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Publishedi4 Every Friday d VOLUME XXIIL MT VERNON HOCKCASTLE COUNTY EY FRIDAY NOV 19 19091rtib9LIlt 8 r r The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of these experimental farmers who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings His theory was that it didnt matter what tlC cow ate so long as she was fed the questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations Its only tenderioot farmer that would try such en experiment with cow But many farmer feeds him self regardless of digestion and nutrition H might almost as well cat shavings for all the good he gets out of his food The result is that the stomach grows weak the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition arc unpaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies ofnervousness To strengthen the stomach restore the activity of the of Jns ot digestion and nutrition url brace tip the nerves use Dr j epccs Golden Medical Discovery It is an an failing remedy and has the confidence ot physicians as well as the praise of thousands healed by its use In the strictest sense Golden Medical Discovery is temperance medi cine It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics and is as free from alcohol as from opium cocaine and other dangerous drugs All ingredients printed on Its outside wrapper Dont let dealer delude you for his own profit There is no medicine for stomach liver and blood just as good as Golden Medical Discovery WideAwake People rjrJ3tjf it So bear in mind weihave every thing you 8 needin the DrugIViz 1Drugs IedicinesI da water gCHAS ca DAVIS f 89GarX = ittt1Yfttt1Yfttttttttt tt i 1tt tt1ttttttttttttttttttwr flT VERNON DflSKET CD PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS AN- DEMBALIIFRS Mt Vernon Ky COUCH dETAJDC CASKETS 3- E Coffins and Robes = = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = Eworkfor the company Orders by wire promptly dHearse sent to all points = o E a E 5Officeil lLl11i111l1111111il11i111il11111111111111111111111 f Iv7At I R a a a a a ADJOINING COUNTY Fred Lake a Mercer county convict witf pardoned and the figure 13 seems t controe every important event in his life Ho was barn on the i3th was accusedof committing m assault on tbe his sister inlaw on the I3th was ar rested on the i3th tried and con victed on the i3ti sentenced to 13 years in the penitentiary w is ceived at the penitentiary on the 13th was pardoned on the 13 and lie is the Iph child of his par ents When he was released the money at the penitent1iry awaiting tor him amounted to 13 i3 The Floyd county Ind grand jury Saturday returned an indict ment against Thomas Jefferson Hoal charging him with murder in the first degree in having shot and killed Jacob Hangarv Fawcett witlIthe purpose ofroboery Hoal wli be kepi at the State reforma tory at J etfersonltll e pezding his trialThe ceebrated trialof Mme Margherita Steinheil at Paris e ded with an acquittal after the jury had deliberated tvo and onehalf hours Mme Steinheil was charged with the murder of her husband and her stepmother Mme Japy The anuonnceui nt of the verdict was the cue iur a great demonstra tion by the crowd in court an d 10000 persons massed in the street outside yANTEDIwant all the pro duce Icgn get and will PaSlhi highest market price and will pay cash T M DEES Oct 23tt Livingston Ky STATE OF OHIO CITY OF ss TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oatii that he 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 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each apd every case of Catarrh that can rnot be cured by tbe use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this 6th day ot December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is take internally and acts directly on th blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free COiSold by all druggists joe Take Halls Family Pills fo constipation x 3fc r TPACTOBUYTr f- I er who make a specialty of the article you want You buy shoes from the shoe man clothing t from the clothing dealer and your dry goods i from the dry goods merchant and when you r want FU NITU i the place to buy is from the Furniture dealer r W We are constantly adding to our line the very things you need and want When you 4wantsometiligngfor the home and dont know I exactly what you want or when to get itt come I and tell us your wants we will get it for you and Jsell it to you right s J d I fl IOf 14S- w B MCllfENlIE 8 coLmSfI 4 i FISH BUILDING MT VERNON KY J t iil LIYINGSTOr Ike Dooley of Mullins Station was here on business Saturday Uncle Elisha Carpenter is very low and not expected to live Charles Renner of Pittsburg Kv was wi h our merchants this week Mrs Sue Mulling is repairing her house on Main street Sgbprt Haves of Jellico Tenn was here a few days ago and is having his honsii repaired The L N car p inters are here rebuilding the oil 111it ion of the Town Board we neglect rd to mention Hon Sam Ward who was elected a member also We are sorry we failed to get his name but man is simply a of mistakes and we are not bundleI ception to that rule J H ton and H W Bowman have gone into the butcher business Any one having any butchering to be done will do well to call on them The reason we recommend them is because they are so swift with their work They were six hoursIkilling a calf and hada help themW H Burton went to t le Sinks Friday and arrested Will Reece on the charge of selling whiskey and took him to Mt Vei nonJohn Sebern and family left Saturday for Jackson county to at end the Holy Rollers meeting They claim they are having a fine meeting there Charley Whitehead received a revealiiugot a fine son Oh the impatience that poor Charlie did undergo from that time until the arrival of the train is not to be imagined or even guessed at Mrs WhiteHead has beeu at Stanford for the past mouth Jim Walk Obe and Mrs James Mullins took their hounds and went to Crooked Creek Saturday to take a weeks fox hunt Any one wishing a gobd time should join the chase for if ever any one enjoyed life it is a MullinsTheM- ormons or Latter Day Saints are here trying to drum up a con gregation they preached on the street Saturday to a few We know it is not right to judge but we historyet Joe and Brigham Young were true Prophets s and they ace followers of them Now we full well know the history enoughrwe the Moun tain Meadow masacre in which 13 emigrant wagons were crossing the plains and their occupants were all killed history says by mormons and Indians Of course there is one o here