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Published Every Friday iflflfliEstablishedr f VOLUME XXI MT VERNON 110CKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 15 1908 NUMBER 34 IF i Ii LTALKSLOUD I Dont forget your cash as these are cash j prices For the next 3Q daysfe- I wit sell all io cent articles at 7 cts 4 25 cc IQctS I U u I50 39cts 100 u 79 cts I 110S I MENS Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth 1500 now I2oo tits worth 1200 now 90i Suits worth 8oo now 650 j Suits worth 750 now 550 1 YOUTHS Suits worth55o now 4oo CHILDRENS 1 Suits from 80 cents to 2 I i f k Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 cents J- I I Prices on Shoes the same as bother goods Come while they las- tDontI i forget the Cash SKIRTSK A lot of Ladies Skirts were i I3 tQ4now i5o to 2 50 a great bargain 1 f RUBBERS I A fine lot of new Rubbers afresh from the factory at cut prices In fact everything is d 20 cent regularsIprice A lot of Linolium Carpetand Rugs J I COME NO- WIGTJOHNSON t f O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky r Li YJLNGSTOA Dr W J Childress is attending the meeting of the Krailroad Surgeons Assocla io in Louis villeWm Preston and wife were in Cincinnati first of the week shopping H W Bowman was in Mb Vernon Wednesday on businessIiDad Pope was taken very ill Sunday with neuralgia of the stotnache He is resting easier at this writing but is yet in a very critical condition Grandma Carson is in a very serious condition AH hope ofI her recovery has been given and it is only a mailer of a few days with her she has lost all consciousness Her children and friends all realize her condi tion and are tenderly watching by her bedside for the final sump mons H C Mitchel on worktrain this place has been tying off for some time on acMcount of sickness but we are gIld to see him his old self again and to see him at work for Mitch is certainly conductor worthy of note Thomas H Vail of Idaho is visiting Mr Gilispie and the fam ily of Engineer C M Bowling Mr and Mrs E S Hotrick off Columbus Ohio are sto pi ig at the Eight Gables for meals and have rooms at G W Griffin Mr Hetrick is Superintending the contract work for Murphy and MillerMr Wm Turner of Louisville has been visiting the family of Able Pennington at the Eight Gables Mr Turner is a brotherinlaw to Mrs Penning ton Mr Turner and Mrs Pen nington left last night to visit Mrs Penningtons mother in Jackson county John Johnson and wifspent Sundayin Lpncas terCroquet and marble play ing are the chief attractions at present There can always be found a game of one or the other in progress at the pumping sta tion There will oe an ice cream and straw berry supper given at the J C Calloway store room on Sat urday evening May 23 by the Y P C E S The proceeds to be used in the furtherance of a good cause of Christimity Tnere will also be a nicely ar ranged program of singing and recitations So dont miss this feast of all feasts but come early and avoid the rush And by so doing you will be helping in a goad cause and also satisfying your appetites with the goon things of the feast =Miss Marcie Harneel of Boston Ky is visit ing Mr and Mrs W M Preston of this place H L Delph and W C Owens of the firm of Delph Owens were in Louisville this week buying goods This is a new firm in our town but never theless they are coming to the front with a nice business of which they are justly deserving Mrs J A Oliver presented her husband with a tine 10 pound boy May 9th Both are doing nicelyR L Collier and wife are stopping at the Eight Gable- for a few days Bob is here pur chasing telephone polesD N Welch of Berea was with our merchants this weekMrs W H Shelton is visiting her sister Mrs J H Dickerson this week There was quite a crowd at tended the circus at London Monday from this place All re port a good tioie While fishing Monday little Arnie the son of Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes fell into the water and came near being drownedMr J W Baker has returned from Louisville where he has been buying new goods He has also taken the shavIingIT REACHED THE SPOT Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president ot the Adams County Telephone Co as well as of the Home Telephone Co of KingsNs life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spot the very seat ofmy cough when KingNew s e cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots id throat and chest Sold under guarant o e 5and ORLANDO S T Bryant has moved into the house recently vacated by D- rCaswellMrs Joe Halsing has returned to her home at Straight CreekProf Thos Ball who has been making an extended tour of the south has returned to his old home and has accepted a position with the Mason BalJinger Spoke Co of this placeG G Robin sou L N fireman is confined to his bed from the effects of typhoid fever J B Owens our hustling merchant is having a new storehouse erected near the residence of j A WoodRev WM Mason preached to a large audience at Mc ews Chappell Saturdaynight and Bro Jones of Hazel Patch reached at Maple Grove Sunday Mrs Albert Chandler coutinues very low with consumption oses Ball who has been in Oklahoma has returned to his home- at this place and is preparing to farm this seasonNoah Mason who has been at Straight Creek is with us againMiss Dottie Aldridge is visiting Mrs S S Balland Miss Susie Ball were visiting Mrs W Dj Laswell at Wildie between trains Saturday E J Williams and Albert Reynolds attended the John Robison Circus at Richmond SaturdayA- J Mason is at London this week attending the show and looking after legal interests J M Laswell is able to beoutagainRubin Ball is on the sick list Salem Laswell df Straight Creek is spending a few days with home folksMrs Florence Moore was visiting in Brush Creek Monday Miss Edith Laswell has returned to her home at WildieMrs Lottie Mfize is ori the sickTlist John Cain who has been working for the L N at East Bernstadt is with us again and is clerking in Mr D M Singletons store Mr Singleton is doing a prosperous business in the spoke and cross tie line a GOOD WORDS FOR CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY pleasureinof Chamberlains Cough Remedy BarclayMdthat I can recommend Chamber gins Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this remedy whenever she has had a cold since she was two months old About a month ago I contracted a dread ful cold myself but I took Chamber lains Cough Remedy and was soon as well as ever This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Discord among the officials investigating the Guinness tragedy at Laporte Ind has broken out and is believed to be due principally to political differences The four physicians who conducted the postmortem examinations of the bodies decline to make public their findings but say that they were a unit on all matters More evi dence that the body of the woman found was that of Mrs Guineess FredsGreening a former employe of Mrs Guinnesn who now lives at Oklahoma City yesterday told of his experiences He said men frequently came to see the woman but that few of them were seen to go away Many of the men brought trunks and about fifteen of these trunks were packed by Mrs Guinness into a room used for storage purposes after the supposed departure of the men THE WORLDS BEST CLIMATE is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fever prevail while on the lower level malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to altitude To overcome climate affections lassi tude malaria jaundice biliousness never and ague andgeneral debility tye most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier t antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervous hess and insomnia Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis dru store Price Soc rllesISenate resolution repealing the act of the Territorial Legislature of New Mexico which passed over ridealseewith civil procedure in personal injury cases O We sell the famous LION BRAND CLOTHING ti A great reduction in price Now is the time to buy your Spring and Summer Suit I Mens Suits from 250 to 1500W Boys Suits from 65 cts to 1000 U We have just received from the city 300000 of this cloth ing which will go out at a bargain I P QGIESSIVE TJOUSEJSi are the best i pairfromthe best goods money can buy and are made g to fit With this large assortment we can fit anyone also suit him in price youhadX W Phone 87 f i fv JJu 1rt ty w 2 d F KRUEGER S SoN Mt Vernon 0 Kentucky y 3 3f3 BRODHEAD W A Tyree sold to James Hayes a milch cow for 40 bought a 3I year old horse from OwenS for 135 and GranvilleI 175 for him same Settles the hustling lumberman of Danville paid our town a flying visit last weekChas R Pike came home from Knoxville last week and is now laid up with a severe case of typhoid fever We hope to see him able to be out again soon Miss Jennie Davis of Mt Vernon was the guest ot Miss Bettye Hicks Saturday and Sunday Dick Albright was in Stanford on business last TuesdayDr Benton has returned from a PercyI stay in Winchester and Mt SterlingMrs Brooks has returned to her home in Wiliiamsburg after spending a month at home with her mother Mrs M E Wilmott =Mrs Dr Percy Benton and beautiful daughter Miss Willie were in Louisville shopping last Wednes dayCapt Evans residence caught fire last Monday but the flames were extinguished before any damage was doneMn Carter of Gratz Ky is the guest of her son Dr W F Carter at Mr and Mrs D B RambosB R Wilmott John D Pike Walter Miller and Orea Lawrence were all up from Lebanon Junction firstof weekD w B Rambo was in Stanford Monday on business CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CUREDOne suffers from chronic ofilianyI restortngg the uatural action of these organs Commence taking it today and you will feel better at once Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas C Davis OaSTOE1X4Been the ftgaatan of AJ tM cZ6 tttttttttttttttt t1tttttttttttttttt ISome Goods Af CosfJ wSome 20 Per CerT Less f = Than you can buy them elsewhere iH 3EiE Calicoes5and 6 cents pet yard irs theyw rS- sE can be bought elsewhere w wJIJ STOKES i g On mast For Sk eggs Creek gThree miles South of Mt Vernon E P S Remember that in connection we have a gener 2s sral blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a E2 =specialty ww11 111111111il111111111111111111111 l1111111111111111Jll1111111111111111 WILDIE- Mr Jesse Dalton who was dangerously ill last week died last ThursdayMrs Bessie Bray is numbered with the sick at pres eutMrs Dora Ball was in our town Saturday betreentraius Mr Henry Brannaruan had four bee swarms Sundav in the forenoon which we suppose kept him bustling to keep the cow bells ringing The farmers of this section are taking advantage of the nice weath er and doing splendid business farmingMr J L Tavlor is con valescentThe Sabbath school at this place is progressing nicely Mr Thos Barnett has returned from Berea where he underwent an operation some weeks ago looking and feeling greatly improved Mrs Ella Franklin and Mrs Bes sie Brannatnan were in Berea and Richmond Monday and Tuesday Mr and Mrs Marion Chasteen are spending this week with their brother beyond Richmond Sev eral from this place took in the show at Richmond Saturday Mr James Coffeywent to Richmond a few days ago to undergo an opera tiouMr H H Wood spent the greater part ot the week in Louis villeMrs Naunie Mullins visited her parents near Dudley Saturday and Sunday When you 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 stoublesomething that will act promptly but thoooughly something that will get right at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stomach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol It is pleasant to take It is sold by Chas C Davis Commissioner Larrinaga the official representative of the Island of Porto Rico in Congress stated in a speech made in the House that the people of that island were very much disconted with the Government of the United States DeWitts Little Early Risers are small safe sure and gentle little pills Sold by Chas C Davis MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 15 1908 Publisud every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rales made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKYPltCSS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET f For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS Weare 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 BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party W O BRADLEY AND THE N1XiRO That this would be champion of the negro race was not sincere in the protestatious of his great regard for them and their welfare it only required time and opportunity to demon strateIf Bradley had been the sincere advocate of the negros recognition as a factor in citizen ship and politics as he claimed to be the time came during the late Republican Convention at Louisville for him to show it When the white delegates had been selected for the Stale at large to the National Convention and his own ignominious defeat had been regijin the min utes of the nos instead of skulking iromTiie convention hall as he did he being among the first to leave he should have remained and stood by his pets and seen that they were properly recognized and cared for The negro as a factor in the Republican party in Kentucky has always been loyal to Mr Bradley and it was due them from him as their wouldbe Moses that he should not de sert them in their stress of need When the convention hall had become so much deserted as to leave scarcely enough to finish up the work by selecting one of their number as delegate atjarge to the National Convention he ought to have remained with themThis self appointed champion of the negros rights who has been so vociferous in his de nuociat on of the Separate Coach Law and who in his public ad dresses has always kept this out rage upon their rights as he terms it constantly before them to the point at times of nearly creating an outbreak among there cares nothing whatever about them as a race only in so far as he can use them as a step ping stone to his preferment This in time they will discover as the white Republicans of the State have already done which their repudiation of him in the late Louisville convention shows If the action of this convention means anything in regard to Mr Bradley it clearly shows that when the Republican representa tives in caucus assembled hand ed over to him the nomination for United States Senator they thought they were conferring up on him an empty honor for had they thought he stood the least chance whatever of being elected the nomination never would have been given him Now if Mr Bradley is possessed of the necessary elements befit ting the great office of United States Senator it looks very much like his resignation should Partyhasan unprecedented proceeding in the history of the State O wad some power the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us Jt emp1oy1ment speaks to you grunt at him if pays no attention to you bite beI If a poor mau works for you swear at him if he does not be discourteous to him if he asks you for work offerhim a uickle if he refuses to work for you for lower than he can afford orkiingSay yom town is the worst place in all cbrislerdoni has mean er people overreaching business mn conniving neighbors in fact see no good in it and speak no good of it and you will have a chance to grumble grcwl and swear to your hearts content wlile letter and more consistent 1m n will get the reward 01 the f nthful and the plums of life IRussen Sige took care of his money got and kept a lot of it and perhaps it has dUe no one much good hut be kept it earning more not doing as the man with the single talent and Russell Sage was intelligent and industrious and honest practiced economy ltitd plainly and it he had been a poor man would have ben commended as a sensible liver He died a ninety years of age Perhaps no body was satisfied with Mr Sage because he was such a money getter and retained posession ol his money so closely and for hit seliishness he is not to be held up as a model but is there just excuse for making slighting references to him and attacking him memory now that he is dead His money was his while he lived and the hundred millions or so of it that he left will get scattered around some day When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a shot t time I he ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by Uhas C Davis The Federal grand jury at Kansas City returned an indIct- ment containing nineteen counts against the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad charging the company with assessing certain cattle shippers more tan the through rate on shipments frcrn points in Oklahoma to Kansas City SERIOUS RESULTS FEARED You may well fear serious results from a cough or cold as pneumonia and consumption starts with a cold Foleys Honey and Tar cures themost obstinate coughs or colds and prevents serious results Refuse substitutes COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Ann PhillipsPlaintiffv- s Commissioners Sale G M Hamilton and Ada Ham ilton Defendants Bv 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 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 M and four oclock P M being regular county conrt day on a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract cflaud located in Rock crstle county Kentucky on the waters of Roundstone creek as a part of the Irvin tract knownII was purchased at Sale by R T Elkin by said Elkin to J H Hamilton and sold by said Hamilton to the defendant G M Harui 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 Jouesline thence Ewith W H Jones line to a stake in McFarlands and Anthonys oIdhnethence with sajd line Nl W 88 28 100 poles ttfa stake in said line and in line pfJ H Hamiltons thence W with said hne 79 poles to the beginning containing 45 acres more or Jess For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the f rce and effect of a judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commission Rockcasvle Circuit Court In the U S Court at Paducah Wednesday the jury awarded Robert Hollowell 35000 damages against 28 alleged night riders of Galdwell county It is believed that this verdict will be the death warrantof niding The attorney for the defense were allowed thirty nsiare large prorerty owners The suits of Mrs Robert HolloweIlaud- Price Hollowell will betried at the fall term COMMISS10iNEll S SALE i jtOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Charles Childress W J Childress George Cliildress Joe Childress Don Latigford Minnie Anderson and RoSa Wood Plaintiffs Vs Commissioners Sale wJ Childress Guardian of Della Hayes Ohildiess and Margie Child ress1 Defendant By 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 atpublic auction on Monday the day of May 1908 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M being regular county court on a credit of six months the following described property towit The real estate to be sold is bounded and described as follows Tract No 1A tract or parcel of land lying and being in the conuty of Rock castle State of Kentucky on the waters of Rounestone creek in Manloves valley containing fifty acres more or less beginning on a pin oak on a hill side thence S32 poles to a beech thence S42 E38 poles to a beech in a line of William H Kirtley thence S75 W20 poles to a cedar tienceNGs Wiyo poles to a black oak near a road thence with Stephen Ang linrs line parallel with the cliff where the 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 iii the McCall line thence to the beginning corner and being the same tract purchased of David Laswell by J C Child ress Aug iSSi The deed to same is ofrecord in the Clerks office of the Rockcastle 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 field near the cross fence tlience with the drain to the creek thence with the ineanders of the creek and down same to New combs corner thence with the Newcomb line around binding on David Laswell and John C Childress around to the beginning corner and containing 100 acres more or less Said tract of land was purchased by J C Childress of William Falin on the 30 day of August 1890 The deed to same is of record in the Clerks offiice aforesaid in deed book No 17 page Tract No 3Situated in the county and State aforesaid two shares of same being owned by John C Childress de ceased the other two being owned by D N Williams and Stephen Langford lo catedon the waters of Roundstone creek and supposed to contain five acres more or less beginning at a white oak about 30 or 40 poles east of a large cave spring and oiuthe coine tree commencing a survey by John Haley thence above the headof said cave spring in a westerly direction to a cedar on the opposite cliff thence with the cliff of rock to two smallwhite oaks above a large poplar thence across the heaJ of saidvlkowns mill dam to a lynn und whiteoak thence down the branch crossing the same to a hickory on the southwest side of the branch thence a strajght line down the branch to a large poplar thence across the branch and up hill to a black oak marked thence around the hill side under the ledge of rock to the beginning corner Said J C Childress purchased the interest he holds to same of J L L McCall G O R McCalland EJ McCall the 30 day of June 1883 The deed to same is recorded in the Clerks office aforesaid in deed book JoG page 198 Tract No 4Situated in the county and State aforesaid and bounded as fol lows Beginning in the right of way of the L N R R near a 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 of an acre more or less J C Childress purchased this tract of Wlbourn R Williams and others October IS 1905 file deed is recorded in the Clerks office aforesaid 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 and ef feet of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court FAUn FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres located near Pongo in the southern part of the county There are 75 acres in cultivation balance in timber and contains some first class whith oak Splendid four room lesidence with necessary outbuildings Good store room and blacksmithshop Well watered with two never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of too or more trees The entire bounnry under good fence Con veuient to schoolhouse postoffice and ohurch anda splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb 14 tf Mt Vnrmn ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- fumature of ct At the conventinn of the Kent- UCky Red Men at Frankfort a res olution revising the bylaws so as to prohibit liquor dealers from be coming members of the order was adopted J H Kemper of Mt Sterling was elected great sachem PERSONAL If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at Brightsdiseasthe disease a strong foothold and YS1Kidner HANSFOm I Tie fantfers are busy planting corn these few pretty days Eaock Hammock is no beiterJ A f Han m the son of C M ITaram j is improiigVictor Bullock the son of jJj Bullock is lillon the sick lmstW L Hihbard is up in the holler culling sta es this week He will want all the teams he can get to haul his stores to Mare sburg The haul is open nytimeRev J F Hamm and W L Hibtmd went fishing last Monday and cang t 21 floe red eyes JiFMt Pisgah church Saturday and Sunday They are having a good Sundayschool at Old Scaggs Creek church The wifeof Bll Hillock died Friday at 12 ucltckJ S Rowe is clerking for W M Bullock at Hansford Whent is looking fine around here Tom Debord passed through Hansforcl Saturday with a drove of Calves beICHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY There is probably no medicine made that is relied upon with more implicit confidence than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century in which it has been in use people have learned that it is tht one remedy that never fails When reducedwith water and sweeten it is pleasant to take For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SArRIf you are looking for a good farm at a great bargain lone that you can run machinery I have one that I dont need Call on me at Wildie Ky R H LEWIS FAIR DATES The following is a list of Ken tuck Fair dat s so far as reported Crab Orchard July i53 days Stanfordi July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster fuly 29 3 days Winchester August 4 4 days Danville August 53 days Lexington Augustio 5 days Burkesville August 114 days BRODUEA1 August 12 3 days Lawren eburg Aug j8 4 days London August 264 days Barboursvill August 19 3 days Somerset September i 5 days Pa ris September i 5 days Monticello September 8 4 days Congress will likely be ready to Adjourn May 2- 5Hearthrn Comes prom the Stomach The heart is an organ that people art persormaybum and similar troubles and yet have a perfectly sound heart Nine times out of ten the disorder comes from the constipationSo instead of taking heart cures stimulantsandremedy like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which thatwayIs guaranteed to do this and you can obtain it AstherecentsThe of Bellvlew nilwhosufferfrombeartburn andconstlpntionthe heart and heartburn Shecouldnteat meat CaldweUsSyrupafter a few doses the Indigestion and constipa andheartaerfeelsH tCdoSyrup Itisnever gripes It is the ideal remedy for stom toitsmended to children women and others who can not stand the violence and griping of saltspurgatives and cathartic tablets FREE TEST Those try Dr wells Svrun Pensln buy Ing can nave a free sample sent to their addressing the company This to that the remedy as and to those taken It Send for It any symptoms of or disease oldfolksPUBUO VERDICT So Sure productbears COI8U III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS UNDERTAKEROur Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnishedHearse sent to all parts of the county All orders bywire pro mply filled W A OOX Mt Vernon Ky Phone 94SVj I My Hair i- sScraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years oMade IAlsouers L1i PILLS ll COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT n G Clark Administrator of W G Clark Elizabeth Clark Granison Clark Grade Laswell at Mary Clark Plaiutifl vs Commissioners Sale Lewis Clark Icie Gadd Lesu Clark and Eva Clark Defendan By virture of a judgement an order ot sale of the Rockcastl Circ nt Court rendered at ill March term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle couut Kntucky 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 4 oclock P M being regular county court day ou a credit of six months the following described properly towit A tract of land located in Rock castlecounty Kentucky on tie 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 Clark on the S by the lands of W tChaste h on the W by fEe lands of Wesley Abney and Joe Ballinger and is the same tract ot land bought by G W Clark from John Smith said deed is tiled and made part of this action m irked exhibi t A and is referred to for metes and bouuds of the same For purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved urety bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid aud having the force and effect of ajudgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court CASTO ABoa Biglature of A neglectindicatiQus trouble that may result in Blights disease when Foleys Kidnej Remedy will correct irregularities and strengthen these organs Take Foleys Kidney Remedy st the first sign of danger Sold by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M o anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences Jr= qM il Itowaitj7 IIronll llFenceRItWARr1ROXK35PA CINCINNATI O ctifjLv GEORGE OWEN S Propr 7r CQME AND frEE OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN RJRWTURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Carpefs7 Maffingrs and Rugs IN THE LATEST DESIGNS t Ranges and Cook Stoves c Trunks and Suit Casesv Upholstering and Repair workdone on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALL cIcIcoxOd Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 0= xr 521 IllillI J IJbestm er been offered them in Ilockcastle Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats Dressltl j everything kept in a firstclass st- orermChIfact and Produce And to those that owe me you will come in and settle as I need the money pleaseIII t for my goods AXC HIATT t HIATT KENTUCKY v1Qo VJf Convenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent in iMauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid if investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the JA Q entire amount at any time With a determination to save you y are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts w as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPoRATED 8 MT VERNON KENTUCKY c3cpC- fxT Etttttttttttt1ttttttttttttJltttt1tttt1tttt11tttttttttttttt VERNON DjISKET CD PRACTICAL = gfAND EMBAL3IKRS Mt Vernon Ky = COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3work for the company = = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 A B FURNISH W H KRUECER P one Proprietors 111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111J1111111111111111111 1111111111 r j MI VERNON SIGNAL MT VNRNOrr KY May i S 1908 Zg call up No 7900 whenyou want to Corn munr i cote with SIGNAL 791 r i faurn touisvLLC 6 n R CoI TIME TABLE 22 north r 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p n1 21 South 1220 a TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernnn Ky Postofhce as secoiidcl c mail matter PERSONA L J W Rifer is at home this weekThe family of W J Sparks have returned to Mt Vernon Mr- spent and MrsG M Ballard most of the week in London Mrs Annie Miller was in Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday shoppingRussell Proctor is learning JiLawrenceMiss Adams has returned after an extended visit to relatives in Lebanon Junction James Maret J Fish an d J W Tate went London Sunday to serve as Federal jurors Mrs C R Baugh of London is spending a few days with her sister Mrs E S Albright Mrs Nannie C Albright is spending the week in Louisville with her niece Mrs G R Hardin Miss Bettie Hicks is the guest of Miss Jennie Davis She will take the examination today and to morrowMrs Cleo Brown was in Louisville first of the week making a ecoud purchase of summer millineryAttorney and Mrs R rlewellyn of McKee came in ester day for a few days visit to riends and relatives Miss Bessie Mullins has returned home after a thee weeks visit to relatives and friends in Corbin Ky and Knoxville Tenn Chas C Davis and little daughter Christeen and Hugh Miller and daughter Anna May and son Lewis saw Robitons circus at Rich mond Saturday James Maret of Mt Vernon a former newspaper man at present manager of the telephone system at Mt Vernon a genial man withal is here and acting as foreman of the United States grand juryLou don sentinel Elza Langford who was shot three weeks ago was taken to the Pennington Infirmary London yesterday He seems to be doing fairly well The change was made in order that Dr H V Pennington who performed the operation and has the case in charge ma y be able to see him every day Jim Proctor was able to come to town yesterday feeling and looking better He was suffering from an abscess which was pressing on the left lung As soon aj he was relieved of the accumulation of the abscess he began to improve and has continued to improve rapiu1 each day since We are awfully glad to see it LOCAL Born to the wife of J A Lan drum Wednesday a fine boy To day and tomorrow is the examination for county certificates Aunt Mahala Carson died yesterday and will be hurried at Freedom today Full account next issue LOSTLost between John Chappels and the Evans coal bank a small purse containing about 3700 Liberal reward will be paid to finder W H HASTY To THE INSURING PUBWCCOn April 18th I suffered a loss of my entire stock ot 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 anyone wanting fire insurance 5 Very Truly i C H FRITH FOR SALE A Cornish organ almost new will sell a bargain Address box 78 MtV rnon Ky 58 3t The Merry Widow is the title of a play which i soon to be gieu by local talent the proceeds to go for the benefit of the Christ WillibePatch and Miss Suan Stokes daughter of J A Stokes wereI married last weekat the the brides parents Rey B S Performed the ceremony Saturjdayhis fine imported stallion He is certainly a beluty and the kind tqat ought to appeal to the farmers Dont tail to take a look ai him when ou are in towntWANTEDWe want two or three men in each county to place catalogues and advertise on FAMILY SUPPLY UNIOJv DEPARTMENT 18 oo pe week salary with opportunity for extra commission Permanen positions Address LAKE CITY WHOLESALE CO 453 Wes 63rd St Chicago Ill SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT Report of Livingston Baptist Sunday School fr April 1908 shows total attendance of 413 o an average attendance of 103 Total contribution 1127 an average of 281 each Sunday When in Livingston you are cordially invited to attend this Sunday School Little Raymond Myers and Leilf D tvis children of Dr M L Myers and W T Davis while out playing a few davs since found a bottle of nitric acid and like children of course began experi menting Fortunately however they escapedwithout injuries except some very ugly burns about the face aud feet which for a time were very painful The Mt Vernon nine defeated Crib Orchard on the latters grounds Tuesday by a score of 10 vj The Mt Vernon boys are playing good ball this season But few errors were made by our boys except in the fifth when by a few reckless plays Crab Orchard was allowed to run five the ony inning in which they scored With the splendid work of Sutton and Tate with good support from the rest of the team made the Crab Orchard boys easy victims for- M t Vernon This pathetic story told of Rock castle people we clip from a Frankfort plp Carrying a baby only a few months old in her arms a young woman hardly more than a girl who said she was only nineteen years old Friday called on Acting Gov W H Cox seeking a pardon for her husband Horace Norton now serving a six year sentence in the penitentiary The woman said she was married when she was only sixteen She came to Frankfort to try to get her husband out of prison She told the acting Governor that her husbands brother had killed a man in a difficulty in Rockcastle county and her husband had been convict ed as accessory and given a six years sentence The Governor took no action In the case and told Mrs Norton that he could not release her husband She has taken up the matter with the Board of Prison Commissioners A dearth of local news often leads to murmurs on the part of those who prize local gossip above all else and it js not all the fault of the publisher Any live publisher will not fall to give all the local news worthy of note therefore when the local depart ment is short you should not rail at the editor but remember you might have committed suicide got maaried quarrelled with your neighbor stole chickens let your team run away or done a hundred other things lo make a local item If a newspaper should publish current gossip or the hints and allusions of the best society in the community it would be ostracized and the poor editor horsewhipped or burned at the slake Think a minute of the mean and low things you sayiaboutyour townsmen and your neighbor land imagine how it would look in print Dont criticise the newspapers for what they print btt give them great credit for what they dont print A newspaper tjat contains one halt the nonsense current among the best ciizens would he considered unfit to read Honest o e e0S e SEE US FOR UNDERWEARs NECKoe WEAR saes EVERYTHING NEW ct 0S5 ee o 0 e wss s ss esss ssasse ssese as s seo aeess e ee a cca 00 0 s i sSsseesse ss i SSS SUSS i i CS Frankfort Ky May nth 08 The Mt Vernon Signal Mt Vernon Ky Dear Editor Please find space in your paper for the following statement During these 4 years of my con finement since I was returned to prison I have had so many detect ives Inquiring into the case of the killing of Mr Rucker the depot agent at Danville Ky and recent ly I hae been asked the question- of what I knew of Ansel Wilson- I desire to state that I never did want to tell things on the living and as Ansel Wilson way killed by the officer at Hustonville Ky I have never told anyone of any thing he and I did In order that the truth may be brought out I will state thit any one living in Brodhead Ky7 knows that 1 never met Wilson until after Mr Rucker was killed at Danville I have heard that Mr Rucker was killed on Saturday night Feb 4th 1904 Mr H E Roberts at Junction City has a little account book that I him that I had TenDjforCo it contains the case number of- every pair of shoes I made andthe Pay Roll book of that company will show that en SaturdayFeb 4th 1904 I drew my pay I have lett ers frcm a lady in Memphis Mrs Mary Lanigan 67 Popular street that will show to anyone that I was at her place on business on Thanksgiving day which was on last Thursday of November 1903 1 had a fight there at her place and got a sentence of 30 days in a workhouse- it can be found that the name that I was going by William Collins is on record at the station house and at the old work house the keeper of the house has been there he told me 20 years and I supp yet his name is osel wreOn Christmas eve o of a few days and came back to town On Christmas menrwroteInot want to stay there and I came back to Memphis Tenn in some qeoooae5000 o goe sose oeoeoSoo oesoesee1000 ee 00WdgOd080e00eee0 AO08OCOQQ ie Oee000 0 e e0ee00e 1e s s s ssiaaasssss rsc e e s esss sesa sss ss ic itee LL MN IXs- e sees ge Ie gees gees 0 c 0 es- sees a a e Cia ogee e i I U 0 0 see vv clothes store every buys clothing good Our Shield Clothes are standard They are topnotchers in tailoring world I perfect fitting andworkmanship the Fabrics newest and I all the popular shades for Spring and Summer Price 7OO Ue to SISoo iiW WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Wj WE NEED YOUR BUSINESS iim r When in Town come in and let usSoshow you the most uptodate line of I CLOTHSNS SHOES and ii GENTS FURNISHINGS iig ever shown in Vernon At TffELEADING CLOT IER eaeo G o ee8eGsGeQooo-ococQec eaoeeoeeooooeooooeoeooee iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiooo e eSS thing like ten days I went work for the shoe company I toI mentioned above worked weeks and on Feb 4th 1904 the very day the depot agent was killed at Danville I left Memphis Tenn for the state of Texas and to more clearly vindicate myself and to prove to the public that I did leave Memphis on that night I villstate that anyone in idgeIacws the river is owned by a company and people are no- tpermitfedtowalk over it only river is of ice so that the boat cannot run and then the bridge is open for travelers and on that night Feb 4fh 1904 I walked over the bridge indo took a freight trainbound for Little Rock Ark I went to Dennison Texas that I wrote to mother and she has 4 the letter yet I do not remember how long 1 was making the trip from Dennison Texas to St Louis Mo but there I wrote mother again I came from St Louis by the way of Indianapolis Ind thence to Cin ciunatvvO and came over what used to bethe C S R R to Junction CitYy KKY and there my nephew Frank Weaver told me of the depot agent being killed at this time it was about the 1St ol March 1904 I went up to see mother after staying a few days I met up with Ansel Wilson had never seen or heard of him up to this time what few days I was with him he and I were beastly drunk he had no gun of any kind neither had I any pistol I only invite to the fact that the people around Brodhead know that I was not seen with Wilson until after the 1st of March 1904 I desire that the relatives of Mr Rucker the depot agent rtDanyille to know that Ansel Wilson and I never knew any thing at all of his death The only pistol I ever had in my hands while out of prison on parole was a 44 cal S Wthe one I took from James Owens andas quick as I could sell itpU did so in Indianapolis Ind It me to know that I have been abcused of such a crime as that and therefore I give this statement to tht people Thanking you in advance for publishing same I am Yours most respectfully BlLVNKWCbMB ho wear do not get them at this but man- S I ho here wears clothes Brand the best the wear I Mt attention grieves 9e gcoeo PROGRAM Program for meeting of Ex ecutive Boardof Rockcastle Association to be held with Hope well Baptist Church on Saturday and Sunday May 30 and 31 i9o8 SATURDAY MAY 30 10 A M welcome address by Rev B S Duvalt Response by Rev Tames Cum mins 12 oclock adjournment for din neri 30 P M the best method of securing good attendance in Sun day school by Rev 11D Gooch 230 Church attendance Forsake not the assembling of yourselves together Heb 1025 by Rev C C Wilson 730 Discourse on mission Go ye therefore and teach all nations Math 2819 by Rev A J Pike SUNDAY MAY 31 10 A M collection for missions in Sundayschool by Revs James Cummins and James Barns- ii A M why Baptist do not commune with other denominations by Rev C C Wilson Everybody cordially invited We especially request members of sister churches to be with us and assist in the work for the cause of Christ H C GENTRY Chairman GEO E PAINTER Wm HURST SectTreas R AKIMG POWDER Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Hi Alum No Limy Phosphate s5 OUR SHIRTS ARE THE TO BE FOUND IN TOWN I see s es s88ects sssss assscn s seoIi osee e oee loaoooeiiiiiiii We are in receipt of an invitatiod to the commencement exercises of the graduating class of the law department of the John Stetson University at DeLand Fla of which Miss Mary Stewart daugh ter of Judge L A Stewart is a member and the valdictorian of the class T VIl iLu i biillar t So house on his lot on West Main He will carry a line of groceries CASTOEiJABears 21gaatno of BEST 1 T aoeeo B D re J e e e H George Owens delivered a fine monument fora Mr Anderson near Rowland last Saturday SPRAINS QUICKLY CURED Bathe the parts freely with Chamberlains Pain Balm and give them absolute rest and a quick cure is certain For sale by Chas O Davis Senotor Forakers abandonment of the bill to secure consideration ofhis bill reinstating the Browns ville negro troops is thought to mean that a compromise has been arranged oetweeu the Taft and Foaker forces by which Foraker will be returned to the Senate if he will be goob oo0 Scott r Emulsion strengthens enfeebled 0 X nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and A nerve force 6 It provides baby with the necessary fat andmineral food for healthy growth ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0 OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO OO O METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drugp Stationey Qigarp Tobacco paint Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peciaffy SC DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KY a GRANVILLEOWENSIUNDERTAKER IBrodhead KYI COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Eobesl All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled i v COUNTY CLAIMS The following is the list of county claims allowed by the Fiscal court for the past year Dr M L Myers for work on water system for county gasoline etc 45 5Sj J J Martin for timber furnished county 4 00 W S Robins for money ex pended on county road 7 50 G S Griffin for material furnished road overseers 3 50 Mrs Anna E Miller for making stenographic report in the trial ofL Eugei e Rufus Spires i6 W A Tyree aud J E Pike fox rej a rs on Livingston bridge v 100 oo PAID ELECTION OFFICERS 1907 I Powers Preciuctjoe Wilson Jud e J W Phillips clerk 200 eieh J C Phillips Judge and J R Ballinger sheriff 280 each 9 60 Walnut Grove John HubbardI Ju Ige John F 200 each John Blackburn Judge and John J Baker sheriff 300 each looo BrownsW M Mullins Judge and P H Shutts cleric 200 each J L Thompson Judge and Jarvis J B o vu sherift8o each 9 6o Roundstone IiUther Kelton Judge J C Wood sheriff 2 80 each D C Pullins Judge and U S Berry clerk 200 each 96o J H Dickerson Judge 4 oo and J C Caloway 4 oc W M Owens and Sam Ward 480 each Registration 17 60 East Mt VelnonD N Williams J T Hansel A J Fish andVictor C Tate 400 each 16 oo West Mt Vernon W T Smith Willis Adams C W Ping and I A Bowman 4 oo each 1600 Brodhead J W Tate Judge and Fred Durham sheriff 4 50 each and J D Hamm Judge and John Robins clerk 4 00 each 17 o- cOrlandoW K Anderson Judge and J B Owens sheriff 240 a hand and G R Reams Judge and G C Johnson clerk 200 each 8 80 Crooked Creek Solomon Griffin Judge and P P Singleton sheriff 280 each and Russet How rd Jtide and Owen Allen clcrk 200 eadh 9 60 Scaffold CarnW H Linville Judge and R A Swinford clerk 2 po each and J Martin Judge and Sam Croncher sheriff 300 each 10 oo Geo R Robinson for holding inquest over the body of Greely Mize 6 oo Dr W J Childress for holding post mortem examination over the body of Greely Mize 23 50 Alex Allen allowed for new couaty road through his farm 50 oo Big Hill Coal Co for furnish house to vote in in 19041905 and igo6 6 oo Marion Newcomb for waiting on and guarding Sallie Falin 400 R H Hamm for merchandise furnished Sallie Tanner a pauper 40 00 Dr W E Gravely for medical services rendered paupers 2 00 Dr W E Gravely for services rendered paupers 32 45 Bradley Gilbert Co for registration books furnished county 8 so Dr R H Lewis for services rendered in holding inquest over the body of William Hayes 5 oo Tyree and Pike balance for Jepairs on bridge at Living ston 400 00 Tyree and Pike for extra girder furnish on Livingston bridge 10 oo Dr A G Loyell for medical services rendered paupers 15 00 V W K Shugars for drugs furnished paupers during year 1907 25 00 D G Gutherie for services rendered Maerson Maiden a pauper 14 00 M D Anglin for clothing furnished waiting on and boarding MayPennington a pauper 50 00 J Henry Fish for two coffins furnished paupers 26 00 J H Brannaman for coffins furnished for Henry Peters 9 do- W M Po liter for material furnished for use in court house 12 50 W H Joues for merchandise fLrnisred paupers 126 40 J J Wood for merchandise furnished paupers 12 50 School district No 55 for hold ing election in said school districts building for years 19041905 and 1906 6 00 Rebecca Northern for services rendered Lovaney Spoonamor 20 00 W G Nicely allowed for banal clothes furnishedpaupers 14 00 John E Gentry for keeping and boarding Gorge W Potter ai pauper 25 ooj G M Baliard for oil and paintT r li o rfficeU S Berry for keeping Thomas Berry a blind pauper 6o Lo L H Davis for furnishing oting room and booths iort election 1907 2 75 G M Ballard allowed for file case furnished Superintendents office 10 io Dr Walker Owens for inerchanj disc furnished paupers 41 79- Dr D B Southard allowed for medical services rend red paupers 46 oo Drs Gibson of Richmond allowed for medical services rendered Robert Rigsby 25 00 W A Jones for services as special bailiff of Squire Jones court 8 14 M J Millerand F L Thompson 99Icounty court clerk 250 co- G M Ballard for services as county school Superintendent 600 oo H K Mullins for making coffin for Ada Whitt 650 Sam Rose for keeping waiting l1d on Wm Francis a pauper 23 oo G V Owecs for conveying a lunatic from Scaffold Cane to Mt Vernon 2 oo L W Bethurum for services as county Judge 600 oo S D Lewis for services as county Attorney 600 oo Dr R H Lewis for medical services rendered paupers 80 oo Dr J F Baugh tot medical services rendered paupers 10 oo J T Adams for repairs on county jail 143 81 G T Johnson for school books furnished indigent children 61 n D B Albright for service as election officer 1907 3 oo D B Albright for furnishing for holding elections in precinct No 10 8 oo R L McFerrion for seivices as sheriff of the county 489 84 Volentine Nicely for keeping infant children of Ewing ONeal pauper 25 oo G T Johnson for materials furnished for use on county jail 13 20 O V Jarrett for services as Jailer of the county 756 80 Dr S C Davis for medical services rendered paupers 22 50 J F Griffin for postage on mail for rgos i9o6 and 1907 7 50 A G Lovell allowed for services rendered county as a member of the State Developmen Society 30 oo- H L Smith for supplies furnised paupers 16 55 M J Miller and F L Thoinp so n for services as pauper com mittee 40 oo E S Albright for printing ballots for i 907 election county blanks etc 63 301 H Q Cable George R Robinson and Granville Owens justice of the piece allowed for four days 1200 each 36 oo Logan Arnold W H Jones an d William Woods justice of the peace allowed for two days service eachIS oo E S Albright printing county claims for 1906 19 00 J A Wood for conveying a ballot box to precinct NO5 for general election i 50 J A Wood for wire furnish ed county for fencing new county road 2339 R H Hamrn for lamps furnished court house 12 00 RL McEerron G T Johnson and JW Brown election com missioners for Rockcastle county 6 each 18 00 S D Lewis for balance due him for service as county attorney 100 00 Bradley Gilbert Co for tax books 43 40 HenrvRoberts for caring lor infant child of Sarah Roberts pauper 10 00 Sowder Owens for coffin burial clothes etc furnished B- eQOldeodick2G 50 W H Burton for services rendered the county 5 25 Mrs Annie E Miller for furnishing stenographic report of trial of Woolford Adams 68 98 Ora Frith for guarding Per Rigsby 7 00 Dr W D Laswell for medical services rendered paupers 20 00 T J Nicely forjmoney paid John Shutts which should have been paid ouLof road fund 620 Granville Leece for additional allowance for service as Road Supervisor 125 oo Squire Singleton for gates furnished for county purposes 4 25 L r L SALEIROCKCASTLE CIRCUITdCOURT- R B Hatchers Admi- nistrarixPlaintiffvs Commissioners Sale W H Forbes Defendant AND Jason Brown Plaintiff vs Commissioners SaleIW H Forbes cDefendant- st virture of a judgement and older of 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 Kentucky Rockcastle county to the highest and best biddei at public auction on Mon day the 25th day of May i9o8 between the hours of 9 oclock A and 4 oclock P M being 1M county court da on a credit of six months the following described proderty towit One steam saw mill consisting of engine boiler saw carriage cab mandell edger belts pulleys and aj purtenances belonging to said millAlso the team of mules wagons harness and the spoke mill machin ery now located or located at tl e time of the mortage on John Shutts farm on Skeggs Creek in Rockcasile County For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the fcrce and effect ofa judgement Bidders must be 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 of Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25C boxes cured me ofat annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Brown county Ohio was visited by night riders last Friday night and destroyed nine tobacco beds in close proximity to the soldiers who were on guard Thou engaged in the raid are said to have been Ohioans VALUED SAME AS GOLD B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipa tion malaria billousne5s Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 250 FOIL SALE As I am going to leave for other parts of the country I offer fot sale my farm of So acres with a good new 5 room house good barn good orchard and two good springs Land lays well 21 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 TYKEE Brodhead Ky Atlanta Ga was visited by a disasterous fire last Friday which destroyed nearly two blocks in the business section of the city It is said the loss at a conservative will reach 1500000 Mr John Riha ot Vining la says CI have been selling DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satis faction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect saii laction in every case I have used them myself wih fine results Sold by Chas C Davis The jury in the Campbell case tor the murder of Officer Bouncer Mnrohy is still out HUMAN FILTERS The function of the kidneys is to strain out the impurities of the bloodwhich 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 fc Davis More than 15000 persons visited the Gunnes farm Sunday Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitutes ItliSs I SHERIFFS SALE 58rpinctthe Clerks office of the Roc caslle Circuit Court in favor of Mar Albright Administratrix of J H MaryEerts deceased I or one of my dep utieswHl on the 25th day ot May oclockIVernon Rockcastle County Kentucky exp se at public sale to the highest and best bidder the following property or as much thereof as may be necessary to s tisfv the amout of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to witt A certain tract or bundary of land near Brodhead beginning at a gum an outside corner to the Sol Roberts tract thence an outsi le line S6o E59 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 lue of 7linkshill thence 824 W9o34 poles to 3hickorywith outside line S5534 W46 910 poles to a stake with a walnut pointer thence S86 Wi6 poles to a fallen chestnut with pointers thence N47 W8 poles and 18 links fo a stone with pointera thence a new line N266 E200 poles to the beginning containing o4 acres Amount to be madeDebt tOO with 6 per cent interest from the 28th day of Sept 1907 until paid Cost 58 6 Levied upon as the property of J M Roberts TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security nrequired beat ing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effsct of a judgment This 28th day of April 1908 R L McFERRtiN S R C 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 atoraach and whenever you feeladegression after eating or whenever ypjir footi seems to nauseate take kodol It will not be very long until aJl these heart pains win disappear Take Kodol now until you know you are right again jhere isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will find tin truth of this statement verified after you have used Kodol fora 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 Ky GRIND 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 stom ach liver and bowels Refuse aubatltutes Prlo 5Oo KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR cOUCHS Telal PBICEII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GTTABANTEED ATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED W A CARSON PAINTER AND fPAPERHANtrER WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order i All Work Guaranteed SPIRO Rev A J Pike preached very iter sing sermon to a large crowd at Freedom Sutuay Mrs W B Dillingham is reported better at thiswrhing Mr Walter Boyd of Hiatt called on one of Freedoms belles Sanday Benuie Dillingham of Clarficld Tenn is at home for a few days Miss Ed th Dillingham visited Miss j t1it Owens Sunday list Walter Hysinger visited Albert Hahn SundayMrs J W Dilliugham are gird to say is s me better Sunday school at Freedom is progressing nicely with large attendance Misses Mary Billing ham and Ida Metcalf visited Miss Mattie Owens Sunday lastMiss Edith Dillinghara is talking of going to Sparti bur S C to make her home We regret very much lossIMaude and Myrtle Hamm Sunday Mr Bill Monk and family of Crab Orchard visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Fred Hahn Sunday Corn prices take upward turn Cerial advanced to 72C in Louis ville the top notch for many years RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS Among the troubles that beset mankind rheumatism is one of the most aggrevating I suffered saysMrKey West Fla Sometimes it settled in my knees and lamed me so I could hardly walkat other times it would be in my feet and hands so I was incapacitated for duty One night when Iwasilsevere pain and lame from it inj wife went to the drug store herr and came with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I was rubbed with it and fond 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 thai disease for over three months For sale bv Chas C Davis It is reported from Frankfoit that two night riders were shot and killed by a prominent farmer iu Madison county on the 8th and another had his arm shot off Tha is the way to break up the nefarious work Shoot them on the spot unless they desist and attend to their own business COLDS THAT HANG ON sprintdepletenerves and open the way of seriou illness Take Foleys Honey anc cougiandceatainjin results R W DYOHE DNrIrNT Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work n Specialty Brodhead Marble WorkSBODEAD KY Granite and Marble Monument and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Managei M L MYERS Dentist in East Chest nut Street Louisville Kv Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until May C C WilliamsATT- OR1TEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor 6 II The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLAR Y l1ftrtaker Embalmer Comnlete 11RoOrdeis by Telephone attena Ied promptly i Stanford Ky t c- 11 CTPRIA 2 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT tj AVgetaNepffpajuj nf Lingthe8touachas nessandRestContInsniuroII NorNIticOTIc rIatoIo11ks4lf1Ezrllm tJw I5nSAdH lJ aeSiniile Signature ate NEW yoil Exact Copy or Wrapper For and 4 CtTAU if Q Figs Pairs Ice Jell 4 Beans and Meats of all ods in town When you want call Next door to Bank of Mt Mt 4 0 of vleam 561 Vernon ur line of Shoes are in and we want to say that there is no place in the county p where you can find a better mOre W ci line than ours IENS AND LOW CUTS r Call and We are glad to show you you buy or J 0 Mrs E of Lake used to from side ache and could walk At last I took and now I feel rood all the time TAKE CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA xpe xp3 oiJccThe New Store igRaisons Shreaded Wheat Evaporated OakBeefsteak kindsAll delivered J- J groceries Phone WHCARMICALCO iVernon Kentucky crCJ- I SHOES i Spring assortment stylishuptodate LADIES GENTLE BOYS MISSES i examine whether notSMcKENZIESON 3c3 Every Month writes Fournier Charles Laeel suffer headache backache pressingdown pains hardly Cardui CARD UI It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act strengtheningcause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female ingredientsperfectlymen old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES