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Digital page images are linked to the text file. il t1S J iDU bIJ h ed Eve ry FrlaayI t b I VOLUME XXJ MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COIINTI KY FRIDAY MAR 11907 NUMBER 23It r Highest F Class Ready o tailored Clothing r Like Piteous 4Flying Ready 4 Roasted In Your Mouth Style Quality Perfect k Kitting 4 F 1ar I I Greatest Line of Iotnlng Ever shown outside the cities Here you do not find a few cheap suits thrown on the coun = ter or wa dedup and laid in the shelves i- g but instead you findon our 2nd floor a reg ular uptodate clothing department containing E Finest COlt andPaut Suits for the Young Men Finest Regular Suits for us Married Men Ex Etra Size Suits for the Big Men Youths Suits 3 for the Boy about as big as a man Knee Pant EE Suits for the little men Prices from 98c tow E 20 a suit M q Longheaded uptodate people who know 4 San appreciate style and good value are all com 7 whyEI 3 ambusy man n I E Big Reductions forw= SpringI have just returned from the markets My Springline of Dry Goodsare n my shelves w M eititYg comes to selecting Dress Goods Ivfy wife handsomew 3 5 thingsshe married me because I was 3 ww good yw EIfell anyway I shall offer the new Spring E lines as low as I had them years ago V t forw 3 High Quality and Low Prices These j J Haye E maintained come whatmay ft tf w Come in andwel wilt shake hands ahdtaflj it w over DouglayShoessI UnUU1UllUU U1UUUUllU1UUl1U1Ul1111111UllUI1U1UUUU r u I unJerMJk t J 1i ALflFORGRCATEILOUISVLLLEEXPOSI BASEBAll BAMESsSPECIAL DAYS t Louisville Extends a Most Cordial In vitation To All To Visit Louis vine tt This Time As tfie Iri for the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition thaws near the intojest In that great event in this anl sal other sections of the- StatejlKc aiirky as well asttirciih cuti tiiakSo tit 3 oteatlyncrcasin The visitors to Louisville will return home an1 give cmcssfc1ffi eej In terest in the in the cnteprisan public kplrlFof tne exposition officials working so hard in j cityyithcuniary gain Shown what pride they take In their citys great enterprise the merchants ant manufacturers of Louis vlle have covers l their envelopes anl tat ionery frlmcst over with ad write ins matter concfiinln the expisiiinn and the tItlfGloatpr IoiiisvUle Ex iltibnsf oins to appear in tlie most iiiiucpeclfid quarters at the most iui 01011 sino Louisville drimmer vho viiit here let no one escape nail fforiiM otlr tea on the ppnpto of jmtiirfcy will be h uni to go to Louis e between March and 30 to srs nat las hern sn wldply heralded s vll le s matter of easy acrom pisurit b cause the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of FREb LEVY President of the Louisville Commercial Club and Vice President of the Great er Louisville Exposition Company one fare for the round trip with three selling dates each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates many singleJay excursions will be run awl it is said by the railroad officials composing the Southeastern Passener Association that the rates for these excursions will be the best ever offered for a similar enterpriseThe of Programme of the exposition is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will be arranges for these special days and the music by the great Creator es band will be an added attraction to the exposition twice daily This band of sixty renowned soloists is reco nized everywhere as being absolutely the foremost organization of its kind and the twicedaily concerts will be included in the extraordinarily low price of admission which will he twen tyfive cents for adults and fifteen ents for children For special days Big Creatore has very graciously con sented to make his programme typical of the occasion The following days cave been decided upon and plans are n train to make each one an unique success Dedication Day Edison Day Childrens Day Greater Louisville Falls City Day All Kentucky Day Fraternal Day Transportation Day Womans Day University Day Music Day Newspaper Day and Getaway Day It will be of interest to lovers of the national game to know that the Louisville Baseball team will contest t with two major league teams during he exposition period playing five ames in all It can be seen that th ople of Kentucky will have a splen did opportunity of seeing the Greater Louisville Exposition hear Creatores famous band and see such magnificent baseball organizations as the Chicago National League team and the Boston Americans Boston will play thre games March 23 24 and 25 while Chi sago will play two games March 28 and 29 Louisville will certainly hold vast Interest for Kentuckians during the period of March 1830 Displayed upon the walls of the Exposition Building In Louisville will be seen the trademarks and labels of manufacIgenera decorative scheme These 1a begs and trademarks wilt be very at tractively framed and it with be possir ble to gather a very plain idea of what Louisville can do by at these frames This opportunity to be re resented In the great exposition ha been very eagarly grasped by many who are not eligible to show a manu factored product It has been esti mated that at least onehalf of tlla manufacturers pi Louisville will be represented in the trademark and label displayt A sum of money estimated at abotit 175000 has disappeared d trom the sub treasury in Chicago and Gpvei ntnent officials are mak ing atf investigation yY f JOHN ROBINS The new Secretary of the Rock castle CuntYFai Association OTTAWA Mr Charley Sowder visited relatives at Prcachersville a few day- ssinceFarmers were getting a hustle on themselves before the bad weather set inr8eubin Walden t and Arthur E Brown left Tuesday for East BernstadH Elijah Wal den is on the injatriinonial list Look otsf girls8 hID the wile of John x Brown agul baby J W Proctoc4ias moved from this place to Quail fQ take care of his fatherMr and Mrs J B Sutton are rejoicing over the ar rival of a girl batiy at their home on the 19 christened Ella Jan- eMcKeeJ S ash our hustling merchant is ingit fiue business VThe sick of this neighborhood are convalescent Sty this writing Bern to thewifebf John Carson a boy baby a few daYs sinceHen ry Laswell sold his jalfm to a man- b the name of Bradley price un knownThe singiiyjatl Union Ridge conducted by Tacob Elder and W Hj Q c engiiisi pripgrfessing nicely Measles are raging in this sectionjaines Ha es sold fMrs Mary Brown a horse for ioi Larkin Hicks bought or J J Casha yoke of cattle for 40 James Thompson we are sorr to say is worse at this writing Messrs Claude Thompson and Jas Harness are at home from Mt Vernon on a visitJ M Craig bought of Jesse Brown a fine