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Ii Ji r J p i c Fridayouui tunTtEstablished IVOLlrME XgITVERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 5 1907 NUMBER 28IU i J J r7fffv s1ttttttttttttt ttttttttttttttt rrIII KNOW HOW s- w TO CATCH EW Erw y E 1906 was my Banner Year 3= During that year I soldmore k 3 = goods than ever before = w Ilhefirst three mouths or = quarter of 1907 in point or = = sales has the first quarter of = = 906 Skinned block = w I ill Tell You How I Manage It I w www ting the other fellows custom = ers every day The other fellows 3= trade comes to me be = cause I keep in stock the most 3 shownain Rockcastle county at lower = EPrices than the other fellow = = can sell for Because Isell 3 SHOESP 3 Leathw Ao er and Leather that fits the mrwLadies feet and the Childrens = Efeet and when I sell the other 3- E fellows customer a pair of = Douglas shoes the other fel d = E low looses a shoe customer for 3 timew = rtI1 When I Want To Catch Flies I Use TanfouI t thew= other fellows customer I = Eshow him my line of Clothing = finest tailored best fitting hand o- E tailored garments that can bewE made try a suit on him name 3 E the Low Price and Presto E Change the other fellows =v looser a customer = r wBelieve in Sticking to a Good Thing ETheBest Shoes the Best 3 ther 3- g Best Dry Goods the Best = Groceries the best of every v = Ething is none too good for my V 3 sa- 3= As I said before I 0= in sticking to a good thing E Thats why I pay my head 3 thew = Ethelargest salary ever paid a 3clerk in Rockcastle county 3- E He is a goodthing He know exactly how to treat U1Y = customers He has the ability illw = E not be satisfied with coining = E once but will come again and 3 comingr y 3 = The good people of Rock 5 iLi = Ei castle have been very kindfb i E me and in order to show my y E appreciation I shalls P e ldr = = the remainder fmy life in = yourmidHtaJldwilJ see 0 it M 3Eitem bought ofus w 111 1 1111tl111111111111111111111 ill111111111111111111111111111111111 U J j v y A busy man I WIU SPARKS The above is a fair likeness of our fellowtownsman W J Sparks who is about the busiest man we know of and yet each departmental his business receives its proper attention Mr Sparks operates three large rock crushers two in this county and one in Tennessee employing three hundred to four hundied men during the spring summer and fall pntting out from twentyfive to forty car loads of crushed stone per day amounting to thousands of dollars each year Besides this he has at Sparks Quarry a lime kiln which has a capacity of more than a car loam per day and runs almost continuously the entire year For the last two or three years he has turned his attention to a certain extent to railroad contract work having just recently complet agodidHe is now making preparations to begin the shipment of a conglomer ate of sand and gravel from a point just North of Liviningston and when successfully put in operation will excel either of the other four enterprises mentioned above Indeed we say Mr Sparks is a busy man whose push hustle and enterprise has been of incalculable advance en and promotion to our county OTTAWAr J W Brown and family spent EugeneRogersand tyJ W Proctor of Quail was in thissection Thursday and Saturday ol1bnsinesJ E Brown has returned from East Bernstadt where he has been for quite a wjileS- T Proctor was in Lincoln county Friday on business Reubin Wa- lll was at home from East Bern stadt on a visit Wednesday until MondavJ B Sutton went to Brodhead Thursday onbusinessIMeasles are raging in JOFridav on business George Bal lard jfli family left Thursday for Uorbin1 J Brown was in Mt Vernon Monday J S Cash bought of David Cash a yoke of cattle for 40 Mr Jno Wallen and family have moved into the property vacated by Mr George BallardMrs Mary J Brown has her new line of millinery The singing at Un ion church is progressing nicelv The protracted meting at Zion church conducted by Rev Wilson of Brodhead closed Sunday with 13 additions James Thompson who was shot continues about as usualJames Harness came home on a visit from Mt Vernon Sun dayTart Proctor was in Brod head Thursday on businessMiss Ella Hays visited relatives an trieuds here Snnday Mr Heir bert Barnes of Brodhead was in this section FridaPMr and Mrs Mitchel Owens visited S T Proc tor and family Saturday Dand Sun dayGrip and bad colds are the order of the day with the of this section Fred and Reubin Wallen left Monday for East Bern stadt where they will work on the railroad Charley Brown visited the fair sex at Krueger Sunday Robert Walled was in l3rodhe- aMondayMr and Mrs Robe Rrown and family spent Easter with relatives in Pulaskicounty tS T Proctor was in Brodhead Tuesday Whatsit that tastes as sweet as sugar and qulcklyrebeves conghs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer CougSyrupdy that expels the cold through its laxative ctiononthebowelC- onformsstr ctly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by sQ Davis i Li 1y1I QUAIL Jacob Elder attended court a nThompson e is still in a very serious condition Dr Proctor has sold his farm to Henry Sutton of near Preachers villa for 2000 Mr Sutton will take possession in July Dr Proctor will probably make his future home at Louisville Mrs W H Brown of Preachersville has been visiting her father Rev Martin Owens The measles are making the rounds in this vicinityMelvin wens who has been laid up with the measles is able to out again MrsMattie Owens is very sick withmeaslesMost of the farmers will soon be done breaking up corn groundR A Herrin is buileing himself a new dwellingThe singing school closed Sunday last at Union Ridge conducted by Prof Wm Owens and Jacob Elder David Herrin is numberedamong the sikIke Snodgrass of wan Colo is in for a few days visiting hIS mother Mrs Margarette SnodgrassMrs Mary E Herrin has been visiting her daughter Mrs Charlie Rogers of near Small Miss Minnie Lawrence of Small Ky has been visiting her cousin Mrs Lula ProctorWheat is look coupspadgrass farms it would be much betters Rest is the great restorer We tire our muscles by exercise and then rest to restore them yet a great many of us do not stop to ouea n part of our bodiesissogeneraUy as our digestive organs A tired and overworked stomach will Rive signs of distress to which we pay no heed until at last Dys pepsia takes hold Indigestion is tbrtfurther consequences XODOL is a most thoiough stomach rebel givestheassists in restoring it to its normal OLisIt is sold here by Chas C Davis fileha r x asking f25000 damages tried in Breathitt county and a motion made Monday at Lexington indi dates that this will