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Published Every Friday oiiieti tEstablishedVOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JAN 18 1907 NUMBER 17 ADYANTACES IU1 CLOTHIN tailor Frenchwaistbandssame 3OurILIKE PIGEONS FLYING READY ROASTED IN YOUR MOUTH f sandThis= = =l K ww 1000 WITNESSES w I can a thousand andwEprove by them have w worn W L Shoes ww S than any shoe they thatwEthe BLUEw= rw rivet a GOLD w labeledw= 1 AM COCK TILE ww iE Ask your what he Shoeww He us i E w y ww ww w Special Sales on each = week w w Watch for them =www w il1ilill111111Ll11111111111111111 Historical0 By James Mare An old book containing the Acts of the legislature of 1813 and 14 a fair state is through the of J J Painter in the possession of the writer as a loan It found stuck under the in the resi denc of John Sawyer shortly after his death a since Theacts are published under head of The first shown in the book is under the head of Chapter XCVI an act authorizing certain to be inserted in TheLight House a printed in Danville and The Sov ereign People printed at yuleSChapter loo an act authorizing Peter Bellis to receive the same persons horses mules a id wheel carriages crossing on his bridge at his ferry on Dix Riv er as he gets for ferrying ioS for of John White a private on cam paign in 1786 Three pounds two and five pence Chapter 120 an act to establish in precinct in Clay county Chapter 138 an for the relief ot William Pearl and William Smith 1helatter supposed t o have been Geueral Smith of castle NS r159ttoamend law con r c orning Cb atrollers v t 5 2 ti iti c0 sxt f ns cxs ntnnnnn JtUnU1 nn tnt1n r OF iK Our conclave shoulders and closefitting collars are conspicuous and effective of Kwality Kounts Cotts They are the results of a painstaking and artistic system of p ddin and staying that can be produced only by the most scientific Our trousers all haveing continuous or used by the most 3 No matter what the PriceK K Clothes fits perfectly f Children 3 wE E produce that they sE Douglas longer had Douglas Shoes ought tow RIBBON STRINGS OF WALK neighbor g bought of r- w wrww wrr Kentucky in preservation kindness was rafter few years chapters advertisement newspaper Russell fees for Chapter relief Logans shillings election act Rock Chapt non features SHOECOa 8xr O 50 5 0- X22 v a ITNfilti i EB- VOl1NION tNE biADlr l lEstypALO It will pay you to examine the W IL Douglas shoes and see forfi I yourself that they are just as jjI good in every way as those for ra which you have been paying S li tis to t7 For style cum fort mid service they J a cannot be surpassed jjf by custommade v shoes b FOR SALE BY uiu uu missioned officers and soldiers who volunteered and served on the late expedition against the enemy in upper Canada under the command of his excellency Governor Sheaby and those who served lasts mer under Col Russell on an expedi iron gainst the Indians on the Wabas shall be entitled o a cred it for thee tours of duty of thirty day each Te names of other note men ap ear in the wording of Inact Col Richard M Johnson pt William Gar rard Gen1 SanrLHopkins Gen Harrison and Go Edwards Chapter 155 for Netter regula tion of the town of NVinchester Clarke county Chapter 156 authorizing and providing for the erection ofa State House in the town of Frani fort Chapt r 163 for benefit qtGeo Walker whereas it appears that Georgjf Walker did some years ago settle himself and family upon a piece of unappropriated land in the ounty of Rockcastle upon wh ch the said Walker now resides etcV near TheM ud Spring It Chapter 167 Legislative exFens es Speaker of Houseand Senate each per day Clerks Senate and House 60 each per week Sergeant at arms and doorkeepers 16 week Roger Divine 6rCl1t ting fuel furnishing wattr candle sticks ctndJesfprthe Bouse on session 60 4Dvid J hIJ 173 loads wood for useVf General vAs sembl 173 Gerard and Berry publsC7fpr it rs i yen Wbtk M McM M M A SQUARE DEAL I am going to keep on talk ingx 3M DOUGLAS SHOES- STETSON HATS = 0AND KK CLOTHING 3 until r have every man and 3 Mboying them =a The goods will talk to voii = afterwards saying We cost = Mnoj to than others 3 Good Goods Living Price 4MYour money back if not thor 3A rtoughly satisfied = z i I S1llitltiitlitllillttit- tinttttlst ittitittttcitttltitttttitttttittttutlu vwwt63580 David Neiss binding 1500 copies ofacts present session 375 Anthoay Crocket for his services as an express employed by the Governor to Genl Harri sons army 200 Richard Taylor for preparing house for legislature and house rent io7o8o j4 Hum phrey Marshall for two and one half dozen chairs for use of the legislature 60 Roger Divine for five sets of andirons for use of legislature 256232 IThese are only a portion of the bookInone money appropriated was to be paid until the follow DecemberA waspassed lookin to the borrowing 100000 from the Bank of Kentucky for paying Kentuckys quoto of direct tax to U S Government Treasurer ryas direted to inform the Treasury Department that money would be ready for payment on the loth of Febary Th endingof the book ira resolution aPProbatorY of the con ShelbyiuIto Upper Canada to victor rand to glory In parts of the book are found otcover found the panes lof Amanda Sallie and Sam Fur etheroyer is5 found the name of DavidR Martin Owens The namerof vNatnari BrownV is found 6tra nuniber of pages TJnv tone P ppe ir tZ1u recorda N tl rl Next week we shall 3w offer 3000 pieces fine 3 glass ware at 3 cents each rO M innniiiiitiitiiirnniiiiiniifi 1IIIICII i Brown was born Dec 17 1804 by GdOn another page it shows that r Henry Sowder was born January 4 1804 by Gand was married the 1st of January 1829 Another inscription reads Jas Henderson March the 1st day 335 Amongthe items in blank assess ment form was Blanks over 16 No intimation is given as to where the legislature held its ses sions or where the book was print ed The printing is good The spelling is almost identical with that in use to day Some obsolete words are found TROUBLEgIt is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from con Floydleadingbusin a weighttodlYFinallyNew Discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble wen entirely gone and I was restored t 7Thousands o pounds are healed qyalldrnggistsfree Complying with his contract with akerfltbeIernors men as chairmen of thej most Important committees A rigid Anti fnist Bj was introduoed dad willreccivethesupportof the Beiqocrsts i e3 xpcx SalejJc3c Lades and Chifdrens p1 CLOAKS y We have a large stock of these Cloaks which we will sell at a greatly reducedprice cr as we do not want to carry them over next y season and in order to dispose of them to make room for other goods we will sell them X for cost and Iss See Our Line of Fine