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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ublished Ever Friday GLI trnoil n J VOLUME bgIiI MT VSRtfON COUNTY EY FRIDAY DEC 10 1909tJ NUMBER il1 rr e 10 ia I tc y 3ra r1 Yc q t BRODHEAD- Santa Clause is making his ap pearance in Brodhead John RobI ins drug store has a beautiful PlaYof goods suitable for gifts for all classes and agesAlbert M Hiatt was in Cincinnati Sunday and Monday Chas R Pike has returned to his home at Knoxville Tenn after a 10 days visit to his parents here He was accompanied Ihome by his sister Miss Eliza Pike who will visit in Corbin London Jellico and Knoxville She will be absent about 2 weeks Miss Cora E Griffin of Mt Ver non who has been a pleasant visit or of Miss Elizabeth Pike and Mrs Fred Durham has returned home Box supper and Christmas tree given by Baptist Sundayschoolat Brodhead Graded School building Xmas tree and entertainment at M E Church Friday night Dec 24th The Squires Daughter present ed by the Hamiltonian Society of the Christian church at opera house on Saturday night Dec 25tb are among the things which will come oT during the holidays Mr and Mrs M G Sigmon and daughter Miss Belle of Corbin have been visiting Mr Sigmons father Mr John Sigmon at this placeMrs G W Brooks of Williamsburg is with her mother Mrs M E Wilmott at ibis place for a three weeks visitMr and Mrs Chas S Lyons of Junction City spent last week with Mr and Mrs J BI sLaws Dont fail to see the Squires Daughter on Saturday night Dec 2sth Benefits go for a good and worthy causeLittle Miss Mildred of our efficient John Robins is very sickJ H Hilton of Stanford was with Mr E and Mrs J Thos Cherry Sunday and MondayMrs R S Shivel r is visiting her parents at Rockhold this weekT R Storms of Keavy Ky is visiting in our cityWood yank Owens is at home from Cleve land Ohio and will remain unnl after the holidays Miss Rosa Pike was down from tb see her parent Rev and Mrs A- PikeMissjT Ada Wesley has re turned to her home at Liberty aft r 3 fecks vfciUo her grand f iI I I I EOCKCASTLE 1 mother Mrs Mollie S Durham If it hurts you to laugh you had better not see The Squires Daugh ter at Brodhead opera house on Christmas night Brack Durham was in Stanford last weekMar shall O Stope of Stanford was here last Sunday to see one of our very best looking girls Horace Benton is at home from St Louis for few Daisy Hunt and sons Louis and Walter visited in Maretburg from Saturday until MondayMrs Lou Purcell and son Fred of St Louis spent a portion of last week with Mrs An nie ShumateRememberSaturday- night Dec 25th aud dont fail to see The Squires t three act comedy drama Fun from time curtaij rises on first act until it drops on last actM B Bowling of was down last week on bsinessRev w1 G Tilford will preach at the Bap tist church Sunday morning and anon was Sunday and MondayB R Wil Corbin Ky and left Sunday af daughter Mrs W F Carter aI CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the slat of the disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Hall s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting direclv on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh send for testimonials freeF J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold bv Druggists price 750 Take Halls Family Pills for con HttI t CH4 S C DAVIS if s9LeadingMr VERNON KY ri II ijOFFERSMANY NICE SUGGESTIONS 1 to Buy For WHAT BUY FOR MEN Leathercuffand collar box Leather tourist case Stsgg or ebony military brush stagg shaving set Whole leather bill book Ebony tie and brush holder Stagg whispbroom and holder LIY1NG8TOA N Mr and Mrs C P Reynolds will go to housekeeping in few davsThe L N carpenters have new coal bins about couplet edThere isra new medicine be ing made and will be placed on the market about Jan 1St The style of the firm will be Hicks Sims W M Hicks and J H Sims This medicine is a salve and they claim- that it performing wonders So you see we have talent with us aud it will now be Drs Hicks and SimsIt will just 15 more days until the glad notes of the Christmas bells peal fourth their welcome message Peace on earth good tree We hope to see one andall have a nice time The teachers ate training the Sundayschool scholars for entertainments cn that dayMiss Elizabeth Howard has returned home after a thre months visit at Rim KyWhile we have been writing the news ot this little town for some time naturally we have gained the ill will of some and while this is thr case we have no appologies to make We have given the news without tear or fa vor and have always tried to be partial to man or set of men and always give the pews just as it is Walter Bowman of Owensboro ied the and have agreed to travel the same road together They have been separated about six months The little child of Green Hellard is very sickJohn Cockrell of Lebanon Junction is county where he has been on a hunt for a wees He reports that he killed 46 andit Japaneese golden pheasant This bird is not a native of this country but is imported from China This bird measures3 fet 2 inches from beak to end of tail Mr Davis has sent it to Dr Steel of Junction City to have it mouthed tad will put it WHAT TO BUY FOR LADIES stagg toilet case Handsome ebony toilet case Handsome silver toilet set Handsome manicure sets Handsome gold jewelry case JtHandsome piece of cut glass IHandsomep ctures comb and brush set a a on exhibition at Davis store It is of rare beauty and will be some thing out of the ordinary to look uponCol Sam Ward who has been very sick is some better James Curry of Lebanon Junction and Miss Myrtle Chewning were married Dec r and have gone to Hamilton Ohio Mr Currv has a position there Lunsfoid Chewn iug left for Appalachia Va where he has a position as telegraph oper atorWill Ward of Berea is visiting his father during his sicksessJ S Galloway is clerking in L fl Davis store while Mr Davis is awayCam Mnllins of Mullins Station is now a citizen of our townMrs R J Lemons has re turned some after a week in Louis villeElmer Lechleiter stopped off here and reported his mother much betterThe little child of Mr and Mrs T J Pennington is very sickAll the section foremen between Sinks and Corbin left for Cincinnation the inspection car Tuesday J H Walton H W Bowman aud L H Davis are on a bunting up the river Our friend W H Ponder has a jobwith the C V R R and will move to Corbin We are sorry to give him up as he is a fine boy