Edgar I hereby authorize di sect and empower you as my true any law ful agent to sign my name to the petition containing subscriptions for the construction of a pike from Mt Vernon to Bromq for the sum of which amount I gladlysubscribe to the most laudible enterprise Although away the keenest interest abideth with me for the welfare and success of all the people of dear old Rock castle My only regret is that just at this time I cannot make it much larger for the benefit sought to be accomplished by this much needed improvement richly de serves a much larger contribution But I am sure with the hearty co operation o f the merchants farmers professional and business men generally that the necessary amount will be raised Everyone should work for it talk for it speak for it and subscribe something however small to it Build the pike by all means and the committee in charge of the funds shuld not rest a minute until the amount is promised Very truly yours R G WILLIAMS The City bank and Trust Company of Nashville closed its doors r Saturday morning for the purpose of liquidation Sescac DKX 3e YOUR CREDIT GOOD i I Hyouw ntfurpiureor any thing for your home in the way of house furnish ing and you havent the money topalrfi v all cash bring what you have to s reil and your credit is good for the rest By W this means you will soon have your home nicely furnished it all paid for and you will never miss what youhave paid No matter what you want about the house it will be money to you to see us It before you buy lit l S1SS ir 1ri S B McKENZliE 8c GO FISH BUILDING MT VERNON KY i m LIYINUSTO Miss Myrtle Poynter is very sick ol pneumonia feverMrs R J Lemons has Returned from Lou isville0 R Holey has resigned as wiretn n and has gone to nrak- eingSE Petningtonlias finish ed his part of the concrete walk andnow we jump on some one else Good boy SamG D Sambrook wjip purchased the Smith Kelly house and lot is bay ing a concrete sidewalk put down in front of his house Born to the wife of T M Dees on the i7th a line boyP M Dees and wife made a trip to Jackson Sunday to see William Bryant who was supposed to be dieing but a later report says he is bitterW- H Burton who Has been very sick is able to go on duty again We missed him sadly while he was sick He has always stood ready to exe cute all writs and make all arrests and we will say there was n iver an officer that tried harder to do his full duty and when he goes after a man he mostalwy lands him Well well eleven more days to the election and some one is going to get beat Just at present it is at the boiling point and is getting as hot as the noqndjiy sun in Aug ust We wish avoters would stop and consider before they cast then vote and vote for the ones that would serve us best tor with the officers rests the destiny of the town for the next four years and we should try to make wise choices We wish to compliment Judge Sam brook for the manner in which he has bandied the office in being fear less and believe did his best in dealing out justice Charley Henson and D C ihcorn are taking up logs on the Kentucky river this weekLon Chewning has accepted a job as depot agent on the C V Branch of the L NMiss Eitnnie Banks stopped here Sunday en route to Louisville to attend college JW Baker is in Louisville this wee- kbuyinggoodsP D Colyer was in town Tuesday with his sam plesMrs H L Delph is slowly improvingH C Conley tie in spector for Aaron Lord Tin Co is with us this week There is some attraction here for him Isnt that so Miss W H Bur ton was in Mt Vernon Monday on businessA little child of John Wolfe is yery sickat present We DavidIwe truly hope you will landtheJ plum He is a gentleman and has held the office before Now boys lets honor him by electing him and we never will regret it or think that we have made least mistake So roll up your sieves and lets put him back in office where he was years agoT J Pennington is having a well drilled on his new place The pay car passed through today and made several happy James Poynter will get married Thursday but we have not been able to learn the name of his intendedyetH L Delph is building a new barn on his place Mrs D C Alcorn who has been very sick for some time improves slowlyWE Graves was in Mt Vernon Monday Boston Durham of Middlesboro is with us this week Theo Graves has moved over the river into one of the Coal Companys houses Judge Bethur tin Felix Bowman and Tip Lang ford Were in town Tuesday shaking hands with the voters and telling them ot a great day coming HOY 2nd We are personally acquainted with apart of them and think a great deal of them but you see there are other pebles on the teach this time and we wold be glad to haves change So boys lets get a move on us it is just a few days to work Lets roll up our sieves and workmntil six oclock Novem ber ndr J Niceley was in our town Tuesday collecting taxWill Renner the Assessor is in town this week listing sour belongings You may talk about the oil trust and the steel trustWe have someihing that may someday be just as bad There is in this town known as the Larkin Club some thing that is tQbe dreaded The local merchant pays his town county and state tax and nota dent ifibutedpes the Larkin ptVnfTi0re issometbipRotteu in Denmark ull U is high tint that 1 something was done There are the houses of Sears ft Roebuck John M Smith and a score of others It is high time the merchants were doing something to their own interests Lets wake up and work for our 1wn interest and the finan cial Interest pf our town P H SHUTTS ON PIKES Not much doing at pike build ing at Bromo now too busy sowing wheat but will be at leasure before long to take a few days more in seeing what can be done toward raising the 2500 along the pro posed route At the start I offered the 1000 if a pike toad would be built from Mt Vernon to my residence not thinking that I 5 would be asked to do more but will put in two or three days riding j with the subscription list But it makes trie leel like I am a fool to j offer what I have if 