hunch of hogs at 6 cents Also from Tart Proctor a hog at same price Al len Bishop and family contemplate going East Tart Proctor bought of Jonathan Bishop a cow price unknown Hurrah Tart J he is getting to be a great trader in his old days If all people would do like Tart this would be a better country Elijah Wallen sold to J Brown a cow price gRev J T Crocket left here for London Bill Sowder says he is going to get him a cook if there are any to be found In r897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would not live until spring For four years I existedon boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prscrip anythingIyour Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent botle of KODOL and the benefit I received froth that bottle all the gold in Georgia conld not backeto my work as machinest and in heartyMayou r906TheeveryeIt issold here by Chas C Davis FARM FOR SALE Forsale one farm located betwee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring two common houses young orchard 13 acres good grass Pasture and corn land 50 acres Cheap at 350 For informaf tion call on J T MEADOWS Pine Hill Ky WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION J A Bognenbf the National Sign Co Datou G writes nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea is evedspeedily and pleasantly I am get I ting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrhsix years ago ol1 YfwouldIoJbuy my tube o fNosen a could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back tf not satisfied SamPletu be indbopkl bv rnnl ep cents BiiowN MANUFACTURING Co Si Louis MoGreeavi1le r Tent T1 J JL- iilfl r 14iJftitoYPeople Established AIall styles This one J i Our Leaders r We have just received a large shipment of the American Gentleman and the I American Lady SHOES Manufact nred by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive goes WIt htllery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look lag for uptodate footwear dont foil to call and see our line 7 CLOSING OUT 1 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 throughour t hats but mean just whatrwe s ai s c Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visitrOUr store get Our prices andwe will COnviicC you that are selling Shoes than you were ever able to buy them before w I KRUEGER SON 1 yc 3 x i QUAIL There is a great deal of sickness in this neighborhoodEugene- Brown has the measlesThe IJrougbtonsawmtlllis ciln Stringer and wife of near Jellico are visitiug his brother J W Stringer Morris Taylor contemplates go ing out on Glade Fork to go into the poultry business with his old friend Dump Fisherravid Proc has gripJamesJ ho pso i who was shot continues about the same Addie sold his farm to 10500011AJohn A Owens the barber does a good business espeically on Sat urdays Uncle Green Proctor con tinues very feebleG B Sutton will soon have his store room completed SAVED HER rSONS LIFE The hapitst mother in the littlle RupIpeemy ous lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggist advice I began giving him Dh Kings New Discov improvementfor a few weeks whew he was per fectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Dings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by all druggista Soc add Trial bottle free BEE L1CK W T Taylor bought of Bill Har ness H milch cow for 2SA C Taylor who has been confined to his room for the past two weeks is GrTaylor who has been very tow is Parsonssocontiuue a very cr tipn REM1MxBERING Whenever you have a cough or cold just remember that Fpleys Honey and Tar will cure it Do not risk ypnr health by taking any but the genuine It is in a yellow package Chas C Davis drug gist r =L l 1887 SHOE all leathers is guarantee we cheaper 1C = You should be verv careful of your bowels ten you have a Newly all othr cough coldI constipaaiiug especially those conI LaxatIheoilcans No opiate Conforms to National Pure Food and Drugs Law Bears the indorsement of hke1its I j 1 tL I w A liquid cold relief with a laxa tive which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing which lingers in the troatand stops the enugh that is Lax alive Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains ho opiates Sold by Chas C Davis leading v I mEATERLOUISIJ1LLE 1 I XPOStT14 FAREFORR011NDTAIPBYRAILORRIYER MAR IBSO1 AND HIS- BANDcRtAToRE Oovernmentxhihits apd o1f1ertireatA11talot IIROOSEVELT PRESIDENT I WILLTOUCH BUTTON THE INDUSTRY INVENTION principle principle Kennedys druggist ONE 2rf 5fI1 1 ISEEITs i ART AND 1TERATU E c = i l6lfJJlIP fr2i Jj u = Rj SIGNAL H FRIDAY Mar i 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION UEJI0CRAflCrllCI T For United States Senator J C W IteckhamFor S W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Head ricks For State Superintendent ol Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ j 1P Newman Tricotble For Auditor H M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vrce land For Treasurer Ruby I afoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B GIRLS IN BUSINESS The truth is that the girls are getting the better of the boys in many lines of genteel employment The boys may complain of this as they will hut the fact stands The young women in most all the towns after a certain hour ara quite as much in evidence on their way to work as the young men anh the man at the window can see that they look trim and neat that they hold up their heads as if they were ready to meet the world and their employers They have none of the appearance of having depriv ed themselves of the necessary a mount of sleep or of carrying a headache along with them Indeed on a frostv morning it is pleasant too see how their eyes sparkle and how their cheeks glow They are getting the better of the boys because they can be trusted to come to their work in good form They may not be as strong as the hoes but they take care of their strength They dont smoke they dont chew they dont drink they dont gam j ble they dont loaf Society puts up arbitary rules for the girls and they must abide by them or lose caste The boys are suffered to make their own rules and take the consequences Many a boy thinks he can be Jay and deceive every body and he runs along until he loses his job By that time he is apt to think that somebody has un derininded him au d to look quite past himself iu an attempt to locate the guilty party Business is all the time putting up bars against the gay young man Positions of responsibility positions of trust positions requiring reliability and regularity are being closed against him He may not see that he is i bounced because he i5 not honest 1 for he may be able to swear with clear conscience that he never took so