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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j t I FridayTI Publishe l Every Ii VOLUME VERNON ROQKCASTLE COttNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 31 1909 r NUMBER 14 II t SAYS 19O9 TO 1+10 The Old PersonI wish you all kinds of prosperity during your term youthis youdwearing a long gray beard spectacles on your nose a seyen dol lar black suit badly wrinkled weigh u ear i the New hearicor- ner HereU Is a full hour after your 7 biwlirniei and yet you sitathere staring into the fire In front of the fire sat an old worn rybut as she watched the fitful flames ti I7 oneeould have read her thoughts iBut its excusable on this night the clock in soft tones r Heigho but its the last night of the weftofvLets see How many vyears have I seen come and go Fortyex jaeUy forty with this one Thats a long M time long time- The woman rocked gently to and fro and by and by the clock suddenly called out- What tears in your eyes Come now but thats no way to end the t year We are thinking of the same thing Yes he was a good and loving husband and Ill say this for both of you that I never heard an unpleasant word between youIt is 12 years 0since he died I could only look into his face as he lay on his dying bed and if ever heaven sent its light to lead a soulacYoss the dark valley rwas given to him I remember your tears and moans and sobs and you fprayed that death might come to you as well The wpman wped her tears an there was a feeling of suffocation a she let memory bring up the events clocafterdistinctly remember striking the last hour of 1903 Let me see Some one then wept with you at that bedside There was a son and a daughter Ah gentliyasstheir s deathbedmore crush you myselhalwere called to go The woman choked back her sobs u a 1 s ot eNs w f o Touni vnnn Idl1l XXIllMT ThesY daughW about sixtyfive pounds and carry thingumbobsthe egg Boiling And some will be sorry others glad that you are then ready to be succeeded by another fat little Infant 1911 Il1 u as 1t she were speaking the names of her dead ones For many mi vcs her reverie wat unbroken and sLe heard not the clock taok ticktack of the steady of teneleven suddenly called the clock The sen Ah I have become do I remember tl eday va woman a palo face and frightened eyes opened the loorafi9nainea you a letter which bore theiri3igniaofdeath Yon ope ed it with trembling fingers and rest moment you were like one dyad There were days and days when yon hovered between life and death and t for my part gave up all hopes DIe in a foreign land buried amore strangers over the sea It was a blow aimed at a heart twice brpken he woman covered her face am moaned in anguish and the lock con tinnedDont grieve so the dead are at rest forevermore Lifes mistakes ma need to be washed avay with tear but the dead reaped their reward yO are old sac roar and bralrefc but wh an tell what new friends the re year may raise up for you rI cauno tell you Jo forget the pastfor a mothers heart ever goes out for her dead out the new year may Lave more sunshine Come now I am about strike the old year out and the new year in Let us greet the new with smile of welcome as I countten- eleventwelvea happy NeW Year The woman did not move Heigho called the clock We have left the old behind j Her hauls had dropped beside her Dud her head had fallen Dead clicked the clock as the last faint echoes of his bell died away Doings the way to be happy but to begood and tc 1Vharlwould do the best thingl for them selves if all realizefl =hafc the only way to get out oflifeis tu put into glveebe helpful and the vay to gain life t to lose It for others andHhe way to ego up is to go down for The meek shall inherit the earth He that humbleth himself shall bb exalted It Is petty to live for self It is grand to live for friends but tis glorious to hasaids is tow rk for man H HH H A Pleaisarit Prospect Allover the land With their wish bones in hand The children are Wishing for Joys old andnew And its to see Just how laykfe- WiD be- When all of those Millions of wishes JCone true IIonMhGI d OJIIEAKirMlhr1Mw 1Nine absentminded C ORSA t 3M1 eti UlLZZ p f The Child of the Year 1Said the Child to the youthful Tear t hast thou In store for me 0 giver of beautiful gifts what cheer What Joy lost thou bring with thee My seasons four shall bring Their treasuresthe winters snows The autumns store and the lowers of spring And the summers perfect rose n Ssineriistsric Happenings of January r The first month In the vcir has al ways been a fateful ore In Enlph hlstorr but it began most srecially to be rerosnizetl as snh during the reign of Charles L It was on January 1642 that the attetrpt was made to thctenhhfbishop Land was be eaded and Jan uary 30 1G59 saw the kings own head laid upon the block There Is probably no act of parlla ment which has arer been the cause disdunion between Great Britain and Ire land This came utofarice upon Jan uary iSOlrJt was in the same month that Richard Trevithick the Cornish inventor perfected the first moveddThe great William Pitt the most able prime minister who ever conS kingdoml 1783bgreat rival Charles James Fox born In Jan sixmonthsOne of the greatest boons that a nation ever received from its govern ment was conferred upon Great Britain penuytinvented by Mr James Chalmers o Dundee six years previouslyand enveloplaterJanuary has for a long time past histcryRoyalwasliam of Prussia The German kaiser 159tdeathtcame an end on the twentyfirst of the month 1900 J ahallflaetthineDcar divineIfgiftTIsA liftToThaxterOnereignIIrEnglishVictoria died at 6J30 on the fateful evening In northern latitudes no nation fights in winter if it can possibly be avoided and yet January has seen some of the toughest struggles of mod ern war Janu11111871 holds the rec ord for J htlng During tha month there were no fewer than six terrific battles between the French and the Germans The last was Gen Trochus grand sortie from Paris which ended in his defeat and in the extinction of the last hopes of Paris and her citizens A Resolution I for New Years The noblest resolution that any citizen could make for the new year would be the resolution to live more faithfully by the golden rule that sub lime principle of conduct for this world and for all worlds Failure to live by this law causes the chief sot rows and collisions among men say t Edwin Markham im Success Let each earnest laaa search late his words and determined to find the special manner IB which be breaks Zgoldex ftaor bla apeclal habit that works injustice or uibappl ness in his shop his office his home thatinplacing tools and this