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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l rbPublished Every Friday VOLCTME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 15 1907 NUMBER 21 1 tiew h LJ t il 1 16 J bl V Rt eeenttnteetteeeettetenttrtltttttt6tt IISfIif1I1IS tS gl 1 CROSS glSIIIRTS iu the EIBest for UpI w E toDate Styles E Patterns For w E Fit and Wor- ka w mansh1P = 50c roc 1 oU E and 150 each ww w srr ss t slit trIs- il t j 1 ui eru il i uI = rJDI4pJl tlttltftttlNlttlttlttllfttllfttttrflitlftlltS ttttttlcc STYLE 3 Gets the Business 3 O +o QUALITY 5 Keeps the Bus mess = RED ROSS SHIRTS = Challenge them call I We Are Slowing a Dig Line J of Shirts in Coat Styles also SilfciPongee p Mohair and Mercerized Maddi s in all the 3 plain and fancy ways T 3 CRACKER JACKS = 1W1 DOUGLAS Shops I Clothingrn I W STM Hats Like OldTime Religi ion Good enough for me good enough for = you good enough for anybody 100 cents g worth of value for ev 5 = ery dollar you invest in these goods I Tie Success of U C faker v is due neither to luck or for kno1edge1of e Rest assured we are putting E our best foot forward and will 3 F continue to show the largest and most uptodate stock iu all lines that can be found in 3 Eastern Kentucky E We do not quote prices here + = because it is well known that when IL G Baker makes a price its rightJA + i5pecar GrassWe5are = this Week tiili111U1iUiIi111iliUlllllUlUl iliJiiildtliillitliillllttitlt111i1 t US CAtJING IN DEPJT TIe Mother and Child Wait Five Days in Vain For the Father Paducah KyPenniless and thinly lad Mrs SalHe Crenshaw Is camping t the Illinois Central railroad depot ere patiently waiting for her hus and to arrive from Carbondale UL ess than Ui mile3 distant She has ecu here file days her seveuyearold on by her side and although the au horities have failed to locate the hus and she still believes he has not for alen her Mrs Crenshaw came to Paducah rom Carbondale where her husband las employed He sent mother and hild away promising to come the ext day She ran out of funds and ttaches of the depot have fumishel i Sod Bat she refused to accept lode ig sleeping on a bench TEN MILLIONS Will Ee Added to the Stock of Cum berland Tel pione Company Hoplcinsville KyAt a meeting ere of stockholder of the Cumber iml Telephone Telegraph Co this eing the home office of the company vhich is incorporated under Kentucky aws the old board of directors was eelecte with the exception of No 3axter Jr of Nashville who was suc eeded by John W Harr of Louisville resident of the Fidelity Trust Co The vacancy caused by the death of eorge IL Knox was filled by the elcc ion of V No Branford of Xashvllle To meet the demanJs of the growth f the business and to acquire new cperties an increase in capital stock rom 20000000 to 30000000 was authorized ICE BROKE IN THE POND And Three Little Cl ildren of the Widow Were Drowned Morgantown KyFew women have veen visited with misfortune in such a severe degree as Mrs Florida Lar nan who lives on the outskirts of the city Only a short time ago she lost her husband She has now lost all of her three children at once Tne tots aged three four and five years respectively were playing on the ice of a small pond during her absence in town where she helped to prepare din ner for a family when the ice broke through Their cries were heard by neighbors but they came too late to save the lives of the little ones FIVE RAILROADERS Residing in a Kentucky Town Killed Within Thirty Days Lexington Ky Ciuude Marshall who was killed in the explosion ofa holler at Colby Ky was the last of five rajlroad men of the little town of Sadieville to be killed in railway acci dents in the last 30 days The others were Jas Sullivan conductor on the Louisville R Fullon railroad Will Sher rUt engineer on the Q C railroad Will Covington conductor on the Southern Pacific In Oregon and Jas Kaley conductor on the O M in Ohio Killed By a Car Newport Ky Randolph Reuscher son of exCircuit Clerk A L Reuseher was struck by a car and fatally injure near his home on East Third street He alighted from an eastbound car and walked directly in front of a west bound car going at a good rate of speed He was thrown some distant and was rendered unconscious and was taken to his home where Drs Stine and Phythian attended him An examination developed that his skull was fractured Death Due To Heart Disease Covington KyAnton Graber aged about 38 died suddenly at a local bowl rag alley When the porter George irwin went on duty he heard a pecul tar noise Going to the room he found Graber on the floor In a dying condi tion and notified Dr Nelson By the time the physician arrived Graber had died Coroner W W TarvIn was no tified and held an inquest He de claret that death was due to heart disease Kentiickysroidest Louisville Ky Tne body of Uncle Jackson HI es wto was lOG year- old was takehvto Brandenburg for burial Uncle J con yielded to se nility while on a vlsRto his daughter Belle Wimp Hews the oldest negro in Kentucky and pi obably the states oldest native He was the father ol 15 children His m tier died 25 years ago at the age of 110 years DryDstricts Barred To Brewer Frankfort KyThe court of appeals in affirming the case of the Lexington Brewing Co vs the Common wealth from Boyle county decided that a manufacturer can not sell Intox- Icating liquor in a local option district Unknown Are Two Victims Middlesboro KyTtivo men were killed ina wreck on the L N at Wasloto A freight was derailed and nine box cars demolished The bodies or two unidentified white men have been recovered The men are sup posed to have been stealing a ride Sentenced For Two Years Campton Ky Richard Watkins of L Breathitt county who has been a fug live for some time was captured and tried in the circuit court on the charge of cattle stealing and given two years In the penitentiary rwHUNTING FOR TROUBLE Ive lived in California 20 yea s and am still buntin trouble in re swoundIlth7waYOfburuso a case Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes tnySlerracoun1tyNo cures every case Guaranteed lit all druggist 25 LETTER WRITTEN ey Mrs Shropshire Threatened Hei Competitors Who Caused Her Arrest Lexington KyIrs Mary Shrop shire hand xe ant ctitired wife ol A P Shropshire the noted breeder of Berkshiie begs at Cell e iUe Bourbon county was arrested at Padon charges of breach of the ptace and at tempted coerclcu of extortion County Judge Dennis Dandan fixed her bond at 3500 and she was compelled to sit in his office until 7 oclock before a bondsman was secured Two years ago Mrs Shropshire soH out a business she had conducted at Paris and in less than a year bought it tack paying an advance of 1200 Jerry Sullivan and G R Burberry who were her competitors Mrs Shrop shire llege3 unduly persuaded her to sell ant since repurchasing she has suffered unju3t competition it As a result she has made frequent demands on them for money sae al lees she has lost and It is saidad BurIsaid threatening if the money way npt sent her fo enforce her demand ajt the point of a revolver Financial reverses are thought to have uhbaV anced her mind j RODE ON ENGINE PILOT 0 And Crowed at Every Station asVthe Flyer Stopped f tLthi as the fast passenger train paSse through the stations On the pilotc engine No 101 sat a rooster evidentl enjoying a ride When the train stol teal at