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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Published Every Friday v VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 14 38 tftvtttytttOO09 OO02R a assssssssseQ Q QUEEN y3 SHOES Fob V jolne 5 PRICE is a good salesman g QUALITY is a better one E Buy the = getQUALITY er ET If you wish to catch fish goto= in it IE If you want goods you zz must go to the store house itEI WE j By Giving Better Prices It wa = We have too many Dry Goods Clothing Hats Etcancl have gTaken the bridle off Prices and have turned theme loose = I am on the road Eto success and do- w w not want to buy a = return ticket EGRANrw 1111111111111111111111111111 County Claims The following are the claims al lowed by the Fiscal court Dr R H Lewis allowed for medical services rendered pa upers Georgia Ann Gadd Joe Northern Bill Sextons daughter and Icy Vanwinkle 50 00 John Robins alto wed for oil to oil courthouse floor 9 oo J F Griffin allowed for cost in case of J L Arnold against Rock castle county boo go Dr S C Davis allowed for schoolbooks furnished indi- gentchiIdren42 83 Bradley Gilbert Co allowed for codes statutes and other books furnished Rockcastle coun ty 74 65 Henry Gabbard allowed fo making coffin and furnishing lum ber for same for Maggie Seals 5 oo J D Hamm allowed for service- as constable 2 50 M J Miller allowed for provis ion furnished small pox pat ients 42 64 S C Davis for schoolbooks furnished indigent children i 42 M J Miller and F L Thomp son pauper committee allowed for necessary provision furnishe- paupers 1151 86 Chas C Davis allowed for med icine furnished paupers n 7 JW Todd sheriff of electto- and n T L Bullin Judge of election in district NO4 each allowed the sum of 3 04 6 08 Reubin Swinford Judge and T A Stewartclerk of election i n district NO 4 each allowed 200 4 oo Willis Johnson Sh eriff and Jnp B Owens Judge of election in dis 72jpbnOwens Clerk of district No6 each allowed 2o 4 00 J C Wood Judge and T J DC Pullins Judge and Bogie j JI4 nuu1 trltttl ia1907NUMBERlllllllllhllllllllllllllllltltlltttttlllttllttttlttttttttt ttttsittttutcitttt J J li UE RIBBON SHt71 of I iiIiiliiiaiiiUli Phillips Jlerk ofelection district no 3 each allowed 2 00 4 oo In Livingston precinct Joe Dickerson clerk and John Walton eachallowed 4 ooone day regis terand J S Galloway sheriff an- A C Carpenter Judge each allow 76IBrowns precinctE Bulloc- Judge and J J Brown sheriff eac allowed 280 J B Cummins clerk Win Walleu Judge each allowed 2 oo 9 60 Brodhead precinctJ M sheriff and B AYaden Judge eac allowed 4 64 Granville clerk and E A Cox Judge each allowed 4 oo one day for regis tering 17 28 Scaffold Cane precinct Joe Wil son clerk and John Willson Juuge Baumeachn errrff each allowed 2 72 9 44 Crooked Creek precinct O wen clersk 2 oo Hale udge and Walter Martin shiriff each allowed 2 92 9 84 Walnut Grove precinct John Nicely sheriff and T B Nicholas Judge each allowed 3 04 E M Whitaker Judge and W J Ren ner clerk eachallowed I0d08 allowed for services as election officer in 93z64 5G T Johnson for merchandise furnished Mid Gadds wife and John Robinson child pauper 4 10 W G Nicely allowed for burial clothes furnished James and Har Arnold3zlan oo- H K Mullins allowed for coffin furnished Winston Malicote a pauper 500 forJleant furnished for repa man courthouse and jailt45Jesse Reynolds allowed for keeping Betsy Reynoldsa pan peT 12 00 Rockcastle Home Telephone Go allowedtifor phone at court houseI IMrs M E Wilmott goods wares during small pox in Brodhead 38 25 J J Bullock allowed for good Paud5 45 Dr S W Adkins allowed for Alk50hSouthard allowed for medical services rendered pau persI5oo ha Ss W I Dooley allowed for clothes furuished daughters ofWm Culton and Mrs Green Berry 8 05 M D Anglin allowed for waiting U S Berry for caring for Thomas Berry a lunatic 39 60 W K Shugars allowed for medicine furnished paupers 25 oo Dr Walker Owens allowed for medical services rendered pau pers 15 oo John Mize allowed for waitin Dr W D Laswell for medical services rendered paupers 30 oo printing financial s ta t e m e n t s etc 107 po Dr S C Davis allowed for med i goDrvices rendered paupers 13 oo John Roberts allowed for guard ing small pox patients 1650 Georgia Ann Gadd allowed for goods and merchandise furnished cine furnished paupers i 35 ChildressialloNea2T for Dr W E Gravely allowed for opO5rendered county is jailer 64270 j ttttttttttttttttttJ W L DOUGLA and THE BROWN SHOE COare without a shadow ofa doubt the worlds two great My est Shoemakers Desirous of giving our M customers the best there is to be badwe ire showing both of these b WhenIbig Stock Quality tend = Price WE TAKE OFF OUR HATS TO NO MERCHANT IN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 3Mw CAN HELP YOUIYou ValuesLower itW 31each 0FxnALL iiiiiUliiliiiuaiiiaUiiiiiiiUiiliiiiUiiiiuiiiiliiiiii servics Penninglon Carpenter printing 07Wi poxpatients patientat Ji C fHUE p NOUSEffull SHOES for Women J F Watson allowed for medi 59DrPaynesa pauper 15 00 fornursing headII 00 coffinThos Cherry allowed for user chaadise furnished Qra Durham a pauperz 00 fodr rendered 15 oo R L McFerron allowed forserv ices rendered the county as sheriff 96Gmonths services as school tendentSOD oo S D Lewis allowed for ten months services as county attorney 500 oo L W Bethurum allowed for ten mouths services as judge 5oo oo serviIces servfr s IOUo J J Wood allowedforworkdon on county roads grading and grav 15Jdisc tarnished pan rsI2Ob roadfundIIooOOWas lavingston and godhead 65 = to thee former plate and 3Soo the latter j total f too oo Ordered ty the court that ea 115forfivWffi Jones magistrate rst dis trict allowed for three days servi ceSas speCial Iud8a of ltccktr tie count court J M Lear auwed for gcrv- as ices officer of general election for lhe ojothamSdutherlin a pauper 15 oo J L Ball for services rendered the county 3 io JANUARY CALL TERM 1967 i Dyer J S rtn ford C it S LL TV M have received large of the and the Lad SilO ured by the Shoe Co St Mo A goes with ev pair of or LADY Shoes If you are look ing for dont fail to call make room for our on which i f 5r Ve9t1yam you want to buy Shoes or not visit our get our prices and we will convince that we are selling Shoes than t ever able to buy them befoge o Merr ua s 1 York John W Adams each allowed 1350 the countys pro rata for nice days services as 67 50 F S Mullins allowed for books furnished indigent children 2 06 RH Hamm allowed for mer chandise furnished paupers 800 GM Ballard allowed for two months services as of schools 100 00 SI Lewis for two months services as county attorney TOO oo er 242 70 R L McFerron residue for services as sherift 132 96 M C Miller remainder of salary r 1906 12500 M J Miller and F L Thomp sari allowed the sum ofzo eac for services as pauper commit tee 40 oo Bradley Gilbert allowed for tax books and