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I lVrr VERNQNSIGNAL 1TVIRNONIK July 22 1910I 17 nL J h CalL up No 79 when you want to Communl cate with SIGNAL l L tmRta Co TIME TABLE H 22 north 455 p m 24 north 352 a m I 23 south i 1144 am =21 South 1219 am JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second class mail matter f PERSONAL t JT Bowling is with his parent at Hyden thisweek Mrs P Kreugtr has been very sick for several days Miss Keith Sperry of Louisville s the attractive visitor of Miss Fan Sparks Miss Rose Dolan is here from Louisville with her sister Mrs q A Welch Archie Cooper of Grab Orchard has been the guest of TamieThpmp son for a few days The Misses Brown of Danville were guests of Miss Fan Sparks the last of the week Eber Mullins is at home froin Knoxville for vacation He is pre paring for the ministry Mrs A B Brown of Danville was the guest of Mrs D N Wil halts Saturday and Sunday Judge and MrsB J Bethurum came over to attend the burial of their niece Mrs R E Jones- J rand Steve Proctor have about completed a nice residence for DrG Lawrence near Level Green jack Conn arrived Sunday from Texas for a months stay with his mother and sister Mrs J W BrownProf G P Simms President of Campbell Hagerman College Lex ingtou was here this week on u w c f M argareff tiVer ith rrbfj i1 little daughtioMr ahdjiM rtrP R A Welch are 1both J very sick with malaria cMrs Coleman of Louisville was here this week with her sister rrMrs E B Cox and brother R Vl McFerron Mrs Alice McLaughliu nee jLewis left yesterday morning for her home in Oregon after a two months stay with relativeshere Senator J F Bosworth came down from Middlesboro with the family and other relatives ac couipanyiug the remains of Mrs Jones Misses Anna Mae Miller and Virginia DviswUI leave Monday f013 weeks stay with friends in Williamsburg and other Eastern Ky points Mrs W J Sparks was called to Middlesporo Tuesday on account of the serious illness of her v niece Mrs R E Jonesi whoXwas Miss Zula Jones Ai H Hatnlin will go to Tenn essee next week to have some several hundred thousand cords ol tanbark loaded which he already has in the rick w MrsWjll Yearger and sister Miss Mattie off on their way from M iddlesboro rei Stanford Moud ay jj jthi Misses Alza tand Susie Thompson Misses Gertrude Marlnjof Brod head and Havrena Prbtherpe of ysCljicago Ill were the guestsof Misses Mont e and Virginia Mar rtin Saturday and Sunday G M Ballard while cutting some stove wood a few mornings since ac identaly caught his ax over a clothes lioeand rebounding struck ihion the left cheek inflecting a very uglyvoundDr Southard 1WitS called and dressed the wound 2 Dr ZG Denny and his mother lof Oklahomaafe here visiting the famuiy of W A BDavisMrs ben y 8abuither husband the relate Simeon penny the oldest VmauwhO ever lived in the county Basils years old Dr Denn lCis now 66 but still active hi the practice of his professon in which k1e has made a most enviable reputation Dr and his mother Will spend some tiiite r atLevel fGreu3 tJj hiHjld h me befreJt turning toOklahoma JP 10J i 1k BrodheadjSunda Miss Ethel Hayes is here from Livingston as the guest orrlrs Ji G Anderson LOCAL J The school per capita foitiis year willbe 4 op the same as last year Have you read the adv of Robt and E B Cox It is worth your time Tickets are now on sale to Richmond for 156 roujd trip account of the Madison County Fair We all doff our hats to Judge L W Belburutn and his splendid Fiscal court for the way they have improved the court house surround ings It is something every citien should be proud of and is a credit arid honor to those at the helm of affairs Every county prides itself on its court house and with the new concretp walks all about the court house the yard graded down and other improvements in general Rockcastle has ever reason tc be proud of her temple of justice Many of the wealthier counties of the state can not boast of as an attractive court ho seand sur rouudings as can Rockcastle The revival at the Christian church closed last evening and a great meeting ithas been Rev T Watson of Lexington who did the preaching with the able assistance of the pastor Rev Schaffer and the splendid music under the leadership of Miss Lucile Mae Parks has cieated a church going desire and enthusiasm