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Published Every Friday nuu1vnni i intvVOIU1E XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE CQTO1 JfcY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1907 KtJJVlBER 40 U ilkgqxlf t1tttrttttttTY1t1tttttjt1tt1ttttttttftttt1tttt 11t1 ITAE lEST STYLES = c In Rockcastle County when c it comes to the newest ands 0 iff most uptodate novelties in Dress Goods Clothing Shoese gHats and in fact everything gyou can think of The very gbest and most critical buyers concede the fact that we have gno equal in the county Our goods have the genuine East 0 =ern snap and Western dura bility Two good combina motions J flI Not Selling af C E We are not sellingat p cost but our prices aVe w H equaled by few and low m H ered by none The size of our stock and the quality of our goods is surpassed by no g merchant in Rockcastle and if it comes from Ba kers its all O K g BUSTER BROWN E BLUE E RIBBON EsnOfS E EaR w ww 6IRL5 j atwlr II II II II JPliereVnothing like Leather When properly put together We have the Goods Come and for goodness sake do not forget your pocket book In 11 Ii tlliiflttlllfil1111u111uuuu1uuuIu1Iui11tu1i JI U 1 16it i IIGI4- rfft j IHON JOSEPH F BOSWORTH The subject of this sketch the Hon Joe F Bosworth is a candi = date for state senator from the seventeenth senatorial district sub ject to the action of the Republic can part Mr Bosworth came to Middlesboro early in the history of the town and early took an ac tive part in the civic life ot the city and all during his residence here he has labored for the interest and advancement of the mount ain section and for the successor the Republican party He was twice elected by the Re publicans as city judge and once as city attorney and is at present a member of the Republican county committee of Bell county Two years ago he was nominated and elected as the Republican repres entative to the legislature of 9697 General Assembly While acting as Representative he secured the passage of the Re publican measure the act creat ing the 33d judicial district and also secured the passage of four other measures of vital interest to the mountain sections He was also chairman of the joint Republican cacus of the house and senate of that session of the legislature Mr Bosworth is the Republican who instituted the suit assailing the present redistricting act which discriminates against the representation of the mountain section in the legislative halls of the state During the session of the legis latl1re he made an enviable record working for the mountain section his home city and for his party and if called to the senate with his ripened experience he could bring to his work in that body the knowledge and success that has characterized his efforts in the past Judge Bosworth secured the re peal of the Rountree acts which BEE LICK There will be services held at Bethel Saturday and Sunday by Rev R E ToddE4 Herrin oneof our very best citizens is we are sorry to say inaery critical condition and much uneasiness is i entertained as to his recovery Morris Taylor and A E Proctor visited the fair sex at Ottawa Sun day asW E Taylor and iam Sundaycutting is making the farmers get a move on themselves these warm daysMiss Addie Taylor has re turned to her home in Mt Vernon after a visit of several days to her cousin Miss Maggie Taylor Mrs Robert G Taylor continues on the sick istDvidAdams and family visited Mr and W D Priceof Bandy last Saturday and Sunday A good rain is needed very badly now fongardens and crops arev late througout this section of the coun tryDr Bradford Waren of this place gets a large practice and is well liked by all for a young Doctor and a new one TBears the 8fPatvtet l cA 8aItM would have worked inestimable harm to Middlesboro and left hep without a city government 4 Judge Bosworth has never turn ed a deaf tar to the calls of charity or benevolence and Rev GiReed pastor of the ctfujpch of which char ch the subjettl2 61 this sketch is a memberhas always found him ready to give freer of his means to every religious pr be nevolent effort At the Republican mass ccnven tion held at Pineville June 15 the following resolutions were un animously adopted is partyIfand reward the faithfulness and efficiency of its public servants And whereas the Hon JoetF Bosworth our Representative in the last GeneralAssembly of Kttii tucky pioved himselfan able and conscientious servent of his people and a Republican of unquestioned principalAnd he aspires toTepi resent this the 17th Senatorial dis trier of Kentucky in the next Grand Assembly And whereas it is the sense of this body that his election will conduce to the best interest of the district and his party Now therefore be it resolved by the Republicans of Bell county in mass convention assembed that we heartily indorse his record ia the last General Assembly of Kentucky as that of a faithful and consistent Republican and commend him to the people of his district as a broad and liberal minded statesman and a true and faithful Republican believing that in his election the people will have chosen an officer who will reflect crediton his dis partyMiddlesboro ORLANDO The infant of Mr and Mrs Frank Baker is seriously ill = Mr Charlie Ande rson who has been in Washington City for several months returned home Tuesday Mrs Hettie Mason was called to Cprbin this week on account of the serious illness of her little grand daughter Georgia Bales George Childress of Hamilton Ohio is spending a few days with home folks and friends at this place M Callie Mullins son of Will Mullins deceased died Sunday HeMeayes awiie whpwas Miss Mary Alien and one child to mourn his tleatb Mr and MrsllaorBaUtwho have been visiting horn efolks ai this place fofa few days returned yIJaclcfrom here are attending the insti lute this week Harrison Reams had a three yearold horse hit by badlyGeorge d not expected to livebuta short ttmeMrand Mrs James Hack ett were visiting relatives here Sunday We have two very progressive Sundaysch901snear Orlando sand hope the place will become joaeV i r AW SWELL BOOT for fashionable people Established 1887J x DCPCC taafihers styles llhfs iiOur J r We have just received a large shipment of the + i i American Gentleman and the American Lad SHO ES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ery pair of AMERICAN t CTiAMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are ing for up to date footwear dont fail to and see our line CLOSING OUT4 We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and goodin order to make room