that believes in them for there are none so ignorant as to be jlieve in polygamy or a plurality of wives This morning the Mormon Elders checked their grips and shook the dust off their feet asa witness as they call it against Liv ingston and departed Their ab settee is a pleasure Of Course none would believe their teachings except a few ignorant men and hysterical women for after reading their history and know what we have learned about them even their name mentioned in our presence bites like a serpert and stings like an adder Mrs SueMulJins who has put down more concrete than any oth er person in town has begun the repairing of all her houses Gloomy tines does not worry her We are bound to exclaim in the language of holy writ Blessed are the r widows R E Pennington is painting his s re house Mrs Lou Jones of M VeJnon is wjth her sister Mrs T J Pennington here this week A Mr Robinson of Jackson county has moved into F Mc Clures property on the peak of PennyriffeApp Taylor and E JAnderson have reduced their force on the section six men each This is sometbing they cant help batdwa 10 hisfeelingsT James Burton is working nights at the restaurantAlf Pi e has gone to Knoxville to accept a job brakeing Littlerua who has bf nSt yins oVIaput Mrs Will Hanks 1ttobe b t r THE DIME NOVEL The case of the 17 yearold boy of Louisville Ky who did a modern Jack Sheppard deed with one man dead and two others dying is laid at the door of sen sat onal dime novels Probably much of the inspiration for boys deed came in just that way Its enormity is such that unless he hadI been a child of the devil he could no have nerved himself to its commission except by long and centinuous reading and ponde ing of criminal methods as contained in stories ofa certain type Iu defense of the cheap type of blood and thunder story with its Biug Bingof revolver shots punctuating at stated intervals aI nairative always dealing with bad characters it may be urged that evil gets its just reward in the end and that good is triumphant The hero is the young fellow who runs incredible risks and saves the heroine or baffles a hundred pursuers That is true enough But opposed to the good in order to furnish the proper height of iuteiest there must be the bad also The good people it may be urged ae the only ones meant for emulation But not unstraugely the bad people make just as deep and lasting an impression and the moral impression and the moral lesson of the cheap and highly colored tragedy goes by reverses just as often as not Ordinarily one fails to see wherein the cheap novel does anything save to create a false notion of life to furnish wrong ideals and to turn impression able youths in the wrong direction Evansville Journal News 1 l Within the last few sears there has been a tendency to regard the dinie novel as an evil of the past Boys of yesterday now grown men have recently been wont jto tell of the baneful influencesoaf- the cheap trash which they used to read and to regard the tales of des peradoes and robbers bold as things of the past The yellow backs however seem to be abroad in the land and Derhaps by quiteas large u majority as ever Apparantly unbalanced as a re suit of too much reading ot dime novel variety the toybandit Hoal tried his hand at robbing shot down three in cold blood before he was finally captured and will have to answer for one murder if not three South Bend Tribune fRr TflEE THUS WITH GHH MIG GJLTJUfflL- Mr Disc Louisville Gives Peru xn andRecommends M7U Jerrt I take great pleasure in recommending catarrhIadusodIalmostI read of yonf wonderful Pcruna rem ells After using two bottles of Porn na I can cheerfully recommend it to anyone having the same diabase UlJand I have never been bothered with catarrh since Hon 0 Stomp Congressman from Virginia writes 1 can cheerfully say that I have used your Valuable rem ed3 Peruna with beneficial results and can unhesitatingly recommend your remedy to my friends as an invigorating tonic and an effective Mel permanent euro for catarrh IPeoplo who object to liquid medicines Soldiieruiia fgCo Cclumlws Ohio rn i 1ir rt 4 ry r= Established Jtl t 1887 rs mBr = rf PIVE HILL Mrs O V Iullins of Luingston visited Mrs Mary Leigh of this place Saturday and SundayR E LangTord of Pine Hillvisited his brother Tlip Langford of Mt Vernon Saturday Misses Stella Bullock and Laura Lay of Mt Vernon were the guest ofbomefolks Monday and Tuesday The little son of Mr and Mrs Frank Lay who has been sick is saran better and able to be in school again Mrs Albert Griffin of this place was in town shoping Friday Bio Parker of Mullins Station held a protracted meeting at this placeRobertCollier of Crab Orchard was hie MondayMrs Bill MtlVernonter and Edd Langford are to be calledatany time to go to braking 1rIfyou have noticed symptoms kidney trouble do not delay fI taking the most reliable and depend able remedy possible such as De Witt s Kidney and Bladder Pills These wonderful pills are being used with great satisfaction Dy thousands of people Try De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills today Sold by Chas C Davis OASTOi ABears the7t1 ftO j4 w ON 0 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP KENTUCKY In the matter of Villis A1Ieol Notice of Sale By virtue ofan order of the proI13th day of December 1909 it being the first day of Rockcaitle Circuit Court offer for sale at tile front door of the Court House in Mt Vernou Rock astlt Count Kentucky at public outcryNto ilia highest and best kidder for cash in hand the following described tract or parcel of laud the property of the Bankrupt Willis Allen Said land is located in Rocfccastle County Kentucky on the waters of Crooked Creek and Buck Lick Hollow and bounded as follow On the West by the lands of Richard Singleton now owned by w Martin Vancent Beginning at a stone in a Arson thence North to black oak on top of ridge thence East to a black gum thence South to an oak corner thence with the drean to the beginning containing 1SiIt day of November 1909 v D C POYNTER mTrustee Nothing equals Dr Miles AntiPain PlUu tar headache neuralgia sciatica etc c === == We Want to Sell YOU an it to IIODdF A JL1 f m 30 We own and operate the BIGGEST ORG N PTArcgJEN TEE WORLD and organs which we sell iiSC2 rem our factory on cradit 40 to 50 per cent LOWER rIt rT ASK THE EDITOR Free DAYSI al than retail in alYI of this paper about special roffer and write for cataletr II DLER tR3AN Cc SSOIW Chestnut St Louis p zr rh oC3 9vJ LXr r VY 3 STUDYl TO ItOVE YOUR APPEARANCE4 vs Exclusive in styles are the hats at Mrs Browns J w