be thefirsf effort made by the defendants jo tt i I- fbrkoc UoWij 1sof people HANDSOME alileathersfJ lTh Our Leaders We have just received a large shipment of the American Centleman and the vAmerican Lad11 SHOES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St LouisMo A positive withr guarantee goes ev i cry pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are looking for uptodate footwear dont fail to call W and see our line R- ii CLOSING OUT We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and goodin order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just whatreve say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before s SONs J f I y c 33c 3cDbcJ CONWAY saEasterpretty warm weatherFarmers in this sectiou are about through sowing oats some have planted their Irish potatoesWe cannot remember seeing pretty weather so early in the season as we had in latter part of March and vegetation come up as fastHarvey Chenault went out snake hunting last waek and treed one under a brush heap and being determined to get it and it looked too much like work tear out the brush to get it so heI concluded to set the brush on firs to roust out the snake and did so set the wood on fire and destroyed about one hundred dollars worth of fencing cord wood etc and got no snake Mr Chenault now thinks it very foolish for a man to especieally if leaves ere dry B A Riddle got his right foot badly mashed here on Saturday o last week by a wagon running oves it loaded with 35 or 40 bushels of wheatU S Berry sold a bunch of shoats to the ROltn stone perYyou nerd some empty bee hives this season write to D G Pullins Conway Ky for the Pullins Bee- Hive or to Berea Ccllege Berea Ky They are manufacturing th Pullins hive for sale and it is said inouse gelYatives at Corbin and London this week Perry Lambert of London visited his mother and sister here this week Several new phones aes James Maret gets the line repaired to this place Why not run it onto Scaffold Cane so the people up there can talk to the outside world once in a while B A Riddle h set his new sawmill on the Her tract of land recently bought b TL C and Joe Wood bdee n clerking for the Roundstone Land Co here for some time will move to Berea this week to engage in ness thereRev Briscoe of Vernon is holding a meeting here this week tJ the school house t I t ltVii J A SHOE J J Ida Wood the new firm y they never knew trade in the business better in Conway since they have been here than at present Jim is a good merchant and knows just how to entertain a customer to make him want to come back to see him and bring aI basket of eggs or a dozen chickens and get all they are worth in goods or cash James Cope and sonwho have lived on the Hurt tract of land for the 10 left last LIKeltonagent at this place Easter eggs were no scarcity here Sunday Conway has improved so fast site our last writing to the Signal we hardly know just where to be ginto to tell of the growth of the little village so we will pass this and wait till you visit the little vii lage and see what has taken place in the past three or four months 8 WORKfhad so seriously affected my right lung writea Mrs Fannie Conner of Rural Route No Georgetown Tenni that I coughed continu ously nigh and day and the neigh bors predictionconsumption seemed Inevitable until my hus band brought home a bottle of DrI Kings New Discovery which inI my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak remeyou n in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New discovery the real cure Ii Guaranteed by all drug gistsoc and i Trial bottle free The brewers of St Louis have announced that all negotiations with their striking amployes are off and declored an open shop DOING BUSINESS AGAIN When my friends thought thiasworld on account of Indigeston ttyyll N Y and when it looked as there was no hope left I was pe sunded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are cure lug me I am now doing busing aite byalldrugxist MARETBURG The sick in this immediate vicin ity have about recovered Mrs Martha Lewis and Mrs Hensman remain right sick Bro Karr is expected at the church Sat and unSunday School has begun to take new life again hoping to make a seccess this year by good attendance and interest from the com munity Maretburg now has a phone which fills a long needed wantMrs Den McClure is visit ing her mother Mrs Rebecca Rey nolds Misses Grace and Alice McCall at home en account of the serious illness of their grandmother Mrs LewisMrs Bert Whitehead of Livingston spent three days of this week with her grandmother Mrs LewisMrs Susan Hender son of Parksville is with Mrs W B Whitehead and Mrs J J Mc Call in attendance of their motherJMrs Lewis during her illness CATARRH AND CATARRHAt HEADACHE are buickly releived by Nosena It soothes the congested membranes allays inflamationr and thoroughly moistallto thicken and become dry Cures colds thsoat trouble noarsness n9sebreatsleeping offensive breath etc It is antiseptic and contains no chemi cals or drugs having a narcotic ef udrugbabitIt has developed through a mo tion filed by her counsel that Mrs Eddy has transferred her prop erty to three trustees Maj H W Salmon convicted at Warsaw Mo of illegal bank ing was Tuesday refused a new trial and sentenced to three years appealIHow To AVOID AppaKpiciTis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipat Syrupr ulating the Jiver and bowels and restores the natural action of the t Fruitnand is mild and pleasant to tAte Refuse substitutes Chas C IM ti jj j ti = d W if tMr VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 5 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATI DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W Beckham For Governor S W Ha er For Attorney General John K Hettd ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfre For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby I afoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault We are authorized to announce O V JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years caused by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election IflO subject to the action of the Republican party YOUNG people should acquire the habit of correct speaking and writing and abandon as early as possible any use of slang words and phrases The longer you put this off the more difficult the ac quirement of correct language will De and if the golden age of youth the proper season for the acquisit ion of language be passed in its abuse the unfortunate victim will most probly be doomed to talk slang for life You have merely to use the language which you read instead