receipts furnish d W H Jones G gan Arnold H 0 Cable and Geo Robinson Justices each allowed eor services for holding this court 15 oo SB ak ing cemsiis ofMt Vernon common school district 4 od cer road in treasurer 9 00 P f29 and satire ordered cert fied toe Xuditor There is lio case of re peedilylievedbyThe main factor is the stomach of any st and the only esftbeof wlhdo 11 It a scientific pre rtfoD acids con fouTato the Pure Food stud Drug Ihtydruggist i Tar A SWELL BOOT oras wnabe C C3 AHANDSOMESHOE This all all Athe1 LeadersMiWeiAmerican Gentleman American ESManufact HamiltonBrown ours positive guarantee Ier AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICAN uptodate footwear linewCLOSINGOUT otherbrandsSpring Whether store fwere cheaper youVV ccc j fTKRUEGOTSON Hysinger supervisors superintendent jails yean 05rVOwensLo McKenzie 1907to Ytshchikilled indigestion ocdisorderiSi Kfd ofvegetable fdrms peopleJ QUAIL regularSaturday and Sunday A large crowd attendedMrs oOwensDr D E Proctor is in Louisville this week on businessPerry Carl ton and wife of Bloss were in thi part SundayIis attending the bedside of his sick mother Mrs Martin OwensDa- vid proctor and wife spent Monda night with their son Theard of near Small KyJohn Scott con templates going to Indiana soon SThevery sickEA Herrin continues about the sameJoe Logsdon better known as Emmett will leav luthehOwens is on the sick REMARKABLE RESCUE That truth ir stranger than fiction has once more been demon ofFedoaTennper He writesIll was in be entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and tQroatDoctors failed to helytnehnd all hope ha DrKingsThecouil1ingsoon rapidly and in three weeks was GualJlnftedforCugsand Chas C Davis drug store Trial bottle free Since RPtoOSOiwhobsnot yet been sworn in as Congressman from Alabama secured train to educate the farmers the has been cry from all parts of the country for the same service and some will get it A TEXANyMrlW Goodloe of 107 St IInthNeWLifebefore tried so effectually idsandbilliousnessrheydon Cl1i C 3t ladrUg Store H rt t f1 1 Establishedr 1887 f i n a shipment a shipment nottor c r 3 o b I a r HIATT Rev Tommy Smith filled his regular appointment here Sundays appointmentPer Adams we are glad to aIattendedslast week Misses Bessie Hiatt and Clide Lair returned home Friday from a few days visit to BereaAlbert churchyJack Henderson of Berea is the the guest of his cousin Walter Hy singer this weekDewit Pritchit ghisHiatteChestnut made a flying rip to Stanford Monday a rWABD Mr Hamp Daily of Mt Vernon passed through this section Sunday chappeldTaylor and family Johnson City ofdwife of Wabd spent Sunday with Mrs Robert Taylor and daughter GeorgeLivesay Rat140000MiMrs Stephen Cash SundayG S Live av Jr bought a yearling mule from J T Livesay for 8000 aeFrost in the Kansas I wheat belt helped the bull movement in Chi cago but the prices showed a slight falling off and did not re foundthatexagerated nForSCratches burns cuts insect coinmoil isiiEIsute t IT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 14 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Advertising rates wade known on application MKMBRR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W BeckhamFor S W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hetul ricks For State Superintendent ol Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafoon For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenault We are authorized to announce O V JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years caus ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to bt voted for at the Nov election 1Q07 subject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce TV M BARNETT As a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpi red term of two years to be voted for at the next November elec tion lrJ7 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOSWORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Senatorial district subject to the action of the Republican party do We arc authorised to announce- R 11 JOHNSON- as a candidate for the nomination for Rep from this and Laurel counties in tie next Legislature subject to the action of the Repulican Primary July 27th 1907 EITHER run a town with a vim or just sell out and loaf One thing must be donerun the town for all that it is worth get up steam and keep it up Do you want trade Bid for it Do you want business to come to your town Encourage what you have Do you want a prosperous town Then never permit the jealousies to rule your actions but work together for the common prosperity and mutual benefit THE drinking of an abundance of water will prevent appendicitis because appendicris is the result of constipation and constipation is the result of insufficient bile and in sufficient supply ofliquids Thats what an exchange says anyway If any body wants any further reasons theyll have to go elsewhere for were not here to run the doc tors out of =THE kickers on the farm are not so hard to get along with us the kickers in town On the farm there is the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule while in town there is the old mossback who want all the municipal improvements without paying for them The cow may be sold for beef the mule traded for a shot gun but nothing but a funeral will get rid of the town locker Demands for an apology and perhaps also for indemnity as a 4result of the anti Japanese riots in San Francisco probably will be niadeby the Japanese Government An international plot to overthrow the present Ministry in Japan has been confirmed by information re ceived in Washington and efforts are being made to have the Japan ese Minister from Japan recalled it being charged that he has betrayed the Government by sending in ffalse reports regarding conditions FranciscoJ THREDE FI HE STICK Ihave fired the walling stick Ive cariedover 40 sears on ac count of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a hap py man writes John G rrett of North Mills C Guaranteed fopifesurnsiet by Chas C Dasduggist 25c il MfteI ELEVEN ON BOAT LOST IN HAMPTON ROADSCRAFT- VANISHES BETWEEN SHORE AND BATTLESHIP Is Regarded as the Greatest Disaster to the Navy Personnel Since the Spanish War June 12The loss of ll1idShiP1men listed men attached to the Minnesotaeleven men altogether as reported briefly to the navy depart ment was one of the most severe fclowa that has fallen upon the person n lof the navy since the Spanish war In the estimation of the officials The first news of the calamity reach ed the department through dispatches from Norfolk Acting Secretary Newberry and Adm Brownson chief of the naviga tion bureau and the seasoned naval officers who made up the staff hoped that there had been a mistake because they had received no word from Adm Evans commanderinchlef of the At lantic fleet who was present in