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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ePublished Every Friday D VOLUME XX8 MT KY FRIDAY FEB 1907 JSTJMBEK Jjk ilYo rAj1 e eeeisgeere 83Jt 11t1 11 11111 h ww REDCROSS w E 15I IBest the E World for up ww+ toDate Styles w rr Patterns Forww r Fit and Work w inansliip 00ww rndl50 each JJ f 1 A ouul rrh k t1n l ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 22 22 ur Lrc li J ildaee in o l II 111 STYLE M Gets the Business 3 3a QUALITY 5s o sKeesiness c REDCROSSSHIRTS 3 them s all =a t IVe Are Showing a Big line I of Shirts in Coat Styles also Silk Pongee Mohairand Mercerized Maddis in all the 3 F plain and fancy wav- yCRACKERI 3 JACKS I I I1 DOUGlAS S oes I KwaJity Kounts Clothing And STETSON Hats ti 3 Like OldTime Relig = ionGood enough for me good enough for you good enough for anybody 100 cents worth of value for ev = ery dollar you invest in these goods F The Success of U C faker ki is due neither to luckor for tune but to a keen knowledge of the peoples requirements Rest assured we are putting g- E our best foot forward and will continue to show the largest E and most uptodate stock in all lines that can be foundin Eastern Kentucky We do ofquoteprices here because it is well known that whnIVGBaker makes a pricef its right Special Glass Ware Sale E fMs nleekliti- liliUltitiliilfd6tliiEaLlillti 3 UUU1U1U1UUU1UU1UU11Uul U r = i f A BIB EHWRBE BEING RAPIDLY PUSHED WITH RICH PROMISE OF SUCCESSI GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION Will Open on March 18 For Two Weeks With Many Important and Attractive Exhibits Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of nrnimfacturiug industry tile Greater Louisville Exposition will open in the vast Armory of the First tte imeni in Louisville oil March IS The plans of the exposition company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was om dallY launched and when the organization of the exposition forces was begun With no idea of profit but with the purpose of showing to all sections of this great state what its metropolis can do anl is doing the members ot the Lonisvile Coijercial Club went into the exposition work and the peo pie of this anal all other sections of Kentucky as well as the South Southeast will find there much of anI ure and of profit Toe awakcnln Loulsviile has been evident to all lov ers of Kentucky and now Louisville Is making ready to entertain all Ken tucky in particular and all other pea lle in general besides at the same time showing what she has accom ilished Louisville occupies the first place in fay lines cf manufacturing ialustry e5de3 being very near the top fa vty many others From all these lines there came at the rail of the e iostfn company hundreds of exI A T MACDONALD President cf the Greater Louisville Ex position Company who first proposed the Exposition plan position workers who gave of their time their thought and their labor to fining the vast building with the elaborate exhibits which will be seen there from March 18 to 30 Fcremo3t among the many iud tries in Louisville stomas the tanning trade with its allied lines There are thir teen immense tanneries In Louisville and these furnish leather to scores of manufacturing plants requiring leather as raw material Those In Louisville who know have declared that Louis vile leather represented in the Great er Louisville Exposition will furnish deep surprise for exposition visitors In the manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons Louis ville takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out a wonderful array of laborsaving de vices for the planter while an immense wagon factory the largest in the world ships its products notf only north south east and west throughout this broad land but to other countries as weal Millions of yards of cloth in varied textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories in Louisville Within the past decade Louisville has taken r recognized position as one of the prim cipal centers In the manufacture ot clothing There is no city in the union vhere Louisvillemade garments are not worn In shoes shirts hats and other anti cles of wear Louisvilles manufactur- Ing interest Is very great There Is no doubt that Louisville could well supply herself with wearing apparel were she cut off from communication with outside markets It will be of vast interest to the people of this section to see what the greatest manufacturing city of the state can do for her self and for hers In the manufacture of fooI products no less than that In the other neces caries of life Louisville stands out as a preeminent center All Kentuck laDs and especially those in this section will be interested in the exhibits- to be shown In the Greater Louisville Exposition for Louisville largely supplies them with their food products The Greater Louisville Exposdtioa Company has invited the people of Kentucky to go to the exposition and the railroads serving those people hay established a rate of one fare for the round trip during the exposition period The Lee Line Company and Louisville Evansville Packet Company leave made a rate ota fare and a third in cluding meals and stateroom for the same period while the IxniisYlH Cincinnati Packet Company has ian nounced that the rate will be one fare for the exposition period exclusive of meals and stateropm and the expo sition company offers besides the Interest In the exposition two daily eon certs by the famous band of the Near politah bandmaster Creator and other cc eJIentfeature3 for he ioji admission jateof twentyfive ceatL Two barges were wrecked off Highland Light Mass during a storm Mooday tnd six SMmenloJRt their lives iI SAYER8 rMr editor dont think Sayes is scratched off the map just because 1fillmgcausing the farmers to begin to hustle In all directions you may hear the merry shouts of the boys as they sally forth to battle with briars and bushes while the flthIsn send If anybody needs measles come around we can furnish them too cheap to mention Most every body has them hereJames Thompson who was accidentally shot a few weeks ago is reported convalescentAsingIng school opened at Union church Sunday lastMiller Bros have purchased several tracts of timer and will place a heading mill near John Craigs It seems only a matter of time when timber in Rockcastle will be goneHamm f Sayers are tunning their mill near hereSam- Sayers is among the sickMrs Sarah Sowder is suffering from cancerJ W