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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1907 mou1907020101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "E3," LSd!?! imiimiljcZxZM iiiafe-'r- ,; L.,..J.tfLi'.j-.'- 'k., 4j , :J t .1 --- '' Published Every Friday VOLUME XX. Bltomii MT. VERNON, I mini Re t , imra! FEB. 1, Established 1887 it r ur i an ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY UECUND Cox Ic Willing To Run, But Ho -- 1907. NUMBEk lo, i - V I, 3 U5jQKfi& mmmmmmmiHmtnmnHwmtwfflfflfnmmmmmniK ft1 RED-CROS- lri.i.,l Kcr Chlldten c.ipcd lurns Pursje', Hut Man Ei Arc Fatal. Bradley at tne HcaJ. In Vanti yc$oz$3ci$3c$ m i mmmR . STYLE Gets the Busi SHIRTS t g n Best iu (he World for Up to-Da- Styles, I I 1 ' iiiidS I Patterns. Fit nmnship 50c, 75c, $ For I I H i ness. l QUALITY Keeps the Bus iness. Pcducah, Ky. Iu a rt.unkcn rnc Jeir Keoc, '.i f..::iK'i' IIiIiik near I' (liK.nl), p., "il Mm .J.i "do St hand igel 25 j.m i, 1. to a siate flio at liet nemo heic'i sis I o hor thice som all under S ycara of r. .laJtsa, l.uuws r.n jor thn opsn air tho children pursuing lilra. After bor owins a l.at nt a nalhb-- j Ing saloon eicjiud, li.nlns ltls tlm to bum :o death, T. e woxiii, w.io Is sep.i rated fiuii her husband, was lsltcU b eea, wlii'p Jier sUter. with whom tie live. , w.w nwav. Her rhlMrec tele In ii'.ear roor.i and, hearing uancl. nurpd In time to see Iteeci jiifIi their mrtVr Into the Ire. The vonun h rlotiili; ignited, an' "r'snily alio was enwiopod In flames rii'owlnfi IniMpl,' upon a bed Mi' Se'ihn.l loughi, In ain to ("mother th flaxen Sho wad horrlblv Inirned whet 1 a-- j Maysvlllc, Ky. Jenr tor V. II. Cox an Intervluu, utl.nltt.ei that lie would accept tho nomination for Hou tenant govo.nj or stato ii.iditor on the lepubllcnn tlcKtt next year. Ho has been me t'one.l Sa .lead t..e t'dtct, but no sayB lie towards U,aaiey at the most aMlaule man tho part rould put lotth lor tf.o suvornqrahlp. With Bradley, ho wyj, i'te republicans of Kentucky hnvo It wltnln theli power to win a decisive victory at Oi wSKpDCggDSC next election. Senator Co-- c further stated that Hon. A. E. V'IIboii, of LoulJvllle, or Judg; licit, f Piankfort, would make first, clan material for governor, and he would heartily support cither of them but piefeis Bradley ns flrat choice. II seems certain that Senator Cox will occupy a leading place nn tho ticket DOCTOR FOUGHT Clearanc Sale! OF Ladies and Ghifdrens flKhlMih ami Work- - 00 and $1.50 each We Are Showing a Big Line of Shirts in Coat Styles; also Silk,d?ongee, Mohair and Mercerized Maddias in all the plain and fancy weaves 'il kih IMWI H II. I x S I I I nent rbe va uble to mike befoi Tislnij loto iinconp loiisnesrf was tliAl fisexes pushed her Into the fire. ALL CA.VDIOATC3 -- nishel In. T.ie only statf For His Life With th Burning Girl, Who D id In Agony. Owensboro, Ky. Miss Ethel Brady, tho 1 - cat old daughter of Jamei Brady, of the Stnnley nelghborhool met death In n most horrible manne.' .The young woman was standing befo an open grnto when her dross caug..i Are and enveloped her In a moss ol flames She ran screamlns from tl.i 10 use. cloaks! We have a large stock of these Cloaks, jg 'Jt One Are Er-- 1 Fsr the Primary UED-CROS- S Uect'cn. SHIRTS Challenge them all t.oxln?ton, Kj. Tho ontr!a3 for th" t "ocirtlr pilmsry election to selci' oin'ti"S4 lor city o.Ticoi close J al' o rnnoitucpj cacd'dato prying ur ceptln Mat Tinker, In the ai30-r'- a rpr o. TIt" mayoralty race close Ith John Skain and J. TevU Wllkei Kor city a' "x sh tlie 'r,ll-;- e Mulr and Georgo C iiney orsan; c'tj dork, J. E. CaiaUy; clt: illcj rolm P Wasno-- , n R. linker ty n Ineti, P.. P, o"'K'ell, W. A .'o'm P Uoyle an cwmsT V U CmiipLoII; city tieasurcr, John oln, O. C. H'nna. WlllJrm rial-- , the present le.Ula-Iviopierntc" n, has no opposition. The prlm?ry Is set for February 7. PUPILS i 1 e Df. Dawson, who was passing tL. ''ouse at tho time, rushed to her rescue The frightened girl throw her arr.i' alout him, and It was necessary for tl lector to use force before she release her hold on him. Ho throw hei In the mud and rol.V her oer several times in an effoit t sxtlngulsh the flames. In the tusr" vlth the girl the doctor's leg w pralned and he was severely burnc.'. The girl died In agony In a few houis DYNAMITE CARTRIDGE which we will sell at a greatly reduced price f as we do not want to carry them over next season and in order to dispose of them to make room for other goods we will sell them for cost and lss See Our Line of Fine Umbrellas.. Vca Found In Path LeaJInjj To Judc: 3 CRACKER JACKS I W. L: DOUGLAS Are Driven From School By the High Water The Ohio Stationary. Owcnshoro, Ky. After reaching; th highest mark since 1S84 the Ohio rivet came to a stand here. The water wat washing over the curbing on Proni street and untold damage would hav resulted had It risen a few Inches higher. The wafer ln the dressing loom at the Orand theater, which Is on Kiont sttcet. wa3 3C Inche3 deop. Watei also has rlhen to the dopth of 26 Inches In the Weal or n colored hlch school nil dhonhisrtliron siiMnnniltf.fi. cellars abouttown were flooded. Preparing To Build. Barboursvllle, Ky. Tho Louisville & Nashville svstcm is preparing to establish supply houses here preliminary to building tho Pino Mountain rail road, a line, which will be built from the Cumberland Valley to tht Knoxvllle division." Surveys were made last year. The line was designed primarily as a cut-of- f for facilitat ing the handling of coal, but val'iable coal fields will be tapped by the extension. Yourg's Courtroom. Shoes, tench he has IncuneJ tho liatrel i the lawless element, many have been convicted before him. 'Ti Indln? of the dynamite in the pai'v the jadgo follows every day of coirJT looks pi If an effort was madetoT. Jure him orto'frlghTeTTfhb'glalrdT'uTit ho Mt. Sterling, Ky. A sensation here whan a new dynami rartrld.se was found on the frpnt ste leading lo the courthouse, within Vw leot cf tl'o srand jury root hoi th Jury was In session. Since Julge Young has been on t! CALICOES. Now is the time to buy your Calicoes';' ii&t ' XrSH2r&&rr -W M': V'5 cent Calicoes at 4 cent. vnv.'.v Calicoes at 5 - cents.' - V.v?6'J 4.cent fc- - ' f Hriif ' V-- " And STETSON Hats, Relig-ion-Gooj- d I y ft NEW TEMPLE Dedicated By Shrlners Before Many Vfsltors- - Lexington News. -- F. Like Old-Ti- me KRUEGERfea T.OL-33S 3&c&: LlUL.- - -- & A enough for me, good enough for you, good enough for anybody. lOO cents worth of value for ev ery dollar you invest in these goods. The Success of U. C. Baker !Ui is d.ue neither to luck or fortune, but to a keen knowledge ol the peoples' requirements. Rest assured we are putting our best foot forward and will continue to show the largest stock in and most all lines that can be found in Eastern Kentucky. We do not quote prices here, because it is weH known that p: when U. G. Baker makes a price it's right.' ; up-to-da- te , v SpeciaF Gfass fMs Week. , WeT-oaFe- ' jy aiaiaiamiaiiiuaaiaiaiiii aiiuiiiuiaiaiiiiaiuiiiaiiiii Lexlngjon, Ky. Mystic hrfner to fhq number of about sOO Initiated a' lanjo class Into the order here, the exercises being held at the Woodlawn Park auditorium. The new lodgeroom MA RET BURG. BURR. was dedicated with a rocoptlon and BEE LICK. dance. The visitors, were mostly from Covington, Mrs Hellen Griffin is verv sick Burr pn.st'olfire has two mails a I.oul3vllle, but Newport, W. E Tayl r will erect a new Pails, Danville, Bowling Green. RichThayer Still at It. Walter Hunt U able to be out af- dny, morning mill brings the north xlnstok Ky. J. H. Thayer, the mond and Winchester and other towns ter a spell of typhoid lever. Mr. ai'd south mail coming via of Mt. residence in the near future. G. noted Lexington trainer of trottln3 were also well represented. Hartz remains about the same. Vernon and the afternoon mail con W Parsons is still suffering with horses,. says he has not given up hli Mining For Lead. his leg, which has given him so barn at the trotting track here, but Escondlda. Ky. The Kentucky Mi- Bro. Karr, of Keavy, Ky., is ex- nects with the north and south will continue In possession of It. Mr much trouble for past few years. Thayer oxpects to do some training at ning and Development Co., of which pected at the church here Saturday mail on the K. C. Lewis Fritz, of CoWngton, Is president, night Sunday and Sunday night. J. M. Reyoolds bought a