and a gentleman in ever sense of the word RICH MENS GIFTS ARE POOR besides this I want to go on recordas saying that I regard0 Electric Bitters as one of the great est gifts that God has made to women writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center N Y I can never forget what it has done for men1 This glorious medicine giver a woman buoyant spirits vigor of body and jubilant health It quickly cures Nervous ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try them 5oc at Chas c Davis LOOKING ONES BEST Its a womans delight to look her lies t but pimples skin eruption sores and boils rob life of joy Listen Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes Cold Sores Cracked Ups Chapped SALE I or one of my deputies will on Monday Dec 27ta 1909 itbeing County Court day between the hours of 9 a m and 4 oclock p m sell to the highest bidder the following tracts of land to satisfy taxes and cort against same R L McFERRON S R C District No i Cox G B 2 acres Owens tax and cost Cummins J B acre land near Pete Cummins tax and cost 4 61 Kerby J D IQ acres land near F B Kerby 2 yr 5 29 Owens Mort 2c acres land near Maret Waren tax and cost 4 09 Pear Maret 48 acres land near C C Jones tax and cost 3 00 Riddle J G 60 acres land near J W Riddle tax and cost 8 20 Stokes J W one acre land near Green Cox tax and cost 3 1907 1908 and 1909 yearsI Stephens W F 65 acres tax and cost 6 7o Thomas W K 5 acres land near Geo Doan tax and cost 358 District No 2 1909 Fuquay Shirley 3o acres land near J L Jones tax and cost5 25 Harrace Jones hrs 35 acres land near Wm Dowell tax and cost District Blazer Bro Hart 59 acres land near Mat Peg tax and cost 5 60 Berry John 25 acres land near Robert Smith tax and cost 3 52 Isaacs Johns acres land near J C Plumer tax and cost 2 53 Knuckles Sal 22 acres land near Wm Kirby tax and cost 4 89 Mobley Sarah heirs 22 acres land near Wm Kirby tax and cost 2 77 Moore Wm 37 acres land near Tom Mink tax and cost 10 26 Saylor Sarah heirs 8b arces land near Kirby tax and cost 5 39 Scroggins heirs 500 acres land near JJ Wood tax and cost 12 28 Thomas E C 8 acres land near W Thompson tex and cost 4 48 Vance Mary E 50 acres land near Thos Kidmore 4 yrs tax 1906 1607 1908 and 1909 tax and ccst 8 86 Pence Thomas 4Q tcr lind I t A Established i1887 fi i p WHAT TO BUY FOR CHILDRN d Large doll or tool case Nice piano or toy bank Large trunks or croquet sets Toy bed or base ball game t goroundToyDoll hats or toy games ABC blocks or toy Lowneys Candies from 500 Visit The BazaarI V I ih s2lC E J 4iairrDruggist Mt Vernon Kry 4iAdaughter postmaster Livingston daysMrs Livingston EIEvans iiebl asIdutiesIMr regularI infrreHents lC82J10E1XA Christmas TO a Handsome to Christmas Daughter whichI SowIvisitI this1weeL expidition forilea SHERIFFS 1909I i NI everything cents near Chas Wren tax and cost 4 09 District No 4 Abram Chas 200 acrs land near W H Sherer tax and cost 7 10 Anglin Tink 130 acres land near Pies Hampton tax and cost 13 67 Anglin J C 40 acres landnear W M Hallensworth tax and cost 2 55 Bales Fred 50 acres land uear J H Lambert tax and cost 7 10 Baxters heirs 100 acres land near R A Swinford tax and cost 5 19 Blazier Frank 95 acres land near- S be Croucher tax and cost 10 55 Cain S S 50 acres land near E Croucher tax and cost 4 61 Cole Bige 12 acres land near Spencer Abnev ta x and cost 4 09 Cope J Si6o acres land near T D Miller tax and cost for year i9o8 8 42 Cope Jas 30 acres landnear T D Miller tax and cost for year 1908 3 55 doucher J A 56 acres land near H Rbwell tax and cost 5 61 Croucher W D 30 acres land near J E Croucher tax and cost 3 69 Croucher Vina 2 acres land near Grandison Clark tax and cost 251 Forsithe Jessie 30 acres lard near Sam Rose tax and cost 3 85 Gadd Charley 75 acres land near Granison Clark tax and cost for year 1908 8 oo Gadd Cale 35 acres land near A S Gadd tax and cost 3 70 Gadd I S 35 acres land near Wm Gadd tax and cost 4 09 Gadd Henry 60 acres land near Taz Gadd tax and cost 6 15 Garrett Done 86 acres land near J is Baker tax and cost 3 03 Gilbert A f 90 acres land near Chas Abrams tax and cost for 1908 1909 12 28 Pointer Emmett 5o acres land near I M Todd tax and cost 6 70 MilleJ W L 30 acres landnear T j Miller tax and cost for yearsI 1908 and 7909 McGuire A J 50 acres land near R A Swinford tax and cost 5o9 Northern WE 60 acres landj rV Mat Northern tax pq cost 515 1RobertChestnut t 1908 1909 TI 50 Purkey W M 40 acees land near J R Richmond tax and 565Shearernear W S Shearer tax and cost year i9o8 7 00 Sigmon Savanah 60 acres land near Henry Lutes tax and cost 8 18 Smith W B 400 acres land near H Hamlin tax and cost 10 70 Tropper John oo acres land near J J Martin tax and cost 36o J VanWinkle J H 4 acres land near Jas Grant tax andcost2S5 District NO5 Angel Dick 20 acres land near Wyatt Allen tax and cost a3 56 Ash M D 210 acres land near t L J Scott tax and cost 10 84 Baker Robert 50 acres land near C C Shephard tax and cost 4 05 Burnett Boone 30 acres land near Rachel Ponder tax and cost 7 24 Bishop James 185 acres land near Sam Allen tax an l cost 6 45 Bonds May 50 acres land near A Ponder tax and cost 4 06 Bales Thomas 40 acres laud near Jones Durham tax and cost 2 45 Cotton W G 50 acres land near Spencer Mullins tax and cost 4 86 Carpenter Felin 75 acres land near Jones Durham tax and cost 19081909 6 80 Daughertv Tom 400 acres land near J R Rob rts tax and cost for 1907 Igo8 1969 22 15 Drew Hiatt 25 acres land near Bob Tanksley tax and cost 3 55 v Durham W M 37 acres laud near R L Reeoe tax and cost 4 08 Gray Steve 16 acres land near Mort Falin Tax and cost 3 58 Head Thomas 20 acres laud near Vanzaot tax and cost 4 85 Johnston W C 75 acres land near Julia Ballard tax and cost for 1908 8 66 Mullins Sarah Ann 175 acres land near George Mullins tax and cyst 587 r Mullins Walter 125 acres lands near C C Shephard tax and cot 19071 1908 and 1909 17 08 Barnett PTso acres land near C C Shepherd tax and cost 6 to r Continued w fourth rr j bJ j A- a BIG COLLECIIUN OF GOODS 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 stockof good and which we are selling at the best price offered by any store in Mt i Vernon x We have the goods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete and well selected stock we v i invited all to visit our store examine our goods get prices and see for yourselves whether we are rightor wrong It i costs nothing to look and we are only too glad to show what