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I IJ r Published Every Friday nuut ftnoBIIn4LrVOLUME XXJ MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 17 1907 NUMBER 34 i i4141111lflltlF41iR111Ititfil4t11Ifll4llt1tfI4111Yit11Eil4 lRlf1li4tl111It1f14t1tl4 tlltllll111l1It11 il lttltl1T- 41lltlllGITHE f REAL THIN1 itt OTTAWA Jesse W Brown sold to J M Craig 7 hogs for 43 goJoe Brown Sr visited William Oliver and ffamily Thursday Vessie Brown has had an attack of meas les during the past weekWheat and grass looks very favorable inI this section The farmers were getting behind with their work in this section on account of the re cent rains but they have been put ting in full time since the pretty weather begun Levi Sowder the J B Sutton went to Brodhead Friday tAndrew Long and family of Pulaski county visited relatives here Saturday and Sun day geveral of the young men of near East Bernstadt were with homefolks Saturday and Sunday rPRobert Wallen was in Brodhead Friday and Saturday Jon business Prof Elijah Wallen left Satur day for the railroad after being with homefolk for a few days Charlie Brown visited relatives and Mends near Krueger Saturday and Sunday James Farris bought of Frank Cash a yoke of cattle for 60 Mr and Mrs Tart Proctor visit ed relatives at Quail Saturday Robert Brown and family visited J W Brown Sunday Mr Barnet and a friend of his of near Harrods burg KYJ have been yisiting C S Armstrong of this place Charlie Sowder and family visitedrelatives here SundayS T Proctor left Sunday for Brodhead Q uitea number of people from this section Attended the dedication at Poplar Grove Sunday Bjid Stringer of Quail spent Saturday lSlftkt jwth Lincoln Stringer and wife of tBts vicinity Mrs Sallie Sowder went to Brodhead Monday to have some i denial work doneMiss Ella li Jry oJ uO Cant Be Beat II y When Good Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant he beat l M Honor Honor Is Due Good Dressers honor us with their patronage because we give the best values = FASHIONABLE FABRICS FASTIDIOUS Our Spring and Summer Line is now ready Buy of us and get satisfaction in FRESH FANCY FABRICS 3 M taking The Bridle WP IsThis Spring we are going to simply Take The Bridle Ofiof prices on B CLOTHING If saving from 25 per cent to 50 per cent on your pur chases is any object z w to you come and get your goods here for no where else in all this country can 3 you matchour stock or prices Mr PuImo OQUC AS SHOES WHITE ZOS Fl7liii1il1i11t1itl11iltUillillltliittililiiittlliiltlititti 11111111111il11111111111111111111111111 tfUiiillZillililltlitiUillliiIiiliUliliUdiiliUik thi51part FORi ICHATSil Hayes of Lincoln county spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Jno Denney of this sectionMr and Mrs Hiram Thompson Bill Thompson and family ofnearl Krueger Monday last 1aJi CATARRH AND CATARRHAL HEADACHE are buickly releived by Nusena It soothes the congested membranes allays inflanmtionr and thoroughly heals and cleanses It keeps moist all the passages whose tendency is to thicken and become dry Cures colds thsoat trouble noarsness hay fever stopped up nose breathing through mouth while offensive breath etc It is antiseptic and Contains no chemi cals or drugs having a narcotic effect or that can cause the drug habit tI Sold by all druggits Gov Hughes has won a big victory in forcing indorsement by the State Committee and the Legis lature of his policies and measures and the refusal to approve of his presidental aspiration is regaaded as no indication that he will not controle the situation when the time comes Political leaders say he is now the absolute leader of the party in New York WONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE Onr litte boy had exemafor five years writes NA Adama Taeri etta Pa Twoof our homevd6c tors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then em ployed 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 medicines and bodybuilding health tonics Guaranteed at Chas C Davis drug store So cents 1r KA r iHh7 Where FELLOWS 3 AIriaw i tef1 u j 2i QUAIL Rev J L Davis filled his regu lar appointment at Providence Saturday and Sunday Melvin Owens returned home Sunday from Livingston J T Watson of Brodhead spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Martin Owens who is very sick and not expected to live but a short whileGranville Owens of Brodhead spent Sunday last with Elder Martin Owens Mrs James Parsons of Berea visited relatives in this part the past weekMiss Clevie McGuire one of Livingstons fairest bells was the pleasent guest of her sister Mrs D E Herrin the past week Sleep sheering and corn planting is the order of the dayOn Satur June the 8th there will be decora tion of the graves at Providence church everybody cordially invited Bring full baskets of dinner Also RevIJ L W Brown of Preachersville was in this part Sunday last visiting relatives Mrs W W Scott is on the sick list The Sepreme Court of the Uuited States has reversed the Kentucky Court of Appeals Ina case from Laurel county involving the construction of the C O W haw as applied to express compan ies in Ifoal option districts MORE NEWS FROM THJtNJtW ENGLAND STATES I anyone has any doubt as to the virture of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer toMrAIv- in H Stimpson of Willimantic oingohopefailure of sgmayreti1edi finally whichhehim as four bottles cured bijn completely He is now ei tireWe11 and free from all the sufferiiig inck ChasCI 1 xY2j7i r THEY ALL LIKE JOE Honorable Joseph Boswprth of Middlesboro was here yesterday on business connected with the State Departments which is said to have been in the interest oi some of his numerous constituents Mr Bosworth made many friends at the Capitol during his stay here last winter as Represenative of the General Assembly of Bell county He is a candidate for State Senator from his district composed of the counties of Pulaski Knox Bell Whitney Rockcastle Jackson and Laurel and his host of admirers here hope that he will have no trouble in winning r No Republicau member of the last Legislature stood higher or ac complished more good for his people than Joe Bosworth As chairman of the joint Republican caucus he led the fight for his patty and when not jealously watching its interests was engaged in looking after legislation which would be of benefit