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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ t Published Every Friday jJ untltro tlJi ignlll =VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KYFRIDAY JUNE 21 1907 KUMBEB 39 1 rtW icJfJ u fl Nr4lTtilf1f119311T1I1i1f11111 t tttt1tttt ttttt1tttttt1tttt lt1t11111 TAE BEST STYLES = 00 In Rockcas le Countywhen wit comes to the newest and most uptodate novelties in Dress Goods Clothing Shoes M =Hats and in fact everything M you can think of The very best and most critical buyers o concede the fact that we have =no equal in the county Our goods have the genuine East- ern= snap and Western dura bility Two good combina motions = I b 1ii 1 I I 3ROTxH 2 o We are not selling at icost but our prices are equaled by few and low- Bred f M by none ff i The size of our stock and the quality of our goods is surpassed by no merchant in Rockcastle 15 and if it comes from Ba kers its all O K 1 A E U57EBjOWN jj E BLUE E RIBBON a5nOfS M E ran w 80 =w r w f- Sr r GIRL 3 Theres nothing g E like LeaiF When properly i o put to get er We have the Goods Come and for goodness sake doM not vforgeIour i pocket bookv = milltilitlltllilit1111111iiltlftililfliliiliiiitll1l11ltil iliill llll j- lUi GQ- tJ L r r If LIY1NGSTOJ Hon S G Muncey Government Meat Inspector of Kansas City Mo stopped off here a couple of days last week calling on his old friend DrWebbJA Bul lock our hustling barber has re turned from Barbourville where he was called last week to answer to 6 indictments He succeeded in J beating them aUMessrs J W Louisii publican State Convention r Mrs John Shearer and family oi Paris are spending the week with Mrs Shearers parents Mr and Mrs J C McGuireMrs Ed Quinn of Paris is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs HayesDr and Mrs Childress spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Anna Belle Dishon of Lan caster is visiting her sister Mrs R A Whitehead Miss Cora Ad ams re urned home Monday from an extended visit to Miss Bessie Mullins at Mt VernonMisses Mat ti Baker Rilla Hiatt and Jen nie Davis of Mtv Vernon were visiting the Misses Pennington at the Eight Gables last week Miss Mayme Tones stopped off on her way from Conway and spent the night with Miss Emma Penn ingtonMiss Fannie Langford of Hiatt is the charming guest of her aunt Mrs James Anderson Mrs Ed Woodall is visiting her mother at Level Green Miss Lizzie Fish back returned from Lexington last week where she attended school at State College Miss Lillie Woodall of Hazel Patch spen several days with relatives here last weekMrs David Griffin return ed to her home at Jellico after an extended visit with relatives here 7 Mrs Bowman mother of Mr Harry Bowman will spend th- Burton e summer here = Miss Nora is spending this week with relatives in the countryMiss Nettie Rice returned Tuesdayfrom a pleasant vist to her brother Walter Rice at LebanonMr and Mrs Drum mond left Sunday morning for the East to spend a month They will also spend sometime at James town before returning- Mr and Mrs Preston are visit lug friends and Relatives in Lout ville this weekMr and Mrs W G McGuire of Illinois are spending a short time Mr McGuires son Tames McGuire Willie Me spentMpart week with bomefolks Chas G Givens is spending this sleek in Knoxvilleand Maryville The S S Convention was well attended and was a success The county officers were elected for the year and some very interesting ad workeersMrs Will Ward and family of Hyattsville arrived Wednesday to spend several days with relatives here = Roy Adams was seriously hurt by a handcar which wrecked in No 6 tunnel It is hoped the injury is not seriousR A Sparks is in Nashville this week Frank Longmire spent a few days in Coal Creek last week Ben Brummittis suffering from a severe attack of fttij amatory rhea matism f lt i 1 The new Russian election law reducing Polish representation in Parliament to complete insig nificance is causing the deepest gloom and indignation in Warsaw The leading Papers this morning declare that a revolution is im possible against the overwhelming Russian forces and the Poles are only able to give their cause to the andIREMARKABLE RESCUEI That truth ir stranger than fic tion has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C VPepper He writes 1 was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and Doctors failed to hely me and all hope had DrIstant relief came The 1 ehleedingdimhiishI for cugs and colds 500 and too at Trialbottle 1 BKODHEAD Miss Montye Martin has return to her home at Mt Vernou after spending one week with her cousin Miss Gertrude Martin Miss Francis Forbes has returned to her home at Level Green after spend ing two weeks here the guest of her many friendsGentrv Bros of Mt Vernon are painting C H Friths Big Store This will be one of the greatest improvements in our town during the Summer Born to the wife ofjTilden Frith a ten pound girl christened Viige IoPeB E Snyder Supt was in to vn Tuesday nightrMiss Sallie Evans has returned froma two Weeks visit to relatives at Berea R G Wilmott was in Louis ville and Lebanon Junctiou first of the weekH B McClary has returned from a two weeks stay in Pine Knot Dunmorand Louisville A M Hiatt is in Louisville taking in Fountain Ferry and White City Miss Cora Griffin of Mt Vernon was the charming visitor of Miss Elizabeth Pike and Maude Watson N Giles Carter tf Gratz was here to see Cashier Hutcheson of Citizens Bank MondayMr and M B Salin of Mt Vernon spent Sunday in our cityWhen in town be sure and see C H Friths cold storage erected by Bowers Son Dr Benton and family have re turned home from Crab Orchard Springs We are glad to say the Dr is much improved in health George McFrith is visiting his aunt Mrs Monie Dunn at Dan ville Miss Katie Cass is visiting KnoxvilletTenn C E Gravely of Rocky Mount Va is the guest of his uncle Dr W E Gravely for a few days Miss Eliabeth Cable is at Mt Vernon taking the teachers exami nation The Fair you should not forget leas it is going to be thbiggest- one I JfUyelDate Aug 14 15 fic 76Mrs J P Hutcheson has returned to her home at Oweutou Ky after spending a week here the guest of her son J W Hutcheson Woodyard Owens has returned home after spending two weeks in Cincinnati O Covington Newport and Ludlow KyMiss Alma McAfee who has been the charming visitor of her sister Mrs J W Hutcheson has return to her home at Harrodsburg Miss Uta Hutbe son left Sunday for Rocky Mount Va to attend the Hutcheson Parker nuptial which were solom ized on last Wednesday morning at the home of the bride Mr Hutcheson is well known here and is at present Cashier of the Kisdee Trust Fidelity Banking Co at Jacksonville Fla Miss Parker was a very charming sister of Mrs W E Gravely at this place and was well known here on account of her many visits here to her sister Here s to them wish ing them a very successful married carreerW Tyree is at home for a few days from Dunrnor I There is no ease of indigestion no matter how irritale or how ob stinate that will not be speedily re 1i Thevtc stomach o1a y disorderis rest and the only vaytd rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will do it It is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids containing the very amejnicesLfQund in a healthy stomache tt con forms to the Pure Food andBDrug Law Sold by Chas C Davis druggist The names of Attorneys H G Sandifer and Emmett Puryear of Danville will be presented to Gov asICoutvacancy caused by the recent death of Judge Reed S Nicnols Senator JnoT Morgan of Ala bama most noted figure in upper branch of Congress and an authori ty on the Pannama canal died in Washington Tuesday night A FORTUNATE TEXAN StLouisthe past year I have become ac NewLifePiltsbefore tried so a UvdfPo e TheydontChas C Davis drugstore i k EccRsri f o 0f1tt r 4 I Pf1lCE 4 4- 5W1LL tg 4OTfJ forfashio 6ie people J 1887 X y A- is tS1DSOS14OE Ieaihers allstyles t wo Our adetsrI f We Lave just received large shipment ol the American Gentleman and the American Lad SIlO ESpianufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co 7t t Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or B ifiAMJiJRICAN LADY Shoesr ou arc look E ing for uptodate fo twealJ dont till to call i and see our line y CLOSING OUTp 1J We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and goodill order to J1 i make room for our 8Jrinshipment on which tfl we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not justwhatwe r t Whether yon want to buy Shoes or not visit 0111 store get out prices andyc will convince ekFKRUEGERii I PROGRAM Fourth otduly Celebration AT Brodhead Fair Grounds JULY 4 1907 to oclock AM song by all Devotional Exercises by Revs M G Fish and Jauies Cummins Song by Freedom choir 1030 Welcome Address by Rev A J Pike Song by Union choir Response to welcome by Rev Metcalf V Song by Maretburg choir I oAddress by Rev T M Smith InSong by Zion choir rt3oAdjourn fordinner 130 P MSong Going Down The Valley x Brodhead male quartette Address by Mr Ed Gentry s ooSongl by Stanford male quartette v Classes will all sing alternately j 230 Address by Mr Sam Chandler r v Classes will sing alternately 300 Address by Jacob Elder r Classes will sing alternately 330 Address by Rev M G Fish 1400Classes will sing alternately oAdJourned7 by Rev Metcalf IEverybody invited to come and bring full baskets and lets spend a piofitable and pleasant day Plenty of good drinking water furnished free There will likely be more speakersand choirs that win take par than those advertised IN THE HOG LOT plenty6fwhat the pigs need to make bone andgnuscle Good feeding is giving the hogs lust what they will eat up clean and bynu means allow feed to be left in the trough Even if you are giving your hogs and pigs plenty of sl pyou should give them access to fresh water asit is a healthy giver Keep your pigs growing and the older the pigs the more the f edJut it should be increased gradually as the pigs grow Do es1yThis is the time of year to look ehw nrw Ve N1wiR Established i3 all i oThis Le Thursday after your pig bed Use pledty of common salt on the ground before you put in fresh bedding You should also be careful to clean out beds good before you use the salt IFor scratches burns cuts insect s the manp little hurts com mon to every fatuity DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis druggist It is given out that Caleb Powers fourth trial for complicity in the murder of Win Goebel will begin iJnly 29 at a special term ofcourt JsEr Robins who was appointed by Governor fieckhamto try the case CONWAY Mr Chambers Oldham was in Richmond and Mt Vernon last of week The Roundstone Land Los great clearance sale will begin the 20 and end22ndFrank Todd of Richmond is enjoying the great Conway water this weekMrs Florence Willis daughter jRrBerry who has been tives in Illinois for the past six months returned home Monday seasonOutborhood only one swarm has come out No honey Both public and farm work hands are scarce in this section even at good prices CinIhead were the charming guests of Miss Nettie Oldham last week They drove from this place to Be rea and Miss Evans came back on the next train saying she was so in love with the place or some of the people she could not stay away Mr Joe P Chenault arrived just in time to say farewell to her but says he expects to visit Brodhead in the sweet by and byMr VH Chenault who has been quite ill for some time has gone to Richmond All of his friends hope he twill be greatly improved when he returnsMiss Mayme Jones of Mt Vernon was the guest of her sister Mrs J J Wood this week Judge Chenault of Richmond is a business caller here this week Bert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four dos es of your Kidney and Bladder v Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done lam still taking the Pillas I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills which are un equal for backache weak kidneys inflamation of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treatment for 250 Sold by Chas G Davis druggist JackChinnriComtnJssonW Lllardwhor ir 7 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 21 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rules made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham For Governor SW Hager For Attorney General John K Heiul ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trinj ble J For Auditor II M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree laud For Treasurer Ruby I afoori For Clerk Court of Appealsjohn B Chenault we are authorized to announce O V JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to Jill out the nexpired term of two years caused hy the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for ut the Nov election ls07 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W M BARNETT As a candidate for Jailer tpfln out the unexpired term of two years to ba voted for itt the next November elec tion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOS WORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Sen atonal district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorixtd to announce a t KrTrt JOHNSON as a candidate the nomination for Rep from this aifduitilronntjcs Jn the next Legislature subject to the action of the Repulicau Primary July 27th 1907 We wish a law could be passed prohibiting the barbaric custom of opening caskets in public at church funerals It Is a relic of dark ages and