we have whether you buy or not We few i i i quote a prices fr aV v x i 1F Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two essentials as well as style are found in the Shield Grand garment built to meet every possible requirement demanded by artfulrdesigning furnish the style A cold- winter I day will prove the reliability- of the Shield Overcoats Shield Brand Overcoats The top notch of style and quality Sold in seven grades rangmgfrom V 2000 the highest Each garment bears two shields one gives price proteceionLook v It means satisfaction lljl GUARANTEED This is the label that is sewed to inside of the coat collar at all times All genuine Shield garments either mens Ihyouthaorboysaresomarked IiiI1VIE1VS SUITS From 1000 to 180 I BOYS SUIS From 150 to 500 tlr MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Dec 10 190g Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Advertising rates made known on application f MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It fAGt1E f MISS McCORD ON THE KySCHOOL QUESTION ig i i Mt Vernon Ky Dec 1St 1909 Sf Mr Editor As the time is drawing near twen we must decide as to the nature ot the work of Brown Memorial School for another year apd in order to provoke such dis cussions of the question as will result in that course of action which will best further the cause of education in Rockcastle county not only for the present but as we look to the future it may not be cut of place that we should state to people generally what we have from time to time during the first year stated to the County Superin tendent and others concerning our attitude toward the Public Schools We are in full sympathy with every movement which tends to improve the public schools of the state and wish to co operate in every effort to bring Rockcastle County to the front in educational platters We believe that whatever may bave been the demand for the school at the time Brown Memorial was founded and during the years it has been carrying on graded school work there seems j tot e now no reason why any xPrivate school should be doing this work Wedo not say this from any wedesireifivebeen carrying nor frpm any hck ofappreciation of the cordia sipport and cooperation you have given us nor from any feeling of disappointment in the school itself which has steadily grown in num ers and interest during the past year having now a much larger attendance than ever before at thii time of year and good prospect hr the coming term but we fee that Mt Vernon is abundantly abl and ought to maintain a good graded public school with a sufficient number of teachers to take care of the grades through the first twelve years of the gen ral school system which includes the four years of High School work This is just the work Brown Memorial is doing It has not been our intention to continue High Schoolwork after such s course has been provided for by a County or City High School but rather to devote our attention especially if we continue graded school work at all to pre paring students for the High School Comparatively few in the rural districts are at present ready for it Our first and greatest need it seems to us is to strengthen the work of the elementary schools throughout the county supplying them with teachers who are able to take their pupils through the eighth grade and who will inspire in them a desire to pursue their studies further We are glad to say that this need is more and more being realized in the teachers ol the country schools The relation of a graded Public School in Mt Vernon to the County High School is a subject which will need to be discussed but which we can not take up here and now Often daring the past year this remark has been made to us We do not think the New High School will hurt your school but that it seems to us is not the question at issue but rather does the fact that Brown Memorial is doing graded school work hinder Mt oflPublicScbool Would it not be better that we give up the day school work turning our building on Rich mond St over to the public school This we are ready and anxious to do just as Soon as proper steps can be taken to establish such a graded school as will adequately meet the educational demands of J t 1 1 f OVERCOATSCJ Have you examined our line of overcoats especially our IllieofIlRain Coats We have them from 800 to 150I ODD PANTS W have them in endless quantities to fit all sizes from Ici 4200 to 500 x UNDERWEAR 1VIens Underwear 50c to Jv Ladies Underwear 50c to L25X Childrens Underwear for all ages EKRUEGER SON00J l i1 the Cntl1I lull h This will we rn a special tax ItI will cost tie community more than the present are mgement It costs moneyzye iuci earnest effort and putting aside of selfish interests to run a good school hut money invested in schools is the vest in vestment which can possibly be made Mt Ven oi hythe grid men u rvhi i4 tni iht resp MiV vs p P Die School can ctOI take Vt necessary steps to insure having the school iu operation next fall We do the more freely urge this action upon you realizing that possibly many ot you may feelas we do that such action should betaken but have hesitated to advo cite it from a sense of loyalty to Brown Memorial School While if such feeling exists we appreciate it we wish say t hat it must not stand in the way Not what we want but what we ought must be our standard As to whether we continue our work here along other lines is a question apart from this of our relation to tbePublic School and one which we will be glad to discuss at some qther time Nothing is ever settled until it is settled right Let us with determined united effort settle this question of a graded Public School iu Mt Vernon in such a way as will result in the greatest good to the greatest number In the interest of the children and for the cause of education in Rockcastle courity lam Cordially yours ROSE MOCORD A woman went into a news t APerofficeand wished to advertise for her husband who had disappeared When told that they charged two dollars an inch she went out saying it would break her up at that rate as her husband was over six feet long A man who has kept count of the number of kisses exchanged with his wife since their uplon consents to its publication as follows First year 355000 econd year 16000 third year 1650 fourth year 120 fifth year 2 He then left off keeping the record 04SToa A giift lipatnt tl Y Iln regards to our schools pa e its have duties to perforn