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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J L I l l Published Every FridayIt nuui tiOu iu L VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY JAN 11 1907 NUMBER 16 IlUUiiHiUBIUBUJ WEEKI optratorJo- Wpb lbiQn141 tttttttttttt 1tttttt Uiing padding conspicuous waistbands used most tailors clothing sterling No matter what K Clothes perfectly E1LIKE PIGEONS FLYING READY ROASTED IN YOUR MOUTHw BoYsttlidrE Children 3ww ww EtMerr w 1000 WITNESSESw ww thousandYEwitneses in Rockcastle prove by them that they have = worn W L Douglas Shoes w longer than shoe they wworn n their lives that w w the Douglas Shoes ought tow have FIRST PLACE with BLUE E 7fJ IBBONSTRNGSand a1GoDP j E I lYXtal b led wz 1 AM COCK OF THE WALK www Ask your neighbor what hew S thinks the Douglas hoeJ wsr l Hebolight us wpw I E ww ww ESpecial Sales on each w E week themwrrM rr tUtt Il 1tEr FROM LAST Party to start to ing gold in R Oscar and J J Elish Terrill and Harry Smith col ored After it was thpt a of had not been for the trip Lots were cast to which of the JT who re turned Three months later the party landed in Oscar was with fever and died within three after their arrival D N Wil Hams vet has in his the letter written by noli Tying him of death All the of above party have over The last to go was Elisha Terrill years in Mrs Ter Xill his wife died on the day in TexaS Post master R G 1861 was Chase and J Lo lin fcl pso n O J are and e tailor by the Our if full of snap and PriceK ww and E any had of of wIsHOeo Cp 7 I 5O iE r 2 OO u rJ B ELATESE It will pay you to examine the W L Douglas shoes and see for i I yourself that they are just as J H good inevery way as those for jj which you have been paying jj ss to 7 For style com lafort and service they cannot be ffby xk shoes j POP SALE BY U1E l il li11111i11iill1lillilliillillilil1llill1 erVMSOME ROCKCASTLE HISTORY Of First Things and Oecurences within County By JAMES Kv CONTINUED excitement Lawlass Wi11iamsI reaching Missouri discovered sufficient quantitY provision provided determine topartyWilliams reluctantly California Williams stricken typhoid months possession ElishaTerrill Oscars members passed three since Arizona Joseph Reynolds andlCbl Wiliianjs aPlintedbySolomonfP JRaHroad express agent Railroad tefgraph tific They samf exclusive merchant style service the fits and same W in i50 tNMaC surpassed custommade the MARET somewhere Reaper M Bowers Mowing machine Janies M Crawford near Boones Fork r Drugstore W M Weber Cooking stove Capt Jack Ad amsPower sewing machine S W Dallas Rule 1906 High School J N Brown Buck Varnon Level Green Wheat fan James Cooper Line Greek Cottongin wooden roller Frank Davault Tire hhrinker H C Gen try 1906 To go South with slaves Billy Smith Left Rockcastle at breaking of war with eigh negroes One of them George Mullins escaped at Morristown Tenn and returned to Mt Vernon Other slaves were sold and money invest ed in a plantation near Magnolia Also run bikstore died Wealthy but his RoekcBstle he S never received one centot the e tat Casli register jl TblsLhtrry SparJrguh ks 0mp rYeJ3aukof Mt Vernon established f moo 3Me t = A SOUARI M t I am going to keep on talk sing 3 DOUGLAS SHOES == HATS = AND K K CLOTHING = until I have every man and o boy in Rockcastle county wear = ing them 3 The goods will fialk to you e iWf hriri isT sa ihtfreruin = no more wear and fit better = than others- Good 3 Goods Living Prices Your money back if not thor = oughly satisfied wA 3 A 111iI11111111111111111il1111111111illllll DavisTaxidermist DEALnJ WUDV PresidentI15000 chair Dr M L Myers IDental E A Herrin and go to Mexican war M J ITo 1846 was in Col Hunt hrv Marshals cavalry Frank White the veteran printer of Lancaster was in the same company and was the messmate of Mr M j Miller Sausage grinder Mrs Paulina Smith Grandfathers clock Mason C Miller 1822 brought from Jessa mine county This clock is now in possession of his son M J Mil ler Mt Vernon and sits in the front bait Piano Col R G Williams Emigrant to Texas Geo W Smith was a lawyer located at Col umbus was Judge of the Supi eaie Court of his State when under Confederate government His estate at time of his death was valued at a hundred thousand dol larsMexican war veterans Samuel Leffew Jack Reynolds Perry Ey ans and Jack Adams All have gone to that home from whence no traveler returns perfectCircuit and County Court Clerk James Tefrill Circuit Judge jjp seph Evans of Bafboursvlle Merchant Mason C Miller sold good in a building where Mi Kate Moores store is now located Cftristiau church Mt Veruon 325 Next week we shall offer 3000 pieces fine3 glass Ware at 3 cents 2 each 5 IIIIIIIIIIIIHlIltllllllltlHIIIltI Built by G B Bragg and S H Thompson contractors Predcher of the gospel Revs John Quinn and Dickey Collier Berkshire breed of bogs introduced by BjUey Stewart Tin roof roplin Hotel Knitting machine none ever in the county Grain drill supposed to have been brought to the county by Michael Bowers or J W Moore Known special reporter for dan c and foreign papers Samuel M Burdeite Doctor Joplin first known medical practitioner May have been some one before him but its beyond the recollectioditptth oldest indab ttants now livingU- ndertaker James E Allen own ed the propelty now occupied by Dr M L Mjveis in Old Main street Mt Vernon Allen and wife came here from Virginia The oldman and wife both bordered on dementia about 1890 He by mis take gave an overdose of medicine died Allen later Fla then back tfcomWhiChshewhere he dropped og his calling of Blacksmith Tom Ramsey Pleas Ramsey was another who located later on farm of Jacky Maret grand father of the writer on Paint Lick creek Garrard county and after- wardS ran a big shop in Lexington from 1863 intjV his tleih Resident of Rockcastle to travel over the biggest part of the world if npt entirely aroaoiiti W Q i34JXxcPc b I i a e F 3ccc4 Ladies and CNifdrpn- sCl OAIQ We have a large stock of these Cloaks which we 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 i make room for other goods we will sell them for cost and lss- See Our Line of Fine Umb- rellasCALICOES Now is the time to buy your Calicoes 5 cent Calicoes at 4 cent 6 f4 cent Calicoes at 5 cents T F kAUEathj i= Jones son of Mrs J M Jones while with the U S Navy since 1896Egg cases Willis Adams Jr 1872 when doing business with his lather Jack Adams where J T Adams store now is Before that time eggs were shipped in tubs boxes and barrels Breakages were greatTon Pin Alley Thos Smith located where Dr Davis residence no is Horse pistol during the war Brought in by Northern cavalry Lloyd M Maret now has one asa relicBlue army overcoats seen for years after close of war The last me in use in the recollection of the writer was owned by Netiemi ih Bloomer three years since It vas in nse nearly forty years J Surveyor Jesse Fish father of A T and J Henry