has no place in a civilized community It jars on the sensibility of every tender cord and is something that the churches and undertakers ought to combine and put to an end In nine tenths of the cages its merely a pandering to aghoulish curiosity People who never spoke to the deceased in their life parade around the church gapeat the form four loved one then go out of the ores ence of death not to talk of the good de ds done in life but to criticise the appearance of the poor clay that death has left for once at their mercy Death is a sacred thing If we are going on a long journey we do not make our adieus before a gaping crowd we ought not to be expected to bid our dead a lastgoodbye while curious eyes fatten on our grief and we ought not to be expected to sit in the house of mourning while people we never speak to who have no claim on us or our loved one jostle each other in their de sire toview the remains and they get together and gossip over whatthey saw or failed to see We believe that a majority of the people detest the painful funeral scene as much as we do and be more than glad to see them ended out are afraid to break a custom tJ But it is a duty the minister and undertaker owe to themselves and tho long suffering public to put a stop to the ex habitation and they will find the public only too glad to uphold them with a hearty amenAWhile the nomination of AugusI tus E Wilson was without delay by the Republican Convention which met in Louisville Wednesday yet the Courier Journal adds it by no means fol lows that all was sweet harmony which the Republican leaders of the State endeavored to proclaim before and during the convention In the nomination of the minor offices the convention resented the efforts of the machfhe to force the kA slate upon it This was shown in several instances notably that for wd Ll tiAttorneyGeneral when Judge James W Breathitt took the nomi nation winning from John FLock ett who had been picked by the officeholding cabal Not only this but there was trouble in the committee room and all along down the line with the minor offices But however peaceful it may have been it signifies but little in the yearIthose aesociated with him on the State ticket will go in by the usual old time Democratic majorities One of our exchanges tells of an old German who had a boy of whom he was very proud and de cided to find out the trends of his mind He adopted a novel method by which to test him He slipped into the boys room one morning and placed on his table a bottle of whiskey a Bible and a silver dollar Now said he when dot boy comes in if he takes dot dollar bes going to be a beeznis man if he takes dot Bible hes going to be a preacher if he takes dot whiskey lies no good and going to be a drunkard Then he hid behind a door to see which his son would choose In came the boy whistling He ran up to the table picked up the Bible and put it under his arm then snatched up the bottle took two or three drinks picked up the dollar and put it in his pocket and went out smacking his lips The Dutchman poked his head out from behind the door and exclaimed Mein Got he is going to be a bolitician REMARKABLH WILL Justice Walter Lloyd Smith who presides over the third department of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court brought with him to the dinner of the New York University Law School Alumni Association Saturday night what he said was the most remarkable document that ever came into his possession Others who read the document the last will and testa ment of Charles Lounsbury who died in the Cook County Asylum at Dunning Illwere disposed to agree with him Here it is I Charles Lounsbury being of sound mind and disposing memory do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament in order as justly as may be to dis tribute my interest in the world among succeeding men That part of my interest which is known in law and recognized in the sheepbound volumes as my property being inconsiderable and of no account I make no disposal of this in my will My right to live being but a life estate is not at my disposal but these things except all else in the world I now proceedto devise and bequeath Item I give to god fathers and mothers in trust for their children all good little wordsof- pr ise and encouragement and all quaint pet names and endearments and I charge said parents to use them justly and generously as the needs of their children may aequire Item I leave to children inclu elusively but only for the term of their childhocd all and every flowers of the fields and the blos oms of woods with the right to play among them freely according to the customs ofchildren warning them at the same time against thistles and thorns And I devise id children the banks of the brooks and the golden sands beneath the the waters thereof and the odors of tbe1willowsdip therein ane the white clouds that float over the giant trees And I leave the children the long long days to be merry in in a thousand ways and the night and the moon and the train of the Milky Way to wonder at but subjects nevertheless to the rights thereafter given to lovers Item I devise to boys jointly all the useful idle fields and com mons where ball may be played all pleasant waters where one may swim all snowclad hills where one may coast and jail streams and ponds where one may fish or comesrone may skate to have and hold for the period of boyhood And all meoadows with with the clover plthethe squirrels and birds the echoes of the strange noises and all dis tant places which may be visited together with the adventures there found And Igive tosaictb9VSl each his own ptceat the fireside ll1igbwith all pictures that may be seen in the burning woods to enjoy let or hindrance and without any encumbrance of care Item To lovers I devise their imaginary world with what ever they may need as the stars of the sky the red roses by the wall the bloom of the hawthorn the sweet strains of the music and aught else by which they may de sire to figure to each other the lastineess and beauty of their love Item To young men I devise and bequeath all joiutlvI oust inspiring sports of I give to them the disdain of weak ness and undaunted confidence in heir owe strength though they are rude I give them the power to make lasting friendship and of posessing companions and to them exclusively I give all merry songs and brave chorses to sing with lus ty And to those who are tno longer children or youths 6r lovers I eave memory and I be queath to them the volumes of the poems of Burns Shakespeare and other poets if there be others to the end if that they may live over the old days again freely and fully without tithe or diminution Item To our loved ones with snowy crowns