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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b FridayT1oun1 nonEstablishedVOLUME XXIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLECOTJlsTY EY FRIDAY KOV 12190NUMniR7 c DespondencyNodespair and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of illhealth and pain because of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that are distinctly feminine The tortures so bravely endured com pletely upset the nerves if long continued Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL t painIt1 end motherhood Honest medicine dealers sell it and goodItj curesIfcure them at home send 21 onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost of mailing only and he will send you a free copy of his great thousandpage illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviserrevised upto date edition in paper covers yInhandsomeclothbinding 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY WideAwake People W ATe the ones that buy the thing W- jjjl they need at the time theyneed I it So bear in mind we W SR have every thing you M- ft need in the Drug way Viz Q Drugs Medicines J5- rjj StationeryToilet Ar fl titles Perfumes Paints and al Hotor cold So ft- 3k da water t CHAS C DAVIS ff- t Leading Druggist Phone 89 4 rj- 3X383 X X fEnnnnnnnnnnnnnnntnnnnnnnnnun ntnnnnnnnt r wGil iPRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS =3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND lis- EMBALHEftS 3 Mt Vernon Ky s COUCH METALICCASKETS = Coffins and Robes E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = =Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 owAB FURNISH W H KRUCER 3 Pnone Proprietors 11111111111111111111 111111ill11111111111Jf111111111111111111111111111111 k COVE Josh Parrett has moed back in this section from LilyRevC- laus of Dallas Texas is holding a protracted meeting here and much good is looked for judging from the excellent beginning Mr and Mrs W A Falin and daughter Winnie were in Mt Vernon last Saturday Winnie will eriter Brown Memorial in January Joues Proctor was in Mt Vernon Saturday nVbesc ot the farmers in this part are gathering big crops ot Isish p Mtatoes This is a good sign of plenty Caters to winter on Virgie Riddle is able to be in school again after an illness of three weeks Dock Langford is buying calves this weekOnlyf- ire weeks of sChool 31ett after Fiday Time certainly flyes The attendance has foil len offsome since the change in the weather STATE OF OHIO ITY OF ss TOLEDO LUCAS c OUNTV j Frank J Cheney iri es oath that be senior partner of the firm Frank J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo count y and state aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum oj OWE HUNDRED DoLLARS for each andevery case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the useClf HaWs Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day ot December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and actsdirectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENNY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TOWN LOTS FOR SALEI desire to sellmy residence ia Mt Vernon which consists of one half acre ground aud 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 gocd repair For terms address J P LEICHLEITER Sept 24tk Mt Vernon Ky If you have noticed symptoms of kidney trouble do not delay in taking the most reliable and depend able remedy possible such as De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills These wonderful pills are being used with great satisfaction by thousands of people Try De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pill today Sold by Chas C Davis 3ceseae8ae X xgaeSbocg ti THE PLACE TO BUY J The place to buy any articlet is from the deal er who make a specialty ofthe article you want You buy shoes from the shoe man clothing from the clothing dealer and your dry goods from the dry goods merchant and when you want- 3 V FURNITURE the place to buy is from the Furniture dealer We are constantly adding to pur line the very things you need and want When you somethingfor the home and dont know exactly what you want or whento getit come and tell us your wants we will get it for you and sell it to you right ft H J ii S B McKENZIE CO FISH BUILDING MT VERNON KY t 1r I r c t LIY1NGSTOJS James Paynter will move to Bow mans mill ina few dass Born to the wife of Ti J Pennington a fine 12pound boy on the 6th aad child doing well MotherII gie M cClary of Brodhead Sunday with Misses Pennington ntI J H Owems who has fever is getting along nicely Mrs Martha Spitrosvisiting fn Livingston Saturday Miss Mamie Henson still improves and we hope will in a few days be upJames Burton son of our marshal who had a very critical operation performed is doing splen- didlyCasper Adams ol Missouri is with home folks for a few days S J Kinley has moved his family wifeia on 9h Oue nor Democrat The fiscal Z court has met and divided the dough among the many out in this locality thre is a great dissatisfaction among thosethat had claims passed oijt Now we dont want to raise a rough house but we believe when a doctor is order ed by the prope authorities to vis it a patient he shouldieceiveJust the same as on any other account Some may say the have tackled too large a subject We know we are small potatoes and few in a hill but when our tots are mashedwe will squeal Wilson Phillips and Jim Curry of London were down to see two of Livingstons fair daughters and while here made a trip to the minesWalter Hall of Ida May is visiting his father J D H IJof this placeAfter clerk ing in a store for two solid years your correspondent will take a much needed rest and will make a visit to old Level GreeD andview the scenes of many bO1ooddays But many of those who knew us best are gone some to other climes and some have crossed over the great divide so we look to find bnly a few of the thirtyfive teachers who were once enrolled in that school We also intend to visit the tomb of that noted instructor J N Brown who was such a friend to education H M Mink the mill man has purchased another mill and lot of timber in Jackson county and has moved his family there Bert Kellev IS very sick o- fteumontaWp M Hicks the man who has bought and sold so outsa are band of Holy Rollers will come here to hold a series of meetings Let them come and if they preach the Bible we are with theme and if not their absence will be a pleasure Livingston has always thrown wide its doors to all Christians but we want the Bible in its purity We will hear any denomination creed or sect that wish tocome but if it is not according to the book of books they are in the wrong pew Mr and Mrs Clyde White of r Missouri are with Mr and Mrs JeromeA dams Bowman Cockerel have loaded out and sold 13 cars of lumber in the past week There is a splendid meeting being carried on at Caloway They are