second to none ifever before equaled in the town and the gocd effects we believe will be lasting with many Up to last night there have been 52 additions 31 by confession and 21 by letter and re instatement Sunday is the regu lar day for Rev Schaffer so he will remain and continue the services until Sunday night Miss Parks will also remain over and on tomorrow evening will be the graduation exercises other bible class of the little folks rang ing between 7 and 15 years which has been an interesting feature of her valuable work The hrfnis ters the singer ndthe people celiglitedviIhU Ifpiendid resuItK i y FATALLY iNjUREp Town Marshall George R Fiirguspti shot It J and no doubt fa1ly wounded George tP t 1 Otryyestcrclay morning in fut tth itiblic room of the MIltI4hoieliFur guson fired tp shots one which passed through ahdc men and liver and another which passed through the left lung Gentry was Vakcn to the home 01 his iahe1BC Gentry and a fl Denny were called ai pryan exami nation pronqunroih th case a hopeless pueJljA best 7ve have been able tp1iitn me ndieing statements f iGeutrT and the statements pfeurguscn as to how the trouble stanleSarfe itt tlierdain about the sameX Tic men fiave not been ppl frr enfdly terms for some time pVa9cauntpfFurguson arresting one I GenlTys sons some 1ftrythe conversatio wSeri Gentry told him he would ay tejtandarter pass ngga pter Gentry waI49 to BrkwnZiery- stable but Ifreturn T1ie conversatiorirwas teue eV in a t heated manner and GentryVstruck Furgu son 4chpckin0 hIm 0 tQfhlS- catr As avJouMc Kenzie a eye witness Gentry was stan jmigv ovejgl Jethis arms tzduMd 3Wm wBett Eurgg uson in tjte ti p drv owtiptt iae was fired tile firsts1ioiv Theifr shot enteredthebdomencfr leased Geitry hold andas litg uson assutaecl his naturat s iion fired thi bnd time JusuGentry tftSd to walk Away the second 4uMkfr1g Cct ifl the backpilmc1 toputh the lung Furguso4oi uowintheustody rdhs I bru1e jawi Iearandlt eai tlGo if opt get well aad called aUlitlaniihrta hl d d d talked felli tbw wbtto do I 1eav ei Jviril ctliPe childreuxSMtp filtbier iipoitet and tirothers will tak it tbee buy inggrq day Fer ha- i trI i Preaching Sunday morning and evening at the Presbyterian Church by the Pastor Quite a crowd otv the young folks including the Revs Watson and Schaffer and Miss Park sper t yesterday at Langford picnicing They report a most delightful time DIED at her home in Middles boro at 615 Thursday evening Mrs RE Jones who until one weekago Wednesday was Miss ZuJa Jones The deceased was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Luke Jones and a granddaughter of the late J J Williams June 28 had been set as her wedding day when she was to have ben united in marriage to Mr R E JoneF of Detroit a young man of sterling traits of character At the appointed time the intended groom arrived but only to find that one whom he adored honored and loved upon the bed of affliction and which proved to be bet death bed Day after day came and went andwith each succeeding day a gradual decline was ery noticable On Wednesday of last week the groom being desirous of remaining by the bedside and administering to the wants of her whom he had looked forward to as his helper comforter and companion through life and the license were secured the cere mony performed which joined them into one happy union As portrayed by an aunt of the deceased it was a beautiful devotion displayed by bothThe deceased was onJy 18 years ofage beautiful and attractive with an affectionate disposition and and bright and winning in her waysMrs Jones sickness was of brief durationless than one month seemingly with us today active in lifes round of duty and love but gone tomorrow The remains were brought to Mt Vernon on the 457 train Wed desday evening and taken to the home of Miss Mat Williams and Mrs Fanny Adams aunts of the deceased where short services were conducted bv Rev Watson of the Christian Church after which the remains were laid to rest in Elmwood Cemetery to await the resurrection morn TEfCHRRS INSrrrUTELast lWDotinterestIy s promptly responding wlien called Vho3ijfcwas tbeJJjstr cpr gaye universal satisfaction and the tc1swerethoroughly delighled with the weeks workach and every branch taught in the pulilic school was discussed as thoroughly as