Approved for women missesandchildren Most elab n vt orate most superior and most attractive You have done rj yourself an injustice if you have failed to get one ComeM in from the remotest parts of the county and view them fi f for yourself Our Fall and Winter hats are so pretty Tf i1 rf so wearable so satisfactory The very wearing apparel to adorn and beautify No two alike With a tremend f T findGH hero just the hilt that is most becoming You fire more than welcome There is no obligation to buy COlne and bring your neighbor and friends W MRS CLEO W BROWN f t LEADING lVIILLINERf l J c M 7f 4 jv L yV V W f 4 S1o w- IMYi 4 howlorYoiir LABORS I r The only witness you liaveis the money you save A person able to earn money is with the Peoples Bank also capable of saving a part of it JlJ The right way is to send or biiug what money you can spare to the bank for safe keeping l The right time ilvhen you get yoar pay for your labor count out what you owe ami itI R count you wjlVeel far mote independent for you will be able to meet future Obligations and emer Ii gjpn01es and sicknesst Yours very truly J 1lpoEPL S BAtIK 4 If IIt t i1T y AWolfJ i I q J 3tifi F i ra eniAi I We are offering to the people of Rockcastle county the largest and most complete line of Goods from hich to make your Fall and Winter selections ever broght to Mt Vernon Our large tsore room is full from top to bottom with the best selected stock of good and which we are sellingat the best price offered by any store in Mt Vernon We have the goods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete and well selected stockwe invited all to visit our store examine our goods get prices and see for yourselves whether we are right or wrong It osts nothing to look and we are only too glad to show whltvye have whether you buy or not v ir We quote a few prices r a I Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two essentials as well as style are found in 11 e ShIeld Brand byIdesigning furnish the style A cold l winter day will prove the reliability of the Shield Overcoat LrtShiei Brand Overcoats notch of style and Sold in seven grades prices ranging 1000 the lowest to the highest garment bears two one gives price proteceionLook means satisfaction GUA A TEED This is the label that is sewed to inside of the coal collar at airtime Allgenuine5hekd Bnndgnrmentseithcrmen youthsorboysaresomarkedLIII SUITS From 1000 to 18 0 IMENtS SUIS From 150 to 5CO MT VERNON SIGNAL r FRIDAY Nov 19 IGOg Publisud every Friday by EDGARS ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOo Advertising rates made known application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION fRI T Through experiments with Ensa pia Pallidino the famous Italian medium who is now in Nt w York attention will once more be direct ed to what has been called spirit uahsrn This may not be a cor reet nameor a scientific name It may not be the name by which it will be finally known Spiritual ism was a name given it fifty years ago in an era and area less critical and more credulous than can be found today but by whatever name it may be called the fact re maius that there is a positive force and an apparent intelligence that transcends the known or nor r mal At a seance held in New York under rigidand unsyripa thetit scratiin a able was seen to riseentirely from the floor Either thespectators were hypnotized f as was also the camera which took an instantaneous picture or else there was vitationindependent of normal mechanical or physical means But this phenomenon is not new or even rare Thousands and tens of thousands are familiar with it It has occurred in family circles independent of mediumist ic assistance and thousands moe may with a little trouble and pa tie ceprQJiethes3me results in boniri fides of those present will eliminate J the suspicion of trickery How is SpiritNMay be so Undiscovered agency Perhaps Supernormal Doubtless JFvUminate the tes til of vulgar professional mediums tricky fourtune tellers who subsist on human credulity and human sore w The presence ofa force unknown to science and a super normal intelligence cannot be d- euiedis npt denied except by sci entific dogmatists PresiIdent of the United States occurs but once every four years and the wet and snowy blizzard of March Fourth last and the proverbial bad weather ot that date has aroused a sentiment for changing the date to the 30th of April the date on which President Washington was inaugurated With improvements in means and cheapness of travel with enlarged accomodations in Washington the number of visitors will greatly increase and it has become a question not only of public convenience but of public health that a more salubrious date shall be selected for this national event Expresident Roosevelt made a vain effort through consultation rootIballgame was his effort that his son has just entered Harvard University had his nose broken In the last few das four promising young men have met their death through this brutal game College presidents are preaching against it but such is the intensity of the craze that it is doubtful if the terrible recent examples will be potent for more than a temporary check of deadly toot ball B101JIEADi C H Frith made a flying trip to Cincinnati first of the week on businessMrs Mollie S Durham is numbered with thesick this week John E and W T Evans lett Wednesday for a business trip through the KenLcky mountains Mr and Mrs Ben Pike served quite a number of their friends with an oyster and fish fry Sunday last Your humble scribe was among the number and can true it fully testify that we received a very warm reception and had lots to eat We hope the time will come again soon when we jballhae- another opportunity Mrs J R Cass and sons Robert and W- illiamIipi i OVERCOATS Have you examined our line of overcoats especially our line of Rain Coatst We have them from 800 to 1500i ODD PANTS We have them in endless quantities to fit all sizes from j 200 to 500 UNDERWEAR Mens Underwear SOc to 1Ladies Underwear 50ctOl+25 Childrens Underwear for all ages KRUEGER SON visited Mrs R L Collies at Crab Orchard from S iturday until Monday The voungest son of Rov Robin isverysicK I W Greear our photographer is innPulaski county this weekC A Stegnar of Lou Jisville is here this week the guest of Tilden FrithMr and Mrs B A Cornelius and Miss Verna Jar rett of Durango Colorado ar here for a six weeks visit to their many friends and relatives Quite la number of our young folks were very royally entertained last Sat urday night a Good Night party MissIfor a two weeks visit