i known as the Holy Rollers This is something new to us but we hope they are followers of Christ and notafakeCQra Sig man of Brodhead is the guest of Misses Rosa and Essie Pike Well Mr New Board of Trustees there is lots Jo be done in our town f and there IS not a better time to tell you than thtf present In the first place wev1 want inew jail the old oneshouldbeorndown and we need one tHat woqletbfc credit to the town We have the money r and lets use it to the best al vant ii ii i age Lets build a new Jailand r net s repair jour sidewalks and work our streets Lets get out of theruts and do something that after we Have passed off of the stage of action out works will still exist and men will inn afteryears rise up t and bless us for what wehave done Ife Jsa mistake and npnesense for r us to try and fine a man here and then take Mm to Mt Vernon to workout his fine on a rock pile when vie need the work on our own Streets So the new board should weigh thistnitter and actatbnce A word to theiwise is sufficient Misses Rosa and EssiePike were visiting friends in Brpdbead Satur day and Squqly4 Bora3ts twife L of Green Parker a fine 8pound girl on the 6thW H Burton was in Mt Vernon Mondy Charley Hanson is all smiles now Someone is here from Brodhead George Gentryof Mt Vernon was visit T Pennin ton and andlMrsthis writingA H Hamlin who fingCo was here Tuesday and informed us that they will sell out the stock here and not move itThen- ew town board have declared that they intend to put things to mov ing They will move the jail and repair it They say they will leave no stones unturned This is some willttle while have a town that would be a credit to its citizenship A H Hamlin informes us that he will start a feed ctore here in the near future ALlittle girl of Mrs Annie Tankersly is very sick at this writ tngDr R G Webb reports Jno Milburn who had his leg broken rapidly improving BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Brown Memorial Schooi re opened October 24 tho after an interruption of three weeks caused bv scarlet fever Nearly all the old pupils have returned and there are a number of new faces making an enrollment of 128 The fiist month of school was completeu October 29th and the report cards have been given out Those hold ing first places in the different grades are as follows 8th grade Bertha Litton nth ClaudeGriffin 6th Patty Perkins 5th Ida Ham lin 4th Ruth Landrum 3rd Myrtle Satnlffii2nd McKinley Purciful 1St equal grades made by John Albright and Raymond Myers Julia Landrum heads the beginners class In the High School Clyde Watson leads the 3rd year class Mattie Baker the 2nd and Ethel Davis ist The Athletic Association has recently adopted a constitution and received a number of new members There is keen interest shown in baskat ball as was made evident whan one younth presented himself at the school building at 730 a m and requested to be allowed to play with the ball There are two courts in the schocl yard and we will soon have another on the dormitory grounds If the weather is favorable there will be a match game Thanksgiving day The boys and girls of the gram mar grades and high school have organized separate Titerary societies The girls meet each Friday after noon in the dormitory parlor which has been arranged as an assembly room and the boys hold their meeting in the school auditorium Their program for last Friday was as follows Reading Rob McKenzie Oration Robt Harry Miller Music Glee Club Recitation Grant Mullins Essay Jesse Fish Debate Resolve that electricity is greater than steam Affirmative Negative Floyd Miller Scott Miller Victor Price Mendel Mullins Judges decided in favor of theb negativeThe School pupils enjoyed a trip to Sand cave a week ago Saturday The day was perfect for the drive and they returned by moon light Last Saturday the girls of the dormitory and a part of the fac thy trove to Buckeye where they had a picnic dinner In spite of the fact that a wheel came off the trip Was very enjoyable After eating dinner they drove to Sand cave where Jesse Fish was kind enough tp act as their guide ra the cave Mr and MrS Falin were in Mt Vernon Saturday to arrange to enter their daughter in Brown Memorial school She will llveins the dormitory after Christm Ethel Brown of Maretburg has entered school and is living with her sister Mrs Cummins The Glee Club is meeting once a week U the dormitory and hope soon to have a large etofI swags OB their list i rr pr Catarrh of the Stomach a PrevalentDisease Difficult to Relieve A PROMPT AND EFFICIENT REMEDY Mr S W Jackson 315 Weaver Block Greenville Ohio says While I was superintendent of construction of J P Bender and Bros Co of Hamilton Ohio I became entirely unfit for busi ness with catarrh of the stomach A friend called my attention to a remedy for this condition I began to improve at once I was soon ablo to re turn to my former profession It would require many pages to do scribe the condition I was in and the re lief I harp obtained Here is another oase Officer George Y Stout 72i North Broadway Balti more Md says I suffered very much with catarrh of the stomach and ner vous indigestion I lost fifty pounds in monthsA called my attention to a remedy which I used and gradually got well I hays gained half my lost weight backagaln- Chronic Stomach Trouble Mr Robert J Gillespie 636 South Main St Los Angeles Cal secretary of Lathers International Union was also suffering from eatarrh of the stomach a long time He grew thinner and paler lost all ambition and appetite Sick at the stomach indigestion con tinually A friend also called his attention to a remedy which brought about a decided improvement After continuing the use of the remedy for a month ho considers himself permanently relieved Now once more Mr Christian Hof man Slatington Pa says he suffered for many years with catarrh of the stomach It produced a miserable cough day and night Ho tried doctors and many remedies At last his atten tion was tailed to a remedy the same remedy that relieved the others which have been referred to above He claims that he was entirely rid of his stomach difficulty Perum Brought Back Health What was the remedy that has wroughtthls remarkable relief So far the remedy has not been mentioned If any one doubts the correctness of these statementsit is very easy to ver ify them by writing to the people whose names have been given enclosing a tamp for reply The remedy is within the reach of everyone It is simply the good old standard reliable remedy known as Poruna If the truth were known the proba bilities are that Pernna has relieved as many cases of catarrh of the stomach as any other popular remedy in exis tence We have a greatmany unsolic ited testimonials from all parts of the United States declaring in strong and enthusiastic terms that Peruna has en tirely relieved them of catarrh of the stomach that thoywere wretched and miserable