to his people of the mountains Inasmuch usihis district the 17th is overwhelmingly Republican no Democrats can hope to be elected so interest js cheated in the ranks of 4the opposite party that the Republicans of these seven count ies have the opportunity toSend such a deserving and capable Sena tor to represent t them nexxei E 1 lone than whom no one is better Jterestslaqdfit Kentucky State JournalV When your food has not been properly digested the entire system p in the same proportion Your stonache needs kelp Kadbl For Indigestion and Dyspepsia not only digeste when ypu eat it tones the stbmache and adds strength to the whole body Makes ric ipgre blood Kodol coriformsto the Matidnal Pure Food and Dr n taw sQd Chas C DaY s 74 86 A SWELLBOOTforfashionable people allstyles This C cF Our LeadersLoir I We have just received a large shipment of the I fAmericanured the Shoe Co St 4 is Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev I ery pair of AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look ing for uptodate footwear dont fail to call andsee our line 3 r CLOSING OUT 4 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 75 per We are not talking through our hats but mean just what r 4 we say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our andwe will convince r you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before 1b KRUEGER SONIy 3 3c3cc LAND STOCK ANDCROlI On account of the wheat market taking a sudden upward turn flour on the local market has fallen into line and advanced also Anderson Spillman the local Millers re portan advance of 20 cents per cwt and 40 cents per barrel on best patent This will make the price at the local stores jump a lit tle The article has been selling at 260 per cwt but will be ad vanced to2 70and5 40 per barre Barley went to 82 cents at Chicago this week the highest known in twenty years The re port of the great damages being done throughout the country by the green bug is claimed to be responsible for the sudden turn Danville Advocate Early prices on spring lambs in Kentucky and Tennessee have been changed to a higher basis according to late reports For June and July picking it is now a 7 cent trade Speculaters are re ported to be paying the price freely It looks safe for June but is danger ous for July Early contracts were made at 6 1436 12 cents and those who got in on that basis are treading on velvet In Virginia also contracts are being made at 7 cents May picking will be scant as grass has been backward and growers are anxious to hold the stuff back to make it good June will see the mpyemeni ia fullswing and it will be the heaviest since Kentucky rtstedliwiil fill in a gap between fed and western grass stuff and avert a famine A year agocontracts were b made on a 6rcent basis and prices will doubtless have a stimulating influence on lamb production in the country south of phip and east of the Mississippi riven Orino Laxative fruit Syrup is best forewomen r and children Its mid action sad pleasant taste makes It Prefe to violent purgatives suck Sipillstabletnetc Get the booklet a Orino at Cls C Davin 7v Established i 1887 I JI NANDOdE SNOE all leathens o is ore 2 by HamiltonBrown 1vLo AMERICAN GENTLEMAN to cent I cutrfentjrigh AT HOME ITRADE give our readers ten good reason to our mind why the people of our city should do their traiding at home They are Because You examine your purchase and are assured of satisfaction before investing your i moneyBecause Your home merchant is always ready and willing to make right any error or any defective article purchased ot him Because When you are sickor for any reason it is necessary for you to ask for credit you can go to the local merchant Could you ask it of a mailing order house Because If a merchant is will ing to extend you credit you should give him the benefit of your casb trade Because Your merchant pays local taxes and ex errs ever effort to baild and better your market thus increasing both the value of the city and county property Because The mail order mer chant does not lighten yoUr tax or in any way help the value of your property Becanse The mail order mer chant does nothing for the benefit of markets or real estate values Because If your town is good enough to live in it is good enough to spend your money in Because The best citizens in your community patronize home industry Why not be one of the best citizens Because If you give your merchant an opportunity to complete by bringing your order to him in the quanties you buy out of town he will demonstrate that quality considered he will save you money Ex i A NAkROW ESCAPE G W Oloyd a merchant of Plunk Mohada narrow escape 4 years ago when he raua jimson bur into his thumb He says The dnctor wauled to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Buckling Arnica Salve and that cut dthe dangerous wound h2 c tChafc Ci Davis Drugstore Pence Jr Pence Jr will make the season of 1907 at my barn 3 miles East of Brodhead and 5 miles North of Mt Vernon at f8oo to insure a living colt If mare is traded or parted with the season money becomes due This excellent stallion is the property of Mr John Z Spoonamore of Lincoln Jr bay stalion 4 years old full 16 hands high good siieandacti n By Pence he by Rienzi he by Belmont he by Alexanders Abdallad Pences ist dam by Aluiont Forrest 2nd dam byGar rard Chief 3rd dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam byCopperbottom Pence Jrs 1st dam by Ad Barlow 2375 by Castelar 1062 he by volunteer 55 Ed Barlows 1st dam by Woburn 2nd dam by a Mam brinohorse 3rd dam by Mambrino MesS- enger Pence Jrs 2nd dam by Gills grazed at 200 per month not responsible for accidents or escapes should any occur R L SMITH Hiatt Ky Mrs Nannie Whimule sister of former United States Senator Ross of Kansas whose vote prevented the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson has made a statement of what was told herb Senator Ross He said he bad been offered 200060 for Lis vote in thatcontest andit refusaly c j T to accept it spent years in abject proyerty MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route i Fort Edward NY says br Kings v I3iscoveryt is my best earthly frfendv Itfcured me of asthma six years ago i It has also performed a wonderful cut of t consumption for leeended the terrible cough and this symptbleftms a