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Published Every Friday XXJ MT KM MAY 10 1907 33 1l114 I1i 31 I ev r m J illUt QUAIL Mrs G W Parsons is on the sick list Jacob Elder and W M Owens Care teaching a singing school at Wati son and wife of Nina Garrard County visited his mother Mrs Martin Owens the past week Mrs Martin Owens is in very poor health Mrs Robert Taylor who has been very sick betterMrs Wm Owens is much Melvin Owens and Emmett Taylor left Sunday night for Farriston E A Herrin has his new dwell ing most EProc tor doing a good bus mess with his the black smith is kept busy Farmers are getting along slow planting corn L Davis preaches at Provi dence Saturday and Sun dayEld Martin Owens is in poor health All of the older people will soon be gone from this part ofthe country so the younger class should try and do well tbeyjhave done We all have to die sooner or later and meet each other at the judgment and give account ofthe deeds done in the body The labor situation in San Fran cisco is serious Street cars are not running the telephone service is crippled the ironworkers strike is still on and nearly all the big laundries are idle MORE NEWS FROM THE NEW ENG LAND STATES anyone has any doubt as to the virture of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Al vin EC of Willimantic Conn who after almost losing hope of recovery on account of the failure many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cure which he says was just the thing for him four bottles cured him com pletely He is now entirely well and free from all the incident to acute kidney trouble Chas C Davis 1nuni VUUU ina1VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY NUMBER RilIIt11111llft41f tft11t11i11i41ttifl111t114f4l1l1llfltl1R1t11I1i41l11l4l1St t1jt1tttt1tt1ttttftt1t1tt1ttt1t1t111 EU g- FTHE REAL THING Ii storeJohnStringer Cant Be Beatt Vheii Good Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant be beat i Honor Where HonorJs Due 1 Good honor us with their patronage because we give tie best = values I rS t FASHIONABLE FABRICS FORY FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS jOur Spring and Summer Line is now ready Buy of us and get E2 in FANCY FABRICS cx Taking The 1 Bridle ji This Spring we are going to simply Take The Bridle Off of prices on 3- VJ CLOTHING If saving front 25 Per cent to 50 per cent on ypur is any object g to you come and get youj goods here for no where else in all this countrycan zs you match our stock or prices M W U DOUCUAS SHOES i WHITBr BOSS HATS F U ik J Ic v auiuiuiuiuu 1111111il1111 11111111111111111111111tt111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111IS MaywoodWm is improved completedD is J as as I Stimpson of so as suffering Dressers satisfaction FRESH Off I purchases ADJOINING COUNTIES Judge Faulkner handed down a superinItendentParker salaries of teachers in the graded schools because part of the teach ets had no certificates and because the graded schools were run in con nection with Union College a denominational school South Corbin was the scene of a bloody encounter says a dispatch dated the 4th bet een Deputy Sheriff Herbert white and William Barnett the result of which left the beIlowhands shot a n lung entering from the Npwer point of his right shoulder bla e leaving him in a dying condition During the sitting of the Clinton Circuit Court a horrible murder was committed in the county The body of Tulia Brown was found with evidence of violence Indict ments were found by the grand jury then in session against Porter and Henry Poison brothers for murder in the first degree Por- te Poison was r her soninlaw and the motive is believed tobeegetting hold of a little money the woman had saved by hard labor Somerset Journal r oflthebe remembered that when the bank went into the hands of a tel ceiver some years ago an assess ment of 38 peJ cent was made on the stockholders In the windup there promises to be left after paying the depositors interest dur the time their money was tied up something between to oQand 15000 which will be divided be tween those who paid the assess ment It wont amount to over 5r6htbsbar tbtit that is far better than nothingInterior Journal CATARRH AND CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buickly releived by Nosena It soothes the congested membranes allays inflamationr and thoroughly heals and cleanses It keeps moist all the passages whose tendency isI to thicken and become colds thsoat trouble noarsnessI hay fever stopped up nose breathing through mouth while sleeping offensive breath etc It isi antiseptic and contains no chemi cals or drugs having a narcotic effect or that can cause the drug habit Sold by all druggits Application has been made upon ofIand the late Col Charles STodd each a former Minister of the Unit ed States in Russia It is desired by the Government to place these portraits in the Gallery of the Em bassy at St Petersburg from which they are the only former Envoys that are missing The CourierJournalwill be obliged if fromeither the Todd family or the Clay family some suggestion be sent it where these pictures maybe obtained IWOND1 his1lnngsployed other doctors but no benefit resulted By chance we red about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improvement We continued this medicine nntil several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood raedicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at Chas C Davis drug store 50 cents C OR A tBean tie tfio4l HJlaw1lW ySI iji LAND STOCK AND CROP At Houstonville D C Allen Co sbipped a car load of heavy cattle to Cincinnati for which they paid 4C and one car of medium hogs at 6 cents They sold Charles Lutes eight 700 ponnd heifers at 4c and J A Walden id 600 pound heifers at 3c Cowan McCor mack have contracted with a Phila delphia manufacturer for 300000 pounds of wool and will have a car of sacks at Moreland within a week and will deliver same to the home themKenIat Lexington Thursday selected the second week in August as the date for the holding of the fair at Lexington thin summer Plans were set on foot for the formation of a Blue Grass Fair Circuit and a call issued for a meeting at Dan ville next Monday of the secretaries of the various fairs for the purpose of fixing dates tor the fairs this coming