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Published Every Friday t niiVOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROGKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 20 1907 NUMBER 13 w miHminmwmiinnimiNnmmimmm 1111 111111111 111 I l Ili 1 11 11 411 E It F NEWGOODS J I IITw w we Every train brings them inv r Everything for Fall and Winter tlKkf isMfe cvj w and Uptodate w Havent time to write ads ECome and see the finest lines ever shown in this country w EI iiwwaiUimuuittUM 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 delin quents for the year 1907 I wilt off er for sale the following real estate to satisfy said warrants with in terest penalty and cost Said sale will be made on the 23rd day jpf December 1907 it being regu lar County Coart day DIST No i Buster W G 6 acres land near Dave Bryants tax and cost 4 89 Hasty Hannah 47 acres land near J J Stokes tax and cost 3 88 Hignite James 30 acres land near Tom Nelson tax and cost 3 22 Lunce Josh i town lot Livingston tax and cost 5 07 Mink Lucy one town lot Alt Vernon tax andcost 3 77 Purciful Mrs Josie30 acres land near Wm Patten tax and cost 4 r2 Rowe William 175 acres landnear Milt Renner tax and cost 9 72- r Stevens WS 50 acres land near O J fowery tax and cost 5 7 DIST No 2 Herald James scores land near Bob Taylor tax and cost 4 20 Menafee A C 126 acres land near E A Adams tax and cost a 7 54 DIST No 3 Adams Estridge heirs nr 50 acres near W H Dugerv tax and cost 4 78 Berry J W Berry 211 acres land near U Sr Berry tax and cost 10 33 Dobbs Agnes 75 acres land near J J Wren tax and 2costI lay James C heirs 220 a land near W A Stanley V tax and cost 6 3 8 Hamilton J W tir 45 r cre land pear Hamilton xand coat 7 Hix Chas n r loa near J 65Isaacsnear R A Wilmott tax 77Pul1insH 07Suttlesland near Allen Wren tax 85Owensland near Sol Savior tax and cost 5 oo DIST No 4 Abrams Chas n r 200 acres near James Lawrence 30Andersonnear Dow Hensley tax and cost p Anglia J Cn r 43 a near Bradock Baker taxind cost 3 25 Baker Jane n r 50 a near Rosie Hollinsworth tax 78D3near Alex Saylor tax and 43GadS Gadd 2 years tax and 71Hostnear Robert Chestnut tax end cost j 6 29 Hensley Jack 35 acres near C Thomas tax and 48Mansfield2o acres near Macon Anglin tax and cost 6 29 Lutes Chas hens 200 a near Henrv Hamlin tax and 29Richardsonnear Walter Abramstax and cost iv 5 26 Sigmori JlH heirs 80 a nenrj F Sims tax and costvVr 7 8 32 r DIST No 5 Baker Hardin 40 acres near Lutn Shepherd tax and 7Morrisnear W H Morris tax and cost 5 38 Sexton E PM 40 acres near Dock Carpenter tax and cost 3 25 DIST No it Chasteen JRp4 s acres near Joe E Wilson tax and cost 3 77 Hampton JW 75 acres near J W Phelps tax and cost vv 4 25 DIST NO 7 = LIVINGSTON Allen Phil iT 360 acres land near Jack Burk tax and 41Allenlot Livingston tax and cost 287 Carson Jo E n r one town lot Livingston tax and 53HockeriJLivingston tax and cost 20 75 Marten Geo 40 acres land near Mute Durham tax and cost 3 03 Preston Geo one town lot Livingston tax and cost 4 26 Rich W H Ito acres land near R L Payne tax and cost 14 56 and cost 6 25 Joe Waters n r 1acre land near Simon Crriffin tax and cost 3 26 DiST No 8 Cummins A Cn r 30 acres land near Jim Mize tax and cost 3 60 Mize Umph u r 50 acres land near J L Cooper tax and cost 3 03 DIST No 9 Proctor Mary and Hix 113 acres near W H Brown ax and cost 2 77 DIST No 10 Brodhead Lawrence heirs 40 acres 17Lowerynear Gran Roberts tax and cost 6 oo Maupin Win 20 acres near near II L Murren tax and cost 5 oo Marsi Sallie 6 acres near near E Wallen taxand cost 2 50 Given under my hand this the 29th day of November 1907 RI McFERRON Sheriff of Rockcastle County Whenever you leel that your stomach has gone wrong or when you feel that it is not in good order is evidence by means head 6aches nervousness bad breath and belching take something at times and especially aft r your meals uhtij relief is afforded There is nothing better offered the public today tor stomache troubles dys pepsia intergestioh etc than Kp PreParationbined with vegetable acids and founinpptisguariji teed to give relief makje eat Sold byChasrO Davis SATERS Once more the winter cold and snow drives us to the comfortable firesides to spend the long even ings it is then we take pleasure in scribbling a few items for the dear old SIGNAL Xmas again How fast the years fly hew much often the Xmas festivals seem to drift by as we grow older with all its sweet memories and beautiful associations Xmas should be the gladdest happiest time ofall the year no matter how gloomy the day or sad the thought both will brighten at the rememberance of Xmas the birthday of our Savior What matters it to us if great scholars differ as to the exact date Isnt it enough to know that the most vital points to us are beyond contradiction Many hundred years ago in Bethlahem a babe was born he grew to manhood a perfect living representative of the power as well as love and mercy of God and at last died the igi oorn ious death of the cross to redeem the world That our present keeping of Xmas is out of all spirit with the life and teaching of Chriit there is no doubt but that is our fault not his Above it all towers the fact that no other human bein has ever been born into the worl who has so blessed it who has done so much plain practical good and lifted humanity to so higher plain of civilization an christiqnany as this lonely babe o Bethlehem Then let us be thank ful for this and all other Xmas days Miss Jalia Reynolds our school marm visited homelolks from Fri day until Monday W H Owens closed his school at Quail Tues dayDr Walker Owens of Eon go was in this section Saturday and Sunday Miss Jalia Reynolds and Mr W G McBee closed two very successful school to day at Sayers respectivelyWaded man was in this section this week The writer closed his school at Union Wednesday Grdnville Owens of Brodhetdp ared enrpute y LADIES JACKETS Just received a shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TAN and g BROWN at 5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come and see them k before you buy elesewhere r OVERCOATS v1Afamous faultless brand from 4 to 10 The best in the land SOfTS daYInanv SHOES The WALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the beat Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and style When you want something nice for a oret t FT KRUEGER SOU Mi Vernon Kentucky y 3 i 1 for Wabd Sunday to visit rela tives J M Craig still buys anything that has four feetMr Dilliugham from N C has moved to his property recently bought from Dock Owens near hereMat Brown who had a seriour attack of fever is able to be out again Tom French will soon moved to the Blue Grass Eugene Gentry was with