perfectly welt Dr Kings Hew Discoverys power over coughs aid colds is simply marveleus n No other renledr has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by ehuJ Davis 7i r rr uf MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 17 1907 Published every Friday byIEDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rules made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION E3IOCnATlC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Iteckhain For GovernorS Baler r For Attorney General John K Heucl ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools 11 O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricnltureJ- W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim hie For Auditor H 11 Itosworlh For Secretary of StateHubert Vree laud For Treasurer Ruhy Lafoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn n ChenaulL We are authorized to announce O V JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpiredterin of two years caused liy the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election IflOr subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W lf BARNETr Asa 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 We authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOSWORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Sen atorial district subject to the action of the Republican party Mayor Woods having made a call for a Law and Order Confer ence in Louisville which call was widely indorsed and the conference set fdr this week was caustically criticized by the Mayor of Owens boro for issuing the call the Ow ensboro official believing it to be unnecessary and something of a piece of foolishness Mayor Woods immediately answered attesting the value and power of such organ izations and concluded his reply as follows And now Mayor OBry 1an I wish to say that I have watched your course as Mayor with admiration until you threw your influence at your late election on the side of the breweries distil tries and barrooms and all their train of evils I do not expect such advocates of these destructiveagen cies to approve the call issued cor- a Convention of friends of Law and Order The invitation was inadvertently mailed to you Among all the citizens and officers of high and low degree irrespective of pol itics class of color you are the on ly patriot innhe hunchEx FACTS AND FIGURES Rice paper is never made of rice In Persia cutting the hair is a sign of mourjimg People witlfcareak hearts should never take hot baths Storm warnings were first issued in Holland in 1860 One lighted gas jet consumes as muchair as four adults Russian farmers hold an average of 27acrtsto each family The Indian rhinoceros has the thickest skin quadrupedt V As fasters sect of Jain in l India are fajtahead of aU rivals P Giraffes are almost priceless since J the Dervishes occupied the Soudan recitingLxhisf teacher Men cbmpriseforty per cent of the teachers In the public schools ofSw eden 4 Needles were first made in 1545 when the making of ten was a good days work Vegetarians claim that hair grows 7 v less luxurantly on the heads of J meat eaters- Some of the largest ocean steamers can be converted into armed j i cruisers in thirty hours More women are by i the BritishGovernment than by J that of any other country I f t A paper chimney oft high C rand fire proof is a cufosityta be iJ c t F seen at Breslauj Germany Beethoven bet time deaf dncl long before his death could not even hear the drums in the orchestra Twothirds of all the tonnage of all the merchant navies afloat belong to the AngloSaxon nation It is calculated that the skins of more than 00000 animals are used annually in binding Oxtord BiblesChamois leather is not nor ever was the hide of the chamois but the flesh side of sheepskins It is claimed that Lake Erie pro duces more fish to the square mile than any other body of water in worldA in nervous disease says that women should sleep nine hours at night and one hour in the day time The sound of a bell which can be heard 45000 feet through the water can be heard through the air only 426 feet Vultures connot discover a car cass by the sense of smell They rely entirely upon their sight wheii in quest of food LIYINGSTOJX Miss Dollie Elkins and Mrs Ed Owens have returned after a short visit with their brothers Esther and Fred also Mrs Owens husband at Falmonth11rand Mrs James Audetson have moved into the house belonging to Mrs Sue Mullins on Mullins AveJ- B Hayes is having a new roof and other improvements made on his residence on Mullins aveMrs James Parson and children of Berea and Miss Clevie McGuire of this place have beeu visiting relatives and friends beyond Brodhead but have returned and report a nice visitMiss Mattie McFerron has returned from Waldencia Tenn where she has been teaching school she visited at Chatanooga and other places just before returningDr W J Childress is attending the Rail Road Surgeons Association at Frankfort this week Mrs J E Woodall has moved her millinery store into the room adjoining Jennings and Brummits restaurant on South Main St Mrs James Dane of Coal Creek is visiting her sister Mrs Long mire of this place Tom Masdeu was down from Lebanon Junction Sunday calling on one of our pretty young ladiesMr and Mrs Frank Geisel of Crab Orchard spent part of last week with Mrs Geisells brother Joe Dickerson and family Garrard Burton is here from Drakesburg Ky visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs Henry Burton at Mullins Hotel Chas and Will Rice have returned to Lebanon Jet after a visit with their parents Mr and Mrs Chas RiceSmiling Dave Jackson was with our mer chants Wednesday Casper Adams was in Lancaster Satarday on business Miss Lida Cook led prayer meeting at Christ ian church Wednesday evening A big crowd and an interesting lesson was reported Mrs Sue Mullins has been improving her residence by having new paper hung on all the walls She has also been repairing her houses on Mullins averMiss Myrtle Chewing will lead prayer meeting next Wednesday evening the subject will be A Gentile Chosen Acts 10 chap 3443 verses Mr JA Mullins says he dont like single blessedness very much and is only waiting for a favorable decision of court to take unto himself a wife We are well aware that John bas been calling on one of our prettiest young widows for some