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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r j FridaytJUnii1 ert1 l f J illDIll jl VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KT FRIDAY JAN 4 19C7 c NUMBER 15 U h vZ 1 MTVMIb This I deem an opJ portune time to thank our many friends and patrons forthe liberal and substantial support accorded us in A the past year And inl acknowledging it I pledge my best efforts to merit its continua tion TalsO WTSIrymr one and all p A Happy and f I- y k ProsperousIYearS Surrounded with all the pleas 1 ures and comforts that your labors so richly deserve andf ifany clouds of sorrow have K r appeared during t9D6may theyJ be rapidlyclearedaway W r by the sunshine of happiness and the new born hopes atfS th dawn of the new year WY You have been good tome J Jv and it is with great joy thatl I I embrace this opportunity to s thank v w- u yoni i v ui f 3D d t t t 1 Jft fJy iI t HISTORYifthe County f By JAMES M RET I The first telegraph line was i by the United States Govern eat through the county from Cumberland Gap to Camp Nelson office in Mt Vernon was in Joplin Hotel 1862 The op ator was Peter Jones The next who manipulated the key nd read the dots and dashes made long strips of paper from a tele raph registry or threshing was the good natured Nagel They didnt read y sound in those dayb Acoustic telephone JE Vowels James Maret and J L Whitehead line ran from depot to their busi nesshouses Mt Vernon Electric telephone introduced in county bv A H Bastin James Maret andA E Albright 1898 Typewriter by James Maret 1889 Newspaper The Signal by James Maret 1887 Turbine water wheel Moses N flour mill by Willis Grif finPlaning mill W R Dillion saw mill Willis Griffin Two horse ca riage WR Kirt ley J L Joplin was second to usebufor 25 years and aI portion of the existenceIafter nearly 50 years Bicycle WL DeGraff It was an ordinary great wheel in front with very smallone following It gave the boys who tried it many falls and somersets not Pulaski county Steam thTesher 1ichealBoers Traction Engine Orus Bowers and brother Phonograph William Cummins- of Maretburg Organette Walk NewComb col Cherry stoner W J Newcomb j 1906 Stone crusher and steam drill Hugh Miller Co 1894 Gasoline engine L N R R Co in pump house Brodhead Dr M L Myers second Magazine or repeating shotgun George Gover colored Escaped slave to return from the South George Mullins or Smith 1862 yet lives in this county Concrete building Jones Fish with George Johnson a close second Store houses erected in Mt Vernon 1906- Printing pressan old army and office outfit used at Crab Orchard during the war JEo- welsl886V Iron safe with combination look J H Otter House made of brick court house and clerks offices first Jop tin Hotel second House in Mt Vernon supposed to be the old Langford house now the property of Mrs M Houk situated about one yards south of the Court House The logs in this building have port holes cut in them and were used in firing through at Indians in the early days The house is weather boarded now and doesnt show the logs etc Rubber tired vehicle Manly Al bright Brodhead Wood pumps H G Howard Brodhead and never was better made Chair maker William Sigman in 1850 made chairs at his home near Conway There are many chairs in usetoday that were made by Mr Sigman half a century ago David Sigman a nephew of Wil liam is carrying on the trade of his uncle that of hand made chairs M J Millers store keeps them in stock at Mt Vernon Known man to pass through county was Daniel Boone crossed andiup trace through close to where Pine Hill station is now down Boones Hollow up Round Stone and out into Madison county at Boones Gap Stenographer Jobif T Welsh learned the principles of shorthand fram ja mes Maret arid look posi With WH Thomas pn ibtuV l ville Is now vice president of the Globe Fertilizer Co of the above city Roller flour mill Brodhead R S Martin T S Frith John Per kins BrodheadrTobacco Factory R S Martin Brodhead Established by Dick Martin of Virginia who ran his works at Brodhead many years but moved his headquarters later to Junction City to take advantage of freight rates His brands of tobac co have a big reputation not only in Kentucky but in other slates Dynamite used by contractors on construction of KC R R in making tunnels cuts etc by John Canton a Co Coal shipped by Miller and Den ny Pleasant Valley station now known as Cove Other coal shippers were Cash Crooke Pine Hill Coal Co George Sambrooke Liv iugston Coal Co Sand shipped by Harrison Reams at Dudley on K C road 2 miles south of Brush Creek station Freestone buildingahipped from Langford Quarries the greatest in SouthEast Kentucky Hail Grit Charles Colyer made and sold mill stones from hail grit 65 years ago and followed it as a business until the roller process killed his callingI Member of Legislature Gen Wm Smith born 1773 grand father of the writer got his title from being ageneral of the State Militia He owned the larger por tion of the land inand surrounding- the town of Mt Vruon Until his death tvhi h tic re tnt 49 he AvksVhe Owuef of arid lived on the property vacated some years since in North M t Vernon by James I White His descendants and rela tives are the Cooks Singleton Fishs Millers Marets Myers Smiths Ternls and others His remains lie in the Mt Vernon cem etery beside those of his wife and a Sonpowercylinrler printing press E S Albright Lime Kiln for commercial purposes Fritz Kreuger Rockcastle was formed 1809 was organiz ed 1810 Court House of brick 1810 new Court House 1873 cost 817 000 New Jail 1887 cost 8500 Railroad reached Mt Vernon 868 was extended Ito Livingston two years later where terminus re mained for 12 or 15 years Buiness brick house Harriso Carpenter second business house built of brick was erected by Fritz Krueger for J W Baker Son Gasoline gas lights S W Davis j Turnpike J W Riderup school house hill from Mt Veriion depot 1906 JdtRound1stone1899 Tan Bark shipped by iJ Wit liams M J Miller etc IMan who was always din good humor and created as much or more fun than Mark Twain or Josh Billings was Elisha Terril theIIBrass band 1869 George Severance teacher Wm Poynter Joe JB H Joplin Dude Owens Charles Stewart J E Vowels G B Bragg were some of the mem bersOil well sunk on Brush Creek in souhwe part of the county when Jam es Kincaid drilled for salt on the farm now owned by epMul lins west of Level Green The product a black ooze ran rom the drill hole and covered tbesurfound inS territory The drillers haying no name for it called it that stuff Carding machine Robert Hi ronempris inn building qrlot on r Main street Mt Vernon where M J Miller Jr is now living