our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are talking through our hatsbut mean just what we say 7 visitryotir store get our prices and we will convince youenIFIKRUEGER 4 SON 3S8ac3i cDec c 3 what reformed thereby Both schools are very well attended Mr and Mrs Wilmer Chesnut were up to see George Proctor Sun dayMiss Myrtle Hayes who was VsiHtgat Brush Creek last week efitf tied tdSfer home at die SundayFrank Ball and wife are spending a few days with his parents Mr andMrs L Ball Mrs Mary Mason and children were visiting Mrs Lizzie Tuesday Jerry Laswell is on the sick list at present Rev and Mrs Williams visited their son Elmer SundayMrs Martha Ow ens of Dudley was in our town Wednesday shoppingMrs Belle Laswell has returned to her home at Blance Bell countyThere is a great deal of sickness with children in this vicinityThere will be preaching at Maple Grove Sat urday and Sunday Dinner on the ground Saturday everybody come and bring full baskets The infant of Mr and I A Chasteen is very sickUr Lee Chesnut came home from Louisville Saturday lo attend the institute at Mt Vernon this week Bert Barber of Elton Wis sayshIhaveonlv taken four dos es of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has thre as aPe cure Barber refers to DeWitts Kidne and Bladder Pills which are un kidneysiigtlamation urinary troubles A weeks treat ment for 250 Sold by Chas C Davis druggist t Premier CampbeUBannerman twJlhnoveares l tion in the Brit = ibh House iof Commons June 24 designed to curtail the powers of the House of Lords It is expected the debate will last three or tour days Forscratches bites and the manpaittie b1rtscom1 moon to every family DeWitts Cafbplized Witch Hazel Salve is tne best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis druggist E AHAND SOME SHOE All all J Co for not 3 Wil J Ball Mrs w = Z =IGRIFFINS MILL busy in their wheat harvest this week Sunday School at Popular Grove is pro gressing micely with James Hurst SuptMrs J C Elder of near Stanford visited her sister Mrs J B Cummins of this place last week W H Brown and family visited relatives in Pulaski Co Saturday and SundayMr Charlie Brown of Arkansas is visiting his uncle JI W Brown of Walnut GrovelEld J M Cummins filled his regular Saturdayandpreaches at Popular Grove the 3rd Sunday in each month at II oclock The teachers of this neighborhood are attending the teachers Institute at Mt Vernon this week Misses Fannie Thompson Sallie and Daisy Thomas attended the teachers examination Friday and Saturday On June the 13th WilliamIearths choicest flowers has been taken and transplanted in heaven to bloom forever mure His loss is deeply felt and the whole corn munity extend to the family their heartfelt sympathy REMARKABLE RESCUEj fieYstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C VPep per He writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat s f failed to hely me and all hope had fled when I begun taking Dr Kings new discovery The in stant relief name The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminish rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to wOlk1I Guaranteed for and colds roc andtoo at- IChasCnavls drug store Trial bottle free IAn excursion steamer carrying two hundred passengers was blown into the Kentucky shore three miles above Henderson and in the panic which followed two women l were severely inland CONWA J P Chenault who has been visiting at this place returned to his home at Richmond He ex pects to visit the Jamestown Expo sition uextweekGeorge and Joe Childress from Hamilton 0 are visiting their sister Mrs Joe WoodD C Pullins is a business caller at Mt Vernon this week The Round Stone Land Cos great clearance sale ended Satur dayMr and Mrs J C Chenault have returned to their home at Richmond after a visit to Mr and Mrs D G Martin at Boone Miss Nettie Oldham has resigned her position as clerk for the Round Stone Land Co and expects to begin teaching school near Rich mond in a short timeMrs Evans of Berea is visiting her sister Mrs J C Wood this week There is no case of indigestion no matter how irritale or how obstinate that will not be speedily re lieved by the use of Kodol The main factor is curing the stomach of any disorder is rest and the only digesttheKodol will do it It is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids con taining the very same juices found in a healthy stomache It con DruCLawdruggist Increased prices of oil ihKenv tucky have caused operators to branch out considerably and world is being extended into fields which heretofore have been overlooked the greater stakes encouraging greaterrisks Several good strikes have beeu made during the last eJetensiveJeases Union county A FORTUNATE TEXAN StLouisthe past year J have become ac NewLifebefore tried so effectually dispose of malaria and billiousness They n grind nor CI 250 atId CDais drucstort r j Yc 1 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 28 1907 Publishedevery Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckhnm Hagcrior K Heml ricks For State Superintendent ot 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 AppealsJohn B Chenault We are authorized to announce JOSEPH F nos WORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Sen atorial district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorised to announce- R M JOHNSON- as a candidate for the nomination for Rep from this and Laurel counties in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Repulican Primary July 27th 1907 We arc authorized to announce O V JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpiredterm of two years caused by death of his brother L L Jarrett to he voted for at the Nov election 107 subject to the action of the Republican party What is the moral effect of tree Masonry Odd Fellowship Knights of Labor and the nuim rous secret societies upon the home Solomon the wise man sail Discover not a secret to another ttand he had goodreasons for laying such an injunction for in his time as at the present there were people too much disposed to tell all they knew One half the trouble in every com munity comes from the fact that so many people have not the capacity to keep their mouths shut We have two ears but only one tongue which is suggestive of the fact that we should hear more than we tell By the power of a secret divulged families churches neigh= borhoods and even nations fly apart By the power of a secret kept great charities reformatory movements and Christian enter prises may he advanced It is an often discused question whether associations that do not have their work with closed