hinders the work of his comrades that in the of hatftheeworthy competitors and thus Joins the gang of thieves who steal reputations that in the home he is In the habit o monopolizing the conversation and thus fails to draw out the powers df others that in the city he is in the habit of spitting on the sidewalk and thus spoils the comfort of his towns men that in business he is in the habit of misrepresenting his goods and thus robs under the coyer of cus tom THE RAILROAD BOYS By W M Owens Of late I am working under different mentAnd for a Company known as the affairsflitsMr Marls is good and true to his trust And with the employes tries to be just Lemons is lively and full of fun And tries to have a good time with every one When you go up stair who do you meet Billie Sams and Drummond Pete They are both good men I will veotureto say gButPete is andcontrary wants his way J Westerfield and Pupsy they work the first trick Both are lively but PupsY is s lick Bill Wright and Gregory they handle thetey Success to them both they are good to raei They know good language but handle slang x This is the history ofthedispatcbiugga 1ffi yW So dispatching boys I will bid you adieu Arid will have some hjng to say to Charlie and llugh r SAnd Hugh is assistant agent and works at night He handles the affairs and tries to do theSeyAndThen there is Falin thePine Hill man Who coppies as many orders as any oue can 5 iLThen there is Lee ohnsona mighty QOdinaDi He comes at passenger train time to do what hecinl ThenI come last but not least as you see But to save their lives they can t do without P I pick up papers and sweep the floor T A Arid wheelup coal tJntilI am sore I v I make the fires and look after li2bti f v And this bas to be done everynighi I x 4fNQw this is all I have to say Vrv 1 will write some more some otherMpy tV Ilike m job and like s But they find plenty for v y So foodbye boys I will ii For we areall as good were2bcfure l 1rz And tsbe good arid tour duties aU nd0 ti rAI1J arqrk tor the interisistof tke irttt I if Sz ir t BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The open meeting of the Girls Literary Society was held Tuesday evening Dec 21st at the chapel The following program was Members of Society Scripture reading Viola DeBord Reading of Minutes Clyde Watson Song Sweet Miss Mary Society Book Review Dickens Christmas Carol read by Miss Rae Hunt Piano Solo Sadie Richards Recitation Home Sweet Home n Virginia Martin u Htitne Sweec Home Lpuaua Whitehead Virginia Martin RelIrHiatt Bernice Landram Original story A Christmas Sur prise written by Blanche Cra wI lor read by Louise McCoy Recitation Kentucky Philosophy Ruth Mullins Essay Women centuary ago and today Frances Forbes Piano Solo Anna Mae Miller The Mouse Trap Mrs Somtrs Sadie Richards HendersontMrs Kerwn Frances Forbes Mrs Robert Anna May Miller Mrs Miller Maud Fleener Mrs Bemis Anna Davis Jane The Maid Bernice Landrum A large and appreciative a diance seemed well pleased with the way in which the young women acquitted themselves Wednesday afternoon a short a tit utere ting program was given consisting of Christmas soups by the primary and inter mediate childrenYSolo A Letter to Santa Claus- Raymond Myers Two scenes from Kate Douglas Wiggins The Birds Christmas CarolThe following were the cast of iiUnde jack = a Jesse Fish Mrs Ruggles 35mma Hamm Sarah Maud Gladys Kirby Peter Earnest Smith Susan Martha Sparks Kittie Jennie Morrow Miller Peoria Margarete Welch LandrumgClem Will Thompson LandrumiLarry Clarence Thompson This entertainment closed the work of the fall term and teachers and pupils are enjoyinga fortnights vacation All but six of the girls have gone home and Misses Wiley Keys and Waddell are spending the holidays at their respective homes The rest 6t the faculty are keeping Christmas at Langdon Dormitory Prospects for the winter term which commences Wednesday morning January fifth are most encouraging An increased attendance is expected All the cleaners are asked to report at the Brown Memorial school house Tuesday morning January fourth at ten oclock CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies jaIls Catarrh Cure is taken iinternally anti acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is trot a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in i this country for years and isa regular prescription It is composed of thebest tonics known combined actingdirectlyThe perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces curingCatarrhfree F L CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists price 750 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation For sale or rent ene 7 rooom two story dwelling on West Main St Mt Vefnon Good property and water handy J T MKADOWS LOOKING ONES BEST Its i woman s delight to look her belt but pimples skin eruption sore g and boils rob life of joy Listea Bucklcna Arnica Salve cures alien mkes the skin soft and veltrtty It glorifies the face Cures Pittpfcs Sore F S I Sore Cracked Lipe Capped Haitda trr H JeJor lilts ast it Chu Ci Dlris t Established 1887 4 r Honored by Women VVjJI When a woman speaks of her silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be conicdencaof Buffalo N Y Every whobearworking curingpower of Dr Piercec Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex successfullyffgrnPPles nesses and stubborn ills IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN IT HAKES SICK WOMEN No womans appeal was ever STRONGIfidence misplaced when she wrote the WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL R Y PireeiEre8ident Buffalo N Y rMp T3Sfjfc tsstt PeuetnlnducamllJnatural bowel movement once a day F T fw ifIW ave You to Snow for Youri NVVi I 4r LABORS The only witness you haveis the money you save A jierson able to earn money is with the Peoples IBank also capable of saving a part of it right way isto send or bring what money you j pTj are to the bank for safe keeping 1 wr ir1 right time is when you get yqur pay forI labor count out what you owe and balance to Peoples Bank rather than carry it j About with you and after havingstarted a bank ac count you will feel far more independent for youiIs will ibe able to meet future obligations and erner igenqjes andsicl ness t1 t ji J Yours very truly i f PEOPLES BANK t i V36Dec3 FI f j t bj cc m = J iilt UNCE TAK fZ l Aj Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled III il Handmade Cofimsfuraisliecl IfUtheIlL All orders by Wire Promptly Filled i i W1A aaCl X Phone 94S MT VERtfON KY r = =f14F itl144tt1lR11Il111flf41lP11f911tl1llliffRltit911R9411tIt4l ttlll 1 M1 VERNON CASKET CO PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3Afc- DE3I1UL3IERS 3S Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS 5 Coffins and Robes 3 5 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company =w EOrders by wire promptly tilled 4t Hearse sent to all points =v GEORGE OWENS Manager E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building a luumrnfuln1UlmmU1 lImmUml111U1UllllUlll1UI1I1 i ide Awake People Aie the ones xhat buythe thing they need at the time they need 1 fi it So bear In mInd we f have thing vvYou F8 fJ f eJtViz Drug jjijg Drugs Medicines i i 4r Siationeiy Toilet Ari rj r fiches Perfumes Paints and Oils Hot or cold So dwaterV t t151 irJCHASUCi DAVIS i l Leadlng Dl uist Phone 8 ifr 2 r I i t w A ffl tOOUSFW-e v are offering to the people of R0ekcastle e UQty the largest and most complete line of Goods from MCM tJ5vL bottom with the best selected stockof gocdand Wfafeh Wfe1 are sellitig at the best price eredbY any store 111 Mt yernon We hayeffehe snoods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete arid welLselectedstockwe invited all to visit our store examine our gQocJsgctpri es and seeRtr yourselves whet er we are Tjght or wrong It S costs nothing to 10tendlwe are i oosiilad v to show what wey v have whether youMuy or not v J c awa r = t Jr w FtF t i rflJ i t a We quoted tew prices u firO fr ii4vu l Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two essentials as wen as style are found in the 1Shtetd Brand garment built to meet every possible requirement demanded by either weather or wearer Correct lengths funwidth and artful designing furnish the style A cold I Sowinter day will prove the reliability of the Shield Overcoat Shield Brand OvercoatsI The top notch of style and quality Sold in seven grades rangingfrom t0 2000 the highest Each garment bears two pricetheLook for the Shieldv It means satisfaction GUARANTEED r This is the label that is sewed atIJ 6 nAarmentseithermens1 r youths ocboys are80 marked r l L 1 IIIIfp4l MENS SUITS From 1000 to 1800 7 t BOYS SUIS From 150 to 500 VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Dee 31 1909 lislu every Friday by FMT S ALBRIGHT CRIPT10N ONE YEARL00 application rates made known on r 4MEMBER OF i KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION r Irkbr t HrArJ f fid h ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce BON HARVEY HELM as a candidate to suc ceed himself as Representative from the Eighth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party TAXPAYER ANSWERS QUESTIONS PUT BY CITIZEN I Mt Vernon Ky Dec 22 1909 EDITOR OF SIGNAL 0 consider well theWe needs proposition raised by Miss McCords published letter The wise solu lion of the problem is this the Trustees of the Public School 5S should employ the teachers of the r College to teach the Public School in connection with the Brown jJriemorial I am positive the pupils would get far better re suits The teachers in the College are so well equipped to give our children the very best advantages and to thoroughly train them lor- I v High School f r Tl1et Citizen says that the i shacks in town should be torn down and nice brick and concrete buildings erected instead It is done in other towns and it can be done in Mt Vernon The indi vidual business man can build a modern structure cr if he be unable by combination bj capital among our leaden itnsP1Ore suhstan r tial but pi be erected In ttt t London Bit r 7J Catching erected a superb hotel an honor to thattown i Bob Jackson has justmco pleted a f blocc of nagnificent bu11dng Other citinsare fquallyf as progressive and have contributed in liiany ways to the appearance and busi ness facilities of that rapidly gfow ing town In addition the lead ing citizens manifest a deep interest in the causn of education Iu Somerset the business cud profess ional men do the same thing O H Waddle one of the leading lawyers has been on the Board of Education for many yearsand the splendid schools of Somerset for which it is well noted are largely the result of his efforts Fine business buildings are the result of the ambition of the business man and combination of capital It is- by such means that a town is mad e better in appearance and the trade is increased All this can be done in Mt Vernon How can we get more revenue for the town says the Citizen 1 am glad to answer that question First let the people give in an honest list or taxable property and thereby increase the amount of taxes raised Second let the corporatip lbi UTaifs be extended on the wes aion offthe Somerset a Orchard RoadsF otfbrs iis rigllfanduo reasonable citizeji with the proper regard for muncipal benefits and protection Will objsct if he does pay no ltt ntion go on and l dp it any way QHt because itis righl and will help 1tVernonThird put a liqensev on reverytrade occupation and profession in the town Iii Sqmerset the license to run a drug Yeartand yet jpruggi5t bbj acts to the paying Q lt It Istor the public goodly The lawyers and doctors a200o a year license The license fee should not be that high in MtVfernon but wevdd say xeveiti should ba raised by that system and that it should be immediately adopted by the new Board of Town Trustees The cities for many years have adopted such a plan for raising revenue and it is a low town tbese days that has not followed suite We have son splendid businessmen jni this town who are merch nts They are both sane and safer The trouble is do not givea jficel1totbeir time totbead atc went of local enter i j SES = f OVERCOATS j 3tfJ v V Have you examined our line of overcoats especially qur line bfiRatn Qatsr We have them from v1i j l 8oo to si5oo ODDPANTSyyd i vWfeajye them in endlss uaiitities to fit allsizes from 200 to 500 t X rUNDERWEARS Jitm s Underwear 5Qc lo 1Ladie Underwear 5Qc toy 1i ChMrens Underwear for all ageyy JliiJ KRUEGER SONtp J prise and municipal improvements Thi tlie oulddo J Thetpeopl want them to take anenterestJlQ leaJ if tlQ fight for the general upbuilding t if our community Give us more paint brushes aid paintamore concrete sidewalks more brick and concrete buildings greater interest in education more men who are active anq thrifty men who do things and have municipal pride Let u1I1 gtj busy and push along the cause of public improvements That Business Mens Club hasj not been born yet but we hope to hear of its birth shortly for much good in the way of increasing trade and the buildtug up of the town ancl county can be accomplished thereby f TAX PAYl- 1RLIT1xSTON Mr and Mrs Jacob Sambrook entertained quite a crowd ot Young folks in honor ot their son George who is home on vacation from the- S BM School London- F L Thompson was