Thompson better known as Crook has mysterious ly disappeared Any information as to his whereabouts orany in ducement offered him to return will be considered asvah unfriendly act by the whole neighborhood Jack Sutton has been in this section buying hogs O F Hamm is erecting a house on his farm near hereW H Owens the Spi ro merchant is doing a nice busi nessAmOng those attending court in Pdt Vernon Saturday were Benn Albright Jane and Isaac Herrin H Po Davis and Willie Logsdon Miss Edith Dillingham of Martthurg was the charming visitor of Miss Alza Brown Satur day and Sunday Miss Ollie and Rosco Williams attended singing at Freedom Sunda L1Jbe singin school at Freedom church conducted by Prof Dodd is progressing nicely The only trouble is lack of attendance It does seem that people would take more interest in this very important part of relig ius worship it seems to me that if it will be possible to enjoy out part of the rejoicing in heaver more than another it will be tht singing Think if our souls thrill and our hearts overflow with joy and thauksgivingto God when we hear the beautiful songs oi earth what must our feeling be highbeginsgreater effort to cultivate this won derful talent that God has given to the rich and poor alike Nothing will relieve indigestion digestantKodol lows the stomach to restrecuper ategrow strong again Kodol it a solution of digestive acids and as possible approximates the diges tive juices that are found in tht ntomach Kodol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs and while the work itseli does greatly assist the stom ache to a thorough test In addi tion the ingredients of Kodol are such as to makeit a corrective of the highest efficiency and by its action the otomach is rtstored to its normal activity andy power Ko contormyChasFARM FOR SALE For sale one farm located bet wee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring two common houses young orchard 131 acresgood grass Pasture and corn land informaIPine Hill Ky ITI willof the late Count John A Creightbn filed at Omaha Monday makes large bequests to charity WE GU RANTTEB SATISFACTION J A Bognen ofc the National Sign Co Baton 0 writes under nato of Oct 121906 Nosea Is the only preparation t have ever used that relieves m v affection so speedily and pieasaaUyi I am get ofbreathingsince I cpntratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not buy my tube ofo osena if I coulnotget another Buy Nosena froth Ybackandbookletby mail eo cents BR W Ml alYAC URINC1Co- St Iopi Mb St Greenville Tens rA OoT fortrshionahlepeople vrJ VERNON Challenge I performing AI Our Leaders We have just received large shipment of the American Gentleman and the 11 American Lady Manufact M ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev orrAMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look ing for uptodate footwear dont fail to call andsee line i LOSING OUT Wa are closingontovet 2000 pairs of brands of Shoes new and good in or otberimake room for Spring shipment on we save you 25 to 75 per cent We through our hats but mean just we sa Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get prices and we will you that we are selling Shoes than you were ever able to buy them before cc F KRUEGER SON 1 PINE HILL Wheeler Meadows who 4ias been sick for some time is slowly im rovingThe little son at James Gibson is very low with consum- ptionElmerand Steve Carpenter have returned to Lebanon Junction alter three weeks visit to their parets Nellie cFerron of the Brown Memorial School is spend ing this week with her parents America McWhorter of Brod head is the guest of her cousin Myrtle Creech Rose McFerron spent last Thursday with her brctber R L McFerron at M- tVernonWill Doan of Lyons visited his parets here Sunday Frank Myers of MtT Vernon spent Sunday with friends here Mrs Emma Griffin who has been sick for some time is able to be up againJosh Lunce of East Bernstadt is with homefolks this weekWill Cottongim of Leba non Junction spent part of last week with family hereMiss Louana Vaughn of Congo is guest of her brother Jarvis thi- sweekLC Falin was down from Mt Vernon Sunday Uncle Geo Doan has the grippe Miss Virgie Dolau is visiting her sister Mrs Welch at Mt VernonMrs L B Hilton is at Brodhead attending the bedside of her grandfather Sarah Morris visited in Orlando last Saturday Charlie Bond was in Mt Vernon on business Tuesday NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED uIYias 1it nylCQuBbingmse1f to death and had become too wear to leave my bed and neigh bors predicted that would never leave it alive but they got fooled for tkanksbetoGod I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took totir one dollar bottles to completely curethe cough and restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Evji Uncapher of GoverD rtown Stark county Ina This rgkOCoJighapdc ld cures and healer lidiijs is guaranteed by all drnagists5oc and too Trial bottle free ci l o x lww Nil If tAlllif tZ Established 1887 SHOE all leaTers lallstyles This is one I a SHOES St our our can talking our convince cheaper j r t r f a his the r l r h rs- racss HUNTING FOR TROUBLE ive lived ui Cilifornia 20 years andiSm still hunting for ironble in the way if horns sores wounds ofipilesw nt quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Alleghany Sierra coun ty No use hunting Mr Walters it cues every case Guaranteed by all druggist 25 WILL 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 andstops the eoughtbat 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 opi ates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist iGREATER LOUISVILLE 1 J1tQNOHEFAREFORRDUNDTRIPBYRAILQRRiVER IMAR I83OT MfflcWernmentExh blts And othertirlt A1if mQU RROOSEVELT PRESIDENT 1111 BUTTONI INDU- STRYIIiiiiI 1BA 251IA LETS YOU If SEE IT ALL I ARTAND jltERftTUrE 6 turtlmrt fl MT VERNON SIGNAL1 1907IFRIDAY Feb 22 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known oti application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W Bcckham For GovernorS W lInger For Attorney General John K Heiul ricks For State Superintendent ot Schools lL O Vinfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubertTree land For TreasurerRuby Lafoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Cheiiault IF some day a newspaper man should print the contents of his waste basket there probably would be a riot says an exchange There would he trouble in many homes arrests in some directions shot guns in others