1500 cant be raised along the six miles ot pro i posed piece of pike But the people have gotten the wrong idea about the pike being built unless i they help some Nearly every man I talk to say it is sure to be built j and some almost say they will get v it anyway so what is the use of j them paying to get it They are very badly mistaken if j they dont help the proposition will v be dropped and none will get itJ j I am willing to try a little longer and should we succeed I think the 3 roads should be built through my j farm instead of stopping at the house to compensate me for the I extra time that I am having to take in getting people interested On Saturday October the 30 at- I oclock p m I will have a good road meeting at Spiro asking everyone interested on the Freedom route or the one running south of v Maretburg to meet me there and f have your minds made up how much money or labor you will give on either route as I will take two separate subscriptions Now it is up to you people whether the road is ever built or not I invite every body interested in said road from the Pulaski line to and including the people of Mt Vernonto be with us on that day and I will take pains in pointing out the land over which the pike is to rum Every one coma as you possibly can land a good subscript ion that I cant- Trusting I will have a good crowd I am yoursitrlly 4 P H SHUTTS The death list of the recent storm in the South now numbers fortysix and the property loss is much heavier than was at first estimated Dr J Wfuller of California Pre Ra the Remedy vB J W PULLER Soientiflo Optf- clan403 North Main St Los Angeles Calf writes- I was troubled with catarrh of the head for many years It affected my sense of smell hearing and sight- I spent lots of money with doctow and the rise of local applications to re lievo me butto no purpose until my attention was called to the wonderful effects of Peruna UI must say that I met with most sur prising and eatisf actory results Peru Ha took hold of the complaint and drove It entirely out of my system Although well along toward the allotted span of mans life I am as pleased as a child over the results at feel like ayouHg man agate dI tt nn an dtal haxit- tirfeiIi I 1 EstablisheJl flfit Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much icknest starts with weak stomach andcoaaegrent paIepeoplelaekgoodfor after alla man can be no stronger than his stomach A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out diseaseproducing bacteria and cures a whole multitude of diseases Get rIll ot you f Stomach WIre and Liver Laziness by tailing a course of Dr PIerces Golden Medical Discovery iIflYou cant afford to accept any medicine of unknown cromposltios as substitute for Golden Medical Discov el which isa medicine or NOwNC having bottlewrapperDr Piercts PlMumttetlttr regulate a4 lavlgvrsto Stomgclt Liver mat Bevels TAKE NOTICE i HoultBeginning Saturday 17th our ingmill will start and will runeverYSday in the week unless unavoidably n hindered in which event the public will ffp receive notice Try our Meal Flour and Shipstuffi and see if in is not equal to anything on market We exchange flour for wheat 37 pounds good flour for 1 bushel wheat If you wrnt your corn ground bring it to us we can please you If you want the best shipstuff send your order tOllS Yours very trulyS A H HAMLIN Prop MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS MT VERNON KN1U CK- IIiEE 33833 JO 3X STUDY yTU IMPROVE YOUR APPEARANCE r Exclusive in styles are the hats at Mrs Browns Approved for women misses and children Most elaborate most superior and most attractive You have done j yourself an injustice if you have failed to get one Come in from the remotest parts of the county and view them for yourself Our Fall and Winter hats are so pretty iso wearable so satisfactory The very wearingaPParil to adorn and beautify No two alike With a tremend our variety to choose from you are doubly certain to find here just the hat that is most becoming You are more J than welcome There is no obligation to buy Come and bring your neighbor and fiiendsrMRS CLEO Wo BRQWR LEADING MILLINER I i 333 ir S3JE i Make Preparations With a Desert ahead of yon on your journeyIyou would sure save enough of your supplies to carry you across the Desert With old age ahead of you bringing sickness and loss of employment are you going to uselup all your earnings as you go along Start a bank and saving account with us we will welcome small deposits as well as large ones Come in and ee us we will appreciate your w coming Yours very truly PEOPLES BANK J gX8tey3gx x xxPd 1 T A ar = J A BIG COLLECTION OF GOODS VT r i We are offering to the people of Rockcastle county the largest and most complete line of Good from which nto make your Fall and Winter selections ever brought to Mt Vernon Our large store room is full from top to f E bottom with the best selected stock of good and which we are selling at the best price offered by any store in Mt I J ti Vernon We have the goods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete and wellselected stock we t l i invite all to visit our store examine our goods get prices and see for yourselves whether we are right or wrong It icgts nothing to look and we are only too glad to show what we have whether you buy or not tjj WQ quote a few riGesra tt lfelK r t 4 21fl UVvv r v Y 4 r iT Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two essentials as well as style are found in the Shield Brand garment built to meet every possible requirement demanded by r either weather or wearer Correct lengths full width and artful designing furnish the style A cold winter day will prove the of the Shield reliability1if Shield Brand Overcoats The top notch of style and quality Sold in seven grades rangingfrom 2000 the highest Each garment bears two shields one gives price protecelonLook It means satisfaction GUARANTEED YotonIl times All genuine garments either mens 11youthsorboysaresomarkcd jQfliJ MENS SUITS From 1000 to 18 00 I