a station his highness wt ul stand up and crow as Ifto announc he arrival and when the train st rte e would sit down and busy himse1 s keeping on his perci He was fins Iy dislodged by Gold King the dSpo gent at Cecilian It is rat knew ow far the rooster beat his way bt or the present he will help to In cieaso the barnyard population of M King FRAUD INDSCTMENTS Have Been Returned By Grand Jur Against 399 Voters in Lexngton Lexington TryBy returning 55 ad litional inlctisents against person accuse l of fraudulent reistrattonth Fayette county grand Jury has place aI9 alleied illegal voters of this cit under indictment Tills number con stittue onetwelfth of the entire regis tend democratic vote last October The names of the alleged fraudulen voters were furnished to the gran jury by Attorney T T Forman a then her of the all Istory board of J TWH kerson the defeated candidate forthe democratic nomination for mayor DEFIED PARENTS Mountains and Sleetstorms Youthful Lovers Walked 40 Miles To Wed Whitesburg KyRansom Sexton aged 17 years and Cora Flanary bare ly 13 years of age fled 40 miles on foot across the Cumberland and Black mountains through a storm of sleet to Whitesburg where they were married by Elder John A Craft Sextons love for the girl began In school near Tacoma Va Their amours became so pronounced that the teacher dismissed them It is said Then their parents sought to take a hand but the young lovers eluded then and started on their long Journey to be wedded STOOD IN HIS LIGHT So the Annoyed Gambler Shot a Hole Through Kinkald Middlesboro Ky Turk Kinkald was shot and killed by John Ha dox at the Fork Ridge mines It IssaAl that Had lox was playing in a veryHnteresting ame of craps and KinKaJd was standing before the light sp H ddox could not see After teUln Kinkald several times to move out of the Ight IJaddox shot him killing him instant ly Haddox lied to the mountains Lumber Dealers Elect Louisville KyOfficers were elect od by the Kentucky Retail Lumbe NsCombs of I exlngtoriT iua declIne reelection was succet dad by C W rtoark of Greenville Ge rge L Tom Ilnson of Winchester wa elected VIC president to succeed Mr Roark whip J C Row Taylor seen etar and Henn Koehle treasure of this city were unanimously reelected Pioneers Fatal Slip Sergent KvMrj Join Day aer 70 a pioneer of this county while walking Across Franks creek on a fence rail slipped and fell to his death He was a gallant officer during the civil war Will Be Hanged at Russellville Bowling Green KyW R Fletcher and Guy Lyon who have been in Jail since May 1905 charged with assault upon Mary Gladden were taken tc Russellville where they will be hung en tlta 15th for this crime It will be a double execution Wrecked the Commissary Middlesboro KyAu explosion of two thousand and five hundred pounds of powder used in railroad construe tion wrecked the commissary of h Poplar Lignite Coal Co at Cheno Damage 2noo gardjngIWe are pleased to announce coughsoftedby the National Pure Food an opiatnwse recommciH it ns a remedy for I DaVlS JQ A jiff1rfor ahion blri peopleI styles Our Leaders We just received a large shipment of the American and the American Lady SHOES Manufact by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look jug for uptodate footwear dont fail callyand see our line GLOSINGOUT We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and 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 rwe sa Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before JIL jF KRUEGER SON I383 c3e3 x eDc ORLANDO Mrs Lillie Hundley was in Be rea Friday and Saturday on busi nessMrs Mamie Basterter is here from Indianapolis visiting her father A M Helton Joe Wood and wife are visiting relatives at this place J H Anderson has rt turned to his work at FordWe are glad to say that Mis Amv Clifford and little daughter who have been on the sick list the past week are some better Solomon Mason brother of Andy Mason died Tuesdayat his home near Pine HilLMrs Susan Clif ford is on the sick list this week Mr Casper the agent for the M W A lodge is at Orlando writing policiesMiss Allie Las well is very sick but not danger ously we trustMrs J A Wood is suffering with a felonFrank Singleton was down from Berea Saturday visiting homefolks Jack Laswell spent Saturday and Sun day in Berea Jerry Laswell and family will start for the Indian Territory in a few daysMrs Rachel Ponder was down from Be rea Saturday visiting her daughter Mrs Reams Mr Solomon Las well who has been gone for sever al months has returned Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol digests what you eqt and allows the stomach to rest recuper ategrow strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and as possible approximates the digestive juices that are found in the stomach Kodol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs and while performing the work itseli does greatly the stow ache to a thorough rest In addi lion theingredients of Kodol are such as to make it a corrective of ites action the otomach is restored its 0 normal activity and power Ko Kodol is manufactured in strict con Purde leadingdruggistt FARM FOR SALE Pinde two common houses young rchard13 acres good grass Pasture and coin land 5oacres Cheap at 35QFor info tion call on jvi MEADOWS pine Hr7t Ry p AHANDSOME SHOE all leathers all This is oneA have Gentleman to 33 assist oaw = BROOKE AD 1U1de Albeit Bower is very low of pneun oniaJno M ret of daysias ing the bedside of his fatherinlaw Mr ButnerMiss Carrie Frith visited her uncle Jerrv G Frith firt weekMiss Eliza Pike is visiting her sister Mrs Robert Hicks in Louisville Mr and Mrs G F Sutton of Louisville are here for a few days the guests of Mrs Buttons parents Mr and Mrs James OwensA C Mc Clary was in Mt Vernon Tuesday and Wednesday assisting Cashier M B Salin in the Peoples Bank Woodyard Owens is in Louisville pleasure seekingMiss Elor ence Tanner of McKinney is visiting her sister Mrs W K Shugars for a few daysW A Tyree was in Muhlenburg county last week where be closed contracts to erect two large buildingsW A Car son is assisting R H Harara in his store during N E Testermans illness Miss Maud Forbes is visit ing Miss Lyda Hilton in Lancaster B R Wilmott has returned to his former position at Lebanon Junction after being at home with rheumatism for two months Prof Oickerson will begin a select school at the High School building Monday next M G Dowell has returned fmma very extensiv southern trip through Georgia JIPikefiUedat Fork church in Madison county last Sunday Miss Ethel Parker ForbesI heIr HEWIt soothes the congested membranes allays information and thoroughly heals and cleanses It keeps moistt all the passages whose tendency is to thicken and become dry Cures colds throat troubles nparsness J hay fever stopped J1D1ij9C breathing through mouth while sleeping ofiensfve breath etc it is antiseptic and contains no them narcoticetrmsdUKhlbituSoldbf1 1 l J Established 1887 y gused guarantee MARETBURG Mr Bergin Lewis ofAshville N C is visiting relatives hereThe sick are Misses Judith and Laura McCall Ethel Brown Edith Dill ingbam Rae Hunt Rilda Chandler and Saltie Reynolds Mrs R E Reynolds was in Mt Vernon T e- sdayMrs J J McCall is visiting at Hazel Patch Misses Jalia Rey nolds and Alice McCall returned to school SundayLee Chandler en tertained Monday night with flinch and other