Fish Died about 1889 and buried in the Mt Vernon cemetery Tomatoes cultivated by Henry Fredricks a German Citizens were afraid to eat them thought they were poisonous Deer and turkey were plentiful and some bear up to 1860 especc ially in Southern part of the county where territory was sparsely set tledBeegum or silk hats William Craig MJMiIler Chas KirtleY etcAfter close of the war nearly everybody owned an old army mus ket They were splendid shot guns number of them are yet in use in the county and musket caps are still sold in the store Writer was anxious to obtain information as to first grain cradle scythe cornolanter revolver me taiic cartridges insurance agent wheelbarrow and things He asked M JMillerI- Mr Msaidyou are asking too imuchlamnoa hundred year- soJdWell he certainly recollects a great deal of our ancient history and it was oneptthe aims of this article to put Vo reord for thepres ent and future generations its much of the counties ptiithi oty1 cpuM beIJA iifroiti theltvin I todah a r v VV vv vl r Euisted in the Northern army Dr Milton Frazier M C Miller Jack and Granville Marct etc Enlisted in Southern army Jas and Lewis SmithI lly Smith TT Wallace etc Cannel coal TV j Ballard of Eisiern part of the county wagon ed to Jason and Stone Walker Richmond Stage line ran every other day between Crab Orchard and Cum berland Gap Date 1860 One of the drivers was a brother of the immortal Tom Marshall Hotel inMt Vernon Reubin Elkin in building on Jot where J Fishs new store house now stands Later owned by ThomasSmith and run by him for many years Commercial travelers among the first remembered is Joseph G Ha- zelwood traveled man years fora Cincinnati firm and later for an Ow fasboro house Went to Car thage Texas took up law becatrie District Judge Is yet living at Carthage in the Lone Star State Farm or hotei bell was used on Elkin Hotel away back in the for ties Was later usedon the Kirt ley Hojse ThebellJs nowowned and used by WM Poyuter whose house now occupies the lot on which the Kirtley House stoodfor 50 or 60 years- Pepperbox pistol one now in possession of S C Franklin Mt Vernon who also has many war relics in the way of bombshells cannon balls musket balls leather cap boxes for musket caps etc Oldest slaves Uncle Bill and Aunt Betty property of Genl SmithLocomotive No 42 was first one that entered the county i It was a wood burner William Fiddler one ofthe first engineeis Mart Dillion baggage master Capt sweneneyoneoffirst con ductors orAlfredBprrelcoal oil brought to Mt Vernon by W A Brooks fa mil iarly called Billy advertisingdone 1907 t 4 11oC9vnt irsBtodheiMJi October If Establisheds 1887 FRIDAY STETSON otslofother Electric light private to be erec ted in county G T Johnson Mt Vernon to be finished by Feb 1st 1907 lor use in store house aud residenceThe fisherman T T Wallace Largest railroad fill in the world is r l2 miles East f Mt Vernon Largest creek in county that sinks is Rcundstone which at ordinary tide disappears under a mountain zj miles East of Pine atiStock driveres of early days who took or sent over State roads hogs mules horses and cattle to Southern markets in Georgia Ala bama etc Mason C Miller Ben nett Hiatt Abe Chesnut Chas C Carson and many others Mr Miller died on one of these trips at Huntsville Ala In those days Rockcastle not only raised enough meat for its own use but had a big surplus for eaPort When coal oil lamps were a new thing most ev afraidof them and none were rver ligh t ed until theall children were sent from the room after it was lighted the kids were allowed to return pergallonMrs W M Ppynter owned the first oil lamp broufhtytb ME Vernon She sent to Lexington by Dr Robert Redd for ifwhilehe was attending school there bybylotwLangford for the use of kis rela lives The monument is made from Rockcas tie freestone and is in rvatiQnAllread yet1 The iriscriptionshows- tbatMr Lan foi d was a lawyer and had been a member Vf the Leg islature anatbitThedied in 152 His remains douotOrestby this monument b tit Madison county- wh4rebebad lived a number ol oftbelateU8fhll eseDdiKi Iii tJt1HI county The a- tCat iqK t tr 811 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan u 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application y WOES OF THE RICH Memphis Commercial Appeal The poor ofcourseknows wh t to do with their scanty supply rl money There are clothes to buy and meat and bread to get and fug to secure The average man wants something to eat something with which to clothe himself and some thing with which he may keel comfortable These modest wants are supplies without any unusua difficulty Of course there are certain subsidiary wants that go to make life worth living and these may be rather costly The man o family for instance has some re lations with the doctor which he must consider His children must be educated He and his iamih must be entertained and so then is the theater in winter and the parks and baseball game in sum mer Many persons like to read and they are fairly well satisfied if they can get a few magazines and weeklies and an occasional book To supply all the wants of the poor is not a very hard propositionI But the woes of are yound computation The great trouble with the millionaire is not that he cant supply his actual desires but he wants something that nobody else hasIMr Rockefeller is perhaps the wealthiest man in the world But happiness has never been his The recollections of the men he has ruined the men he has driven to suicide or the insane asylum the women and orphans he has tramp led upon can hardly be a source of satisfaction to him Evenjhis great wealth has not been able to save the lives of relatives who were dear to himIlti cannot enjoy even the creature mThr3lhatthl Hum blest workingman can He can eat little or nothing and the pleasures of the table are not for him The crimson vests and lilac ties would be no pleasure to him He can only weara certain amount of clothes He cant get any more comfort out of 8 shirt than we can get out of a 79cent affair The plain citizen can get more pleasure out of a public art gallery or libra ry than Rockefeller can get out of his own The multimillionaire has two great cares namely How to keep what behas and how to dispose of what he has so that he may keep it He wakes in the morning in fear that somebody roo him He js worried to devise some new means of robbing the other fellow Russell Sage was broke 23 years ago He died av pauper and left about 9000 ooo be hind him E H Harriman owns a controll ing interest in i5oooooooo worth of railroads and is interested In iqoooooooo more Happy Well if a nervous wreck is happy heis No millionaire can be hap- pY unless he has the satisfaction of knowing that he has made count less other persons happy The woes of the poor are often acutrenough1but for the most par they lead4quiet orderly and virtuous lives while the woes of the rich are simply