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IjJ1i t jT c I j Published Every f iFrlday I 1 t 7I YOLUMfi XX MT VERNON ROCKGASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 1907 NUMBER 20 I tntnnnntnnnn E REDCROSS isllll1s Best in the = World for Up E tQDate Styles = Patterns For E Fit ncl Wk ganship E50C i5 ci00 and i150 each EI s wr c 5 t a d a f 11 1 + ifl 2 c rr J t r 4 oi 8 rtntnnnnnnHtn STYLE = Gets the Business QUALITY Keeps the Bus mess REDOROSS = SHIRTS 3 Ohallenge = all = I We Are Showing aBline II E of Shirts in Coat StylesalsoSilkPoniee = Mohair and Mercerized Maddi in all the 3 52 Ip1and fancy avs 3 3 F3 CRACKER JACKS LDOLJCLASShoes I I Kwality Kounts Clothing 1 P 1 nd STETSONHats I I Like OldTim Religp ionGood enough for me good enough for you good enough for anybody 100 cents worth of value for ev very dollaF ybir invest in these oods J E E The SuccessifU C1BakE4- is = g E due neither to ltick xSr for tune but to keen knowledge of the pop1estequireriients Rest assured wevafe putting our best foot forward and will continue to show the largest E andmost uptodate stock in all lines flidicaii be found in Eastern Kentucky We do Hotquote prices Jte g = because it iswell known that E when U G Baker makes 3 price its right 1 i5Pc8 GT8SS W8re5aTe rTlls Wek fi il11111111111 111111111111111111111111111i14 11111111i1111 L4 ii othdietuon Ifl4L them d J EXTE1T Is Examine Ly a Party in Kentuckys taIFeL GecjetcW1Kr A party of in ilngut a c isa txj lored the ew cave at the Indian oil refinery hcmist 01 en who exyectel to lead ae party was detained by pressing asiness Ul pascuses were peno raLed to a distance ot about 200 feet uci excetinj the one which leads ier Elkuoiu river and only two at to get through the exuding- asesf which almost suffocated them ien ten feet in Taee are locations here of a good stronI jttaralsai A correspondent ruled by a boy assistant followed e westcin pas3age heyond the gas ous tunnel and squeeze under ue bowi trt ccma into an Immense nssnge 20 feet hlsli This let seem ugly straight5 sires the plants trcunds souifcci torafcl town After join about 500 feet he saw an appar ntly unlimited cavern and he had to urn back because of falling lights rhere was no sIgn of animal life SETTLEMENT EFFECTED 3etween Dark Tobacco Growers and the Independents Paducah KyThe fight between ark tobacco growers and Independ nt dealers in Lycn and Caldwell coun ies Kentucky which resulted in the own of Princeton being literally ar ested and two enormous barns with ontents of tobacco burned with losses f thousands of dollars in property in Yedonia Eddyville Princeton and Cuttnwa in the last several months Aas setledot Kuttawa Association members agreed to see that no more night rider raids were made arid that anonymous letters ndependpnts thipatenin harm to toI and property lo force them into association woul cease As a result of the settlement four big tobacco firms invaded Kuttawa and are doing business KENTUCKIANS Well Known as Politicians Have Farmed a Racing Firm Lexington KyA new racing firm coni03ed of wellknown Kentucky pol iticians has4lust registered with the ISasJern Jockey club The members of the firjin are Jv Morgan China son of Gpf Jl Chinn aid brother of Phil cOllrtrappqaiat D P Richardson JLWe1tzel and South They are reglatereH as cwnm ach Qh 1iitIiJn r t lit the business vfhich is tobe qbndicted in the maof South They have In trainIng to start with the twoyear olds Noisy Girl Flora Ray Roberta Moore Danzette Laming and Snake Marry l i t NEVER DEFEATED For Office Was Senator Camm kL Who Seeks Circuit Judgeship r Frankfort KyWhlleJhere State Senator J W Cammack of Owen countytannounced that he would be a candfdate for circuit judge in the district composed of Boone Grant Owen Carroll and Gallatin counties Judge Jienif e of Williamstown who was appointed by Gov Beckham as Judge Tassings successor will oppose Senator Cammack It Is said the com mltteemen favor a primary Senator Cam ack won his spurs in the senate fighting for the county jiifi3i8al op tion bill and has never been defeated f iauoffiee COUNTY TO PUT UP 100000 J To Finance the ngof the 1906 Tobacco Crop Warsaw KyAt a special meeting of the board of control of the Barley Leaf Tobacco aspocIatiMijiofiGallatltf county held herev representativeapf the several banks of the cfpujjipro posed to put up SlQOjOOO tOilipiancjg the pooling of the 1906 tobacco crop The proposition was greed upon lad the tobacco will begin to come to the ware houses about February 16 Everything poIntHto the ultimate sucessf the s1cOunty Will HahdiS Tobacco Lexington KyThe Fayette board of control ot lbenuQbAinerla- na Society otEQui y TrasSfllecl arti ales of incorporatlon here SThe 6b ject of the organization it is Btatedvl8 to handle the tobacco in cprinectioji with the Burjey Tobacco society and to see that each farmer gets a fife price for his product The largest amount of indebtedness to be incurred Is 20000 SixtyBarrel Well BurkesVille Ky At a depth of 600 fet New Domain Oil and Gas Co bro ghtIn another good well on thV Tompkins farm on Fannie c eek The well pumped 60 barrels in 24 hours A third well will be drilled on this farm at once Refused To SfluealV Mlddleaboro KyJohn Scott pleaded guilty to the charge that he miir d red Ike Uapper and was given a life sentence in the pienltentlarj Scott says he was hired to kill Napper but refused to say by whom ttHUNTING FOR TROUBLE Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trohblev in soreswounclsB f Buclens Arnica Salve Wtnt q 1i k yctiier writes Charles 5ierracol1ptyit cuTs every casev Guaranteed P 4t rllt Se r i T PACKETS QF COAL Exposed By the Watersiof the Licking Near Kenton Kenton yFO several ais rouud1inexcavating sand on the farm of Mrs Mason struck a pocicOtontaIning- about two bushels qf coal in small lumps averaging the size ta hens egg Thla waa struck at the depth of 20 feat After the Llckinj river which had been out of its banks for the previous ten days had fallen to ordinary depth a steep bank that borders on the land of H Brown broke in near county road that Ipa1s from here theI the reo ry connecting Campbell with this place Tb4 break and slip is about 300 feet long end from top to bottom some 150 to 200 feet Charles Baker a tobacco buyer for the Hamilton Tobaccd Co of Coving ton managed to climb down the break which ir aboat feet deep on the Ian J side and found at the bottom a clear stream of water about fur feet wide and one foot deep flowing from under the land This was carrying with It a continuous flow of smaJl litraps of coal KILLS WRONG WOMAN Negro Murderer Is ThehShot DoWn in Revenue Maykin KyPae Jackson 26 an Lucy Harris 22 negroes were killed In a series of tragedies at Norton a Kimlet east of hereJThS particulars ag received are as follows The Har ris woman and a girl named Dale came n on a night train from Appalachia Jackson who expected them secreted Iiimself under the house occupied by he Harris woman with the intention d killing the Dale girl As the two women approached Jack flied killing the Harris woman Instead Rob Crawford another ne- o herring of the murder walked to lacksons own home and shot him dead Jealousy was the cause of the tragedies PENANCE FINISHED By Martn Who For Seven Years Has Gone Hatless and Barefooted Lexington Ky Clayboujne Martin known througaou Kentucky as the Bronze Chn3tijbjecause he walked the streets hatft i and with his feet bare no ttflrw cdldpr hot the weather has ftmlSed hiS seven years penance and announces that he will now wearhig hij and shoes as btbei pnorf p V He says that Seven ytSrsTago th ord told him he had sinned and that he should repent by suffering He said the spirit told him to bare his feet and head and make no complaint for seven years He was run out of a number of towns for his strange ac tions EVERY BONE In the Electrocuted Engineers Body Was Fractured Somerset KyJoseph Smith engi neer at an electric light and power atIa jto close the house and Mreet circuits tthp same time Smith was hurled several feet and wery bone in his body was broken Twentytwo hundred volts passed through himLLEFTPNOTE i ct Sayihg He Killed His Stepfather De fending His Mother Paducah KyvBecatise hla stepfdth er Cbarles Lewis assaulted his moth er Joe Faulkner a tie carrlert who came home sickwerit tothe home of a neighbor secured a si jot gun and re turning to the house bjew Lewis head off Faulkner escaped leaving a note explaInIng that he was defending his r Loses St4t Tip Recover Fees Frarikforjt KyIn the Franklin cjr cuit court Judge Stout sustained a de murrer to the petition In th1eade o- fRW Bingham county attorney of Jeffersph county against SVf Hager soughttod tor ageuU in Louisville in the prose utlojL of lax suits in the coutity court Ella counsel declined to plead further and will take an appeal to the court of appeals for affinal construction of ihe statute under which the action was Instituted r v Insurance Man Hurt J Maysvllle Kyc Michael Sweeney local agent for the Western and South Jern In3urance Co was struck by a C lli 0 frcjislit train and probably ff- ctallyJniure 4AHe has a famllyreeid- t hrb 10 t4S Wt1 d Fo Crlelty Mbrgantown KyAbopL3Omadked men called iut Jesse Phelpji and took hint about onehalf mile from this place and whipped him severely Phelps was accused of cruelty to A3yearold child by sticking jier 1N1tf- 1pins and burning her with a hot poker New Candidata Danville KyJL Briice an nounced his candidacy for the legisla ture from thla county to succeed How Reed Ernbry who Wiil3votbeX san dldatevfor reelection Mr Bruce is a prominent farmer RegardingThe Drug Law Weare pleased to announce that oles Honey and Tar for toughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by tfie National Pure Food and Irugaw is it contains no opiates Brother Tiarnilut druggs and we recoramend iias cafe remedy for childreq audvdulisChiS C Davis 459 j J 1 liJftfor fasKion 61 people ct Established 1 AHANDSOMESHOE is jc Our Leaders tWe just received a large shipment of the American Centleman and the i American Lady SHOES Manufact g ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or IAMERICA LADY Shoes If you are look ing for uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our line CLOSINGOUT We are closing out 2000 pairs ofother brands of Shoesllewtnd good in order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just what f we say L1 Whether you want to buy hesornot usa our tore get out prices and we will convince YOU that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you wereever able to buy them before 4 t df t qF7 QUAIL Wm Owens One of our most substantial farmers will soon bt done gathering corn Ernie Her rin and sister Miss Georgia are attending school near Clarence G W Parsons who for some time has been suffering from a severe sore leg is slowly improving Jac ob Elder has sold his stock of general merchandise to GB Sutton of near Bee Lick Mr Elder will probably erect a store at May wood Jim who if is claim ed Was accidentally shot by Jeff D9yen is slowly improveing David Proctor one of our boss carpenters has been doing some woak for ds Th SutlonEld R ETodd filled his Tegular appoint nenUlt Bethel Saturday and Sun day i Thompson better known as Cr6ok spent ruesday night lasfwith his uncle David Elder 25 yen oFthe Pitman family have typhoid feverE A Herrin is in very poor healthMrs George Taylor improves slowlyMrs Mary Brown and family and Sam Pi ctor spent Saturday night with Will Owens and family Jacob Elder will teach a singing school at Buckeye Garrard countyMxs Wm Owens who has been very sick is able to be out againMrs Jane Logsdon who from a wagon a few daysago is about well Nothing will relieve indigestion that is nota thorough digestant Kodol digests what you eat and al lows the stomach to restrecuper ategrow strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and as possible approximates the diges live juices that are found in the stomach Kodol takes the work of djgestionoff the digestive organs and while performing the work itseli does greatly assist the stom ache to thorough rest In addi tion the ingredients of Kodol arc such as to make ta corrective of the highest efficiency and by its action the otomach is restored to its normal activity and power Ko Kpdol is manufactared in strict con utelFoodIt is now known that thirty eight lives were lostas the result of coal mine Monday t Tkau1 WiV r c k1 iiJ 1887 f C 3ccpcc All learhera f all styles J This one have guarantee over c i 3cc Thompson a a explpiioQ MARETBURG Go RRECt ION Miss Alice Mc CJtlJsttad of Miss Grace entei ed school atMC Vernon Mis Grace being employed rt Hazel Patch V Mrs Griffin is able to be around again Bro Karr failed tfihI hif regular appoiutmeut at thechurcl Saturday and SuiidayJ Li Me Call spent a few days at home this week on account of sickness in his iarnilMr Frank Myers called in Maretbnrg Sunday evening Miss Ila Carson spent from Friday until Monday atitomeMr Wal ter Hunt and family visited rela tives in Crodhead Saturday until MondayMrs Rose Chandler of Bromo spent a few days of this week at S E Chandlers The fill on the side track at this place which was damaged by the recent hard rains has been filled in again but still requires watching Mr Jonas Brown being watchman He says he really fears a wreck unless given close attention The 40 foot well dug in J J McCalls yard has risen to the depth ofH 20 feet in water rising to that depth in about 4 days Having afmost despaired of finding water in that place it was quite a pleasant sur priseSome complaint of meat spoiling in this section supposed to be caused by the warm rainy weath er in JanuaryMr W W Taylor returned to his home at Somerset last Sunday the bad weather preventing work now WE GUARANTIEE SATISFACTION- J A Bognen of the National Sign Go Daton 0 writes under natoofOct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contfatcted catarrh six notbuyIget another Buy Nosena from eybackandbooklet by mail ep cents BKOWN MANUFACTU RING Co- St Louis Mo Green rilleTenn 10aronI= o i I ukIMv aMh 1 i i c7 i LEVEL GREEN 14 p Winter has begun at last and the ground is covered with the beauti ful which is a great preservative to the wheat cropTl1e negro Bill Johnson who created quite a sensation last Wednesday by enter ing residences and robbing was captured atLeroy Friday afternoon and landed in jail at Mt Vernon T J Niceley and