time and here is wishing him success and happiness to many years tocomeMrs Robert Lau eer is visiting her parents at McMunnville Tenn Miss Carrie Baugh has returned to her home at Mershons roads after a visit with relatives and friends here John Preston of Ivorydale 0 informs us that little Ezra the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Dave Preston of Elmwood Place 0 died May 2nd at 3 130 P Mofbrain fever Little Ezra was too good and wise to live so God in His wisdom has called him home The heart broken parents have the sympathy of all their relatives and friend at this place May God comfort them in this their great loss But your loss denr onesis cnly heavens gain Little Ezra is now holding out his little hands the hands that he counted the days on and beckoning you to come to him and now it is only with you whether you will see that sweet face and those dear little hands again or not Beautiful hands of that little ODe see- Baby voice calling oh mother to thee Rosy cheeked darling the light of of their home Taken so early is beckoning com a Brightest and best of that glorious throng Center of all and the theme of our song Jesus our Saviour the iercedone stands r 7Lovfnglycalling with beckoriii g y hands i RS CLARA HAYES cousin 1t1 McRobertsleaveKywhere Mr McRoberts has a position as R R agentilr C P Reynoles is his successor at this officeMrs W O McKinney and children of Lebanon Junction are visiting her sister Mrs E L Cockrell Mr and Mrs Harry Ma gee are visiting relatives in Louis yilleMrs Cordia Hurd is visiting relatives at MiddlesboroHar ry Orndorff is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Orndorff Mrs Win Preston and little Omer Bar- barat of Boston Ky are spending a few weeks bereMrs Bart Sams is visiting relatives in Mt Vernon HIATT Rev M G Fish filled his ap pointment at Wildie Sunday Miss Nettie Fish of Wildie is the guest bf her cousin Miss Minnie- Hiatt this weekRevTomm Smith filled his reguar appoint ment at this place Sunday Sever al from this place attended church at Wildie Sunday Miss Maggie Dowell and Mr Sheridan Bowman were married at the home of the bride Monday afternoonMrs M G Fish is numbered among the sick this wepkM Elijah Brock and family attended church here SundayA Hiatt was in Stanford Monday Mrs C M Hiatt is slow ly improvingMrs Pritchet of Danville who has been visiting her daughter Mrs C M Hiatt return ed home Sunday Mr Albert Fish made a flying trip to Hiatt SundayMiss Anna Pritchet is visiting her sister Mrs Mollie HiattThe farmers are vere busy planting corn this weekMiss Rhoda Bowman and brother of Mt Vernon were at Hiatt Sunday As a result of a horrible disaster on the coast Line of the Southern Pacific railroad many bodies of a party of Mystic Shriners lie in the morgues at Santa Barbara Cal and scores rre injured many fatally The Nobles were on their way East with their wives and families and the illfated train struck a broken rail and jumped the tract without warning Many harrowing tales are told by the sur viv rs and the work of rescue was accomplished under great difficulty Efforts are being made to secure a pardon for John Allison a member ofthe notorious Lake Rang who is back in prison after two years of freedom following his es cape from the penitentiary at Jack son Mich Allison married while out of prison and lived an exemplary life during the two years At Lexington Thursday morn iuga street car coming on South Broadway from the Southern depot got beyond controle of the motorman in coming down the hill after crossing High street at 1130 oclock and dashing down the in cline struck with a terrific crash the C U passenger train from Louisville which was crossing Broadway at waterstreet The ac commodation baggage and mail car of the passenger train was knocked over on its side the street car was smashed like an egg shell Moterman George Wells killed and a score of its passengers injured I1n answer to a correspondent regarding the reason for the ups and downs of the hog market the past few weeks the Breeders Gazette gives the following interesting reasons Ifit were possible to regulate the daily supply of hogs that packers could always purchase exactly what they needed and no mare prices would remain stationary or move within a narrow range all the year around but it so happens that the moments i either a feast or a famine affair a condit ion for which country speculationI is to a large extent responsibler fl THE ORIGINAL LAXATJVE COUQH avltu- fIENIEDYSLAXAIIVEHDIEYTAI w JOmt BUuMi ul BM M Ewey MtU W1r CARSON l iPAfNTER AND PAPER HANER WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order xAlI WorkGuaratitee4 xi A 4i UlZ C II a OJ 1 IF J t no = i L t2i2 3C MJ 3 J BARGAINS X School hooks Prices for one Week at Cost ON SforeJt Beginning MONDAY MAY 13 Come and get your part of the BARGAINS Cash or Produce Considered G T JOHNSON o K STORE Opposite CourtHouse r I A C MP TELINEI IlIERCHitNDISE I i stat the LOWEST Prices A FULLLINE csac Of Clothing Boots and Sht Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH Andrews e e Kentucky Bargains Bargains I have ust received new line ofi Dry Goods Clothing At lower prices Jihan you can find J1i any where iii the county I Calico 5 Tents per yard Best Flour 6ocper sack g And everything Een8cheapaccordIngly same as casV 4C dme and infe I can sat a you money on everypnnise Respectfully yours cL WWliJAKER tl NTUCKY LAICDeWittCarbolized Witch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the servi ejitpnelratestheporersand promptly relieves pain cau boils burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Beware of imitations Sold by Chas C Davis a WANTEpMen and women in e chco as field to frepresentjadyeftiSearid distribute samples of our goods Salary 48p month d and cash itatadvtink ry94r ii 7 Meat 10 cents per pound Sugar 5 cts per pound iProduce see r experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN C J DepotWC Wabash Ave Chicago Ill Hens to your health and bappil1esstlDeWi ts Little Early Risersfamous little pills Nasty- sick headache or bilousness nay come on any time the cure is an EIiir1yRis tSQldbyChlsIC Davis CJA IIi IIfia4 H iv Icw TrsWrr lis wki tpt f J I m D J 0 L7Z i WIS JTBARGAINS Ii j tIi ATTENTION I 11 Listen to the best news of the season What is itj Why Summer weather of course and