beyond compu tation The true happiness of this world is to bei found in contentment with ones lot no matter how humble or how e uted it may be A- Tenn dispatch from Nashville says President Milton H Smith is to resign the presidency of the Louisville Nashville system March 1st according to a well au thenti ted railroad report which was received in this city Friday A gentleman high up in railroad circles commenting upon the above article said The story is seventy six years old whjle the President is only sixtysix Commenting fur ther he said President Smith al ready has more work outlined than he wjll beable to carry into effect in the next five years and concluded by saying that the report is whole foundationvet foriffier Gov WVO Bradley says in ate orcase will he be a can didate fo Govrvows what swMt BKODHEAD H B McClarv has gone to Kirksville to assist Cashier H H Hutcheson inthe bank there for a whileWm Martin of Virginia is visiting his cousin V S Ma tin for a few days Miss HiJto has returned to Morehead where she is attending schoolTe art glad to say that W H Benton i able to be out again after being lai lip for several days with appeudici tisJ G Frith is in Louisville- on business this weekDr W F Carter has returned to school in Louisville Dr Carter will locate here and practice his profession at ter he graduates which will he it- lulyS B McAfee was here first ofweek the guest of his sister Mrs J W Hutcheson r A C Kidwell of Lebanon Junc tion came up Tuasday and remained until Thursday The show which has been here all week will close their engagments tomorrow night They have had fairly good crowds and is a pretty good show Miss Mae Magee willare rive next week to visit Miss Jewel Francisco The Citizens Bank de clared a 10 percent dividendand elected the following officers J Thos Cherry Presidentj R H Hamm 1st VPres Dr W E Gravely 2nd VPres J W Hutcheson cashierThe Direc tors R L Collier J Thos Cher ry T S Frith S H Martin J W Hutcheson J F Davis John Robins B J Bethurum W G Proctor J G Frith W E Grave ly and C H FrithMr Casper of Mt Vernon is here organizing a M W A lodgeA C McClary was in Troy Ky Monday ou bus ness GRIFFINS MILL 0Delayed letter News scarce as hens teeth Farm ers have been shut in for the past two weeks on account of the cold weather and rain Who remembers seeing as much rain since the drouth was broken in Nov 1904 in the same length of time Uncle John Hurst who has been serious ly ill for some time is slowly im proving Married Mr Geo Long and Miss Caroline Cummins were married the 20th The groom is tht youngest son ofMrs Sally A Long and the bride is the daughter ol Mrs Mary Cummins May theit lives be long and happy Owinjj to the inclemency of the weather on the 23rd the dedication of the new Baptist church was postponed until Sunday after the Second Sat urday in May 19P7W H Brown and family have been visiting friends and relatives in Pulaski county the past week Walte Stephens and family of Walnui Grove were the guests of H N Denney and family during the hol idays The public school at this place will close Friday Jan nth J M Craig and family of Quail and Joe Brown and family of Bro mo were visiting Mrand Mrs J W Brown during Christmas The family of Samuel Purcell of Ottawa and Mrs Nelse Griffin of Pine Hill visited the family of W G Cummins SaturdayIfwe all had our barns filled with fine timothy and clover day we would not have to wade the mud knee deep to the field and drag out shock fodder such weather as this and oh how much better would be the products of our live stock Say brother farmer we can have the day So why not And thereby greatly improve our land as well as to do our feeding in the shelter these rainy winter eveningsIn conclusion 1 wish to say that I was greatly surprised to notice the many improvements that have been made tu old Mt Vernon even since my last visit there which was about the middle of October 1906 among which we might note the turnpike that reaches out from the depot up the town hill the pump honse and water works that ex tend from the beloved old spout spring to the jail and court house the screening walks that are to be seen in varovs parts of the town and last but not least the beauti ful concrete buildings that are be lug erected by Messrs Fish and JohnsonIt would seem to one that Mt Vernon will come to the front yet every kind of business seems to be moving on successfully The Professor mrchant banker- lawyer druggist phyeician liverymen factorymen carpenter office men butcher barber photograhers andnewspaper men were all at their post of duty and seemed to be- pushingtheifwork toperfection Sheriffs Sale By virtue of tax warrants issued by the Clerk of the Rockcustle County Court on the list of delin quenttax payers for the year 1906 which list was lurnished said Clei by me as Sheriff ot Roekcastle County as required by law I or one of my Deputies will on the 281 ii day of January 1907It facing County Court day at the iroit door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder for taxes cost interest and penalty the real estate or a sufficient amount of to satisfy the taxes etc due the State and county by said delin quents for the year 1906 Witness my hand as Sheriffof the county aforesaid this January 2nd 1907 DISTRICT NO2 Cress A J n r one town lot in Maretsburg tax penalty and cost 2 82 Harrison Henry one acre land near T D MulJius tax penalty and cost 3 75 Henderson Wilson p r one town lot in Mt Vernon tax pen alty and cost ii 42 DIST NO3 Adams J J 167 acres land near John Martin tax penally and cost 853 Adams Leonard n r 75 acres land near T J Mink tax penalty and cost 6 43 Harris John Dn r 900 acres landnear B B Chasteen tax pen alty and cost 14 05 Hix Chas n r 10 acres land near J M Pig tax penalty and cost 388 Kidwell Poe sr 25 acres land near D C Pullins tax penalty and cost 388 Kentucky Rockcastle Stone Co 40 acres land near L T Stewart tax penalty and cost2008Se- ttles Geo In r 950 acres laud near Boones Gap tax penalty and cost 1389 Sigmon J H35 acres of land near J J Wood and two lots in the town of Conway tax penalty and cost 22 70 DiST NO4 Abram Walter 75 acres land near Mrs J C Simpson tax penalty and cost 4 95 Holltnsworth W M 25 acres land near Rosie Hollinsworth tax penalty and cost 3 89 Lutes Chas heirs u r200 icres land near Henry Hamlin 32Simpsonand near lames Vanwinkle tax penalty and cost 6 33 Thomas J D 7 acres landnear H C Thomas tax penalty and cost 4 00 DIST NO5 Baker Hardin 50 acres land near Lum Shepherd tax penalty and cost 5 42 Luxom Coleman n r 212 tcres land near Nelson Baker tax enalty and cost 7 39 Glass H Fn r 50 acres land near Sol Griffin 47 acres land near Wm Coffey tax penalty and ost 4 53 Metcalf Ben 10 acres land near W S Muilins tax penalty and cost 3 79 Sexton E Pii r 40 acres land near Dock Carpenter tax penalty and cost 3 10 DIST No6IChenault D Overbey tax penalty and cost gro 61 DIST No 7 