homefolks Sunday Mrs Thomas Capps of Lebanon Jet and Mrs Robert Albright of Stanford visited their mother here last week The Sunday school at Freedom is progressing nicely despite the weather It is a custom in the country to let the Sunday school close during the winter months but this should not be Let the good work goon It is a poor Christian that cant face a little wind and weather to attend Sun day school an hour every Sunday morning BADLY MIXED UP Abraham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable ex perience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison the fifth stomache and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bit pergmdmore prescribed Guaranteed for bloop poison weakness and all byd50cfCompany H First regiment arrived at Hopkinsville Tuesday morning and relieved Company D Third regiment of guard dnty Gen Johnson left for Fraukfoid to hold a conference with the Gpv A petition is being signed request ing Jndge Cook to call a special term of court to investigate the night riders raid Just a little CASCASWEET is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish CAS CASWEBT contains no opiates nor harmful and is highly rec ommended by mothers everywhere Conforms to the National Pure FpbJlfaw Sold by Uhas C Da Established 1887 BKODHEAD Rev A J Pike went to Living s ton Wednesday to marry a couple The protracted meeting which was to begin at the Methodist church last Friday night is put off until some latter date oa account of Rev Carters serious illness Miss Bettye Hicks was unexpectedly called to Louisville to attend the Larkinswere returning from Kansas City when inimay able to resume her homeward jour daysi of Lebanon Junction if at home for a few days Thos W Capps of Lebanon Jet was at home fora few days hunt last week School will be out here today E R Gentry is assisting R H Hamm in his store during the holiday festivities Dont fail to attend the big Xmas tree at the Christian church Christmas Eve night Dec 24th All denomina tions are cordially invited to take partgals Wilmott came up from Lebanon Junction Wednesday to visit his relatives here Horace Benton of Lebanon Jet was up quailGeoe inSfrom Berea college until the EtheleHilton is at home from Lexington where she is attending Hamilton College She will remain at home until after New YearsM C Al bright has just returned from a very pleasant trip to Troy Ky where he has been the guest of A C McClary N Giles Carter left this A M for Sherburne where he will play Cashier of the bank at that place during Cashier Smiths absence A C Kidwell was up from Lebanon Junction to see one of our belles last Tuesday afternoon and even ing Movement is on foot to have the branch that runs through the middle of Main St tiled This will be one of the greatest im Pprovenents ever made in our town Wm Adams has moved from his property on Hill St to his new residence in Jeffersonville Miss Burdette Owens very royally enter tained last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Giles Carter of Ovventon OTTAWA W T Proctor has been doing some carpenter work for his father J W Proctor at Queil Laswell and son are doing a good business with their mill Mr and Mrs Eugene Rogers of Small spent Thursday and Friday with J W Brown and Messrs Eugene Rogers J W Brown and J B Sutton all went huntingJ S Cash the hustling merchant seems to be doing a hood business at this place The public school at this place closed Wednesday much to the regret of most of the scholars Mr and Mrs Charlie Rogers of Small visited relatives here Thursday night and Friday Farmers are preparing for winter by getting up a nice lot ofwoodMr and Mrs James W Brown visited relatives in Lincoln Co Saturday and Sun day Christmas is drawing night again and the boys and girls are expecting a nice time as they usually do in this vicinity Mr and Mrs J B Sutton visited Mr and Mrs Tart Proctor Saturday night and Sunday REDUCED PRICE For the nex thirty days I am going to sell even thing 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 aN week ago or will be able to buy them six weeks from now Come and see for yourself that 2 am doing just what I sav JROBT COX Representative Harvey Helm has approprtatingbuilding at Lawrenceburg appiontedCircuit Napier Adams now clerk oftiiij court of appeal MT rSIGNAL FRIDAY Dec 20 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT StBPCKirriON ONE YEAR CO Advertising Lutes made known 01 application MFMllJi R OF KENTUCKY PRESS A rSOCT ATI r ANNOUNCEMENTS Weare authorized to announce T TOHN OM p t HHl tdttc for Com y Court nark jihiMt to the action of he Republican party The figures on immigration to the Qaitei Sates fjr tbe past year as given in tbe annual report Of Commissioner Sargent are ac followsAustria Hungary 338452 in crease 73314 Bulgaria Servia and Montenegro n 309 inerease6193- France 9 731 increase 345 German Empire 37 807 increase 243 Greece 36580 increase 17091 Italy including Sicily and Sardinia 285731 increase l26ir Russian Empire and Finland 253943 increase 43278 Turkey 20767 increase 11257 England 56637 increase 7146 Ireland 34530 decrease 465 Scotland 19 740 increase 3874 China 961 decrease 583 Japan 30226 increase 16391 British North America 189918 increase 10855 West Indies 16689 increase 3 033iivenacTiToor3 vamination of them is sufficent to cause realty agreement with the Commissioners statement that The chief interest of the report to the people of the United States consists in the question of whether or not our ability as a race to absorb foreign elements is not on the verge at least of being overtaxedLou isville Times LIYlNGSTOiN Mrs Angie Salyers is out from Corbin spending a few days with her sister Mrs Sussie Hicks Rev A J Pike came down from Brodhead Wednesday to attend the Foley McGuire nuptials Mrs Harry Jenkins was in Corbin Monday and TuedayMrs J R Carter is in Louisville buying Xnias goodsMiss Nettie Rice was in Mt Vernon first of the week visiting Miss Clyde Lair Miss Lida Cook and Mr James Hall are on the sick listEvery body is preparing for Xmas Too busy to catch itemsThe Pres byterian church will give an enter tainment and Christmas tree to the Sundayschool children The Bap tist church will represent the Log Cabin and will also have an entertainment The Christian church will have two large trees an arch and an entertainment Ben Logan from Pineville was here Wednesday and Tursday call ing on a prttty young ladyMrs Arthur Boreing has returned from Parksville to spend the winter A pretty home wedding was sol emnized at the home of Mr and Mrs JC McGuire Wednesda evening at 8 oclock when Mr Oscar Foley and Miss Lena McGuire said the solemn but sweet words Until death do us part Rev A J Pike of Brodhead was the officiating clergyman The groom is ah L N employee and a handsome man of excellent character and well deserving of so sweet a bride The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs J C McGuire aud is very sweet and lovable of excellent Christian disposition and well worth the love and respect of this noble young man May their wedded life be a life of bliss and prosperity The bride and groom left Thursday morning for Mid dlesboro where they will spend a few days with the grooms parents They will also apend a few days in Louisville Paris Lexington and Lebanon Junction before returning to old Livingston where they will make their home fori while at least Quite a lot of and costly presents were handsomel U of which were NEW COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEYa HON B JL s 1 Who was yesterday appointed Commonwealths Attorney to fill the va cancy caused by the resignation of J N Sharp The many friends of Mr Bethurum throughout this and other countie will be glad to hear of his splendid success For the past two years he has virtually done the work of prosecuting attorney in this district and will therefore he familiar with all the duties involved upon him when he takes full charge We are authorized to say that Mr Bethurum will be a candidate to succeed himself for both the short and long terms and since it is a cinch for the rads in this Judicial district we certainly hope that he will ie able to land the plum Mr and Mrs Dudley Rowlett f Lexington and Mrs John Shear r of Paris attended the wedding t their sister Mrs Cleva McGuire FoleyThe remains of the child f Mr and Mrs James Parsons of Berea was brought here for burial Friday and interred iu the McGuire family burying ground Harry Lee was in town Wednesday Miss Eva Duggar has returned to her home at Paris Tenn after a pleas jut TJoithftre Her brother Car ter Bugger accompanied her home Harry Jenkins happened to a painful adcident Monday by get ting two toes broken and foot bad ly mashed He is in town visiting Mr and Mrs T B HavesSeveral cases of measles and whooping cough are in town and the latter is going quite hard with some of the mall children THE CIGARETTE FIEND Oui readers will pardon us if we use a little slang in expressing our views of the victims of of cigarettes Say you young kid mire a nice snipe with that cigarette under your nose aint you Youre the ind of a soft pliable flappy piece f a boy all weakness and moral imbecility which the toughs take as apprentices and educate in the deep dark mysteries of how to be bad You are marked as a little fool by every decent man who sees you and every time you indulge in the foolish and hateful habit you are lessening your opportunity of being respectable You want to be smart but you know it isnt smart nobody thinks it is smart If you go into a strange town your cigar ette spots you as a little hoodlum and you will hive to doa lot of good things before you can con vence anyone that you are worth having It impairs your health and ruins your reputation and makes a contemptable monkey out of what might be a respectable boy Your friends are ashamedof you If you are far enough aloug in your habit you shame and stick to it through pate cussedness You ought to be transformed hut yourI mother hasnt given you up wants you up yet and wants you near her as you aie Nobody re spects you nobody ought to You are the blossoms that yield the fruit of idleness and shams you are the spout from which a worthless bum x will grow in time You ought to quit it and you know t hat you ought Why don t youEx- On Monday December 2nd at ii5 P M the death angel viited ibe home of Mrs AL Sal 41 and claimed for its victim her com panion All that medical Hid could do was of no avail H= was a kiud and devoted huslaudand father and was a member of the Christian church For some time coulsnmptionhis lips but was ready and willing to go The remains were laid to rest in tHe Livingston cemetery to await the summons of the last great day A loved orierfrom us is takenj A loving voice is stilled A place is vacant in our home That never can be filled By a sisterinlawR CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends and neighbors who called and sympa thised with u in the loss of our kind and loving husband and father A L Salyers We especially wish to thank the masons for their kindness Mr Take Sam brook for his consoling words Mr George Reynolds and wife Mr W J Phillips and wife for their many favors From his loving wife and children Some say that rents are too high fiat land values are too high and that there is no money in farming I is true to a certain extent that m uey is not piled up so rapidly by the agriculturist now as in the pst but there are good and sufficient reasons therefor The day has gone by when the seed can be sown and the developeiuent of a bountiful crop left in a great uieas ure to nature The dy ha corny and some time ago that the farmer must study his land as does the merchant his stock of goods a does the manufacturer his ma chinery Our land here is rich and fertile out it must be carefully looked after or shortly our farmers will abandon it as killed out when the fact will be that it is only tired of poor tilling When our farmers look after their land carefully studying its adaption weigh carefully their stock and feed and get the best possible re suits from the combination then will land pay a high rate of interest on a value of 150 or even more per acre Forest L McClary Jr member of the firm of Cum pins McJlary dies Saturday night of typhoid lever aged twertynine He is survived by his wife and two children The burial took place at i oclock Monday afternoon As result of the investigation made by Adjt Gen P P Johnson and a conference between flu Gov ernors representative and the offic ials of Christian countyn formal request for additional troops was signed and forwarded to GJV Wi son Hopkinsville citizens also believe that a special term of the Circuit Court should be held in order that the judicial inquiry into the night riders action may be in stituted at once Gen Johnson on Monday went to Trigg county to pursue his inquiries there The suit of the heirs of Dr B D Cox against James Hargis and others alleging complicity in the murder of Dr Cox has been com promised and after the details of the agreement have been settled the suit will be dismissed The amount to bepaidto the heirs is not divulged William J Bryan will deliver an address to the Oklahoma Legisla ture December 21 B i tW 1w liolit 71t I ei I fl c F J B Livesay J John Nancy Smith Burton Alice I Gibbs J R W N W B Whiehead 51wm g 6 o y x o 3 3t r7 4J 7 olr J ttt L f r 5 k it t t i li t riii 1ri t t i ilty Ji t t i mn11lt j t r lf l f 1illJ J xzd- tl t vr H 0dle vtI 7 0n I y 60Qcanscorn at a nickle a can If you want the corn put the nickle in my hands eJta Z a1rl 6il I i c ft i TY r JOH3ONIi L io STOREa Opposite Court House TTKAdrArIsy POSTED 125 cents tor each to run unil Cash iunl an advertise men tinnier head We whose nanTGs appear elov strictly forbfd hunting fishing or any kind of tresspassing on our places and will prosecute violators to full extent of law 13 Ptrcell W Marler Leece George Moore C Brock Thompson 1 uF K name Jan 1908 Accompany this the the George Livesay W D Levisay- J J Cook J J Smith Smith Pruett W Moore Simeon Saylor J M Lear G S Livesay B F Livesay The jury returiel a verdict Monday morning giving Scott Ke ton sixteen years in the psni tentari for killing Wright Young at Stearns last sprirg The c ase had been on trial four days Claiming damages amounting to 5800 for the loss of two fingers Dave Vaughn through his father J I Vaughn has filed his suit in the Laurel Circuit Court against Womens Home Mission Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and J C Lewis principal of the Sue Bennett Memorial StMiool of Londo 1 Las Febrmry Vau ghn was a pupil in the schojlIand while working in the industrial de partment his hand was injured in a broom machine and it becime necessary to amputate two fingers Three children were burned to death in a fire which destroyed tt o dwellings at Sturgisson W Va For that PanLThere cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dun druff no pimples no eruptions The best kind of a Sold for over absty 9oar0IMade MareAlos uers HERES GOOD ADVICE O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Leltaysvlle N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured ineof them for good 20 years a oIGuaranteed for sores wounds ChasIThe statement of the New York pastI40101175 s t ments of the 25per cent reserve rule This is an increase of 6I109175 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week A heavy snow and sleetstorm prevailed from the Rocky Mount ains to the Atlantic coast and in the lake regions Railroad traffic was delayed telegraphic communi cation was interrupted and at Lynchburg the electric light wires were bioken The city was dark Saturday night The Central American Peace Conference practically concuded its labors in Washington Salerclay when it was announced that the delegates hadagreed upon and were ready to sigh seveu treaties The bill of exceptions is the ap peal of the Standard Oil Coaipany of Indiana trom the fine of 29 240000 was signed by Judge Lan dis in Chicago Saturday and was filed in the Court of Appeals Leighton Coleman Episcopal Bishop of Delaware was found dead in bed at his home in Wilmington UNDERTAKERI ed irom the citywhere I purchased full and complete line of COt fins Caskets and Robes i Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hearse sent toall parts of the county All orders by wire proinply filled a W A COXt ar Mt Aernon Q Phone 97 r y t Bbn ft I t to JJC 2en I j try SANTA CLAUSE l II r IiWil be let out at A C HIATTS Store on or about i December 4th l th I a IWe now have him cornered with his fullsupply of g Xmas goods Everything new and up todate 1m II CANDIES and FRUITS of the FINEST VARIETIES rl TOYS of EVERY KIND u IiiSOMETHING NICE FOR ALL comPleti1A C HIATT t 4 t KENTUCKYrrl= vo YI Convenience of the Savings Account i IMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent in because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoidiinvestment you can compute the net returns accu fitrately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings 11 account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the I regularbank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts you will call at the bank THE BARK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED AMTVERNON KENTUCKY r 1J a- wtAT EtnHHHtnnHHtiHnnHntnttttntntnnnnnnnnn1Untnn1 VERNON CfBEBT CD PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 5f FUNERAL DIRECTORS SAND- EMIEALMEIS = Mt Vernon K COUCH METALIC CASJETSJ Coffins and es = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all oil1tsI AB TURKISH YH KRUECER opxletwlU1UU1U1Uu UU1U1UUUUnlUUU YlUi11UUU1Ulll 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY aoDcc 1907 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communi-cate with SIGNAL 79 t f I 4 R R CJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 2i north 340 a m 23 south 124 p nv 21 Suuthr 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Ml vornon Ky Postoffice as serondc s innil matt- erPERSONAL W T Houk of Bertha was here Monday W T Baker was here from Berea Tuesday Judge Johnson was here from Frankford this week Miss Myrtle Bryant has been quite ill but is better E B Brown has moved his family to Lebanon Junction John Prewitt the Hazel Patch lumberman was here Tuesday Buck Sowder is braking be tween Corbin and Lebanon Jet John Riddle has begun grinding his new flouring mill at Walnut Jon Hotfoot Elmer was at home days this week taking a rest braking I Oscar and Emmett Brvant telegraph operators were at home during the week Lee Proctor after a seige of fever has resumed his duties in com missary at Langford T J Hayes the Round Stone lumber man assisted clerk J F Griffin during the term just passed John M Bandel civil engineer on the double tracking work beyond Livingston was here Sun dayW T Short general deputy Internal Revenue collector is an applicant for the Richmond post offiice Bragg Thompson after an eighteen months stay in Florida is here for a few days with relatives and friends R L Collier the pole man of Crab Orchard was here Tuesday and Wednesday loading product for Louisiana points W D Mullins formerly of this county who killed Henson at Corbin was given ten years by the Whitley circuit court Thursday- D C Pullins was over from Conway yesterday He has recent ly secured a patent on a fence wire stretcher and has pending a patent on a parcel or baggage check Ab Sparks will move to the Dr Myers property Jan ist W T Smith will move to property now occupied by Mr Sparks which Mr Smith recently purchased Mr and Mrs A C Towery were here from Berea Tuesday visiting relatives and having some fdental work done Mr Towery us that he would probably go west at an early date to locate providing he could dispose of his property at Berea which is very destiable property located in the edge of town A H Bastin of Lancaster general manager of the Kentucky Telephone and Telegraph Co stopped over here Sunday afternoon on his way to Midclesb where he went to look after the starting the stringing of the first section of their long distant copper line between Middleshoro and London Other sections between London and Lexington and between Middlesboro and Knox Iville will follow as quickly as the weather will permit Alt LOCALftDont forget the Xmas Bazaar at Mrs Cleo Browns Christmas gifts of the sensible sort at Chas C Davis NOTICE All accounts due Carmical Co must be settled by January 1st as we needour money W H CARMICAL Co FOR SArx25o bales good mix ed hay timothy and clover RLSMITH Hiatt Ky Dec 1331 Talk out your dearestmaids A s your Rosa Lee JJBUltibAbille of old Kentucky l itl ffsher buggye Hugh t 1I Practical gift suggestions for everybody at Chas C Davis W H Rich has sold out his stock ofn erchandise at Andrews Get in the parade today with hmduds of others and visit our holiday bazaar Chas C Davis The town board of trustees has placed the tax levy for 1908 at the same figure it was for igoyfifty cents on the hundreJ dollars aid 1 50 as he roll Landrum Council U Dput through three companions tt its meeting Monday night There wll be a number to take the degrees in January If weather continues fair grad ing will be ready for laying of sidings for the big crushers just south of tunnel no i As a name for the new location one of the following is suggested Spirdis Daspark Davark or Wilsatu CHEAP RArHsRonnd trip Holiday Excursion tickets will be sold to all points on the L N at one and third fare for the round trip plus 25 cents on Dec 20 to 25 inclusive Dec 30 and 31 1907 and January i 1908 Limited returning to January 6 1908 That enterprising and pushing citizen W J Spat ks has establish ed a new industry near Sinks in the way ot sand mining and shipping The material consists of a conglom erate of sand a hail grit which will be extensively used in the making of the finer grades of concrete building blocks etc Mt Vernon is now blessedwith barber shops having two Fisher who sold hs old shop to D E Davis who in turn sc Id to A B Furnish has ordered a new outfit and has opened in Miller hotel sample room D E Davis is run ning the old shop for Mr Furnish until he can secure a goodman to take charge The Hansford Telephone Co have reached Brodhead with one wire which gives connection to south and southeastern Rockcastle Pulaski and Lincoln Work has begun on construction of an ex change at Brodhead There will be 25or 30 phones put in which will add greatly to the convenience ofsubscribers and others through out the county We failed to get the item of the death of Mrs Julia Fields for our last issue although her death occurred last Saturday week Mrs Fields Avis betvvee nG5 and 70 years of age and a noble Christian woman Her death was the result of a cancer which for a long time had caused her much pain and suffering Her remains were laid to rest in the family burrying ground lie lr the old hom- eNOTICEI will sell at my residence at private sale between now and Dec 24th the following articles One 6 foot extension table one folding couch one settee one wardrobe one small washstand one cot one parlor lamp onr air tight heater one two burner gasoline stove with oven three rockers two gold fish globe and grotto one violin one guitar one crokinoleboaid one lawn swing one croquet s tone force pump and pump jack M L MYERS Robert Lynn Coffey of Stanford and Miss Myrtle OBaunon of the same place drove over to Danville and were married at the home of Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard on East Main Street The bride is quite an attractive young lady and is the daughter of Dr and Mrs W B OBannon she has nnnv charming traits of character and is altogether a lovable girl The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Coffey who formerly lived in this city and is a well to do young man wqo lays claim Ito a large number of friends in this section of the State where he is favorably knownAdvocate The Louisville papers have just learned the novelty of talking through your ribsmover a desk phone by placing the transmitter against the breast or other portions ot the body and talk into space the message going about as well as if talking into transmitter This way of talking was indulged in by even the children pt Mt Vernou and Brodhead more than a year ago they even went further by catching hands and making a line of twenty feet or more the person fartherest from the phonearranged above could be distinctly heard speaking his voice going out over wire many miles i A 30e SYsOFS aQe8 ARI BETTER SHOES ARE BETTER DO you know that people are beginning to thange their minds about Christmas Thinking people have quit buying worthless treats and foolish pres longfarf i gifts Why not buy something your friends can wear and will appreciate The wearables were are v ill hardly cost as much as some fancy present longerTry1L rr errrrasrsca irasn JIIIv- q tr3FiPJLOO i STARBRAVD VbQFJ t nrrlytiit1LDSII f Ak L i i LJl Patriot Shoes feel good from I the start From the day you wet e born you wantedcomfort You may not be gettingreal comfort now Start nom get a pair of Patriots be good to your feet you cant get any moRe like them Patriot shoes will take care of them TRY A PAIR 8930 and S46O f E3vComb sets in boxes from r 50 to 7 5o Manacure sets from S35- 0toI75o Cuff and collar boxes from 150 to 3 ooChas C Davis FOR SALE Gne combined sad die and names horse 4 yeas old perfectly sound and safe for any uly to drive L T WELCH 2 2031 Mt Vernon Ky Books makes the most satisfac tory sort of presents Other gifts may fade but good hocks never do They endures and remains always a reminder of the donor At Chas U Davis There u but one Rockcastle county U S three post offices bear that name one is in Trigg county Ky Counties named for prominent men range in number as follows Washington 31 Franklin 25 Jefferson 23 Lincoln 22 Jack son 22 The telephone construction force finished up the rebuilding ofour local exchange last Thursday The service is wonderfully im proved and one can now converse with ease and satisfaction notonly in town and county but long dis tance including Middlesboro Louis villeaud intermediate points The people are proud of the improve ment and appreciate the efforts of general manager in securing an up to date plaat for their use Ten new subscribers have been added making a total of 65 phones in the localexchange Because of some repairs on our machinery which we find abso lutely necessary to be done and it being almost impossible to make such repairs and get out a paper besides there will be no issue of the Signal next week This is altogether a departure from our idea and during our eight years in the newspaper business have never quit Christmas week except on two occasions and then circum stances and conditions made it necessary We ask the indulgence of our readers for so doing with the promise that with the beginning of the new rwewill enter our work with renewed energy and make up for all lost time To one and all we wish a merry Xmas and happy New Year v 5L7 iCHlLCRENS WHAPS et the children some wraps this Christmas Dont let them get cold when you can get Cloaks here at reduced pricesAll sizes at reduced prices F fir Jiq r Landrum Council U D conferred upon five candidates Wednesday night three doctors one optician and a lawyer GET BUSY NowChristmas will soon be here and you should see us about your supplies Everything new and fresh Chap C Davis This office will issue on January 1st a new and Complete telephone directory for the county better take a phone soon if you want your name on the list Local mines are now supplying the demand for coal so the fears of a famine in black gems have disappeared Twelve and one half cents is the ruling price I have just completed a nice store room on Old Main St and have it filledwith Fisher buggies open buggies double rigs etc I know that I can please you Remember as I have told you before I will trade you a Fisher buggy for any old thing Hugh Miller Wife son and daughter write Santa Claus and tell him you want a nice Fisher buggy for your Xmas present Tell him you are so tired of riding horse back and the ony thing that will please the whole family is a nice Fisher buggy and tell him he can get it from Hugh CIRCUIT COURT The present term of court fell short of being a busy one and but little relief to the conjested condition of docket which for so long has existed in this county Since our last issue the following case were desposed of up to Wednesday when thecourt vas finally adjourned William Walker given four years in the pen for striking Edgar Mullins with brass knucks He was given an additional 4 years for false swearing making a total ofeight and one half years Floyd Wells fQral swearing case dismissed Mitchell Mullins for forgery dis missed Ed Mullins charged with killing Greely Mize acquitted Joe Mize for malicious shooting in three cases continued Woolford A laiisi- nductedfo r willful muider by the present grand jury had his cast continued u ittl next term The fine of io each against Robt Rarnlreeaudy LMiNWHY G hrother or uncle one of these Blue Suits we are are now PRICE OVERCOATS TOO The grand jury of the recent term o Rockcastle Circuit Court was in one particular a rather remarkable jury in so much that nine out of the twelve were over 53 years of ageDont call depot on phone to ask about delayed trains The agent has not the time to answer the innumerable inquiries Ask Cen tral for this information and vou wilj be accommodated J Fish and U G Baker progress ive merchants have added the latest gas making machine plants for lighting their uptodate stores Mr Fish has also put down a concaete pavement in front of his place ofbusines- sNOTICEThere will be a pie and ice cream supper at Brodhead Xmas night The most popular lady present will be given a cake and the most popular gentleman gets a pie Admission free Church Benefit Everybody come COMPETITIVE ExAMINATIONsIt will hold an office on Saturday Dec 28tb for those who wish to enter State College at Lexington and Rich mond I can send five to each place and hope some of our boys and girls will avail themselves of the opportunity G M BALIARD t Go Supt The town trustees are the fireworks trd entorcingI forbids the sale giving or procuring under a penalty of 5 to 10 and for tirng or exploding same from to 5 is the penalty It is probable the ordinance will be sus pended between the hours of 12 oclock midnight to midnight of Christmasdey for the benefit of the boys Burglars broke into my store room last night and stole a monkey wrench screw driver and hatchet they also took a new Fisher buggy 1 would offer a reward for the burglar only I fear some innocent person might be arrested on Suspicion everybody has a Fisher buggy A large reward will be paicLfo the recov ery of the tools but I do riSt wish to cause the a nest of any one for stealing the bUggy as they could not be expected to get along without a nIce Fiher buggy even if compelled to steal one Hugh STAR BlSND SHOES 1RB BETTER showing lgQ paTS cpsJJTND i S Give father brother boys a stylish Hat or rtheIOur stock of hats and cane fro ui onof the hat makers of the world and their guarantee with means that HATS they will oursI 100 to 300 SEE THEM rt tt r ZfqaqzThe rifleThesein than other 32s ismucheta mailedfreeTlre7l2W2PzArearms J42 Willow New Haven Coon m et er Ei 6 a im I BROWN UriEK- aGj Strong teachers in all departmentsHigh School Gram jfe Ka mar Intermediate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing fi fyf Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages out ft good homes in the town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 3000 2000 t1 1500 For catalogue address 0r MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal 4 mMountVernon Kentucky w 3GfG Q mg COLLAR JJA y ELI ALa yyy SHIELD B vVww VV WEARS WEli A i ITAIKTo appearance stand point as all suits even the poorest grades look good before th yare worn ITS SAFETo buy clothing with the Shied label as shown above attached to collar The retail Price isalso attached to coat sleeveITS GUARANTEED FOR SALE BY JA OLIVER Livingston Iy 4 O O 9000000000 O O O lib 0Don neglect your cough 0i Statistics show that in New York City Ja- yo alone over 200 people die every week from j tz1 O consumption o gAnd most of these consumptives might t o now if they hadnot neglected the g warning cough rt You know how quickly Scott s i Emulsion enables you to throw off a coughor cold ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 i OOOO OOO OO O O 9 METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN KOCRCASTLE TO BUY Drug Stationey Qigarp Tobecop paint Oand patent Medicine Diseases of GMTdren A SpeoiaFfg S C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT YER KON Kl r SeaC GRANVILLE OWENS I IUNDERTAKER lI Brodhead Ky I W 3d 3 t f FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS VIA IWinterFor Information and list of hotels address H lKING C P 8 T A 111 Main St Ecxinfitcn Ky CON WA I Mr Ike Dooley of Mullins station was here this week looking at some farms with view of buying this sectionFrom the amount of jugs being put off here each day it looks like somebody is preparingi to celebrate Christmas mud to let nowMr George Cor nelson and family moved to Mad ison this weekMr George Ket Ton has attached a shingle rig to his grist mill and is now ready to cut shingles to a finishMr C H Smith is building a new ell to his dweHinghome Mr Chambers Oldham and Henry Wood visited relatives and l friends at Mt Vernon this week RanKin Alexander who has been in the Wet for past year is visiting relatives