Summer Goods are now on display at at ocr Store Come in and let us show you while our line is com plete A CN HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY fi s I YOURBANKINGNo THEBNK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies V to the men and the women alike vjRemember100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more r OFFICES C C WILLIAMS Pres WL RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash a tIlia11HtItaaatntttaItantntattft ttttJIi1111111at1Ti11t11ttStt111t11t1ti1tGWillis PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERAND 32FUNERAL DIRECTOR =5lt Vcrnon Ky 3 Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = E tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached =I E ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3 FE Phone No 63 = mumu U1uiU1UUUU1U1mUlmmU1U1U1mUlUU U1U BRING YOURAJOB WORK i fTO THE H4 SIIlNA t fr MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 17 190 79 Call up No you want to SIGNALZ9cate with 7Q jR R TIME TABLE S2 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 28 south 124 p u 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffic as secondclass mail matt- erPEItSOAL T S Miller is here from Santa Rosa Cal Will Fish is suffering from a mild attack of malaria- R B Mullins has about recovered from his attack of fever W B Whitehead has been num bered among the sick this week Morris Brown was in Louisville Monday to see Barnum Baileys circusMiss Maymie Jones has been one of the number ot the sick for sever al Mat Owens of the Free dom neighborhood is reported very low- Misses Mattie Williams and Bes sie Sparks visited relatives in Lou isville this week Dr E J Brown was up from Stanford Tuesday to see W L Richards with Dr Adkins Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk spent Sunday with Mrs Houks parents Mr and Mrs S H Martin- J P Graham and George Proctor after an illness of several days are able to be on the streets again Mr and Mrs J W Rider Judge L W Bethurum F L Thompson Sr and Walter Miller are in the city Miss Maud Hansel has returned from an extended visit with her brother Elmer at Lebanon June tionEgbert Wallen special agent for the Q C railroad has been transferred from Somerset to Oak dale Tenn Frank Myers assistant foreman with Tony Brooks extra gang at New Hope was with bomefolks Sunday M L Denham is at home this week on account of the illness of Mrs Denham She is reported better at this time George Owens went to Stanford Wednesday to set up a monument to the grave of Mr Aling father of Mrs C H Rice Cashier W L Richards has been very much improved for two days It is believed that the change forth better has come iMrs Donaldson of Warsaw is with her brother Cashier W L Richards who is very sick with fever but improved over last week Mrs J W Brown and Misses Reca Baker and Alza Thompson went to Louisville Wednesday to see Maud Adams in Peter Pan at McCauleys LOCAL E B Cox sold to HM Jobn son one pair of 3 year old mules for 292 50 The Christian church is soon to have a new coat of paint a much needed improvement JE Dickey who has been managing the rink at this place since it opened has close down and gone toBurgin to take charge of a rink there The skaters say that the rink will go on as a club will be organized if some one does not take control Cecil McClary opened his new bank at Troy Ky lastSaturday under most flattering condititions Cecil is one of Rockcastles noblest young men and we sincerely hope that he will make a great success I have been appointed a com mittee to wind up the business o P W Owens now confined in the lunatic asylum and all persons f holding claims faKainst him will presentsame to me properly proven- by June rst Also all parties 1f debte to him wjlt please settle tame pnce i J fI rirfj1 i 9fftcJ r f f k County teachers examinations day and tomorrow toI Born to the wife of Charley Simpson a fine girl baby Rev Weaver will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening In a fight at Livingston nester day Hi Cox stabbed and seriously wounded George Durbin A time book belonging to H H Reynolds was found between here and Brodhead by Harve Bowman and left at this offic- eDowELLBowarANMr Sheridan Bowman son of I A Bowman and Miss Maggie Dovvell daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Doweli were married a few days since at the home of the bride The Rev M G Fish officiated George Owcns the oldest son of Mr Mat Owens was adjudged in sane Tuesday and taken to the Lex ington A ylnm Wednesday Fr over twelve years he has been un balanced at times but only within the last few weeks has his condi tion been anything like serious May 25th has deen set apart as Decoration Day at which time all the graves of the Confederate sol diers will be strewn with flowers a beatiful tribute paid each year to the memory of the brave heroes who fought and died for the lost causeThe Republicam Committee of this county met here Tuesday and called a primary for July 27th to nominate a candidate for to fill out the unexpired ternJof two years caused by the death of L Ll Jarrett The present jailer O V Jarrett serving under appointment and W M Barnet are the only candidatesTwo three years ago some tombstones were sent here to be placed to the graves of soldiers which we suppose were furnished by the government Some of those tombstones are still at the depot If seems that it would be the prop er thing for the local G A R to take the matter in charge see if the graves can be found and ifso have the stones properly placed Hon Joseph Bosworth of Mid dlesboro candidate for State Sens tor from this district was here Tuesday shaking hands with his Republican brethren Mr Bo worth served in the last legislature from this district and considering the number of bills which he succeeded in passing although the the legislature was overwhelmingly Democratic shows that he is a pretty good worker and able to handle his part of the swingle tree Since the Seventeenth district can always count up so mans more Re publican than Democratic votes in an election that we are compelled to have a Republican Senator we want to see Mr Bosworth land the plum From what we have been able to gather hegill get the sup port of this county BE CAREFUL People mailing second third and fourth class matter should be exceedingly care ful not