trouble all around But the patron of a newspaper nev er sees the waste basket He only glances at the printed pages com plaining if one letter in fifty is up side down growls his disappoint- m nt if one name in five hundred happens to be spelled wrong frowns because the editor dont take his advice about publicly warning his neighbor about keeping snow off the side walk and is generally disgi untied not so much at what he finds as at what he fails to find He knows his share of the waste basket but if he could have oue look at the contributions made to that receptacle by his neighbors and friends he would thank God for the existence ofamanwith sufficient intelligence and courage not to print all he knows and to temper even that he does print Dont laugh at a boy who mag nifies his place You may see him coming from the postoffice with a big bundle of his employers letters which he displays wi th as much pride as though they were his own He feels important and looks it but he is proud of his place He is attending to business He likes to have the world know that he is at work for a busy con cern The boy who says we identifies himself with the concern its interests are his He sticks up for its credit and reputation He takes pleasure in his work and hopes to say we are m earnest The bov will reap what he sows if he keeps his grit and sticks to his job You may take oft your hat to him as one of the tutuie solid men of the town Let his employer do the right thing bv him check him kindly if he shows signs of being to big for his place counsel him as to his habits and associates and occa sionally show him a pleasant pros pect of advancement A little pride does an honest boy a heap of good Good luck to the boy who says nw POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Republican State Central Committee has named June 26 as the time for holding a convention for the purpose nominating can didates for State offices The State Attorney General of Tnnesscebas been instructed by a committee of the Legislature to prepare an Opium on the validity of the scheme proposed by which the State would insure its citizens against fire losses Tile Postoffice Appropriation Billhas passed the House All the salarieso1 iTJe postal employee that weteruled Out on points of order Tuesdiiy were restored by the Corn mijiee on rules and adopted by the Bouse cOia vote of 42 to 28 the Senate fte down the resolution to unseat vtjenator Stnoot ofUtab lughteen Iotes were paired one member was absenrand Mr Smoot himself did not vote Three Democrats voted for jJLr Stnoot one was paired in his favor tnd nine Republicans votedagaiust him I rT The Naval Appropriation Bill carrying too 727 was paedJ y the Senate All the cotmnutee amendments were agreed to The senate passed the Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Bill carrying a total 92720412 Alt thej committee amendments were agreed- to The bill fixing high license for saloons in Indiana narrowly escaped being killed in the House the being only one vote The final majj of the bill depends on the which absentees cast their votes when the bill is put on its passage The friends of Hon Jesse Alver son of Lincoln county are making a strong pull on him to make thll race for reelection as Representa tive from that county It is en likely that he will acquies e and should he agree to do ro will be a strong man in the race GEO L WILLIS TO BE PRI VATE SECRETARY OK HON HARVEY HELM The many friends here of Mr George L Willis are congiatula ing him upon the announcement that he has been named as the private secretary ot CongressraHii elect Hon Harvey Helm who was elected to succeed Hon G G Gil bert in the Eighth district In view of the fact that at the present session the compensation ofsecre taries for the Congressmen was in creased from 1200 to 1500 pel annum Mr Willis is especially fortunate in the time of his selec tion For many years he was engaged in newspaper work in Louisville and was one of the best known Frankfort correspondents to the city dailies For nearly two yeaTs he was associate editor of this pa per and his reputation as a news paper man known throughout the state For the past ten vears he has been a member or one Of the secretaries of the State Boardof Equalization Those who know Mr Willis and are familiar with his attainments feel confident that Mr Helm made a wise selection Shelby Record NEWS E M S Petitions asking albcal oj3tion election in Daviess county and the city of Owensboro have been filed with the County Judge Owens boro has over forty saloons Here is what one of Mr W J Olivers home papers think of his entire ability to build the Panama Canal The people who believe Oliver cannot build the canal would believe itif they knew Oliver Knoxville Journal and Tribute Governor Beckham has received a communication from Gov Claude A Swanson of Virginia in which Gov Swanson requests Gov Beck ham to take no further action on his requst for a requisition for Rice W Johnson Sheriff of Bell county and his posse charged with the killing of John Lee at Rose Hill Lee county Va Aug 9 1906 while arresting Frank Ball a fugi tie from justice who had takei refuge in the house ofhis father Sheriff Ball ofI4ee county Va Bishop Hibler Bro sold to Walker Buckner 49 75opound yearling cattle for 28 per head They shipped to the Cincinnati market a car load of butcher cattle that cost 4 r 2 cents per pound and one car load of225 pound ha s cos ting 6 I 2 cents per poundfParis Kentuckian IAt theauule sale ofThomas Dun ar Midway Friday foity eight Ipaitof yearling mules twoyear Spring brought an average ot 33610 a pair two pair of four year olds brought 405 a pair In the history of organ izajiotf 1this country no one of them has ever grown so rapidly and Vubstant ialjy and fro uts to thy so hopeful and potential a future as thc Fqrm ers Union Its njmbeiship in eludes nearly a million actual and bona fideagnculiurists in the South and west and in the Middle States Winchester Democrat Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expells from the system as it is mildly lax atIve It is jjuaraiitaed The gen uine is in the yellow package Chas C Davis druggist GREAT BARQAINFbrsale 198 acres land onvwaters of Rquhdstqne creek near slate tunueL No im proem nts and only such tmb ta5necessaryto supply the necessary use on the land 40 aces ridge lahld and level Would make an ideaistock farm 29- 7rt5Operae takes the bound afy Ijpr further information ad- dressR Ji f jioni Mt1ter