Hamp ton roads- A wireless message was dispatched from the station at the Washington navy yard directed to the fleet lying in tho roads Inquiring Into the ac curacy of the report Within a half hour the following answer came from Adm Evans dissipating the last hope that had been cherished- A ditty box belonging to fireman of the Minnesotas missing launch has been picked up afloat near Berth 27 and I am forced to conclude that the launch with all on board are lost Have ordered board of Investigation Steamer last seen at Exposition Pier about midnight Monday- In the opinion of the officials of the department Adm Evans had delayed sending this message until he had hausted every means of finding a trace of the missing men The sailors at the navy department said that there was always a chance that the launch had merely broken down her machinery and going adrift without control in the very strong ebb tides that swept through the roads had perhaps gone out to sea with her crew and passengers still safe havingsteamer the men had been hauled aboard while the launch had gone down Norfolk Va June 12It was stated authoritatively here that the naval officers have absolute knowledge of the identity of a steamer which ran down the laVmcH Jof Lhe uattlKshiji Minnesota in Hampton roads and that the arrest of the crew of the steamer Is expected to follow PORT OF SALVADORE SEIZED War in Central America Has Been Renewed Mexico City June 12 Hostilities have broken out in Central America A force of Nicaraguans assisted by Salvadorean revolutionists captured the port of Acajutla Sulvadore This startling news came to the capitol n the shape of a telegram from President Fugufircsa to the Salvadorean niiiiisUr to Mexico Manuel Delgado The Nicaraguans on board the gun boat Momotombo bombarded the fort and lieu landed troops The town Is now in the hands of the Nioaragiiau Ron Manuel Rivas Intense excitement prevails It is believed the objtxUlve point of the expedition Is the port of San lose do Cuatulanra and Ural President Ze lava of Nicaragua has declared war against Guatemala Second Storm Visits Duquoin nuquoln June 12The second of a series of June cyclones predictpl for Southern Illinois swept over this oily and the surrounding comimtnljy sand while it wis compartively brief in duration the damage inflicted will he almost as heavy as hat of lVIdays storm The AM K Zion nhuroh at the corner of Park anti Maple streets was totally demolished by the storm Shortly before he storm reached tire climax a man and child here seen to seek shelter underneath the church and It is believed they wer ernShedlShot Himself Twice in Richmond Va June 12 iftbreastof despondency spent In public houses and on the streets He Is in a hospi sayshedenly a few weeks ago when dress ing to go to his wedding and the sincehiswhere she and many friends were waiting Boiler Blew Up Brest June 12Asteamer whose identity has not been conclusively es tablished went ashore in the Strait of upJlndisteamer is believed to be the Yews a frultboat from Plymouth Elevater forBLIPhiladelphia JaJune men were injured two of them serious ly by Ute falling of an elevator in the big coal chuteof the Lehlgh Coal and Navigation Co at Port Richmond used for coaling vessels Thomas Baldwin slayer rrfour people died in the county jail at Bloomington IlL Wednesday from nervous collaps IAjorThi Kind You flaw Always BcGgSI Bears th- elipatve at ADRIFT FOURTEEN DAYS IN DORY STARVING FISHERMAN RESCUED AFTER TERRIBLE SUFFERING His Mate Was Drowned When Both Men Were Washed Overboard By a Heavy Sea New York June 13one of those ocean waifs who at frequent intervals are lost In their dories while fishing on the Grand Banks off Newfoundland was brought Into this port by the Cun and liner Carmania still suffering from 14 days of starvation exposure and hardship while adrift on the Atlantic He was Louis Vollet one of the crew of the threemasted French fishing schooner Mimosa from St Malo France His dory mate was drowned when both lien were washed overboard by a heavy sea which al most overturned the little boat The Mimosa was at anchor on the edge of the Grand Bank when Vollet and his mate left the schooner on the morning of May 27 to take the fish from his trawl which was stretched away for several miles from the ves sel Before they could return a storm came on accompanied by dense fog The fishermen could make no headway against it and their dory was blown far away A heavy sea broke aboard and washed the two men overboard Vollet scrambled back but his mate disappearedFor Vollet subsisted on the sea biscuit with which the dory was provisioned and drank the rain water which fell in the boat hut the seventh day the food was exhausted and Vollet faced starvation Although Vollet was in the pathway of the ocean liners he was drifting south of It and for eight days he watched in vain for the ap proach of a vessel He kept track of the passage of the days by cutting a notch in the gunwhale of the dory each night- When the lookout of the Carmanla sighted the craft on Monday last 14 days after Vollet left the Mimosa he was feebly trying to scull his dory so as to head off the steamer Capt Warr brought the Carmanla to and Vollet was lifted on board He was placed In the ships hospital and a concertwas given at which a substantial subscrip tion was taken for his benefit He will return to France an soon as he Is able CONSCIENCE TROUBLED HIM Murderer After 35 Years Voluntarily Returned to Prison Austin Tex June 13John K Aiken who has lived for more than a quarter of a century near Hot Springs Ark where he js a prominent member of the comiiiunMy was granted a full pardon by Gov Campbell for a murder committed in Texas yeilre ago Aiken was 18 years old when he firod into a passenger train near Gauze Tex killing a man named 1 R Scobe He vaSt lld convicted and sentenced to a life Imprisonment in the state penitentiary TJe escaped after serving IS months lIe went to the home of relatives near Hot Springs Ark where he lived unmo hosted during all these years lie mar ried and raised a family of children During all this time he tars that his conscience troubled him and of late years decided to obtain peace of mind by coming to Austin and volun tardy surrendering to Goy Campbell which he did a week ago Friends rallied to his aid and a peti tion for his pardon was submitted to the governor The petition was favorably acted upon Yacht Robbed New York June 13Jewels and valuables worth nearly 10100 belong ing to Mrs Russell Hopkins of Atlan ta Ga were stolen from her husbands yatch the Adroit A member of the crew an Englishman who Is said to be missing is suspected of having decamped with the valuables and fled to Europe Russell Hopkins is a wealthy young banker of Atlanta who caused a sensation last fall by his elopement with Miss Vera Siegrist of this city Sentenced to Rock