Umb- rellasCALICOES f 7 LNow is the time to buy your Calicoes 5 cent Calicoes at 4 cent 6 J4cent Calicoes at 5 cents F KRUEGER SON JX P LEVEL GREEN Rev Reubin Hurley filled Rev Cummins appointmet at Poplar Grove on Sunday last as Rev Cummins is instructing a singing class at Oak GroveO L Hatch er an L N employe who fell off a car in Livingston yard and was slighted injured was able to come home Saturday His brother Tony who has been at home for some time on account of poor health is improving slowlyMiss Frances Todd a young lady who has been confined to her bed since childhood and who is in a very critical condition is not expected- to recover Enoch Hammock and Rebecca Pitman are no better Mrs Dehlia Shell received message that her daughter Mrs Saylor who resided in Tennesse was dead Her remains were brought here and interred in the Friendship cemetery Tuesday Jesse Wallin who is located at Sonora Texas writes that his health is greatly improved while his brother Olivers condition remains about the same as when he left Rockcastle Born to the wife of O L Hatcher on the 7th instant a fine girl babyMrs Nannie Ba ker and Miss Isabel Shiplet of Pon go were visiting at the home o Mrs Elvira Thomas last week Miss Fannie DeBoard of Walnut Grove was the guest ofher sister Mrs Wade Brown last Friday Miss Vira DeBoard is visiting her sister Mrs Custer Herrin at Shop ast Somerset before she returns Miss sMae Brown spent last Thursday afternoon with Miss Maggie Ham lipLittle Zelma and Anna Brown Sunowhich was taught by James Ping closed last Friday with an entertainment Clarence Mcgueary began a select school there last Monday Some of our boys and girls will attend school at i gostug to Mt Vernonnd11st i Wade Graves has purchased the heret9MtiVernon Sutton visited his family last Su tjI r a WDe=the winter with Mrs Elizabeth Lawrencelt is with regret that we give up C C Miller and his wife He has ceased work here and wtll take his will to Teunessee where he will resume workHe has paid his workbands nearly one thousand dollars since he began work here which should bs quite a financial help to our section and has caused the hickory timber to disappear very rapidly which could not have been used very profitably otherwise Food dont digest Becuse the stomach lacks some one of the es digestivejuicesThen too it ib this undigested food painfulinshould be used for relief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat andcorrects ths deficiencies of the digestion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold here by Chas C Davis It has been so warm in the Southern part of the State during all the winter that the unprece dented occurrence of peach trees blooming before the middle of Jan nary is looked upon as something extraordinary Sam Linebaugh Newsfover 200 trees all of which are in full bloom This is somethiug previously un known at time of year At the investigtion of the Baltir more and Ohio block signal system qy the Interstae Commerce Com mission Monday the testimony skewed that employer often worked an excessive number of hours with out rest WISE COUNCIL FROM THE SOUTH Ilfantto give some valuabe advice tothostwho suller with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenship of Beck ennuI hay proved to an abso lute certainty that ElectricBitters will positively cure this distressin condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a Jew more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it be recommengreaf Sold juidet jpntnUf by ill druf K pckt 500 ISPIltO andcousin Mrs Minnie Cook have returned to their homes at Fort Wayne Ind after a visit to their aunt and mother Mrs Fred Hahn for the past two weeksMrs Patsie Brown the nurse who is waiting on Mrs Hahn says she is getting along nicely Mrs Sophia Owens visited her mother Mrs Goffe in Pu laski last Sunday and Monday dauhterhnmnwho has been visiting in tatcounty for thepast two weeks Messrs Albert Hahn and James McKinney attended churchat Skeggs Creek church last Sunda- ynightliar Isaac Graybieland wife of Pongo are visiting the latters parents at this place Born to the wife of J H Mc Kinney on last Sunday morning a fine girLMr H G Owens has gone to hard work digging up saw briarsThe singing school at Freedom is progressing nicely taught by Prof Dodd of Maret burRMiss Pearlie Ping is visiting her aunt Mrs Sophia Owens at this placeW H Owens visit ed relatives at Ottawa Monday Mrs Annie Graybiel has gone to Crib Orchard to have her eves t eated Miss Lola Owens visited Miss Socia Wells Sunday night babyuntilsweet I can truthfully say it is the bebyeseton from stomach trobleso bad anythinybutcan almost see her growNonni L Taylor Bedford Va Caeca t sweet is sold by Chas C Davie- The Pacific Mail steamship Bar racouia whichwas ashore at Cor into Nicaragua has been floated withfaj1parent childrens 1iJieittaeqrigreliefcroup a ug WaLiaaabJ 1 JII t t t YE l l I 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY anI8 1907 1 Publisheevery Friday by n EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertisingrrates made Jznoivn oil a a J lication e r ABOUT the most disgraceful thing Kentucky has witnessed for some time was the mock trial the Harrises begun at Jackson last week with the now famous and illustrious Judge Carnes on the bench appointed by the Governor as a special Judge to try the case If the Governor intends that the Hargises and their infamous clan shall go free why not give them an absolute pardon and stop the big expense of holding so mauy farcical trials The rulings ofJudge Carnes for the short time he was allowed to sit in the case before answering before for Court of Ap peals for trial for his improper rulings is unprecedented in the his tory of our nation If Judge Carnes was not selected because of his appropriate fitness for this special case it will take a long time to make the honest people think otherwise and the rediculous proceedings are enough to put to shame any half decent or respectable citizen to say nothing of those directly and indirectly interested IF there is any one thing that the town of Mt Vernon is sore ly in need of it is a wideawake Commercial Club Improvements seldom come in any town except by a united effort on the part of the business men of that town and while we believe that our business men are some of the best people on earth yet we regret to have to say that in the past that it seems that the spirit of public improve ment the effort to attract people and enterprises to our town has not had the consideration from them that it should have had The spirit of improvement is on throughout the land rand there is no reason why Mt Vernon should not join the procession So long as the citizens of the town are guided by selfish and