DAAiXyQrtbisofflce r CoM1IIssfouuILs SALK ROCKCAST1BCIRCE1T COURT Martha Furguson Etc lPlaintiff vs Notice of Gmmissicmers sale Edgar Cummins Defendant By virtue of a judgment and an order of sale of the Kockcastle Circuit Cowl rendered at the DecUnbcr term thereof 1006 in the aBove styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in MtVernon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day ebrunry 1907 between tlieen the O9 oclock a mand4 oclock p in being regular county court day on a credit of six months the following described properto towit A tract of land located on the waters of East fork of Skaggs creek in Rock castle county Ky and uuded1S follows On the north by the lauds of William Thomilson on the east by the lands of O W Hrnsel on the south by Johul3tokesIas Martha Furguson homestead tract con tainiug 201 acres more or less the purchase price of said land the IFor must execute bond with ap havIingBidders will be prepared to Comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Milt Newcpihb Amanda Ballard and Mariha Jane Lunce Plaintiffs Notice of Commissioners sale Marion Newcomb Squire Newcomb atid Julia Ann Simpson Defendants By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court redered at tIle 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 l oclock p m being regulnr Count Court day on a credit of six months the following described property to wit Two tracts of located in Rock castle county Ky near Brodhead and bounded as follows FirstTractThe first tract is bounded on the north by the lands of J H A- lbright deceased on the east by hinds of James Crawfords heiron the south by the lands of Jerry 1oues heirs and Squire Popes heirs and on the west by the lands of R S Martin andcontains 9 tlcresSeooml Tract The second tract is bounded on the north bhe lands of Pope heirs on the east by the lands os W E vans alt tile south by the lands of Brummett and on the west by the lands of R S Martin and contains rj the purchase price of said land the purchases must execute bond with ap procedsurety bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judment Bid ders will be prepared comply with these terms u s GSTFFIN l1CR c c COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKC TLKCIFCUITCOURT T Crawford GuardiaiTfor Lizzie AdamsandiMyrtel Adams PllTs vs Noticepf Commissioners Sale Lizzie Adanisahd yrtelAdams Dcfts By virtu 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 dopr of the court house in Mt Venon Rock castle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25 day of February 1907 b tween the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p in being regular County Court day foUuwingde5cribed Two tracts of land located on the waters of Dicks river in Rockcastle county Ky and described as follows First Tract Beginning at a alack oak thence south 35 yz w 20 poles to a white oak thence south 59 E 65 poles to a black gum thence N 26 K 43 poles to a stone thence N 7 W 92 poles to a black oak standing at ail angle ofa fence thence N 864 E 34 poles to a hickory thence N IE 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 coiitainig 57 acres more or less and being lot No I in the dins ion of Polly place and deeded to C W by James Purcell and wife Sec ml TractAdjoining the above described tract and bounded by the Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard rorftl untilit strikes the Viena WlriteheacL place Borcingshuetilt first tract that described above thence with line of same to the beginning and contnininingoacres more orless and the same land conveyed to WG Adams deceased father of the de MaggieSlnt1893 and which is recorded in the Clerks office of Rockcastle County Court in Deed Book No 13 412 = For the purchase priCe ofsaid land the piTrchaser must execute boond with ap proved surety beatiimglegal interest from the dajvof sale uiS til paid and having the force and effect ofa judgmenl Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms GS GRIFFIN CRC C COMailSSlONERS SALE ROCKCASTLCIRcUIrCOURT Bank of Ne Yenixiji Plff Vs Notice of Commissioners Sale J R Stucky and jeiinie L Stucky Deft By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December team thereof 1906 in twe above styled case I 51iall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest antI best bidder at public auc ti hOl Monday the 25 day of February 1907 between the hpiirs oft oclock a regularCountymonths tlie following described property towit One house and lotlocated in the town of Livingston Rockcastle county Keu tucky being the same lot where aefeud ant lived sdid lot begins it a stake in Susan Mnllins line and fronts 83 feet on Elm Street and joins Champ Cummins 427 feet to Uieightbfwayof the jLpuis therightline thence with 121 feet to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser suretyJearingsale untilpajdarid ha1l1 the force ahd ffe Ct 0 a l en Bidders will be prepared t4onplywiththesethrm s G s GRIFFIN M CJl c 0 J J 1 I 6 00 Z I C 0 OJ Ic 1 IF i i 1r= t r1 BARGAINS i 2 Johnsons Placejf j tJ The Bargain Store Is Now Ready For All I Come in and see what you do with just a little cash The goods you need at the prices that suit all- SHOES HATS CLOTHING and in fact anything that is neces sary to make a home comfortable i G T JOHNSON Opposite Court House f BARGAINSJ =T v vr- r j ZT t Lp t4QIYJ PLEWINE IORaI Best at the LOWEST Prices i I A FULL LINE Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware I and Queenswaare Groceries a nd Dry Goods I W H RICH IAn eVs r FREE can I I From Isaac Shelb Jto J C W Beci ham ALL OF KENiuercs GOVERNORS The First Time Been PublishedFREE I KentuckyGovenoraandtucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures In a perwianent form theyJiavc been arranged In a group in an ciptodate Atlas showing K ntucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents of the United States Rule i and flags of nil rations steamshiproutes data history of the RussoJapan iur also late maps of the Umted51ates Tan ama Caiml Eastern and Western cports of the last census and much other historical information P This unique end valuable Alias Is FREt to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a fu years subscription y mail or Jzorf for six mouths subscription Understand that th se rates are by mail cmly and that the subscription by agent is cent per week The Evening Post publishes Fix ormnor ctitiqns daily and the latest edition is sent to eacqre d according to the time that i will react