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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l irrll i sar Published Every Friday XXIueuuueaaeauunn 9eoa dnntf u triI nIROCKCASTLE COUNTS FRIDAY IJlltfltlltlltlltfltlltlltltll lltlltJIf JfJfIffJ lltltlllll4111tltttlllltlllll 1111111111111111111f11ts11i1ttt1ii111t1111111itt1itttItilt itiiu 1 U I 1- gpjWr4rwI= Imo S E lII f 6jWi e r rfltl OTTAWA Most the farmers of this tion busy planting cornMrs Jno Denney visited relatives in Lincoln county Wednesday and ThursdayJ M Craig of Quail spent Thursdav night with Proctor and family at this place Mr of Lincoln county visited relatives here Thursday Measles are still making the rounds in this vicinity The last cases reported are James W Brown and Mrs Sarah Longs children Cecil and Lela John Sowder was in Brodhead Thursday on bnsinessMiss Ella Hayes of Lincoln county visited relatives here Thursday George Ping was in Brodhead Thursday on business MfY Barnett of Har rodsburg Ky visited friends here last of last weekMr and Mrs W M Delaney of uear Krueger visited Brown and family Sat urday and Sunday Lincoln Stringer was in Mt Vernon Wednesday on businessMr and Mrs Cox and family spent Satur and Sunday with Hiram Thompson and family of this sec tion Messrs Proctor and Emmitt Logsdon of the Quail community were in this section t Saturday Pearlie Ping has visiting relatives near Poplar Grove Ran Cummins near his brotherinlaw I J Brown who has been sickwith measles Proctor visited Jesse Brown and family Sunday Char lie Brown attended Sunday School at Providence SundayJ B Sut ton and family spent Sunday Mr and Mrs Eugene Rogers and family of Small Amos Brown an family of near here visited lelatives Sunday Misses Jalia Brown visited their grand t c i fFMT KY MAY 3 1907 UUUUhUUU u u C w i i Cant Beat yWhen Good Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant be beatY = Honor Honor Is Due jGood Dressers honor us with their patronage because we give thebest values = FABRICS FOR FELLOWS e i =i v N =in FR CH FANCY FABRICS = 0Oc 3 = The i this Spring we are going to simply Take The Bridle Offof prices on- E ti j If saving from 25 per to 50 per cent on your chases any object to come and get your goods here for where else in all this country can 3 youmatcbour stock or prices = w OUC JASSHO r ifATSci 1 f ffi i1fI7 r Iil- iiililitidillffillittlttillliliiltillfltfliil6lllllliitl u i lflliltltlfltlltil111111i111i11i11111t1tillUt llillii of sec are Tart Tom Rice J J Tom day Alex been JBrownof visitedfcfv very Tart W with n- d1IIit VERNON ii Be Where j FASHIONABLE FASTIDIOUS grsatisfaction Taking BridIeOff CLOTHING cent pur is you no WHITE DOSE U lldllltlltlitllfllidilltltiUftf parents Mr and Mrs Tart Proc tor Saturday nightJ T Brown and family visited relatives and friends in this section Sunday Charlie Sowder spent Sunday with Jesse W Brown and family of this sectionS T Procter came home from Brodhsad Saturday where he had been engaged in carpenter work for the past weekMrs Tart Proctor is in very poor health at this time Miss Minnie Gentry visited friends in this section Sat urdayJ J Brown sold to Thomas Burk a jennett for 4o Miss Mary Brown was the pleasant guest of Miss Maud Cash Friday Mrs Mary Brown is repairing her dwelling by adding on anew coat of paint- NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opi ates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy tor children and adults Chas C Da vis The United States Suprem- Court has decided in effect that the Railroad Commissioners in North Carolina can compel a railroa company operating in that State t so adjust its schedule as to accommodate passengers on other lines from any particular part of the State MORE NEWS FROM THE 1EW ENG- LANDia STATES iV- I anyone has any doubt as to the virture of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin H of Willimantic almostlosinlfailure of so many remedies finally tried Foleys Kiduev Cure which he says was Just the tJingfor tomdarid free from all the suffering jinci dent to acutekidaeytrouble Chas C Davis x p CALL FOR CONVENTION OF AU FRIENDS OF TAW AND OR DER IN KENTUCKY Never have such splendid victor ies for richeousness been won in Kentucky as those pat on record in the past twelve months The al lied moral forces of the State have redeemed 96 of the 119 counties and contests are being waged in others with strong assurances of success The winning of these splendid vic tories is but the initial step in se curing what every lover of righteousness desires The law must be enforced This is the best ar guement for local option and for any other moral reform that is to be supported by legal enactment and public sentiment To Jose the reappearing of vthe fruits of these calamrtyIcommunities affected If a united effort of all interested in the en forcemeat of law is speedily and stamena permanency to our that will insure to the abiding wed fare ofthe state Kenou maintaining the ijonorofour State and giving her a reputation for the doIherAt su time- and place as shall be hereafter determined for thepurpose of devis ingways arid meats for securing State wide enforcement ofour local thegmay see Respectfully CE WooDsit Mayor of Richmond Ky Temporary Chairman The time and place is Louisville beentwhich includes speechesby Gov Folk Chief Justice ORear Dr M B Adams Mayor C E Woods and other distinguished cit izens CATARRH AND CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buicklv releived by Nosena It soothes the congested membranes thoroughlyhealsall the passages whose tendency is to thicken and become dry Cures colds thsoat trouble noarsness nosebreathingsleeping offensive breath etc It is cheniiIor having a narcotic ef drughabit The Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition a land and water dis qhbasopenedFridaymony by President Roosevelt Governors of many States wer diplomatslc The President delivered a lenghthy address and also reviewed one o themightiest fleets of warships ev er assembled WONDltRFUL Ea UE AltU1 E Onr btte boy hap a emaf r fiver rilett1w mplqyftbourElectricand soon noticed imprOTement We continued this medfclnenntil ourboybodybuildingteed at Chas C Davis drugstore 50 cents David Baird senior Member of he firm cfiPavirBiir Son i the Louisville iwhoJejwfmiUimers 5 dead I A SWELL BOOT for fashionable people i merican American Lad SHOES Manufact f ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St i4ILouis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev I ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look ing for upt date footwear dont fail to call and see our line t i We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and good in order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not but mean just whatrc we say J4 Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we willconvince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before f i 3K3 C 3CD C OF INT R STTOTHEIFAR iSomeiotie who has it figured out saystiitbattfr lien tobe p o table to a frnie rshould give him a profit oftoneldbljaf per year When it is remembered that the farm hen piqks upipraciticalljr all her living it is ntitr hard to iind thedolar profit whfQh shejmakes lor ithe farmer together with 1 rgesurpJus as ex tra gOdme ureIGorncis the most valuable crop raised infr the United States cotton comes second wheatrfourth oats fifth potatoes sixth barle tobacco su teen thi probably the most neglect ed crop arid the one that is capable of thellargest increase of value is p the hayscrop Olu badseed corn ear in a bush elwUicausealoss ot onetenth of anate otcrop amounting to six bushels if6obUshels to the acre arerraised OnIoo acres this 4odworth p 240 Three days work about this timeof her year would erevertthis loss The only way you could make money faster would betorofr llrnkor hold up a train andfotii7hseedcatit doi3t Yon think tiiitemefit iata cow inith taie taachas r ordi n iorsl souais prett big but hepu eticSi fpven tiya dairy WPode iV In one herd t tiatedrrofit Hof 48 5- 0Pt pfriiiJJeaUzed and intattrther11cd thofitwas 25 o pr ysa petcoatoriir other Word rifront the jgood herd was worth over i9 lmesms mucb asone froa tBeliriferior herd and was onlyfsbttefningte nth the trouble Test ndii reil 1 your milk and w oat theskktersof 1ii Department QfWiiJ turevisyiit t there were 5oioooocrliogs w the United Sil t lti 1of last lri bitftt RIt irxtt EstabliShed 1887 SUMIfER 32 HAttDSOME1JS OurLeadersI Gentleman isCLOSINGOUT haisr KRUEGER SlNI ele1ent1irv late the production and nearly all the breeding sows being kept in stock this springs crop of pigs promises to be unusually heavy The demand for pork is continually growing but the bnsibness is practically limited to a doz en States In fact six states Iowa Illinois Missouri Nebraska Indiana and Texas bold about halt the hogs in the whole country There is room for more expansion theIwest can never raise a Jarger number on accountof the lack of feed Ex LAND STUCK AND CROP I A Bowman bought in Jack son 50 fine hogs at 5 J4 cts LAND FOR SALF70ne farm of 124 acres on the waters pf Bee Lick Creek near Bee Lick Post office Pulaski county Ky For further information see- P L WARREN Browo Ky The American Society of Equity on April ist began a six campaign to make the price of wheat one dollar per bushel The battlefield in the States of North Dakota South Dakota Min otai Nebraska Kansas and Oklahoma In those states of the total crop of 1906 248610000 bushels were shipped out of the counties where the wheat was grown Of the wheat grown in other States 185 390000 bushels were shipped out of the counties where it was grown It is proposed to get fitty per cents of this wheat that isordinary sold pledged let the American Societv of Equity by the ist day pfiOctober This fight will be watched with ln gsh out the country a i A NARROW ESCAPE G W Cloyd a merchaut o Plunk Mot Had aj narroye 1 escape jimsonburThe doctor wanted to aputate qt but I would not consentsIzboughi a box of auc lyn Arnica Salve and that cured the dangbrous s wound 25catChC Dam drtf ttorc J Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and- S miles North of Mt Vernon at 8oo to insure a living colt If mare is tradedor parted with the season money becomes due This excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Spoonamore of Lincoln county Pence Jr bay stalion 4 years old full ByPenceby Alexanders Abdallad Pences 1St dam by Almont Forrest 2nd dam by Gar rand Chief 3rd dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam by Copperbottom Pence Jrs 1st dam by Ad Barlow 2375 by Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows ist dam by Wobuni 2nd dam by a Maui brino horse 3rd dam by Mnmbrinp Mess enger Pence Jrs and dam by Gills grazed at 200 per month not responsible for accidents or escapes should occurs R L SMITH Hiatt KY Oriuo Laxative fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its tasteJDakeslit booklet and a sample of Orino at Jlhas C Davis Of the thousands of visitors at the opening of the Jamesfowi Exv position probably half bfthem pass ed by Kentucky rustic structure Fort Boonesboroueh MY BEST FRIEND ehalivesonRural Discoveryjs Ithascure of incipient consumption for bottlefended the cou2hanr this accomplished the other symptoms wasIpetfectlywell andcoldsitFullyDitvN Il r M1VEBNON SIGNAL FRIDAY ray 519U1 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT t SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOj Advertising ates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET =For United States SenatorJ CT BeckhamForlGovernorS W Hag r For Attorney General John K Heiii ricks 1 For State Superintendent ot Schools 3IO W1l1fny For Commissioner of AbTiculttirejI W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For AuditorH MBosworth- Fpr Secretary of StateHubert Vre land For Treasurer Ruby I afoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn n Chenault we are authorized to announce O V JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpiredterm of two years cau ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W M BARN T As a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years to ba voted for at the next November elec lion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party WE appologize for all mistake made in former issues and say they were inexcusable as all an edito t Las to do is hunt news and clean the rollers and set type sweep the floor and pen short items and fold papers and write wrappers am make the paste and mail the pa pers and talk to visitors and dis tribute type and carry water and saw wood and read the proofs huu the shears to write editorials and dodge the bills and dun delin quents and take cussings from th e whole force and tell our subscribers that we must have money w e say that weve no business to make mistakes while attending to those little matters and getting our hv ing on hoppertail soup flavored with imagination aad wearing oh shoes and no collar and a patcl on our pants and obliged to turn a smilling countenance to the mat who tells our paper aint worth a dollar anyhow and that he c ud make a belief one with his eye shut POLITICS AND POLITICIAN Col William Ymingblood of Al abarua in an interview declare that Southern Republicans are far from being a unit for Taft and may not support the presidential choice at the national convention Congressman Theodore E Bur tou ofOhio in an address in Treri tOIlN T Fridav night eulogized the administration of President Roosevelt and declared himself fo- iSecretaryTafl for President 10 1908 Congressman Ollie James has given out the following interview cI have never wavered in my beliefthat William J Bryan would bethe ne ct nominee of the Demo cartic party He will be chosen by acclamation I am strongly of he opinion that he will be elected Not only has he a gi eater hold on the masses l ban ever but he will get thousand of Republican and independent votes The polities of Roosevelt which appeals so forcibly to the voters today have all along been advocated by Bryan He is the foremost statesman of the day He is honest arid nn- selfishT arid his countrymetf believe rrlYi ias him The jury which has been trying Bill Brit ton on a charge of com plicityfin the murder of James Cockrill was unable to agiee at Lexington and was finally dis acquittalcfour for conviction and was never close to an agreement all the ju rors maintaining the sstne opinion Tbra the time they first took toe ea jaltY 1 L r j s jf i- r ii N EWiS ITEMS J Simultaneous fires in the town of Le sill and Rosepine La Tuesday caused damage estimates at more than 200000 Another suit has b enfiled against the Standard Oil Company at Finblay seeking to oust the corporation from the State of Ohio Many people joined in the cele biatipn at Morgaufield Tuesday that marked the completion of theI new railroad connecting with tbeI L N- Plans are being perfected to make a memorable occasion of the visit of the Mayor and businessmen of Louisville to Corydon Ind on May 7 a A Mexican paper says the Guate malan exiles in that country are preparing totorgan ize a provisiona government in the City of Mexico believing that anothet revolution is imminent and will be successful Coincident with the report that John W Gates and his sou Chas G Gates will withdraw from active participation in the stock market comes the report that the firm was recently heavily involved and that the losses of father and son in the lost year aggregated 40000000 Four arrests heve been made at the instance of District Attorney Jerome of New York as a result of his investigation of the recent election in the big New York in trance companies Among those apprehended isGeorgeR Scrugharn manager of the International Policy Holders Committee The Court of Appeales Monday reversed the judgement of the Kenton Circuit Court in a case of A J sheehan against the Louisville end Nashville Railroad Company in which was presented the question of whether a common carrier nay carry liquors into local option erritory after the passage of the ct of 1906 prohibiting it The ourt holds that the new act is not lesigned to prohibit the carrier lelivering liquor in a local option listrict to a person not prohibited rom selling it because of his cense secured beforehand not laving expired Cream Cream of Tartar is to had i J f 7 8c f1i t 2liGold htaten outs= into a leaf 1200000 ot an inch iii thickness becomes la slucenttlridh light ray peneturating it rgives it a greenish line f g oil on a ting it on fire a Lexington woman was presented in Police Court and given the maximum fine by tie presiding judge She pleaded for clemency on the ground that the act was done in the heat of anger the future of the Burley tobacco known as the Society of Equity in Kentucky ware presented to UK Court of Appeals Monday in at action brought before the court from Woodford county Tin American Tobacco Co and individ uals engaged in raising tonaccc have asked the court to disolve an secured in the Wood ford Circuit Court individuals irom selling tlieir tobacco to the plaintiff after the have pledged it to the Burley or itionMrs Joice 180 Sullivan St Cleafmonl N H writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It cured me of a severe case of kidney troub lIe of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicire and I heartily recommend it Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor Infants and Children ffteKind You Have Always Bears fiianatnre of A AND VALL PAPER ROOM on work before placing your order r All Work Guaranteed I j K disordersIts con tinued use means permanent injury to health Following the advice of scientists England and France have passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making Vr 9American housewives f f should protect their house holds against Alums wrongs by always pure Grape Tartar Baking Powder qPure Grape Powder be for the asking Buy by 1t Forpoui japgandseLr Questions involving organization injunction retrainingihest Bought medical tLMHM W CARSON PAFNTER PAPERHANfiER ETCI AVOID 1h- cIINTERNAL WRONGS ALUM 1Alumstomach buying na- meRoal couldII 1- e J r i 1 j f c i BARGAINS i I e IW Ii JoJ 4Q m M b M o ihn See OurOf Straw Maffings Freer OiCfoth7 i i Linoleum Carpef JA 7fv The f CROSSET SHOEf and LOWCUTS FOR MEM Are now here and they are best in the County Come andsee them They Make Lifer Walk Easyt A new lot of Clothing for men and boys Prices On All Is 1 Q T JOHNSON OK STORE CourtHouse d S A R G A I N SEy38ffrd Y IA COMPLETE LINE I IiFOR aNEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERALIRemember thatHVe e st at the LOWEST PricesI A FULL LINE esae e Of Boots and Shoes and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry I Andrews w c H RICHKentucky 1 y Jf i S HereIIAA Right Opposite MKRQHANDISE Clothing Hardware Goods nd W H Baker the Lord Mer chant can furnish you everything you need in the way of Spring GOOds I Ladies Readytrimed Hats Dress goods l Calicoes Ginghams Etc SHOESUR line of Shoes is second to none in the county anti URT prices on everything is right E pay you the highest market price for your pro il WIVrWHBAKER LANGFOBD KENTUCKY J t peWiWs Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve does not merely focal onthi service it penelrates the porers and promptly relieves caused by boils burtrss sralds cuts and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Bewarep1 imitations Sold by Chas QJavistThe capital presented by Great Britains cotton trade is 2006100 ooo and the profits 350000000 per year fOIIDYCOII suef rJ if Herss to your health and =DeWitts Little Early Risersfamous little pills Nasty sick headache or bilousness may tome on any time the cure is an Early Riser Sold by Chas C Davis In the Circuit Court at Lexing tot Tuesday Judge Watts Parker granted the application fot bail of Bill Britton of Brethitt county charted with the assassination of James Cockrill fixing the ambuat kt 75op The bond has not etbeetr signed y f Y4r 4 it D D 2 00f W lo = t X t I ATTENTION I lIt b Listen to the best news of the season What is itj JWhy Summer weather of course and f Summer