j which they can ill afford to neglect They should show to their children that they have sm interest in the school They should examit e Iaietujly the reportent bythe teacher should see that their children are in school every diy and punctual should alit and 11Irttc nr Hi prompt rr their children home after school is dismissed should- n ka friend v visit to the s ht V land talk freely with the teacher and priacipl in regard to same Wa Bu- yFURS Hides sad Wool Feathers Tallow Boesws Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root MayApple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers established in13560verhalfacentury In Louisville and do better than agents or commission merchants any pricelistM Sabel R Sons 229 Market St POSTED We whose names appear below forbid hunting or tres passingbh our premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty T H Coffey 7 J Smith- D L Carter Ky Freestone Co P Y Hunt Tilraan Frith- J C Gibbs Ance Borein J BCummins J H Reynolds Jos W Moore Mrs Alice Moore Lee Coffey John Leece- G Frith Smith Prewett- H S Joe Coffey Alvah Maret David Hysinger Mrs Josie Davault Jerry Rash NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficialef fects o- fScotts Emulsion in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nour ishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send name of paper and this ad for our beautiful SoTinca Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Lack Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SL New York We owe it to the communiy in which we live to do everything we vita in every way possible that wilt be to its advantage Our neigh bors prosperity means a great deal more to us than someones who lives elsewhere We should bear this in mind in buying our goods We can afford to pay our home man a firm price for his wares rather t han send our money away knowing as we do that every dollar our citizens make will help nsubstainiug our schools churches and institutions It pays richlvto patronize home industry Fads for Weak Ninetenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis ease of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can be curedis cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription ft Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restora tive tonic for the whole It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors aad so abhorrent to every modest woman We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incideat to women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms aad means of positive cure are referred to the Peoples Com men Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages newly revised and uptodate Edition sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing inly or in cloth biadiag for 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Yo r2 SHOES We carry the Hamilton Brown and Walk- Over suoes and there are none better made every one knows and will testify who has Ias worn them r FOR MEN 350 to 500 FOR LADIES 200 to 350 NOTIONS If it is notions you want we have them and v our price is right If you dont see what you callfor itwe will supply your wants t Ar Women = Pr r e Savings Account y Many persons keep their money here as a permanent A vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals inifed As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are Q idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the S entire amount at any time With a determination to save you IT are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts f jf as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON iINCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY A ISp ci oafe I We are offering a Special Sale on Clothingand in his lot of clwt lung are some of the best Bargains ever oftere in the county tf Mens 15 Suits go for Cll Boys Suits in proportion Every customer who buys anything from us gelsi t a coupon which is afterwards exchanged for a on it 25 talking machine Alwashask for coupon J J STOKES V PS Ve have good Shingles for sale at 250 per thousand or rL r7 fb1 r 3 j 3JcGRANVILLE OWENS WI IUNDERTAKER L s t Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE Collins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele f3 phone orders Promptly Fi11e tI f lf 1 y1T VERNON SINAL 11T VERNON KY Dee ro L909 FCallup No when want to Communi with SIGNAL 79 t t R R Co TIME TABLE a 22 north 455 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a m 2f South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mr Alvah Maret is not expected to live but a few days Sam Coffey of the Wildie section v was in town Saturday Miss Anne Tate was in Brodhead Saturday and Sunday G W Gentry Jr has been very sick for a few days Geo Furgersoa has had a very W sick baby for several days Geo Owens is thinking of moving to town in the near futureMiss Cora Griffin visited relatives in Brodhead form Friday until SundayG Gentry Sr and family will leave tomorrow night for Oklahoma Mrs Jim Purcell visited her daughter Mrs G C Price first of the week Mrs Mary Uonn whom we re ported very sick last week we are glad to say is better Mr Joseph Pryor of Louisville was the guest Sunday of the family of Atty C C Williams C B McKenzie attended the burial Tuesday of his cousin Joe Thompson of Preachersville Miss Alzi Tbomuson went to Preachersville Monday to attend the burial of iJoe Thompson Mr and Mrs Jonas McKenzie oJwent to GarTard Sunday on account of the illness of their nephew Joe Thompson Messrs Sam and Mose Payne of Tennessee have returned home after a two weeks visit to their sister Mrs Searcv O V Jarrett has moved his family to Russell Springs Russell t county where he has a good pusi Lion with a large spoke concern LOCAL Nw phone Mt Vernon Grocers Co 56 I J P Lechleiter has sold his propeny to the Riilroad company and we understand will move to Illinois Nothing is more appropriate for a Xmas present than a nice rocker and we have them SB McKENZiE CO Mrs Sue Butner moved yesterday to Willis Adams ProPerty known as the Albright residence r where she will continue running a boarding house Bad luck has struck us on every 1side this week and under the cir r cumstances we are fortunate in be- ingk able to give to our readers i even a semblance of a paper By experience and training wet are prepared to do the best 01 r watch and jewelry repairing If you need anything in our line give r us a call