Pile Cherokee Kan June 13One of the most drastic moves ever made to enforce the Kansas prohibitory law was taken here when four saloon keepers who pleaded guilty to violaj Jng the law were fined 100 each ordered to pay the cost of the suit and were sent to 30 lays on the rock pile effective at once Can Not Be Citizens Los Angeles Cal June 13Japan ceo immigrants who threatened pro ceedings against the county clerk an nounced that they will accept the rul ing of the department of Immigration that subjects of the Emperor of Japan must not he grunted the privileges of citizenship Quarreled Over Money Los Angeles June 13Frank T Edson a lodging house keeper shot and killed his wife and then blew his head off The couple had frequently quarreled over financial matters Battle With Rebels Kong TCohg June 13 Insurgents have attached the village of Yung Ohun where they burned the military ynmen A provincial punitive force went in pursuit of th Insurgents and engaged them in conflict Ten of the soldiers lost heir lIvs IGover1or Little Sinking Greenwood Ark June 131ovJohn S TAttle ls again near to deaths He has taken no nourishment for three days and his loss of vitality Is no tlceable His physician says hops it top longer entertained for recoyery According to the crop report of the Agricultural Departmet the condition of spring wheaton June i was 897 compared with 93Iatt- he corresponding period last year 6ragalnstkilled his daughter Gladys aged nina years by forcing cat bolicacid- down herthrtlat I f i is J IUJ C 0t- t ftfll C m 4K LrkA aqj iL BARGAINSi My Present Prices will continue the Same as Last Week as we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS PLEASE COMET and fy BE CONVINCED o rJt GT JOHNSON oI K STORE Opposite CourtHouse W BARGAINS i 4 3 rCDq a r I Q COMPLETE T1 NE IIII j st at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE t c x Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queens waare Groceries and Dry Goods I Andrews W e H RICHKentucky WANTEDMen and women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary8n per month paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C Wabash Ave Chicago 111I Lawrence Jones of Louisville took took three tiet at the International horse show in London winning two thirds with Jane and a second with his Poetry of Motion AmericaWiTorses landed m any of the premiums Gov Charles R Hughes was the principal guest at the com inencernen exercises at Columbia University w Ir CARSO Nr r PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER W1LPArERRQOM MOULDINGS ETC Let US make an estimate on work hefpre placing your order All Work Guaranteed What to do DyspepsiaDieting America and just as years ago we as a nation overate so now we are under otherMancompeteinIt is not however the tact that you butthatnotcuretheproperdiseaseYOUrsorer bed tonic laxa tine name indicates Dr Caldwells ingredientsneededaccording to the explicit directions on each bot Bndsnyofheartburn sour stomach bloated stomachhlves stomasobgeetlepteasunt nremedY1aHarry orSaatllKoheaontractedseveretrle tothe regiment Dt CaldwellS Syrup PepBla whlehaepjoaipUjbegan to use It not oDly but increased his weight pounds Wf seatsorthat to you FREE TEST wanDrCaidWeYs r IIAI t beige seat te Sub home br therfaeidhiveiwmftemjrf stomach or feml disease IetIl1est oldfelksflUIUO VERDICT o So 8 ed Sn t8ftctlItIrstwKrPEPSIN SYRUP CO itg slldg MmtlMlto III When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts tittle Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by Chas C Davis drUggistI m a 0C D 2Cl u = r = H ATTENTION I III- jtt Listen to the best news of the season What is itjjl saur and iIIWhy Summer Goods 1 toretplete A Cs HIATT HI ATT KENTUCKY YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies Ts to the men and the women alike I 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 nnnnnttntnnnn Willis Griffin PRACTICAL H 3 3FUNPRALMt Vernon Ky = = Stock Complete Can fno= balming5dQIi52 3 5S ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3= Phone No 63 2r111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl1111111111111 11111111111111 BRING YOUR JOe WORKi TOTHE iG SIQNAU r 1T VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Juue 14 1907 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi cute with SIGNAL 79 h 1w iR t TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north i 340 a m 23 south 124 pn 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofllce as second class mail matt- erPEItS0NAL Mrs Cleo Brown is in Cincinnati Master Will Thompson contin ues very sick- Shirley Tale is with relatives at Wildie this week Mrs George Owens was here Moaday shopping Sadie Richards has been very sick for the past week Alex Pennington was here this week vsiting relatives Mrs F L Thompson has re turned from a visit to Stanford Attorneys C C Williams and W Brown are in Frankford today Mrs J J Cook of Blanche Bell county is visiting relatives at Pine HillMarshal James Taylor is able to be on the streets after a weeks illness Ben Parrett has returned from Berea where he attended school last ear Mrs Neal Parrott visited her par ents Mr and Mrs A Pennington weekW Taylor of the Bee Lick section was here this week visiting motherMaster Pope Briscoe has gone to Alabama to spend vacation with relativesYJ Wand George Proctor were in from Quail looking alter some business matters Mrs T J Pennington spent Sunday until Tuesday with relatives at Livingston Sam Cummins who has been working at Kuttawa for several months has returned home Mrs D E Davis has returned from a three weeks visit with her husband in Anderson county Miss Frances Sparks has return ed from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music for summer vacation Attorney J W Brown attended the burial ofJudge J B Fish at Williamsburg Tuesday afternoon Mrs D N Williams who underwent a rather serious operation in Cincinnati yesterday is doing nicely We are glad to note that Cashier W L Richards has recovered sufficiently to stir around in his roomRev Weaver will preach at the Presbyterian church this evening tomorrow evening Sunday morn ing and evening- S Fuqua the livery man has been gone for a week carrying dtummers through some of the Eastern counties Miss Sisson of the Brown Mum urial faculty is spending a few days with the Misses McFerron before leaving for her home Capt M F Smith attended Commencement exercises of Loret to College of which institution his daughter Miss Elizabeth was a student Agent J A Landrum was called to Bowling Green first of the week on account of the serious illness of bis brother He has returned leav ing his brother much berter Misses Mattie Baker Rilla Hiatt Jennie Davis and Bessie Mullins attended the Sunday school con vention at Livingston Tuesday They were guests of Misses Flora and Florence Pentyngton and Cora AdamsMrs J