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Published Every Friday Uufl1 ftUlI1 dDdl VOLUME XXJ MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY EY FRIDAY APRIL 26 1907 NUMBER 31 ttlt4111fttt14f1t14l1111tZit1141I1t41tIR4t14li414tRi141I1l Ilflltfifll tttZtf4ltt1111f1l11lt4Il1l1l11111t11l111fftl it111 Eti mr 1 J1CI Q 1f1LJi T J E I R THINGI W L 1 1 rM lilt iiltlitlt1 GRIFFINS MILL t John Major the point of John Hurst some jbetter Sunday School Poplar Grove getuing very Hasty remains about usualDan Miller has moved his heading mill from the crossroads the Hamm neighborhood Coleman Broughton of Somerset was visiting relatives here Saturday and SundayW H Brown and family visitedat WB Poteets SaturdayandSundayMrs visited Mrs W Blown Sunday W H Brown has started his huxler wag on and goes to Brodhead heavy each weekSome of our farmers have commenced planting corn Josiah Cummins and M Craig of Quail attended Sunday School here SundayJoseph Brown and family visited relatived relatives near Brodhead Saturday and Sun daYJohn Alfred Hasty bought of prfricea pair of 3yearold raulesor 2 As the time drawing very near we will again announce the 2nd Sunday in May the day set apart for the dedica tion of Poplar Grove church Rev Koker will preach the dedication sermon Avery large crowd expected CATARRH AND CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buicklv releived by Ncisena It soothes the congested membranes allays inflamationr and thoroughly heals and cleanses It keeps mois- all the passages whose tendency i to thicken and become Cur colds tbsoat trouble n hay fever stoppedup breathing through mouth whit sleeping offensive breath etc It i antiseptic and contains chemi cals drugs having a narcotic ef feet that can cause the drug habit Sold by all druggits rolE NEiiDTAP Mfrs rrlTiMa PMw ji1a v CantWhen Good Clothes are triimps Our Suits cant be beat Honor Where Honor is Due Good Dressers honor us their patronage because we give the best values = t r 3FASHIONABLEFASTIDIOUS FELLS A Our Spring and Summer Line is now ready Buy of us and get satisfaction inJJRESH FANCY FABRICS U h 3 1Z Taking The Bridle Off This Spring we are going to simply T ke The Bridle OfTof prices on =w CLOTHING saving from 25 per cent to 50 per cent on your par chases is any Object 3to you come and get your goods heie for no where else in all this country can you match our stock or prices 3 DOUCL AS dO i W11 CTE OSK 1t f liltiliiliilllliil1i11616iliiiiliillllilklll1tilllllil6lit 1116ttltflitltlitiitti l llilliililiitiUiUlliiiliii1111id11it1iliUliiiiifi f Uncle is at deathUncle is at is on nicelyJ L as to J F so is as is oarsnessI no or or l with I QUAIL Jacob RIder is visiting Dr Morris at MaysoodMr Win Smock of Danville is in this part calling on one of our fair sex Morris Taylor and Elbert Elder spent Sat urday night with Walter Elder at Eubanks The Broughton Bros have sold their saw mill and grist mill to a OMr Johnspn for 300 Alex Proctor bought of W R Brown a seven year old mare for 100Miss Annie Parsons left Friday for her home at LivingtonWalk- er Scott is improving Mr Scy F Long is on the matrimonial list Mrs Mattie Owens still improves J W Stringer and wife spent Sunday with his brother Lincoln Stringer of the Ottawa neighbor boodMpsfof the farmers will soon beready to plant corn but lookout brother farmers our l roph etjsays winter will last tOIQth of May Gee whiz Dont look like will ever come at all doesnt ttBornto the wife of Manuel Caldwell on the 22 a boyYm Taylor has a verysick childEm mitt Reynolds of the Big Glade section spent Saturday last until Monday with relatives at Living ton Joe Logsdon better known as Emmit will leave for Somerset soonJXT Stringer one of oil r most substantial citizens wasin Mt Vernon MondayvTri DMul lins the drummer was through this part flit of the week James Thompsotf is no betterE A nevitsdwellingcompdatedEarnic Her ron is plastering the new Baptist church at Brodhead beingsnew by Eastern capitalists esp whereIhave also tended to stimulate the interest v 1i y JV IORLANDO Mrs James Anderson of Living ston was at this place Monday Mr Wra McNew who has been mucbibetterchildren of Corbin are visiting her mother Mrs Hettie MasonDr Lusk of Berea was called to see Miss Sallie Barnettlast Friday in consultation with Dr VrD Las well She is still very sick but slowly improving The RevG A Manus who some years ago was a citizen of this vicinity preached at McNews chapel Tuesday nigbtThe infant of James Riddle died last week Mr George Proctor is reported very lowMrs Lillie Hundley and children were the guests of her sister Mrs B G Mt ihs of Pine Hill from Saturday until Monday IA wedding expected in these parts soonMrs Troxel who for several years has been living in Missouri MssBirtieDa vidsonJ Mr Harris the scale man was in our town last wJand sold one pail of scales to JocH Reames and sons of DudleyMr Marvel Coffey of Hummell who has been very sick is reported some bettec i4dayMr Lee Chestaut tand little niece ielJ were visitihj his sister Mrs Saute McHargue l Pine Hill last week The Sab6ai school at Maple Grove is progress ing nicely t THE PRICK OF HEALTH The price 6f health in a malari ous district isjust 25 cents the cost ot a box fDr KiuNew I ie ofNoiaddgently and impart new life iar yig SatiefactloYeglibLMrs Donald McLean of New York has been elected President thelAm ADJOINING COUNTIES The local option election at Owensboro Saturday was one of the most sensational ever held in the State and resulted in a poll of 4000 votes and a victory for the wets b a majority of 442 Over 3000 men women and children paraded in one body during the day Capt R M Tack on has broken ground and is preparing to to build a handsome brick structure on Main street adjoining the store of Mr J B Eberlein The ground floor will be made into store rooms while the second floor will be built for an opera house And will be 50x60 feet We alspT understand that Mn Jackson wUfaIsomak a sheet iron business block out of the did JJ ackson Hotel which will ac cofufuodate six merchants Lon don Echo t Rest is the great restorer We dito restore yet a great many of us do not stop to t91rstomgenerallyoverwdtkedxs A tired pyerworicc stomach willyvfea otbreaifcta which lay na heed xaittitaLla DYys pSpsi4GtYes hold tsi warning and If wie liedth IUle gin l easily avoid 1urthercons ueizces xKODOL is a most thorough stomach teifefv giyestit to its normal t4iIt is sold here by GhasC DavisV The report made by Dr Kennard scut to investigate famine conditions in southeastern pro iCe s ofiRussia howsibft twenty mill ions ibp Residents there are selling them selves and U ttiey possess to sex cure food upon which to susttid life s w1 SWELL SOOT- forfashionablepeople r8S7 t Our Leaders We have just received a large shipment the American Gentleman and the American Lad SHOES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St cviorMlrrShoes If you are looking for uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our line i 1 CLOSINGOUT otherbrandsmake room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We not whatNwe say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit convinceIYoilM iwere ever m IJ 1 KRUEGER SON i A 3 ac C Witnesses in the trial of William Britton charged with complicity in the murder of James Cockrill testified at Lexington that they had talked to Jim and Alex Hargis before giving their evidence in the case Efforts were made by the defence to establish an alibi for Britton and break down the testimony of John Smith who made a confession implicated several men among them Britton The testi mony given by several of the witnesses at former trials was pro duced by the Commonwealth to contradict their statements made at this trial- DOING BUSINESS AGAIN When my friends thought I was about to take leaveof this world on account of Indigeston nervousness and debility writes AltChriholm Treadwell NY and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was per sunded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice tosay that they are cure ing me I am now doing business gainingon earth Guaranteed by all druggist 50C The Jamertown Exposition com memorating the three hundredth anniversary of the first English settlement in America opens NorfolkVa t to day with President Roosevelt the guest of honor The Exposition will continue until Novezeber30 Whitt ionr rt81l is al m always a warning from your kidney heWur WSneys are goodeas the uscsiofpe Witts ad k therHitsignedy a electee Tn nting amnesty to the ineiiberjl of the armed forces of Cu ba Who have been found guilty of cbmMitting offenoes during the re cent revolution Four men Aiding down Cap Fear river In a scow were swap over Bt kbam Falls N C Tues da ndrerere droved HMUMAU LAXATIVE coUeHayllW pitI IAXATt IGIEYTAI iGIftI NNNN4 tri 110 M wa r r l Y- SEstabtrshed i OTTAWA Mr and Mrs Eugene Brown and family of near Quail visited T V Brown and family Sunday James Farris sold to Miss Iva Brown a fine filly for g0S T Proctor was in Brodhead Friday and Satur urday on business rThe universe- is again covered with beautiful fOe liage which makes a joyful time for people as well as birds etc and the farmers of this section are about ready to plant cornMr Levi Sowder the huxter of Preachers ville was in this section Tuesday The wheat crop seems to be on the decline after the recent cold spell Mrs Mary J Brown who has been very sick with the measles is re ported better at this issue rj B Sutton and family visited Jack Sutton and family of Bromcfl Satur day and Sunday Charlie Sowder was in Preachers ville Friday on businessJ T Brown has returned from Cincinna ti Ohio where he has been for quite a while Messrs Graders and James F Proctor visited relatives here Sunday Charlie Sowder sold to Bill Elmore 8 hogs averag fug 85 pounds each at 6 cents Greenie Sutton of near Bte Lick herejSnturdayD Gooch filled his appointment a Union Sunday Messrs Tart Proc tor and Charlie Sowder visited relatives at SmallKy Sunday Several or the young men of this section were at home from th railroad Saturday and Sunday = Charlie Brown called on one of Lincoln county s best looking girl- sSundayRobert Brown visited J W Brown and family Sundry J J Brown sold to Isaac Johnson 75lTHow To Avon APPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipat ed Orino Laxative Fruit = Syrup slimtonofthebOwelsOrino Syrup does notnauseate or and is mild and pleasant to tkRefuse substitutes Chas XX Da via 31- A HANDSOME sty all leathers all styles t aThis is one J j of are 3oe3caeoc l Pence Jr Pence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and 5 miles North of Jit Vernon at f800 to insure a living colt If mare is traded or parted with the season money becomes Sue This excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Sjxxmamore of Lincoln Jr bay stalion 4 years old full 6 hands high good size and action By Pence he by Rienzi he by Belmont he by Alexanders Abdallad Pences ist dam by Almont Forrest 2nd dam byGar rard Chief 3rd dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam by Copperbottom Pence Jrs ist dam by Ad Barlow 237Sby Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows ist dam by Woburn and dam by a Main brino horse 3rd dam by Mnmbrino Messenger Pence Jrs 2nd dam by Gills grazedat 200 per monthinot responsible for accidents or escapes hould any occur R L SMITH Hiatt Ky PNEUMONIAS DEADL WORK rightlungof Rural Route No t Georgetown TepnUthat 1 coughed continu neightband hasbroughtKings New Discovery wWcfc I a- my case proved to bethe o yel weaker Wlnintroubles with New discoYl rytaer- eal cure Guaranteed by alWriig bottlefreev The wooden lumber bargejwblch left Mamsfee Michigan April r1 is believed to have been lost in Lake Michigan with her captaia and thirteen others THIS MAY INTEREST YOtK kidneytroublelairs Kidney Cure wills tap the it ofet not beyond the reach f meiiciir Qbts C Cavis der i iat t t MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 26 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W IeckhamorGovemorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Heml ricks For State Superintendent 61 Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby I afuoii For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault announcezas a candidate for Jailer to till out the unexpired term of two years caus ed by tho death of his brother L L Jarrctt 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 bs voted for at the next November elec tion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party- PoLITICS AND POLITICIANS After a session lasting five months the Oklahoma Constitution Convention has completed its labors and adopted a Constitution An alfalfa pen was used by the presi dent of the body to sign the sheepskin copy of the document The Court of Appeals yesterday sustained the act of the Legislature passed at the special session last springfixing a tax of one and one quarter cents a gallon on all rectified whiskey made within Ken tucky The discision means that the rectifiers will have to pay to the State between 300000 and 400000 unless the Supreme Court of the United States to which an appeal probably will be taken should reverse the decision of the Kentucky courts Reports from out in the State according to the friends of Jndge William H Holt indicate that the sentiment for him for the Republican nomination for Govenor is rapidly spreading Judge Holt says that he is not a candidate for the nomination in the sense of making a fight for it but that he would accept it if it were tendered him A E Wilson who is also a candidate for the nomination spent Monday with Richard P Ernst chairman of the Republican State Central Committee at his home in Covington BKODHEAD Miss Dora Dickersonis on the sick listMrs Araiel Keizel of Crab Orchard visited her parents herelast Saturday and Sunday A skating club has been organized here composed of the following members R Ef J J and M C Albright IL B and A C McClary Mat Boling Char Hurt F L Durham U B Cass and E R Gentry skating from 4 p m till midnight Everybody invited Admission free Miss Ethel Parker is visiting Miss Ella Dunn at Danville Ky Miss Carrie Frith one of our teachers spent last Saturday and Sunday with her motherW T Brooks has moved to his property on WestMain St recently purchased of Mrs Alice TateMissest Graham Ballard and Tate and Mesdames Krueger and Sutton were down from Mt Vernon last SundayA C McClary js acting Cashier of Farmers Bank of Sutnmersville during the Cashiers absenceThos W Evans and Jno New land of Lebanon Junction were at home between trains test Saturday i James dwaniHutchesou is on the sick listRLG Wit otth returned to rBine Kiiot after spend t 21 i jC ing two weeks with his mother A wedding soonGuess Whet smitblofHutchesouIonminister preached a very interest lug sermon at the Baptist church last Tuesday night Aunt Judith Chestnut has returned from a three weeks visit to Mt Vernon and Hazel PatchW A Tyree has gone to Dumron where he has a contract to erect a two story brick building L1Y1NGSTOA Mr and Mrs Geo Griffin spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Griffins father Mr Daniel Griffin near Pine HillMrs Beckie Lu cas and children and Mrs Hiatt of Alliston Illare here attending the bedside of Mrs Susie Hicks Mrs Sam Ward returned Tuesday from a pleasant two weeks visit to her son W R Ward and family near Lancaster Casper Adams is in Mt Vernon visiting his uncleR B Mulhns Old Aunt Cynthia Brummitt is very low and not expected to live but a few hours James Hall is painting and papering his residence on Main streetMrs Kate Mngee of Crab Orcharb is here attending the bedside of her soninlaw Hen ry BrowningMiss Sallie Cook is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Lida Cook of this placeMrs J B Hayes returned Monday from Corbin reporting her little grandson George Jenkins as improving She was accompanied home by Mrs Ed Quinn and children of ParisMrs Mahala Caason is quite sick again at this time Mrs Henry Burton who is keeping the famous Mullins Hotel has a house full of boarders and more coming every day begging for rooms and lodgingMrs Susie Hicks is very low much worse at this writing Miss Anna Griffin the charming Miss from Jellico returned to her home Tuesday leaving some of our young men brokenheartedHen ry Browning is very sick of pneu verydoubtfulMrs lead the prayer meeting next Wednesday evening at Christian church everyone invited to at tend The subjhct will be The New Apostle Acts 9th chapter rg to 30 versesLena the little child of Will Owens happened to a very painful accident Monday While playing with her sister Grace who was holding an ax in her hand accidentally dropped it on Lenas hand severing the 4th finger almost entirely Will ODell and Clade Griffin were down from Mt Vernon Saturdayreturning SundayMiss Lula Argenbright entertained Tuesday evening in honor of her guests Misses Lidda Lemasters and Florence Priceof LexingtonMessrs Alf and Ros cee Griffin of Jellico were on Mondays morning train en route to LouisvilleMiss Hayes is quite sick at this writing Mrs Ed Quinn and children returned to their home in Paris Wednesday Mrs Drum mond has joined her husband here again after a visit to relatives and friends for a few weekThe little children of Mr and Mrs R Sparks have had the measles but are conva lescent Livingston is gradually growing better and we were informed this morningof a very important change to be made in the near fu ture that will benefit Livingston a great dealJr George Cook led the prayer meeting Wednesday evening and a very enjoyable hour was spent in serving the Great Giver of all good glftsMrsLott- ie