doors Nand ad mit their members with pass words and greet each other With a secret grip are right or wrong Our s esis that it depends entirely upon the object for which they meet If it is to pass the hours in revelry and obscene talk or tq plot trouble to the state then we say with emphasis that it is wrong But where the object is improvement of the mind the en largement of the heart the defense of the government that we say with just as much emphasis that they are a blessing There is no need that those who plan for right over wrong should publish to the world their intentions Secrecy of plot and execution are wrong only when the object and end are nefa rious Every family is a secret society every business firm and every banking institution Then men who have no capacity to keep a secret are unfit for positions of trust anywhere Secret societies haye done incalculable good Some of the secret societies have poured a very heaven sunshine and benediction into the home of suffering Some of them are founded in fidelity to good citizenship and the Bible Christ has given us- a rule by which we may judge not only sill individuals but all secret societies By their fruit ye shall know tbemu Bad societies make bad nen Good societies make good men A bad man will not stay in A good society andn good man will nol stay in a bad Society Test th societies by two or three rules Their influence on home 7 f0 innuenceJaverall evening absence as an assault domesticity That wife who becomes jealous of her husbands attention to art or literature or religion or charity is breaking her own septre of conjugal power But let no man sacrifice home life to secret society life as some do Some men are- nas genial as angels at the society room and as ugly as sin at home- POLITICS AND POLITICIAN Gov Patterson of Tennessee declares that he will not callan extra session of the Legislature on account of the Memphis charter decisionAccording to the views of Judge H M Garwood a prominent Texas lawyer the So4th views the candidacy of Wiiliam J Bryan with coldness and indiference and people in his section of the country think it rediculous that the Ne braskan should be deemed a Dem ocr t The Republican City Committee of Paducah has offered to permit the wouans Club and High School Alumini Association to name the ten candidates for School Trustees to be elected next fall without regard to the party affiliations of the candidates The Oklahoma Supreme Court has dissolved the injunction issued by District Judge Paucoast restraining the Constitutional Con vention from submitting to a vote of the people the Constitution drawn for the proposed new State of Oklahoma The convention it is thought will now be called to gether and a new date for the election set In the course of an interview in New York the other day Mr Bryan was asked to give his idea of a progressive Democrat and he re plied In every country there are two extremes in politicsthe radi cal and the conservative It is the aim of the progressive Democrat to steer a middle course between the two and to take up all great meas ures and solve them This year I find the Democratic party to be in excellent condition and moreunited than ever while to the contrary the Republicans are divided There are two elements in the Republican party one which I might call the extremists and the other the Stand patter U the latter repre senting those people who have put their hands in the other peopes pockets and wish to keep them there CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court covened Mon day with Judge Jarvis on the bench and Hon B J Bethurum acting Commonwealths Attorney Judge Jarvis as usual delivered a strong and impressive charge to the Grand Jury The following gentlemen were selected as Jurors GRAND JURY John McHargue J H Wolf John Young David Laswell R J Abney U S Berry Wm Graves David Bryant Jack Burke L R Rowlett M V Swinford and G C Fish PETIT JURY David Parker E Dyer D K Argenbnght Champ Cummins Richard Moberly D N Williams T J Mink G E Painter James Pannel Geo Bustle H H Daily Albert Griffin Solomon Riddle John Reams Jerome Adams Wm Brummitt James Mahaffay J E Whitaker Frank Cottongim D C Pullins Jason Robinson J C P Myers S S Daily and Wm Williams The following cases have been tried or otherwise disposed of Frank Harper selling liquor acquitted W M Reynoldadultery fined 25but the Judge agreed to remit the fine providing Reynolds and the woman Sarah Pigg with whom he has been living would come into open court and be mar ried which they did and went their way we trust rejoicing Ambros Hasty glvmg liquor to a ui in or acquitted Thos Mize and Nath Southard gaming dismissed Frank Ball gaming continued Major Ball pistol and Willis Chandler gaming continued Phil Carrier gaming 20 and cost Geo Jones breach of the peace25a- G W Gentry rsame charge 10 Brit Durham Thos Baker John Dooley James and John Jordon Chas and Squire Abney and Dock Reynolds each 25 for breach of the peace Ewel Say lor disturbing religious worsijipaqI lVAIII tquittedcutting and wounding 50 and cost Hiram Mink and Roscoe Doan disturbing religious worship 25 Albert Alcorn arson acquit fed Mat Wright obtaining proper ty under false pretense acquitted James Burt n and Bert Kelley each 20 and cost for gaming Chas Anderson Ike Tom Stewart and Greely Mize each 20 and cost- tor gaming John Gadd pistol ac- qUitted Cynthia Frye for maintaining a nuissaoce S5o and cost Ewel Saylor disturbing religius worship found not guilty Sherman Hop kins same charge hung jury case continued Bryant Bray and John St John grand larceuy dismissed Ester Elkins aud Logan Mize each fined X25 and cost for gam ing Mitchel Mullins 50 andcost for shooting at random The Com monwealth against Joe Norton for maliciously striking Tobe Carpen ter was before the court yesterday tnd up to the time of going to press this morning the jury shad not returned a verdict The case against Lee Norton et al for the killing of Jim and Harland Arnold was called yesterday and both sides announc ed ready Both sides have also an nounced ready in the case against Rufus Spires for the killing of Colonel Loviugs The Norton case will be tried first if a jury can be secured from the regular panel it not the Spires case first As sepe rate trials have been asked for in the Norton case the Common wealth has elected Levi Roberts for trial at this time- rF BltODHEAD C H Friths big department store has on its Sunday clothes nowMiss Benton of Mt Sterling is visiting at Dr and Mrs Percy BentonsR G WilmoJt M C Albright M B Bowling and John E Evans were at Mt Vernon