ofthe slang you bear to form a taste in agreement with the speakers and poets in the country MICROBES in everthing you eat and drink and if you eat and drink microbes you will surely die and if you dont eat and drink you will still more surely die Bound to surely die in any event you had better pay no more attention to microbes than your granddadies did They Ate and drank ever thing they wanted and they lived long and prospered What did Methuselauh know about microbes in his time Eat and drink everything you want microbes and all and you will live until you die and that is what old Methuselah did he lived until be died AN experienced teacher savs that pupils who have access to newspapers at home when compared with those who do not are better readers better spellers better grammarians better punctuators and read more understandingly and obtain a practical knowledge geography in almost half the time it requires others The news paper is decidely an important fact or in modern life This will not be disputed by anyone who has taken the trouble to investigate the matter for himself DID you ever notice that tobacco is always clean If a man drops a piece of meat no matter how clean the floor may be he will either give ita kick or pick it up and lay it to one side He will never eat it Bnt let him drop his plug of tobacco on the ground and no difference how dirty the spot where it fell he will pick it up and giveita care less swipe on his coat sleeve or on the bosom of pants and then take a chew with greater relish than ever OLD KENTUCKYS GROWTH Official figures furnished by the Federal Covernment show that the increase in Kentuckys property rom 1900 to 1904 was 162355 5 2The total in 1904 was 1526 4892401 in 1900 itwas 1365130 178 Real property and improvements show an increase from 795 8391607 in 1900 to 859247997 in 1904 In live stock we have moved from 77835007 to 96489469 In farm machinery the advance has been from 15301 to 17682827 urp- ifthasheenftom 37765815 to a t 41375608 ts The railroads sand their equipment were valued in 1900 at 128 520000 in 1901 at Street railway shipping and waterworks have risen in value from 5i994061 to 597103 t2 Machinery tools and impliments were valued in Igor at 25424506 in 1904 30907195 All other valuations are cited at 235449865 in 1900 and 27i295852 in 1004 The average value of land per acre was in 1900 3095 par acre and in 1904 3341 The per cap ital valuation in 1900 stood at 37061 in 1904 37976 Ken tucky has made gigantic strides It is every day moving forward With an equitable system of State and local taxation her advance will be even still more rapid No State in the Union has greater possibilities than Ke tucky s NEWS ITEMS The Department of Agriculture is making preparations to begin prosecution under the Pure Food law at an early date Uncle Sams Treasury chest is overflowing With three months of the fiscal year to come there is a surplus of over 51000000 The second secretary of the American Legation at Viena Eran cis G Langdon of New York has resigned and will return to Amen ca in May- Jackson Wilson of Wolfe countv on Sunday shot and killed his son and probably fatally wounded his wife He claims that the shooting was entirely accidental The complete count of the votes cast in Detroit at Mondays elec tion shows that the proposttion to occept 750000 from Andrew Carnegie for a library was defeated by fewer than 100 votes Railroads west ol Chicago receiv ed during 1906 a total of 1260 677 for the transportation of emi grants the largest distributed in the history of the Western Immi gration Bureau The acting Governor of Alaska has appealed to the President for troops to preserve peace at the Treadwell mines in Alaska where about seven hundred miners are reported to be on a strike James J Hill has resigned as president of the Great Northern railway and will hereafter serve as chairman of the board of directors Hiss sonL W Hill has been elected president of the road Governoi Patterson in a messagr to the Tennessee Legislature calls attention to a number of measures awaiting that bodys action and in timates that be will call an extra session unless something is done According to a decision announced Tuesday by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals the pos session of the valuable jewels of Mrs Cassie Chadwick which were alleged to have been smuggled from France must be passed upon by the FederarCpurts of New York instead ot Cleveland Federick A Busse Republican was elected Mayor of Chicago yesterday by a plurality of about 13000 over Edward F Dunne the Democratic incumbent The tract ion ordinances which were oppo sed by Mayor Dunne were adopted by a majority of more that 30000 When your back hurts it is almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys are wrong there is nothing so good as the use of De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills They assist the kidneys Sold by Chas C Davis LIY1NG8TOJS J A Bullock has purchased the barber supplies belonging to Perry Durham and will run a first class barbershop atthe old stand ad joining Dr Webbs drug store Mr Durham will more his family away from this placeF L Thompson the drummer was with our merchants WednesdaySam Pennington came down from Mt Vernon Wednesday Will make this his home having purchased the Eight Gables hotel of WC Mullins for 225oDee Bryant moved his household goods to Lebanon Junction this week His regretipeopleMr and Mrs McRoberts have broken up housekeeping and will board with Mrs Farley this sum mer Miss Lee Rider will also stop with her sister Mrs McRob erts at Mrs Farleys Miss Ver nie AVathen will return to her sister at Lebanon and make that place her home She will be greatly missed among our young people Mr and Mrs Edgar Griffin and little son Rex are out from Corbin visiting Mr and Mrs Rome Ad amsMrs Luther Mullins and little children Lonene and Donald of Corbin spent Sunday and Mon day with Mesdames Geo Griffin and Egbert HayesMiss Iida Ccok has been on the sick list but is able tobe at her place in the post office againMhs Cora Ad arcs was attending the post office during Miss Lida Cooks absence Tuesday and Wednesday Sam Ward Jr of Louisville was visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Ward Sunday Mrs Mary Hagan has moved in to her residence on Main street recently purchased of Mrs Jesse C Roller of LouisvilleMrs Ar thur Boring is visiting her par ents at Parksville Miss Bessie Mullins the charming visitor of Miss Cora Adams has returned to her home at Mt Vernon Arthur Boreing is on a pleasure trio to the South Will visit New Orleans and Pensacob Fla before return ingEmmett