BOYS SUITS From 150 to 500 Mr VERNON SIGNAL ir FRIDAY Oct 22 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT P SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR L00 I rates made known on f laj5lication- MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION VTR fAGUE a r KytOct a r 1909 To THE VOTERS OE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY My atber D N Williams is a 5 candidate for Countv Court Clerk 1 was born and reared among you as was he For four years he served the people of Rock astle in this same capacity and served them well He has had the experience and is capable by reason of his training and his natural adaptation to that office He naturally loves and is fitted for that kind ofan office Safely and neatly did he keep the records for the people Promptly did hemake his reports assuch officer promptly did he remit that which was due the state and frequently was he cemplimented by the officials for his diligence and efficiency as County Clerk There is no politics in such an office teaches us that in tcounty affairs the highest interest of all the people is safe guarded atttention to political affiliations but by having officers of different political faith t I urge upon my friends in Rock castle irrespective ot party to rA bestir themselves in his behalf and voteYwould appreciate as much as if it were cast directly f former if tJ Thanking you all in advance for anytassisfaace andwith the best wishes tor all the people of Rock i f vS castle I am Most truly yours M C WILLIAMS HAPPY AT SEVENTY Rear Admiral Schley who has just celebrated his 70th birthday is well feels youngand is happy There is sunshine without and within he said touching his breast I am not as good of course in some respects It he went on as I was at 25 but in others perhaps I am a whole lot better It is a pleasant picture which he presents for expecting happy youth there is no more attractive thing in life than happy and con tented age The joy of the young is an instinctive thing the thought less delight in the world around which to them is made anew for them to conquer it is sheer physical pleasure in living When the old are glad and still have a zest of life it means that they have passed the tnal and tribulationI from which no one is have risen above depressing in fluences it means that they have been taught wisdom by discipline and experience and have been taught wisdom by discipline and experience and have learned to look on existence with a cheerful philosophy it means that they have found much in life besides cafe and and anxiety and that it is worth living to the eud The cheerfulness of old age ifrdemonstration of faith conscious or not in a higher wisdom a proof of sweetness of soul and of bygone years well spent To be happy atr 70 and glad to be alive is to be an inspiration and delight to the middleaged who bear the burdens and have not yetJearned that best is yet to beand that a tbj ful age is the crown of life Indianapolis Star uncrupullousbelieve that the imitation pills areas good as DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills There isnt any thing just as good as these wonder ful pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back inflammation of the bladder urinary disorders and all kidney complaints Any one can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in perfect confix dence ot results Sold by Chas C DaJvis oa XORJAleu Wgutsn llateUwsl d11tl tl t 1 OVERCOATS 9 Have you examined our line of overcoats especially our linof Rain Coats We have them from 800 to 1500 ODD PANTS r3Wie have them in endless quantities to fit all sizes from it9 W 200 to 50- 0UNDERWEAR V Mens Underwear 50c to JLadiest Underwear 50c to 125 Childrens Underwear for all ages F KRU EGER SON m J Wesley Robards who was shot by John O Pulliam editor of the Harrodsburg Herald at Har rodsburg died Saturday morning Mr Pulliam is still confined to his bed from the x and received from Mr Robards Tomaso and Grace Viviano the St Louis children who were stolen from their homes at St Louis on August 2 were returned to their rerpective fathers at Chicago Satur day The fathers ofthe youngsters are brothers and men of wealth A demurrer to the indictments against Governor Haskell and three others in the Muskogee town lot cases was filed by the defence in the Federal Court at Ardmore Okla Saturday following theaction of the court in overruling a motion by the defense to quash Attorney General Breathitt has concluded that the purchase of the Louisville and Nashville is not a violation of the law prohibiting the acquiring of a competing li je He will hold up his decision how ever until the objections of Rich mond are given another hearing Jack Johnson the negro pugiiist retained the worlds heavyweight championship Saturday by knocking out Stanley Ketchel in the twelfth round at Cplma Cal The fight was hot from start to finish arid the negro was badly punished before disposing of his lighter op ponent The receipts were over 40000 At Covington United States Judge Cochran granted the motionn fora new trial in the alleged night- rider case of W S Henderson formerly of Bracken county but now of Cincinnati against Vacbel- Jordan and others on the ground that the award of 300 damages was too small Henderson sued for damagesa5 Willie Boy the Piute Indian desperodo for whom three armed posses have been searching the San Bernardino desert in California was found dead in California was found dead Saturday on the sum wberehestand He had killed himself with the last shot in hsri and has been dead several days Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 2 y2 pounds of food Try it today Itisguaranteedtorelieve you or your money back Sqld by Chas C Dayis Pittsburg won the worlds base ball championship Saturday by over vhilming netroit by the score of 8 to o in the seventh and decisive game of one of the hardest worlds series ever fought This- was the third successive time Detroit has been defeated in the- worlds championship