much as B nickle in his life that did not belong to him But he has taken time that did not belong to him He Las had to be sent for He hasnt been faithful HR has lied as to why he was late and to where he was last night He has gone upon the theory that it was nobodys business how he occupied his time outside business hours Yet the growth of a bad character if you are at all close to it is about as obvions as the growth of a corn field The prudent business man does not always wait until he has a case in court He prefers to settle the little things with his em players before they have gone that far Business is becoming more and more exacting on the point ol individual character It is looking out for integrity and it is saying that whatever the head of the house is the salary list must be clear This demand optnsa wide door to the girls and there is onlv one way in which it can be closed against them and that is to meet the com petition and by the removal of Jt J through consolidation j A GREAT CHESTNUT There is probably no man en f 1 1gagedin the newspaper busines- siIthus 1 state who is not acquainted STtwit a man whoseexcuse for discontinuing his subscriptionjiSithat thani he can read It is only art excuse offered to amellorate the 1Jrt sumed laceration of the editors feelings It has no such effect for in the first place ao editor nev er worries over the loss ofa sub scriber except when he leaves the country without paying up arrear ages But why not be truthful and say to the honest newspaper man just what you feel in your heart Go into his den ask him how much you owe pay the delin quency and tell him frankly that s ou dont want his disreputable blackguard sheet any longer Say to him in a sorrowful tone of voice that you deeply regret his inabi i ty to publish a newspaper worth the name and advise him to sell his plant to some men with a thimble full of brains and seek some occu pation which does not require much wear and tear of mind Do this and then you can go away with the comforting assurance that the editor respects you for jour candor and will cherish no hard feelings because you choose to borrow his paper instead of buying it FOR the benefit of those who ab hor printers ink as a prime factor to the advancement of their inte ests we should state that Samson the strong partywas the first man to advertise He took tw solid columns to demonstrate his strength and several thousand people tumbled to the scheme He brought down the house POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Missouris two cent fare bill has passed the Legislature and has been sent to the Governor By a vote of 15 to n the Texa Senate voted to discharge the prob ing committee and indorse Senator J W Bailey The action followed spirited debate Tne Democrats in the Indiana Legislature won one of its few vic tories of the present session when they secured the advancement of the new primary bill one of the measuresadvocated by the parts during the recent election GRIFFINS MILL Not much news in these di- gginsOnr old friend and neigh bor J M Hurst who has been con fined to his room all fall and win ter thinks he will bo able to stir around some as soon as the veath er moderatesThe last report says that Marion Pitman and fam ily who have been confined for some time with typhoid fever are slowlv improvingDee Ramsey and family of Maretburg were visiting at Gains Cummins Saturday until Monday Mrs J B Cummins and her two little ones Mabelle and Roy were visiting relatives in Pulaski county last weekGrip has attacked al most every family in this vicinity Craig Etder of near Stanford visited relatives here and Bee Lick during the pasweek Charley Latham and Epson Broyles passed throng Saturdav en route to Stan fordwith a bunch of cattle and hogs Thats right boys come on and buy our farm products and we will try to raise more and well air have moneyJ L Hasty who has been suffering from heart trouble we are glad to say is im proving B G Mullins of Pine Hill was here last Friday attend ing to some important business mattersThe blue back speller sajs that Friday is just as lucky a day as any other It further says that those that would tlnive in the world should rise early in the mor lug I have been trying to adopt this rule I try to rise by six and not later than seven at the farthest Well sir me and Gaiaes Cumuilus grubbed and cut briars nine das in succession last week and you know it sncwedWedneidty Wig it or we would have worked the oth ertbre days Whos keeping ac count of the snows Ive counted two sine my last report 20 more yet to fall Look out for March and April and if like it was 16 or Ji years ago I might say May tooI The cackJe of the old hens during the two weeks pretty weather kept Cinda and the children busy running to the hen house Cinda is the old woman you know How manv started in the 1st of Jan to keep an account of the products sold and the amount of dry goods groceries etc bought Try this plan arid at the end of the year you will be surprised If you didnt begin with January commence the ist of March v oiri oftonr neighbor farmers r1st i1t i sr v to cut a wn sycamotes while they are frozrP and they voVt sprout any more Suppose We try it itwMl only cot us a litle lah r on a cold dayI will now give the names of some of the old men living in this vicinity when I was quite a small boy Uncle Simeon Denney who lived to be 102 years ofage J M Thompson Henry Todd Hiram So vder WR De Bord M W DeBord John Me Lemore Wright McLemore Wil son Denney Baily Hicks Larkin Pumphrey Rebel Talor This Lawrence Joseph Craig Joseph Cummins Vincent Poynter fames Ping Gold Ping Logan Brown James Brown the father of the late J N Brown and Blind Jonas Brown the granfather of the writj er All of these as well as our beloved teacher J N Brown have passed from the stage of acI alIIhe t Proctor Logan Denney John Mal jor are still living and battling with the suffering and troubles of this woild RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT WHEREAS Rev Oliver M Wal len a devout member ot Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M during a short stay at Sonora Tex whither he had gone in a vain quest for health was removed from suffering n earth to the celestial lodge above therefor be it resolved That while we deplore the death of our beloved brother and grieve at the loss we have sustained by his absence from among us we submit with reverence to the edict hat has called him home and feel the blessed assurance that our loss is his eternal gain That we extend to the widow and family of our deceased brother our heartfelt sympathy in this hour of great bereavement and command them to cast their cares upon Him who doeth all