Tuesday nightMrs Nannie C Albright of Mt Vernon is here visiting her many friends and rela tives J Dont miss the big picnic at the fair grounds July 4thMr and Mrs Marion Sullivan and daughter of Williamsburg are here the the guests of their many friends andrelativesMr and Mrs J W Hutcheson and son James Ed ward are visiting Mr Hutchesons parents Mr and Mrs J P Ilutch eson at Owenton yMissts Carrie Frith and Lizzie Cable tand Messrs W R Dickerson and E R Gentry are attending the institute at Mt Vernon this weekMrs- M E Wilmott is visiting her broth er Granville Leece on Corp r creek Woody a rd Owe Wednesday for Lehn Junction where he accepts a very lucrative position with the L N Thos W Evans has returned to his position at Lebanon Junction after being at home for five weeks laid up with rheumatism Mrs Naunie Howell of St Louis is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben YadenRev A J Pike and Dick Albright were in Garrard county last week preach ingWiley Hawkins was at home last weekMrs Lou Storms and and Sherley Adams have returned home from a two weeks stay in Garrard and Boyle counties There will be a union meeting at Watts Chapel 4 miles Eeast of Crab Orchard ou Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard road on Sunday June 30th 1907 Three different denominations will be represented by a preacher who will preach a sermon or give a lecture Every body come and bring dinner Ser vices will begin at In oclock A M Loyalist members of the Cumberland Prlsbyterian oh u roll hue organized Boardof TruMte and at a rJMt 1 recll t was ordered that steps be taken at once to recover property held by that branch of tha denomination which joined the Presbyterian church CASTORIAFor Infants ind Children file Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the Hiqnatnraof FIRED THE STICK IHE fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on ac cauntpfasorf thajresisted every kind of treatment until I tried tbalhasjbealedpy man of- North Mills N C Guaranteed for piles burns etc by Chas C Davis druggist 25c l iT T 7rW Ea7Jc J f BARGAINS i ce- We icem i d IMF My Present Prices will continue the Same as Last Week i Has 1 we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS PLEASE COME M and P BE CONVINCED r r d tiA G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse iI BARGAINS I J3 rI COMPLETE LINE III IORI Statthe LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE x e OfClothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods I I IJrtdrewsm WANTEDMen and women in each county as 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 CO Depot W C Wabash Ave Chicago Ill The test of whether or net the State can issue a saloon license in a prohibition district where the city license still runs after the eXPir1edClerk issuing the license The County Judge is expected to hand down a written opinion 1tCARSON I PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work efarepladng orderI Guaranteed Women Inclined to Constipation Women owing to their peculiar functions are prone to constipation and many of ills are due to this congestion in the bowels which fills the blood with impure matter that permeates the entire system In most cases foul breath bad complexion sick headache causedbyWomen should be happy to learn of a Indigestionandthe blood and tone up all the digestive organs Pepsinwhichcuringthemselvesand the offer of years ago still stands today thatyou buy Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with the yourmoney espeetallypleasanttaste butbuildspermanent cure and should be as steadily fn your home as in that of thousands of others lldrenInguaranteed to do what a good laxative should MeLarencured her constipation and stomach trouble and recommends to American womankind She is but one of thousands who are loud in praise of it todayto the day that you start the use of Dr Cald seuflFREE TEST DrCald1WIltslag have a free bottle seat to theirltome oy addresslsg tile TNs otterNtoprovetbatther- emedy dUo as and open to these taken It Send for It yea any symptoms of stomach or disease Gentlest yet meat for Jolts guaranteed pwmasent THE So and Sure as product guarantee PEPSIN SYRUP CO- t ta 811 Ildg M tlHlle III The wheat market was dull dur ing th6 last week and the only fea ture was the report that hot winds had done great damage to Kansas this being behind the bulls in their boost piprices Crpp have shown welland ivegd promise i W C c 2en K E = a1 UtI ATTENTION I III- I Listen to the best news of the season What is itj Why Summer weather of courser and i II Summer Goods 11arenow on display at at ocr Store Come in and let us show you while our line is com plete A CX HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY j = i21 = nl YOUR BANKING No matter how small no inattter how large THE BANK of MT ERNON INCORPORATED wlesto the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 percent 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 1111111t111l11l1l111111tll1G Willis Griffin 3 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERAND 3 rMt fgticei Filledw 3Jti Phone No 63 3 1111il1111UU11111il1UUUUU11Ul11111lUU1U1U1Ul1U lUlU lU1U BRING YOUR fi JOe WORK JfITO THE SISNAL 411 q MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June 28 190 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 a R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m- am21 South 1220 TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secoud claSS mail matt- erPERSUA1 Dr Will Brown was n p from t Parksville last week guestNMrs G M Ballaad has been very sick since Friday Atty and Mrs B J Bethurum are here for Circuit Court Mrs Nannie C Albright is visiting relatives at Brodhead James DaVault L N brake man was with homefolks Tuesday Mr and Mrs R G Moore were here yesterday having dental work doneGeorge Proctor will soon be out again from his second attack of fever E C Walton the popular editor of the Interior Journal was here White Jr spent Tuesday and Wednesday the guest of Chas McKenzieMrs B Mullins returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in W L Richards Monday wide his first trip to town in twelve weeks Little Mary Elizabeth Fish of Williamsburg is visiting at her uncles G C Fish Miss Margarite McClary has returned from De Land Fla and is with Mrs Brown Miss Geergia McFerron is the guest of the family of her brother Sheriff R L McFerron Mrs Matilda Houk has gone to the country to spend a month with her sister Mrs Jame Bloomer Tom Clifford has gone to Rivers burg Tenn to help install the new rock crusher of W J Vic SparksI parentsjMr