Livingston Aldridge James n r one town lot tax penalty and cost S5 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 and cost 3 25 Mullins Champ heirs 4 town lots in Livingston lax penalty and cost 10 93 Mullins J Cone town lot in Livingston tax penaly and cost 943 Hurley Robert 12 acres land near John Moberly tax penalty and cost 441 McWhorter Nath 300 acres land near Elisha Muilins tax pen alty and cost640 Nichols W Tn r one town lot in Livingston tax penalty land cost i 3 00 Withers Joe n r one town lot at Sinks depot tax penalty and cost 4 15 DISTINo8 Nichols R M n r 47 acres land near Geo Bowman tax pen alty and cost 797 Mize Ump 50 acres near J L Coope tax penalty and cost 3 02 Mink Ben McLean 37 acres near Cy Shiplet tax penalty and cost 3 77 DIST No 9 Sowder Mis L S near M C Owens 14 acres tax penalty and cost 2 18 Brown J Cn r 25 acres near Alf Owens tax penalty and cost V j 3 25 Thompson C W near Squire Thompson tax penalty and COSt w vvV 4 4 tri 1 i 0 l 338DC i 3 c3Dce o r t 3 I J i t a iThis space belongs to M x G a T Johnson DEALER IN Ij Ladles and Gents Furnishings MT VERNON KENTUCKY If Watch for his opening announcement u Y i lr i Y r 4 SY D A COMPLETE LINE I IMF OR a NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL IMERCHANDISE Remember that We have the II Best at the LOWEST Prices Ii II A FULL LINE Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods I W H RICH I 1 Andrews 01 SlI riF = DIST No 10 Lawrence R E 80 acres land near Joseph Woodall tax penal tY swd cost 5 65 Owens Amanda n acres land near M K Hamm tax penalty and cost f 8 Peoples Harriatt heirs 40 acres land near C C Botkins tax pen alty and cost 3 00 Potts Wm i house aad lot in Urodhead tax penalty and cost t5 4 Proctor gSarilda 40 acres land near Allred Owetitax penalty and cost 6 Scarbough L heirs 100 acresI land near Geo Farris tax and costi Shafer Orvil i acre land neari R S Martin tax penalty cost 3 41J Smith E J n r 40 acres lard near Jane Qwens tax penalty and cost 3rS Ison J N 200 acres land near Granville Leece tax penalty and cost 9 53 DIST No II Abrams Solomon n r 75 acres land near F Dooley tax penal ty and cost 4 63 Taylor JV colored i house and lot in Mt Nernon Ky tax penalty and cost 3 74 R L McFERRON Sheriff Roctcastle County- AN INSIDIOUS DANGER One of the worst features of Kid ney trouble is that it is an iusiai our disease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foley s Kidne Cure at the first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities and pre vents Brights disease and diabetes For sale by Chas C Davis Kentucky THE RIGHT WAY Mr August Sherue the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Mad ison Ia says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure billiousness and constipatior- 25c at all druggists C7A TRIBean t- heilp t A eht s Ar EBSis 8213HB32BE m reimmWcr NET work All works pj strictly Firstclass andto m Satisfaction Guaranteed m I Kelly feBurtan Q- g Over Peoples Bank S- Mt Vernon Ky m liI a232J mrmlUDmt1JI Hake Klsiyla inkt M4sr RlflM A GAURANTBED CURE FOR PILKS Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz to refund money if PAZO OINT MKNTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days SOc 5 g g H LEST YOU FORGET I That we are the leading merchant of Rockcastle county come see our new line of UpToDate swellcClothIll other brand sold that Is hotter for a perfect iilNobeauty and durability that the ARNOLD j r Try a pair and see for yourself tOur Dry Goods line is complete Such beauties as you necer saw before in dress goods fall kinds and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are l astonishingIICome spenda pleasant day with u- sACHIATT I Ul HIATT = KENTUCKY I f nwwar rr J YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large T HEBAN f M T ERNQN will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checkedJupon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres- alittftttltttt11ttttttlttttfltflflttl I MM Sa t h W L RICHARDS Cashier A B Cash tEtt1 iQ 1t1ttttrut IIU ItIcrI5rItr5Itt- tWillis flW Griffin = iPRACTICAL r3w ANDrFUN- ERAL DIRECTOR =Mt Vernon Kv 3 Sr Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = EmbalmingM= S done Fine Hearse attached =rr f= ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3 a Phone No 63 = 11111il1111111111111111111111111111111111fl111111111111111 1111111111111 wft To Cure a Cold in One Day Tote Laxative Bromo QwimneTaNett wa foes 1M 121a011tM signature L h FURNISH Asst dl IURDERTRKER c3J b Ore rip lliTwo Day Ofttvary tt MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Jan n 1907 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communlcute with SIGNAL 79 i 4 R R coj TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p rv 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoftice- as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Judge L W Bet hum ra spent several days this week in Somerset Miss Maui Hansel who was reported very ill last issue is better- J W Prewitt and Branch Willis Adams were here yesterday Mr J L Moyers who has been very sick for several days is better Miss Miranda McKenzie is visiting relatives and friends here this week A report received here Wednesday said that Mrs Joe Purcellwas very sick Mrs Zack Hansel who has been suffering fiom lung trouble for some time is no better A young Mr Briscoe of Parks yule is working nights while J J Lawrence is off on a count of sick nessWalter Hunt who has been so very low with typhoid is much better and much hopc is entertained for his recovery We overlooked in our last issue the personal of Dr Myers brother and wife of Glencoe who were here spending the holidays Mr and Mrs John McKenzie and Mrs Tames 1Vhite were guests of Mr and Mrs Jonas Mc Kenzie Saturday and Sunday John Parsons was here Wednes day looking out a location with a view to moving back to town in orderto have the advantages olthe schoolS Conn has resigned his po sition at Stearns and has gone to New York where he will spend some time with his friend J R CampbellMrs d Hahn who under went a very serious operation last Wednesday night is doing fairly well and the attending physicians are hopeful of her recovery Judge J B Fish of Williams burg who has been suffering from rheumatism for some time left last Sunday for Hot Springs Mrs Fish accompanied him this far Mr W K Shugars wife and bright little son of Brodhead have been visiting his father Judge Wm ShugarsMr John Magee who has been a citizen of Lancaster for some time left last week for Jack son Breathitt county where he has accepted a position as manager of a large coal mine During his icsi deuce in our city be and his estimable wife made many warm friends among our people who regret to give them up but wish them un bounded success in their new home They left this week for Jackson Cenral Record LOCAL W M Smith has his new store room about completed and will soon be