possible and no dOMbt the result wjIFproTeJnostb ar3dheagreat helpfora success urvterm s Work Most every School in the county began Monday The following teachers answered tothe roll calif t REBell Misses Emma PrithMr S E Rayder Mrs S iahW allen J H Bowman Mrs Mara tla Sutton MiSbes Bessie MQWhprter Fannie Mpyers Ellen WiiarSryrtle Bryant Ella Lake Stella Adsftbs Ella Adams W jE DiUinghamv Mrs Sallie Ballard MissesLinda Rayder Tsaber Shi- p1tS E Ohandlerj Misses Minnie Gentry Qra Brown J M Bulleh BettiePoynterjOns Misses Margaret Dooley ida ifulllns vVx IX iHe derspn j Miss Dinksie Lake PO Bullock Mis Sarah Os lnBi LL TohnionJohn FislMis vaEish mBi Sigmdri Misses Jalia Reynolds Cpra Griffin M ontieMartin R Gentry Irvin Bullock Edward Owens Miss Mattie Baker HiattMink I Chestnut D R PiggiM1Sjitf J Wc Vauwinkle Mrs Winnie JLathara Miss Nettle Oldham P A Chasteen Ji Rpga PjIe- Mattie Vllu1 JMattit Nickol- si3rtn Rbinon rBJDton tta Cable larice McCary Salije n J W H tone5jJ D 1 Miases Georja Me litbeL 3 Cum J aaL Jacob 1if i1AIice- ca J L A l ton Mtis fna Fhbick Mrs A- dapML jWi A Jt vls SM v1l irae ka4s fMa t iiuIi guarantees pledges beautiful everything workmanship yourself EALLXWOOL CLOTHMORE- ADVTOWEARor J V L TAYLOR MADE It s STYLES THAT ARE RIGHT ti YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY LOOK0 INGOVER OUR LINE I IJ i SfrOFSAReBETjret i ttr MT VERNONS LEADING CLOTH ER CORNER TO Ift 77 9IE i ORDERS SOLICITED 3 f i h r f i uuyuttlginwiauuu lliiiliIUilliUlUilUlllliI1111l1l1l1UUl UUlII1I1UllillllUlUlUill1111U1U1111U1l1illlUlUllIilll Sf 1 BROWN MEMiRiAL ScHOOL rg An IcdustfeSchppl for Girls Just what mean has been so often Ked during the past few weeks thatIdesire briefly to outline the work to be done First weexMctto have school with thorouglivork in all its de partments A M Regular work from the fourth 10 the eighth grade inclusive under the drrebtion of an earnest thoroughly trained will be to boarding pupils with special attention l to thorough review of eighhrad work preparatory fp high1iooli This course is with special for those girls inthe rural districts whose home scjiopl because of the large numbe of grades to be taught by ode teacher can not offer the necesSary preparation for high schdol For the coming year at leasti and longer if the demand for Discontinues we offer to both boarding and day pupils four pars jpf high school work This course wif for college for teachibgd for intelligent leadership iq the community In additioiip the academy work veexpeQt every girl to take a ctfuTse indoiestrcsci nce We ire aU readyijjto grant that special training iitided tot other pro fessipns aqdictivities why not for the ke pet of the home The happiness and welfare of every home depend upon her Every woman who hters upon household duties shpulfU knpwj not only a little but a jweatdeal about what shiis to undtrtake She know lily andsvstematical jly the va1uet foods how best to prepare ta sbe should know what wa ejm the bone means and bow tp ity economically and wisely bai well tothe way bf her boiti old jjJ IIe use the is Ao dteply t hooJs bot public all over oar latid are iig ita place in their iWecourse of expett to put tlia dertnr itt charge 61 a ofipotctkxl i i saw i 9rrt itati tI This TAG rnot only your lit clothes to be right but it them to be in style in fabric q A may fitv a right but fit is not Right 3 means right models right price 3 right and right quality fJ All these go with Taylor tailoring = and no tailor can give more Q Call 3 and see for 3- 3 F ALL AROUND NEXT COURT 3PHONE k MAIl d t m d5esithis school teacher given offered thought prepare should thorpujj aiategiiJt and rich suit OUSE and all these things which per tain to intelhgenthOme keeping without which no womans educa tion is complete The work which the girls do is not to be considered as earning her way tho it helps to do thatbbt as an important part of her training The number of girls who can be accommodated is small so each girl can have the close personal touch with the principal and teachers Which is so vital part ol her school life We desire to mae the atmosphere of the life in the dormi tory such as will develope strong womanly character in the girls entrusted to our careIHoping for your earnest co operation and patronage in building up successful