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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t Published Every- Friday i nnui vvn Ignal VOLUME xx MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY PRIDA r MAY 24 1907NUMBER85t1ltt111I11titi919111i14llltlltfitt4i111611to4fl4filI91114 1t4ttfIf11191litiit R11IlfIQlSI l11t1lIf1tllRltli lltlltI11 J THEREAL THIN n == I = BRODHEAD C R Pike has returned to Knox yule Tenn after being at home for two weeksR G Wilmott is at Neston this weekH B Mc Clary was fishing in Rouudstone creek Wednesday I think his catch were very fewMiss Bettie Hicks has returned home from Wil more where she has been attending school Mrs Percy Benton and son Jno were up from Crab Orchard Wed nesday Woodyard Owens has re turned from a weeks visit to Miss Lizxie Storms at Keavy Rev A J Pike has been called to the pas torate of the Baptist church at Eu banks a fine selection for them we are glad to sayMiss Ethel J2 Hilltop has returned bpme from Morebead where she has been at tending school for the past year Miss Ethel was one of the gradu ates this year from the Morehead school The fire last Sunday created y great deal of excitement but the largest loss was a pair of10 trous ers belonging to Top Albright which were ruined in the fire Jop is chief of our fire de partmentHomer Wallen was u from Somerset Thursday to see on of our best looking girlsMiss Mattie Wilmott is visiting on Cop per creek this weekMrandMrs Walter Mjllfcr are in Louisville shopping this a large crowd of young folks gathered at Rev A J Pikes last Sunday and the afternoon was spent very visited heiparents Mr and Mr Jno Cherrv in the conntry last Saturday and are iad to say that Thrm Evans is able to be out again after being laid up with the rheumatism Mrs WA Tyree isverysick Mi and Mrs A V Smith and Miss Bettie Hicks are visiting the family HiattMisso Car tie Frith has closed her school nq Cant Be BeatWhen Good Clothes are trumps Our Suits cant be heatr = Honor Where Honor Is Due Good Dressers honor us with their patronage because we give the best w values =J FABRICS FELLOWS satisfactioninThe Bridle Off V r This Spring we are going to simply Take The Bridle Offof prices on 3 3 If saving from 25 per cent to 50 per cent on your pur chases is any object to you come and get your goods here for no where else in all this country can you match prices WLOUCLAS HOI IWHIrBIOmi E1BATS t U lilllillilttitlitiliilltililiiliilillliliilitlilliftlfliil iltilill lil11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 extinguishing weekQuite SPpleasantlyMrs SundayWe b n FASHIONABLE FOR FASTIDIOUS Taking CLOTHING oUlstockor tf7- tiiiilitlttlttlttliiitiijtll A special from Texington says Claude Williams the nine year deputyIthe remarkable experience it is stated of being struck squarely be lightIThe buy was brought to St Jo sephs Hospital here today The only serious injury he appears to have suffered is his eyes are terribly swollen and it is feared that he will lose his sight His face is also badly burned Yesterday afternoon while the boy with his sister and stepmother were milking the cows at their home near Stanton a storm came up and they were hurrying through their task when there came a vivid flash of lightning and a bolt from it it is said struck the boy and knocked him to the ground HeI soon revived however and as as possible he was hurried to the train and brought to this city treatment The bolt is believed forI have shot off from its target antto s life MORE NEWS FROM THB NEW ENG ANDSTATESe I anyone has any doubt as to the virture of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Al vin of Willimantic 10singJhfailure of so many reinedie ipall blhepletely He is now entirely well and free from all the suffering inci dentto acute kidney trouble Chas C Davis Kansas may force the railroads toodopta flaitatepf two cents for laint1wi1ibemmission urging that roads be requiredtp reduced fares J t WITHERS Farmers are very much behind with their work on account of so much rainThere was preaching last Saturday night and Sunday at Fair View church by Rev Dan MullinsMiss May Halloway was the guest of Miss Pearl Anderson Saturday night and Sunday Fred Mullins went to Mt Vernon Satur day on busines W G Mullins is assisting E Mullins a on in their storeThe little son of Dude Layer died of fever and was burned ThursdayMr J E Mullins is very sick at this writing Mrs Betsy Barnett who has beep slowlyimprovingThe this place is not running on account of a brakedownMrsIJ visiJingI fineIYd returned home Monday Co Where they attended a birthday party given in honor of Mr and Mrs R A Swin ford They report a fine time Clarence Durham has moved in our neighborhood from ackS CoJopie Durham the Ifttje s mot James Durham was hlni dunday May i3th He was accidently leayeeoflfriendstomorn systemlis impaired in the same proportion qoIt onesrJicQIlNational PureFoodarid Drug Law Sold by Jaic Daylsr v OTTAWA Miss Mary J Brown and little daughter Anna visited relatives and friends in Lincoln county Saturday Miss Lizzie E Sbwder one of Preachersvilles fairest belles has herIengagedinfor the past week was with home folks Saturday and SundayMost- of the farmers of this section ar about through planting corn Miss Lizzie Carson of Crab Orchard has been visiting relatives here the past weekMrsWilliam Quiver visited her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Brown of Lincoln county SundayJames Proctor is on the JiickistMessrs eubin and Elijah Wallen of neap Fast Bern stadt are spending a few days with homefolks Mr and Mrs Presto- Overbay visited J B Sutton and family Friday night Vessie Brown who has been confined his room for several days wit measles is able to be out again Eugene Brown and family of Quail spent Sunday with Ranson Brown and family 10ntpc I t = Brown Sr mi1ySundarJ dbusinswithhibcolaStringeand r t friendnWjlson failed to Jill hjs appaintmenf at lJnioQ8atmdav e SvrupJsbest makesitsuck as pills tabletn etc get the booklehand a sample oi= O o l Ju lDavis r v 4t= p n J sweLLBOOTfor people ii AHANDSOME allstyles 1 i1 ILeaders I American Gentleman and the American Lad SHO ES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes wither Iery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN o AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look ing for uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our line J CLOSING OUTWe are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and good in order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just o Ts aay Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able tO them before i FKRUEGER ccc SON x3ie8kic I 1 LAND STOCK AND CROP For the near future the outlook for the cattle trade seems to be sat isfactory says the Chicago Stock Journal It is generally believed that the supply of cattle will be sufficient for the demand and the consumption of beef will it is thought keep up Prices are likely to be remunerative to the cattlemen who did not pay to high figures for the cat tie at start but no one looks to see a high range of prices Within three months there wilLbe a great abundance of cheap cattle marketed from Southwestern pastures and that wiilot naturally cause a decided weakining in prices The shipment of cattle from New hasebeen seriously checked by a scar city of cars All the available pasture land in Kansas has been leased however and later in the season plenty of grass cattle from that region will be marketed at Kansas City It seems probable that the desirable beef steers will sell in the Chicago market during the summer season between 5 and poundsn WONDFRFUL ECZEMA CURE Onr 1itteboy hadexemafor five Herhi tors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then em ployed other tQlsb11tnQI benefit resulted Jy chance we red abou- 1eCtcigaitter9 bought a e ediiUpr9vep1eDtWe ouYt of all blood medicines and body oyicsGuaranleedat 50 cents The Kentucky Court of Aj p ate Tuesday held that poolrooms and hue kqt shops where gambling in any form tehatcvers carried on cat bMC1prciceededagaiust as a com mon nuisance and upon conviction theiinisance uiay be abated then htrsa 9 e was an hpuficbdtm a pap room cases from brickaEe t sbo p froo McCrtckea coumty L r 2 Established 17 i SHOE lll This isone Shoe what ICONWAI Corn planting is about over in this sectionWe had some frost here on Tuesday morning of this week but not enough to do any damage The oat crop looks well considering the bad cold weather thronghHenryWoodI apIteleg- raphy at different points along the line The company will make this a telegraph office with Henry as operator We are very glad to know that Henry got the office and wish him great success in his new positionMr Mrs U Berry are both on the sick list Mrs Berry being very lowMr J C Wood went to Mullins Statfong fishing this week and says he had pretty good luck caught two craw fish and killed four bull FrogsJ M Nave visit ed homefolks at Nichplasville thi- sweekFM Herst is looking af terthe saw mill business here now for the Rounstone Lumber Co Mr Herst is a fine fellow and un derstands the mill business Atty C Q Williams of Mt Vernon passed through here Tuesday en route to Berea where he had been on some professional business We are told that our old friend and neighbor Henry Hamlin who got hurt in a collision at Fort Estil agotcompromised with the company at Richmondlast week for 28cb MirMary Pullins daughter of Q Wv Pullins were quietly maniat the home of Mr Harvey Chenault- bet tot week We wish the young couple a long happy and prosperous life A NARROW ESCAPE G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk oIbada narrow escape 4 years ago when he ratia jimspn bur into his thumb He Says toamPxtatGbuthr it a box of Bucklins Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerpus wound seatCbu G Davis Drugstore y u THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IN KENTUCKY bythethree months has been concluded and the pictures of the successful SundayCourierJournal thousand photographs were sub mitted in this contest The three most beautiful have been selected by a committee of well known people These three will be en tered in a National Contest to find the most beautiful women in the United States Everybody will want to see the pictures of the most beautiful woman in Kentucky If you do not get the SundayCourier Journal br mail or through an agent send 5 cents for a copy of this issue of May 26 at once to the Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky and see the faces of the three most beautiful women in the State I MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route i Fort Edward NY Disoovervis Ithasalsoperfozmed cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this othersymptolBsleft perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply macveleus uNoother dYhasever equaledjtFully guaranteed bxQhas C Davis I James Hargis admitted ir his testimony in thee trial for the mnr den of James Cockrill that he lord said he was glad Cpckrill had been killed and said hefelt bitter puce t HargiswitneSses Were introduced by tire defense in the hearing at Lexing kIgetting 01t bjslOgs aifed atfende4 tt5Vie trial Jpriday OE thta fLfi Y1Ii t fo Wolt ij t Y1i ti11tj NIT VERNON SllNAk FRIDAY May 24 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United Stales SenatorJ C W Becklmm For GovernorS WT Hager For Attorney General John K Heml ricks For State Superintendent ol Schools M O1Vinfrey AgricultureJVFor Lieutenant Govenior South Trim bleFor Am1itorH1 Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafoon FQr Clerk Court of AppealsJohn n Cheitault We are authorized to announce O V JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer to till out the unexpiredterm of two years caus- edt by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov ofFWe are authorized to announce WM BARNETT As a candidate for Jailer to fin out the unexpired term of two years to ba voted for at the next November election 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 tt fWlItN the bill was up before the last legislature prohibiting railroads and express companies from ship ping liquor into local option terri tories it was pointed out to the farmers of the bill that it was con lid with the InterstateStateCom merle Act and would bof no ben efit to the local option communities but would be a great