in our town MondayC Quiggins has ie turned from a visit to St Louis Mo where he has been for a few daysMrs LG Ealin has re turned from a visitto Pfne Hill O E Rite and Mrs W E Rice have returned from avisir to W M Fields at StanVord Robert Gregory of Lilly is added to the dispatcheis list here There is some one sad at Lilly v Mr and Mrs Ball Sams left Wednesday for fewdays visit at Pittsburg The little child of Mr andMrs W N Riggs which was very sick has fully recovered J P E Drummond is with horaetolks in Knoxville = Miss Jessie Bowman and mother have gone to California to remain v until spriig oJ B Pike has rented the Eight Gables Hotel and will take charge Jan rstJohnRCarter is very sick at this writingMisAl ce Burton the f hello girUtin the xchaugeat Stalford is viHia j fiomefolks this xye ek il Dr Jrta gee has ieturned from a visit to Louisville jr- SlyjYOll ML Vernon psope come down some night and look at our light Lsy stem wbenwe get oar lights lightedup It5 wilt remind you ofa city that Is lighted by electricity The Following is one of Mr App Taylorsjokes which ram 1g ingtogiyp but he says it is ttQlttf iti9 lwJlli g i1ertlJi Js i onyouowntown dont be par teal butrpiibl5sh it He said set erj al oftheLivingstpn people went to Mt Vernon some time back and when they got off the train they were in total darkness and starting downtown they fell in ditches fell off the sidewalk and when they found themselves at daylight they were scattered all over townhill We will get App to tell this no more if you willgejt your lights Christmas is ovrjlnd a thing of the past We are glad 6 report a quiet time althouP1i there was quite a lot of drtnn king yet no trouble o any note occufreptbe e was one or more littreY a sbut uo one hurt This is the first Christmas in quite- a while ttiat passed without some trouble But the fighting element of this town have learned that we i tfud to have order and that the law must be ob yedWe have some who do not care what they do but of late they are learning bet ttroWe do not mean our good citizens but the rough tough class that infest our little town Thereare such to be found in ev ely town tintwe have more than our portion Mr arid Mrs Luther Mullins were with Mr and Mrs C P Rey colds during Xmas Rome Adams has sold his property here to Rob ert Sh rod r and will move to Mt Vernon Albert Himlin has moved his stock of goods to the Adams Property olf iillStreet1rs H L Delph has been very sick but is some better at presentLHenry- Mink and Miss Molly Poynter were- eunitedin ihevholy bonds of matrimony Thursday tbe23 W E Gray who has been in the west for some time has returned and has accepted position in the dispatch ers officetEd Mjllins has re turned from Louisville and has a job pra the yird Thomas Jones has acrePt tl apposition in Johnson Colemarjs restauraflt and your- correspondenthas his place at the depotT1d I iailedto write for the last tVo issues on account of changing jobs but here tam with a long column and ask for my space agiift and 1 will promise ot- to wander off any more but will give you each week the news just asitls without fear ot favor as 1 have no axe to grind And wjll writewbaIanealand mean what Iiwrite So ifVoti people i L- ivE ingston dont act right you will see you name in print Brown Memorial School Mt Vernon Ky Winter Term will begin January 5th 1910 The course of study includes the eight grades of the common school system and four years ot High School work In addition to this there will be given a Teachers Review Gour e covering those studies required for certificate to teach Furtherinforraation as toA this course r arrangements for board will gladly be furnished by Miss McCprd to any who desire to avail themselves of this opportunity for review Terms of Tuition Day Students Teachers Review 3ooper mo High School 2 5 Eighth Grade r so Seventh v 1 2ob rSixth It h0 Fifth u 200 j Fourth I QII Third r 50 V Second I OOIt First V ioo Langdon Dormitory Board tuition lights etc 5xoo per tern In consideration of this low rate eachgirl is exptcted to take some loan in the work of the home firoiu lone or two hours daily AS the scholarships which are available at the beginning ot the year for those who apply in time and who prov e themselves worth have all been given out those who enter now must pay for board and tuition 50 00 Ths amount may be paid as follows 2500 on entering and 25 oo on April ist or 1000 per month until paid Students are expected at the Dormitory January 4th CASTO11AFor The Kind You Haw Always Bought Q4tietveot FOR SALk7onehous and lot in Livingston and my farm of too acres near Roundstone section well 0 improved Will sell aV bargains S 1 W B SlfeMON Deg iT Am TWildie Ky ito 2 1L SHOES Wfe the Hamilton Brown and Walk derluoes 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 t- tt NOTIONS tfitis notions you waht we have themy our priceisxsght If you dont see what u IrcJ1Jr itfwe will supply your wants + r F yr h 7 J oI Jf w Convenience of the Savings Account fMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent investment because the risk of loaning individuals is avoid tled As an investment you can compute the net returns accu savingsrJ account a means on idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount atany time With a determination to save you f are always welcome hero Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail flf you will call at the bank H THE BANK OF MT VERNON j INCORPORATED j 0 MT VERNON KENTUCKY 4i1 T7V 1Fy A li l opeciaf a oaf YA We are offer 112 a Sale on and iUjSinever offere Int the countyIl M ns sis uits go for llv 44 iSoys Suits in tpo Q c Every customer who buys anything tionIwhich is aferwarclsl acpupon exchanged V onja 25 talking machine Alwashask for coupon if fl IJ Jl STOKES Vi7 5P 87 Wehave good Shingles foTsaleaM2 50 Ii thousand ij j ccc 5C-f QRANVILLE OWE S t I 01 UNDERTAKER i I Brodhead Ky illeS s COMPTh 1ILINE Coffins C il glDd Robes AU Mail T j ipb or Tele phone orderPromptly Filled Oljc 3i6 j ji i T VERMOM SIGNAL riT VERNON KY Dec 31 1909 79 Call up Nol79 when you want to Comnzuni onto with SIGNAL 79 w sr 0 4 R R Coi TIME TABLE 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a nr 23 south 1144 a w 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second olass mail matter t I PERSONAL Mr D N Williams has been s very sick this week Mr and Mrs F L Moore were I if Berea first oJ the week Mr and Mrs L R Hughes were Jdown from Stanfort Sunday 3 Chester and Miss Bernice Lan drum are with relatives at Pitts burg s2Mr and Mrs P W Durhin were in Livingston a few hours Sunday Howard Baker and family oft Salina Kansas are with