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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 re Fridaynlun I tnnnEstablishedV LriE XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1908 NUMBER 35 Nur n 1HAS1 ANDh1 TALKS LOUD d f Dont forget your cash i inasI pricesSFor the next 30 daysI fI wil sell all jjj f JII SoH 39cts 100 cc cts E IfSuits worth 1600 now i Suits worth 1500 now I2oof ISuits worth 1200 now 9oof Suits worth 800 now fIS Suits worth 550 now 400 CHILDRENS f L Suits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 centsi iotherV i 8 Dont forget the dash J SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts were 250iaA fine lot of new Rubbers Mresh from the factory at cut prices In fact everything is Kf 2o per cent less than regular price f A lot of Li nnliumCarpet and w lugst J J1 COME NO- WHTJOHNSON O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky i I JJltODHEAJ The East Tenn Telephone Co ved their camps from this place Mt Vernon Tues AthoseLebanon were Mr and Mrs J hos Cherry Mr and Mis J W utcheson Mr anr Mrs Dr Percy enton and daughter Miss Willie M B Bowling was called home unday on account of his father eing seriously ill John Robins as added a line of the finest candy his store too Chas R Pike is much improved his illness we are glad to say infrmat Mt Vernou Miss Katie Cass is up from Stanford for a few days Dr W E Gravelys new build g on Main St is on the rapid to completionRobert G was over from Nepton las- tSundayUrban Cass spent a portion of last week with his ister Mrs L B Hilton at Stan ordMiss Jalia Reynolds of Maretburg was down Tuesday to see her cousin Chas R Pike Bud Tharp is numbered withour sick for this weeJDr O O Stone was in Crab Olchard Tuesday and Wednesday doing dental workMiss John Eva Hilton of Lincoln county has returned home after spending a few days here w t friends and relatives Mr and Mrs H H Hutcheson have lef here for Xenia Ohio where Hern don takes charge of a big Bank a CashierThe cream supper for the benefit of the Baptist church las Saturday night brought in abou 2oThe young folks will give an entertainment here during the Institute The proceeds to go toward remodeling the Christian church at this place This promises to eclipse all home talent efforts ever before attempted Exact date to be announced later Claude Owens was down in town Saturday for the first time since Nov 20th He has been laid u all winter of Rheumatism We are gla- dagainThe to see him able to be ou Gum Sulpher 9 defeated the home team on the latters ground here last Sunday John D Pike of Lebanon Junction ha returned home after spending a week here with his brother Cha- R PikeMiss Carrie Frith o Gum Sulphur was up Sunday to HuntIMiss Ray Hunt of Maretburg spent from Saturday until Monday hereMrs Ellen Mahaffey is visiting her sister Mrs Galen Rogers at Crab OrchardMrs E B New land has returned from a ten day visit to Richmond Paint Lick and LowellE R Gentry and Miss Bettye Hicks both wade 1st class certificates last week in th e ex animation Gentry making the best average out of 35 applicant- and Miss Hicks 4th aThe Democratic State Executive Committee called a convention at Lexington June n to choo delegates to the National Convention Delegates to the State Co vention will be chosen in ma convention June 6 Lexington was chosen as the convention cit by a vote of 7 to 6 over Louisville Lexingtons victory was due to the supdeo change of purpose on the part of Mott Ayres committeeman from the First district Mr Ayres had been an original Louisville man and not until after the ho urofset for the meeting did he c1ecid to vote for Lexington 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 ne when you have indigestion stomach stoublesomething thgt will act promptly but thoooughly something that will get right at the trouble and do the very wo itself for the stomach by digesting the food tbat you eat and that Kodol It is pleasant to take issold by Chas C Davis Argument of the Federal s for the dissolution of the American Tobacco Company on the ground of violation of the antitrutlaw was heard in New York on Tuesday DeWitts Little Early Risers are small safe sure and gentle lit- pills tie Sold byChas Ci Davis ORLANDO The farmers of this place are cornMrsIlow with consumption for quite a bereavedlones at Berea this weekMiss Stella Adams of Berea was visiting