series and consequently the third straight victory for the National League the Chicago Nationals having won the title in 1907 and 1908 To Charles Adams a former Louis ville pitcher belongs the major portion of the credit for winuing the series Two long established precedents were broken Saturday when Presidents Taft and Diaz met at El Paso Tex and Juarez Mexico For the first time in the nistory of setIfoot upon the territory of another nation and for the first time the auler of another nation set foot on the soil of the United States The meeting was marked by the exchange of expressions of mutual regard and both executives spoke of the occasion as being typical of the bonds uniting the sister republics The one incident mar ring the day was the killing of one schoolboy by another in a fight resulting from their efforts to approach nearer President Taftj Send Them Mtineygrams TITlAn ad in this paperfor any business whatever is a moneygrani to the buy ing public from you They appreciate your belief Jn their financial standing They buy your goods A moneygram never was marledcollect The currency pours into your cash box of its own freewill If your bargains are advertised big your sales are big People appreciate big strong forceful trade announcements Such ads inspire commercial confidence lET WISE ADVERTISING TIME IS TODAY OeJlliIHalMlWlU ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce GEORGE FERGUSON for Marshall of the town of Mt Vernon subject to the people CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 7ISiCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the fresest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flower on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for funeral purposes- In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hands at reas onable prices- CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES Eu HU1lIl itll PROP Stanford Ky rHITS VermifugeI THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Tilt BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO Speaking oftheI DivorceEvil Trying to succeed in business without advertising is like the case of the man who trying to cut expenses divorced his wife and alone attempted to keep house and raise his children It cost him more money for doctor bills arid funeral ex penses in a year than he gave his wife in a lifetime When advertising is divorced business suc cess becomes failure This paper is building your neighbors business He has reasons He tried advertising tand it helped him It is not an experiment this paper brings results Good hard convincing resultsAllarI oaprilbjWIdal3I fV SHOES We carry the Hamilton Brown and Walk Over suoes and there are none better made as every one knows and will testify who has ever worn them illFOR MEN 350 to 500 FOR LADIES 200 to 35- 0NOTIONS If it is notions you want we have them and our price is right If you dont see what you call for itt we will supply your wants t PIKE SUBSCRIPTIONS R G Williams 5000 Dr E J Brown 500 Reported last week T B Chandler cash 50 labor 5o W J Sparks cash 210- A H Hamlin 150 labor 125 F Krueger Son cash 200 Jonas McKenzie 100 Will make his subscription 200 if necessaryP cash 500 labor 500 DBChandler h 100 JOScoggin 100 G W Marlercc 100 tlooH C Blanton 100 J H McKinneyII 100 John Scott 100 F L Thompson 50 oo C C Williams 100 00 Wm Pointer 100 oo railing Hair Ayers Hair Vigor promptly destroys the germs that cause falling hair It nourishes the hair stopsfalling W B Dillingham zoo oo PDr A G Lovell 50 00 Chas C Davis 50 oo A B Furnish 50 00 Robert Cox 50 00 W L Richards 50 00 J W Brown 50 00 E S Albright 50 00 W A Cox 25 00 J J McCall So 00 Mrs Cleo Brown 25 00 S C Chandler 5o oo John Craig 25 00 VS W Davis crushed stone zoo oo Use Golden ointment for Burns Scalds Sores itch blood poison Scaldhead and all skindiseases Sold by C C Davis Mt Vernon Ky and Livingston Drug Co Kyi Ayers Hair Vigor Dandruff just as promptly destroys the Iscalpdeangerms that cause dandruff It removes every Does not dolor the HairWe wish you to pc lively and distinctly understand that Ayers Hair Vigor does not aiiect the color of the hair even to the slightest degree Persons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate blond hair may use it freely without having the hair made a shade darker Ingredients Sulphur Glycerin Quinin Sodium Chlorid PerfumeIof it 3q3K 3 3q3C I GRANVILLE OWENS- IUNDERTAKJ f I Brad head Ky I COMPLETE LINEL Coffins Caskets and Robes X v All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly i Filled Q y The above picture represents a Hypermetropic eve called far jghtedThe left cut shoves the light thrown back of the retna giving- imperfectvision The right cut shows the eye properly fitted with glass and light focusing upon the retna giving perfect vision I fit all kinds of eyes Also do all kinds of watch work and repairtwork First CaUIsad see me Se FRANKfvISf f iwFe s 7a MT VERNON SINAL MT VERNON KY Oct 2 2 1909 i 79 Call up No 79 when you want to Communicate with SIGNAL lei a LoumviLLc RCor TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a m 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss Kate Moore is in Louisville John Payne and family have moved to Jellico Robt and E B Cox are in the city buying good H H McClure of Pongo was in Louisville Mondav Mrs L R Hughes is spending the week with homefolks here J Mrs D B Southard visited t relatives in Brodhead last week Miss Lettie Coldwell of London is the gnest of Mrs Chas C Davis WaTa Davis little daughter Leila has been very sick this week Mrs J E Pike of Livingston was visiting friends here this week Mrs S D Lewis is with home i folks at Chattanooga for a few p weeksMrs Richard Branaman was over from Wildie shopping Wed 1 nesday H L Smith and Jack Laswell represented Dudley Lodge at the Grand Lodge Mrs G M Ballard is spending the week with her mother Mrs Cook at Cove Shirley Tate and Will Omara made a flying trip to Brodhead Tuesday night Miss Willie Benton spent a portion