Shop over Peoples Bank We guarantre our work Nov 191 F L MOORE IDixie Camp No 12444 M W have regular meeting at Mt Vernon Monday night Dec 13th at 730 oclock Business of importance All Neighbors are re quested to be present- S C FRANKLIN Consul NOTICEI have moved to Mr Adams property on West Main where I will continue rayboarding house and will be better prepared for the accomodation ofmy customers I ask a continuance- of the patronage given me in the i past Mus SUE BDTNER Coffins robes andmonuments Are all I have to sell I hope you will never need them For I wish 5 ou well But if you have to have them Come around my way I will let you have them Cither night or daycGEO OWENS Mt Vernon Ky I Next Monday is Circuit Court Freshmeat is going at 8 cts with some few asking 84 and 9 Somerset went ttlin 10I cal option election TuesdayILondon is to tory Mr W R Murphy being the promoter Dont fail to read the article contributed by Miss McCord on school it is worth your consideration It is nearing thrj close of the year what about that unpaid subscription We need the money and we need it badly When you want a good stove or hardware of any kind come to us wewill save you money- S B McKENZIE Co T have received December draft for teachers Please callat ouce as I shall be down and out Jan 1st Respectfully yours G M BALLARD Supt Quite a number of the masons from here attended the meeting of Dudley lodge Saturday evening all report a splendid time Plenty to eat was one of the features There will be a Xmas tree at Baptist and Christian churches and the College will have exercises at the school We oppose the dates will be arranged so as not to con filet all the way round Joe Thompson son of Mr and Mrs J J Thompson of Preach ersville who took poison with suicidal intent is dead He leaves a young wife who was a Miss Cummins Young Thompson was 22 years of age For every purchase made from me and for any repair job in my line watches clocks jewelry spectacles machine needles bands shuttles etc Iwill give ONE RED CROSS XMAS stamp l S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky Mr Joseph Hinsel aged sixty nine years died Monday Mr Hanselwas helping slaughter hogs when he was overtaken witha strok of paralysis and lived only two hours He was a brother to our townsman Mr Z T Hansel The burial took place Wednesday in the family burying ground P H Shutts was in Monday and ivery much dissapointedwith the attitude Mi Vernon people or at least some of them on the pike question Mr Shutts offers 1000 to this pike and he says if M Vernon does not want it re proposes to give Brodhead a trial and if it comes to that just watch Brodhead come to the front Deputy Collector F P Elliot US Marshall George C Tnomp son and Frank Mullins captured still last week near Goochland in Rockcastle county and arrested William White The evidence on trial before Judge George C Moore was sufficient to hold him under bond for his appearance at the May term of the U S CourtLond- on Democrat Mt Vernon Is to have electric lights within the next few months Mr S W Davis is be hind the enterprise and says it will be ago He will leave for Louis yule about Jan 1st to spend a month in the electrical shops purchase his dynamo etc necessary for installing and about Feb1st work of installing will be beguu in earnest The franchise for light and water was sold two weeks ago Mr Davis being the purchaser and on Saturday night the town boardcontracted for six arc lights all that Mr Davis asked for to make the plant a certainty Mr Davis is already at work on plans and assures us that it will put through just as soon as possible Judge PD Colyer of Crib Orchard and Mrs Fannie B Mar tin of Cynthiana were married in the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel here this morning at 1130 oclock theRev I J Spencer of Central Christian church officiating The ceremony was witnessed by Mr and Mrs Dan R Kimbrough ot Cynthiana Mrs Kimbrough be ing a sister of the bride and a few other persons Judge Colyer was formerly Judge of the Rockcastle County Court and resided at Mt Veanon He te now a travelin j salesnuu fur ibe Daniel Biiscbe Co a large dry hoods establishment of Knoxville lenu The bride is a daughter of JamesVhaJen who resided in the vicinity at Cynthiana and MillersburgLexington Cor Courier Journal eoo e0- N e0- ee s e AT lS e e i GIdrA u u S e Iig t tt XiIP e i e re r 1 s S e s We are showing some very useful things which he would appreciate People are buying more I e Si useful presents for their friends this year than ever before I e- S 0 1 e i FOLLOW THE CROWD r S 1 e- o 0 m ITO OUR STORE AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN e j e- S g i SUITS OVERCOATS SHIRTS im r1v gi COLLARS TIES SOX iig e eeoSUSPENDERS HANDKERCHIEFS GLOVES ig e o AND MANY OTHEi THINGS FOR HIM WE CAN PLASE YOUAND HIM I 04eoSSToDaye g o SUITSoAN- DOVERCOATS 0 eoQ 750 up to 2000 oe 09 mS leeeeeee eeeeleetzly 50O0Oe000o0e000000eae0 C000 ae Ieee e0se TAX PAYER COMES AGAIN Mt Vernon Ky Dec gth 1909 To the Editor We have lived in Mt Vernon mnny years and she has always suffered from one thing and that wasthat the foremost men in brains and mdney have failed to do any work for the building up or advancement of our community How many of our leading citizens Ue pronounced in their views and active in their support of our schools How many have their coats off and sleeves rolled high working for the advancement of education in our midst How many of our men this year have visited the publio school or college and tendered a word of encourage ment and support to the children and teachers x And yet we have plenty of fine material for just such work if they would only wake up and go at it What merchant or business man is fighting hard for the elevation and bautification ot our town The ladies thank the Lordare getting one eye open and they have begun aii organization for home and schools We take off our hat to them and say with all the earnestness of our soul God bless you women in such a noble work and may He prosper you in your efforts to improve conditions The trouble is that every man seems to be working for himself and is totally indifferent to the welfare of his own family and the community at large and yet they tail ito have any thing like the proper conception of the best way to advance their own interests which is and always has been to help tne entire people along as you help yourself No first class citizen