wife spent Sat lirday and Sunday with the family of W F DeBoidMiss Ora Brown entered schoel at Plato on last Monday Misses Maggie Ham lin and May Brown were the guests of Miss Lizzie Goff of Plato Sun day last They report a pleasant timeRev Sames Cummins filled his regular appointment at Mt I Saturday and Sundayrr Little Graces Broyles was the guest of Lizzie Williams Sunday last Thesick are reported to be no better Walker McQueary of Coo is visiting relatives near here and at PlatoMrs Daniel Pruitt of Hazel Patch alter visiting at her r fathers Mr Jonas Pitman return ed to her home Wednesday accom panied by her sister Valincia Cro merMisses Lottie McQueary and Ida Long and MrsW M DeBprd were guests of Miss Way and Mr Wade BrownPeyton Bullock and family were visiting the formers parents Wn sTud Mrs Jas Bullock Sunday Red Mullins the hustling trader went to Crab Orchard again last week to deliver another drove of hogs Robert Catron and wife of Dallas were visiting the latters mother Mrs Lucinda Goffe last Sunday News is scarce but we have cold weather and snow in abundance r CARAKRH and CAT ItRHAt HEAD ACHES aTequicklyrelieTed by Ndsena Itsoothes the congested membranes tkoroughlyhtals isII colds throat troubles hotrsness hay fever stopped upnos breathing through routhwhile itisanlisepticandcoiltah icals of drugs having a rCoticef that can cause tile4rIfectPf Sold bl alt4rRi 1 tl iJ f 1 ft r NIT VERNON SIGNAL FBJDAY Feb 8 190 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR too Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET I For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham For GovernorS AV Hager For Attorney General John K Heud ricksForState Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ- V Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby Lafoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault A BILL fixing a flat passenger rate oftwo cents a mile was passed by the Indian Senate and will go to the House for consideration Since the railroads have betn relieved ofso many dead heads who rode on passes a one cent reduc tion will not very likely result in a decrease in earnigs providing those who once rode on passes continue their travel and pay their fare THE Somerset Times Woodson May and Cecil Williams new pa per made its appearance Friday A six column quorto full and run ning over with choice reading and attractively set advertisements a thing of beauty and we trust a joy forever i Bros Embry Richardson of l the Danville News are putting the big pot in the little one since they got their new press by coming out with a three color print SOME ROCKCASTLE HISTORY One of the SIGNALS vajued sub scribers W H Williams ot Aztec N M in a recent letter to his brother D N William of this place after expressing his appreci ation of the articles on above sub ictwhich have been published in this paper says I Tell Mr Maret in giving the 1early history of Kit Vernon and I Rockcastle county not to forget had a 1aigetaii bridge Grif 15 or 20 negro a Mr Albright had a horse 7cthatJamesMcCall rds west of the J T Hyrone machine that power just Millers store building now is Mr Williams only missed the location 40 feetEd that George Houk Sons had a wagon shop just about where Fishs storeys Here is w ereMr Williams missed it this space was occupied by Elkin Tavern later xun by Thomas Smith up to about I87oEdand Stephen Langford ran a hotel just above the court house on the next street Reubin H Ejkins ran a hotel on Main street that was afterward run by Thos J Smith That Dr Josiah Joplin where Miller Hotel now stands started the first drug store in Mt Vernon that Dr Bryant from Crab Orchard practiced in Mt Vernon in 1851 and a part of 852 but that the county was so healthy that Dr Joplin was able to attend to all the patients and take care of his drugstore In the fall of 1850 some of the best citizens ot Rockcastle county moved to Buchanan county Missouri among them were Jbanthan James and Logan Dysarf Judge William Carson his sons James Jonathan and William Iarkin Kirtley and James KirtleY broth ers of W H Kirtley father of Mrs W M Poynter These are just a few ofmany early recollec tions Speaking ofVcCalls tany rd there feyet inexistence after more than 60 yearsi Iii position of Sthe old vats in ef9Id tanviard iii y t the bottom near residence of D N Williams E A Herrin first introduced the rafter cornice finish in this county about 1888 This finish suspended the old styled box cornice which had been in use since Noah corniced his ark Lige caught the idea in Illinois R S Martin tock the prize at St Louis worlds fair on manufactured tobacco R S Martin Brodhed was the firot man in Rockcastle to use and introduce commercial fertilizer within our borders L1T1NG8TOJS Mrs James Davis of Knoxville Tenn was spending a few days with her sister Mrs E L Cock rell the first of the weekMr and Mrs James Neal have moved back to Livingston and will make thistheir future home we trust for all time to comdMrs Cleo Howell and little daughter Gertrude accompanied by Champ MullinsI of Jellico Tenn and lins of Corbln were visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J A Mul lins the first of the week Urban Chewning has been spending a few days with homefolks but we think the chief attraction ws a pretty young widowJohn Mullins was in Corbin and Jellico last week Misses Leila Mae Ella and Lula Argenbright have been vissiting Mrs Will Hilton at East Beru stadt Ky from Sunday until Tuesday J B Hays and Men dames Sue Mullins George Cook J W Baker Mahala Carson Susie Hicks Thomas Jones Wilmoth Ford and Master Herbert Oliver were all on the sick list the first of the week but we are glad to say are all convalescent this witting Sam Pennington was down from Mt Vernon on business the latter parr of last weekMrs Geo W Griffin has a very severe felon on one of her fingersTom Argen bright of Knoxville has been spending ajfew days with his family at this place but has returned to Knoxville where he will move his family in a few davs John Pres tOOlS here from Ivorydale Ohio and willmake this his futurehome We are glad to have all our old citizens come back againHarr- LeeandWFSpabn attended the opera at Londcin Tuesday night Mrs W W Wright was visiting Mrs Cooper at Louisville last week Mrs Alvin Reynolds has Jeturn from a visit with her mother Mrs Coffey at Wildie Misses Anna Fishback and Cora Wright return ed Monday from a visit with Wir lie Benton at Brodhcad Mr and Mrs Frank Clutts of Pittsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Burton at the Mullins Hotel Miss Adda French is here attending school and board ing with Mrs Goo CookMr and Mrs James Hall are attending the bedside of Mrs fteise Grffin near Pine HillGeo W Griffin is having lots improvements made on his residence on Main street J T Chewning has bought the stock of goods belonging to Henry Delph on Gauley Branch and will move them into the store room be longing to John Prestou in East LivingstonMr and Mrs Egbert Hays will leave for Cincinnati Ohio Saturday morning where Mrs Hays will take lessons in Millinery preparatory to startiug a firstclass millinery store at this placeMiss Mae Magee is visiting her many friends and