beyond words but Peruna has restored them to health vigor and happiness These are the facts Now if you have stomach difficulty it is up to you to act upon them or ignore them as you please Symptoms of Stomach Catarrh The affection may result from errors in diet or the use of alcohol The ex cessive use of tobacco especially when the juice or the leaves are swallowed is lHighlyfoods sometimes induce the d use As chronic gastritis catarr of the stomach is essentially a secondary affection one of the primary causes ia an unhealthy state of the month nose or throat such as bad teeth or catarrh of the nose ozena The patients are usually po rly nourished pale sallow thin fatigue easily induced muscles flabby Loss of appetite or capricious appetite The tongue is usually coated brown ish gray Cankered mouth is a com mon occurrence Pain is not common When present J it is usually dull and is aggravated by food especially when this is of an itriitang character Vomiting may occur in the morning Also after meals Sickness to the stom ach frequent and persistent 1 Food produces dull headache and a feeling of general nervous distress Constipation usually quite marked These symptoms ivnby Gould and Pyle coincide exactly with the frequent descriptions Dr Hartman is receiving from patients all over the United States If you have any of these symptoms get a bottle of Peruna Take a dose be fore each meal See if your stomach does not immediately feel better your appetite improve your digestion at once resume business People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Peruna tablets STUDY i rTO IMPROVE YOUR APPEARANCE Exclusive in styles are the hats at Mrs Browns Approved for women misses and children Most elab orate most superior and most attractive You have done 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 so wearable so satisfactory The very wearing apparel to adorn and beautify No two alike With a tremend our variety to choose from you are doubly certain to find ihere just the hat that is most becoming You are more than welcome There isno obligation to buy Come and bring your neighbor and friends MRS CLEO W BROWN LEADING MILLINER r L3cy lI3C3C3 Make Preparations With a Desert ahead of you on your journey i you would sure save enough of your supplies I to carry you across the Desert With old age ahead of you bringing sickness J and loss employment are you going to use l up all your earnings as you go along i Start a bank and saving account with us we will welcome small deposits as wellas j f ones coming Come in and = ee us we will appreciate largeI Yours very truly r PEOPLES BANK 3 jL ipdj tija jf = o iA BIG COLLECTILOM OF i1JUL15k fIf 4 We are offering to the people Rockcasle county the largstandmost complete line of Goods from which m f jto make your Fall and Winter selections ever brought to Mt Vernon Our large store room is fall from top to ivfcottoniv with the best selected stock of good andwhich we are selling at the best price offered by any store in Mt I VernonTe have the goods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete and wellselected stock we tipvite all to visit our store examine our goods get prices Ddseetr yourselves whether we are right orwrongIf costs nothing to look and we are only too glad to show what we have whether you buy or not J Ilfy y tli We quote a few prices vv h 9 v v A i T t lIf Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two Ajessentials as well as style are found in the Shield Brand wygarment built to meet every possible requirement demanded by j xeither weather or wearer Correct lengths full width and artful designing furnish the style A cold It l winter day will prove the reliability of the Shield Overcoat Shield Brand Overcoats The top notch of style and quality Sold in seven grades rangingfrom V 2000 the highest Each garment bears two shields one gives price proteceionLook It means satisfaction q If GUARANTEED This is the label that is sewed to inside of the coat collar Itall times All genuine Shield garments either mms iyouthsorboysarosomarked it ilk l1 MENS SUITS From 1000 to 1800 I I BOYS SUIS From 150 to 500 r MT VERNON SIGNAL 4v FRIDAY Nov 12 1909 Published every Friday by f EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION TRIG l rN UEawt GOOD ROAD AMENDMENT The vote on the good roads amendment to the Constitution is a disapointment to those who are in terested in the betterment of Ken tuckys highways A wuefulack of interest has been shown in many localities of which better k things have been expected There seems to be a bare chance that the amendment has been adopted but if such proves tov be the case it will bs by a close margin The small vote on the s rproposition in many counties and the adverse majorities in others are due to popular indifferen esadtotbe widespread fear of titikering with the Constitution Kentucky has 0 a large number cf voters who vote on general principles against any sort of a proposition to amend the Constitution A still larger num ber decline to vote at all It is these two elements of the elector ate which makes it so difficult to adopt even so meritorious ard desirable a measure as the Wyatt Bosworth amendment Some of the wealthiest most popular and most progressive counties of We State have voted overwhelmingly against the amend ment Some other counties of which not so much was erected have given the proposition la sur- prisingly4 gobjj Support It isetil tI dent however that the apostles of nod roadshave much to GO Tnllie v way evangelization Egensho- gldltbe amendment scrape through it f is evident that a number of count ti bPT4r ies will be slow to take advantage of its provisions Thereis a lack of interest in road improvement that is painful and discourageing to j those who have sought to point the way to better conditions The campaign of agitation organization and education must be continued until every section of Kentucky is thoroughly awakened to the importance of good roads In the meantime those counties which have recognized tLe necessity of improvement should not weary in well doing Wherever the work ofsubstantial betterment has been undertaken it should be kept up to the end that the best possible results may be secured with the means available Courier Journal In the various speeches which the President has made during his swing around the great circle he has left little doubt as to what his policy may be with reference to important political questions He has said that he intends to recommend a good many measures to therext session of Congress Not that he expects them all to be1 passed but he desires to shift the responsibility legislative should ers where it belongs If the measures do not pass the public will know where to place the blame Mr Taft was elected as probably some millions still remem ber to carry ort the policies of Theodore Roosevelt The people of the country have