ready for business The Board of Supervisors com posed of C H York Tip Langford a Dyer Wm Adams and John Hvbinger with Tom French as Clerk is in session this week From what we have been able to learn very few are being slighted News was received here this week of the death of J F Cooper ibis home in Tennessee on the 3rd instant Mr Cooper had been suffering for some time with con sumption The deceased made his home at Livingston for several jearsand was well known to many of our people STOP AND THINK Winter will soon be over and spring is the time when we ALL want to beautify the last resting nice of our dead Those who want Monuments put up in the spring now is the time to place your order Come and see me and I will show you something that will interest you U GEORGE OWENS itfS Mft Vernon Ky 4 T t i G T Johnson and J Fish expect to be in their new buildings by Felruary tht first A move is again on foot Ito have electric lights in Mt Vernon There are three local men interest ed and if the right kind ofa price can be secured it is pretty sure to beago The Brown Memotial School hadmany new students Monday When all are in who expect to en ter the attendance will be nearly 150 which is indeed a splendid showing Gravblel Bullock have bought the store house and stock of goods ofW G Niceley at Hausford Mr Niceley is one of our most enterprising citizeus and we regret very much to lose him from our midst But our loss will be Be reas gain Vill Casper representing the Modern Woodmen of America Ins secured sufficient number to in stall a lodge at this place It is abcut the cheapest insurancei on the market ana those looking for cheap insurance should not lose this splen oppotunityU and Fritz Krueger have begun removing the embank ment at the rear of their business houses preparatory to adding a thirty foot addition to each build ing which will oe made of concrete It will make their buildings over one hundred feet long We hope to hear from our cor respondents as regularly us possible during the year of 1907 Good live correspondents at every post office in the county is what we want and at those places where we have no representative we trust some suitable person will vol unteer his services We intend that every part of the county shall b represented Some Roakcastle History of First Things ind Occurances With im the County a remarkable article the first portion of which appeared in last issue of the SIGNAL and concluded in todays paper is worthof being filed away in your scrap book for future reference Mr Maret devoted considerable time and patience in securing data and information to enable h nJo writh this condensed history and everyone who has read it pronounces it a remarkably valuable record of past doings in old Rockcastle The stockholders of the Bank cf Mt Vernon pursuant to the call met Monday and reelected the same officers aud directors as fol lows C C Williams President J T Adams Vice President arid W L Richards Cashier Direc tors G S Livesay S H Martin- A T Fish Rod Perry C C Wil liams W L Richards P Benton The directors appreciating the valuable service of Cashier Richards demonstrated the same by giving him a handsome increase in his sal aryREAL ESTATE DEALSR B Mullins has purchased from W G Niceley the property on South Main St known as the Joplin property consideration 900 We understand Mr Mullins will con vert the building into a business house A H Hamlin bought of Jonas McKenzie his farm known as the McClary farm price 3000 Mr McKenzie reserved a lot i U acres adjoining the College lot and expects to build iu the early spring Mr Hamlin will move his family here about the first of February Mr McKenzie will move to the James 1 White place until he gets his new building erected McKenzie Brown who has been associatedwith this office for the past year has resigned his positon and will launch into the journalis tic field at Williamsburg He is a natural born newspaper man and as the eloquent Fountaine Fox Bobbitt would express it with a few years experiencewe will find horn one of the most shining lights of the tripod He expects to issue his first number about March the first or sooner if he can get everything in readiness With the resources of Whrlej county and Williamsburg with its two spltndid institutions of learning we firmly believe that Whitleys metropolis will soon be the best town in all Southeastern Kentucky and that his tcletioot that pace w is indeed a wise one During Ibis stay with us he has Wei tatih to every trust and untiring In his labQrs and lereis h pig tVat unbounded success will CI owr ev ery effort of this gallant young knight 1iT j P tZirt = r I I 1M llil 11 For you to buy your Shoes Now that Christmas is over perhaps you have inUre time to give your feet the attention they should have you wearing shoes that have holes in them or that are worn out If you are you had betterget a new pair fhey will save you doctor bills Wefll l carry the Star Brand line of Shoes and the line comprises not only the latest and most uptodate ill shoe styles but the best that can be bought for 1m the money They are Shoes that we can conscientiously recommend to our customers m man woman have of Rubbers at of keep you you may contract if have line of rubbers and prevent I Jm I ftl c JWho is the merchant He is the man who helps pay for the streets upon which you walk for the schools in which your children are and perhaps you were educat ed he helps up the church in which you worship he is the man who builds a which enhances the value of your property every paper that is passed around his name is on it he is the one who eannot afford to swindle you he carries his share of the bur dens of good government and stays with you in sunshine and in darkness in adversity and prosper ity But these are but a few of the reasons your patronage should be given to the home mer CON DITION OF THE TOWN OF VERNON FOR YEAR ENDING DEC 31 1906 EXPENDITURES Jonas McKenzie amount paid to hands for work on school house hill road in April 9 00 Jonas McKenzie do do in May 1363 M J Miller 25 per cent on old claims 160 40 00 Fritz Krueger 25 per cent on old old claim 00 25 G M Fredricks part pay on making pike south of W H Coxs residence 30 00 WT Davis refunded on over paid tax 25 T J Pennington part on salary 50 00 W R McClure repayment of costs expended while Marshal of Mt Vernon 17 80 Jonas McKenzie amount paid laborers teams etc for work at top roo nails and work West Main street 4 25 E S Albright printing assess ment blank badges etc 275 F Krueger old judgement For costs in suit against WR McClure marsiiall 12 8c W R McClure street grading on Williams street near dormitory t a25 The Patriot Shoe The Patriot Shoe for Men is the shoe without the hurttoand the cut represents one of the many difirtstyles 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 f and let us show them to iou They are beauties This style wejare ellingat 375 THE