games Those present were Rae Hunt Sallie Reynolds Berda and Rilda Chandler and Ju lia Dodd and Peyton Reynolds Lee Chandler Lewis McCall and Arthur Dodd Mr Willie Martin and Miss Allie Lee Houk were down from Mt Vernon Sunday Mr S E Chandler is in North Carolina this weekLee Chandler is spending this week with home folksLogan McCall was at home Sunday WE GUARANTTKB SATISFACTION- J A Bognen of the National Sign Co Daton O writes under nato of Oct 12 1906uNoseais the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get tlug the first real plasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not buy noteget Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube andbooklet by mail eo teats BROWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn ROOSEVELT LIKES SILER- A T Silef railroad commission of Kentucky 1sa man after the ndIbisministration The effective work done by Mr Silerjn Kentucky has not escaped attention here and it is not putting it too strongly to say that the President and the members of the Interstate Commerce Com mission will be very well satisfied to re elect Mr VSiler Compar refitJedforrailIrOO Jl MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Feb 15 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W BeckhamFor S W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Heud ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J 1V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafuon For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenault KENTUCKY JAMESTOWN NOTES Returns are expected from all counties by Feb io showing the exact amount that has been sub scribed to the 40000 fund sought hv the Kentucky Jamestown Ex position Commission It will be just seventy days from that datebe fore the opening of the Exposition on April 26 and the Commission has announced that it must hear from each county by the middle of the month Much interest has been taken in the canvass which started under the name Kentucky Jamestown week and it is be lieved a sufficient fund has been subscribed to erect a State Building and make a handsome display of Kentuckys products andre sourcesBallard County was the first to turn into the State Commission its entire pro rata of 15793 Chap Wickliffe is vicechairman of the Division of Finance for Ballard County The Fiscal Court of the county raised the entire portion Clark County has exceeded the quota of 20987 asked as its subI sciiption for the State fund BR Jouette of Winchester is county chairman and the sum which was collected by popular subscription was turned over to the Commission through Judge J M Benton a member of the Board There were over 100 subscribers to the fund in Clank county Mercer and Montgomery count ies are among those wnich have an nounced the raising of their entire quotas WWStephensou is chair man of the Morcer County com mittee and H Clay Mckee is in t charge of the canvass in Montgomery county- A unioue plan has been adopted by the Garrard county co mmittee to raise its share of the fund sought- hy the State Commission John M Farra of Lancaster is vice chairman of the Division ofFinance for Garrard A musical will be given at the opera house in Lan caster on Feb lAin order to raise the countys hare of the fund Home talent gave a peformance in the opera house at Earliugton and also at Madissnvslle to help secure funds for this movement One of the most active county committees is that of Adair which is headed by Prof WK AzbilJof Columbia ThecampaiSn for funds in Duviess is being conducted under the auspices of the Business Mens Association of Owensboro with Ceo IT Cox secretary of the organization in charge of the corn mittee Geo L Payne is chairman of the Franklin county committee which has already a goodly sum in Frank fort and vicinity to assist in briug ing about the erections of a State Building and the making of an exhibit at the Worlds Fair ProfC JNorwood of the State Geological Survey has the Mineral Exhibit well under way and cases for the display are now being made The Mineral lExhibitill probably be the first to be shipped to Norfolk All logs tobe used in the con ru tion pf tbqVOrtofRoonesboro iC JU u Kentuckys Building at the Ex position have been secured and the flist shipment will De made during the week of Feb 10fAn unusually attractive Forestry Exhibit is to be made by Kentucky at the Exposition Tnis is being collected by ColMH Crump of Bowling Green Director ot the Forestry Exhibits for the Expoitinn What has been done in Rock astleEd GRIFFINS MILL Feeding and woodgetting has been the order of the day the pa- stkJwee L Hasty is suffering very sereverely from heart trouble Emmett Hasty will move in a few days to a farm he recentlyI reuted from G B Sutton Pulaski sideDan Millers head ing mill at the X roads has been silent during the snowy weather P H Shutts has been sledding iawlogs to John Riddles sawmill the past weekO j Mulhns better known as Red the hu hug trader of Level Green was in o ir midst Saturday and bought of Elmer Cummins a sow and pigs paying 12 for them also five 100 pound shoats from J B Cummins paying 6c a poundW E Burton of plato and J M Craig of Quail drove a nice bunch of cattle tc Stanford Saturday to put on the market Monday Much complaint ii being made among the farmers about their meat spoiling during the warm rainy weather Say Bro let me suggest that we all fatten our hogs just a little earlier say have them ready to butcher by Thanksgiving or at the farthest by the middle of December I think by adopting this method we would have better and cheaper meat for we all know that hogs are easier fattened in warm weath er than coldW G and J B Cummius went to Plato Saturday on important business Elmer Cummins and wife visited relatives in Pulafki county Satur day and Sunday Casper Owens of Bromo visited the family of W G Cummins Saturday night Misses Grace and Nellie Owens daughters of A J Owens of Bro mo attended church at this place Sunday tRev Godbey of Pulaski county who was called as pastor of the Baptist church at Poplar Grove failed to fill his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday on accout of the inclement weather The families of P H Shutts W G Cummins and J B Cummins were the welcome visitors of M and Mrs Joe Brown Sunday where all spent a very enjoyable day The main feature taking place at the noon hour when ice cream and other delicacies were served Gains Cummins went out hunting the other day and saw 14 rabbits and out of that number picked up five ot them He says he dont like to eat them but he does like the fun of picking the cottontails out of a 12 inch snowAccording- to the saying of a number ofour old men of this neighborhood there is about 22 snows yet to fall this winter Gee Whiz What will become of the old cows Bnt cow or no cow we will have to take the weather as it comes While the snow hurts the old cow it is a great protection to the corn ing wheat crop during the cold frozen weather And I have been told too that a snowy winter is a sure sign of a good corn crop the coming season Say young farm er lets you and I watch all these sayings and signs and then we will knowand not have to take hear says for it While we have just been pittying the old cow on account of the 22 Wows that are yet to come lets think just a little about the hog and sheep arnt they thigh Why Sir Just ore day last week a man in this neighbor bocd refused to take 750 for a single ewe and said that he didnt believe he mould take 10 for her Now what do you think about that for good prices Mote people more work more hogs and more sheep and good times is sure to follow If young boys and girls could only understand how happy it makes their parents when they are doing well and conducting themselves like ladies and gentlemen it seems to us they would make a greater effort than theyxdo to avoid evil deeds and acts A greater part of the pleasure in this lifeto par ents is found in the success and welfare of their children going out of their home And muchof the misery is caused by waywardness and misdeeds of sons and daughters helb Y Record u COMMISSIONER S SA jRUCKCASTIli CIRCUIT IJI 1sEdgar Cummins Defendant By virtue of a judgment and an order ot sule of the Rockcastle Circuit Com rendered at the Decamber leim there t jocG in the aBove styled case I shad proreed to offer for sal j at the front lx r of the court house in Mt Venioir Rock castle county Ky to the highest anl best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day February 1907 between theen the hours of 9 oclock a ni and 4 oclock Jm being regular county court lay a credit of six months the following- described properto towit A tract of lan located on the raters of East fork of Skaggs creek in Rock castle county Ky and bounded as fol lows On the north by the lands of William Thomilson on the est hy the lands df O W Hrnsel on the south by the lando of E P Kirby and JohnJStok and on the west by the lands of John Stokes rnd known as the Robert and Martha Furguson homestead tract containing tot acres more or less For the purchase price of said laud the purchasesr must execute bond with a proved surety bearing legal intercstI from cay of of sale until paid jag the force and effect ofa judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C COBlISSION ItS SALE NOCKCASTIE CIRCUIT COURT Milt Ncwcomb Amanda Ballard and Martha Jane Lunce Plaintiffs- vs Notice of Commissioners sale Marion Newcomb 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 a m and 4 oclock p m being regulnr County Court day on a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of laud 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 II Al bright deceased on the east by lands of James Crawfords heir on the south by the lands of Jerry Pones heirs and Squire Popes heirs and on the west by the lands of R S Martin andcontains 9 acres se ond Tract The second trot is boundedon the north bhe lands of Pope heirs on the east by the lauds os W E Evans on the south by the lands of Rrummett and on the west by the lands of R S Martin and contains 17 the purchase price of said land the purchases must execute bond with ap procedsurety bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paidmul having the force and effect of a jndment But- hers will be prepared to comply with these terns G S GSIFFIN M C E C C COSUIISSLONERS SALE ROCKCASTLli CIRCUIT COURT w T Crawford Guardian for Lizzie Adams and Myrtel Adams Pllifs vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Lizzie Adams and Myrtel Adams Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1906 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day of February 1907 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclockI pm being regular County on a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of land located on the waters of Dicks river in Rockcastle county Ky and described as follows First Tract Beginning at a olack oak thence south 35 i w 20 poles to a whitfe oak thence south 59 E 65 poles to a black gum thence N 26 E 48 poles to a tone thence N 7 W 92 poles to a black oak standing at an angle of a fence thence N 86j E 34 poles to a hickory thence N i E 42 poles to a stake with dogwood pointers thence S 59 W 152 poles to a black walnut in an outside line ata fence thence S 41 E 64 poles to the beginning and containisr 57 acres more or less and being lot No i in the divis ion of Polly place and deeded to C W Adams by James Purcell andwife Second Tract Adjoining the above described tract and bounded by the Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard road until it strikes the Viena Whitehead place Bureingslinethe first tract that described above thence with line of sane to the begin mug and containining acres more or less and the same land conveyed W G Adams deceased father of the de MagrieShumate1893 and which is recorded in the Clerks office of the Rockcastle County Court Deed Book No 13 page 42 For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute boond withap proved surety hearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and paring the force and effect ofa Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S GPIFPINLar C u C C COMMISSIONERS SALE RbCKCASTL CIRCUIT COURT Bank of Mt Vernon 7 PlnV vs Notice of Coinniissiolier Sale J R Stucky and Jennie J Stucky Deft By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court thereofi proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court ipuse in Mt Ver ion 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 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regular County Court day on a creditor six mouths the following described property towit One house and lot located in the town of Livingston Rockcastle county Ken tuckYibeing the same lot where defend lot begins ata stake in Susan Mullins line and fronts 83 feet on ElmStreet anti joins Champ Cummins 127 feet to therightofway of the Louis yill Nashville railroad thence with the rightofway 83 feet to Susan Mullins with said line I2r feet to the beginningFor purchase price time purchase suretybearinglegalsale until aid and having the force and effect bra judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S QRIFFINy illcRcc i I IIWOO ZI ct 50a t1 IF 4b 3C JO J pL r3 3 e 3 BARGAINS Johl1S0nsPlace The Bargain Store 5 1 Is Now Ready For All Come in and see what you can do with just a little cash goods you need at the prices that all- SHOES HATS CLOTHING and in anything that is neces sary to make a home comfortable G T JOHNSON c Opposite Court House I I gr 7AkIis i kX 6 C rY J JI Jo 7jV A COMPLETE LINE IIIBa MERCHANDISE Remember that We fare thei1 Best at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE I Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware j and Queenswaare and Dryj I Goods WH RICH I jJ I Andrews The suit fact Groceries = o THIS MAY INTEREST YOU No one is immune from kidney trouble o just remember that I7ol eys Kidnev Cure will stop the ir ieulmtiec and cure anv cav of kidney and bladder trouble that is not Bajond the reach of medicine Cbas C Davis druggist A preacher came at a newspaper man in this way You editors do not tell the truth If you did you uewspaPerrIwould be a failure The ed You ere right and the minister who will at all times and under circumstances tell the whole Ian about his members alive or will not occupy his pulpit more than one Sundiy tied then 1i leaveeMown in a hurry The pressand the pulpitgo hand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues into big ones The pnlptt the pen and tbe r grave stone are the great saintmak ing triumvirate And the great min ister went away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work and told of the uasur passing beauty of the bride while in fact she was as homely as a mud fence Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expells from the system as it is mildly laxative Its guaranteed The gen nine is in the yellow package Chas C Davis druggist The Holladay AntiTug Bill was Teanesseepractically Senate yesterday Kentucky u I Ij IheU1Daltism cents That is what you get in a small box of De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills Nothing else so good for all troubles caused by im pure blood Sold by Cnas C Da vis leading druggist LAND STOCK AND CROP Si W B Green bought of Calmes Bros 18 cattle 1573 lbs at 5 60 md of VBAVoodyard of Bourbon ounty 40 cattle 301 lbs at 5 35 That the heavy snow protects growing wheat at present that the acreage is increased and that prospects are drigh was tbe opiuion of Central Kentucky mill ers as expressed at a gathering at Lexington W D McIntyre of Millersburg sold to the Pulaski Mule Company 15 head of aged mules at 180 per head He also sold to S T Berry an extra good pair of threeyear old mules for to Ed L Secrest of Nicholas 1350 a pair of 3 year old mules at Winchester Democrat CA SToaxaBears eignatara of Alho Baop Piles of people have piles Why suffer from piles when you can use DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else o good Beware of imitations See that the name is stamped on eachbox Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- eiIlnaturof wr fi 11D o C DZ rxi 00 i w f1 I RlNG OUTTHES fJlir iN THE NE That is what we are dong contiuall with our complete inline of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC and and keep everything Up ToDate B Ve are onVrin some special Bargains in WINTER GooDS Call and see them We can please you in quality and price Those who have not settled their old accounts bothI not come expecting credit We have to pay the peoples bills promptly Please remember this We carry a full line of GENERL MERHANDISE that is hard to beat But come and see for yousself We shall be pleased to show you Come we extend you a hearty welcomeS ACE HI ATTH- IATT KENTUCKY 4 YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to themen and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon fora period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres aa W L RICHARDS Cashier A B FURNISH Asst Cash Ili111911111ltitltII911lR1TG Willis Criffin 3 PRACTICAb3UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL 3DIRECTOR =Mt Vernon Kv 3w w = Stock Complete Can furnIsh on short no ==tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming =w- wdone Fine Hearse attached = ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled Phone NO 63 7lU1UUUU1UllUUllUU UUUUU1UllUU1U1UUUUUUUUllU BRING YOUR JOE WORK r TO THE SIGNAL IvIT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY FebIS 190 79 Call up No you want t0 SIGNALZ9cote with LI 0 ID1 n n cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p ir 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone Nei 58 Entered at the MtVernon Ky Postoffiee as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Alice Tate is on tht sick list Mrs D B southard is number- e l among the sick U G Baker is in Louisville this week buying goods Mrs R B Mullins is visiting in Livingston and Corbin Miss Maud Graham has recover ed from a two weeks illuess DrS W Adkins reports Mrs Raymond Dowell very sick Mrs Charlotte Jarrett is visiting Jalor and Mrs O V Jariett Judge J T Adams was in Crab Orchard and Stanford Monday W A B Davis is spending a few days at Somerset and Bumside Miss Virgie Dolan is visiting her sister Mrs R A Welch of this place Ebert Hiatt of rdiana is visiting the family of his uncle G S HiattMrs W L Richards and son Ramey spent yesterday in the city Davault L N brake man is spending few das with homdfolksClay has a job botching his run being between Louisville and Norton Jonas McKenzie mooed yes terdav to the Sparks propert on North Main Mrs Fred Krueger Jr after an illness of several weeks is able to be up again Charlie Lechleiter has about re covered from the injuries received some time a go Mrs W M Pointer visited her daughter Mrs R E Thompson near Crab Orchard E B Cox has been confined to his room for several das on ac count of his throat Mrs Khtie Smith has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs A V Soward at Barbourville Charley Denham sides son of Mr rnd Mrs M L Durham is re covering from his attack of fever Mrs C C Miller who has been very sick for several days we are glad to re r ort much better Misses Agnes and Nell Jones of Pittsburg werehere Wednesday to attend the burial of Mrs Han selMrs Susan Butner went to Brod head yesterday on account of tne serious illness of Mr Albert But neroE T Wheeler is here from Kuttawa We are glad to know that he is doing a fine business at his new location Mrs Nannie C Albright was called to Brodhead Wednesday on account of the serious illness o Mr Albert Butner Mrs Cleo Brown will leave tomorrow for Louisville and Ciucir anti to spend two weeks getting the latest styles in millinery Deputy Sheriffs TJ Nicely and John Robins Took to the Children Orphan Home Louivill the three Whitney children of Livingston Miss McIntyre of the Brown Memorial Faculty will leave to day for Cincinnati where she will oiu her mother and spend a week Miss Jennie Davis is proving a most satisfactory acquisition to this office As a compositor she is al most breaking the record Begin lUng last Eriday afternoon she has learned the cases and on the fifth day puv up one column ten point G C Fish returned Wednesday from a visit to his brother Judge J B Fish et Williamsburg and re ports hiina very sickmanTht stay of one month at Hot Springs relieved the Judge of his rheumatism but if anything left hint in a worse condition th m before as he is now suffering from muscula 2 congestion LOCAL viqristate J M Craig sold Stanford Mon dav a nice bunch of cattle at3 and S r ess NO ICE You owe me and 1 must have themoney Come in and settle 2 83t G T JOB NSOII All notices cards of thanks and obituaries will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Abso lutely no deviation from this rule MONEY TO ioANA few hundred collars belonging to a widow lady to loan on approved security For further iulofiuation call at this officeIWork of piking Richmond and Main streets Northand West ol railroad has begun Three cheers for the boardof trustees Let the good w rk go on Rev Campbell for one sear the pastor of the Christian churchat this place will preach at Buckeye Saturday afternoon Sunday morn ing and Sunday evening Kentucky will have fur hang ings today onehof the number being Jesse Fitzgerald tiih negro who jso brutally murdpreuIvr Broujihton at BarbonrviiJe CARD OF TIIANKSTO the people of Mt Vernon and vicinity who were so very kind to us during our recent sad affliction in the loss of our beloved companion and dear mother we desire to express our heartfelt thanks Z T HAI SEr AND CHILDREN A check for 87 drawn by C C Williams in favor of J W CroutcK er was given out at the Berea post office to a man by the name of Croutcher who torged the indorse ment of J W Croutcher on the back took it to the Beret Banking Co and got the mOtley on it The party has been located and more than likely before time of the publication of this article will be be hjnd the bars Nelson Buiks arid Robert Chaud ler the two young men who froze to death in South Dakota on Feb i were never citizens of this county Their homes were Jn North Carolina and about nvoyears ago while on their rorfd to the West topped off here ami stayed with thei uncle S E 01atJerofnear Level Green for several months The bogies arrived here Saturday afternoon but were taken on to North Carolina that night for buri al the brothers of the deceased boys having decided to go on after reaching this point HANSRLAt eightoclock Monday evening the death angel knocked and the spirit of Mrs Sarah Hansel wife of Mr Z T Hansel took its Right to the God who gave it Mrs Hansel was 57 years of age and her life a noble Christian one For three years shy had been a sufferer of that terrible disease consumption and as the end drew nearer to hand no one realized it more forcibly than she yet with that composure characterized by only the Christian she met death without a murmer On January 4 1878 the deceased was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr Z T Hansel to which union four children were horn Elbert L N brakeman Emmett sec tiou foreman for the L N at Lawnwood and Misses Maggie and Maud who are with their father The burialtook place Vednesday morning in the Mt Vernon cem eteryWE WANT NEwsOn a few oc casions we have heard of peopl- criticising the editor because cer tain items were left out It is not the policy of the management to lease out any item worthy of mention which comes to our knowl edge but unless people tell us we cannot know There are some who it seems try to make ita point to tell everyone else before the editor and then if it fails t appear ready to make some objec tion to the character of news which the paper has because the on item which this particular person wanted published did not appear and yet that party had passed the editor on the streets a dozen time a day and had told aYer one he its met except the editor Nevs is what we want and we will appreciate the kindness ofaln one u ho will Stop us on the streets nail at our office or call over the phone N No i9and tell us mica items as you inay know I rit r = t J It Iii l It I L1r qjI irfll i1 r t U Ac = Fence About Your Spring Cloths tIt uu ijSr fli t t t p rt l l Ill Are yon tired of the same old styles and the same old fabrics season after season t h l Are you weary of paying fancy prices to a tailor without getting realclothes satisfaction and elothesj m yconlolt7 ff t s Are you anxious to secure clothes for Spring that are different clothes that are truly tailoredclothes m cfl far thatr Well and Wear Well and can be had without tedious waiting and many disappointments clothes that mean satisfaction at a really moderate price t Sf lj Let us help you off the fence on the clothes problem Come in and examine the new Spring styles we m are showing in SHIELD BRAND Clothes Let us show you the many new and handsome patternsthe fU IiI1lmy new and models the many new and beautiful effects in these truly tailored clothesji If you want a clothing change somethingout of the sonletlimo that will l f yy3Jjt U up from 750 torgood lines at all prices including a splendid variety of these famous 12 50 t and 1500 Special handtailored suits with the priceitou the sleeve Come early and dont stayHon theIfence We are ready to supply you with clothes that will surely satisfy Treat your feet with a new pair of jSTAR BRAiTDSIJOESJ m You will find us in our new concrete building on Main Street opposite Court House Glad see you m y r ta f l l l j n 1 if J1j 1i14J rrl ts j M1YNNIi1l i otll t l 11 Y Y t dt ffil AJw rteyMr M A MICA r = t =Born to the wife of Hiram Hurd twin babies One of them lived only a short time The first mouth in the year has come and gone but George Owens hasnt he instill here making anti selling tombstones and monuments 2153tGeorge Owens the tombstone man put up a nice monument to the graves of the children of uncle Johny Flynn Brodhead It was indeed a handsome piece ofwork LIY1NGSTOK Mrs R B Mullins is down from Mt Vernon visiting Mrs Rome Adams Mrs Muilins and Mrs Adams will visit Mrs Luther Mul lins at Corbin Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Dock Oliver came dowu from Lebanon J unction Moniaj night to attend the funeral of little Herbert Oliver Mr and Mrs James Hocker are rejoicing over the arrival a hue girl baby the 8th1lrs Georgia MoClure of Mt Vernon attended the funeral of little Herbert Oliver Tuesday afternoonMiss Lela the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Argeubright hearda very quiet tap at the door last Fri day evening and expected to see her best beau rushed to the door very eagerly But my what a twentyefive or thirty young ladies an gentlemen waiting to be welcomed to her Surprise party An ex ceedingly good time was reported beeuveryJsome better at this writing Mr and Mrs Louis Bell were th guests of Dr and Mrs Childress thenoway to West VaMrs Dudley Rowlett and little son were visiting 114cGuire e fromaturda unto Mr and Mrs Rowlett will move from Paris to Lexington this week positiosn thadt place Mrs Sue Mullins and Mrs Susie Hicks are still oh thee sick list =Ch is Rice is down from Lebanon Junction looking alter the postoffice department The Ladies Aid s was reorganized Christi church Thursday r a = a z si= 5 fYou On The 111 UU 4 t striking I to of Wednesday last Will meet at the Christian church every Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Everyone cordially invited Dr W J Childress is quite sick at this writing with la grippe Mrs J B H yes is visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Quinn at Paris John Preston is spending a few days with his son George at COThinMrs W F Tubbs and children are spending a few days with many iriinds at this place Mrs Tubbs will visit her daughter Mrs Roy Mullins at Lebanon Junction before returning to her home at LaFollette TennMrs Eliza Southard aged 74 died Tuesday night of pneumonia She was a Christian woman and will be greatly missed by her son Jim Southard and her little great granddaughter Eliza whom she was raising a host of relatives and friends are left to meet their loss The remains were taken to the old family burying ground on Skeggs creek for internment Miss Ethel Hays returned from a visit with friends and relatives at Tellico last FridayRev Griffey is conducting a series of meetings at the Christian church Everyone cor dially invited to attendMrs Jas Taylor went to Pine Hill Friday to see her cousin Mrs Nelse Griffin who is quite sick ofdday night of croup Little Her bert has been the pride of his par ents for six short years But God couLd not spare so choice a flower so he took little Herbert home piecedone with suffering and sorrow rand is now holding out his little hands and beckoning to you both and little Risse his companion and playmate Well meet again how sweet the word How soothing is its sound Like strains of faroff music hoard On some enchanted ground Well meet again meet on the Ev er Green Shore Well meet again yes meet to part no more Well meet again the true heart dpea4 c lF When tfe toises depart And in the pleasing prospect seeks Balm for the bleeding heart In heavens serene and endless rest Secure from care and pain There inthe mansions of the blest Well surely meet again IQ L J L Davis filled his regular ap pointment at Providence Sunday Walter Elder of Etna