of tbe week the guest of Miss Risse Williams Dr and Mrs D B Southard and Dr and Mrs G B Lawrence are in Louisville this week Mrs W J Childress spent Mon day until Wednesday with her sister Mrs E B Cox Mr JoeSurber of Junction City is spending a few days with his sister Mrs S C Davis Emmett Hansel and wife of Lebanon Junction are with Mr Hansels father on Richmond St Mrs Faanie Adams Miss Mat Williams and Little Tevis Be thurum are visiting in Louisville Sam Pennington was up from IIIILuILivingston Wednesday and while a new buggy from HughMat Cummins says he will leave the Wabd section and move down on Renfro creek sometime in the near future Mr and Mrs J H Reynolds of Langford will leave tonight for Scott county Virginia to visit their daughter John Mullins passed through Sunday from his home at Level Green to Mullins Station where he is L N agent Mr and Mrs Anderson Burdett of the Hiatt Section spent Sunday rs with Mr and Mrs John Ramsey on Newcomb avenue G M Sigmon Tom Mink and J C Rymel all prosperous farmers of the Wildie section were here on business during the week Mrs Isaac Snodgrass and sons Herman and Robert are here from Colorado on a visit They were with Mr and Mrs Chas C Davis this week Atty J W Brown Grand Senior Decon T A Landrum S C Franklin and A B Furnish attended the r Grand Modge which met in Louisville this week Louana Whitehead was in with her brother Satur Sunday She was ac home Sunday by Mrs Whitehead Clontz a son of Brother was here this week on his West Virginia where he splendid job handling a in the mines are glad to see Wm Bullock tMissfir merchant who has confined to his room for five weeks with fever able to to business again J JoJ1 LOUiSVilleIA week LOCAL We sell for cash and sell it for less J Fish Rain coats for men and young men for 1000 upto i5oo W Parsons is erecting a frame cottage on his lot on West Main street Dr Walker Owens has opened a lumber yard on Neal Parretts lot on West Main street We have the biggest line of good clothes and shoes in town and can fit you Try us J FISH The depot building at this place that is having a nice new addition made to it was erected 42 years ago Work on the new depot is being pushed along fast and when done Mt Vernon will have the best Railway station between Louisville and London The newspaper man is unfortunate in that he is the only person in town who ever makes a mistake Others do the right thing all the time the poor editor never does anything right Judge R G Williams has a free track forCommonwEalths Attorney his millionaire appohent having sent in his resignation just in time to keep his name off the ballot The many friends of Judge Williams in this county will be glad to hear of his easy victory Dr M L Myeri dentist of this place is the inventor ofa very valuable improvement in dentistry in the way of removal bridge It is something entirely new in the profession and is now being extensively used throughout the country The inven tor declined to secure a patent but donated the invention to the use of the profess ion The device was exhibited at the last meeting of State Dental Association at Louisville and was endorsed as a valuable contribution to the advancement of the steps in dentistry J P E Drummond dispatcher at Livingston was a pleasant and welcome visitor to our town Wednesday Pete as he is familiarly called is one of the most proficient men in the service of the L N and one of the most per fect gentlemen He has the agency for all the leading magazines and periodicals published and his leisure hours are spent getting subscription which numbered several hundred last year and he hopes to double the number this year If you want a good maga zine write or see Pete he can save you money The railroad company is making some very decided improvements in Mt Vernon and will more than likely make others by giving us a nice park where the old section house now stands Many requests have been made of the company to do this by individuals and also by the Board of Trustees It is right that the railroad company should do this for the town but on the other hand before we ask too much of the railroad company our town board should look after and correct some of the things which are and have been no little annoyance to the company It is not right fot the company to have to keep a man after every rain cleaning the crossings ofwhathaswashed off the streets Give the railroad company the protection they are entitled to have and then there will be more of an incentive on their part to grant the requests of the town Mr D N Williams the recent entry in the fight tor County Court Clerk is making a stirring house to house campaign and having lost none of his tact as a campaigner and vote getter is making lively the closing days of the campaign Mr Williams says he feels sure that ff all the democrats will turn out election day with the su port insured him by the independent republicans victory will crown his efforts Mr Williams oy nature and practice is adapted to office work and as a clerk the county has never had a better one than he proved himself to be during his incumbency years ago He is a splendid scribe and fully understands every part of the business Havingiit will be impossible to canvass the whole county but he expects to go day and night and cover as much as possible against election day ow fI T Jo1f n r 7 1 rl 1 7 aiiZ r t 4 STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER We Are Here With The Goods Arrow Brand collars 2 for 25C at FishsIFOR SALE Good horse Willis oil cheap j Fish Marion Hamlin is building al new residence on Richmond street and will move to it Dont these cold frosty mornings remind you that its timeto see J Fish about your winter underwear and union suits vVi ari very anx li to se concrete sidewalks running north from depot on Richmond street and west from depoton Main stree- tWANTEDI want all the pro duce I can get and will pay the highest market trice and will pay cash T M DEES Oct 23tt Livingston Ky Mrs Rebecca Mink aged