relatives near town Mrs Kitty Smith was in Louisville Sunday to see her son Spurgeon George Frith who will soon be Dr Frith was a caller in our town Tuesday p Prewitt Thompson of Lincoln r county spent the holidays with relatives here john Meadow store keeper and ginger at Yam craw isat home f the holidaysor cvis Dillon was JX from Crab Orchard a few hours Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Adams of Caldwell College spent Xmas vaca tion with hokefolks Master SjLBangh of London spent the we k with his cousin Master John Albright Litcit toT latives in Texas A CHiatt and daughter Miss Ercelli ere in town Tuesday haying dental work done Ben L Adkins of Williamsburg f stopped here a few hours Sunday on his way to Louisville v Message from Paint Lick states i that A W Stewart our Uncle is very low with pneumonia Misses Mortye und Gertrude Martin spent the hollidays wilh Mrs John Moore of Berea Gene orndorf a mighty good fellow was here a few hours Monday from Newark Ohio Miss Frances Sparks is at home from the Conservatory Cincinnati to spend the holiday vacation x W T Davis expects to move his family to his farm near Cove as soon as the weather will permit Miss Clyde Sigmon of Wildie has been with MissI annie Lang for8on Richmond street since Sat urday j Mr and Mrs Paris Sowder Vt have been with Mrs Sowders Parents at Oupp Tenn since Saturday Miss Eliza Pike of Brodheadwas theguest of Misses Cora Griffin and Virginia Davis Wednesday iand Thursday Rome Adams is now aCitizen of Mt Vernon He and family are occupying one of F Kruegers residence on West Main Aliases Cora Griffin and Virginia Davis ae returned home after a pleasant visit to Misses Stella and EHS Adams of Berea Mrs IS W Davis left last week for Bessemer Alal to visit rela 1thes and will go from thereto Indianapolis to visit Mr and Mrs Monroe Frazier s Miss Elizabeth Tharp and her visitors Misses Vermillion of Dan ville caipeup from Brodhead Fri day afternoon to attend the hop 5 that night and were guests of Mrs 4 E S Albright t Mr and Mrs David Laswell of 1 Orlando celebrated their golden wedding Wednesday bY giving a I dinner for all their children andf t t grand children Mry and Mrs Laswell have alwavsenjoyedg d J health anplenty and wetsb fihem matt V core ears otr1a- inesS 8 Y Uncle Mat Owensiof the Free dom section is reported sick Cris Mullius spent Xmas with his brother Frank at London Misses Dell and Zula Jones of Middlesboro are visiting relatives here Frank Mnllins came down from London Sunday to see his mother who has been very sick Mr and Mrs Buckner of North Carolina are here visiting their son the miller for A H Hamhn Sheriff R L McFerron ard brother Jesse took Faulk Ross c plored to the Frankfort penitent ary Tuesday t LOCAL Get your hot chocolate at Chas C Davis t Prices reduced on all clothing at J Fishs Joe Kirkyndall will mend your old shoe In building on corner near R L McFerrons place Cris Sowder has purchased one of R L McFerrons new residences on McFerrons flL Keep your feet dry by wearing a pair of Ball Brand Rubber Boots All sizes at J Fishs Those we owe expect us to pay up the firs of the year tbn e who owe us are expected to do tike wise Bring us your pictures and Iti us put a nice frame on them I costs very littleS MCKENZIE CO I have just received a big ship ment of Star Brand Shoes and can fit you andaU your family and neighbors J Fish The Fiscal court meet today to wind up their affairs and to turn matters over to their successors who take charge Monday 1aMeruorii ceived numerous and handsome Xmas presents but noneshe appreciates more than the handsome bible presented by the twelve young men who compose the Baracca club The 75000 damage suit brought by B B King against W j Sparks was withdravn1JSt week and amicable adjustment made Mr Sparks bought Mr Kings interest in the land for 800 the thing Mr Sparks has been wanting to do all the while SCHOOL The Brown Memorial School is growing constantly It has an able faculty of well trained and able teachers This community is proud of them as well as the school itself You cannot send your children to any school where they will be better trained nor can the older ones find a better place to prepare themselves We wish this school the unbounded suc cess which it so richly deserves BALLARD RADERMiss Linda Ballard and Mr Roy E Rader were married yesterday at the home of the bride Ballard Place on Big Hill near the Jackson county line Miss Ballard is a sister of Supt G M Ballardand is very popular Mr Rader is a successful teacher iu the Jackson county schools They will reside at Anville Ky The SIGNAL and many friends wish them much happiness TRUSTEES All honor to the old Board of Town Trustees Best wishes to the new The out going ones did well considering the limited revenue but greater improvements should be mapped out and car vied to completion by the new I believe they will pro vide ways and means for the raising ofsufficient revenue to pay all necessary expenses of running the town government and have a substantial sjim for improvements Some much needed work and its cost should be decided on each year and then prepare to do it CARD OF THANKSMt Vernon refreshIlng none ever came which were more Welcome or more enjoyed than the shower which came to Langdon Dormitory Thurslay night When I returned from the church on that evening 1 fcuud my office fuUof friends aud an abundance of things goo to eat pretty to wear aid useful all with which they showered us V For 1n rHf end Dormitory family I wish td thank most heartily all who participated in this pleasant fwprije We ape preciate every gift but more than pll the dear thought beck of the gifts Verycincerely ROBE McCoRi e tvb I k DIFFERENT M BETTER lothesFor Men and Boys If you are looking foi something out of the ordinary in Mens Young Mens and Boys Clothes come here The BEST WAY for you to learn how goodour clothes are is to buy your next Suit or Overcoat here Once you wear our clothes youll always wear them IVleris Suits and Overcoats 6 to 20 Boys Suits and Overcoats 2 to 6 i 1 JffOfSMfBfTTfR LMT VERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER iALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE I PHONE 77- t t1 H c I fr 4 7Y S Call at Chas C Davis for that hot chocolate ilSixteen18 oo long overcoat full lined made up in latest style at J Fishs Call and see them l To the good people who worked so faithfully to save my property from the flames which consumed Mr Fishs residence I desireAO express mv sincere thaqks D B SOUTHARD Mr C C Poyuter of London daughterofmarried in the parlor of the Miller hotel Wednesday evening Rev A J Pike officiated