them The Evening Ppst is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports For ail te people and against the grafter Independent always For he Home v ulfy SnfntU3 ffuat LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paaer ADJO1Nit COUNTIES f Judge Jarvis will call a special term efpretheelose of tljfs regular tertnof several weeks and yill re qilcstGdv Beckham to appbint a specialju JgetohQld the Mt Ver ripnycourt One P9i familiar with the requirements of the Pulaski drcuhcorttcanbave no exception of the amountqf business that finds its way tothe dockets There are 214 cominpo law actions appearing on the docket of this tenn besides 275 QommonweaUh cases and 226 equlty cases Judge Jarvis is a will ing worker and is determined to do all he cntocoiywith the law which was passed ior the relief of such conditions in certain circuit courts of the stateSomerset Journal Piles people tiave piles Why suffer from piles when you can use De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Beware of imitations See that the name is stanped on each box Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist GASTORIAPor Infants and Children Tlu Kiif You Han AlwauBmlii I rot Kentucky rku I I m cC en 2 vJ I VI y ro VOu I V r 1illijThat is what we are dong coiitiuall with our complete DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC andm and keep everything Up ToDate flI Ve are offering some special Bargains in WINTER GOODS Call and see them Ve can please you both quality and price Those who have not settled their old accounts should IIin come expecting credit We have to pay the wholsale bills promptly Please remember this carry a full line of GENERL MERHANDISE that to beat But come and see for yousself We IIfwebe pleased to show you we extend you a hearty welcome IjlA C HIATT t KENTUCKY YOUR BANKING No matter how small ao mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remem ber we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres ttttttttfltet1tttttt W L RICHARDS Cashier A B FURNISH Asst Cash tlttttttfer fer fer t fer U JIll t r Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERAND = 3FUNERAL DIRECTOR 3Mt Vernon Ky 3 = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no ZZ SET tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming ra Edone Fine Hearse attached 3 ORUERS by wire Promptly Filled = = Phone No 2- iiUUUUiiUUUiiUiUlUUUUUUUiUliUUtUtitilUUUUUIiUiiiE BRING YOUR JOF WORK fTO THE III JtS t A i SIGNP R MT VERNON SIGNAL MTNzeClllWQ up ot No to SIGNALZ9cote with I NASHVIUC n R cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p IT 21 South 1220 a m TAS LAiD UM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice us secondclass mail mutter PERSONAL ryMrs Hiram Herd is improving slowly Emma Davis has a severe attack of grip Miss Mattie Baker is suffering from grip Mrs Von Eichen has been very sick this week Mrs J T Proctor is numbered among the sick Little Ruth Laudrum has been very sick this week We are glad to report E B Cox much improved- Dr A G Lovell reports Craig Bryant a very sick man S H Martin is progressing rap idly with his new house Miss Emma Pennington was with homefolks Sunday Miss Margarite Fish is visiting her uncle in Williamsburg- J W Prewitt was here Saturda looking after some lumber Cashier J W Hutcheson was here yesterday between trains Jailer O V Jarrelt after a weeks serious illness is able to be out u illie G McBee is reported K sick at the home of his mother tfuail r Cecil Hendron will sper d rday and Sunday at his homa Lirksville Mr Jasper Rickets is rapidlv growing weaker Mrs Rickels is also very sick with grip Cashier W L Richards spent thi week in Gallatin county looking after some business matters Misses Montie Martin Mary at d Allie Lee Houk and Mr Willie Martin are visiting in Maretburg Supt and Mrs G M Ballard will leave this afternoon for London to spend a few daYswith rela tives H J Mullins moved this week to the property on Richmond street that he recentl purchased of Jonas McKenzieMiss Lair went to Stanford Monday to have her tonsils re moved Dr E J Brown perform ed the operation- W H Chasteen and wife left Monday for Loveland Colo where they will make their future home We wish them much success Mr and Mrs W H Brute of Walnut Grove visited the otters parents Mr and Mrs A Penning ton here Saturday and Sunday- A H Hamlin has moved into the property recently purchased of Jonas McKenzie We gladly welcome him as one of our number Mrs J H Duun of Knoxville Ttnn who is aguest of Mrs Josh Dunn has been quite ill forsever al days Her mother Mrs J Le Edwards arrived from Knoxville this week to be at her bedside Boyle County Record The editor spent a few hours in WilJiamsburg Tuesday where he found McKenzie Brown working almost day and night getting ready for the first issue of his paper the Whitley Courier March i We also found Judge J R Fish a little improved but stilta very sick man LOCAL C C Miller ftarted ismi11 in operation on the Norton f rmtbis- week Willis Allen bought of Mullins a farm of 180 acres o n Crooked creek at a good price FOR SALS Owe cow and cif MRS M HARTz Maretburg Ky NOTICE You owe me and 1 must have the woney Come in and settle 2tr v IGJTJQHNSON i r i Dont forget the pie supper at the court houiq tomorrow night The postbfficerhas been inpved froth U GRestore to the store of M J Miller Oh account of sickness we were compelled to come out withour issue one day late this week One hundred and seventy fivc years ago to day was born the father of our country George Washington The Brown Memorial School closed this week on account of sickness among the faculty and pu pils and will remain closed until next Wednesday Judge Jarvis has announced ready to hear argaments upon the local option contest at Somerset and will devote night sessions to the cause Somerset Journal There is more sickness in Rock castle than ever known at one time says the physicians all of whom an kept busy going almost day am night The trouble is mostly grip PIE SOCIAL The Willing Workers will give a pie social Cot supper at the Court House Satur d iy evening Feb 23 Everybody cordially invited and pies gratefully received from all who wish tc lend a helping Land Claude C Cox bought of WIT Smith his residence in the North ern part of town for which he paid 1000 Mr Smith says he wil more than likely buy property in Vlt Vernon as he prefers to live here in preference to any place hI has ever been On accout of a brake down at the handle mill