fine milch Memphis this spring, and Thornton Burr is near Sparks Quarr where Moore, Who recently purchased the hnd which Is developing a lead mine Sunday School is a little slow, anybody can get work. New ina cow for $32.50. W. T. Taylor uoar Mlllersburg, has securod the good, horse Judge Parker of W. and mineral rights on the Huff- owing to some sickness and bud clunery being placed and other was at Mt. Vernon Monday on busSpoars, ,wlll have his horses In Thayman, Barnes, Grimes, Clark, Purdy and weather' Mr. Douglas Brown, of improvements being bought of er's barn at the local track. made and iness. David Ad( other adjacent farms,- - covering about Junction, visited his fa- from the present outlook, there Jonathan Brown a milch cow for Lebanon May Use Oil. 1,000 acres. The company Is lncorpo-lateGeorgetown, Ky. The mission of T. ther and mother this week. Mr. will be lots of work here soon with $25. Ernie Herrin and sister, for 100.00. W, Allan and Linden Bates, Jr., of Miss Georgia, are attending the Walter Hunt, wile and little son, good, wages. Af er Thlrtv-SIYears. New York, consulting engineers, has Estes school ntar Clarence. G. Louisville, Ky. T. L. and A. E. Mott-le- Louis, spent last week in Gum New and fresh goods coming in been a testing of the relative valuo of who were lnJurei;3C years ago In Sulphur. Roscoe Griffin, who has every day at tOwens' store where B. Sutton is .starting up a new the oil at tho Indian refining plant hero to that of coal. The test appears nn accident on the L. & N. railroad, employment in Jellico, Tenn , vis- you can find anything you want. store at this place. Morris Taylor to have been satisfactory, and If so, and who compromised by accepting and Elbert Elder were in these It will be recommended to supplant free annual transportation for life, ited bomefolds from Tuesday until Bought ,do dozen eggs last week, filed suit to recover $10,000 from tho Monday, coal on several large lines of railroad He was accompanied by and at any old time you can see parts a few days since looking afThey base their claim on ter important business matters. and water transportation In the east. company. the Hepburn bill, which prevents tho his nephew, Alf Griffin. Miss Liz some one going or coming to OwWants Tobacco. zie Scroggins is visiting at her sis ens' store with bundles and baskets ?' Issuance of freo transportation. Lexington, Ky. ry. T. Dunnlngton A POOR ORGAN. XtTn Mesdames Chandler and Dodd full. (Good sign for business ) Ask S150.CC0 Damages. of Farmvllle, Va., the largest exportei Seigent. Ky. J. B McSIm nnd W. Robert Owens, Jr., Salem, Ind., Dam(s) the bile. That's what Every day we sell something for of tobacco Jn tWs country, Is In th city looking over tobacco and has ex H. KTiourno ara at Whltcsburg tak- visited his uncle, George Owens, horses and cattle. Money back it your liver does if it torpids Then bile overflows iuto the blood-poi- sons pressed his Intention of leaving larg ing depositions In tho bin rtamaso suit last week. rMiss Grace McCall en not satisfied. Have medicine for the orders with tobacco houses here foi sn'nst tho Continental Koalty Co., a your system, causes tered Brown Memorial School fistula, swinney, sprains, sore their best burley tobacco for shipment "'altlmore corporation whom billiousness, sallow skin " Kllbou-n- " are stijn(j for IIRO.O'KI. Monday, making the fourth young shoulders and back, all kinds to' England, Italy, Germany, Austria of coated tonge, sick stomacbe, dizzito a failure to 'take and'piy for Holland, France and even Africa tin' pink- ness, fainting spells, - dark rings on ono oak treo3, according to alleged lad) student from Maretburg, Miss cuts and bruises, distemper, Asia. jontract. Ha Carson. Miss Jalia Reynolds, eye, corns in foot, hoof cracks. about the eyes, etc., Flood Damage Placed at $290,000. Miss Allie Houk already in attend Have a cough rjaud cold cure and Ramon's treatment of Liver Pills sad In Ted. Found Ky. President G. W, Augusta, Hopktnsv'lle, Kv Ross K I'Utn, ante Miss Mollie Carter is visit- all other diseases that belong to and Tonic Pellets strengthens the of the C. ft O.. estimates the liver makes it do its own work. business ing at flood damage to this, the Cincinnati 'iced "5 ' p'rs, a J. J. McCall's Logan Mc horses, cattle, hogs. ect. All this Prevents and cures these troubles. nd clu'i m?ni commlttc-sulcldp at He has given division, at $250,000. to Hazel Patch Sunday to medicine sold on a cash guarantee Aids doesent force. Entire treat1500 to flood sufferers here. Electric 'he Ho'el Lathsm. Mn was found dead call went light and telephone service can not 'n bed vlth n billet In his brain nnd visit his father and sister. Messrs by myself. Don't hae to ment 25 cents. Sold bv all drug. be resumed for several days as the ' revolve- - In hM hind. He waa de- Metcalf and Dodd went to Knox-vill- e write to the company for pay. Rtst. poles of both were destroyed by float- spondent, owln? to continued 'ill Monday and Tuesday, While One trial trip to Owens' High 'icalth. ing logs. , Harry Thaw, on trial for murder there they will buy their spring r V stock of goods. W. W. Taylor, of Price Store will convince you that at New Xork. spent an uneasy day Jef'cra Ar.to'nted. Supplies Exhausted. Frankfort, Ky. Circuit Judge It. L. Somerset, is here in the interest of it is the place to come to get any in Louisville, Ky. Nearly all rallroadt his cell Monday. He refused to thing you want. Glad to see you, are running 'on schedule time. Th 'Itout has anpolnt,ed Walter Jeffers the stave business. reply to a note sent him by reportyou right. will treat city authorities havo distributed 10.00C master commUs'.oner for this county, ers asking how he was. bushels of coal. The supply Is ex 'o succeed Horace Posey, who has held Yours truly, hausted, and, as" a consequence, many ''he oftlce for the past 12 or 15 yoars, Wk Guaranttkb Satisfaction. W. M. OWENS. flood ' vlctlmi The place Is supposed to average about of the pover'ty-strlckoNothing will relieve indigestion J. A. Bognen of the National . $3,000 a ear In feea. on the "Polnt"are suffering keenly. Sign Co., Daton, O , writes under that is not a thorough digestant. Houses Floated From Foundations, natoofOct. 12 1906: "Nosea is CARARRiiand Catarrhal Head-ache- s Kodol digests what you ett and alBabe turned To Death.- , Owensboro, Ky. The water standi the only preparation I have ever lows the stomach to rest recuperBarboursvllle. Ky "The ate grow strong again. Kodol la 2 daughter of Hlenry Fugate was burned! within a foot of the mark of 18B4, used that relieves my affection so quickly relieved by Nosena. It to death. The child's clothing Ignited Eleven house In the Indiana bottoms, speedily and pleasantly. a solution of digestive acids and as I am get- ate from an open grate. Her father waj opposite Owensboro, have been floated ting the first' real pleasure out of soothes the congested" membranes. possible approximates the allays information and thoroughly Acrlously burned In an effort tc from their foundations. A double log ,7 , diets' nuse, 100 years ol 1. was among thorn. breathing that I have experienced heals and cleanses. It keeps moist " JU VW l,,al. ",S 1UUI1U IQ the smother tho flames. since I contratcted catarrh six all the passages whose tendency is stomach. Kodol takes the work Sp rial Announcement Regarding years ago. Money would not buy to thicken and beoome dry. Cures of digestion off the digestive organs HUNTING FOR TROUBLE. The National Pure Food and my tube of Nosena if I could not col'ds, throat troubles, hoarsness, and while performiug the work does greatly get another. Buy Nosena from hay fever, Drug Law. "stopped up" nou', iteli to a thoroughassist the stotn-ach- e 'Jl've lived in California 20 years rest. In addiWe are pleased to announce that jour druggist and get your money breathing through mouth while and am still hunting for tronble, in tion the ingredients of Kodol are back if not satisfied. Sample tube sleeping, offensive the way of burns, sores, wounds, Fohv's Hoi ey and Tar for couchs. breath, etc. It such as to make it a corrective of boils, cuts, sprains or a case of colds and lung troubles is not affect andbooklet bv mail eo cents. is antiseptic and contains uo chemBkowN Manufacturing Co,, icals tho highest efficiency and by its pijes that Buclen's Arnica Sa've ed by the National Pure Food and or drugs having a narcotic ef- action