not forgotten what those policies are and both j tneimajonty in Congress and the President of the United States are under obligation to hake p reform ance a fact The President for long time a member of the Roose velt Cabinetcd deliberately chosen for the Roosevelt mantle ani big stick has said that he knows bet ter than any other what those policies are Since every intelli gent man in America knows them well the President must be are markably well informed man NEWS ITEM Senator Aldridge will deliver the second of a series of addresses ex plainiug the work of the Monetary Commission at St Louis Maj Gen John T Weston a native of Louisville will retire from active service iJjijthearniy 1 next Saturday TLeavacancJ asked by his Tetir merit j rfbrr ng many promotions in the tranc f oE the army servicei OVERCOATS Have you examined our line of overcoats especially our line of Rain Coatst We have them from 800 to 1500 J ODD PANTS We have them in endless quantities to fit all sizes from 200 to 500 3 UNDERWEAR Mens Under wear 50c to L Ladies Underwear 50c to 125 V Childrens Underwear for all ages t I The Turkish Ministry will urge upon tie Ottoman Parliment soon after it recon enes November 15 the adoption of a naval programme providing for the expenditure within the next seven years of 100000000 The programme in eludes the building of seven battle ships of the North Dakota type Upon the urgent plea of Mrs Walter Scott a prominent society woman of Lexington and there commendation of Commonwealths Attorney John R Allen Charles Gillis a negro now serving two years in the State prison at Frank fort on the charge of grand larceny will doubtless be pardoned from prison by Gov Willson when the case of the accused is put up to him as it will be in a few days Mrs Scott a few months ago lost a diamond brooch valued at 150 and suspicion of the theft of of the jewel fell upon Gillis who was employed as a houseboy in the Scott home The negro stoutly denied the charge but was tried convicted by a jury and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary- A day or two ago Mrs Scott in overhauling her finery discovered the missing jewel in the folds of her dresses She has already been to see Gov Wilson about a pardon for the negro and Col Allen hay been asked to recommend that a pardon be issued at once At a meeting of the State Boarr of Agriculture Forestry and Im migration Tuesday in the office o the Secretary of the State Fai Board in the Paul Jones building J W Newman secretary of the fair made his reoort for the lay this year held during September The report is of the most gratifying nature and shows that the interes in the State Fair is increasing an nually Mr Newman in his report says that the net receipts for tht fair this year were 19 36083 The highest amount netted before by the fair was 1326452 which was made last year The report says that the exhibits were larger and of a higher character this year than ever before The total attendance during the fair was 104 942 Thursday was the banner day the attendance being 33621 The report states the horse show ffcflight was a success in every way and arnple p idfor the ex pendi ureof5oOO for lighting the big pavilion rTlie afn isslto the night show it ft uted toJ30 jc The Spanish Government Mon day restored the constitutional guarantees in the Catalonian provinces of Barcelona and Gerona which were suspended last July when the revolt broke out in these provinces Completing her Government trials at various speeds off the coast the battleship North Dakota steamed into Bpston yesterday after having sped up anal down the coa t from Cape Cod Jo Cape Ntd dick Me for twentyfour hours at a nineteenknot gait or faster lThe preliminary estimate of the average t ieU an acre of tobocco is 807 7 pounds against 8202 pounds as finally estimated in 1998 A total production of 605184935 pounds is thus indicated against 718061000 pounds as finally estimated iu 1908 The quality 8b9 per cent against 87 9 per cent 1111908 Thesixteenth annual meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association convened at Lawrence burg Mpnday More than one hundredmen and women from over the United States ai attending The second annual bench show open to all hounds entered in field trials was held Tuesday after noon i Plenty of fresh air sleeping outdoors and a plain nourishing diet are all good and helpful but the most important of all is Scotts Emulsion It is the standard treat ment prescribed by physicians all over the world for this dread disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs and buildup the wasting body FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send Bfisaof paper and thIs ad for out bwxntlfal fcTinc9 hank and Childs SketchBoole Ea h bank contains a Good Luck Penny scoTT 10WNE 409 Pearl SUMY oXOaXape n bS Khd Mwais Bodge I t siAll Boston high school gr unless incapacitated will be relquired to master the art of ming in order to obtain points for graduation- H J Slifer general manager of- the Panama railroad has resigned It is understood that be will take charge ot the management of an important railroad in the United States- Edward Trevallyan 50 years old an employe of a hotel in North Cambridge Mass wasnotified that he had been left an estnte valued at 10000000 by an uncle who had recently died in England Thomas L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers in an- interview nt PStt hurg indicated that miners will mal a stand for higher wegec next spring While the British Givernm nt in East Africa has not been able to get into communication with Mr Roosevelt it announces it is satisfied there is no truth in the rumor ofhis illness Wo Hides aad Wool Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root May Apple Wild Gin cr etc Wo are dealers established 1856 OverhaifacenturyinLouisv- illeandcandobetterforyouthanagents or any prieslistUa Sabe Sons229 Market St We carry the Brown and Walk- Over suoes and there are none better made as every one knows and will testify who has ever worn them FOR MEN 350 to 500 FOR LADIES 200 to 350 NOTtONSI- f Ua it is notions you waht we have them arid our price is right If you dont see what you call for it we will supply your I FeKRU t1 nER SON yffSL iiit Eu- yFURS SHOES LIHamilton wantsI X r k oI r xi j f 3 rX q r I peciaf Sa1ek1Ye are offering a Special Sale on Clothing iin his lot of clothing are some of the best ever ofere in the county andi tt f Mens 81S uite go for11I i Boys Suits In i5pOt9tion 0 Every customer who buys anything from ns gets icoupon which is afterwards eX hanged for a ticker fa a 5 talking machine Alwash ask for cO lponi J J STOKES at 250tP S11e have good Shingles for sale 1IM py9ti 1jl a l JQI w f LINECollinsAll Mail Teeaphone orders Promptly t billed The above tictue re4pie entsa Hperm tropic eve called efar l edth lefr cut shows the light thrown back of the retn t1givJst