at this place Mr f P Graham the manager of the milland his two splendid sawyers Loge and Asher Cummins wil pend two weeks at the mill on tht Sayers farm while repairs an being made here Rush all da long at Ownss Store Looks like closing out sale every day at Owens Store New goods very day ofall kinds at high prices Come and get horse and ctttle medicine Guaranteed cure for all diseases W M WENS Burr Ky Mr Perry King ofCrab Orch ad is dead of pneumonia He is survived by one brother Mr J C King of Norman Oklahoma who was present at the burial and his wife and two children Mi King was a member of the Christian church f Postmaster W B Smith says that the night mails hereafter will he locked up at eight oclock Bv this those having mail for the night train will be given plenty of time toI get it in It will certainly be a great help and convenience to tLe patrons of this officeI KIPowellAvenue consideration 600 Mrs Tate will move to her new home in the near future Sheriff R L McI Ferron will move into the house to be vacated by Mrs Tate Mr Powell will more than likely buy a farm Five men threeinegtoes and two whites lost their ivesat N 6 tunnel near Hazel Patch Monday by an explosion TjMiyramite Th body of one of the ra n with the headblown off wasVbund in th riverquite a distance away The explosion was caused by trying to thaw frozen dynamite Jeff Dowellwho is iu jail on ac count of trouble wliich he had with ageo Wednesday in tvhjch James shoet and seriously wounded had his ex amining trial Wednesday and was held over to the grand jury unde- e 300 bond which he has failed so far to execute Never be ashamed of your early surroundings because you are liv ing in more refined place at pres entDo not be ashamed d of your old father and mother when they come to your city to visit you be cause their manners are a little old fashioned wad try to smuggle the in and out of your house Call i your best friends and say to themI rthis is my father and my if they had lived in your day and had had the advantage they wouldI be as well as yon IIHlve you forgotten what a hard time your mother and father had in the early days of life depriving t themselves of4he necessities of life is cads t htlrIi J fh gm r I Ifi1i jit tn t 1i ft r fj Ii Lookfor This Star on the j Heel of Every Shoe You Buy l i It means that the Shoe is made right by the right mak StarBrandI1m wLEUPD llil MAYfFOE Uf OTMBMND SHOES m ARE METIER J 250ma I at If are in the for or see us can you to see us in U 11 4 Finley the one year old son of Mr and Mrs Mitchell Owens died at Tuesday NANTEDGentleu1an or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capitol Territory at home or a broad to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters per year and expenceo Address Arm strong Alexander 125 Plymouth Place Chicago Ill- OBITUARY o hGod claimed the first born of Ancient Israel though in mercy the child might be redeemed Little Herbert Oliver born No vember 2nd igoo first born ofJ A Oliver and wife and unusually bright thoughtful and kind the favorite of all who knew him and the pride of doting parents w nt home to God February nth 1907 Kyeanesuch a hoy as parents would naturally feel inclined to lean on but his Hevenly Father wanted him to adorn the courts of Paradise and he is at rest for God took him Naturally trail his con stitution was attacked by that srou rge of the young cronp andal the loving and skilled hands kept death at bay for racist a week all no avail The deep anguish of loving deeprpractical svmpathv of kind neigh bors and the assurance that will meet their child in Gods ow timeThe funeral was conducted fro the Baptist church and the sympa thising pastor spoke words of comfort from the appropriate scripture Ofsuch is the kingdom ofheaven remetery to a resurrect ion W R BRISCOE Ll TIN lS TON t JW- Baker was in Louis ville the latter part of last week buying S h goodsMrs Lou Greyatui Children of Lebanon oiJunction are visiting Mrs Gep Pope and Mrs R A Whitebead d thisweekMiss Myrtle Chewnibg- ris quiilK stc1t tHis week John Z9 and 300 THE MAVFlOW ER7 SHOE is made to fill a spe cial demand Many ladies want a dress shoe at a moder ate price In the Mauffow carry for Women moderate prices ery save on Maretburg Veeklysa11aryofr092OO 134iii iM i Baker is spending a few days with returnedIMrs Della Rowzee oiVMt Vernon sisterIand children are spending a few days with relatives at Stanford George Sambrook andsister Miss Lela are down from Mt Ver non spending a few days with home folksMr Tom Argenbright moved his family to Knoxville Tenn Saturday last We regret to give up such good citizens and such charming young ladiesMiss Cora Adams is stillou the sick list Willie Centers died at his home Tuesday morning of that dread dieease His remains were interred in the Ward Cemetery Wednesda afternoon A devoted wifeand two small children are left to mourn their loss worlddher aunt Mrs John Cook at Jel lico Tenn this weokDr Webb was in Cincinnati the latter part of Jenkins is out from Corbin spending few days with her parents Mr and Mrs J B HayesMr and Mrs Champ Cummins are rejoicing over a new baby boy the I3th christened John Steve Carson is out from Jellico Tenn visiting his many relatives and friends at this place Altamontnsisters Mesdames FordMassmter attending school at LondonMr and Mrs John Magee have decided that Jackson Breathitt county was too tough for them and have moved back to their old home at Lancas terMr and Mrs Ed Weaver are stopping with relatives at this place They Will return to Cincinnati and make that city their fu ture home Alf Owens will move his family from 11 rOd b ea d to this place They will occupy the Mat SBaljard proptfty on Main street 1De Bryant will move hsfamUv to Lebanon Junction Livingston will lose one excellent family but uis Lebanon Junctions gtin Miss W Tubb swo t Lc i = = = i has been visiting her many friends erIW C Mullins An explosion occurred Tuesday morning at No6 tunnell killing five men and wound Among the killed were two white men and three colored HIATT Our farmers have been quite busy during the recent fine weath erplowing sowing grass seed etc R L Smith has sown some oats Since we have a cloverhuller in our community belonging to Francis Hurst the farmers are going to grow more clover for seed This A POPULAR STYLE Button Shoes for Men have become very for dress occasions handsome Pafnof Patent ChroMe GaJf fifCotfthe price 400 mt you market Fertilizer Hillside Plows Harvesting Machin