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Mount Vernon signal. (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) 18??-current, December 02, 1910, Image 4

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jtI n Bad Fix
I had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad
fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers Ga
< I was unconscious for three days ancTafter that I
I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick
headache heirt palpitation and many strange feelings
LI suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of
life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded
to try CarduiSince
Since t iking Cardui I am so much better and can do I
all my housework II
I I Take TAt
CARDUI
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The Womans Tonic
1 Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might
get in so bad you would find it hard to get out
Better take Cardui while there is time while you arc
still in moderately good health just to conserve your strength
and keep you in tip top condition
In this way your troubles whatever they are will grad I
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
SAVING PART OF
YOUR INCOME
Isa good habit and one that should be cultivated by all carerul and pru
Zl dent persons but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de
jc pendent r n your earning capacity should not be overlooked and this earn
ing capacity should be insured for their benefit
ii 1The Participating Income Bond Policy
Affords ideal protection in that it provides
FirstA prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event
of death
SecondIf totally and permanently disabled and your ability to
earn a living for your family is destroyed the company
d without cost to you will keep up your insurance or will
pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual
Yiutstallments
4t ThirdShould you live to be seventy 70 years old the amount of
the policy will be paid you in cash thns protecting you
IThirdShould
t against poverty and want in your old age
eommonwealth iIn
surance Company
HOME OFFICE
f Commonwealth Building 312 W Chestnut
to LOUISVILLE KY
J D POWERS President MATT ODOHERTY Vice President DR
o J W GUEST Medical Director L G RUSSELL Manager Industrial
Department DARWIN W JOHNSON Secy and Treas r SMITH HO
MANS AsstSecretaryand Actuary4
i D G ROACH Gent Agt London h Ky 1
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WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
TICKETSf
FLORIDA
AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS
ON SALE DAILY
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GOOD RETAINING UNTIL MAY 31 1911
I S For Full Particulars call on or wrfte
I H C KINO Passenger aad Ticket Agegt 101 E Main St LEXINGTON KY
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t Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
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fcon patents Hints Inventors Inventions needed
rie inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for
5 atent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly
r commissioner of Patents and as such had fall charge of
LCStatent Office
GREELEY M INTIRE
PLlENT ATTORNEYS
LWASHINGTON D > C
L tWASHINGTON
W 7 ic hienGeQfm =
o M Mauyp IW sonskeep their money here as permanent in
I vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid t
i ed As an ifiyestment you can compute the net returns accu
J rately Smaliiatoounts may be added at any time A savings
account offers a profitable means tor realize on funds tiwT are
ce ountOffar
3Stvestment ir 1 i > tii You rnnTT withdraw a nart ni the
3 f mie awaiting mvesttieflt You may
lentire mount at anytime With a determination to save you I
fare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the
fibank As borrowers iwe stand ready toTeceive such amounts
i as youcansflvefromtinleto time WP will pay you a rRjon
Ii lar you rate of Interest on your money Well eplarn in detail if
touwi11cillatthePn1t V v
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I Gofi s INTO hlFJLr E FIRST OF
I THE YEAR KENTUCKY is
4 GRADUALLY COMING TO
i 1 HE FRONT
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HoWling brten KvN6v 28
f Active prepar tins are eng iiiaao
here for Ut aeration 11 toe
Bureau of Vita Statistics law I
I g > es luiu effect January i 1911
I This law plovideslpr the importing
and recording ot all births and
dcaihs aid tn r colleclinji of 11101
i b v Hy statistics li is a depart
lluuLtof the State Board of Health
I ai d i > uue larreacAtug in Its uu
uoilance to tha ueifare and lives I
I of the people of Kentucky
Kentucky has pltced herself in
1the n out rink ot Mates doing most
lor the preservation ot heaitli aud
ib the establishment of a Bureau ol
Vital Statistics she is the first of
iLe entire ioutu to lake this long
v neglected step
Ohio Massachusetts Indiana
Pennsylvania Wisconsin Mary
land Missouri California and nine
i I other states have in successful
r operation suchd department for
fl the petmanent mahaenance of
records of births and for a more
successful fight against the ravages
of disease by means of the cer
tificates of deaths return to the
State office
It The State Registrar Dr W
W L Heizer who will inagurate and
t manage the Bureau of Vital Statis
tics has just returned from an ex