GreenDen McClure was here Monday Den is the third oldest fireman on the K C and is now in line for promotionN and wife and Mrs Georgia McClure of Lebanon Junction visited relatives and friends here- Mesdames Bettie Fredrich and Mahala Jones went to Barbours ville yesterday afternoon for a few days visit Misses Marie and Bertie Brock came down from London Wednes day to spend a few days with their sister Mrs Albright Quite a number of the represen tative citizens of the county have been in attendance at court this week Two many for us to at- temptj to make mention Mr J G Frith Ora DFnth and Miss Carrie Frith of Brodhead came down yesterday to attend the burial of their relative William OBannonInteriorournal G W Taylor who has been sick for sometime was reported no better a few days ago Mr Taylor is one of our best citizens and we sincerely trust he may soon be himselfagain Chester landrum son of agent J A Landrum is working nights at the L N office at this place Of the many boys who have learned under Mr Landrum none has made better pr res- sP that Chester Hon I C Chenault and wife passed a few most pleasant days in Rockcastle cunty at the home of D G Martin an old resident of speaksiin the highest terms immaginable of the delightful entertainment given him and his wife by Mr Martin and his charming wife Richmond Climax rwi w Miss Maigarite Fish is here for a three weeks visit Judge T Z Morrow is attending court here this week Dr E J Brown was up from Stanford Wednesday to see Mrs G M Ballard in consultation with Dr Adkins- D G Roach way called to Man chester last night on account of sickness of his wife Mr J J McCcall of Mt Ver ncn a prominent resident of Rock castle is in Danville for a short stay Danville Advocate Mary Elizabeth the little daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence has been very sick for several days she is better at this time Robt Wilmott Manley Albright and John Evans came up Tuesday to attend the social given at the courthouse for the benefit of the teachersJack Maret and family who have been visiting relatives at Berea for several days were on yesterdays train enroute to their home in Illinois Judge L W Bathurum Atty J W Brown John Hunt John Parsons John C Taylor and Jas Cottongim were at Stanford Wednesday as witnesses in the Jas Ballou trial LOCAL Remember the celebration at the Brodhead fait grounds next Thursday 4th Quite a number of the public schools throughout the county will begin next Monday Schoolbooks tablets and other school supplies at- ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky FOKSALK One house and lot in Mt Vernon A bargain Call on or addressT J PENNINGTON june28 3t Mt Vernon Ky The Home Telephone Company will soon rebuild the town by put ting in new 30 foot poles and new and additional wires throughout the corporate limits NOTICE The Masons at Crab Orchard will erect a twostory concrete building Parties interested will get full information before July 4 by calling or writing to GEO B LVNE Chin Bld Com The Hansford Telephone Co will next week install a switch board in the residence of W H Graves President at Long Branch near Hansford post office This will divide up the lines in a shape that will shape things in way to give much better service and of course more satisfaction Remember the Brodhead fair Aug 14 15 and 16 Secretary Robins says the premiums will be more liberal this year than ever be fore and we trust that the farmers will have a good exhibit of their products Simply getting a little premium is not the only thing to consider but the spirit which will be stimulated to improve and excell will count most- WANTED Some one to inventor coin a word descriptive of a mes sage sent by telephone One sent by telegraph is of course called a telegram Why not say phone gram fonograrn or fonegram It has been 3 I years since Bell re ceived a patent on the telephone but up to this time no satisfactory word has been suggested that would cover the case The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association will hold their fifth annual exhibition July 10 11 and 12 1907 Their premium list is a great one Among others are 150 stake for saddle horses and 150 stake for roadsters Everybody come and have a good time A grand ball at the Springs Hotel every night during the fair Writh for catalogue R H BRONAUGH Secy W M Hicks better known as Mart was here Saturday and told ru that he had bought the stock of goods of JO Hocker at Livingston and will consolidate them with his present stock Mart is doing a good business and his many friends throughout this and other counties will be glad to know that his earn est efforts are being rewarded Like many of our most useful and successful men he was left when quite a lad to fight his own battles and by push energy and absolute honesty has long siace gained the confidence of those who come in contact with him and is now enjoying the fruits of a good harvest so richly deserving r fi7 1 7= t1 a f z x ii JrBackwards Backward Has Been The Season shinesm I 1 w g rJ W1 I fJust received a full line of mens boys and youths clothing ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky Niagra Falls Excursions via Queen Cressent Route Julv 25 and 30 August 10 and 17 Write H C King C P A Lexington Ky for aug5 users on grounded lines are often annoyed during May and June with what is called earth currents or electrial dis turbances in the ground which sounds like frying meat or popping of hot grease Jim Ballou was given one year in the pen at Stanford yesterday for shooting at a brakeman near May wood about two months ago Bal lou served one nine year sentence for wrecking a train near Altamont Laurel county and if he is given the full benefit of the law his for mer sentence will be doubled giv ing him eighteen years George W Settle a practicing attorney of Berea was arrested Fri day by Sheriff P B Broaddus on a charge of seducing Drusilla Mober ly aged sixteen years Warrants were also sworn out against Rebeca Pervis white and and Devie Miller colored charging them with being implicated in detaining the young girl Settle who formerly lived in this city is a man of family and denies the grave charges preferred against him He gave bond Sat urday in the sum of 1000 to await the action of the grand jury Richmond Climax I A Bcwman is at home from Jackson county this week attend ing court Mr Bowman has 74 head of cattle on the peavine in that county and spends most of his time there looking after them He says ne really enjoys the chang of vocation for a short time as squir rels and other game are plentiful and when not looking after his cattle spends his time hunting He killed a wild turkey last week and says there were several more in the drove meaning that be will get others out of pects to have bis cattle ready to put oil the market about September That is all shrewdclothesbuyers will reap the benefits of this exceptional Suit Sale whichwill continue ten days Therell be no disappointment Make it your business to ex amine these Suits I can save you money on every purchase Spring Summer Suit Specials OUR BEST 1000 suits at this sale 745 OUR BEST 1250 suits at this sale 990 igv OUR BEST 1500 suits at this sale 1245 1 These Suits are the very newest creation in Mens and Young Mens Fashionable Clothing They must be sold and to sell them we have marked down the prices so low as to cause every man in Rockcastle 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 Isell the original Star BIofor the Star it means QUALITY See them IIlllievingII 1 vq 4OS particulars Telephone thebunchHeex and County J W Marler Sons is the style of a new firm recently opened up for business near Mr Marlers homeThe town is having 500 yardsof pike built beginning in front of W M Poynters store and extend ing East Circuit Court and the teachers institute both being in session have brought unusually large crowds to town this week The Mt Vernon public school will begin Monday July 8th with Mrs G M Ballard and Miss Ma randa McKenzie as teachers FARM FJR SALE I hive two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 6miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements For further information address- G B SUTTON R F DNo i June i43mo Bee Lick Ky A CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the good people of this vicinity for their assistance in the sickness and death of my little son William and especially- the nice music made by the choir Yours very truly J T HURST Quail Kv One of the most unique and handsome tombstones ever made In the county has been finished by George Owens the tombstone man of this place It is a double stone and is for Willis Griffin and his wife both of whom are yet living in Mt Vernon Mr Griffin wanted to have everything ready so when he passed away there would be no one put to any trouble jn furnishing bis tombstone Cal Mullins aged 25 a son of the late W G Mullins died at his home near Mullins Station after an illness of several months of Paralysis Mr Mullins was burned very seriously about one year ago and a short time after receiving the burn became paralized on the opposite side td which he was burned finally expending to almost every part of the opdy His burial took place Monday at the family burying ground near his home Under the Laurels the play which was to have been given Tuesday night died aborning R E L Sims was given eight years in the peu at Stanford yes terday for the killing of George Faris Wm Arnold sold a pair of mules to Bright Mullins for 41500 and bought a pair of Wm Hysinger Jr for 350- William B OBannon n year old son of Dr W B OBannon of Stanford was drowned Monday while bathing in a pond a short dis tace from town on the Lancaster pike FOR SALETwofarms in Lin colncounty near Crab Or nard For full particular call on or ad dress JAS H LIVINGSTON R F D No i Stanford Ky We acknowledge receipt of a complimentary ticket to the Crab Orchard fair which takes place July 10 I and 12 Those who go can rest assured that they will get theit moneys worth Remember the datesDont forget we carry a full line of General Merchandise also the Celebrated Vulcan Plow Osborne Milwaukee Harvesting Machines Binder Rakes and Twine etc A share of your patronage solicited ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky Wood Clark the Orlando hum ber dealers are certainly taking advantage of the golden opportunity lito make hay while the sun shines Never was the demand for lumb er greater or the price better than ats present find no time is lost by themtoput every foot on the market possible which means thou sands of feet each month JAUBigetJ Wood aad Dave Clark are the members of this firm both splendid business men and the en terpri ses which they have estab lished means much to the East side of the county Between forty and fifty men find employment with them at good wages Sepa rate from the lumber interests Mr Wood has two large stores one lo cated at Orlando and the other at Johnetta doing a splendid business at both places Henry L Smith who is one of the best businessmen we have ever known is general manager of Mr Woods store at Orlando IM J Miller was the last of veterans from this county Pennsylvanian box car no 533 047 was on siding at this place last week This is the longest number we have observed on any car in the county A handsome monument to be made of Rockcastle Freestone has been ordered for the grave of Mrs Rebecca Newcomb who is buried in the Langford lot Elmwood cemetery this place Mr George Owens will do the work Miss Taylor entertained the teachers at the dormitory last evening Mrs L B Adams enter tained Wednesday evening and Tuesday evening the program arranged for the benefit of the teachers was carried out at the Court house A new voting precinct has been created in Leslie county Thou sand Sticks of Hyden published the boundary of said precinct Be ginning at Juda Forddownt- he west stdeofCunsbiu Grassy branchcounty line Wilder branch and Hellforcertain and Elkhorn opposite the mouth of Bullskin fork of Hellforcertain straight line to Bull creek down said creek to Thousaudsticks and straight line to Juda ford the beginning To be known as Bull creek voting precintnear mouth of Leatherwood Last Saturday was registration day for the candidates in the Jailer Representative and Magistrate in Dist No2 races Jailers race Barnett failed to put up his money and O V Jarrett gets a clear track canjdidateCommittee which will meet Monday will declare Jarret and Smith the nominees for Jailer and Magis trate respectively In the Repre sentatives race both candidates W A B Davis and RM John son put up the required amount of registration fee Just how this racewiltdecided is a question To hold a primary would cost more than the office pays and a convention is a thing seldom sought except by those who have a pretty good hold on the ropes This mats will be declde next Monday WANTEDHickory and White oak Spokes Will pay the best market price Also Hickory and Whiteoak buts Will give price on applicationW H CARMICAL Mt Vernon Ky TO MAMMOTH CAVE Rockcastle Lincoln and Boyle counties excursion to Mammoth Cave July i8th Special through coach on early morning train ar riving at Mammoth Cave for din ner 9 35 the round trip pays the railroad fare also board at Cave Hotel and the two routes through the cave leaving Livingston 310 A M Mt Vernon 340 Brodhead 350 Crab Orchard 41 I Rowland 430 Stanford 433 Junction City 452 Parksville 405 Brumfield 514 Gravel Switch 522 A M See L N agent The teachers institute began Monday The instructor is Prof W R Eubanks who conducted the institute at this place last year Prof Eubanks is a splendid instructor and many of the older teachers have been heard to pro theiyears With the same instructor and almost the same lot of teachers it is reasonable to suppose that the work this year has been equally if not more interesting than last year Because of the lack of space we are unable to follow our usual custom of printing the minutes in full but in our next issue we will give a brief synopsis of the weeks work IAu Indian womana secured a from her husband Within a half hour fterthe decree j of the court was rendered she procured license and was married to another man When the Judge hears of it he set asideandan nulled the decree Of 0 divorce The question now is whose wife is she When she married the second man she was a single legalIJudge annulled the decree of divorce it left her still the wife of her first husband Looks like she now has two husbands having been legally married to ibotn What will she do about hv ij QaOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOO O 0A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient 0from her food 0 She took Scotts Emulsion Result 0She gained a pound a day inweight8ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1- 00I0000000004000 Despite an increase in pidductioa Alabama iion furnaces are selling beyond their production May beat all previous months of this year in output and Juu will pass isrec 4 ordIn an interview President Small of the Telegiaphers Union says 4 that failing to get justice in their c present struggle the men will start an agitation for government ownership Strike benefits for those out will nor begin until July i Messages fied at San Francisco are being forwarded by mail to other sending poins it is claimed Several counties in Eastern tucky will be developed by a newI electric line wich is proposed constructed by men who held a meeting at Olympian Springs on Saturday Sharpsburg Vest Lib erty and other towns will be reach ed by the road which will be about sixty five miles long Oxford University will confer a number of honary degrees on ds linguished persons on July 26 when Lord Ourzon of Kedleslon will be publicly instaled as Chan cellor of the University Among the recipients of honors will be Mark Twain Rudyard Kipling Premkr Campbell Bannerman Ambassador Reid Prince Arthur of Comiaught Auguste Rodin and Admiral Lord Charles Beres foid When you feel the need ofa pill take ajDe Witts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by Chas C Davis druggistI KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITHr1 Kings New Discovery IFOR nourishment cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS I50c Surest and Quickest Cure for all ILESGREAT BARGAINFor sale 198 acres land on waters of Ronndstone 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 For further information ad drtss R L McFerrou Mt Ver non Ky or this office FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY i THE OLD WORLD 1 AND ITS WAYS g BY 4J WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN BNOW READY FQR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Sir Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREESend fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling TIlE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES VIA Queen Crescent I Route ON THE FirjndThirdTuesday of acli month to many points 1f SOUTH iWinter Tourist Tickets now on saje gx1 returning till MaySi 1907 S lfor particulars write t UOKINGO PT A P rvU LexingtpnKy THE MAGIC NO3INunber three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Ctdar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to fidd relief I tried Elecric Bitters aud as a result I am a well man today The first bottles relieved and three boa les compled the cure1t Guaranteed best remedy for stomache liver and kidney troubles by Chas C Davis druggist Soc John Stewart a New York man pohItics says Huggins will be the next President of the United States and believes New York will favor its outIsideA Bilious Attack Symptoms Sour stomach nasty taste in mouth headache sallow sickIion the world your Cause Constipation inactive liver overflow of bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights before retiring with MONSpJ ni8 TONIC PELLETS One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cts Sold by CHAS C DAVIS andgetyourmoney back if not satisfied xocBROWNSt i t Mo GreenyjueTonn KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 907 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug T43 days Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford Julv 173 days Henderson July 235 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AND SIC N AL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching Tinies 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 youhaveSend your order forthis combi nation tons not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of tIn Weeckly CourierJournal alone is a year FOLEYS KIDNEY GORE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do notriskhavingBrightsDise nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 BottleMEfU B SUBSTITUTES CHAS C DAVIS ADJOINl G COUNTIES Craig Gregg of Wilhamsburg was sentenced to a life term in the penitentiary for detaining a leuiile This is Greggs seventh conviction three times from Laurel twice irom Clay once Iron Whiiley Leslie and once bore from gatheringslever place on July 8 12 when the four county institutes composed of Whitley Laurel Knox and Bell counties willassemble in Middles boro Extensive preparations are under way for the event In Russell county Pete Duncan shot and killed Dave Mann with a Winchester Mann was at work in his own cornfield which is near Creelesboro on Cumberland river It is repoited that Duncan went to the house of Manu the day befoie intoxicated and abused Mrs Mautiseverely Robert Hocker the desparate Negro who assassinated Newton Veal of Fayette county came to Danville Tuesday night and called at a residence on Walnut street He called for something to eat and after being supplied with food took to his heels He was recognized by a number of colored people