withrnperttlas and lisht focusmi upon the ietna giving perfect visiou JLtitay kinds of eyts Also do all kinds of watch work and jf r elryy repair work FiSt room over J T Adams store Mt Verron Ky qan sndseeme S C FRANKLIN i y LET THE SIGN ALD YO D a yqyx JOB WORK iY Lf AVE THEBEST f sijr J jj j I Mr VERNQN 81 NAL MT VERNois KY Ncv r2 19Q9 IIIl ZB Cull lip No 79 whenyou wa nt to Communi cats with SIGNAL 79 U I4i4 R Co 1TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a m 21 South 1219 arm lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tlie Mt Vernon Ky Posloffice seeond class mail matter i EESOKAL S W Davis was in Louisville iMonday JFrank Mullins was down from r London Tuesday t c F Bowman will move to town about January ist Charley McKenzie was in Lincoln county Sunday t W B Burton the Lancaster horseman was here Monday i i Mrs J R Cass spent Saturday 1and Sunday with relatives here Cris and Eber Mullins were in Brodhead for a few hours Sunday Sheriffelect T J Niceley has decided to remain on his farm until Spring Mr and Mrs J W Southard of Robards were guests of Mr and Mrs R A VelchJ Mjssss IJatinfe Colver and Mar rite Culton drove down from Cirab Orchard Saturday Otto Brown of Level Green will leave next week for Nashville to enter a business college M B Jones a prosperous farmer ofthe Level Green section was in on business during the week I Mrs Fannie Adams and Mis Somersetslj visiting Mrs B J Bethurum I P W Dlrbia has gone to- housekeeping in Rev G M Fish residence Richmond street new on Mr D N Williams has been confined to his room since the election on account of a very severe cold F P Asher says he thinks he will try the west next Spring He s and Mrs Asher spent three years in Oregon and are anxious to try it agai- ni Messrs Martin and Lasseter the fruit tree men from Smithville Tenn or here this weak making deliveries Miss Susie Thompson has re turned from a months visit to 1 Miss Clara Kenneday at Oklahoma f City Miss Susieis delighted with r Oklahoma Vv We failed to get the personal last J iv week of Mr R A Dyche of London who was down Sunday to see his son Dr R W tprevlOus dentist J H Williams and Frank Brooks fJare here from Biodhead helping ont on carpenter work the rush h being so great the local carpenters unable to handle the business tareA B Samms a former railroad fit 4inan hut now a prominent farmer jbfthe Maretburg section has gone Mrto Wasiota to take charge of a crew kpf men doing construction work oha new hrie the L N is oflIBIT Rev Powell Cheek who fu a JgbbrV time was pastor of the Presbyterian church is now at a stammering school at Indianapolis Rev Cheek is a Ibrilliant young mn but of the f stoppage in his speech labored 1 under a great difficulty when iff the Jf pulpit We certainly hope that he hjIe detect tj LOCAL f Linoleum and oil cloth carpets at CositsThe court of claims was in sess ion Monday until Wednesday Tohn MFish bought of Walter Hysinger a fine combined saddle and harness gelding LOSTGold locket and chain Finder will please return to this office anQl receive reward Work on the High school build ing is expected to start soon after the hrs of the year The builu ling must lie completed andready by nextpSePtewberR Up to date Post cards at Fishs Ball Brand Rubbers and Gum boots at Fishs Notice G T Johnsons call lIe means you if vou owe him We are showing the best line of blankets and comforts ever brougth to town Examine them S B McKENZiE Co j F R Aher senior member of soldIrun the busi ness alone Felix Bowman has sold his farm and has bought the residence of S S Daily on West Main St We understand Mr Daily will leave j Mt Vernon Great Scott man You mean to tell us that youre going to wear that summer suit all winter when you can buy one of the latest FALL 1909 styles for St5 00 at Fishs George Owens the new manager of the Mt Vernon Casket Co has moved the stock to his place on West Main St Read advertise ment found elsewhere in this issue News reached here Monday of the marriage last week of John Stewart son of Mr and Mrs A W Stewart of Madison to a Miss Brandenburg The wedding took place at Berea Brown Memorial students had a picnic Saturday A crowd of 20 or 30 went out to the old Sand cave on the Richmond pike and spent the day They were shown through by Jesse Fish one of the students who lives near the cave All report a good time TAKEN UpThree Angora goats one old goat and two young ones came to my place about one month ago Owner can have same by paying damage and cost of this advertisement DAVID COTTONGIM Nov 53t Pine Hill The railroad company has bought Wiliam Arnold residence on Adams street and have con tracted for the two houses ou the same street and adjoining the Arnold property which belong to Dr S 0 Davisrrhey will be occupied by section men The of Lrr Stewjoungeat i ou art Monday while attempting to get on a wagon caught his leg in the break beam breaking it just abort the ankle Dr Lovell was called and set the broken partr Mr Stewart was m town Tuesday and told us the little fellow was getting along very well We have moved the stock oj the Mt Vernon Casket Co to cur place of business on West Main St where uptodate quarters have been provided lor handling the business Our stock is complete our prices are right When in need of any thing in ourIiae give u a call Phone 112 GEORGE OWENS Manager Two Southeastern entucky towns Somerset and Corbin will hold local option elections the first week in December Corbin has been dry for four years Somerset has been dry for two years Theiewets are confident ot cal ruing the election in both instances while the drys will make a determined fight to continue existing conditions After several dears illness of stomach trouble which caused his gradual decline and a brave battle for life the Hon George Gilmore Gilbert ME ShelbyvHle former Congressman rroni the Eighth Kentucky district died at 640 clock Monday morning fit the home of his son inlaw Lawson E Wooldridge 1385 South Second street Louisville He was surrounded by his wife and children when the final summons came The many admiring friends of the former Congressman in this county will be grieved to learn of his death FARM FOR SALE I desire to sellmy faun which is located 1 I miles west of Maretburg Size about 30 acres t2acres in cultivation remainder has a good growth of young timber for building purposes Old dwelling new kitchen and dining room extra good cellar rew barn new crib paile l garden good spring with plemv innnrwater Price 450 Terns 4 down remainder at lone and two j ors with good notes at 8percrttt Proposed pike from Mt Verne to Bromo will run within rZ wiles of this farm If A B LEWIS Maretburg Ky I zPar il Vk A Get a door mat from S B Mc Kenzie Co and the good lady of the house will have to do less sweeping I am now calling on vou my last ime for what you owe me Please take notice Settle at once G T JOHNSON George Hasty aged