Paul Griffin o Rriiahy Creeknea r liev t 19efn has only catdjngina e n operation tx Clrecotty lit ii 1887 J I earance iAiS Salej J j t OF l tjItes nb lJnlr t f r jJWe whichwe will sell at a greatly reduced price as we do not want to carry them over next season and in order to dispose of them to make room for other goods we will sell them io for cost and less v1 See Our Line of Fine Umb- rellasCALICOES ro CSi Z Now is the time to buy your Calicoes i r 5cent Calicoes at 4 cent j 6 14 cent Calicoes at 5 cents i WIt F KRUEGER cSO Ny 1 afjf this ttmrIgas n ear Sulphur since 1860 Great Salt Peter Cave ten miles East of Mt Vernon Quanities of this mineral was used for making gunpowder for the American Army in their fight with Great Britain in 1812 This cave is a natural tunnel through the moun tain and a teamof oxen with wag on has been through it Ginseng Nursery S C Frank lin 1896 at Mt Vernon and he has made a big success of it Has shipped to nearly every state Colnyer Brodhead Sand Brick Winchester Granite Brick Co at Dudley station on K C Division of L N R R below Brush Creek Elevation taken by Government t Astronomers when sent to Mt Vernon to observe total eclipse of sun Aug 7 1370 The top of rail on railroad at depot Mt Vernon is 1113 feet above the sea level Ge ological survey shows the follow jug elevations Brodhead 903 Crab Orchard 919 Gum Sulphur 878 Livingston 858 Maretburg 1127 Brushy Mountain 1535 Lin yule Knob 1575 Sutton Knob 1515 Census for 1900 shows popula tion of Mt Vernon422 It is now near 600 Brodhead was 337 Livingston 605- Ground hog power for threshers Hack Sowder Tannery Orrin Lewis near Level Green and Reeds Tanyard Scaffold Cane- Whiskey made by steam Ash ley Owens Fire clay test Dr A G Eovell Telephone message sent from town of Mt Vernon over electric telephone S C Franklin compos itor in Signal office to A H Bas tin Crab Orchard Telephone of fire was in loIlinHotel grooms oh first floor northeast corner Legal Hanging 1841 Jonathan Davidson was banged on gallows which was located about two hun died yards tQf where T D Mullins resides Daridsru killed Henry LangTord by t bbtag tq4eati og tM r t 2xe 1 f J i r d itE 11 0 I a of J T Adams ou corner of Main and hunch streets On day of execution Davidson made a statement on the gallows which amount ed to a curse Pointing to a man in the crowd he said You caused this murder You not any of your family will ever be a Success at anytning You have brought me to the gallows You and yours shall suffer and wind up in blank ness M J Miller was a witness to the killing The writer gained most of this information from him and DN Williams for this article The writers motherjmentioned in his presence a number of times the fact of Dav dsODs two little boys at the behest of their mother went out one night and cut down the gallows 6ti which their father was hanged and burned it into ashes What became of the family no one in Rockcabtle knows today The curse uttered against the other family scents to have been literally fulfilled Masonic Lodge Ashland No 370 organizedabout 1850 j tllfre tains the same name but its num ber is 640 The naives of some of its charter meilibersCoJR G Williams Charles Kirtley Win IL Kirtlev JC Williams J L JoPl- in M R Moore and Jack Wilson Later members were D NWil Hams Charles Av Redd James G Carter Willis Griffin and many other known to citizens living to daySchoolhouseMt Vernon 250 feet sou heast of where Kruegers lime kiln is now jocated Build ing was lost by lire in 1879 while being used as a d welling Robert- A Broadhurst was teiacher Church Brush Creek neariCH max 1850 James Cr9 bt9w- ot Lexington and Pleasant flarifp ton were members of jthls Baptist church Sewing mabhirie1 Jtrs Pauline Smith aWe l t Wiltpa rog From Thornton Hickof Gif rard county CharlesMur later rented r in the 4Xir- tleHouseatWing tm qb i1mV ksr i t el h arlib loIr in Scaffold Cane n ood J 866Theordwoode milltbe heard squeaking more than a mile at times Molasses evaporator John S Gadd Clear Creek t Wagoners to Lexington and Louisville for goods John and SiddVlyers Granville Allen Wm HanselTripsed from 5 to 6 days On one oc casion Harrison Carpenter and D N Williams were short on a cer tain line ofgoods They gave a nicebonus to a wagoner and told him to rush the order It took on ly 40 hours to get to Lexington and return The trip covered 120tmiles t Horse mill erected by Frederick Houk greatgrandfatber tthejreditor of the Signal four miles + north of Mt Vernon on the farm iwhere Andy Hiatt now lives The condone was built in Mt Ver non by James Terril on lot where i Tom Proctors residence novr WljrProctor f To BE CONCLUDED f J tje r ddntdigest Becuse the stomach lacks some one of the es digestivejukesThen top it is this undigested food findigshould be u5 tforrel1efKodolis- a stiTutiori of vegetable acidst ikgests rhat you eat and corrects thadeficieuciesofthe digestion NationalPureFood here by Chas C Davis STaAT there came tomp place r neat Livingston iKy asnahtTi theifer with white Apot tt kft haieYbykeeping GEORGEPOYNTER- Little t touches ofbeckacheslwiald X not be illo ed J go tt nded Rbeumat m andtun y otJlitJthings fnllow Abox tt DeWit xe Jr id9ey Hd Biid r Pills wf wr r iiHet tj Tbey drrrar the r QiOH t1Ie a r i M r VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan 4 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application New 32lforSomerset The Queen City News is the attractive and catchy heading un der which a new paper is to be ed ited in Somerset Mr Woodson Mav the real estate man and Mr Cecil Williams are the proprietor They have bought the plant of the Danville News and after thoroughly renovating the old machinery will add much in the way of mod baveloneMr Williams is formerly of this place being the oldest son of M C Williams Although quite young in fact be will enjoy the distinction of being the youngest editor in the State he has had sev eral years experience in the field of journalism serving for a time on the Interior Journal Stanford and later being city editor on the Som erset Journal Somerset He has proven himself a thorough news paper man energetic and reliable posessing the confidence of all with whom he came into contact And it is with the utmost praise end a hearty welcome that we greet him as editor and publisher BRODHEAD Continued from Fourth Page DenIhamW rooms in the Wm Potts property 0 W Turpin has moved from Main street to Hamps ave in Jefferl sonvll1eIr WF Carter us that Walter Huntis nuch bJI fcTerT Miss li lie Fuget visited her sister Mrs Clarence rSchaffer first of week Brodhead did hersel iroudin the society line during the holidays On December 6Mr and Mrs C H