things wellThat a page beset apart in the record brook of Ashland lodge Not 640 F A M as a memorial and that these resolutions be spread theeon that a copy be sent to the family of our deceased brother and a copy to the Mt Vernon Signal for publication G s GRIFFIN 0 V JARRETT C D SUTTON Corn TO HURT YOUR TOWN Fight on the streets Oppose imorovenients Mistrust public Men Run the town down to strangers Go to some other town to trade Refuse to advertise in your paper Do not invest a cent layout your money somewhere else Be particular to discredit the mo tives of public spirted men Lengthen your face when a stran ger speaks oflocating in your town If a man wants to buy your prop ertv ask him two prices for it If he wants anybodys else interfere and discourage him Refuse to see the merit in any scheme that does not exactly bene fit you Run down your newspapers Run down your officers Rundown everything and every body but Number One Talk in the barber shops aud loaf jug places of how bad times are of how everything and everybody is going to the demnition bow wowsMr Walker McQueory of Sulpher springs Colo who has been in Rockastle and Pulaski counties since Dec 26 will leave Sunday on his way back to his western home hovever he does not expect to arrive there before Aprilin th as itis hH intentions to spend a few days in Lincoln county and then go on to Missouri for about a months visit Mr Me Outarv sagahe finds but few things not even home as he remeni bersd it 49 years ago many of his boyhood chums are dead others following his example have gone to other states fo seek their fortune delightfulalmost a half century has lost none of the fondness for his old Ken luoky home Little glooules of sunshine that DeWittsIscatter gloom sickheabacde and bilious ness They do not g ipe or sicken Reconvnded and sold Obas C DaisIW J G a creek by the body ofn steer Which had been struck bya fst freight tfrain and drowned vneart FerndalelnBelltouaty rHe ifswidely known a l JQ BARGAINSt Johnsons Place The Bargain Store Is Now Ready For All Come in and see what you can 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 G T JOHNSON Opposite Court Houset T1BARGAINS = 3 DK qx x y jc IImooMPLETEUNEOR I IMERCHANDISE Remember that We have the II Best at the LOWEST Prices I II A FULL LINE Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare 3 rocericsa nd Dry Goods W H RICH I Andrews r II fREE Kentucky From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Been Published 1FREE II KentuckyGoventurstucky State Historical Society- In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodate Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents of the United States Rulct s Iud Flags of all nations steamship routes stal cal data history of the RussoJapan War also late mapsof the United States Panama Cinal Eastern and Western reports of the last three national census and much other historical information This unique and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENINCt POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription 13 mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by maiUonly and that the sub scription pries by or agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily an Jth latest edition is sent to each according to the that it will reach them The Evening post js first in everything and has the most State news aud best market reports For all the people and against the grafter alwaI 2 he Ettttttttg P0at LOUISVILLK KV Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this PAerI LAND STOCK AND CROPS B Rambs bought of Clell Mul lins a mare at J J HysitiRer bought otC C Owens a bunch of nice ewes at 6 per head T A Bouman bought of R W Moore a bunch of yearlings at 2 12 ctsIClell Mullins bought of S B Ramsey a lot just west of Mr t1mI seys property I NEWS ITEMS Submitted toto llil1gfireof questions E H jHtriritnan was on thestand fiveSoursf before the In terstate Comn rte Commission i- neYorkfN es of the exam ination wexe an nttacltbcoaiseh r I for the Government on the method- ofeorganizinF and financing the Alton line and the refusal of the railroad wizards lawyers to let him answer question as to deals in stock claimed to be individual This point will be taken to the Su preme Court for decision It the railroad attorneys are sustained it means a serious limitation of the powers ot the Interstate Commerce Commission CASTORIAIFG11DtnuudChUdnL Tfcl KM YM Nan Always IMPI 8eatS the 1itve K IIIIIIII I h i Ise 111 RING OUT THE OLD 1 Ill t RING IN THE NEW That is what we are dong contiuall with our complete line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES ETC and and keep everythingUpToDateiI A7e are offering some special Bargains in WINTER GOODS Call and see then We can please you both i iu quality and price L Those who have not settled their old accounts should not come expecting credit We have to pay the wholsale thisISE that We shall be pleased to show you Come we extend you a hearty welcome ItA C HIATT i IHIATT KENTUCKY s rvo YOUR BANKING ltNo matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNONdINCORPORATED will give jt careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 8 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 r ADAMS VicePres IIArttttttttttt1tttt Willis Griffin PRACTICAL aUNDERTAKER 3 ANDFUNERAL = 3 Mt Vernon Ky 3 = Stock Complete Can furnish on shltno = Etice Metalic Coffins and Gaskets and have Embalming = =done Fine Hearse attached = = ORDERS bywire Promptly Filled 3 E Phone No 63 a7111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111JlS s BRING YOUR JOB WORK JTO THE SIGNAL i ii I i A it 71II I al I 6 R R cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 pin 21 South tzzo a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Ml Vernon KT Jostoflice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL W A Cox has a very sick childMrs Jim Taylor is visiting rela tives iu Pulaski Mrs G T Johnson has been veiy sick this week VilI Smith will give up telegraphing ad go to braking- S E Pennington was in London Tuesday on business P E Shivell of near Brodhead is reported very seriously ill Mrs W T Davis has been very sick with thegrip for several days I T Chewning the Livingston lumber man was here Wednesday Victor C Tate was at home first of the week from Jacksboro Tenn James Chaney of Bloss attended Masonic lodge here Monday night Tack Laugford and his entire family have beeu down with the gripC E Settles the spoke and timber man is doing a good buci nesJohn Pearl and Ruth Landrum have about recovered from their illnessTip Langfords son Eddie is rapidly recoxertng from his serious illness Mr W A B Davis and little daughter Joe are very