Wagons We money Come ournew building Main Street tjKz eemn htI consumption weekMrs ingsevpralothers popular This 0 b will be decidedly a benefit to our land for there is no better way of growingcrops which tike nitrogen from the air and store it in the soil surely buvIBowman has measles also Miss l Carrie Boyd Joshua Boreing Jr continues ill Geo Moore who recently moved to Madison county was in our community last week 1W J Chesnut is spending the with his sister Mrs J C Carter in Simpson county The trial of Harry K Thaw was resumed Monday in New York Juror Bolon whose wife died last Thursday was again in his place 1 U frG thafdefense and prosection can push it The jury will not again be kept together until it begins the consideration of a verdict Drs B D Evans and Charles G Wagner two of the alienists representing the defeuce were on the witness stand and late in the day Thaws will was admitted in the evidence Mr Delmas continues in comnnnd of the defence iweeks treatment for iheuma tism and bladder troubles for 25 cents That is what you get in a small box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Nothing else 50 good for all troubles caused by impure blood Sold by Cnas C Da vis leading druggist IsI one home H from They usually want something from the pantry You remember the hunger you Home cooking county for halin the child health do not Iit IlIaROYAL the- IildXefl School Ba 1r1llClItt RopId iDyour bOmea cIa tDC6 II your a difference in your cookiDg ROYAL i abtolutety Pore t i 4 c OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOi C 0 A Boston schoolboy was tall 4 4zweakandsickly 0 His arms were soft and flabbyi SHe didnt have a strong muscle 0entire body 0 dOo4 the family for years 0 Scotts Emtifafon 0 o 0- o NOW 0- A 6To feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith 0 100asALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 0 OoOO O OOOOOOOOOOOO BEE LICK 0G B Sutton is about ready to move into his new store house W E Taylor is in poor health at this time Melvin Owens still picks up chips for J W Stringtr every Sunday Jack Elder says that he is going to work soon Mr and Mrs J R Taylor visited Mr Sam McWilliams Saturday until Sunday Elbert Elder spent last Saturday night with Morris Talor Elex Proctor contem plates going South soonlrs David Adams is very illat th- tl11tO W Paronsis belter ai this tiUleBorJI to the wife of Mat Adams a fine girl baby Another wedding is expected in this part soon Win at is locking well in this section CARARRH and CATARRHAL HEADACHES ate quickly relieved by Novena It soothes the congested membranes allays information and thoroughly htals and cleanses It keeps moist all the passages whose tendency is to thicken and beoome dry Cures colds throat troubles hoarsness hay fever stopped up nose breathing through mouth while sleeping offensive breath etc it is antiseptic and contains no chem icals or drugs having a narcotic fect or that can cause theI drug habit Sold by all druggist ROOSEVELT LIKES SILER- A T Slier railroad commission of Kentucky is a man after the heart of Theodore Roosevelt and his associates in the national ad ministration The effective work done by Mr Siler in 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 Commission will be very well satisfied to re elect Mr Siler Compar atively few men are fitted for rail road commissioners and Siler seems to be one of the few Louisville 0 StA VALUABLE LESSON Six years ago I learned a valu able lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia lad 1 then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at all druggists 25 LAND STOCK AND CROP TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight about 50 lbs Owner can hsve same by paying all damages 22231 DAVID HENDERSON Thomas Metcalfhas 125 lambs out of 80 ews and reports having lost but two during the season He has contracted for the crop of youngsters for June delivery at 6 cents und the wool at thirty cents This is remarkably good luck al though there have been very few bad reports in regard to the oune lambsDanville News The suffeeage bill drawn by Mrs H len Gouger and presentedin the IlGiaia Legislature giving women the right to vote all elections and to hold municipal offices was re ported from the Committee on Rights and Privileges with a rec ommenda ion that pass and the report was adopted by the House o SXO I4Bears the Signature ef AJbeKind AtwajsB Ilhf viANTEDMen and women in each county as field managerstd represent advertise and distribute samples of fit oos Salary 8u perin6ntb paid weekly arid cash advanced for expenses TJo capital or experience necessary Position nent Address NORTH WESTERN CO Depot AV C 338 WabasETAve Chicago IlL J1ppria P m ku muDlDClDlUp POOR ORGAN IAthe bile Thats what your does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into tht 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 the liver makes it do its own work Prevents aud cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treatment 25 Ctnls Sold by all drug t tst WEEKLY COURiER J3URNAL AND SIGNALB- oth ope year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Wattcraon is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have Send your order forlhis 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 cawcefc is best corrective for 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 Hay Wood are requested to calland settle same in some way either b cash or note By cash will suitu 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 SO 7 will find their account in theliand- of an officer for collection Wf hive tried to treat you right so please do us likewise Respectfully W M HAYES HH WOOD 2I3t All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers safe 1 to sure pills Sold by Chas C Davis Fire destroyed Harrow Hall 01 e ofthe leading educational institu tions of the mountains at Cumberland Gap Tenn The building was valned at 25000 only 5oo insurance was carried A grea many mountain boys aud girls verr1 being educated there annually THIS MAY INTEREST YOU No one is immune from kidnex trouble just remember that Fil eys Kidney Cure will stop the irregularities and cure anv case of kidney ard hliddpr trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine CbaSF Davis EYSK- IDNEY CORE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that fe not beyond the reach ofmedi cine Take it atonc r Do riot risk having Slights Dis ease or Diabetes There s notbing gained by delay 5c dlOO Bottle