Goods If are now on display at at ocr Store Come in and let us show you while our line is com plete ACHIATTJHIATT KENTUCKY J rw11J YOUR BANKING INo matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it carefulattention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits6r 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash rttt t tr Willis Griffin J PRACTICAL 2UNDERTAKER 2 ANDFUNERAL 3- Mt Vernon Ky 3 M Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = tics Metalic Coffins and Cskets4nd have Embalming = done Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled E Phone No 63 = WW1U1UWUIWWWU1111111nlUlU1Ul1111Ul111Ul111Ul11U1 BRINHYOUR JOBWQBK ii TO THE j pi SIGNAL t c t ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 3 19117 Z9 Call up No 79 when youvvanttoComD1unfcatt ze a J R R TIME TABLE 82 north 124 P m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 pro 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second cIMB mail matt- erPERS011AL Dr E J Brown was here Wed nesdaysCashier W L Richards contin ues very sick R B Sams of Livingston was here vesterday Miss Bessie French visited rela tires here Monday Miss Anna Branuaman is visit ing Mrs Sue Butuer Chas Arnold Borle von Eichen is expected to arrive today The baby of Mr and Mrs Clar ence Ferguson is very sick John Lear the popular grocery drummer was here yesterday- R M Frazier of Indianapolis visited relatives here this week Born to the wife of W A Cox on Friday night a fine girl baby B F Martin of Rowland spent a few days here first of the week Morris Brown was down from East Bernstadt Thursday for the dayDr D McDonald was here Tuesday in the interest of the schoolMrs Jane Bloomer is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Ma tilda Honk Miss Bessie Sparks has been very sick this week She is better at this time Mrs Anna Miller of Washing ton came toattend ofsaMr M J Miller Mrs G S Hiatt will go to Louisville Monday to lay in her summer millinery Mrs D F Myers of Williams burg was here Sunday to attend the burial of Mr M J Miller J P Graham is on the sick list Mrs Ellen Mahoffey spent Mon day and Tuesday with friends here Mr and Mrs W T Davis and son Chas L spent Saturday until Monday with relatives at Lexing tonConductor Charlie Henderson wife and children are with home folks for a few days Charleys run is between Corbin and Ettawah Mrs Tom Brannaman and Miss Ella Adams of the Wildie section were here Wednesday visiting friends and doing some shopping G T Johnson has been making some very much needed improve ments in his store by having the rear shelved off for the handling of groceriesLuther head sawyer for Tutner Day Woolsworth Handle Co at Kuttawa Ky came home Monday night He will probably go to Bluffton Ind to take charge of a mill there Judge L W Bethurum and sheriff R L McFerron were in Frankfort yesterday to appear before the State Board of Equalization to get a release of the raise made on Rockastle by th at board Dr Weaver of Richmond preached two excellent sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mt Vernon people will be glad toI know that Dr Wearer will be here once a month hereafter John Renner a former Rock castle boy who has been making his home in Missouri for several years but recently moved to New Mexico writes that he lost his wife a few days ago He has been living in New Mexico only a few weeks Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford Congressman from the Eighth Congressional district was in town shaking hands with and mingling among his friends Mr Helm is looking in fine form and appears s every inch a Congressman Whit here he cast iop votes for each the young ladies inour Jamestown contest Richmond Register l1li JG Frith was up from Brod head yesterday R B Mullius has been aver sick man this week Mrs Barns is visiting her dangh ter Mrs D B Southard Judge R C Warren returued Saturdayfrom a visit to his son Mr A M Warren at Mobile Ala rod daughters Misses Nell and Josephine Warren at Cave Spring Ga He was gone some two weeks and he greatly enjoyed the trip Interior Journal LOCAL STRAviDOne large roan row dehorned 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 DODD Maretburg Ky FOR SAlFOne saw mill flour tarn mill in good repair Will ell saw mill separate from other mills Anyone wishing a good mill should write me at once at Quail Ky asI am going to sell this mill to close an estate RespectfullyGEO OR If Rockcastle has a citizen who is always ready to do a neighbor or friend a favor it is our geed friend James Maret and by he way we want to add that he can come pretty near doing anything that comes his way and always does it right We feel under many obligations for the valuable service rendered us last week when we felt it almost impossible to stay in bed and say nothing of getting out a paper We are glad to learn that our citizens are becoming aroused to the itnportace and aosolute necess iay of building a wall around the south side of Elm Wood Cemetery and making other necessary improvements There are but few families in Mt Vernon who do not have relatives buried there and of course those are or should be interested in the appear vance ot tIe last resting place of the dead We regret to have to say it but the Cemetery is certain ly in an eyesore to the town If any thing is done there will have to1 be arleader and Tve sincerely trust some proper person will take the matter in hand and push itto a successful completion GETS 75oo In the case of Evans Administrator against the C N 0 T P Railroadwhich was the latest case tried at the term of court which closed last week the jury returned a verdict awarding damages to the amount of 7500 which is one of the largest verdicts rendered in a damage suit in this county in many years Evans was a brakeman and was killed at Flat Rock being cut to pieces by train on which he was brakeman The firm of Sharp Bethurum Cooper and Judge Catron were attorneys for the plaintiff and O H Waddle Son for the railroad company The case was a hard fought one from start to fiinishSomerset Times MILIRR Died at his home in our town last Saturday Mr M J Miller aged seventynine years He was a man of excellent busi ness qualities and continued to be active in his accustomed pursuits till long past the age at which men ordinarially drop out of the ranks of the workers He was a practi cal matter of fact man but had his Own waY of extracting merri menttrom lifeas it went along and he was not disposed to worry about matters that could be bettered in other ways This cheerful spirit remained with him to the last and he retained his clearness ot intellect up to his closing days Ht wasthe last survivor of the Mexi can War veterans living in the county In the accumulation o wealth he had beery succesful ing r by far the wealthiest man in the county M ore than fifty years ago Mr Miller was married to Miss Mar 3 M Smith who survives him and to this union were born thirice childreX but only five are living MJCUiUer of Austin Texas P S Mi11erjof Santa Rosa Cal Hugh M J Jr andMrs J W Rider who live in Mt Vernon Services were conducted from the Christian church the church of which he had long since been s member bythe pastor Rev Me remainefwere laid to rest in Elm Wood Ce- every m YjRc it 41L t J r Si 5 I E jI 4rf Ef = II J DOIIARS f JtVe Wonderful Purchasing Power J t on l fj 1 is i j Mrs Sarah Duncan aged about 55 years died in Louisville last Friday morning If Mrs Duncan had a living relative she knew nothing of it For soms time be fore going to Louisville she bad made her home with Mr and Mrs Willis Griffin Atty John W Brown whom she had requested to look after her bussines interests went to Louisville Friday and brought the remains back to this county for interment in the Provi dence burying ground It is never oar desire to see a hardship worked on any one or anyone placed to an unneccessary inconvenience but often times it comes that for the best interests of a community or locality that certain changes be made which in all probability works a hardship on one or more individuals Such a case is to be found in two instances- to those living on West Main Street One is the slaughter pen of S B Ramsey located just be vbnd the town limit What we say of Mr Ramsey is in a kindly spirit for we know tnat his intentions in the matter are right but to have the filth from this pen washed righl down the street passing by two dozen or more houses is question very unhealthy and is something not allowed in any other town in the State The other cause ot complaint is the sawdust from the handle factory which was dumped into a sink or rather a pond and remaining wet all witer has now begun to decay Fog ises from it in the morning and he odor of decay can be detected for quite a distance We mention these facts and especially dow all attention of the board of health to it It seems that the deiandrthat something be done and be- foretbe hot summer months come Mrs Rebecca Newcombi passed away Monday April twenty ninth at the age of eightyone She wa born in Laurel county Kentucky December twentyseventh 1826 ancTwas of pure Scotch parentage ier both sides hav ng come from Scotland and enter ed the Revolutionary War in which they fought until toe close rYou will find this fact fully demonstrated FISHS CASH STORE Have YOU ever investigated the line of Shoes and Clothing offered byus 2 If not andShoesever a made a special effort andthese lines speak for themselves Our Prices Are Right THE SHIELD BRAND GExperience r for the money makes the most lasting impression on customers and insures their continued patronage Especially this is true of clothing lheyarenone 1650Look IdoubleWagons hand See themIs Jc II lm Io beyond gral1dfatheron one becoming an officer Before her marriage she was Rebecca Forbes When very young married Stephen Langford NewI comb a man remembered loved by many Mt Vernon peopleI They followed their soninlaw to their home in ka Kansas some twentyyears ago and remained there until Firs New comb passed away in eighteen eightyeight Her soninlaw Robert A Fried