< tended visit in Ohio Michigan and
Pennsylvania and Washington D
C wheie he studied the opera
touof the law in those states
which are declared by Dr Cressy
L Wilbur chief statisti an of the
c Federal Government to he the
best in operation in the United
5 States
StatesKentuckys
f Kentuckys Bureau will be a
2t combination of the best features
of these states with some suggestion
Q
yiof the Census Department added
W Under this law befoie a body is
buried the undertaker must pro
k cure a burial permit or removal
permit which shall be issued only
by the Local Registrar who will
be placed at convenient localities
This permit can be secured only
2 when a certificate of death has
f been filled out bythe physician
I and in the event the person has
f died of an infectious orcommuni
i cable disease smallpox cholera
t diphtheria scarlet fever erysipelas I
before a burial permit is issued
i the bod must be IS0 prepared
for burial that there is no danger
rof a spread of the disease in the
community This not only safe
guards the public but by means
of these reports of deaths coming
in from all over the State properly
tabulated and classified the State
Board of Health is able to learn the
S Infected districts and spots tha
itsI
I sanitary inspectors and engineer
the cause of such prevalence of
I disease is learned and proper regu
lations enforced as will stop this
needless slaughter of the citizens
of the citizens of the Commonwealth
wealthThe entire force of the Bureau
II and State Board of Health is en
i gaged in appointing suitable men
= j at distances ofa few miles over
the entire State These are the
Local Registrars who cot only
will report births and deaths but
arrangements are being perfected
so that they will report the cases
of infectious and dangerous diseas
es that occur in the district and
which dOllot necessarily die
When this system is in operation
Kentucky wtUbe on Jin equal
otiugfor procuring these vital
facts as the stateof Pennsylvania
which spends the sum of 3000
000 each year for health work
The Voting Precinct is being
used as the unit for the territory
each Local Registrar will cover in
his reports When two or moie
units can be combined to advantage
resulting to nor inconvenience to
the people this arrangement is
i 1 made Already hundreds of ac
e i ceptances have been received from
men all over the State and include
bankers lawyers teachers farmers
jclearks and in nearly all instances
I people who are interested in < pro
i moting public health work It is
mainly tile work ofsendttiK the
proper blanks apdvJnst uttu > ns
that will occupy the time t1Jl I tHiei
operation i of the law on Janu
ary i 19 ii J 4
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ATr Egbert Griffin god wife of
Stt Louis are visitin < i hi parents
of this place Mistes hila parentsI
and Ray Hunt of Brown Mn hi
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were with homefolks hst wet
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Mr Edgar Griffin wife aidson I
of Corbin are visiting their parents
at this pIacMiss Roe Pike of
Brodhead spent last Sunday with
Miss Sallie ReynoldsMessrs T
and Alf Griffin and Hugh Cress I
of Jelhco Tenu hive bcei viaianj
their grandfather Mr Nelse 1
Griffin I
Mr S E Chandler is able to
I Legin his school alter an illness 1
ot two months of typhoid fever
I Miss Sallie Reynolds was in Living
ston last SaturdayMiss Rilda
Chandler entered school at Brown
Memorial last FridayI
I
WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE
For thiity > ears I F Bower of
Fertile ddneede1 help and
couldnt find it Th tts why he
wants to find some one now
Suffering so long himself he feels
for all distress from Backac
Nervousness Loss of Appetite
assitude and Kidney disorders
He shows that Electric Bitter
work wonders for such troubes
Five bottles he writes wholly
cured me and now I am well and
hearty Its also positively gua
ranteed for Liver Trouble Ds
pepsia Blood Disorders Female
Complaints and Malaria Try
them soc at Chas C Davs
Twentyfive girls are dead a
half dozen are dying aud twenty
three are in hospitals as the result
ofa fire Which devastated a four
story factory at Orange and High
streets Newark N J Saturday
afternoon Many of the dead were
killed by jumping from the win
dows and fire escapes and others
perished in the flames their bodies
being burned in the ruins when
the walls fell Several firemen
Were injured in Jaltempfihg
rescue the terrorstricken girls and
every hospital in Newark was
filled withvictims last night
The fire was caused by an explosion
of gasoline
gasohneBusiness
Business was suspended during
thQ funeral srrvices for John G
Carlile in Govington last Tnesday
NURSING MOTHERS
show the beneficial ef
feqts of
Scotts Emulsion
in a v iy short time It
not only builds her up
but enriches the mothers
I
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 II
childrenFOB I
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS I
Send lOc name of paper and this ad for our
beautiful Savings Bank and Child SketchBook
Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny
SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York
POSTED
We whose names appear below
strictly forbid hunting or tresspass
ing on our premises and will prose
cute to the extent of the law any
one guilty
I Thos Cherry Gus Staversbn