indifferent motives and look only to the mak ing ofa feWdollars for themselves just that long will that town be either on a standstill or in the backward march Let us have a more united effort and strive to get some of the enterprises which we ought to have should have and can have IT has been discovered that apples wrapped in newspapers will keep all winter the paper excluding the damp Care should be taken however that the subscription be paid or the dampness in the paper from what is due will spoil the fruit Kansas City Journal POLITICS AND POLITICIANS An Arkansas State Senator who figured in the recent bribery expos uresin that State was refused a place in the Democratic legislative caucus at Little Rock The nomination of George C Cortelyou to be Secetary of the Treasury was confirmed by the Senate Tuesday together with a number of other Cabinet officers The uprising at Jackson isevi dence that the people of Kentucky are tired of partisan courts and the protection of assassins for po litical reasons for the powers that may be The honest fair minded men of our State of whatever po litical affiliation are desirous that our courts be conducted from a standpoint of fairness and not of favoritism We do not believe there would have been the slightest trouble at Jackson had not the j ulings ben palpably iu favor of vJlargisrSentinel Democrat r J Senator Tillmau spoke on the JBrownsville incident in the Senate He characterized the President ac rtion in the matter tzs nothtng more norTess than lynching He chal V lenged anyone to produce in the army regulations or articles of war any foundation for the charge of conspiracy of silence mutiny and rJtreason made against the soldiers J although he declared there was no J doubt that these soldiers were reo sponsible for the outrage at Brownsville nIhc Senator was interrupted many times by other Members who questioned hint dos lyiou theiJoundJoJ his racial t F opinions f A convention will be held at lit Sterling in April to n rn t1tea candidate for railroad Commission er for the Third district 1LEES BIRTHDAY igth will be the birthday of that great Southern patriot Robert E Lee All through the South the occasion will be celebrated and his memory honored No hero in all our nations history is so loved and revered in IJixV and the recurrence of the dayof his birth is taken advantage of in ail places where the exConfederates are organized to pay to him the deep tributes of many harts We have as yet heard no demonstration to be held here but expect that some exercises will be heldeithEr by the camp of confederates veter axis or the Daughters of the Confed eracy NEWS ITEMS Eight men were killed by an explosion of gasoline in mine NO7 at Clinton Ind all being mutila tedSecretary Shaw has transmitted a report to Congress urging the es tablishment of a new subtreasury for the South It is thought that there will be a a liberal appropriation for Kentucky waterways in the coming Rivers and Harbors Bill The library of the late Bishop John T Tigert has been presented to the theological department of Vanderbilt University Nashville The President Monday sent to the Senate a special message on the Brownsville affair in which he calls the discharged soldiers mid night assassins and reaffirms his authority to discharge them from the army He also transmits Sec retary Tafts report containing the evidence taken at the invetigation The Senate Monday indulged in another field day of oratory in which Senator Mallory of Florida upheld tha Presidents actions in aismissing the negro troops from the army The debate was partic ipated in by a number of Senators and was not concluded Judge William Carnes who pre sided at the trial of James Hargis at Jackson and who had been cited to appear before the Court of Appeals was in Frankford Monday confer ing with Gov Beckham He charged Floyd Byrd with playing to the galleries and said several mo tions which he overruled were not in good faith He also ex plained several of his rulings He will be given a hearing before the higher couri today but has not employed an attorney James J Hill president of the Great Northern Railroad Company has written a letter to Gov John son of Minnesota in which he deals exhaustively with the various railroad problems Mr Hill sets out at length what in his opin ion is responsible for the existing situation and what should be done to remedy it The Western coun try has grown so fast that the rail roads have been unable to keep pace with it Mr Hill says and he believes the building of additional trackage is the best solution of the problem a BLOSS Mr Thomas Harper and Miss Alice McKinney were married at the home of the bride on the 3rd of January The groom was the elder son of Mr and Mrs Josiah Harp r and the bride is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs James McKinney We wish them a long and happy life Born to the wife of Wm McKinley a big girl hab- vIThe I4 year old daughter of Dr James Cress who was burned on the 24 day of Dec died last week and was laid to rest in the Line Greek graveyard Ump Bullock and Wade Brown were here Mon fay on business Mr George Chaney and Babe Dyer the greatest horse traders in this section haveswoppedHagain Mrs Will McGliifeis very lowPate Randal of Van honk is closing out his store to move near the Morgan ford of Buck creek We are sorryto that the singing school has closed Pitman Chappel Mr Wyatt Chancy spent Satur day and Sunday with his brother EIBl1llockfather E Bulluck Sunday last Born towifeof King Robert Bhildersaafinegitl babyMrs Tlios Penix who has been sick is J Jvno better0 fj t Sheriffs Sale By virtue ot tax warrants issued by the Clerk of the Rockcastle i County Court on the list of delin quenttax payers for the year iqo6 which list was turmshed said Clerk by me as Sheriff of Rockcastle County as required by law I or one of my Deputies will on the28tb day of January 1907 it being County Court day at the front door of The Court house in Mt Vernon Ky offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for taxes cost interest and penalty the real estate or a sufficient amount thereof to satisfy the taxes etc due the State and county by said delinquents for the year 1906tWitness my hand as Sheriffiof the county aforesaid this January 2nd 1907 DISTRICT NO2- Cress An ry one town lot in Maretsbufg tax penalty and cost 2 82 Harrison Henry one acre land near T D Mullins tax penalty andcost 3 75 DIST No 3 Adams J Jo 167 acres land near John Martin tax penally and cost 8 53 Harris John D n r 900 acres land near 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 3 88 Settles Geo tn r 950 acres land near Booties Gap tax penalty and cost 1389 Sigmon J H 35 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 