rich went to California some years ago to practice law and before joining him there grandma New comb accompanied her daughter and grand daughter to Germany and lived in Berlin for three years Though at that time an old lady she could soon read the German newspapers and converse in Ger man without the aid of teachers Her interest and enjoyment of t he music and art galleries was like that of a girl and she was grand ma to most of the American stu dents who still remeinemder her- R lovingly Since her return to America she lived in Alameda California Grandma as she was known to all was a womanDf remarkable personality and was of the gran old pioneer stock that made Amer ca great She often related person a1 anecdotes of George Washing ton as told her by her grandfather She was noted for her staunchness and devotion to her country he church her family and her friends and was longga member and faith ful worker in the Christiam Church Until a few days of her death sh read the daily papers and took a keen intetest in all matters of po litical and national interest An injury received on the train on the way to the Home Coming was the primary cause of her death and an attack of the grip the end Her suffering was born with wonderful patience and Christian fortitude she having nev complaintsShe is survived and inouned b her daughter Mrs Bettie kef granddan enter Mrs von Ei ChasArnoldhis way to Mt Veinon Grindma bilepiasedireetl to retlqw of evcrUstinJpftce sand joy and we mourn not as those without hope Short services were conducted at the Chsistiau church by Mr Cox Tuesday afternoon after which the remains were laid to rest in Elm Wood Cemetery at this place LIVINGSTON Miss Sallie Cook has returned to her home at Jellico after a very pleasant visit with Miss Lida Kook of this place and Mrs G M Bal lard of Mt VernonThe little children of Mr and Mrs LMWesterfield have the measles but are convalescent at this timeMr and Mrs Logan Salyers and little daughter Hazel of Corbin have been spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Mart HicksMrs Mary Payne of Pittsburg is spending a few days with her mother Mrs Mahala Carson who is quite sick Mrs Alfred Owens spent Satur day until Monday with her daugh ter Mrs Will Sams at Gauley MissSarah Alcorh has a very se vere attack of measlesWill- Graves has recouered after a Severe case ot fever Rev Campbell of Clay City will fill his regular ChristiandMr and Mrs Will Fisher of Louis ville are the guests of Mesdames btlDicking and courting expedition Mrs parrent Mr and Mrs J B Hayes forafew weeks Ckas Rice and Junceon e same business Miss Eva Baugh of Mershons Xroods is visiting Mrs Henry Browning Mrs W W Wright has been quite sick but is convalescent andd rOW ba e the measles Mesdames W W Wright and Will FISbe twlIlViit Mrs Dave Downs at Corbin Sunday Mrs Smith is sick at twitYlead the prayer meeting at the Christian churchnext Wednesday theyebie first bi thewekmi a big fishing trip RoberrPayne while trying tobotrd a freight twin mt HOe Patch was caught by a wheel and in some way his foot was complete ly torn oftA Mr Drew was kill ed in Indiana He was completely torn to pieces His remains were brought here Wednesday to his widowed mother without a mo ments warning He was her only sonHenry Browning is convaI lescent at this writing lie McFerron was spending a few days with her sisters Mrs W J Childress and Miss Geotgia Mc Ferroti the first ot the week Mrs Lathan has been quite sick for some timtMrsMary Cum miusis spending a few days with her sisters at Mt Vernon BKODHEADi Woodyard J Owens has return ed home from Louisville where he has been for the past two months R G Wilmott has returned to Pine Knot after being at home for a few daysMiss Beulab Wallen of Cedar Creek and Miss Bobbie Davis of Mt Vernon are visiting Mrs Jennie Wallen on Maple ave Thos W Evans of Lebanon Jct is at home for a few laysMrs G W Brooks of Knoxville Tenn is the guest of her mother Mrs M E Wilmott on Vest Main St spentsSunday with his wife here Clarence Shaffer andwife of Louisvilleare visiting Mrs Shaffers arents Mr and Mrs Jno Fuget Emery Albrigbtreceived a very painful injury last Thursday by sticking a rusty nail in his foot S Barbee McAfee of Pine Knot was here Tuesday and Wednesday to see Cashier Hutcheson Mrs Larkin Hicks ism Louisville visit ing her son Robert Rev Masters preached several very interesting discourses at the Christian Church later part of last weekJno Robins was in Stan ford last MondayDr E J Brown of Stanford was here Wednesday to see J L Robins who is very ill of a complication of diseases C L Renaker of Glenco spent a few days in our cityThe Skating Club Is entertaining large crouds nightly at the Club RoomA C McClary has returned from Sum meisville where iiiis bs tfactin Cashier of the Farmers Bank during Cashier Smiths absence E R Gentry and sister of Spiro attended the skatingrink last Tuesday nightMrs W E Sprawl and children are visiting Mrs Sprawls parents Mr and Mrs F Francisco Mrs L B Hilton of Pine Hill is