to her grand mother Mrs Moilie Durham Mrs Benton and son John were in London Wedesday Dame Rumor says wedding bells are soon to ring in our cityC A Wheeldon our clever hello boy spent last week wilh bomefolks in the Quail section G ran v i II e Ovens and James H Barcett went to Danville ast Saturday to see C U and Georgetown College met on the gridiron A M Hiatt spent from Sunday until Wednesday in the country hunting quailDontforget the Declami tory contest at the Grand School on Thanksgiving night The re ceipts go for a good cause Gold medal to winner Dr 0 0 Stone of Middlesboro and M B Bowling Livingston were here Sunday for som unknown cause to some people c = = l MO Y h JE f BiK HERES a lot of money There and hv this vicinity Possessors of thatmoney read this paper they swear by it They want to be shown if your goods are right theyI want to buy This paper talks to that money at regular intervals Its money that talks back and talks back strong Get your share do your talking through our ad vertising columnst co 7rikt IIrWgi iiiii i NEWS 1T1UIS Tle Yale Pridceton football con est Saturday was won by the score of 17100 Itwas the blocked kick which has proven disastrous to Princeton this season that con tibuted eight points against her Saturday All the players put up wonderful exhibitions The im witheenthusiasm for two solid hours The lives of 460 men were sacri ficed in an explosion in the mInes of the St Paul Coal Co pIn v at Cherry Ill But twenty fie men escaped after the disaster and six men who went to the rescue of their entombed friends lost their lives in a futile effort The mine had been sealed UD in the hope of checking the flames which broke out after the explosion Labor Sunday is a suggestion laid before the American Fepuniion of Labor in a resolution introduced by Secretary Frank Morrison at Toronto The resolution would designate the fi rst Sunday in Septem er ofeach year as the occasion when the church es of America devote some part ot the day to a presentation ot the labtr question TAKEN UpThree Angora goats one old goat and two yowl ones came to my place about one month ago Owner can have same bv pacing damage and cost of this advertisement DAVID COTTONGIM Nov 53t Pine HillI FARM FOR SALEI desire to sell my farm which is located 14 miles west of Maretburg Size about 30 acres 12 acres in cultiva tion remainder has a good growth of young timber for building- purposes Old dwelling new- kitchen and dining room extra good cellar new barn new crib pailed garden good spring with plenty running water Price 450 00 Terms down remainder at one and two years with good noes at 8 per cent Proposed pike from Mt Vernon to Bromo will run farmIMaretburg K y Nature makes the cures after all- Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping Oll tIThings get the wrong direction Something needed to check disease andstart the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just this It strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes rich bloodIFOR SALE BY ALLDRUGGISTS Send lie name of paper and this ad for our beautiful SariiiBS Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Lack Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York So Buy FURSirides RootWooI jInandandobetterforyouthanagcnts or any pricelishndM Sabel Sc Sons 223 Market St TRADE MORALJoan of Arc was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain adver tisement and shes deadAlfV youve got a bargain something L Advertise it to the worn en folks in this papefiM Ji lji i 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 FOR MEN 350 to 500 FOR LADIES 200 to 350 NOTIONS If it is notions you want we have them and our price is right If you dont see what you call for it we will supply your wants s v ii X1rf4i tf r Iopeciare andar are some Bargains ever offered in the county 11I9oys Suits in ro Ottion getsiW P S We have 50Oper thousand fcr 4 3s ej 3CQp- a A7Y GRANVILLE OWENS y lUNDERTAKER J iJ t I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or phone orders Filled Telei The above oiatue represents a Efypernictropic eve called far t The left cut shows the light thrown back of the retna giving imperfect vision The right cut shows the eye properlv fitted with glas and light focusing upon the retna giving perfect vision I tit all kinds of eyes Also do all kinds of watch work and jeH try repair work Fist room over J T Adams store Mt Vernon Ky Call sad see me S C FRANKLIN ETTHE 810 NALD6YPU1y- M Zi 2 f JOB WORKJ ryji MT VERNON SINAL i MT VERNON KY Ncv19 1909 tttt z9 Call up No 79 whenyou want to COn1a1uni cate with SIGNAL 79 Ls ab R R Co i TIME TABLE 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352301 23 south 1144 a m 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No S 8 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter a PERSONAL Marion Hamlin will move to Livingston in a few days Fred Myers is able to get to town again by using crutches Mrs Sarah Rickels is visiting her brother J A Proctor at Bur ginI Mr and Mrs C P Reynolds spent the week with relatives hereEmmit Bryant is telegiaphing for the N W R R at Aluwick West Va- Mike Kain has gone to braking on the L N from Lebanon Jct to CorbinDr W Dyche and Walter Miller spent the week bird hunting in Laurel county Mr and Mrs Andy Baker of Plato spent the week with relatives near here Mrs G C Williams and daugh ter Miss Rissie were in Louisville shopping this week Mrs Galathia Todd of Paint Lick was with her uncle Mr A Maret near Wildie Monday Mr Glazebrook of Louisville ic the guest of Mr W J Sparks and taking a few days hunt John R Dotson a prosperous farmer of the Wilde section was it town shopping Tuesday Mr and Mrs James Bullock o Cove were in town Wednesda having dental work done Pete Drummondand M McGrude two popular dispatchers ftcm Livingston were here a few hour WednesdayUncle Proctor whc has been seriously ill at his home sliht1nearLangford improved Oscar Brock and Walter Baugb spent Saturday until Monday with relatives here the former being on his way to Louisville to enter the medical olege Rev W L Brock stopped here Tuesday on his return from Mayfieldwhere he held a weeks meeting He will likely accept a call to that church Will Krueger our enterprising young merchant and contractor was the victim of an explosion at Stanford last week w hick bruised him considerably about the face and body but not at all serious we are glad to say LOCAL- ThanksgivinCPost cards at Fishs O M Ballard is putting a new concrete walk in front of his re ice ice on Newcomh Ave The new depot is nearing com pletion and