seasonAt Liberty F B Combest sold Lee Wesley 100 barrels of corn fox 300 Com best Carson sold their saw mill to 1 Ed 1 Price for 800 The Casey County German Horse Company closed a trade with Cash and Pohoney of Lebanon Tuesday for Matzo 1903the perman hereIwas 2600 He will make the season at Liberty Kentucky Advocate 1eQ jplir food has notbeenp- roperly digested the entire system is impaired in the same proportion Your stomacheheedshelp Kadol For Indigestion land Dyspepsia not only digeste when You eat it tones the stomache and adds strength to the whole body Mattes rich pure blood Kodol conforms to the Njitpn l Pure Food and DrugLaw Sold by Chas C Davis A rSWELL BOOT for fashionable people fkEstablished1887 HANDSOME SHOE leathers All styles This is one tA t LOur Leaders We have just received a large shipment of the American Gentleman and the American Lad11 SHOES Manufact Aured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes withev x ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICANwing for upt date footwear dont fail to calltiand see our liner CLOSING OUT We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other Brands of Shoes new and goodin order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not J talking through our hats but mean just whatrwe say i Whether you want to buy Shoes or notvisit our store get our prices and we willconvince you that wejare selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever ablto buy them before t t FKRUEGER SON iJ PROGRAMIOF THE Rockcastle County SundaySchool Convention TO BE HELD IN Presbyterian Church Livingston Ky June II 1907 o 1000 Song Service 1015 Devotional conducted by Charles G Given 1030 Reading Minutes of last Convention 1045 Song s 1050 Roll call of Schools and reports by delegates NOON INTERMISSION 200 Song and Prayer Service couducted by Mrs John R Carter 210 tVinnin Menby W J Vaughn 230 General Discussion 240 Reports of Secretary and Treasurer 250 The SundaySchool as a Force to be Used by the Pastor by Rev W R Briscoe 310 Song 315 Theme Departments of the Modern SundaySchool by Charles G Given 330 Election of officers and selection of place of next Convention 345 The Teacher as a Factor in SundaySchool Work by Dr M L Myers 350 The Superintendent Superintending by E A Albright 355 How to Secure Regular Attendance by J A Oliver 400 Duties of the Teacher to the Olass During the Week v by G D Cook 405 The Purpose and Mission of the SundaySchool by Rev Wm Williams 420 General Discusskm EVENING 730 Song service 800 Addresi i8F by Rev E E Weaver D D Address i by W J Vaughn Offering JACOB SAMBROOK County Pres- Livingston Ky MRS H McFERRON Secy Pine Hill Ky A NARROW ESCAPE G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape 4 years ago when he ran a jimson bur into his thumb He says The dnctpr wanted to amputate it but I would not consent bought a box of Buctlins Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wou 4h2SC at Chas C Davis Drugstore KHITSEIWtYCURE us + OJJe f d A all r 1 11bestIt is especiall good in cases of teathing when irritation affects the stQma heandin t UI1esCs CASWEHTais pleasant safe rented containing neither opiates nor nar cotics all the ingredients are print ed plainly on the wrapper Endorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by Chas 0- Xlvis Pence r4LPence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and 5 miles North of Mt Vernon at 800 to insure a living colt If mare is traded or parted with thesfanon money becomes dueThis excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Spoonamore of Lincoln Jr bay stalion 4 years old full 16 hands high good size and action By Pence he by Rienzi he by Belmont he by Alexanders Atxlallad Pences 1st dam by Almont Forrest 2nd dam by Gar rard Chief 3rd dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam by Copperbottom Pence Jrs ist dam by Ad Barlow 2375 by Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows ist dam by Woburn 2nd dam by a Mam brino horse 3rd dam by Mambrino Mess enger Pence Jrs 2nd dam by Gills grazed at 200 per month not responsible for accidents or escapes ihould any occur R L SMITH Hiatt Ky Orino Laxative fruit is best for women andchildren Its mid action and pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent purgatives suck as pills tabletn etc Get the booklet and a sample of Orino at Chas C Davis A heavy storm wiped out several TexasMondayAt andm n others injured and the property loss is hezvy MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Router Edward NY saysnJr kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured IthasforIended the terrible ou 1tiQ4thjs symptomsleft KingsDiacover TNe fcft a4colds is simply marveleus k IegnakdtFullyDavis t 8t to y r f r Mt VERNON SIGN L FRIDAY May 10 1907 7 Published every Friday T EDGAR S yII SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION J DEMOCRATIC TICKET T For United States SenatorJ C W BeckhamJFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K Heiul ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools Si O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ- V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby Lafuon For Clerk Court of Appeals John B isChenault We arc authorized to announce JARRElTV to fill out the unexpired term of two years caus ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election Io07 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W M BARNETT As a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years to be voted for at the next November elec tion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party THE Court of Appeals on last Friday in an opinion written b is Chief Justice ORear and Judge Hobson concurred in by the other Justices sustained in their every ti contention the advocates of prohi bition and local option by declaring the Cammack County Unit Bill to be a constitutional and valid act One of the counties effected by this decision is Lincoln and the decision came as quite a blow to tlie whisky menof that county who fully expected that the Lin coIn Circuit Court which held that the election on the whisky question held in September of last year when the county gave majority oi 1200 for prohibition was valid bfe reversed by the higher MIDNIGHT riders in disguise burning tobacco