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L 1 A Published Every Friday nuui ftl1dl ignul VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 5 1907 JSUJVJBER 41 i l tZ rt g7 U J J 0 2 JfCor ttttt1tttt Ttittit11t tjtt t1tt ttt1tt1tt ttt1t t 4c THE BEST STYLES = 1 0c P In RockcastleCountywhen M git comes to the newest and ff inmost uptodate novelties insg iDress Goods Clothing Shoes- everything 0 IHats and in fact e 33 you can think of The veryi gbest andmost critical buyersi 00 concede the fact that we have gno equal in the connurn goods have the genuine East w M erflsnapand Western dura l- ibility Two good combinaij ions 1 i +ii lr 4 E I NoteHi at Cqsf B I We are ot selling at- fl I cost but our prices areip H equaled by few and low g ered by none 3- i The size of our stock = and the quality ofour ti goods is surpassed by no 1 merchant in Rockcastley 1 and il it comes from Bac wkersitsa ll 0 K = gBUSTEii BROWN d LUIa E RIBBON E 5liOlS BOY4 iJ E =w t GIRLS E IFuTC c N Theres nothing like Leather = When properly put togethei We have the Goods Come and for = v goodness sake do w not forget your pocket book 1ii1111 ililtiitilltlili14t1141ilitli ll 1111111111111111111UU1lU1U i irU J J r rF IN A NEW HOME Kentucky State Fair Permanently located at Douglas Park in LouisvilleWith pleasure we announce the purchase of a new homer for the KENTUCKY STATE FAIR All the grounds and buildings of the Douglas Park Jockey Club in Louisville have just been bought by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location and the future success of the Kentucky State Fair is assured There are 129 acres and the improvements worth more than 200000 and both new and mod ern The grand stand is of steel and concrete and the stables for exhibition purposes as well as for stall usare excellently constructed The stall room will meet all demands The mile track is ac knowledges to be the fastest for trotting exhibitions in the world Large trees and waving blue grass are to be found throughout facilitieslbothsurpassed Oa the main line the Louisville and ofI Railroad with a switch the full length of one side exhibi tors whether of live stock agri cultural implements or the pro ducts of the farm will fiud the Kentucky State Fair grounds most accessible Such connections mean every advantage for the exhibitor On the double track of the Jacob Park line of the Louis yule Railway with a loop on which to store 100 cars at a time Fair visitors are deposited right at the entrance within twenty five minutes after leaving the heart of the city On the boule vard that intersects the Grand Boulevard and extention of third Avenue the grounds are most easily reached by carriages and aut 1mobllesCr Those who have given much thought to the matter of a per manent site for the Kentucky StaleFair are congratulating the Board of Agriculture upon its good fortune in being able to buy grounds with such a modern grand stand and other buildings already erected with grass plats fully matured and full grown trees with railroad and street car facilities- In the new home the State Fair Board can offer advantages to the exhibitors in every depart ment the equal of those of other State Fairs many years older Every exhibitor at former Ken tucky State Fairs and allwho have not entered for competition there before are invited by the management to the 1907 Fair Courteous trertment is guaranteed all with a piomise that the visit will be pleasant and profitable The Kentucky State Fair is destined to become the greatest an nual exhibition in the South Within a few miles ol the center of population of the United States the attendance should reach annu ally info the hundreds of thousands nine great railroads centering in Louisville Surrounded by the best live stock sections of the country close to the best in agri culture and horticulture ina State and near States whose women make needle work and table luxuries the equal of any communi ties the exibitions will be worth a long journey Secretary R E HUGHES in vites correspondence on any sub ject touching State Fair matters Catalogues are readyo LONG LIVE THE KING is the popular cry throughout European countries while in = America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New = Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give ira mediate relief and quickly cure a coughotcold Mrs taines rityofjtheand sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed by C Cv Doris Druggist Soc and ioo Trial bottle free IORLANDO is very sick at this writing1 Henry Bal anger and family of Coyington are visiting near JohnettaMrs- Hacker Williams was called to Rcundstone Tuesday on account of the illness of her father Mr Bill Wood The school at Maple Grove will begin Monday JUlyS with Lee Che nut as teacherMr at andsunday1The slargeIlywere several able ministers present The Masonic lodge at this place will meet hereafter on the first Sat urday in each month Rev Smith of Pineville preached at McNews Chapel Saturday night and Sunday and those who heard him feel benefited thereby Mr Bob Langford and wife of Wildie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wilmer Chesnut Saturday and SundayMrs Anna Ander son who was formerly Miss Ann Maginnis daughter of thelate John Maginnis died at Blanche Bell county and her remains rwere brought to Pine Hill Thursday for burialMr and Mrs Jahed Anderson of Livingston Mrs Dora Ball Misses Allie Laswell Mary Childress and Fanny Laugforjd were visiting Mrs James Hacker of Dudley Monday The infanjjriTpC Mr and Mrs James Reams v1ft has been very sick is some better Misses Woodie Wolf Jenuie Baker and Roxy Evans of Hummel and Misses Martiller Mullins of Pine Hill were visiting at Brush Creek Saturday and SundayMrs Dave Carter of Hummell is re ported very sick at present DEADGeorge Proctor diedat his home near Cove school house Saturday June 29th He had been sick for more than three years with that dread disease consumption His wife died about four years ago of the same disease He i leavesJa father soiiiebrotherstiistersa- nd live children who hive cur deepest sympathy in their sorrow ful state OTTAWA Mr and Mrs Tart Proctor and family spent Sunday withJesse W Brown and familyThe wheat harvest is about over in this se- ctionS T Proctor has returned home from Louisville Saturday where he has been for quite a while Mr and Mrs G B Sut ton and children of Bee Lick vis ited relatives here Sunday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Char lie Sowder has been very sick for the past week but is very much improved at present Mr and Mrs Eugene Rogers and children of Small visited Jesse W Brown and family SundayRuebin Wallen came in from the railroad Sunday JB Sutton and family visited the formers mother Mrs Preston Overbay Sunday lastFarmers are about ready to lay by corn in this vicmitySL Cummins of near Krueger was in this section TuesdayCharlie Sowder and fam ily visited Mr and Mrs John Sow der Sunday Mrs Henry Laswell spent Sunday with her father Mr Wm Cummins of near quail Missess Grace and Bessie Adam of the Quail community were the pleasant guests of Misses Jalia and Luna Browa Sunday Mrs Mar garite Brown visited relatives here SundayTHE CHARMING WOMAN is not necessarily one of perfect form and featur sMany a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world ad mires neatness clear eyes smooth skin and that sprightliness if step goodhealthis never attractive not even to her self Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed a- tCC DAMS Druggist 500 The Steel Trust is preparing to spend millions and relegate tc the junk heap costly machinery in order to save a few cents on each ton of steel produced Gas will replace coal as a fuel oA m foftxaBoars KfMt tf ATheKifId aMAlwaysBoilghl 1 3oYPJ S1fi iL orrt r frf shion6ie people 1887 is t Our Leaders i We have just received large shipment of the American Gentleman and the W American Lad11 SIlO E SManufact I ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes WIthev ji Ciery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or LADY Shoes If you are looking for uptodate footwear dont fail to call W ands our line i CLOSING OUTW- e4 are closing out over 3000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and good in order to make room for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just whatrJ i eve say Whether yqiirwant to buy or visit our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were able to buy fheui before IF KR U EG ER I S m Covington Ky July i 07 Editor j In your issue of last week I note the following Wanted Some one to invent or coin a word descriptive of a mes sage sent by telephone In Websters International Dictionary 1905 Edition page i48icolumn iyou will find the word telepheme pronpumedI telefem the meaning 3a message by telephone Another question is propounded in the same issue A woman secured a divorce from her Within a half hour after the decree was rendered she procured license and was married to another man When the Judge heard of it he set aside andannulled the decree of divorce The ques tion now isWhose wife is she On the second day ofAugust 1899 Henry Bentz obtained a judge ment in the Kenton Circuit Court for divorce from his wife and the next day married another woman Four days thereafter the Judge having heard about the second marriage entered au order annul ing the iudgement for divorce from his wife The Judge was asked to set aside that order which he warmly refused to do upon theI ground that the Court Lad used as a means of accomplishing the purpose of the man and his second wife neither of whom deserve any consideration An was perfected and the highest tribunal of the state de cided the very interesting point on Jan 6 1900 in the case of Bentz Bentz 21 Ky Law Rep page 1225 holding that the lower Court was without power to make an order vac ting the judgement of divorce on his own motion as sec 426of the Civil Code of Practice precscribed the only way it could be done and that was by petition of both parties to the di vorce judgment t and such request not having been made the order of the Judge annulling the divorce was void and had no effect whatever R G WIWJAMS t tj i j t ra Established c33 AHANDSOME SHOE all leathers all styles This one Shoes not ever Signai husband first appeal OQf 3t ggoc oQoa ggoouoO aGe G91 OOeaBiLWiK 00W GO oa A SOD POSITION FOR YOUgm The man or woman who earns a Good salary has prepara tion Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you ia SHORTHAND BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING 9and all other commercial branches taught ir the Business De op partment of the- SUE p BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Write for leafllet giving particulars and showing what our stu dents have been able to accomplish AddressgJ C LEWIS OR 0- 1lMtPlAAii Q QOQ gQQ VUUUWYvg6DO nOen 4Ai9AREl OfllfAAAAO ISUEBENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL LONDON KENTUCKY Established elevenyears Christian influences Ideal site Military andOBusiness specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday September 3rd Write for catalogue Address JO LEWFS Prin London Ky QUAILI Services will be held at Bethel Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev R E ToddMrs Martin Owens continues about the same Mr E A Herrin we are exceed ingly glad to say is better It is reported that James Thompson who was shot a few months ago by Jeff Dowell is worse Corn crops are very light in this section of the county A singingschool will commence at Providence church Saturday night Everybody come and take a part in the singing The singiugwill be conucted by Jacob Elder and Will Owens Emmett Logsdon has purchased 1 new buggy and is driving his horse to death in order to show it J F Watson and wife of Brod head spent Monday with his mother Mrs Martin Owens The pro tracted meeting at Providence to be conducted by Rev J LDavis of this section and Bro Hutson of Indiana will not comment until Aug IIAE Proctor contemplates going to Somerset soon Jacob Elder will begun his school a Brodhead Monday next W H Brown of Preachersville and J M Craig our hustling tradesman were through Wednes day taking up lambs at various pricesH G Sutton of Preach ersville was in this part Monday looking after some bustness Lincoln Stringer and wife of the Ottawa community spent Saturday night and Sunday with his broth er J W StringerWalter Elder of Eubanks vtsited his parents Mr andMrs Jacob Elder the past week A HAPPY MAN ByronNtroubledhimbeen entirely healed by Bucklens greathealerWounds and Piles Guaranteed DruggistPrice The Hay ood caseat Boise may go to the jury next week Attorneys on both sides are drafting instructions which they urorst l MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 5 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckhain HagerrFor Attorney GeneralJohn K Hend ricks For State Superintendent ol Schools c M7 O Winfrey i For Commissioner AgricultureJ W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree land For TreasurerRuby Lafoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault We are authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOSWORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Sen atonal district subject to the action of the Republican party in a report just made of the progress of a year in the fight for temperance and the enforce meat of local option Statues the Rev Dr M B Adams Presi dent of the Kentucky AntiSaloon League writes as follows The League avoids carefully injecting politics into temperance affairs but studies to thrust tem perance issues into politics The Democratic party through y its candidates for Governor and United States Senator pledge hearty support to the Anti Saloon League program Judge Hager the candidate for Governor en dorscs the extention of the Unit Law the enactment of other measures and pledges in addition the strict enforcement of the Sun day closing laws in case he be comes Governor There can be no more far reaching achievement in political life than the dethronement of the saloon power from the control of political parties No candidate or set of candidates ought to be sup ported by temperance people be hind which are found the solid ranks of the liquor interests The Republi can platform recently promulgated dodges the Sabbath observance issue aud but weakly refers to the County Unit local option Statute In endorsing that measure it endorses a Demo cratic law The Democratic party needs no platform upon that subject The record of what it has accom plished is told by President Adams of the AntiSaloon League in are port just made That record is County Unit law became operative June IIJ 1906 At that time the sale of liquor was prohibited in 58 ounties Since that date counties have voted out liquorJI making a total of 90 dry out of a total of 119 counties in the State In the 32 counties 230 saloons were closed All our fondest hopes of the past years have been realized sayo Dr Adams and the work has gone so far beyond our expectations that we have been amazed at the result II This is the Democratic partys platform on the liquor question From demanding and threaten ing as they did during the legis lathe session of twelve months ago the liquor interests that is the saloonists and their represen tativesjare today begging and calling on the men engaged in that business to obey the laws as thee best and only way of avoiding complete anihilation Their leading attorney in the United States 1L a man who was active in Kentucky during and siuce the last legislative session WilliamM N Hough of St Louis man inter- viewi just given put at Atlantic City J spoke to his clients 4 as follows Not all the money or all organization otthe ssociationJ- will successfully combat the work being done by therefortn4eague 1ftJIli Y one11thefavor of early closing Sunday shutting down of saloons and other reforms desired by the temi perance people the sooner we will have peace that wiUaUwof the trade increasing as it should The sad news of the death of Dr T T Eaton the noted Baptists divine of Louisville was received with much regret throughout the State and entire South where he was widely known Dr Eaton was at the time of his death and had been for many years pastor of the Walnut Street J Baptist Church Louisville and it was this church under his guidance that many found rich food for the soul Dr Eaton was attacked by a hemor hage of the brain at Grand Junction Tenn last Saturday while enroute to Blue Ridge Miss to deliver a series of Lectures before the B Y P U encampment and lived only a few hours Overwork is assigned as the cause of his death for it was often said of him that he did the work of four men The country has lost a great and good man and the Baptist Church in Kentucky its greatest leader THE three Danville papers have consolidated and Danville will hereafter have only one paper the Advocate a tri weekly with W Reed Embry as editor in chief W Ver non Richardson general manager and W Owen McIntyre managing editor Since the merchants of that town have been brought into an agreement not to advertise or support in any way any other paper that might be started in the town for a period of five years in order to bring about this consolidation it looks as though our Danville friends might be planning a great newspaper combine after the fashion of some of the countrys other great trusts- ATTORNEY E V PURYEAR has been appointed County Judge of Boyle County by Governor Beck ham to fill the unexpired term caused by the death of Judge Reed S Nichols Awise selection and one that will prove entirely satisfactory to all concerned THn lid was on tight in Lou isville Sunday and it is regarded as he most successful effort made to stop the Sunday sale cf whisk Three cheers for Louisvilles new mayor This is what the Somerset Re publican thinks of Pulasks candi date for Clerk of the Court of Ap peealsRepublicans should be consist ent It is not consistent for a Republican to spend several years fighting the Goebelism practiced by a faction of the Democratic party and then support the Re publican nominee for Clerk of the Court of Appeals who practiced Goebelized politics of the meanest form hence there is a big share of Republicans who will not vote for Clerk of the Court of Appeals Nabier Adams although hr is a native Pulaskian and by virtue of his Goebel tricks is holding the office of Circuit Court Clerk and by virtue of the science of Goebelism he is also filling the office of Chairman of Pulaski County Republican Committee to which office the people of Pulaski elected another man by a fair and square expression of the will of the people according to law By foul vile and fraudulent counting he was made the Re publican nominee for Circuit Court Clerk four years ago and by similar or worse methods was made chairman of the County Committee though the people had elected H H Smith to that po sition and since he was fraud ulently placed in that office he has practiceda perpetration of foul and unfair methods that would put to shame the meanest form of Goeblism ever found in the Demo cratic party no civilized man would say that that was not bad enoughRepublicans believe in hard fighting strenuous efforts for the carrying of any measure they her lieve to be right but it has been the custom for a square deala fair count and Danypfthem who wedded to the rec expression of the Kentucky Court of Appeals to the effect that a country is only half civilized where people steiC offices There Are hundreds yes thousands of old Republicans of the irth Congressional district Republeanof the CpurrAppeals4 LIVINGSTON Mr and Mrs Frank Westerfield are here stopping with W W Wright and familyMrs 14M Westerfield has returned after an extended visit with friends and rel atives at Stanford Mr Tom Wil kerson wife and children of Louisville spent a few days of this week with the family of G W Griffin Mrs Harry Jenkins is visiting her mother Mrs J B Hayes John Griffin of Jellico was the guest of his uncle G W Griffin a few days this week while on his way to Brod head to see his best girlJohn Lear of Mt Vernon is spending aI few days with his aunt Mrs Couk Mr Ben Brummitt is improving slowly Misses Lillie and Nell Carter have returned from a pleas ant visit with friends at Mt Ver nouoMrs Neut Riggs is quite sick at this writingRev Camp bell will conduct services at the Christian church Saturday and SundayProf Dickerson and Mrs Fishback will be two of the teachers here this fall We have not learned as yet who the third one will beMr and Mrs Mat Ford have