is an addition to our town of which we are very proud WANTKD Four good tat turkeys weight 10 or 12 pounds each Must have them by next Tuesday Apply at SIGNAL office Tip Langford has the contract for filling in around the new depot and we understand J W Rider has the contract for doiug the concrete work 11 M Craig l1F Craig and M H Brown sold uoo turkeys in one bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties The turkeys averaged 110 each William Reese charged with selling liquor and Lee ONeal charged with detaining a woman against her will broke jail Sunday night and have not vet been caught Under the new time card which went into effect last Sunday No passengrIIis ti 44 a tqp of 1158 and No 22 the north bound i passenger is due at 455 p m t tPttZ d i rca r F Comforts blankets and toilet sets see S B McKE ziECo Have you seen our new line of rockers They Are oeautie S B MCKENZIE Co ram calling on you my last time for what you owe me Please take notice Settle at once Nov 19 2t G T JOHNSON Heath Willis son of Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard who was stabbed by Horace Benton at St Louis three weeks ago is dead His remains were brought to Richmond for iu terrmentBy and training we are prepared to do the best ol watch and jewelry repairing If you need anything in our line give us a call Shop over Peoples Bank We guarantee our work Nov i9t F L MOORE We regret very much to learn oi the death of young Heath Willis caused by a wound received at the hands of Horace Benton while in a difficultv at St Louis three weeks ago but we are glad to know that the facts vindica e Horace for his act We hsne understood that Capt Willis father of the dead boy said he would not prosecute Benton but we can not verify the statement It is a most unfortunate occurrence and the bereaved ones on both sides have our sympathy A declamatory contest will be given by the young ladies of Brodhtad Graded School No i at seven oclock on the eveningof November the twentyfourth The contest will be held at the graded school building and the proceeds will be used for making the interior of the Chapel more attractive An admission of 25 cents for adults fifteen cents for pupils over twelve years and 10 cents for children under twelve will be charged Everybody cordially invited The big mail order houses of Chicago are not getting so much money out Rockcastle county people as they once did and the should not get any YoU home marchants never fail to help VOL vhen there is a new church to build or when you are in need but if you show us a local enterprise or hurch to which any Mail Ore er house in Chicago has given assist ance well give up the fight Our good people are not to be fooled in o sending their money away from tome when they know it never comes a k Spend your money it home and you will have more money Every merchant has to my things the farmers have to sell and they are glad to do so when they trade with them Patronize nome indust rYeRead the SIGNAL very week and see what the merchants of Rockcastle have to offer John Smith colored better known as Happy Hooligan who with another negro namtd Smith broke into F Krueger Sons store a few weeks since had his trial Tuesdsy Also Edder and Dorman negroes the former who runs a hotel and the latter a clothing aud dying house at Middlesboro in whose prossession W H Krue ger located his goods and whom Happy says were partners of his in various and sundry thefts were on trial charged with concealing stolen goods Edder was discharged but Dorman held over under bond which he gave Happy is a first class thief as he admitted ou the witness stand when be told how he and the other negro who made his escape robbed the store took the trunk to the depot and had it checked to Crab Orchard then went to Sparks Quarry caught a train to Crab Orchard and the next day took the trunk of clothing and went to Middlesburo where he says Dorman and others took posession of his goods and coui verted them to their own use paying him such amount as they saw fit While Happy needs no one to push him forward yet his story that he was and had been doing the stealing for these negros for a longtime is a creditable one and was believed by most of the large crowd who witnessed the trial Dorman and Edder looked to be well fed but their general appearance indieate that they are capable of helping Happy in his line work aud oelieving one to be as guilty as the other we hope to see the full extent of the kw ad ministered and the whole bunch landed behind the bars rS f j Jtf r r qoe- oe0 eo VV3 e0 V V Just received a car load of salt J T ADAm FOR RENT Two louses with all necessary outbuildings Goor cistern Rent in advance J T ADAMS Keep your feet dry by wearing Ball Brand first quality Rubber ind Rubber boots Sold in Mt Vernon by J Fish Our good friend Fred Hahn of the Freedom section has sold his fine farm to a Mr Hilton of Garrard county for 360000 and will move near Crab Orchard Mat McNew sold his farm of 10 acres near McNews chapel on Roundstone to Robert Leger for 60000 and will move to Orlando Bargains in boys overcoats size 6 to 16 assorted colors from 250 to 500 at Fishs Mr and Mrs W J Snodgrass of Kansas are hereon a visit the first visit since they left the state 39 vears ago Mr Snodgrass is a son of Isaac and Jane Snodgrass Virginians who located in this county in the early part of the nineteenth century and seventy fcur years agb Mr W J Snod grass was born on what is known as the Snodgrass farm in the Quail section He is one of a family of seventeen children fourteen boys and three girls sixteen of whom lived to manhood and womanhood however there are only two living now himself and his brother Mr Larkin Snodgrass who resides a Los Angeles Cal and who is now 84 years old Mr Snodgrass is a successful farmer in Kansas 9 d being somewhat ofa believer r the Rooseveltian doctrine he and Mrs Snodgrass who was a native of Marion county Ky have nine children to bless their union and comfort them in their declining years There are only a few of the older citizens whom Mr Snodgrass remembers but these few he hopes to see before he return s To his western home Two particularly mentioned are Albert and George Albright of near Brodhead Mr and Mrs Snodgrass are stopping with Mr and Mrs C C Davis and will be in the county a few days longer I oiY i tiff 4 tfJt iif Vi 7 r oosae eesoeoa i H eedelie eeoooeooeosoe ood oeo oedodoooooeooaeeoomoaoreoseeeasoea n ceOOe l l60eNeleeiiO I Od06e00e0elOHn= otl00eQ08trW0 da800QOOO000 8000oeo00ltlifvy0y00r LOtlv toa 600b0 9QOMOm6alA000nc90W 900fTOm0tl0ee IG OtDI3000S0a Jt QCeGEBOcee GraeM D q 6 a 9 3a lsfe natbAC5t q 6eef o eooGraoc Aos etl Theres More Style andIBetter TailoringIn COI ito 0 U R 880 Gloe tir hIS 1DJer FFFTEENDOLLAR-r s i ItoAtle I SUITS 4tco quo rvor 90e yQeO tae Overcoats and Raincoats e0e00 Qro f I ThanYou5 Findin Many Other 5Q v H i gh er priced Garmentsage= Theres sf much in the know how the r know what atitht1 uabl toget wheit opines to 3 BUYING goods that tVE can do things thatother nouns CANT This is rio idle hou t ot artle bluff but u plain statement of business facts Come SKiJB aria judge by the suits ovtrcojite moo toil iain 0eeCJrn YT 1 tE WE SELLTHEBESTi Go Ceo SUITS AND OVERCOATS = t HATS SHOES AND RUBBERS IE c SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR TIES SUSPENDERS AND SOX E0 goes o vrythingiNtj 1 a a tr II LSCORNER PHONE 7T Quoeias tan e o G9G 6G Q 9 o e etoo waate es emaa e f 8G2 k0100C q 91e0s t J W Rider has rented the Vernon hotel for next year so asI o be enabled to accommodate raveling public while building new lotel on site where Miller house lOW stands Mr P H Shutts tells us that he has his part of the subscription 250000 for the pike from Mt Vernon to Brorab made up and it is now UP to Mt Vernon What has the committee done Cashiers- V L Richards and M B Silin were appointed solicting committee tor Mt Vernon gentlemen what Have you done The countrv people have gone down ntheir pockets to help bund roads so as to be able to come to Mi Vernon and transact their business Businessmen do vou want their business if so get busy and help then in this light Now is the time to strike If you are interested in your town and want to help your own business then help build this pike Dont stand backand say yes I want the pike but deep down in your heart aIlet otners do Uhe building and I will jet the benefit but do your own part If the spirit of progressiveness existed that should every man in Mt Vernrn would be looking fur the soliciting committee to subscribe his part instead of waiting for the committee to hunt him Will Mt Vernon di1 her part or not That is th question The business man or professional man who does riop subscribe to this fund in ProPort4 ion to his abilitv to do so should never ask business or patronage of any Irindof his town or country Let us alllet vus a t something can no t acduvISi fr 1 BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Both literary societies presented very good programs last Friday The boys debated the question Resolve haveIa place in the affirmative being taken by Jones Fi hand Charles Gentry and the negative YTheaslfollows i Recitation Ben Griffin Essay Lewis Miller Extemporaneous Speech T 1 Hendersonat j f Recitation Grant Mullins The girls society is preparing for an open meetimg tO be held soon after Thanksgiving r The Glee Club is soon to give a musical setting to The Departure of Hiawatha MissNell Shanklin of Cincinnati will give a piano wm1assistabove rendition The date of this recital will be announced- A certain subject for each week has been adopted in the chapel exercises Monday morning quota lions frpm the Bible bearing on diligence and industry were given by the pupils and Tuesday we had quotations from outside scoprces bearing on the same thought Wednesday morning Miss McCord read an article entitled One Thousaud Successful Men ending with this quotation from rawer Lit vd Ind Work work hard Learn to ijKfck intelligently persiMenth atiliflflfjt Next to your honor v tn vvotiT capacity to work Prw r mr health but work Amaa tot j to bea self respcling man pur work The jmous pr ducvv eternally helpfttl Merit gN ftnn iyto work and wtrk vvcil The parents of our b ys and girls are earnestly requested to keep their children at Tidrne in the Oiii of school hours and see that the study We need a greeter spirit f earnestness Thursday morn ti Francis Forhewi1lrtId B U paper yhiphvvis s V el ot the best from th se ha slF- ruiav n mornin we wrf nr e song n it iurh Th 1 t t J tJT lithe rviris root she lutermtdiate grades and rThe Clang of the Fjbrge by the chorus made up of grammar grades and high school The work in Kentucky history is improving which is attributed in part to the fact that some of theIparents are reading it with children Thisih lpSc ntf inspire them in thelrlsvyork N 1Y Ali of bo k mtBt die arrd History are due on Wednesday 9utofa class of twenty eight only ehht failed to hand in Bibk notebooks on time this week Some yer good Bibeijstories were lIdo r thandedin by the seventh grade Ij their recent examination in Kentttds history bred Baker headed Jhe yth grade with nI average of 93 AU but two the class made good grades SALT I hvjU nerved o car load 1THream Verrfugr THE esaeAxrEo WORMREMEDY THE CHILDREWS FAVORITE Tf NIC WRE Or IMtTATtONS PMCm BIardSnow Liniment Co- aT Loves rieo Abso1ue1yft PureeeU f 1E n wdeBn- Imtgpa t Lpt7VaNj7thfrInesrr fr IEifih f 00 i q 1i70e jJ Aao gaoe- S o LJfiQD may C PS 810 etc h CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kid You Have Always Bought Bears the s PUe atureof yta A cll POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tres passing on onr premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty T H Coffey J J Smith D L Carter Ky Freestone Co- P Y Hunt Tilman Frith J C Gibbs Ance Boniin J BCummins J H Reynolds Jos W Moore Mrs Alice Sfloore Lee Coffey John Leece I G Frith Smith Prewett H S joe Coffey Alvah Maret David Hysinger Mrs Josie Dnvnult ROY 3 IAK HG f1 if Vn6 k i Absolutely Pure tr IFlr Coughs iSJrriJd Colds Troubled with a cough A hard cold bronchitis or some chronic lun 9 IeThere is a medicine made for just heS cases xi fsr yers Chevy PectoraL Your doctor knows all about ft Ask him whathe thinks of it No medicine lean ever take the place ef your doctor Keep in close- i touch with him consult him frequently trusfc him fully No alcohol ia this cough medicine G4yePCoojifLoaelMa3s I xAyi sPiUSi Sugarcoated All vegetable Act directly on the Ifrer Gently lan tive Dose onlyone pill Sold for nearly Yei Ask your doctor sJjouttheiii f if J y bSr- cr7 = g r es j P i i i Better Not Geteu6 fi 1 rric t C 3cDyspepsiat If you can help it Kodol pevents t Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to ReUeve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion dea beenIfor Itvhen nervo1n 9r chronic dysp psla feMilted and 1 ftHeyJhave not Seen able to cure iL Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia Everyone is subject to indiges tion Stomach derangement folloWs stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the utaking of Kodol I i