Cummins of Cor bin is spending a few days wich his cousin Casper Adams at this placeA new tower is being erected at Sinks and it is reported that it will control twenty eight leversMr and Mrs Joe Oliver have returned from Knoxville and have a nice supply of spring goods J W Baker has been in Louis vine buying spring goodsHardin Mshaffey has returned to Atlanta Ga to take his old position back again as brakeman on the A K N Miss Bertha Hicks has a severe attack ofmeaslesThe revi valat the Christian church is still going on Rev Cocke will be joined by Rev Campbell o Clay City Saturday Rev Camp bell is the regular pastor and it is hoped will spend the following week with lis Henry Browning haspurchased the house and lot belonging to Mrs Lou Quinn Consideration rooMessrs Johu Johnson and Harry Lee were in Louisville from Saturday until Monday Matt Foure has sold his stock of groceries to Messrs Ben Brummit and Hiram Jennings The style of the new firm will be Brummitt Jennings Mrs W J Childless and children are visit ing Mrs Childress parents Mr and Mrs Houston MeFerron at Pine Hill George Travilliao a farmer living near town was fatal ly hurt while working in a field near his nome Wednesday a very large log rolled over him ibreakiug several ribs and causing internal injuries which will prove fatal He is not expected to live but a few hoursOma McClure the 18 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Fillard McClure died Monday of pneumonia She was an affectionate devoted daughter and the bro kenhearted perents have the sympathy of the entire community The remains were interred in the McGuire cemetery Tuesday W A CARSON PAFNTER AN- DPAPERflAHBER WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed REDUCED RATES VIA ten descent Route ON THEe First and Third Tuesday- of each month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning till May 311 1907 For particulars write IL C KING C P zTA Lexington Ky y o GcGgL BARGAINS caico 5cP d The bottom slashed out the whole fix SPlalNG SIlO S LOW CUTS in White Pink and Drab MISSES arid CHILDRENS SANDALS Cut to the Bottom Come in while at Court The Low Prices will continue the whole FOUR WEEKS ofllBigCourtt Highest Prices fo- rProduce and Country Hams SEE OUR Trunks Dress Goods and Little Boys Suits l G T JOHNSON Opposite Court House BARGAINSs2 3Ctpe 32K3 3C r COMPLETELINE- FIaNEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL Remember that We have the I j st at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE c e e OfQothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH AndrewsKentucky Spring is Here A nd W H Baker the Langford Mer chant can furnish you everything you need in the way of Spring Goods al Ladies Readytrimed Hats Press goods WI Calicoes Ginghams Etc W i SHOES W of nRline of Shoes is second to none in the county and UR prices on everything is right E pay you the highest market price for your pro iduce Call and see us businesshwH BAKER I f LAl TTGIXXf At the instance of Atty Floyd Byrd the cases againstthe Hargis es and Callahan charged with the murder of James Cockrill have been set fox trial on May the yth at Lexington This was done it was said tOkeep the cases on the docket for the April term in event that there should be any merit ot the trial at SandypostPone1 John C Tarpy Chief of Police of Winchester died from the effect of a bullet wound received several days ago in afight with an alleged thief during which he shot and killed his opponent JiBears the reuf l R = t t 1 l THREE DAYS SALE III 1 will on THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY l MARCH 21 22 and 23 offer for sale my entire Winter Stock of Goods Consisting of r OVERCOATS MEN AND BOYS SUITS LADIES AND r CHILDRENS WRAPS LADIES AND GENTS UNDER WEAR HOSIERY SHOES AND RUBBERS make room for my Spring Stock and the above t IMusregardless of prices BSpecial Cash and Produce Sale Saturday Eve 23 on Men and Boys odd Pants Ladies and Childrens Facinators and Hats REMEMBER THE DATES MARCH 21 22 23fA C HIATT Ii HI ATT KENTUCKY YOUR BANKING r No matter how small HO inattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNONI will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alikeaRemember 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 W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash rttttttttttttttttttt1 Willis Griffin g PRACTICAL =UNDERTAKER 3 2FUNERALMt Vernon Ky 3 E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no g sEtice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming rfS 3EM S Phone No 63 311111111111l111111111111111111111111111111J111111111111111 1Jl1l111111111 S BRING YOUR r L JOB WORK TQ THE SINAw- t r- i rtira II iJ t ij 3 c tr f i 0 t I MT VERNON a SIGNAL I MTVllRNON KY April S 1907 I Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 291 7fae b R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mailmatter t PERSONAL Little Christine Davis has the mumpsThomas Brown of Sumerset was here Sunday Will Brooks was up from Crab- Orchard Tuesday Mrs Susan Henderson is visit ing relatives here Mrs L R Hugher is with her parents for a few days Mrs Judith Chestnut is with friends here this week E C Menefee has been on the pick list for a few days Mrs M J Miller who has been very sick for several days is better Mr and Mrs Luther Mullins visited relatives here the last of the week Miss Susie Thompson returned Tuesday from a few days visit in LouisvilleW has returned fro m North Carolina and reports his wife no better Mrs Boreing wife of J J Borer ing Jr deceased will leave soon for home in Hagan Va Jim Jordan and family left Tues day for Santo Texas where they will make their future home Silas Daily is just recovering from the measels His wife and three children are yet to have themGrover Price of the Louisvile Hospital College spent a few days at home with his parents Dr and Mrs T J Price Mrs Lou Purcell has returned to Corbin to make her home Her son fredie is brakeman between Corbin and Knoxville- S E Penningtqn has purchased the Eight Gables Hotel at Livingston His father A Pennington will move and take charge of the hotelMr and Mrs J T Gentry have been visiting relatives in Pulaski for the past week They are with Mr Gentrys parents here for a day or two Mr M J Miller Sr was taken very seriously ill yesterday and all hope of recovery was several times abandoned He slightly improved this morning Ve had the pleasure of visiting our friend JB Fish reIgretwe did not find him any betterI Charley Simpson has resigned his position at Coal Creak on ac count of sickness Mr Simpson has been in very poor health for over a year He is in Shelbyville this