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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t a Published Every ryFriday0 2j niti iIi41tJu VOLUME XXL MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 29 1907 NUMBER 10 tn fnnnnnttntnnntnrnu fnnUnntfnnnnntnnn tnnit tnnnnnnnnnn 1Unntnn nnnnnnnnnJ UUnntfntnn E E ya cw i w w NEW000DSw w W PsNEW PRICE I vW r MM l eVerytl1ing 1 jfF jW Every train brings them in v ti = I Everything for Fall and Winter tbat is New M jw f and Upitodatetiww w f Havent time to write W adsianw see the c w this country t 3 IJ g r 0 M g l1L ThIi rI nr re swr I i1Ltrtf1Ls w cww Il J w we r s 111111111111111111111111 1111111t11111 1111111111 1 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111l l1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111ts Sheriffs Land Sales By virtue of tax warrants which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle County Court for taxes due by the hereinafter named delinquents for the year 1907 I will off er for sale the following real estate to satisfy said warrants with interest penalty and cost Said sale will be made on the 23rd day of December 1907 it being regu lar County Coart day DIST No i Buster WG 6 acres land near Dave Bryants tax and cost 4 89 Cummins J Ct acre land near W C Cummins tax and cost f 4 69 Hasty Hannah 47 acres laud near J J Stokes tax and cost 3 88 Hignite James 3faCres land near Tom Nelson qc and cost 3 22 rnnce Jnsh i town lot Livingston tax and cost 5 07 Mink Lucy one town lot Mt Vernon tax and cost 377- Purciful Mrs Josie 30 acres Iitax and cost 4 02 Rowe William 175 acres land near Milt Renner tax and cost 972 Stevens WS 50 acres laud near O J Towery tax and cost 570 DIST NO2v Menafee A C 126 acres land nearE A Adams tax and cost i 754 DIST No 3 Adams Estridge heirs n r 50 acres neat W H Duger tax and cost 4 BerryJ g W Berry 211 acres land near USBerry tax and cost lo 33 Dobbs Agnes 75 acres land nearJ J Wrerirtaxiand cost 521- ay James C heirs 220 a land near W M Stanley axandcost ri fJ 6 38 Hamilton JWnrJ 45 1Ja Hix Chas n r 10 a near J M Pig tax and cost 2 65 Isaacs John 14 acres land near R A Wilmott tax and cost 377 Pullins heirs 80 acres land H H Dagger tax and cost 3 07 Suttles G W 950 acres land near Allen Wren tax and cost 13 85 Owens James 30 acres land near Sol Savior tax and cost 500DIST No4 Abrams Chas ur 200 acres near James Lawrence tax and cost 730Anderson W H15f a near Dow Hensley tax and costr 73n Anglin J Cn r 40 a near Bradock Baker taxjand cost 3ZS Baker Jane n r 50 a near Rosie Hollinswjprih tax and cost 2 78 Dy S B heirs 540 acres near Alex Say lor tax and cost 22 43 F Gad Cal 30 acres near A SGadd2 years tax and 7vHosMnsnear Robert Chestnut tax 29Htnsleynear C Thomas tax and cost 5 Mansfield Machine Co 481 200 acres near Macon Anglin tax and cost 6 29 Lutes Chas heirs 200 a near Henrv Hamljn tax and 29Richardsonnear Walter Abrams taxand cost 5 26 Sigmon J H heirs 86 a near J F Sims tax and cost uu 832 DIST No 5 Baker Rardin 40 acres near Liira Shepherd tax and 76Jnear Wv H Morris tax ndIcost 539 j Sexton E Pv 40 acres near lock Carpenter tax and sto vir W 3 25 DiST NcKir Ghasteehf JRMp45 acres j nearjoe El Wilson tax and 7HamptonnearJ WrPhelPslstag and cost v Xr = 4 LYVINGSTON 5J jD IST No acresTJ land near Jrck Buk tax and 4rAllenlot Livingston tax and cost 287 Carson Jo E n r one town lot Livingston tax and co 53Uofjie 32HockerLivingston tax and cost 20 75 Marten Geo 40 acres land near Mute Durham tax 03Preston 251RichStarks Chas n r one town lot Livingston tax 25Joeland near Simon Griffin tax and cost 3 26 DIST No 8 Cummins A Cnr30ac- res land near Jim Mize tax and cost 3 60 acresynear tax Iud cost 3 03 DIST No 9 Proctor Mary and Hix 13 acres near W H Brown tax and cost 2 77 DIST No io Brodhead Blankenship Q Ci acre near R S Martin tax and 56Brownnear W P Hayes tax and 330Lawrence 377Towerynear Gran Roberts tax and ooMaupinnear near H L Murren taxj and cost jj o Marsi Sallie 6 acres near near E Wallen tax and cost 50 Given under my han Itbistbe29th day of November 1907 R L McFERRON Sheriff of Rockcastle County On Saturday a test will btt mad meassoresfinancial stringency when bids fo PanamaICjth igripe e best donosold t Z ted LIY1NxSTOv Miss Ethel Reynolds of Wildie is the guest of her aunt Mrs AII vin Reynolds this weekMes dames Lee Reynolds and John Walton are attending the bedside of their mother Mrs Lizzie Parsons at QuailMiss Ella Stanley is on the sick listMrs Sam Ward has been quite convalescent at this timeEmer1s- on Rice is out from Lebanon June tion the guest of his mother Mrs H W Rice Mr and Mrs Ed Quinn and children are down from Paris spending a wsek with Mr and Mrs J B Hayes and other relatives and friendsMiss Lou 0Anna White head is down from Mt Vernon the pleasant gnest of her brother and sister Mr and Mrs R A White headMiss Myrtle Chewning led the prayer and praise service Wed pleasanthourJenkins is out from Corbin to spend the winter with her parent Mr and Mrs J B Hayes Aunt Nancy Owens was called to Somerset to see her mother old aunt Jen nie Toddwho is very seriously ill Ask Hickory Billwho used the spanker and who it was used upon 6Fis quite si at this writing Mrs Susie Hicks is slightly improved Mrs JRCarter was appointed leader for next Wednesday evening at prayer meeting Charlie Rice was here a few days last week attending the post office Wedding bells are ringing for a wedding pretty soon Casper Adams was in Maretburg a few days last week Urban sooen to spend the winter L H Davis enerallmcrchandisenextweek 0eMrs Sue Muiiins rand Mrs Lee Reynolds ndMr arid Mrs Yaersvillej where they have begin attending Mrs Emmett Reynolds ripo Established 1887 s COATS AND JACKETS Light and heavy weight Jackets and Coats for Ladies from 3 to 15 We have a nice Jassortment Come while our stock has not f wewhaveonly 75of these coats and jackets andat j ithe price they willjnot last long 1 SILKSf We have just received a nice line of silks from Chicago markets from T5c to i 50 per yard It will pay you to look our stock over We will be more inM1 sist on you giving usa look i r k GOODSa ithat our styles and shades are the latest Our prices are consistant with quality OVER COATS Our stock is complete in this line and are selling them at onehalf the regular price Also a nice line of winter underwear in fact everything that a good dresser might want to keep off the cold Phone 87 FKRUEGERSSOR Mt Vernon Kentucky i t33 fl ing a few days at Bryantsville with her parents Claud Chewning is spending Thankgiving whith homefolksJ T Johnson was in Mt Vernon Wednesday on busi nessMISS Zelma Pike is spend a few weeks with her father Mr Richard PikeThe charming Miss Anna Griffin ofJellico passed through Livingston last Friday en route to Maretburg and Brodhead where she will spend a few days with relatives and friendsLittle Miss Pearl Anglin is very seriously ill of typhopneumonia She is in a very serious conditionMaster Thompson Riggles has chicken poxMrs J A Oliver and little son Basil have chicken poxGeo Sambrook is out from Middlesboro where he has been attending School spending Thanksgiving at home Mrs Mill Shelton of Corbin is spending Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Joe DickersonJohn Pope was in Paris a few days this week on business 1 There is nothing better stomache troubles than Kovo- which contains the same juices a found in a healthy stomach Ko DOL is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief of heart burn flatulence sour stomach belching gas nausea and all stomach troubles So attimes when you dont feel drowsykwhen you have no ambition and you are cross and irritable take a little KODOL It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by Chas C Davis Unable to agree alto the gilt of Steve Adams accused of thee der of Fred Tyler the duty whit had had his case was discharged a Rathdrnm IdahoFour men vote for conviction and eight for ac qui fah A SIGNIFICANT T PRATER May the Lord help you make Bucklens ArnicaSalve known to Jail writes J Gv fenksns of Chapel Hill N C iJt quickly took the pain tof a felon for ine and cured it in a short soresdimetburns and wounds z5cC aV Class C Dtviadrtat afore GRIFFINS MILL After a long delay I have decided to try to give a few items from this The Western part of the countyAll classes of men were never busier than now The farmer the foundation of the whole ma chine is gathering in his bountiful crops that the Creator has so wonderfully blessed us with the echo of the carpenters hammer can be haard from the foot hills of the Cumberland Mountains which Iiv1ingvoices of the drover can be heard at every crossroads which should be and and is a welcome voice to the merchaut for he well knows that we will soon present to him our money that the drover left us The physician can be seen daily going to and from trying to aid nature in her great work to those who have fallen victims to to the various diseases subject to humanity The coarser whistle millisidse whose busy wheels go around day and night to furnish flour to its hundreds yes its thousands of customers John Riddle too will at an early date go to operating a similar machine at the same place The district teacher too can ba seen five days out of the week plodding his weary way and at the setting of each Fridays sun he only says another week gone Last but not least comes the divine teacher with his golden swoi d the thdreatd deathdop Bio do you this teaching Elds A J Pike and J M Cum mins has just closed a very success ful protracted meeting at Poplar Grove There were twelve ad ditional eleven of which were con Versions mostly young men and women May they be Jet on the sincere milk of the wold that their daily walks wilt show to the world that there is a reality inn their pro fession Let iw mansty ivhtn fee =is tempted I am tempted of God for God cannot be tempted with evil neither tempteth he any man James 113 The writer was much gratified to be present with the Brethern at Friendship on last Lords day and find the Bible class Tjseem to be doing all that a God fearing and God loving people can doThere is Sunday school at Poplar Grove each Sunday 2 andIIto Mt Vernon this week We moe re MrIDenney and J B Cummins went to Mt Vernon last Saturday on businessUncle John Hurst is still able to walk about with the assistance of a cane in each hand Aunt Cyntha Hawley is very low longIreceiving but little encouragement this sea son He the bird hunter would be a welcome guest in our homes but we certainly want to protect the birds the farmers friend You cant be well if you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some little irregularity in eating you have caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of indigestion which may andvery often does turn into a very bad case of dys pepsia Dont allow this to go on a single day without doing some thing to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe digestant like KODOI for Dyspepsia KODQL is todayfortroubles arising from discordered digestion It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold by Chas C Davis The price of wheat steadily de dined during the last week nearly all causes contributing to the fall ing off important factor was therenewal of optimistic reports concerning Argentine the crop l tHtebelntaUl 1tyJ tpf 1 t cC MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 29 1907 y Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOQ Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of he Republican party TWO KINDS OF CITIZENS Patriotism manifests in many and various ways Some people are willing to die for their country and few are willing to live for their barderlSpatriotism by holding a job at a fat salary and willing to vote the party ticket straightjust because it is the party ticket Patriotism says Walter Williams is often another name for pride The small ways in which patriot ism may be shown seldom attract attention A soldier attracts the enemy of his country and we call the soldier a patriot But it is patriotic also to cut down the weeds on your back lot The soldier gives his life in a day but the scientist who gives his life in a g ration is also patriotic Two kinds ofcitizens are in every town patriots and traitors There is no middle ground of neutrality Every man is in