I bequeath theTiap piness of old age the love and gratitude or their children until they fallasleepNew York times NEWS 1TE3LS Nicotineless tobacco is being used extensively in Paris for the manufacture of cigaretts it being less injurious than the tobacco in its natural condition 4e eCThe news of the dissolution of the Russian Douma was received quietly St Petersburg ande traordinary precautions have been taken to prevent an outbreak A scene was created in a Cleve land newspaper office by a brother of President McKijlevs assassin who made dire threats in con nection with a demand that his name be left out of the pr ssiu future Laborers dug up ihe body of an infant only a fewdasold in Breathitt county and the citizens of that section of the conn ty art much excited over the supposed murder The officers are working on a clew When the cases of the three alleged slayers of James B Mrcum werecalled by Judge J L Dorsey Tuesday at Beattyville continu ance was granted by agreement un til November 18 Judge Dorsey warning both sides that they must be ready for trial at that timer The State Boardidf Equalization has filed iis report with Auditor Hager showing the valuation of Kentucky realty and personality to be 7 79829 13 an lIicte seof39 946995 oyer last years assessment The amountiof taxes due the State from Pulaski is 2665175 France is to aid Japan in refinan cing of her debts and in the flota tion of securities for other purposes as the consideration On her Prtr in the new entente effected between the two countries It is said the Mikados kingdom Will needa billion dollars within the next few yearsA fine strike in the new Clinton county oil fields was the chief feat ure of the business in Kentucky duringthe last week The well is a zoobarrel producer and was brought in at a depth of 500 teet although the drill was sent down iooo feet Work is on the increase in Wolf county Gov Hanly yesterday named WH Fox and W L Wood of Indianapolis and Capt J P MJ GrewihfWivhltutv D r as coiuuiiSbiuucr io select a design and supervise the construction of a statue of Geav Lew Wallace to beplaced in Statuary Hall Washington CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the Higuatnraof kJt HE FIRED THE STICK nlbave fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on ac count of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until j tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for piles burns etc by Chas C Davis druggist 250 r r r i1JJ h 1 n i 7 BARGAINS 1i J 1 alLtT IIF q My Present Prices A will continue the7 it Same as Last Week 11f4 ras we still have some of th- eBARGA1SV6 RE AT f T1 PLEASE COME Le and BE CONVINCED16 1 SJ1 z r Ljfifr f t y GTJOHNSON Uo k STORE Opposite CourtHouse t i BARGAINS i qygi Y r e rA QlVIPLETELINE I I ORa NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERALI MERCHANDISE Remember that I stattlie lOWEST Prices A FULL LINE 8 cmac Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Qtieenswaate Groceries and Dry Good 1W H RICH Andrews sac Kentucky WANTEDMeh and women in each county afe field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary 80 per month Paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position permanent Address NORTHWESTERN CfbDepbt W C Wabash Ave Chicago Ill Acordingto a financial report made to the ciapitol Commission arr Frank ford 700000 has been expended to date on the new building audrapidly nearing completion ju jjt one year after the laying of the cornerstone Only the cbnstmction of the im mense dome remains to give the outwaJdapeeareoceofbelDg J WIII CARSON J PATNGTER r AND PBPFRHBWRFR WALL PAP R ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order r Guaranteed IAllf a What to do DyspepsiaDieting and just as years ago we as- a nation overate so now we are under eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus competeinIt is not however the fact that you may eat too muchh that hurts you but that you dont digest what you eat And it that results In dyspepsia you will not cure the trouble by cutting down your food sup tmthoproperwould nave no dyspepsia To cure the disease you must create an abundance of these necessary Juices This can only be done by a reliable tonic laxa CaldweUSJ1l1pneeded to do this Take itregularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each bot He and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and asheartburnpimples sallow complexion wind on the stom absoluteUkltaeaa4beisHarry ofSatJte rMfsod 8I he contracted severe dyspseiisranid IiMt vicitr rapidly A taDrCa1dwellaN silaipresdYour maqriil will sell you bottle at 60 cents W1MitwsesltallrsissrtMthat FlEE TEST TIltH SJIVI1Iw wIblst to or c f taron nareaes sample MUle R to DulrlieiMky to stew tlrettes do M weculm and Mly 111IIote tave tIktIIlt Ssad fir It kcra any sysMMets of stemadI IMr or lawsi Nasua tleatlsat oWfclksVERDICT HoLaxatIve So CM a4 Sure aattrssanewitirrSYNVPCO11Caldws11 IH When you feel the need of a Pill take a 0eWitt8 Little Early Riser Smtll pill safe pill sure pill Easy to takepleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by =char C Davis druggist WZ i I HJ ATTENTION III- J Listen to the best news of the season What is iti Summer weather of course and 1111Why Summer Goodsp Iarenow on display at at ocr Store you while our line is com plete AC HIATT HIAT T KENTUCKY iYOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED V will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike IRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 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 ADAntsVicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash 1111R4R1i411I1liltI11JG Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER = 2 AHD- FUNERAL r3 1 CTOR3f Mt Vernon Ky 3Iaw ig Stock Complete Can furnish on short no 3i tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming Edone Fine Hearse attachedws ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = 2 E Phone No 63 = lUllnlU1UllUUl1UUUU1111UUUU1UUUUUUUUU lUlUU1W BllINtt YOUR JOB WOBIC ti i1 TO THEr SISNftU q d ti7l a ttyf f l1lfid1 a MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June 21 1907 79 Call up No 79 wheti you vent toCoriununl cotts with SIGNAL 79 0 J LOUISVLIC R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north A 340 a m 23 south 124 P 21 South 1220 a m TAS L NDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as Secondclass mail matter Mrs G B LawrenCe is here from Hyden Wra Adams has moved his family to Pmehill Chas Arnold Borle Von Eichen has returned to California Eugene Mullins returned Tuesday morning from the West Jonas McKenzie was in Louis ville Tuesday and Wednesday- E Dent Smith the insurance man was here this week for a few