When you experience sourness of stoinachrbelchmgr of gas and = nauseatjinjg flujd1 Jrfoated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach heart hunt socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness lor chronic tired feelingyou need Ko dol And then the quicker yOutake Kodol the better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it it n Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely lO to be of much benefit to you in nn digestive ailments Pepsin is only A of locks p digested and are digesters at3ilj perfect digester If biild see K6IoldgestIngever- yiartrcIorro ff lntlndsbl the glass testtubes in our know just as as do Nature and Kodol cure a stomaph in order to be cpred the stomach must rest That Iswhat KdoIdsretsthest- omach while stomach well as simple as A B C 0Our Guarantee dotlarcontents of the bottle if you vanhonestly say It has not you any good return the bottle to the druggist and quest1onrdeaalldruggists 0111andtie conta1ns2 times as muchas the fifty cent bpttle 0Ithe lahprar tories of KG DeWitt Co Chicago j Sold by CHAS C DAVIS I J- J JJ iI U S TAKzrdt Our line of Couch1 Gaskets unexcelled Handmade CSffirisfurnislied THearseCounty T r n 7 U All orders iLWIbArQXIFjfre 1 i Phone J4S MT VERNON Itlll1u it 2 86aqj 3 c p iKt persons keep their money here as a permanent in i c r lvestment because th risk of loaning to individuals is avoid Q i fed As an investment you can compute net returns accu ft A Small amounts may be add ta1tytirnT l A satfingS taccountoffers a profitable means to realize on Uriels are idle awaiting investment You may Ayithdraw a part Or r entire amount at any time With a determination to you TO are here Why not lend your money to the ja M bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts yj a reguFiiJ Hvnttt j you WIll call at the bank o i THE BANK OF MT VERNON nINCORPORATEDz Q MT VERNON KENTUCKY DIM r I p aJi 1 I f P djJ3 p3 ii 1r4qTAKE NOTICE f I U tf1 Beginning Saturday 17th our flour p ci ing mill will start and will run every rf 11J ltclq 4 day in the week unless nnavoidably d rli ptjr in which event the public will r t 4receive notice 3H Try our MealFlour and Shipstuif and seeif in is not equal to anythingon market W- Weg exchange flour for wheat tt7 P pounds good flour for 1 bushel wheat i r If you wrnt your corn ground bring J it to WIfyour order us ri n111 Yours very truly 2 A HAMLIN Propr MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS I i VEBNON KBl TUCKY 6 kfb t The Old Reliable ii 1 l Most any Drug or Medicine see advertized in the SIGNAL can f YLI0 L THE OLD RELIABLE gCheapest Drug Store in the county 0sC DAVISII0T Side t fSoutby KYmf t f = j l Pn isteamer Charles Western fTonawan laN Yyas beached e Ion Canadian hre White P t r FishBav Lake Suprinr early Saturday after a collision with the j rit tempr a P Bope vof DuI th- v The Weston was lying at anchor I aiting to to enter the Soo lll iI i lJJr J S m y a rUal physics not isayou ofl laboratories youould this well we frill always sick the gets Just fiitire that done n 1T o the r Many tile the save always welcome 0y to R MT Patent be the when the Bope rammed her port side Albort Steenstra aged 22 of Grand Rapids Mish was found in bed Saturday morning at a h t atyevayy Ijia wtk his skull jai11charg uj Somerset Ky Nov 5rheiqtaf company of soldteri ria hen guarding the iSQniersisfevjailSfeWCfrt Friday night inorder to protest r woprl SntfrBifrpm an alleged mob which the officers heard was form ing in Rnssel county On election day Taylor Sullivan one of the most substqntial citi7ens of Russel votingIarr s maU Piers father isjalso impli catd in tfiekill8ig TA soon as Sullivan wasshofdownihtj Pierces fledto Clt toti onritVhere they were later arrested and returned to Jamestown and placed in jail Officers learned that a mob was formingand hastened the two prisoners overland bv night to Somerset Aujjrotuer of Sullivans isjallegd tb have left shortly there afterlor the Pulaski capital where J M luis since remained Friday afternoon the Somerset officers were notified that a mob was forming and would proceed to Somerset and tdkethe Pierces from jiil and han them Soldi is were promptly placed iCn duVv dUd it is thought that the mob learned of their presence and dispersed The trg dftvasdm iiWtdtitthelo- cality1 where Elmer Hill a year ago f utally murdered Mamie yoqra k a school girl and threw her body into the woods Hill as yill be rememberedwas trailed diVwrrby Lairs bloodhouns and placed ii Jhe Montcello jail from r hihhvas taken by a Russell ocrjtviiib and hanged The t Miicers knowing the de ItSOfiEktdrppirit of the Russell are exercising the greatest precaution to save the al- 1egedsIayesqjSullivanti iL Iliiit OE O Pj1ARS- The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declaies Mrs Tames Dunetiof Haynesville Dy spepsia IsufieredMewasintensely eating dr drinking and cbiild scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electrid Bitters which cured mqj completely Now I can eat any thing 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 Com plaints its unequaled Only 500 at Chas C Dvis The hurricane that has swept over Hayti Ins wrought immense damage the exent of which it is as yet impossible 10 determine but up tc the present time no news has been received of any serious loss of life 0DeWitts Little Early Risers the safe sure gentle easy little liver pills Be sure to get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original Always refuse substitutes and imitations The original DeWitts Cal bolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for anything a salve is used for but is especially gOQd for piles Sold by Chas C Davis TWO FARMS FOR SALE I have for sale two farmsone 75 acres located at Goochland Rock castle county and the other go acres located on the Big Hill two miles east of Climax in Jaeson county The Jackson county firm is in good repair srnoothe nice mountain land one good farm house well watered and plenty timber to rut farm no i orchard with over 700 bearing trees The Rockcastle cqnnty farm is good land but run down con siderably very good blildinga and good store house and pne of the very best locations in county to sell goods near school and church in good community For further information address J W HAMPTON Oct 263t Goochland Ky A SCALDED BOYS SHRIEKS horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of 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 Eruptions Chilblains Chap ped hands Soon routs Piles 25C Chas C Davis Buy The Best BALLARDS SNOW UNIMENT Always makes a hit when