week and will probly go to Hot Springs in the near future R L Smith and beautiful daughter Miss Lillie and Mrs J Boreing Jr were pleasant callers at this office yesterday Mrs Boreing came in to wind up some business matters and to buy- husbanda monument for her s jTherethesheriffs were out summoning a jury in the Norton case the Judge adjourned that the attorneys might have an opportunity to go down to Williamsburg and hear Senator Tillman in his famous speech on The Race Question Those who went from here were Judge John son Attys C C Williams J W Brown and B J Bethurum Judge L W Bethurum Mr G C Fish and ye editor LOCAL I will take in exchange for tombI stones and monuments any duce that there is a market Mt Vernon at the highest priceI George Owens I 32231 Mt Vernon X Born to the wife of Asher Cum mins a fine baby boy G M Ballard and JF Griffin bought of J L Moyer a one half acre lot each Price 112 50 each The Easter services at the Christ tau church Sunday under the su pervision of Mrs von Eichen drew large crowd add was thoroughly appreciated The Modern Woodmen of Amer ica are rapidly increasing the membership of the lodge at this place Four new members were taken in Tuesday night and several other applications were presented Mrs L L Jarrett is here to take charge of the Lair kitchen Mrs Jarrett needs no introduction to Aztec people who have eaten her excellent cooking at the Hotel Fiedler Her friends here are le gion and they will be glad to welcome her once more Her daugh ter is here alsoSan Juan Demo crat Aztec N M Quite a number are on the move this week S H Martin moved to his new residence just complet ed on West Main Marshal Smith moved to the house vacated by Mr Martin D E Davis moved to the Stephens property and J L Moyers to property vacated by Mr Davis Mrs Alice Tate will move to the W T Smith property re cently purchased by C C Cox and Sheriff R L McFerron will go to the residence made vacant by Mrs Tate Mr W T Smith is selling off his household goods and we understand will go to Illinois We wish to call attention to the announcement of Mr O V Jar ret as a candidate for jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years caused by the death of his brother L L Jarrett At the No vember election 1905 Mr JL L Jarrett was elected to that office but on account of ill health he was never able to assume the duties of the office and going West for his health died a few months later His brother O V Jarrett was ap pointed to fill the office until thi next regular election which comes this fall Mr Jarrett has made a good officer faithfully discharging the duties of his office and circumstances surrounding the situation presents a strong plea for him why he should be given the office for the remainder of the term At the meeting of the Board of Trusties Saturday night and ordi nance was passed ordering new sidewalks built on south side of West Main Street extended from the corporated limits on the west to U G Bakers store an order was also made that the walks on the north side should be put in proper repair This is an improve ment that has long since been needed and we trust that ever prop erty owner or the south side will go along and build walks without any controversy The board has the perfect right to force the build ing of the walk which they will do circumstances demands it but it is not the desire of any member of the board to have to resort to any other than pleasant and buisness like means in securing the construct ion of this walk and their action was purely for the best interest of the town Ninety days is the time allowed in which to begin work hut we hope to see the walk completed long before that time- CIRCUIT COURT The Norton case has the attention of the consumedI week Monday and Tuesday being spent in the selection of a jury After exhausting the regular panel of twentyfour a special venire of 124 was summoned and at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon this entire list had been called and only eleven retained Another special venire of twentyfive was summoned for Wednesday morning when the panel was filled The following gentlemen were chosen to try the case Sam Bryant Andrew Mar tin S L Durham J S Langford Steve Albright Richard Moberly Walter Brock Alfred Alexander P F Hopson J J Brown and J C Kelley The defense asked for a severance of the defendants and that only one be tried the Com monwealth electing that Joe Nor tor Jr be the one for trial There are about forty witnesses to the side and it will take the entire week to try the case Atty C C Williams Judge Morrow and Judge L W Bethurum represent the de fense while Acting Comm n wealths Attorney B J Bethnruui and J dgeSD Lewis have of the rostcntion V al t N s 7ar s t 54 BRAND 5J ARE 1f TTER UYinterests are ours that is why we have one of the most complete lines of uptodate service giving shoes in this ffl u I part of the country These shoes have a star on the heel which means satisfaction There isa capital of 375000000 t behind every pair of Star Brand shoes and it means that no defective shoddy shoes ever go out of a Star factory Star Brand shoes wear well because they are made from the best leather money can buv they are put together by experts in big specialty factories and these workmen watch every single detail which accounts for the absence ofm Star Brand Shoes Ii6LWe Walk on Stars so can you I Stars dont hurt your feet like ordinary shoes but fit and feel good from the start f Dont think this is a slash price sale for it isnt It is our Opening Sale on the seasons snappiest styles in Shoe dom and there are no cut prices We are listing our four leaders I Patriot Shoes lendingtstyles in the most pop for men IIulareathers n 1ftt1ftI Mr S H Martin has jnst com pleted his new residence on West Main which is one of the most conveniently arranged buildings in the town It is constructed offirst class umber and is indeed qnite an addition to that end of Main Street A special from Stanford dated the 4th says Hon M F North has withdrawn from the race for Rep in this county and in a card urges his friends to support F H Shanks his opponent who has no opposition Mr Shanks will be nominated by a precinct convention Saturday A CALL The Republicans of Rockcastle County Kentucky are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky at the honr of i oclock P M on the 20th day of April 1907 tot the purpose of selecting sixteen dele gates to attend the Republican District Convention of the Third Railroad District of Kentucky to be held at Mt Sterling Ky on the 24th day of April 1907 for the purpose of nominating a Republi can candidate for Railroad