go died at the home of her son Mr Thomas Mink of the Brindle Ridge second after an illness of several weeks of old age Her remains were laid to rest in Maret grave yard The cows are off the streets and we art glad to say the sidewalks are a great deal cleaner Marshall Furgerson is doing his duty keeping them out of the way Ye editors Old Roan was unfortunate a few nights ago and got out of the lot and into the stray pen but ye editor Just dug up the change and took Old Roan home next morning We hope we will never have cows running at large on our streets anymore NOTICE As we are not always heard by our long and loud speak ing I desire to state briefly that I have just returned from the city with a complete line of millinery and cordially invite all to call and inspect my line before making your purchase Respectfully MRS MATILDA POTTS Oct 82t Brodhead Ky TOWN LOTS FOR SALEI desire to sell my residence in Mt Vernon which consists of one half acre ground and a good eight room residence with all the necessary outbuildings Also a house and lot in Livingston known as the Coffey property a good five room cottage in good repair For terms address J P LEICHLEITER Sept 24 tf Mt Vernon Ky Dont put off buying your PALL CLOTHING s SHOES and UNDERWEAR until it gets a little colder It may snow to night You know what that means Now remember it is better to buy early and be prepared than to buy late and buy something you dont want WE CAN SHOW YOU TODAY The Finest Cotes in America SELLING AT 10 15 and 20 COME IN TODAY OR TOMORROW AND SEE MT VERNONS LEADING OLOTHIER ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE PHONE 77 Abe Thompson sold his farm about two miles south ot Mt Vernon to Jack Adams Price 800 oo W M Multins has purchased a lot on Jones street and will begin at once the erection of a nice six room cottage W M smallRlocal a few weeks since advertising his dyeing pressing and cleaning and he says the returns have convinced him that it pays to advertiseMiss Nancy Longnecker will give a musicale at her home in W 12thst on next Thursday evening in honor of Miss Susie Thompson of Kentucky Miss Clara Kennedy entertained Friday evening at the home of her sister Mrs Sam Hooker for her guest Miss Susie Thompson of Kentucky The evening was spent at a new game called travels at which favprs were presented to Miss McGill Mr Reed and Miss Thompson Luncheon was served at the close of the evening to the following guests Misses Thompson Irma OwensIFish Nancy Longnecker Messrs Veazey Richardson Offutt Reed Monroe Pope Tomerlin and Ken dall Oklahoma City News BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Brown Memorial Schoolwill reopen next Monday Oct 25th It seems reasonably certain that the epidemic is over no new cases of scarlet fever having been reported for two weeks There have been varying reports concerning scarlet fever at Langdon Dormitory There has been but one case Miss Cora Cope of Livingston and she under the efficient care of Mrs Kitty Smith has made excellent recovery but is still in quarantine As three weeks have passed it is not likely there will be any other precautionsI Miss Helen Keys who has been visiting her home in Cincinnati while Brown Memorial School hes been closed is expected tonight ready to begin work oh Monday Swell line of neckwear at J Fishs for 25cts and 5octs To THE DEMOCRATS OF ROCK CASTLE IN CONVENTION AS SEMBLED We accept the nomina tion for County Judge and Jailer and promise if elected to said offices to discharge the duties of the same to the best of our abilities looking to the best interests of the county and the great common people T J HAYS W A COFFEY To THE DEMOCRATS OF ROCK CASNLE COUNTY Gentlemen The election is near at hand The time grows shorter and shorter yet a great deal may be done in a short time if proper energy is shown The independent vote is with us this year and is giving our opponents great uneasiness Let each Of usgo to work and get out the full party vote which is larger than manyof you think As many Democrats have become discour aged and have quit going to the elections stop mud slinging and put in some old fashioned sledge hammer licks and you will be sur prised when the vote is counted The Independents agreed to stand by us if we would put out a ticket aud nobly are they doing it It takes money to run a campaign therefore if anyone wants to help us send it to A B Furnish Treas or to J W Brown Campaign Chairman and it will be spent to the best advantage GEO C FISH Chin Dem Co Com Why W Are Stronger The old Greeks and Romans were great admirers of health and strength their pictures and statuary made the muscles of the men stand out like a matter of fact we have ath letes and strong menmen fed on fine strength making food such as Quaker Oatsthat would win in any contest with the old Boman or Greek championsIts of food The finest food for making strength of bone muscle and nerve is fine oatmeal Quaker Vats is the heat because it is pure no husks or stems or black specks Farm ers wives are finding that by feeding the farm hands plentifully on Quaker Oats they get the best results in work and economy If you are convenient to the store buy the regular size pack ages If not near the store buy the large wigs family package I MARFTBURG The farmers are gathering corn digging potatoes and sowing wheat All report successful cropsThe- dry weather has made water a scarcetyMrs Annie Hendricson has a lot of millinery at the dwell ing of George Owens JrA lot of young people attended church at Rose Hill The series of sermons conducted bv Bro CombsJ J McCall is at home having wheat sowedMiss Grace McCall is visiting Miss Louana Whitehead at Mt Vernon Mr Tom Moore and family of Livingston spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here Little Gut Chandler has recovered from an almost serious case ofPneumonia Misses Jalia Reynolds pnd Alice McCall spent from Friday until Sunday at homeMr Edd Houston of Hazel Patch is building on lot recently purchased from his motherinlaw