REFUSE 9UB5TITUTK8 CHAs C DAVIS IV QuAn Alex Proctor who has been quite icli tor the past few days is ao better Junes Thompson who was shot a few weeks since is lowly provingMary Brown l ught of James Hayes a horse fu- rz5iMrs J W Proctor has tIne jrppe Jacob Elder and Wiil Ofiis are teaching singing scho at Union ehurclu The Pit- Uhi la nly is jtnprovinjj at this vriting John aud Hentv Scot left Monday for Somerset VTits Lzzie Stringer is at home from Brodbead for a few daysDr Morris Taylor and Eibert Elder visittd the fair sex tear Ottawa Sunday lastProf Samuel Proc tor will probably lethe soon for the fat West Special Announcement Regarding The National Pure Food and LawI to announce that Folevs Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful druggs andwe recommend it as a safe remedy for children and Adults Chas C Da vis rOLEn01mYANDT Cures Colds Prevents Pnnumonfa DIMON RYfOlLCUTSSORESBu PC RHEUMATISM 2S IPRVENT HEADACHE Foice them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argaus so that they do their work and finifi your condition agaiut future troub allI1V t i J i1t 1Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your t 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 For all Coughs and assists in systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopinzcoueh Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those- contiirJngOpiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contain no Opiates The Red Clover Bios com and the Honey Bet en every bottle KENNEDYS mmCONT- AlNDta TradiIitRetkleret HON EYQTAH E 0 DeWITT a CO CHICAGO U LA Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FAM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and willbe sold at a bargain the owner being unable to 9fhisfence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FA M NO 5to acres of land be tween Brushcreek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap nearFreedomamost desirable farm IMeo 2 a bargain V FARM NO iCfhM tracts of land in one body consisting of 8581 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Kyand outCrabden0es of eorge Hines and Gecife Gooqh About 75aores ofthis land is om land and a good part of It is up l IIanyears ir Is itTour- Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May the acquaintance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty ls1J oMedo byJ Aysr Co Lowell Mau Also manufacturer or 7 uers CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED One who suffers from chronic constipation is ia danger of mans serious ailment Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic eonsti pation as it aids digestion and stimulate the liver and bowefs restor ing 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 r gripe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substi tutes Chas 0 Davis druggist The bill giving the Government the right of Appeal in criminal caves occupied ht Senate Tuesday If 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 Con sequently you are weak wornout nervous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not suffi cient nerve force to keep the organs active and al low them perform their natural Dr restoresIenergyIdid not know what was the matter with me I tried many remedies and none of them proved of any value I heard of Dr Miles Nervine I pro cured a bottle and before I had taken half of it I was better I would have had nervous prostration if I had not got this medicine when I did I continued to take It until I wan entirely well I have since recommended It tit live of my lady friends and they forItOTTO1SjDr Miles Nervlne Is sold by your thefirstmoneyMiles Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Manufacturerrbles ofand and GraIiite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky jodhead Marble Work BROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agen f0r Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Mnager KP I Iron J Cheaper than wOod Will tart Wetlawl II 1IIhIAwtrHkIdfairStI1 IlK tiwart Fence ARfhoK rtCINCINNATI fBrtrWee prkM Csu4 SH will HjriMimk b 7 BltOfll An Uncle Albert Butuer still con tinues vtry low of pneumonia Measles are making the round in Brodhead there being only 30 cases in town Doctors say ihtv are the worse ones they have ever had to deal with Mrs Charlotte Jarrett and her two children left Tuesday for their new home in Aztec New Mexico she and hers certainly Lave our best wishej lor- the future We are glad to say that H B McClary is some better at this writing Miss IJda Hilton has returnel to her home after spending a month in Lancaster the guest of her sis ter Mrs R H Batson Miss Carrie Frith left Wednesday mor ning for an extended visit to Dan yule and Stanford Uncle Jerry Frith iagain aole to be out after being laid up with La Grippe for 5 weeksRobert G Wilmott has returned to Pine Knot after spending two weeks here with his mother MrsM E WilmottIW1 Hutheson was in Muhlenherg cou nty first part of the week on busi nessJohn Butner of St Louis is here attending the bedside ofbjsI father Uncle Albert Butner Shirley Tate of Mt Vernon visited his Uncle J W Tate first of the weekW H Benton of Living ston spent last Mondav night heie with his parents Miss Maude Forbes of Level Green visited Miss MIIr of their son Mr Amos V Sm th Two official investigation of tlu New Vok Central wreck are IIprogress one by the Coroner the other bv the New York Rail road Commission RISING FROM THE GRAVE A promiuent nanufac urer Wm A Fertwell UI LucaniH N C re ltes a most remarkable experience He aays After taking Its tha three bottles of Electric Bitters gravtMythe Diabetis stage I fully believ Electric Bitters will cure me per manently for it has already stopp ed the liver and 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profuseDoctors regulatesirregular youFreeDepartmentThe CAODVI COM OWE E invite all to come and see us At my store you I willalways find a good selection of Dry Goods and I Notions CLOTHING I fWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will iit all sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE IDYLWILD i THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY d pru5J Stationey CigarPi Tobeeop f Painty Oil and Patent Vcdieineg Diseases of Children A SeciaFf SC DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY PCP 1 I I GRANVILLE OWENS tt luNDERTA ER f Brodhead Ky f COMPLETE LINE rt Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele orders Promptly IFilledi 1