daysMrs Kitty Smith has gone to Casey county for a two weeks visit Miss Cora Adams spent several days with her cousin Miss Bessie Mullins Walter G Smith the popular Cashier was here fora few hours SundayMrs W G Nicely of Berea visited relatives here and near here this week T C Powell and family visited friends at Livingston the first of the week Dr Percy Benton was here Wednesday looking almost him self again Mrs A A Albright ot Lebanon Junction was a guest of Mrs O V JarrettL was in Louisville this week looking after some busi ness matters Mrs F L Thompson sin Stanford under treatment of Dr E J Brown Miss Ann Baker of Livingston visited the family of her brother U G Baker Mr and Mrs S C Franklin are with Dr and Mrs Pennington at Bertha for a few days Eza Langford who went to Oklahoma several weeks ago has returned to Rockcastle J J Cook came down from Blanche Bell county to spend Sunday with his mother John A Mullins was here Mon day making his arangements to leave on Tuesday for Oklahoma Miss Rissie Williams has return ed from the College of Music Cincinnati for the summer vaca tionMiss Cora Griffin returned yes terday from a visit to Brodhead Miss Lizzie Cable accompanied her homeCharlie Simpson moved his family yesterday to Middesboro where they will make their future homeMr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry spent a few hours here Sunday the guests of Atty and Mrs J W BrownMr and Mrs Torn Gentry of Hamilton Ohio are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs G W GentryBen Cormney was here from Lancaster Sunday Bens visit to Mt Vernon are becoming very frequent Those of the delegates and oth ers who were in Louisville this week on account of the Republican Contention were Dr and Mrs A G Lovell and daughter Margarite Mr and Mis J W Rider Mesdames B J Betnurum and Anna Miller DrD B Southard Judge L W Bethurum U G Baker J F Gtiffiu and Walter Miller An authentic report from the bedside of Mrs D N Williams who is in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati is that the eration petforDedonherJastweekI is proving highly successful May this good wife and devoted mother return to our midst a healthier and stronger woman to scatter even moresunshine in the eventide of Tier always pious life irf fi p r r n 1 iII Win M Rowe has e igndbis position with G T Johnson and will take a job with W J Sparks Miss Ethel Baket came down from London Wednesday to spend a few days with her aunt Mrs E S AlbrightMrs Albright and daugh ter Miss Dessie of Lincoln came up Wednesday to attend the of the baby of Mr and Mrs burialI Gentry Will Smith who got his hand very seriously cut by falling from a caboose at Corbin about two weeks ago is at home and the wounds are healing rapidly Miss Elizabeth Adams received Saturday what is supposed to be about a five year old alligator Her sister Miss Ida May who is located at Live Oak Fla sent it W T Brown was here from Pineville Monday and while here left a nice order for this office for jobwork He is doing a good business running a general black smith shop in Bell countys capi tolCecil Hendron who has beer assisting in the Peoples Bank foi several months has returned to his horn e at Kirksville Cecil is a splendid curg msri ard we hope to hear of his soon becoming tlu head of a financial institution 0 LOCAL Born to the wife of J F Davic son Tuesday a girl baby Next week will bring big crouds to town both Circuit Court and Institute week Under1eLaureJs a farce comedy by home talent at Court house next Tuesday evening IN POIICE COURT Bob Spoon amore was given 5 00 and cost yesterday for drunkeness and dis orderly conduc- tVANTEDHickory 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 Mr Pat Cook a railroad con ductor and Miss Dollie Elkins of Livingston were married in the parlor of the Miller House Wednes dap morning Rev Briscoe performed the ceremony Charles Montgomery of Louisville and Miss Sallie Rickels of Mt Vernon were married in Jeffer sonville yesterday by Magistrate James S Keigwin The groom is a stonemason by occupation and is a native of Butler Pa The bride has lived at Mt Vernon Ky all her lifeLouisville Times of June 17 Mrs Montgomery came home this week to attend the bedside of her father Mr Jasper Rickels who is very low CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Louisville Aug iqth and sotn limited to Aug 25th for412 round trip account of Supreme Lodge Knights of Py theas Colored To Knoxville June 23rd to 3oth July 6th 7th 14111 21st limit 15 days 4 40 round trip account Summer school Also one and onethirdt li fares July 3nd 3rd 4th limit to July 8th to all points on system The Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute will convene at the cbapelhaIlof the Brown Memorial School on Monday 24th inst and continue five days Prof R S Eubank will be the instructor Miss Ada M Taylor of the above named school will assist Let the teachers be on hand without excus eStWe especially request the male teachers and visitors not to use any tobacco while in the college building Fee 150 G M BALLARD County Supt The convention called to meet here last Saturday to name dele gates to the Republican State Con- ventiOn which met in Lonisville Wednesday was attended by a very small percentage of theRepublicans of the county H H Daily w elected chairman and Judge S D Lewis secretary The convention instructed for Wilson and indorsed the Roosevelt Administration Taft is the choice of Rockcastle Republi cans for President Following is the list of delegates G S Griffin T J Niceley Si D Lewis HH Wood B 1 Bethurum JT Griffin D BSouthard L W Bethur fin J W Hutcheson J WJRider J WBakertA G Loyeli Neat Parrett G T Johnson jL T Cherry H Lv Smith and sixteen alternates 1i iobJ L r I l Ir i ir iII i1i 0 1iliii rI I IfII xITI2 JJr J BackwdJ Backward 1 illHas Been The Season IIMaking hay while the sun shines request an my shoe stock Come and the tltJlfI I You be en the prices is be 2 = ti Remember the entertainment at the next Tuesday eve ning Admission 20 and 35 cents The Lady Maccabees will give an entertainment at the Court house next Tuesday evening Pro eeeds for the benefit of the lodge Mrs Baker wife of Jim Baker died Monday after an illness of several weeks Mrs was 79 years old and her death was due largely to the infirmities of old age The selection of R L Brown as secretary of the Commercial Club was a wise move on the part of the Board of Directors No harder working wore capable and public spirited man could have been found Somerset Times Evans Tyree of Rockcastle county was arrested here yester day morning and two pistols found concealed on his person age for which he was fined 2S and ten days in jail by Judge Gooch He is also wanted in Rockcastle