Com missioner in said district to be vo ted for at the November election 1907 Given under my hand this first day of April 1907 B J BETHURUM Chm Rockcastle Co Rep Com BKOWHEAD Robert Hicks of Louisville spent last Sunday here with his parents Mr and Mrs Larkin HicksAunt Judith Chestnut is visiting friends and relatives in Mt Vernon this weekMrs J W Hutcheson and son James Ed ward have returned home from a visit to Harrodsburg Mesdames M E Wilmott and Walter Mille attended the funeralof Uncle Na Wilmott at Wilmotts Chappele i Lincoln county last Saturday Miss Eliza Pike has returned home from a mopths visit to her sister Mrs Robert Hicks at Louis villeDont fail to attend Miss openingeshop is again open and as good a i I Society Shoes Ladies who want the best of all things in foot wear will stop here S300 J I 5 8barber as can be foundinlKentucky is always there ready to attend all tonsorial wantsJ W Hutcheson is in Louisville and Cincinnati week on business H B thisI ry is visiting Dr W F Carter in Louisville this weekMrs L B Cable and daughter Miss Susie ammlinundayMrs S Monie Dunn has returnd to her home at Danville after spending a week here with her sister Mrs J G Fiith Mr Fletcher West traveling salesman of Cincinnati was here Tuesday calling on our merchants WA Tyree is in Summer shade Metcalf county this week on businessMrs Belle Henderson has returned to her home at Paint Lickafter being with her daugh ter Mrs Newland frlyo weeks Miss Burdette Owens entertained a few of her friends Wednesday evening between 8 aud up m- All present report a very enjoyable evening Miss Eliza Pike is get ting up a music class Heres hoping you all the success due any music teacher Miss Katie land Master Robert Cass visited their sister Mrs L B Hilton at Pine first of the weekMrs W K Shugars and son are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs K L Tanner at McKinneyMiss Lena Al bright entertained very royally last Thursday evening in honor of her 9th birth dayMrs L B Hilton of Pine Hill is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R CassMiss Elizabeth Cable and O A Frith called on Miss Minnie Gentry in the country Sunday afternoon- J W Hutcheson bought of H H Hutcheson Kirksville a fine harness mare for 200Mrs Percy Benton and Miss Maude Watson were in Mt Vernon Satuaday shoppingMrs Albright has return ArJunctionMrt fronm N C She was accom panied home by her father Jack Leece otJ uoxville Tenn spent familybereWT Tate property on West Main and will move to it at onceB C Adams was in Paris first of the week fi Our Family Shoes A Shoe for every mem ber of your family made of Serviceable box Mens 275 and calfI Womens 175 and Misses 175 I f on business =C H Frith and daughter MissElnora have return ed from Louisville where Judge Frith percbased very extensively in all the latest fads ofeverything kept in a generalstoreA E Adams and family left here Tues day for Hydro Okla where they will reside in the future Our loss will be Hydros gainA C Mc Clary and M C Albright have returned from a weeks stay in Lou isvilleSeph Leece has accepted a position with the L Nat Leb anon Junction and left here Thurs day for that placeMrs J W Tate visited Mrs Lee Tate at Mt Vernon last Sunday and Mondav Jno B Smith of Crab Orchard was here Wednesday looking after his timber interestsMiss Willie Benton left Thursday for Nazareth where she is attending schoolAl ma Forbes of Level Green is a pleasant visitor at Mr and Mrs Orus Boweis Jno Benton enter tained a number of his most inti matefriends at his beautiful home Willie Oakland on last Thurs day evening between the hours o 8 pm and 12 p m Games and dancing were indulged in till the wee hours of morn Refreshments which were the most desirable del icaceis of the season were served at the proper time Those attending wer Misses Carrie and Roberta Frith Willie Benton Dora Dick erson Elizabeth and Etta Cable Cora Sigmon Mattie Wilmott and Gertrude Martin Messrs G W and O A Frith Brack and Fred Durham Jno Benton Oscar Graveley and H B McClary All departed saying we couldnt have weIPenns famous treaty tree fell in a gale nearly a hundred years ago its prominenc being so marked in its early days that the English guardsaround it during the Revolution After it was felled by a gale in 1810 a great part of the tree was sent to StokeIstill preserved Jane McCrea wasI fI Elzy R- Shoe Shoe made of box calf the kind of leather resists wet pliable and stay nice soft thatIMens 2 50 Boys 175 and 225 l Hudson This tree was the silent witness of tbe death ofa brave girlwhose scalp was taken by an Indian to Burgoynes camp and sold whereat her lover who recognized it deserted the army that would allow such practices Haskins in the Courier Journal ADJOINING COUNTIES A special from Lancaster dated April 2nd says The Garrard has1justthe meeting was an unqualified successProf Scherflus of Illinois de livered an address on Tobacco Raising Prof J E Wing of Ohio gave an instructive lecture on1 Alfalfa Corn Raising and soil Fertility Prof E S Goode of Indiana discussad stock raising and M F Thompson of Jefferson county spoke of fruit culture The Hon Hubert Vreeland Com missioner of Agriculture acted as chairman A large membership of Garrard farmers were in attendance courtfgramme In a letter addressed to C H Smith President of the Illinois Manufacturing Association declin ing to address that body on the present railroad and financial situa tion President Roosevelt makes clear the fact that he believes his views on the subject have been sufficiently stated and also that it anyldent will renew his request of Congress at its next session tor power to deal with the question of overcapitalization of railroad In connection with the fact that the President has made no reference in hi s peeches or messages to the question of the physical valuation of railroads it is said that his posi tion is that the roads themselves will work out the problem as an item of bookkeeping Where you need a pill take pill and be sure its an Early Rise Dewits Little Early Risers area safe sure satisfactory pills The pills with a reputation They do not grip or sicken They are sold here by Chas C Davis Delicious F f Hot Biscuit MADE WITH I ROAL POWDER RAKING 1 are tfigrinost appetizing health r ful 2nd nutritious of foods t 14 Qeiide t S il theBakinQPowder y 1iAKWQ 00NtWVOrAK t c r 3f fc ii t1 T O 0008 +O O+O 0That hacking cough continues Because your system exhausted and 0your powers of resistance weakened O Take Scott Emulsion tSItbuilds up and strengthens your entire system JT contains Cod Liver OilandHypophosphites Q I prepared that it is easy to takeand easy to digest 0 o ALL DRUddSTS SOc NDtoo 0 O OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO OO IFREE From Isaac Shelby to JC W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published The Evening Post has for several years endeavored to secure pictures of all Xcntncky Governors ami has at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance of the Ken tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodat AUns sh9wthg Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all ths presidents of the United States Ruler and Flags of nil nations steamship routes statistical data history of the RussoJapan War alsolate maps of the United States ran ama Canal Eastern and Western eports of the last three national census and much other historical information This unique and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription by mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the subscription price by or agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition is sent to each reader according to the time that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Home I11g fcnenlng J05f LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper 4 A sensation was created in New York Tuesday by the publication of a letter written in December 1905 by E Harriman to a Friend in New York in which it is charged that in return for the proposed ap pointment by the President of Sen ator Depew as Ambassador to France he Harriman raised 200000 which was contributed to the Republican campaign fund of New York State The President immediately issued a denial that he had ever asked Harrima directly or indirectly for any contribution and at the same time gave out copies of correspondence bearing on the subject between himself and Rep resentative Shuman of Yew York Late lat night Mr Harriman gave out an additional statement in which he says the President has treated him with great injustice and also makes public some addi tional correspondence THE NEW PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is not effec ted bv the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we retcommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by Chas C Davis Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 698 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Leslie circuit court in favor of G A Manus againt Matilda Hall lor one of my deputies will on the 22nd day of April 1907 between the hours of 10 o clock a m and 3 oclock pm al the Court House door in Mt Vernon Rock castle county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so Much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit 139 acres of land purchased from Win F Ygung and located near Brodhead in Rockcastle county Kentucky and bound ed thus On the north by the lands ofT S Frith and Maggie Holmes East by the lands of T S Frith south by the lands of H G Howard and Thos John sonand west by the lands of Robert Payne and Kennedy as shown by deed in office of records Mt Vernon Rock castle County Ky Amouns to be made Debt 1000 cost 1785 with 6 cent interest from July 2nd 1900 until day of sale Levied upon as the property of Matilda IJai- lTERMSSale will be made on a cred it of three months bond withapproved security required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from dayof sale and having the force and effect of a judgement This April 4th 1907 RL McFERRON S R C By JOHN ROBINS D S THIS MAY INTEREST YOU No one is immune from kidney trouble so just remember that Fo leys Kidney Cure will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine Chas C Cavis druggist Former Senator J C SBlack burn Monday receivedjftom president Roosevelt his commission as a member of the isthmian Canal Commission Mr Blackburn will sail from New York for the isthmus Monday next r FOLEY5HONETHCAR WANTEDMen and women in each county as field maagersW- 1repre5ent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary So per month paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C 38 Wabash Ave Chicago Ill ssW IIIOXDIDIUDOI FREE II Nothing sogoodasCascasweet writes a mother who has used it It saved my babys life writes another Cascasweet is a vege table corrective for the disorder of a childs stomache Contents on the bottle in plain English 50 doses for 25 cents Recomended by Chas C Davis GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the boundary For further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Ver non Ky or this office Good for everything salve is used for and especially rccomended for piles That is what we say about DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve That is what twenty years of usage has proven Get the original Sold by ChasC Davio President Roosevelt will make the trip to Jamestown on April 20 on the yatch Ma flower and will be accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt their two younger sonsand possibly Miss Ethel WE GUARANTIEE SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the Nationa Sign Co Daton 0 writes under nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrh six years ag6 Money would not buy my tube of Nosena if I could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube andbooklet by mail eo cents Bl OWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Green rille Tenn WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AN- DSICNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson isoa Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences outof the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Send your order forthis combination to us not to tbe Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i a year WJLErs KIDNEY CUBE WILL CURE YOU of any cas pf Jfidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do- notxjhavingBri1itADis easeth Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c ndlOO Bottl 1tFU itnfiTUiiii CHAs C DAVI I ORLANDO The Sabbath Schco at Maple Grove church was reorganized suIIperintendent monia is convalescentRobert Evans of near Pongo was visiting his brother George Evans Satur day and SundayDr and J M L swell were m Mt Vernon Tues day evening attending the meeting of the M W A lodge I A Chasteen was fn Mr Ver non Tuesday on business John Cain got his foot badly hurt MonI day by a crosstie falling on Miss SaJlie Barnett who has been seriously sick for some weeks with pneumonia is slowly improving Wm McNew is still Qvery sick Mr and Mrs B G Mullins of Pine Hill were visiting relatives on Wolfe creek Sunday There seems to have been quite a little disturbance in this vicinity Sunday among several of the boys We hope to hear of the guilty ones receiving