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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fH f Published Every Friday 1 1nuu1 1trlti iUn4L VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY jKY FRIDAY AUG 2 1907 NUMBER 45 U J ltllITi t ttTtJTftJJtTttJTtttti1f1ttTtfttJttttt11 cr IVIHU AY ca D t = =1 You have often heard the old saying that There is nothing sure gbut Death and Taxes= This saying evidently was created more than jtwentyone years ago haswbeenthan twentyoneyears as the Surest Thing on Earth for 1 = Good Merchandise AND ilow Pricesi BigLinepdrens3 Clothing at 33 13 per cent off of regular prices offer pgood through the monthof iAugust= = I The Goad Old Summer Time 1 GIs passing away so we are cutting the life out of on all the Summer Dry Goods Shoes and Hats i U G Baker is SURE t save you money SURE to please you SURE to bring rj you back again if you com ponce It pay to buy ofa S SURE THING 111411iitiiiltlititili11f4141i1S1llitilililiiiiiilifl ilttililiiill- t ti j UW 1 1ti JG M HON JOSEPH F BOSWORTH Who has been declared the Republican nominee for State Senator from = this the Seventeenth Senatorial district Hon John D Jarvis failing to = put up the registration fee Since the district is so overwhelmingly M Republican that there is no hope of electing a Democrat we are glad 3 to see Judge Bosworth tbe man for had the Republicans searched their entire ranks they could not have found a man more suitable or one who 1 will try to do more for his constituency than Judge Bosworth BKOUHEAD M = Nick Carter attended the com = mencement exercises of the Hos gg pital College of Medicine in Louis o villeMiss McCowanof Harrods 2 burg is a pleasant visitor of Mrs gS J W Hutcheson on Silver street Miss Ola Sullivan after spending gg two weeks with hei grand parents 2 Mr aud Mrs F Francisco has re g turned to her home at Williams 2 JUrgMrs W K Shugars has returned home after spending a 1 week in Lancaster Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson = are here for a few days from Kis rs simee FlaM G Dowell is just = in from Corbin Piueville and Mid dlesboroN Giles Carter is in Friendville Tenn on business = B R Wilmott has returned to = Lebanon Junction after spending a 3 frw days here with his sister Mrs o Walter MiUerW T Evans isi 2 offon a six weeks trip through rs central and southern Kentucky 1 Mis M E Wilmott and daughter czi Miss Clyde have returded from a 3 two weeks stay in Knoxville the 2 guests of Mrs G W Brooks iri G M Frith is at Brush Creek on 3 business this weeki3Rev J W Masters filled his reg S ular appointment at the church last Sunday morning 1 eveningThe Lycetn Comedy Co will give nightly shows here dur 2 ing the fair Dont fail to see th 2 great five act drama entitled Wed = ed but no wifeMrs L Cass 3of Louisville is visiting her son 3 PQlDpicU P Cass and Jas = Carlton were visiting Jno Fugott in the Hiatt neigborhood Sunday 3 H B McClary left this burg las = Monday morning for where he accepts the cashiership placesBrent is one of those sons who its a native of Rockcastle and some 2 day in the near future she will be 3 proud of her exson He has been employed here as assistant cashi r pasot 3 year and has made an excellent = man He is the right man in the 3 right place and the time willnot be long till the Farmers Bank at 2 Dunmore Ky will be one of the oeld 5 commonwealth THE CHARMING WOMAN 2 perfeformS woman who could never serve as j an artists model possesses those adIneatness clear eyes smooth Istepandhealth A physically weak woman is never attractive not even to her self Electric Bitters restore weak brighteyes GwtrauteedC at r a r c ORLANDO ITbe one vearold child of Dink received avery painful wound in the head by falling from MrsIwas reported very sick Tuesday Wiflis Singleton took a wagon load from this place to Mt Vernon Wednesday to seethe drcl1sMrs Major Ball was at home from Flanagan this week t see her brother Bob Baker wh had his leg broken while at wor ferniweeks ago- Granville Cox of Wildie wa calling on one of prettiest damsels Sunday Jack Laswell was in Mt Vernon Monday on businessThe Rev Tom Reams preached at Mci News Chapel Saturday night Sun day and Sunday nightMatt Jones who has typhoid fever is iminedijbetter cannot andIBrvant Sunday and removed about one quartof fluid which had gathered around the lung He has been feeling better sinceMrs visIand Mrs George Reams were tbe Laswelldand Miss Ollie Laswell visited Miss MondayMrse an appendicititurned to her home at Havlock therebytthe btas ever was schoolr a Maple Grove is doing nicely wit JmSundaybetween LONG LIVE THE KING throughouFuropean t America the cry of the presen NewDiscovery MrJuliasayslIt never fafls to give im mediate relief and quickly cure cough or cold Mrs Paines majorityofIsore throats after all other finor CDAVISTrial bottle free Pad u cab business men are great ly pleased by the success ofan toIbeh1rfcCrackencountyiQI1d October 3 4i5tVlll BOOT for fashioieU eopk e Our Leaders theWeann the Lad11 SHOES ured the Shoe Co St Louis A positive guarantee goes with ery pair of eyiLADY Shoes If you are ing for footwear dont fail to and see our line CLOSING OUT We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other townotvtalking through our hats but mean just what b we Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince 1Jwere SONis 1 STATE FAIR CATALOGUE READY HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED BOOK TELLS OF PREMIUMS AMUSE ENTERPRISES Music The regular edition of the Ken tuckv State catalogue printed in three colors and handsomely il lustrated came from the press this week and thousands of copies are being mailed dailv from the headquarters of the at Louisville prelminary list for the State Fair was issued a month ago It cover ed eighty odd pages The regular catalogue has 152 pages The classifications in air depat tmentt are complete together with the speed program and an announce ment of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair There are also eighty fine half one views of the new grounds and byet e Agriculture as a Statte the balloon race viewYs e balloon is shown ins large half is a page cut of carrytflights and exhibitions at the Stath tosbe Captain only appea ance in Kealuckyvor South Indiana His airship will only make six appear SeYc airship are printed for the first time in the State Fair catalogue PoinCis around Louis vide while there is some valuable informations on the railrord dr and ticket offices together with th steamboatlineS One of the most attractive views in the book is an attractive zinc etching of the eruption of Vesu nightlyingettier with Pains famous fire 1887 AHANDSOME SHOE all leathers allstyles rr This is onei American Gentleman American by HamiltonBrown Mo AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICAN uptodate say MENT ETC Fair Fair toneThere KnabWsJtiues passengercarrying = = q o oooooooooooooooooooThathacking Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened Take Scotts Emulsion O 1oo easy to take and easy to digest 0ALL DRUGGISTS 50e AND 100 OMOOO OOOOOd worksNatiello and his allstar band from the Land of Music which is to give three concerts daily during the State Fair occupies two pages in half tone An entry blank accompanies each catalogue also a souvenir postcard in seven colors which the recipient is asked to mail to some friend Any one desiring a catalogue will be sent one by applying to the Secretary R E HUGHESat Louisville DAYaOne of the days we with peasure as well as wit profit to our health is the one on we became acquainted with Dr painless thae 25C at Chas C DAvis Drug Store WANTEDHickory and White oak Spokes Will pay the best market price Also Hickory and PrigW H CARMICAI Mt Vernon Ky =Established Manufacti1 toh KENTUCKY FAIR DATES fixedI1907 as far as reported Officer of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesGeorgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug I34 days daysShepherdsville Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days daysElizabethtown dayshLexington Sept 236 days A HAPPY MAN ByronNsore on his leg which had troubled him the greater part of his life had BucklensArmcahealer of Sores Burnr cuts Wounds and Piles Guaranteed DruggistPrice fOllnDONEYARDTARInYHtavq nwWQ gb1 BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departmentsHigh School Gram CookingandSewinge utgoodrmsBoa1500 For catalogue address MISS IDA JL TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Kentucky Jm MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 2 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W BeckhamFor S W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Heud ricksFor State Superintendent ol Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafuon For Clerk Court qf AppealsJohn B Chenault Without taking sides in the fac tional q a Tel among the Democrats of Louisville which has reached a critical stage the Democrats of the State at large need to be ad monished that both the State ticket already nominated and such ticket as may be nominated in this city and county stand in imminent peril of defeat Machine politics could go no further than it has lately gone but machine politicians have usually some regard for decent appearances With the Governor of the State officially the Democratic leader in notorious alliance with the im placable enemies of his partyacc- epting as his organ a newspaper whic h carries at its masthead aRe publican Presidential candidate and from time immemorial has vilified each and every Democrat of recog nized standing in the Stateit would seem full time that upright thoughtful and disinterested Demo crats having oniy the good of the party at heart should interpose to save a day that will be surely lust if these things proceed unforbidden and unchecked Gov Beckham may think he has the world in a sling and the Senatorship in hispocket but there ought to be somewhere loyalty enough and sense enough to know that he hasnt Courier Journal THE case against Caleb Powers for complicity in the assassination of Gov Goebel was called for the fourth t ialat Georgetown Mon day Judge Robins who presided as special judge at the thid trial was asked to vacate the bench which he did after spending two days reading and preparing a reply to the twentysix pages of type written affidavit presented by Pow ers setting fourth his reasons why Judge Robins should not try the case Unfairness on the part of the Court in every particular was alleged in the affidavit which the Court took occason to deny not in sugar coated language before va eating the ibench The attorneys flailing to agree upon a special Judge the Governor has been ask ed to appoint a judge at once tie trial may continue In thiI the fourth trial it is to be that the case will be tried accord ing to law and the courts of justice no longer made a farce the ver dicts of which to be overruled by the higher courts Powers will never get justice according to his way of looking at it unless like Hargis he gets everything but fair ness and allowed to go free with his bloody crime bringing disgrace dishonor and shame to the proud name of old Kentucky JUDGE HARGIS the Breathitt feudist has resjgned as a member ofthe Democractic State Central Committee from the Tenth which bespeacksthe fact that the he has left a little of the sense of duty and right If he had done this a long time ago and got clear out of the party the Democrats in Ken tucky wmld have been much bet ter off lOLITIUmnPoJdTICIAN i I D L isof Laurel county f 1t ft rY on was declared the Republican nom iI nee for Judge of the 33rd district by the committee which canvassed the returns His majority was one vote and his opponent John C Eversole will probably contest the electionW Bryan will be employed by the State of North Carolina to make the chief arguement before the Supreme Court in the case in volving the right of the State to enforce the local rate law Indict ments were returned at Marion and Old Fort against ticket agents who violated the law James Hargis ofBreathitt coun ty Tuesday handed in his resignation as member of the Democratic State Central Committee from the Tenth Congressional district Hargis attended a meeting of the State Committee at Frankfort Monday for the first time in many months and his resignation soon followed His successor will be chosen later Hargis said he wanted to be cleared of all the Charges against him before leaving the committee In 1895 when Col W 0 Bradley was the candidate for gov ernor against Gen P W Hardin Hon Augustus E Wilson the Re publican nominee to day for governor was the leader of that noto rious dark lantern society called the A P As in Louisville This is the man the Republicans have selected as their standard bearer against the sterling and splendid Democrat Judge W S Hager This same Wilson is the man who bolted the Republican nominee for Mayor of Louisville George W Todd he is the same man who had his man Senator Stege of Louisville bolt W God trey Hunter The Republican nom inee for U S Senator in 1895 Interior Journal Hon Jerry A Sullivan member of the Kentucky State Democratic Committee returned Tuesday after a very pleasant visit to the East While in Washington his views on politics were given out as fol lows by a dispatch Mr Sullivan seems positive the Democratic State ticket wiil win by the usual majority in November as a large majority of the voters have no faith in the Republican party leaders in Kentucky especially those now in control He does not believe the Republican platform this year will attract many if any independent voters As to national politics Mr Sullivan said If Mr Bryan wants the nomination next year he will receive it without formidable opposition But Bryan has not yet stated that he is desirous of running again in 1908 He has been twice defeated and he may do as Henry Clay did and favor the nom ination of some friend like Governor Johnson of Minnesota LAND STOCK AND CROP S Hi Martin bought of P Y Hunt a combined saddle and har ness mare for 150 Oats for sale at 5z per hundred Large binds cut with a reaper Gus STYVERSON Aug 231 FOR SALEA farm of 100 acres 3 miles north of Mt Vernon For particulars call on or address MrsG W Gentry Sr ML Vernon Ky NoTiCEAH parties indebted to me for season money on colts will please be prepared to pay same during the fair MODE CRAWFORD At Mt Sterling MondayCourt Day big run of cattle fully 3000 head The quality was fair and good trade The best feeding cat tle sold at 4Jc with light weight stuff at 334 to 4c Yearlings at 425 to 4 50 Heifers at 334 to 40 the latter price for fat stuff Cows at 3 to 3c Bulls 3 to 3 About i ooo sheep on the market and the prices asked were from 5 to 6 per head Good crowdat the pens with some buyers from other states Horses were brisk and a good many buyers here A lot of sales were made at good prices No mules on the market orbo few that no sales are reported Charles H Meyer president of the Western Federation of Miners and codefendant with William D Hay wood who was acquitted of the murder of former Gov Frank Steunenberg will be admitted to bail in the sum Of25oooIt was expected lie would be released Sun night but there was a hitch and Moyer spent another night in jail He was releasediMoridayKf jf MIDDLEFORK The farmers are well pleased over the recent growing showers A big new school house is being LerectedMorris and company Bert Baker and Frank Angel of this place teft Monday for Sandy Hook KyA delightful party was the guest of Miss Ella Baker Sunday Those that composed the party were Misses Sarah Pruitt Sarah Angel 8ummers1Flora has been so low is reported as noI better and it is thought she cannot recoverRobert Baker and Joseph Tussey went to McKee Tuesday on legal business Saturday and Sunday is the reg ular meeting time at Old Union Baptizing Sunday a large crowd expected The institute begins Monday August fifth with Prof H H Harris of Beatyville as in structor We are assured that in Mr Harris we have an instructor that is able scholarly and equal to the taskThe Iudian Creek schoolwhich is being taught by Geo C Johnson shows the best attendance ever had beforeThe Sunday School which is being conducted by Mrs Edna Tussey and Miss Della Lathen is pro gressing nicely Bishop Jonn H Vincent of the Methodist church created quite a sensation among the ministers in attendance at the Chautauqua at Coffeyville Kan by attacking the evangelistic system now in vogue in most of the churches of his de nomination Bishop Vincent be lieves that revivals produce only temporary good and that on ac count of the sensational methods used in so many of them the bad effect more than offsets the good The venerable bishop expressed himself as standing for genuine evangelistic effort under discreet direction but protests with em phases against all sensationalism and spasmodic efforts to crrae an illbalanced emotionalism and mere temporary devices for exciting en thusiasm The bill making the entire State of Georgia prohibition was passed by the House yesterday with two slight amendments which will he concurred in by the Senate art the Governor is certain to sign the measure when it reaches him The new bill is drastic in its regulations and prohibits the sale of liquor in the State How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to da a given thing the aim with all of us to find the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of disease People suffering from liver trouble imagine that somethingthatthan that m the cure of so serious a dis order as liver trouble When that drowsy clogged up feeling comes on you go to a drug store and ask for a 50 cent PepsinTakenot only clean out the bowels and stimulate the liver but it will get the blood to circulating so that you feel active again and arouse the functions of the stomach so that your appetite returns and you feel like your old self again A simple laxative or purgative could not do that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is not only a won derful laxative but it has tonic properties so that unlike so many other things instead of leaving you weak and drawn it builds you up and strengthens you It does not griperit acts smoothly oiling the intestines so that the passage is smooth and agreeable It is gentle but effective pleasant to the taste and pure in quality It is an excellent economical Home Cure and its results are permanent It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed for it constipationdyspepsiaach bloated stomach flatulency diarrhea and the dozen and one other ills of the stomach liver and bowels It is the greatest of household remedies and no family should be without it because in a family someone at any moment may need such a laxative and then you will ap pred ate having Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin in the house Those wishing to try Dr buylugaddressing the This to that the remedy as to those have taken It Send for It If any symptoms of stomach or disease Gentlest yet most for and guaranteed permanent cure THE So and Sure as SYRUP This product bears guarantee Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg Montlcellc III t M C ptSjm 1 The Fall Term opens Tues duy September 3 1907 There are ten free scholarships for each Legislative district See your County Superintendent now about yours- Appointments will be made by your County Superintendent on Saturday Aug 17 State Certificates and Life Diplo mas are awarded when earned by resident work Write for complete catalog to the president R N ROARK 712 Richmond llyftK i L3eaB F BARGAINS R I en QI acc m 11 II F iasd SOHOOL BOOKS and all kinds of Schoot u1iG T JOHNSON 0 K STORE Opposite CourtHouse I xla 3 f ot I i c 383 ICOMPLETE LINE II st at the LOWEST Prices I II A FULL LINE Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH I Andrews I y i Closing Ouf af Cosi have a large number of Mens and Boys IWe iti which we are are going to close out at also have quite an assortment of odd pants cost and carriage Green Seal ShoeS CJWe have on hands a full line of GREEN SEAL ISHOES unexcelled by anything on the market Call and see us I LANGFORD W H BAKER KE UCKYi Activity in the Harriman stock was the chief feature of the past week in New York financial circles Speculators anticipate an increased dividend but arenot plunging heavily Money was generally easierCatherine Moore died at Rabway N Ja the age of 1 12 years She was born ia 1795 atTuckahoe Md Her faculties except oraslght deafness were well preserved She leaves four children 13 grand grandchildrenchildren and one great great grandchild Kentucky No verdict was reached in the case of Louis Glass the alleged San Francisco grafter and the jury was discharged The prosecution an nounced it would proceed with the remaining cases against Glass The past week was a dull one in the Kentucky oil fields and the only activity was in Wayne county where two oilers and a duster were badymuch tordo withthe lack of activity TiwiD 2en BARGAINS IIMERCHANDISE e = IfHIGOODS I will sell at Cost for a few days all SUMMER I I Ladies and Childrens Hats and Slippers IAGREAl CLEARANCE SALE I They have to go to make ready for the full stock ComeItake advantage of this sale while it lasts IA C HIATT HI ATT KENTUCKY 5J H 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 leftwith 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 tttttttttttttttttt Willis Griffin 3 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKER = yIStock Comp fete Can furnish on short no =w tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = 3EORDERSM E Phone No 63 = U1Ul1U1UU11UU1U1Ul1U1UU11111UlUU11U1Ul111UU11UlU1U BE1NGFYOUR JOB WORK A T0TH E- 3IGNL1 ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Aug 2 190 fIcate wIth SIGNAL 4 R RCJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERS011AL J W Rider went to Knoxville MondayDr L Myers went to Cincin nati Monday R E Thompson spent Saturday until Monday here Miss Addie Taylor is visiting relatives in Pulaski S J Conn will leave shortly for the Lone Star state Dr S C Davis reports Miss Al ice Pitman sick with fever Miss Zula Jones of Middlesboro is the guest of relatives here Miss Keith Sperry of Louisville is the guest of Mis Frances Sparks T C Powell has been vary sick the past past week with malaria feverG W Owens has returned from Lexington slightly improved in health J J McCall was here Wednes day and told us that he was im provingMrs D Hysinger who use to be Miss Mary Durmon contin ues very sick Misses Bid and Rosa Dolan of Louisville are visiting their sister Mrs R A Welch Miss Ida May Adams left Mon day for Live Oak Fla going by way of Washington Mr and Mrs J A Oliver were guests of Mr and Mrs A H Ham lin Saturday and Sunday E D Hansel inspector and gauger at Lawrenceburg was with hometolks here for a few days Mr and Mrs H Hutcheson and Mrs JB Hutcheson of Owen ton are guests of Cashier and Mrs M B Salin Mrs Margaret Grimes who is under treatment of a specialist at Lexington writes that she is rapid ly recoveringRobert has returned from a six months stay in Illinois Robert says Rockcastle is good enough for him Misses Jocie Elrod and Locie Debord of Somerset were visiting their aunt Mrs David Henderson and other relatives and Georgia McClure and Mr Mrs Dock Olhver were here Tuesday to attend the burial of Miss Maude Hansel Mrs W B Whitehead and daughter Miss Louana expects to visit the Jamestown Exposition about September ist P P Singletou Singer sewing machine man was a caller at this office Monday and reported his wife who has been very sick for sometime better Mr Craig Br ant was reported very much worse yesterday He has been sick several weeks Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey left yester day for Mr Bryants Cashier W L Richards writes from Glencoe that he is getting along nicely and gaining flesh every day LaterMr Richards and family returned to Mt Vernon o the early train this morning Mr and Mrs R L Collier are guests at the Miller Hotel this week They have as their guests Miss Virginia Shumate a daughter of the Nath Shumate and Mis Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard C B Henderson left Wednesday for St Louis and if he doe employmenthere go to work for the D R Mrs Henderson will remain here until he is located H H Hutch on who went t Kissimmee Flaa month ago to open a bank has returned to Ken tucky and because of the fact th he was confined to his room almo from the time be got there with malaria he will likely not go back r j Frank Wallen and funihof Richmond Ind spent a few days here the first of the week with his sisters Mesdames Tate and Griffin Elbert Hansel and wife of Leba nan junction Emmett Hansel of Chester Tenn were called home Sunday on account of the illness of their sister Miss Maud Little Miss Blanche and Hiatt the bright and attractive children of Mr and Mrs Mode Crawford are spending this week with relatives in Garrard county r LOCAL While in town call around to inv shop and see my work the largest stock tombstones and mon ments seen in Rockcastle GEO OWENS The prospects for a good fair at Brodhead this year are better than ever before At the Brodhead fair is where you get your moneys worth Constable Cam Mullins arrested at Livingston a man thought to be James Richardson wanted in California for the murder of a deputy sherift The reward is 1000 BORR0wEDThe party who borrowed by saddlepockets from the office will please return them at once as 1 need them R L McFERRON Ben Cummins was fined 50 in county court Monday for bringing more than one gallon of whisky into the county at one time He ap pealed the case to the circuit court The Haag Show which exhibit ed here Wednesday was fully up to the expectations of allj and it might be said that if there is an honest show on the road Haags come near being that one STRAYEDAsorrel horse about 14 hands high came to my place July 6th Owner can have same bv paying damages and for pubic cation of this noticeW ANDERSON 7193t Orlando Ky CARD OP THANKS To those who were so very kind to us dur ing the recent illness and in the death of our deardaughter and sister we extend our heartfelt thanks Z T HANSEL AND CHILDREN NOTICEAll parties holding notes or accounts against the tIS tate of G A Proctor deceased are requested to present same tC me on or before Sept 1st igoy JAMES PROCTOR administrator July 193t Orlando Ky Mrs Charlie Norton died Saturday after an illness of several months of consumption She was a daughter of Wm Wallen and of a large family only two are left the father and one son Jesse who lives in Texas The mother and all the children have died wirh consume tion MISS MAUD HANSEL THE VICTIM OF TYPHOID Maud Hansel is dead That sounds very strange to our ears as we repeat it oer and oer and think A short time ago she was young fresh and full of life but now she is dead Is it true Did we say that Maui was dead Yes but we change that and say that she is at rest Yes Maud isat rest Will we miss her did you ask How can we forgetforget Does the sun forget to keep its ap pointed time or the stars to shine in the bright orbs Nay verily Neither does images stamped upon our hearts by those we love perish or decay No we shall not forget Maud She was a noble true girl and we delight to pay tribute to her memoryShe a consecrated Christian happydeathher happy teens the time when halfnopen door that leads into a fairer and more promising land of dream- and flow rsAs she would hav entere da messenger came up and saidHCome this way It is best No we will not nighse that came to Bethlehem in the lon g long ago The stars still serve as windss NevntvacantG a f to be filled but thee work of work exobly to the will of God On July 3oth 1907 at 200 A Viishe fell 50stent P CIty after short but appropriate tbebqmellYI M r tiwwwww o Sv ww wwvwr = I II HI ICt c II II Delays Have Dangerous Ends m nit We have all heard of times when a delayed train rushed out of a station where there was otelegraphoffi e aj IJ sidetrack to let the Fast Mall go by Every thing moved along smoothly until they reached the fatal curve here the engineer saw the headlight of the Fast Mail withiua few 11 feet of his own engine It was too late then to reverse the throttle Too late for thing but the awful t Crash meryuCompare the two trains to your feet Maybe you have bean weiriug shoes that have m been ruining your feet and hesitate about buying another kiudsaying iItrill try fpahof these shoes And you go ahead and get the same hinds the same hurt anotherIthem a few days yet they hurt your feet all the time Eacli dcni think they are being ibroken in Its your feet that are being broken in not your shoes You are nearing the t the curve You wear them awhile and they hurt you more tied more You start for a I longUiwalk and the u crash comes your feet have gone the limit They have been wrecked Then you have tried the new kind But why wait until your feet are ruined 1 11 try the new kind Dont you thighit is worth your while to save your feet heroreYollI Ill Star Brand shoes the shoes thatdo not hurt Come and see iii r I M4fI fJVJ UJI m r m m U I t I l g L 3 Y 4 2 14 V r j The M W of Awi1l meet in their hall over Fishs store next Tuesday evening at 8 oclock A lull attendance requested A special from Livingston dated he 3rst saysEvery train that asses through here is being stop ped and searched and 150 men heavily armed are scouring the surrounding country for a negro vho attempted to assault Ella Daugherty at tunnel No 8 near Hazel Patch on L N railroad vest rdayMiss Daughertv is the seventeen year old daughter of Joe Daugherty a railroad contractor vho is doing work near the tunnel She left the house to go to the pring which is 150 yards sway find get some water On the way and when she was near the mouth ot the tunnel the negro attacked her and beat her almost into insensibility Her screams attracted the attention of the men in the house who ran to her rescue The negro who is known to be employed in the tunnel escaped Several hundred landowners of Harland county have effected an organization to resist the claims of the Davis estate to 86ooaacres of the most valuable coal and timber lands in the county and one of the greatest legal fights in the history of this region is promised A meeting was held Saturday and plans effected to conduct a mutual fight against the Davis estate The Davis people are claiming tsie1846 Suits for posession of the land have been pending for some transfertCourt of Eastern Kentucky Offices are maintained by the Davis estate at several points in South agentshavebeenendeavoriug time past to reach amicable adjust ments with thee native defendants in the suits A great many corn promises have been effected Until lately there has been no complaint against the methods em played by the outside claimants of pavebecomeincensedder employed by the Davis estate and ohheirffPJ 1j5 Anyone wanting Singer sewing machine needles and attachments will find same at J Fishs store Mt Vernon Look at our sample machine on exhibition in his store P P SINGLETON Salesman and collector of Singer Machine Co It seems that it would be ad visable for the board of town trustees to see that their ordinances are properly drawn and in shape before trying to inforce them We stand for a corporation always have andalways will but we want to see it properly run We stand for a stock law but we only stand for that kind of a stock law which dealswith every citizen alike The weather for August will be a repetition of July according to Prof Marsh the noted Ohio weather prophet and we will have little relief from intensely hot weather He says The very hot weather for Aug ust will be relieved by copious rain with strong winds The storm mentioned will be quite severe and damaging the mins quite heavy and well scattered in all sections and the storm follows followed by hot dry weather LOCAL FORECAST Between July 31st and August 2dStormsThird 4th Unsettled generally fair Fifth to ibth Unsettled stormy conditions with occasional thunder mostolothnEleventh to I3thFair and hot Fourtetnth to 2 7th Thunder storms and wind- ijighteenth to 24thStorm weather with damaging storms of high winds rain and hail between 2oib and 24th- Twentyfifth to agthHot wave Thirtieth to 3istWindand rain LIVlNG8ivQA Mr EpsonofLaFolleUeTen- nhasmovedin the residence on Main u alt BowmaCockrelChaittP s will lead the prayer meeting next Wednesday eveningfBroCampb- eUwillpreKCb at tlie Christian 9jY tL r I church Saturday evening and Sunday morning and evening Every toaltendra at PittsburgJep and two sons Wade and Elmer of Level Green ar e here attending the bedisde of little Irene Samms near townMiss Cora Adams leaves today for Lan caster to visit Miss Mae Magee Mr Logan son of Judge Logan of Pineville was here Wednesday calling on oneof our popular young ladiesThe little child of Buck Howard died Tuesday of croup Mr and Mrs Will Shelton have returned from the Jamestown Ex position were here a few days last week on their way to their new home at CorbinEgbert Hayes has purchased the house and lot on Main street belonging to Mrs Sue Mullins adjoining J R Carters residenceMesdames Ann Owens and Ma hala Carson are on the sick list Mrs Will Pike and children of Paris were here last week visiting Mr and Mrs Matt PikeMrs Lou Quinn and daughter Bessie of Paris were here last week visit ing friends and relativesMiss Beulah Quinn of Paris spent last week here visiting her cousin Master Arnee Hayes Move move move Everybody seems to be moving this week Mr George Cook led the prayer meeting last Wednesday evening He is an ex ceHent leader The Christian and Presbyterikn churches have united in a grand Sunday school picnic to 3rdrbringYgood things to eatand help us have a good time and enjoy our selves because of giving enjoyment scholdand Mr and Mrs Ed Woodall left Wednesday night for the James town Exposition They will vist Washington D C and other points of interest before returning to their homes hereJr Givens hasrg turned from a short visit to Lan casterDr Baugh of Louisville weekp S Come and see the 4zat womans t f Q a U U COOG9GeGQQQgGO QQGOOG99QOUog saitweWoac ac Q jg A GOO P POSITION FB YOU gTheman or woman who earns a good salary has made prepara to C tion Letus help you to prepare for a good position We have ghelped others and can help you KOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING e t5 and all other commercial branches taught ir the Business De C 5 partment of the SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL 8 Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our stuqp dents have been able to accomplish Address Q 3JC LEWIS OR E B LYLE LONDON KYto Qfl0 t3aiw3tisltitlE UUU 17E1tE3 fUF30ri nn 1bE bi or0 I SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL I ILONDON KENTUCKYI Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday September I 3rd Write for catalogue Address I J C LEWIS 4 Prin 7 London Ky 1 race at the picnic Saturday Mesdames J B Hayes Geo Cook JR Carter andauyone else weigh ing over 210 Ibs may bea con testant Hugh Stewart moved into the house on Adams ave re cently vacated by Madison Mink L M Westerfield has purchased the residence be has been occupying for some time in central Livingston Joe Childress is in town visiting relatives and friendsMrs Corda Hurst is spending few dasy with her mother Mrs Nan McWhortor Phill Allen of Louisville is at his summer resort at Lettered Rock near Livingston He has had Uncle Cal Mullins hunting for coaland have already found an Sit vein oi Fire ClayMrs Tom Mullins and Miss Sallie Mullins of Mullins Station visited Mesdames Arch and Cal Mullins lest week Messrs Arthur Carson and Ed Smithof Jellico spent last week with friends and relatives herec The UnitedStates Government began suit against the socalled Powder Trust in the United States Circuit Court at Washington J C T Government asked that the nuPoiit Company of Delaware be restrained from exercising coDa I oyersubsiidiary companies itit l3ii VL n CARSON p2 iRIWALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed President W W Fidley of the Southern Railway was arrested at Asheville N Con a warrant charging him with violating the State wailway rate law but he was released immediately by order of Federal Judge Pritchard Mr Fintey was taken in charge while he was taken in charge while he was eating breakfast at his and the arrest carne as a of the fight between the S FedralCourt which has been progress for several weeks lOLEnHONlYAtUPTAR Itor cAIMrviit satiu r1 Jlf Q1otN J r NOTICEI To the taxpayers of Rockcastle County The taxes for the year 1907 have been due since March 1st and you are notified fo meet me or oneofmydeputies at the following places and dates named Brodhead Fair all three days Livingston Saturday August 17th Orlando Saturday i7tIr Rockford Tuesday 20th 4rtfO M Paynes Store Wednesday21st Pongo v Thursday22nd Hansford Sy Friday23rdGreen Proctors Mill Mv Friday 2 rdILevel Green CS Saturdayf Conway Saturday 24th 94thIMcCrackens Store f r Tuesday 27th Jolmetta Friday Oth Climax Saturdayj 31st i The office in Courthouse open at all hours That all may know the law gov erning the collection of taxes we copy the section of the late Rev enue Act peitaining thereto 3 20 All Stat county and dis trict taxes except as otherwise provided shall be due and payable l on and after the first day of March after the assessment and all tax payers whose taxes are not paid on the first day of November after the same are due shall be deemed delinquent and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent annum from the first day of November after they are due until paid and any person or persons failing to pay their taxes by the first of November in theyear follow ing the assessment for such taxes shall pay a penalty of six per centum additional on the tax due r and unpaid The sheriffor collect or whose duty is to receive or col letthe taxes shall collect the in R McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County SUnder section the Revenue a penalty posed the Sheriff for failure report taxpayers by November 1stIPresident Roosevelt promised tc the Filipinos through Secre tary Taft at Manila August II 1905 that they should have a Par liament their on conditioi that complete peace maintame in the islands for two will redeemed Tuesday when the firs general a Philippine Congress is be held Bilious Attack Symptoms Sour stomach taste mouth sick headache sallow complex ion the world your enemy Cause Constipation inact ive liver overflow bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights retiring with nAMONShP TONIC PELLETS One a night dont sleep and Naturell the rest Entire Treatment 25 Sole by CHAS C DAVIS REDUCED RATES VIA h11 Queen descent Route THEJFirstand Third Tuesday rtCeaek month many poin SCUTh Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning jtill May 1907 For particulars writ v H CKINGaPTAr pXlngn y terest and penalty and account for the same in the same way in which they are required to collect and ac count for the taxes 3 21 Within fifteen days after any taxpayer becomes delinquent as provided in the preceding sect ion the sheriff or the collector of the county where the piopeity is liable shall make and certify to the county clerk a list of such de linquents the property assessed and the amount of penalty and interest due the State county or district and the date when interest begins when is authorized to collect which list shall by the clerk filed in his office and record ed in a book kept that pur pose and so arranged with appro columns in which to record the facts certified by the sheriff and for recording the date of issu ing the warrant and the name of the county tu which issued and P upon to not their of be be th nasty in of do to 31 K all tax he be lor WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNALAND S2l C N AL one for only 150The Presidential is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going suppost the ticket And there you have at- Send It your order fortbis combi nation to us to the Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a year Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed all kinds of watch and clOck 1Do Make your old spec look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN KlLLTHECOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings News Discovery c ONSUMPTION OUGHSaml OLDS w Price- SOc 100 Free Trial Surest andQuicke tCure for all 2HBOAT and LUNG TROUB LBS or MONEY BACK tLe substance of the return thereon 22 The county clerk in whose office the list is recorded shall within ten days after this list is filed isiue a tax warrant against each delinquent in the name ot the Commonwealthof Kentucky The tax warrant shall be directed to thesheriff or collector of the county in which the list is recorded commanding him to collect of the delinquent tax interest penalty and costs and if not paid on demand to distrain and sell the estate of the delinquent or estate owned him at the time the aS3essment was made standing existence of any lean sufficientIinterest penalty and cost of the tax warrantCost tax warrant will be in cents extra L Ho of New Act there i8 of 30 per cent iin to the County Court Cleik all yho d pay taxes made own years election for XA before worry well Cts Winter priate tax Both year election always to not Courier glasse FOR sheriffs by notwith the GREAT BARGAINFor sale jc acres land on waters of Roundstoi creek near slate tunnel No improvements and onl Hll timber as necessary to supply tl necessary use on the land4c acres ridge land and level Won make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the boundary For further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Vernon Ky or this office OLOYAwTAftr chtlAraat tafa surm Jim oplatea I DROPS A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLumbag Kldnmy Trouble DIaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it in ternally purifying the blood dissolving thepoisonous substance and removing from the D BLAND Of Brewton Oa write had been offerer for Dumber of IUI with Lumbego and lbeumtIm In wyarnndl- egs and tried all the remedies thiS could er from medical works and also coniulted Dumber oUhe beet found Igat that gave the relief obtained from g I ihall prescrlbo It la ay prMtlcw and kindred dlieaiea IDReLGATISby RheumatUm and Kidney Trouble that ahe could not tend on her feet The moment they put her do on the floorebe vronld icream pains Itreated her with 5DROP8and today abe runs around as well and happy as can be I prescribe 6DROF8 for my patleatt and uae It la my practice FREEIf you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEQETAILES- DROPS is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and othersimilar ingredients Large Size Bottle u 5UR0P8 See BM- Mtlee lee Sale by Dragglate WAIttOW tOMMM Itop o 43 1T4 Lake Mircet CAIeg 7s It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair t Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff Thebost kind of a testimonial uSold for over sixty years oMade by J C Ayer Lowell Mass silo manufacturers of I p lJers PILLS Sentence against the Standaic Oil Company for violating tie in t rstate commerce law by using il legal railro id rates will be pro nounced in the United Stites Dis trict Court at Chicago Saturday by Judge Landis ON Nt- FORNERIf OIL- CUTSSORESBuRNSI RHEUMATISM Z5b IA TRAIN lOAD Of BOOKS The Cash Buyers Tnion Failed for 700000- We bought its entire stock of new books from the receiver in bank ruptcy We are closing them out at from roc to 50 cents oa the dol arI UMPLK PRICKS Late copyright bonks were 150 My price 38c List iuclinUs The Jungle House of a Thousand Canties busman Hearts aiil Masks Eben H olden Man of the Hour and dozens of others Knoyclonetlii liritaunicu Half Morocc- oRCJularIYii 00 My price 7 75 eli us regularly 1200 My price 5- Uithakescare Complete Personut Edision Regularly 2400 My price 875 Millions of Books thou mIls of titles chance of a lifetime to get al uost any book or setof hooks you want for next te nothing while stock lasts nOOKS SHIPPED ON APPROVAL bubjeat to oqsiuiiiiuttou iu your own home hsfore paying Everythook guaranteed new and satisfc tory or subject to return at my exaense Write for my big Free Bargain List of this stock hefoae ordering It cofts nothing Will save you money Postal card will hrincjit DAVID II CLARKSON the Book Broker Department 91 CHICAGO Nerve Sick If weak wornout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion head ache neuralgia or peri odic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that 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 organs to do their work Almost three years I suffered from nervousness Indigestion and palpita tion of the heart I could not eat or sleep with comfort or walk or talk without suffering Altogether I was In a bad condition My doctor did not seem to do me any good I had tried so many remedies that I did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was suggested by a friend I got relief from the first and after a few days I felt like a new person It not only relieved my heart and nerves but has invigorated my whole system I am very grateful because since I have stopped using it 1 have had absolutely no return of my old trouble MRS HOWARD FORD 60 Summit Ave Worcester Mass yourdruglJJtfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart md Mount Veinon Monumental I WORKS IManufacturer of and DEALER in and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application 6EOftGE OWJ- Mount vVernoiiKy El NOTICE To tha Puroa Trapses aid School officers of Rockcaste County The State pass this year 3 40 for the maintainance of the Public Schools throughout the State of Kentucky of thin 3 35 will be received for Rockcastle County streeti1lofour the Public School This is also the case throughout the county It is the duty of the tiuslees fort every clistiict to see that each pu pie in the district is to attend the Public School not less than 60 days of the session of six months and any palent failing to comply with this requirement may be sub ject to a fine It seems that district there neglilgence reIforea strict and close record and report every month to the trustees or County Supt those in the district who are not attending school on the account ot negligence We also have a few who think that their children are too good to be mixed with the children of the Public School To those we say go your way aud sin no more Respt yours G M BALLARD Co Supt Vlt Vernon Ky 72907 FARMS FOR SALE I have two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located y miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements- For further information address- G B SUtTON R F D No i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Kj After twenty one hours deliber 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