sick at this writingI E Owens of the Hiatt section will move to Garrard county about the middle of next month Mrs E B Brown and little son Jack were very sick first of week with grip but are better J J McCall was here Wednesday looking somewhat cut down as the result of a severe attack of the grip George Mullins the young man who makes his home with Tack angford is very low with pneu moniaMrs Nannie C Albright and Mrs Sue Butner and daughters attended the burial of Mr A Butner at Brodhead Wednesday Willie Martin after a stay of several weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs S H Martin has returned to Lvnchburg Va Mrs J W Hutcheson was the guest of Mrs gM B Salin Mr Hntcheson came up Wednesdayd remained over till Thursday John Williams a recent new conic r to cur town is rapidly recovering from an at ack of pueumo uia His father Isaac Williams ct Laurel c unty is at his bedside Auctioneer H C Junes way here Monda and told us that A C Hiatt the Hattmerchant and one of the cc untys best and mos progressive citizens was a very sick man orIlat1there was more sickness In his section than was ever known before In almost every household there is some member of it sick H Parsons of Texas ar rrived here Monday to see his moth er Mrs Jane Persons of near Langfordwho is very low andnot expected to live Mr Parsons has been in Texas about twelve years Drs A G Lovell E J Brown ajd W D Laswell performed an operation on Mr Craig Bryant re moving nearly three pints of water r which had gathered around the left lung The patient is doing nicely County Clerk M C Miler con tinues very feeble On account of the disagreeable weather has been tout but very little for several weeks Theopening of the spring season will we trust find him at his office from which he has been absent but very little during the many years he has held the office f iw 13J i t LOCAL Mrs Jasper Ovens of Orlando died yesterday morning William Bullock has been ap poined ostniaster at Hansford R B Mullins has bought the store room and stock of goods from Mai shall Smith on Vest Main The Brown Memorial School will open next Monday after an adjournment of two weeks on ac count of sickness J A Wood has leased the pole hueof the Big Hill Coal Co from Brushcreek to Tohnetta and put up a first class telephone connection between those points EGGS FOR SALE Sixteen eggs of the Buff and Brown Leghor mixed at 50 cts MRS W H BRANNAMAN 3i3t Near Wilde Ky CARD OF THANKS To those who aye been with iu in our bereavement and by kind words and kindly acts have tried to lesson our sorrows we extend our sincere thanks- J R LASS AND H L THARP FuIIJYI Samuel Ward was up from Livingston Monday to attend Masonic lodge Among the members pres ent were not one that were attendants years ago when he joined th order All were new faces Char les A Redd J K McClary J T Clark J J Williams and man many more of the brothers of the mystic tie have entered that mansion not made with hands eternal in the Heaven But few of them remain Wade Graves owner ofthe Hans ford Telephone Co has extendec the line from Hansford to Pongi and placed a phone in the store o Dr Owens The line reached tha point last Saturday and that locality is grtatty pleated to quick con nection with other por ions of the county and state The line will b extended to Line Creek in a shot time Maretburg will also he adder to the system via Wabd at an earl due COMMISSIONERS LAND SALES Master Commissioner G S Griffins ld five tracts of Una at the frort door of the court house here Mo day The Gaines Adams farn was bought by David Hysinger at 1100 the Phillips and Soard tract vas bid in by William Phillips a 900 The Bank of Mt Vernon became the purchaser of the J R Stucky property at Livingston for 185 the Newcomb land near Brodhead went to W A Tyree at 158 50 and the Mrs Ferguson farm to Luther Manus at 425 DEAD Mr Albert Butner aged 76 died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs J R Cass at Brodheau alter au illness of three weeks of pneumonia For several years he had beets a sufleier of asthnma and when the strong grip of pneumonia sezed him his feeble constitution could not with stand the heavy strain A trul pure and noble man gone to his reward He leaves one sou John Bu nero Est St Louis Ill and two daughters Mesdames J R Cast and H L Tharp The remain were laid to rest Wednesday iuthe Baptist church cemetery beside bu wife who preceeded him nineteen years Peace to his ashes glory tc his immortal soul L M Owens was here from Goocbiand Monday and told u tha it is something awul how the mails between here and that point are being handled The SIGNALS which should arrive at Goocnlaru on Saturday yeldoui ever get there before the foilwing Tuesday There is no excuse for this iieglv gence and carelessness on the pitof postmasters and postal clerks If those who have complaints to make about not getting their mail other than the SIGNAL will repcr the matler to uswe will see that It is promptly rcportrd to the authrn ties at Washington It Uncle San would only give some of the drones who are pretending to handle the mails a rest about six months twice a year it would he a great blessing to the people There is a beauty coo test on A Chicago paper lays claim to having not only the most beautiful woman in America but in the world Two millionaires one of New York the other of Chicago pot into an argument as to the beautiful women of New York and Chicago They made a bet of 50 ooo as to the rivalry between the two cities The Chicago man spent 25000 in advertising for pnotographs of beautiful women the boardof awards decided upon a Chicago girl as against New York The Courier Journal says Chicagos claim of having the most beautiful woman in America is preposterous and calls upon all Kedtuckans to sen in photographs tf their beiutOnl lady friends Rockastle should not forget this opportunpv Snd pictures direct or to Coutler JUr nil Correspondent Box 44 itVernon T It4 4- ff 4ft 1Ii t a fi r Ill Look for This Star on theiI Heel of Every Shoe You Buy It means that the Shoe is made right by the right mak fItBrandn womulFD l I Jif7 m is to till TAJI DIWID HOES inARE BETTER SHOE tlllW a of t at I are in ff or see us can v to see us in our on I SJO L JUfr Mrs B C Mullins and and Mrs Egbert Hayes Willie McGuire was out from Lebanon Junction last week visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs J C McGuire Mrs James Hall was called to ee her sister Mrs Walter Turpin it Langford Tuesday Mrs Tur Jilt was quite sick but is reported at this L the drummer was with our merchants Baker has m vedhis family from Jellico Teun to this place and is J W Bakers house on High Clev McGuire entertained a party of