Mrs E J Williams Sunday and Monday where she was met by the trustees of Popular Gap district to whom she had been recommended by her friend Ephram Drew News has reached here that the fant of Mr and Mrs J J Reams t in Missouri Monday They have the sympathy of their many friends at this placeMr ThoF Ball was visiting Dr W D Las well of Wildie Sunday Drs Laswell and Southard were in our town Tuesday to see G G Robin sou who has been on the sick list for quite awhile Miss Matilda Ball of Pine Hill visited Mrs Wm Mason and Mrs E Ball M onday James Augiin who has been living at Richmond has returned here to his old home and accepted a position with the Mason Ballinger and Smith Cross- Tie LoH L Smith our hustling merchant and family were visiting SundahTheqpolis M Las lbsthoney a shoulder load of hason the sick list js convalesces Geo Reams had a log rolling ThursdaytHegeltevery man woman and child in communityWm Laswell killed a iChasgone to Jackson county to look after timber for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co Robert Reynolds IondoP wittmerchants this place this weekJoe Ruttencutter conductor on local freight No 93 while passensger Tuesday caught a catfish out of Roundstone creek which lbsfTHE 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 biliousnesssague general debility tye most effective remedy iSElectrjc Bitters the great alterative and everyformness and insomnia Sold under drugissoc WILDIE veryseMrstwere HayesssimprovingY of Mrs Allie Cox Monday There was quite a crowd from thisy place attended church at Buckeye Sunday Misses Cassie Hunley and Susie Ball of Orlando visited relatives at this place first the week eMr G R Reams of Dudley was the guest of his daughter Mrs W D Laswell Friday Dr Bert Cor neilson of Berea spent a few days last week the guest of Mr Marion ChasteenProf J T Ball visited SundayMor r Frank Taylor and Mrs Jennie Ambros ofrlr di are visjting tfheir parents Mr and Mrs Joe Taylor rkof Roundstone Mrs W D La well received a mes he TrentoIts dvingMrpSb and Overbay is stokeTonit to was e at work in the stone quarry but not seriously SPRAINS QUICKLY CURE Bathe the parts freely with Chspiberlains Pain Balm arid give them absolujte rest and a quick lebyChasC jc Gc9e3icx We sell the famous W- UOH BRAND CLOTHING fA s A great reduction in price t Now is the time to buy your Spring and Summer Suitf wlVIens Suits from 250 to 1500 f ttBysSuits 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 t- fP ozIv TJClJS JS7 are the best pairIthe besf goods money can buy and are made R fit With thisto large assortment we can fit anyone also suit him in price youl1adPhone 87I i j FKRpUEtGER SoNl Y wj i Mt Vernon j Kentucky C3 C8 QUAIL Services were held at the Proctor sc hoot house from Friday until Sunday night conducted by Rev Griffith of near Burr Ky Elmer Scott and Alex Proctor left the post week for Crawfordsville Ind We regret very much to give up such prosperous young men Aunt Mahala Carson diedat Livingston Thursday last at 6arly dawn of pld age She was about 83 years of age She was a sister of the late Rev Martin Owens The remains were brought here Friday where they were laid to rest in the Providence cemetery to await the final ResurectionW- H Brown of Preachersville was through this vicinity Friday last on businessMiss Maud Turner of near Kriger Lincoln county spent the past week the guest of her cousins Misses Laura and Lizzie Stringer Your correspond enthas been laid up with some thing like lagrippe x George Owens of Mt Vernon was out Saturday having set up a nice monument at the grave of Mrs Elizabeth Parson Jacob Elder and Wm Owens will sing at Olive church in Lincoln county Sunday Lincoln Stringer was inYt Vernon Monday Prospects for what is very good this Year Ben and George Albright have purchased themselves a new thresh ing WachiueCorn planting is the order pf the ds y John Stringer Jr twho was discharged out o tIe US Armyxon account ofdlsa bility went to Stan fordWendesday where he will be examined by the tos29rCOLDS THAT HANG ON Colds that haug qnjn the spring deplete the system exhaust the nerves and openjthcway of serious illness Take Foleys Honey and coughDceatain in results DaIgao ltaui IAli k 1I I 94 tttttttJtt1w Some Goods Af CosfJ= 1 Some 20 Per Cenf Less i E2sE Will sell Mens Underwear at Cost 3E Will sell Mens Dress Shirts at Cost r2 sE Calicoes 