Frith entertained vis in their usual nice way and all present enjoyed life to its fullest extent On Thursday night between the hours of 7 and 1230 p m Mr and Mrs J G Grith en tertained the younger set royally in honor of the two sons O A of St Louis and George Mc of Berea who were at home during the holidays Games etc were in dulged in until 10 p m when sup per was announced where covers were laid for 35 It will be re membered that just one year ago Uncle 1errygave us a party which was the swellest up to its time eve given in Brodhead but the one given on Dec 27 1906 far surpassed gad the writer can truthfully Say that this one was the swellest ever attended in his life At the r table we found all the delicacies of the season in great abundance The entertaining is due to Uncle Jerrys niece Miss Carrie Frith of Gum Sulphur Beautiful favors were presented to all Those reg istering were Misses John Eva Ethel and Lyda Hilton Meade Bar ton Burdette Owens Elizabeth Cable Eliza Pike Mattie Wilmott Rosa Pike Etta Frith Jewel Fran cisco Carrie Frith of Gum Sul phur Cora Griffin of Mt Vernon Emma Jones of Lancrster Ethel Parker of Martinsville Va Cora and Ada Wesley Liberty Messrs W J Owens J P Albright F L Durham E R Gentry O A J rith Dr W F Carter Geo Me Jrith Gorman Frith A Cand H B McClarjr V S Martin Jno Evans Gene Padgett Urban Cass B It Wilmoti B E Albright Sherley Adams and Mont Roberts Miss Eliza Pike entertained on December 3ist in honor of her 11ar igvisltorMiss lemma Jones Miss Vela Evans entertained a umber of her friends on New Years night Clear up the compleTipn cleanse the liver and tone the system YOU oflDreliable little pills with a reputa tioa The pills that everyone knows Rcecmmeided by Chas C viJ Jc h MINOR F FISH Beneath the azure skies of the southern State of North Carolina in Wednesday December 26 1906 he life of Minor Fleetwood Fish was peacefully ended An invalid for almost two years Mr Fish af ter spending some time in the West had gone to Ashville for hi l health but that great boon was to be denied him for he began Jailing rapidly from the time of his arriv al Born at Fountain Head Tenn in the year of 1883 in the month dlV1thetwo boys and the older brother of a loving sister His mother Mrs R B Muilins and sister Miss Margueritte Fish of this place and brother John H Fish of Mariet flhavingwas laid for its eternal sleep by the side of his father in the family lot townlofMost unfortunate indeed and pitiful seems his death coming as it did in the prime ot life when it hadonly begun to unfold its great opportunities and possibilities At arly age Mr Fish began the stud of telegraphy being a most apt pu oil he soon entered the service ol theL N R R Co as operator and advancing rapidly to the rank of train dispatcher becoming one the most efficient as well as being the youngest on the line Here ht wrved for aite a timeate cfter wards due to the fact of his poor health going west only to find that he must return unimproved Re maining here for about six months his health still failing he went on December 17 to Ashville N C where on Wednesday of last week he met his death with perfect com posureBy death the county has los a splendid young man Never was there a young man in the town o Mt Vernon who had more tru friends than had Minor Fish Generous purc minded with tht soul of a child and the heart ofa man he was most pleasing to all making friends wherever he went and it is with unfeigned sorrow that they realize that he is gone To his many boy chums in tbi town the circle of friendship show its first break one link is gone fron the chain of fidelity A true lovti of nature with that spirit which only a lover can posess he treatec his enemies as friends and his friends as devoted The current of his life was shor but gentle Starting as a rivulet in the dreary month of November it flowed onward and onward ever increasing ever broadening until in the bleak month of December as a river it reached its mouth going out into the Sea of Eternity from whence in reality it came back to his Redeemer BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL School opened with one hundred and twentyfive in attendance Since April 1st 1006 ane hundred and eightytwo pupils have been enrolled All but twelve of these have been in the school at least three months and 60 per cent a qualityIpurpose there has been a marked improvement during the past fifteen weeks On Friday evening January s th at 8 oclock sharp the third music recital of the series will be given in the chappelof Brown Memorial School The subjects will be Beethoven and Balfe Asketch of the givenLcomposition will be rendered both vocal and instrumental The program of the recital has already ap peared in thepaper IVj s 1- Sheriffs Sale warrantsisiilIy virtue or tax Clerk 6f the RocUrnstle County Court on the list of deling quent tax payers for the year iwG j vnicu list wasjurnisbed said Clerk by me as Sheriff ot Rockcatle County as required hv law I or opeot my Deputies yill on the sSili jay of January 1907it being County Cou t day at the front door of the Court house in Mti Vernon Ky offer for sale to thoj highest and best bidder for taxt s l cost interest and penalty the real estate or a sufficient amount there of to satisfy the taxes etc due the State and county by said delin quents for the year 1906 Vitness mv hand as Sheriffof the county aforesaid this January 2nd 1907 DISTRICT No 2 Cress A J n r one town lot in Maretsburg tax penalty and cost 2 82 Harrison Henry one acre land near T D Mullins tax penalty tndcost 3 75 Henderson Wilson n r one town lot in Mt Vernon tax pen alty and cost ii 42 DIST NO3 Adams J J167 acres land near John Martin tax penally and cost 853 Adams Leonard nr 75 acres land near T J Mink tax penalty and cost 6 43 Brooks Mrs Maggie n r one town lot in Wildie near L T Stew art tax penalty and cost 6 43 Harris John Dn r 900 acres land near B B Chasteen tax pen ally and cost 14 05 Hix Chas n r 10 acres land near J M Pig tax penalty and cost 388 Kidwell Poe sr 25 ages land near D C Pullins tax penalty and cost 388 Kentucky Rockcastle StouerCo 40 acres land near L T Stewart tax penalty and cost2008Se- ttles Geo tn r 950 acres land near Boones Gap tax penalty and cost 1389 Walker J B n r 50 acres land sear Tom Bullen tax penalty and cost 426 DIST NO4 Abram Walter 75 acres land sear Mrs J C Simpson tax p n dry and cost 495 Hpllinsworth WM 25 acres and near Rosie Hollinsworth tax lenalty and cost r r 3 89 Lutes Chas hem ur 200 icres land near Henry Hamlin tax penalty and cost 632 Simpson J C heirs 100 acres and near lames Vanwinkle tax penalty and cost 6 33 Thomas J D 7 acres landnear H C Thomas tax penalty and ost 4 oo DIST NO5 Baker Hardin 50 acres land near rum Shepherd tax penalty and ost 5 42 Luxom Coleman n r 212 cres land near Nelson Baker tax enalty and cost 7 39 Glass H Fu r 50 acres land ear Sol Griffin 47 acres land near Vm Coffey tax penalty and ost 4 53 Metcalf Ben 10 acres land neat V S Muilins tax penalty and ost 379 Sexton E P Cn r 40 acres ind near Dock Carpenter tax penalty and cost 3 10 DIST No6 Chenault D Nn r near John Overbey tax penalty and cost 10 61 DIST NO7 Livingston Aldridge Jamcs n r one town lot tax penalty and cost 5 38 Coffey Joe En r one town lot tax penolty and cost 6 32 Martin Geo n r 40 acres land near Nute Durham tax penalty andcost325Magee John one town lot in Livingston tax penalty and cost 7 27 Muilins Ballard one town lot in Livingston tax penalty and cost 443 tOWnIJotscost iio 93 Mullins J C one town lot in Livingston tax penaly and cost 9 43 HurleV Robert 12 acres land near John Moberly tax penalty 41McWhorterland near Elisha Muilins tax pen 40Nicholslot in Livingston tax penalty land cost 3 00 Withers Joe n r one town lot at Sinks depot tax penalty and 15lNichols R Mn r 47 acres land near Geo Bowman tax penalty and cost- Taylor 7 97 Daniel 75 acres land near Wm Nicely Jr tax penalty and cost 569 DIST NO9 Jones Sallie 70 acres land near JM Norton tax penalty and cost 31SowderC Owens 14 acres tax JenaltY and post s1 k rt 1 icc r Jii MsxF tt 4rke iF it I e IThis space belongs to r j lG T Johnson frDEALER IN f f Ladies and Gents Furnishings MT VERNON KENTUCKY Watch for his opening announcement it I I- DCDOC i pc M J ul MepMPLETE LINE I iIORI Best at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE e e Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH Andrews cte Kentucky o 3DIST No 10 Lawrence R E 80 acres land near Joseph Woodall tax penal ty a d cost 5 65 Owens Amanda n acres laud near M K Hamm tax penalty and cost 268 Peoples tiarnatt heirs 40 acres land near C C Botkins tax pen altyandcost300Potts Brodhead tax penalty and cost 547 Proctor Sarilda 40 acres land near Alfred Owens tax penalty and cost3 63 Scarbough L heirs 100 acres landnear Geo Farris tax penalty and cost4 31 Shafer OrvU i acre land near R S Martin tax penalty and cost 341 Smith E Ju r 40 acres laud near Jane Owens tax penalty and cost 3r5 Ison J N 200 acres land near Granville Leece tax penalty and lost 953 DIST No n Abrams Solomon Cn r 75 acres land near J F Dooley tax penalty Taylor and if colored t bu 63 and lot in Mt Nernon Ky tax penalty and cost 3 741 R L McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County J INSIDIOUS DANGER IAoftheworst features of Kid ney is that it is an insidi our disease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foley s Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as jit corrects irregularities and pre vents Brights disease and diabetes For sale by Chas C Davis THE RIGHT WAY Mr August Sherpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Mad isou Ia says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good andmake one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure billiousness and constipation 25C at all druggists The street cars are now in operation in Somerset CA8TOBXBegirt the SJptvtef A Bougt tZIkMH9HHHB9B S91a31 mIfBW workmW Satisfaction GuaranS mteed 4l mtMMt Vernon Ky m 8AB 8B8r 7 A GADRANTEBD CARE FOR PILES Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz to refund money if PAZO OINT MItN fails to cure in 6 to 14 days OC i I LEST YOU vvw FORGETT- hat we are the leading merchant of Rockea rile county come see our new line of UpTo Date Cloth inn Hats and Shoes They are simply swell perfectflitSHOE Try a pair and see for yourself Our Dry Goods line is complete Such beauties as you necer saw before in dress goods of all kinds and they are pefectly uptodate Our rices are astonishingIa u- sHIATTA C I HIATT KENTUCKY ====== =l YOURBANKINQi No matter how small no mattter how large THE BAN OfkM T ERNONitwill give it careful attention This message applies tto the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of hockeduponOFFICERS CashierJttt1J1Irt1ItIttiI I IJ 111 11111 H Hff ft fl In If 1ZG Willis Griffin iUNDERTAKER =1 AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR LMt Vernon KY Stock Complete Can furnish on short no ydoneg ORDERS wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 7liili lilltiliUifltillilitlltittijiltfltilliiililiiUllltlWliiiil ltil Wn To Cure a Cold in Day TEL Laxative Sromo lineTletsI vwrrrwl jkaMw PRACTICAL 3 3 2 by 22 One 1J MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Jan 4 1907 Z9 Call up No 79 when 3011 wo nt to Conmuni cato with SIGNAL 79 a A It R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 28 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered nt the Mt Vernon Ky Postofficel u eecond class mail matt- erPERSONAL J J and Jack McCall were here Friday on business Mrs W H Cox has been quit sick for the past week Miss Maude Hansel is very dan gerously ill with appendicitis Atty C C Williams was in Hamilton 0 yesterday on busi ness Miss Minnie Nicely left Tuesday for Berea Kylwhere will attend school Ally T A Stewart has opened his offices in Jacksonville Fla for the practice of law Miss Elizabeth Adams returned Wednesday to Campbell Hager man College at Lexington Miss Beulah Smith after the Christmas vacation has returned to school at Williainsburg Mrs Mary C Albright and son Manley spent last Monday with the family of C C Williams Tyree Gentry and wife of Leba non Junction were here last week on a visit to Mr Gentrys parents Dan Roach who has been with C C Williams as stenographer has returned to his home in Man chester Mr and Mrs Woodson ta weie on Saturdays train en rout from London to their home iSomerset Miss Rose Leichleiter was callad last week to Lebanon Junction to the bedside of her brother Charlie LeichleiterMr Mrs J W Gentry of St Louis were here on a visit to the formers parents Mr and Mrs H O Gentry during the holidays Miss Lemm Fay Jones of Bed ford Ind was the pretty and at tractive guest of the Misses Thompson and Mrs G M Ballard last weekMiss Willie Benton daughter o Dr Percy Benton of Brodhead was the charming guest of Miss Bessie Sparks on last Friday and SaturdayMrs Thompson and daughters Misses Lillie and Tana o Crab Orchrrd spent the holidays with Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs W M Poynter Luther Cummins left Tuesday for Louisville toreport at the headquarters of the Turner Day Woolworth Handle Co Luther will be put in charge of one of their many mills in Kentucky Miss Reca Baker left Wednesday for Prestonburg where she will attend a house party given