just punishment at the hands of the law Likewise all moonshiners their due portion The grip has jast about subsided in these partsThe infant child of Jasper Owens is very sick with indigestion THE PRICK Otf HEALTH The price of health in a malari ous district isjust 25 cents the cost ot a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slay ton of No ladd Atk New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life anr vig or to the system 25c Satiefactlon guaranteed at all druggust A14ONr- ot4RV ONt OIL CUTS SORES BURNS RHEUMATISM 254 Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair yonr 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 system rjreliefespecially thoselfcontaining Opiates Kennedys Laxative tHoney Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates V KENNEDYS The Red Clover BIos som and the Honey Bro on every bottle LAXATIVE HONE JTAR B O DoWITT CO CHICAGO U 8 It Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FAM No IThis farm of 317 a res located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms In the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard I NO 5Soacres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheapVFARM NO 82l4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2 a bargain FARM NO rC hej tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Kyand about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the residences of ebrge Hines and George Gooch Abput 75 acres of this land is bet tom land and a good part of it is up land but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 par acre One third cash the balaneinonaudtoy- eare 1 We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have all your life Your knownI knows it too Ask him Unless there is daily action of the bowels poisonous products are absorbed causing head ache biliousness nausea dyspepsia and thus preventliiK the Sarsaparilla from doing its best work Avers Pills are liver Act gently all vegetableV fMade MIUIIIAlBO lJerS VIGORII We have no secrets We publish I the formulas of all our medicines TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight about 50lbs Owner can hsve same by paying all damages 2223t DAVID HENDERSON Mr S L Brown of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufierer from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of ded and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney cure One dollar bottle and part ot the second cured me entirely Foleys Kid ney Cure works wonders when others are tct IIi failures Chas C Davis rlruggbt oA Sf T C EI X aBears Signaturo of A Headache SffeersDo in just a few moments and no bad aftereffects It so you have only to taker Miles AntiPain Pills If subject to headache have them with you al ways No harm can come from their use if taken as directed as they contain no opium chloral morphine cocaine chloro form heroin alpha and beta eucai ne cannabis in- dica or chloral hydrate or their derivatives Ask your druggist about them It gives me great pleasure to be able to refer to the Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the best remedy we have preenUonwho has been a constant sufferer for years with the above complaint joins me in recommending Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills hoping they may fall Into the hands of all who puffer J I BUSH Watervleit N Y Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will nuarantea that the first package will benefit If it falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold in bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental YIJDKS1 M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationI Mount Vernon Ky Brodhcad Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBTRIGHT Mnag j tltafl CM Iron I Ihiill Fence Cheaper hnrfwood Wilt last tllglest herds Wsrids It teals I4 K JwiQt HWo CINCINNATI o lGOlesl4Qsot Ins resce ear cleIoae 1nf Ir l llirJriae He LAND STOCK AND cliopI All western markpts as well as those in Kentucky report horses selling phenouiinallv well this spring Little stuff is not popu lar but such a demand for big work horses never existed before at the prices Speculators are sending farm mares from Chicago to the Canadian Northwest and experiencing ro trouble in selling them At Kansas City St Louis and Omaha prices are high anb demand urgent St Joseph and Sioux City are de veloping into horse markets ofI prominence Prices in the are on a high level A Chicegoi buyer went to the Black Hills try in South Dakota recently hopeI ful ot securing few bargains discovered that he could pay prices there and break even got rn ment irrigation work construction having created an urgent local demand Prediction is made that as progress on the Panama canal is made mules will become abnor mally scarce aud sell at phenome nal prices Willis Adams returned Wednes day afternoon from Knox county with 14 head of cattle which he bought there at about 576 cents According to reports from different parts of the State the Kentucky fruit crops have been mate rially damaged by the present cold snap The fruit is said to have been destroyed in some localities BITTEN BY A SPIDER Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bojquevllle Tex would have lost his leg which beame a mass of running sores bad he not been persuaded to try Buckiens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals evens re 25C at all druggist FARM FOR SALE For sale one farm located betwee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring two common syoung orchard 13 acres good grass Pasture and corn land 50 acres Cheapat 350 For informa tion call on J T MEADOWS Pine Hill Ky A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings ibout the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills md Tonic Pellets strengthens the- livermakes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold bv all drug Rtst PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that they do their work and fortifies YQur condition agaiust future troub le Entire treatment 25 cts at all drugstores M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClassf t Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUES DAY NOON each week C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT J OFFICE On 2nd floor o TheBankof Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No S- oTc IVLflYU- ndertaker faEmbalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robes c Orders Jhy Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford cr- ANjCUREVVThI fCOtlCH LUNGS WITH II IIF08 Drlipgs New Discoiery cONSUMPTION Price 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