Danville Herald pointIformation has come to town to the effect that leading capitalists of that locality have about completed arrangements for the estab lishment of such an enterprise Such progressive business men as yeatlerIlum are mentioned in connection with this progressive movement With such men behind the under taking it is sure to succeedDau yule Herald Taxes due from the banks of the acteptedIbY the several banks of Louisville aud Lexington that they are entitled to a deduction from the assessment according to the amount of gov enmieut securities they held is sus taued he will refund to them as provided by law the taxes tai t by thin to the amount of their holdings in such bonds The auditor has received written communica tion from attorneygeneral defining andapproving his authority to ad dopt such a course This acti n is taken to avoid much useless liti gatiun and under it the banks will be enabled to protect their rights pending final settlement in the courts of the puestiona raised by some of them 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 iNVIIjHEUMATIsM ZS 0 fOLFXSiIONEYANDTRSres THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For ell Coughs and assists in sysembowels A certain relief for croup and whooplnzcough other cough cures aii- sconstIpatIng especially those contatnlQi Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves i the bowels contains v B9 Opiates KEN NEDYSI The Ret Clover Blot soanit the Honey Bee ewjrbottle 1Tkiciiuet LAXATIVE r HONEYMTARraXTAWW I o D WITT CO CHICAGO UL A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Hqlf RanAtoy Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you I Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home Fasten it tightly to your scalp You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Eel Xade Xau1Alao7 tiers A prompt pleasant good remedy 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 honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Reports received by a Mew phis paper from correspondents throughout the cotton bels indicate that the staple is from two to four weeks behind Conditions during the past week were somewhat im proved generally SflSt Vitus DanceI Many persons who suffered untold agonies from epilepsy fits spasms and St Vitus Dance are to day well The strength cuing influence of Dr Miles Nervine upon the shatterednerves having restored them to perfect health I endured agony that words can not express froii St Vltua dance which followed a very severe spoil of rheumatism I doctored with a physician but the more I took of hlsmed icine the worse I not motiursde votion saved me After she had become physIcallyby the advice of a neighbor she procur ed a Miles Nervine Fromt1geDlthe first the last a continual change for the better was noticable botUeIEDWAHD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmstortored with many physicians he con tinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms in one week About that time MilesNervlneHis Improvement seemed slow but when he had finished the fourth bot andhaveMUesNervlneMRS BELLE M TINDALL Hastings Neb yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It fails hiwill refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORK 1M anu faturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky rodhead Marble Wrk BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured a by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager LAND STOCK AND CROP 1 A Bowman sold two mules Monday for 270 add two plug horses for 170 But very little stock on t ie market Monday W J Rider soldat publkauction one mare for 135 Frank Gross of Crab Orchard being the purchaser Willis Allen sold a milch cow for 15 pair10fIThe State Board of Agriculture contract for a survey of the of Kentucky to begin at once and also contractedwith a native of Switzerland to go to that country and secure the right Kenjforest survey will on a wisp0c the State the location and chara er f the forest and the quantity and alI tie of standing timber The emi grants will suppy the great demand for farm hands and it is expected that many of the best type will be securedI for a light hog run in July and August said Cas Goep per head buyer for the National outfit What happens one ear is usually reversed the next In 1906 we had a light run of hogs in May and June but in July and August the country cut them loose This year we are getting our big run earlier Last year it will be remembered the grower was playing for a sevencent market about this time and held stuff back with that object in view This year the sevencent card was playedearlier in the season At present the country is liquidating hogs but do ing it conservatively As long as the market hdidarotind 625 at Chicago no trouble is experienled in getting run indicating desire to cash in Logically recepls ought to diminish when haying be gins and higher level of prices lae in the summer is not improbable At current prices the owner of a herd of mature hogs shows good i Id me tin sending them to the butcher as they have made him good money and carrying them in hot weather is to invite loss 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 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 w make active AND livers liver troubles Complete MYERSPILLS Sole by and get your Sample tube St Louis Mo M L DentistMt FirstClass 1 I Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St kuown as the C C Wil hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUESDAY NOON each week CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAWi MT VERNON KY J JQFFJCE On acd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 jc McCLR Y Undertaker Embalmer Complete f j o asketslnobes Qrdeis by Telephone attend ed promptlyi Stanford Ky ASTP1114 Afcgcable PrcparalionforAs- similating UieFood andGeg nia ling the Stomachs andBovrcls oF Promoles DigeslionCheerPul ness and ne tContains neither OpiumMOI phine nor 1inera1 NOT NARC OTICk- 4ofuldDrWUELPIrcJIEfl Amp seatIjtix Senna BottUtJtt Aaist Serd jot WSdSugar JtM mDr lorConslipc1non Worms Convulsions feverishness and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT cpPY OF WRAPPER l I II I 01 t 1I L crit unecMPA sew Last Fall Mrs S G of Tun W Va I was by from with pain After tak ing Oh I My How I was I am not well yet but am so that I will on of till I am the of and still as in the past 70 for the relief and cure of It pain tones up regulates and aids IIthethe replacement organ of CASTORIA fFor Infants and Children The 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