will live for himself alone He owes a big debt to his community which he can only pay in taxes kindly advice and active work m advancing the moral intellectual and commercial interests of his town and county Our leading men owe it to themselves their business their own children and to the people generally to buckle on the armor of activity and aUp l USSee eSe e S SSSSSSs SSSSSSSSaiSSSSSSSS S-eesevsaoosooaeoooeeeee 3 Oe 01 e0 0 e1e e see 09 0 oor There is not a man here so chuck full of business but what he has plenty of time to meet with his fellow townsmen during the evening and devise ways and means by which both the town and county will prosper the great cause of education be advanced business be improved and the town made more sanitary cleanly and beautiful Mr Bu iuees Man what do you say TAXPAYER LosTA bunch of keys with E Lechleiters name on them Finder willreceive reward By bringing same to this office Dont these cold nights remind you that you need a good comfort or blanket Come to us for them We have the line S B McKENZIE Co At the coroners inquest on the body ofa woman who was drowned in a well the husband testified III saw her when she leaned over the curb and tumble in and I was going to help her out but just then I saw the cow among the cabbages and I thought Id drive her out first Mrv orter known nuff to hang on till I got there II Encourage eery home enter prise Take an interest in every industry invest liberally in the stock of faith and goods wiltand distribute it all over your city in every factory every work shop every business house It will pay you large dividends and will cost very little It can neverdepreciate aboveIyour merchants for them Wear home made garments eat homemade articles of food Sleep on home made beds read home made newspapers Iq this way the money you spendris only loaned agamIyour merchants and manufactuiers 1they are the bone and sinew of your municipal structure Stand by your churches and your t schools they are the hopes of press4itis i1a yogi 1 COVE Mrs G M Ballard visited her bother Mrs Eliza P Cook Saturday and Sunday Green Riddel visited his brother Rev James Riddell this weekGeo Cook and Geo Bell of Jellico have re turned home alter a two weeks huntSupt G M Ballard passed here Saturday on his way to Big Hill to visit his motherMr and Mrs L G Falin visited homefolks here this week Gettr is working at LivingstonMrs Egan of Green Hill is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Marion TreadwayChas Adams is able at last to resume his work after a siege of typhoid Ell Saylor of Wildie is visiting B B Taylors family this weekThe regular church services and bible class conducted by Rev James Riddell were held last Sunday John Treadway who is working at Middlesboro writes that he will be home for the bolidaysRev Lo gan Owens will preach at the Cove school house next SundayOn the last day of our school Christmas eve day we will have a closing exercise and also a Christmas exer cise The interest and attendance has not lagged a fact for which we are grateful Our average attend ance is good considering the many drawbacks and we wish to close our school wish a service of good will and thankfulness and would be glad to see as many of the patrons out as can possibly get to the school house Friday morning Dec 24th The Womans Club isa new organization which we fully expect to do a great work for our town The club meets this evening with Miss McCord and their aim is to discuss and strive to accomplish that which will be of the greatest good to the town and all of its peo ple One step wont take you very faryouve got to keep on walk ing one word wont tell folks what you areyouve got to keep on talking one inch wont make you very tallyouve got to keep wontIt it Wt j ii BOYS FINE SUITSe ANDlOVERCOATSeE IOOlupto595 I 0 SSsseSsWSSSSeeeee ssSSSsSSss SsSSSsi h 000Va000a0YO000000000000 e It is all Vf well when you have nothing todo but kill time to talk about keeping the boys on the farm but you might as well spend your time spitting at a crack Boys will stay ou a farm as well as anywhere if they receive decent treatment at home The boy who is yanked out of bed by the hair kicked out to milkand cuffed in to breakfast as a pre liminary to being popped through in the field all day is not likely to be consumed by his love for the glories ofagriculturenor for his sire Give the boy a fair show and hell stay with you till the cows come home If you are so mean he cant stay at home dont you go to your neighbors with a hypocrit ical snuffle and tell about your boys ingratitude after you have raised him CASTORIAor r t The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the iWature of C A good joke on an editor who went one evening to report a party at a home recently blessedwith a new baby He met his hostess at the door and after the usual saluations he nsked after the babys health The lady who was quite deaf and suftering with the grippe thought he was asking after her coldand answered that although she usually had one every winter this was the worst one she ever had it kept her awake at night a greatv deal and at first confined her to bed Then noticing that the news paper man was getting nervous she said she could tell by his looks that he was going to have one just like hers and asked him to go in aad sit down Royal I Baking Powder is the Igreatest of time and labor- S t S savers to thepastry cook 1Y Economizes flour butter J and eggs and makes the O food digestible and healthful OP4L141- OM00WDLfl WMakes most healthful food No alum no lime phosphates = The only baking powder madeJfrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar For Coughs Take This Do you know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy years old There is oneAyers Cherry Pectoral Once in the family it stays It is not a doctor does not take the place of a doctor It is a doctors aid Made for the treatment of all throat and lung troubles Ask- your own doctor his opinion of lt Follow his advice No alcohol in this cough medicine JcAyercoLoweliMass Y if bowels are constipated Ayers PiUs are gently lu f7lti Askvourdactorullabouttvsf 7lifJ t t t SI 4 f l Eat What d You want of the food you need Kodol will digest itr You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and mole than i lthis you need to fully digest it j r Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it is weak to You must eat in order to live and 1 dL maintain