OUR FAMILY SHOE The Our Family Shoe for Wo men and Misses is made out of boxcalf is the best and most honestly constructed shoe on the market You cant wear them out they are so strong Tnis shoe is made in all the latest styles and is the one you ought to wear for every day wear We are selling these shoes at Womens 200 Misses RUBBERS seen aresellingat you Every and child ought to this time the year gel wet feet and sicknessyou dontt We and complete IIn t fitnearlyL1 rII4Il M1VNNI un f home subscription chantExREPORT FINANCIAL MT 29Ii turn billr 3869Iing and this 150I P Leichleiter 25 per cent on old voucher 50 R B Mullins by Emmett Sow der hauling on school house hill 5 25 onI00I4 25 W R McClure scraping on West Main street i 25 S S DailY2 days workonR R crossing 2 50 Steve Jones i tf days work on 87Icrossing 9 62 Fred Kreuger Jr 50 loads mixed ballast etc put on Main street 00IEmmett Sowder 4 day hauling on R R crossing 2 50 10 00 T I Pennington on salary 121 53 T J Pennington balance on salary J W Parsons 25 per cent 23 471 claim ofI25 Burdeite McKenzie taking as sessment 1906Jo 00 Bud Cummins 2 days work on R R crossing 3 12 Truy Dailey 3 das work 011 R R crossing 3 75 H H Daily i day hauling on R R crossing 2 50 Charley Hurd 2 hours workon R R crossing 20 G M Fredericks balance on making turnpike south of W H Coxs residence 45 00 W L Sowder 25s days hauling on R R crossing 5 62 Troy Daily 25 days hauling I4 days labor on R R crossing 812 Sam Cox 4 days Tabor on R RI crossing 5 oo Charles Dailv 4 days labor on R R crossing 00 W L Sowder 4 days hauling on R R crossing 9 00 Preston Pennington 10 hours labor on West Main i 00 Emmett Sowder 2days haul lug on R R crossing 6 Dick Cummin 234 days 251 ing on R R crOdbUig 6 25 t 569 88 ITotal tax levy 915 54 Amount collected on subscrip tion to school house hill pike 71 00 986 54 Disbursements per above statement 569 88 Uncollected taxes 86 47 Balance in Treasury Dec 31 330 IQ 986 54 Fines licenses etc do not ap pear in this report as Police Judge had not completed his report at the end of year The remaining cash in treasury has been set aside to pay toward indebtedness on new pike over school house hill which will leave a balance due on said work of27o Jonas McKenzie Chin BofT James Maret Clerk STOCK AND CROP Sheep are now in greater demand for mutton than in many years therefore the southern farmers should prepare to shelter and keep their flocks in the best physical condition for the winter market is profit in sheep growing The complaint is the dog in the way but if a dozen sheep owens willemploy the shotgun and stand together the dog fear will he removed There few farmers who could not profitably keep a few sheep The difficulties that stand in the way can be overcome Surely no one will admit they are too dull to learn how to raise them A sheep tight fence can easily be bought or constructed CASTORIAFot The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- lllgiiattire of ct cleanseIcan a or two D Witts Early Risers Safe reliable little pills with a reputa tion The pills that everyone knows Recommended byChas C Davis f1 I The Society Shoe The Society shoe for Women is most stylish shoe we have over Its the shoe for wo men that are dressy and itcan be worn for dress and service too It makes the feet look neat and dressyEvery woman ought to have pair You cant well afford to be without them This style we 3 5Q THE ETERNITY SHOE This Shoe we carry for Girls Girls wear out great many shoes but they cant wear these out They are tough and are the shoe you ought to buy for your children If you buy these shoes for your children will not have to buy so many shoes in year And another thing these shoos give the childrens feet oughttoshoes are all selling at200 pair They from ling whichhave them new It keep home why LAND There Little TO CURE GOLD IN ONE DAI Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it failstocure E W Groves signa ure on each box ccts MEN WANTED This county is beng organized by a force of pri vote Detectives affiliated with the oldest strongest and best detec tive organization in the world One goodman is wanted iu each town city and school District Experience not needed but must give references Full time not required Opportunity to make goodmoney to right parties Address by letter only Superintendent D C Alcorn Livingston Kyi WISE COUNCIL FROM THE SOUTH T want to give some valuabe advice to those who suller with lame back and kidney trouhlel sass J R Blankenship of Beck Teun hav proved to an abso lute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few completelyIcomes a to recommend this great remedy Sold under a garantee by all druggist price sOC THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KEHNEDYSLAXATIVEIIONEYLTARCioeZ STEVENS I ITileourdealerandinsia the ifyon di txfrtstfrefaiJaa of price the a a a a a 5 J 5 is I Send4c page the O1I lnfAmmmition oa color Hanger wilt be c fto 4 sttapi J 8TXYZX JLKiai AND TOOL CO 701104094 fCHiCOPEJAusMASSt1 gj- EJBJ BBBEBm 8 Imm jj My entire lot BSof Fall and Wlncfi igter Millinery Ev rything mGoesm mThis g is a seasons 3sale and everything mUm be sacrificed My entir stock of Millinery wifi bel Imso1dat cost COMEtn EARLY before the stock3 is broken m1M9J P andare presIMents m way mdf FLOSSES SILKsm RIBBONS and LINEN IMrs CIO WIDHOWNII AilmBBHOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS To enjoy freedom from chil blains writes John Kemp Eas Otisfield MeI adply Bucklin Arnica Salve Have also used it for saltrheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure feY r soes ins ndsttfrntall druggist 0 TOEI fA a i VIIM 1IIiIII J jrJ- iJ 4 f 1 4 I V i11t ooootOOOOOSo Rapid changes oftemperature are hard Son the toughest constitution IfA The conductor passing from the heat c oInside of a trolley car to the icy temperature o platfornithe canvasser spending an i hour or SO in a heated building and then I walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold SScottE Emulsion strengthens the 0- o better withstand theso it can o danger of cold from changes of temperature to 0 0will help you to avoid taking cold IQ zIt 0 0ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 Ij oooooooooooootOOOOOOOOOOO HISTORY FIRST THINGS Continued from fourth page house mentioned another por tion of this article was built by Johnathan Langford Masonic Royal Arch Chapter No 140 was organized Jan 7 1900 Charter memberas J G Carter G W McClure J C Carmical W C Mullins J A Landrum and James Maret Meetings held in rooms of Ashland Lodge No 640 which has in connection with fur nishings of the Chapter the most complete lodge room in the Kentucky mountains- Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute was organized on Julv soth 1889 James Houk J J Williams M Bowers D N Williams Dr A G Lovell and J W Brown director C C Williams president The institution is now known as the Brown Memorial