moved back to Living ston again Mr Ott Pike and charming bride are the pleasant guests of Mr Malt Pike near town Mrs Rowzee and Mrs Kssie Painter are spending a few days with relatives and friends at Brodbead Mr and Mrs Arch Mullins have returned after a pleas ant visit with relatives at Mullins StationWalter Rivers was down from East Bernstadt for the 4th Purd Martin was calling on one of our pretty young ladies Sunday Mr and Mrs Dudley Rowlett are visiting Mr and Mrs J C Mc Guile Mrs J B Hayes entertained at dinner the 4th of July Among those present were Mr and Mrs Tom Wilkerson and children of Louisvile Mr and Mrs G W Griffin Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes and little son Master Ar nee Mr and Mrs Harry Jenkins of Corbin and others A delight ful time was reportedMrs Eg bert Haves entertained at supper Wednesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Wilkerson or Louisville Quite a number were pres ent and all report an enjoyable supper and pleasant evening Mrs George Reynolds and son Cecil of Corbin were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Cook first of weekChas Rice was here Wed nesday calling on one ofour young ladies Mrs J R Carter led the prayermeeting Wednesday evening and a very interesting hour was spent in serving the LordMrs Pat Cook of Falmouth spent Sat urday and Sunday with her mother Mrs James Wood Miss Cora Ad ams will lead the pnyejimetirg next Wednesday evening Every one invited to attend There is being great interest shown in oui midweek prayermeetiugs as we have some excellent leaders John Temple Graves in an interview at Lexington says Roosevelt could carry Tennessee and Georgia should he be nomi nated for the presidency again Graves says the South will not in sist on a Southern man for the Democratic nomination Hubert Vreeland Commissioner- of Agriculture has arranged for farmers institutes to be held in every county in the State begin ning the middle of August and fine lecturers have been secured to conduct the discussions before the farmers of Kentucky The itinerary has been announced Oct i and 2 are the dates for the institute at Stanford Test wells are being drill d in both the lower FCeuhiikv oil fialdi with the hope of developing new producing terntoy Di eper tests are alst brtn nip ia rV V 1JV sands Wayne county turned out several good strikes during the last week An interesting ceremony planned forJuly 4th is the dedication of the John Harvard memorial chapel in St Saviours church at South wark England John Harvard founder of Harvard University was christened and where the body of his father lies Clarence Darrowesterdaymade the opening statement for the de fense in the case Of William D Hay wood at Boise Mr Darrow madea general denial of the conspiracy charge and went into details as to what the defense expect to do in the way of contradicting the story told by Hurry Orchard The examination of witnesses for V11810rnIDs afcfr x BARGAINS iL ftUJ zlm y d My Present Prices will continue they Same as Last Week as we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS PLEASE COME vf and- BE Vvv j f CONVINCED I k t = + tc t G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse iSgasSfcfe BARGAINS I A COMPLET ELINEI IIF OR a NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERALI MERCHANDISE Remember that I st at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE c c c Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H Andrews e RICHKentucky I 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 permanept Address NORTH WESTERN CO Depot W C Wabash Ave Chicago Ill Honduras is to remain neutral of any entanglements in Central America affairs according to information received at Washington by Senor Qgarte who was sent to Washington by Provisional President Davilla to make an effort to secure recognition from the United States Government dA mrefRAJIUI I1ptvetl sloeThe Kid Hall Z8R W 1 CARSON PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make any estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed Women Inclined to Constipation functionsmany of their other ills are due to this thebloodfoulbreathcausedbyWomen should be happy to learn of a indigestionand onrans1Thiscuringthemselves thatyouyourmoneyThis great herb laxative compound Is espec beIcausefrom griping It does not butbuildsnpinnyourchildreninguaranteed do what a good laxative should MoKarencured her constipation and stomach trouble and womanklncLShelsbutYou who have never used it tould begin to sicknesstowell Syrup Pepmlm Your draggist will sell you a bottle under our absolute guarantee TMse wisbise Is try Qr r buyIstsMitMe III coa Tilts preys thghe rem 1Mte lesewmtdteatSesi fitIt you riapso of neMb Her or bend aNtcs LaYw hr cb8trawemee sad tbegs anyI ruBUC VEXDKT at uxanvtM reed tad M CALDWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN Ns lx Uetn awrmaee M WarttectoH DCI PEPSIN SYRUP O 1 ta std w MltkN Mj The first Kentucky infantry reacted Jamestown Va Monday and at once went into camp Tberegintprobablv Will par ticipate in the celebration ofWest Virginia dray marching with the troops from that State in grand view vvJt mi 0C D 2 en v i ATTENTION II Listen to the best news of the season What is itj Why saur5 and t III Summer Goods 1 Iarenow on display at at ocr Store you while our line is complete Aa C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY i2 r roJ YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash 4fll511111lti11f11l1l1411t11l1G Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERAND 3FUNERAL DIRECTOR p Mt Vernon Ky 3 w Stock Complete Can furnish on snort no S Etice Metalic Coffins arId Caskets and have Embalming = EdoneFirte Hearse attached =w = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled g Phone No 63 t ITS f 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl111i11lil11111 1111111il111il BRINtt YOUR T p b JOB WORK TO THE SlGNAL4 + MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY July 5 1907 79henIyoucate with SIGNAL Z9 b a J R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 pit 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOnAL Frank Pennington is at home from Hamilton Ohio for a few daysMr C S Neil was the guest of Mrs J W Brown Sunday until MondayMrs Peter DesgrangeS of Ida ho is here visiting her sister Mrs Anna Miller John A Proctor of Burgin Ky was here tbis week visiting rela tives and friends Mr and Mrs U G Baker and Frank and Chris Mulllins spent yes terday in Louisville Mrs E B Brown and little daughter Ada were in Louisville shopping last Saturday Jim Johnson who is running a saw mill in Nelson county is with homefolks this week Mr and Mrs Monroe Frazier of Indianapolis were here this week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Richard Early of Hiatt section were guests of Mrs Sue Butner Monday Mrs S C Davis and daughter Miss Roberta are visiting relatives at Junction City and McKinney- Mr and Mrs J E Houk and little daughter Thelma of James town Ind came Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives here Manly Albright was here be tween trains yesterday and told us there was a big crowd attended the Fourth exercises at Brodhead fair groundsEmmet Hansel has been trans ferred from Woodlawn Ky to Jacksboro Tenn He and family are spending a few days with his father Z T Hansel We unintentionally omitted from the list of those who were in Louisville last week the name of Edgar Mullins and hasten to make amends for so doingjEugene Orndorff B O engin eer running out ot Columbus spent a few days here this week He will epend about two weeks with his parents at Livingston Sam Magee guard in the pen at Frankfort was here Wednesday having brought Joe Norton to tes tify in the trial of Levi Roberts and his brother Horace Norton who are being tried for the same offense for which he was given two years at the March term David Butner spent a few days here this week He is located at De Land Fla and says he has no idea of ever coming back to Rock castle to make his home He also told us that Will McClary is doing well and he and his family enjoying good health Will is general manager of a hardware and furniture company Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson are spendinga portion of their hon e3moon with Mr Hutchesons sister Mrs M B Salin Mr and Mrs Hutcheson will leave about the 13th for Kes imme Flawhere Mr Hutcheson is to take charge of a national bank with 50000 capi t lTbe town has a population of about 4000 or 5000 LOCAL Just received a full line of mens boys and youths clothing ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky Niagra Falls Excursions via Queen Cressent Route July 25 and 30 August 10 and 17 Write H C King C P A Lexington Ky for particulars aug5 WANTED Hickory and White oak Spokes Will pay thee best market price Also Hickory and White akbuts Will give price on applicationW H CARMICAL X Mt Vernon Ky T J Penning sold his residence on Taylor Ave to S B Ramsey Price 600 H M Johnson agent for Turner Day Woolsworth Hand le Go will soon put in a plantat LondonOn ut of the recent illness of Mrs G M Ballard the pablic school will not commence until Monday Jtiy 15 tIMPORTANT NCrKcfir The Turner Dav Woolsworth Handle Co will not receive any more timber at the Mt Vernon mill H M JOHNSON Agent Alva Renner a brother of A Renner and one of the countys best citizens dropped daad at his home near Brodhead Wednesday while eating dinner CIRCUIT COURT Joe Norton son of Mitchel Norton who was on trial at time of our last issue for striking Tobe Carpenter was fined 200 and ninety days im prisonment in the county jail We call attention to the state ments made by our financial insti tutions which appear in this issue Splendid showings indeed and at test the business qualities of those in charge FOR SALE Two farms in Lin coln county near Crab Orcnard For full particular call on or ad dress JAS H LIVINGSTON RF D No i Stanford Ky In our little write up of J A Wood in last issue failed to mer tion the fact that J H Brooks is the manager of the store of Mri Wood at Johnetta Mr Brooks is a son of the late Kergie Brooks and is as wholesouled a man as his father who had as many friends as any man who ever lived in the county Mr Brooks is a brother in law to Mr Wood The Republican County Com mittee met Monday and introduced resolutions declaring that candi dates for Representative should put up the required amount of registration fee bv 4 oclock Tues day afternoon and if only one candidate put up then that one should be declared the nominee R M Johnson and W A B Davis were the only candidates and Mr Johnson failedto pay in his fee Mr Davis was declared the nominee Geo Cornelison formerly of Madison but now a resident of this vicinity and one pf the best men here was found on the railroad track near Berea one morning last week in an unconscious condition He was taken Vo Berda hospital and at this writing is still unconscous He has a severe gash in forehead and neck He had been over to Richmond and got on night train thinking it stopped at Conway Finding that it did not got offat Berea and it is thought started down track to Conway and proba bly became suddenly ill and was struck by a train He has a most estimable wife and cne chiid who are now at Berea with him D C Pullins the beehive man of Conway and prolific inventor is a juryman here during this term of court Mr Pullins showed usa model of a new wire fence stretcher his latest invent ion on which he has made appli cation for a patent The wire stretcher looks like a good thing to us and it is predicted that Mr Pullins has a fortune in his new invention Some Richmond capi talist have already bought a one half interest in the machine and if we are any judge we believe Mr Pullins will have about the best thing on the market in the way of a wire stretcher Miss Ida M Taylor Principal of the Brown Memorial Schoolenter tained at the Langdon Dormitory last Tnrsday evenidg in honor of the teachers who were here attend ing the Teachers Institute One of the features of the evening most worthy of mention was the music Mesdames J W Ridor MJ Mil ler and Anna Miller and Miss MargaretMcClary each sang a solo the college quartette and orchestra which under the tutorship of Prof James McDonald has made such splendid progress rendered several pieces receiving a hearty applause from the large audience ofappreci ative hearers Mrs J W Brown received the visitors while Mrs A G Lovell and Miss Sisson were kept busily engaged supplying the wants of the thirst ones with delic ious lemonade Refreshments were served at too dock and at 1030 the happy guests madetheir departure feeling gra eful to the hostess for the very pleasant evenings en tertainment C Jl Backward Backward II i I Has Been The Season l Making hay while the sun shines i the and keep full line for both my Birdsell I two hand I sell them for less ask you for the only some II other O I S 8 f = = FISH FRIEThe people for many miles around including many from Wildie and the Hiatt section and some few from this place met at Langford yesterday and Celebrated the glorious 4th with an old fashioned fish frie Dont forget we carry a full line of General Merchandise also the Celebrated Vulcan Plow Osborne Milwaukee Harvest ing Machines Binder Rakes and Twine etc A share of your patron age solicited ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky FOR SALE Gone house and on West Main St About two acres of house of rooms good well in yardand good barn For particulars callon S B RAMSEY Mt Vernon Ky Eugene Rufus Spiresjvas given two years in the pen the kill ing of Colonel Lovings which near Friendship church some four or five years ago The trial of Horace Norton and Lias