school which will be for the growth and better ment of Mt Vernon and Rock castle cpuntyJ as well as adjoining communities I am Sincerely yours ROSE MCCORD IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Foil THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCK Y iH BANKRPPTCY In the matter i of VA bankrupt Wm S Jpnes Jr On this h1th day of July A D i9io it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same the Qth day of Aug AD i9ip before said court at Covington in said district at b ipck7 in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notke thereof he publisiedHin THE MT VERNON SIGNAL a newspaper printed in said district jand that all known icre itors ni other persons in in iterest may ajjpear st said time and place aud sOw caus ifanv they haLvej why the prayer of scud p rtitionerisSjould not be granted WI1N1S the Honorable 4A M I COCll ANi Judgebfsaid Court and the seat thereof4at padonj in said district pht rI2ib clay ot July A D JZU9C ThNzTL Clerk By Oq ocp4c 4 r j 3 f j J i 0 i o a a 1 a a I e S WILL H FISH It is human nature to point with prideto those arid especially young men who do things The subject of this sketch is one whom we call a real hustler and his ability and tact asa salesman which place he so well fills in his fathers J Fishs store has been so iavorably com mented upon by those who ye watched his course Ever on cite alert looking for the latest and best to offer his trade and always polite courteous and accomodating to his customers has been of most val uable ervice in bringing about the splendid tradejnow enjoyed by that uptpdate and reliable store The splendid ads of J Fish which ap pear in this paper each week are his productions and will comparfe favorably with those prepared by experts and trained ad writs He is a great believer lh advertising and nevecJopses an oppprtunity of bringing before the merits of liis goods He helieyesl in all kinds of advertising but thinks the columns of the news paper the best BASEBAII The Mt Vernon Kids11 will cross bats with the Brpdhead Giants at Brpdhead tomorrow Game called at 2304 New Suits for boys at Fishs CashStpre this week AdoHar buys a mighty good fCrusherHat Fishs Cash Store f AtLITamliu lsj X OX sewiug schhie tVi iRed lila ct aIast i ljw r tJ Ir BROUHEAD Miss Ethel Cherry Hilton has returned to her home at Stanford Ky after spending several days with her aunt Mrs Jt Tnosr Cherry Miss Ellen Dunn of Danville visited her auntMrs J G Frith first of the week Urban Casshas resigned with the Lyons Lumber Co at this place and accepted place withthe L N R R Co at Elowah TennBrack Durham was slinging lightning iat Shelby City first partofweekMiss Patsy Perkins has returned to her home in Mt Vernon after spending several days here with her grandmother Mrs S A Barnes Misses YilHams and Pry or of Mt Vernon spent a day wiin MISS vviui Benton at Willie Oakland Misses Mattie Wilmot and Rose Pike began their schools last Mon dayWe are glad to say that Roy Robins who has been very low of typhoid fever is much improved at this writing Mrs J W Hutch eson and son James Edward spent a portion of this w5ekin Mt Vefnoti + with Mr and Mrs M B Salin Brodhead defeated Spiro in a very interesting ball game here last Saturday by the score of 5to3Battery for Brodhead Adams aud Pike for Spiro A Barnett am vOwensJacob Elder and family haye moved to Pine Hill where Mr Elder 1 will teach the school at that place Quite a crowd from here will attend the Lancaster Fair next wee1ogan McCallof Hazefi Patch spent Sunday here with his parents Mr and Mrs J J McCalt 4 at Frith He tel C ALCOHOL M aimott tbeworst tbingfor couUinptiiea of the Utt4gooc preparations Main a as obolScott Emukion 3iotdrop Iiwkt on having Scotts Emulsion SOR BX ALL DRDQaBTS QMllre L Gry j cTORL FOR FLETCHERS 1 r ill a ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT VegetablePre ionfarAs suuilatinglheFoodandRC ula- jlinguieStomafhsaiiu3ff a Cf Promotes Digestioncheedtf ness andRestContaInsneillG Opium Motphine nodtid NOT NARCOTIC dap 1ArlprololdS7h1Y7Akm StSreaa 4 ArneSar r o 3ITNA- perfectI1emedyforCmuflPa WornnessandLossoFSLEEP itv IFacSina7ee Signaince or kNEWYOR1- wI 0 ratites un r Foods r Exact Copy of Wrapper j I Take J- t CASTORIA Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA t After The Grippe- I am much pleased to be able to write and thank rou for what Cardui has done for me writes Mrs Sarah J Gilliland of Siler City N C Last February I had the Grippe which left me in femaletroubleAt last I began to take Cardui I have taken only three bottles but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine 1 evertook I 4 For CARDUI3 = i The Womans Tonic t theGripbuilds strength steadies the nerves improves the appetite regulates irregularities and helPS1bring back the ttiL najra glow Af health 4 fis your best friend if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has youRemember saleinTennfor I Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to n e torsInveAtions needed Why some inventors fail Sendrough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records OurjMrjpreeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such Md full chwgeo the U S Patent Office GREELEY M9INTIRE PATENT ATTORNEYS LWASHINGTON D C 1 To MAMMOTH CAVE July 28 from Mt Vernon and all way stations on regular morning train 353 A M Only Scts round- trip Boardat hotel including admission to the several routes in the cave for 550 cts A fulland complete trip to the great subterranean wonder only 985 One flight for promenade or dance ftSee L N Agent l For YOK Cotton is being shipped front New Orleans to New York on fruit express schedules to take advantage of the high pricebeing paid in the East for the spot taple South ern shippers will make profits averaging about 4 a bale CA S cELIA 1e6ptue k LI YINHSIlO Jeff Wagoner came to town a Jew da tw5itce loaded for bear and pio ceedtd to start a rough house in j M Fpiires place of business foul Was quickly brought to a halt ya lick irorn Fours cane across the arm which came near breaking it Wagoner was arrested and taken beloreltid Magee and fined 5 whicMie fialed to- pay but when ta ken to Mt Vernon promptly dished out the coin and was released = John Baker and James Neal engaged in an encounter resulting in an ugly but not serious wound for Neal on the head Owing to Neala condition there has been no trial as yet What is the matter with T J Purdue He has quit making his regular Sundaj trips to Livingston Rev A J Pike of Brodhear will preace in Livingston next Sunday and Sunday night All cordiallyinvitedMiss Ethel Haves is visiting in Mt Vernon W N Riggs left to day for Louisville and will visit several of the large cities before his return home Mrs Alvin Reynolds has returned from a visit at Wildie J1 W Baker the merchant is in Louisville this week buying goods Mrs Fishback will move to Mt- VernonW H Bowman has re turned from a trip up the river Misses Montie Martin and Mattie Baker were here between trains Sunday Mrs L M Westerfield and children left Tuesday for Stanford weeksMrstGeo Doss will leave Saturday for Danville where she will make her future homeEdgar Mul ins of Mt Vernon was here Sunday Miss Annie M Walton is visiting her uncle in BradfordsvilleG M Ballard of Mt Vernon is with us this weekAtty J W Brown of Mt Vernon was here Tuesday JWesterfieldSprings NondayOur school began Monday with Prof Alcoru and MsG M Ballard as teachers- R J Lemmonds Was called to Paris Ter n oh account of the serious illness of his mother later be has returned and reports her touch improved B F Logan of Pjneville was here Sunday A young school mistress is the at tractionMisssVinnie Fafin of Cove wasrthe charming gnest of her brother GeterFalin Mrs Cook and Miss Annie Walton this week Lloyd Owens of Level Green has returned home after a plesant visit with hisgrand parents Mr and Mrs Henry OwensMrand Mrs W T Merimee and children of Paris are vistting Mr and Mrs Geo PopeMiss Owen Macy Barber is visiting her sister Mrs W M PrestonMiss Clara B Beets of Paris is visiting Miss Carry FarleyW B Burton has purchased a handsome piano for his daughter Miss RuthMs Henry Owens has returned home from LeveIGreenA W Bourne was in London SundayD G Cook is a candidate for Trustee in this distict to succeed himself Mr Cook was elected to fill out the un JIiman cannot be found JE Wood all the hustling drummor left for Corbin WednesdayRobert Clare is in Louisville this weekRoy Fenwick who was burned by a locomotive boiler is improving fast Dr Amyx has a full line of drugs in the old drug store KENTUCKY FAIR DATES