her former schoolmate Miss May Has kins She will visit in Frankfort and Lexington after the house party Drs James Penningtbn and Gro ver Price left Tuesday for Louis ville where they will enter the Hospital College of Medicine of which that delightful and talented physician Dr P Richard Taylor is Dean Mrs Charlotte Jarrette and children have been the guests of U V Jarrett of this place for the past week Mrs Jarrett has just lately eturned from New Mexico to which State she will probably re turn in the spring Mr John Jackson one of Lon dons best citizens passed through with his family on Tuesdays train to Lincoln county where he goes to live having bought a splendid farm on the Danville pike four miles from Stanford Charlie Leichleiter brakeman condifwhich he received in a railroad sc cident at Lebanon Junction the w first of last week His left arm is badly crushed and two rips are broken V r l F Mrs M B Salin is visiting her parents in Owen county Miss Annie Tate is visiting Miss Lillie Thompson of Crab Orchard W C Mullins of Lafollette Tenn was here Saturday on busi nessElmer Leichleiter was here from Lebanon Junction the first of the weekEugene Orndoff of Cincinnati was a pleasant visitor here last weekLee Chesnut has returned to the Hospital College of Medicine LouisvilleJohn has moved to the residence recently purchased on Main street Qnite a crowd of the young peo pie of Brodhead were up between trains Sunday Joe Brown left Monday for Lex ington where he is attending Kentucky University Miss Ada Hysinger daughter oi witheconsumptionMiss Evans of Brodhead was the charming guest of Mrs G M Ballard last week Mrs J W Brown and Miss Id M Taylor have returned from short visit to Cincinnati Victor C Tate of Chester spen the holidays with his mother Mrs Alice Tate of this place Ed Fish son of Judge H Fish of Williamsourg spent last week with relatives here G W Baker has returned to High Cliff Tenn after a short vis it to his daughter Miss Reca Bak er Ben Adkins was down from Williamsburg last week calling on one of our most popular young la diesMr and Mrs L R Hughes en joyed the Christmas festivities at the home of Mr and Mrs F L ThompsonBrakemen Eugene Brown Ma rion Denham John D Miller and Jim Davault spent Christmas with relatives here Bethurume lastnBethurums parent of near here After spending the holidays with his father and mother Jack Adams has returned to Denver Colo on account of bis health Burdette Houk who is connect ed with the Belknap Hardware Co of Louisville spent Christmas with his sister Mrs Robt Cox Miss Risse Williams after spending the holidays with her parents returned Wednesday to the College of Music Cincinnati Ohio Washingfton spent week her son Walter Miller at the home of his grandfather M J Mil ler on upper Main Miss Frances Sparks has return ed from a weeks visit at bridesmaidtat the HagermanWatson wedding on last Saturday evening James Proctor operator on the Iwas here this week after at tending the funeral of Minor Fish at Fountain Head Tenn to see bis sister who is very sick Miss Bessie Mullins left on Fri day last for a short visit to Miss Cora Adems of Livingston Mis Mullins will visit in Corbin an Knoxville before her return Mrs George Moore the daugh ter of Wm Hysinger of the Hia neighborhood is very low wit tuberculosis Her recovery is very doubtful Miss Hattie Brown the hand some daughter of Judge W L Brown of London was on Mon days train on her return from a few months visit to Mr and Mr C R Brock of Denver Colo Willie Martin oldest son of S H Martin of this place is here on a months visit to homefolks For a number of years now Mr Martin has been connected with his uncle in the hardware business in Lynchburg Va and owing to the lots of their building by fire in Decembe- he is now out on vacation to Fe ruary when their new building wi be ready for occupancy Mr and Mrs M C Williams and children James and John spent the latter portion of last week with his father and mnthe- Mr and Mrs D N Williams ndidlyIfire has twice burned him out jet before the smoke of either fire bad clearttf away he was up again ready for business r I 5 i g ffJ f ii Ii Ji a IIIFor to Shoes Areyoucarry the Star Brand line of Shoes and the line the latest save yon We II the comprises not only and most uptodate in shoe styles but the best that can be bought formoney They are Shoes that we can conscientiously recommend to our customers c RUBBERS 7 Capt M F Smith spent Christ mas with his daughter at Loretta W G Nicely is closing out his stock of goods at Hansford prepar atory to going to Berea where he has purchased property andwill locate in the near future olLOCAL A fine boy baby arrived Wednes day of pst Reek to be s the cnL of J Fish The street and pavements on plain street below the store of W M Poynter are being improved Wotk has commenced on the grading and macadimizing of that of Main street between Richmond street and the railroad Fred Krue ger has the contract BRINKLEY It is with the deepG est regret that we note the Mr Ben Hampton Brinkleywho lied in Denver Colo on Wednes Jay December 19 1906 Mr Mrsforda time lived in our midst Young Mr Brinkley has frequently visited here and has m ny warm hitsym1pathy IMrand Mr J H Colyer of Rockcas tIe county were quietly married resisdence of Rev W F Vaughan tha gentleman performing the cere moay The bride is a lovelyalld attractive young woman and has a large circle of admirers For some months she was a saleslady in the dry goods store of Severance Son and extended acquaintance that position gave her many friends Thbe a prosperous young m 11er and is to be congratulated on winning such a worthy helpmeet After a short sojourn m Louisville the happy couple will return to Rockcastle where the best wishes of their friends will attend them JournalsTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI Take LAXATINB BRO to NINE Tablets All druggists rehi tbe aobneg ff 1t falls to cure E Watg Groves sigriatiire is pn each box 2 vets The Patriot Shoe The Patriot Shoe for Men is the shoe without the hurt and the cut represents one of the many differt styles we carry If you are looking for a shoe that is dressy and comfortable the Patriot is the one you want They dont have to be breken in they fit from the start Come and let us show them to you They are beauties This style wearej ellingat 375 THE OUR FAMILY SHOE The Our Family Shoe for Women and Misses is made out of mosthonestlymarket You cant wear them out they are so strong This shoe is made in all the latest styles and this is the one you ought to wear for every day wear We are selling these shoes at Womens 200 Missos 150 I I t I Mrs Fred Hahu is very sickand