hardship on Kentucky brewersand distillers in favor of those of other states the recent decision of the United States Supreme Court sustains that contention It has decided that a man who lives in a local option district may order liquor from with out the state and it may be sent to him C O D aud upon the payment of the price at the local ex press office he will get the goods although he may not even have ordered it This decision also invalidates the law which says that a druggist or others who have a legal right under the statues to sell liquor may not receive it in more than five gallons shipments The Legisature willfully did the distill ers and brewers of this state a great injury and did not help the cause of temperance in the least The law should be repealed In fact most of the time of each Legis lature is taken up in repealing the fool laws made by he lastExT- HE attention of the city coun cil should be directed toward some of the filthy back streets and al leys four town and an order call ing for a general cleaning in the rear as well as in the front ofeery house should be made and then enforced Just such waste piles as can be found scattered allover the town is what causes disease IN a decision handed down Tues day by the Court of Appeals in the election contest cases of the city and county officials of i Louisville and Jefferson county a generarswep was made otevery office except the Circuit Judgeand Magistrate MT VERNON has plenty of or dinances and good ones too but the great trouble scarcely any of then are enforced POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The supporters of Augustus E j Wilson for tbeRepubhcauonnom ination for Governor are very much alarmed over the efforts of opposition Republicans over tne State to turn the tide towards the tnomination of fudge W imaw N- r Halt Advocates of Judge Holt u iix JjIt1 b rL iirfJ extrfifflely active in iM Western part of the Mate The siJt sitting Judges of the Court of Appeals have voted Jour to two to reverse the decision of Judges Kirby and Miller of the Jefferson Circuit Court in the con test of the Fusionists to oust the Democartic officeholders of the city of Louisville and Jefferson county who were declared to have been elected in the election of 1905 The Appellate Judges voting to set aside the election of 1905 are Lassiug ORear Baker and Settle The Judges voting to affirm the decision of Judges Miller and Kirby are Hobson aud Nunn The two dissenting Judge Hob son and Nunn will not hand down a dessentmg opinion Therefore on its face the decision of the Ap pellate Court will appear to have been reached unanimously whereas the vote was four to two The Kentucky crop report says that the month of April will long be remembered as the coldest and most untavorable for crops and spring work for many years The weather was cool and damp from the first up to the 24th of the month The themometer several times registered below freezing The warm dry spell in March had caused quite a good deal of corn to he planted This was a complete failure as all had or will have to be planted again The forward wheat where it had begun to point is supposed to be materially injured bringing the conditions down in month ten points I he oat crop was also damaged by freezing at the time of germination The peach crop is nearly all killed Plums cherries apples and pears suffered considerably but not to the extent of the peach crop There is a general complaint of the scarcity of tobacco plants The seed from some cause failed to germinate as well as usual The frost killed a good many where they were well advanced For the first time the flea bug is reported to have dome considerable damage to them under canvass The yielJ ofBurley of the 1906 crop is esti mated at go per cent of the crop of 1905 There is also a falling off of eight points in dark crop estimat ed at 92 per cent of the crop of 1905 Grasses and pastures receiv ed quite a set back from the cold weather The acreage seeded to clover and alfalfa is very satisfactory considering the failures in clover the last few years and the high price of seed The number of cat tie being fed and grazed are less than last year Hogs have also suffered a loss in number The number of lambs are nearly up the standard The potato crop is an average in acres The outlook from present conditions is not flattering or very encouraging to the tarmer The Blue Grass Fair of 1907 Will beheld at Lexington Ky the week of August 12th to igth inclu sive About 25000 will be given in premiums It will not conflict with any other Fair of importance in Kentucky or with any of the big State exhibitions It will precede the latter and thus will offer the first meeting ground for the prominent stock ot all kinds that will do battle down the big circuit A classification better than was ever had by any other Kentucky Fair has been arranged A preliminary prize list will be issued within the next few weeks Of course there will be racing for aj fair at Lexington without racing would be anonimaly An attractive speed program will be prepared and sent out in due course In or der to effect an organization which can be of very great mutual benefit and work with profit to desirable ends the secretaries of a number of thejnost prominent of Central Kentucky fairs held a meeting at Lexington on Friday Way loth Jouett Shouse Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair was elected per manenf chairman of the Associa tion of Secretaries and H C Bright Secretary of the Danville Fair permanent secretary The Association will have two primary objects first to arrange such a cit suit as will prevent any conflict of dates between the Central Ken tucky fairs that could prove injur ious second to secure the adop tion ofa uniform classsificatioh The meeting of May loth was merely preliminary to the future work of the Association It was deemed evpedfent on accout of the lateness of the dale not to attempt to really I anything into effect this year but avmeeting will be r 1 7 I S ICI hclil in January of next year and a cit dule of dates as well as a form of classification suggested and adopted By recent decision of the Uuited States Court of Claims