relatives at tiiiis place and we regret to s yis very sick at this writing Deputy Sherifi Niceley assisted by Town Marshall Cam Mullins arrested of the young gamblers Saturday and Sunday We regret that they could not find them allBre Campbell of Clay City fill dhis regular appointment at the Christ tian cbur Saturday and Sunday Three exc1entsermonswere deljv eied to a large and appreciative audience He is certainy a good man in a good place and doing a Rood wOtkMrs Lillie Langley is on the sick listquite a serious accident occurred Wednesday at tunnel just North of Livingston While dynamiting a large rock fell through the roof one of the camp houses severely crushing a colored woman Jim Taylor was inMt Vernon Wednesday and Thursday Claud Chewning is cerk in his fathers new store in East Livingston Action expected at an early date on the bill for the establishment of a new subtfeatury in the South vv f2 i COiHMISSIONER SALE ROCK ASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Martha Furguson Etc Plaintiffs- vs Notice of Cmmissioners sale Edgar Cuinmins Defendant By virtue of a judgment and an order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Decamber term thereof joo6 in the aBove styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day February 1907 between theen the hours of 9 oclock a in and 4 oclock p m being regular county court lay followingdescribed A tract of land located on the waters of East fork of Skaggs creek in Rock castle county Ky and bounded as fol lows On the north by the lands of William homilson on the east hy the lands of O W Hrnsel on the south by the lando of E P Kirby and John3tok s andon the west by the lands of John Stokes rnd known as the Robert and Martha Furguson homestead tract con taining 201 acres more or less For the purchase price of said land the purchasesr must execute bond with ap proved surety bearing legal interest from cay of of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Milt Newcomb Amanda Ballard and Martha Jane Lunce Plaintiffs vs Notice of Commissioners sale Marion Newcomh Squire Newcomb and Julia Ann Simpson Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court redered at the December term thereof 1906 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th day of February 1907 between the hours of 9 oclock am and 4 oclock p m being regulnr County Court day on a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of located in Rock castle county Ky near Brodhead and bounded as follows First Tract The first tract is bounded on the north by the lands of J H bright deceased on the east by lands of James Crawfords heiron the south by the lands of Jerry Popes heirs and Squire Popes heirs and on the west by the lands of R S Martin and contains 9 acres second TractThe second tract is bounded on the north bhe lands of Pope heirs on the east by the lands os W E Kvans on the south by the lands of Rrummett and on the west by the lands of R S Martin and contains 17 acres For the purchase price of said land the purchasesmust execute bondwith ap surety bearing legalinterest from the day ofy sale until paid and having the force and ejfcct of a judment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms GS GSIFFIN M c Rqa COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- V T Crawford Guardian for LizzieAdanisajidMyrteJAdams Plffs vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Eizzie Adams and Myrtel Adams Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rpckcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1906 iuthe above styled case I shall proceed to offer for saleat the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and yt1the hoursof9 oclock a m and4oclock- p tn being regular County Court day followingdescribed Two tracts of land located on the waters of Dicks river in Rockcastle pouiity Ky and described as follows First Tract Beginning at a olack oak thence south 35J4 w 20 poles to a white oak thence south 59 E 65 poles to a black gum thence N 26 E 48 poles to a stone thence N 7 W 92 poles to a black oak standing at an angle of a fence hickorythencedogwood pointers thence S 59 W 152 poles to a black walnut in an outside line at a fence thence S 41 E 64 poles to the beginning and containig 57 acres more or less and being lot No1 in the divis ion of Polly Lewis place and deeded to C W Adams by James Purcell and wife Second Tract Adjoining thabovedescribed tract and bounded by the Mt Vernon and Crab Orchardroad until it strikes the Viena Whiteaead place Boreingslinethe first tract that described above thence with line of ame to tlie begin fling and containining Nacres more or less and the same land conveyed to W G Adams deceased father of the de fendants by M N Slramate aiidjfeggte Shunate by deed dated Driith1893 and Avhich jsTex rdedirittieCierk8 office of the RockcastleCoattty Court in 412Forsaid land the purchaser must execute oond With approved surety bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgmenl Bidders will beprepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M OR c c COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTL CIRCUIT COURT Bank of Mt Vernon Plff vs Notice Connhissioners Sale J R Stucky and Jennie L Stucky Deft By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December team thereof 1906 in twe above styled casel fliall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court touse inMt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auc tion on Monday the 25 day of February 1907 between the hours of 9 oclocka m and 4 oclock pzn beiregular County Court day on a credit of six months the following described property house and lot located in the town of Livingston Rockcastle county Ken tucky being the same lot where defend ant lived said lot begins at a stake in Susan Mullins line ind fronts 83 feet on Elm Street and joins Champ Cummins 127 feetto the rightofway of the Louis vill Nashville railroad thence with the rightofway 83 feet to Susan Mullins line thence with said linei21 feetto the beginningFor purchase price the purchaser suretybearingsale until paid and havingthe force and effect of a will be prepared to comply with these terms oiG S GRIFFIN M oJf 00 o 111 v T7y E ctJ1 NewftIv L New Man in Town S IA rZt New Building t r t3sVv T c ilXv NewGoods x 8 i r t HKi Jd New Fixtures f y 1 New Life in Johnson Our new store is how open and we extend a j w cordial invitation to all to call and see us inl 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 i iG T Johnson I r fr 4 1X Opposite Court Housel Ii d g i ot 3 J Jo i t i I A COMPLETE LINE t II FOR a NEW and COMl ETE Line of GENERALIrgCHAN DISE Remember that 1 Best at the LOWEST Prices 1 II A FULL LINE Of Qdtihing Boots and Shoes Hardwarel and Queenswaare Groceries Goods oJ L W H FftCHt IAndrew rr THlS MAY INTEREST YOU Mrt one is iinmune from kidney trouble so just remember ibntTul eys Kidtiev Cure will stop the irregularities and cure anY casw f kidney ard bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine pttas C Davis druggist Last week a man stepped up to us and said he would pay us every cant be owed MS if he Jived tilt Sa- turdayniztPTSUhf3hma1I died Atipt her jnan 5aid te would pay