Mrs Hunt and will move his family as soon as the building is CompletedMisses Judieth McCall and Rae Hunt are at home on account x f scarlet fever in dormitory at Brown Memorial CasupCa Xolean tho Been signature of dJ JRheumatic Pains relieved by se M Or Miles AntiPalm Plus S5uu X aa I ARBRANDStOE3AREBtTi It OVERSHOES RUBBERS FELTBOOTSII SHOE Z lJ AREBTIER HIATT Rev P Phelps is holding a pro tracted meeting at Hickory Grove mMrs Green Fish who has been sick for some few days is much betterMiss Lena Taylor who has beeu visiting Miss Delora Boyd has returned to her home at Wil liamsburg Rev B Bryant preach ed at Oak Hill last Saturday and SundayMost all the farmers are plowing for wheat and making sorgum molassesxEdd Langford has been visitig friends at this placeMrs C Adams of Illinois is visiting Mr Henry Soard on Brindle Ridge Mr A C Hiatt is attending court at Stanford Mrs Richard Early has beer sick for some timeTalk about vour wild meat piled upon J- Liilthe dish Harry Jones has been having it tor the last few days Hickory Grove church has new seats bell stove pipes etc That is the way to prepare all church houses so the people will go and be comfortable in every way while there And also have good roads so the people can go there without killing their horses and tareing up their buggies 0 4L S T1 0XV X J BdZPMWA t Royal Baking Powder is the L greatest of time and labor j savers to thepastry cook p Economizes flour butter l and eggs and makes the assfood estibleandhealthfulOP4L larnMowDLw VMakes most healthful food phosphatesfThe only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 6tit That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease And to Relieve the tame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that At allfor the lame and aching back is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a cqndition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching baok are not by any means the symptoms of derangement of onlyI kidneys and bladder There multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous epndition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weari ness nervous irritability heart irregularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sediment in the urine inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of these organs These Pills operate directly and promptlyand their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kid neys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy conditioneven in come of the most advanced cases want trial Sold by CHAS C DAVIS N = fr UIHDSBTAKEB Ju Coffinsfurnished sent CounfTUu IAll orders wIcox by Wire Promptly FilledIt Phone 94S MT VERNON KY sjqjpMv 3CD Convenience of the Savings Account tr keep their money here as a permanent Ift Ivestment because the risk loaning to individuals is inied As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable to realize on funds that idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a or the entire amount at any time With a to save you I fare always welcome here Why lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularyou call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON ffj INCORPORATED VERNON KENTUCKY ACRIMINAL PARDONED After serving years in the penitentiary for stealing some milk and butter from a spring house Sam Hawkins walked out of the a free man the Governor having granted him a full and free pardon The Governor believed that Hawkins hadserved long enough for so trivial an offense even though he was con victed under the habitual criminal act When it was shown to the Governor that Hawkins who is from Boyle county had been con victed and given a life sentenced 1for stealing only some milk and butter the Governor decided that the punishment was too severe so he is giyiug Hawkins another chance Hawkins is a good hand on a farm and is especially famous as a hemp breaker He has a mania for stealing chickens and when the Legislature passed an act making chicken stealing a felony Hawkins was in bad decidedly He could not break himself of the habit of taking other mens chickens so he made two trips to the After his release serving his second sentence he was at work on the farm of C P Cecil He quit work one afternoon and on the way home passed a spring house with a lock on the door Hawkins broke the lock and took some milk and butter from the springhouse He was convicted under the habitual criminal act and sentenced to prison for life Gov Wilson todaj was put in the unique position of offering a reward for arrest of a man to whom he had only issued a pardon He offered a reward of 200 for thearrest of Paris Shotwell who wanted in Whitley county for the miirder of a depury sheriff ShotS a life sentence in relL be penitentiary when he was JjJoned by the Governor Tbis1 rasioplyaf weeks ago 3hot home and tna trshort time had killed anotner man Jlpkfort News 4 iij E DeWitt Co Chicago every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to at once write them and a box of these Pills will be sent free by return mail postpaid Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled II Handmade Hearse to all of the I Mauy persons of I ramounts means are part determination 1 not 1 will t j MT seven penitentiary I penitentiary after the Is wasservipg w a C POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tres passing on our premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty Ho Coffey J J Smith CoiMONEY COMES IN BUNCHES 1to A A Chisholm of Treadwell Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time torpidliverand general debility he writes appetiteIgrew every dayin spite ofall medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves SQC at Chas C Davis rc The Pulaski county Ark grand jur Monday returned an indict ment against W Y Ellis charg ing him with murder in the first degree for killing N P Willis of Ineiariapolis Ind in the Circuit Court room in Little Rock several months ago Most women are ubledwithKidney complaint and you know very