in Washington a number of Kentuckians will be reimbursed for losses they sus tained during the Civil War and the heirs of A T White and Gen T T Garrard of Clay county will receive between 75000 and 100 000 For more than forty years Con greysand the Federal Court have been appealed to in behalf of the claimants who wanted payment for damages done the salt wells near Manchester Clay county by United States troops Judge J H Embry formerlyof Richmond has been counsel in the case for about thirty years Re cently Capt C C Calhpuu former ly of Lexington hasp beeri associ ated with him Among the beneficiaries are Captain Garrard of the United States army former Congressman John D White of Clay county Mrs Geo Mahan and Mrs W S Hager wife of the Democratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky and several others In 1862 General Buell believed that the Confederate forces intend ed to come to Manchester and ape propriate a large quantity of salt on hand at the wells owned by the Garrards Reids Whites Hortons and Chastaints The Confederates had frequently taken this course before arid Gen Buell concluded to order the destruction of the wells Consequently the prop erty was demolished Two years later Gen Garrard and other owners of the property asked to be reimbursed They proved their loyalty to the Union out were never able to get favor able action on the claim In the early 6os Judge Embry was placed in charge of the matter On several occasions he get it through the house or Senate Finally it passed both dranches but President Grant vetoed it It was then decided to try the United States Court of Claims Through BeckTthis was accomplished aud until now it has remained before that body At the next session the claim will be certified to Congress by the court and the money will be appropriatedExThe Count Bohi de Castellane against the decision of the court which on November 14 last granted a divorce to the Count ess de CasteUaue formerly Anna Gould of New York came up in Paris Tuesday Keep Your OpenItany doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the inkeepinghealthPeople somethingtobe a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will oil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak- people generally should never be given astrong physic as it weakens the system And it thereliefisslmplY beforeWhatPepsinPeopleandit is being better liked by more people every isItrouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach U1sthatandIssefortime or other by every member of the family superintendenthas kept her charges in perfect healthby the use of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin whenever stomp N0ootheryourself todayand watch the prompt and per manent results FREE TESTThose wishing totry rcaldI w can have a free sample bottle sent to their addressing the company This to that the remedy as is to those have taken It Send for it symptoms or disease Gentlest yet most for THEPUsuCproouctbearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 11S Caldwell Blrif tlMlto B- tW1A CARSON PAWTER 4 AND PAPERHANGER WALL PAPER RQpM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estlinsiefj J on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed j ir i F f If i rr 718 f x 3jc3cI BARGAINS X i VIm IF r My Present Prices will continue the Same as Last Week f J as we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS y PLEASE COMEf and i BE CONVINCED i11t IirELi r5 t c G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse tTTBARGAINS I u I A OMPUETE LINEIg I OK a NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL IMKllCHANDISE Remember that We have the I stat the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE ac 4 Of Clothing Boots and Shot Hardware and Qtenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods w H RICH Andrewsce ae Kentucky 3tac3ocg Bargains Bargains I have ust received a new line of Dry Goody jQtothing W At lower prices than you can find J any where inthe county Calico 5 cents per a yardI W And everything ese as eheapaccOldingly Produce f as cash Come and see me I you money on SBPetfully yours a i i WHBAKER rfANGEORl 1 KENTUCKY d 3K 1 t De WittsCarbolizedWitch Hazel Salve does heal on service it penetrates port rs and relieves pain caused by burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Beware of imitations Sold by Chas C Davis- WANTEDMen and women inw eachconnt as field managers to- replesentadvertlse and distribute samples of our goods SalaryS8- 9p month paid weekly and cash advanted for expenses No capital fff hr 1 1 Meat 10 cents per pound Sugar 5 cts per pound can savesame every purcJi notmerely the the promptly boils experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN ACO Depot WC Wabash Ave Chicago 111 Heres to your health and- bappiness DeWitts Little EaTy- Risersfamous little pills JNasty sick headache or bilousneSS play come on any time the curesan Early Risen Sold by Chas C Dayis Ct arlc XlBMMtlN MfMfeM tl t iM LlM II kff I t 4 i m 1JG cl7 1 L =gB J- iH ATTENTION I I s11IWhy Summer weather of course and t 1 Summer Goods 1 are nowon display at at ocr Store plete Come in and let us show you while our line is com I A C HIATTII HIATT t YOUR BANKING i No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies- to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash a 1111111111IIHIIH111111111111 71tHrttntntnttttt1Inmttttnttt Willis Griffin 3 3KAND 2- EUNERAL DIRECTOR = 3 c i Mt Vernon Kv 3 = Stock CamglteCan furnish on short no Mice Metal e Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = =done Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3 fEPhone No 63 3 7UUUUUUIU1UU1UUUU1UUUUUUUU1UUUUllUl11UU UUUN BRING YOUR Joe WORK TO THE SIGNALtI fi j MTVERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 24 190 up No 79 whenZ9Call vvnot to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 t 4l4aRR Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone N6V 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffic as secondclass mail matt- erPE11S0NAIi 4 Mrs Jim Baker is reported very sickMiss Mattie Baker is visiting in Will Thompson has malaria fever Atty John W Brown is in Louisville