P Hutcheson and daughter Miss Uta of Owenton Miss Tot McAfee Lewisburg Barbee McAfee Cashier Pine Knot Bank ing Co H H Hutcheson Mr McCoy of Kirksville and Cashier and Mrs J W Hutcheson were guests of Cashier and Mrs M B Saliu Rev and Mrs M G Fish at tended the convention at Living ston Tuesday Amanda Lee the little daughter of Bob Lee has been sent to the school of reform Mr Rickels who has hen con fined to his bed so long is gradual ly growing weaker G C Fish was with his brother Judge Fish at Williamsburg during the Judges last hours Miss Eva Fish and brother Jno spent several days at Williamsburg with their uncle Judge Fish during his last sickness- W T Davis the efficient and ever faithful foreman of this office has been confined to his room most of the week on account of sickness Miss Maymie Furguson teacher in the Institute for the blindI at Louisville is at home for vacation Spurgeon Smith son of tiles Kittie Smith and a student in that school came with her LOCAL Born to the wife of William HyI singer a girl- S C Frankling has moved his jewelery store over the general store of J T Adams The six monthsold baby of Hir am Herd died Wednesday morning of spinal meningitis For good goods at reasonable figures visit the store of G B Sutton Bee Lick Ky Mr and Mrs Tom Baker of Langford are rejoicing over theI arrival of a girl at their homeI The person that is always butting in and trying to do a little ofI everything never does anythingI The policy of life insurance carried by the late M J Miller amounting to 507475 has been paid by the New York Life J W Proctor was here Wednes day and told us that he had sold bisI farm of 132 acres near Quail postI office to J H Barnett of Shelby county Price x30- 0LosrBetween Mt Vernon and Buckeye church a pair of gold frame glasses in a leather case Return to G S Griffin or this otj fice and receive rewardIWANTEDHickory and White oak Spokes Will pay the best market price Also Hickory and Whiteoak buts Will give price on application W H CARMICAL Mt Vernon Ky There will be a Union Singing held at Brodhead Fair Grounds July 4th All the classes of Rock castle and adjoining counties are invited to take part Program will be published later Com News reached here a few days ago of the death of Dr L L der at Parsons Kansas DrI Sowder has been in a very condition for several years He was a son of Mr A C Sowder of Level Green one of the couutys best and most substantial citizens We have just added two new presses to our job department and are now better prepared than ever to turn out firstclass job work All work done in this office is done under a positive guarantee ifnot satisfactory the loss is ours A business man is judged to a large extent by the kind stationery he uses and poorly printed stationery is worse than none at all This is one week that sickness overtook almost the entire SIGNAL force and up till yesterday morning it looked as though it would be impossible to get out any kind of a paper Indulgent readers if this issue falls far short bear with us for it is the best be could do Neither editor or printer able to go the office part of the week has been our predicament and to supply printers on such short notice is almost an impossibility in this day and time John Frederick came near being killed by lightning Tuesday afternoon He was picking strawberries in an old field near town and when the rain came up took shelter un der a tree Lightning struck the tree under which he was sitting tearing one side of it into smithereens the bolt running down and off of the root on which he was sitting into the ground The jar so completely paralized him that be was unable to move for a short time and for some time was unable to use his legs He was carried tot town and a ter a few hoursreI covered sufficiently to walk to his home t J r u m = a 1 ffi lli Ir m CLOTHESTTSATISFY fit I Its certainly a pleasure to have a Suit that satisfiesfa suit you know is right in every way and that feels alloverI 1 as if it fityouyperfectly Fab Ifric the latest cut and tailor ing absolutely correct a suit t you can examine from the top of the collar to the hem of the trousers and find no youItl Regular 1500 Suit now S1245 HI Walk on so can You I Star Shoes than any wear and like I sell the Star the kind on the heel for star on the heel no i 1 t H I a k tn n FARMS FOR SALE I have two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 34 miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements For further information address- G B SUTTON R F DNo i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Ky Judge J B Fish died at his home in Williamsburg Monday at 1025 P M A truly good man gone to his reward Judge Fish a native of this county and belonged to one of the countys most prominent families For feveral years he had been a sufferer and about the first of last March he went to Hot Springs to seek re lief from his very great suffering Instead of finding relief it seemed to work intirely to the opposite and returning to his home he soon found himselt in even a more seri ous condition than before Pa ralysis came upon him and for more than three month he was almost as helpless as a new born babe His suffering he bore with great fortitude and bravery seldom ever making ccmplaiut Besides his wife and three bright children Kd Elizabeth and Am brose he leaves one brother G C Fish of this county and one sister Mrs S L Whitehead of Norton Va The remains were laid to rest in the Williamsburg cemetery Tuesday afternoon BRODHEAD Mrs J H Dunn and mother Mrs Edwards of Knoxville Tenn visited Mrs F Fran cisco first of weekMrs G W Brooks has re turned to his home at Knoxville Tenn after spendin g six weeks here the with her mother Mrs M E J W Hutche e son has as her guests Miss Alma McAfee of Harrodsburg and Miss Uta Hutcheson of Owenton B R Wilmott of Lebanon Junction is at home for afew days Jno E Evans was in Louisville first of weekJudge L W Bethurum was here Monday with H H Hutcheson J H Vanhopk visited J Thos Cherry first of churchIwiil been received for the Regular 1850 Suit now S1090 Parker nuptials at Rocky Mount Va on June 9th Paticulars later We are authorized to announce Henry L Smith a candidate for Magistrate in District No i com posed of West Mt Vernon Round stone and Orlando voting precincts subject to Primary July 27 1907 MONSTER WAVE Swept Village of Gradyville Leaving Death and Destruction Columbia KyThe most horrible disaster that ever occurred in the his tory of Adair county resulted In prop erty loss that can not be estimated and the loss of 21 lives Gradyville a village eight miles west of Columbia 01- 1Big creek was almost completely swept away by a waterspout Twenty one buildings were carried away and 21 people lost their lives In the frightful catastrophe while many others were injured Dr L C Nell state senator from the Sixteenth district