barns and destroy ing other property shooting poor helpless defenceless women at the midnight hou ccause they had probably talkedSi little too much about the dastardl eeds of these cowardly wretche is the record made in Calloway countyNnst week pingthas been going on in Western Ken tacky but only last week did they commence the shooting of the wo men What an awful thing this would all be if it were only done up in the Mountains THE retirement of Hon John W Yerkes from the head of the Internal Revenue Department has caused as much regret among his associates and those under him as any official who has resignedand the handsome unset diamondand gold watch presented him b his office force and associates is evidence of the esteem in which he Ifwas held by them T POLITICS AND POLITICIANS kA Washington dispatch says The office and field employees of the Internal Revenue Bureau Tues day presented Hon John W Yer kesthe retiring Commissioner with goldwatchU l 4 prefoffice of the Commissioner Mr Yerkes being escorted there by a committeeWashington believes that Gov Huges of New York has been greatly strengthened by the fight how being made on him in New York and that if he can defeat the organization in that State lie will t carry the delegation to the next national convention At any rate hLi veirthQughi he loses it is believed e that ie will be an important factor 1 x zJri the next Republican eonventiorif- fcJ A special to the Courier Journal from Cleveland ObiosaysJay Miller of Bellefontaine Republican congressional candidate in the Eighth district said tonight that President Roosevelt told him at the White House last Monday that Secretary of War Taft should be nominated for President- I assured the President said Mr Miller that Tafts strength in Ohio was growing and explained to him that the primary bill would soon become a law thus enabling the proposed test of strength be tween the Taft and Foraker forces To all of this the President most plesantly replied that secretary Taft should be nominated and added that he was the bestequip ped man for the office The President said this was the fact because of Tatts knowledge of the present conditions of national affairs He said further that the Secretary was a man to whom has been intrusted some of the most delicate affairs of the present Administration While at the Jamestown Exposition I was much impressed by interviews I had with many of the most prominent politicians of the Southern States With one accord they said President Roosevelt is a Democratic Republican and good enough for us and if he is not nominated we would like to see II Big Bill Taft chosen LEVEL GREEN Corn planting and gardening is the order of the day farmers be lieve spring will open after awhile if it is quite lateMiss Maggie Hamlin of Mt Vernon is visiting friends here after an absence ofa few months We gladly welcome herT J Brown of Somerset has gone to McAlester I Ton a visit to his sisters Mesdames O A French and D R Gentry and his brother S T Brown His mother who has been there since Dec will return home with him B F Sutton has moved his here from ElrodC D Sutton and U G Baker were the guest o f Mr Sutton and family on last Sun Sunday school is progress nicely at Mt Pleasant under the super intendence J J DebordQuite- a congregation heard the sermon of Bro Jas Cummins on last Sun Bro Coker will preach the dedi cation sermon at Poplar Grove next SundayIt is announced that there will be Decoration Ser vices at Mt Pleasant Cemetery on the morning of the 30th conducted by Rev Cummins his textThe Intermediate State is very appro priate for the occasion also services in the afternoon at Friendship con ducted by Rev Farley You that have friends resting here dont forget to come Every one is cordi ally invited to help us make it an enjoyable dayR B Sams o f Livingston was visiting at J P Mullins last week Mrs Katie Catron is on an extended visit to her daughter Mrs D S Woodward ofLondon Otto Brown of Pittsburg is with home folksMrs Jane Mullins who had gone to Louisville with a friend from Mt Vernon died in that city and was brought back here interred in Friendship Cem etery on the 27th of last month She was formely of McKennie in Lincoln Co and while she had no relatives here she had become attached to the newley acquired friends and had requested to be brought back here for burial Aunt Jane as she was called has paid the debt that we shall all pay sooner or later and is now in the handsof a loving Redeemer Walter Debordof Somerset was calling on his bet girl on Saturday lastMiss Viola Debord has re turned home after a few days visit at ndonMr Hammock is reported to be growing gradually worseMisses Rebecca Pitman and Frances Todd remain abont the sameMrs Dahalia Shell is convalescent Mrs Henry Carlton and daughter Nannie and little son Everett Brown of Bloss were the pleasant guest of Miss May Brown from Saturday until SundayMrs Jas Baker and laughter of Pongo were the guest of Mrs Bakers mother Mrs Elvira Thomas last week =SHOD HEAD JW Casper was over from Mt Vernon Sunday calling on onebfi our best looking irlsACY Clary left last Monday night for Troy Ky where he assumes the cashiership of the Bank of Troy Knowing Cecil as I do I feel like thatsomedayhe will be pnex iQUr grandold Commonwealths est financeers Miss Jewel Francisco will leave Tnesday for Paris jj Where she will remain the nestof tier sister Mrs WE Sprouls for two months B R Wilmott was here three days of Ithisf week mingling with old friends Misses Reca Baker and Anna Tate and McKenzie Brown were down from Mt Ver non Tuesday night tQtcoot Mrs Sylvan Bordes of Monticello is visiting Mrs Bordes parents on Copper creek The wedding spoke ofsome time ago has come and gone Last Wednesday night Mr Bert Owens and Mrs Mary E Rob erts took the train for Mt Vernon where they were quietly married and returned on No 24 Best wishes for you and yours Mr O- wensW A Fisher Chas McKenzie and Sherlev Tate were down from Mt Vernon Monda- ynightEd Featherb R R Super visor ot Lebanon was here to see Sectiou Foreman Hurt Thursday Mrs John Robins is numbered with our sick this week Miss Eliza Pike is getting along fine with her music class she hav lag about twenty students The younger set was entertained by Miss Ermie Tharp last Tuesday night at a candypulling Mr