to include any writing un less first class postage is paid Any package papers or matter containing anything written is subject to first class portage Post office inspectors are now making rigid examinations of the mails and fines have been impoed upon many Danville people during the past few months Of course the people were unaware of any viola tion of the postal laws but igno ranee of the law is not considered a valid excuse by Uncle Sam Boyle county Herald Special Judge LFrank Johnson has just returned front Mt Vernon where he presided for the past month on the bench of the Rock castle Circuit Court under appoint ment of the Governor in number of cases in which the regular judge was disqualified Mr Johnson sat in court there oreviouslv and each time he returnes more than ever P1esedwith the little mountain town Jle declares that never before has he met away from Frankfort suchvhospitab le wholesouled and 10v epeople as Mr Vernon holds and his slay there was most delightful His association with the lawyers of the local bar wad most agreeable and other reports from there are to the effect that Judge Johnson made a legalf1i hts county raonwealthsy Attorney is said to have asserted that he never served under a judge who uit dhim better Mr Johnson is said to laye been offered electron 1x the judjntpr by Republicansand p JT Ocr alikeifhe would consent to make H Jbpmer t 5F anlcfort Journtl iif 1- W jA st V ti i 7 fd it a Mt Vernon is soon to have an Examining Board of Surgeon We are unable to stae at this time what physicians will compose the board In order to test a principal of law aad ascertain it damages can be recovered on the value of property assessed to be the cause of a cer tain tai rate Andrew Mitchell of Keene Monday filed suit in the court of Justice Sandusky against the Iand A railroad company to recover too damages for the alleged killing of his dog Mr Mitchell assumed that in as much as he is to pay gi tax on his dog which is tax rate on property valued at 100 he has the right to recover too damages from the railroad company for killing his dog Jessamine News IN THE DISTRICT COUT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the matter of xA Bankrupt James C Hocker STANFORD KY May 10 1907 A meeting of the creditors of the of the above named who has been adjudged Bankrupt will be held at the office of the Referee Stanford Ky ou the 2oth4 day of May 1907 at 9 oclock A M to elect a trustee for estate ofsaid Bankrupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57 of the Bankrupt Act concerning roof of claims otherwise your claim can not be allowed I N SAUNDERS Referee in IN THE DISTRICT GOTJRTOF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY V In the Matter y of ABagkrupt Sidney C Franklin On this 6th day of MaAfD 1907 pn considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt lor discharge filed on the 6th day fMaYAD j997 JtisorderecFby the court that a hearing be had fiph the same OJl the Stbi day of hay A J 190- 7ll fejjlid c0 rt akq vtUJ9 ia 0 = I ft 7 V tt2 U DOLLARS Have Wonderful Purchasing Power You will find this fact tully demonstrated r FISHS CASH STORE Have YOU ever investigated the andoClothing offered byus If not now is the time Our line of Clothing Shoes and Hats for Men and Boys and Shoes for Women comprise the best selection havewe ever shown We have made a special effort and these lines speak for themselves Our Prices Are Right THE SHIELD BR- ANDCLOTHINGhas us that shoneYmakespa onage Especially this is true of clothing Theyarenone 1650LookMix some Globe Fertilizer with your corn when you plant and reap Machineryand t compelled Bankruptcy IIi C ASH I 9 said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published in the Mt Vernon Signal a newspaper printed in said district and that all knowu creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable John W Barr Judge ot said Court and the seal thereof at London in said district on the 6th day of May A D 1907 Jos C FINNELI Clerk By Gno C MOORE DC BKODHEAD resignedhisFine Knot Banking Co at Pine Knot Ky to accept a more lucra tive oiie as Cashier oi Citizens of Neptor Ky He will remain at home until July 1st when he takes charge of his new duties Miss Anna Cass has returned home from Pine HillMat Bow tang spent a few days with his parents at McWhorter in Laurel coun tyHomer Wallen of Somerset was in Brodhead Saturday and Sunday to see one of our belle- seJ K Wallen of Somerset spent Sunday with his family hereA- C Kid well of Lebanon Junction was here Saturday Mrs G W Brooks has returned to her home in Knoxville after spending two pleasant weeks here the guest of her mother Mrs M E Wilmott Mr and Mrs L B Hilton of Pine Hill are visiting their many friends and relatives hereMiss Minnie Gentry of Spiro was the charming visitor of Miss Lizzie Cable first of week Thos W Evans brakeman of Lebanon Junction is at kome jumpingEast Bernstadtlast Tuesday night Wm Watson and wife of Kirks ville have returned home after spending several days here the guests of Mr and Mrs JF Wat sonChan R Pike of Knoxville Tenn is with hitparentsRev and Mrs A Pike for a few days Mrs Susie B Cherry is attending the Commencement Exercises of Morehead Normal College where HiltoilentllCol1practice ot hjs professjori He will p found iuhtsolfictianrdirinther ifG Citizens Bank buildingMrs W E Sproule has returned toher home at Paris after spending sever al days with her parents here Mr and Mrs F Francisco She was accompanied home by her sister Miss jewel who will remain there two weeksRev A J Pike preached at North Fork Baptist church in Marion county last wee- kJ Thos Cherry and wife were in Lancaster last Sunday Mr and Mrs A V Smith are visiting in the conntry this week A letter from A C McClary cashier of the Bank of Troy Troy Ky says he is getting along fine and is located near the Brodhead the garden spot of the world Mr and Mrs W K Shugarsspent last Sunday with Mr Shugars parents at Lancaster W R Gott Co purchased 4200 doz eggs here last Monday Price paid I2fC per doz Granville Owens has opened Albrightcounties this week on business CityMoWm Adams Grant Sigraon and wife of Corbin were with his parents here firstof the weekMr nl Mrs Galen Rogers and Master Bennie Duke of Crab Orchard guestslofthis week on business Miss Bur dette Owens entertained a number of