pen alty and cost 4 95 Hollinsworth W M 25 acres landnear Rosie Hollinsworth tax penalty and cost 3 89 Lutes Chas heirs n r 200 acres land near Henry Hamlin tax penalty and cost 6 32 Simpson J C heirs luo acres land near James Vanwinkle tax penalty and cost 6 33 DIST No5 Baker Hardin 50 acres land near Lum Shepherd tax penalty and cost 5 42 Luxom Coleman n r 212 acres land near Nelson Baker tax penalty and cost 73c Glass H F nr50 acres land near Sl Griffin 47 acres land near Wm Coffey tax penalty and cost 4 53 Metcalf Ben 10 acres land near W S Muilins tax penalty and cost 3 79 Sexton E P n r 40 acres landnear Dock Carpenter tax penalty and cost 3 10 DiST NO7 Livingston Aldridge James n r one town lot tax penalty and cost5 38 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 9 43 Hurley Robert 12 acres land near John Moberly tax penalty and cost 4 41 McWhorter Nath 300 acres land near Elisha Mullins tax pen alty and cost640 Nichols W To r one town lot in Livingston tax penalty land cost 3 00 Withers Joe n r one town lot at Sinks depot tax penalty a- ndcost4 15 Howell Geo 80 acres land near J L Arcold tax penalty aud cost 546 Dock Stucky one town lot in the town of Livingston tax penalty and coat 5 30 DIST No8 J Nichols R M n r 47 acres land near Geo Bowman tax pen altvandcost797Mize Coope tax penalty and ctst 3 02 Mink Ben McLean 37 acres near Cy Shiplet tax penalty and cost 3 77 DIST No 9 Sowder Mrs 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 v3 25 Thompson C W near Squire Thompson tax r penalty and cost 4 40 DisT No 10 Lawrence R E 80 near Joseph Woodallj taxpenalIt- y and cost 5 65 Owens Amanda ii acres land near M K Hamm tax penalty and cost 268 Peoples Harriett xheirs 40 acres land near CC Botkins tax pen thy at dcost 3 00 Proctor Sarilda 40 acres land rear Alfred Owens tax penalty and cost 363 Scarbough Lheirs zooacres anduear Geo Farristaxt J enaUy i 0j r s5 rl4 H w tftfi r t t HA qt t A J r i 41it f q I 1t i L 1 i t 1 x This space belongs to tvt t j G T Johnson DEALER IN f Ladies and Gents Furnishings n n MT VERNON KENTUCKY f tt rvertAWatch for his opening d announcement is t il 01 tiG 1t ttl l r I L r ItLj c rr J l rCOMPLETE LINE fI FOE a NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERALI MERCHANDISE Remember that W Best at fhe LOWEST Prices I A FULL LINE e ac Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods t VVH RICH Andrewssae c Kentucky J and cost4 31 Smith E Ju r 40 acres lard near Jane Owens tax penalty and cost 3IS DiST No It Abrams Solomon n r 75 acres land near J F Dooley tax penalty and cost 4 63 Taylor J W colored house and lot in Mt Nernon Ky tax penalty and cost n 3 74 R L McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County t The flood situation along the Ohio has again reached a serious stage especially along the western section of Kentuky where the river is above the danger line with a furthur rise expected The Weather Bureau has sent out a cold wave warning for Keutucky and says the thermometer will drop to 20 degreesThe Kentucky Railroad Com mission at Greenville heard the complaint made against the Illinois Central railroad by the Hillside Coal Company cars for coal have not been furnished promptly and and that they have been delayed in transit Further hearing will be hadThe grand jury at Findlay 0 re ported last evening returning 939 indictments against the Standard Oil Company six subsidiary companies and John D Rockefeller H H Rogers and seven other offi cials of the alleged trust James Brice the newlyappoin ted British Ambassador to the United States is to be the guest of the Pil grims Society of London at a ban quet on February 6 at whi ch Field Marshal Lord Roberts is to preside THE RIGHT WAY Mr August Sheroe 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 constipation 25C at all druggists CATOElXA2cm ftgaatun A Brad EJ BB S BPa17B aMh1 m PHOTOS lliwE are now prepared to do the best OABI m ffimP uaranm teed 1mKellym aB e IloImmmllakM KMMar Md mi A GAURANTEKD CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz to refund money if PAZO OINT MBNTfails dayss51C Ii RING OUT THE OLD- RINC f IN THE NEW That is what we are dong contiuall with our complete 1line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC and UpToDateI Bargains in WINTER can please you both in quality and price Those who have not settled their old accounts should not come expecting credit We have to pay the whol ale peoples bills promptly Please remember this We carry a full line of GENERL MERHANDISE that is hard to beat But come and see for yousself We shall be pleased to show you Come we extend you a hearty welcome A CN HIATT i H1ATT KENTUCKY YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of SIT V RNOSU will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres WL RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Iitilllili9littI1i11l111I1GWillis PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKER3AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky = = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = done Fine Hearse attached w E ORDERS bywire Promptly Filled 3 63rY = lUUllU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU1Ul1UU1lU1UUU1U1HlUllUU1Ul it To Cure a Cold in One Day t Take Laxative Bromo Quinine rteboMtMMfaH i3lMlltk I1ipIItureISowoi tJ 1L T DaYI onevtry boz25c ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VEIiNON KY Jan 18 1907 Z9 Call up No 70 whenyou wrist to Communicate with SIGNAL Z9 JC 4 y R R Co TIMETABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Version Ky Postoffice u secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Will Fish was in Livingston TuesdayMiss Sparks is visiting relatives at Livingston Mrs W L Richards has been very sick for the past week Mrs J W Tate spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here S C Franklin went to Berth- Tuesday to do some optical work We are glad to be able to repor County Court Clerk M C Miller betterMiss Susie Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs L R Hughes at StanfordG Ballard went to Danvill- Monday as a witness in the Henry Pennington trial E Bullock received a telephone message Saturday that his son was very ill at BereaIMjss Georgie Mc Ferron is visiting the family of her brother Sher iff R L McFerron Charley Davis L N brake man who has been on the sick lis for several weeks is improving Charlie McKenzie has a positon in the Bank of Mt Vernon and is doing splendid work and learning the business rapidly- C H Rice the Livingston lumberman was here Monday and told us that there was some talk of starting a bank at Living stonTalmage Cummins is doing splen did work in this office and while he has had a very little experiene yet he