spending a few days with her mother Mrs J R Cass WANTED Men and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary X80 per month paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital r experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C Wabash Ave Chicago Ill In spite of the majority of 422 against prohibition in Owensboro there is a question as to whether the city went wet or dry in Saturdays local option election It was generally understoodand specially stated by some of their numbers that the prohibiiitn people will make an attempt to have the Courts hold that the licening of saloons in Oweusboro is prohibited by the result of the election in the county as a whole The county as a whole went dry by over 1500 rotes The contention will be based primarily on a single sentence of the county unit law or rather on the ambiguous nature of this amenda- tory act of the Legislature of I9ati When an election is geld in am entire county and a Majority of tile legal votes cast at said election are against the sale of intoxicating liquors then it shall not be lawful liquorsinThe t per ncepeople of Owes boro held a meeting Sunday after noon One merchant said This morning there was crape on my door Thirty years ago today there was crapeon my fathers door He died a drunkard and that is why I am for prohibition On Monday Webster county voted 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the larges ollection of coins is in the publi cabinet of antiquities at Vienui containes about 125000 pieces The United States cereal crop of 1906 aggreated 5000000 bushes valued at 2000000000- A fund ot 30000 has beer completed for the election ofa memorial to the late Prof Shaler of Harvard University The Paris Municipal Council has made an approbation of 8ot for a monument to the late Pierre Curie the discoverer of radium It is proposed to erect the memorium in the School of Physics and In dustrial Chemistry The interests in the Aquarum in New York is attest d by the attendance which was averaged 4685 per day for the pastten years The average for last year aloni was much greater than this fin e the number being 5 771 per day When sour food has not been properly digested the entire systen in the same proportion Your stouiache needs help Kado For ndigestion and Dyspepsia ho only digesle when you eat it tnt the stomaihe and adds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol conforms to thi DrugLawlSold CASTlO b z Bears Bignature of llaeAiays BQuit aK i WE GUAR NTTEU SATISFACTION- J A Bognen of the Nations Sign Co Daton 0 writes under nato or Oct 12 1906 Nosea i the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real phasure out of breathing that I have experieuced since I contratctcd catarrh six years ago Money would notbu my tube of Noseua if I could not get another Buy Nosena from moneybackandbooklet by mail eo cents BIOWN MANUFACTURING Co- St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn THE RALLAXATIVE COUCH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In systembowels A certain relief for croup an whoopingcough Nearly all other dfl constipating cough cures are especially thosedcontamine Opiates Kennedys Laxative HoneyTarmoyesthe 7KENEJYS The Rod Clover BIos som and the Honey Bee on every botUs Wit PcgIst- cet1XATIVE EYWTMPzrsp- xxoE a DeWITT A CO CHICAGO 0 A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS RQK ASTLE Real Estate Q- 3IT VERNON ICY 0 FAM No 1This farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be soldnt- a bargain the owner beinpr unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stOck water Also good OlchardIV T NO5So 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 82t4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2 bargain FARM NO IT hai tracts of land in ont body consisting of 85 84 and 155 ij c located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Grab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of this land iabot pm land and a good part of it is up land but levelj and is good farming land A bargain at 3 por acre One third cash the balance in one and two years i Does Your Heart BeatJ LM Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood y or 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 I Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years Otto frequent ctiise of bail blood a sluggish t liver i ru luces constipation Poisonous substances are al sotfce into the blood tL Keep the bowels open with Ayera Pills 1A Usda by jc Ayor Co Lowell Mass IAlso manufacturers of lJers VIGORI i Wo have no secrets We publish the formulas of ell our medicines CASCASWEET fot babies is the best remedy fir colic summer com piaint diarrhoea and sour stomache It is especiall good In cases ot teathing wheu irritation affects the stomache and intestines CAS C SWEETa is pleasant safe rented containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingredients are print it plainly on the wrapper En orsed by mothers because it 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