us in ar days or two as sure a we werebornQueoDid the man lie or were we never isyetyuncerltam to go to the devil nf he did not pa us within three days Havent seen him since ppethat heihas gone but trust thi1hr did not hope in vain Quitea number said the- woutdjleeus tomoirow They must Uve been stricken blind or Owhas not come One man tii4dts six months ago that he wbjd pay us soon as Jie got some roonev The man would not- el of course be has not got a cent since e e CAftORIA1or and Children TheKind Yitfw Alwajj BngM Bears the 1Iitur of I Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most pbstinHte cip hs and expells from the system igltis mildly lax ative Itiffj fjdtaNed The gen nine is 1m tH l w package ChasO iviiitt I Kentucky i A weeks treatment for iheutna tism and bladder troubles for 25 cents That is what you getjnaB- ladder sma1I box fIDeWitt s jS1UeYand Tills 3pthtng else so o dfor2i troubles caused byiin- purebloeth SoldbyCnasCDa- vis leadi I irug ist Piles ofpeople have piles Why suffer from piles when you can use DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Beware of imitations See that the name is stamped on each box Sold by Chas C Davi leading druggist BlDNEYCOJm md MlBlaMwBlfltt m mt- tf i PHOTOS m 1mtSatisfaction Guaranteed Kelly Burtan Over Peoples Bank Mt V mob Ky J J R4IM OUTTHE OLD I 1C IN THE NEW That is what we are dong cojitiuall with ourcomplete line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC and and kee4Y0rything Dp ToDate Ne are offering some special Bargains in WINTER GOODS Call and see them We can please you both in quality and price Those who have not settled their old accounts should II not come expecting credit We have to pay the wholtale peoples bills promptly Please remember this We carry a full line of GENERL MERH ANDISE that jis hard to beat But come and see for yousself Weishall be pleased to show you Come we extend you a hearty welcome i A C HIATT tj IHIATT KENTUCKY YOUR BAN KING No matter how small HO mattter jov large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike f Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits f100 or more when left with the bank and not checkeds i upon for a period of six months or more t OFFICERS f C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres W L RICHARDS Cashier A B FURNISH Asst Cash rnnnnunnnnnnnunnn 1 Willis Griffin g PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER 3 h3 AN- DFUNERAL 3DIRECTOR 3IMt Vernon KY 3 = Stock Complete Can turnishon short n i =tice Metahc Collins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled E Phone No 63 = U1W1U1Ulil1Ul 1UUlll11Unl1U1U11111111111UllUl1UiUWU 4Y11tiveJkoomo F i 4f kTwpI f 1 v jjI I t J Y w I MrIVERNONSIGNAL MT VfiBXON KY Feb 8 190 I s Call up No 79 benyou vyaot toCotnmunlcate with SI9NAL 79 I f l I LOUlaYlLLKUMVIUC B nto TIME TABLE 22 norths 124 p m 24 north r 340 a m 23 south 124 p vs 21 South ii22oam TAS LANDRUM Agent 58fEntered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice ai secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAAL W G Niceleyhas moved to Be reaD E Davis was with homefolks SundayMiss Ada Hysinger still contin ues very sick Atty J W Brown was in Louisville Wednesday Rev W R Briscoe spent Sun day in Winchester Cossie D Sutton was very sicka few days this week Jasper Rickles continues in very feeble condition Morris Brown came down from Farriston to spend Sunday Mrs Zack hansel shows but lit tIe change in her condition Wir Dillion was here yesterday on the lookout for some good hogs- J Fish will spend next week in Cincinnati buying his spring goods Miss Susie Thompson is with her sister Mrs Hughes at Stan ford M L Denham L N brakeman was with homefolks Wed nesdayMr and Mrs Emmett Hansel visited the formers parents here this week Mrs James Dolan of Pine Hill spent several days with her daugh WelchFWe are glad to note that Mr H C Gentry is slightly improved from his attack of rheumatism Alec Fortune has recovero suffi ciently from his attack of grip to return to his home in Madison- J A Woodland H L Smith win go to Louisville Sunday night to buy their spring line of goods Nath Welch oneof the most popular salesmen on the road was calling ou our merchants this week Alfred Reynolds a son of T G Reynolds is one of the operators at Sinks He boards with Mrs But ner Mr and Mrs A E Albright of Brodhead spent Sunday a until Monday with Jailer and Mrs 0 V Jarrett M J Willer Jr has moved from the W J Sparks property on North Main into the residence with his lather J A Wood the Orlando mer chant was one of the very few who had enough courage to face the cold and come to town- S J Cqnn writes from Conneti cut thattBe temperature is just a little too severe for one accustomed to a mere southern clime Dan Roach and bride arrived Sunday and for the present are stopping at the home of C C Wil Hams in whose office Mr Roach will work Judge J B Fish has returned from Hot Springs to his home in Williamsburg While we have had no report from him we hope that his short stay was of much ben fit to him s Smiling Dave Jabkson who can claim as many friendsas any man in tie State was here Wednesday Mr Jackson has been appointed Grand Inspector of the Rtyal Arch Masons for this and several other lodges in the State S N Davis expects to leave some time this month lof New Mexico where he will make his future home While we regret to lose Sim from our number yet we trust the change will prove arich bar- vest for him as no one is mure deserving of success than he The law partnership of C C Williams recently formed with El mgr Evans a young Attorney of London is proving a yery success speendidwithhisassoctate he pays him is that of which any I young man could justly be prqud L LOCAL Me Vernon had over twelve inches of snow Monday and Tues day A nice line of VALENTINE Post Cards and Leather Post Cards at FISHS CASH STORE I Judge L W Bethurum and brother Atty B J Bethurum have again formed a partnership for practice in the higher courts Bethurum Bethurum is the style of the firm Dr A G Lovell is opening a coal mine on The East side of town InIstriking a good vein will be a great relief along the coal lines since Mt Vernon is the victim of a coal trustJohn Johnson the negro who broke into C D Sutton Bros jatlatWade Brown brought him in Sat urday and turned him over to tfie authorities G T Johnson is having consid erable trouble getting his electric lights to working properly The defect has been discovered and as soon as the defective parts can go to Chicago and back everything will be O K James Thompson who was acci dentally shot last Thursday while trying to prevent trouble between Jeff and Robert Dowell is slightly better and there is some hope of his recovery Farmers wishing to recover loss es for sheepkilled or crippled by ogs must have the sheep apprais ed and file their claim with the County Judge within twenty four hours after the sheep have been killed or crippled Remember this fact farmers for this is the law Mr D N Williams a few days since in making chang with some one came in possession of a twen ty five cent piece made in 1877 On one side it only has the date andon the other side is letter IC handsomely carved