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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y i j r y FFridayisnuni 1eiuofI Inl1r VOLUME XX MT VERNON COUNTY KY APRIL i2 1907NUMBER29 nnnnnnnnntnnnnnnnnnnnttnnnnnnnnnnnnnHntnnntntnnnnnnnnnnnnt 1f11lt1f Il111l1111lt1lTt11f1141111- LF U F = FTHE REALTHINGE 00 = E t Svyeeps Over Southern Part of R tleIMany Houses anttBarns Torn Down The most disastrpis wind storm that has ever visited Rockcastle county passed overv the Southern part Sunday afternoon completely demolishing eve ything in its course The sto m is supposed to have started justbeyond Plato in Pulaski countYssthefirsi damage done accordin to reports was at Africa the negro settlement in Pu laskiwhich according to reports is almost equal to the San Francisco disaster At Plato NV H Bussel had quite a 1 t of lumbV on sticks which was st attered aLmost otbe lour eudi pf the earth ing East YC give ihe wrecks nor- der as report sd to us Sam Child ress barnfbl iwttJdpwqV Mfs Rig ney s harna totalvrecfr Ree- Mize d w s ua nand torird6Wn Leaving hereit passed over what is kno n as Kincajd ridger dmol ish5g Summer Sqjlths residence tearing down the barn and crib of Mitciel Norton also killing two good hisses for hini and the rub bish blown from the barn against the kitchen of his residence cam e with such force that it was partial ly destroyed Tom Evans house moved about ten feet off the faun lotion and barn blown down Crates Evans was considerbly dam aged Parks Reynolds does not have a dwelling left onthis farm Passing over to East Fork of Skaggs creek Sod Rowe lost hi barn Logan McKinueys barn corn crib kitchen one mule killed and tore tIp his fine young peach and apple orchardjW M Kinc r residence blown down and hisj P h t J I ROGKCASTLE f Cant Be Beat fj WneiLG6od Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant be beat ro Honor Where Honor Is Due Good Dressers honor us with their patronage because we give the best 5values C FASHIONABLE FABRICS FOR FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS 3inTaking The Bridle Off w This Spring we are going to Take The Bridler Offl of prices on t l r CLOTHING f i r 5 r If saving from 25 per cent to50err cent on yourpur chases is alitS tcf Some andiet your goods Jiei eror no whereelse in alf tliis ft cltutr 6t you match our stock or prices i 3= Wuk1 COUCJASSHQ ilWHITE raoss HATS es U w I 7l1U1U1U1UU1UllU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUllUU1U1UUUU1U1UUUUHUU1U1Ull 1U1U1UUllU1U1UU1UUUUUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U DISASTROUS WINDSTORM r daughter slightly injured second story ofV M Minks residence moved to some other location Passing over to Long branch the next to sustain loss Milt Payne dwelling blown down chimney to Harve Rowes residence fell some of the rocks striking Dave Barns and rather seriously injuring him store house of Wesley Mink blown down Joe Doans barn blew away one hog killed anda fine mule crippled With a slight damage to buildings on Harve Minks farm the storm passed over what is known as Sand Hill andno further damage from it reported The storm was about twenty miles long and varied from two to seven miles in width All fencing anda large amount of timber were bon down from start to finish Rest is the great restorer Ve tire our muscles bfxercise and then rest to restore them yet a great many of us do not stop to think how little rest wPgive to our stomachs As a usual thingno part of our bodies is so generally overworked our digestive organs A tired and ovetvoIk d stomach wUvgive signsof UStrcssxo which VPYspJl1 a warning Ifiwe heed the tyQIirua most tholouglistamairh Tenef It digests what you eat and gives the stomach ncededrestd and greatly assists in restoring it to its normal activity and usefulness KODOL- is sold on a guarantee relief plan It is sold here by Chas C Davis A scientists claims that he has found away of making whiskey without a worm That is really needed however is some thing that will eliminate the snakes alsmost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys atE wrong there Is n thing so good the use of DeWitts Kidney an Bladder Pills They assist the kidneys Sold by Chas C Davis v QUAIL niSVjllelthe Proctor sold a fouryear old filly to George Grider for IooHenry Sutton of near Preachersville was in this part first of the week on business Miss Annie Parsons of LivingstonOwas called to attend the bedside of her sick sister Mis Mattie Owens who has been very sick with the measles and bron chi al pneumonia Miss Altie Tyree of near Otta tawa spent Friday last with Miss Lida Albright of hear this place Mrs Mattie Owens is improving Dr J F Watson and wife cf Brodhead spent Sunday last with his mother Mrs Martin Owens Dr D B Southard of Mt Ver non wasiu this section Sunday lastMrs Elizabeth Owens is numbered a Song the sickRev- R E Todd failed to fill his regular appointment at Bethel Saturday and SundayA E Herrin still renfains in very poor Thompson continues about th- esameA E Proctor contemplates going to Indiana soonArthurS- cdt i isrpn the sjck list =Dr War ten who has recently located at Beefick is hayinj ja good practice The farmers seem to be getting alongveryslowlyin this section Wheat is looking fine Feed is very scarce CATARRaAIiD CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buicklj releived by Nosena It soothes the congested membranes s allays inflamationr and thoroughly heals and cleanses It keeps moist all the passages whose tendency to s thicken and become dry Cures colds thsoat trouble noarsness hay fever stoppedupjf nose breathing through mouth whip sleeping offensive breath etc It is chemidfeet tlhat can cause the Mdrug habit Sold by all drugjisti ORLANDO Winter seems to have returned bringing with it wind and snow There will be preaching at Maple Grove church Sunday by the Rev KokerWm McNew who has been very low is slightly improved Dr Laswell who is in attendance with Elbert Taylor of Wildie re ports him a very sick man Misses Mariner and Delia Mullins of Pine Hill were visiting in Brush Creek Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dave G lay is very sick at present with abcess of the middle earBogue Laswell and family of Bell county are visiting homefolks Thurra Evans and children IMrs a few days with rela LiLaswell attended the chapter meet ingat Mt Vernon Monday eve ning Major Ball will shortly move to Flauigan Mrs Rosa An derson Dora Ball and Miss Allie Laswell visited Mrs James Hack ett of Dudley Monday Mrs Sa rah Riddle of Briqdle who has been visiting relatives in Boones Hollow Pine Hill and Brush Creek returned home Sunday Mrs Jane Laswell who had a large washkettle Btolena few weeksjago jvoild be pleased for the one who has it to fetui n same Jerry Laswell and T J Ball who recently went to Broadland 111 write that they are satisfied and doing well thereJack Baker is on the sick list this weekJ A Wood was in Mt VernOn Tuesday on sMiss Sallie Barnett who has been very ill for some weeks is somewhatimproved THE PRICl OF HEALTH The price of health jn a malari pus district isjust 25 cents the cost ota box of Dr Kiugs New Life Pills writes Ella Slay ton of iNp clealisegentlyor to the System 25catiefactlon gu raQtted aLall rut AW r n lT t i Q or QshiOJ1 DL people HANDSOMESHOE r LeadersItWe have just large shipment of the American Centleman and the American Lad11 SHOES Manufactured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co Sty Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN orfAMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look- ing for upto11tefootwear dont fall to call tend see out linec f I CLOSING OUT i 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 J J talkie gis but mean just what Lit we sty rj 7 Whether you want to buy Shoes or riot visit i ourstqre get our and will convince yo rt atSn sHlm g Shoes cheaper than you tiyere ever aliett buyr them before OC t1 il F KRUEGER sojr GOOCHLAND Rev Bill Collins preached at Pleasant Hill SundayJ A Sex ton and wife of Climax were visit ing J W Phillips and family Sun dayMisses Ada and Ellen Dooly were the guests of Miss Maggie Gabbard Sunday Sanford Isaacs who has served a five years sen tence in the State prison for the killing of Lige Reece is out on parole and is in very poor health Miss Mary E Jones was the guest of Miss Elsie Phillips Sun dayDied Con the yth Mrs Betsy Cates with cancer of the stomache She was a faithful member of the Baptist chnrch and bore her suffer ing patiently Sbe leaves seven children and a host of iriends to mourn their loss Funeral service es were held by Rev Alcorn after which the remains were laid to rest in the church yard at Pleasant Hill Willie Forcythe of Brush creek was in Goochlaud Sunday James Anglin of this place will leavcfor Hamilton Ohio in a few days where he will make his fu ture home John Mod MuHinvU S Marshall was in Goochland on business SaturdayRev Bert Phil lips filled his regular appointment at Evergreen Jackson county Sun day Emery Amy was here on business Mrs Stella Sextonn was with homefolks last week Billy Jones attended church at Eire ergreen Sunday Misses Ellen Isaacsand Lona takes of ViI die were visiting friends and rela tives near this place Saturday and Sunday Prayer meeting at Pleas ant Hill every Thursday night DOING BUSINESS AGAIN When my friends thought was about to take leave of this world on account of Indigeston nervousness and general debility writes A AiiChri h9lm Tread well NYJ and when it looked as if there was no hope left was per sunded tp try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are cure ing me am now doingbusines again as of old and am stillgain ing deily Best tonic medicine alGdrugngist dSiicifi Ij o A all leathers all styles This is one received j Saturday I I I GRANDSON OF HENRY CLAY IS DEAD j Lexington Kyy AprIl 8 =Them as HClay son of Thomas H Clay and Mary Mantelle diedat his residence near North Mill street Monday at noon Mr Clay has been ill of acute Brights disease for the last two weeks and for the last week his family have been exceedingly anx ions about his condition though not until Sunday was hope of his recovery abandoned In spite of the skill of the best physicians and the loving adminis trations of his family his condition steadily grew worse and he sank gradually to rest His brother Capt Harry Clay of Rogersville Tenn one of the most prominent citizens of Tennessee and his daughter Mrs Cogs well of Boston Mass came to Lexington last week called by the news of his illnes and he was therefore surrounded by all the members of his family when he died He is survived by his wife and three daughters Mrs Cogswell Misses Henrietta and Nannie Clay Mr Clay was the grandson of Henry Clay and thought by many who knew the Great Commoner to hear a striking resemblance to his grandfather in face figure manner and mental characteristics He h sbe tfors9inetim dlwritnflife a familiar withvbi qualifications for this work look edforward to its be HenryCaylevetwritten I a PNEUMONIAS DEADI WORK rightIlungGeorgetownTenn ously nigh and day and the neigh ptionIseemedband brought home a otteof Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all bsher rem dies utterly fail you may still win andthroastroubles with New discovery the ruggistfree c piy S iGLG j IIu 7 Established i1887 = Y 4 FRIDAY j Continu ri simply Washington healthJas i r a r fj r e r we J E t Pence Jr Pence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and 5 miles North of Mt Version at JSoo to insure a living colt If mare is traded or parted with the season money becomes dueThis excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Spoonamore of Lincoln Jr bay stalion 4 years old full 16 hands high good size and action By Pence he by Rienzi he by Belmont he by Alexanders Abdallad Pences 1st dam by Almont Forrest 2nd dam byGar card Chief 3rd dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam l3r Copper bottom Pence Jrs ist dam by Ad Barlow 2375 by Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows 1st dam by AVoburn 2nd dam by a Mam brino horse 3rd dam by Mnmbrino Mess enger Pence Jrs and dam by Gills Vermont Mares grazed at 200 per month nott responsible for accidents oresca should any occur R L SMITH Hiatt Kjv HOW TO AVOID ApPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipate ed Orino Laxative Krmt Syrup cures cerouic constipation by slim ulating the liver and bowels and sestores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Chas C Da vis A brief by ex President Grover f Jleveland on behalf of the Associa of Life Insurance Presidents r against proposed legislation to put limits on thee salaries of insurance company officials has been made public Mr Cleveland asserts the proposed legislation unreasonable and unconstItutIonalc r What is it that tastes as sweet as maple sugar and quickly relieves conghs and colds Mothers who have used it will nickY answer CoughSyrupdv that expel the cold through its laxative actioir on the bowels ConformsstrictlY to the Pure Pood and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by Chas C Dtvif j SIGNALW FRIDAY April 12 190 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO t Advertising application rates made known 0111 MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A S SOCIATI DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W p Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Heiul ricks s For State Superintendent ol Schools M OAVinfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim lc For Auditor H M Bosworth For SecrelaYy of State Hubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby Lafobn 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 caus ed by the death of his brother L L Tarrett to be voted for at the Nov election 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W M BARNETT As a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years to be voted for at the next November election 1007 subject to the action of the Republican party Very few people comparatively have any adequate idea of the im mense cost of producing a modern daily newspaper particularly in the large cities of the country Some authentic figures ou the subject have recently been made public and will doubtless occasion surprise to the uninformed The tout position printers weekly payroll for instance on the Baltimore American is 2000 on the Boston Globe 4200 on the Globe Demo crat 3000 on the New York Herald 4000 and other papers in proportion Bills for special tele grams are another big item ofex pense On the Chicago Herald a few years ago they run to 4500 per month St IQuis Globe Demo crat 5200 San Francisco Exami ner 8ooor Boston Herald 6000 anb St Louis Republic 4000 Then there is the white paper bill which is greater titan the others combined On the New York World his said to run 700000 per year and on the New York American about the same on the Chicago News about 250060 and on the Boston Glube and Herald i about 350000 eacbon the En- quirert about 300000 and on many other papers it runs from ooooo to a quarter of a million dollars ev erv twelve months Why is it that nearly everybody who attends church like to sit in the end of a seat and hold onto it like grim death and ever person who gets a birth in that pew must stumble over them Well we con fess we do that sort of a thing It is to get out quickly in case o- ffirewey sinners are quite strongly reminded of nre flames and brim stone that is persuing us and we cant tell just exactly when it is going to come We want to be in getawayVLIV1NG8TOIS f Drummer Lear was with our merchants first of the week Ms Sam Ward was visiting rejalives and friends at Lancasterand Hiatt vllle KythisweekPrayermeet infsvill be conducted by Rev John Johnson at the Christian o church on next Wednesday evening itat 7 oclock Mr and Mrs Perry Durham have moved to Sbarppburg KyThere will be a wedding April21st Keep oil guessing 1Livingston is gradually growing ing better and JvW Baker deserv- est a great deal of the honor He fis now prepared tor fill wholesale orders also all retail orders as well Miss Lizzie Adams of Mt Ve- ri10n was the pleasant guest of Xi Miss Ltda Cook from Friday until jtSund Y of last week Mr and Mrs Levi Oliver have f moved into the residence belong GaIleyFoure wit move ttifast Bernstadt where they will ruh a first class restaurant and lunch counter Miss Cleva Mcguire entertained Thursday evening in honor of Miss Anna Griffin of Jellico A very enjoyable evening was reported by the many pleasant guests that vere lucky enough to be pre- sentT D Mullins the drummer was with our merchants Monday and Tuesday He was stopping with his sister Mrs Rome Adams Will ODell is visiting his uncle VernonITheGeorge Poynter is very sick with pneumoniaLittle Laura Lamkin has a light attack of measles Cas per Adams has the position of de pot agent opposite Mr McRohert Casper is the youngest agent onjthe hue and is an intelligent and en terprising young man He is cer tainly the right fellow in the right placeMiss Anna Griffin of Jelli co is the charming guest of Mes dames Geo W Griffin and Clara HayesBen Griffin of Mt Ver non spent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt Mrs James Hall at this placeMr and Mrs Egbert Hayes are moving into the house recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Perry DurbinMrs W J Child ress is quite sick at the home of her father near Pine HillWill McGuire of Lebanon Junction visited ohis parents Mrand Mrs J C McGuire last week He presented his mother with a handsome bedroom suit aMISS MAMIE JONES TELLS OF HER VISIT TO NEW YORK On leaving Mt Vernon at 1224- a m Sunday February 23rd I ar rived at Cincinnati Ohio at 815 Taking the B O route from- there I passed through the Al legheny mountains and visited the beautiful city of Washington the capitol of our country Going on through Baltimore and Philadelphia I arrived at Jersey City at 1236 MondaY the 24th taking 23rd Street Ferrv for New York going up Broadway to 65th street to the home of my brother William O Jones After a good dinner and nights rest I was taken to East river and Williamsburg bridge thence to 5th avenue where I saw the homes of the raillionairesainong whom were the Goulds Vanderbilts Rockefel lers Astors J P Morgan E H Harriman Rogers etc I also visited Central Park which occu pies a space of three miles in the heart of the city The largest library is OH 5th avenueI taken to the Brooklyn na vy yard crossing Brooklyn bridge we went aboard the battleship Vir ginia returning by the Y M C A a home for the boys of the U S Navy built by Miss Helen Gould who takes a special interest in the young men of the navy- I was taken for a trip on the water to Staten Island passing the statute of Liberty- I was through Wall Street see ing the Stock Exchange J P Morgans office going through Park Row you see the tall build ings such as Times building New York World Flat Iron buildings Some other points of interest are Hall of Records City Hall Tam many Hall Madison Square Gar den the Tombs Chinatown Trin ity church Grand Central Station River Side Drive with Grants tomb soldiers and sailors monu ment Metropolitan Museum of Art Catholic Cathedral Broux Park Maiden Lane Elevated railway subway Skating rinks Waldorf Astoria hotel Go ing through the shopping district where all was 5made beautiful for Faster the Jargest store being Macys on Brodway at 6th avenue the largest store under one roof in the world the Boar Spte occupy ing 24 acres with doo employes I was taken na touring trip through the city all being explain ed also saw some of the best thea ters in the city The Lion and the Mouse The Great Divide Man of of the Hour The Manhattan Opra Was taken to the Lafayette Ave nue Presbyterian church to hear Rev Cleland B McAfee preach who was at one time President of Park College Returning by Buffalo to my mein Kentucky which to me IS best of all- MAMIEjONKS CATO LXJ tHIJcu It A buys i = t OTTAVA ufrandwife have moved into Lincoln countyD E Proctor of Quail passed through this section Wed nesday en route for Louisville The wheat crop looks very well in this section of the county Jas Al bright left for the R R a few days since Madame Rumor says there will be a wedding in this part soon couuIbusilleosjIThebv the farmers on account of plowing Vessie Brown was at home from the p1HayesSoT Proctor came home frqm Slltjtonand family Saturday arid Sundav Mr and Mrs Jas Brown visited relatives and friends in Lincoln county FridayMr Will Adams ol Krueger was in this section Monday Jalie Brown was the pleasant guest of Mr Robert Brown and family Sundayof the citizens are improving their farms by erecting new fencing let the good work goon Jas Lewis of near Bee Lick visited J W Brown and family last SundavC S Armstrong has been repairing his dwelling Eu gene Proctor and wife of Quail visited Larkin Hicks and family Saturday and Sunday Isaac John son and family have moved into the James Wallen property Charlie Brown visite relatives and friends at Krueger SIt and SunMissF- lora Denney and Mary Wallen were the pleasant guest of Miss Maude Cash Saturday Morris Taylor was in this part Saturday Ransom Brown Sr visitedJ W Brown and family Saturday and SundayIrmd Mrs Tart Proc tor visited Charlie Sowder and family SundayS T Proctor aid family visited his father J W Proctor of Quail Sat and SunG- B Sutton of near Bee Lick vas in this part Monday Mrs Sallie Sowder went to Brodhead Monday lastFredand Reubin Wallen were at homo from R R Saturday andSuudyy Most of the farmers of this section will soon be done plowing for cornMr Robert Wallen was in Brodhead Monday on businessProf Elijah Waller left Sunday for the R RXThere will be services at Providence Sunday at ii oclockj F Proctor visited relatives and friends here SundayThe farmers of this section will soon be through sowing their oats and grass seed The last two or three days favor ed winter and its feared that it has done much damage to fruit Miss Ethel Cash of Wabd visited I S Cash and family Monday last S Tr Proctor contemplates going to Louisvill in the near future Messrs J W Brown and Charley Sowder were ia Quail visiting Mon day W A CARSON PALTER AND PAPERHANGER WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guarant- eedREOUCEDRATES VIA QueeflVCrescelltV RoVuteV t 1Firstandt l of each month to many points SOUTH Virtter Tourist Tickets now on salegpad returning till May 31 1907 For particulars writs H CyKING i ci P TA Lexington Kyl J of J vvr J J 3 ry 6t 0 A o Lrft c 6 6 g rJ 9T 5 roJrrYJ J V roi HdBARGAINS 1 w r See Our Straw Maffings Floor OifCfoff Linoleum Carpet 7 T The C CROSSET SHOE d and LOW CUTS FOR MEM Are here and they are best in the County COme andsee them They Make Lifes Walk Easyt Anew lot of Clothing for men and boys Prices On Allis Right G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse i BARGAINS E 3f 3 3e3 r IA COMPLETE LINE I I1RTliW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL I MERCHANDISE Remember that We have the Best at the LOWEST Prices r A FULL LINE ae g g Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods T W H RICH Andrews t t Kentu- ckySpring is Here M A Q now nd W H Baker the LngfordM r chant can furnish you everything you need in the way of Spring Goods B Ladies Readytrimed Hats Dress goods R Calicoes Ginghams Et- cSHOES mW UR line of Shoes is second to none in the county and UR prices on everything right E pay you the highest market price for your pro duce Call and see ns vr Yours for business WH BAK3t1 a KENTUCKYLANGORD9 Poison in waif paper in the home of Zact Watson of New Harmony Ind has caused the deaths of three of his wives within the last three vaarsVThe cause of the three deaths was discovered after the sudden death yesterday of third wife and the paper willbe removed snianprticalsof poison covered the paper and were inhaled by the women while sweeping the walls during spring cleaning r 1NL1MIONtMDTAR D f i1 df r y5i 11 ll Where YOU need c pill taker a pill and be dureit s an Eiirlvr Rise pewits Little Early Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills The pills with a reputation They do not grip or sicken They are sold here by Chas C Davis ASTORIAFor Infants and Children ftaXhd You Hm Always BmM Bears the Main of i tf j t J U JU P if i1NrsW 3TOCKEOF Spring Goods Now In Ladies Hats a Specialtys Dress Goods all uptodate I ISUf111Jler and Boys Clothing And a new and complete line of Gents Ladies and Childrens Shoes and SlippersC- all andlet us show you before buying elsewheret A C HIATT- HII ATT Kl YOUR BANKING f No matter how small no imittter how large THE BANK of MTfINCORPORATED V will give it careful attention This applies5 to the men and the women alike Jr Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all depositsVof 100 ormore when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more 11OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres VV L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH A st Cash ft11lt1l41i1ttl1114l1l111GWillis PRACTICAL H UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL 2 DIRECTORV Mt Vernon Ry 2 s Sta JlfeCorrrrpletei Can furnish on short no 3 etice Metalic Coffins and Gaskets and have Embalming Irs Edone Fine Hearse attached 3 = ORDERS wire Promptly Filled = Phone NO6J S = =il11111ttl1111il11111111111111111111111111IJfl1 l11111111111111111i11111111 BRING YOURIJOe WOQKo A a ti I TO THE StNJU- q itlf t r MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY April 12 19071 lieCall up No 79 when you want to Corn mtinl cate with SIGNAL 791I 0 6 R R CJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 340 am 23 south 124 p WI 21 South 1220 a lAS LA DRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mr M J Miller Sr is very much improved Lloyd Maret is telegraphing in West Tennessee r Jack Adams is expected to ar rive at home tomorrow Cashier W L Richards has been a very sick man since last Tuesday Miss Addi Taylor is assisting Mrs Cleo Brown in the millinery storeMcKenzie Brown of The Whit ley Courier was here Monday in the interest of his paper Dr W F Carter is confined to his bed in Gray Street Infirmary Louisville with typhoid fever The eight months old baby of Mr and Mrs R K Powell has been very sick for several days Buck Sowder who has been suffering from a mashed foot for sev eral weeks is slowly improving- S N Davis has moved his fami ly to Chester Tenn where he is commissary clerk for W J Sparks- G W Baker has returned to Sparks Quarry to take charge of W J Sparks interests at that place Mr J T Johnson who bas had charge of the handle mill at Mul lins Station takes Mr Grahams place at this point Mrs DoG Roach was called to Pineville a few days since on account of the death of her uncle Mr Gilbert Garrard Mrs C C Williams spent sev eral day with her daughter Miss Risse at Cincinnati Both spent Sunday In Indianapolis Drs Lovell and Soutbard went to Livingston yesterday afternoon to attend the Rockcastle County Medical Society which met there nightA and family have moved to Livingston We regret to lose them from our number but having gone we trust the change will prove a rich harvest for them oflRockastlelight of the Covington bar is here to prosecute a auit against local parties in the Circuit Court Frankfort State Journal- J P Graham has gone to Bards town to take charge of a handle Ei1lFor the present Mrs Graham and daughter Miss Maud will remain in Mt Vernon and we sincerily trust that Mr Graham will find it convenient to return to Mt Vernon as we would dislike very much to lose this splendid family of people LOCAL W M Bullock has purchased the interest of I N Grabeel in the store at Hansfordand will here after run the business alone J W Baker the Livingston merchant was here Wednesday and told us that he had gone into the wholesale businesSiQl flour meal and all kinds of feed Bbrn to the wife of L T Welch a fine boy baby Mr Welch is the gentleman whp recently came here from near AtlantaGato take charge of the mills of the Turner Day 8 Wpolsworth Handle 091 which were reeutly put in operation in the Southein part of the county Green Parker aged about 55 was found dead in a briar patch near his home at Pine Hill Satur day afternoon Mr Parker hail been building fence for neighbor not a great distance away and had started to his home He was sub jet to epileptic fits and it is sup posed that he died in one of those attacks W S Renner the deputy assessor has very kindly supplied us with the following report Total amount of taxable properry JI 258311 Number dogs 1580 and the number of voters 278- CARDOFTUANKS I wish to thank the people of the Oak HU1 community andespecially the mith families for their kind ness shown my son during his recent illness Ev Boreing The Tenth District C W B M and Biblu School convention will meet at Somerset April 17th to 19th Many are urged to attend as delegates and to send in their name at once to Rev O P McMahan Somerset Ky We understand the Big Hill Coal Co which has been sinking a hole with a diamond drill near Johnetta for past several months has struck what is known as the Cumberland vein of coal It is said the thickness of the vein is 14 feet and was found at a depth of 335 feet If this re port is true the coal industry of Johnetta and Rockastle will be revived with tremendous boom George Owens proprietor of Mt Vernon Momential works has just finished a monument of Rockcastle free stone It is a work of art and the material takes on a high polish The monument of pnathan S Langford erected in Elmwood cem etery Mt Vernon in i82is made of this stone The lettdrinftlo day on this monument is perfectly legible and clear cut and stone is in splendid state of preservation Mr Owens has closed a contract for a monument weighing something like 5000 to be shipped to Kansas for a Kentuckian burial at Topeka It will be made of Rockcastle Free stone L N CHEAP RATES Winchester Ky one fare plus 25 ctsI 210 June 17th and i8tb limit June 21St account Kentucky Edu cational AssociationI4onisville- Ry one fare plus 25 cents 412 June i8th and igth limit June 22nd 1907 account Republican State Convention Louisville Ky one fare plus 25 cents 4 12 May 13th and 14th limit May 15 aci count G A R reunion Birm ingham Ala one fare plus 25 eta iri6 May 131h14th and isth limit May soth account Generaj Assemble Presbyterian Church in United States Maysville Ky one and onethird fare 3 98 May i3th I4th i5th and i6tb limit May I7th account Annual State Meeting Knights Templar We overlooked the item in our last issue of the assault on Torn McClure by Bob Lee and a man by the name of Bullock For some time there had been a bad feeling existing between McClure and Lep1 McClure having once been a witness against Lee in the Federal Court on a whisky charge Last Sunday evening oae week ago these three parties met and to make a long stor sho t what Lee and Bullock did foK McClure was a plenty The prin ipalweapon used was a rock but uwas used to a finish There were Between twelve and fifteen gashes cut on McClures head ana face from one to two inches fong and some cut almost to the skull All the par ties were drinking Lee and Bull ock are in jail McClure is rapidly recovering from the injuries Mr George E Painter has in his possession a clock whichwas the property of his fatherinlaw Judge J G Carter now deceased The old clock is as good as ever and last Tuesday night as it struck eight memories went back just forty years when it struck the same hour a few minutes before Mr Painter was united in marriage to Miss Mary Carter Mr Painter was married in CCampbell county Ky moved here soon after and has been on the old farm ever since He is 62 years ofage Mrs Painter is 59 Six children have been born to them Jim now at home on the farm Mrs Viola Newlaud wife of Conductor John Newland Ms Nellie Rice wife of Conductor C Rice Mrs Lizzie Swinford wife of W C Swinlord barber allot Lebanon Junction Mrs Charlotte Jarrett wife of L L Jarrett deceasedand Ernest who was killed while a freight brakeman 9 years ago Mr and Mrs Painter are devout merabeis of the Baptist church Neither of them show a great age and each bid fair for many years yet to en joy the union which begin forty years ago on Dead Timber in Campbell county t LI T== J 0 0 nr 7 o il11 A BRAND 50 KR BETTER A i K1ANT- iaItOL AIV Your interests are ours that is why we have one of the most complete lines of lii to date service giving shoes in this1UII part of the country shoes have a star on the heel which means satisfaction There is a capital of 1375000000 factoryirl j t We Walk on Stars soc n youmll Stars dont hurt your feet like ordinary shoes but fit and feel good from the sbutjDont think this is a slash sale lot it isnt It is our Opening Sale on the season snappiest styles in Shoe iff dom and there are no cut ptl CsTe are listing our four lenders I it 1 Patriot ill Shoes ir All the leading styles in the most pop ular leathers for men i Jj 350400 Harry K Thaw is a free man h Born to the wife of Rev James Riddle a fine boy baby The case of Bob Lee for the as sault on Tom McClure is now be ore the court The Jury in the ase of Freddie Durham aged 15 ciarged with attempted rape on a len year old girl seems to be hope sslv hung The baby of Mr and Mrs John Noaks died Mondayand was buried Tuesday afternoon The sister of the baby a very small girlwas carrying the child around on the porch and dropped the child let ting it fall to the groundcausing injuries which resulted in its death Livingston iteinThe Rockcas tIe Medical Society met here last night After carrying out the pro gram as arranged a big banquet was given at the Rice House Drs Lovell Southard Laswell Lewis and Gravely were the visiting phy sicians Drs Childress and Webb our local physicians left undone to make the meeting a most pleasant and profitable one iThe jury returned yes terday afternoon of two ears in the case of Joe Norton for the kill ing of James and Harlan Arnold The case went to tne jury about 3 oclock Wednesday and yesterday morning about t6 oclock the jury announced that they wanted to report atS hicn time it seemed to be hopelessl lung there being six for acquittalsix for convic lion ranging fro veto twentv one years The miry was returned to the room to reconsider the case reporting again at 4 oclock yester day afternoon with a compromise Verdict of two years While we have no report from the defense as to what action will be taken but we take it that the case will be appealed The Grandjury of Rockastle county for the March term of court 1907 respectfully reports that up on examination of the county build we111keptduty is concerned We respect fully ask the Fiscal Court to make the following improvements or changes in the prisoners rooms of the jail windowsshouldmore light and secure better veni lation f 2nd We believe in treating per sons confined ra jaji like human beings WedqOfbelievethat jt I w These price nothing verdict SocietyShoes Ladies who want the best of all things in foot wear willstop here S300 is possible for the jailer to keep the room in proper state of satisfaction in the condition the building is at present 3rd We believe that the prison ers are entitled to sufficient light 4th We believe that the buildirg needs some ventilation by means of open shaHs or pipes from the lower rooms out through the roof to carry off the smoke and impure air 5th We would also ask the Fiscal Court to make a door in the rear end of the hall in the court building 6tb We recognize the late im provements of the water works as a much needed and wise provision We also ask the County Judge to furnish the offices in the court buil ding with better chairs We examined 190 witnesses aud returned 112 rrue billsJJ E BLACKMAN Foreman THI REPUBLICANSOF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY- I am a candidate for Jailer of Rockastle County subject to the Republican Party I have never before askedfor any office I was born in this county in 1862 and since becoming of age I have affiliated with the Republic an Party J promise now that if elected I will make you an officer that will be of credit to myself and to the people of this county at large I favor a primary election as I think that it comes nearer getting to the home tsf ever voter in the county Jthinkthat Imav be able to meet with as many voters as possible before the primary which is to beset at some future date I am you s for success Wm Barnett Withers Ky A special from Somerset dated JarIisdistrict hada narrow escape from being assasinated while waiting for train at Junction City He had gone to Junction City to meet his wife who was on her return from Williatnsburg and when he entered 1nnctonthe person ol a drunken individual a noted desperate character ifhbm 1 ii Our Family Shoes- A Shoe for every member of your family made of Serviceable box calf Mens 275 and 300 Womens 175 and 200 Misses 175 he had prosecuted while County Attorney of Clinton county Ky andwhom he had in his official capacity succeeded in driving from the State The desperate fellow had threatened his life if they ever met and he and his wife retired to a nearby hotel to await the arri val of the train When they at tempted to board the train the Judge saW the drun en character standing alongside tne train with a huge revolve in h s hand as if waiting for his nja Changing positions quickly tt e Judge and his wife boarded the Strain from another point and kept outof range of the drunken desp ado Being thus foiled of his evident intention ofcommitting murder he boarded the train as it pulled out Judge Jarvis naturally feels a little un easy lest he be taken unawares or way laid by this individual who may turn up at any time as it is not known just where he left the train BKODHEAD R G Wilmott assistant cashier Pine Knot Banking Co at Pine Knot is at home for a few days W A Tyree has returned from a two weeks trip through South- Western KentuckyA C Mc Clary is visiting his aunt Mrs Jno Cress at PreachersvilleM C Al brignt and Mat Bowling attended the Skating Rink at Mt Vernon last Wednesday nightT HutchesonAtty at Law of Qweur ton wash re to sec his bDKvJv W- On business firstofweek J W Rider and Hon B J tbisweekolMjCrab OrcbardIDr SimOn Flexner ofNew York who has discovered a serum to prevent and relieve cerebrospinal meningitis offered to come to epiIdemic of this disease which is causing many deaths in Harlan His offer probably will accepted and this will be the first time the serum has ever been used in an epidemic H R Shoe ShoeIthe kind resists wet weather and stay nice soft and pliable Mens250 Boys175and22iS IIIf1A1 burnIing spentICIHFriths Harry K Thaws case was given to the jury at 517 oclock Wed nesdny afternoon but at a latejhcur no verdict was reached and Justice Fitzgerald ordered the jurors lock ed up for the night The entire session Wednesday vas devoted to Mr Jeromes arguement for the prosecution and to Justice Fitz geralds charge to the jury Mr Jerome mercilesslv assailed Thaw in his speech and characterized the killing ot Stanford White as a common cowardly tenderloin murder In concluding his charge to the jury Justice Fitzger aId said that Thaw might be con victed of murder in the firsr degree in tne second degree or of man slaughter in the first degree If acquitted on the ground of insanity the Jury might state that ground- in its verdict He said that if Thaw knew the nature or quality of his act he committed a crime The burden ol proof of sanity Jus tice Fitzgerald placed on the defense Irresistable impulsed he said had no place in the law The Thecr Baker containing SOD practical and re- ceiptsfree to every Send car with your full defense attorneys several exceptions to the charge on the ground that the court had declined to include in it of their sug gestions Representative Nicholas Long in an interview given out in Cincinnati Wednesday declared himself 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Matilda Hall I or 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 follow ing property or so Muclithereof maybe necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit 139 acres of land purchased from Wm F Ygung and located near Brodhead in Rockcastle county Kentucky and bounded thus On the north by the lands ofT S Frith and Maggie Holmes East by tie lands of T S Frith south by the lands of HG Howard and Thos John S3iiand 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 nfade Debt tooo cost 1785 with 6 cent interest from July 2nd 1900 until day of sale Levied upon as the property of Matilda Hal- lTERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required tearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of Sale and having the force and effect of a judgement This April 4th 1907 R L McFERRON S ReBy 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 regnlarities and cure any case of kidneyand bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine Chas C Cavfs druggist The real opening of the baseball season will take place this week The first scheduled games of the big league was played yesterday The opening games in the National league will be placed in New York Boston Cincinnati and Chicago The American League will open the season with at Philadelphia Washington St Louis and Detroit 1 A HON tiDunL OlLCUTSSORESBu RHEUMATISM Z3 t Am better prepared than evertio- test and fit the leyes 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 your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly r 5 C FRANKLIN roLEBJlONEYwSraccaInYMla WANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary 80 per month paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital expedience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Deppt W C 38 WabashAve Chicago JJIl II Nothing sogobdasCascasweet writes a mother who has nsed 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 Recommended by Chas C Davis GREAT BARGAIN For sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundst ne 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 bound ary For further information ad dress R Lf McFerron Mt Ver non Ky or this office Good for everything salvveis used for and especially rccomended for piles That is what we say about DeWirf Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve That fs what twenty years of usage has proven Get the original Sold by Chas C Davis An estimate that the Panama canal will be opened oy John F Stevens retiring engineer in charge of the work on leaving the isthmus Mr Stevens was given a big sendof by the men under him 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 tiug the first real plasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not buy my tube of Nosena if I could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back not Sample tube andbooklet by mail eo cents BuowN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Green dlle Tenn WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AND SIGNALB- oth one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to youhaveSend your order forlhis combination to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly GurierJqu pal alone is raye ar + t f FltEJ KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take It at once Do not risk having Bights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottle MEFUSK SURTITUT- EcaA SC DAVIs THE OLD AVORLD AND ITS i WAY Col Wililam Jennings Bryan announces a new book of travel entitl ed The Old World and Its Ways which recounts his recent tour around the world and his j XKney through Europe It is pofuse y and elegantly illustrated with 240 artistic engravings representing men and things seen in tl e variou countries of the earth during that nottd journey The engravings ae made from photographs taken by hin or his party specially for this publication it is the inonu mental literary work ofhis life ard It is published under his special personal supervision He has by special contract with his publishers made the retail prices low down with the view to putting it within he easy reach of every reader of books and every man or woman who thinks The book gives his experienceswhat he saw and did whom be met and his impression and conclusions He made a profoundstudy of men alid things as he saw them in this noted journ ey around the wo rid He gives governmental educational religious and other conditions from the standpoint of a student and one profoundly interested in the people of the earth wherever distributed While Col Bryan traveled as a private citizen he went with the prestige of having made two mem orableccntest for the Presidency of the United States and he was recognizedand entertained as a great representative American having leading part in the direct ion of American afftirs He w given opportunity for observation iiud for ascertaining facts and con ditions never accorded to any one traveling in private capacity- If one wants to see the world and the people who are at the hari of affairs in all countries as well as the masses he has in this book at opportunity of seeing them through the eye of Col William Jennings Bryan It is sold subscription and the Thompson Publishing theIanother column of this issue THE NEW PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for colds and lung trouble is coughsI ted bv the National Pure Food arid Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we reLCommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by Chas C Davis June 15 has been selected as the date for opening the second Peace Confedereuce at The Hague THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Red Clover BIos som and the Honey Bee on every bottle lart ReQISf- rnILLAXATIVE HONEY TAR I 0 DeWITT A CO CHICAGO U 8 At Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTL E Real Estate Co MT VERNON KF 0 FAM No lThs farm of 317 acres located oh 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 f NO 5Hoacrcs of land between Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watredWill sell cheap neirFreedoma most desirable farm Price 2 bargain FARM NO iT haj tracts of land in one body consisting of 8581 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles rbra Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands jare located near the resi dences of edrge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot uplandbutlane A bargain at 3 paracre One third cash the balance in pne and two years r For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You pureIand rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot possibly have good health iinltttH the bowels art in proper condition Cor rect any foiiHtlnatlnn liy Kivlnz small laxative ilnses of Ayers rills All vegetable sugarcoated a IA M Mao J wIlJerSIIAIR I We have no secrets We publish the formulas of all cur medicines Proceedings will be taken by the interstate Commerse Commissisn against E H Harriman in a Fede ral court to compel him to answer certain questions reguardiug his stock transactions Mr S L Brown of Vayne 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 ol the second cured me entirely Foleys Kid ney Cure works wonders when others are tc til1 failures Chas C Davis druggist ASTO Athe Signature of A Headacheufl Do yon want reliefin justa few moments and no had aftereffects IF scr you have only to take Dr Miles AntiPain Pills If subject to headache have them with yon al ways No harm can come from their use if taken as directed as they contain no opium chloral mor phinc cocaine chI oro form heroin alpha anti beta eueai ae cannabis in tiiea or chloral hydrate or their derivatives Ask your druggist about themIt me great pleasure to be able to reter to the Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills as the best remedy we have proventloitwho has been a constant sufferer for years with the above complaint joins me in recommending DI Miles Anti Pain Pills hoping they may fall into the hands of who suffer- J I BUSH Watervleit N Y Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will ciuarantea that Itfalls25 dpseg 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKSI andVlDEALER Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished Oil application UEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky rodheadMarbe Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Mna 1lP x tewart1L Ironl- Bh111Fence I j Cheaper than wood Will last a lifetime Highlit Awrit Lwlt 18H M JROH1l u t O Ore criajlofreCtllui Ki e l PFrt HOPE WELL The cylone damaged several peo pIe last SuudayJ J Stokes is down with measles Johuie Clontz r1roaThere Geoige Gentry has his saw mill set and at work and says he is do ing good work on East Fork Mrs R B Harmon who has been SIWIY1Mrs The Tennessee Legislature Tuesday killed the twocent fare measure for this session and doubled the tax on distil cries Gov Hoch of Kansas Tnesday issued an unconditional pardon for Willie sells who has been in the penitentiary since 1888 serving a life sentance for a quadruple murder BITTEN BY A SPIDER Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Botqueville Tex would have lost his leg which beame a mass of running sores hadle not been persuaded to try Buckiens Arcica Salve He writes The first ap plication relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals eyejy sere 25C at all druggist After the cabinet meeting Tues day a member vouchsafed the in formation that all interesting political subjects were tabooed EAR3I FOR SALE For sale one farm located betwee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring 131acres50 acres Cheap at 350 For informa tion call on J T MKADOWS Pine Hill Ky According to the report of tht Fourth Assittmt Post master Get e ral there are 66 + rural free deliver route in operation in Kentucky A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid The the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skit coated tonge sick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark nngi about the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pith and Tonic Pellets strengthens tin liver makes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aids doesent force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtst H D Tucker Jr secratary ol the Uncle Sam Oil Company of Chur vale Kan has been indica td on the charge of using the mails to defraud PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthen tht liver and digestive argaus so that they do their work and fortifies your condition agaiust future troub le Entire treatment 25 cts at all drugstores M U MYERSI Dentist Mt Vernon Ky f FirstClass t Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St kuown 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 ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY J OFFICE On 2cd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church str etSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C McCLyiRY Undertaker Embalmer l t LINE of CasketsC orop e Robesc Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Kynu KILLTHIECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsN8 IIO cONSUMPTION 80cfc100 Price rnrnak lanreit nI 4UiCktOU forallIlmJtOA11 I LESs ONZY Ai a t Ui- iCASTORIA J 11 AwgetablePreparalionforAs similating iheFoodandReguIa tingtheStomnchsandBowelsof Promotes DigestionCheerrul ness and RestCon1ains neither OpiumMoiphine nor 1fmeral NOT NATtC OTIC- J zIeUSdit- 4nreStc1 =I rml CtatKtd Sugar JtW fotConslipaHon Worms Convulsions Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK At fa mpnUis- J5 DOSES J5 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER i iFor Children il Malinda Akers of Basham Va writes I what doctors call couldnt stand straight I pain my back l couldnt the of knife After tak three bottles of of Cardui I could walk now do my am splendid health Cardui is a essence adapted cure womens diseases pleasant re liable remedy for all I sick women In suc cessful use for over 70 years Try it LWINE I CASTO RIA Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 11 Signature I of 11 pUse F l Over L Thirty Years CSTOR1A No Operation Mrs had prolapse and had in and profuseDoctorsbear thought the ing around Can housework and in pure vegetablemedicinal especially to It regulatesirregularitiessafe and Write FREE us a your symptoms Free Advice in ADVICEIAddress Ladies The Chattanooga nooca Tenn IIAt Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles I OF JONAS I w I Wine CARDUI McKENZIE ICOME COmE II E invite all to come and see us At my store you k1 willalways find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING I We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are- right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE I METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TQ BUY Drug Skitioney I Qigarp Tobceo pain Oil and patent Medicin Diseases of CMfdren A SpebiaF S C DAVIS Prop PHONING 53 MAIN STREET MT VERN Ny GRANVILLE OWENS I UND RTAKER I I Brodhead K COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tel phone orders Promptly Filled I