strength = You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a suffic 1 4 r lent amount of food regularly t But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly if When the stomach cant do it cryou must take something that will help tliestomaeh The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol digest the food- Nothingr r else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help 1 j you must help it by giving it rest and Kodol will do that Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after using the entire bottle the drug gist will reund your money to you without question or delay We will pay the druggist the prico of the bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one in aIfamily We could not afford to make such an offer unless we positively knew what Kodol will do for you Itwould bankrupt us The dollar bottle contains 2J5 times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is made atthelaboratorles of E C DeWitt CO1 Chicago I Sold by CHAS C DAVIS y WideAwake People rf Are the ones that buy the thing r they need at the time th yneed So bear in mind we iithave every thing you K 1 need in the Drug r J Wvay rf- 1ZIDrugs Medicines jCL Stationery Toilet Ar CT 3 tides Perfumes Paints L and Oils Hot or cold So l 3 da water C DAVIS W iCHAS X Phone 89 = O- Or lt UNQ TAK s m Our line of Couch Uas r is unexcelled etsI l Handmade Coffins tltheAll orders by wire Promptly Filled f WI All COX IPhoneft 94S MT VERNON KY If tttt11ttt1r7ji 1ftt1t t1tPl9l i 1i tYt91414tlii9i4li4tlt f iiF41 I M VERNON O DflSKET DO PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EIffBALMEIIS = 2 3it Mt Vernon Ky 3 E COUCH ETALIC CASKETS o i = Coffins and Robes jg Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of J E work for the company = r 1 =Orders bywre promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points r3 ti GEORGE OWEWS Manager J E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building it 1 UllUlmmUHlI1IHmU1U1UUlUlI1IlU1UI1UUUllUUlll1m J rti tt j3cc3 v i 1 Wnat ave You to Snow for Your 4LABORS I TDe only witness you have is the money you save A person able to earn money is with the Peoples ft Bank also capable of saving a part of it t The right way is to send orbdngwhatmon yyou can spaTe to the bank for safe keeping The right time is when you get your pay for yoar labor count out what you owe vand send balance to Peoples Bank rather than carry It JV1I c about with you and after having started a hank ac J c endeomitht for you will be able to meet future obligations and emer J iJi gencieS and sicL ness V fJr k Yours very truly PEOPLES BANK r 3C863 5f Y lf it r J sII JI 0 SHERIFFS SALE Cbntihted from first page j Mullins Mod 330 acres of land near Mrs j G Mullins tax and 15iMcGuire Effey 225 acres land near Car Allen tax and cost 12 17 Mullins L D Nick 60 acres land near Taylor Mullins tsx and cost for 1908 1909 7 75 Metcalf Ben 18 acres land near Sollie Griffin tax and cost for 1907 4 5 2 McLarge W M7ffoes land near Thos Head tax and cost for 1907 1909I 10 23 Owens John 10 acres landnear Owen Allen tax and cost for 1908 1909 6 75 Reece R T 65 acres land near Tom Philher tax and cost 4 62 Shepherd C C TOO acres land near Sick Barnett tax and cot for igov 8 and 9 24 62 Singleton Willis 50 acres laud near John R Alcorn tax and cost for I9I7 8 and 9 8 78 Thomas Rev 75 acres land near Jalie Adams tax and cost 5 15 Thomas John 25 acres land near McLarge tax and cost for 1908 and 1909 7 24 District No 6 Anderson W F 84 acres land near G W Anderson tax and cost 7 40 Clark Henry 100 acres land near Jack Abney tax and cost for rgob and 1909 13 42 Clark Garfield 140 acres land nenr Vil1 ohnson tax and cost or 1907 6 and 9 35 73 Coffee Joe 100 acres land near Alvy Maret tax and cost 17 34 Helton Charles 2 acres land near A G Helton tax and cost for 1907 and 7 19 Hickey Craig 10 acres land near W A Hickey tax and cost for 1908 and 9 5 21 Hickey T R 25 acres land near D Gray tax and cost 6 70 Laswell Jerry 50 acres land near David Laswell tax and cost for 1907 and 9 16 74 Mullins Dave 3 acres of land near B G Mullins tax and cost 4 25 Mullins Emleys heirs 100 acres land near T R Mullins tax and cost 9 72 Robinson Seven J 80 acres land near W F Anderson tax nd cost 6 15 Retford Alex 50 acres landnear John McHarune tax and cost 5 15 E j Williams one town lot in Orlando tax and cost 6 45 Woods J L 10 acres land near Owen Allen tax and cost 4 90 District No 7 Pennington Larkin i acre land near J Boreing tax and cost 5 15 Ponder Thomas nr 37 acres lana near J W Ponder tax and cost 2 75 Rich Mrs M J i acre land near Jim Hanks 4 og Shadwell Will nr 42 acres land near M Durham tax and cost 3 55 Smith W Tnr one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 4 o5 Williams Chas i acre landnear Jim Collins tax and cost 3 22 Hanks Jas i near John Gentry tax and cost 3 56 Cash Mat 30 acre land near S F Sams tax and cost 3 55 Crawford J C 140 acres land near Joe Griffin tax and cost 6 09 Durham John H 25 acres near Joe English tax aud cost 4 64 Elmore E S nr one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 5 60 Hanks W R i acre land near Lige Wallin tax and cast 615 Hellard Geo 30 acres land near H shell tax and cost 461 Hacknev heirs nr too acres land near J C McGuire tax and cost 3 03 Jones John 50 acres land near Caleb Cope tax aud cost 6 62 Marshal Gabe nr 50 acres land near W M French tx and cost 3 03 Martin Tom 50 acres land near Alice French tax and cost 4 09 May Chas 5o acres land near J W Pondertax and cost 5 15 MorganH M 19 acres near Wm Naffer tax and cost 3 83 Mullins Wm 15 acres land near Robert Jewel tax and cost 383 Nichols W Tnr one town lo in Livingston tax and cost to 1907 8 and 9 11 4 Bustle heirs 100 acres land near J P French tax andcost 4 15 Johnson R M59 acres land near G W Decker tax and cost 3 03 Mjze Humphry nr too acres laud tear JhL Cooper tax and COltIt V 3 03 Whitaker heirs 60 acres Un near J L Cooper tax and cost for two years 8 21 DiMtictNbio Baity Win beitsjone town lot in Brodhead tax anft cost 3 38 rf JMuiM Cuter J 9 landne- arI J I L t iFrank Robins tax and cost 4 53 Ma field Cor Jia 25 acres land star W Rustle tax and cast 2 45 Hall W in go acres land near Wm Mopin two vr tax and cost I H 10 Halcomb B D 75 acres lipid 82IIKin M CY ur 2 acres near W Jp King tax and cost 3 55 Lynch W H one town lot in Brodhead tax and cost 671F Paragan Robert nr town lot InI Brodhead tax and cost 