From iisl erJeral appearance it looks as though it nvght have been held by someone as a souvenir If such be the case the origi M i wper can get same by calliuon Ur ViUianre Deputy Collector W T Short of this city accompanied by sever al companions has returned from a successful moonshine raid in Breathitt Ccqunty He captured about twenty moonshiners who were working their stills in the mountains It took the officers several days tQ complete their work and during the time they en dured many hardships Mr Short is a fearless officer and usually gets what be goes after Richmond Climax H J Mullins was here for several days looking out a location as he has sold most of his land on Crook ed creek He will likely buy the belongingLATER Just before going to press we were reliably informed that the deal bad gone through consideration i ISO Mr Mullins expects to move just as soon as possible Mr McKenzie willeith er go to the W J Spark pronerty recently vacated by M J Miller Jr or to the Joplin hotel next to Peoples Bank until he can build GOING TO WASHINGTON Con gressman elect Harvey Helm of the Eighth district will join the Hon W P Kimball of Lexington arid the Hon Ben Johnson of Bards own Congressmenelect from the Seventh and Fourth districts respectfully at Lexington next Saturday and the trio of new Con gressmen will leave on that day for Washington City They will spend several weeks in the nation al capital looking over the situation and becoming acquainted with their colleagues in Congress prior to taking their seats on March nextDanvilleNews A special from Pierre S D dat ed Feb 5th says Wesley E Banks and Robert recentlyfromate a sheep ranch were frozen to death on the prairie in a storm last Friday night Their bodies have been found and brought to this city They are being held for or ders from Kentucky relatives The menhad been residing on their ranch near Hayes If there was ever anyone in Mt Vernon Lofth-e parties above refcrurd toro one here has any recollecMon fit ffI tnt f omIMt VernonKyrs a nil t e t rtt I J rR You The Fence Your Spring II es 11 T v Are Yu tired of the same old styles adth same old fabrics season after season2 c l A Are you weary of paying fancy prices to a tailor without getting real clothes satisfaction and clothes comfort II Are yu anxious secure clothes for Spring that are different clothes that are truly tailoredclothes 4fek4 y that Fit Well and Wear Well and can be had without tedious waiting nail many disappointments clothes that mean satisfaction at a really moderate price tt v pv ffi thetfcytLet us help you off the fence on the clothes problem Come in and examine tho new Spring styles we 11ltII lif r many new and striking models the many new and beautiful effects in these truly tailored clothes t StS j If you want a clothing Change something out of the ordinary something that will be worn this Spring J tvfl thestyle centers of Amerjca call and look over Our line of these proper garments they are priced all the way 7 I j I up fromfthese famous 12 50 t t and 1500 Special hand tllored suits with the prIce on the sleeve Come early and dont stay on the tliTj f fence Ware ready tpsiipply YO1Withclothes that will surely satisfy Treat your feet with a new pair of t WK STAR BRAND SHOES 1 lf V In j You q will find in our new concrete building on Main Street opposite Court House Glad to t t 2 seeIIky 14ik 7 r 1 II tt = ifl M1VNMI I II I ii 2t r 4 II IIItIll J if e l Aniceline fT iLENTXNE Post Cards and Leather Post Cards at FISHS CASH STORE NOTICE You owe me and 1 must have the money Come in and settle 2 83t G T JOHNSON Quite a number of the ladies met with Mrs C G Williams on last Saturday evening and organized aI Shakespeare Club The club meet with Mrs J W Brown to morrow evening Jeff Dowell was arrested apd placed in jail Friday afternon asIthe result of the trouble with nephew Robert Dowell rep which was made our last rtofI Robert Dowell whose home is in Illinoismade his escape BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Enrollment since April I ign6 has reached two hundred and five Sevemyeight per cent of this number is now in attendance The School Orchestra is really a fact A selection from the opera Martha which will be given at the next recital which takes place two weeks from tonight The chorus classes are very large and much good work is be ing done Every student in the school sings and the majority sing well Visitors from out of town have spoken of the excellence of the singing and responsive reading our chapel exercises Miss Alexanders room primary won the holiday for the third time a week ago Inclement as the weather was 98 per rent of the little ones were present every sessionMrs von Ichens pupils give a recitaVtoday 31330 P M The program is given below PROGRAM I Chorus The Clock- JubrorChorus No 2 2 Piano solo Happy Farmer Schumann Miller 3 Piano SO bnad Mosz kowski Maud tithrr- e4PianosoloEveuing Song l y Qurlett Itobert Harry Miller j5 Piano splpvSpng jil thuv- tWordsMendelssohn it1r644 t r V i J B16 On 1 About Clothes c c l r to V V v us in in iqdThotiie Cora Griffin 7 Piano solo Loin du Ball Far from the Ball Duraud Anna Mae Miller 8 Duett Spanish Dance No 3 MbszkowskiBessie Sparks Leila Mae Lovell 4 MATIUMONIAL Walter Mullins then youngest son of R B Mullins writes from New Mexico that he is to be mar ried to a Western beauty about the IBRADLEYRxNNERMiss Mary Eva Bradley and Mr W J Reo r uer of the southern part of the county were quietly married yes terday at the home of the brides parents To this splendidcouple we extend our heartiest congratu lations fThe longexpected union of Mis Waddle and Mr RL lop tin will be cousuinatedFeb 7th ai the home of the brides parents judge and Mrs J H Waddle The bonniest bride and the cleverest groom that Somerset has seen dur ing the year will receive the con gratulations of their legions of friends and wellwishers Somer set Journal We understand that a portion of their honeymoon will be spent in Mt Vernon where the many friendsof Mr Joplin will have the opportunity of extending to them the hearty hand congratulations BRODHEAD R L Wilmott assistant cashier of Pine Knot Banking Co at Pine Knot Ky is at home forl few daysA C McClary and M C Albright were in Williamsburg Sunday calling ontwo of her society bells =E J Hammof Lebanon is with his sister Mrs L B Cable for a few days Mr and Mrs Walter Hun and son Louis of Lebanon Junction pent a few days here this week die guefts of Mr and Mrs Waster MillerA C Kidwellj of Lebanoi n Junction waS here Sunday calling on one of our best looking girls Miss Lyda Hiltonis visiting her sister Mrs 1H BttsoilMrand Mrs Ham iHon CollitrV of Lebonon led are- here the get sts of a fand Ms GranvillewwLna it J H Krue f i ger of Mt Vernon was Here aelMagei visitor of Miss Ethel Parker has gone to Livingston to be the guest of Miss Cora Adams for two weeks Mrs W K shugars was in Stanford shopping last Saturday Cashier and Mrs M B Salin were down from Mt Vernon visit ing Mrs Salins brother J W Hutcheson Mr and Mrs A E Albright and daughter Miss Hazel visited in Mt Vernon Sunday and MondayMrs Ellen Mahaffey has returned rom a weeks visit at Crab OrchardThere is more sickness in Brodhead