goes at it like he had had many yearsMrs Minnie Cook of Fort Wayne Ind who was called here two weeks ago on account of the serious illness of her mother Mrs Fred Hahn has returned to her homeSquire W D Wallin of the East End was here yesterday re ceiving congratulations from his numerous friends over the arrival of a daughter at his home a few days sinceInterior Journal Capt R MJackson was reelected President of the First National Bank of London and Mr McCalla Fitzgerald was continued as cashier of that highly successful institution Laurel County News LOCAL The weather prophet has made a clear miss on January for every time he has said cold weather it has rained the harder Every creek in the county is past fording and if the heavy rains continue much longer the farmers along the waterways will suffer considerable loss The board of trustees at its reg ular meeting Saturday night or dered that part of Main street ex tending from the railroad to Will iams street be covered with napped stone six inches deep STOP AND THINK Winter will soon be over and spring is the time when we ALL want to beautify the last resting place of our dead Those who want Monuments up in thespring now is the tim to place your order Come and see me and I will show you some thing that will interest you GEORGE OWENS tiitf Mt Vernon Ky NEW STOREIhave my new store completed and am now ready to supply the public with every thing in the way of fresh groceries of all kinds I keep none but the best and all 1 ask is a trial to prove what I say Stanford No i flour the best coal oil sold in Mt Vernon the best coffee and sugar and lull line of groceries just in all fresh Call and see me- Wi M SMITH M jtf h Mt Vernon Ky ah t IRsvMershonof Wilrnore will church next Sunday morning and evening Attori o ney The attendance at the Brown Memorial School has reached the one hundred and forty mark and there are still others to tome The excessive rains are causing great destruction of property throughout the entire country the railroads befng the greatest loosers EXAMINATION I will hold in my office on the 25 and 26 instant an examiuation for all those who wish to apply for a Get ificate of Common Graduates Fee 100 G M Ballard County Supt Will Casper District Agent for the Modern Woodmen of America organized a lodge here last Satur day night with twentytwo mem bers with others to be added at the next meeting He is now working up a lodge at Brodhead The Supervisors made over seven hundred raises in the county and if any of them were unjust we have not heard of it It all the listedaat any thing like what it could be nottrank so low in the list of pauper countiesNoTlclrTo whom it may con cern we W G Nicely and H F Nicely have sold our interest in the WadeeGraves of Hansford Rockcastle County Ky and cease to have any connection in any way withsaid company this Jan 12 1907 W G Nicely Secy and Treas H F Nicely 1St VPres For the benefit of our corre spon dents we want to say that all items of an advertising nature will be cut intn to paid for at the rate of 5 cents per line Fair treatment to all is our motto and an advertisement is an advertisement whether found in the advertising columns or in the correspondence DEAD Mr James Poteet aged 77 died Tuesday after an illness lasting since last Thursday when he suffered a stroke of paralysis Mr Poteet has been in very poor health ever since the smallpox ep idemic of three years ago when as a special deputy he was consider ably exposed to bad weather in looking after the smallpox pa tients His burial took place Wednesday in the family burying ground near Pine Hill Kentucky Laws Made Plain is the title of a one hundred page book handsomely bound which the Peo ples Bank is giving awav as an advertisement It gives a brief syn opsis of every law on the statute books and every subject is dealt with in a manner not as the lawyer would want it but such that the farmer stockman merchant etc who do not have the time to make law a study can by few hours reading acquaint themselve with the fundamental points involved It is very useful and something that every one will appreciate With the tributaries of the Ohio pouring floods into it at all points south of Pittsburg and the danger line reached in many places it is predicted that the river will equal the floodof 1884 The Ohio passed the danger line at Cincin nati flooding the Grand Central station the use of which has been disconued Rivers and creeks in Kentucky are nil raging and great damage has been done Many small towns on smaller riv ers are threatened with inundation and families are moving their goods Rain is general throughout the Ohio valley The electric light plant is the very thing we want says everyone itewill add so much to the town yet when asked how many lights can you use the respose comes Oh my expenses are so heavy already that I cannot afford to obligate myself further At the very best very little is to be made out of an electric light plant in a town the size of Mt Vernon and those who start it run a great of loosing all that is invested but that is not here nor there if the people Mt Vernon want lights you will have them and if you prefer stumbling along in total darkness show your desire bs failing to sub scaibe for lights and your wishes will be granted What says the people It is up to you 1t F rft1i = J Jt II o null I This is the Place to Buy Gfofhihgr Economically I iIt is the best place not only because of the low prices but every article is l nn N i U Marriage license were issued this week to Richard Owens and Miss Betsey J Hall of Brodhead and Joe T Renner and Miss Dora Blackburn of the Skeggs Creek section Anyone having a good photo or tin type of Willis Griffiu or Judge Tames G Carter the Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M at Mt Vernon Ky would like to borrow them for a week or so Will be safely returned S C Franklin Secetary R ichmond is to have a vote March 12 on the saloon question A citizen told us a few days since that a paper which had been circulated by antisaloon league showed more than two thirds of the voters against saloons One of the leading saloon men of the town says he will vote with the people In Some Rockcustle History occured an error in last issue Johnathan S Langford the awye was buried by the side of first monument erected in Mt Vernon o Rockcastle County but the Joth athan Langford or the Langford who bought the lot and erected the monument was not buried there In one part of the article it reads power mill should be powder ofIr members of Mt Vernon Roval Arch Chapter No 140 was left out Odd Fellows lodge should rea 1878insteadCapt Smith the L N foreman bt this place has experienced considerable difficulty for the last few days to prevent