Kv was- the west of his parents Mr gird Mrs Jacob Elder Monday until TtiesdayDavid Herrin and fam ily of Somerset have moved to his fathers E A Herrin of near beenIa Henry Scott and wife of Somerset are visiting relatives in this part James Thompson is reported worse at this writing TIlt report is tint eight or the Pitman family have typhoideverEld Martin Owens has been suffering consider bly with rlteumatismLeisP- roctor is numbered among the sok Jackson Scott bought of Miden Mitchell of near Vanes burg n horse for 4JWm Tay lot and Logan Scott were in Mt1 Vernon Saturday on business Elder Martin Owens has proba bly one of the oldest clocks in the county He purchased it in the year 1838 and is still in good run ning order Also an old coin made in 1783 He SpanishI old books A Harmony Gospel published by James McI 7 G Knight in England in the year 1756 Another published in 1761 by Daniel Whitney Paraphrase and Comentary on the New Testa EnglandtAnother by Daniel Whitney Paraphrase and Comentary of the New Testament late of the church of Sarum also published in England He has probably the oldtEnglish leaver has been in use about one hundred jears has been owned by him for forty years and still in good running order He is going on 85 years of hasbmarried 413 couples CASTOar A Bears EUgnature of A Z9f i j 1f5tt t fL it i A LJIA 1ff oiD wesei1 Ii r u1 iSJS1E 1i i 1 JA el1 Q mR 1 ti 1 TO GW PrcD 3l IP3 fI1st te une dmcrs at sea leG lwSaatnz t IoJraIIlMt Iil1 it1tgGthouaeS 8 To guard your home against the un Governi11hpiw co ipsls the manufacturers of baking r ocwilsr to print the ingredients on the label cf each can iahas m de tie label your protection r so tht you canav n trrBad it carefully if it does not say pcrc cream of tartar hand it tack and I Sap pkk4 I ROYAL Chanter BAK iBG fcw mR ROY M4baking powder a pure baithPtoafulness of food ++ oo+ooii ooo etfuiIIs your baby thin weak 6To baby 0 ISzeasily digested by little folks a zConsequently the baby that is fed on Z Scott J Emulsion is a sturdy 0I t 0checked little fellow full of health and vigoi ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND OOOOO oooooiI TELEPHONE RULES DONT use phone during thunder storms POLITENESS and patience over the wire are great aids to buisness besides showing ones raising a r quest is better than a demand DONT take down receiver on party line except when you are called or you have called for SOUR one else LiSTKN inH on line party line before ringing for another phone Aparty line means where there are two 01 more phones on same wireFive 5 minutes is the limit given to toll messages When line is used longer an additional cha1ge is made Subscribers tire to same time and should surrender if other calls come in They can call again vhen line is not busy DONT eavesdrop s often delays business When receivers are off the hook it simply 4kil1s ringing on line I WHEN you give Central or anyone else a call tell WHO and WHERE you are This is IMPOR TAUT CHILDREN may be allowed to use phone in presence of older people but should not be allowed to make a plaything of it- SUBSCRIBERS on party lines who habitually disregard the rules will be subject to having their phones stat off your conversation by saying guess who this This is simply foolishness Tell who YOU are and get through with your talk within a reasonable time so as to give others a show at the line When you get answer to your call dont shout abruptly into The listeners ear who is that but tell WHO you are and ask if its the person you called for Dont be a chronic kicker If you have trouble with your phone or line report it as soon as convenient to Central or proper party so as to have needed repairs made A phone is like a watch delicate machinery and at times gets out of order For goodness sake dont say J have been calling you for half an hour when in truth its been less than one minute Be reasonable at least let truth hit the high places when boosting it over the presumed rough road of facts Dont allow any unauthorized person to tinker with your phone Central is ready at all times to answer subscribers and patrons questions in fact means to be a bureau of information for their reasonable person will observe the foregoing rulsand thus facilittthequick and reasonable dispatch of business NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED II I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neigh hors predicted that I would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanksbe to God I was induc ed to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took just tour one dollar bottles Ito completely cure the cough and 7 restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Governortown Stark county Ina This king of cough and cold cures and heaIeroflUngS is guaranteed by all druggists 500 and Jibd Trial bottle free VANTED Men and women in each ounty as field managers to represent aditWeabd distribute samples of oirgopds Salary8o per month paid weekly and cash ad Aanced for expenses No capital or experience ssary Position permanent Address NORTH WESTERN CJ eIWt WC 338 Wabash Afe GWcagb Itt IAPOOR ORGAN the bile Thats what your does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomacbe dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens tile liver makes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aids doesent force Entire treatment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtst WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the wy Democrats are getting together to1suppostSend your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a year 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 wrapper Every ingredient is shown there in plain English Cas cawee is best corrective tor the storaaches 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 Hayes Wood are requested to calland settle same in some way either by cash or note By cash will suit us best We want to close out the business of this firm and must do so All failing to comply with this request by the 15 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 likewiseRespectfully W M HAYES H H WOOD 2131 All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers safe sure pills Sold by Chas 0 Davis The movement for a monument to the late President Spencer of the Southern railway among the employes of that road is progress ing favorably A liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers in the treat and stops the eoughthat is Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food aad Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease thtis not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do hot risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and f100 Botf MirUH UB TITUTK CHAcT DAVIS j IN rIlE DISTRICT COURT Otf THE UNITED STATES FOR TIlE SASTEKN DrsTRcT o KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In thematterof Y C BUJKNER A Bankrupt On this i2th day of February 19i7D on considering the pet tinof the aforesaid bankrupt for d schcirge filed on the 12th day f Feb A D 1907 it is ordered by the Court that a beating be had upon the same on the 26ih day of Feb A D 1907 before said COUI at Covington in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that no tice thereof be published in the Mt Vtrribn Signal a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said