about 30 years died Wednesday at his home near Rose Hill church after suffering six weeks with typhoid fever He leaves a wife and five little children Important changes in the pres ent school laws of Kentucky is to e presented at its next session The new bill was prepared by the Kentucky Educational Commission and while the bill has not been completed rough draft has been made The bill replaces the present State Roatdof Education and provides for general supervision of financesand the preparation of examination questions The State Superintendent of Public in nructian is given much larger powers As to the county super intendents the bill will provide that they devote their whole time to their duties and their salaries are t be increased The following is a resolution adopted by the Grand Lodg of Kentucky masons presentedliy Atty J W Brown at the request of Dr M Pennington The same resolution was offered by Dr Penn ingtonat the Grand Lodge 1 O O Fat Mayfield dadopted The resolutions is as follows WHEREAS In the campaign of education concernIng the cure and prevention of consumption which the recently organized Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis is about to begin throughout this State where more than 6000 unnecessarily die from this disease every year therefore be it RESOLVED That the Kentucky Asssciation has the entire sympathy and moral support of this Grand Lodge and that we commend to every lodge this great humanitarian movement against the greatest single cause of death in our State and urge all members of this Grand Lodge and of our Order to fighttheirrr r j 1d q i r nl= e i ee i i i e se e e s i e H r- a oooooooouoooa oooGoeooeoo o oo e u + oeeo r 0000eoor- o r o s r o e ec oeo9ooeooDeoooe9oemeooeeoa eouoe0oredso epeoyoaaae oe oemooeoseoodaoeAaeoa ocboadg O Ct09098dfi00 QIjGU cn e6 e1 mgCGC OQ iasEdGi ow 90 o m ieee b C 9 OQ7iJS DO0t3 IOdo 6irs a Os Theres More Style and Better Tailoring inserlSe eo OUR II 1iHf U Z Ilea Qlo F1FTEENDOLLARtD f e Q W1 qcW i WMJ I Il frea e- ose S U I 1 eQa riojr =I dlso saac I Overcoats and Raincoats iil Than Youll Find in Many Other VM IF t Higherpriced Garments v f X900 dgrTheresBUYING goods that VE can do that other houses CANT This is no idle boast oras I heroblutilintand raincoats in our 10 and 15 lineso 1- VdOexvm atbeee e+ W E SELLTHESY7C 1 0 Oa- ar gyp SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1 a HATS SHOES AND RUBBERS s 00 SHIRTS AND Ur DERVEARf Aeo l eee TIESAoreoeoQ aao v7thingAOoej w MT VERNONS LEADINC OLOTHfiER ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE PIlONE 77 OeO mO Q o cia o a eQooosego Q6 casaapoo sssosa Q9 ett- aI0l0t000Soooo005900 ooooeo oooooovom00e0 0moooeeaaooeoo9sa- Ireeoooe 60000OOOOO000GO o goo e o ere + o + e r eeee+ oooo New line of sweater coats just received at Fishs WANTEDI want all the pro duce I can get and will pay the highest market price and will pay cash T M DEES Oct 2311 Livingston Ky Five shots were fired from am bush at Rufus Menefee of the Oak Hll section last Friday night one shot barely missing his head It was a cowardly actno matter wbo did it The official count made a slight change in the vote of Rockcastle S F Bowmans majority oTer D N Williams 305 instead of 329as reported and Judge Bethurums majority 559 instead of 547 BKODHEAJ John Lawrence of Georgetown is here buying acar of mules = Anyone having tobacco to dispose of may do well to write or call Hen ry Plum of this place We learn there will ne a good delivery made here which will realize the tobacco raisers in this section a profit of about ten thousand dollarsMiss Margurite McClary spent Saturday until Monday iu Livingston as the guest of Miss Emma Penniugton M B Bowling of this place has bpughl or exchanged barber shops with C A Wheeldon of Livings ton Mr Whteldon and family will move hr re at an early date Mrs Wilmoht has returned from a two weeks visit to Williamsburg and Knoxville Miss Cora Sigman has been visiting in Livingston = Mjley Hawkins with his family at Lebanon unctwuRov Rob ins of Preachersville has moved to this placeMrs L A Cass has returned to her home in Louisville accompanied by her son J R Cass John laaacs spent Sunday at Gravel Switch Quite a number of carpenters from this place are nt work at Mt Vernon this week T J Mink hustling farmer oC the Wildie section was in town Wednesday with a splendid mul- eforsaleC H Frith was in Cincinnati Friday and SaturdaysMr and Mrs J W Huchison and little son pent Friday until Monday at Salvisa KyRev C C Wilson of Stanford has moved to this place occupying one of J T Cherrys residencesThe Hamiltonian so ciety will present a higb class play here on Cfiristmasnight Dec 25 jI T l l x 11IATT Mr Richard Early who has been sick so long we are glad to say is betterMrs Lucy Beldon ofCon way is visiting friends and relatives at this placeMrs Lucy Ramsy of Wildie is visiting her aunt Mrs H C JonesrhaJd Mrs J M Lear are in Rowland this week visiting their daughter Mrs Clyde Pritched Miss Delora Boyd is on the sick listMiss Beftie JoneS visited her cousin Myrtle Riddle near Conway Tuesday Barnett Riddle who was thought to be seriouely hurt by his horse becoming frightened arid running away Saturday at Berea we are glad to say is improving rapidly Mr Elza Langford of Pine Hill is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs H C JonesMr Mat Coffey who has fever we are glad to say is better Mr and Mrs Charlie Bowman and family were guests of his brother Harve Bowman Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizz e Boyd is with friends on Copper Creek this week =Miss Belle Wardlow of Chestnut Grove was guest of Miss Eunie Boyd SundayProt- racted meeting began at White head Saturday night with large attendance Bro Will Brint is pastor 0 The north bound night train from Atlanta to Cincinnati was wrecked twenty miles out of Knoxville Monday night leaving head on collision with a freight train loaded with coal Engineer M L Pierce who had a good string of horses at the London Fair and his fireman Leirmonp of the passenger train were instantly killed as wa fireman Bowman on the freight The freight engineer and the mail clerk were seriously injured and the train pqrter was slightly injured The L N used the Southern track from Knoxville to Coal Creak until the wreck was cleared The wreck was paused 5by the flagman sent put by the freight 1ta BoagldEPtue e J t id Yi Twins born in different months is the unusual record of the latest children of Mr and Mrs Joseph Lollar on the Ashbottbm road near Locas land The boy was born at 1145 oclock on the night of the last day of October and the girl arrived at 1215 oclock of the morning of the first day of Novem ber The mother and children are doing well Lollar is employed at the L N shops at South Louisville The twins were the third set that have been born to Mrand Mrs Lollar They are parents of fifteen children ten