lost his wife and four children in the flood A wall of water ten feet high swept down upon the sleeping inhabitants of the little village crushing their homes like egg shells and drowning them without giving the slightest yarning The wails and cries of the women and children were heartrending as they were carried down stream Some of the bodies were found wedged between the forks of a tree Gradyville with a populationof only about 150 and IS miles from a rail road station and situated in the nar rowest part of the valleyIt Is only about 200 yards wide at the place was the natural sufferer as just above the hamlet several small streams emp- t Into Big creek and all were joining their overflow to that stream NEATLY DRESSED Was Thla Crook Who Was Captured Near a Kentucky Town s Shelbyville KyThe capture of a crook was effected by local police just outside of town He had in his posses sion all the paraphernalia of his class including five saws bottle of acid for metal and bar of soap a fine automatic pistol 50 rounds of ammunition and very large twobladed knife He gave his name as Edward Carter That he has been operating in Cincinnati is shown by a pawn ticket dated June 6 for 440 marked Crown Loan office of Cincinnati When found he was by the side of the state pike with a fine bay mare That the animal belongs to Wm seems hardly credible The local authorities believe that he is the maa who murdered Sheriff Har ris out west He had 1567 in cash He was neatly dreswed ACCUSED HER HUSBAND of AttackingWhite Girl and He Nary Ijwlll cXnahl Regular 1250 Suit now S990 Lexington KyTo even up ll old score with her husband Burnls Young- a negro his wife Matilda went to the residence of Nimrod Coborn a promi nent farmer of Bath count and ac cused her husband of attempting to assault Coborns 12yearold daughter Carrie Young was arrested an hour later by the sheriff and narrowly escaped lynching at the hands of an gered citizens The child denies accusation made against the theI but on account of the source from which it came credence is put in it There are two negroes in jail at Ow InRBvllle charged with criminal assault Minister Receives a Flogging Fulton KyRov Frank Morton Hawley pastor of the First Presbyte dan church and a most highly respected divine of this city was horse whipped by W W Meadows a Je ing capitalist and driven from the city under threats of death The flogging which has created the most profound sensation ever known in Fultons his tory came as an aftermath to the di vorce suit of Mrs Meadows who but a few days ago filed a petition for dl vorce alleging cruelty Creek Caught Fire Campton Ky During a thunder storm here lightning struck an oil tank containing about 200 barrels of oil setting fire to the oil After the oil in the tank had burned out oil which had run into the creek caught fire and burned for a mile down the stream Must Decide By Lot Frankfort KyInthe contested trustee election of H A Stegman against Louis Cook from Campbell county the court of appeals reversed the lower court and directed that the election be determined by lot as sack man received 235 votes Cloudburst in Dig Sandy Valley London KyThe Big Sandy valley was Tlelted by another bringing the stage otthetiverto 38 feet at Plkeville and 40 feet at Louisa Many houses were inundated Addressed By Judgd ORear Lexington Ky Judge E C O Rear chief justice of the Kentucky court of appeals delivered the address to the graduating class of the law school at Kentucky university Twelve young men were graduated Noted Horseman Dead Lexington KyJ R Hickey one of the most widelY known turfmen and breeders ot thoroughbreds In the state died of hemorrhage of the throat Be ing a member or the firm of Hickey Bros he trained lind raised Goo Goo Two Lick and other good ones Dogs Wanted For Raiders Hopkinsville Ky Gordon Hoover of Hanson Station reported that he had a fine bed of tobacco plants destroyed He asked for bloodhounds to be used in trying to track the guilty parties ro1EriIlOQYADTAI M JU IIIPerhapswearing Clothes that fy satisIIII THEYRE HERE FOR YOUR CHOOSING We want YOU to be one of the satIsfied For the next few days we willoffer somethingSPECIAL in Mens and Young Mens s Suits in all sizes We Must Sell Themi Regular 1000 Suits now S745 I Regular 850 Suits now 390 Stars sellmore Brand other Shoe made andover four thousand people them them original Brand Shoe with the star Look the accept other ofrheumatism WilmottMrs Hutcljesou Republican FAVORS UNIT LOCAL OPTION Kentucky Democratic Aspirant For Governor Gives Views Frankfort Ky Judge Her democratic nominee for governor of Ken tucky declares in a letter to the cur rent issue of a temperance paper that he will if elected Jo office favor and encourage the enactment of all rea sonable and practcahle measures that make for and truly advance the cause of temperanceHe approval to the county unit local option law and the development of that law to fully meet the demands of the people He further says that he will stand for the strict enforcement of the Sabbath observance law Judge Hasers letter is in response to one written by the editor of the sue making inquiry as to the democratic candidates views on the ques tion of temperance and the further ex tension of the county unit local option proIcountry HAT RIM ENCIRCLED HIS NECK And Huffman Was Found YValkiny Around in a Small Circle Shelbyville KyLlge Huffman a tenant on the farm of John Hughes near Hempridge while returning with an ax on his shoulder after repairing a fence was struck by lightning on his head and the beard on his face and hair on his breast was burned off When found he was walking around In a small circle in a dazed condition with blood flowdng freely from his mouth and nose bareheaded with the f m jcrf his hat around his ned the i rest of his hnt having been completely burned The ground where he haJ fallen when struck showed signs that he had rolled over and over for nine time and he was nearly covered with blood He managed to get to the house of his employer and a physician was summoned at once It Is believed that he will not live FALLING TREE Kills a Farmer Extensive Damage Done In Kentucky Ashland KyA disastrous storm swept over this city and Catlettsburg causing extensive damage Telephony wires were blown down electric light service was cut off glass fronts of stores were blown in awnings swept away and the Camden Interstate and A C I roads washed out Reports from all over the county show that the damage ig general John Weber a farmer near Lawson was struck by a falling tree in his yard and instantly killed Much dam age was done to crops by rain and stock was killed by lightning Encamp at Jamestown Lexington KyCol J Embry Ali 1th announced that the Second regl aW iIi1U camp this year at the Jamestown ex companiesPwill attend and the militiamen will re ceive half pay The latter