the fill opposite W H Coxs old residence t washing off down town branch On the east side of the fill there use to be a pond but a year or two ago there came a sink which into a large sinkhole right at the base of the fill through which the water had passed enter ofn any is damage but the excessive rains of the last few days brought such an abundance of water that work day and night has been necessary prevent the whole east side oft fill from f washing awayr tf f 7J Reliable and Dependable Experience has taught us that Clothes of an unreliable nature are UNDESIRABLE no matter what the price may be Every Article that we Sell Must p STAND THE TESTH This is Our Guarantee No Matter what You Buy TIE UP WITH US IT WILL PAY YOU L riir5 C NNIIAS I Richmond temperance developed The Evening Post prints a story that John D Rockefeller has agreed to give two mtlliion dollars for forIinIterestedA plan is practically consumated whereby the University ot Louis ville will be fused with the pro posed University of the Baptist and Methodist churches and the prop erty now occupied by the city as a site for the University LIYlNGSTOfl Miss Agness Baker is visiting at Richmond this weekMrs Hen ry Burton has taken charge of the Mullins HotelW O Dilley is our new Train Master W W Wright having resigned that posi tion Arthur Boreing and wife have taken rooms at the Mullins Hotel Miss Margarette Over street is out from Parksville visit Bowrers Sparks is th Sparksris Qvisiting2 RreekJtiVgoods TuesdayW F Tubbs has moved his family to LaFollette TennMr James Hall and family have moved into their residence on Main street Rev Fairer of Louisville assisted by Rev Bris coe of Mt Vernon is conducting Baptidst a attendance and several addition- sP W Durham and family have gone to housekeeping in the house vacated by W F Tubbs and fami lyMrs Houston McFerron was in town Wednesday attending the Baptist revival Dr McDonald of Danville filled his regular appointment at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs David Griffiin was in town Wednesday visiting her son Geo W Griffin Houses are in great demand Hotel boardinghouses and even box cars are full and running over Who can say that Livingston is not booming again Mrs Mahala Carson has return ed after a pleasant visit to her weheer boss = tracle AlfredOtveus has moved his saw mill from Pine Hill to the Lee Arnold place near Liv ingston John Graves andwife have returned to their home in Paris after a visit with relatives here Tom Argenbright will move this family to EttawaGa We are very sorry to give up such good peopleMrs Susie Hicks is quite sick at this writingThere will be a new milliner in town for the spring seasonMiss Gsorgia Mc Ferron is visiting in Mt Vernon Mrs Hocker of LaFollette Tenn is visiting her son J C Hocker R J Lemon who has had quite a siege of typhoid lever is convalescent john Lear the- drummer is with our merchants this weekMr and Mrs W M thin has a position in the dispatchers officeWill and Chas Rice have oftteratwo e parents Mr and Mrs Chas Rice Dad Orndorff is at home on Mageee Jij were town nesaay on businessHardin Ma hafiev is up again after a severe attack of typhoid BKODHEAD The Burk Comedv Co left here Sunday for Crab Orchard after a successful weeks stay hereFattie the hotel man is thinking of going to Pine Knot and accepting a posi tion in the bank at that place but as the attractions in Brochead are so great the chances are that Fat tie will not stay very longMr Fisher the barber has made quite a reputation here as a rabbit hun ter Ifyou wish to see him on barber business call at his office on Sat urdays between 6 and 7 p mDr Carter who is in Louisville completing his course of medicine writes his friends that he expects to be with them in July and make Brodhead his future home Brod head is noted for pretty girls and the Mt Vernon boys must have found it out as the whole town came up last Sunday Miss Lyn Fay Jones w olsvsitingMi Sadie Evans will levee Sunday for her home in In4wf IWCaiptr the District Deputy for the Modern Woodmen of America has been with us for the past two weeks and has succeeded In getting a good Cam here of ihe best people of the town and county Now is a good time to have y our life insured for that expected wireMr Wade Leece of Monticello Ky was in town Sunday STATE HEALH BOARD CIR 1The CULAR State Board of Health has issued a circular letter dealing with some delicate facts in a veJy plain manner It says that the destruc tion of unborn children prevails to an extent not generally realized and especially in the higher walks of ofewomen and conducive to immoral its The Legislature has made it the duty of the Board to revoke the license of any physician who com mits this crime and the Board ap peals to the medical societies and the people generally to aid in far reting out the offenders and aid in the enforcement of the law The Boardwill also revoke the license of all physicians who become so addicted to the use of liquor or drugs that they are not fit to practice medicine CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind YouBreAlways BiugU Bears the- 1tianature of ct TO GORE COLD IN ONE DAT Take LAXATINB BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cureE W Groves signature is on each box 2 SctS MEN WANTEDThis county is being organized by a force of private Detectives affiliated with the oldest strongest and best deteN tive organization in the world One good man is wanted in each town city and school District Exper ience not needed abut mutt give references Full time not required Opportunity to make good move to right parties Address by letter only Superintendent Dr CAlcorn + LIft S alt EBbHBJtel tamm Out m m Wlnptmee1 M Goesmm IThis is a seasons endm sale andeverything will U Mbe sacrificed Myentiret stock of Millinery will be mso1d at cost COMEm EARLY before the stock v3fiisChristmas is comM youtts- ts ose Pres M Everything in the way of FLOSSES SILKS RIBBONS and LINEN M m CLEO w mm MT VERNON KY EJBB HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS chipbininsOtisfield Me I adply Backlin Arnica Salved Have also used it for saltrheumwith excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores ins woundstfrostall druggist OIpO ISiNIbti ATM KM vNits Ia h I OoMOOO +OO HHMO + OHOoO 0 0 o 0 g Girlhoodand Scotfs Emtifofon are linked together A 0 R The girl who takes Scotts Eintit a 01sforz has plenty of rich red blood she is 6 gplump active and energetic 0 O The reason is that at a period when a girls oZ digestion is weak ScottJt Emulsion 0- o provides her with powerful nourishment in 0 o easily digested form 0 6 s It iafd that builds and keeps up a 0irsfrenth v 0 ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0900I4O0000000004 BETTER WITHOUT SALOONS 0Those who argued that the closing of saloons in Harrodsburg would kill business must now ad mit their error of judgment for the merchants with an astonishing unanimity report Monday one of the biggest county court days from a business standpoint on record Chief of Police Smith says that in the 28 years which he has served the town in an official capacity he never knewa cleaner court day The crowd was immense aud every body looked clean happy and con tented and when the proper time came everybody departed for home sober Many put their whisky money into something that would do the family some good The usual sight of a number of drunken men on the streets was missing and the night was the quietest court day we ever had known for those who usually re mamed to carouce had gone home sober to their wives and babies Another noticeable feature was the absence of a whole drove of poor unfortunates being pulled up next morning before thePolice Court to be consigned to the jail or the rock pile Salurday night a lady might walk on the pavement instead of having to take the pike to avoid the crowds of drunken loafers A wellknown farmer who came in Monday on the Lexington pike tells us that he witnessed an unusual sight It was ten able bodied dark ies going out to work He was so astonished that he stopped to ask them what it meant and one of them replied Boss the firs out in Harrodsburg and we thought wewouldgooiit and do a good days work instead of hugging the stove in a saloon all day and go home hungry at night Harrods burg Dejnocrat Little touches of backache should not be allowed jo go untended Rheumatism and many other things follow A box ot DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills will bring reliet quickly They r drive the poison from jhe body Act on the liver as well as the kidneys A 25 cent box hold weeks treatment Sold by Chas C Davis VVANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary 80 per month paid weekly and cash adAanced for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTH WESTERN CO Depot W C 338 Wabash Ave Chicago Ill AN INSIDIOUS DANGER One of the worsLfeatures of Kidney troubleis that it is an insidi our disease and before the victim realiKes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities and pre vents Brights disease a d diabetes For sale by Chas C Davis I1rerenethe If II di txfrtitfrtfdtJt a p- z1CutiIc lrofuscljrillustnteUand SraVENslIneI IIrdescribh1 Iprints Pjiiit5iisoc ISMwpIo j vacrm JULMS janSapaL co vr 7080 CuoEFALLsMMs4SA vJFl APJ01N1NG COUNTIS A special from London says The old home mansion of the late Congressman Vincent Boreing n Main street has been selected as the site for the government build ing lODe erected The price paid was 7500 Gov Beckham granted a pardon to Writgh Young of Whitley coun ty an inmate of the State peuiten tiary serving a sentence of ten years upon a charge of manslaughter Young had served twenty seven montbs The pardon papers were take to Frankfort by Judge Thomas Z Morrow of Somerset They contained a letter from the Circuit Judge stating that he had expected during the trial that Young would not be convicted and after conviction bad intended giving him a new trial but overlooked the matter A peculiarly sad suicide was com mited at Preschersville five miles north of Crab Orchard Ollic Nail er aged thirty cut his throat four times with a razor ftoin which he died yesterday afternoon He was unmarried and was living with his aged parents at the time he commited the act His family is one of the oldest in Lincoln county Boyle County Herald THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEY TAR IW Ctovir IIswaaa Hoaey lee en EnD louis When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save much discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imitatione and be sure you get the original DeWitts Ha zel Salve Sold by Chas C D- avisa9a 1 THE 1Q07 World Almanac is richly weighted with informa tiou on almost every conceivable subject and is a marvelous reposi ory of facts figures and cyclope die knowledge well nigh indispens able lo every one who needs to re fer to recent historical political or general happenings Within its covers may be fount 10000 facts and figures embracing almost every subject of daily utter est It is the one book that tells you something about everything and everything about a great many things Over 600 pages strongly bound in an illuminated cover Nowon sale over the United States for 25 cents Mailed to any address for 35 Cents by the Press Publfsliing Corn pauy New York City HOWTO AVOID APPEND CITIS Most victims of appendicitis are hoe who are habitually constipated Or no Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and re- Stores the natural alionQf the bowels Qrino Laxative Fruit Syr up does not nauseate or gripe ands mildand pleasant to tike Refuse substituted Chas C Davis QUAIL EdrJ L Davis failed to fill his regular appointment at Prov idince Saturday and Sunday Ja lOt Elder was in Ottawa Tuesdry on legal husinessMis LixZC Stringer of Hrodhead wa the gue t ot hometolks Saturday until Mo- ndayE A Sharp of Brodheaa tits moved to the Sl1odgra s farm near this placcMr Alex Proctor ran he found smiling behind the counterat D E Pioctors store Wheat is looking tpleiidid in this section of the connty rD E Proctor is closing ot his stock of merchandise The snowfalliu the Nui thwest is heavier than ever before The Great Northern and other railroads are sruggling agaiust drifts twenty and thirty feet deep and trains are days behiud time Part of the Sco line has been abandoned and tht Canadian Pacific in Western Can ada has suspended operations The weather is severely cold rang ing anywhere from 38 to 55 below zero 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 CHASC CHAs DAVIS Am better prepared than ever to test and 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 sFecI frames look like new Repair gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRAN- KLINFoLEYIoNgrE Cures Colds Prevents Psnumonla ITHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For ell Coughs and assists in systembowels A certain rolls for croup anti Nwly all other cough cures ae- constipating especially those containing Opiates Ktnneds Laxative Tatinovesthe vOpiates The Red Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee is on OTery botUo KENNEDY LAXATIVE CONTAININGHONEY TAR rErAJtCD L DflWItT a CO CHIOAGO UL A Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTL E Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM NO iThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is oiie of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properlyjook after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acrcs