than was ev er known at one time Among the sick are J G Frith H B McCla ry Mrs W E Graveley and two children J C Evans B R Wil moat Mr and Mrs Thcs Cher ry W J and James Owens Dave Hurt Wm Carlton and William Owens Grippe and measles being the priudple diseases Miss Willie Benton had as her guest Friday un til Monday Misses Bessie Sparks of Mt Vernon Cora Wright and Annie Fishback of Livingston and Saturday night she entertained very royally in their honor All present report a very enjoyapl- eeveningThe Master Masons de gree was conferred On P A Shel rton by this lodge Mouday night Miss Ada Wesley who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs M S Durham for the past six weeks returned to herhome at Liberty Ky Monday morning Miss Katie Cass was down home Saturday and Sunday from Mt Vernon where TIEvansthe property known as the lunch house on R JR street to the Robert Hicks property on Main street Chas Hurt is again slinging lightning at Sinks E R Gentry is in town on business ORLANDO Miss Helen Sir8l ton is vrsi tiug reltives hereOock Clifford has moved to J A Woods proper tyBorn to the wife of A J Reams a fine girl baby Miss Mat tie Owens who has been attending college at Berea is with homefolks for arewdaysRev Dock Lang ford filled his regular tm ni at the new church SundayThe protracted meeting was postponed until Saturday oif account of the badweather t VOID hl1TAL WRONGS L ZIII S Alum in food causes stomach disordersIts continued = use means permanent injury to healtht- jJFo11oving the advice of medical scientists Englandand France have passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making American housewives rshould protect their house holds against Alums wrongs byalways buying pure Grape j Cream of Tartar Baking- Powder CJ Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder is to be had for the asking 1 Buy byname Ro 31 Q V a b t rC Y p ET tL- O Ooo oHMOOOOO OIQOOOOOO 00 0 gDont neglect your cough 3 o 0 0g0 consumption 00 0 S And most of these consumptives might 3 0zYou know how quickly Scortf Emulsion enables to throw off a 0 iCtcougho 0000000000000000000o0 I 1 WILL GIVE THIS BEAUTIFUL PICTURE perfameThepenon ah fint wlllrttlt It li fruiU fruits another K RANKIN SOME STATISTICS ByJM1 Roe castle has a population of 15000 Counting five to the fam ilv would make 3000 families Supposing each family possessed two dozen glass fruit jars averaging 12 inches in height By placing these jars end to end it would form- a line reaching from Livington to Brodhead 16 miles Counting old and new broom each family is supposed to have three or more on their premises making in all about ten thousand These brooms placed end to end would reach from Mt Vernon to a point one mile north of Brodhead 7 miles Un wrapping the wire used in makiug these brooms and connecting it in to one piece would furnish wire enough to build a telephone line from Mt Vernon to Junction City IJi I 35 miles all the empty oyster I peach tomato and other cans used twelve months in the county were gathered up and placed end to end in a line the line would extend al most across the county from East to West or starting at Wildie would make a solid line of cans reaching to Hazel Patch If these cans were attached singly a string or cord to as many dogs and allowing one foot for canand string and three feet for dog and starting them howling along in one direc tion following each other there would be a string of dogs and cans reaching from Mt Vernon to Dan vile not to mention runaway horses etc It this novel proposi tim should ever be carried out it is suggested that this pack should route its trip through Lancaster so as to give our good friend Louis Landrum the benefit of the music alIt yelping of the purps and the rattleing ot the cans Of the flour meal and and ship stuff brought to the county every twelve months a path could be made by layiug down the sacks end toend that would reach from Mt Vernon to Stanford 25 miles During the year iqo6 the e pass ed through Mt Venon 91250 railroad cars These cars if put into ono train would reach from Knoxville to St Louis and have a fifty mile string of cars to spare It would require 4562 locomotives to move this big train and by mak lug a speed of 30 miles per hour it would require 23 hours to pass a given point NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED I was literally coughing myself to death and had become weak to leave my bed and neighbors predicted that would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I was induc ed to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took just tour one dollar bottles p to completely cure the cough andI restore me to gQod sound writes Mrs Evai Uncapher of Governortown Stark county Ind This king of cough and cold cures and healer of lungs is guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 c Trial bottle free vls WANTEDtMen and women in t each county as field managers to i represent advertise and distribute t 1sampleS of our goods Salary 80 iipermontbiP id weekly and cash danced expenses capital for experience necessary Position if permanent Address NORTH WESTERN CO pepotW C i ifiW bAir Chicago III 4 7f 1 BE THE FIRST to it tau for a writtomeonisaflitwiUcoston I alt to ot I roinc the and uk to lend ceutl omething that It cent a andIhave adver loc btulneu It It an end oriina1 wayofadver are to win tIe not money I uk to a for and the return JIfn and uk So it toUNLY that nelrhbor snd JNLb 10 CENTS I thaith at the chance I trust abso lately to faror for I it picture Dont let any ret of you but n madertiemnt for the and YIowri5 If youwrite AT ONCE sill aijo L nd present win to ii Teu1 If by too I c No A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats wha your liver dotes if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver makes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treatment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtst GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such timber as necessary to supply the 40Iacres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 prI5o per acre takes the bound ary Bor further information ad You ought to know what you wiIJIwrapper shown there in plain English Cas caweec is best corrective tor the stomaches of nabies and children Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist OUR LAST CALLAll person indebted to W M Hayes and H H Wood in account with Haye Wood are requested to call and settle same in some way either by cash or note By cash will suit us best We wantto close out the business of this firm and must do so All failing to comply with this request by the IS of Feb 1907 will find their account in the hand of an officer for collection We have tried to treat you right so please do us likewise Respectfully W M HAYES H H WOOD 2 I3t All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser De Witts Little Early Risers safe sure pills Sold by Chas C Davis The employes of the railroads of Salvador have gone on a strike for an increase in wages and as the result traffic has been suspended A liquid cold relief with a laxa tive principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers in the troat and stops the