of whom are living Louisville Times CA S IJ 0 n14Bears the1h6 lliw 8w l3ignatnroatG LLd dM TS Oaoo yos- poo er seratso 3 5ND o CttS 1 t r nA3 SPQV3S iSzQ fauos as2 3tfs2s to the S beaithSsaSnoss Gf t9it QozB CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought the v IBears of HX7 tPOSTED vy We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or trespassing on our premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty T H Coffey J JSmithfD L Carter Ky Freestone Co P Y Huntrrhnan Frith- J C Gibbs Ance Boem W- iJ Cummins J H Reynolds Jos W Moore Mrs Alice Moore Le erJ G Frith Smith Prewett H S Joe Coffey Alvah Maret David Hysinger PyA r BAKlraGPOWDE Absol lii t iFOEr Cougms ui11d Colds Troubled with a cough A hard cold bronchitis or some chronic lung trouble There is a medicine made for just these cases Ayers Cherry Pectoral Your doctor knows all about it Ask him what he thinks of it No medicine can ever take the place of your doctor Keep in close touch with him consult him frequently trust him fully No alcohol in this cough medicine I GAuet Co Lowell Mass Ayers Pills Sugarcoated All vegetable Act directly on the liver Gently laxative Dose only one pI Sold for nearly sixty years Ask your doctor about them i j r ci eiff I Women Suffer s from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is ly due to ills of their sex entlrej the kidneys and bladder sponslbleor largely so And in 7sch cases the kidneys and bled der are the organs that need and must have attentionIThose torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feelingare almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs illustration of what these Pills will do Sirs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble and that she is now welland that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep in All were the arations are apt do E C Co Chicago HI want every man and woman who have the least suspicion they are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to once write them and trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mail postpaid Do it today E Sold by CHAS DAVIS I ltlf Lr UNDERTAKER WWVVVMeIn INnNIWVJIff line of Caskets is unexcelled f Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of U the County M U All orders by Wire Promptly Filled lilf W A1 COX IIIMr Convenience of the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid ed 4s an investment you can compute the net returns accu J rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts It r as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu ft lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if l you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON r INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY G tTAKE NOTICE f Beginning Saturday 17th our flour ing mill will start and will run every i day in the week unless unavoidably hindered in which event the public will receive notice Try our Meal Flour and Shipstuff and see if in is notequal to anythingon market We exchange flour for wheat H7 pounds good flour for 1 bushelwheat v If you wrnt your corn ground bring it to us we can please you sendtiyour order to us Yours very truly H HAMLBM Propr MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS iAf i4e KENTUCKY 6 a O The Old Reliable Ilil Most any Drug or Patent Medicine yon see ad atvertizedTHE OLD RELIABLE v Cheapest Drug Store in the county 1 S CDAVIS I Side Main Street ISouth ON KY MPJlf Mrs John Jacob Astor was Monday granted an interlocutory decree or divorce by Justice Mills sitting the Supreme Court at t ilewYork CinNY papers yr iriatbe icase sealed and jffr pfoceeniygs were carefully guarded t L to DeWitt that at a C Our Couch f J = r Troops were sent to the home of Ben Longnecker in Madison county to trap night riders They remain ed on guard three nights but no riders appeared and the soldiers who had beea sent from Lexington were ordered home tlfj f iA LAND STOCK AND CBOP Do not keep either the young or old horses stabled for several days in succession because they need daily exercise for bone send muscle development- In the eastern half of the United r States black rot has proven a serious drawback to grape culture Humidity is favorable to this disease More than 20 years ago spraying was introduced as a means combating this and other fungus diseases of vines and fruit trees and bordeaux mixture has been the standard lungicide from the first The earlier ground is plowed for fall wheat the better as it allows more time ior the soil to settle be foreseedling time Soil in which wheat and all other grasses are sown must be worked down very fine aud compact in or ler tint a large per cent of the seeds may germinate and the young plants make early and rapid growth Extra time and labor spent in lhis way will be rewarded in next seasons crop An excellent mixture to keep worms and other parasitic affection from the hogs is as follows Six bushels of corn cob charcoal eight pounds of common salt two quarts of air slacked lime and a bushel ol ashes Thoroughly mix aud then take one and oire quarter pounds of copperas dissolve it in hot water ig pot sprinkle the solution overt e whole mass and again tbor o ighly mix Place this Solution ij teli lder where hogs can reach it at pleasure Sunflower seed is good poultry food and a few rows of the plants near the poultry yard are also good for summer shade and protection- To keep the boy on the farm enlist his interest give him some thing that he cart call his own and let him have the profits realized from its sale J M Craig was on the Stanford market Monday with a drove ot cattle which he disposed of at 2 to 3 KILLS HER FOE OF 20 YEARS The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs Haynesi1leMe intensely after rating or drinking and could scar ely sleep After many remedit had failed and several ductIr gave me up I tried Ekctrid Bitters whichcured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 7o years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indi gestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints its unequaled Only 5oc at Chas C Davis TWO FARMS FOR SALE I have for sale two farms one 75 acres located at Goochland Rock castle county and the other 90 acres located on the Big Hill two miles east of Climax in Jackson county The Jackson county farm is in good repair smooths nice mountain land one good farm house well watered and plenty timber to run farm no i orchard with over 700 bearing trees The Rockcastle county farm is good land butrun down con siderably very good buildings and good store house and one of the very best locations in county to sell goods near school and church in good community For further information addressJ HAMPTON Oct 263t Goochland Ky A SCALDED BOYS SHRIEKS horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor ot Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cares FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptious Chilblains Chap ped bands Soon routs Piles 25c Chas C Davis Buy The Best BALLARDS SNOW- LINIMENT Always makes a hit when used for- RHEUMATISM SPRAINS CUTS WOUNDS BURNS SI111 JOINTS CORNS BUNIONS ETC Price 2Sc SOc ami 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COST LOUIS MISSOURI faid fINIMaiidsd W CHAS C DAVIS O JL TbZt X jfiu Bear aJts Tin KM Yw Hatr141wti IMIM ap tl It RS 2- S01alllGovernment shortage around u per cent fort thi entire country and 15 to 17 cent in the main hog trI statesMarket experts gen consider that the corn belt will have but 25 per cent less hogs to sell this year than last says Breeders Gazette Receipts so far this year have been running fare behind with a shortage so fur at the six principal western markets of 1879000 head or 12 per cent compared with the same months last year With the high prices that have prevailed for live 1 consumption has beeu hogsI a measure but still there is very ineagei supply of the hog product in store Although hog prices have been and still are high prospectlis or in the tunller shnulctgc1 in con sumption tojustify any great re duction m prices RisersICarbolized Witch Hazel e the original Always Salvo t ites and imitations The original UeWitts Caibolized Witch Hazel Salve is good lor anything a salve is used for but is especially good tor piles Sold by Chas C Davis CASTOBJBean thethe ODD TALK Hello Mr I am a stranger here tni have a large family and want to get some shoes for all my family Well sir go to Owens Store at Burr Ky for he has gqt the nicest stock of Children Women and Mens Shoes of any country store in the county He has one price to all and as cheap as any body Owens needs your trade he pays good price for all kinds of produce and all the time trading and that is no bad sign to see some one coming and going in and out all the time He exchanged goods for 8158 worth of eggs in October and 86800 since January 1st to October 3ist Dont stop at the layisa line of shoes but just look at the hats clothing dry goods and notions and a fresh line of all kinds of grocers meat lard flour and meal and a full line of patent medicine and a nice lot of Horse Cattle remedies sOldon a cash guarantee Stop in when you go to pass and look around Owens will trade with you right and tell you some kind of a little tale W M OWENS Burr Ky 5 FORCED INTO EXILE Wra Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a friglnful lung racking cough that had denied all remidies for two years After six months he re turned death dogging his steps Then I began to use Dr King New Discovery he writes and after taljins six bottles I am a welt as ever ItIt saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infallible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore throat Cures Grip Bron chitis Heraorrages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough 5oc and i oo trial bottle free guaranteed by Chas C Davis WACarsonWALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC lLARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL t WAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental H WORKS 1M ahirfacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr a4 1 A iKIIi ll f rE WS ITEiLS iRepresentative IF Klair cf Lexington denies flee report that he will be a candidate for Speaker Negro hunters while suoking a rabbit from a hollow log causedu costly forest fire in Christian county Nine persons were killed aud nearly a score of employes injured in an explosion and fire in the comb factory of Robert Morris Son on Columbia street Brooklyn Canada Monday extended warm welcome io representatives of organized labor who are attending the twentyTuinth annual convention of the American Federation of Labor at Toronto IIThe fight which deveoped fol the tie in the election for Circuit Court Judge between William McD Shaw Republican and Prank Tracy Democrat had another sensational feature added to it Monday Tracy who iat present County Attorney fileda scorching affidavit in which he makes startling charges of fraud Republicans who are higher up Part of Tracys swon statement is as follows Offences against the ballot while frequent inv the past in Kenton county have never been punished and there is a crying necessity that an example be made of offenders of this class and not merely perpetrators of criminal acts punished but that men higher in the political and social scale who direct aud set in operation the work of these active criminals be made to bear the responsibility for their actsrIn other parts of his affidavit Tracy charges officers ofthe Kenton Circuit Court with fraud in the matter of drawing the present grand jury He also charges that the Republican Campaign Com mittee Republican officials and the proprietors of a gambling house entered into an agreement that in return for immunity alleged gamblers would support the Re publican ticket YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS of headache us well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous head aches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at Chas C Davis M L MYERSDsntist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed RW DYCttE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed Brodheadar e Work S BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments land Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MoCLA R Y UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford Ky jJ j 1 S j 7 III i2iA-u ALCOHOL 3 PER GENT pAVe e lableYrnnar ianfnr4- ssilntlatingleflodaatPeula tlllnllteSoQJGsaC nlISdT Promotes JigstionCI1fetful ness ami PrstContansneifiltJ- Opln p i m rIT fancorliNi aerah ii Yr ot G1i- t OTICr Zi7fl1fl zI11iS1t ibI 4 icayforCansflpu tifiwulstousFevtrshM Iar3imale Si nafure of YORKr 0 rantce un eft Eon Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA y For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In Use For Over i Thirty Year- sCASTORIA 3i a I CUT M PRICESON Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes riMust go regardless of Cost i Dont fail to see our line Before you buy l i J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 Jre I You cant Co Wrong WHEN YOU GO TO A C Hiatts Store rrr u He has Ont of the most comst comple ones of goods AlsoIt market price tt A C HIATT H1ATT KENTUCKY J Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend dar dui Cardiii is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organS and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial n ThKECjRflWHelp Krs W W5 Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui an3 write J Ithink Cardtu is just grand I have been tisir2 it for eleven yean I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervouinMa and but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly gecommendCardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES o i 1