The best pills is De Witts Little Early Risersthe safe easy pleas ant and sure little liver pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the original Good for cuts burns or bruises andespecal ly for piles Sold by C C Davif The residence of Rev M G Fish on Richmond street known as the Stephens property and oc cupied by rG C Price burned Tuesday evening about seven oclock The fire sorted as the result of a defective flue Loss about 750 insurance 500 In the year 1847 Je seC Williams was Master of As and Lodge U D Mt Vernon Kentucky and his father Richard G Williams Secretary Mr Williams now be and go jears and wHo has been living at Carthage Vlll for past fifty years is theorily one of the charter members o Ashland Lodge yet living Our LjooVe is installing enlarged pictures fall its Past Masters and brothjer WtlJiarns ans wered the Lodges reques for his photograph by pressing an en larged photo nicely framed which 27thoDQureour first Master D N Williams is r member oftliislodgebut on ac beIone most in- Sout s ast Kentucky Has new concrr building with all necessary app including library and la e dining hall The R A and Ct alltnieetillsl The new county officers will take charge Monday C D Sutton has purchased the interest of his partner W I Dooley and will rup the business alone Rev Watson will take Rev Powell Cheeks place in the pulpit al- the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening NOTICE All persons indebted to me are requested to come in and settle their accout I need the money and can not run business without it Hope this will be sufficient without fur ther notice Respt JONAS McKENzm NOTICE By mutual consent the firm of Albright Adams merchants Brodhead Ky will dissolve part nership on February 1st 1910 AE ALBRIGHT J M ADAMS NOTICE The new year is al most at hand and I am going to make a charge in my business next year so if you owe me come in and settle or make some arrangements This means you if you owe me Very truly I2jltf 1 T ADAMS hereMondayinthe approaching fignt for Con gress Mr Heltn feels that he is a choiceiIs primary and not a con vention MERCHANTS Would like to have the address of every merchant in Rock castle county Especially those who are interested in prices on hay can flour meal feedand shipstuff Write tor prices and give shipping point JAS D SHELBY Junction City Ky MTondfty the 21thbeng the time officerstof Ashland Lodge 640 F A M the following officers were elected Atty J W Brown W M George Owens S WjVi G Tate JeW jSC Franklin Secfyv John H CoSey Treasurer Nit C Owens Tyler James Rickals Assistant Tyler Dr M I Myerswass ar pnted S Dr EJ Aftngti J RoScoeNort BRODHEAD A A Albright of Lebanon Junction is spending a few days with his father W H Albright N Giles Carter cashier ot the bank of Jellico Plains located at Jellico Plains Tenn was here several days with Dr and Mrs W F CarterMisses Mattie Wilmott and Carrie Frith are spending the week in Williamsburg Ky and Knoxville TennDr 00 Stone of Middlesboro Ky spent Christmas here with friends Misses Georgia and Elizabeth Vermillion of Danville were the charming guests ot Mist Elizabeth Tharp They returned home to dayBrodhead Lode No 566 elected the following officers at their annual election last Monday P M W F Gr vetev W M Sylvan Bordes S W Julian Bordes J WF L JDurhajn Secy Thomas Cherry Treas John Sigmon Tyler A M Hiatt S D W H Anderson J D C H Frith and Edd Smith Stewarts 0 C Wilmott of Knoxyille Tenn and R G Wilmott of NCR ton Ky spent Christmas with their mother Mrs M E Wilmott Byron Owens is at home from Georgetown College for the holi daysRev J A Sawyer of Pineville Ky is visiting A E Albright during the festivities Mr and Mrs L B Hilton of Stanford visited Mr and Mrs J R Cassi this week Evan Wheeldon our clever Hello Boy is Christ masing in the Quail sectionLast Friday night while enroute borne from Bardstowu where he was employed under concrete contractor W A Tyree Solomon Northern was struckand we fear fatally injured by a fast passenger tnttm on the main stem of L N at Bardstown Junction He wwf thought home on trainNo j Ihn Carter is attending bimWF BrooksJeft Monday fora 10 days trip to WiJK nif bMirK Corbin Jdit coandYi1dralMi Mrsr NE Tle nt tron Sett day p I tyi TaT ItLou- nc g Kof MrM- Mrs IJ1iW rb nlj W Hutc MwenJi l Louisville Mstial rr ttircavtreatadP t iur y 7 sat = f again forced to postpone their play until a later date This time on account of the serious illness of Miss Mildred the daughter of postmaster Robins Rev Campbell preached three very interesting sermons at the Christian church Saturday night Sunday a m and p mDont forget the bebate beginning Mon day January 3rdMiss Margie McClary is visiting friends in Harrisburg Penn Miss Cora E Griffin of Mt Vernon visited Mrs Fied Durham Tuesdav and Wednesday Walter Robins made a business trip to London Ky last MondayMiss Rosa Pike has finished her school and is now at homeRosco Pike was at home from Lebanon Junction Monday and Tuesday f R Storm is at Keavy for a few daysO C Wil mott was in Louisville from Sun Absolutely Pure e day until WednesdayMiss Erceil Hiatt vhited Mrs Jacob Eder ing the holidays Bye oerience ndI iJJnmg we are peotred to do the best of waJcaeid jewelry repairing If you need anything in our line give us a call Shop over Peoples Bank We 2uarantre our workSNov igt F L M PQRE STUNG FOR 15 YEARS by Indigestions pangs trying manydoctors and 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C at last used l Dr Kings New Life Pillsand writes they wholly cured him They cure Constipation Bilious ness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c at Chas C Davis If we cant fit yon in a reads made suit let us take your measure for a Taylor made suit We can fit any man or boy rp gpDWd improves theflavor lanti dds to the L t healthfulnsss of the food ROYAL BAKINPOWDER Absolutely Pure f WeakThroatWeak Lungs C ThisoidNoaamedicine Jjkeitfor e Heknows all about it OW His approval is antesvaluableNa1 i this cough medicine C yer o au- IWUve ri the house Tak adosew en your O1dfirstCOIMIOft What 1 l for- v this Ayers Pills Askyour dodO his 0pinfon Let WI did k- rittN f T A iS i S f = Tb Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion f f If you Suffer from Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Belching Sour Stomach Heartburn etc a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive tJuices that are found in a healthy stomach Being a liquid it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests your food but helps you enjoy every jou eat You needa sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and healthi F But this food must be digested thoroughly otherwise the pains of indigestion result and dyspepsia are the When your stomach cannot do its work properly take something to help your Kodol is the only thing that will give the stom ach complete rest Why Because Kodol does the same work as a strong stomach and cjdoes it in a natural way TRAINS DAILY 2TO So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepyour strong by taking a little Kodol You dont have to take Kodol all the time You only take it when you iieditX- odOl is perfectly harmless Our entire contents of the bottle if you can honestly say that it has not done you any rood return tile bottle to the druggist and gist Dont hesitate all druggists know that our guarantee Is good Tms offer ap plies lo the large bottle only and to but one la a family The Inre botte contains times sis much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by CHAS C DAVIS SE = sTheOld Rel able thi- WJ Most any Drug or Patent M t1i illCJOl m IEe advertixed in the SIGXAL Wn be foundat i THE OLD t f Cheapest Drug Store in the county I S C DAVISSo- uth n Side Main Street r ffMT VERNON r ro KYI t We Want to Sell YOU oa ORGAN ON Free Trial r about special for cataloi ADLER ORGAN CO 2901WIOhutilutSL LculS lIIeKr IOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES w The West and Northwest I 12 Louis Guarantee getadolJhrLottt wlthoutquestinuordelay RELIABLE 1ORGAN CREDItASK 1wholesale I Southit 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 ST Louis TO rCHANGE I ij a on Sale First and Third Tuesdays in each Return Limit 25 Days from Date of Sole Write for Fares and Special Diverse Route Arrangements ITickets T PA JGARDNERGPALOUISVILLE KY fJ DS f TS T1MFNT Heresto the year thatscwa Well drinkfit in strong V i and iri sma And to each bonnie lassie that vedearly Iped t In the days o the year thats awa Ring out wild bells to the wild sky Ihe flying cloud the frosty night The year is dying Jrithe night Ring out wild bells and Jet hini die Ring out the old ring in Jhe new Ring happy bells across the snow The yeads going let him go Ring 9ToLaughter and kisses heres the end A wiser end could scarcely be You were our lover and our friend Old Year And so the world and we Throw smiles and kisses as you wend your way r And speed you merrily A E Gordon To the Ladies Lilt your goblets high inTih air And drink to the health of the ladies fairtJ For this night wont come for another year f May we live until then without shed ding a tear SeOriginal Toast by Mrs AnnieI M Breen Granby Mass jf I National Food Magazine ON 30 DAYS II T T f01m TARfO I TAi Itke abJ1a D ilth old firtvals tlmt 01 hlltm s awakens the strong lfttbiltllitrl Irtfe1t esci nitons There Is a tone oi suier aiic- jjadred feeliag that blonds with out conviviality and lifts the spirit to a tate of hallowed and elevated enjoy nient The services df the church tenIceracompanied ito announcement they andIpatkpsuntil they break forth in full jubilee the morning that brought peace Iou good will to men 1 do not know grander effect df music on the moral felings than to hear the full choir alid the pealing organ performing a ChrJstmas anthem in a cathedral and filling every part of the vast pile with triumphant harmony- It is a beautiful arrangement also deried from tile days of yore that this festival which commemorates the annottncement of the religion ol and love has been made the jehspn foregathering together closer again those bands j f kindred hearts v hich the dares and pleasures and sorrows of frie world are continually OIJHa tingocastIocieof calling back the children of a family who have launched forth in life anti wandered widely asunder once more to assemble about the paternal hcarththat rally ing place of the affections there to jgrpw young and loving again among inementos of childhood fhere is something in the very season of the year that gives a charm to the festivity of Christmas At other times we derive a great portion of our pleasures from the mere beauties of nature Our feelings sally forth and disipate themselves over the sunny Jandecape and we live abroad and everywhere The song of the bird the murmur of the stream the breath lug fragrance of spring the soft voluptuousness of summer the gold en pomp of autumn earth with its martle of refreshing green and heaven with its deep delicious blue nd its iy magnificence all fill us iil mi ut exquisite delight and ve revel in the luxury of mere sensation But in the depth of winter when nature lies despoiled of every charm and wrapped in her shroud oj sheeted snow we turn for our grati fications to moral sources The dreari ness and desolation of out landscape the short gloomy days and darksome nights while they circumscribe our wanderings shut inour feelings also from rambling abroad and make us more keenly disposed for the pleasures of the social circle Our thoughts are more concentrated our friendly sympathies more aroused We feel more sensibly the charm of each others society and are brought more closely together by dependence on each other for enjoyment A season when heart calling unto heart The pitchy gloom without makes the heart dilate on entering the room filled with the glow and warmth of the evening fire The ruddy blaze diffuses an artificial summer and sunshine through tho ro In and 1ht Up plocountenance with a kindlier welcome Where does the honest face of hospi tality expand JIKJ a broader and mOrE cordial sraile were is the shy glance of love mere gveotly eloquent than by the winter f reside And as the hollow blrit tit wintry wind rushes through the hall clasps the distant door whistles about the casement and rumbles down the chimney what can be more grateful than that feeling of sober and sheltered security with which we look around upon the comfortable chamber and the scene of domestic hilarity Amidst the general call to happi ness the bustle of the spirits and stir of the affections which prevail at this period what bosom can remain in sensible It is indeed the season of regenerated feelingthe season for kindling not merely the fire of hospi talky in the hall but the genial flame of charity in the heart Surely happiness is reflective like the light of heaven and every countenance bright with smiles and glow ing with innocent enjoyment is a mir ror transmitting to pthers the rays of a supreme and eversinning benevo lence He who can turn churlishly away from contemplating the felicity ol his fellowbeings and can sit down darkling and repining in his loneliness when all around is joyful may have his moments of strong excitement and selfish gratification but he wants the sjeiiial and social sympathies which