3 85 iPrcbett V13 28 acres land near J Winklir tax and cot 5 14 Less Wm 50 acres of land near A J Haggard tax and cost 4 10 District No u Abnenys Johns heirs 80 acres land hear Elijah Abney tax and cost 4 58 A ranis Lewis 8 acres land neT Frank Dooilev tax arH co t 5 71 uearlManonBalliuger Julia 50 acres land near Jim Childress tax and cost 3 03 Chasteen W J 160 acres land near Wesley Abney tax and cost for 1908 and 9 10 65 Hines D 37 acres land near Johnetta tax and cost 7 54 Jordan Riley ID acres land near Jack Abney tax and cost for 1908 and 9 7 85 McGuire Rufus 50 acres laud near Joe Wilson tax and cost 4 05 Mullins W D deceased 100 acres land near Ap Laswell tax and cost 6 92 Parker Mary C 50 acres land near Jas Bowman tax and cost 4 o9 Parker W M 15 acres land near Tom Holt tax and cost for 1908 and 9 4 70 Peters W F B 70 acres land nearjSid Asbel tax end cost 5 15 Reynolds Dock 70 acres land near E Abney tax and cost b 18 ALONE IN SAW MILL AT MIDNIGHT Unmindful of dampness draft storm or coldJ Atkins worked as Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last he had to give up work Ha tried many remedies but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I want back to work as well as ever Severe Colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throats and sore Lungs Hemorrages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medicine soc and roo Trial bottle free guaranteed by Chas C DavisWAITEDI want all the pro duce I can get and will pay the highest market trice end will pay cash T M DEES Oct 23 tt Livingston Ky The symptoms of kidnev trouble re urinary disorders weak back and backahe rheumatism and rheumatic pain and twinges pains in the groinr etc There is nothing as good for kidney and bladder trouble as DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills You may depend upon them to give entire satisfaction They are antiseptic act promptly and soothe pain Sold by Chas C Davis There seems to be little doubt that the President will lay before Congress at an early date the facts as to the Nicaraguan situation with a view to receiving authority for any further steps he may see fit to takefW A Carson WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our work js guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M antifacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEQ OWENS Prpr F4 r a ae r a drum NEWS ITEMS Judge James Breathitt Aftom y General has written an opinion in which he holds that the Builej Tobacco and Insurance Cone pan is illegally incorporated Judge Bre thitt sis a single corporation magnet do both a mercantile and in businessTestimony introduced Satur day at the Coroners inquest on the Cherry mine horror tendi g to sbow that the fire was started by Mat Francisco an inexperienced boy of fifteen whoas working in the mine in allegedviolathn of the childlabdr lawIOn the authority of President Frank T Hawley of the Switch mens Union oi North Arneuca it was announced at St Paul tbat if the railroad mina ers isist on crushing the switchmens union by the importation ot nonunion men there is a possibility of a general strike STUNG FOR 15 YEARS by Indigestions pangs trying many doctors and 20000 worth ui medicine in vain B F Aysctie of In ieside N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills and writes they wholly cured him They cure Constipation Bilious ness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c at Chas C Davis dIn an effort to get Great Britain rescind its order forbidding the entry of mail bearing Red Cross Christmas stamps the State De partment has cabled to Ambassa dor Reid at London asking him to use his office in the matter The next time one of the children catch cold give it something that will promptly and freely but gently move the bowels In that way the cold will at once be driven out of the systen Kennedys Laxa tive Cough Syrup movns the bowels promptly and freely yet gently and at the same time heals irritation and stops the cough It is es pecially good for children Sold by Chas C Davis In conformity with the ruling of the Federal Court of Appeals two deputy marshals remain constantly with John R Walsh former presi dent of the Clo National Bank and accompany him to and from his office The best pills is DeVitts Little Early Risersthe safe easy pleas ant apd sure little liver pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the original Good for cuts burns or bruises and especial ly for piles Sold by C C Davis M L MYERS Dsntist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed t R IDENT MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed rodhead Marble Wor S BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY ieOFFICE On 2nd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 8- 0ic3 MeCLARY UIDEirUEBudEMUtMEIi Staiiford Ky rautrrncrat I nLretot PER CEN lstrllaLL T Th l ss st wOTlC 1 1 o sarj rV rGyforCoaS fip- a4oia h i1SO1lS ypi6 iiatnreaP rr Fee slc NDIY YORK f32Q parties un r Foarl Exact Copy of Wrapper CATORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have BoughtI Signature of I In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THI s i PRICES CUT i ON Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes Must go regardless of Cost v Dont fail to see our line defore you buy YJ McKENZIE SON Phone 93 xrr iNOT lOB 1 All of my goods consisting of V MEN iJJ BOYS CLOTHING OVERCOATS LADIES CLOAKS WILL BE SOLD AT COST EROM NOW UNTIL 1909Isell at auc tion to following goods DRY GOODS SHOES HATS ODD PANTS AND ODD COATS A C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY s In Bad Fix I had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers Ga- UI was unconscious for three days and after that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick feelingseel of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui Since taking Cardui I am so much better and can do all my housework Take CARDUI J41The Womans Tonic Do not allow yourself to get nto a bad fix You might get in so bad you would find it iiard to get out fBetter take Cardui while there is time while you are still inmoderately good health just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top condition- In this way your troubles whatever they are will grad k ually grow smaller instead of largeryou will be on the upgrade instead of the downand by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health Get a bottle at your druggists today r