Mrs Nannie Hunt J C Gibbs
J W Moore Mrs Alice Moore
John Leece J J Smith
Josie Dev nlt
s II
WHAT A FAMOUS EDITOR
SAYS
The editor of the TaylorTrot
wood Magazine wrote to cue of
j his friends these words You
I arked me to notify you if I saw an
I opportunity for a good investment
I 1 have it for von I never knew
I until now what a good opportunity
i for a money making investment
1 this mapazine afforded You asked
me to let you in on the ground
floor and I am doing So
IThis same opportunity is given
j all who desire to be a stockholder
and a Life Subscriber to the Taylor
Tfotwood Magazine One share
of stock per value 1000 and a
perpetual subscription to the maga
zineb tbJorrooo
i Let usjiiiye your order npw
This pppbrtunlfyvis limited
Write
T lorrTr wood Publishing Go
< tG Nashville Term
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THE FATHERS CARE I
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Never a rparrow falleth
Down through the frosty air
But the loving eve of our Father
Vlaks It with tender care
Neer the we tkest biidUug
Cries tor his daily bread
But the open hand of our Father
Shows him a table spread
Bit dearer tar than sparrows
Are the children of His love
N > weak one sre forgotten
By tlu Father heart above
He knows the bitter hunger
He sees there are nn red
Thousands of His loved ones
In need of daily bread
And lie who fed I he thousands
By Galilees blue sea
Sends to His fainting children
Portions by jou and me
ThengUdlv do His errands
1
Pas on the Heavensent bread
Give freely of your substance
Till all on earth are fed
Selected
Speaking ot the twenty railli n I
I life insurance policvbolders in the
United States President Gecrge
E Ide of the Home Life In
surance Company Saturday urged
before the Interstate Commerce
Commission that in its disposition
of the pending freight rate increas
es in Eastern trunk line territory
I nothing be done which will strike
a blow at railroad securities
SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH
How an appalling calamity in his
family was prevented is told by A
D McDjnald of Fayetteville N
C RF D No 8 My sister
had consumption he writes she
was very thin and pale had no
appetite and seemed to grow
weaker every day as all remedies
failed till Dr Kings New Dis
covery was tried and so completely
cured her tint she has not been
troubled with a cough since Its
the best medicine I evcr saw or
heard of For coughs clds la
grippe asthma Croup hemorrhage
ail bronchial troubles it has noI
equ l5OC 100 Trial bottle
free Guaranteed by Chas C
DavisChildren
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
CASTORIA
CASTORIAM j
M L MYERS
Dentist
At Residen = e
on Old Main
StreetI
MT VERNON KY
Will be in office at Livingston
every Monday
R W DYCHE j
DENTISTI
MT VERNON KY
Office at residence on Main Tt
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty Work guaranteed
C C Williams
WillianlSi
MT VERNON KYI
J6TOFFICE On 2cd floor o r
The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church
streetSpecial attention given
to collections
collectionsPhone
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Phone NoSoI
Mount Vernon Monomena
WORKS
Manufacturer of and
I V I DEALER n Marbles and
Granite Monuments of all
kinds Estimates furnished
on application
GEO OWENS Propr
Phone 112
3 MeCLARY
UNDERTAKER and EMBAIMR
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Children Cry for Fletchers
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The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been
in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
rj sonal supervision since its infancy
S Allow no one to deceive you in this
All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It
contains neithei Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
The Childrens PanaceaThe Blotters Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
at
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY 7T MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY
= 3JJ
WAN TSD
EGGS POULTRY AND ALL
KINDS OF PRODUCE
At Mt Vernon Every Monday I
WILL PAY CASH
HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER KY
W R GOTT CO
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HI ATIS = Jn
The place to buy your goods We sell you goods
cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and pay you
higeest price for yourproduce
M ns and Boys Clothing ol
t I 1Mens for cost f
II Ladies dress goods for cost and less Must clean
our shelves for our hew stock which will soon arrive
< J > o goods sold on credit either cash or produce
IIA c HI ATT
HIATT KENTUCKY
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Our line of Couch Caskets
is unexcelled
Handmade Coffins furnished
111Handmade
the Hearse County sent to all parts of
irAll orders W bAre eXFiIedIf
Phone 94S MT VERNON KY
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JKLT YERSOI DISKET CD t
PRACTICAL 3
UNDERTAKERS 3
FUNERAL AND KyI
EMBALMERS = S
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IMt Vernon KY zS
COUCH METAtlC CASKETS U
= Coffins and R bes S U
E Lic med Embalmer wil 1 hov charge of that line of Z
work fOrthOCompanyi =
= Qrdcs by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points e
GEORGE OWENS Manager
Qfiice Mt Vernon Monumeutal Bailding PHONE ll2
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