on another charge we- understandSomerset Times Marshal James Taylor came near losing his life Monday evening while attempting to arrest George Fredericks Jr who was drunk and disorderly Mr Taylor who has been sick most of the spring is a very weak man and in no way able to complete with Fredericks in strength Fredericks resisted arrest and in some way got hold of the marshals pistol firing one shot at him the ball passing through his hat and powder burning bis face When sober Frede ricks i f straight forward hard working young man Frederick Mid Fred Doan 1tischutnwho was ilsQ drunk were arrested later by McFerron but while the prisoner were in the Court room waiting lot the Judge Fredericks made his escape and up to the time of going to press had not been caught Doan was brought out before Judg Adams yesterday to answer the- chargeof drunkenness and his trial set for Saturday Doan said he ac ted the part of to 1thlbelievecindoinga apFwUl allow u bO 91n tlieSVlpifQWmdb Don gave t That is allshre clothesbuyers will the benefitsreap of this exceptional Suit Sale which willcontinue ten days Therell be no disappointment Make it your business to ex amine these Suits Ican save youmoney en every purchase Spring and Summer Suit Specials OUR BEST JOOO suits at this sale 745 OUR BEST 1250 suits at this sale 990 IL OUR BEST 1500 suits atthis sale 1245 FashionablpClothingcause every man in County to purchase a share of them Bring the boys with you I have clothes to fit them too at prices ranging from 150 to 5oo in Knee and Long Pant Suits Always1ookforearnestly opportunity showing examine will most goods Compare quality and Seeing placeyour= = Courthouse Baker snenjjf peacemaker peacemakers Rockcastle The I O O F lodge was installed at this place last night The team from Crab Orchard lodge did the initiation and installation Quite a number from Keavy Jack son county and Pougo lodges were present FARMS FOR SALE I have wo farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 54 miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good unprovements For further information address G B SUTTONR P DNo i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Ky The Kentucky Press Assocta tion met at Estill Springs this week and from the reports given out it must have been one of the most enjoyable and profitable meetings of the association held in years Lew B of of the Harrpdsburg DemQcrat was elected President RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT BRODHEAD LODGE NO c66 F A M WHEREAS it has pleased the Great Architect of the Universe to call from this lodge of labor our beloved brother Joel Lee Robinson the 3 davofMay therefore be it resolvedFirst That in the death of brother Robins the lodge church and community have lost a faithful member and citizen the family a devoted and loving father Second That we extend to the bereaved iJdren of the deceased our heartfelt sympathy in this their sad hour of affliction Third That a page beset apartin the record book of this lodge and these resolutions be spread thereon And that a copy be sent to the MT VERNON Sip NAL and one to the Masonic Home Journal for publication W E Gravflyy Jim E Evans Corn JQ Frith j LEVEL GREEN Urr Ed Woodatfs of I4vingston is the pieastnt jjuestof her mother rsB P SuttonMs Dora Beatty of orbinis spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Hatcher Ske has returned from a vwl tocher brptutrK Otto s f who is in the hospital at Lebanon and reports him very much mprov edMrs Otto Hatcher and babe of Lebanon Junction are visiting relatives here There was a reunion of Mrs Daniel and her daughters on Sun day last at Mr Gentry Evans at Hansford She and her five daugh ters her grandchildren and one great grand child more than twen ty in number all took dinner at Mr Evans and report a general good time There were foar gen erations at the reunionrMrs El vira Thomas has returned home aftet a weeks visit to htrda Mrs Jas Baker atpongqGilesS- hell is trying a case of the measles and is getting along nicely Mes dames Sutton and Woodall and Miss May Brown were the guests of Mesdames Hatcher and Beaty on Wednesday last where a capital dinner was served as Mrs Hatch er knows exactly how to prepare a tempting least The ice cream supper at Mrs Hattie McQuearys on last Saturday evening was a grand success and every one seemed to enjoy themselves and went home feeling refreshed The quarterly meeting at the M E church on the 9th was largely attended Miss Vira De Bord is the uestof her cousin Hiram Thompson near Walnut Grove Teachers are preparing for the institute which comes early this year MissesJPannie and Bes sie DeBprd were the guests of Miss Lurt Baker at Plato last Saturday TJ Brown and Miss EuBroiles of Somerset paid us a flying visit last Sunda- yFriakiid Henry Catron of Lin coin cow ty were here buying sheep teweek ftM C sSof PreachersTille waiako stock buy ing Mrs ebDeBordis im proving keaitlfrvWlwl Hfe Rain mock and Mrl Win Todd are no better TAe infant of W F De Bord has been very sickDrT- J Puce and wife were visiting at Mr Iatnam Sunday Corn and gardens are looking well consider ingtticoo1 weather and frosts r hct crop iuliostxeady for kriiti1i bAu iIj UM NwlJI rfi4lrilJt i ADJOINING COUNTIES The school census of Somerset shows that the increase for 1907 over 1906 is only 14 The increase for two years is 314 The Court of Appeals handed down a decision in the local option electioa contest case of Somerset Tuesday affirming the decision of the lower court The election was contested on the grounds that it was held within thirty days ofa regular election and was therefore not legally held The Court of Appeals says it was held accord ing to lawSomerset Times Gov Beckham Tuesday appoint ed Maj D W Sanders of Louis ville Special Judge of the Whitley Circuit Court to preside Intlbe case of R Brown against M J Moss Judge The actionis to test the Judicial Redistricting Act of Febuary 21 1906 Mr Giessler of New York City Chief Engineer of the Cumberland Falls Power Syndicate is in our city this week Mr Giessler talks business He presents things in a much different view than did Mr Cox He says Barbourville and Somerset have never been consid ered seriously by the company that Corbin has been considered but adds that this is the only site that he advises He does not agree with Mr Cox in all his v ewsMr Giessler is a business maand wants to place this thing offiJVusi ness basis He is not Hilling our keads with fatly tales He hoots at the idea of placing the power plant in one county and the factory 1enforat onceHe is here for business and is not asking the people of this town to give him thirty tkoosand di1irsWhitley Courier DS CIIN ECJtSAIK Ten good ifjIo1 sows which will soon have litters Will sell cHeap if dat once J W MAULER Dr A G Lovell has bought the Mrs Proctor pio rtyjust north of the railroad for i5oooo r tA jLt THE REPUPLICAN TICKET For GovernorAugustus E Wilson of Louisville For lieutenant GovernorW- H Cox of Mason county For Attorney GeneralJames Breathitt of Christian county For Auditor Frank P James of Mercer county For TreasurerCapt Ed Farley of McCracken county For Secretary of StateDr Ben L Bruner of Breckenridge county For Supretindent of Public In struction J S Crabbe of Boyd county For Cbmmts onerbfc culture N C Rankin ofHenrycounty For Clerk of Court of Appeals papier Adams of Pulaski county A table prepared by direction of Assistant Secretary Newberry shows that the total strength of the naval militia organizations of the United States according to returns of July i last was 5907 of whom 473 were officers and 4624 enlisted menThe Interstate Commerse Commission has promulgated a uniform system of accounts for railroads provided for under the railroad rate law passed at the last session of Congress The system will go into effect July i coveringoperating revenues and operating expenses t and thereafter railroads will be compelled to file monthly reports The fourteen monthe old baby of Mr and Mrs John Gentry died at Knoxville Wednesday morning of pneumonia The remains were brought here yesterday for burial The Interstate Commerce Com mission will investigate the charges brought by Philadelphia ship ping firm that the Hamburg American Packet Ciapauyhas r bulk up a complete monopoly ol J eastbound traffic originating im Chic andV is ainInin K a monopoly in restraiat of trrde c Jngaiest case at Bristol Tenl declaredtllelpencll stitutional This meals ttiw ekSfIcities LX ji ir ooooooo ooo ooooool A New Orleans woman was thin C Because she did not extract sufficient tnourishment from her food She took Scott as Emul ton g Result tOt She gaineda pound a day in weight g ALL DRUGGISTS AND 100 0I- JtOOOOOOOoQHDo OOOOO Under an agreement rerched be tween eighteen rairroads and the State of Missouri in the Federal Court at Kansas City the twocent passenger fare law is to he given a three months t iat the end of which if itis found unreraunera ttve the railroads may appeal the matter to the courts In his opin ion Federal Judge McPherson as sumes juisdiction of the passenger and freight rate cases Thefreight case is to be considered later a temporary restraining order being granted the roads According to a statement made public Tuesday the requests for gifts sent tpMiss Helen Gould ag gregate nearly 2000000 a week They range all the way from the asdng for 15 for a set of false teeth to 1000000 to start a colony t in Cuba A Bilious Attack SymptomSSour stomach nasty taste in mouth sick headache sallow complex ion the world your enemy Cause Constipation inact ive liver overflow of bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights before retiring with nAMON JvwlJvR PIllS TONIC PELLETS One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cta Sole by CHAS C DAVIS satisfiedSampleBROWN St Mo GreenvUloTeDA ii fiG Ox Tii6 CO U C i9 AND CURE THE LUiiCS WITH Dr KimJgs N w DiscoJery 1m CPrco100 i MSvSureet and Quickest Curo for all THSOAT mid LUNG TROTJB L2S or HONEY BAGS GREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Rotindstone 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 bound ary Bor further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Ver non Kv or this office FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN GE NOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are writing for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREESend fifty cents tocov inailingand handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES VIA ijueeD Crescent Route h i ON THE 1 jFirst and Third Tuesday J V of each month to many points ij SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets liow on sale good returning till May 31 1907 For particulars wr- itHCKINGOPW4 Lexington Ky THE MAGIC NO3 Nunber three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads Alter suffering much with liver and kidne trouble and becoming greatly discouragedI by the failure to fidd Elecric Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottles relieved and three bottles compled the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomache liver and kidney troubles by Chas C Davis druggist 50- CQUAIl betterlAville looking out a location to move to soon We regret to give him up Doctor is a useful man in a neigh borhood W A Owens and Jacob Elder closed a singing school at Maywood last Sunday There will be joint Sayers school house next SundayI between tbe Maywood class and the local class Everybody is invited Bring a basket filled to the utter mostA protracted meeting will begin at Providence July 15 ci AaXI oJABears 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 naugb ty 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 197 as far as reported Officer ol fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug 143 days Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford Julv i73days Henderson July 23S days Lancaster July 243 dayst Madison ville July 30S days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLY C COURIER JOURNAL AND SIC N AL Both one yearforonly S15O ThePresidentialelectjon is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and las always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the Way Democrats are getting together The Courier Journal is going to youiSend your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regujalitpriceof the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a year fSUYS KIDNEYiCUftE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take tat once Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes Thereis nothing gained by delay SOc jREFUSE cHASc DAVIS PERT AND PERTINENT The birthrate is decreaaing but I not on the Pullnuin sleepers Some sellmade men should be ashamed of the job A man who gambles and rung away can live to gamble some oth er day The average salary of the minis ters of the Gospel in this country is 480 a year II these showers keep up much longer we will soon have meadows i1 corn fields In some places they put some mighty big monuments oyer some pretty small men Our fishermen who are worried because they could not get a bite should kick a bull pup Many a horse can trot a fast mile when not in a race It ia the same with some mens talk That Presidential candidate of Henry Vaterons was a myth W J Bryan does not wear a mus tacheThe old bear that tved up the train on the Harriman road out west must have been trying to keep up the stock market- A fellow down in Texas shipped