eoughthat is Kennedys Lax ative Cough SyrupSafe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE yOUi of anycase of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Bright s Disease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50CA and 100 BoftIsa efSaALw t 4 I T TIMrs Lauretta Hiatt is rumbered among the sick this weekMiss Deloni Boyd while riding very fastI was thrown from a horse though seriously hurt we aread tOS1Y is much ilJlpr0erl1 zzie Hiatt entertained crowd of youi g fllks SuudaMr 11 M Claiy ot Brodnead spent Satiudiy uight Hid Sundav wit h relatives here Mr P Hiatt of Madionville is visiting relatiu s at this place Mr Albert Fish oc Widie was over Sundsy Miss F ore n c Pritchit of Danville is visiting bet sisler Mrs eM Hiatt Miss Clyde Lair who nas been visitirg in Rowland for a few weeks has returned home Wedding bells are soon going to ring at this place IA VALUABLE LESSON Six years ago I learned a valu able lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Lid i then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them1 They please everybody Guaranteed at all druggists 25 r iMONLFtYE I LUTSSORESBURNRHEUMATISM Citizens and town officers of Cloverport Tuesday held up a Hen derson Roue coal train and com pelled the crew to sidetrack threE cars to relieve the coal famine there PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pill and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that thev do their work and fortifie your condition agaiust future troub drugstores le Entire treatment 25 ets at all Am better prepared than ever icF test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances or testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly 3 C FRANKLIN THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are const p stInge- specially those pntalniri2 Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDY S The Reel CloverBios som and the Honey Bet on every bottle 1Aum HON EYANITARPRKPA- RZD THI L O DeWITT ft CO CHICAGO U L A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM NO5Mo acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Pric3 2 bargain FARM NO Irhej tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 165 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ictc road These lands are located near the rash deuces of eorge Hines and George Go ch About 75 acresof ttiig lnlisbottom land and a gOc4 partof it is up land but level and is good farming land A bargain aOa par acre One thirdcashf the balarice ini one and two years t Why Refer to DoctorsBec- ause we make medicines for them VIetell them all about Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis con sumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust it Ask your own doctor The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years IAKde 1AlaoSARSAPARILLAI Wo have secret W0 publicS the formulas of all our modIcine CherryPectoral CHRONIC CONSTIPATION i CURED OJe who suffrs from chronic constipation is ia danger of man serious oilmtt tJ Orino Laxativ Fruit Syrup cures chronic eoost pation as it aid digestion and stiti ulates the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of these or gans Commence taking it to da and you win feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup doe not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Chas 0 Davis druggist Representative Smith of Ker tuck is wrought up over the fac that there is no provision iu the Rivers and Harbors Bill for the im provement of Green river CantMiss It So many ailments are purely nervous affections that you can hardly miss it if you try Dr Miles Nervine It restores nerv ous energyand through its invigorating influence Upon the nervous system the organs are strengthened The heart action is better j digestion improved the sluggish condition overcome and healthy ac tivity reestablished IODrMllesNervine Is worth Its weight In gold to me I did not know physIcianbutsleep work sit or stand I was nearly andtheNervmetakingtwoI began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure andhaveceived from these remedies and sev eral of them have been cured by It since I am fiftynine years old and yetANNA Lewlstown Pa yourdrugplatfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental won KSI Manufacturer oft and and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky jrodhead Marble Wrkf 3 ROHEADKYG- ranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B AT G T Manage K lKll ttart rFen iron U WmlutuinIetfmetIgtsst K ARJIt tMP IL CINCINNATI II Om JHM of froa Feoce ikoini it in 1ciliBJriieJGo caU Hi- Me IN ThILlsrI URruF THE UNTED STATuS FOR ThE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BAN TUCKY In the matter or Wm S Jore Jr On this 2nd day of February A D 1907 on considering the pelt tition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 2nd day 01 February A D IQ07 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 26ih das IQ07beforeI noon or as near thereto as praci cable and that notice thereof be published in the Mt Vernon signal a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at said time and place and show cause if jmy they have why the Prayer of aid petitioner should not he granted Witness the Honorable A M J Cochran Judge ofsaid Court mid the seal thereof at London in said district on the 2nd day of Febru afy A D 1907 Jos C FINNELL Clerk By Gao C MOORE D C LAND STOCK AND CROP J A Wood bought a farm near Otlando from Aoe Evans Pi ice 350 a The coal wave is general and all parts of the United States seem to feel its effects Zero weather has prevailed in the Northwest for the past seventeen days RISING FROM THE GRAVE A prominent manufacturer Wm AhrtwtllUI Lucaina N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters J graveMythe Diabetis stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me per manently for ithas already stopp ed the liver and bladder corn plica tions which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at all druggists Price only 50 cents oAs IO JABears the Signature of j k The W A CARSON PainterPaperhangerAgent HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALT PAPER 11001- MOUllDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M U MYERS IMtWorkJ OFFICE =At residence on Old Main St kuowu as the C C Williams residence PhONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONb AY NOON to TUESDAY NOON each week C Cj WilliamsI ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On 2rd floor 0I The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No S- oC3 MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer COmlJlete Robes ola kets Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky 5KILL IAN I wrill FOB BH CURE c COUCHNC II Dr King II I New DiscolOry 11 ONUMPTIOII IIDeBarest sad Quickest Oars for ill THROAT ad LUNG TROVB LJS orxpmnr BACK MlInIlCBttARjssesiiSstti =lJ i- Jb = etablePrcparationrorAs similating llicroodnndBcguIa ling theSloiaaclis andBowels r Promotes nigestionCheerful ness and RestCcmtains neither OpiumMoi pMne nor 1fincraL OT OTIC JlKtKofOUDrSMUELPITCHEn 4q1 SerI I 41xaWIS wl- rndtI6rifiM fl j 1nonness andLoss OF 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