today U G Baker was on the sick list a few days this week- J W Baker the Livingston merchant was here Tuesday Mrs Jonas McKenzie has been very sick for several days Charlie Simpson will move to Middlesboro in next mouth Charlie McKenzie is suffering from an attack of malaria fever D C Poynter is trustee in the J C Hocker bankruptcy proceedings Mrs John Cook of Jellico is visiting her sister Mrs John Coffee- S C Franklin will move his jewelery store over J T Adams storeMrs Fanny Adams hs returned from an extended visit in Louis villeMrs Hiram Hurd is very sick at the home of her father George KirbyJesse J Cook son of the late J M Cook of Jellico visited relatives here this week Mrs John Taylor is with her mother Mrs Mat Owens who con tinues very sick Mrs John Moore of near Berea is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sr H Martin John Stewart and Dr R H Lewis were initiated into the M W of A Tuesday night Bennett Ballard writes from Cin cinnati that he is fireing an engine from Ludlow to Somerset L P Welch the handle man has moved into the property of A Pennington on Taylor avenue Dr M L Myers was in Louis ville Monday attending the Kentucky State Dental Association Mrs Neal Parrott has returned from a visit to her perents Mr and Mrs A Pennington at Livingston Mrs R E Thompson and daughter Miss Lillie visited Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs Poynter Levis Pillion passed through to London Tuesday to visit his par ents Capt and Mrs WR Pillign Rev Campbell will begin a series of one weeks meeting at Buckeye tomorrow evening at 7 oclock W A Fisher the barber and wife are occupying the first rooms of the Dr Myers property on Main streetUncle Henry Fish is spending several days with relatives here He sold his store at Wildie about a mouth ago to J H Branuaman Mrs W H Brown of Walnut Qrove spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs A Penning ton at the Eight Gables hotel Livingston Mrs Sam Cox was called to East Bernstadt on account of the seiious illness of her grandfather P W Wells who is more than four score years of age The many friends of county court clerk M C Miller are glad to see him again on the streets after a confinement to his room most all the winter He is still very feeble LOCAL FOUND A watch owner may have same by describing and paying notice WL ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky- STRAYEDOne bay mare with three white feet and blind in the nearrigLivingston re formation leading to her recovery LONDON SUPPLY Co nlaYz42t London Ky r b t i This once wil commerce work at an early date on the Brown Me mortal school catalogues Mr Silas Hirper aged three score years and ten died last Saturday morning of the infirmities of old age Judge James Hargis was acquit ted at Lexington Wednesday on the charge of complicity in the murder of James Cockrell The L N wiil sell tickets to Louisville June 18 and 19 limited until June 22 for 4 12 round trip on account of the Republican State Convention The grading of the street in front of the dormitory with the stone wall and iron fence which is soon to be built around the dormi tory premises will add greatly to the appearance of that portion of Taylor avenue To those who labored so faith fully in helping us save our store from destruction by fire on last Sunday we feel very gratslnl and desire to express our thanks for the valuable service rendered Yours very truly OOWDER OWENS WANTED Gentleman or lad to travel for Mercantile House of 25000000 capital If desirahe the home may be usedIs head quarters Weekly salary ofrog2- 0o per year and expenses Address J A Alexander 125 Ply moth Place Chicago Ill Christian Endeavor Societies of Kentucky representing all the Protestant denominations are hold ing their annual convention at Paris with large attendance and it is expected that much good will follow from the discussion of the work done in the various churches G T Johnson is thinking seri ously of disposing of his small dy namo and engine and putting in one sufficent to furnish two hundred lights He is furnishing light for W M Poynter at present and there are quite a number of others who are begging for lights What a pity thst the whole town cannot have lights As it is usually the custom to probate all wills as soon as practi cable we take it that the will of the lateM J Miller will go to probate Monday that being county court The report is current that the same has been read by the family and his entire estate which is variously estimated from 60000 to 100000 is left to his widow to dispose of as she sees fit Otto Hatcher who was hurt by a train Friday is doing very nicely His left arm is broken in three places and he has a rather ugly but not serious flesh wound in the side The accideut occurred while mak lag a coupling He is in the hos pital at Lebanon He fell from a box car near Livingston a few months ago and was considerable bruised up which kept him off of July for several weeks TOUCHED UllWbile in London last week attending court Rev B S Davault was touched up for his watch pocket knife and a small amount of money Rev Davault was stopping at the Hubbard house andabout two oclock intbe morn ing was awaken by a noise in the room as he arose saw a negro inan leave the room The last report from there was to the effect that the officers thought they were pretty close onthe trail of the thief The Rockcastle County Teachers Institute will be held in Mt Venion Kv beginning Monday June 24th 1907 and coqtjnue fqr five It is the law that eaph cerllificateexamined full ng the year shall at noItifstated above Rtspt G M BALLARD yoursI IFoolish speending is of poverty Do not be ashamed of hard work Work for the best bptworkidle Be your own master and do not let society or fashion swallow up your individuality hat coat boots Do not eat up or wear out all that you earn Compel your selfish body to spare something for profits sake Be stingy to your own appetite but merciful to others necessities Help others and ask no help for yourself See that you ate proud Let your pride be of the right kind Be too proud to wear a coat you cannot buy too proud to be in company that you cannot keep up with in expenses