and Mrs A V Smith royally en tertained few of their friends last Saturday night in honor of A C McClaryThe Fair Bar the dates in mind August 14 15 16th Miss Mattie Ownens is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Sutton in Louisville J Thos Cherry and wife and C H Frith are in Louis ville this week attending the races W A Tyree our boss carpenter is at home from Dunmar for a few daysJohn Perkins has returned to Junction city after spending a few days with his grandfather R S Martin G S Durham was in Danville for a few days this week Misses Walleu and Davis have returned to their homes afterspend ing two pleasant weeks here the guests of Mrs J E Wallen Miss Annie Cass is visiting her sister Mrs L B Hilton at Pine TampaFlahis brother W K ShugrrsH- H Hutcheson isJ in Somerset this week on business =J L Robins has moved to one of John Cherrys houseson Silver StreetWe are glad to say that Dr Percy Benton is rapidly recovering at Crab Orchard Springs Woodyard Owens leaves to morrow for Keavy and will remain the guest of Miss Liz zie Storms for a few dasSkting Monday Vednesdavanel Fri day from 4 P1L till 12 midnight Everybody invited Bring your skates and comeJ W Hutche son has returned home from Cincinnati ORLANDO The farmers of this section are getting behind with their work on account of the recent tainsMrs Fidell Robinson is numbered among the sick this weekMrs Lizzie Ball who has been very sick is some what improvedMr and Mrs Marion Chasteen of Wildie were visiting homefolks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elmer Williams is visiting relatives at Roiindstone and Conway this week Mr Stephen Mullins son of Mrs Mary Mullins was killed last week near Pineyille by a train His re mains were shipped here Sunday for burial There will be preaching Sunday at Maple Grove by the Rev HokerDr D B South ard was called Sunday to see Mrs Stephen Anglin of Crooked Creek in consultation with Dr Laswell They report her as being in a verv serious condition Mrs Flurry Laswell is visiting her daughter Mrs B G Mullins of Pine Hill this weekMrs Lewis Owens of Dry Fork is very sick with dropsv and not expected to liveMrs W D Laswell and children were visiting Mrs Celia Chestnut Sun day George and Abe Evans who are at work at Copper Redge Tenn spent Friday and Satusday with homefolks Cassie and Lenna the sweet little daughters of Dr Henry Hundley who one year ago died in Aztec N M were visiting relatives in Brush Creek last week Mr and Mrs T A Woodwere visiting at Conway SundayRev- R E Bell preached at Maple Grove church last Sunday The infant of E J Anderson who has been sick for some weeks is not much betterMr George Proctor who has apidlvItolyisitBalesMrs Nora Abneyis on the sick list- LAND FOR SAIJE One farm of 124 acres jon the waters of Bee Lick Creek near Bee Lick Post office Pulaski count Ky For further information see F L WARREN Brpmo Ky OASTDRIAFor Infants and Children Tki KM YM Havi Always Palki Bears the rtver if 7 1r b LJ 1 b r t r BARGAINS 4m M M A School BooksPr- ices for one Week at Cost ONiil r T2 Everything in My Store Beginning MONDAY MAY 13 Come and get your part of the BARGAINS Cash or Produce Considered G T JOHNSON o K STORE Opposite CourtHouse i BARGAINS j 3K 3M9fc3 cYo I A COMPLETE LINE a NW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Remember that We have the i St at the LOWEST PricesOJ A FULL LINE ae ie e OfClothing Boots and Sht Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICHKentucky Andrews e x P iI Bargains Bargains I have ust received anew line of Dry Goods Clothing i At lower prices tjian you can find any where in the county Rte Calico 5 rents per yard Best Flour hoc per sack IMeat And everything ese asche accordingly Produce M sameascasn one andsee me lcnsave you money on every purchaseRespectfully yours WftBAKERLAN- GFORD KENTUCKY DeWUtsCarboiized Witch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the service it penetrates the porers and promptly relieves caused by boils burns scalds cuts and kin diseases It is especially good rer- pi1es Beware of imitations Sold by Chas C Davis WANUD Men and women in ach county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary 8p per monthj aid weekly and cash advttaaed forexpenses No capital if 10 cents per pound 5 cts per pound i r experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C Wabaih Aye Chiciigo 111 Herss to your health and DeWitts Little Early Risersfamous little pills Nasty sick headache or ilbusness may come on any time the cure isan Early Riser Sold by ChasC Davis st yItM1 i m cC D Z WI If ATTEN7iTI Illl L litWhySummer Goods are now on display at at ocr Store Come in and let us show you while our line is complete A G HIATT HI ATT KENTUCKY = 1- YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of- MTVERNON LINCORPORATEDwill give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CC WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash tttttttttttttWillis Griffin PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR y pMt Vernon Ky r2 E cock Cptxiplete Can furnish on short now tice Metalic CoiBha and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached = ORDERSby wire Promptly Filled = Phone No 63 = i11111tll111111l1l111111111111111111111111J111111111111l111 11111111111111 BRING YOUR JOB WORK i TO THE tir SIGNAL 1 if 6T MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May iot 190 79 Call up No 79 Whenyou wapt to cate with SIGNAL 79 4 jR R TIME TABLE J2 north 124 pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p to 21 South j22oTa m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Dr M L Myers was in Cincinnati yesterday Mrs Susan Henderson has re tuined to Parksville Mrs J W Hutcheson was the guest of Mrs M B Salin Mrs G S Hiatt was in Louis vine the first of the week Morris Brown has been at home for a few days on the sick list Miss Beulah Wallen was visiting relatives and friends herethis week Mrs George Cook is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs J B LairMrs J T Proctor and son Geo have been very sick for several daysMrs F L Thompson is spend ing the week with Mr Thompson on the road F L Thompson Jr spent part of the week with his sister Mrs Hughes at Stanford Conn Brown held down the keys at theL N office du ring Agent Landrums absence- C