many serious and even fatal neglectedIas directedyou may be confident of good results Try them and see how really good thev are Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you Be stire you get DeWitts Sold by C Davis- WANTEDSUCCesS Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or woman in Ml Vernon to collect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Any one can start among friends ario acquaintankes and buildup a paying and permanent business withQut capital Complete outfit nd instru ctions free Address RoomIIQ3SNew York City Nt YI l t r INMEMORYIOF VIRA Nov 24 1878 DIED OCT 1219091 On the evening of Ot 12thJ Mrs Vira C Anderkin nee DeBord passed from this world to the great beyond at her home near Levell Green Thus came to a c1o e life of a much admired and beloved woman She was converted and joined the Baptist church at thei age cf 21 and was a member of that church until God called her to her home beyond the skies She began teaching school at the age of 18 and had taught in the public schools most every fall since She bestIterm of school Dec 24 1908 and Ion that same day was un ledlnI bonds of matrimony to Mr Fayette Anderkin a mnn with gentle and refined manners and one who was as kind and affection ate husband as Vira was a wife Their union was a happy one and on the 24 of Sept a sweet little girl Cartelle came to bless their home and complete their happiness but God in his wisdom saw best to take this young and affectionate wife and mother from this world of sin and sorrow Her suffering in her list days was borne patiently without a murmur and the sweet smile that plaved over her face ust as the death angel folded her in 1m rIDS showed that all was well with her A dear mg husband and sweet lutlt Laue an aged mother and two sisters with many other dear relatives and a host of friends are left to mourn our loss but we know our loss is her gain for she is now safe in the arms of Jesus waiting for her loved ones Her body was laid to rest at Old Ml Pleasant Dearest sister thou has left us And thy loss we deeply feel But tis God that has bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Though awhile from us you are severd Called from earthly hopes and fears To enjoy the bliss of heaven Where they wipe away all tears Yet again we h pe to meet thee When the day of life has fled When in heaven with joy to greet hee Where no farewell tears are shed Alice DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear Ther is only one way to cure deafness and that is bconsttutisnal remedies Deafness is caused by an iuflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed foreVer nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfacesWe give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Daaf ness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENNY Co- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation For saleor trade for yonng stock one 25 h p boiler and 20 hp engine one gristmill 20 inch French burrow one O SKelley corn crusher no 4 bells line shafts and pulleys one spoke rig with two boltingsaws This machinery isall in good running order and can be tested at any time R L McFERRON Mt Vernon Ky FRIGHTFUL FATE AVERTED I would have been a cripple for life from a terriable cut on my kneecap writes Frank Disberry Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 250 at Chas C Davis J Overton Dickinson the oldest son of Secretary of War Jacob M Dickinson is dangerously ill of heart failure at his home at Belle Meade near Nashville A GOOD FARM FOR SALECall- at the B K Bethurum Farm i 54 miles west of Maretburg J F LEWIS 0A S a E Jeirgtkliii YouHaii Bmpn w7 7 The following liter from the Chief of the Bureau of Soil Surve s addressed to Hon Harvey Helm will he nt 1niterestto the citizens of Rockcastle Washington p C Oct 2 1909 Hon Harvey Helai Stanford Kentucky Sir In connection with the soil survey of Rook castle county Kentucky which you have requested should be taken up Iam pleased to be able to say that I have made arrangements for the survey of th county during the present fall a d that Mr Frank Bennett of this Bureau will proceed to Rockcastle county about the middle ofthis month to begin the work on Rockcastle county At a slightly later date he will be joined by additional fieldmen from this bureau and I hope by placing a large party in the county we shall be able to complete the soil survey of Rockcastle county before cold weather of winter requires the sus pension of field work in that latitude It is orobable that the soil survey can be completed so lar as the field work is coucerned by December i 1909 It will then take some little time to prepare the report and map by the Public Printer and secure publicatiou I have the honor to be Very truly MILTON WHITNEY THE BEDROCK OF SUCCESS bes in a keen clear brain backed ev indomitable will and resistless tnergvi Such power come from he splendid health that Dr Kings New Life 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regular services at McNews chapel will be carried op a usual on the lourth Sunday Rev James Riddle filled his appontment at Goosetown Pulaski county last ageIare corn harvest Heavy frost last week have damaged late corn to some extent but in spite of this our hot biscuit and butter for break fast is not without a goodly share of new sorgumRev James Riddle is the champion potato grower having just presented the writer with a sweet potato 485 6 inches in length Now this is not a root but a potato measuring 4 inches in circumference in its largest part Are you from Missouri If so come around and get sighted For a clear head a stout heart and a strong mind DeWitts little early risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequelled for anything where a salve is needed and is especially good for Piles Sold by Chas C Davis The football team ot the Univer sith of the South was defeated by Princeton by the score of 20 to o The Tennessee boys put up a 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