ier young friends at her home last 4r day evening An excellent ZSO and for Jjl III writingF Thompson occupying StreetMiss 300 line was olm CockI Mr iuid Mis rjVjl Saras of hiibug have nod into tai utlt bnkin2 to fir iits ckrell tin JHM girt Mr i 6msisan L N IIipahhl7ti Greet returned after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends at Parksville Rev Campbell will conduct his usual services at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday cordially incited to attend Miss Lida Coot our clever Postmistress has return ed alter a pleasant visit withrela Lives and friends at Jellico Tenn and Corbin KMr and Mrs John Shearer and children have been visiting Mr and Mrs J C McGuire They returned to their home at Paris on last Tuesday Mrs Harry Jenkins returned to her home at Corbm Monday She V by Miss and Mrs Alfred Owens have moved into the Mat Ballard property 6u Maiii Street Mrs Owens came Tuesday from C Mullins and Mrs W F Tubbs are out from LaFollette Tenn moving there mainder of Mrs Tubbs goods to that John and T M Griffin from Jellico ud Monday with the family pf Mr Gfip Griffin also i 117I1111i1l1ft f THE made aspe LITlNGSTOiN Angi- ePoynjerMr cial demand Many ladies a dress shoe at a moder ate price In the Maqffow 250dftWe carry full line Star Brand Shoes Women moderate prices save rslIUd their many friends at this place They were on their way to Pensa cola Florida on a Mr and Mrs Will Wright and- children are visiting in Parksville will also visit friends in Inuisville before to their home at this placeMesdames Ann J B Hayesand Mr and Walton are all on the sick list at this writingMadame Rumor says we will have a wedding in the sweet by and by Guess who Mrs Pearl Daniels has returned after an extended visit to her mother at Stanford We are glad to welcome Mrs Daniels back again W C and John Mullins were in Mt Vernon on business Tuesday Cbas Pike from Jellico was here on Friday last He was on his way to Brodhead to visit his parents Rev ad Mrs A J Pike Some have been made on the streets And sidewalks l1pd if rcertv 0 net tyottfd ba anert tsidew dk mfronr of dp X pf pery hy nh vi J n ir t tp v j1 putu q eplHsn either some of our crzcns that hw h money wouid improve their houses they would rent for more mone Such a cry for Houses was never heard before and there are somt empty houses too but the houses that are empt will always be so because they need repairing anti the owners are holding on to their dollars until you can hear the ea ges holler and their houses art going down every day until finallx an uptodate dog will not live in them Livingston is thegardte spot of the mountains and will al ways be so gradually growing bet ter all the time and all we need is push ORLANDO Miss Zana Owens is very low with typhoid feverWilliam Mc New is very sick j It the grip There began a anctfied raeettnp at this plaee Saturday night anr are having a lively old time Mr M Quisen berry was at this place Sunday visiting his best girl Mis bellsIhavebeenj and T think willcontinueMr John Mullins ad Miss iZ2- 1Townsend t t were w gb 1OOUQnMIl1JJUl home of the bride last Mr Elmer Williams and Miss Hacker Wood were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday We wish them many pleasures and a long and happy life Mr Spen cer Mullins and Miss Mary Suttles were married at the home of the bride last We wish them much happinessiMrs Rosa Mullins is on the sick list Miss Mary Helton is very sick at this Dora Ball and Misss Allie Laswell vtsited rela tives at Dudley MondayMissI- la Proctor is visiting her sister Mrs J A Wood DEAD Mr A M Helton died Feb 29 at his home near Orlando aged i7 years By his death the A POPULARSTYLE Button Shoes for Men have become very popular for dress occasions This handsome PafnoF Pafenf Crone Caff Dull Mat Top Minfarg HeeT II Coffagre Toe is a winner for the price 4001lS Ifyou the market for Fertilizer Hillside Plows Harvesting Machinery I Wagons We you money Come new building Main Street III IImmproving WednesdayBil- ly ndlJ2 Everyone accompanied BrodheadW household placeMessrs spsutSutiday MAYFLOWER want IIIII fhl1rSdayland p1easuretripI returning OwensII improvements Thursday Thursday writingMrs and community has lost an upright man the church a faithful mem ber and the family a loving father We extend onr heartfelt spin pat by to the family of our Moved broth eranl bow in humble submission to the will nf our Heavenly Father in this ad hour The funeral was hed at the Maple Grove church hnu e and the remains were laid to rcpt near the church 5 0 GOOCHLAND Preaching at Pleasant Hill next SundayA bell has has been pur chased for the church at Sycamore and the building is soon to have a new roofMisses Ada and Ella Dooley were the guests of Miss Maggie Gabbard SundayMrs Florence has been very sickwith the grip Misses Etta Sparks and Nora Lakes of Double Lick were visitors iu Goochland SundayW- A Phillips was in Mt Vernon the JonesIcame near Eason Johnson has returned from Jellico Tenti where he has beenjmining HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N E Rowan McDonough Ga did She says Thre bottles of Electric Bitters stomIsuch an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically zoMyears younger than before I took Eclectric Bitters I can now do allmy work with ease and assist in my husbands store II Guaranteed at all drugstores Price Soc The only excuse for buying butanr a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking s Powder is to save a few cents in pricer ifl costs a few cents more can than Alum or Phos diferencdpL to keep your biscuits cakes pastry effects of these cheapening substitutes CContinued use of Alum means permanent 1juryto health k Avoid Alum Ailments Say plainly ROYAL BAKING POWDERt ii iiJi l ki i l mjJUi JOO v I IO rrt tyh tJ klru i I 4 oooottoo i oioO 6 oo Most people know that if they have a been sick they need Scott r Emul 0- sfoti to bring back health and strength iBut the strongest point about Scott f 0 0 Emulsion is that you dont have to be 0 0sick to get results from it 0 o It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy o obrings color to a pale girls cheeks and pre 0 ovents coughs colds andconsumption 0 z Food in concentrated form for sick and o well young and old richand poor 0I 8Arid it contains no drugs and no alcohol g 0ALL DRUGQISTS SOc AND SlOO g 666060666000000000 OO 60601 LEVEL GREEN Quite a number ofour friends and relatives have colds and grip Wm Brown arid wife Willie Todd Sirs Katie Catron and a few others have beeen gripping but are convalescent at this writing Clarence McQueary the teacher at Plato dismissed last week on ac count of the serious illness of his fatln rMr A C Sowder