there is little hope of her recovery Drs E J Brown and A G Lovell are attending her MEN county isj being organized by a force of private Detectives affiliated with the dest strongest and best detec organization in the world One good man is wanted in each town city and school District Experience not needed but must give references Full time not required Opportunity to make good money to right parties Address by letter onlySuperintendent D C Alcorn Livingston Ky On Sunday motning Dec 23 the life of T Grinstead was ended the home of his father Prof- rinstead of Danville Mr T G rinsteadwas but quite a young man having been out ofschool but a few years He was an ex tremely popular fellow with all ages being a thorough man Prof Grinstead has conducted the Teachers Institute here a number herespll of whom sympathize with him in his bereavement CLOSING OUT SALEOh Jan ist 1907 I will close out my Jentire stock of merchandise fox cash o produce at less than actual coot Consisting of a complete line of Clothingt indsure and see one of our current price lists giving an idea of the great sacrificed we will make All persons indebted to us either by ac count or note please call and settle same at once W GNICELY Hahsford Ky School opened here Wednesday with a marked increase in attend anc The dormitory is full and the students from vout of town must depend entirely upon the homes of the people being opened to them With a good school in our midst drawing people to our ndtown it appears that all should be Ydingthe of iy throwig open he doors of their oebideuces 10 the students t Owing to the freezing and burst ing of our gasoline engine the pow erby which the large press is run getIOwENsGRATBIRrAmid the joyful Yuletide Miss Annie Owens- If near Quail and Mr 1 N Gray biel the lumber man were united atIIMr Graybiel is well known here and their many friends wish them success and happiness On Sunday Dec23 Miss Effie Sowder daughter of Dick Sowder of this place and Mr John Paine of Livingston were married Miss Sowder is quite an attractive young lady who has many friends here who congratulate the groom in ob taining such a one for his life com panion At the annual el ection of the Ashland lodge No 640 F Av M held last week the following of yearjJjWfJHFranklin Secy E B Cox S D M F Smith J D Joshua Parret- and Alfred Owens Stewards M C Owens Tyler rQUARTERLY REPORT Showing the financial condition of the Citizens Bank at the close of busi ness December 31 19 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 6138639 Overdrafts secured 67791 Due from NatlT 433431Due f Banks and bankers 292675 f 726106 Banking House and lot 435000 Specie 320004 7200041CurrencyFurniture and Fixtures 545906 8633446 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 40606Deposits 5758296terest 6898446j1140150 Due National Banks 75000 Unpaid dividend 120000 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the com party or first the liability of the member thereof l directly or indirectly if lindebt dDiM e as pec eatt t The Society Shoe Ithemen that are dressy and be worn dress and service toolIt makes the feet look neat andtt IEveryThis style we 3 50 tmf THE ETERNITY SHOE u GirlsGirlsshoes but they cant wear these out They are tough and are the shoe you ought to buy for your shoesforhave to buy so many shoes in a year And another thing these shoes give the childrens feet oughttoshoes are all selling at200 UU IIi IlfrouI WANTEDThis 6I aresellingat 5 n ital stock actually paid in andactual amount of of gdirector paidupDOts amount of iiilebtedims of any indul1ingintheliability of the individual members there of exceed 30 per cent of paidup cap NoAmount120000 Were all expenses losses interest and declarIingper cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car dividend8633446 IRockcastIeCount IIi J W Hutcheson Cashier of The anddoingnon in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bankat the close of business on the 31 day of December 1906 to the best of his knowledge and beliefr and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named namedand not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Sec oftvhichsuch7 W Hutcheson cashier DIRECTORS W E Gravely R H HauuiiftJ Shos Cherry byJ19 A E Albright N P RCMy sommission expires Jan 6 i9io WISE C THESOUTH I want to give some valuabe withlamesays J R Blankenship of Beck ahsolutewill positively cure this condition The first ditressincII great relief and after taking a few completelyIgreat reme y Sold under a garantee by all druggist price Sot ATorirk KW YOlHIjfwaJl8eIt B th it for l mmj i Out m ro IJJMy entire lot andWinmmtel mINH This is a seasons endK wiUmIJbe bemmso1d EAltLY before the stock W is brokenm Christmas is com youiIjJpres entsEverything in the way of FLOSSES SILKS RIBBONS and LINEN IMrTCEO I BROWN TEBNON XT EJ HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS fromchilb1ainswrites Otisfield Me I adply Bucklin forsaltrhetimt insdolentulcers atail010IMt s A 1W hhyr liar lia ttr 4 Jl r oooooooO MOOoio ootGaoI 81beension to bring back health and strength y 0 But the strongest point about Scott J t Emulsion is that you dont have to be o sick to get results from itoo It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat 2 8onthin people makes a fretful baby happy 0- o color to a pale girls cheeks and pre 0 0vents coughs colds andconsumption 0 0 0- o Food in concentrated form for sick and 0- o well young and old rich and poor 0 gAndit contains no drugs and no alcohol S ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1OO i66 i66 6++++ BKODHEA1 Mrs J W Hutcheson and son James Edward spent the holida s with Mr and Jas Hutcheson of OwentonMiss Cora Griffin has returned to her home at Mt Ver non after spending Xmas here vis iting her many friendsMiss Maude Forbes was at home in Level Green during the holidaysJas Francisco and son of Lafollette Tenn are with Mr Franciscos father for a few daysR G Wil mott of Pine Knot and O C Wilmott of Knoxville Tenn spent Christmas with their mother Mrs M E WilmottO A Frith has returned to St Louis after be ing nome for Santa ClausMisses Susie and Ethel Hilton of Lancas ter and Morehead respectively spent Christmas with their parents Mr and Mrs Harry Hilton Miss Maude Watson has returned home after spending a month in Garrard county with relations and friends Mrs H E Thompson and daugh ter of Loretto were with Mrs Thompsons son Ernest last weekGeo Mc Frith duringI turned to Berea after winter vacation parents Mr and Mrs J G Frith Jesse Baker and wife of Lonisvllle gspeht Xmas week here the guests of Mr and ir MmerJ i1ton ord was the guest of Mis- s7Hi1toii ChristmasH H Hutcheson of