in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FAR NO 5So acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell heap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a mot desirable farm Price J2 a bargain FARM NO r Thei 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 locate near the feai dences ofeorge nines and Ge orgfe Gooch Aboutla acres of this land is bot tomland and a good part of it is up farmingianthird cash the balance in one and two yearlh 4 It Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of uselessi coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sisty years A fA MadbyJ Ayer Ooi Low ll Mass IIAlso Etanulaoturera of p qers 11PILLS We havo no secrets We publish tho formulas of all our medicines Hasten recovery by keeping the Dowels regular with Ayers Pills SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THR NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleassd to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar fcr coughs 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 rind adults For sale by Chas G Davis- SVRAYEDCOme to my place on or about the 28th of Nov one black and white spotted male shoat weight about forty Ibs Owner can have same by proving it and pay ing expenses B CUMMINS IJ Level Hreen Ky If Its Neuralgiaand 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 others in your locality think of them MilesAntiPain findthemwithout any bad aftereffects I have suffered with neuralgia so that my system would just ache and quiver cantalerelieve me No one that suffers with neuralgia need fear to take them as foritmornIngwork all day MRS W H BURKETT Macon Ga Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will cjuarantee that Itfalls25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky 1todhead Marble Work BROHEADKY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence DBArBRrGiirrManager ff= ftwart1 Iron llfliull Fence Cheaper than wood WWwta1letlme II lIjbstAwdsWtlds Falri IL IIMPOIii 1CCINCINNATI O Om IN Jels ol FCK Aon aJe M Ie rICH ill iBKii Call LAND STOCK AND OttOF There will be tio cheap hogs this winter is now evident says the Breeders Gssett Every strnuous ef fort of which packers were capable has been resorted to hut the mar ket has inanwliik shown a relent less disposition 10 work higher ki lers have tried team work and single haaness play with the same re suIts This Week the movement has shown a Jisposion to exoand but the season has worked along to a point where everybody is clam t iing fr hog and big packers ate ro longer performing the price making function This weeks run was started by the market moving ub to a point where country buyers could pay or imagined they could six cents at Goading points They ried it but made no money tile margin being too narrow and on here ability to PlY six cents right along will depuds the movement Packers at centnl markets want hogs and have lately shown more disposition to go the route in market vernacular All system they have been able to invent to hold prices down have failed and it is now evident that they intend to recoup losses owing to their positions on the bear side early in the season b changing attitude and taking a long pull on the bear side Whether condition have been such that the feeder had no incentive to market hogs and packers still hold to the theory that the major portion of the crop is in rowers hand TAKEN UP A cow about three years old white streak on back and white face Has been at my place two or three weeks Owner can have same by paying for this notice J C GRAVES Hansford Ky Clear up the complexion cleanse the liver and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers Safe reliable little pills with a reputa tion The pills that everyone knows Recommended by Chas C Davis OA S caJ4Bears the J DISTURBED THE CONGREGATION The persou who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by con tinually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Folevs Honey and Tar For sale by Chas C Davis W ASOARSON- Painter e Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER UOOJl- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placingyou order All Work Guaranteed MYERSIM L S Work J residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at from NOON to TUES DAY NOON each C C MT KY In DentistMt FirstClass OFFICEAt BRODHEATJ MONDAY weekI Williams ATTORNEYATLAW VERNON OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeGLARY Undertaker fa Erribalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robes c Ordeis by Telephone attend ed prompter Stanford Ky KILL COUCH lAND CURE THE LUrCS- WltHDrKings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price BOOS100 Free Trial faurNt and Quickest Cure for all LworMON1AO and LUNG TBOXTB The Xind You Have Alwayz Bought and which has been in use for over 80 years has borne the signature of U and has been made under his persona supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trine with arid endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Whet is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Sootliiiig 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 Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE The KM In CASTORIAdo Bought i writes Mrs Jelemma Mullins Odessa W Va Because after suffering for several years with female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicines without obtaining relief I at last found in Wine of Gardui a golden medicine for all my ills and can recommend it above all others for female complaints Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache headache periodical pains irregular painful or unhealthy cata menial flow and all ailments from which sick women suffer A perfect tonic for delicate women A pureI vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject to the peculiar to their sex Has benefited over a million who used to suffer as you do At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER describing fully all your symptoms and we sena you Free Advice plain sealed envelope Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn of WINE OF ALWAYS complaints CARDUl w JONAS McKENZIE 1Iwq Notions CLOTHING I lWe carrry a full line of Clothing that willsuita sizes aid ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE IDYLWiLDT- HE BEST PLACE IN ROC CASTLE TO BUY Qrug Stationey Cigar Tobcco Paint Oi and Patent Medicines Diseases of CMTdren A Spec rfy SC DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STIIEET MT VERNON KY 3c3c ccc1 GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDER A ERI 1 I Brodhead Ky f COMPLETE LINE I Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph Robesiphone orders Filled l