K York and Magi strate Geo Robinson of the Livingston section were here Tuesday Agent and Mrs J A Landrum spent Saturday until Tuesday with relatives in Pittsburg Atty C G Williams left Tues dav foi West Virginia to look after some legal matters Mrs Rome Adams came Tuesday to be with her brother R B Mul lins who is very sick of fever Miss Beulah Smith of Highland Normal College Williamsburg was at home for a few days last week McKenzie Brown was here Tues day from Williamsburg and told us that JudgeJ B Fish was no better Little Miss Annie May Miller is suffering from a severe burn on the arm and face caused by boil ing water Cashier W L Richards R B Mullins and J P Graham are each reported better They have been very sick men I A Bowman left Wednesday morning for Jackson county with a big drove of cattle which he will feed on the range Miss Rissie Williams after a visit of two weeks with home folks has returned to the College of Music at Cincinnati Miss Elizabeth Smith has re turned to school at Loretta after spending a few days with her father Capt M F Smith Mrs G M Ballard went to Cov ington Monday night to represent the Mt Vernon Hive at the State Convention of the L O T M The baby of Jailer and Mrs O V Jarrett has been very sick since Monday The trouble is in its throat and it is thought to be the result of getting choked while eat ing nuts Drs C Davis and Rev B S Duvalt and some two or three other have been summoned as wit ness jn the Tody Bloomer case which comes for trial in the Federal Court at London next week The charge is trying to get a pension through improper means On accpunt ot sickness we overlooked two weeks ago a personal of a Rockeastle boy who is making good in another county The young man referred to is Oscar Hayes son of Wm Hayes of Wil die who went into the Mercantile business at Berea three years ago and by his strict application to business square dealings and polite treatment has built up a splendid trade one hardly second to any other firm in the town Oscar is the very picture of health apd we are certainly glad to know bjf his splendid success 1 Mr and Mrs C B Henderson are in Louisville Atty John W Brown saw the Derby run Tuesday Charles Arnold Borle von Eichen arrived from California Saturday morning He will remain in Mt Vernon for sometime Neal Parrot R K Powell D N Williams and Meshack Gentry have been summoned to appear at London next Monday as Federal grand jurors Rev F L Warren was here Wednesday looking hale and hearty He will soon be eighty one years old yet he moves about as one not more than sixty- J B Cummins W M Denny and Henry Todd were in from the West side yesterday They reported the farmers of that section very well along with their corn planting and other forming Messrs Elias Heiman vice Presi dent and Clark Bishop General Manager of the Empire Plow Co of Cleveland Ohio were here Tuesday looking alter timber for plow stocks Messrs Settles and Abe Mink furnish this company most of their out put Atty Elmer Evans was down from London Tuesday He just returned from Los Angeles last weekwhere he was married to Miss Cecil Smith a niece of Mrs R M Jackson Mr Evans is a fine young man and we cetiiuly hope for him and his the very best G S Griffin H P J A Lan drum P H P and S C Franklin Secretary of Mt Vernon R A chapter went to Berea yesterday to be present in organizing a chapter at that place 1 here are 2 r can didates for exaltation and it will require three days to confer the degrees upon them W J Sparks was in Tennessee Monday to see a bout starting his new crusher and while his propositions had all been accepted and he thought everything in readiness to proceed with installing the plant the man from whom he had bought the land had decided that in a day it had increased in value just one third and refused to make a deed for the cantract price which however in a letter he had accept ed Mr Sparks offer Mr Sparks hopes to get the matter Adjusted in a short time and proceedwith the work LOCAL Popular Grove church will be dedicated next Sunday J L Hasty of Level Green sold two milch cows and calves ior48 Hon W A B Davis is a candi date for Representative in this and Laurel county P Q Griffin sold to Wind eld Cress a small tract of land near Griffins Mill for 265 Just received car load American woven wire fence Iw5ioimo Crab Orchard Ky Charlie Randall Deputy U S Marshal died very suddenly at his home in London Wednesday after noon Heart failure was the cause of his death Judge L W Bethurum and Sher iff R L McFerron were successful in getting the raise made on Rock castle by the State Board of Equal ization released George Owens the monument man has sold another monument made of free stone He is finish ing up a fine large double granite stone for J N Brown Buck Varnon and wife TAKEN UpCame to my place March 1st 1907 i red and white spotted cow andIred yearling heifer calf Owner cam have same proving and paying damage and notice I J GASH Mrs eM E Mullins wife of the late Marshall Mullins died last Friday after an illness o f several mouths The burral took place in the family graveyard near the homeMr Payne died Sunday at the home of his daughter at Livingston He had been in very poor health for more than ayear Mr Payne was the last one ofthe boys of the old Payne family living and of the thirteen children only two are left Mrs Jane Bloomer and ereIspectsfamily in that all thirteen lived to majjorityThe remains were laid to rest Monday in the Willard burying ground beside his wire who preceded him only seven weeks it it Mr John Majors aged about 70 of Pulaski died last week of dropsy Mr Majors had been an invalid for several years The Rockcastle Spoke Co was organized here this week with a capital stock of 7500 Articles of will be filed in the next few days A full report in our next issue The Welch corner presents quite a different appearance since the old store room has been torn down The building was erected over forty years ago and for many years while occupied by Mrs Welch mother of R A Welch was one of the leading grocery storesin town W J Sparks has ordered special machinery made for installing a plant near Sinks for working which is found there in almost quantities and of first class grade for concrete work The proposed plant will add another valuable enterprize to