Kirksville called on one of our fair Jsex here d ing the holidays Miss Dora Dick erson spent part of last week with her brother Joe Dickerson in Liv ingston Xmas did some nice work in the marrying line here Miss Altie Owens became Mrs Sam Sayers and Miss Annie Ow ens became a Mrs Graybiel and Miss Bertie Harp became Mrs Arch AlbrightMr and Mrs L W Hilton of Pine Hill visited here during Christmas Miss Lizzie Tharp spent Xmas in Mount Vernon and Crab O- rchardJE Wallin of Somerset was with his family here during the holidays Miss Emma Jones of Garrard visited Miss EHzi Pike during XmasH B McClary and J W Hutcheson were in Central Cit this week on businessMiss Lenn Thay Jones of Bedford Ind is a charming visitor of Miss Sadie EvansT W Evans B R Wil mott and Ed Hurt brakemen spent last week with their parents hereE R Gentry and M G Dowell left Mondav for Ponce de Leon Fla seeking the Fountain of YouthMiss Etta C bleis among our sick this week Wood yard Owens was in Louisville the latter part of last week purchasing holiday presents M C Albright took his Xmas Williamsburg and LouisvilleMiss Bettie Hicks is visiting in WilmoreW H An derson of Spokane was at home Xmas Miss Myrtle Reynolds Ihas returned to her home in Cincinnati after spending the holidays with her relatives hereAt last our much needed wasts have been re lyedas JR Cass has received car of coalGene and John Hamm spent Christmas in out city the guests of theit sister Mrs Laura CableThe Xmas Cantataonf- GbristmasEve tqe entertainment on Christmas night and the oyster supper on Saturday night drew large crowds and netted a sum otsomething iikeIoooofortbe buildingofthe Baptist church School eora tnericed Wednesday after nearly two weeks vacation W C winfpdrof Lebanon June lion spent Sundayc4th his fami- lyherM1ifl M hafiy spent a portion of last weekinCrab Or elI Robt Hicks property of Larkiu Hicks for 55000 and will move to it in the course of a month Wade Leece of Monticello is with his parents Mr and Mrs Granville Leece for a few daysW H Ben ton Livingston is very sick Misses Clyde Watson and Katie Cas left Tuesday for Mt Vernon where they entered Brown Memo rial College Misses Sallie Evans and Lennie Jones visited in Mt Vernon last week John D Pike of Lebanon Junction spent the holi days with parents Eugene Pad gett of Indiauupolis is with friends and relatives here for a few days Miss Cora Wesley has returned to her home in Liberty after spending a month here visiting her grand mothcrDallas Rule of Liberty was here to see F L Durh ira last Saturday and SundayRod Ves ley has returned to his home in C sey after spending a month here Continued on second page QUARTERLY REPORT Showing the fiinancial condition of the Bank of Mt Vernon at the close of business December 31 190- 6RESOURCES Loans and discounts 6691460 Overdrafts secured 107548 Due from frail Banks 1717801 Mortgage 1812371 Specie 353891 Currency 613400 1 748789- Furniture atvl Fixkireg 42025 Current expenses last quarter 76246 11196240 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus Fund 500000 Undivided profits 179332 Deposits subject to check on in 5408408 terest is not J Deposits subject to 9016908 check on terest j J is paid 3608500 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of car ital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank No Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank No Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members there of exceed 30 per cent of paidup cap ital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 10 percent 150000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declar ing dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividendcar ried to the surplus fund before said div idend was declared Yes II 196240 STATE OF KENTUCKY Rockcastle County f I W L Richards Cashier of The Bank of Mt Vernon a Bank locatedand doing business in the town of Mt Ver non in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31 day of December 1906 to the best of his knowledge and beliefr and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Sec retary of State designating the 31 day of DecembeI 1906 as the day on which such report shall be made W L Richards Cashiea DirectorsG So Livesay S H Martin and C C Williams Subscribed and sworn to before me by W L Richards the 2 day oj January 1906 A B Furnish N P R C My sommissiori expirejs Jan 6 i9io S HOW TO AVOID APPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis are Those who are constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup curs chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and re stores he natural acttoQothe bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or Erpe and- is mild and jftMni to take Refuse substitutes CbuQ Davis tr I Imd neci everything for myha y until Dr Lyle recommended casei cet IUl1 truthtully SHV it is e s medicine I eve used r h- hcs Mv little baby va mere skel tem from tomach irobleso bid1- hAl he did not notice an tin ttinow entirely welt ani W Cn almost see her growNa ie L Tivlor Bedrord Va Caeca wet is sold by Chas 0 Davis An Atlantic liner ninsi earn SS oo a taip before she can recon OH v profit When the cold winds dry and rrack the skin a hox of sivv riii SHVC much diicomfor In h1 salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imitatione and be iure you get the original DeWitts HnI zel Salve Sold by Chas C Davi5 Since the abolition of the slate the sight of school children has improve Mothers who give their children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup invariably indorse it Children like it because the taste is so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the relief cf croup Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the National Pure Food and BruS Law Sold by Chas S Davis FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having rights Disease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS C CHAS DAVIS Am better prepared than ever to teit mid fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly- S C FRAN- ILINFoLs1rANDTt4 Cures Colds Prevents Pnnumonia THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially thos47containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains y no Opiates The Re4 Clover Blos som and the HOley Bee is on ever bottle KENNEDYS 11111 LAXATIVE HOiJE TAR I O DeWITT it CO CHICAGO U ft X Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY o PA KM NO IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county andwill be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM NO 5Ho acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Prica 2 a bargain FARM NO t Che tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George Gopch About 75 acres of this land is bot torn land and a goodY part of it is ap and but level afict Jis good Iarniiijp Ikmi A bargain at 3 por acre ORe feariI r My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live onj Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the onlyI genuine hairfood you buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthyITho best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Mado IIAlsoIIPILLS SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT RKGARD ING TIlE NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleasad to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar fcr cough colds and lung troubles is not effec ted by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults For sale by Chas C Davis- SVRAYED Come to my placi on or about the 28th of Nov one black and white spotted male shoat weight about forty lbs Owner can have same by proving it and pay ing expensesJ B CUMMINS Level Green Ky If Its Neuralgia and those sharp shooting agonizing pains drive you almost crazy take Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and get relief They drive out the pain by their soothing effect upon the nerves When taken as di rected they are harmless and leave no bad afteref fects Thats the reason they are so popular with all who use them Your druggist can tell you what localitythink MilesAntiPain findthemwithout any bad aftereffects I havesuffered with neuralgia so that my quivertlnrJtake these tablets and they alwavs relieve me No one that suffers with neuralgia need fear to take them as forIfnot take them Just one in the morn myworkMRS W H BURKETT Macon Ga byrfalls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS andVlDfiALEH Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky jrodhead Marble Work BROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT M anager j itswartMP Iron I liiliull Fence IIChespcrthanwoodWi11lutaWetJmII 11siLiliwARr kok141CINCINNATI 0 User 1O desias ot Ir Fuse Henfa- 1oIIc s cla- to dtU fGL t tI LEVEu AlE Christmas is over and all ready for worK again How many will forget and write 19 6 R L and Thomas Biowa of Soiutr et n3 Joseph Brown of Lexington spent Christmas with hometolks Quite a number of the boys left our town for different localities on Monday last Jos Brown Grover Price and Bodel Thompson have entered school again Cossie sutton has gone to Mt Vernon to resume his tormer avocation at U G BaLers store His father will take charge of the store here Mrs J N Brown and little granddaughter Georgia Gentry who have been in Kentucky since last summer left last Monday for McAlister Indian Territor the former ton a visit to her son S F Brown and daugh herS Me dames Gentry and French Miss Vira DeB jrds school rear Wildie closed the 2ist with a few reci a ions and a general treat Miss May Browns school at Bloss closed on same day with a Bible talk no n Bro Pitmon and a Christ mas tree for the childien Prof Hales school closed the 28th with an entertainment which delighted all presentMrs Fred Isaacs and Miss Susie Riddle of Walnut Grove and Misses Poynter of Le roy attended the entertainment on Friday lastVictor Brown of Lily came home to spend a few days with hisparentsOthar and Henry Catron of Walnut Flat were with relatives and friends during the holidays Y C Buck ner and family of Pine Hillre turned home Monday alter a few days visit at Jas Bullocks Mr and Mrs Eugene Me Williams of Bee Lick ate Christmas dinner with the latters parents Mr and Mrs Win HurstIt is strange to announce that there have been no weddings in Level Green this Christmas Probably Cupid has forgotten his missionA New Years greeting to all CURED OF LUNG ITROUBLE CIt is now eleven years since I hada narrow escape from con sumption writes C a Floyd a leading business man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 735 pounds and coughing was constaatly both by night and day Finally I began taking Dr King New Discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed qy all druggists 50 androo Triat bottle free CASTC lABeers tho A 42 DISTURBED THE CONGREGATION The person who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by con tinually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey snd Tar For sale by Chas C Davis W A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER K003L- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you au estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS DentistMt S FirstClass I Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY ec Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No S- oC3 MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete J LINEof Caskets Robesc Ordeis by Telephdnier attend ed promptly StaiiiFbrd Ky The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beeu in 1lS0 for over 30 years has borne the signatnre of a and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy Allow no deceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are but Experiments that triile with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither 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 Mothers Friend GENUINE ASTORIA ALWAYS Bears Signature jL The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 IIiit WHY I a it or A A a as US A fully all your and we send you Free Ladies The Co Tenn J9 w to of do I Cardui writs Mrs Jelemma Mullins of Odessa W Va Because after suffering for several years with female trouble trying different medicines without obtaining relief found in Wine of Cardui golden medicine for all my ills can recommend above all others for female complaints Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache headache periodical pains irregular painful unhealthy menial flow all ailments from which sick women suffer perfect tonic for delicate women pure vegetable medicine for girls women who are subject to the complaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited over million who used to suffer you do At every drug store in bottles WRITE LETTER describing symptoms Advice plain sealed envelope Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga one the take and doc tors and at last and cata and and 100 WINE OF CARDUI a McKENZIE I COM COME 1 II IwillNotions i CLOTHING We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTIE 1 O BUY V- Drugp Stationey Cigar Tobecp 6 paint Oil and Patent Medteinep Diseases of CMfdren A Spec ng SC DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I y I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE X v Coffins Caskets and JRobes o Ail Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled I