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Published Every Friday VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY 24 1908 NUMBER 18 SSS r BROUHEAD Mis W E Spi iuie has returned to Paris after spending a week with i her parents Mr and Mrs Francisco V1 R E Albright left Sunday night for Richmond where he entered school Tuesday Albert Hiatt was fe with homefolks in the Hiatt section Sunday Miss John Eva Hilton is theRUesc of her sister Mrs R H Batson at Lancaster this week Prof E R Gentry was a dis tinguished guest at the Reynolds House Maretburg Ky last Sunday afternoon The Citizens Bank at this place declared a dividend of 8 per cent placed 2 per cent to surplus and the same officers were elected Miss Maude Watson has returned from a two weeks visit to Mt Vernon and Livingston Miss Jiwel Francisco intertained quite a few of her friends last Saturday evening very royallyHomer H Wallin of Somerset was here Sun day to see one of our fair sexDr- O O Stone was very unexpectedly called home Sunday morning to pay the last sad rites to his beloved father Mr Stone was 67 years of age and lived at Tazwell Tenn Judging from the Dr we are bound V to know that his father was a good and great man as the Dock was familiarly called the chip from the old block Mr Stone had been a sufferer many years from rheuma tism We extend to Dr our heart felt sympathy in his dark hour of trouble Miss Elizabeth Cable and Brack Durham have returned from a two weeks stay at Liberty in Casey countyO W Turpin has been appointed marshall Lookoutft boys quit yo foolinA E Albright and daughter Miss Hazel are Visiting in Livingston this weekRev A J Pike is assisting in the protracted meeting at Livingston this w ekMiss Owens has returned td M retburg after spending a pirtof last week here the guest of her cousin Miss Mattie OwensJ W Hut beson is in Middlesboro this week on business Cattie Frith says it pays to advertise He has had over 40 aplications for positions since your last editionOur Board of Trus ess are certainly to be contended on starting a movement on foot to have the River which splits Main St wide Open tiled The town gives 5 00 Fiscal Court 65 00 the rest is being made by private subscriptions andsuch men as John Robins J Thomas Cherry T S Frith J W Hutche son Dr Percy Bentou and Albright and Adams are giving liberally This is a thing we should all be interested in If vou are not able to give you certainly can work so let us put our shoulders to the wheel and not let this go through just because some other man wont give as much as we think he ought to This will be the great est improvement ever made within our borders John Robins has purchased new light plant for his new drug store another movement for im provement Rals Wilmott will leave in a few days for Hof Springs Ark to tale a treatment for Rhe- uinatitnMiss Etta Cable is visit Lti i ndparcits in ibe couutry RANK FOOLISHNESS When attacked by a cough or a cold or when your throat is sore it is rank Joolishuess to take any other medicine than Dr Kings New Discovery says C O Eldridge of Empire Ga J have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best retuedv on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung subjecttoquickly cures every attack t Known the world oveiits the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store soc and 100 Trial bottle free SJt has beep determined by The American National Red Crossto enter at once iuto3 general campaign for increase of membership The International Harvester Company was fined 12600 at Topeka for violation of the Kansas antitrust law Itdepends upon the pills outtake DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills kown I jor constipation and sick head ache j S6ldbyChas C Davis dunfOjernu I 1 ignlll JAN IORLANDO The measLes are rag in in tLis vicinity Mr and Mrs Hehiy Mullms went t6 Blanche saturday- to see their daughter Mrs Dunn who is very lowMr J C Child ress suffered a stroke of paralysis lat Friday and his recovery is doubtful Mrs Elmer Williams and infant are down with measles Also little Gertrude Etans Born Tuesday to Mrs J B Reams aI fine boy George Childress was called from Hamilton Ghio to the bed 5ide of his father J C Childress The Flat Rock chnrch have elect ed the Rev Fred Jones as their pas tor for the year 1908 Cleveland Jordan son of Huston Jordan died last week at the home of Mr Char lie Coffey of that awful malady consumptionMiss Annie Proctor of Wildie is visiting her sister Mrs J A WoodMrs Sam Bry ant who has been very sick is reported betterMr Bennett Bal lard and family who have been living in Lexington for more than a year have moved to his mothers near Big Hill- Wallace Laswell is on the silk list this weekMrs Lizzie Ball visited friends at Pine Hill from Saturday until MondiyJ M Laswell was in Mt Vernon Satur day Alex Heltons children have the measlesMrs Martha Ball of Hazel Patch was visiting Mr and Mrs J L Ball this weekRev Wra Williams is running a private phone line which will connect in the store of H L Smith at this place Elmer Williams also has a private line running from the depot to his residenceMrs Jas Reynolds of Langford has been very sick for severalweeks The eight year old child of Mrs James Childress died last week of spinal trouble The subscription school which was to have commenced last Monday at Maple Grove was postponed cu ac count of measles Ve enjoyed the interesting letter written by HG Edwards in last weeks paper very ufuch CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY BENEFITS A CITY COUNCIAL MAN AT KINGSTON JAMICA- Mr W OReilly Fogarty who is a member of the City Council at Kingston Jamaica West Indies writes as follows One bottle of Chamberlans Cough Remedy had good jrffect on a cough that was giving me trouble and I think I should have been more quickly relieved if I had continued the remedy That it was beneficial and quick in relieving me there is no doubt and it is my intention to obtain another bottle For sale by Chas C Davis The rail 93d operating in Tennessee will fight the order of the Railroad Commission fixiig passenger rates at two and a half cents a mile The courts will be appealed to to COM USSIONEnS SALE ROCKCASTLE CHICUlT COURT Matilda Cooper I pill vs r Judgment W H Rich r Deft By virtue of a judgment and RockcastleiDecember term term thereof 1907 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Hockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of Janu ary 19u8 between the hours of 9 oclock a in and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of six months the following describ duproperty to wiLt One saw mill with boiler and engine attached with all saws and belts belonging thereto For the purchase price the purchaser must execufe bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from clay of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms Gv S GRIFFIN GR cc HIGHER HEALTH LEVEL I have reached a higher health leVel since 1 began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach Hverand bowels working just right If these pills disapiint you on trialm tieywiU be re funded at Chas CtlJaffs drug store 25C fi v jL CONWAY The petition sent here for a pardon for Caleb Powers has been signed by most eVry one in this section regardless of politicsIt looks like the wav the supervisors raised taxes in this district they must have thought OK or a gold mine was not far off Mr Chamb ers OldhamtheaccOTiod iting clerk for the Round Stone Lumber Co hrre and Miss Mamie Junes of Mt Vernon were married in Barbors ville on 15 inst The happy couple took abridle trip to Cincin nati They have returned and are making arrangements to go to housekeeping m the J H Sigmon property We wish the young couple a long and prospereus life D C Pullins while out hunting this week killed a rabbit as white as snow it is the tirst wild white rabbit ever found in this part of the woods IMr J C Wood has sold his interest in the Hart farm to Mr Ham Dalton for 65000 Mr Dalton will move to the farm in a short while and begin farm work Mr A W Stewart 4f Wildie passed through here this week moving to his new farm in Madison county near KirksvilleMr U S Berry has taken the job of repair work to be done on the public school house here A good many resolutions die of heart failure A big shingle often hides a mighty small business No man possesses more religion than be practices When men say our faults they usually mean yours When fear gets into the pulpit faith goes out of the pews You cannot enjoy riches until your happiness is indeoendent of themSmilesheip but it often takes sweat and teaxs to keep life sun shinySCOMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTSE CIRCUIT COURT Ellen N Brown William Brown IV D Payne Henry C Payne Mary C Cash Steve Cash Bessie L Cummins Mitchell Cummins and Joseph S Payne Puffs vs Judgment Addie J Sowder Milt Sowder Sallie V Cummins Asher Cummins and Sarah E PayneBy of a judgmaut and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court ren 1907Ifront door of the courthouse in Mt Ver non Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of Janu ary 1908 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of 6 months the following described property towittSA tract of land bounded as follows Lying and being in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of West Skeggs creek Beginning at a blackoack on the east side of Somerset road and at or near where an apple tree stood near a grave yard thence with Somerset road N 36 F 73 poles to the Lewis north gate post thence N 83 E 76 poles to a stake in road thence Ns6j E 12 poles to a stake in said road thence N II E 14 poles to stake in said road thence S 78 E aIpoles thence S 41M V 54 poles with Betlmrums line S 8tE 78 poles a stone set up in a hickory stump with several pointers Bethurum and Levisays corner thence with Bethurums lines 35 W 155M poles to a gum and fallen poplarthencegum pointers thence a Ij 4 W 23 poles to a stake thence S 63sV7 at 33Yz poles pass a chestnut oak marked as cor ner in all 41 M poles to a stone pile pointersthencening tcontaining 127 acres the same more or less For the purchase price the purchaser etybearinguntil paid and having the force and effect preparedtoG S GRIFFIN M CR c c CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A SAFE MEDICINE FOR- CHILDREN In buying coUgh medicine for children never be afraid to buy RemedyThererelief is always sure to follow It is intended especially for coughs cols croup and whooping cough and there is no better medicine in the world for these diseases It is croupbutcroup cough appears will prevent the attack Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed It contains no opium or other harmful drugs and maj Le given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Chas G Davis V V GRIFFINS MILL Did you all notice what a pretty clear day last Saturday was- There is plenty of news in this part of the vineyard if ye writer had time to gather it but you see how it is it keeps me bufrcutting stove wood for Cinda Bro farmer are you measuring yourself by the busy enterprising all the year around laborers or bythe man who works through April Mayand June Did you find anything to do last week while it was showing and yet not expose your health Well lets not let the panic scare us and cause us to sit down and talk about hard times lets just keep right on tilling the soil in a systematic way and the government wheels will resume their usual revolutions as beforeParents do youwant your children to have a book education along with their common euse The answer Why certainly I do for I can see where I missed it by not going to school when I was a child and yet we are letting our children miss it too We say we have to work our children in the falland will send them this wintei but when winter comes we say the weather is to bad or we are not able financially to send them but is never too bad for them to rabbit hunt or otherwise expose themselves worse than going to and from school and the money spent foolishly wculd pay the tuition Is there any widows or orphans in your neighborhood If so rea d James 127 and learn your duty The little five year old daughter of Will Ping of this place was burned to death Thursday Jan 16 A natural death is bad enough but an incident like this is still more deplorable The heart broken parents have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood Coleman Braughton of Somerset will move into ourvicinity in the near future We welcoiiife all good people in our mistW H l2jess contemplates going to Hoosier about the 1st ofmarchW L Cummins of Mt Vernon passd through last Saturday enroute to Riddles Roller mill Logan Ping of Pulaski Co mkes his regular visits to this neighborhood each Sunday Cal McClure and family visited at W H Cresss Saturday night SundayUncle John Hurst is stillable to visit among his children and also fill his place at church and Sunday School Charlev Latham the hustling stock trader ot near Plato passed through last week and reported business a little dull just nowJohn Cummins betttr known as trader sold to Mrs Mary Brown t colt for szBeatty and Albright also Riddle and sons are doing a thriving business with their Roller mills Joseph Hasty son of J L Hasty who has been making his home in Kan for some years is visiting home folks at this placeJoe Brown is spending most of his time between the plow handles Joe says winter plowing helps to make a full corn crib But it seems like Im nearly always too busy to plowFeed your cows a gallon of wheat braoand shelled corn twice a day and you wont have to buy so much coffee but wait a moment frrgot to coun t the cost of the shelled corn and brandMiss Mabelle Cummins has returned from a two weeks visit at Mt Vernon Ye writer was shaking hands with his many friends in Mt VeAnon last Tues day The New Year has passed 18 of her mile posts out of the 366 Has there been any New Year pledges broken yetJohn Kincer one of Rbckcastles best teachers was in onl1mportant teachers would get up an educational column for the Signal interestIinEverybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With kissy places on her neck and dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her CASCASWEET now snes well again Sold by Chas C Davis 04 1OBX4Bears th miUteIel A Boudit LADIES ff Just received a shipment Our stock is new again BLACK TAN and X a BRO WNat 5 to 10 Are the best bargains in the county Come and see them before you buy elesewhere OVERCOATS7Y fnldaUlt1ess brand from 4 to 10 The best in theland w t I SWTS Tli6 famous Lion Brand is the best on the market We sell them ever day in any colcr from 5 to 15 in men and boys sizes ft SHOES 1 iw The WALKOVER Shoes are known the world over as the best Also the Amercin Gentleman and the American Lady are the best for wear and styleSI RUBBERS iM cyclone Rubbers and Felt Boots t i Phone 87 t IFT KRUEGER J SoPi I Mi Vernon Kentucky fr ydxx j I STSAlf1I have about 100 pairs of the best Shoes and Rub J Clothingcas to eliminate these from lines ffom busi- nessCALICOES I aleo have a large assortment of calicoes at 5 and 6 cent per yard If you need anything in these lines it willcertainly pay you to see our line before you buy FLASHER WEST MAIN STREET j33E3 33cCOMrtIISSIONERSSALEROCICCASSLE Josapliine Perciful ElbertW Perciful and Lula Barnes Plaintiffs- vs Judgment Mary Ann Hansel William Alexander Perciful Bradley Perciful Leonard Per ciful McKinley Perciful and Sherman Alvin Perciful r Defendants By virtueofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at theD ecember term thereof 1907 