Langley has returned from a two weeks visit with relatives at Lancaster Mr and Mrs Chappel are visiting ra Louisvile fora few daysMr and Mrs Nath Mc Whorter have moved into the house belonging to Mrs Sue Mullins which was recently vacated by Mrs Hagan Mr2t dMrsoMatFord moved their household goods to East Bernstadt ThursdayDr J F Baugh formerly of London but now of the Medical College of Lou isville spent a few days with the family of Mr George Cook first of the week John Mullins was in Mt Vernon Wednesday sue Copper Ridge tunnel 18 miles north of Knoxville Had a wreck in it Monday night which set fire and destroyed the woodwork caus ing the tunnel to cave in Trains are obliged to transfer It will probably require a month to clear out and repair tunnel 8 IB bwNlvI i LS6HOOL The school continues to have a remarkably large attendance for yearDEspiteImumps measles etc the number this week has been one hundred twentyone Everv depart ment has gainedprimary intermediate and gram mer grades have doubled their attendance since last spring The High School too has gained Best of all however is the steady improvement in tb character of the work Tb future of the school has never bset so hopefulMiss McFel ron is assistin Miss Alexander in the primary Miss McIntyre expects to be with m again next year She likes Kei tucky better than Florida but he mothers health would not permi her return this year A stone and irop fence is t be built around the dormitot grounds the school is to be paintoi and other improvements made a soon as the term closes Below is the programme f i Mondays recital PROGRAMME Gypsy Chorus Junion Clay 2 A September MorningMt Dowell Bessie Sparks 3 Chaconue Durand Blanche Urawforr 4 Voice of the HeartLa Croix Marguerite Lovell 5 Stars of the Summer Nigh Male Quartett 6 Gypsy DreamsKoelling Cow Griffin 7 AriaLascia Chio Pianga Mrs Susie Mille 8 a Sonatina dementi b Curious Story Scht1mantt Anna Mae Miller 9 Spring songPinouti Mixed Quartett ro BerceuseGoodardMrs Mae Ride n Viola obligata Mr McDonald 12 Old Black Joe Seniour Chorus This recital consists of sections from the regular class work of the students Everyone is cordially invited to attend There will be no admission fee f A CARD To MR O V JARRETT Seeing your announce mtnt as unexIpiredlamented brother was elected in 1905 I wish to say that in the opinion of a large majority of the voters of our county you deserve the nomination and election and you should have no opposition from any member four party Your course iu paying off the debts of your brother for which you were not legally bound your sense of justice your human treatment of prisoners your fight for improvements in the sanitary con ditions of the jail building and your stand for that which is for the general welfare convinces the people that they will make no mis take in continuing your services in your present position far two years more Iwith hundreds of other Republicans heartiy endorse you and will use all honorable means to secure your nomination and election Yours very truly S B RAMSEY The jury in the trial of Bill Britton charged with complicityin- the murder of Jim Cockrill took the case Wednesday afternoon at Lexington and at 10 oclock that night being unable to agree was locked up to resume consideration of the case yesterday It was re ported that the jtirYstood ten to two CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought J dears the- naturoof 4 ti WA e CARSON PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before v placing j your order J r All Work Guaranteed tt c JZ i a ct m IH IF A W BARGAINS r See Our H Straw Matting Ffoor OilCfofh Linoleum Carpet i E The GROSSET SHOE0c and LOWCUTSFORMEM Are now here they are best in the County Come andsee them They Make Lifes Walk Easy t A new lot of Clothing for men and boys Prices On All Is Right G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse i BARGAINS I C eacS J r IA COMPLETE LINE 1 OR NEWand COMPLETE Line of GENERALI MERCHANDISE Remember that Iest at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE ae e x Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries aril Dry Goods I Andrews W HRICHI D I Spring TSHmI t nd W Baker t the Langford Mer chant furnish you everything you need in the way of Spring Goods 21 I Ladies Readytr med Hats Dress goods Calicoes Ginghams Etc K rf SHOES IO W leiritbe and H can OR line Qf Shoes is second to none in the countyand UR prices on everything is right tb E pay yoii the highest market ricefor your pro duce t Call and see us Yours for business F WH BAKER tLANGFORD KENTUCKY jcJJGood for euerything salve is used for and e peciallyrccomendedy for piles That is what we say about De Witts Carbblized Witch tentylyearsthe original Sold by Chas G iDavij The Democrats of the First Oklahoma dirtric Wednesday nominated W L Eaglefon of Pawnee for Congress ii OAIOR Iip A r Tk KW KflIA slw ib wf1PIRk 4Y Where you need a pill take a gill ahd be sure its an Early Rise De its Little Early Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills The pills with a reputation They do not grip or sicken They are sold here by Cbasc Davis The railroads belief that wrecks like misfortune come single but run in threes seems to be confirmed on many occasions When one wreck occurs it will be noticed that two more ipltowsopn at least all old railroaders claim its true r m D JJC D Z WIx = t NEW STOCK 11 OF Spring Goods Now InII Ladies Hats a Specialty Summer Dress Goods all uptodate l Mens and Boys Clothing And a new and complete line of Gents Ladies and ChildrensShoes and Slippers Call and let us show you before buying elsewhere I 4s A C HIATT H IAT- T KENTUCKY I 2J lG YOUR BANKING No matter how small no inattter how largeti THE BANK of MTVERNONINCORPORATED 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 checked upon fora period of six months or more OFFICERS CC WILLIAMS Pres VV L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash 11l114114tl111ft1l1111111GWillis PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL ZZ DIRECTOR 3p Mt Vernon Ky r s = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = Etice MeCalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming 3 5done Fine Hearse attached 3ORDERS bywire Promptly Filled = EPhoneN 063 = 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl1111111111111 11111111il11111iS BRING YOUR JOEl WORK jkl THExt SISNftL viti Mr VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY April 26 1907 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 0 a R R So TIME TABLE 9Enorth 124 p mi 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p tr 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs D C Poynter continues quite ill Cashier W L Richards is able to be out again Mrs Rebecca Newcomb contin ues very sick Ben Carmney was out from Lancaster Sunday- M Miller Sr is very sick weekBig Hayes was on our streets yesterday Dr Adkins has returned from a visit to Glencoe Ky James Adams of West Main StI has been ill of erysipelas Dan Roach and wifeare visiting homefolks in Manchester Albert Hamlin has returned to his Tennessee loging camp Mrs J T Tate was visiting Mrs Alice Tate this week Abel Pennington Jr was up from Livingston Wednesday- J J McCall the Hazel Patch merchant was here Wednesday Miss Edith Phillips of Wildie is visiting her aunt Mrs Alice Tate Miss Rose McFerron is 4th grade teacher at Brown Memorial School Mr Scobee the Winchester spoke man was here during the week MrsrRosa and Miss Ann ranaI man were here from Wildie Wed nesdayE B Brown brakeman was with homefolks a couple of days this week J D Miller L N conductor was with homefolks latter part of last week DN Welsh the Berea traveling man was chiseling around town WednesdayMisses Lee Houk and Mon tie Martin were visiting in Maret burg Sunday Mr and Mrs Ramus of San Francisco are visiting Mrs Fred rick and family Marion Denham has put in almost solid time as breakeman during past 12 months Mesdames W W Wright and H D Magee wereup from Living ston Wednesday G M Ballard C C Williams James Sexton J J H H and J A Wood attended courtat Danville first of the week W M Barnett candidate for jailer was in town yesterday mix ing with the people W J Sparks is in Nashville this week preparing to start up a stone crusher at that place Dr G B Lawrence is in from Hyden visiting his mother He made a trip to Cedar Creek Parks ville and Louisville since he arrived here last Wednesday Judge L W Bethurum County Attorney S D Lewis Dr D B Southard G T Johnson Isaac Bowman Bogue Phillips J J Won Jacob Sambrook O V Jar rett RL McFerron G S Griffin T J Niceley and John Robins were the delegates from Rockcastle to the Republican Convention atl Mt Sterling Wednesday to nomi nate a candidate tor Railroad Com missionerIW J Newcomb a native of this county who located in Galveston some fifteen years since showed his faith in the future ot the Island CitY by investing his savings in real estate every year We are pleased to note that increased values of his holdings has Will on easy street He says while he is delighted with Galveston he still calls old Rockastle home where be hopes to spend his declining years in the hills and amojqg his old friends aud companions i X L Mrs Jim Rickles is very sick this week Cecil Hendron spent Sunday with homefolks near Kirksville John M Bandel civil en giueer for the L N was here Sunday- S C Franklin visited Bertha this week on business and pleasure- M M Brown of Level Green paid this office a pleasant call Tuesday Victor C Tate of Jacksboro Tenn visited homefolks Sunday and Monday Mumps have visited this place and a good many of the little folks have fat jaws Sheriff R L McFerron has moved to the Houk property South of court house Willie McBee of the Brown Memorial School was with home folks near Quail Saturday J L Rash of the firm of Rash Co was in Knoxville first of week buying spring goods Robert Bowman writes home from Illinois that heis getting along nicely and is well satisfied Special Pension Examiner Parl ev was here during the week look ing up Spanish War pension claims Walter G Smith cashier of the Summersville Bank was here first of week visiting Cashier and Mis M B Salin While skating last Wednesday night Miss Reca Baker fell and sprained her arm which is Gaming her much pain Mr J J Richards of Glencoe Ky who has been with his broth er W L Richardr during his illness has returned home John Jarrett and son O V Jarrett the jailer after taking in Mt Sterling Convention went on to visit their father and grandfather at Charleston W Va- LOCAL Dr Davis says Bingham Shep herd has black measles Measles are still raging in various portions of the county Clell Mullins moved his res taurant from this place to Wildie Miss Sallie Faun from near Brod head was ajudged insai e in the county court yesterday Claude Cox is putting a new coat of paint on his property on New comb Avenue Call at George Owens marble works Mt Vernon and see a monument made of Rockastle free stoneJ Baker at Simpsons Lick is now connected by phone to bal ance of world at least to the Rock castle portion of it R L McFerron has moved his siwmill machinery to his lot at the Joplin spring about four hundred yards from the court house While ofcourse the town trustees are not perfect and can not please every one on every occasion they have accomplished more in way of improving streets and roads during the past year than was done in ten years past STRAYKD One large roan cow deho ned left front tit smaller than the right one Has been gone about Ten days Liberal reward for her return or any information as to her whereabouts- R G 1oDD- Maretburg Ky Chas C Davis Druggist has re ceived his fine soda fountain and will have it in mission as soon as weather condinpqs will justify Charley has added oev improve ments to his store room in way of linoleum floor coverings latest up todate chairs stools tables etc for accommodation of his soda wa ter and other customers His place is now an upto date institution and will be a great re ortin the days of the good old summer time While it always worries a businessman to be toldLines busy when calling for a number yet nothing provokesone like being told the same thing every few minutes for a period of halfan hour The climax comes however and the hurried business man goes into a coniption fit when he finds the line wanted has been held by a young couple consuming the time in courting It is then he uses words which can not be found in the Sunday School papers When he finds that Jack Hughard has been talking to Maude Likeit during the time the business man has murder In his heart Courting is the finest thing in the world but for pitys sake cut it out on the wires TrJiancastier Recordr F lt m t s l J Hif Ii 3HU i iGff J o 4 Hi DOLLARS 111- II Have Wonderful Purchasing Power u tff it a I II m a Gs s ei Rev Weaver of Richmond will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening The nepike up school house hill has been completed so far an ballast is concerned and only lacks the screenings which will beforth coming within the next few days William Humber the man who killed Policeman Pollard and received a life sentene escaped Lan caster jail and was at large for a week was captured four miles East of that place Monday FOR SALEOne saw mill flour and corn mill in good repair Will sell saw mill pratefrom other mills Anyone wishing a good mill should write meat once at Quail Ky as lam going to sell this mill to close an estate Respectfully GEO S PROCTOR Buck Cummins is working four men in his mines at Sand Spring and will continueto do so through the summer thereby giving OUt people a chance to fill their coal houses with the best coal in the mountains and at a rate lower than the same class of coal can be shipped here Buy your coal during summer and fall keeping the money here at bome There are now eight mills in this county cutting handle of hickory oak and etc for the Turn et Day Woolsworth Co the largest concern in that line on earth L T Welch is running one ol these mills at Dock Nortons where old Culpeper post office was at one time Wm Johnson has charge of the mills at Mullins Station and Mt VernonE C Wheeler who was here for sometime is in charge of works at Kuttawa Mr Gra ham is running a mill near Bards town The company has big fac tries in Louisville Knoxville Cairo Ills and W Va They run 260 sawmills in 13 different states and it is claimed that go percent of all kinds of handles are furnished by the above named company The top of the firms letterhead carries this state ment We handle the world And they come pretty near doing itp ij You will find this fact tully demonstrated FISHS CASH STORE Have you ever investigated the line of Shoes and Clothing offered byus If not now is the time Our line of Clothing Shoes and Hats for Men and Boys andi Shoes for Women comprise the best selection wetmade a special effort and these lines speak for themselves Our Prices Are Right THE SHIELD BRAND CLOTH1NG moneymakesEspecially this is true ofclothing The Shield Brand Clothing has every quality desired in any suit of clothing They are uptodate in style and for quality and wear they are surpassed by none The lH50LookMix some Globe Fertilizer with your corn when you plant and reap MachIneryf IIIJ1m 1pi g Huntington Henry Pennington who got into trouole at Danville last summer charged with running away with another mans wife and writing back to the husband from Ohio acknowledging the whole business and confessing that be had also robbed him of a watch and some money It has developed that the letter was a rank forgery and the forger has been discovered Pen nington has been in jail at Dan yule for nine months When his trial was called Monday no witnesses appeared against him The jury reduced the bail bond onehalf and Pennington was released Mr Pennington was here Tuesday vis iting friends in town and county His attorney C C Williams who has worked faithfully in what seemed a hopeless case is now con fidentofan acquittal when trial is reached They will prove a con spiracy forgery etc MEN WANTED Advances in price of labor at Sparks Quarry and Mullins Ky Beginning on May the first I will make a general advance of one cent per hour on all classes of labor employed except teams and stock in the Quary This will give the best class of men 16 ctss per hour and so on every body getting the general advance Men working if hours will get 176 per day if they belong to the first class I will also pay laborers their money every two weeks at a dis count of J ctan hour on their labor This will enable the labor to get their moneyat short intervals if they need it and cannot affordto wait for our regular paydays Yonr attention is called to these liberal prices and if you are ia need of steady work come to us at once Board can be had at reasonable prices close to the work Apply at either Mullins or Sparks Quarry If you are not needed at one place we can send you to the other This work will last all season Yours truly r W SPARKS Mt Vernon Aprilt24th 1907 One of onr enterprising monied men is talking seriously of putting up a factory here for manufacturing plain chairs Chairs of this de scription are bringing a big price in the market and a factory here would be a paying institution from the start as well as provide employment for many of our people The time is ripe for starting small factories in Mt Vernon There are a half dozen men in Mt Vernon who are willing to invest in such enterprises providing the right parties come to the front and take charge in a business way There are many openings here which if taken advantage of would prove of vast benefit to the community as well as the promoters A new exchange aud county tele phone directory will be issued by our local company next mouth Better get your name into it Sheriff R L McFerron and dep nties G S Griffin T J Niceley and John Robins took the follow ing prisones to Frankfort Tuesday Jim Floyd horsestealiug Jim Dy er breaking a mans arm John Johnson colored housebreaking Joe Norton murder 2 years and Bob Lee assault with intent to kill 8 months Dillard Parker a boy for housebreaking was taken along to the House of Reform at Green dale These officers took in the Mt Sterling Convention after de livering their men at Frankfort IT YO- UTOUCH tongue C- oALUMn8 Toolc in the glassyou will see the effect You cant help puckenng make YJ2uJ uckcr ID think of tasting it gfPOfldersyou1alce ighJiintoyonr systenvyoj injure 4jg Stioa id iuia lOAlt l tom cC AVOID ALVM 69plainly l 1 RDYAL ww Telephone line is being built from Level Green to Walnut Grove to connect with Dr Isaacs system in Pulaski and Lincoln The L N will sell tickets to Lexington Ky April 27th to May 4th inclusive limit May 6th at one and onethird fare for the round trip 2 76 On account of Spring Races To Nashville Tenn on June 9 to 17 18 19 land July 6 7 and 8 limit to August 7 one fare plus 25 cents 790 Account Peabody College Summer Schools Vauderbit Biblical Institute Cin cinnati on May 8th limit May 10 at one and one third fare for round trip Account of Pure Food Drug aud Confectonery Exhibition PSWDER 1rc IIS1fiii rom pure refined Grape Cream of Tart 2 G8thin Alum but you have the profit ofjju iig the profit of goodjeaitk l t t o tOOO+000060000606iOoOoooo The effect of Scoffs Emulsion on thin 0 pale children is magical 0 IItmakes them plump rosy active happy contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites 0and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone so put together that it is easily digested 0by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND 1- OOo00O000000000000000000 Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 698 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Leslie circuit court in favor of G A Maims agaiut Matilda Hall I or one of my deputies will on the 22nd day of April 1907 between the hours of 10 o clock a in and 3 oclock pm al the Court House door ill 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 cost to wit 139 acres of land purchased from Win F Y9ungand located near llrodhead in Rockcastle county Kentucky and bounded thus On the north by the lands of T S Frith and Maggie Holmes LEast by the lands of T S Frith south by the lands of H G Howard and Thos John sonand west by the lands of Robert Tayne and Kennedy as shown by deed in office of records Mt Vernon Rock castle County Ky Amouus to be made 1ebt ooo cost 785 with 6 per cent interest from July 2nd 1900 until dayof sale Levied upon as the property of Matilda 1fa- llrERMssile 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 S R C By JOHN ROBINS D S Mr S L Brown of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufierer from kidney disease so that at times I couldnot 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 eptirely Foleys Kid nev Cure works wonders when others are total failures Chas C Davis drugniit VANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary S8o per month paid weekly and cash adAan ed for expenses No capital r experience necessary Posi tion permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C Wibash Ave Chicago Ill BITTEN BY A SPIDER Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bosqueville Tex would have lost his leg which beame a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Bucklens Arnica Salve He writes The first ap plication relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals every sere 25C at all druggist GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone r creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the boundary For further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Vernon Ky or this office FOR AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN JBSTNOW READYFOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING St Louis COI REDUCED RATES VIA QU8fl Crescent J Route ON THE First and Third Tuesday of each month to nianjOi- ntsSOUTH 4winter Tourist Tickets now on ale good returning i ilL lfa31 1907 For particulars writo i aKE C P T A Lexington Ky Ji 1i Rev J J Taylor President of Georgetown College has accepted a call to the first Baptist church of Knoxville Tenn He is to en ter upon his charge July i The friends of the college regret the frequent changes m the presiding of the institution Since the removal by death of Dr R M Dud ley in 1893 the added terms of the four succeeding Presidents David son Yearger Gray and Taylor umber less years than his term Nothing sogoodasCascasweet 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 Recomended by Chas C Davis 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 Mike your old spec frames look like uew Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANK- LINfoIffSh1D1EYC Makes Kidneys and Bladder BIflh KENTUCKY FAlll DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 197 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates BRODHEAD Aug 143 days Stanford July 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 Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Vatterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are gelling together The Courier Journal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have Send your order forlhis combi nation to us not to the Courier JournalIThe regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a yearFOLlYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk haying Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles MKFU8E SUBSTITUTES CHAs Q DAVIS r= LAN STOCK AND CROPI W M Poynteraold to son one 6 year old horse lor uf S Fugua the livery man bought of W R McClnre a pair of horses and sold to McClure the delivery wagon and horses The hog market has fooled all the experts once more When prices decline about a doller per cwt there was no expectation that they would recover and predictions of 6 market hogs were general The reaction is not accounted for solely by the lack of hogs Evi dently the demand which has been stinulated bv the recent cool spell is broader than expected or usual at this season In view of recent history nobody can tell what will happen next but it is probable that there will be more dificulty in disposing of hog meat at the advance and this may soon be followed by another decline The Socity of Equity has begun the pooling of the wheat crop of the great wheat raising States of the West One dollar per bushel is the price fixed as equitable and and fair and no one can deuy that this is a reasonable price With dollar wheat six cent hogs six cent lambs six cent cattle and fifteen cent tobacco the farmer will be coming iuto something like his owuDanville Advocate THE NEW PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honev and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble bnot effected bv the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiate or other harmful drugs and we reccommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by Chas Davisc OMitSIFORNERE 0 I L GUTSSORESBURN RHEUMATISM 25t J WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION- J A Bognen of the Nationa Sign Co Daton 0 writes under nato o Oct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am getting the first real pLasure out ol breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not buy ray tube of Nosena if I could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube andbooklet by mail eo cents BIJOWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systembowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other COflStiPfttiflrjJespecially containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS 0I The Red Clover Blos som and the Roney Eea on every bottle Tndt luk Reiiste- reLLAXATIVE HONE lEriRor- E 0 Dowirr a 00 CHICAGO u a A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROK ASTLE Real Estate o MT YE11NON KY 0 PAM tto 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 entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar dsprings and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard 0 f NO o8o acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 82l4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and amost desirable farm Price 2 a bargain FARM NO iT hjj tracts of land in one body or slsting of 85 84 and Ipo ace located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on drab Orchard and Boo ick road These lands are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George GoochAbout 75 acres of this land is bottom land and a good part of it is up land but1ee1 and is good farming jani A jargainat3pea5iwre One third paah the balance in one and two years l Does Your Heart Beat IIDoesor bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years sluggishliversubstances arc then absorbed into the blood Kbcp the bowels open with Ayers Tills IAII14delJerS IIAGUE Wo havo no secrets We publish the formulas of elI our medicines Plans have been completed for the Lexington Chautauqua which will open in Woodland Park that city on June 25th and continue through July 5 What is it that tstes as sweet as maple sugar and quickly relieves conghs and cold 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 Difficult Bb Jl eaingShort breath fluttering palpitation sinking spells tire symptoms ofa weak heart struggling to do its work It must keep the blood in circulation to carry nourishment to make flesh bone and mus cle and remove the worn out particles When it cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles strengthtomuscles and increases the heart action muchitnprovetltire cured me when several doctors failed I think no other medicine could do for me what Heart Cure has done My case was bad bad as it could be at times I had difficulty In retting my breath my heart beat so fast at times that I thought it Im possible to live without relict the pain was very severe In my left side and my nerves was all unstrung I had almost given up all hope of being cured and I am sure I would not It I had not taken the Heart Cure I take great pleasure in recommending sutferSIRS MARY C HAULER Sullivan Mo byyourfallsheMiles Medical COJ Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Manufa turer ofandV DEALER in Marbles and Granite Mqnmfients ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application UEORGrE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky jrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also 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offer of marri age and was accepted The date for the wedding and the reunion of friends has been set for August 26 on the brides birthday anniversar when she Will be 100 years old Bundren has long white hair aud a flowing white beard In June he will go to Preston Lan cashire England to escoIt his intended bride to his Tennessee estate JohnB Bundren of St Louis a namesake will be best man A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Thei the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache hilliousness sallow skit coated tonge sick stomache dizziness fainting spells dark ring about the eyes wornout look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pill and Tonic Pellets strengthens the livermakes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold by all drug gtst Severe volcanic eruptions contin eue in the Southern part ot Chile The town of Valdavia is coverec with ashes and over hanging with clouds oA STOn 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