r1 The following are the dates fixed for holding Kentucky fairsfor iqib Madisonville July 19S days Henderson Jl1lY2SSdas Lancaster July 273 Versailles August 3 daysI J YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNAS GREENSEAL PAINT 2- i tfJ s without doubt the most efficient house slut1 tiJ 1 foq the market andis cheapestntheendIn that otQeJSY t o ti J l HITE LEAD ASf THE PREDMINcu7 i j i IGMENT tempered with just enough zinc where4y F nrtt t t iui ffr tS II firrv xiilnd f i tl 04 1 1I lcrN 33 e v i5 trF f f 1 r T GIq1t7N AWAYA- BSOWTftY FREE On will away absolutely free of cost one Knsewingmachine valued at 3500 Thitisour plan For every LOOS worth of goods purchased at our store the purchaser will be entitled to one guess as to the number of grains of corn contained in the glass jar which rests on the machine to be given away which is now On displayin our show window Register your name and V your guess on the card prepared for same and on Sept 15th the Judges three of our most reputable citi Jlswillcount the nearestOgue s the machine Oillfinose who make purchases of 100 or riiore will be entitled tO guess This is none of your lottery schemes s but a straight businiss proposition We carry one of the best lines of General Merchan dise shown in Mt Vernon and if it is dry goods notions clothing shoes Or groceries yOu yOurIA H HAMLIN W iGT Johnson Building Opposite COurtHouse MT VERNON KY Danville August 3 S days Berea August 43 days Lexington August 86 days Taylorsville August 94 days Uniontown Ajust 9 5 days ilirro s u16 utip9 days Vance August to4 days Lawrencebui August r64 fShepherdsville 3 days v Brodhead AugusttI7fi days Ewing August 17 daysy London August sat 4 days ishelbyyille August 23 = 4 days Erlanger August 244 days Frankfort August 304 days Nicholasyille Augusto3days i Fern Creek Aukust3o4 das- H rdensburg August 3o3 days Barboursville August 3I3d- ays j f FlorencSeptember r3 days Hodgenvllle September 643- days A J Tri County Fair Sanders Sept ember 74 days Monticello September 6 days Kentucky State Fair L ouisilleT September I26 days WORK 24 HOURS A DAY The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Every pulls s sugar Coated globule of health that cHanges weakness energybrainfag ConstipatiouHeadacheI at Chas C Davis The condition of Alan Boyle son of the Earl of Glasgow who was injured in a monoplane accident- at Bournemouth England is considered talarming NAPOLEONS PRIT was of the unconquerable nevgp baydie kind kind thaf you mosb have J1poseliver oil or doctor hrve all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satis faction guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of sufferers It masters obstinate coughs stubbornI 4a grippe croup fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections soc 100 Trial bottle free at Chas C Davis Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R IA law A C3ronWALL- PAPERING DECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky rodheadMarbe WorkS BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones s manufactured by ALBRiGHTrFlCSNCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC VVilliarnQ ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY liTQFFICE On 2cd floor o Thi Bank of Mtyernon on Church streetSpeCial attention given tocollectionsPhone 80 3 G MCLARY OIDEITHEB and EMBALMER Ii aStarifotd Ky J 1 =v t= f PvAt V l HIAjTS jl i = J Nv v ec c ees sss The place to buy your goods We sell you goods t cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and pay you laproduce r I Men s s and Boya el thing go for cost Ladies dress goods for cost and less Must clean our shelves for our new stock whichwill soon arrive Jvo goods sold on credit either cash or produce rJA C H ATT HIATT KENTUCKY rUHDSBTAKBJS Ii Our line of CouchaOaskets vJx HIisHandmade Coffinsfurnished U Illlthe IItfo 000 I- IEtnnnnnnnnnuntlnnnntnnnntnnnnttnnnnnnnnt 0t 1 AT VERNON CASKET CD PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND =EMBALMERS = 1Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS I 2si Coffins and Robes 3E Lic n Embalmer will have charge of that line of == work for the company iOrders bywi promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3= a t Manager = 3- iiuiuiiuuuuuiiiiitiiiuuuiiuiuti f tUlW11lW1 1UWW o 1 0 TLiiI