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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ie Ik r Published Every Friday c iouittvnon r inuLt f TVOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 19 YlNUMBER 30 t1tttttrf i9fV9i P9CO s ftgOa QDAQftaq 1111111 J J n HS lIS HS lUllS IIHfHrf In flf Iff lH1H1H1HHBHHHHHHHHH HHnHfHJHnnnHHtUHnnnunnnnnHnnnnnn q Iif r 1r rr j Ir= U1r e J= tfU J tY 4 I ZIDl1liY fq ww ww w REAL THING = 1 M3= tlitl QUAIL Jackson Scott is among the sick Walker and Lillie Scott who lave been very sick with measles are slowly improving Eld J L Davis filled his regular appoint ment at Providence Saturday and SundayE A Herrin who has been in very poor health for som e time is reported letter at this issue James Thompson we are sorry to say is gradually growing weaker Lincoln Stringer of the Ottawa community spent Saturday night last with his brother J W String r of near this placeMr John Broughton and family contemplate goin to Oklahoma soon Charles Proctor and family of Mt Vernon are visiting relatives at this place Mrs Wm Owens still improves slowly John Scott and Melvin Owens contemplate going to Indi anaThe recent cold spell has damaged the fruit crop very much John A Owens the barber is Mrs David Adams is on the sick list UH tire our muscles by exercise an then rest to restore them yet a great many of us do not stop to think how little rest we give to our stomachs As a nsual thing no part of our bodies is so generally overworked our digestive organs A tired and overworked stomach will give signs of distress to whic we pay no heed until at last Dy p epsia takes hold Indigestion just a warning and if we heed the warning we can easily avoi further consequences KODOL a most thoiough stomach relief It digests what you eat and gives the stomach needed rest and greatly assists in restoring it to its normal activity and usefulness KODOI is sold on a guarantee relief pla- It n is sold here by Chas C wvc Mu PrmmU PMMMata J 4 i D Cant Be Beat0 When Good Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant be beat t Honor Where Honor Is Due Good Dressers honor us with their o patronage because we give the best values v J Al FASHIONABLE FABRICS FORr T n FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS Our Spring find Summer Line is now ready Buy of us and satisfa in FRESH FANCY FABRICSFThe Bridle Off This Spring we are going to simply Take The Bridle Qffof prices on CLOTHINGyIf pur chases is any object to you come and get our gods bete for no here else ii all tlils count can J 1 =ypi match our 5t0t i 01 prices l iATitI I ltAA F U w ri1l f i i4flit U tliitiittl iltlitliil tlltltiill l111l1Um mHUl1H IUl1lU1H1 H1I1111111111I1111I1mmmlllmmmlllmmmmUlll11Umm cuttinghair Dav- isFOLEYSHONETHTAR i ITaking IORLANDO The recent cold spell Has given the farmers of this section the blues ratty badLee Chestnut who attending the Hos pital College of Medicine Louisville is at home for a few daysMrs Flurra Laswell is on the sick list this week Roht Adams and family left Tuesday fur Red Fork 1 T L J Reames and Mrs Emilv Chi ss of Dudley were tuarried last ThursdayMrs ijzze Ball i visiting in Me Vernon this week Elza Langford left Tueaday for Red Fork 1 Twhere he will make his future home Mis Dave Laswell who was reported very sick last week is somewhat improvedMrs Rachel Ponder and daughter Miss Kizzie were home from Berea last week visiting relatives at Dudley E J Wil Hams Lewis Clark Dr W Dan d J M Laswell were in Mt Vtrnon Tuesday evening attending the meeting of rhe M W of AThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Marion Bryant is very low and not expected to liveMr and Mrs John Evans and little daughter Roxy of Hummel were visiting relatives Sundaydo W Va some weeks ago returned home Sunday Major Ball and wife left Sunday for Flat ian where he has a position as section foreman Wallace Laswell was in Mt Vernon Tuesday on business AndersonsS e Tuesday to their home from Cot WiisA WoodM Quizenbury was in these parts last week callfngon one of our best loosing kids = Mrs El mer Williams is visiting her mother Mrs Hill Wood of Rounds tone Some of oldest farmers thin that part of the fru tcrop will survivein spite of the cold weather CONWAY The cold wave looks like winter has returned to spend the summer Harvey Chenault had three 150 IK hogs killed by a freight train here last weekVeare told that the furniture has arived for the new depot at this place andwe officejlet the goo work go onHump is among the children of this neigh Shocklswho moved to Ville Grove Ills some time back is visiting hereThe stationery our clever Editor promised to furnish us mus have wet lost in the mails- JI C Pullins will go to Madison- county this week on business It is thought that the fruit crop is all The101tSweek Plowing for corn crops is going on here nowMr Corneilson made a business trip to Richmond and Waco last week Mr F M Hurst got one of his fingers cut off while working at B A Riddles saw mill last week Stick feed was never scarcer in this section than now and the cold weather of last week cut grazing shortGeorge Owens sold HCBerry a milch cow for 2750 The Big Four R R has a man- here buying ties he bases beech sycamore maple as well as oik pays a good price for all grades How is this for paying debts J J Wood gave A L Soard a check for 5 oo for crossties Mr haverGeorgeKetron 500 for meal Mr Ketron letWi Anglin have the check Paying him broughk 500Isto1 the check and the 5 00 still remain in the bank to his credit and the 25 oo debts all settled satisfact ory ADJOINING COUNTIES Suit has been filed at Williams burg and Judge M J MOS3 made passecreating thse county was arvUnder onlysand wats not stand It is the outgrowth it is claimed of ofIty rCATARRH AND CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buickly releived by Nusena I membraneeheals and cleanses It keeps moist all the passages whose tendency to thicken and become dry colds thsoat trouble noarsness nosebreathingsleeping offensive breath etc It is antiseptic and contains no chemicals or drugs