the otomach is n stored wntj quickly cure," writes Charles Drug law ts it contains no opiates St. Louis, Mo., & Green ville, Tenn fect, or that can cause the "drug its normal activity and power. to 'Walters, of Alleghany. Sierra coun or other harmful druggp, and we Habit." sold by all druggist. is raantifactared in strict eon. ty. No use hunting, Mr. Walters; recommend it as a ife t The Kind Yen Hm Alwirt BwfH formity with the National Pure remely for Bunts t cures every case. Guaranteed children uud Food and Drug Law. Sold by tdulu Chas. C. Da- IfSltUt j by all druggist 25. vis. Chas C. Davis, leading druggist www rnwm rwwiiii a$txj9cc:xx 'x&P&x&x 1 t; d jOli MV x sick-headac- m "-i- ns worn-outloo- Ste-yen- -- n -- - " o ,TOHZA. Ko-Kod- ol V c&&m&, IDimnoiOTlAR fv "fi MT VERNON SIGNAL Feb I, 1907. -- ' r 'W"-'cut-rie- MaatfktttrfalMai d PPWAY, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known application MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PIIESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For United Beckham. States S. Senator J. V. I lager. C. W. For Attorney General John K. Hendricks. For State Superintendent ot Schools M. O. Winfrey. For Commissioner W. Newman. ble. of Agriculture J, lor Goernor For Lieutenant Goernor South Trim- Vr Auditor H. M. Bosworth. Vrec-Hu- For Secretary of State Hubert For Treasurer Ruby Lafuou. For Clerk Court of Appeals-rjo- hn Cheuault. B. The House Judiciary Committee has favorably reported the bill prohibiting the shipment of whiskey from one State into local option territories in another State. By till means it should become a law. The law passed at the last session of the Kentucky Legislature, prohibiting the shipment of whisky from one county into local option county, is as it stands to day a dead j letter, the home manufacturer prohibited lrom shipping his own product, yet his competitor just across the line in another state can ship all he can sell (which is a plenty) and the fellow at the other end of'tlie line, can go and get his iujr, get drunk and raise cafu in general, and we call it local option. .About the only difference we can acc now ana oae year atio. the be-i"- cinnati and other out of the State points. Here is'hoping that the temperance move on in Kentucky will reach the National Capitol and a winning gale through , blow ttii halls ofthe National Congress and the bill unanimously passed, however the chances we regret to ay, are very much against it. Savs the Somerset Journal: a pleasant task which we feel, now and then, in our serene newspaper life, a Democratic duty to bruise the serpent's head and leave the victim to squirm and writhe and hiss and bite itselt while s filling the air around with exhalation." We know of no one to whom the above could be more appropriately applied than the editor of The Somerset Journal. But since he got his little job, which as he would say: "those who ought to know tell us," is the first job he ever had, he has had a considerable job fulfilling the requirements of his JOB necessary to hold on to his J Oil. "Il'ii rather HON FONT AINU FOX BOB as his money is much easier to the store than our egvjs, BITT WRITES OF THK D. E Pro" ducks mid chickens AGO. LONG tor, our Qunil ineichnnf, is eliding Grab Orchard, Ky Jan. 20, '07, his entire stock of merchandise out Mr. Vernon Signal:- Int cost. Which will I call biothei I saw in a former issue of the teacher or the farmer? Aftei the Signal that my old boyhood reiinng from a six months term o companion, Walker McQueary, is school I went out on the firm the at Mt. Vernon. I should be pleasolhr dav and put on the barnes, ed to see him. His father and which consisted of n pair of bibbeo mine were neighbors, democrats overalls, a pair of Buckskin gloves and friends. Both in their time a mattock, briar scythe and chopwere candidates for the LegUlature. ping axe; and sir, the first thing I When my father ran against Berry knew I had them all kicked off but Smith he came in three votes of tha overalls, and the next' thing I being elected, perhaps before I was did was to put the same hatness bora I should remember it as my on Newt. Denuey and Gaines Cummemory runs back almost to the mins and they seemed to fit ah time of my birth. I have been at right, and if my pocketbook Jdidu't many a party with Walk at Maj. hate swinney I wojld nvork CumW. N. Owens', Judge Barnett's mins and Denny instead of myself. and Kersiah Farris'. The seven Our winter plowing in this neighsuccessful sons of Dall, W. F. Evborhood is like the man's house ans, George W. Eans, Joseph, that had no roof on it; when it James and Harve McAlester, G rained he could not cover ii; and W. James, and Joseph Mc. James, when it didn't rain the house were raised in sight of us Walker didn't need any roof. When the McQueary s fartheri William Mc weathor is fine we don't plow; and Qucary was in finefix. Our fath- when it rains and snows we can't er's! wealth consisted of nefctocs plow. Mr John M. Hurst who worth thousands jof dollars and has been sick for quite awhile we yet not worth a cent. nn Bobbitt are Rlad to say is on the road to and I bad to work ourselves to recovery. It is itimored tint M. death to feed our "negroes. A ne F. Craig and Josiah Cummins will gro in Kentucky was no account. trade their farms to Mr. Green We had Hannah, Rose Ann, GilSowder of Indiana, to his grapho-phoubert, (my nurse) Joe, Nance Ann, Hurrah for Mack Fount Esther, Green, Charles, Cyrenus. and Josiah Lum, Chloe, worth about $15,000. lam glad they are free, they are LOGS ABOUT READY free and so am I. I have never done a bard days woik since they First Shipment to Jamestown of were freed and they never did one Material for Kentucky Buildbefore. Walker and 1 parted many ing Soon to he Made years agofaliing and weeping upon each others shoulders. I have often Before the middle of February thought of him, bis brothers and it is expected that all logs and timglorious old Dallas. But now all ber to be ustd in the construction is desolate alon the shore 'T'is of the Fort at Boonesboro. KenDallas but living Dallas no more tucky's State Building at the James I should like so much to take a town Exposition, will have been slow walk to Dallas with my dear shipped. The building will be old schoolmate. I could tell him completed in ample time for the many things that took place in our opening of the Exposition on April boyhood days. I remember the 26. Shipment will be made from names of all the near by dogs: various points in Kentucky over Pen Adkins, Tyler Sears, Polk the C. & 0. railway, and nine or Bobbitt, Sound, Drum and Tip ten cars will be needed to transport Taylor. the material. I can repeat a great many pieces Two carloads of logs will be shipand committed away ped from Christian county and one back The old blue- - or mote cars each from Warren, ook, which Judge McLean, Breathitt. Grayson, Wolfe rown, mselfnd Pike, lohuson and Powell counties s many otuels, and ..is the In addition to the logs, rough hand best book of its size that was ever made shingles or clapboards, for printed. Give us our primeval the cabin roofs and strips for the forests, our wild hogs in the woods stockade will be sent from this State at $.20 per hundred. Give us ohl Mr. Chas. E. Hodge, of Frankfort, Time give us back old times, old. is Director of the State Building friends and old kinfolks, and bappi Construction, on the Kentucky ness. Jamestown Exposition Commission Well, dear Walk, I hope I shall He has arranged with a contractor have the pleasure of spending at Newport News who is familiar many happy days with you before with the construction of rustic you return to your Western home tiungalows and siml.ar buildings to Fontaine Fox Bodbitt erect the modern part of Boones-borJ $ $&X&3CJ& verythin New! FROM START TO FINISH. New Man in Town New Building J New Good New Electric Lights ''New Fixtures New Life in Johnson. Our new store is now open and we extend a cordial invitation to a!ll to call and see us in our new quarters, examine our lineand get our prices. Our "motto" is now, always has been and always will be Besf Goods for fhe Leasf Money' 7 m tfSto. s - e. . LL 4 G. T. Johnson, i Opposite Court House. x3c&xm 11 Lli &:cx3qj u speedX atBL lly-Jwa- A r-O- COMPLETE LINE. & ! Kill OUTTHE'OLD. ' n'TOV.and COMPLETE Lino of 'GENERAL itemenibW tlnit We Have the MERCHANDISE Best at the LOWEST Prices. I lltTHf That is what wo aro