Constitute the charm ot1I merry Christmas RICH MENS GIFTS ARE POOR besides this I want to go OP recordas saying that I regard Electric Bitters as one of the gseal est gifts that God has made to woraen writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center N Y Ican never forget what it has dO lefot men This glorious medicine giver a wotmn buoyant spirit vigor of body and jubilant health It quickly cures Nervous ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soonhuilup the vveak ailing and sickly Try hem 5o3 at Chas C Davis rlHitBINE iWhat Is It- Cure Fpr BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION fDYSPEPSIA RiALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL UVER fl k COMPLAINTSi ei the child andtheTnmlly now keeps t t1t thotime Theyrecommend to diikarcl from that have built upa good trade Aorncltlinowof1 it b Heve It is the best substitute for fl priiCC50Ce per ottte UNIMENTCOgO eaJQd Jtv qo4 bnXAlie Ieatvi YOUMts z We FURSHides KEEPING the qualitYof your goods a secret is what you accom plish when you dont advertise them You know theyre best so do a few others But the general publicaret- heyinformed Tell them Dont keep it a dark secret Let the light shine through the columns of this paper Copjiight by W N U ALONE IN SAW MILL AT MIDNIGHT Unmindful of dampness draft torm or cold W 0J Atkins worked is Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Such exposure nave hmi a severe cold that settled n his lungs At last he had t aiveup work Ha tried many remedies but all failed till he user r Kings New Discovery fter using one bottle he writes Iwant back to work as well as ever Severe Colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throats and sore ungs Hemorrages Croup and Vhoonine Cough get quick relie and prompt cure from this gloriou- lc1ici50C jtnd i oo Tria bottle free guaranteed by Chas C Davis ra Buy Wool Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers dtabllthed t8MJIIOver halfa centuryfn louisville and can do better for than or commission merchants Reference prtCilistM Sabel Sons 229 Market St fRADE MORALThe difference between business and success Is advertising Inquire about Our Fates The symptoms of kidney troubleare urinary disorders weak back and backache rheumatism and rheumatic pains and twinge pains in thegroin etc There is nothingas good for kidney and bladder trouble as DeWjtts Kid nev and Blatider Pills You may them to give entire satisfaction They are antiseptic act promptly and soothe pain Sold by Chas C Davis WgAa CarsonWALLPAPERING DJCO1lATING ETC W LAR E STOCK OF PAPER AL I WAYS ON HAND r Pur woflc is guaranteed W Ar OAiRSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount letnon Monumenta WORKS M u nJDEiAIGranite Monuments 01all kinds Estimates furnished onapplicationGEOOWiiNS Pxopr- I 0 WVernonYvJ EDITOR OF SIGNAL This is Christmas day and as yor invite the busines men to sas something about conditions here a home I want to say a few words It is almost impossible to get over ihe miserable roads at this time il the year with a hearse I desire to have for Mt Vernon and Rock castle county a first cass up todatt cutfit for funeral services but have had little encouragement because of the very bad rough rocsy n udy roads It the farming inter st is 10 be expanded and toe business interest of Mt Vernon and Rockcastle are made to grow we must pay more attention to our roads and make them better In Pulaski county the fiscal coun ouilds a little pike etch year n tif they have from five to seven mile in every direction from Somerset The appearance of the farms hera helve show exactly whre the pik stops I am very much jinv iavcr of building good roads and impro Dgour town Respt WACox- INTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For the Eastern District of Kei lucky in Bankruptcy In the Chasteen 1of Bankrn ts On this 24th day of December A D I99on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 23rd da of Augnst AD 1909 it is ordered by the Court tnat a hearing be ha upon he same on the nth daj of January A D 1910 before sal Court at Covington in said district 10 oclock In the forenoon or a near thereto as practicable an that notice thereof henoW he M TfarfNtiN SIGNAL a news piper panted in said district am that aV known creditor1 and othtr persons in interest may appear a said tipe and place and show cause ifgoY they have why the prayei rf said petitioers should pot be grantedWITNESS the Honorable A W J Cochran Judge o saitt Court md the seal thereof at London n s lid district on the 24th day 01 Dec A D 1909 Joseph C Finnell Clerk ByGeo C Moore D U grodhead MarbJe Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments md Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY iOFFICE On 2rd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C McOLIRY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER tanfod KHw M L1 MYERS DsntistAt on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed IRMTVERNQN kY Office at redence on Main Tt C own and1 Bid Wor- kspeclIy It C Work guaranteed i CASTO For Infants and Children The Kd You Ha AWyS Bought Bears the ignature jtio- fiVUf ri- In- Use I For Over Thirty Years I CASTORI Y iwtm 13tT 3 CUTUda ON i Ladies Gents aauicm 1 Shoes Must go regardless of Cqsi 4 wDonLfailto see our line defor4u buy a IJ MCKENZIE SON 0 Phone 93 T M 4 cdc 1eOJ = = HMOTIYSriff ItAllof my goods consisting of l CLOTHING 0VER f1 LADIES CLOAKS VILL BE SOLD AT COST EROM NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 27t r509 + I will on that day coniiniucing ntl oclock selLat auc tion to following goods f DRY GOODS SHOES HAT ODD PANTS AND V ODD COATS 3S 111fHIATT KENTUCKY L L ss 1I U In Bad Fixieel had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad foc writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers Ga was unconscious for three days and cfter that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick headache heart palpitation and many strange feelings I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors but they did rio goodsO concluded to try Cardui Since taking Cardui lam so muchbetterandcando all my housework L CARDUIJ41 The Womans Tope Oonot allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might get In so you would find it hard to get ouL Better take Cardui while there is timehie you arc still moderately good health conserwyour strength and keep you in tip top condition In this way your troubles whateverjtre will grad ually grow smaller instead of larger yoti ai be on the upgrade instead of the downand bYpb3 You wiil arrive the north pole of perfect Get a bottle at yout druggists today iiH t