part of July or the first week in August will be selected as the date for the encampment Powers Trial Set For July Lexington Ky Judge Rolins has appointed a special Judge to try Caleb Powers and has notified Judge James G Sims one of the attorneys for the defense that he has called a special term of the Scott county circuit court beginning July 29 at which time Powers will be trIed- Kentucky Belle Weds Major Hopkinsville iQMaj O S Rad ford assistant quartermaster of the United States marine corps whose home is in Philadelphia and Miss Katherine Manson a Kentucky belle were married here at the brides home Rev Wallace Nourse D D officiat ing Monon Train Is Derailed Louisville KyThe southbound passenger train oh the Monon from Chicago was derailed near Greencas tle Tnd The engine baggage and mail cars went over a 25foot embankment One passenger was reported injured Red Rust Appears Lexington Ky Owing to the frequent rains dreaded red rust is mak ing its appearance in the wheat fields and unless dry weather sets in serious damage will result The blue eras seed crop is almost a total loss Chinn Is Warden Frankfort KyThe state board of prison commissioners appointed Geo Chinn of Mercer county a son of Colonel Jack Chinn warden of the Frankfort penitentiary Chinn Is a former sheriff of his dpuuty Kentucky Women Meet Shelbyville KyThe Kentucky Fed eration of Womens clubs began its annual session bore Mrs Graham Lawrence of the Travelers club Mrs Ed Hall of the Womans club and Mrs Charles P Weaver of Louisville are on the program as speakers One Year For Shooting Frankfort KyTle sheriff of Row an county brought Tom Collins to the penitentiary to serve one year for ata bushing and shooting at Ben Martin Collins father and two brothers are now serving terms for housebreaking Definite arrangements for the encampment of the Kentucky State Guard at Jamestown feve been made by AdJt Gen Iaruxlat r TheFi regiment will go fitst leaving Louisville about July r to qe followed in turn by the other regiments Icro A3isrstb IIfpaftrte AiM KiM AtIIys t t 2= r i ooooooo oooooooo 6 oo ooo 0 0a- D The effect of Scoffs EmuLsion on thin 0 9 pale children is magical tgItmakes them plump rosy active happy contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites X and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone 2 and so put together that it is easily digested 0by little folk DRUGGISTS 50c AND lOOi 0ALL oV8aaoOO eQI 9 6 ce4 W1LDIE Rev Green Fish filled h s regu lar ap oi tm nt at this place Sun d ySeveial from here attended Berea Commencement exercise Mrs A T Fish and Mr Ellen Gillen weie visiting relatives and Jr ends at Lancaster and Mt Ver non first of the weekHarve B winan was over from Mt Ver non last Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Crawford ire visiting the family of H S Branaraau first of the week Jesse i Fish was over from Hiatts last SuudayMisses Anna Brauaman and EUa Adams were visiting at Berea last weelMrs Julia Proc tor and daughter Miss Ida were visiting Mrs A C Towery last weekMiss Bessie Fish has re turned home after several days visit with relatives and friends at BerlaMr and Mrs Graves of Corbin were the pleasant guest of their iister Mrs H S Branaman first of the weekMiss Lava Fish visited at Berea last week YOUR LIVER is your best friend or your worst epemy Active its your friend Torpid its your enemy and its army is Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache etc DIMONS lIVER ILIS 7AND TONIC PELr TS j irnake active strong and healthy- ii relievingliver Complete Treatment 25o Sole by CHAS C DAVIS and getyourmoney back if not satisfied tube and Booklet by mail IOC BROWN MFG CO St Louie Mo GreenwvilleTenn iI GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunuel 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 takes the boundary orI50 per acre For further information ad dress R Lt McFerron Mt Ver nou Ky or this off- ice1AMONl 8BONE FORNER IL CUTSSORESBURN i RHEUMATISM ZSfc FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD t AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BUYAN J82TNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the weald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES H VIA Jn E Descent Route 1 ON THE ciFirstand Third Tuesday dfT 6ach month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tick snOwon J saie good returning itill May 31 1907 For particulars write fC KING C P Ti A Lexington jKy THE MAGIC NO3 Nunber three is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Ced ir Grove Me according to a letter1 which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becomiug greatly discouraged by the failure to fidd relief I trier Elecric Bitters aud as a result I am a well man today The firs bottles relieved and three botle compled the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomache live and kidney troubles by Chas C Davis druggist 50c President Roosevelt will be at the Jamestown Exposition again on Monday to delivertwo addresse and take part in the celebration of Georgia day After reviewing the fleet of American and forsign war vessels he will deliver his first address from the grand stand A military and naval parade will follow after which the president will visit the negro exhibit and the Georgia building where he will be given a reception by the women commissioners In the afternoon he will address the National Editorial Association and then return to Washington CA S TC nxABears the This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats the matter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy is aching naughty old pain go away Cascasweet mother must give her then shell bright as the day It is sold here by Chas C Davis druggist KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officer of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug 143 days Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford Julv 73 days Henderson July 235 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days daysISpringfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL t AND SICNALB- oth one year for only S15O The Presidential election is ap proaching 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- Send your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i a year FFOLFYSruLci KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU 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 Disease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 BottUaK- EFUSI SUBSTITUTM CHAs C DAVIS CON WAI Toe ladest rain yet for a long time fell here Saturday evening ot last week the streams got on a boom in less than one hcu after the rain began to iall JMessis J C and D M Chenaultof Rich were here taking an invoice of the stock of the Round Stone Laud Co in which they both have an interest Old corn is very scarce here and he prospect fora new