Roberts charged with complicity in the of James and Harlan Arnold has consumed the attent ion of the court this week The will go to the jury tomorrow Robert Hocker the negro mur derer who killed Drummond Veal Tuesday afternoon May 19 and for whom the authorities of a doz en states have been searching dili since has been captured in has been brought to Lexington near which place his crime was committed Hocker was betrayed into the hands of the police bya negro woman who lured him into the meshes of the snare that had been laid for him by Detective Reed a negro member of the Cincinnati police department Reed had been working on the case some time and in this section several weeks ago looking data with regard to the wanted man He kept his movements quiet however and it was not until late Saturday night that he matured his plans and with the aid of al negrowoman with whom Hocker had become infatuated took the murderer into custoday He will be tried at the earliest opportunity and will be speedily given bis just deserts5Eac i That is all slire clothesbuyers 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 clip save you money on every purchase Spring and Summer Suit Specials f- OUR BEST 1000 suits at this sale 745 OUR BEST 1250 suits at this sale 990 s iS OUR BEST 1500 suits at this sale 1245 W 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 tofk cause everyman in County to purchase a share of them J laoni150tS I sell the original Star Brand Shoes the kind with the Star on the heel Always look for the Star it means QUALITY See them Compare qualityand prices inagent for McCormick Deering Harvesting Machineryand a ofrepairs IUmtSee have on alreadyset than others runninggear of kinds II oo I 3E = J co lot ground 5 for occurred killing case gently Cihcinnatiand was up c These Rockcastle Wagons complete QUARTERLY REPORT oflbusinessLoans and Discounts 775i 53 Due from National banks 204283 714283StateBanking house and lot 385000 Specie 39888 240388CurrenCY200500 Furniture and Fixtures 310747 r 9425571 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 40000UndividedDeposits subject to V 5365978terestis 7454338Depositscheck on which in 2088360 terestis paid J Due Trust companies 100000 Dills rediscounted 250000 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or ffrm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or in directly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in andactual amouut of surplus of that bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members there of exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Were all expenses losses interests and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring divideud and was not less than 10 per cent of the net profits of the banks for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes 94255 71i KentuckyCounty J ss I J W Hutcheson cashier of The Citizens Banka bank located an dI doing business inthetown of head in said county being duly says the foregoing report ism swornI spects a true statement of the of said Bank at the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 lathe best of his knowledge and belief and furthar says that the business of said 1ankhas been transacted at the location named and riot elsewhere add that the above report is made in compliance with an of fidal notice received from the Secretary of State designatingj the agthj vdayof I i June 1907 as the day on which such re port shall be madeJ Hutchesori cashier Directors W E Gravely T S Frith and J Thos Cherry Subscribed and sworu to before me by J W Hutcheson the 29 day June 1907 A E Albright Notary Public My commission expires January 20 1908 Schoolbooks tablets and other schoolsupplies at- ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead Ky FARMS FOR SALE I have two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 34 miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements For further information address- G B SDTTON R F DNo i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Ky TEACHERS INSTITUTE The County Teachers Institute which convened here last week was in many respects a very suc cessful and in every respect a most enjoyable weeks work for the teachers Each and every branch taught in the common schools were discussed at length and many valuable lessons taught We the teachers of Rockcastle county beg to submit the following 1st That we express our sincere thanks and commendation to our worthy Superin tendent Mr G M Ballard for his faithful and efficient work and hearty cooperation notwithstanding the fact that he has been detain ed to some extent from our Insti tute on account of the illness of his worthy wife whose absence has been very much felt by our teachers 2nd That we extend our sin cere thaeks to Prot McDonald for pianoIat the opening of each session of the institute 3rd That since it has pleased the All Wise One to call from our midst one of the most earnest work ers in the cause of education and all other causes for the upbuilling of character ewe the teachers of the county feel by the death ofJoshua Boreing we haye lost one of the most conscientious and Jait 1u members of our Institute We hereby extend our deepest sympathy to the bereavedones 4th That we thank Miss Ida M Taylor Principal ofthe Brown Memorial School for the use of the building in which our Institute was held also for the entertaining pro gram of music which she so kindly arranged for us each day the ren dering of which reflected great credit unon Mrs von Eichen and Prof McDonald The following were the pupils Eber Mullins Rilla Hiatt Louana Whitehead Leila May Lovell Blanche Craw ford Claude Thompson James Harness Margarite Lovell Lula McCoy Sadie Richards Zelma Jones Anna May Miller Virginia Martin and Walter Miller assisted by Misses McClary and Sparks Mesdames J W Rider Anna Mil ler and M J Miller 5th That we extend our sin cere thanks to our able and worthy instructor Prof W R Eubanks for his untiring energetic and skillfulwork during the institute We most cheerfully and heartily recommend him to our worthy Su perintendent as our instructor for next year 6th That we extend our thanks andappreciation for the enjoyable reception given in honor of the teachers at the dormitory Thurs day evening 7th That we extend our thanks to Mrs Willis Adams who so roy ally entertained the teachers Wed nesday evenin- gCommitteeS E Chandler M E Worley Mrs Ada Fishback Miss Ella Joplin Jacob Elder FIFTH SUNDAYMEETING AT MAPLE GROVEY On this side of Round Stone at a point about midway between Dudley and Brush Creek stations stands the new Flat Rock church commanding a scenery hard to ex celIIt was a revelation to see the practical interest in church work of pastor and people Old tim- Kentucky hospitality still dwens Jin their homes and Jiberaliti in their hearts r The executive committed rejoice in the best meeting of the year t liberal contributions from the churches The program published in the Signal of June 7th mainly carried out interspersed with a bountiful dinner on Saturday and a large Bible school and good offering on Sunday Now that tho building of new houses in the association will soon be over the Board feels encouraged to expect a forward move along all spiritual lines next year Let ev ery church that wants to move for ward invite the meeting and seek to emulate Flat Rock But they had better look well to their laurel A Chicago firm is looking with covetous eyes on the affable mana ger of the sand and brick plant at Dudley but it is hoped that our county will riot suffer the loss of his removal Tfiis scribe is indebted for favors to Mr Hackett the Reamses Mrs Billy Williams and Pastor Gratefully W R BRISc0E- MATRIMONIAL George W Martin son of B P Martin of Rowland and MissJulia Hall the pretty drughter of Mr Milford Hall of Louisville drove to the home of Eld J G Living ston in the East End andwere united heart and hand by that gentleman The groom holds a lucrative position with the L N with headquarters at Corbin and his bride is one of Louisvilles pop alar young women InteriorJour- nal HIATT Miss Lillie Smith returned home Saturday from a weeks visit in Phillipsfthis placeMiss Minnie Hiatt en tertained a crowd of young folks Sunday Will Lear is visiting placeHarveMt Vernon SundayL J Smith and family were visiting relatives near WilclieSundav f CAtORIAFor thi Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears the t nor dh i 1I 1L JJ it IIIJ OOOOOMOOMOOOO OOO OOOOOO 0a Scott J Emulsion strengthens enfeebled z nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and gI o nerve force 6 It provides baby with the necessary and mineral food for healthy growth 5V ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 A OOOOOOOOOOO LAND STOCKAND CROP June receipts oflive stock al western markets have been heavier than a year ago according to sta tistics There will be an increase in cattle and about the same num ber of hogs but a decided deficiency in sheep and horses The hog run has exceeded trade expectations and a good market has attracted larger number of cattle than would otherwise have been the case The month inaugnarated a free move ment of Texas cattle and a big rut of Kentucky and Tennessee lambs Its prineipal feature was the dis pute between packers and commis sion men over the sale of butcher cattle The annual movement of p rarge shecp was started about the middle of the month Choice Ue are closing at the highest level reached this year but all other cat tit hogs sheeep and lambs have suffered severe depreciation since early in the month Horses are closing at the low point of the year Jonas and Maury Weil export cattle buyers have been in Bour lOU LEIS week looking over the fat cattle about 4000 liend in the county aud made a purchase of about 250 head M Wiel bought of Samuel Cloy 100 head at sf cts ad of Thomas Henry Clay 108 at same price J Weil bought a car load of Martin Doyle at same pi ice They will aveiage about i 380 pounds Danville Advocate All fourthclass postmasters in + Georgia have been grated leaves of absense not exceeding five days to attend the State League of Fourthclass Postmasteis to beheld at Atlanta on August 17 1 9 C r LL1iE ANtI CU E THE LUPICS WITH MWt g jNpJli DiscJery IFOR fatI OOOM COUCH rON8UIVP7lON I OUGHS and OLDS 60c Price 100 rr IFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TRaUB- ULES or EIOHEY BACE GREAT BARGAIN For sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 155 per acre takes the bound ary For further information ad dress R L Me Perron Mt Ver non Kyor this office ron AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN 1I6rNOW 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 waiting for it The agents harvest- OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES VIA Seeen Crescent Route ONTH- EFfrstand Third Tuesday of each month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets now on salegood returning till May 31 OL9Pr For particulars writs x H CKItC PTAjii i Lexington Ky Kentuckys output of coal during 1906 was nearly twice the total amount mined in the State in 1900 according to the report of the State Mining Department filed with the Governor at Frank ford The report also shows that the State leads the country in the production of spar and is coming to the front in barytes mining In the presence of a large assem blage of teachers interested in Eng sh education at Worcester Col lege the vice chancellor of the university presented President Nicholas Murry Butler of Colum bia University New York with an illuminated address inclosed in a handsome silver casket The Coast and Geodetic Survey service reports that an earthquake was recorded at the Cheltenham Md observatory yeaterday morn ing at 8 oclock 14 minutes and 53 seconds and lasted one hour 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 DAMONSJft ILLS AND TONIO PELLETS healthYIlivers Complete Treatment 25o Sold by CHAS C DAVIS KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1967 as far as reported Officers ol lairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates BRODHEAD Aug 143 days Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 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 Luwrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days daysidays Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236days WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AN- DS1CNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Send your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a yearFOLEYS KIDNEY CURE f WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder iilease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk havingBrights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and f100 Bottles REFUSE UPSTITUTM CHAs C DAVIS QUARTERLY REPORT Of The Bank of Mt Vernon at the close of business June 29th 1007- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 8554854 Overdrafts secured it7 325 Due from National banks 1665336 Mortgages 1938723 Specie 136925 1 624125 Currency 487200 J Furniture and Fixtures 420 25 Current expenses last quarter b72331 142105 229338 13224726 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus Fund 500000 Undivided profits 448oi9 Deposits subject to check on which in 7053836 terest is not paid J 10776707 Deposits subjest to checkon in 3722871 terest is paid J SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or theIvidual members thereof directly or in directly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in andactual amouut of surplus of that bank None anyIindebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of hank None Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members there capitalIAmount of last dividend 10 per ceent i5oooo Vere all expenses losses interests and taxes deducted therefrom before de daring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of the net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes 13224726 State of Kentucky County of Kockcastle f ss I W Richards cashier of The locatedIsis th2 foregoing report is in all rt spicts a true statement of the condition said Hank at the close of business onIOf lay of June 1907 to the test of his lnowledge and belief and furlhor says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an ficial notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 2gth day of June 1907 as the day on which such re POi t shall be madeW Richards Cashier Directors Cc Williams S H Mar tin and G S Livesay byWA B Furnish Notary Public My commission expires January 6 1910 DIMON RYfOILCUTSSORESBuRNS gc J In an address on Stainless Flag day at Nashville tormer Uuited States Senator E W Cor mack predicted that persons now living will see the day when t he saloon is outlawed in every State in the Union Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watcb 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 ruv 3 C F1A1L1- NfOIEYIIONTYANDTAR Cares Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In syStembowels A certain relief for croup and whooplnrcourh Nearly all other cough cures ass constipating especially those OpiatesKennedys Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates Tile Ret Clover somanci the Honey Eel on tTKy bottle KENNEDYS LAXATIVE Ta1eMiittekfeL HONE1JnAR VWASZP I 0 WIfOOCHIOAQO U LAS by CHAS C DAVIS s Is Your Hair Sick Thats toobadl We had no ticed it was Ibokifrg pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a perfect hair tonic The hair stops corning out grows faster keeps soft and smooth Ayers Hair Vigor cures sick hair makes it strong and heathy The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years I A Made by J Ayer Co Lowell 1011 Also manuf oturor of uers I TO MAMMOTH CAVE Rockcastle Lincoln and Boyle counties excursion to Mammoth Cave July 8th Special through coach on early morning train are 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 411 Rowland 430 Stanford 433 Junction City 452 Parksville 405 Brumfield 514 Gravel Switch 522 A M See L N agent NerveSI lifweak wornout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion head ache neuralgia or pen odic pains it is because Itisthat makes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectly become sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores nerve strength and puts the power behind the or gans to do their work Almost three years I suffered from palpitationsleep with comfort or walk or talk wasinsoem to do me any good I had triedso many remedies that I did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was suggested hy a friend I got relief daynIbuthasam very grateful because since I have absolutelyno FORDCOyourdrugpistfirst bottle will benefit If it falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WOBKS Manufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky yrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager t waft n Ililuiii Iron Fence Jfcbeaperthanwood Will last aHfetlmt1 II StIHIc1114 11MPGIl ARr lCINCINNATI Cv Cur IN desis ol lies Peace nre ew c ijkfre low aiicw will Ktrjalj Cilleai lie t BEE LIUK Rev Todd will fill his appoirr ment at Bethel next Sunday Miss Omie Brown nd sister Myr tlei visue1 W D Thompson atd family Sunday last People are very busy this pretty weathercmI ting their wleatThere will be a s nging school commence next Sunday af Providence conducted by Rev Will Owens and Jacob Elder Mis Belle Delaney sold a yoke of steers to Mr Brown for S2 James Harness has returned from Mt Vernon where he has been attending school Io C 0 N IV A I Mr Henry Wood our accomo daling R R Agent at tnis place has been notifid by R R officials that a telegraph instrument would be placed in his office at this place this weekMr James Holdemau of Crab Orchard thisIrented the Sigmon property at place nowowned by the Round Stone Land Co and will run a public hording house which has been badly needed here for long time to accomodate the visitors to this place A MEMORABLE DAY One of the days we remember with peasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on we became acquainted with Dr Kings New life Pills the pain less purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowds right 25C at Chas C DAVIS Drug Store oAS T OtlJABears SlgI11turo of A ATRAI LOAD OF BOOKS The Cash Buyers Tuion Failed for 700000- We bought its entire stock of new books from the receiver in hank ruptcy We are closing them out at from toe to 50 cents oa the dollar SAMPLE PRICES Late copyright books were 150 My price 3Sc includes The Jungle House of a Thousand Candles kinsman Hearts and Masks Ebcn llulden Man of the Hour and dozens of others Encyclopedia liritannica Jail Morocco Regularly My price 7 75 us Pictures regularly 1200 My price 1Hhakesearc Complete Personul Edision Regularly 2S100 My price 875 Millions Jof Rooks thou adds of Cities chance of a lifetime to get aluiost any book or set of hook you want for next te nothing while stock ROOKS SHIPPED ON APPROVAL bubjeat to eqatnination in your own home before Pitying Everytbook guaranieed new and satisfac tory or subject to return at my exacnse Write for my big Free Bargain List of this lothingWillbring DAVID II CLAKKSON the Book Broker Department CHICAGO A Bilious Attack Symptoms Sour 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 nlMON9SJV JILL TONIC PELLETS One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cts Sole hy CHAS C DA V 16 M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky S FirstClass 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C Ji iill TDDIA Tt ruw 1 FemaleWeaknessLast nelton W Va I was going down by inches from female disease with great pain After tak ing Cardui Oh I My How I was benefited I not well yet but so much better that I will keep taking Wine Cardui till I perfectly curedDespite the envious attacks jealous enemies and rivals Cardui still holds supreme position today as the past years for the relief and cure female diseases It stops pain tones up organs functions and aids the of organ t1 CTun CONY am am on of am of in 70 of FREE ADVICE Write us a letter describing all your symptoms and we will send you envelopeAddress IThe Chattanooga Tenn Medicine Co Chattanooga IAt Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles I OF CARDU1LccC I JONAS McKEPNZE You cant afford to miss the old reliable Stored for your SPRING and SUMMER Dry Goods Staple and Fancy Notions i We carry no shoddy secondhand conWr sale goods only the best such as we can scientiously recommend to our custolners Call and see us when in need of anything in 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