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction betweenip m county on a ci edit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Kentucky on the waters of Round stone creek being in two tracts and adjoining and bounded and described as ollowsFirst Tract Beginning at a chestnut by the side of the coun ty road leading from Pleasant Valley or Cove Station to Mt Vernon Kentucky M J Cooks corner thence with the conuty road leading towar4 M t Vernon to a white oak corner to Davis and Whites 15 acre tract thence with their line to the old original line of the Myers survey at a hickory and bush thence east with said line to M J Cooks line at a sugar tree thence with the same to the beginning contain ingThirty8oo i wore or less 0 Establ 1887H JACKETS Second Tract Beginning at a stone a conditional corner with byWhis wife thence northwest to a chestnut by the side of the coun ty road an old corner of M J Cook thence south with the old line of M J Cook to a stone at the old Tram road in the old line theuce rather north eastwith the conditional line to the beginning so as to include two 2 acres more or less For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with approvedsurety bearing legal in terest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG S GRIFFIN M c R C c It is very important in fnct it is absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomache promptly at the first signs ot trouble which are belching gas nausea sour stomache headache ifrjtabilltty and nervousness These are warnings that the stomache has been mistreated it is demanding help from you Take something once in awhile pecially after meals something like KODOL for Dyspepsia and In digesticn It will enable your stomach to do its work properly Sold by Chas C Davis v Gov Wilson Saturday night made the following statement in connection with a reported inter view in Denver Col with Charles Finley the fugativefrom Kentucky in which Finley s quoted as saying that Gov Wilson had written to W S Taylor saying that he wonid write inviting him to return to Kentucky as soon as conditions here should quiet down sufficiently I have written nothing of the kind to Mr Taylor In fact I have never written to him since he left Kentuckv and I do not think I have ever written to him in mv life I certainly didnot write taat I would invite him to Ken tucky when things quieted down and Finley is simply mistaken ia his report stated I feel very keenly about these constent rumors the effect that I would deal with Ito outside of Kentucky as Mr Taylor is outside of it with cises still unsettled and I wish a stop could be put to such rumors as being altogether groundless and false WHY COLDS ARE DANGEROUSS if you would be immune from healthyEachconstitution and rentiers infectious diseases more liable Chamber cureIsystem to its normal condition For sale by Chas C Divis President Roosevelt has decided to obtain expert information re guarding certain questions of chemistry involved in the application of the pure food law He has written to the presidents of Yale John Hopkins Northwestern Uui versity of California requesting themto submit to him the names z of several practical scientists from which he proposes to select juboard of five to considerthe regulations which have been made bythe De partment of Agriculture geDeWittsSalve It is good for 1i ttle or bi cuts boils br hruises andi especially recona m enD lor piles Sold by Chas G Pav i jv i j5 t 4 i ff 1IIIi Mf VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan 24 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of th Republican party We ftre authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the action of the Republican party EACH succeeding day brings ex Gov Beckhara just a unit further from his coveted goal the U S Seuatorship The bitter opposi tion to him is indeed far beyond what a few weeks ago his most bitter enemies would have claimed From every county in the Sta ames the War cry down with the Haly Brown Beckham ma chine and it is safe to say that mo than seventyfive per cent of the Democrats of the State are joining in this cry While on the other hind this attitude of the Demo crats does not furnish any hpe for the Republicans and should not foi between Beckham and Bradle we say give us the lesser of the two evils which would be Beck ham every day in the week with Sunday added for good count We admire the six Democrats who have the courage to stand for what they believe to be the best inter est of the Democratic part the party which we love because ol the principles which it advocates as 4 promulgated by that great chief ot chieftains William Jennings Bry anThe loss of the State last November to the Republicans is evidence that there was something rotten in Denmark and Judge Hager for whom we all fought said in the lobby of the Old Inn on the night of the election Beckham you caused it We find no fault with those whc stand for Beckham likewise hi followers should be slow to cen ture those who have the courage tc come forward at this crucial period and proclaim their opposition tc the one man power as against the whole party Those who saJ down with Beckham do so foi their love for the party which in time will receive the plaudit of every Democrat in the State save the few whose coffers will be come diminished by season of the dethronement STATE Superintendent of Public Printing J W Hedden has been instructed by Gvernor Wilso to have new checks and documents made for use with the picture of Henry Clay on them where tht likeness of William Goeble had ap peared before The checks of the 0mmonwealth issued by the State Treasurer have borne the picture of Goebel for almost eight f years w Jn giving Superiptendent lied q en this instruction Governor Vilson said that he hoped bis action would not be construed at partisan as he claimed to hwe no feeling in tbe matter at all He said that there had been too much factioual and political strife in Kentucky and insofar as it lay within his power he proposed to eliminate from the States business every source and trace or reminder of that strife and turmoil Since the charge removing Gov Gobies picture came so quickly after Gov Wilson took his seat it will be hard to reconcile in the minds of allas being purely a 0friendly act Ex Gov Beckham is quoted as favoring the election of Richard W Knott Editor ot Evening Post as U S Senator should he see that his election is impossible The Peoples Bank is having plans drawn for a uew brick or concrete building Work of tear ing down old building will begiu at linearly date DEADLOCK ALL SET Extra Rivets Have Apparently Been Applied to Kentucky Sena torial Situation MAY HOLD ALL THROUGH SESSION The Six AntlBeckham Legislators Show No Sign of Receding From the Position They Have Assumed From the StartIn the Meantime All Leg islation Being More or Less Neg lected Interesting Notes From Our Correspondent at the State Capital Frandfort Ky Jau 2iThe pre dicted and expected deadlock in the race for United States senator Is now a certainty and It may continue till the end of the legislative session Since the balloting began on Jan 14 all the Republican members of the leg islature have steadily voted for their nominee former Governor W O Brad ley while six Democrats have declin ed to vote for their nominee former J 0T BECKHAM Governor J C W Beckham That is the situation in a nutshell and of course there is all sorts of speculation as to the probable outcome but as a matter of fact no one knows what the result will be A dark horse may win any day or the election may go over till the next legislature and mean while all legislation will be neglected If the senatorial race could be set tled next week there would be a pretty bit of fencing over the proposed tern perance legislation Senator Rives of Christian has already Introduced two important temperance bills that will be fought bitterly by the liquor interests The first bill is one to make the county unit local option law apply to every county in the state whether the county contains a city of the first second third or fourth class or not The second bill is more sweeping than the first for it proposes to give the people a chance to vote on an amendment to the constitution which will permit the whole state to vote wet or dry as was done In Georgia and other Southern states Only two proposed amendments to the constitution can be voted on at any one election and as more than a half dozen bills propos ing a vote on as many amendments are already pending it will be a race as to which will be the lucky two to get to the people This may hamper the chances of the state prohibition bill from being passed as the friends of other measures will work for their own pet measures a The fight to put the American To bacco company known as the tobacc trust out of business in Kentucky hap already begun in the legislature Rep resentative Crecelius of Pendleton ocunty has introduced a bill which makes it unlawful for that company or any other trust or combine of its kind to do business in Kentucky If the trust violates the provisions of the bU Ithe amount of the fine inflicted will be unlimited as it is left to the discretion of the jury trying the case The bill also seeks to prevent the agents or buyers of the trust from purchasing tobacco in the state as a fine of 5000 and imprisonment for one year is pro vided for such offense Mr Crecelius also Introduced a bill providing a penalty for anyone who shall break his contract to pool his tobacco or other crop It is understood that the American Tobacco company has several in fluential agents Jn Frankfort who wll make every effort to have these bills legislaturepassed An effort will be made at this ses sion to reduce the rate of state taxa tion from 50 cents on the 100 to 42i RepresentativGus already prepared such a bill In ad dition to the proposed reduction in the rate the bill proposes to abolish tl1 willfixRS the final day upon which taxes can taxpayerstwoas the last day under the present law is Nov 1 The Richardson bill also proposes to change the manner of tax Jn dogs by placing dogs on the same footing as horses and other livestock which are classed as proparty so if a ao It DOES THE BUSINESS Mr E Charnbexlain of Union Main says of Buckhns rnica SaheHIt does the Cosiness I have used it for piles nd it cured them Used it Jorl chapped hands and it cured thtm Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without lea 11w a soar D1VS1thugieWIflS SALVE CARBULIZED WITC HAZEL For Plica Burns Sorea nan owns a 50 dog he must pay the same tax on the dog that he pays ot- a 50 horse There is so much preju dice against any sort of a dogtax how ever that It is hardly probable that this feature will be adopted though it seems assured that the taxrate will be reduced unless the senatorial fight c feats all important legislation countyIconstitution that each bonafide house keeper shall have 350 worth of land dwelling or appurtenances exempt from taxation This will likely prove a very popular bill for what the aver age property owner Joves above everything else is to escape as much taxa tion as possible As a matter of fact though such a law woull greatly en courage thousands of renters to pur Chase homes At every session of the legislature from 600 to 900 bills are introduced and the author of each bill makes heap talk about his bil being the most important one of all for the peo pIe but as a rule not over one out of five of these bills ever gets beyond its second rrading and only about one 200Ibeing as follows Bill making it a penitentiary o3enss to kill fish with dynamite or other ex plosive Bill requiring railroads to carry adult passengers at two cents per mile and one cent per mile for children un der twelve years of age Bill to repeal the registration law so far as it applies to fifth and sixth class towns Bill providing that proparty of non residents in the hands of a trust com pany or trustee shall pay taxes at the home of the owner and not at the home of the trustee- Billapproprlating 75000 for the establishment and maintenance of a state tuberculosis sanatorium Bill appropriating 460000 to com plcte and furnish the new statehouse aid 00000 for a new mansion for the governor Bill to prohibit the playing of base ball on Sunday Bill to add the words manufactured articles and fire insurance premium rates to the statute on pools trusts and conspjacies Bill repealing the law requiring reg- Istration certificates to be issued Bill to prohibit the use of paris green or other poisons on growing tQ bacco and to regulate the sale of paris to prohibit the dealing in fu tures or on margins on stocks and bonds Aimed to kill the bucket slioi evilBill making an assignment of wages or salary illegal unless accepted du wrIting by theemployer r vi Jill creating county boards of educa tion with power to build aud maintain schoolhousps and employ teachers Bill providing for heavy fines for the operation of poolrooms and prohibiting telephone and telegraph companies from furnishing them information as to horse races Bill to prevent the manufacture and sale of impure or deleterious foods or drugs in this state Bill to create a board of bank exam iners and providing for a periodical examination of all state banks Bill to prohibit betting in any form on the racetracks in this state Bill to amend the insurance laws so that fire insurance companies may lr organized with 50000 capital stoc This is done to permit smaller com panies to organize to take the insur ance on tobacco that has recently been cancelled by the big Eastern compa niesBill to allow pay to jurors who are summoned but not accepted on the panel Bill to increase the salary of circuit judges to OOOIBill thejelectrocution the penitentiaries Bill permitting farmers to pool their employIcrops them Bill to prevent the importation of strikebreakers into this state Of course ail the authors of th above bills are busy electioneering with other legislat9rs trying to pledge enough votes to rass his pet bill and there are lots of disinterested lobby ists on hand to boost certain bills and to delay and defeat others but these politicians promises are of the piE crust variety easily broken and passithorof which reminded a legislator who has had some experienceof an apt story He said his sister was trying negrotheputtinglimand the little negro lad asver d very well telling her that Samson vas the strongest man Methuselah the oldest man and finally she asked WashingtonYou bout him Miss Lucy he replied Well I will tell you now He was the man who could not tell a lie said Miss Lucy The little negro scratched his head for a minute as if puzzled and then asked Miss Lucy whut wuz de matter wId him 1IDo yu have backache occasion a11y or stitches in the side a d sometimes do vou feelall tired out without ambition and without energy Ifso your kidneys are outof order Take De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills They promptly relieve backache weak back inflamation of the bladder and weak kidneys Sold by Chas C Davis MMSHIDHEKUKE 1IakmMIr d LMw KIlst iiO r i ggz ct CCI D f i4r Ji r 3cI t n 1BARaAINsi t 1i A Talks Loudrc I have a fine line of General Merchandise and f ofcourse the old way of yings is passed but if you want a bargain In Shoes Hats Rubber DressI cornelILash must accompany your order V Goods are cheaper than ever Yours for trade Si i I1 S2 C t GT JOHNSON O K Opposite CourtHouse BARGAINS3E- E 3cjtc 3CDC C x i Tlie esteemed cost ofthe Panama Canlilihl climbing It has success j vd5v jumped from too 000000 to i3Oooodo n 2io0ocpopQ end 250000000 roy Coi rGnetrels chairman of the Isthmian Canal Cotnniissior tnd chief engineer of construction tels the House Committee on Interst ite and Foreign Commerce that his estimate of 250000000 lid not include the 4 oooooo purchase price paid by the United States to tbe Panama Canal Co nor the 10000000 similarly paid to the Republic of Panama there fore the actual total computed cost would be 3 10000000 If a cough once geta into ypui 5 stem it actson every muscle and fibre of thebody and makes you ache all over It especially effects the intestines anti makes you constipated so in order to get rif of a cold thorougbly and witiuul delay you should nut take aq thing thatViil tend to constipate Kennedys Laxative Cough Sri3j acts upon the bowels and therein drives the cold out of the sysr m It contains no opiates it is pleas tint is highly re com men pd for children Stic by Chas C Davis = Druggist Takes His Own Fi1 dicine The man who sells remedies for most of the human ills and hears day after day usedthesethe superior from the inferior and when the time comes that he has to de cide on which remedy he will take he of course selects the one he Has heard opinioncoupled thatthethe field Cityjyears and when finally be himself to hesitancyJaPepsinNowhighopinionofLexington goingonhasbeenanydrurgistconstipationdyspepsiadiarrhea jaundice and other liver troubles whether the disease Is In an Infant child woman or man It Is the best family laxative It Is gentle and proprietorsguaranteeresults to be expected Usually one or two forthebetterBuyabottleFREE TEST r STORE otakeand Thbteiwteblng to try Or wells Syrep buy syaddressing thosevhosymptoms stomach or disease yet most for children THEPUBUO oroevotbearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 11 taUwtll Bldf MiitIeshf Jil Sold by CHAS C iIAiS The first hill day in tbe Ken tucky House brought out 113 measures proposing new legislation on many subjects Several of the bills are for the purpose of repealing the dog tux law one ex tends the county unit law to every county two fix tax rate at forty two cents one prohibits by name the American Tobacco Company and the American snuff Company rrom doing business in the State of Kentucky one is aimed pt loan sHarks one limits the number of racing days in a year at one race track several are intended to put poolrooms out of business aud many refer to taxation Repre sentative Cleves Kinkead intro duced the greatest number of bills ICASTORAFor Infants and Children huh Kind You Have Always Boiigi Bears the- inature of ct Nonlchl hae on hindat a times flour and hip tl1ff from th John Riddle Roller Mill flour th hest 2 6n per bundled shipstuf 40 per hunded deliveredan where in town Jan 1731 W H BROWN Phone 67 r Mt Vernon Kv FARM FOR sALEI desire to sell my farm of 314 acres neai Conway ard if sold at once v II offier to great bargains iu iu 15 acres of the fatal is perfectly len awd 150 acres in a sae of cult va1 ion well Water dgood build ings including bard and otlii outbuildings convenient to school post office and church and in ori of the best neighborhoods in th county A bargain for amy ore wanttnga first class farm Addres J A WOOD Jae 4th 3t Orlando Ky Kodol For- indigestion CouponIIf after usIng twothirds of a Jroo bottle otKodol you can honestlr say it has not benofiled you we will refund your money Try andsignyoureturnmedicine to the dealer from whom you boughtit and we will refund your money Town State Sin here Cut This Out Digests What YouEat Makes the Stomach Sweet SC D WITT CQf Chicago SO I WIWI I iiv ff 6 f w Greaf Reduction In order to make room for my Spring stock of goods Iwill ofter for sale for the NEXT 30 4fV M fms and Hoys Suite O dd fl IIIlAllmust go regardless of price tII All goode this year cash or produce Yours m It A C HI ATT III HI ATT ri KENTUCKY rConvenience of the Savings Account tiMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent in avoidjirately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds thatare theIv X reguJarW you will call at the bank X THE BANK OF iVIX VERNONr INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY cxbdcy15 1JftYttt1 t1YtittittttttttftJlft tttttttttttt tttttt ittJ T VERNON CEET CD I IPRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS H FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3 AN- DEMIRLMERS irS Mt Vernon KY Hs e COUCH METALIC CASKETS = E Coffins and Robes = otE3 Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points T EA B FURNISH W H KRUEGERIE Pnone Proprietors nU1U1111 111111111111111 11Ul 11 Ul1111Ul11111 111111 U111 lUU1Ul1U r f VERNON SIGNAL IMVERNON KY Jan 24 1908 I 79 Cull up No 79 whenyou w ant to Cum munionto with SIGNAL 79 8 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second ctaa nail nrItt- er1EI1S0NAL Will Coxs children have whoop coughMrs Smith is at Stanford nursing a typhoid fever patient- D Bryant L N conductor spent a few hours here Tuesday George Proctor was visiting in Rowland first of the week Dr A G Lovell is suffering from a severe attack of lumbago Victor Tate is able to be out again after severe attack of two weeksA V Stewart was here Wed nes day winding up some business mattersWill Fish and S B McKenzie were in Louisville a couple of days this week W M Owens and H L Delph were pleasant callers at this office Wednesday Mrs Jane Bloomer is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Matilda Houk James I White was up from Stanford Tuesday mixing and mingling with his many friends Judge Chesnalt was over from Richmond Wednesday pleading his cause before the board of supervisors Dr R H Lewis was over from Wildie Wednesday and told us he had sold his property at that place toM Hayes W G McBee one of Rockcastles foremost young men entered Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond Tuesday Hon W A B Davis writes that things are gradually getting a little hotter at the capitol especially in the senatorial race Larry Welch left Monday for a drive to Scottsville Allen county He will visit the family of hits grandfather there whom he has never seen Mrs R B Mullins was called to Tennessee yesterday on account of the serious illness of her mother Mrs House who is suffering from a cancer on her arm Master John Jerrett son of Jailer and Mrs O V Jarrett who was so bad lev burned last week is improving and it is believed that he will now recover We are glad to know that Capt W H Spradlin who was taken so very sick at Stanford last week has recovered sufficiently to be moved to his home in Tennessee Mrs Nannie Harp received a message Tuesday from her hus band to join him in California She will leave at an early date He is now employed in naval ser viceWade Graves the hustlin manager of the Hansford Tele phone Co was here Wednesday He expects his wire and other supplies in today to construct the Brodhed exchange Frank Mullins and wife spent several days here with his parents Mr and Mrs H J Mullins while here he purchased the W B Smith prcperty in the White addition and will soon move to town- LOCAL I have for sale seveal good hcius es and lots in Livingston Add res Mrs Sue Mullins Livingston Ky FOR SALEA good wagon and team L T WELCH Mt Vernon Ky As many pepitions as there an post offices in the county ar being circulated for signers askin for the pardon of Caleb Powers STRAYED Blue and white spotted heiler head mostly blue soon be two years old Has been gone siace last July Liberal reward for her return or informa tion leading to h recovery i JfR REAMS Orlando Ky NEW PHONK No n9 S David Bryant on Buckeye road The Board of Supervisors met again this week this time to hear complaints and arguments why the raises made two weeks ago should not stand The Rockcastle Farmers Institute will convene in the Court house at i oclock tomorrow Jan 25th afternoon for the purpose of selectiug delegates to the Third Annual State Farmers Institute which will be held in Frankford Feb 4 5 and 6th President G S Griffin is very anxious that a goodly number of the farmers be presentWe attention to the an nouncement of Felix Bowman as a candidate for County Court Clerk which appears in the proper place in this issue Mr Bowman came to this county seven or eight years ago with his father I A Bowman and has since been engaged inI teaching being recognized as one of the foremost teachers in the countyThe residence of T D Mullins was destroyed by fire between 7 and 8 oclock yesterday morning In one room he hada small job printing outfit and it was in thiIroom that the fire originated of the boys had built a fire in the grate in this room a short time be fore it was discovered that the house was burning and it is sup posed that it must have caught from loose paper on the floor Most everything was saved except the printing press There wt s 51200 insurance Mr Mullins will rebuild as soon as possible SouTHARDDOiANMiss Virgie Dolan daughter ot Mr and Mrs James Dolan of Pine Hill and Mr J W Southard of Farlston were married Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs R A Welch Rev Jones of Exist Bernsladt perforine1 the ceremony The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and tilts Dolan and a charming young lad The groom a former Rockcastle boy is foreman of an extra gang dolts special work on the double tracking between Livingston and Corbin We extend to this happy young couple our very best wishes SattTH BRITTAIN When the news ws heralded over town la t Saturday umrningtbat Miss Btrular Smith daughter of W T Smith and Mr Ray Brittain had boarded the early train for Jellico to b married it came as quite a surprie to wavy although every one knew they were quite good friend They returned on the noon trainI andwere met DV the brides father who took them to his home when they will reside Mr Brittain whose home is in Somerset is a painter by trade and during his few months sojourn in Mt Vernon has made many friends who join us in hearty congratulations in winning such a splendid lifes com panion Mt Vernon Ky Jan 24 1908 To L W BethurumrjUdge of the Rockcastle County Court and Hon S D Lewis County Attorney o Rockcastle County You are here by notified that we will on Tues day the blh day of February 1908 at Frakfort Ky request the Ken tucky Board of Prison Commissjo ers to parole Lt vi Roberts who is now in the State prison for a period of six years on the charge of killing James Arnold Yours truly J E Riot ton Lewis Cooper We the undersigned L W Be thnrum Judge of the Rockcastle e Cotitv Court and S D Lewis Coutgof the above notice This the 24 day of January 1908 L W Bethurum J R C C S D Lewis County Atty Attest Lewis Cooper C C Wil liams 1908ToRockcastle County Court and Hon S D Lewis County Attorney of Rockcastle County You are herebj notified that we will on Tuesday the 4 day of February i9o8 at Frankforf Ky re quest the Kentucky State Board o parolHoraceSate prison fora periodof six ofki1lingJames Yours truly J E Norton Coopere BegCounty Court and S D Lewis County Attorney of Rockcasre County do hereby acknowledge service of the above notice This rgo8LS D Lewis County Atty COOpeCWilliams G i 1 v are ssa H eee1 eeee0eeeeeee0ieeeeeeeee1eeeeee r= eee ee eee0 Y0 ieNeeee e e e e e s e e n e e e a ecefJiI 5gIIte8accCG o f8fJ8aee8goa e oSoo- ea eo 0 s eo e asecas a Itie e F r 0 CIJ e- e I1eee Spring road purchases will Hat therefore should choice SHIELD bp ieGtJ OVERCOATSe iig e7 g The genuine Shield Brand garments with price sleeve receive credit gcfit g to remember that these are genuine values garment plain figures and them hear mak Iee ota ers set price deduct and that amount may select eat ee0 Ao I am showing the 209 iii swellest line of Neck 009 ll wear in the country Aiog of3 Es9 ftlIt fitltl-0AOOeeeeooeosunozNeeooooaeoaoooeooao ooeoe e 0 COO e 8 eeoo o ooe 5000 Rods Americau Field fence in stock W E PERKINS Orchard Ky FOR SALERhode island Red millets and cockerels Eggs in seas Also Mallard duck in season MRS W EDMISTON Crah Orchard Ky FOR SALEMy farm of 250 acres located at Maretburg 150 cres in cultivation of which 25 s well set in grass too acres in timber If sold before March ist will be soldat a bargain Address L E HOUK jan 24tf Maretburg Ky FOR SALEMy of 2 acres in the Eastern of the ounty 130 acres in cultivation acres of which is in Good buildings orchard vel watered and under good feuce Will sell at bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Wilhers Ky FARM FOR SALE for sale my of 103 acres one fourth west of Rouudstone 45 acres in cultivation balance timber Good lMand ise35 acres bottom and well set in grass jt sold before April 1st will be sold a bargain Address W B SIGMON Wildie Ky 1908ToRockcastle County Court and S D Lewis County Attorney Rockcastle County You are hereby notified that we will on Tuesday the of Feb refparoleJoeState prison fora period of two kilJingJamesYoure truly E Norton CooperWeBe thurum Judge of the Rookcastle LewisCountyCounty do hereby acknowledge service of the above notice 1908CS D Lewis County Attprney Witpia Up want to out allmy Winter Clothing to make room for my new stock whichwill soon be on the and in order to clear this department I offer 20 cent extra purchase privilege on all made during the next 30 days For example if you buy Shield Brandor aKantbebeat Suit I allow you credit of 2 with which you can pur chase pair of Shoes Furnishing goods or whatever you wish in my store for that amount I want to clear out my entire Fall and Winter Clothing Stockand am making this offer This is indeeda valuable opportunity which no man overlook Come early and get selection of KANTBEB1i ATand BRAND truly tailoredclothes and receive pair of 2 or 3 shoes etc free of charge the on the you 2 free flo I ask my trade each marked in number of the label on the sleeve You simply 20 per cent lgiveyou credit for on anything you An B980CA90889C ee Crab ro eggs farm 0 part 8 grass splendid I offer farm mile Station land Hon o 4 day T 1 clear per a a a a a hat a J a c Qe88S88eeOgQD eee oeDoeOD80IIO000n vTA Carson will put in a complete outfit for doing all kinds of pi iting His outfit is now on the road Watch for his announcement later Secretary Root has strongly urged upon Congress an appropriation of 50000 to enable the United States to be represented in the exposition to be opened at Quito August 10 next to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the independence of Ecuador The total vote on Tuesday in Senatofial race was Beckham 64 Bradley 62 McOreary 4 Black burn i and David W Baird i After the Republicans had depart ed upon request Mr Bryan talked to the Democrats in joint session and pleaded that they elect their nomineeThe of the New York Clearinghouse tanks for the past week shows that the banks hold 22635 473 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent re serve rule This is an increase o f 1655142 5 in the preortiJjnate cash reserve as compared with the previous week- Addressed to the six Democrats who have refused to vote for Beckham for senator a memorial ProminenDemocrats e t county arrived at Frankfort The Jessamine Democrats approve the course of the men standing out against Beckham More than onehalf of the loan certificates issued by the New York accordinfSaturdayAtstringency there were m circulation between the banks 74000000 worth of these certificates Texasehas introduced bill providing that hereafter no special tax stamps shall be issued to retail dealers in spirituous vinous or malt liquors in any county town or city where the sale of such liquors is prohibited by the law of the State count or municipality in which the sal prohibition territory is situated and it shall be the duty of Collec tors of Internal Revenue to refuse to issue such special tax stamps to any person or persons firnior corporation within such prohibited territory Most evidence as to alleged initational conduct on the conduct on the part of the defendant was offered at the trial of Harry K Thaw the impressive witness being Abraham R Beck Mr Beck taught a select school of fifteen boys in Pennsylvania in 1881 and 1882 and young Thaw was one of his pupils Mr Beck described Thaw as a boy of ungovernable temper Be produced letter from Mr William Thaw the mother who said in it that she feared Harrys mind was unbalanced he was different from her other four childrenJohn R Walsh president ot the defunct Chicago National Bank was Saturday found guilty of mis appropriating the funds of that inrtitution The jury which had been considering the case since Thursday afternoon reached an agreement shortly after thre e oclock Saturday morning For mal motion tor a new trial was made by Attorney John g Miller and Judge Anderson set the hearing of the arguments for January 28 Walsh was allowed to remain at liberty on the same bond 50 ooo which had been given after his indictment by the federal jury A wreck on the Louisville and Nashville railroad near Bagdad in juredmany of the passengers Senator Nat Cureton of Louisville being the grealest sufferer Con ductor McNabb was also badly hurt On the train were many of the Regwere among those who were cut and bruised The entire train was derailed the coaches being turned on their sides R CLAYTON Watchmakerand er Secondd MT VERNON ICY OAZOEtEA tHItf A ItaKMYtialteiBAtarsMK t we Why do sell more Si Shoes than my com if ors Because Star Brand Shoes Are Beiier11 li oeeea9ooaeo9ooooeoeoo At the hearing of the contest of E S Howard Independent against Denver B Cornett Re publican considerable light was shown on the methods of the Re publicans in the mountains to secure their overwhelming ma jorities The district is composed of Bell Letchr Harlan and Leslie counties Howard alleges that his opponents election was se cured by fraud The frauds are alleged to have been committeed in Harlaii county where it is charged voters were imported from Virginia to vote for Cornett aud the State Republican ticket It is also alleged that one man who always took a pride in being the first voter at his precinct found when he was handed his ballot that it was number 106 Another charge made is that in one precinct thirty members of the Hensley family cast their ballots but the stub book disclosed that in addition to these thirtythree more Hensleys lead been dug up and voted FOR SALEHouse with two rooms and about ro acres lard north of Mt Vernon MARY A BAUOU dec 10 4t UNDERTAKER i W Our line of Couch ICaskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of the county All orders bywire fIlomlly filled W A COX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94S N coTs An LABEL 1 III yfit SHIELD L4f r 1 1ry iTA I ITSJi 8SKTo buy ctothes from a general vv appearance standpoint as all gradealook IT9SSAptJ To buy clothing with they Shield label as shown above attached to collar Theere taito also attached tocoatPsleeve ITS GUARANTEED roll SALE BY J A OLfVER L 1 ado Ky stonY is IA1 Hh ooooooo oo oooooo 0o Rapidchanges of temperature are hard 3 on the toughest constitution z The conductor passing from the liealfO g o inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature 0 0of the platformthe canvasser spending an 0 I hour or so in a heated building and then 0- t walking against a biting wind know the 1difficulty of avoiding cold gScolis Emulsion strengthens the i- o so it can better withstand the e- eo danger of cold from changes of temperature o 6 0 It will help you to avoid taking cold t0 SALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 4- 2N OO OOOO OOOOOOO OO Bv IVIETROPOLfTA THE BEST PLACE IN KOCKCASTLE TO BUY V Drucdioney Cictr Tobccop paint Oiland Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A SpeciaFfg S C DAVIS Prop PaNE No 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KY I 4 GRANVILLE OWENS I IUNERTAERI I Brodhead Ky I it i I FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS VIA IQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE I I Winter Tourist TicketsOn For information ana list of Fiotcla address I ThEl G KING G P 8 T A Ill Main St Lexington Ky GET RICH QUICK ISchemes of this class have again gullibleinvestors innocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh in mind it is an opportune moment to consider causes and means to xl avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cincinnati Enquirer From its columns one can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of allfitto States Government f Also Current News facts and reliable data covering the entire world till sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is tile secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people in every calling of lifeV The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1008 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include publicationsover half the regular Subscription ratesDo not overlook the fact that the t year lt08 promises to excel in pros prity any of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable ources ofinformationI Rardenfor rent to some man with small family Plare located between Pine Hill Sand Siuks Plenty of work JiipidyVtbe year round For particulars call onIVVJVMEADOWSPine Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled WITHOUT CHANGE 6 Sate Novemlcr 1st 1907 Returning May 31st 1908 II A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMAT1SM NeluraaKidney Kindred Diansava GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost in stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it in dissolvinsthefrom the D ISLAND or Brewtori Ga writes- I had been a sufferer for number of years IUdlegsrather from medical works and also consulted with a numlieroftllo best physicians but found nothing that gave the relief from practiceforrbauuiatiam DR C L GATES Hancock Minn writes wCakbadceaecdbycould not stand on her feet The moment they put her doruon the iioorbe tronld scream wit pains I treated her with 6DUOPSand today heIIt practiceFREE RheumatismLumbago Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE 5DROPS is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients Curse Doses310Of GOMPAHY k a IcpU 43 174 Lake Street CJiIcuzq =AGNTSWTiDTo take orders for household toilet and medical preparations en com mission We prepay freight and express Write for terms R D ilcCollom Co Richmond Ky TARc 0X i i o r i A vV LjMr and Mrs Eugene Rogers and i familv of Small visitedrelatives here last Saturday night and Sn i day Farmers are losing no spare moments to Arards miking a crop when the weather will permit Fred Walleu who has been work ing neir Miretburg wis wit lonu folksVTflQsday until Wcdn s diy James F Proctor visited V Brown and family Trrs yy nghtJohn Carson the black smith is kept bujy- Messrs Charlie Sowder and S F Proctor have been doing some carpenter work for f W Proctor n Quail Artie Burke of Marets bnrg visited relatives here Tuesdaj until VednesdlyThere is a great iecllofsicknes in this section John Rjbius of Brodhead was n this section Friday on business number of the young men were in from the raJroad Saturday ard Sunday Mrs Bill Delaney of Lincoln county visited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs James Lawrence of Small visited Charlie So Wder anr fin ily Sunday nigh Tart Proctor purchased a tew dassince a yoke of cattle from E A Herrin for 3CAndrew Long andwifeofPulaskj county visittc relatives here Sunday nightTas FL Barnett went tJ Shelby county a few days since on business J S Cash the hustling merchant seems to be having a splendid trade at present Grider Barnett of Shelb county is spending a few das will homefolks Mr and Mrs Irvin Long of Small visiteJ relative here Sunday nightJop Cdsh anr Miss Myrtle Brown the attractive daughter of Mr and Mis W R Brown ot this place were marrie Thursday The Rev James Cum mins officiated We extend tbs 3pl1lidVYOV1X coiple thi best wishes that their journe biongh life may be one of endles joy and properityJames White Stanford fhe insurance agent wa in this section and Quail Monday J W Brown visited hIS fatbei W Ii Bron Snuclay lastGilliV Cplstei of Bee Lick is conducting a very successful singing school ai Union church at this issue Eddit the little son of Mr and Mr Charlie Sowder is very sick witl something similar to scarlet fever Laswell and sons are dung n good business with their saw and grist millTart Proctor was ii Brodhead onday on business Mr P T Peace of Lincoln COUMJ visitel relatives heie Sunday John Demiey was in Btodhesr Mondi on businessMr and Mrs J B Sutton visited J W Brown and family Wednesday Rabbits are living hard in thi vicinity Wheat crop is lookii very well in this sec ionThw- ill be services at Providence Sin day at ahim I I a tit Hiran Thompson was in Brodhead Mon day on business SHAKE IN A BOTTLE Now is the time when the doctoi gts busy and the patent mediciwt manufacturers reap the harvest unless great care u taken to dress w irmly mi keep th feet dry This is the advice of an old emin nt outhority who says that Rheuma tsm and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Sy up Sarsapini Mix by shaking a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime Jut try this simple home made irxtme at the first sigh of Rheu natism or il our back aches or you fool Miv tie tjVtVCVre nut jut rLlitVTti s kratd to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is Iused hv tilicacidthe blood vhich the kidney fail to filter out ny one can easily prepare this at mall cost- Druggists in this town and tcinity whenshown the prescript on stated that they cm either uppy these ingredients T if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them Hon Harvey Helm our member of Congress has introduced a bill to carry into effect the findings of the Court of claims In the case of the Methodist church at Bryants yule in which findings the court 1 irar that Dandruffi There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair VigorV 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 healthyscalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimplesno eruptions- The best kind of atestimonial Sold for over sixty yearsV IA Made bys Ayer Co Lowell MallIAlso manufacturers ot uers PILLS 11 fAtf The Midwinter Term n Which is the rush term ipens January 21 Do you want to he a working tnit in the livliest most ambitious nthusiasticanjj professional buoy If teachers ever gathered together study in Eastern Kentucky If so see tour County Superin endant now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already done so and write he President qf the E K S N S or a catalog telling him what tudies you desireAddress R N Roark Richmond KyV A CURE FOR MISERY 1 have found a cure for tht misery malaria poison produces soys IL M James of Louellen S C CIts called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles I freaks up a case of chills or lilious attack in olmost no time and it puts yellow jaundice cleat ouv commission This grea tonic medicine and blood purifie gives quick relief in all tomach iver and kidney complaints am the misery of lame hack Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Mount Vemn Monumenta VORKSI 1M anufacturer ofane DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofat kinds Estimates furnished on application ff = ttewart Iron- tliFence alifetlmaIIIMvottwARr lROR4P It CINCINNATI O Orer ttsllia ot Iron Feces stows fa cstsJJI VIe prices will ssrprbe yea V CM Vii ace ra ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences GEORGE OWENS Propr WA CARSON PAWTER AN- DpAPERWV1NEF WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your orderVAll Work Guaranteed QUAIL A Eo Herrin is gradually grow iig weakerP H Shutts is talk ing of selling out and going back to OhioJ E Craig still eats and smokes as usualEld Ma rtin Owens has aimost U st his mind ad is almost peechlessJohn Wi Stringer and site have been visit ing relatives near Kriger The farmlrs are getting very busy turning the sodUncle Stephen Elder who has been seriously sick is upon footagain- W H Brown of Preachesville was through this section first of Ihe week on businissMrs Mc Brown has been spending a few das the guest of her mother Mrs Mahala Carson at Livingston G W Parsons left for Livingston S mday where he will reside with his soninlaw J H Walton J W Proctor is getting alonsj sjlendid with his new dwelling Mrs George Walker is on the sick listJames Thompson who was shot by Jeff Dowel about a year ago is somewhat improved Jacob Elder of Brodhead was out in this part Suuday Wm Taylor will soon have his new dwelling completedA Mr Sowder of Indiana is giving the people of South Quail a nice inter graphaphoneIMiss numbered among the sick but isI better at this issueLincoln Stringer and wife spent Saturday night with Mrs Jane Logsdon and familyThere will be services at Providence Sunday conducted by J 14DavisAunt Louisa Reynolds is very sick at this issue Stephen and David Elder were in Brodhead Monday on business Moris Taylor is on the matrimonial listMiss Docie Reynolds who has been an invalid for nearly fifteen years still remains very feeble Elmer Scott and Melvin Owens contemplates going west this spring Cleo Wheeldo ofO K called on one of Quails fairest belles Sunday latP Q Griffin one of our hustling mer chants is doing a good business at his plaeVm Owens one of our most substantial farmers says he will soon be done gathering cornVWHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieAed If you Joubt this just try one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm It may not give YOU relief from pain hut will make rest and sleep possib and that certainly means a great deal to anyone afflicted with rheumatism For aale by Chas C Davis R W DYO- HENIrIVPrB MT VERNON KY Office in old brick opp site Courthouse- All Work Guaranteed Satisfac t yCrown and Bridge Work a SpecialtyV jrodhead Marble Wor1c BODHEAD KY Granite aid Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS DentistMt f I Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old WiIlhams C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT KY eeOFFICE On ard floor oi The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsVPhone No 80 3 C McCLARY Undertaker EmbafrnerV Com lete FirstClass VERNON LINE of Gaskets Robes CV Orders by Telephone attended promptlyV Stanford KyVV t IkVAVfegetable Preparationfor sin lating UicFoodnndBegula llngthStamachsandBowelsofPromotes ness and ne tContains neither OpiumMojpjtfne nor fiiieral NOT NAn OTICJ- aeofoldJ2rs4ftzF2Pnr1Fn ii Seul jflxSenna Salts wZt o flV pallonWorms Convulsions Feverish 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found in Wine of Cardui golden medicine for all my ills and can recommend it above all others for female Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache headache periodical pains irregular painful or unhealthy cata menial flow and all ailments from which sick women suffer A perfect tonic for delicate women A pure vegetable medicine girls and women who are subject to the complaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited over million who used to suffer as you do At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER describing fully your symptoms and send you Free Advice LtdlesAdvisoryMedicine Co CInttanOOgaVTenn 7VVVVVi- 1AsEAV and Bought I SignatureJ to Mt I Odessa for and I a for a all we J9 WINE OF IUse McKENZiE ifv complaintsV CAROUI 1 fo t