crop is poorThe blackberry crop prom ises to be good It is about all in the fruit line we can depend on for good things to eat to be made out o thisseasou cropMrs Charl e Kelton and children ot Morning View visited Mr and Mrs M L Keltoa last week Mr Chambers Oldman the ac oomodating clerk for the Round Stone Land Co visited Mt Vernon Sunday Mr U S B rry and vife visited their brotherinlaw Air Sid Asbel at Climax Sundav Miss Rfcua Smith is on the sick listMost all from this section who could get away took in the commencement at Bra last week Mr Harvey Chenault wants to rent the Harvey Sigmon property to some one to run a boarding house for the benefit of the travel ing public This is nice property and some hustling man could do well to run a public bordiug house hereWash Clauss who has been in bad health for some time has lost his eye sight It is something unusualup to this time no one has asked for the public school at this place usual the field is full of applicants for the school before June rMr Davd Chenault of Richmond ate his birthday dinner with Mr and J J Wood Sunday June 9th i bsing his 70 birth dayYoung squirrels are ripe how long befoie the law is out ABiliOuSAttack Symptoms Sour stomach nasty taste in mouth sick headache sallow complex ion the world your enemy CatlSe Constipation inact Ive liver overflow of bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights before retiring with JVImLC flMON5 DllI TONIC PELLETS One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cts Sold by UHAS C DAVIS andgetyourmoneybackifnotsatisfiedSample CoSt na 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 machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN KILLTHECOUOH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION PriceI j Surest ant Quickest Cure for all THROAT ana LUNG TROUB LES rc MONEY BAGS THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE DOUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In thesySternbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates L8ntlysHoney the bowels contains no Opiates The Ret Clover somand the HoneyS is on eveij bottle KENNEDYS WSSi HONEYMTARntZFAUB I 6 bcWITT A CO OHIOAOO U S At Sold by CHAS Ci DAVIS 1iA V = Buy Hair- atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going gone nStop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years KlBL Made 1Alaovers PILLS Unfavorable crop conditions and badweather during the last week have had a bad effect of the stock market and most all the available capital has been already absorved by the small securities issued by the railroads A prompt pleasant good reme dy for coughs and colds is Kenne dys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It contains no opiates and does not constipate Contains honev and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist HeadacheSufferers J Do you want reliefin just a few moments and no bad aftereffects- If so you have only to take Dr Miles AntiPain PillsIf subject to headache have them with you always No harm can come from their use if taken as directed as they contain no opium chloral mor phine cocaine chloro form heroin alpha and beta eucai tie cannabis in dica or chloral hydrate or their derivatives Ask your druggist about themIt me great pleasure to be able to refer to the Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills as the best remedy we have ever had In our house for the preven tion and cure of headache My wife who has been a constant sufferer for years with the above complaint joins me In recommending Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills hoping they may tall into the hands of nil who suffer J I BUSH Watervlelt N Y Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WOBKS 1M a nufajurerandD bALE H inMarbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application ttEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky rodheadMarbe Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B AtBRIGHT Manager ttwari Iron I Fence Cheaper tbtn wood Will isat a lifetime itttMrtrdt VMMs FtirSt Leek MwARCINcATr O m Ml fctU ri Inm Um h MrttlJ lafre ftleci will MixiM IM C9 M see I ORLANDO Born to MrsJoe Dooley on Jine the twehh a girl bnby asi to Mrs Frank McNew on June the filth a fine hoyMiss Docie Mor gan of Berea was the charming visitor of Mrs Lillie Hundley last weekMr lames McGuire of near Johnetta who was reported very sick some weeks ago died last Friday Miss Kizzie Ponder of Dudley and Misses Minnie and Pearlie Owens of Cove RiddleI attended the ercises at Berea last weekOne of the twin baoies of Hase Smith died Sunday and the other one was reported dangerously sikMis5 Birtie Robinson of Red Hill was visiting relatives here Friday and SaturdayMrs Leslie Clifford was visiting the family of Tom Clifford Satur day and Sunday Miss Myrtle Hayes is the guest of Mrs E J Williams this weekMrs Dora Lejer is on the sick list this week Mr Frank Mullins who has a position as operator at Grants Tun nel was home from Saturday until MondayDr W J Childress was up from Liviugstor Monday to see Mary Heltonwho was very sick Mrs George Evans and children were visiting Mr and Mrs John Evans Saturday and Sunday- S elJa the two year old child of Bogue and Belle Laswell died June 5th at Blanch Bell Co after an illness of two days The remains were shipped to this place Thursday for burial and was laid to rest the same evening in the family burrying ground at Mr David Laswells The bereaved parents have the sympathy ot all the entire community in their sad hour of afflict ion But your loss dear friends is heavens gain Stella was a sweet lovable chiid and a favorite with all that knew her God in his infinite wisdom saw cause to take the spirit of you darling and transform it into anal angel of light Therefore ycu should rejoice rather than mourn to know that your precious baby is in heaven beckoning papa and mamma to come Her voice so sweetly youll heai no more And her darling dimples no mort will see But seek consolation in Jesus and He will comfort thee Bert Barber of Elton Wis ayshI have only taken fourdos tfS of your KiJney and Bladdei Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine ha ever done lam still takng the pill as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeW itts Kidney and Bladder Pills which are un equal for backache weak kidneys inflamation of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treatment for 25C Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Steve Adams who confessed tbat he was the accomplice of Harr Orchard in the chain of murders in connection with the strike oi the Western miners may go i n the stand and tell a bloody story of his work His confession may be used against him and it is said to be even more horrible than the story told by Orchard M L MYERS DentistMt 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