tine and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Hon A M J Cochran Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at London in said district on the 12th day of Feb A 1907I JOE C FINNELL Clerk GEQ C MOORE D C roLE IIOnYAdfAR Cures Celdsi Prevents PnnumoBla aJCUTS SORES BURNS RHEUMATISM 2 5 PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills ani Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that thev do their work and f nifie your condition agaiut future troub le Entire treatment 25 ctsat all drugstoresAm prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with IassesI Have all the latest testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Pot sit Coughs and assists in systernowels A certain relief for croup whooplnicOUjlh Nearly all other InolGonst Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Re4 Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee evezybottle leitsieret LAXATIVE lajaiAiriiauHONEYMTAR L DeWITT A CO OHIOAGO U ft A Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 PAM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negrp creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in theJ9uhty and will be sbld 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 ard springs and plenty of good stockwater Also wood orchard FAYT NO 58o 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 82l4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price i2- a bargain FARM NO i h tracts of land in one body consisting fS5 84 and 155 acres Ip cated on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Grab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the leSl deuces ofeorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres pf this land isbot tpmrland and a good part pf it is upland but 1evclandJsgoodf farming land A bargain at3 par acre One third cash the balance in one ndtwo ycara The Jar of- Couqhinq Er Hammer blows steadily ap plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years fie by 3 Ay or Co Lowell XmM 1 Also manufacturer of llJerS SARSAPARilLAI We have no secrets We publish tho formulas of allour medicine Biliousness constipation retard recovery Cure these with Ayers Pills CHRONIC CONSTIPATIONCURED One who suffers from chronic constipation is ia danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic eonsti pation as it aids digestion and stim ulates the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of these or gans Commence taking it to da and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Svrup does not nauseate or gripe and is ver pleasant to take Refuse substi tutes Chas 0 Davis druggist Tile bill giving the Government the right of appeal in criminal cases occupied the Senate Tuesday ff You Are Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their work well There is a lack of that nervous energy that gives them motion Consequently you are weak worn tt nerYous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not sufficient neKve force to keep the organs active and al low them to perform their natural functions Dr Miles Nervine restores health because it restores energyIdid not know what was the matter with nie I tried many remedies and none of them of any value I heard of Dr Miles Nervine I pro cured a bottle and before I had taken havehadgot this medicine when I did I con tinued to take it until I wan entirely well I have since recommended it to five of my lady friends and they foritOTTOISOyourdruggist hewillMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M analDGranite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon K- yjrodPead Marble Work sAOHEADKY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence DBATBRrGRrIttl i Iiitpoii aItl jJAR11I l1 Lrm BEE LICK 0 J M and M G Reynolds ourI hustling merchants are splendid trade GB Sutton will soon have his store house completed and will move his stock of gtx d into itMr Ashford Wilson i still on the matrimonial list MrI Melvin Owens U S Martial visited this place Tuesday Misstj Susie and Rosa Stringer and Ida Logsdon vreie the guests ot Miss Lula Proctor SuudavA wedding is expecned neat here soon Rev J L Davis filled his appointI ment at Providence Mr Alf Walden and also Other Delaney left Friday for Indiana Mr George Tnompson and fam ily spent Sunday with W D Thompson and family of near this placeMr Ranse Brown has been right poorly with the grip hut is better at thisfwriting Miss Myrtle Brown is visiting her grandfather and grandmother Owens near this place Mrs Belle Delaney and family are visiting Mr Dan Brown and familyMiss Onie Brown is visiting at G A Browns near this place A VALUABLE LESSON Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Jud i then began taking Dr Kingti New Life Pills md the longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at all druggists 25 The suffeeage bill drawn bv Ms Helen Gorg r and presented in th Indiana Legislature ging women the right tYyte all eltons am to hold municipal offices was re orted 110111 the Oommi tee cp Rights and Privileges witha rec omm mdation that it pass and th report was adopted by the House RISING FROM THE GRAVE- A prominent manufacturer Wm AFertwell ot Lucama N C re lates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less thai three bottles of Electric Bitters I graveMythe Diubetis stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has already stopp ed the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me fo vears Guaranteed at all druggists Price only 50 cents oA8 P0nX aJean the A Boutit W A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER nOOM- MOULJlSGS ETC ETC Let us tfiake you an estimate 01 work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS DentistMt FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on OldI Main St known as the C C Hams residence PHONE Np 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUES DAY NOON each week cc Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor o TheBankof Mt Vernon on Churc- hstieetSpeciaI attention given to collections Phone No 80 i CMcCLjjU- ndertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Ordeis by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky nf rQ TZ4A KILt1COUCHANDCURI THE IUNSW- LN 18coiQc IIC uliPTiONGooHS S 11 FTrW plIO- 50c 1OO j aunR an4 QUiCkSst OAT OureloraUj riWOJlft i oouu A geiableEreparalionforAs siniilating tticFcqdflndHegular ting ihcStomchs lsof 41T1 Promotes DigestionCheerlul ness and ne tConlains neither OpiumMorphine nor filleraL NOT TJ ARC OTIC JiKtpeafOULrSAKUELPtTCHEIt 11ls SJA- biSDUfIt I RsaId1jSdd 1ffnttrt d nmr i A perfect Remedy non to Diarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP t Fac sin te sgnature orfNEW YORK 0 t b on hlo J1 t1 EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER Iw CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signature I of 1r Use F Over I Thfry Year- sCASTORIA Tn c McKENZIE COM OME 1 IwillINotions CLOTHINGW- eI nIcarrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROOKCASTLE TO BUY Drug Stationey C gar Tobcco painty Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of CMfdren A Speciaffy SC DAVIS Prop PHONB No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY D QC j GRANVILLE OWENS i i IUNDERTA ER I I I Brodhead KVI q COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tale phone orders Promptly Filled