a carload of hens to New York While enroute they laid enough eggs to pay the freight President Roosevelt has gone to Oyster Bay for the summer to rest Let him take a lesson from the oyster and be dumb tot a while When a farmer gets to calling himselfan agriculturist you can mortIwith a parrot a Californian is rais ing chickens that can talk We willnow understand what a hen says when she lays When a girl tells you she doesnl cire to go to a dance put it down that she hasnt been asked or thai she has some frightful ailment witn her fet YOURLIVER is your best friend or your worst Biliownw1Sicle friendTorpid wasAU I TONIO PELLETS IthYJjlivers gmJlI Treatment 25ov Sold by OH AS C DAVIs and get yonrmoney back if not satisfied Sample tube and Booklet by mail ioc COSt T- 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 machineneedles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN IDA1JVNERVE 8c ONE 0IL SBUR RHEUMATISM ZS fOLEYSliONTXTARCIrs THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In sySIrelief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures ConstIpatIng especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains M Opiates KENNEDY DJLIg Tn Ru Clover Blot eeuiad the Money BM oa every bottle Tk stIeeldnO LAXATIVE HDNIYANDTAUFA 1 I a Bftifr c4 OHIOAQO ui a A S ldby CHAS a DAVIS The Song off Hair Therearefourverses Verse 1 Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling Hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of its wonderful success The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years KMa KaI1Alao uers 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 honeyand tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Senator Foraker has issued a statement regarding the investiga tion of the shooting up of Brown ville in which he declares that the eviden e fails to show that the s01diersreany part in the affair t Dont Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart It is such a short step to chronic heart disease When you notice irregularity of action occasion ing short breath palpita tion fluttering pain in chest or difficulty in lying on left side your heart needs helpa strengthen ing tonic There is no bet ter remedy than Dr Miles Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt almost at once- I have used 10 bottles of Dr Miles Heart Cure and can truthfully say it has done me more good than anything I have ever used and I have tried nearly everything that I know of The doctor who attended me asked me what I was taking and I told him Dr Miles Heart Cure he said it was not going to do me ary good but it did I have not taken any for a year now and while there Is occasionally a slight symptom of the old trouble it is not enough for me to continue the use of the medicine If I should get worse I would know what to do Take Dr Miles Heart Cure as I did before I consider myself practically cured of my heart trouble- S H DUNNAM Livingston Texas Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Veroon Monumental WORKS Manufaturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky iodhectd Marble- Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager = 5 IV tad Iron j lllinl Fence hanwoit Wittiest aWetims- aI utAsid EetIds Lesli1N4- CINcINNATLO eseIMiesiesI k riees ORLANDO Ccrn hoeing is the principal oc cupation of the day in this section rThe infant of Mr and Mrs Wm Masou is verysickMr and Mrs Bill Wood tof Round Stone were visiting at Brush Creek Su- ndaylJncle George Doan of Pine Hill was reported dangerously sick last weekJaok Laswell and Elmer Williams attended the meeting of the M W A lodge at Mt Vernon Tuesday night Mrs Gabbard and family of Norton West Va are visiting herI brother J B Owens this Lela May the infant of Dr and Mrs Laswell is very sick at pres entMrsRhoda Evans visited Mrs Flurry Laswell Sunday Mr Jarvis J Reams a former Rockcastle Co boy and eldest son of George Reames was rffarried at Trenton Wo June 2nd to Miss Eulalia Ralston of that city His many friends here join In wishing them much success and happiness Dr W D Laswell was in Mt Veruon Monday on business On the fifth Sunday in June will be the big meeting at Maple Grove also the conference meeting of the Methodist will be held at McNews chapel the same day Mrs Olie Reams was up from Dudley Sunday to see her father Mr Wm McNeV who is rather poorly yet but improving slowly Mrs Mary Mullin s is on the sick list this weekHiram Bur nett son ofBoone Burnett of this place was killed by the train at tunnel no 17 Wednesday night His body was so mangled that he could only be identified by a book which he had containing his name FAMOUS SUMMER While you are fussing and chewing the rag about the present summer being the only cool one that ever happened the records of the olden time tell us that the year 1816 had no summer at all June thaW year was the coldest eyer known in thj latitude Heayy snows fellaU over the New England States and frost and ice were common almost every green thing was killed July Was also aeTnmnatiiprl by frost and ice The corn was nearly all destroyed August ywakmore cheerless than the months tht had pro ceded Ice was formed half an inch thick Indian corn was so frozen that the greater part of it was cut down and cured for fod der Almost every green thing was destroyed both in this country ind Europe Farmers supplied themselves from the corn produced in 1815 for the seed ot the spring of 1817 It sold at from 4 to s per bushel September furnished two weeks of the mildest weather of the season Soon after the middle it become very cold and frosty and ice formed 4a quarter of an inch thick October produced more than its share of cold weather and ice abundantly November was cold blustery Enough snow fell to make good sleighing The average price of flour in the Phila delphia market during that year was 13 per barrelEx One vict m of the Grady ville flood in Addair county is reported- to be still missing M L MYERS Dentist t Mt Vernon Ky f FirstClass I Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St kuown as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAL from MONDAY NOON to TUESDAY NOON each week C Cv Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON XV iftrOFFieE On 2cd floor o The Bnkof MtsVernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 JC McLARyU- ndertaker Embalmer iCbfuUld PlNE of Cakets1- Robes c DideiB Telephone attend promptlyi t Stanford Ky rrUr IIUfiil i AMgctablePrcparationforAssirnilatin tin theStomaclis aratBowels Of 1 t Promotes DigestionCheerful rnessandRestConlainsI i OpiumMo plline nor nc ra 1 NOT NARc OTIC ie4eeioUJJrSAlELPIfl71ZllSetI AAJijnard Jml JIJfecl non Sour Worms 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