School It is un der tho patronage of the church of that name of Baltimore The school has progressed since its in ception and improves as the years pass along in educational facilities The school is now in charge of Miss Ida M Taylor the most en ergetic principal ever at the head of the schools affairs Langdon Dormitory was built 1905 from funds furnished by an enterpri ing and philanthopic lady of Baltimore Mts John P Lang don In the erection of this dor mitory Miss Ida M Taylor had entire chagin planning supervising etc and paying of the builders and workmen Miss Taylor is endowed with remarkable executive abil ty as is evidenced by her superior and successful management of the Brown Memorial School and the discharge of other manifold duties CORRECTION Total eclipse of the sun was Aug 7th 1869 instead af planter A T Fish Odd Fellows lodge Mt Vernon organized about 1870 JT Clark Chas Kirtley and J L Joplin were among the members Their lodge was in rooms over the storeroom of J J Williams No meet ingswere held after about 1874 Pwer mill Scaffold Cane by Griffith Later one by X 4icCnil threerfourths miJe- Nortll of Mt Vernon court honse Alfred Owens ana Callow y Mul lins were two unique character The were splendid specimens of the early settlers and good men Both lived to be quite aged dicing after 1880 These men were u chums as boys and mci always lived near each other uttil the grim reaper took them away over the mountain They were ever lastingly playing planks upon each other as well as their neighbors Ten papers the size of the SIGNAL would scarcely hold the tales told of them In 1833 when the stars fell everybody was terribly wrought up and excited over the rain of stars when it appeared the end of the world was at hand IIMany were praying others weep ingand mourning Alfred Owens remarked to the destracted people as he pointed toward the moon 1 Just keep your eye opthe main fuglement if she starts to hell 1ve go in a hand basket Col A August has lately had made from Pine Hill clays Samples are in possession of Dr ThomasDisk Hartow by JK McClary First additian to Mt Vernon 1890 bynames J White North of cor parate limits Two new street opened Newcomb Avenue and High Street Hot air engine used for purapujg at water tank Livingston by rail road company didnt give satisfaction LodgCMLVeru organized by C HlWiDeOfS n o4- f L J lit I had tried everything for my baby until Dr Lyle recommended casca sweet I can truthfully say it is the best medicine I ever used for bB bies My little baby was mere skeleton from stomach trobleso bad that she did not notice anythiny but is now entirely well and we can almost see her growNannie L Taylor Bedford Va Caeca sweet is sold by Chas C Davis BEE LICK 0 W T Taylor has finished his work at J Reynolds Rev R E Todd filled his regular appoint ment at Bethell Saturday and Su- ndayG W Parsons is suffering considerably with a sore legR- T Taylor who had his hand mash ed Christmas is able to work again Food dont digest Becuse the stomach lacks some one of the es sential digestants or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it ib this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol Foi Indigestion should be used for relief Kodol i a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat and corrects tha deficiencies of the digestion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold here by Chas C Davis Senator McCreary has announced that hewill votjf to sustain the Presidents action in discharging the negro soldiers of the Twenty fifth infantry When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve cat save much discomfort In buyinp salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imitatione and be sure you get the original DeWitts Hazel Salve Sold by Chas C Dad Fr 01 I1TTHE I9O7 World Almanac is richly weighted with informa lion on almost every conceivable subject and is a marvelous reposi tory of facts figures and cyclope dcknowJedgeel1nigh indispens able lo every one who needs to re feI to recent histoiicalj politicalor general happenings- Within its covers may be found 10000 facts and figures embracing almost every subject of daily inter estIt is the one book that tells you something about everything and everything about a great many thingsOver 600 pages strongly bound in an illuminated cover Now on sale over the United States for 25 cents Mailed to anyaddress for 35 cents by the Press Publishing Corn pauyNew qrk City HOW TO AVOID APPENDI jCrrIS Most victims of ndiCitis are 4hoie boar habitua1yconstipa ted Or1noLaptiveFiuitSrup cures chroniq constipation by stim ulating the liver and bowels and re storesthe natural action of the bowelsV OrinoIiax3itiv EruiwSyp up does not nauseate or gripe an4 is mild and to take Refuse Mbtituc ObCUls SSSSqY Little touches of hackache sh niu not be allowed logo unteiuicil Rheumatism and many ot vthings follow A box nt DeWiti Kidney and Bladder Pills will bring reliet quickly The drive the PUISMI IIpllahr b ay Act on th- eliera nel1 as the kidneys A 25 cen poX holds a weeks treatment Sodb Chas 0 DavsIUpon her own applicato 4rc Eva Jfm ed twenty three w qrij dged insane at Hopkins ville a i ordered crmmitte1 to the as lu P wh re sIll w sn inmtte while a chli Mothers who give their children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup invariably indorse it Children like it because the taste is so pleasantI Contains Honey and Tar Original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the reliet of croup Drive the cold out through IIalA bommittee from the Senate will go from Brownsville to eather evidence regardinj j he riot in which the negro troops participated It is believed President will be sns tained by the Sen- ateFOLEYS 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 wrights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS C CHAS DAVIS u Am better prepared than ever t test and fit the eves with glase- Have all the latest appliancesfo 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 anr epairs kept Very truly S C FRANI- LINFOLliOYANDTAI Cures Colds Prevents Pnnumonla THE ORIGINALL- AXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in expellinjr Colds from the sys tern by gently moving tho bowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly other couzh cures are 0 flS t p at n g especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey It Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates Tho Red Clover som and the Honey Bee is on every bottle KENNEDYS mmCOOT- AIXIKQ HONEY AND TAR L DeWITT A CO CHICAGO U 8 A Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTL E Real Estate Co MT YERNON KY 0 FARM No 1This farm of 3tt acres located on Negro creek neat Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable tc properly look after same because ol hit 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 irood orchard FARM NO 58o acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will NO 82t4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price a NO r Th3i tracts of eland in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county KyM and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi deuces of eorge Hines anti George Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot tom land and a good part of it is up land but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 poracre One third cash th balanoein lendj two 70M1 SPS sf Weak Lungs Bronchitis rFor over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis consumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years III MUIBIAIo7 1erS SARSAPARILLAI Wo have no secrets We publish tho formulas of alt our medicines Pills keep the bowels regular All vegetable and gently laxative SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARD ING THE NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleas d to announce that Folevs Honey and Tar fcr coughs colds and lung troubles is not effected 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 place 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 paying 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 aftereffects Thats the reason they are so popilar wlfh all who use them Your druggist can tell you what localityII do positively think that Dr Miles A Pills are the best medicine ever put upon the market I find thorn so restful and soothing and without any bad aftereffects I have suffered with neuralgia so that my system would jut ache and quiver amj I cannot take opiates but I can take these tablets and they always relieve me No one that suffers with asIif there was any opiate in them I could mornIngwork all day MRS W H BURKETT Macon Ga Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggst who will iurivnte3 that Itfalls25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i Mount Vernon Monumental WORKSI of arid Manufacturer and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished 011 application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon K- yrodheadj1arbe Work BROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager ff= 1 tawart1 Iron I Illlnll Fence II llw CINCINNATI O Om stskLwrI SPIRO 0 The revival meeting closed at Freedom Sundav with seven sirldi tim sMr Mart Owens and wife of Pine Hill are visiting relatives at Spiio this weekMis Fred Hahn who has been very ill tor the past few diys is imploring Mr G R Piigand family of Oti iwa visited the family of W H Owens Sunday and Monday Mr Minnie Cook of Fort Wayne lud was called to the bedside of htr mother Mrs Fred Hahn Little Miss Dortby Owens is vis iini her grandma Mrs Lucinda G tile in Pulaski this week Misses Lzzie GofFe and Addie Evans vis ited Mrs Sophi Owens at Simo last weekMrs Dave Oveuais very ill at this writingG W Brown and Bert Owens are still on the matrimonial listMr Dock Owens says he is going to hunt him a cook very soon Albert Owens of near Maretburg says be is going to try his luck in the gold fields of California AbM as be is better kncwn is one of Rockcastles best boys WANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute san pies of our goods Salary 8 per month paid weekly and cash adA meed for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C 338 Wabash Ave Chicago Ill CURED OF LUNG ITROUBLE It is now eleven years since I hada narrow escape from con sumption writes C O Floyd a leading business man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 735 pounds and coughing was constantly both by night and day Finally began taking Dr Kings New Discovery md 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 and too Triat bottle free C ST BIABears Signature or A DISTURBED THE CONGREGATION The person who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by con tinually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Fblevs Honey and Tar For sale by Chas C Davis W A CARSON PainterPaperhangerAgent HENRY BOSCH COS line of WAiL PAPER HOOT- ilIOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate ot york betore placing you order All Work Guaranteed 1M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky S FirstClass t Work J JFFICE At residence on Old Main St known as the C C WHi hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAL every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On ard floor o rhe Bank of Mt Vernon on Churcb treet Special attention giver o collections Phone No 80 3 C McCLARY Undertaker EmbalmerLINE Complete Robes Orders by Telephone attenr ed promptly Stanford Ky KILLTH COUCH AND CURE THK LUNGS KingsNew FOR c i CONSUMPTION Pries SOc Ie S 100 Fret Trial sureat and Quickeet Cure for all- THBOATI and LUNG TROU3- LIS l o X01mYQ rJo 1i1 The Kind You Have Always Bought antI tvldch has been in use for over 30 y ars las borne tIle signature of lias been made under his per sonal supervision since infancy AlIovno deceive you this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment WhEt 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 nge is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness It cures Diarrhoaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation lull Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers 1rieiutdS CItw CASTORIA BGPTS the Signature The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years WLdIi i s WHY a it or A A a as US A fully yout and send you Free in envelope Dept The Medicine Co Tenn JI w its to in are I do I take Cardui writes Mrs Jelemma Mullins of Odessa W Va Because after for several years with female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicines without obtaining relief I at last found in Wine of Cardui golden medicine for all my ills and can recommend above all others for female complaintsCardui furnishes safe relief for backache headache periodical pains irregular painful unhealthy cata menial flow and all ailments from which sick women suffer perfect tonic for delicate women pure vegetable medicine for girls and women who are bjetS to the complaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited over million who used to suffer you do At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE LETTER describing symptoms we Advice plain sealed Ladles Advisory Chattanooga Chattanooga 1II and one of suffering WINE OF ALWAYS CARDUI JONAS McKENZIE n COME COME E invite all to come and see us At my store you Iwillalways find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHINGJI We carrry a full lineof 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 Wa oIIDYLWILD THE BEST LACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY DruB Stgtioncy jiar Tobceo Paint Oiland Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Speciaffg SC DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET JHLl VERNON KY r PWENsIJ Brodheadky I j 1 COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly I Filled J 4t y