our county FOR SALEOne saw mill flour and corn mill in good repair Will sell saw mill separate from other mills Anyone wishing a good mill should write me at once at Quail Ky as I a en going to sell this mill to close an estate The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association met Monday at the Seelbach Hotel Louisville and decided to go to the this sum wereThe date was not upon the body will go but the Excutive Committee will meet again on the 18th to settle the time and route to be taken A two days session was decided to be held at some point in Kentucky before the trip will bp begun I The riding of freight trains be tween this point and Rowland has been ot no little wony to the railroad company and employes but since the railroad officials have ex erted almost every effort possible it begins to look like the stopping point will only come when the last saloon in Rowland has dpnejits dp There is entirely too much of this byjoier t F 7t= i r Fflr I t f ff DQLLARS Have Wonderful Purchasing Power You will find this fact tully demonstrated FigHS CASH STORE Have YOU ever investigated the line of Shoe and Clothing offered byus If not now is tKe tiQIeOur line of Shoes and Hats for Men and Boys and Shoes for Women ccomprise the best selection we have ever shown We have made a special effort and these lines speak for themselves Our Prices Are Right THE BR- ANDCLOTHINGr Experience has taught us that the best quality of goods that can be sold for the money patronageEspeciallyThe Shield Brand has every quality desired in any suitof clothing They are uptodate in style and for quality and wear they are by none The prices are in reach of all 750 850 1000 1250 1350 1500 and 1650 Look for the Shield label on the collar Mix some Globe Fertilizer with your corn when you plant andre p aI double crop We sell McCormick and Deering Harvesting Machinery and Birdsell Farm Wagpns on hand See them incorporation conglomerate inexhaustable RespectfullyGEO Jamestown Exposition decided when Clothing SHIELD Clothing surpassed flii i y c= = = = = s LOSTA No 2 Waterman fountain pen Finder return same to this office andre eierewarq Wilse Baker and son Cal on one side and Spencer Mullins and Bert Mullins on the other engaged in a little shooting Mul lins Stations matc1at Mullins received a in the foot All tn parties are under bond Mullins trial is set for to morrow Jim Ballou was arrested Sunday on a warrant from incolnv county and taken to that jailerrpO V Jarrett on Sunday afte oons train Ballou ischarged with shooting at a brakeman On ast Monday night a week ago Ballo says he was cowing from Rowland to Mt Vernon on a freight train and just after i leaving Maywood two brakemen attacked him beat him with a j pistol and a stick and kicked him off the top of a box car while the train was running at the rate of about twenty miles an hour The gashes on Bal lous head and the bruises on his face indicated that he had been verely severely handled but just what story the brakemen will tell in presenting their side of the case is yet to be found ou- tLIYINGSTON Mesdames W W Wright and W H Fisher are visiting friends at Corbin Miss Ella Argenbright has returned to her home at this place after an extendid visit to keri brother John and family at Leba non JunctionMisses Aggie Poy li ter and Ethel Hayes are on the arIscent at this timeMrs Rome Ad ams is in Mt Vernon visiting her brother R B Mullins who is quite sick Mrs Win Preston and mother have returned after a short visit at LouisvilleMr John Griffin of Jellico has been spending a few days with Messrs Geo G Griffin and Egbert Hayes of this Inddently fishing anfcourting Messrs Ed Moodajl Chas Rice sh tohas Rice Jr Will Rice Will Fisher and others ate on a big fishing excursion up the river The latest report was they had t caught five fish four waterdogs and a pheasant Mr and Mrs George Mounce of Middlesboro are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Allen Mounce near town Henry Browning is up again after a severe relapse ef pneumonia f- everD K Argenbright has re turned after a few weeks visit with his sons Lon at Knoxville and Tom at Ettawah TennMrs Charity Mullins of Paris is spend ing a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Allen Mounce Messrs Geo W Griffin Egbert Hayes and John Oriffin of Jellico went fishing Monday and came home in aoot 4 hours with 18 big suckers weighing at least fifty pounds and you can see by the weight that they were not dry land suckers eitherMr J C Mul lins familiarly known asIt Big John and with a heart as big as his body is having his home re paired and cleaned and general improvements madeMiss Eva Hall of Somerset was the charm ing guest of Mrs Nath McWhor ter a few days last week There was a wreck at NO5 tunnel Thurs day morning Particulars are not known excepting it was double header and no one seriously hurt Mrs Pearl Daniels has returned after a short visit with her mother Mrs Cable at StanfordGeorge Pope has returned after a short visit to his daughter Mrs Merri mee at Paris Will O Dell was down from Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday visiting his mother Mrs James HallClel1 Johnson is here this week in the interest of the New Livingston Coal Co and visiting his brothee John Thomas Mr Champ Cummins will lead prayer meeting next Wsdnes day evening at Christian church Mrs G M Ballard is visiting Miss Lfda Cook on her way to Covington where she will visit friends Both houses of the Missouri Legislature adopted a resolution in viting PJesident Roosevelt to attend the eighth annual reunion of the Army of the Phillipines which is to be held in Kansas City Aug 13 14 and 15 P VOID ALUM Wk UNSEEN DANGE- RwFooD T- OAN GUARD SHIPS against the unseen dangers at tied the United States Government maintains lighthouses To guard your home against the un seen dangers of food products the Government has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can The Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alum read it carefully if it does not say andpSryp1aIIIgJt IBAKING Iis a cream of tartar baking powder a pure heaythjfititi f= O OOO OOO O O 00600 The effect of malaria lasts a long time You etch coldeasily or become rundown 0because of the after effects of malaria A totItbuilds new blood and tones up your