her friends very royally last Sat urday evening Those from a distance were A C Kidwell Leba non Junction H H Wallen Som erset and C R Pike Knoxville theyhatedhis soda fount in full blast The Fair Aug 14 15 and 16 1 IFOR SAlEOne saw mill flour and corn mill in good repair Will sell saw mill separate from other mills Anyone wishing a good mill shouldwrite me at once at Quail Ky as I am going to sell this mill to close an estate- Respectful1y GEO S PROCTOR LAND FOR SALE One farm of 124 acres on the waters of Bee Lick Creek near Bee Lick Post office Pulaski county Ky For further information see F L Just received car load American woven wire fence W E PERKINS 5loImo Crab Orchard Ky r hen the- hil4relI once homeI rol- Schooli They usually want something from s r the pantry YO To 1IiQmcIt with than food the use of btking powder I WienStfcey ICOOt inV TVlpe sure of the purity you must use ROYALBAKING POWDER I Rojil Mike a difference in your home a difference m your i a difference in your cookiDff ROYAL U aUohitety Poret j y 4 = j Jz i = P +o oooo iOod ooi oY- yd yRickets0Simply the visible sign that baby tiny bones 0 IIare rapidly enough 0 6 Lack nourishment is the cause 0o Scott s Emulsion nourishes babys 2 entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 o 006 OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTIE CIRUIT COURT Allen Adams guardian of W T Adams and James B Adams PlaiirifFs vs r Notice of Commissioned1 sSale Thomas Rowe J S Rowe Samuel Rowe John Rowe Mattie Kirby Sarah E Renner and William Rowe Defendants By virtue oi a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rend ered 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 best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 between the hours of 9 olclock a in and 4 oclock pm being regular county court day foaowmgdesA tract of land located in Rockcastle County 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 Mcl7erron on the East by lands of V M Kinley and contains 175 acres more or less excluding from said boun dry a tract of about fifty acres sold by the decedent W H 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 paidand having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C When your back aches it is al most invarably an indication that something is wrong with your kidneys Weak diseased kidneys frequently cajue a break down of the entire system DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys backache iufhraation of the bladder and all urinary troubles Sold by Chas C Davis Knights Templar from all over Kentucky gathered in Maysville Tuesday for the annual State en campment and the city has pit on gala attire fot the event A I DONT PAY ALIMONY- to f 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 25c Try them GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No im- provementst and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge laud and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 6 150 per acre takes the bound ary For further information address R L McFerron Mt Ver non Ky or this office fomSKIDnyWRI Makes Kidneys and FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN jBNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people for it The agents harvest tOCO1erSt Louis Mo REDUCEDRATES VIA juen 4 Cieseeot 1 Rout ONTHE ifirstariidThird Tuesday 4 of each month to many points j l SOUTHf Winter Tourist Tickets now on till May 31 J sale goo4retUrfliflg v 1907 1p rpartlCUlarSWrl TJ A k lI CI1NaQ 1oIVnnyf COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Valise Fish Plaintiff- vs Notice of Commissioners Sale A C Menefee Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment andorder of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court 1907into offer for sale at the front door of the RockcastIeIthe 27 day of May 1907 between the hours of 9 oclock am and 4 oclock p m 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 the Ninirod Menefee farm which is bounded as follows On tl e North by the farm known as the Katie George place now owned by J G Frith on the East by the lands of John Robinson the South by the lands of Lucy Hunt and on the Vest by the lands of and containing 120 acres For the purchase price the purchaser suretybearinguntil paid and having the force and ef 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 Congh Syrup It is BETTER than any other cough remedy because its laxative principle assures a health copious action ot the bowels andat the same it healsirritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflamation of the mucus membrane Contains Honev and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold dy Chas C Davia Two men have been arrested and are in iail at Princeton charged with scrapping plant beds in Cald well county It is expected that others may implicated at the trial Both men are nonassociation grow ers of tobacco KENTUCKY FAIn 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 25 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 34 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AND SIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Sendyour order for this combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i a year FllEyt KIDNEY UUfiL WILL CURE YOU of any caseof Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once D- onotiiskhayhgrJgsDis easeor Diabetes Thercis nothing ginedby delay 50c and 100 Bottli T f5ILCHAS C AVS COMMISSIONERS SALEc ROC CASTF CIRCUIT COURT J A Oliver Committee of Pate Jones Plaintiff vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Joseph M Norton Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court ren dered at the Mardi term thereof 1907 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the cour house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kenlucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 be tween the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m beingregular county court day on a credit of six months the fol lowing described property towit Two tracts of land located in Rockcas tIe Comity Kentucky and is bounded as follows FIRST TRACT is thus bounded Be ginning at a whiteoak about fifteen poles from the old mill now gone thence with the division line made between tIlt Dysort S 77 E 100 poles to a tame cherry tree standing just inside of a field