one or the other camp The patriot does his full duty to the community votes ex presses his opinion takes part in meetings for civic good bears cheerfully his portion of the com munitys work The traitor lets the other fellow do the work and reaps benefit by the other fellows patriotism Treason consists of levying war against the republic so says the foundation lawor giving aid and comfort to the pub lic enemies who does not assist in making better the community in which he dwells He is himself a public enemy Lyman Abbott thinks that he sees the dawn of the fraternalage So they thought in France long ago when they madly followed the slogan of Liberty Equality Fraternity So they thought in the dark Ages when the great brotherh jod of the church grew so strongly despite the general dark ness and desolation So they thought in the time of Plato but its a long way to the real dawn and battleship and magazine rifles continue to find purchasers murders and mob massacres proceed in Russia in a manner anything but fraternal and herein the United States our breth ren of the meat packing business were lately detected serving the human family with bad meat in most unkindly fashion The total vote in the Governor race is as follows Wilson 214 481 Hager 196428 Wilsons majority 18053 The total vote for all candidates for Governor this year teas 419 413 falling oft of 19 526 in the total vote compared with that of four years ago The majorities shown by the tabulation of the State Board of Election Comissiopersin session at Frank eutenjantAttorney General 12209 James Auditor 13081 Farley Treasurer 13271 Bruner Secretary of State 13432 Tarlton Railroad Commission 727 Many suggestions for congress jndealing with the financial situ Nation are being made to the Pres tidebtQbv leading bankers The four plausaPPear to be most gen erally favored are a central bank of issue a central organization of national banks issue of currency on bonds other than Government bonds arid issues of currency on general assets protected by a guar inty fundtoaretaAr = ntKiAdiN MAIwIJI BROWN MEMORIAJkSCHOO p VI The following pro ratS wasriv nJ atthe Union Thanksgiving Servic es held Thursday morningi chap el of the Brown Memorial School is Piano voluntary James McDonald DiavoloI3 Doxology 4 Lords Prayer 5 Hymn Come Thou Air mighty King 6 Responsive scripture reading Thirtyfourth Psalm- I will bless the Lord at all times His praise shall contin ually bejin my mouth 7 Hymn Ye Servants of God 8 Rising of the Lark Male quartet 9 William BradfordMiss Tavlor lo Duet Piano and viola James McDonald Leila Mae Lovell 11 Prayer Dr Lovell 12 Fromthe Valleys and Hills Mixed quartet 13 Hymn O Godthe Rock of Ages 14 Ten minutes talk Subject What Thanksgiving ought to mean to usJames McDonald 15 HymnIHoly Holy Holy 16 Prayer Mr Cox 17 Memories ot HIlTravatoreh Orchestra 18 National hymn America 19 Dismissal Miss Taylor the principal briefly spoke of relation of the school to the county and emphasized the need of strong moral support of the community I BRODHEAD Rev J W Masters is holding a few days meeting at the Christ ian church Turkeys lived hard here yesterday as nearly every family in town celebrated the day of Thanksgiving in the usual man nerMadame Rumor says look out there is a wedding in store fo- rusRev A J Pike has returned from Poplar Grove in Pulaski Co where he conducted a very good meeting by adding twelve to the hurch =Among those who attend cd the Pohutukawa Clubs dance at Mt Vernon from here were Mr and Mrs J W Hut hesou Mr and Mrs H EL Hutcheson Messrs 00 Stone M C Al bright N Giles Carter and E R Gentry all report a fine timeG- L Waterbcrry who has been here for the past two months as Asst Cashier of the bank has resigned to accept a similar position with the Pine Knot Banking Co at Pine Knot Ky and will leave Monday morningThe and chairs have ar rived for the new Baptist church and will soon be instaUed Jack Wells of Crab Orchard spent from Friday until Monday with his grandparents Mr and Mrs F Francisco here Chas Hurtwork ed at Crab Orchard first of week Geo B Lynnr of Crab Orchard was here to see Dr 0 O Stone and have some Dental work done Mrs R H Bitson of Lancaster is spending a few days here with her parentS Mr and Mrs J H Hilton Jopp Albright sprained his ankel very badly while out hunting last Saturday N Giles Carter was in Lexington first of week on business Miss Elizabeth Cable royally entertained a large number of her friends last Friday evening from 8 to ii All present highly enjoyed themselvesR S Martin is in Junction City on busi ness this week SIX TELEPHONE RULES One ot the assets of the man who does business today is his telephone voice provided he knows how to make a good impressioa when he talks over the wire All sorts of affairs are now conducted by telephone but the importance of telephoning in the proper way is often oveilooked by business men who would on no consideration permit a poorly typewritten letter to leave their offices Takethe trouble to fix fir nly in your mind halt a dozen simple rulesi put them in practice and see it your t telepxhoneconversations not made of increased value in yourrbusiness Herearethe rules i When you are talking by telephone to a person in oltrbotrce to vn speak in an ordinary toneof voiced DOL not whisper transmitter but oILt eothr1 handdpnpt houtat the ipstfu mentjas if you had a fi iudge against devetyhelel pJione5ystema body who uses it 2 When you are using a long distance line elevate voirr voice and speak a little louder than you wouldspeak to a man sitting in the room with you This does nH mean however that you should try to make noises as loud and dig c irdant as those produced by the cilliope in the circus parade 3 Besides speaking distinctly avoid talking too fast There are orators who reel off words at the rate of 300 a minute and still make themselves understood but they couldnt do it by telephone 4 When YOU telephone devote yourself to telephoning When you are writing a letter you do not at the same time look out the window to see who is going by on the other side of the street Ii you turn your back on the telephone andsend your words flying hither and yon all over the room and into the great world outside it is not fair to blame the apparatus and the man at the other end of the line if he does not hear all that you say 5 Remembering Rule 4 speak directly at the transmitter Dont get so near it that you seem to be tT ing to crawl into it Neither should you keep it at arms length It wont hurt you Sit or stand so that your lips are about an inch from the transmitter and your words will go flying on their jour ney without trouble 6 If you are using a desK tel ephone dont bold it upside down or at all sorts of odd angles The desk telephone was made to do its work when standing on its own base or held in a perpendicular position You would not expect thermometer to be accurate if you hung it wrong side up Why not use the telephone as it was intend to be used FEW HERE KNOW THIS When an eminent authority all nounces in the Scranton Pa Times that he Vas found a new wa to treat that dread American dis easevRheumatism with just com won everyday drugs found in anj drug store the physicians were slow indeed to attach much im portance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today nearly every newspaper in the country even the metropolitan dailies is announcing it and the splendid results achieved It is so simple that any one can prepare hat home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargou one ounce CompoundSyrup Sarsparilla three ounces Mix by shaking ina hot tie and take in teaspoonful Hn c after each mealand at btduuic These are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as very one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition pro duced by the failure of the kid neys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which is not era dica ted either in the Urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles causirg untold suffering and deformity of rheumatismThis is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys and give almost immdiate relief in all forms of bladder andurinary troubles and backache He also warns people in a leading New York paper against the discriminate use of many patent medicines The Midwinter Termj WbJchis the rush termI opens January 21 DoyouwnLto be a working unit In the livliest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathereH together for study in Eastern Kentucky i Ifsotsee your County Superin tendant now about an appoint merit to free tuition if uhave not already done so anti write to the PresidenLof the Bi JCS Nr S for a catalog telling him what stnaiesyou desire Address Rtchniond R NRoarl i j t h n f 31 14 B A H AJI A INS W I U Z C Eva CJOJ x i a t o lli 125 cents lor each name to run until Jan 111108 Cash inutt accompany an ment under tIlls head Wer names strictly forbid fishing or any kind of on our sad will to the extent of the B F Purcell J B Liresay J W Marier Leece Nancy Smith Burton Mice C Gibbs J R Brock N W B Whiehead IljC Land Slide One of the greatest in the country years back y aint no joke 5OOO OOWortof Goods T TQ go cheaper than ever i Clothing Shoes Cloaks Dress Goods Rubbers Quilts Trunks And infact anything you want in first iC class dry goods story tG l T JOHNSON t STORE Opposite CourtHouse B A RIG A INS I POSTED advertise whose appear below hunting tresspassing places prosecute violators full law fohn George Moore Thompson for HIt George Livesay WD Levisay J J Cook J J Smith Smith Pruett I W Moore Simeon Saylor- J Mtear G S Livesay BF Livesay Speaker Cannon will confer du ring the week with Congressman- on the prospective personnel of Houso committees and work to be taken up by them On Saturday Democrats aiid Republicans respectively will hold cau uses for the election of candidates for oBi cers of the House DeWitts Carbonized Witcb Hazel Salve penetrates the porers tbouroughly clensesardis heal ing and smoothing Good for piles Sold by Chas C Davis John Shntwell who violated his parole and was ciptnred in Tenn essee after killing three of his would he captors was returned to the Frankfort penitentiary Shot well was wounded four times and will probably die APPENDICTS Is duein a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pugat ves To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and Jaundice at Chas C Davis drug store 250 I Augustus E Willson elected Governor of Kentucky has been highIlunched with President Roosevelt and was entertained by Vice President Fairbanks His declination of the position of disburser of Ken tuckv pie is a surprise to Washington public men Leaders in New fork politics believe now that it will be Roose velt against the field and they profess to think that the President willaccept a third term having started their press bureau to combat such a movement It is aaid that the President will be forced to speak out once more on the quest ion ofa third term We are marking sold ou lotscf our Xmas goods for parties wish ing us to hold them uutil Xmas Get in lsne with the rest before it is too late Chas C Da- visBronchitis Weak Lungs For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind ota testimonial II Sold for over sixty years IA uKss11Ahas We have no oeereta We publish the formulas of all our medioiues regularAll FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS 11PILI IOUEEN 8 CRESCENT VIA ROUTE Winter Tourist Ticieta lers 1liGootIifatridettditaiof6etele iv LC UNO d F ft T lUItlI y ty t Tl m JJ ca zen y3te f Everything New 1 nJlst from the city with new good and new prices N Mens Suits and Overcoats Our stock is new and complete and we will sell them for we have the price that is in reach of all The fullest stock of Winter Underwear we have ever earned Prices to suit aUW IHeavy Dress Goods and Skirts Call and see our latest styles GIVE us a trial and let us show you what we will do is all we ask i A C HIATTs HI ATT KENTUCKY w V U f Convenience of the Savings CJcAccount i keep their money here as a permanent in IMauypersons the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid you can compute the net returns accu J may be added at any time A savings are1fentire amount a at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j Ibank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON f- G INCORPORATED KENTUCKYr tntnnttntntnttntntntntnnnn tnntnnnttntntn111t1 MTa YERHDH CpRET DO MPRRCTICAUNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AND- EMBALMERS jS Mt Vernon Ky = H COUCH METALIC CASKETS j = Coffins and Robes 3 Sr Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of jsS work forth company 2 par 1yfiItedruu Hearse sent to all points =+ E4BFURNISH WH KRUICERJ3 = Pnprtef Proprietors tiiimiirimiti WWWWWWW Ml VERNON SIGNAL r MT VERNON KY Nov 29 190 Zg Call up No 79 whenyou want to Comtxiuni cate with SIGNAL 791 I R R CJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 am 23 south 124 pro 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Poatoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAL JBoreing Sr has moved to LivingstonMiss r M Taylor is reported very sick this morning Mrs Lee McClure is reported very low with consumption Hon B J Bethurum ashereI yesterday for a few hours Miss DugKer of Paris Tenn is the guest of Miss Anna Tate Mil Cook was here from Jellico a few days this week hunting Miss Lettie Coldwell of London is the guest of Mrs C C Davis Mrs Mary Hayes of Wildie was the guest of relatives here last of last week R A Welch has been confined to his room for the past few days with his throat Hob McClure who has been down with typhoid fever for a month is decidedly better Mrs C C Williams and daugh ter Miss Risse spent several days this week Jn Louisville Mrs Ina D Miller was called to Versailles a few days since to attend the burial of her nephew O V Jarre t was in Lebanoj Monday to see the Royer Wheel Co for whom he buys spokes r Mrs Annie Shumate moved to the Joplin house to day and will be ready for boarders in a few days y Brit Durham and family will leave next week for Santo Texas where they will make their future borne Frsnk Sutton is here visiting his brother Cossie He will leave shortly for I Missouri to make his future home W A Cox was in Louisville Monday buying his line of under takers goods His brother Claud accompanied him Dr J T Carter who recently came here from North Carolina and located has decided to cast his lot at Livingston Miss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard attended the hop here Wednesday evening and was the guest of Mrs e C Davis Joseph Harkins and sister of Prestonburg came over for the hop Wednesday evening and are guests of Mr and Mrs Willis Adams and Miss Reca Baker Miss Matsv Myers returned from aI several davs visit at Corbin and other points Miss Nellie Slivers came home with her to be her guest for a few days Jack Adams will leave Sunday for the West to spend the winter Jack is a fine boy and we certainly wish that great success may crown his splendid efforts Willis Adams H H Daily and G W Gcuiry Sr were summoned to London this week as Federal jurors Mrs Gentry accompanied Mr Gentry to spend a few days with relatives at that place LOCAL AtChas C Davis is the place 4to get a nice box of Lowneys choc olatest Dave Barnes aged about 35 died at his home near Hansford last Friday We have on exhibit at our store the nicest line of Xmas goods that could be bought Chas C Davis f REDUCED PRICEFor the next r10 ithirty days I am going to sell every- thingr in mv stock at reduced prices I am not offering an At Cost sale but am simply cutting prices in order to reduce my stock I will sell you the same goods for less money than you could buy them a week ago orwilibe a letoby them six weeks from now Come r arid seefor yourself that I d xn t tfSI XQBT i Cox k J Just back from Chicago with a full line of Xuias goods Chas C Davis Mrs Betty Barnett widow of the late Billy Barnett died at her home near Pine Hill Saturday at a ripe old age Our line of Xmas goods are i tides of value such as Stag toilet sets Manacure set and Medallions ranging In price how 15 down Chas C Davis Sparks Davis have gtading for the fill and c1eaniugI the dirt for putting in their big crusher near No i tunnel This is the kind ofenterprises which means something for the town The 1N will sell tickets to Frankfort Ky December gth and loth limited to December lath for one fare plus 25 cents 313 on account of the inauguration of Gov Wilsonon Dec 12th 1907 The sad newsof the death of Mr A B Brannaman of near Wildie which occurred early last week reach us after it was too late for our last issue Mr Brannaman was one of the truly good citizens of the county and in his death the county suffers a loss which will be hard to replace Just so long as a small town is composed of citizens who as a majority go upon the theory that because the town is small that all business and enterprises started must be on a small scale just that long will the town continue small and the business of those individu als still smaller Improved conditions prevail in the financial districts and the hysteria is given away to a realiza tion of the fact that business must be adjusted to new conditions The money stringency is the chief cause of the trouble now and tie situation must be left to work itself out of the hole artificial msans be ug of little avail Mrs Anna Miller has her new post office cabinet up in the Sparks building and it is certainly a beau ty Everything so nicely and conveniently arranged that every body those who have no mail now never did and byGfry never will be calling for regularly when every mail is opened Now is the time to select your lock box if you want to get one of the best HiLTONNEViusA pretty home wedding was solemized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs H urv Hilton of Brodhead yester day The contracting parties were Miss Lida Hilton and Mr John Nevius of Stanford Rev Mast ers was the officiating clergyman who tied the nuptial knot pro nouncing the ceremony which united the lives of these estimable young pecple They left on the noon train yesterday for Louisville nd other poi nts to spend their honeymoon after which they wilY return to Lebanon Junction to make their future home Tim office joins with their many friends in congratulations and bet wishes as they embark on lifes rugged voyage together COUNTY COURT This has been a busy week in county court Tade Lee ana John B G Miller were each fined 60 and cost for selling whisky and failing to pay or replevy both are in jail Miller having been found guilty of the same chargemore than twice the Judge has placed him under a 200 bond for rood behavior which if he fails to execute mean an additional imprisonment of 60 to 90 days Joe Mi ze and John Baker each fined 5o and cost forgaming Joe Mize and Ed Mullinp each held under a 1000 bond on the charge of murder Joe Mize was also held on two seperate charges of malicious shooting in the sum of 5oo each all of which bonds were promptly filled This is the result of the trouble between Joe Mize and Edd Mtillins Livingston last Saturday in which Greely Mize a brother of joe was accidently killed and John Mounce and Ed Mul lies slightly wounded Wbolford Adams charged with the murder of Will Hayes a son of IIfgayes waived the right of examination and was held without bail to await the action of the grand jury Bullock the barber at Livingston was acquitted on thech rgeof running a gambling house it being in his place of business that the trouble betweeniiiizeand MJulliris took place d cauneg over crap game r fr j t tf S l ICLOTHING and SHOESIE It myilirimy i ev rhada better fitting suit than the ones I sell This is no idle boast Comei in and let me show you that no man or concern has ever made a better suit of clothes than the KANTBEBEATT and SHIELD BRANDsuits for the price They are sold at X750 sioo 1100 1200 1250 1350 1500 and 1650 SUITS and OVERCOATS same price v You sure save money when you buy your y UNDERWEAR SQ1 fe Collars Hats Tips Gloves ubbersAND STALL BRAND SHOESFROM ME I i f r350AND 4 SHOE l jAR BRAt SHOES BETTERs We have everything to the children Such as Teddy bears large dolls little dolls tos wagons and trains china dishes money safes all kiuds of nice games for the boys and girls Cbss C Davis Oh last Friday afternocm at the dead mans home near Wildie Woolford Adams shot aud instant ly killed Will Hayes a son of J H Hayes Adams had gope to Hayes home with a bpt guip and the proof at the coroners inquest showed that Hayesmo had just come in from his vorbwas stand ing by the stove and rrpm the range of the shot wmch was from a shot gun aud which toreJayes chin off that he was looking dOT at the time the snot fired The seven year old child of Hayes says her father never spoke to Adams when he walked into the room Hayes on a former occasion had told Adams to stay away from his home Adams is only 6 years of age Some rather sensational evi fence will no doubt be brought to light whed the trial comes As a result ora crap game at Livingston last Saturday one man lost his life and two m reare slightly woanded As shwn by evidence in the examin ne trial someeight or ten had congregated in the back room of th b rbershop to take a drink and two or three of the number engaged mi a game a difference aro aAbetween Ed Mullins and Joe Mize when both patties went for his Noistol and began to fire Mullins re ceived a slight wound OIi the lett side but Mize escaped uninjured Greely Mize an innocent bystander and a brother of Joe Mize whe fejl a victim it is claimed was by a stray bullet from his brothers pistoL John Mbunce received t vo rather J infuthut riot serious wounds one in the left hand and tone in right arm George Mullins a brother of Ed Muilins another bystander received a very slight wound on the head Joe Mize was permitted to attend the burial of hfs brother on Sunday after which Mar5J1tiberiff G 5 Griffinyverebrought here where they had i beir ex mtmngi trials Wednesday z Make my store your headquarters when you come to townfJ a r e r 7 r cc The Court of Claims will meet next Thursday Dec 5 When in town call and see our display of Xmas goods Chas C Davis George Owens is agent for Stu ards Iron Fences Watch Jor his big ad nextweek Call early and stay late We are always reidv to show you through Chas C Davis For the next four or five days there will necessarily be more or less disturbance with phone con nections while the new wires are being run But since we are to have general overhauling and improvement in the service we feel sure that no patron will be found kicking if the service is not satisfactory It has been many years since Mt Vernon has had a social event of such magnitude as the dance given on Wednesday nfght by the young men of the Pohutukawa Dance Olub This little club composed ofa number oj Mt Vernon most en terprising boys and charming girls has done much to Infuse life into our social current sluggish for anything to stir its quiet depths The dance Wednesday night was given in the dining room of the Miller Hotel The room was draped in yellow and white and through the yellow shades a flood of golden light fell upon the beau tiful faces of the most charming lot of young ladies ever perhaps as sembled at anyone party iriMt Vernon In addition to our home girls there were many out of town visitors It is hardly necessary to say that maay gallant swains from home and abroad were present The committee on arrangement Chas C Davis Victor C Tate and Gpssie D Suttonj showed the real spirit of the Pohutukawas by pro viding the stof everythingfor the occasion not the least of which was the music for wj1icbthey secured the ervicesof the Richmond orchestraTo W Dycije Walter Miller and A B Furnish the coinmittee on rogpfui due the credit that This most necessary part of wannes- sfuldamteawassoperfectly arranged Floor manager Jack C Adams in his quiet way managed things so that it all moved along like well adjusted machinery At twelve oclock an elaborate lunch was served by the chape- rones Mrs Cleo Brown Mrs Willis Adams and Mrs J W Brown The lunch was served in just the way in which either of these hos ptable women always do whatever they undertake Throughout the dance the three either by turns or collectively served punch lunch and delight to the merry dancers There were about seventy guests and it was four oclock in the morn ing before the jolly throng disband ed I M A NOTICEIwill sell everything in my store for the next two weeks at cost Mens Heavy Underwear goes at 98 cents a suit Best ot Calico at 5 j and 6cents per yd Overcoats Hats Caps Shoes and everything you need Call and see meI can save you money W H BAKER Langford Ky Be sure and examine our collection of books We have hundreds for you to select from Chas C Davis UNDERTAKER I have just return ed from the city where lpurchasedafullandcornplete fins Caskets and Robes Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hearse sent to all parts of theconnty All orders by wire proinply filled W COX Mt Version KY Phone 97 4OtaOKia1t1Ii i rTM IlYaINrK MIII5 lo ilch 350 WltirH tooIIrimfire lowertoThis TTZarn a the only made for sizes It is owfousbwoodchucksnee for six postage TlreZ7n1Znl2rearnzsGt 42 Willow Street New hfayea Cam EJ 3c aoQO cad e eE eat rB i BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL U1 5Btia mar Intermediate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing x Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages but K5 good homes in the town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 3000 2000 1500 For catalogue address MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal i Mount Vernon Kentucky w m B 21 L m COLLAR I L YATATT T E r LABELiI ITS A RISK To buy ctothes from a general appearance stand point as all suits even the poorest grades look good before they are worn ITS SAFETo buy clothing with the Shieldlabel as shown above attached to collar The retail price is also attached to coat sleeveITS OTAKAOTEED FOR SALE BY J A OLIVER Livingston X r f vd IZI 1 O00000000900000 +t0900 I iGirlhood and Scott r Emulsion are 0 linked together eat 0 0 0 The girl who takes Scotts Emu 0fion has plenty of rich red blood she is 0 3plump active andenergetic ir The reason is that at a period when a girls o digestion is weak Scotts Emulsion t- O provides her with powerful nourishment in 0 0easily digested form cOt 4 01at It is a food that builds and keeps up a o girls strength 0 DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 0ALL0000000000000000000000 METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Dru tationey Cisar Tobeco paint Oil and Patent yedieine Diseases of Children A Specialty SC DAVIS Prop PHONE NO 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KT 3C3 r f GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERAKE 1 i IBrodhead K Ig IF COMPLETE LINE w Coffins Caskets and Robesj All Telephone c ft I A COMPLETE a LINEj OR NEW and COMPLETE Line of GENERAL I MERCHANDISE Remember that We have the m I Best at the LOWEST Prices m 1 A FULL LINE OfClothing Boots and Shots Hardware I and Queensware Groceries and Dry Goods 1 I W H RICH I Andrews an Filled WINCHE STU NUILACKLo- aded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale Everywhere DRMIESATPLIN FOR NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM T BACKACHE t PAIN IN CHES- TDITRESSINk STOMACH Jii SLEEPLESSNESS f2ii B y a Kentucky oW BItE hICK Mrs RIll Delaney and family are visiting trJ R Brown and tam ily near this placeMrs Mary E HrcnviL and her daughter Mis Delia Thompson are visiting Mrs Bgt1 Hnwnat Preichersville Mr Jas Reynolds our hustling merchant is doi g a good business lh1oddwi11fiUhs regular appointment at Bethel next San day The singing school at Provi due i pro ressing tuoely Mrs Martin Owens continues about the tan e Mr Eugene Brown has renfned from CrawforiLsville lad People re very busy in this section gather ing their corn Mr Josiah Smith and family were the guest of Mrs glary E Brown Sunday lastMrs Gorge Pas ins Is very sick and not expected to live but a short time Miss Myrtle Brown has been visiting at Mr Martin Owens near this placeMiss Docie Reynolds is on the sick list HE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG Dayid Parker of FayetteN Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid cut much money for medicine to littie purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 5oo for what they have done for me Grand tonic fog the aged and for female weakness Great alternative and body huilde best oF all for lame back and wear kidneys Guaranteed by Chas C Davis druggist soc The Court of Appeals dissolve the temporary injunction grantee by Judge Miller in the case r Clarence Sturgeon and unless Go Beckham acts favorably on a peti tion signed by the members of the jury that convicted him askng that the sentence be commuted tt life imprisonment the triple murderer will die on the gallows The court held that the statute di reeling that the Governor fix tht date of execution was constitution sN rff Gov Beckham will fix a uew di tefor the hanging The trial of Harry K Thaw fcr the murder of Stanford White win be postyoned when it is called next Monday until after the holidays A motion for a cLauge o venue maybe made by the defense Ion account of prejudice in New York In the meantime Thaw X pects an acquittal Whet the baby is cross and yo have woiried and worn out you wil find that a little CASCASWEKT t1 well known remedy for rabies ati children willquiet the little in i short time The ingredients ale printed plainl yon the bottle Con tains no opiates Sold by Chas U Davis FOR SALEOne house and lot located in Livingston Ky The house has six rooms and hall good out houses and cistern all in good condition Also a farm of 130 acres located on Big Hill part in Rdckcastle and part in Jackson county house ccmtains nine rooms good outbuildings well improved well watered and sufficent timber to run the farm Address G M BALLARD Mt Vernon Ky The P stalaster of Gasconade Mo Daniel A BnghFfiYS of De Witfs Kidney and Bladd rPills- I am doing so well and improving so fast in health that I can not sqy too much for your Kidney and Bladder Pills I feel like a new- man DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by Cbas C Ha vis 7tr rl tli1r A7D jt 4 rfj 1r r r o c1F tiead ONE A Mild Laxative i Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medi cine be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure ly and containing as it does many tonic ingredients it not only cleans out the congested bowels but tones the system and makes the child feel better in wayAmong thousands who are using Dr Spaldln2ofMayfieldher baby regularly and that she would not be longtimeremedyfor thetwe IstChildren are often troubled with skin dis eases are backward in school lose weight and da not care to eat or play when all that is really the matter with them is stomach trouble that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will correct Go to your druggist today and buy a bottle and see how quickly the child gets well again It is a good thing for the whole family to use in stomach liver and bowel complaints A cent bottle has often restored an entire family Those wishing to try buyIngaddressing the company This is to thatthe remedy as to those taken It Send for any symptoms stomach or disease Gentlest yet most for permanent THE So and Sure as This product bears purity guarantee 0 d PEPSIN SYRUP CO 3B9 Caldwell Bldg Monticello III SoM Ky OHASC DAVIS Howard Maxwell former presi lent of Borough Bank of Brook vn camm it teed suicide Tuesdf y cutting his throat with a sazo t his home in Brooklyn Max tell was indicated on the charge of ircetiy and forgery A HARD DEBT TO PAY- I owe a debt of gratitude tha Mn tievrr be paid uffwrit G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for im e cud from death by Dr King STew Discovery Both lungs were o seriously effected that dean eemed imminent when I commer red taking New Discovery Thi- nuinous dry hacking cough quit Before the first bottle was used and wo more bottles a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and al hroat and lung complaints Guar nteen by Chas C Davis druggist oc aud 100 Trial bottle free 1M TAKE For anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS W ADRit f PAfNTER AND PAPERHAJlERi WAIL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed LLS I hef the lftlleTablets AND THE RAIN is GONE izg fi 1 4 i4 t IN OFITHEFOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT CF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY 4 In the of DoddI Rob n G A Bankrupt 4 D11rQfitd on the lo dy ol Ntv A D 1917 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the r same on the 10 day of Dec A D 1907 before said court at Covington in said district at 10 o clock in the forenoon are as near thereto as practicable and that notice theieof ba published in The Mount Vei IK n Signala newspaper printed in said district and that rll known creditors and cthtr yiucrs in interest may appear at said time ai d place and show cause if any they jh ve wh the prayer of said pe tnioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable A M J Cockham Jndge of said Court and the seal lhereotat Lordon in said district on the 18 day of Nov A D 1907 Jos C Finnell Clerk By Geo C Moore D C The Bradley trial at Washing ton may be finished this week though it is probable that it will not go to the jury before the first rf next week The allienists sumI noned by the defense will testify md in answer to a long hypothetical question are are expected to ay that they believe at the time ol he murder Mrs Bradley was in ane R W DYOHE D E NTIS T MT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Court house All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty j rodhead Marble WOrkfi BODHEA D KY Granite and Marble Monument iiid Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Uso Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manages M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon K f FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Ol Main St known as the C C Wi Hams residence PHONE No 72 C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc street Special attention give to collections Phone No S- od3 McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attenc ed promptly Stanford K IfHeadache Try One 71 0 0 1 They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 7ht25 Doses iE 28 Cents cr 1j fC Never Sold in Bulk iL ity J iJi tfj l 4 t fhili + t De x c c q The New Store Go RFPine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes fjFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Tell 0 Baked Beans Beef sttak and Meats of all kinds All youbwant groceries call Phone 561 W H CAROTCAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky t J 31 fwv LOOK YOUR BESTIts a duty you owe yourself and your friends If you wear Kant bebeat clothes you can look your best all the time with compara tively small cost We can dress you better for less money than any other store L you give us the opportunity to prove this to in and let us show you why Kantbe beat clothes are SUPERIORTO TAILOR MADE The Fall and Winter styles are all here ready for your most criticalexam ination OW oT N Sold by JI Fish rmMSMcKENZIE You cant afford to miss the old reliable Store j for your SPRING and SUMMER 1 i Dry Goods to kai2yan Notions r We carry no shoddy secondhand auction sale goods only the best such as we can con R iJ scientiously recommend to our customers Call and us when in need of anything in our line Phone No 83 rs JONAS McKENZIE j m 3q 3 Cardui writes Mrs Jelemma Mullins Odessa suffering for several years female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicines without obtaining relief I at last found in Wine Cardui a golden medicine for all my Ills and can recommend it above all others for f maIe5 complaintsCardui II furnishes safe relief for backache headache periodical pains irregular painful or unhealthy cata menial flow andall ailments from which woman suffer A perfect for delicate women A vegetable medicine for girIs and women who are subject to the complaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited over a million who used to suffer as you At every drug store in10Q bottles WRITS A LETTER describing fully all your symptoms and we will send you Advice in plain sealed envelope Ladles ChattanoopMedlclneCo J9 new see US Free WINE OF GREAT BARGAIN For sale Ig8 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel lo improvements and only such timber as necessaryto supply the necessary use oil the land 40 acres ridgejand and level Would make an ideal stbcit J rm297 Li2 i k do I take of W Va Because after with of sick tonic pure do CARD UI bounddryL McFerrbn Mt Ver or this office 1nonKY TOgt= oA IBtarstheti I Kai YoeNate illrNj i tt K ii