to proud to lie or steal or cheat to proud to be stingy in short be a man of integrity and individuality I on A town without a good live Commercial Club is not much town Under an ruling of the Court of Appeals it is illegal for a Magistrate to any work on the county roads even though he work under and through the road supervisor The court helds that the contract is with the county in effect and that such a ruling as had previously been laid down would open the door for graft it the Fiscal Court should be dishon was when some businessmen kept their names and wares out of newspapers because they said Nobody reads the adver tisememts anywayBut that was long long ago No one talks that way now No one believes it now No one attemps a susuccessful busi ness now without newspapers aid Even the lady shopper says itic much easier and pleasanter to look through the of the paper finding out what the mer chant has got and his prices than to bore the clerks for information and waste her own time Yes in these latter days people do read seek the stores from whjcb they come and profit largely The Lexington Herald says plans are on foot to merge most of the lumber and planing mills on the Kentucky river from Ford to Frankfort into one Among those mentioned in the deal are The Hughes Lumber Co of Nicholas yule and High Bridge the Burt Brabb Lumber Co and the Ford Lumber Co of Ford The Lumber Company of Valley View and the Kentucky Popular Lumber Company ot Frankfurt The capital stock of the newCom will be 5000000 if theQmer ofiThe Central Kentucky River Lum ber Company The improvements made on the Kentucky river in the last ten years has enabled the hum ber mill men to buildup a large business and the largest have come to the conclusion that now is the time to merge Among some of the men mentioned in the deal are W R Thomas Dudley Hughes J S Roberts A Vr Jack son and Messrs Burt and Brabb i r p J ir = B = 3 DOLLARS Rave Wonderfuf Purchasing Power You will find this fact tully demonstrated FISHSI- T CASH STORE Have YOU ever investigated the line of Shoes and Clothing offered byus If riot 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- ANDCLOTHINGExperience has taught us that the best quality of goods that can he sold for the money patronageEspeciallyThe Shield Brand Clothing has every quality desired in any suit of They are uptodate in style and for quality and wear theyare surpassed by none The 1650Look nIl IlIJdouband Rifdsell Farm Wagons hand See them lilt amended accept estTime advertisements advertisements therebvB Southern dealers clothing J1 I 1 J = = S = INCREASING TELEPHONE SERVICE The telephone is growing to be indispensible on the modern farm Looked at merely in a cold blooded dollars and cents way it pays tor itself every year in time saved ingoing to town and running errands about the neighborhood In a hundred ways the telephone saves time and helps to keep things go ing on the farm thus swelling the profits for the year The telephone is really more necessary to the busy farmer than to the city business man who sits with one at his elbow and talks with the man in the next room without leaving his chair The telephone is the connecting link between the city and the coun try It puts the farmer next door to everybody and everywhere In a social sense alone it is worth all it costs The neighborhood news is flashed over the wire before it gets cold It keeps the boys and girls contented at home and the monotony of a secluded life is brok en frequently for the mother f arid wife The advantages farmtel ephone cannot be overestimated because their practical utility is unlimited and where installed they are seldom taken out Ynu cant keep house without them after once learning the convenience timesaving and money saving fea tures of having one in the house Farm and HomeIWASHINGTON May 16No special delivery postage stamps will be needed after July i next to in sure the immediate delivery of letters Pursuant to an act of the last session of Congress Postmaster General Meyer today issud an order that on and after July I next the attachment to any letter or package of mail matter of 10 cents worth of any denomination of stamps with the words Special Delivery printed on the envelope or covering in addition to the postage required for ordinary de livery will insure that the article will be banded as if it bore the regulation special delivery stamp At lbeGt R Encampment in Louisville last week Professor Le- Vant Dodge of Berea College was elected Department Commander Professor Dodge js 69 years old and served iu the Civil War witti I the i jgth Ohio Regiment He has been connected with Berea College for 32 years occupying the chairs of Greek Mathematics and Political Science Hold exclaimed the lawyer for the defense I object What is the objection asked the CourtThe for the prosecu tion is trying to prove by the wit ness that my client is guilty of the crime charged in the indictment The objection is sustained de cided the Court Chicago Tribute The local option forces went down in defeat at Cynthiana the majority in favor of open saloons in that city being thirtyfour votes A general election in Harrison county with Cynthiana as a sepa rate unit has been called for July 6 and the whole question will be fought over again at that at that time CASTORIAFol The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of dSan Francisco police are investi gating as the result of the finding of a bomb inside a satchel left in a TheIexplode IFOR ShitOne saw will flour 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 aai going to sell this mill to close an estate- Respectfully GEO S PROCTOR LAND FOR SALEOne farm of 4 124 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 5ioimo Crab Orchard Ky LTttfBAKIIG Mase from Pure GrapeCrealR9ITartlr 1heonly excuse for buy nythinglmt Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Iia inisprice few cents more can than Alum fr Phos fjROPAL costs you a per phate of Lime buttjs worth far nore than the difference it ofreefrom the injUHQUIi effects of these cheapening substitutes Continued use of Alum means permanent in vrYtoheatr jI Avoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly ROYAL BAKING POWDER j J 1 f t f tr OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO OS O Convalescents need a large amount of nourish 0 0 ment in easily digested form 0 tScottJ Emulsion is powerful nourish 2 menthighly concentrated I It makes bone blood and muscle without z putting any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO44 COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRUIT COURT Allen Adams guardian of W T Adams and James B Adams Plaintiifs vs Notice of Commissioners Sale Thomas Rowe J S Rowe Samuel Rowe John Rowe Mattie Kirby Sarah E Renuer and William Rowe Defendants By virtue of a and order of sale of the RockcastIeCircuit 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 CountyKentucky to the highest and auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 between tIle hours of 9 olclock a and 4 oclock pm being regular county court day on a credit of six months tIle following desci iJed property towit A tract of land located in Rockcastle J County Kentucky on the waters Skaggs creek and bounded as ofI On tne South by the lands of Wesley 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 5dry a tract ofabout fifty acres sold by the decedent W H Rowe to his daughter Lucinda Rowe Adams and her heirs For tIle 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 with these terms G S GRIFFIN M C R C C Whenyour back aches it is al most invarably an indication that something is wrong with your kidneys Weak diseased kidneys frequently cane a break down of the entire system DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys backache infhmation of the bladder and all urinary troubles Sold by Chas C Davis Mercer county temperance forces have asked both candidates for JRepresentativd to sign a pledge tot support all local option measure t and one of them has agreed to vole for a bill making the State the JfiHti instead of the county DONT PAY ALIMONY to be divorced from your appendix y There will be no occasion for it if you keep your 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 drugR st25C- Try t them GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the boundary For further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Ver g non Ky or this office i FOR AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS liY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN f3 NOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woaldand lila visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREESend fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO REDUCED RATis VIA teen S Erespt f Route ON THE first and Third Tuesday Lof each month to many points SOUTH i Winter Tourist Tickets now on kX sale good returning till May 31 t 1 11907 For particulars write I f2fj CKINGCPTALeXington y COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Valisey Fish Plaintiffs Notice of Commissioners Sale A C Meuefee 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 best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of May 1907 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p 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 the Nimrod Menefee farm which is bounded as follows On the North by the farm known as tIle 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 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 Congh Syrup It is BFTTER than any other cough remedv because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action oi the bowels andat the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflamation of the mucuj membrane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the ati nal Pure Food and Drug Law Sold dy Chas C Davia The Commissioner of Corpora tion in a report to the President asserts that tbe history of the St udard Oil Company shows a destruction of competition and a consequent monopolization of the entire industry 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 3t3 days Georgetown Aug Q4 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 23Q days WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AN- DSICNAL 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 forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly Courier Journal alone is a year FtEYSKI- IINEY DUKE W1LLCUREYOU- of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take It at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There ia nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 BottUa REFU SUSSYITUTES CHAS D VIS COHOIISSIONEBS SALE POGKCASTE CIRCUIT COURT J A Oliver Committee of Pate Jones Plaintiffs Notice of Commissioners Sale Joseph M Norton Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court ren deredat the March term thereof 1907 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky 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 n and 4 oclock pin being regular 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 as follows FIRST TRACT is thus bounded ginning at a whiteoak about fifteen poles from tIle 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 field mid 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 71 W 94 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 bounded On the North by tIle Jands 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 Wallen heirs on the West by the lands of David Thompson now owned by George Live say containg about forty acres Ior the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from lay 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 reoommend it as a safe remedy tor children and adnlts Chas C Davis Few completions of any impor ance were brought in in the Kentucky oil fields during the last week and the week as a whole was 1a dull one although a fine strike was made in Wayne county and there are good prospects in Clinton county NtIJCUTS SORES BURNS RHEUMATISM 25fc CASCASWEET foi babies is the best remedy for colic summer com piaint diarrhoea and sour stomache It is especial good in cases of teathing when irritation affects the stomache and intestines CAS CASWEETa pleasant safe remedy containing neither opiates nor nat cotics all the ingredients are print ed plainly on the wrapper En dorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by Chas C Dayis Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Dp all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly 3 C FRANKLIN KILL TH COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discov FOR cONSUMPTION Surest Quickest for all THROAT LUNG TROTJB or MONEY B49L THE ORIGINAL LAXATIYECQUGHSYRUPFor ipelline Colds from the sys tern byleently moving bowels A certain relief for croup and cough cures constipating especially those contalninsr Opiates Kennedys Jajxativd Honey Tar moves the bowels contains- soOplatoc KENNEDYS Price 50clc100 Free Trial and Cure and LBS soaM tk Honey Be ca ertnr tattle Tak 1Iri1eIIsIeIIU LAXATIVE HDI t1ttAR TZ JU O eWITTAOOOHI AGO U A Soldby HAS C DAVIS For tne- Children TV succeed these days you must have plenty of grit couP age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot posslWy have poodhealth unless the bowels are in proper condition Cot ret any constipation small laxative doses ol Ayers 1liis vegetablesugarcoated IA Made LOWellJbSIIAlso lJers VIGORII II We have no secrets We publish medicinesLrTrY Mrs S Joice 180 Sullivan St Clearmonl N H writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend it Chas C Davis After a day of rioting violence and accident the second day of the Evansville street car strike ended with one man dead six persors injured and all street car traffic suspended Mayor Boehne called a special meeting of the Board of Safety and ordered 200 special policemen sworn in SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve painnot manytunestake them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from the suffeiing which they would otherwise be corn pelled to endure Their upontherather than weaken thlln For this reason they seldom lose their effective ness sutteredtorrheumatism and neuralgia palpitation or the heart shortness of breath sleeplessness and pain around the Pillshaveknow what I should do without them and they are the only remedy I have ever used that either did not wear usingwere such that I would be obliged to cease their use MRS S C ROBINSON 27 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn byrfalls he will return your money bulkMiles Mount Vernon Monumental J WORKS ofandlDGranite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application UEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky odhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Manager k a tiwart1 hiiill Fence Iron 1 IIceaperthan wood Will last a llfetlme1th- ljhsst tl8ftltft- K ARflltoN1l CINCINNATLO Gift IN Jeiije of lee rce Ion ieo ueo lei Jew pelcei1 swpeo xci aee i L ORLANDO The infant of Mr and Mrs Marion Bryant is worseGrann Ball had a good milch cow killed last week by the north bound pass enger tiain Tbeopolis Laswell was in Mt Vernon Tuesday on businessThe two little sons of D L Carter of Hummell have measles also Henry Treadway of Cove branchMrsIV D Laswell and children were visiting Mr and Mrs George Reames of Dudley Sunday The Sabbath school at Maple Grove is progressing nicely if it were not for some of the heated arguments between some of the older members David Laswell has bought out the store recently k ptby Frank Mullins John Owens will be the clerkMiss Margie Childress who has been very sick is somewhat betterPrayer meeting at Mc News every Saturday night JaCkLaswell was in Mt Vernon Saturday Dr W J Childress was called to Crooked creek Sun day to see Mrs Carr Allen Anna tee the little daughter of M rand Mrs Joe Wood of Conway is visit ing her aunt Mrs E J Williams Welington Mullins and family after a weeks visit with relatives have returned to Straight creek George Anderson had a fine mate to die last week Everybody remember the big meeting thats to be the fifth Saturday and Sun day in June at Maple Grove DEAD Sarah E Williams daughter of Martin and Poly Ann Williams and stepdaughter of Dr A McCracken Was born in Scott County Va Dec 3 1866 was married to Lewis M Owens in Scott Co Va June 12 1884 to which union was born eight child ren only four are living three boys and one girl She professed Christ when quite young and join ed the Methodist church andever since lived an upright Christian life She departed this life May 751907 at eleven oclock A M She had been an invalid for more than seven years of valvluar heart disease Though her suff ling was intense she bore it with the pa tience that only characteristic of a noble Christian heart who trusts all in the hands of the Supreme Ruler who ever watches over and cares for his children After she had shouted praises to her redeemer she called for all her friends who would meet her in heaven to give her their haud and shortly the end came May we each of us like her sO live that when we are about to leave this world of trouble that our last hours may be our happiest not for me dear loved ones As those whose hopes are vain For in that shining country Ill meet you all again Not in distress and sorrow Will I meet you up above But with our blessed Savior All will be peace and love- I am going to that mansion Christ said he would prepare And if you will serve him faithful With me that home youll share LCL C4B TC aABean ih6- Sigiiatiire of Ii M L MYERS DentistMt S FirstClass I Work J OFFICEt residence on Old Main St klown as the CC Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUES DAY NOON each week CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT arOFFICE On acd floor ot The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church istr attention given to collections Phjcme No 80 C MeLflY Undertaker Embalmer INE of Oas1ts ComvleteL c Orders by Telephone attend epromptly Stanford Ky frJ i oj4i AVfcgetablePreparalionforAs similating ilteFoodandilegulat- hug iheSloinacls andBowels of iiPromotes DigeslionCheerFul ness and RestContains neither OpiumMOl prune nor Ihicral Nor NARc OTIC JJtctfe ofOUJrSiMUELPtTCHSR ItSetI MxLSenna RodulbSJtt CtoSodyar forConstipalion Worms Convulsions Jeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK sTWT= EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER v = For and I I j r I I 1 1 girls need care advice 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