and Mrs Bart Sams have been on the sick listVe regret very much to give up iur neighliors Mr Hun hn and family who have migrued to Mt Vernon R L BlOwn and Walter Elrod of Smerset attended the funeral of J F VlcQueary Jqnies Evans died of grip if his home near Plato on th2Jli inst He leaes a wife and family to mourn the loss of a dear husband and father His remains wete laid to rest in the Mt Pleasant cemetery on the C 21 Wade Brown attended the funer Tal of his uncle Frank McQueary at the McQueary Cemetery on the 24th inst Mr McQueary had been afflicted for years with throat and stomache trouble and was in very poor healh wheu he was at 1 tacked with grip two weeks since from which he never recovered but continued to grow weaker un 0til it was more powerful than his weak system could bear and on the 23rd inst hissoul took its flight to the God who gave it He bore his sufferings bravely and net death like the Christian he was who was not afraid to leave this sinful world to meet Jesus and put on im mortality He was 55 years ofage had been a member of the Baptist church since his youth He leaves two sisters Mrs J N Brown of this place and Mrs T J Barron of Iowa and three brothers in dif- ferentt states one of whom was at his bedside when the end came He also leaves a wife three sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate hus band and father Weep not loved ones for he has gone to receive the reward that is promised to those who love God and do His will t FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of Lizemore W Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disap points me and for the benefit of c others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25C1t all druggists Efforts are being made bya committee of the Tennessee Legisla ture to ascertain how much the railroads of the state earn in passen ger trrffic with a view tojdetermin ing the advisibility of a law fixing fares at two cents a mile For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago rheum tism bladder and other trhuble arising from bad blood They cleanse the kidnevs and dear the system Indorced and sold by Chas C Davis Harry Thaw had a conference with two of his lawyers due it is said to reports which had reached him to the effect that Disttict At torney Jerome would halt the trial and ask that a commission in luna cy be appointed WANT DMen and women in each county as fielfl managers to represent advertise and distribute isainpiesof our goods Salary 80 per month paid weekly and cash danced for expenses No capital e or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTH 1 g IER N CO Depot W 38 Nab Ave Chicago Ill CI J1 i J POOR ORGAN IAthe bile Thats what your does if it torpid Then the bile overflows intothe bloodI poisons your system causes siCkIheadache bllliousness sallow coated tonge sick stomacbe dizzi ringsIliver makes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aids doescnt force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtst SOME STATISTICS Ruckasile people drink too eat lOlls coffee daily many prefr it without sugar If each family in the county should use ten sbools of thread per year the spools if set upon et d would a mile toward the sky and the thread unwound wouldreach from Mt Vernon to Galveston Texas and on to Chicago a distance of 3400 miles If the number of biscuits daily eaten in the county ware laid edgewise in a line they would reach more than one and half miles There is enough stone in this county to construct several turn pikes entirely around the wOrld Ifall persons of Rockastle wre stooG in a row holding hands and each occupying a space of five feet there would be a string of Dtople reachinga distance ot more than thirteen miles A cross and pevish child is not natural There is something wrong Usually its ihe stomache Use Cascasweet and put the stOBache right and the sunshine will return to the babys lace Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold byChas C Davis The effect of the increase in the price of crude oil has already had and effect on the operation in Ken tu ky and renewed activity in un tried fields is expected as soon as spring opens Orino Laxative Fruit syrup is a new remedy an improvement on laxatives of foimer years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleas ant to take It is guaranteed Chas C Davis druggist WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Vatterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the wfy Democrats are gettingttogether The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have Sendyour order fort bis combi nation to us not torhe Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly Courier Journal alone is Ia year FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CUREYOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and1OO Bpitltia MEFUSK UBSTIUTCS CRAg C DAViS e lhtr wit Is of Mprcli have K terror to the user of DeWitis tr- ltizd Witch Ilazi Salve t jj i kj heals chapter and rrad 5kMi Good too t1r oilf juli burs iulnncoiihl lit be tj jIiri for Pie Sold here y l tas I Davis ILLILjJSBun Tlw firs issue of the Whitle Courj r wilt he delayed about W ei on ac nunt of me pa ts f the engine failing to reach here u time Jm1te J BFish jsti1l vtrv ill and his sthter Mrs S L Whitehead of Norton Va and his niece Mrs Dr Thompson of Cincinnatiare hero with hit On Monday night Wiliiarnsburg H tel a threestory frame building was completely destroyed by fire caused by the explosion of a lamp 1h total damage caused by the fire will reach about eight thousand d llars 4 WORKED LIKE A CMARM Mr D N Walker editoJ of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Rncklens Arnica Salve No infh m don followed he salve simply healed the wound Heals every sne turn arH skin disease Ga ra teed at all druggist 25c 1P1IJERIfOILCUTSSORESBU RHEUMATISM 25= = PREVENT HEADACHE Foice ihtm ti aids ineru Ramons treatment of Liver Pllb and Tonic Pellets streugitieu tin liver and digestive argaus so th n they do their work and foriifie your condition a aiut future troub le Entire treatment 25 cts at al drugstores Am 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 ypur 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 expelling Colds from the sys tern by aently moving the bowels K certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Red Clover Blos som and the Hooey Bee eveqbottle Tde KkRetmt LAXATIVE HONEYlETAR O- FLC DeWITT CO CHICAGO U a A Sold by CRAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 PUI No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creeknear Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms iri the county and will be soldat 