dong contiunll with 6ur complete lino of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, SHOES, ETC., and and keep everything Ate are offering some special Bargains in WINTER GOODS Call and sea them. Wo can please you both in qality and price. Those who have not settled their old accounts should not come oxpecting credit Wo have to pay the wholsale people's bills promptly. Pleaao remember this. We carry a full lino of GENERL MERH ANDISE that is hurd to beat. But como and sea for yousself. We shall be pleased to show you Come, we extend you a hearty welcome. V A FULLLINE and Queenswaare, Groceries ' Of Clothing, Boots and Shoes Hardware and Dry o. The Fort will be patterned after the original structure erected b The second hog crop is now be- Dauid Boone, within present ing butchered during the cold bounds of Madison county. It weather that has lately been swept will be 150 feet long and 75 feet down from the artic regions of the wide, facing on the beach of Hamp North; as many farmers had held ton Roeds. The main entrance to a part or all of their hogs till the the stockade will be but a few LAND. STOCK AND VMOV warm weather set in and was then paces from the ocean waters. Four afraid to kill them. The wheat block houses or cabins will mark I A Bowman bought 68 good crop which is the principal crop of the four corners of the stockade, hogs in Jackson county at about this section was looking extremely each of these cabins being two 6 I'euts. well till the cold snap came which stories high. Tho center cabins Large crowds attended the sn'e has checked its growth, and nnde connected by a piazzi. and each of W. G. Proctor Monday, Tuesa great change in its color, we ate The editor of the Louisiaua, Mo. much distressrd for fear of a failure; twenty feet square, Will furnish the day and Wednesday, and everywas asked by the as biscuit is the staff of life. But main pavillion lor the Fort. Two thing sold fairly well. Horses. $60 other cabins will be located near to $90; milch cows, $20 to $32; Roosevelt Third Term League his as Jothan Brown once said when the center of the rear stockade. corn S3 25 per barrel. Stock of opinion regarding the movement. he was quite a small boy, we may As has been previously reported, goods sold reasonably well. H Here's his answer. A nation that be glad to get corn bread. Quite a survived the death of George number of the boys lrom this neigh- the site of Kentucky's Buidiug is C. Jones was puctioneer. dechred by Exposition officials and Washington and the assassination Edwards bought borhood went to Mt Vernon Fri others to be the handsomest at this ' A. L DMuellan fifty shoats 90 of Abraham Lincoln and refused of James day to sell their farms to theJSuper a third term to U. S. Grant can visors, but returned and reported World's Fair. The builcing'will to'f20 lbs. at 5cents and of John be on the edge of a beautiful pine Howard. get. along without Theodore Roose- no sales made. Quite a Jr., twenty 140 lb. sboats large grove ot 500 trees, some of the at 5 cents velt. Them's our comment, Scoberth & Edward crowd attended the public sale at irees growing from within the bougt seventeen 200 lb. hogs from W. G. Proctor's Mouda; every stockade. A flagstaff ' THE salaries of the 75 to 100 Cmtcher iros . at 6 cent s, also Congressmen have been increased thing that sold brought u fail feet In nh will be raised in front of eleven hefito 1000 Jb. fat heifer from fa.ooo to $7,500 per ye ir. If price. The most noted being 71 the miiiu cabins. and steers at 3 to 4 cents.; ftom v W Congressmen were paid ace 01 cling cents a head for geese pair1 In bddition to furnishing the A. L. & B Edwards, three 1.100 After the bargain Blue Grass Slate with the most lb. heifers at zV cents. Versailles to what they do, there are some who H Mullius would run mighty short on their was made a gentleman pioposed unique home on the Exposition Sun to trade nis tarm to Minims geese eruuuds, the Fort of Boonesboro board bills. and Wade replied that he was not will be a splendid exhibit of KenI POLITICS AND rOMTICUNS in the real estate business at pres- tucky forestry. Col. M H Crump For' Infants and Children. ent that he was in the goose busi- of Bowllug Green, Director of ForSenator Blaokburn who is to be ness -- The four mouths old bain ol estry Exhibits fur the Kentucky Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Riiccedfd soon by Judge Paynter, W J. Brown was found dead in the Commission, has devoted much and Senator McCreary who is to bed when its parents woke up last time and attention to assisting Tlktnaturo of C&fflU&A4U , Friday morning. be succeeded by Governor Commissioner Hodge in securing A. Cummins, of Mt Vernon, voted against the proposition the logs for the building. Appro Folev's Honey and Tar cures the to increase the salaries of Con- visited his son, I. B. Cummins, of expells priate inscriptions, will be made most obstinate coughs-anfrom gressmen and Senators this place, Friday until Sunday. ofthe names of Dersons and firms Tom tne system as 11 in uuiuiy . to $7,500; nevertheless the Frank Catron, of near Stanford, furnishing the 'ogsand of the coun- - ative. It is guaranteed. The genincrease bill providing for the in the yellow package, pased, but Pavnter and Beckham was in this part Saturday looking ties in which the timber was grown uine is Davis, druggist. no obligation totheir after live stock of differeut kinds, Kentucky Building will be a dis- Ohas. C. will be under in mediate predecessors when they offering fair prices. Isaac Herrin, tance of about three or four blocks Ambassador Reid has recovered draw the .additional $2 500 a year our clever huxter, makes jits regu- from the main court of the Exposi from the cold which developed into Winchester Dem icrat. lar trips through our neighbor- tion grounds. influenzn and confined his to his hood every Saturday paying the cabin for two days during the oy TV. I.J V.,l U... ll... DuuM m vm itm nw iumjj v highest prices for our uroduce. lltuitk age from New York to London. UUm Kldasyt ao4 BUrfdtr RlgU Isaac has been a great help to us veno-jnou- GRIFFINS MILL. Goods. W. H. RICH, Kentucky. A week's treatment for iheuma- tism and bladder troubles for 25 cent.s. That is what you get in a small box of De Witt's Kidney and Nothing else so Bladder rills. good for all troubles caused by im pure blood. Sold by Cnas. C. leading druggist. Andrews A. C. HI ATT, HIATT, KENTUCKY. A YOUR BANKING No matter how small, no mattter how large, w Da-v- is Press-Journ- anB. It is understood that the appointment of Prof. William Bullock Clarke, of the Johns Hopkins University, to the directorship of the United States Geological Survey qas been practically decided upon Wh Piles of people have piles suffer from piles when you can use DeWitt's Carbohzed Witch Hazel Salve and get relief. Nothing else Beware of imitations. so good. See that the name is stamped on each box Sold by Chas. C. Da is leading druggist. THE BANK of MT. VRNON (.INCORPORATED.) m S,'' mm V&Zfc m give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and the women alike. Remember wo pay 8 per cent, interest on all deposits of will $100 or more, when left with the barlk and not checked upon for a period of six months or more. L' sir officers: 0. 0 Williams, Pres. J. T. Adams. Vico-Pros. W L A. B. over-worke- d Richards, Cashier. Furnish, Asst. Cash yinininfnmmmwnwininwminmniimimiHmnimmg PHOTOS, m Qj Willis. Griffin PRACTICAL J E CASTOR A luf are VVto NKT now prepared S UNDERTAKER, AND do the best Jam.J WOIK. First-class- , All strictly WOl'KQ and 9 FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Mt. Vernon, Kv. rn 3 2 3 -- m Beck-bam- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Kelly & Burtan, Stpck Complete Can lurnish on short no 2 'ntfliria nrwl flnclrt ftifri1i und nuvu -" ,U6fc3 cuw",u Sdone. Fine Hearse attached, C3 f "- ". lniri-ilmin- r tt $5,-00- 0 d codIci Bank. S Mt. Vernon. Ky. jg ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled. Phone No. 63. 3 iiiaitiiitiuiiaiauiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiii. "; ft -- OA0VOAXA &ms&, Tk Laxative Bromo Quinine TaM. Tfafc ifeuftwe, ScvmI To Cure Cold in One Day; aMfaMatl3 hTwePaya. QmCria :&&f&r V OAtvtry cn.39 I J.. I fi :y M H J ft KT jrr" ? K- C fr. -- Vi 1 ; J A MgsiJs. of Laurel county, was here this e.k trying toorganize a lodge of I. O. O, F. We have 1907 not learned what suecess he had. mIvrnok signal Mt :rnoV. Ky. Febil, wlian ' IrrnCnU yytVU otwnnltoCimmunl. with SIGNAL, No. 79" H 0. C. Miller, who opperatcd a handle mill neu: Level Green last year, is installing one near Dock Norton's. The machinery arrived here Wednesday. Mrs Ida Rose, who used to be Miss Ida Meadows, died last week V.';r f"i frv l "jS Hi '4 ss, V.. .3 ",. ?7 i "1 .1. fav ! Ui . ,1., tt a UltVllC & NAaRVILLC R n.ao. tWMB TABLE. 22 nol 111. ; 1.34 p m Rev. A G doker has just closed 3:40 a m htC-23 soil 1:24 p lv a two weeks meeting at Flat Lick .tfRKL. . 21 Soil 12:20 a rn church with 18 additious. It was It 'Landrtjm, Agent. a most successful meeting. Rev. Colter was unanimously call as pastor. not! All the ladies, of the town, who It Vetnon. Kt. I'ostofflcr F.ntHdl mall piatttr. are interested in the formation of a Social Club are requested to meet with Mrs. C. C. Williams, at her .lyBHHONA.L 24 noil ...... at her sister, t at Preachersville. Her remains wers brought to Pine Hill for interment. hi & w because every article is fo Buy CTofhingr Economioaffy. TMs is It is the best place, not only because of the low prices, but the-Plac- e Mrs, friends Ceci il J.fjE, Woodall Urgthis week. residence Saturday evening Fel visited 2nd. at 7:30. . in The rcoplwiiBinlc' business ltcrndonfeof.,, Kirksville. is learning the Mrs Frep'Krueger, Jr . who has been quite sici?for some time, is lightly bAter IJ BuHockcame in from Berea Monday willy "bis son, who has beeu vcry rwgr, H H. Hultye.on was over from Kirksville Sunday visiting his sia ter. Mm. MdfrTfSaHn. sufficiently re covered to resume his work on the U A DavM' 1)39 pt L. & N. asi&rakeman. Alex Fortune, of Berea is here The sad news announcing the visiting thefmtnilies of his cousins, death, last Sunday week, of Oliver Dr. S. C. audlW. A. B Davis Wallen at Sonora, Tex., was re W. T. HodkTwill move lto Bertha reived here a few days ago. It will Knox countynwbere he takes n be remembered that he went west position wttliethe North Jellico about two years ago on account of Coal Co. his health and it was hoped by his Mrs. Payneihd daughter, Miss many friends that the charge route' Susie, of Lebanon Junction, are prove very beneficial to hira His visiting the fa UyofR.B. Hatcher brother, Jesse and two sisters were with him when the end came. at Level Qree V. T TaVl6r. a eood. substan Great Bargain: For sale 198 tul citizen offtke Bee Ltck section, acres land on waters of Roundstone was tn town "Saturday and paid cieek, near slate tunnel. No imonly such tins oiuceju catr. and provements Mullius& MjjjUius is .the- style tff limber, asinecessary to supply the : - While Mr. B. F. Sutton was at his dinner Wednesday some one entered the store of C. D. Sutton & Uro. at Level Green, and took about $12,00 from the cash drawer. As soon as the loss was discovered a posse started in persuit of th thief. To every subscriber, whether olr or new, who, during the mouth ot February pays his subscription one vear in advance, will be given fret one year.s subscription, to either the American Fnrmer, published at Indianapolis or Ooodalls rur iner published at Chicago. 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 v.. I lir "SHTKI.n" r , 1. STAND THE TEST. This is Our Guarantee No Matter what You Buy. TIE UP WITH US. IT WILL PAY YOU- - Pi iris i H41 lijf ! j toc&aW-iisptr.;ther land. .40 tiftr'rlrnfiiSKrge"or.tl!e;1cel!ar having purchartj the interest ot acres ridge land and level. Would e make an ideal stock farm. $297 Jack Burk in tWt establishment. Otto HatcherA who fell from a or $1.50 per acre takes the bound ad box car at Liyltgston about two ary. For further infprmation considerably dress R. L. McFerron, Mt. Vernon. weeks ago an'dftoas again. Ky.. or this office. bruised up, is aWi to 1. N. Gruytyel, the lumber man, Wins Suit. 4ty. C. C. Wil Hansford'mOHifrt and Hams wins out before the Court ot hustler, wasfngLondou Monday Appeals in a . case 'appealed from looking after scJk important busi the Rockcastle Circuit Court, of ness matters. $lfV Reubin Hurley vs T. M. Edmiston A. B. Furnfs .went to Louis. and J H. Mullins in which the take the two lands of the defendants were order ville Tuesday1 W; .,..,-.- r youngest childr 01 inc mic n. w , ed sold by the Master Commis Clark and ntao lem in the Or- - sioner to satisfy the claim of tht The higher court in re plaintiff. phans Home. " ' that tin R H. Hamri. the Brodhead versing the case directed county's petition be dismissed. merchant, one most successful business men, was A report received here vesterdaj here Wednesdawopkiug alter some raoruingsays, that Jeff Dowell and portant businessWatters. his younger brother Roben Dowell Mr. L.R. Huhhes has rented a ot the county encottage en JEastJ.Main Street be- of the West side longing to Mr. J.lA Allen, and ht gaged in an encounter late Wed and Mrs. Hughtwill move to it nesday afternoon several shots be about Feb. t. ' Interior Journal. ing exchanged. JinfVThompson Harry ChastelT.was in to see us son of Hiram ThonpSpn and a Tuesday and tqtij that )ie would trrmidsnti of Houslev Cable, wa Imvp the 20th ol next month for troubles arost Loveland, Colo:1! he likes he close by when the h future home, and when the parties began shoot will make that otherwise he witoeturn to old ing, he stepped between tnetn in f Rockcastle. an effort to top the trouble and Mrs. Fred Hat j? who has about the re.sult is has probably lost hi recovered from th iserious opera life. A bullst entered lit!- - abdotn- -i tiom she uaderw,e jjnur weeks ago out just above the le!i is very lofty in hi rPprajse of Drs and came According to the eport. the who hip A. G. Lovell and; jf h Brown ration and of chances el recovery, are very much performed the Mrs. 'Patsy Brownlwho so success against him. Neither of the Dowfully nursed her tOjURn the trying els were injured bfc-otf- I WORST IN YEARS. Noted Forecaster Claims February Will Break- Record for Bad - VI I bt I 'IS55; fAt f LIVINGSTON nwerein,. Mt. Vernon d x-- Jor-.tbe' K'ege. llianiH will fill Rev. William church th" pulpit at Sunday morning ajidfcvening. For Sale: Otje' 20 horse power boiler and englni,,madc by Randall Machine Co .goddi saw mill, edger, grist mill jiijd;iooooo leet of ,eet ,0KSed timber about yard arid 'about 5000P and onnhe feet cut in tLevwobc(s. Located 3 miles from ra,ilroadv I For futther .. jnfotaiatton call, on r If. At' or address. ClJliUftUJii ihei-JBaptist 7A , u-.y- .j indebted to Our Lasjv'C .persons H Wood in ace & Wood arerw; W. settle sameJjra cash or note. IfaY cas1 best. Wewant to c business oftbis firm ply with All failing to. eh 1907 this reauest bv th i.S will find their accqttttihe hands of an officer for rtjllfction ,. We have tried to treat" jifl'it.r'g"1- so please do,us likewiseas s-- . and H. tty. Hayes call ana efth.er,by II, suit us out the must do - Kespeciv -- '3- W H. H ' .,; 00 D. $s w Wes. .1: Brack Overstreet is in town visit ing his sister. Mrs. Howard BowWeather. ers and Miss. Margarete Overstreet. Mrs. K. Litton and children, ot Prof. Marsh, the noted weather East Bernstadt, spent Saturday and prophet of Winton Place.'.Ohio, has Sunday with Mrs. W. J. Childress. Miss Fannie Ledford has returnwon new laurels lor the correct orecasis he has mude of the recent ed to her home at Richmond, Ky., floods and weather. He predicted after a short visit with her mother. the exact conditions in December Mrs. Henrv Reynolds, and some ind Tanuarv. and his forecasts for of our young men are looking very February will be watched with in sad indeed Miss Mattie McFerron left Tuesday night for terest. Tenn., where she has acFebruary will be The mouth of greatest storm months ceded a position in school work. one of the Mrs. Kittie Smith has returned in years, Great storms of rain, sleet will cover the entire to her home at Mt. Vernon after ind snow countiy, resulting in much damage an extended visit to friends here. "Modd" Mullins was down from Sudden changes will occur in all sections ol the United Stated, the Mullins Station Tuesday visiting Mr?. einperature rapidly chungii'g fronj his swier Mrs. Amu Owens Susie Patterson is visiting in Par's ni'derate weather to severe cold. of and Covington this week .Mrs md vice versa. Heavy Libert v' snow, changing to rain and follow-- Cecil Henrv, of West pent TiiPfdny wi'h her cousins by severe co'd waves, will block Mi-- s' tr.ivt lover the West, Northwest, Mrs W J. Childress and the ileorgm MoPerron, on her wiy to ake repioti., Southwest and Knoxville. Mrs James Anderson entire E.st and Northern States visited relatives at Pine Hiil Mon Heavy snowstorms and blizzards day and Mrs. Tucdav followed by cold waves and high and little daughter of winds, will prevail over the Stntes Sharpshurg Ky. , spent a few dtvs of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West THE FARMERS CLUB. with her parents Mr. and Mrs Jhe members of the fanners club Virginia, Tennessee Great storms Joe Sambrook. Mr. Walton is (ind all farmers, who are not mrm- will occur at the headwaters of the moving his family to Missouri. hers that ate interested in better Ohio, consisting of heavy snow?, Mrs. Lucv Woodall and little farming and a larraers orgauizi-tlon- , changing to rain, followed by cold niece. Grace Wilson, are visiting are requested to meet in the waves Mrs. Woodill's mother, Mrs. Ben The forcast for this locality, ac Sutton, at Elrod, Ky. court house in Mt Vernon at one o'clock 0. tn. Saturday Feb. 9th, cording to Prof. Marsh, is: Everyone will be glad to hear 1906, to sleet delegates to attend Between 1st and 3rd rain and the annual State Farmers Institute that Dr. Lapsley, ol Danville, Ky., to beheld at Shelby ville, Kv , Feb snow; cold. PresThe law 'Between 4th and 6th Cold; will conduct services at the 1907 26, 27, and 28tb byterian church the 3rd Sunday of provides that each county shall snow. month. Miss MvrtleOhewn-inhave one vote on all matters Between 7th and 9th Chauge this the Institute, but does antertained Tuesday evening in able. not limit the number of Delegates. honor of Miss Fannie Ledford, of 10th Unsettled. this institute two member of the At Richmond. A nice time reported. Between nth and 13th Stormy, State Board of Agriculture will be Mrs. Sam Ward has returned af elected to serve four year9. As a unsettled weather. ter a short visit with her son, W, mnitoiehm on the state board is Between 15th and 17th Fair an important post our Club should weather will prevail; .cloudy and R. Ward, of 11 iait ville. Ky.. all be present and send delegates Chas Preston has moved his famthe 17th. who will vote for rrien who has the threatening weather on ily from Irondale, Ohio, to this Between 18th and 22nd Rain, interest of the farmer at heart. He says Livingston is At this meeting we will also and between 18th and 19th turn place. good enough for him Walter and elect a crop reporter from each ing colder, with snow and wind mntristerial district in the c uirtv Willie Rice, of Lebanon .Junction between the 2tst and 22nd. to report the condition of the grow spent Sunday with their parents, 53rd and 24th Fair. inn crops. eic, monu.iv Mr" Mr. and Mrs Chas Rice PnmmUvsiontr of Aerimlture at Bttwen the 25th and L. M. Wester field and children high winds; rain and wind have ret"r"ed Ftankfort, Ky., ujo" niMinciiou n short visit bUnks furnished each month and 26th,- - turning colder with with rel uives a St.mford Joe 25th G. S. GRIFFIN, Dickersun aud Jacob Sambrook snow 37th and 28. F C. R. C. President Val-denci- a, d 1 aionaay. Mrs. Logan Salyers and little daughter, of Corbin, are visiting Mart H'cks. Mrs. Matilda Wood-alis visiting her son, J. E. Wood-all- . The Baptist revival closed Sunday night with 52 additions. Rev Farrer has gone to Middlesbor ough, Ky., to condnct a series of meetings at that place. Mr. J. W. Caspsr is in town this week organizing a lodge of the Modern Mr. and Woodmen of America. Mas. R. J. Lemon have returned from Louisville. Mr. Lemon is much improved in health. Mr. George Griffin, Mrs. J. H. Brown ing and Master Arnee Hayes are on the sick list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. James Moberly have moved to Hazel Patch where Mr. l, Moberly has a position with Long-mir- e enterprising people would make the first move Livingston would & Sparks. Alva flArgen-brighas moved his tuniily into soon be lighted with electricity. the bouse vaci"ed by Richard Mob- The power house belonging to the erly. Miss lithel Hayes accom- New Livingston Coal Co., has the panied her H.ster, Mr.--. Harry capacity and to spare for over a thousand lights and that would Jenkins, to her home at Corbin supply us. Who will be the first Monday. Miss Ethel will visit to make the necessary move? As friends aud relatives at Jellico, Livingston is the garden spot of the mountains, also a pleasure Tenn., before returning home not do Mrs. Ada Fishbach commenced resort for summer, way ,1ia ntllfrtt'IC frtAit flM.l lint. A alan her select school Monday morning trc ,;Rhts fn before tfac gQod with good attendance. The cot- - j0ld Summer time comes around tage prayer meeting was conucted again, .- at the Pope Hotel Tuesday night ' by Dr. W. J. Chidress. Rev. All headaches go When you grow wiser Campbell of Clay City will fill his And learn to use apqointment attheChristian church ' An "Early Riser." Saturday evening and Sunday morning and evening. Everyone DeWitt's Little Early Risers, safe cordially invited If some of our sure pills. Sold by Chas. C. Davis,, -( mih l S j it? I. Jaine-WrIio- your tongue fo and look in the glass you will see the effect You can't help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it By the use o so called cheap Baking e 'Powders this puckering, injurious Alum right into your system-yo- u injure digestion you-tak- TOUCH IP YOU - ALUM coin-intfbrfo- g &qc) sain your, .stomach AVOID ALVM Say plainl- y- J y ' V)' u-- 28th-Stor- ms, nfr IKoyaTis iriarJeTrom pure, refined Grape Cream of Tartar-Costfff-iort than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the profit .of 'good health. nv dava i raomi POWDER ik 4l r m ( i-- r -', n,WW - 2 i m i i fc m III HI "l'' SMSIS c.$$42$iO'$$4'$&$4'f'$$$i(ii( 4 Nursing baby? It's a heavy strain on mother. '1 iti. 1 Wll Slutl I iiaMJlWlJllfWF pasth this i in Vour fat RE JKIFT rOx. A GUOU TOWN 4 V l O Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two. Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mother's, system is needed. contains the possible amount of nourish greatest ment in easily digested form. Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use. Scott' jt Emulsion o o v v v 4 4 v v v S V m 1 ill ALL DRUCCISTSi S0. AND $1.00 Ms3 Wc vvvvvvOvvvvvvvOOvvOvvvv Will Give a YEAR'S, SUBSCRIPTION to GOODAIX'S FARMER To Every One of Our " Paid-in-Advance Subscribers. f W DO YOU KNOW GOODAIX'S FARMER? page farm weekly, profusely It Is a large twenty-fou- r illustrated, and every word la It Is interesting to too farmer or raiser of live stock. WHAT EVERY ISSUE CONTAINS 1JEWS All of tb geotrtl frra ef the track la published ted 11 ajtlcultural are glita In dttalL SPECIAL AHTICLE8 Ota leading agricultural roller profssors contribute ch wets: to till publication and the advice tbat they plte la btneflclal to ctu farmer and ralier or lite stork. EDITORIAL Hit odltorlal pigs contain! articles by men who thorough! understand tigrlcultural and lire stock condltloua In .Awtrka. The editorials are always written trltu tbf aim to Ixnellt and assist tho Amerl-ca- d former and raiser of lire stock. 3I0ME DEPABTMENT There la a depart-tnredited lij Faith rtljir, which la darted entirely to the Intereita of women who ' on the farm. This department is capably Jlted and contains much useful knowledge on M urt of cookies; and keeping a house nn our jrnnoa department conducted IT Uncle Dudley for the benefit of the younger generation. Contains letters from children from all parts of America and Is a depart-cit- nt that Is ct great Interest to crery boy rind girl. i MAGAZINE (SECTION In this irlej are awarded each week fordepartment tho best li'iters on subjects proposed by the Magaslna IWltor. , FASHIONS In erery Issue there la a pattern department. These patterns will be found very useful to the housewife. OUR LETTER BOX Readers of GOOD-ALL'r.UtMEit are constantly writing to the editor and telling of the conditions of crof aud atock In their vicinity. Headers may lia-ea- t themselres greatly by reading tneso Inters, as It enables them to know Just what other farmers are doing and what mctnodi they are adopting to become successful. LIVE 8T00K MARKET The report of thi market on cattle,' hoga and aheep la second only to the Drorers Journal. It Is reported bj the DroTera Jonrnal. which la the recocnlxu authority on the Chicago markets, and It la therefore always reliable and accurate. HORSE MARKET The horse market also reported by the Droters Journal and situ a full report of the conditions of the hot trade, both la the east aa well as In Chicago. PRODUCE The produce market Is reported by the Drorers Journal produce who are constantly watching that market and who understand the esact conditions. The market Is glsen In detail and la always accurate. GRAIN The grain market la reported by the grain reporters on the Drorora Journal, who make a etndy of the grain trado and whn are also alwaya In touch with the exact conditions of that market. COKIO PAOE Lat. but not least, there la a comic section In GOODAUYS t'AHUUll. Tthlcb Is a aourco of amusement to both tho old and young. SARSAPARILU. per hour. PILLS. HAIR VIOOR. A moderate wind blows heveu We hare no aecretal We publish miles per hour. the formulas of all our medlolnea. The first horse railroad wa iKcop tho bowols regular with Ayor's built in 1826. Pills and tl.ua hasten recovery. Ths first steamboat plied the CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Hudson in 1807. CURED. A mile is 5,280 feet, or 1,760 One who suffers from chronic yards in length constipation is ia danger of many serious ailments. Orino Laxative A VALUABLE LESSON. Fruit cures chronic "Six years ago I learned 'a valu- patiou Syrupaids digestion eonsti as it and stimable lesson," writes John Pleasant, ulates the liver and bowels, restor of Magnolia, Lid I then began ing the natural action of these ortaking Dr King's New Life Pills, gans. Commence taking it to dn and the longer I take them the and you will feel better at once. better I find them." They please Orino Laxative Fruit Svrup does everybody. Guaranteed at all not nauseate or gripe and is very druggists 25. pleasant to take- - Refuse substiThe question of who will pre- tutes. Chns. 0 Davis druggist. side at the trial of the Caleb PowDevelopments in Kentucky oil ers case, which is to be called next fields during the first month ot the week nt Georgetown, is exciting uew year promise small results, much interest among those con both in extcution of drilling aud tier led with the case. Judge the amount ol oil produced. who was appointed to try the A specase probrbly will resign cial term will be called for the trial Rob-bin- s two fert. A IVittium is six feet. A space is three feet. A- span is m'i inches. A le.inue is three miles A ureot cubit is u fet There nre J 75j liM'L'ti'Ks'1. Bran 35 nmintls to the hijhhul .Oats 35 pounds 10 the Inishel A dn V j mrnev N 32 mile. B.ule) 48 pounds 10 the bushel Two die everv erfv"! Cont'd mutes 743 tiii'tsnn lioin. A vq 'aie mile omtaiiis 64()ncre.'. A siorm blows 36 miles per In ui wenjlm .H.j.'b A un of wate Electricity nioe 228,000 iniKs A cuMt For Lung Troubles R , Grit. Vim. mmmmmamammmmmmmmMmmmmtmmmmm Ayer's Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. And it certainly strengthens weak Push. Snap. Hi ergv. Schools, Moralitv, Churches. Hirmony. A, Cordiality. Advertising. Talk about it. Write about it. Cbeati i,i.eny Speak well of it. Healthy location. Help to im rove it. Advertise in its papers. 'Patronize is merchants. Good country, tributary. Elect good kit" office. How t competition in price. Faith exhibited by good works. Make the atmosphere heillhy. Fire all croakers, loafers and deadbeats Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion ot your town and its people. Speak-wel- l of the men, and nl.so be one of them yourself. Be honest with all your fellow men. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth aud all things therein. He then created man and woman and left the loaf ers on the corners, and indue tin e thev multiplied and then spread in to po.xtofiices and depots nnd store-Ithese places they sit and explain state and national problems that have vexed great minds. While he isthus engaged his wife is out wa?h ing for herneighbois, nnd the poor helplessvchildren are left at home taking care of themselves as btst they can. There is nothing rat re noticeable than a loafer." 1 throats and weak lungs. There can be no mistake about this. You know it is true. And your own doctor will say so. Tho boat kind ot a tostlraontal "Bold tor ovor sixty years." Tho iOiul You Havo Always Bought, and which has been in uso for ovor (JO years, has horuo tho slfrnatnro of and lian been mado nndcr his pcr- sonnl supervision sinco Its Infancy. CCCCl&Zi Allnirr nn nun to leeelvu votl 111 this. bufe All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trlflo Avlth and endanfrer tho health of Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment Just-nn-sood"a- ro a yn Made by J. O. Arer Co.. I,owall. Maas. Also manufacturers of Oil, iParci Castorla Is a harmless substltuto for ops and SoothhiK' Syrups. It Is Pleasant. Ifl uorlc, eontains neither Opltini', Morphlno nor other Narcs.ttC-substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys worms nnd allays Fevcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, riving- healthy and natural sloop Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - hat is CASTORIA Castor fX 1 GENUINE Bcnrs tho Signature of ALWAYS public-spirite- The KM , THC You Have Always Bought COMPANY, TT MUP BAT In Use For Over CKNTAUI1 n gVMM TCCT Wr'YOfH CITY. 30 Years. PREVENT HEADACHE. Foice them? No -- aids them Ramon's treatment of Liver Pill md Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive arJiis so tltnt thevdi) their work and frifir yon condition uga'tit future tronl le Eire treatment 25 .'ts , at til drugstores. What Would No Operation1 "1 ( 7 You Do three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless. Jf they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks. And if you should get well, after using only $22.00 worth of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Nervine, what would you advise a friend in like condition to do? IE "I lmvo to thnnk you for savins Ay wlfo'fl llfo two )e.irs usu. Wo hail continued with U10 doctor until th tlllul ili"tor, ltl'o tho two prevloiM onc.x. iald that lKuliltn: could bo dono (or liir, that alio lia.l better bo t.ikou homo froni the hospltnl to quietly wult not bo over 6 her time, which wck3 nt tho mwt 1 brought her home, tmd then 1 thouuht probably Dr. "Miles' Heart Cure nnd Nervlno might help her, ho I irot n bottle of each nnd xoino Ncrvo nnd I.lver 1'llw nnd commenced to mvo them to her. Wo noon seen nn improvement, nnu rncoiirriititl bv this wo continued bIv-Ithe nedlelne. Wo envo her eleven bottles In nil of tho medicine. She tnkts It oceaninniilly now If Bho feels tho need. 1 nm In the ministry, and havo been for 44 yearo." rtEV. r. MILUQAN, O ci ida Springs, Kami. Or. Miles' Heart Curs Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls he will refund your money. -- N. B. Alt subscriptions to Goodall's Farmer stop when time expires. ,JMM m0li e k CJoodalls Farmer one year (to yourself or to some ono else) ond wo wll do so without ono cent of cost to you. If your tlmo Is not paid beyon July 1, 1907, send In your renewal or new subscription and we will sen. a.year's subscription to Goodall's Farmer f'ee to any address you mime. you have not seen a sample copy of Goodall's Farmer we will b- - jiad " to Slve or send you one. - fli7W yilK aTaalTfrini tJl!I:ILC K your subscription or Jater, simply send In yur nano tuidW us to whom wo shall sent! tell untlIJu,y o ur Paper Is paid RISING FROMTHEGRAVE A prominent manufacturer, Wm. A. Pcrtwell. 01 Litcmns,. N. C. re lates a most remarkable experience. He bays: "After taking less thru three bottles of Electric Bitters, feel like one risen irom the grave My trouble is Bright's disease, in the Diubetis stage. I fully believt Electric Bitters will cure me per maueutly, lor it has already stopp ed the liver nnd hlddder complica tiomj which have troubled me lot years." Guaranteed at all druggist' Price only 50 cents. 1 a f i'l William I. Oliver, of Kuoxville has been notified by Washington authorities that he will be awarded the contract to dig the Panama canal if, within ten days, be associ- with himself at least two jnde- pendent contractors, whose skill and experience combined with his shall ccver the entire field of the work to be performed. You ought to know what you are giving your baby. You will know if you use Cascasweet and take the trouble to look at the Every ingredient is wrapper. shown there in plain English. Cas caweet is best corrective tor the utoniaches of nabies and children, Sold by Chas. C. Davis, leading drdggist. & ,v vr u Clorer Blosupturns; uuas irom completed. Rev. Wm. Williams tem by gently moving the som and the tho Money Be uowcis. a certain was the contractor. A procted meei reuei lor croup and is on erery botU. ing will begin here next week. Nsarly all other cough cures are) Mrs. Polly Laswell has returned constipating, CSDeclallr thosa rom a visitjto her son in Bell coui contalnlnzODlatei "sw Ajrmwwas'jaP1' Kenneda Laxative? tv. She was accompanied by her Honey & Tar moves jfi4UfcE3tigjf the bowels, contains Dr. Anita Newcomb Magee, for daughter, Miss Allie. Born to the no Oclataa. 