having a narcotic ef drughabitThe arrest of Clay Thomas in Owsley county on a charge of mu der and his admission that he shot and killed Jesse Abner near Betty ville several days ago developed the fact that another death is to be charged to the Har3is Cockrill fuedThe man arrested claims he shot in selfdefense THE PRICK OF HEALTH malarhi LifePi11swritesFl1a ladd Atk New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new lifeanr vi Satiefactldo r BOOT fashionable people Establ OurLeaderstee= We have just received a large shipment of the cj1I IAmerican Gentleman and the f American Lad SHOES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN 01 1 AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look woforuptodate footwear dont fail to cahJand see our line CLOSINGOUTi We are closing out over 2000 pairs of brands of Shoes new and goodIll othiw make room for our Spring shipment on we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but menu just what we say i Whether you want to buy Shoes ornot visit1f rAWIyou were ever able to buy them before rW Lljr F IRUEG ERSONI OO JCO t 3CD CaN O PIO O JC Jlo IBig Hill Ky April 5th 1907 To all to whom these presents may concern That Elder A G Coker is a man of strong ability and sound in the faith and a Bapt ist throughout andis able to preach the Bible and also able to defend the same and if the people want a Baptist they need not pass Brother Coker He is a good pastor and an able revivalist We have had him for pastor tor about seven years and we are well acquainted with his gosple work He has served the Land Mark associations as moderator And we will say to the Baptist wheresoever God in his providence may cast Bro Cokers youdp means e a great help to the Baptist cause may theLord blesshim in his work f M D SETTLE General Merchant REV R L AMBROSE Baptist Moderator of Bro Ko home church and fDiod Land Mark ASO ciation DOING BUSINESS AGAIN When my friends thought I thiton debilityYN YHand when it looked as if persan I rejoice tosay that they are cure ing me I am now doing business gainingon earth Guaranteed by all drug gist sac ijctures of truth and fiction kept the wheat market stirred up dirffi cult to tell juse how much damage has been to the imp by the green bng It is said that the ravages of the insect have greatly exaggerated but the price has been affected How To AVOID APPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis ar those who are habitually constipat ed Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Chris ceronic constipation by stirs ulating the liver and bowels and ses tores 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 pa VIL A S ELL for BllOUHEAD Miss Jewel Ftaucisco has return ed from weeks visit to her sister Mrs Wells at Caab Orchard Miss Carrie Frith visited the Misses OBannon at Stanford first of we k L B Hilton was down from Pine Hill Tuesday jW Hutch eson and R G Wilmott were in Mason county this week on busi passMiss Dora Dickerson who has been on the sick list is able to be out again we are glad to say Miss Anna Cass is visiting her sister Mrs L B Hilton at Pine HillH H Hutcheson was here sun day and informed us that he had re ignedas Cashier of the Farmer Bank Kirksville to accept more lucrative position in OhioMr and Mrs H L Tharp and daugh ter Margarite have returned from a very pleasant visit to friends and- relatives at RileysA C DlcClar has returned from Preachersville and has gone again this time to the country to visit his grandparents Mr and Mrs Joe Smith of the Hi att neighborhood B H Vanars dall of Lexington was registered at the Albright Hotel last Monday W H Benton was called hog from Lebanon Junction to attend p very f rheumatism but weare glad to sa that the Doctor is much improve- at this time and we hope for him a rapid recovery H B McClary and M C Albright were in Mt Vernon calling on two of her belles Monday nightJB Nevius an HC Kidwell of Lebanon Junction were in Brodhead Tuesday calling on two of our best looking girlsJ G Frith purchased the five shares of bank stock of The Citizens Bank of Brodhead of Proctor heirs for 12250 per thei This is 1eyears old When your back hurts it is almost always a warning from yo kidneys When your kidneys a wrong there is nothing so good he use of De Witts Kidney an tB ladder Pills iStthe JcllneysSoldbyChasC Davisr 2 lt l JtJ Iol t ish ed 1887 Pt cc r a t tiANDSOMESHOall all styles this is one evw f t r s i a s a Percd s Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and 5 miles North of Sit Vernou at Soo to insure a living colt If mare is tradedor parted with the season money becomes dueThis excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Spoonamorc of Lincoln Jr bay station 4 years old full 16 hands high good size and action By Pence he by Rienzi he by Belmont he istsAlmont Foirest 2nd dam by Gar 4thdamdam by Ad Barlow 2375 by Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows ist dam by Woburn 2nd dam by a Mani iesYVermont Mares grazed at 200 per month not responsible for accidents or escapes should any occur R I SMITH Hiatt Ky PNEUMONIAS DEADL WORK righteof Rural Route No r Georgetown TennU that I coughed continu neighbors husdKings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer ofweak sore lungs When all osher rem windtroubles with New discovery the druggistfreerr Former Controller ot the Curr fQulddead tlconnecteddustrial and financial concerns THIS MAY INTEREST YOU No one is immune from kidney Porofdl tot beyond the reach of mediciooi Chad C Cavis drociiti = u MT VERNON SIGNAL it FRIDAY April 19 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT v SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application a MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A S SOCIATa DE3IOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ CW Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K HetuK ricks For State Superintendent ol SchoolsI M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim bleFor AuditorHlI Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby Lafoon For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenault we are authorizedto announce O V JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to till out the miexpired term of two years caus ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to he voted for at the Nov election IflOT 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 bs voted for at the next November elec tion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party A TWO CENT RATE DOES Kentucky want a twocent railroad rale Does the best inter est of the State demand such rate Is a question of vital importance confronting Kentuckians The tendency toward a demagogic disturbance of the railroads would in evitablj result in the injury of the commercial development of the State for which the city of Louis vine and the citizens as a whole throughout the Commonwealth have been making such a noble effort to place where it properly belongs Development is what Kentucky wants and without the co operation of the railroads la opening up new territory what ad vancement can we hope to make Development of the rich resources will be worth a great deal more to the State than a Whach at the rich railroad corporations SENATOR GEOKGE T FARIS of Lancaster is a candidate for Representative of Garrard In the next Legislature Senator Faris rep resented his district in the Senate during the troublesome times of seven years ago a truer more con servative man than he did not oc cupy a seat in the Genersl Assembly and his sound advice was often sought on the grave and perplexing questions which arose almost every moment If elected which he evi dently will be Garrard will have one of the best Representatives in the next Assembly You may take the dullest and most prosaic town and erect within its borders a busy thriving manu facturing institution where large numbers of workmen art employed and a new life is at once imparted to iheplace The dull monotony of the past gives way to the sonnd of the steam whistly and the clangor of the shop The streets no longer lo deserted People move with an active restlessness in strange contrast to the times when no manufacturing was carried on in their midst The livelist towns that we have in this country are those wholly devoted to manufacturing The drearest towns where dryrot is visible on ever hand are those wherein no wo k shops are to be found Manufacturing towns are not only more active but as a rule they are prosperous as wellas being far more enterprising and affording better social and commercial advantages The typical manufacturing towns are to be found in New England in fact the Connecticut river may be said to be lined with them It is invigorating sighttiohh justly te r I i h ionastr Au air orthrift Jj t and enterprise is everywhere dis played The proprietors of the industrial institutions the tradesmen the artisans and other citizens ex hibit every outward indication of that continent and happiness which arise from a prosperous condition There is a reason for thisx sodI al as well as a business reason First the presence of workshops and factories in the midst of a tom munity is in itself a source ot activity These institutions drawing to them daily their scores and their hundreds of workmen bring life and activity not for a week or a month but as long as they are in operation But in towns purely commercial or in lazy seaport towns where the bulk of the male portions ot the population is at sea there is a too perceptible lack of life and animation This can be better observed than discribed But to one standing in a manufacturing town at the morning hour at noon or at night when the workmen are wending their way to and from work there need be little said to prove whence the vita lity of the town arise- sOTTAWA April seems to have borrowed March for a few daysMr Levi Sowder of Preachersville visited relatives and friends here Friday and Saturday Mrs Marv J Brown has been very sick of meas les for the past week Mesdames S T Proctor and Lincoln Stringer were here Thursday J B Sutton was in Brodhead Fri and Sat on business Tart Proctor visited relatives at Quail Saturday- nor A Brown formerly of this place but now of Browns visited relatives near here Fri and Sat Auctioneer H C Jones of Hiatt visited J B Sutton and family Wednesday until Thursday Mr Robert Wallen has been suffering very much for the past week with something similar to catarrh J J Brown was in Brodhead Fri on businessSeveral of the people of this neighborhooh attended the sale Thursday ofW G Proctor deceas ed Mr and Mrs Wm Oliver of near this place visited relatives in Lincoln county Saturday and SundayJ W Brown and family visited Mr and Mrs Robt Brown and family Sunday Morris Proctor of Quail was heJe ThursdayMr Cash Herrin of Welborn Ky visited relatives and friends here SaturdayHomer- G Proctor was the pleasant gutst Grayden Proctor Sunday last Mrs Sallie Sowder went to Brod head Monday to have some dental work doneFruit is badlv dam aged in this sectionS T Proctor went to Brodhead Monday on busi uessRev Metcalf failed to fill UnionSundayJ was this section Monday looking after his farm interestWill Adams the hustling peddler of near Albright Ky was in this section Tuesday J F Herrin of near Quail was in this section Monday on business The spirit of universal peace was breathed in New York Tues day at three meetings aedressed by educators and worldwide prominence At the afteranon meeting at Carnegie Hall 5000 young peo ple responded to an invitation to a gathering organized for their bene fit That inteligence knowledge and culture are the things which the great institutions of learning should and surely are contributed to the cause of general amity was the consensus of opinion expressed in the speeches of the college presidents who addressed the gathering last night Fruit and early vegetation is having a hard time of it this ear The cold spell of last week while quite severe came when everything was exceedingly dry and best equipped to resist the frost Whilecher- ries peaches and other of the most tender fruit were doubtless consid erably damaged it was thought that much of the crop had escaped But this will not help us much now as we had a nother white frost Thursday moraine with con ditions favoring the destruction of all fruit whicb had escaped the for mer freeze Prom the present inn dications the fruit crop in this state is about gone John W Yerkes of Danville has resigned as Commissioner of Inter nal Revenue in order to practice law in Washington President Roosevelt sent Mr Yejrkes a letter expressing his regret and compli menting him highly on bis service da ORtBerra e8Jpatut or JJ1fleKk1 lAIWII J a Over in Lexington on f last week three colored men1 A W Titus of Berea Prof FL Williams of Covington and Jor clan C Jackson of Lexington meta id regarding themselves as acorn mittee representing the colored peo pie of Kentucky passed the follow ing resolutions We the colored people of Ken tucky regard the taking of Berea College from the negroes as a mon umental theft devised and perpe trated by the present College administration of whl h Prof W G Frost is the head aid front We believe that Be ea C liege by reason of the provisions of its endow ment rightfully oemngs to the colored tend to in ourposiIproper time give out that they have ngagedl Judge A R Burnam of nd and Jndge A O Achron of oston to insti lute suit in the Federal Court as soon as the Supreme Court passes on the Day law which forces the separation of the races The real work of the National Arbitration and Peace Conference began Monday at New York with Andrew Carnegie presiding over the meetings During the day a letter was read from President Roosevelt and speeches were made by many men prominent in the affairs of America and of foreign nations It was understood that Secretary Root voiced the senti ments of the President when he sounded a note of warning that if success is to crown the efforts of those who are working fur universal amity their endeavors must be of a practical character and they must not by insisting upon the im possible thereby put off the day when the possible may be accomplished LAND STOCK AN D CROP M J Farris of Boyle bought of Caleb Tucker 2s stock hogs at 5 to- 54c W H Brown bought of J F Moiser 19 hogs at 53 jC J D Eads sold to D C Allen 25 stock hogs at 5c Dick Mcore of Gar rard sold four nice roadsters to foreign buyers for an aggregate of 950 interior Journal f One of the greatest enemies to the grow Tinp whdatcrop that has yet appeared is the green bug that has utterly ruined many fields in Texas Reports from several points in Warren county this State say it has made its appear ance there and much alarm is felt in consequence VH Hankla sold his saddle horse to B G Fox of Danville for 175 J W Allen bought a car load of Logs from Duunville Phil and Boyle Parties at 5 to 5I c F P Combest sold J W Allen 8 yearlings at 23 and 4 calves at IS 75 George Tate solp to Dr Taylor a pair of mules for 450 Liberty News W A CARSON PALTER AND PAPERHANGER I WALL PAPER ROOM MOUI DINGSj ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed REuuttO RATES VIA loeeol Crescent Route 0 ON THE First and Third Tuesday of each month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning till May 31 1907 For particulars write 7 H C ICING QP J1A iLexingtonKy t t jv3 jp pf2fr j3p3pc J pq pq L BARGAINS7 k U ZIi 1 M See Our Straw Maffings Freer OiCoffv Linoleum Carpet MM t The CROSSETSHOEand LOW CUTS FOR MEM Are now here and they are best in the County Come aridsee them They Make Lifes Walk Easyt A new lot of Clothing for men and boys Prices On All Is Right G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse t dfylg i BARGAINS f I IA COMPLETE LINEl I IF IORaI est the LOWEST Prices A FiJLL LINE e e Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH Andrews ae c Kentucky Spring is Here 0 0 a d S1 at And W H Baker t the Mer can furnish you you need in the way of Spring Goods a Ladies Ready trimed Hats Dress goods g Calicoest Ginghams Etc SHOES ito W Langford everything URjline of Shoes is second to none iuthe comity and UR1ricsson everything is right M E pay you the highest market price for your pro duce Call and see us Yours for business 1 WH BAKER LANGFORD KENTUCKY Good used everything salve is for arid especially rccomended for piles H That we say about De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve Thatj what twenty years of usage has proven Get the original Sold by Chas C Davio According to a statement issued Monday by the Bureau of imi raw tion of the Department of Commerce and Labor the total imigra alltioncountries for thesixtmontbs ending i itovjlarch last aggrepated 539 137 r h r7i persons which is an increase of 75 821 over a like period in 1906 The total number of imigrants from Russia for the six months ending with march last was 103 364 being an increase of 21631 over the corresponding period in 1906 Where you need a pill take a pill andbe sure its an Early Rise ewits tattle Early Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills The pills withia reputation eydo not grip oissicken heYlieSoJd here by Chas C Davis Sl J i D D 2cni l J ue l k t ilt1 NEW STOCK OF III Spring Goods Now In a r J 11Ladiestt Mens and Boys Clothing i And a new and complete line of Gents Ladies and ChildrensShoes l and Slippers Call and rAI HIATT KENTUCKY t ft = cUi YOURBANKING 3 No matter how small mo mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checkedrupon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePros A11 FURNISH Asst Cash I1Tl11FfIfTt111f111t11flttRtllfLWillis PRACTICAL rUNDERTAKER SAN- DFUNERAL 3DIRECTOR 3Mt Vernon Ky 3s E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming 3- Edone Fine Hearse attached = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled E Phone No 63- il11111111111111111111il1111111 11111111111J111111111111111111111111111111IS 1BRING YOUR JOB WORK oZL TO THE k Jjt r3INI r t J WIT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON YApril ig 1907 zCall up No 79 whenyouWant Coinmunicate With SIONAL 79 7 J a R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Dr S W Adkins is in Gallatin countyMiss Nell Ballard is numbered among the sick Ieonard Nevins ot Winchester was here Wednesday Parkev Scott the climax merch ant was here Monday Mrs Cleo Brown is in Louisville buying millinery goods J J McCall will move his fami ly from Maretburg to Hazel Patch We understand that Judge JB Fish of Williamsburg is no better Miss Rissc Williams is at home from the Conservatory for a few days s Mrs W JSparksis visiting her ister Mrs B J Bethurum at Som 4rseti Rebecca Newcomb who has been very sick for several days is betterJ Graham writes that he will continue to make Mt Vernon his homeTames Duvaultcamein from Cor bin Monday with a genuine case of mumps Miss Reca Baker has returned from a several weeks visit to Pres tori1iJrg Miss Lillie Thompson is with her grandmother Mrs W M PoynteJ 1 Miss Miranda McKenzie is visit ing the family of her uncle Jonas Mdkenzie ijloyd Hayes spent Tuesday night with Mr and Mrs S C FranklinNight agent J J Lawrence is taking a few nights off on account of sicknessMiss Griffin of Jellico was the guest of Miss Bessie Mul lins Saturday until Monday Mesdames Allen Hiaft and M G Fish were here Wednesday vis iting relatives and shopping Alex Tyree was here Wednesday Alex tells us that he has some splendid contracts in Western Ken luckyMrs Silas Daily has been very low with measles however she is better at this time and the chances of recovery very favorable Carlos Menefee Lloyd Hays El mer Williams and Louis Clark were all initiated into the Wood men lodge Tuesday night Dr nnd Mrs P Benton of Brod heal will spend a month or two at Crab Orchard spTnRson account of the Doctors health Miss Emma Pehriington who has been very sick for several weeks has recovered sufficiently to jo in her family at Livingston Jack C Adams who spent the last yeat in Colorado and the West returned home first of week fully rectored to health He had a splendid time hunting and in other diversions while in his travels to ward theC setting sun Mr Ad pms carries photographs of a mug nificent specimen of the mountain lion which he killed on January i4th lastVat foot of Pikes Peak a short distance from Colorado Springs A New York man pur chased the carcass for 100 and had it mounted by a taxadermist Mr Adams feels proud over the tact that be killed a larger lion than Teddy did r LOCAL Rev AG Koker was unani mously called to the care of the Hummel Grove church April 6th ioooo hens and roosters wanted at once Highest price Tv JOHNSON yt Jonas McKenzifc has beg lib vyptk on his residence on Richmond St jKrueger Son have closed out their commissary at Mullins Sta tion The handle mill at Muliins Sta tion will be moved to some other locality Charley A Davis and Jon n D Miller have been promoted to conductors Charley took his first crew out Wednesday Arthur R Scott who was in the inIplace died in Danville last week WANTED Persons to traveland collect in home territory Weekly salary of 1072 per year and ex penses Address Joseph Alexan der Mt Vernon Ky ADDITIONAL PHONIISTe lie phone stations have been opened at store of Will Kirby Possum Hollow and residence of J J Baker Big Beud both on Skaggs creek Marion Smith aged 55 died Tuesday of pneumonia Mr Smith was just recovering from the measles when pn eumonia took hold He was one of our most re aIlarge family William T Colmesnil who died in Henderson Ky last week was the first conductor that ever run a train into Livingston He was al most as well known along the line in the early days of railroading as Captain Swinney was m later years Many of our older citizens remem ber him as a mighty clever man C C Colmesnil a brother of the conductor ran many years over the Knoxville branch as amail clerk New phones have been put in during the past week at John Rob ins resident Brodhead C H Frith store Brodhead L T Welch residence Logan D Taylor resi dance Ml Vernon Dock Norton beenILivingston and the following Livingston residences George Griffion Egbert Haves Tames Neal Ked Singleton and Beh Brummit Two more phones have been ordered for the Hansford Freedom and Lime Creek lines The stockholders of the Crab Orchard Fair at a meeting April 13 inst elected the following board of directors for the ensuing year J W Guest R H Brouaugh W A Brooks A C Dunn J C Bailey P Parrisb J F Holdam W S Burch and M M Perkins The board then met and elected tht following officers JW Guest Pres W A Brooks Ist Vice Pres W H Shanks 2nd Vice Pres Wm Burton 3rd Vice Pres R H Bronaugh Sect and J C Bails Treas July 10 11 and i2th 1907 were the dates selected for holding the fair Mrs Martha Lewis aged 79 years and three months died Saturday afternoon at the old home three miles West of here on the Somer set roid Mrs Lewis who waS Miss Martha Stewart before her marriage was united in the holy bonds of matrimouv to Mr David N Lewis 57 years ago to which union eleven children were born eight of whom are still living Judge S D Lewis present County Attorney of this county W H Lewis who lives at the old home Mrs W B Whitehead of this place Mrs J J McCall of Maret burg Mrs W T McLaughlin of Albany Oregon BCD F Lewis Defiance Iowa Roy Alberta Can ada and Allen Atchison Cal For ihinv seven davs itwas a Druggie against death nnd for three xveefcs it seemed that each day would be the last When a very young woman she united with the Christian church and had ever since been a devout member The Mondayinher husband who pre eeded her fifteen years The wise of Bob Lee for the striking of Tom McClure which was before the court at the time of our last issne the jury returned a verdict of guilty fixing his punishment at 18 months in the pen But little business has been transacted this week Onl two jury cass having been tried one of W H Laswell against the Adams Ex judgmentofwas that ot John C Whitt against 400foragainst the New Livingston Coal Co dismissed The indictments against AH Hamlin and James Norton charged with complicity in the killing of James and Harlaii Arnold were dismissed Public sentiment b favored this from the beginning as there are but few people who ever believed tha Hamlin and James Nortou had anything to do with the crime heldJIf u t4 L JJ Ii i Ol DOLIARS It I I J Have Wonderful Purchasing Powert it it on n hy m I 6 I jf r t if w Lr a NOTIC1t There will be a special meeting of the Dixie Camp No M W of A on Wednesday night April 24 1907 The LN will sell tickets to Louisville Ky May 4th limit to June 9th one and onethird fare 5 16 May 6th limit May 7th one fare plus 25 cts 4 15 May 8 11 15 18 22 25 19 June 5 and 8 limit two days from of sale one and onethird fare 516 ac count Louisville spring races THE YOUNG MENS FRIEND Last week Fredie Durham aged fifteen years was arraigned in court on a very serious charge C C Williams was employed to defend him and becoming impressed with the yonng man Mr Wil Hams became very much interested in the outcome of the case Fred ie is an bright boy and his every appearance indicates all that is necessary is the cul tivation of those faculties with which he is so abundantly blessed to make him n man who would be anjionor to anv county or commu nity No one saw and realized this more readily than Mr William who is a splendid judge of human nature In his argueuient before the jury he made a strong effort in the of the facts in the case but closed by saying to the jury that he could read in the countenance of Freddie more than ofa boy stating that if the jury did release the young man he Mr Wil liams would see that he was promptly placed in a good home and started to school While the jury stood eight for conviction fort years in the pen to four for ac quittal the promise of Mr Williams counted more than all and the young man was set free On Monday morning we saw Fredie leaving Williams home with new clothes on from head to foot books under his arm making his way for the Brown Memorial School How different may be the life and lifes work ot this young lost an to do for descrying young men when help was mahyof which the public know nothing about You will find this fact fully CASH Have YOU ever investigated the line of SHOOS ll Clothing offered byus If not now is the time Our line of Clothing Shoes and Hats for Men and Boys and Shoes for Women comprise the best selection we have ever shown We have made a special effort and these lines speak Our Are Right THE SHIELD BRAND CLOTHINGExperi- encehas taught us that the best quality of goods that can be sold for the money makes the most lasting impression on customers and insures their continued patronage Especially this is true of The Shield Brand Clothing has every quality desired in any suit of They are uptodate in style and for quality and wear they are by none The prices are in reachof all 750 850 1000 1250 1360 1500 and 1650 Look for the Shield label on the collar t Mix some Globe Fertilizer with your cornwhen you plant and rapII double crop sell McCormIckand DeerIng and Birdsell Farm Wagons hand the- mA1 I i iILI L i 0 l T2444 i date exceptionally that presentation that degenerate that gratopportunity rit demonstrated FISHS STORE- for themselves Prices clothing clothing surpassed We Harvesting Machinery See DEADMrs Mary Bethurum wife of Judge D P Bethurum died Wednesday after only a few hours serious illness Mrs Bethur um had been in poor health for more than a year at which time she suffered a light stroke of paral ysis but her physician and family believed that she was slowly recovering from this attack and the second attack which came Wednes day morning resulting in her death a few hours later came as a great shock to the family Only the hus band and two sons who are at home were present when the end came Judge L W Bethurum who started as soon as he received the word and although he had only a few miles to go did not reach home in time to see his mother alive Hon BJ Bethurum whose home is in Somerset arrived on the afternoon train yesterday The remains was broiigbt here and tak en to the home of Miss Mat Wil hams where short and appropriate- S rvices were conducted by Rev Briscoe after which the burial took place in Elmwood Cemeter- yLIY1NGSTOb Mrs J E Woodall is visiting relatives at Hazel PatchMiss Anna Griffin spent Saturday night with her cousin Miss Bessie Mul bras at Mt Vernon Will Rice was in town Thursday Mrs Pearl Daniels will go to Stanford Monday to visit tier mother for a few weeks LevellGreeDher mother Mrs Makala Carson and sister Mrs Sue Mu11lal1 Miss Cora Adams is visiting her Mt1VemotiJohtown Wednesday on business Misses Florence Price and Lidda Lemaster are out from Lexington visiting friends and relativesUr- ban Cfiewning was here Monday visiting hisparents Mr and Mrs J T Ceewning Mrs Lottie Lan lie is spending a fel days with friends at Laacaster Crab Orchard and Preachersville Messrs Geo W Griffin Johnie Johnson and George McCormack were in Mt Vernon Wednesday and Thursday on business pet taining to the New Livingston Coal CoMrs J B Hayes was called to Corbin Mon littleGeorge is1qUitf r S1rp e Stanford Wednesday He accompanied a certain young lady as far as Mt Vernon and said they were going to Jefferson uille to get mar ried Well John is a good boy and deserves a prize but there are others I know that are not called TohnDrand Mrs Laswell of Brush Creek attended the banquet at Mrs Rices Thursday evening Mr and Mrs James Anderson and Miss Hellen Singleton were in Richmond last week shopping- Dr Cbildress spent Wednesday night with his wife at Pine Hill Mrs Childress has been quite sick but is convalescent fct this time and will return to her home here FridayCasper Adams is visiting Louis Elmore at Knoville Tenn Miss Mvrtle Chewning entertain eda party of her friends Friday evening in honor of Miss Anna Grffiu of Jellico Quite a large crowd was present and a very en joyable evening was reported The Sunbeam Society met last Sunday evening at the Baptit church and decided to visit the famous natural tunnel near Liv ingston Quite a number twenty in all were present and alleager for the excursion They were AnderIsonevening in houor of their popular guest Miss Anna Griffin The very elite of Livingston were present and all seemed to be en joying themselves and having the time of their liyesMr Geo Cook tlGLAiDSAYS NO ALUM IN FOOD In England and Prance the Salt of Alum Baling Powder is pro hibited bylaw because of the in juriousleffectsthatfollow its use The lwlnthe District of Columbia Also prohibits Alum till food will lead the prayermeeting at the Christian church next Wednesday evening Mr John Johnson not Rev led the prayer meeting Wednesday evening Quite a large crowd was present and great inter est is being shownMiss Maggie Begley and John Mullins were married at the home of the bride Wednesday The happy couple have the best wishes of the entire community The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the Signature of You may Jive where as yet you have no protection against protection against Alum iji your Baking Powder is fo Say p 1 ROYAL CASTORIAiFor arS Alu- mMCnIJsuri plainly IBROYAL it made from Absolutely pure Cream ofTartaria pure Gtapt rodacb Aids xligestipn dds to the healthfulnesS of food OJl 1 Ie to+O OOOOOOOOO +OO 60000 The effect of Scoffs Emulsion on thin 9 pale children is magical gItmakes them plump rosy active happy o contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone 1and so put together that it is easily digested o by folk o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOOj OOOOV OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SheritPsSaleB- y virtue of execution No 698 directed to itie which issued from the Clerks office of the Leslie circuit court in favor of G A Manus againt Matilda Hall I or one of my deputies will on the 22nd day of April 1907 between the hours of lo o clocka in and J oclock pin 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 maybe necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cot to wit 139 acres of land purchased from Win F Ygung and located near Urodhead in Rockcastle county Kentucky and bound ed thus On the north by the lands off S Frith and Maggie Holmes4 East by the lands of T S Jjrith south by the lands of H G Howard and Thos John sonand west In the lands of Robert Pavne 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 per cent interest from July 2nd 1900 until day of sale Levied upon as the property of Matilda Hal- lTERMSSale will be made on a cred it of three months bond with approved security required bearing 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 R C By JOHN ROBINS D S The dying words of James Cockrill when he was murderedat Jackson were introduced as evi deuce in the trial of William Brit ton at Lexington on a charge of complisity in the assassination to show aconspiracy It was shown that Cockrill said My God theyve got me at last Efforts were made to reflect on Floyd Byrd Jor the part he has played in the proeecution of the Breathitt county fend cases Moses Feltner was- placed on the stand but was withdrawn nntil later Mr S Brown of Wayne W Va writes hIwas a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of ded and when strclightIdollar bottle and part ot the second cured me entirely Foleys Kid nev Cure works wonders when others are total failures Chas C Davis druggist L Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN IOll AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN JKSNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trio around the woald and his visits lbaU nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it the agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to coy er mailing and llanlliiig- THETHOM1SON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo BITTEN BY A SPIDER Through bloodpoisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of BpsguevilleTexM would have lost hislegiwhichbe J11e a mass of running sores had be not been persuadedto try Bucklens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four boxes heiled all the sores Heals every sere 25c at all druggist B8IIBKIINEKCDBBBakes WANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods SaJary80 per month paid weekly and cash adAanced for expenses No capital r experience necessary Posi tion A permanent Address NORTH WESTERN CO Depot TC WbajiAjj9hlcago Ill We have been informed by the authorities at the L N freight department that prior to March 3 when the local option laws as regards shipping liquor into a local option territory went into effect 150 barrels oLwhiskey and 12 car loads of beer were shipped here Figure out at retail pi ices this amount of wet goods will mean 80000 in round figures to the saloonists rhis is for one quarter only and for the whole year at the same ratio would be 320000 And with all this revenue to be spent for something else it does not seem tht the license to be im posed on the merchants will be a very heavy burden Nothing sogoodasCascasweet writes a mother who has nsed it It saved my babys life writes another Cascasweet is a vegetable 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 Refusal of tainted money by churches and colleges will be an important factor in restoring pub lic righteousness declared William Jennings Bryan in a speech at Washington under the auspices o- fthiYMC AbGREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters ofRoundstone creek near slate tunnel No im provements andonly 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 orI5o per acre takes the bound ary For further information ad dress RL McFerron Mt Ver nonlKy or this office KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky FaIrs for 1907 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug 143 days Stanford Julv 173 days Henderson July 235 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug Z73 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLY COURIER JOURNALI AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Send your order for this combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i ayearFOLEYS 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 notr skavingarightsDjs ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles Rtlf USE UMTiTlhrKS CH4SC JAV1S zist3 THE OlD WORU AND ITS v WAYS Ithis is the title of a new and profusel y illustrated book by Col William Jennings Bryan recount ing his ioted journey around the earth and through Europe which was so widely heralded through the American Press IThe book is an illustrated and descriptive record of thax entire journey which is so 1emorablein current history Thejournej em braced a period of a year and coy ered practically all the nations of the earth Col Bryan traveled vith camera and pencil and not only described In brilliant phrases what he saw but further illustrated his journey by photographs These photogra phs constitute a striking pictorial presentation and lend especial in terest to the book They number 240 and they show in picture the world as he saw it They consti tutejust that many striking Object Lessons of the people of all countries in their cities towns and villagesin their homes and ever day occupations The book will interest ever read er as a unique presentation ofa wonderful interesting journey It is sold only through solicitors The Thompson Publishing Com pany of St Louis Mo are the fortunate publishers They adver tise for agents in another column of this issue THE NEW PURE FOOD AND DRUG Lw We are pleased to aiinounce that Foley s Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble inot eflec ted bv the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates r other harmful drugs itidwe retcommend it as a sate remedy fo children and adults Sold by Chas Ie Davis tDAM ONS U FOR NERIt OIL CUTS30RESBURNS L RHEUMATISM 25 WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the Nation Sign Co Dai on 0 writes unde nato of Oct 12 Igo6ANosea the only preparation I have eve used that relieves my affection sc speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real pleasure out o breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrhsi years ago Money would not bu my tube of Nosena if I couldnoget another Buy Nosena from moneybackandbooklet by mail eo cents BUOWN MANUFACTURING Co- St Louis Mo Greenville Teni THE ORI6BNAI LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systembowels A certain relief for croup and a whoopingcough 1fcouffconstipating especially thosssjg containing Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Red Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee on every bottle I Trod lnk teisea- dLAXATIVE HeN TA O- O DeWITT A CO CHICAGO U 8 At Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROK ASTLE Real Estate o MT VERNON KY 0 FAM No lThis farm of 317 acres 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 entirefarm 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 T NO 58o acres of land between Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2 bargain FARM NO iT 1131 tracts of land in one body consisting f85 84 and 155 acres lo cated on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky anti about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi deuces oteorge Hines and George GoochAbout 75 acres of this land is bot tom land and a good pa tofit is up land but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 por acre One third oashthe balanceinono n i9y ara f a1cs tiat Tt For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original SarsaIparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility nut even this grand medicine cannot do its best work If the liver is inactive and the bowels constipated For the best possible re suits you should take laxative doses of Aycrs Pills while taking the Sarsaparilla fA Mace J C Ayer Co Lowell Ilaaa IAlso manufacturers or 7 qers IIAGUI We have no secrets We publish IUte formulas ofcl our medicines Vhat is it that tastes as sweet as miple sugar and quickly relieves conghs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant colb reme dv that expels the cold through its laxative action on the bowels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by Chas C Davis On April 15 changes in the local government of the Panama canal zone which will abolish all the municipal governments now in ex istance and result in the harmoniz ing of the various parts of the zone will become effec- tiveDifficuk Breathing Short breath fluttering palpitation sinking spells ere symptoms oi a weak heart struggling to do its work It must keep the blood in circulation to carry nourishment to make flesh bone and muse Ie and remove the worn out particles When it cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles strengthtomuscles anc increases the heart action muchIhasdonecould be at times I had difficulty In sofastpossible to Hvo without relict thepain was very severe in my left side Ihadcured and I am sure I would not if ItakesufterMRS MARY C JTAITLTBR Sullivan Mo byyourdruggist failsheMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental VOBKS M nufat rer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of jill kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky I rdh1adMarble Work KRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by 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Sunday of this month Rev Cumm ins is well liked as a minister of the Gospel and we hope is doing a great work in his Masters vineyard for the harvest indeed is ready and the laborers few in this vicinity at leastCorn planting has to he aban doned on account of cold weather nevertheless the farmers are not an idle set so they ate taking ad vantage of ever pretty day prep airing their soilso when spring opens they will be ready for plan lug and sowingEnoch Hammock and Mrs Rebecca Deboard are reported to oe in very poor health the other sick are better Born to the wife of Cleveland Mink on the 8th a fine boy Cleveland is smiling proudly A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats wha vour liver does if it torpid Thei he bile overflows into the blood oisons your system causes sick icadache billiousness sallow sk oated tonge sick stomach dizz ringloutRamons treatment of Liver ad Tonic Pelles strengthens iver makes it do its own wor Prevents and cures these troubles Aids doesent force Entire treat ment 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