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 stock water Also good orchard FA NO 5So acres of land between Bruin creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two louses rand well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 82l4acres near Freedom church splendid residece and amost desirable farm Price 2 a bargain FARM NO 1C1 hei tracts of land in onrt body consisting of 85 81 and 155 acres lo cated on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences feorge Hines and Geoige Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot- tomland and a good part ot it in up land but level land is good farming iland Abargain at 33 par acre One iv6Fm i ADoctors Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about The best kind of a thisISold for over sixty 111 Hade byT o Ayer Co LoweSt Mass Also manufacturers orIqers SARSAPARILLAI We have no secrets we publish the formulas or all our medicines You will hasten recovery by tak- Ing one of Ayers Pills at bedtime NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Folevs Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles io not af fected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiate or other harmful drug and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Chas C Davis druggist TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight about 50 lbs Owner can hsve same by paving all damages 2 2231 DAVID HENDERSON OASTOElJAHears Bgl1llturo of A SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain not manytimestake them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from the suffering which they would otherwise be compelled to endure Their upontherather than weaken them For this reason they seT dom lose their effective ness1 suffere4forpalpitatlonof theheartdontknowand they are the only remedy I have ever used that either did not wear JISJngthemwere such that I ivovld be obliged to cease their use MRS S C ROBINSON 27 Carter St Chattanooga Tent byyourItfallsbulkMiles Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer and DBALEli in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky jrodhead Marble Work ROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Mnaer x tewift Iron I kFencel tIICheapcrth1nwDodWlJ11aet a Ufctitn 14 l IIKr fWAR1 ROII4IIP4 I CINCINNATI 8r ieiiias of Iran Farce kjce pricM wilh ojCall ae3as ecd IN DAYS OK Y ootPrJ Our local Telpnone exchange can give you direct cnniitctlOul- with Lexington ttr nearly all the blue grass town OI the north aid vith London bourviile Manchester and several other mountain towns on the south In fact you can stay at home and talk to nearly every place except Hades Crab Orchard being the nearest station to that domain Kentucky Color 1 Nov 2 1901 Dave Jackson of London called on us to day Smiling Dave probably acquired Jhis euphonecus title from the iact that he publish ed a countr paper for a year with out starving to death for which he smiles a very continuous smile SIGNAL Nov 1887 John Flynn of Brodhead aged forty five years has just recovered from a spelt ot sickness For twentyseven years he has had steady work s trackwaiter on the Brodhead section Knoxville divis ion of the Louisville Nashville railroad The section is nine miles long which be doubles each day lIe worked 9735 days at pet d yjand walked in the twentysevenvears i i5o 230 mile andsays he js good for several thousand more His regularity of passing over the section was so accurate that farmers along th route wouldet their clocks by him when they saw him pass Kentucky Colonel iijor GIVEN UP TO DIE B Spieglei2ti4 N Virginia St Evansville Iud writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney andbladdernffections which caused me much pain nd worry I lost flesh and was all run down tnd a year ago had to abandon work I had thres of the bet physicians who did me no goodand I was practically given up to die Polevs Kidney Cure was recommended and tne first bottle gave me great relief and af ter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let helg you It is now thought that the bill providing fot an increase in the paof the officers of the army has no chance of passing at this session of Congress i o A s 1 OB JABean the A ThuKind W A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER ROOM j MOU DINGS ETC ETC Let us orfwork before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS Dentist lMt Vernon Kj f FirstClass 1 Work i OFFICEAt residence on Oli Main St kuown as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73JWill be in office at BRODHEAI from MONDAY NOON io TUESDAY NOON eachweek C C Williams ATTOkNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churci streetSpecial attention give to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embdlmer Com pleteL Nof eakPts c Ordei shy Telephone atterii ed promptly Stapford Ky t KILLCOUCIAND CURE THE LUNG WITH Dr Kings NehWscovari JIFP cONSUMPTION OUQHtMl OLH J 111OCJt 1nlt1iirj c Im oft AVcgcab1ePreparationrorAsshnilatin ligtheSttrnzicFsir4BowclScf Promotes 0 bcslionChcerru Inessandh1estCoiiainsileiLltei OpiumNorpline nor 1ofincr- alNorNAftCO IC Aiwuh1pI1rR11 I VfiinyrrtnTlaror rd JtlJ sII- IA onstipalionWormsConvulsionsFcverish ness and LOSS OF SUERII YacSimtc signature or NEW YORK EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER h and I F 1l I Akers of Va writes I what call stand I pain in my back was very I said an was I bear the of the knife After tak ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk around Can now do my am in health JJ Cardui is a pure essence to cure womens It- t re for all Isafewomen In suc use for over 70 Try it For I Ncwvosacrry Mrs had and had and and and but and and Drug Store in SlOO I WINE OF ASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 1- 1Use Over Try Years ICASTORIA PNY No Operation Malinda Basham doctors prolapse couldnt straight shoulders irregular profuse Doctors operation needed couldnt thought housework splendid vegetable medicinal especially adapted diseases regulatesirregularities pleasant remedy The Free IWritelitAt Every Bottles CAR OU IJJONAS McKENZIE COME COME JILI E invite all to come and see us At my store you j will always finda good selection of Dry Goods and I 4 Notions i CLOTHING IWe earrry a full lineof Clothing that will suit all 1 sizes aId ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drug tationey Ciga Tobdeo Painty or and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children SpeciaFfg S C DAVIS Prop lIoN9 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY X J GR NVILLE OWENS IuN RTA ERI JBroieadKyI COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes An Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled