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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i t j lr Y vn VOLUME XI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 8 1908 NUMBER 38 I IiTaIAN- DTALKSi LOUD f Dont forget your cash as these are cash pricesLFor the next 30 days rfl veil sell all ctsisot H 39cts i 100 cc7a cts 1 50 110 MENS Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now 900 I Suits worth 800 now 650 1 550I1 i Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS f L Suits from 80 cents to 2 I Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 cents I Prices on Shoes the same as Bother goods Come while a 9 they last j Dont forget the Cash I SKIRTS 1 A lot of Ladies Skirts were j l 3 to 4now i5o to 250 a great bargain I RUBBERS j A fine lot of new Rubbers fresh from the at cut isizoIprIcei A lot of Linoliuni Carpetand j RugS i- I COME NOW IGTJOHNSON J SO K STORE Mt Vernon Ky Fridayuunt tnniEstablished 0 LIVINGSTO R A Sparks of Mt Vernon was oflWednesdayV family of Ohio are visiting MrsI Havers mother and sister Mrs J R OrndorfF and Mrs Hagan Mrs H D Magee has been spend ing a week In Lui ille with her parents Mr and Mrs A N Bent ly and sisters Mrs Satterfield and Mrs Webb H W Bowman has returned after a pleasant stay of ten days in the Blue Grass where he went on business Mrs J R Carter and family have returned after a pleasant visit to relatives and and friends in Nashville Mrs Carters father Dad Brewer also came backMrs Mahala Carson whom we reported as being very sick at the home of her son in Jelli co was brought home to her daugh ter Mrs Sue Mullins this week eriljus Mrs R J Lem ons returned to her home here Sat urday after spending some weeks in Louisville with relatives and friends Aunt Ann Owens has returned from a lengthy visit to her daugh ter Mrs W D Griffin in Jellico John Griffin and wife of Jellico are visiting relatives at this place Traveling salesman J T Wyatt of Corbin was with us this week r Miss Annie Fishback who has been attending school at Lexing toa the past session has come vaeationMrsrcoln county this weekThere is a very dangerous thing being practiced in the railroad yards at this place There are quite a number of boys ranging in age from seven to sixteen years who are continu ally jumping on and off trains while moving in yards aud it is only a matter of a short time before some of them will be instantly killed or will be wearing a peg leg Where are our officers that they dont en force this clause of their ordinance H C Lee is here again this week Hairy used to spend all of his leasure time here but not so now He has changed his headquarters to Crab Orchard We wonder whyJohn Argenbright f wife and baby are spending a week with relatives at this place The Fishing Club came in yesterday but I havent heard any of them f tell their experience yet as to the largest fish caught but I am satis f ficd there were several good sized suckers caught Messrs F f Russel James Reader and Jame- Collierl all traveling men were here f Friday Mrs Kate Magee return ed to her home in Crab Orchard f Mrs Browning is able to be againMrs E L Cockrell i slowly improvingWe are infortn ed that we have a case of smallpox in town but in a very light 1 form and the patient is gettin f along nicely IT REACHED THE SPOT t Mr E Humphrey who owns I large general store at Omega 0 and is president ot the Adams v County Telephone Co as well as of the Home Telephone Co of Kingsli life once At least I think it did i It seemed to reach the spotthe conghwhenI i at Chas C Davis drug store guarantee Soc and one 100 Trial bottle free Ed Callahan was fatally wounded by brother inlaw John Spicer at Callahan store on Longs Creek Brea thitt county and Spicer was in turn shot and killed by Calla hans lyyearold son as a result of a quarrel between Callahan and Spicer Spicer was a brother of Mrs Callahan who is now separa ted from her husband Callahan brought suit for divorse several months ago and this is supposed to have been the cause ot the trouble When the baby is cross and bas you worried and worn out you will findthat a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a shot t time Ihe ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by Ohas C Davis BltODHEAD G W Brooks of Williamsburg VifelAthis weekMr and Mrs W E Spraule have returned to their home in Paris after spending several days here with Mrs Spraule s parents Mr and Mrs F Francisco The ball game last Sunday Boo Boo too bad to report Leave it for Mt Vernon to do that Among those attending the races from here are M C and BE Albright and J W Hutchesoh Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson spent Sun day in Mt Vernon the guest of Mr and Mrs M B SalinRev A J Pike and John Robins attended the meeting of The Knights Templar at Lebanon last week Miss Emma Jones who has been the guest of Miss Eliza Pik e for several days has returned to her home in Boyle county Ben Pike has opened up a butcher shop here and keeps all kinds of fresh meat A great thing for our town Dr Gravely has begun a two sory business house on Main St O E Lawrence and John Newland of Lebanon Junction were in town Monday C R Pike of Knoxyille Tenn was at home last weekMrs J W Tate was in Richmond last week visitingA C Kidwell of Lebanon Junction was up Sunday to see one of our girls Uncle Tom Frith is numbered with our sick for this week We hope for him a rapid recovery Robert Hicks has purchased the Hoskins place on Copper Creek will move to it soonMrs Laura B Cable is able to be out again we are glad to sayMr and Mrs Watson and Rev A J Pike attended the funeral of Uncle Martin Owens at Providence last weekMiss Rosa Pise has returned home from London where she has been attending Sue Bennett Memorial schoolBrodhead can boast of having the whitest town in Ky since the ball game last Sunday as the White Rock Pickers white washed every fence in town J Thos Cherry M B Bowling J W Tate attended the races at Louisville Tuesday and Wednes dayMrs E B Newlandand children are visiting Mrs W L Howe at Richmond GOOD WORDS FOR CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities RemedysMd writes I wish to tell you that Ican recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years remedysa e a Aboutmonthful cold myself but I took Chamber soongas as ever for sale by Chas C Davis Four men have been arrested in theaBallard County Bank at Bandana and the police are searching for a ritth who is believed to have gotten away with the money One of the men arrested is the telephone operator at Bandana who it is alleged played the part of a victim of the robbers THE WORLDS BEST CLIMATE- is not entirely free from disease on the highelevations fever prevail while on the lower level malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility tye most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervous ness and insomnia Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore Price Soc In a fight between Daniel White rnd James Biddy Fugate at the formers farm two miles above Jackson in Breathitt county Fugate was killedand White was wounded in the face with birdshot The men lived on adjoining farm and had been on unfriendly terms for some time OATORABean the aigaat9zet I 4 1 = We sell the famous LION BRAND eUOTHING I A great reduction in price v Now is the time to buy your Spring and Summer Suit v Mens Suits from 250 to 1500 w Boys Suits from 65 cts to 1000 i We have just received from the city 300000 of this cloth ing which will go out at a bargain oI YS TQUSE raS are the best We have in our store now over 5oo pair Efrom 1 to 5 They are made out of the best goods money can buy and are made to fit With this large assortment we can fit anyone also suit him in price When thinking of buying clothing you V had better come to us to save you money iPhone 87 i F KRUEGER SoLI x 1Mt Vernon Kentucky 3CSe3K3 jNEWS ITEMS Gen Roger Williams and troops left Cadiz Sunday and are now in camp at Hopkinsville Tobacco beds were destroyed in Mason county Ky and in Brown county 0 Saturday night Prince Wilhelm of Sweden and Grand Duchess Marie Pavliovna cousin of the Czar were married at Tsarkoe Selo Sunday The hearing of the appeal of the Standard Oil Company from the fine of 29240000 imposed bv judge Landis touk place in Chicago yesterdayIt announced at the George Gray bureau in Washington that Judge Grays interview at Pittsbnrg did not change the situation as far as his candidacy is concerned and that if he received the Dem ocratic nomination for the presidency would accept The detail of soldiers sent out from Marion with warrants for thirtytwo alleged night riders returned Monday with thirteen men arrested in Caldwell county The prisoners were accompanied by their attorney and arrange ments for bonds were made Herbert Knox Smith Commiss ioner of Corporations has submitted to the President a lengthy report on tbe New York and New Orleans cotton exchanges discuss ing the buying of futures and suggesting changes in the system o equalizing the grade delivered with the grade purchased CHRONIC CONSTIPATION lOne who suffers from chronic 1anyILaxative cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and Stimu restorings youIor gripe and is pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas C Davis r + r r sIttt1tt1t1t tttttYt tttt1t1ttttttt11t11 ISome Goods Af Cost I f mE Will offer some goods at Cost 3 Will sell Tens Suits at Cost rrs E Will sell Mens Underwear at Cost = Will sell Mens Dress Shirts at Cost 3E Will sell Ladies Skirts at Cost 3 And other articles too numerous to mention HJ- g Doing this to make room for my Spring and Sum Sj Emer line which will be in soon = J J STOKES woggs Creek 3- S Three miles South of Mt Vernon =w E P S Remember that in connection we have a gener Es =a1 blacksmith shop Wagon making andrepairing a = o SE specialty M 11111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111 111111111111111111 ORLANDO Rev Jones will fill his regular appointment here next Saturday and SundayMrs Joe Halson and sister of Blanche are visiting homefolks hereBorn to the wife of Ambross Rader a fine girl baby on last SaturdayMrs Da vid Laswell is numbered among the sick this weekMrs Flurry Bales of Corbin is visiting her mother Mrs Ester Mason at this place Mrs Delora Chandler is very low with consumption Mrs El bert Mason was taken to Rich mond Saturday to undergo an op eration Tbe Flat Rock Sunday school is progressing nicely Pray er meeting at McNews Chapel Saturday nightRev Williams has commenced the building of his new dwelling at this Owens the hustling placeJohnI erecting a new store placeJ M Laswell is on the sick list this week DeWitts Little Early Risers are small safe sure and gentle little pills Sold by Chas C Davis j j QUAIL Sheep sherring is the order of the day Mr David Proctor is kept busyElmer Scott andJMelvin Owens were in Somerset Saturday until Monday the guest of Henry Scott Misses Fannie Thompson and Hallie Brown of Preachersville were in our midst the week Mehin Owens is on the sick listMiss Lizzie Stringer has returned home from Brodhead Wedding bells are soon to ring Look out for Cleo WheeldonWill and Jacob Flder will close their singing school in Lincoln county SundayH G Sutton and J W Proetor our merchants are having a splendid trade J M Craig has been buy ing up hogs in this part at various prices SERIOUS RESULTS FEARED resultsfromand consumption starts withacold Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs or colds and prevents serious results Refuse subslit testt I + J rj Ai = Ho MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 8 1908 Published every Friday by IEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on I application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM J l ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BdwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party Exact figures are unattainable when it comes to enumerating the number of men now out of work in the entire country It may not v be as many as estimated by the Chicago RecordHerald Whether there are as many as a million men wholly out of work may be doubted But thtre is little question that the number is many hundreds of V thousands That it reaches more than a million if there are includ ed those whose wages have been materially reduced as the result of the present industri al depression admits of no doubt k This means a stupendous q amount of human suffering and privation It may be that many now out of work are not suffering I because they have money saved on i which they can live for a time It Iisgreatly to the credit of the American workingman that FO far there has been so little disturbance It proves that social stability in this country may be depended on so long as our working people are not subjected to too long a period of hard times Whenever the time comes that a temporary period of depression is lengthenedout into one of many months or possibly years that patience will be y exhausted and riots and bloodshed and a social upheaval of which no man can see the end is inevitable e f unless safeguarded against in the ways advocated in the Golden RuleEx TAFT carries everything in sight in Kentucky the Taft followers going rough shod over the Fair banks forces and compelling the 1 r latter n many places in the State to hold their rump conventions without which thev would have 1been without a semblance of repre sentation in the State Convention The Fairbanks men are claiming fraud in wholesale measures There are others besidts the Music Hall Convention which has been one of the great war cries for the Hast igbt years THE report sent out from Frankfort Wednesday that Caleb Powers and Jim Howard had been pardoned was a false alarm but it was a sure forerunner of what will be Powers and Howard will be pardoned and it will not be many flays No sane man has ever expected Gov Wilson to do any thing else but pardon them It is apart of his political duty andi the Governors past record shows that he has usually come to the front in doing the political stunts THE Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional district has declared the Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford the Democratic nomipee for Congress His record for the past two years has been clean and commendable in every particular and with the experience thus gathered he will be able to render most valuable service under that Democratic administration which is soon to cope and with William Jennings Bryan as the chief executive POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Former Lieui Gov W P Thome has announced his candidacy for delegate to the Democratic Convention from the venth district r V J Ir Democrats of Ohio met in convention Tuesday at Coin m uc Bryan was indorsed The credentials of Senatorqlect Bradley were presented to the Senate and ordered filed Alabama Congressmen have declined to lend aid to the move ment to boom Gov Johnson in that State Richard Croker in m interview- in Dublin last night denied a report that he was going New York to hormonize the Democratic differences in that State- Democratic conventions held- throughout Texas Monday very JIBryan or mpJonty- of the counties indorsed Senator Bailey for delegate at large The Taft men controlled the Republican district convention held in the Third Fourth Seventh Eighth Ninth and Tenth districts and instructed the delegates chosen to the national convention to vote for their candidate Gov Wilson is hard at work studying the records of the Powers and Howard cases and a decision on the applications for pardons is expected Thursday or Friday Rumor has it that the Governor will give both men their freedom In the Senate Wednesday Senator Foraker alluded to a report that Senator William Aden Smith had received from the President a letter in which the latter had announced his unchanged belief that the negro soldiers of the Twenty fifth Infantry had been guilty of shooting up Brownsville and he asked Mr Smith to produce the letter if it had been received Mr Smith did not deny the receipt of the letter but declined to make its contents public Upon motion of Senator Foraker the Senate Wednesday adopted a resolution calling upon the Inter state Commerce Commission to inform the Senate whether the commodity clause of the railroad rate law which went iuto effect May i is being enforcedand whether if it is not the failure to enforce is due to an agreement between the railroad companies and authorities that the companies shall have immunity from punish went s COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Ann PhillipsPlaintMtvs rs Sale G M Hamilton and Ada Ham ilton Defendants By virtue ofa judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circnit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the ront door of the courthouse in M t Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Mon day the 25th day of May 1908 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and four oclock P M being regular county court day on a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Rock crstle county Kentucky on the waters ofRounds tone creek known as a part of the Irvin tract which was purchased at Sale by Rf CommissionersII by said Elkin to and sold by said Hamilton to the defendant G M Htai ton on the roth day of April 1902 Said track is bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in J H Hamltons line thence S 94 poles to a popular in W H Jones line thence Ewith W H Jones line to a stake in McFarlands and Anthonys old line thence with said line N i W 88 28 100 poles to a stake in said line and in line ofj H Hamiltons thence W with said line 79 poles to the beginning containing 45 acres more or ess For the purchase price the purcbasei must execute bond with approved surety bearing in crest from date of sale until paid and having the fcrce and effect of a judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG S GRIFFIN Waster Commission Rockcasde Circuit Court PERSONAL fan person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brights diseas or diabetes Delay gives the disease a strong foothold and you shouldnotdelay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy Sold by Chas C DavisCASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always fought Bears the- lttRnature of COMMISSIONERS SALE IROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT J Childress George Childress Joe Childress Do na Langford Minnie Anderson and Rosa Wood Plaintiffs Vs Commissioners Sale W J Childress Guardian of Della Hayes Childless and Margie Child reps Defendant Ky virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer sale at the front door of the Courthouse in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest andbest bidder at public auction 1908between ularIThe real estate to be sold is bounded and described as follows Tract No 1A tract or parcelof land lying and being in the conuty of Rock castle State of Kentucky on the waters of Rounestone creek in Manloves valley beginIUingKirtley thence S75 V2o poles to a cedarstience N6s Wiyo poles to a Angunsthe water pours ovei square across the valley nearly an East course up the South hillside to a stake far enough to run a straight line to a black oak in the McCall line thence to the beginning corner and being the same tract purchased of David Laswell by J C Child ress Aug 17 iSSi The deed to same is ofrecord in the Clerks office of the Ruckcastle County Court in deed book P Page 395 Tract No 2Situated in the county and State aforesaid on the waters of Roundstone creek beginning on the North side of Roundstone on a black oak under a cedar cliff opposite a small drain that runds through the fieldnear the cross fence thence with the drain to the creek thence with the meanders of the creek and down same to New combs corner thence with the Newcomb aswelllandmore or less Said tract of land was purchased by J C Childress of William TheIin 17I page 232 Tract No 3Situated in the county and State aforesaid two shares of same being owned by John C Childress de ceased tile other two being owned by D N Williams and Stephen Langford cated on the waters of Roundstone creek and supposed to contain five acr s more or less beginning at a white oak about 30 or 40 poles east of a large cave spring mid on the cojne tree commencing aI survey by John Haley thence above the westerlyI BrownsIdown the branch crossing the same to a hickory on the southwest side of the branch thence a straight line down the branch to a large poplar thence across the branch and up the hill to a black oak marked thence aronnd the hill side under the ledge of rock to the beginning corner Said J C Childress pur chased the interest he holds to same of J L L McCall G O R McCalland E J McCall the 30 day of June 1883 The deed to same is recorded in the Clerks office aforesaid in deed book G page 198 Tract No 4Situated in the county and State aforesaid and bounded as fol lows peginning in the right of way of the L N R R near 1 walnut stump thence down with the old road to a black walnut tree near the gate thence a straight line to the creek thence up the creek against a large white walnut thence a straight line to the railroad right of way thence with said line to the beginning containing threefourths ofan acre more or less C Ghlldrass WIliaforesaid in deed book No 21 page 394 For purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bear- eng legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force andef fect ofa judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court HANSFORD Farmers are very far behind with their work on account of the bad weatherWe had a big frost last Friday morning but dot think it damaged anything very badly Last Friday night a week ij0 we had a water spout It wished land terribly Skeggs creek was higher than it has been for years It damaged the farmers a great dealEnock Hammock who has been sick for two years suffering with a cancer is very low and is not expected live long sickIiVc had a nice meeting at old Mt Pleasant Chrirch Saturday and Sunday conducted bv key Godby theie were three baptized Sunday two of the Vcinhook boys and Ott- oHatcherWe had a good meeting at Old Scaggs Creek Church Sundiy conducted by Revs J F Hamm and HurleyMrs Alice Graves wife of W H Graves visited hotnefolks this week Oscar Mullins better known as Red and J W Shelly came through this part buying all the scrub cattle they could findW- M Bullock is doing a good business E Bullock better known as Tub was afHansford Tuesday Victor Bullock the son of J J Bullock who has been very low with- measles is improving slowly g SPRAINS QUICKLY CURED Bathe the Darts freely with Chamberlains Pain Balm and them absolute rest and a cure is certain For sale by quickI 0 Davis 1 NAb S irE IUS Judge Ball of the Superior Coprt in Chicago decided that marriages made in Indiana within one yer after a divorce in nois cannot be recognized by the laws of Illinois Lima Peru iSitn excited by leports that a revolution is threatened Government troops have been sent out and persons suspected of complicity in the plot have been arrested A band of twenty five masked men visited four farmers in Bracken ounty John Sanders was nad to scrape his tobacco bed and was whipped until the blood came Another farmer vehicles were burnedAs result of Mondays proceed ings to secure the release of Harp Thaw from MaMeawan Insire Asvlum it was deeded that Thaw lall not beretufncci t the asum while the hearing isin progress but shall be cor fined in the Dutchess county jfil In accordance with opini ns rendered by the Attorney General requiting distilled spirits to be marked or branded with the names high wines alcohol or Spirits the Commissioner of In ternal Revenue with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury has promulgated modification of the regulations which go into effect July i next concerning the mark ing and bfandiug of packages of distilled spirits IThe Court of Appeals by a vote Chief Justice ORear not sitting sustained the constitutionality of the stattte exempting tbe sale ot pools and betting by the partimutuel system at racetrack from the provisions of the gambling act The court sustained the injunction of judge Kirby restraining the Louisville authorities from interfering with- lawfulwagers at Churchill Downs FOR SArEIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain one that you can run machinery over I have one that I dont need Call on mat Wildie Ky R H LEWIS FAIR DATES The following is a jjlist of Ken tuck Fair dates so far as reported Lancaster July 29 3 days Crab Orchard July 22 3 days BUODREAD August 12 3 days Barboursville Augut 19 3 days London August 26 4 days Druggist Takes His Own Medicine The man who sells remedies for most daythenowIinferior and when the time cqmes that he has to de cide on which remedy he will take he of course selects the one he Has heard opinioncoupled thatthethe field J M Hawkins a druggist of Mound City manyyearssuffer from stomach trouble he had no hesitancy wouldtakeMrHawkinsImdhelscuredI Druggist Kennedy of not very robust ofteq such troubles 50goln1on what his customers who had used n m haheenno better remedy on the shelf of any Caldwellsbiliousnessdiarrheawhether the disease is in an infant child woman or man andeffectiveandresultsdoss will bring about a complete change for bottiebottle so you can see what it will do for you FREE TEST Iwellsing nave a tree sample Done Stilt to their thattheremedytaken It for It any GentlestyetTHEPUBLICas SYRUP This burl purity guarantee Washington PEPSUJSYRUPCOiCaldwc1I lit Sold by CHAS C DAVIS UNDERTAKEROur Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire promply filled W A OQX Mt Vernon r Ky Phone 94S i 1WeDoctors If you are suffering impure blood thin fromI bility nervousness tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unless there is dally action of the bowels poisonous products are absorbed causing bead ache biliousness nausea dyspepsia and thus preventing the Sarsaparilla from doing its best work Ayers Pius are liver pills Act gently all vegetable IAWe Made byt C Ayer Co Lowen Xsl III Allo manutsoturerl or uershave no secrets We pubUlh the formulas of all our medicines COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT D G Clark Administrator of W G Clark Elizabeth Clark Granison Clark Gracie Lasvvell and Mary ClarkPlainuffav- s Commissioners Sale Lewis Clark Icie Gadd Lester Clark and Eva Clark Defendant By virture of a judgement and order oi sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1908 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 on Mon day the 25th day of May 1908 between the hours of 9 oclock A Mand 4 oclock P M being regular county court day on a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Rock castle county Kentucky on the waters of Roundstone creek and bounded as follows On the north by the lands of the Big Hill Coal Co on the east by the lands of Celia Clarkon the S by the lands of W J Chasteen on the W by the lands of Wesley Abney and Joe Ballinger and is the same tract of land bought by G W Clark from John Sm ith said deed is filed and made part of this action marked exhibi t A and is referred to for metes and bounds of the same For purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having tie force and effect of judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG GRIFFIN- M aster Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court neglectindications trouble that may result in Brights KidneyRemedyand strengthen these organs Take Foleys Kidney Remedy st the first sign of danger Sold by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M nndlDEALER Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences Jrc ia towari jtIronIffiFence1 Iwlillastaljfotlznel a IIMltWATIRON4HPA CINCINNATI Orer1OOeel1nao1beFeacewnhoarcsta i II will swpriie Cill nci NI GEORGE OWENS Propr L o AND SEE OUR LINE OF flOUSEHOLD AND KTTGHEN FURNITURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Carpefs7 Maffings and RugsI- N v y THE LATEST DESIGNS Ranges and Cook Sfoves Trunks and Suif Cases Upholstering and Repair work done on short notice and at a reasonable price AH GIVE US A CALL CI eU COXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 c = 1 t 1v tj mlII m III1 Jlist back from the city and have some of theIbest bargains to offer the people that have ev i er been offered them in Rockcastle Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats iffact everythingkept in a firstclass store DressIII Terms Cash and Produce And to those that owe nib you will please come in ands ttle as I need the money to pay M for my goods HIATT A C HIATTI Wll c ccjConvenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is ini mfed As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings JE 1 V areidleJ youUj 1 c bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularj ft you will call at the bank t THE BANK OF MT VERNON it INCORPORATED W MT VERNON KENTUCKY T cccc IF tt1tt1tttttttttttTttttttttttttttttJlttttttttttttttt tttttttttt ttt fAT VERNON DflSKET DO 1 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS = 3 AND 5 EMBALMERS HI Mt Vernon Ky rst COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company == Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points A B FURNISH W H KRUECER Pnone Proprietors 111111111111111111il1111111111111111111111J 11111111111111111111111111111 1iVII V ttSIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 8 1908 Call up No whore you vanltoCorna1uni cote with SIGNAL 79 L0uISVLLCUASHVIILER R Co TIME TABLE 22 north I2r P m 24 north 34a m 23 south 124 pn 21 South 122D a m TAS LANDRUM Agent 58iEntered nt the trun Ky Po toffice ns foudcii j41 trotte- r1ERYSUIIAL C D Sutton was at Wabd Spndav Atty J W Brown saw the Der by run Tuesday Elmer Hansel L Nconductor was here this week D R McClellan the stave man is in Somerset this week Mrs W T Brook of Paris is BrowntMr and Mrs D E Davis are spending the week in Louisville Dr J F Baugh spent from Friday until Sunday in Louisville v Miss Susie Riddle of Walnut Grove is visiting her sister Mrs Bettie Hale Mrs T M Noe who has been very sick for some weeks is improvedj John D Miller L N conductors were with homefolks this week Mr and Mrs R B Mullins have gone to housekeeping in the W T Smith property Mrs C B Henderson and child ren of Somerset are visiting her father W A B Davis Lee Mullins a son of B G tfl Mullins living near Burr is dangerously ill of pneumonia- Mr and Mrs R L Briton are visiting relatives in Somerset this week and attending the street fair 4 Dr H V Pennington of London comes down every two or three days to see his patient Elza Lang fordMr Jonas McKenzie was in Nicholasville Friday to attend the meeting of the Eighth district Democratic CommittEemen The W Hs Miller and Fish are in Louisville and Owensboro this week They went to the latter place to attend the State convent ion of the M W of A Elza Langford who was shot last Saturday week the ball inter ing the brain is improving slowly and considerable hope of his recovery is entertained Mr W H Forbes has completed ft the foundation for Mr Beatys flouring mill and if no unforeseen obstacle is encountered it will only be a few weeks until the mill is in operationMiss Brock teacher of the Intermediate department for five years left Tuesday for her home at London It is regretted by all that she can not return Hazard Evangelist Miss Susie Thompson and her cousin and visitor Mtss Fannie Thompson of Preachersville spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Louisville Mrs L R Hnghec of Stanford accompanied then Mr D B Murphy was in Miss last week during the tornado that destroyed so much property and so many lives Fifty were killed ip the county and nine in a lumber camp that was destroyed within five miles of him but his camp escaped all injuryLondon Sentinel Pr and Mrs Ml L Myers have returned to Mt Vernon and will move into their home on Old Main as soon as it is vacated by Mr Ab Sparks who will move into the residence of Spaaks Davis on West Main street We are glad to welcome the Doctor and his family back home J J Ping who has made good in Missouri as a teacher is here spending a portion of his vacation with homefolks and friends Tack has a host of friends in Rockcastle who are delighted to see him climb the latter of success He is principal of a school at Liberal Mo which has an attendance of 250 and requires seven teachers J P L Thompson Sr is in Louis villeIMiss Alza and Master Will were included in the list of those going to the city T J Pennington has moved his family to the house recently vacated by Dee Ramsey on Main streetiDr G H Albright r Bnrhours vile v h underwent n serious oper ation several weeks ago has about recoveredJudge W Bethurm and Cir cuit Clerk J F Griffinwere at Shelbyville nnd Louisville doing the political act John Meadows formerly of this conuty but now of Wilmore Kv is spending a few days here the guest of his brother James MeadowsMr Mrs H H Hutcheson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Salin Mr Hutche son will leave soon to take charge of a bank in Ohio Miss Maggie Hansel is visiting her brother Elmer and family oi Lebanon Junction She will also spend a few days in Louisville before returning home Mrs Ab Sparks of this place place and Mrs H D Mpgee of Livingston viMtied their parents Mr and Mrs A N Bently at Louisville first of the week Mrs R EThompson and daughter Miss Lillie came up from Crab Orchard Saturday for a visit to her mother Mrs Poynter Mrs Thompson has been very sick since she came but is better at this time Mr D N Williams one of the most honored and aged citizens of our town suffered a severe attack of heart failure last Saturday evening and for several ours his condition was thought to be serious When seized with the attack he was some little distance from the house and had it not been that his son Atty C C Williams happened to pass by and find him there is no doubt but that it would have been a hard struggle between life and death with him for he was unable to walk and had to Be carried to his home Dr D B Southard was summoned as quickly as possible and was soon able to revive him from the sudden shock He has been improving eacb day since and we hope to see him on the street again soon LOCAL Subscribe to the mill lot fund S B Ramsey has commenced building on the Proctor lot We understand that Mr Felix Bowman and Miss Maggie Hansel have been employed to teach the public school here this fall The signs recently painted upon the windows of the Bank of Mt Vernon are the finest specimens of the sign writers art seen at any point in South Eastern Kentucky S B Ramsey has bought the property near the railroad crossing and is doing considerable repairing The house is occupied by J G Burkwho will start a grocery store and restaurant Mr T M Noe who recently bought the 1 A Bowman farm is doing some splendid work and making many improvements Mr Noe like most all who have come from that section of the State is a splendid citizen and the kind of men we are always glad to wel come into our midst Willis Adams reoeived a letter Wednesday from his son Jack who is now in Colorado that he had shipped to Kentucky a 3000 Belgium stallion which is ex pected to arrive at Mt Vernon next week The horse is direct from Belgium is only three years old and weighs 2300 pounds C H Frith received a check Tuesday for 1485 in full settle ment of the insurance carried on his stock of merchandise at Brod head which was destroyed by fire on April i8th less one per cent- for cash He was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented by E S Albright Mt Vernon The Mt Vernon boys played the Telephone boys at Brodhead Sun day which as our Brodhead corres pondent says was too much of a onesided effair to justify much comment The Tate brothers battery was too ong a proposition and a complete whitevasb fortl1e Telephones was easy work Mt Vernon run their score to 25 ew m SEE US FOR UNDERWEAR e8oe HOSIERY AND NECKoee oe ooe WEAR0 NEVIee eea 0 0 t1QO C eoeesOe00eeeLeesoe0eeeese ee a 0 Fifteen masons from this county have visited Lebanon and taken the Knights Templar degrees in Marion Commandery No 24 The Town Board at its meeting Saturday passed an ordinance exempting from town taxation for a period of five years all manu facturing enterprizes that locate here COURT OF APPEALS AFFIRMS The case of Hilton etc vs J D Hamm administrator sent up from the Rockcastle Circuit Court has been affirmed The history of the case is that Hamm was appointed administrator ofyoung Helton who was killed in the Louisville wreck about two years ago when four of the Brodhead boys lost their lives Heltons parents who are very aged claimed that Hamm used unfair means to secure his appointment as the administrator and a suit was instituted to have him removed but lost in the lower court and that decision has now been affirmed by the Court of Appeals It is very probable that a new hearing will be asked Papers have been placed in the hands of the merchants and business men of our place for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions to a fund for purchasing a mill site lot near Spout Spring Individual citizens have already pledged 115 The lot costs 200 Owing to the many benefits that will accrue to the county as well as to the town it is thought the farmers and other citizens out in the county will be willing to contribute something toward the fund for paying for the lot On ofIwill be raised throughout the county as a ready maiket will be beImarket thereby keeping a considerable amount of rash in circulation in the locality that would otherwise be sent to foreign mills for goodillustration PulaskiIbut little wheat was surroundingfarmsfurnish the twomills busy the year around ie e e e e e a a0-ee0n e e e e e eoe 60 SSSVe10 eJn0O e o 0 eee eee eeooeee os seesooso eoecdoeoeeaooe eeoooe eeeee=O O 380 e f t 11 MIX I 000 tape 684i Coo c rbo e CQ H 5Bii Ll JOe tl f m Slj xrbe Ge i e oao 00 e IVs oao F3800 l 00 f w IhoClothes are standard They are topnotchers in the tailoring world I perfect fitting and workmanship the best Fabrics the newest and I miall the popular shades for Spring and Summer wear I Price 7OO Up to SISoo 1J m I twn WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS iim WE NEED YOUR BUSINESS i m 0 When in Town come in and let us eo cshowyou the most uptodate line of a CLOTHING SHOES and iig GENTS FURNISHINGS li 800g ever shown in Mt Vernon e x o THE LEADING CLOTHIER m- gtu1000S Fuqua and Dee Ramsey are moving into the two new houses of R B Mullins on Adams street By oversight on the part of the Clerk of the Republican Convent ion held here last Saturday week and the editor as well the resolu tions and list of delegates were unintentionally omitted from our last issue FOR SALE Rhode Island red cockerels and pullets also eggs 100 per setting Mallard duck eggs 100 per setting Mrs W J Edmiston Mch2o tf Crab Orchard Ky Our young friend C C Cox is making splendid start in the fur niture business and we are glad to see it Mt Vernon has long since needed an uptodate furniture store Watch his ad every week it will pay you to do so Jail on J M Foure for all kinds of fresh paints oils and varnishes also a great bargain in all kinds of staple and fancy groceries sold at reduced prices for cash within the next 30 days J M FOURE Livingston Ky Rev A J Pike who has been called as pastor of the Baptist church will preach here next Saturday evening and Sunday evening He will preach every second Saturday evening and Sunday evening of each month One of our citizens brought before the Town Board at its last meeting the subject ofa curfew law requiring all children under the age of 1 6 to be off the streets and at home on or before 8 p m An ordinance to that effect will probably be introduced at an early date TO HE INSURING PUBLICOn April 18th I suffered a loss of my entire stock of goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented by Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On May 5th I received a check in full settlement of every dollar called for in the policy I can heartily recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insurance Very Trulv 0 H FRITH Owing to the inclemency of the weather the ball game arranged between Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard on the latters grounds for yesterday afternoon was called off If you have a friend or relative living in other counties of the stale or other state whom you do not know for sure is already receiving the MT VERNON SIGNAL we will appreciate it if you will give us such names and addresses LosTB tween my home on Skeggs Creek and Chestnut Redge school house a gold medal with an inscription on one side and the date Dec 8 1898 on the other Liberal reward for its return W M ROWE Sparks Quarry The Willing Workers realized about 32 oo from the supper given at the Court house last Saturday evening This money will be used in defraying the expenses of painting and papering the church and having the three large posts through the center which have so long been an eye sore removed Subscribers especially profession al men would do well to advise telefone ceutral when they leave on a trip or even when absent for a day Should state probable length of stayandat what place they can be reached by fone Callers often blame operator at central for no answers from absen t subscribers fone when operator is ignorant of their absence Many urgant and impatient calls are lost from this cause DlGLlDSAYsI NO ALUM III rOOD and strictly- prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France So does Germany hntcof alum food beta nssds Bleed in Wajfcinstoa and thaDulrkt Columbia nd alum bakins powder to everywhere recognized mjuriow protect yourself against alum ITo wLea ordering baling powder pllI A I ROYAL POWDER alK I Sad be tore yoa get RoyaL Royal is the only Baking Powder made Grape Cream of Tartar It tibiIitJ and vbelesome Iellhrr j ie e lessOURBEST TO BE FOUND 1v t IN TOWN e i i0ea eo eo eeeeeoueeoeeooseooooeeooseoeoisog 0 g 0 eo FOR SALEA Cornish organ almost new will sell a bargain Address box 78 Mt Vernon Ky 58 3t- Ice Cream Parlor open from 2 to ii p m on Tuesdays Thurs days and Saturdays Also open all day Sunday Bring yoursweet heart and come and enjov the nice cream and cake made by Mrs Wilmoth Foure and daughters Will also make cream in larger quantities when ordered- J M FOURE Livingston Ky The creek was higher at Conw y yesterday morning than for many years past WANTEDWe want two or three men in each county to paceIcatalogues and advertise our FAMILY SUPPLY UNION DEPARTMENTI8 oo per week salary with opportunity for extra commission Permanent positions Address LAKE CITY WHOLESALE CO 453 West 63rd St Chicago Ill OASTOBABetra Signture of A I Oo0tX y She took Scottj Emtifaion lResult 0She gained a pound a day in weight 8ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 0OO 000000090000 oo o METROPOLITAN ITHE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drugp Stationery jigar Tobacco paints Oilerred Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffy y S C DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY X3 n GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I t IBrodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled i F T 9 f if iiXirfl afL1 C S t ltP cUw a r r ON I fhr1i- llh1tht MINNESOTA GOVERNOR OPPOSED TO EXPEDIENCY IN POLITICS SPEECH AT LOUISVILLE Is Given a Wonderful Ovation at the Jefferson Day Dinner in the Kentucky CltyA Promise- of Victory GOT Johnson of Minnesota who VB a specially invited guest at the Louisville Jefferson day dinner and who really made the principal address was given applause commensurate with a man of his ability and his high station He was cheered when he en tered the banquet hall the big gather ing stood on its feet cheered and waved napkins as he was Introduced cheered his dramatically delivered speech and gave him what must have been a most gratifying ovation as he concluded his prayer that the times might bring forth another Jefferson to teach the faith of him who has gone before and prevent the leaders of to day from going off into me desert of unknown situations He declared that be sometimes viewed with alarm the conditions of the present generation but he believed in time to come all would be right and the principles of equality and justice and the Democratic party would triumph The latter part of the governors speech was as follows realize my friends that on the grounds of expediency executives are sometimes prone to temptation to da things which are not justified by the v written law of the country I believe that the written law of the country has a majesty which compels the alle- gIance of every man who lives under the government and I should like to see the time come in this country again when we were willing to abide by the constitutional forms of govern ment and not be ruled by those expedients which change with toe tides I remember in the history of Henry of i avarr that plumed knight who led the hosts from one camp to another lighting for a sacred cause When he became king of France on the ground 01 expediency he renounced the old faith and took up a new which he had been fighting and what became of the people by whom and with whom he had been fighting all the years of that turmoil and trouble They die p peared as the clew before the morning sun and the Huguenot Ud to come to t I America to Ilvff xpedIency never gota na tion anyOiIng It never got a I people Anything it never will get the Democratic party any thbrig When the Democratic party in Its national convention r plants its cause upon the ground of expediency and adopts a plat form based on expediency It can not win and It ought not to win What we want today is to go before the people with a patri otic manly declaration and ask for the concurrence of the people in that declaration The Democrstfc party has pot al ways been worthy of Thomas Jefferson but he has always been worthy of the Democratic party He was worthy of it because he was not a weather vane In politics He was there yesterday and tomorrow and if the Democratic party if to build wisely and well it will stand by Thomas Jefferson and ths things he stood for and abate the wrong wherever it might exist 1 know it may be a long road to the victory which we all want to see come If we hve the patience to endure it if we have the faith that ought to be in us and if we have the intrepidity which Oight to be characteristic of a Democrat we will get there I remn her a few years ago that I stood With my wife overlooking Puget Sound f heard much of the place and I wasted to see it first from the Mount Ranier side and then from the Mount Tacoma side We went over there one of thos0 misty days when the bay ias overcast Wfl hadnt anything to do downtown and we went and stood and looked from Mount Ranier A half hour an hour perhaps had passed We were about ready to give up and go back to town when suddenly the clouds began to separate My wife said to me There is the mountain I said No St is not in that direction it is over here She said You are mistaken it 5s there I said It is not it is there and I said to the driver Where ia Mount Ranier He said Over there I felt indorsed Suddenly the clouds began to break away the gloom disappeared and the sun broke through and sent its slant snowcappedpeaks otbeavenof Olympus and they were greater and better and brighter than these over yonder If we shall stand long enough And look for the sunlight to shine through the clouds of gloom and do our share to lift the clouds we will see the mountain of Olympus and we will be able to get up there on the summt and look down Ito the caves of gloom where we once had lived and we will see bright and glorious the heavenly triumph of the Democracy of A united cation Where Autos May Travel Fast Thore is no speed limit for autos outside the city of Shanghai China Within the city miles aa hour us allowed When vou think of Indigestion think of Kodol for it is without doubt the only prepreation that completely digests all classes of food And that is what you need when you have indigestion or stomach stouble something that will act prompUy but thoooughly something that will get rght at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stomach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol ii is pleasant to take It is sold by Chas C Davis iPSiiVs rJIIIMAN THE CATION ftEQUlRgS 1 Johh A Johrtson theiieal Oceupdht of the Presidential Chair As president Gov Johnson would have the qualities that might described as logically and historically needful at this tirdd representing both In thought and by concrete achieement all of the progressive reforms to which the American people are now thoroughly committed His personality and his methods are such that coming into office after the strenuous and even terrifying political and financial ex periences of recent years he would be prepared to hold all that has been gained restore an era of good feeling and smoothly and comfortably prepare the way for such additional advanced legislation as the times require In a word Gov Johnson is precisely the kind of a leader the nation requires at this time ready for new legislation to meet new needs but careful and con servative In his methods The same confidenceinspiring votegetting attributes that have made Gov John son so popular in Minnesota that there Is absolutely no question that he could carry the state as the Democratic presidential nominee will make him equally popular with the voters of the nation once they have an op portunity to become acquainted with the man Every political campaign has Its In dividual conditions It is found tn this contest that Gov Johnson possesses a strength peculiar to him alone and by which he Is certain to bring to the Democratic party upwards of a million votes in the middle west that have hitherto been Republican This condi tion insures beyond a reasonable doubt victory for Democracy and Gov Johnson In the following states Minnesota North and South Dakota Illinois Wisconsin Iowa Kansas Nebraska Colorado Montana Washing ton and Michigan PLATFORM BROAD AND STRONG Declarations of Gov Johnson All Democrats Will Indorse The Mat from Minnesota be lieves In the immediate revision of the tariff to the end that articles now controlled in America by illegal and immoral combinations may be deprjve4 of their tariff power to rob the com munity He believes that tariff re vision is one of the most important works for the correction of the abuses that are plaguing the country He believes that the maintenance of government by the people involves the least Interference by federal power with the domestic affairs of the states consistent with efficient national ad ministration He believes In the constitution For a president he says to go outside the constitution even to accomplish a beneficent purpose is to enter the read that leads to the destruction of republicsHe opposed to the government ownership of railways by state or na tion but as his acts show is a strong believer in Just and rlgoroys n gul tionHe Is opposed to oversea expansion- He favors tho peaceful consolida tion of the continent from Panama to the Arctic circle He Is opposed to great military establishments but believes that the size of the American navy must neces sarily be determined to some extent by the naval activities of other coun triesHe is opposed to ship subsidies You cant kill combinations h- esaysbut when they come In to crush the business of individuals they must be opposed as evllsP He believes in an income tax He believes in tie Just and equal enforcement of law and that the ob servance of the law is an incumbent upon the rich and powerful as upon the poor and weak LEADER IN INSURANCE REFORM Whole Country Benefited by Action of Gov Johnson Having had some valuable experi ence in reorganizing a powerful Minnesota Insurance company Gov John son was weJJ prepared to deal with the emergency which arose when the corruption and extravagance of the management of the great national life insurance companies was revealed In 1905 In November of that year he wrote a letter to president Roosevelt which placed him in the front rank of national leaders In this letter the governor suggested a conference of governors and attorney generals to be called by the president at Chicago The conference was held in the tpIJow ing February and Gov Johnson as Jt3 chairman and dominant figure namecl the famous committee of fifteen whose recommendations were em bodied In the law In Minnesota and In about a dozen other states While the momentous decision recently given by the supreme court In similar cases coming up from North Carolina and Minnesota may have the effect of Invalidating some of the rail way legislation secured by Gov John son in Minnespta the fact remains that he has done what he aet put to do and secured the enactment of pojjqlar and beneficent legislation If as now seems probable the epochmaking dgr cision of the court in large measure transfers railway legislation from the states to the national legislature it becomes of particular significance that one of the earliest acts of Gov John sons career as a member of the Minnesota legislature was the introduction of a memorial to congress to ex tend the powers of the Interstate com merco commission a memorial which antedated the extension of those power by some fpur years CHAMBERLAINS CQLi CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYThere probiblv no medicine made that is relied upon with more implicit confidence than Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century in which it has been in use people have learned that it is the one remedy that never fails When edlit t II COMMISSIONERS SALE =ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- R B Hatchers Admi- uistnttbcPlaintiIvs Commissioners Sale W H Forbes Defendant AND Jason BrownPlaintiffv- s Commissioners Sale W H Forbes cDefendants- By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof igoS I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Kentucky Rockcastle county to the highest and best bid del at public auction on Monday the 25th dav of May i9o8 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M being regular county court da on a credit of six months the following described proderty towit One steam saw mill consisting ot engine boiler saw carriage cab mandell edger belts pulleys and appurtenances belonging to said millAlso the team of mules wagons harness and the spoke mill machin ery now located or located at the time of the mortage on John Shntts farm on Skeggs Creek in Rockcasile County For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest rom date of sale until paid and having the flrce and effect ofa judgement Bidders must te prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rock castle Circuit Court A CALIFORNIANS LUCK The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box ot Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles F fiudahn of Trdcy California Two 25c boxes cured me ofan annoying case of itclrng piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store After being brought all the way from Oklahoma wit hout difficulty Nelson Halbert of Prestouburg Ky wanted there on a murder charg escaped in Cincinnati while Officer Stephens was gelling shaved VALUED SAME AS GOLD B G Stewart a merchant 01 Cedar View Miss savs I tell mj customer when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipa tion malaria biliousness Sold under guarantee at Clns C Davis drugstore 250 FOR SALE As I am going to leave for other parts of the country I offer fot sale my farm of 80 acres with a good new 5 room house good barn good orchard and two good springs Land lays well 2T acres of growing wheat on it Also 2 wagons i yoke of 3 year old cattle a goog milch cow and calf some hogs and farming tools all new Will sell all together or separate Will give possession ten days after sale W A TYUEE Brodhead Ky Mr John jiiha of Vining la says I have beep sejliug DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen pople he g who have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I have used them myself wih fine jesults Sold by Chas C Davis Alonzo Grey a rural mail carrier was arrested and warrant or thirty two other men charged with night riding wee iue4st Marion Cnttou county Tie malitia ha been called out and tutence excitement prevails HUMAN FILTERS The function of the kidneys is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy so they will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and it will make you well Sold by Chas C Davis Night riders in Bracken county thrgshed two farmers who were preparing to plant tobacco using a blacksnake whip on tbeir bare backs Insist upon DeWitts Vttch Hazel Salve There ares11bstitutes- but there ts only one original It is healing soothing and cooling and is especially good for piles Sold by Chas C Davis 1 i nAr P t SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 581 directed to me which issued from tie Clerks office of the Ruekcasile Circuit Court in favor of Mars Albrght Administratrix of J H Albight deceased against Mary E Robers Admx of J M Rob erts deceased I orone of my dep uties will on the 25th day of May 1908 betwee the hours of 9 oclock a in and 3 oclock p m at Mt Vernon Rockcastle COn Kentucky expose at public sale to the highest and best bidder the following property or as much thereof as may be necessary to sstisfv the amout of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to witt A certain tract or boundary of landnear Brodhead beginning at a gum an outside corner to the Sol Roberts tract thence an outside line Silo ES9 poles to a stake with a dogwood pointer corner in said line a division corner between said Roberts and Eph Thompsons 20 acres thence with 2nd lije of 7linkshill thence 824 WyoJ poles to 3hickorywith outside line S55j W46 910 poles to a stake witha walnut pointer thence S86 Wi6 noles to a fallen chestnut with pointers thence N47 W8 poles and 18 links to a stone with pointera thenct a new lineN26 E200 poles to the beginning containing 50f acres Amount to be madeDebt 100 with b per cent interest from the 28th dav of Sept 1907 until paid Cost 5861 Levied upon as the property of J M Robert- sTElnlsSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security flrequired bearing interest at the rate of 6 per- cenT per annum from dav of sale and hiving the force and efft of a judgment This 8th day of April 1908 RL M FRRRONSRC By JOHN ROBINS D S A great many people imagine they have heart trouble when the fact is that the whole trouble lies in the stomach The pains in the side around the region of the heart are not necessarily heart trouble We suggest that you start with the atomach and whenever you feel a depression after eating or whenever takekodoluntil all these heart pains will disappear Take Kodol now until VOlt know you are right again Lhere isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will find the truth of this statement verified after you have used Kodol for n few weeks It is sold here by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS K- yORZNO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stones ach liver 4- bti4e lQwes ft f 9 rrlp Q9t KILL THE COUCH NP CURE THE LUNGS KiogsNew IIFOR cOUCHS OLDS IlacAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OBIW A5 CARSON PAFNTER AN- DPAPERJIANITER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed m o W1LDIE Mr Joe Taylor has a very sick boy at thi time Mr and MrsI Will Hayes were visiting tneir son sundavDrlLewis a i visiting his parents in Tenn this weekMrs Minnie Btanainan who has been quite sick for a few days is able to be about again Miss Ella Wash of Berea was the guest of Mrs Harrison Branaman Saturday and SundayMrs Wro Manus has taken charge of the infant of Mrs Sarah Mason for a few days while she is at Richmond taking treatment under the Drs GibsonMr W H Jones and Miss Mary are in Louisville this weekMrs- W D Lawell and children were ofithetyphoid is reported to be in a very critical conditionRev Winkler preached here Saturday night Sunday and Sunday nightDr W D Laswell was in Richmond WtodIwhere they are attending shcoo Their friend Edwards accompanied themDora Ball is spending this week with her mother at Orlando The five year old girl of Mr Jack Barnett had the misfortune to get her arm broken Monday Willie Jones has returned to Louisville after spending a week with homefolks RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS Among the troubles that beset mankind rheumatism is one of the most aggrevating I suffered with it for over two years sass Mr Rollan Curry a patrolman of Key West Fla Sometimes it settled in my knees and lamed me so I could hardly walk at other times it would be iu my feet and hands so I was incapacitated for duty One night when I was in severe pain and lame from it my wife went to the drug store here and came with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm Iwas rubbed with it and found the pain had nearly gone during the night I kept on using it for a little more than two weeks and found that it drove the rheumatism away I have not had any trouble from that disease for over three months For sale by Chas C Davis New Jersey Republicans in convention at Trenton voted to send an uninstructed delegation to the Chicago Convention COLDS THAT HANG ON springdepletenervcs and open the WHY of serious illness Take Foleys Honey and Tar It quickie stops the cough and expels the cold It is safe and ceatain in results R W DYCHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marhie Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT 8 FRANCISCO Also Agents for Trim Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist1 in East Chest nut Street- Louisville Ky Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until May C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT JWOFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete IRobes Orders by Telephone Stanford ed promptly attendII t h iUId = i 4 4a LTL- ALCOHOL 3 PER CEsp oIk Promotes IincssandiestContaiasncthir OpiumHorphine norllacra- lf1 NOT NARCOTIC i r llmjuIOldJJrS4Ml1fZPl111lEll 0 liDV7 AfrJizra JlniseSmlp + JI i iaiWorinsCoiwulsionseverishp FacSimile Signature ttji NEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper o t rl CASTO WA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought a Bears the Signature of In IUse I For Over iV Thirty Year- sCASTORIA d TNt 9xlgxx I The New Store 4 1t n to Carmicals for r iGo Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts W Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beefsteak and Meats of all iBeans delivered in town When call Phone 561iW H CARMICAL Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky 7 ytJvYI WU 3 SHOES il aur Spring line of Shoes are in and we want Ito say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more rJstyHsh uptodate line than ours Q LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS i Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIE SON Cb x- r Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKE CARDUI IIt Will Help You Mrs Lucinda C Hill of Freeland 0 writes badlyItake it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui STORESI