nervous eI aALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0- OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOO COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCAST1K CIRUIT COURT Allen Adams guardian of W T Adams and James B Adams Plain iTs vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Thomas Rowe J S Rowe Samuel Rowe John Rowe Mattie Kirby Sarah E Renner and William Rowe Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Court rend eredat the March term thereof 1907 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 between the hours of 9 olclock a in and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a eredit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Rockcastle Kentucky on the waters of Skaggs creek and bounded as follows On tne South by the lands of Wesley A Mink on the North by the lands of Milt Renner on the West by the lands of James McFerron on the East by lands of W M Kinley and contains 175 acres more or less excluding from said boun dry a tract ofabout fifty acres sold by the decedent W II Rowe to his daughter Lucinda Rowe Adams and her heirs For the purchase price the puschaser mast execute bond with approved surely bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and ef fect of a judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply these terms G S GRIFFIN M C K C C When your back aches it is al most invarably an indication that something is wrong with your kidneys Weak diseased kidneys frequently cajoe a break down of the entire system DeWilts Kid ney and Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys backache influmation of the bladder anti all urinary troubles Sold by Chas C Davis It is announced in London in a special dispatch from Constantinople that seven battalions of Turkish troops have practically been anni hilated during a battle with rebels in the province of Yemen Turkish Arabia DONT PAY ALIMONY to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep vour bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that thd appen dix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by Chas C Davis druggist 250 Try them GR EAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No improvements and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the bound ary For further information address R L McFerron Mt Vernon Ky or this office FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS B- YmLLIAtt JENNINGS BRYAN jjSTNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 SURerb Engravings from photographs ta kcnby 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 t OUTFIT FREESend fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling i THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO i St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES VIA iieei descent Route l ONTHE FirstandThirdTueSdaYof j f SOUTH A Winter Tourist Tickets now on V sale good etQrnitii till May 31 1907 For particulars write n C KING CP TT A Lexington Ky COMMISSIONERS SALE HOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Valisey Fish Plaintif- fS Notice of Commissioners Sale A C Menefee Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1907 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and at public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 between the hours of 9 oclocka in and 4 oclock in being regular county court day on a credit of six months the following de scrioed property towit The threeeighth undivided interest in a certain tract of land located in Rockcas tie County Kentucky on Renfroes creek and known as theNiuirod Menefee farm which is bounded as follows On tLe North by the farm known as the Katie George place now owned by J G Frith the East by the lands of John Robins on the South by the lands of Lucy Hunt and on the West by the lands of and containing 120 acres For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal Interest from day of sale until paid and having the force andef fect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C For a coal or a cough take Ken neys Laxative Cough Syrup It is BFTTER than any other cough remedv because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action ot the bowels and at the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflamation of the mucus membrane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold dy Chas C Davia The May grand jury which began its sittings in New York Mon day will hear the evidence which District Attorney Jerome has se cured in his investigation of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 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 Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Eliz bethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only SI 50 The Presidential election is approaching J Times have changed That is alM Mr Wattersonis a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The Courier Journal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Send your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the VVeeekly Courier J ourDRI alone is i a year fOtEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that isndt beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk havingBrights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 BottUaM- EFUtl UBtTITUTIf CHAs C DAVIS ya 17 COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTE CIRCUIT COURT J A Oliver Committee of Pate Jones Plaintiff vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Joseph 11 Norton Defendant By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1907 I shall proceed to offerfor sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidderat public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 190 tween the hours of 9 oclock am 7beI oclock pm beingregular county court day on a credit of six months the fol lowing described property towit Two tracts of land located in Rockcas tIe County Kentucky and is bounded and described as follows FIRST TRACT is thus bounded ginning at a whiteoak about fifteenpoles from the old mill now gone thence with the division line made between the Dysort S 77 E 100 poles to a tame cherry tree standing just inside of a fieldand now in lane thence with a fence S 13 W 152 poles to a back line of the original survey at a rock in the said original line