and now in lane thence with a fence S 13 W 152 poles to a rock line of the original survey at a rock in the saidoriginal line thence with said line N11 94 poles to a whiteoak and two dogwoods in division line thence with jsaid 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 lands 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 now owned by George Live say containg about forty 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 and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honev 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 lor children and adnlts Chas C Da visJohn Smith the confessed con spirator who aided in the murdei of James Cockrill testified in the trialofJames Hargis at Lexing ton that Hargis had told him ii Frankford that he could get pardon for anybody in the penitentiary and Callahan told him he ought to stand in with the Hargis es Smith continued his story of the alleaged conspiracy and othei deICASCASWEET fot babies is the best remedy for colic summer com piaint diarrhoea and sour stomache It is especiaJl good in cases ol teathing when irritation affects the stomache and intestines CAS CASWEETais pleasant safe remedy containing neither opiates nor nar cotics all the ingredients are print ed plainly on the wrapper En dorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by Cbas C Davis Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of macnine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN WE GUARANTT SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the Nationa Sign Co Daton 0 writes under natoofQct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation I have ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get tiug the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrhsix years ago Money would not buy my tube of Nbsena if I could not get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money- backiif not satisfied Sample tube and ooklet by mail eo cents BROWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mpr Greenville Tens THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE OUJSYRUP llCouhs and sssU In Stembowels A certain uPendhoodn2c Nssrly U other coughcrei are constipating especially those ic Honey Ajar mores thbooh GOntina Ii Os5sL KENNEDYS lOau4 tbs Hooey Be- tUttfTM Io t Tei1ais M LAXATIVE HONEYiIDflB if1 i aWA TXI L o ft wrnr ob OHIOAQO u a Ail S c Mil TJ iri- sScrqggly Do you likeit Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The best kind of atestimonial Sold for over sixty years IXade ayf Ayer Co Lowell Xue saucturerLof Mrs S St jClearmont a year ago I of Foleys cured me ofa le of several It certainly is a and I it Chas C Wheat mirk tional the Chicago the general is fied by cond O Bears Signature of r St Many fered epilepsy St Vitus day well Miles ening N health shattered restored II endured not express WORKSSARSAPARILLA which followed y ot- 1licumatlsm sician but the d icine the worse votion almost ically saved by the advice ed a bottle of the first dose change for and when I I was well North Our little for three years tored with tinued to grow ten spasms in one our attention His Nervine We when he had tle the spasms nd have not been We Nervine shall always MRS Dr Miles druggist who the first bottle he Miles will refund Mount M anufa turer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vern9iiKy jrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fenced p B ALBRIGQT Manager k= i7cbMper than wood Wlll lMt aWetime liit Wi 11t14sf1 It LlN4 fl ARrh4CmaNMATL 0- sUIVsGsbswInsNiIomm riHieum ri f c4 J J IJ ORL1DO r Born lifcst Wednesday to Mrs Dave jrfullins a fine boy baby i Mother and habe are both doing iwellMiss Alice LaswlF has been visiting homefolts on Wolfe Creek THe many friends of Mr Wm McNewwilVbe plsesed to know that be is ctie to come to Brush Creek again after so long an illness IThe infant of Jasper O wciis died lat Friday and was buried Saturday at Maple Grove burying gjround Miss Ila Proctor is visit ing her sister Mrs J A Wood this week Today May ist at 130 oclock at the residents of Mr and Mrs George Haynes 306 Shankiin Av enue occjrred the wedding of their daughter Miss May to Mr J D Reams formerly of Rockcas tIe county KyRey XX P ear lock presiding elder of the United Brethren church officiated in the presence of J fifteen guests An elaborate dinner was served immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Reams will reside in this city Trenton Mo News Rev and Mrs Wm Williams were visitingin Berea last week Mose Ball is visiting homefolks for a few dasThere will be a SundaySchool organized at Mc News Chapel SundayMr and Mrs I A Chasteen were visiting Mrs George Evans SundayMr Elmer Coffey and aMiss Baker daughter of Bill Baker of Hum mel were married Sunday Rev Wesley Abney officiateclMrs- Hettie Mason who has been visit ing at Corbiq and Bertha returned home MondaMrs Martha Ma son and children of Pine Hill were visiting the family of Wesley Abney Saturday and Sunday J A Wood is in London on busi this wekRevt Williams preach ed at Maple Grove church Suhda owing to the absence of Rev Co kerMost all the farmers have taken advantage of the nice weatli er and about finished their COIl planting The little son of Jack Mullins of Pine Hill fell from ar apple tree and broke his arm Mo- ndavW A Chesnut and little son Tom were visiting at Tack Langford Sunday between trains fOLEYIIONETfAR BTM CeUsj FrcvMts PaIa A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Ther the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billjousness sallow skit coated tongeCSick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about eyes wornoutlook etc Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver makesTit do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aids doesent force Entire treatment 25 cents Sold bv all drug gtst M L MYERS DentistMt T FirstClass Work j OFFICEAt residence on Ok Main St kupwn as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be inoffice at BRODHEAL from MONDAY NOON to TUESDAY NOON each week CG Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY I OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention gives collections Phone No 80 jI C MeCLfc Undertaker R Jumbal mcr CoO IJe2 LINEofCMkfiUL IRoJbes c QcJers Telephone 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