hereMr H AWood our accoinadating R R agf at this place has tendered resignation jye do not know at this writing howill take his placeMr Scott Beldon who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Several cases of measles are rt portect mand around our litte village JohnGuinn is clerking for J J Wood since the mill at this place shut down All the boys who went to 111 from here to work during the crop season are returning home to- spend Christmas H C Smith is visiting his daughter pear M Vernon this weekB B Beldon is handling the saw rig at George Ketrons Shingle mill Dont delay having your toys come early now is the time when you can find what vcu want late you will have to take what is left You will find duf dolls the prettiest and rice jhe lowest Chas C D v1s- r 1Et 0 f J ff COMPLETE LINE ft Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or TeleS phone orders Promptly Filled h 3 in Vfmour I CHANGE J DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salvedont forget the name and accept no substitute Get De Witts Its good for piles Sold by Ohas C Dvias Representatives Langley ard Bennett of Kentucky have pre pareda bill prohibiting the issuance ot Federal liquor lice 1ses in dry districts The measure will be introduced in Congress by Mr Langley Guaranteed Oure for ufjllst paion After watching results for sixteen years during which time many millions of bottles were sold and thousands of letters from users were received the originators of Dr Cadwells Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound feel safe in it in the various bowIelsqJsuch guaranteowells Syrup Pepsin does not do what is claimed font reoommendedplaints and the fact that each year more more families are using It proves that it has the merit claimed for t and the letters we arc con thesediseasesDrCaldwellson the market because to use his own words it does all you claim for it and I do not know of raWilliamsused it in her home all her married life and would not keep house without it Thousands of effectIf Dr Cald yedruggiston the basis that we guarantee satisfaction You ttisteItpurgative waters salts and cathartic powders or pills does not gripe and leave you feeling weak and torn It is safe to say that you will likt it Iclaxativend a weak people because of its gentle action FREE TEST IwellsIng can nave a tree sample bottle sent to their horns addressing the company This to that toe tho1awhosymptoms of stomach or dlsaso Gslestyet most for vomen sd TIPUBUOas SYRUP This bean purity guarantee Washington no PEPSIN SYRUP CO il Calrfwelt BldqMoBtIceHo Ella iSoldt t ORLANDO s Mud is no scarcity at Brush Cieekjit present The school at Maple Grove closed Friday of latt week Mrs Martha Mason ofan Pne Hili xtithe guest of Mr Ltzc Ball Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lydia Bnant is reported vetiickMrs Mary Chahtteu o5 Vildie is visiting her father Rev Williams The Rev Wilson of Brodhead ChIMr E J Anderson has gone with a ciev of men to do section vvuilc beyond LivingstouTh e sd oat Fiat Rock taught hy Miss Kizzie Ponder will close Sat urday with an exhibition and din ner for allMrs Nancy Hkkey who has been very sick is some what improved Mrs Hacker Williniis visited her Mother at Roundstone this weekMrs Flur- r LihWtll ivlio wjs reported vry sick last week is convalescing Rev Wm Williams is clerking in the store of H L Smith Emmett Treadway remains very seriously illAlbert Hickey had one of his fingers very badly mashed a few days ago The exercises at the Grove Sab tibathschoolXmas eveMrs Proctor of Wildie was the guest of her RMissweekCupid seems to be i suc cessful worker in this vicinity We expect an opportunity later to report some of his doings Ve have just received from Chicago a nice up to date line of pict poreshand mirrors puff jars andetc Chas C Davis Theres something about Ker nedys Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it different from others as it causes a free yet gentle action the bowels through which the if forced out of the system At the same time it heals irritation and allays inflammation of the throat and lungs It is pleasant to take Children like it Contains no opiates nor narcotics Sold by Chas C Davis Aladamas delegation in the House has drawn up a protest iagainstHundley for the Federal judgesbjp of the Northern district ofAabama and will present it to the Senate Judiciary Committee Hon W C Oates of Alabama has been appointed chairman of the commission to mark the graves of Confederate soldiers- Pcnnsvlvania has 1828 of its citizens employed by the govern merit in the District of Columbia and their annual salaries amount to 2099 425 AREALWONDERLANDSouth irmines bonanza arms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D healinghasteemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five whenII began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and byChts100 Trial bottle free eiii Te Midwinter Term Which the rush term jpe Junnary 2I Do vou YMrit to hworking unit in hy sile ctno1 ambitious vj tiu aaiic and profeMoiial body f teachers eier gathered together IIJT study in Eastern Ken tuck Ifso see your County Supefin ttindaut now about aii appoint ment to free tuition if you have not already done so and write to the President of tire E K S N fOra catalog telling him what studies you desire Address R N Roark Richmond Ky A DANGER US DEADLQCK that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sen sations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory atC J cbpe WILlIE AMshitter part of last weekfr Ora Adams returned to his home from tXf ll Jed visit iirCelina Texas Misses Minnie and Bessie Fish wa s in Eetea shopping lat Thurs d iv and Friday MJSS Ila Proctors isiting her sister Mrs I AwWood of Orlando =Miss Sttlla Adams is visiting in Stan fora and- vingston this wtekMrMan seen vjsiied her par nls 0 Orlando fit ofvekMisesA sna Aranaman and Ella Adams were itt Richmond Friday and Sa ur day Mr Harrion Branaman is moving this week in the propel ty where Mr Will Haves livedwe are glad he is getting nearer VildieMiss Etta Moore of Berea was theguet of Mrs Elizi Wood Saturday and Sunday The Christmas Bazaar will be opened Saturday Dec 14th in shopManysalt and Christmas shoppers will find presens to suit the most fastidious taste- BOARDERS I am now located in le Joplin property next door Peoples bank Mt Vernon Ky hoardersIMRS ANNIE SHUMATE LOST STRAEE OR STOLEN A red heifer 2 yeais old star in forehead white spot above front hoof Last seen in August Will ay liberal reward for information that will enable me to recover her MRS J M CLARK la63t Brodhoad Ky NOTICEI will sell everything in ray store for the next two weeks cat cost Mens Heavy Underwear goes at 98 cents a suit Best 01 Calico at 54 and 634 cents per yd Overcoats Hats Caps Shoes and everything you need Call and see me I can save you money W H BAKER Langford Ky Thousands of men and women suffprinRfrom Dont neglect sour kidneys Delays are dangerous DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills afford quicK relief for all kinds of kidney and bladder fronole A weeks treat ment 250 Sold by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS andVlDEALER Granite Monuments ofal kinds Estimates furnished on application tWrI Iron Fence Ufetlm11111IlStAnniS 1 11MPGII rkwr lRoKlI11 V3 IN deil loPe CINCINNATLOj ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences GEORGE OWENS Propr W A CARSON PAfNTER AND PflPERHAHBER WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed Sit iY After receiving a report fron djt Gen P P Johnson Gov ilson ordered one company of the First Kentucky to Hopidnsville to rdieeth soldiers now oa duty there Gen Johnson in his re pOll said that 11opkii4lle was in a pitiful state of demoralizition and the presence of the malita s absolutely necessary He said there w ego retsons to believe thatif the militia were with d awn a second attack on f Honkinsville would he male HOLIDAY RATaS VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTF lickets on sale December 20 212223242525 3031 1907 January ist 1908 with final limit January 6th 1908 Ask Agents for particulars or write H C Kirg C P A Lexington KY Beginning with Saturday Dec 7th I will sell my stock of trim ed hats at reduced price Dont forget the place Mrs Cleo Brown grestestbookyear the most complete assortment of good literature in all branches at prices varying from 10 ct to 2 at Chas C Davis NOTICE All parties indebted tome will please call and settle same at once I need the money W M POVNTBR Dec63t At the close ofsix hours testimony in his own behalf Caleb Powers said that the rifle with wqich Goebel had been assassinated had been found and was in the possession of the defence An effort will be made to trace the weapon to Henry E Youtsev Powers denied all of the damaging statements made by th connon wealths witnesses 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 Rockcastle and part in Jackson county house contains nine rooms good outbuildings well improved well watered and sufficent timber to run the farm AddressG BALLARD Mtr VernonTK y Are you having trouble with yodr kidneys There are lots 01 theyhavethey are tired and lacking in en ergy and mdition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief with out delay Take DeWitts Kidney blanner Pills they are for weak back inflammation of the bladder bockaceh and weak kid neys Sold by Chas C Davis R W DYC- HEDENTIST MT VERNON KY Office in old brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager 1M L MYERS 1MtFirstClass Work OFFICE At residence on Ol Main St kuown as the CC Wit Hams residence PHONE No 71 C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On 2rd floor ol I The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church treetSpecial attention given o collections Phone No So J CMcC4RYtj- ndeMaker Embalier caJupIet2 LINEofGaskets Robes c n Orders py TeeplQne attended 1 promptly 4- Stanford K 2 SIMPLE HOME RECIPE Get from any pr s ption lbar macist the following Fluid Extract Dandelior nile halfIH1DCej Comp und Kargon one ounce Compouud Syrup Sarsapa ouncesIShake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after each mea andat bedtime The above is considered by an eminent authority who writes in a New York daily paper as the finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Blcddr and all forms o Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the elimint enal1linguric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheu matismSome persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple surprising the relief eing effected withcut the slightest in jury to the stomach or otherorganf Mix some and give it a trial It certainly come highly recommended It is the prescription ofan eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was establish edbyitA here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescriptbnfor as harmlessIOur holiday assortment is very complete embraces all the new styles at Chas C Davis n jsasafe rr for Ut C 11z DROPS A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDYFORALLFORMS O- FRHEUMATISM NuralglaKIdKIdr GIVES QUICK Applied externally affords almost In stantrelief from pate while permanent results are belnff effected by taking it in ternally the blood dissolving the poisonous subs tanceand removing it from the system 8 P BLAND Of Brewtoa Oa writes 1 had been a mfferer for a number of yean with Lumbago and Rheumatism in my arms and legs and tried all the remedies that could gather from medical works and also consulted with a number of the best physicians but found nothing that the relief obtained from PrCt1eforDRCLiGATESH- ancoclrlI1nnwrlteslittle girl here had such a weak back caused by Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble that abe could not itand on her feet The moment they put her downoatbe floor she would scream with pains I treated her with and today she runs around as well and happy can be I prescribe f toe my patient and use It in my practice FREEtLumbagoSciatIeaTrouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trialbottle of sDROP- SPURELYVEGE1ABL 5DROPS is ntIre1YfreefrOfl1cIum cocaine and other sinjusc ingredients Large Size Bott1o5UROPS 800 fleece 100 Bale by DmrcUUS- WANSONRHEIMATli COMPANY I DepU48 174 take Street Chicago J I 3EcJC c c3ir The New Store w Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts GrapenutSj iPine Apples Cocoa Table JellyJ JPruaes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat obiter Pairs Ice Cream M OJ3akedi Beans ee s taand le t kinds 5All goods delivered in town When Yo1 want groceries call i phone 56I W H CARMCAL CO door to Bank of M t Verrion iNext Kentucky crocc- c3tc i JONAS McKErqZlE I vr riYou cant afford to miss the old reliable Store j for your SPRING and SUMMER i Dry Goods Staple andFancy Notions j We carry no shoddy secondLand auction 4 1 sale goods only the best such as we can con I aCallz JONAS MciZIEk d No Wf Operation r writesI4shouldersDoctors said an operation was needed but I rtingaround Can nowdo rriy housework and an splendid health Cardul isa pure vegetable medicinal es especially adapted ta cure womens diseas relieves excessive periodiC l painso f irregularities and pleasant and liable remedy fOr 1F sick women In siiCrC cessful use over years Try it DIaw purifying DR Eva E fTK neoga t I At Drag Store in Bott I UtE OF RELIEF nUAA typQjjIICoTeen Every S1QO icAREJ1 4 I