thence with said line N 71W94 poles to a whiteoak and two dogwoods in said division line thence with said line N 2 E 147 poles to the beginning containing 79 acres 2 rods and 20 poles SECOND TRACT is thus hounded On the North by the lauds of Thomas Graves now owned by J C Graves on the South by the lands of Hackley Siler on the East by the lands of Jesse Wallens heirs on the West by the lands of David Thompson owned by George Live say containg about fortyacres Ior the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G Su GRIFFIN M C R cc NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS- We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds and lung troubles is no- taffecteby the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opi ates or other harmful drugs and we reoommend it as a safe remedy lor children and adnlts Chas C Da vis Cot Henry H Ewing aged six tyfive years died at Owingsville Bath county of paralysis lit was a Colonel in the Confederate army during the Civil War IrflLte8LUNP CUTS SORES BURNS RHEUMATISM Z5 0 WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION J A Boguen of the Nationa Sign Co Daton O writes under nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I amget ting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrhsix years ago Money would not buy my tube of Noseua if I could not get another Buy Nosena from moneybackandbooklet by mail eo cents BROWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In thesY5tembowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains vno Opiates KENNEDYS The Red Clover Bloc 10m and tha Hooey Bee on every bottle i1i1T HONEYaTARrKEPAUW I 0 DoWITT It CO CHICAGO UL A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROK ASTLE Real Estate o- BIT VERNON KY 0 FAM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will besold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his heal hhe 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 qood orchard P f NO 5iso acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando JJ 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 2f bargain FARM NO IT hei tracts of land intone body consisting of 85 84 and 155 air located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Grab Orchard and Bee iclt road These lands are located near the rest dences ofebrge Hines and George Gopch About 75 acres of this land is bot torn land and a good part of it is upI land but level and is good farming lane A bargain at 3 paracre One third cash the balance in oDean two years 1 We Trust- Doctorsj If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the- Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unless there Is dally action of the bowels poisonous products are absorbed causing bead ache biliousness nausea dyspepsia titus preventing the Sarsaparilla from Its best work Ayers Pills are liver pills Act gently all vegetable A Made by J C Ayer Co Irfjwell Mass IAlso manufacturer of lJerSUAIR II We have no secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines MTS S Joice 180 Sullivan St Clearmont 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 le of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend it Chas C Davis Eleven of the thirteen Italians who had been on trial at Wjlke Btrre Pa charghed with Black Hind crimes were declared guil y Monday when the seaed verd t of the jury was opened The oth er two defendants were acquitted oA S 111 0TI X ABears Signature of A Nervou1 IndigestionThe Lion is controlled by nerves leading to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is de prived of its energy It has no power to do its work If you want per manent relief you must restore this energy Dr Miles Nervine restores givestheform their functions acutIa of withlIttleanuheartmake one more trial which I did in the purchase of one bottle of Nervine daysIaged me so much that I continued the medicine until I had taken more than a dozen bottles I am very much im proved in every way in body mind and spirits since I make a special point to recommend the medicine ana knowingthatflied through my recommendations A S MEITON Ashville N C yourdruggltfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental W RKSt M anufa turer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application UEORGrE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky Brodhead Marble Workfi BRODHEADKyG- ranite and Marble Monuments Itand Tombstones manufactured by qAID B ALBRIGHT Manager h ipL V twirl Iron lltnill Fence beaperthan wood Wfll frstaWtfms tAsidwsi4hoP 14 MtwARrU4CINCUOIATL 0 Ms TNET1TES Mayor OBiryan of Owensboro has written a letter to Mayor Woods of Richmond objecting to the formation pf a State taw and Order League Mayor 0 Bryan says it is a slander on Kentucky to intimate thatthe laws are not en forcedand suchan organization Is no necesary to preserve peace and 1 property rights- Representatives of State and City Boards of health and of various organ 7ations formed to comb disease will meet in Washington Monday to take part in the three days session of the Natioual Asso ciation for Study and prevention of Tuberculosis During the session a report will be made on the plans for the international congress on tuberculosis which will meet in WashingtoiLlin 1908 1 EDITOR OF POWER A South Missouri editor had trouble with his gasoline engine and was blowing througn a syphon into a gasoline tank when it began to work and filled his lungs with the inflamable stuff The editor was to be married next day but did not care to goon with the match for fear of an explosion1 The printers attached him to the gasoline engine rind pumped him out gradually He furnished pow er enough tojrun off the regular edition indo bunch ofjob work Am beite prep red than ever to test nd fit the eyes w ith jrlasBe Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed1 Do all ktndaof 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 FRANK- LINfOLEflliOflTAlDTAR Certs CoUci Prevents PRaumeRla A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache biliousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about the eyes worn out look etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills strengthenstbtliermak Prevents anti cures these troubles Aids doesdht 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