'Ttifc llirt Rfjtttfrl) mer assistrnt surgeon in the, army, wife of James Hacket a fine girl nicely. KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE and in charge pf'a Red Cross nurs- baby. The mother is doing ViVrTrfi( H. Robinson has mave back to es' brigade iri1 the Japanese war, ewv Tirr .jwcsta: SSSSDf.u7-Jcomes out strongly for the army Brush Creek. Miss Annie Robincanteen in 'a statement made pub- son left Sunday for a Jvisit to hei Mount Vernon Monumental sister at Blanche, Bell county. rmritiD at thi laotot or lic at Washington. I. O. DaWITT OO., CHIOAQO, U. 8. A. NEICHBORS GOT FOOLED. Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS. THIS MAY INTEREST YOU. "I was literally coughing myself kidney to death, and had become too No one is immune from of and trouble, so just remember that Fol- weak to leave my bed, aud neighand ir bors predicted that I would nevei ey's Kidnev dure will stop the regularities and cure any case of leave it alive; but they got fooled Granite Monuments of all kidney aod bladder trouble that is for thanks be to God, I was indue 3IT. VEHNON. KY. Estimates furnished kinds. not beyond the reach of medicine. ed to try Dr. Kings New Discover Ghas. C. Davis, druggist. It took just tour one dollar bottle FAItM No farm of 317 on application. to completely cure the cough and acres, located on- Negro ereuk, near GEORGE OWENS. restore me to cood sound health," Urodhoad, Ky , ls'ofu Qfr tho boat Mount Vernon, Ky .Writes Mrs. Evn Uncapher, of farms In tho county and will bo sold at a bargain, tho owner being unablo to 'Qovemortown, Stark countv, Ino . fif iNI This king of cough and cold cures, properly look aftor bame, becauso of and healer of lungs is guaranteed his honlth. Tho ontlro farm is under btyall druggisis. 50c, and $100 fonco. 170 acres In cultivation, balanco CUTS.SORESBURNS timbered, threo liouses on farm, good Tyjal bottle free, A Am better prepared than ever t test and fit the eves with ulasse-Havall the latest' appliances foi ORLANDO, testing. A fit guaranteed. Do all kinds of watch and clock ' Dr. Laswell has moved to his repairing. Make your old spec new dwelling. Brush Creek is o frames look like new. Repair yotn old and silver rings etc. etc. a boom. Jarvis Rcames, who All kinds of machine needles anr been visiting bomefoBis at thi' place has returned to Princeton 'epairs kept. Mo., where he expects to umke Very truly, future home. C. B. Anderson ha- f. C. Fkankun returned to Washington city. Wt wish him much success. Sim He' ton, who has been on the sick lisi for some time is no better. Tin LAXATIVE G0U6H SYRUP new church at this place has beei For all Couchj and assists In The Red ha-ates n Besrstha Signature of OASTOniA Ihj Kind You Haw Alrvars Bougtt Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va,, writes: had what doctors call 'prolapse,' and couldn't I had pain in my back and stand straight. shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse. Dpctors said an operation was needed, but I couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak-- 1 ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walkf around. Can now do my housework and am in( splendid health." Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence,, especially adapted to cure women's diseases. Iu relieves excessive periodical pninS, regulates. uiLuiaiuicoi auu id a FREE ADVICE safe, pleasant and reWrile us s letter descrlblnc sll liable remedy for all your ijmptoms, nj we will send you Free Advice, In pliln sealed envelope. sick women. In sucAddress; Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga .Medicine Co., Chattacessful use for over 70 nooga, Tenn. years. Try it. At Every Driig Store in $1.00 Bottles. W. A. CARSON Paper-hanger, Painter W NF OF Agent for CARDUI jonas Mckenzie HENRY BOSCH CO'S.. line uf WALL PAPER, ItOOH MOULDINGS. ETC., ETC Let us- make you an estiniateo work before placing you order. All Work Guaranteed. THE ORIGINAL "Jr COME! OME! Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind wnooptnz-eoui- M. L.. &mB&. MYERS. fc, f Dentist, I ImII invito all to come and see us. At my store you will always find a good selection of Dry. Goods and Notions. ( HONEYiETAR ROCKCASTLE Zje-l- i- First.Clnss 1 Work. OFFICE: At residence, on Olt Main St., kuown as the C. C. Williams residence. Piionb No. 73. Will be in office at BRODHEAL from MONDAY NOON to TUESDAY NOON each week. tfvti& Mt. Vernon. Kv CLOTHIN right. Yours very truly, Phono No. 83 G ! We carny a full line of Clothing that will suk all sizes nnd ages, Our goods are right and our priced are jonas Mckenzie. jonas Mckenzie , Real Estate Co. l-- Manufacturer C. C. MT. -- vWilliama, VERNON. KY. given ATTORNEY-AT-LA- OFFICE. On 2nd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special to collections. Phone No. 80 attention IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TCfrBUY Thla nunA.i Z5$. .. - NERVfcroiL RHEUMATISM FOLEY'S KIDNEY miRF WILL CURE YOU of any ckse of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the- reach, of medicine. Take it at once. Do not risk having Bright's Disease or Diabetes. There, is nothing gained hy delay. - and women in each county as field managers to represent; advertise and distribute samples of our goods. Salary $80 oer month, paid weekly and cash ndKnced for expenses. No capital for experience necessary. Position Address NORTHpermanent. WESTERN CO., Depot W. C. 338 Wabash Ave.. Chicago, III. Wanted:-Men wells ar d springs, and plenty of good A liquid cold relief with a 50c. nd$i.00 Bottles. v REFUSK WMTITUTM. CHAS.'C. CHAs. DAVIS, which lingers in tbetrpat the eough that is Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action; pleasant to take; and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law. Contains no opi ates. Sold by Unas. C uavis, yean leading druggist. and-stops which drives out the cold through, a copious action of the bowels, and n healing principle stock water Also good orchard FARM NO. 58o acres of land between Brush creek and Orlando 2 ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. acros In cultivation balanco tlmbored, two houses nnd well watered. Will Also Agents for Iron Fence. D. B. Albright, M anager soil cheap FARM FO. 8214 acres near Freedom churoh splendid resldeeo and a moss uesiraoio farm, fried i . a baraiiin FARM NO. 1 T hai traota of land in ono body; consisting of So, 84 and 155 acres, located on lade Fork creek In Lincoln county, Ky., and IBtlHroWFcnceU about fl miles from Crab Orchard, on Crab Orchard and Boo lck road lCbesper tlian wood. Will Isst a lifetime.!! Itlgtisst lsrd World's Fair, St. LenU, 1H4. Thcso lands are located near tho residences of oorgo Iltnos nnd Georgo Gooch CINCINNATI, p. II It About 75 acres of this land is bot0?ei 10O Jesljss el Iros Tesce slows la esr ttlfJ tom land, and a good part of it is up W y. lojas. Un prices will twsrba s. Cell sai land, but level, and Js good farming see,. iflJ m Z land. A bargain at $3 por acre One-thir- d cash, tho balanco in one and two Tkceo3 i. jjjrodhead Yarblc 3 C MCLA RY painty 0 a"a Patent Mcaicinep. Diseases of ChiTdren A SpedaFfy Undertaker BROHEAD, KY. Granite and Marble Monuments & Emjbalmer, S. C. DAVIS, Prop. and Tombstones manufactured by Cigar-p-, Drug?, Stationey, Ci!!lEteIRr3,l?sk',,s' Ordeis by Telophone attend ed promptly. Phonk No. 53. MAIN STREET, MT VERNON, KY 7 0eC3CC$3 k Stanford, Ky. KILLthe COUGH AND GRANVILLE OWE Ijr'Kj , 14 t1 W W? UNDERTA EBJWJ Ft . II "'S JIBS CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery WITH rONSUMPTION OUGHS and 0LD8 Brodhead Ky. I- - I COMPLETE TilNE S Price 60o &$ 1.00 Froa Trial. S, Coffins, Caskets and JRobes. All Mall, Telegraph or Tele- Surent and Quickest Ouro for all THROAT and IAJNGr TUOXTB-LXor JCONBY BACK. phone orders Promptly 'Filled. '. L -i- -JL