used for- RHEUMATISM SPRAINS CUTS WOUNDS BURNS STIFF JOINTS CORNS BUNIONS ETC PrIm 25c Soc ad t1BALLARD SNOW UriHillU T CO ST LOUIS t I ll iuiL RJ ir os IHAS C DAViI5It Ht r AlIPIr r7 frfPOLITICS AND POLITICIANS maestriii1he a candidate for Sergeant at Arms of the House of Repr ssivr Hive subject to the Democratic caucus Friends of Theodore Roosevelt- are preparing to fight an attempt to discredit the former president who they maintain is to be charged with having protected certain trustsTheFii district democratic CoiigfelSjeTDSr committee has bteti calleq1 Irillito fi manner of nqjniniitmg a candidate for Con greT iCfpfeiifin Ollie James il litt flo oppoitIo- njc lI pK Nclt concedes the- eliction1oJuclc ifJPh EBert tlrn de Senator of 1ie IItttJIui3otes iMi- tthcL2dgL rbL3 J iifJitIJsJf1t3 wiil t cioe toIti iii Pcpuhhca iJorrs1nL1eB ditrirt is nearly i200Only m 3r fr QtitilQfltt Rcibtican elecre- d1l r tg m th fillsn let f ij4e ppt an urepire rm f lt d aill- tatnL a hId ter o this- bippeiiedte a certan Re- OtItllCrflt ejt tilt Capitol thought he was getin v to rJKeutuckvIf the stateraejitc t lepublican press in this Conresciovril district are worth atiytning l the antagonism of thc tnernh rjof tbe Republican pardso tf g against the Dempgraiic parti it is against Powers on one i1d Edwards on the other iffie fol lowers of Powers are accused o- fAtvetjF 1 epo t f1 Tp iBeld Edwat1ss pp rt rsi- are charged with electing Democratic officials in Wayne and Adair In the fight supremacy in the different counties the question has been Is the nominee a si p porter ot Edward of Powers The answer was given bv voting for or against that nominee if he had an opponent It all redounds to the good of the people and of course to the good of the Demo crats It has taught the voters that they can cross and not lose their votes and many of them Who have never done t o before will know how to scratch the ticket in the future John Pearl in thi London Democrat J FORCED INTO EXILE Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from hornet Mountain air be thought would cure a frighjful lung racking cough that had denied till remidies for two years After six months he re stepsThenNew Discovery he writes and after takins six bottles I am as sIyearly from desperate Inng diseases Infallible for Coughs and oldsiit dispels Hoarseness and Sore throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough 50C and too trial bottle free guaranteed by ChasC Davis Secretary of the Treasury Mic Veagh has come out jviththe flat statement that not ony will he probe to the bottom the scandal growing out of the frauds committed in the New York custom house by the socalled Sugas Trust and its agents but he proposes to renovate the entire service W 1L CarsonWALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND QUI work is guaranteed VV A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M pdDEALER Granite Monuments lof k kinds Estimates fuili j- on application j G1Ep QTj111N S Prop4t H jt j 1i4ol 11 LQwrenceburg Ky Nov SpecialThc annual meeting of- the National Foxhunters Associa tim closed here this afiernocn oIt of the prettiest and most inter jesting trials of the week was tLe All Age tqke wLich was run south of the city to day in Bonds woods After a chase of six hourS Pete owned by Jack P Chimi was awarded the honors Other award were Hunting Pete CaivmLady first May Ford Mollie J S Smith second and Nell HenKate fcamuel L Wooldridgi tntrd Eaduau e Pete first May secod and Cricket CalvinPhoebe W J Leavd third IPete won every race that he was in and captured the jfolloviiig handsome silver cups during the meeting Walker fidd trials breeders hunting and trailing and euduralJce Mr Cninn was jubilant over hissweepirg victories The Combination Cup was awarded to Nell owned by ri L Woolridge of Versailles She alio woo the worlds championship the Bunsvvick field trials Barry Mass recently The hunters were loud in their praise of the reception tendered them by the people here and the meeting wa a success tram uveiv standpoint It was the unanimous- ver ict thet the association had never in its historyreceived such a cordial and hearty welcome as Lawrenceburg accorded them A petition signed bv 1500 citizens was presented to the foxhunters asking that next years meeting be held here TOWN LOTS FOR SALEI desire to sell my residence in Mt Vernon Which consists ofone half acre groundand a good eight room residence with all the necessary outbuildings Also a house and lot in Livingston knowu as the Coffey property a good five room cottage in gocd repair For terms address J P LEICHLEITEK Sept 24tf Mt Vernou Ky csswe C EtZ8BearstheThe Bourn Signature Y of YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS f of headache as wellas older women but all get quick relief KingsNew headIachesand strong nerves and buildup 25cathas M L MYERSDsntist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R WaD ICtHE DENTIST 0MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge orkISpecialty Work guaranteed jgrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager 118IC C Wi 11 ia ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KYIIOFFICE On accl The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLA R Y DETAKE aod EiiOAMER tlStanford 3 11 1 f t t tn V VWsIlU T t45 31oLt R Csst1Itingutcst r isoiiCit d Eiiii r2ssaivUaCoaansitiili- oraj Opi- r1 IFiR7Ttt ii1lZO It hzcIjII 3ll ycorcmuaIizf2 SLEEPbtSic1mre jjyorccI- li44 LtitLtjuarantce Exnt Copy of Wrapper Wf 1S1 Ii bRuTD m I For Infauith and Children 1 Kiu Yoi av Awy BgIn Bears the j- j ignatDieof cyf inUSJ s rf For Over Thiny Years 1 uA lfu I nRIA cturAuR flt li i PRICES CUT I t srxa- ON r Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes Must go regardless of Cost Donl fail to see ourline defore you buy t SONI r IiIY on cant fio Wrong JI WHEN YOU GO TO MA C1 Hiatts Store mt l wj He has ont of the most comst coniple iines of goods Ml AlsoiTS JHi Bring your produce and get the highes market price I I A C H1ATT Ii II HIATT 0KENTUCKY = n pWy S1jje7 5i Are you one of the thousands of women who suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of fiflPflTn On the wrapper are full directions for use Dijring the last half century Cardui has been Jl remedyforH contains no hjn nful ingredients and can be depend 7 1 ed ondn almost any ii T u Uf118t r J 3 jf caseaR D i l I I Will Help You Mrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Car m SHe t meBeforewould work awhile and lie down I shall always eiTe praiaetdfour ine Hcme ryCardlU h I AT ALL DflUG STOI i iii i