5 and 6 cents per yard irs g Other dress goods 20 per cent less than they r2- 2S can be bought elsewhere =w JaJi STOKES H On mast Por Sk eggs Creek a Three miles South of Mt Vernon = SEE P S Remember that in connection we have a gener r2 aa2- SE specialty 111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111 l 111111111111111111 LEVEL GREEN 4 Most of the farmers are about done planting corn Some are afraid they are not going to get in a full crop on account of the we- tweatberRed Mtillins the cattle king has almost rode his black horse to death hunting scrub cattleDr T J Price our hustling merchant is paying 12 cts per dozen for eggs It doesnt seem that the panic has had much to do with the e tradedir Wildiefsection visited the fair sex in this part Sunday There were several1 from this part went to Mt Vernon to attend the examination Friday and Saturday There were services at Poplar Grove Sunday conducted by Rev Willie Brown of Somerset Miss Fanatic Thompson has returned home from Berea where she has been attending schoolMr O H Deboard visited the fair sex at Skeggs Cre kSunday J J Deboard bought of A J Owens last week some cork for 70 cts per buEl B Cox was in this part last week wanting to buy a horse but I dont think he foundany that suited himBob Hatcher J H Brown and W T Todd Tisited O H Deboard Sunday lastH- C Jones visited Elmer Mullins Saturday nightMrs Rachel Todd visited Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence Sunday lastl J Lawrence was down fronj Mt Vernon Sunday to see his mother who is very feeble Mrs Jennie Todd is very low and nor expected to live but a short timeMrs Alice Oneil is on the sick list at this writingD R Gentry will teach the Level Green school this yearT J Brown went to Somerset Wliand Katie visited Mrs J R C Lathim SundayG W E Price visited the fair sex at Walnut Grove Sunday The Sunday prodressingKinney visited Miss Vira Deboard Sunday Miss Rebecca Pitman still continues about the same Mr Enoch Hammock seems to de gradually growinjweakerW T Deboard bought of a Mr Rice some cattle for8 t MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 22 1908 Published every Friday oyI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- 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 arc authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party The frifcds of Hon R H Tom linson nd they are many are urging his claims for delegate from thfe 8 Dstrict to the National Democratic convention and they feel that he ought to win His ability his alegiance to his party and his able advocacy of its principles make him the right man for the place Besides this he and Garraad county have helped other counties in the District to land Judicial Congressional and State office and they think that those counties should help Garrard once anywayLancaster Record The Democratic State Convention is called to meet at Lexington on June ntn the county conventions to meet on June 6th Wheth er the selection of Lexington over Louisville as the place for holding the State Conventions a victory for Beckhatn or not Is not the most vital question but the State for Bryan at the November election is the thing for which Democrats should fight Col John G Mathews has done his do and in a letter charging ma chine rule withdraws from the race for Congress in the Eleventh Col Mathews evidently saw the handwriting stamped in box car letters since he has so prema turely quit the race It was hoped that he would continue in the fight and then see the wool fly OF INTEREST TO DENOCRATS The National Democratic Con gressional Campaign Committee has begin active operaticns at its headquarters at Washington D C In addition to its regular work it is now preparing a Campaign hand book which it hopes to have ready for distribution by July Itwo- or three months earlier than here tofore The Committee is chat ged with tbe duty of assisting in every way possible the election of a Demo cratic Congress We wish the active cooperation of every voter in the United States who believes with us that the election of a Democratic Congress would greatly benefit the country We must rely upon the people to sustain our worjc by giving information as to local conditions and suggestions for our guidanceSEach individual can at least aid osby making contribution Will lie not do so and interest others in helping us too We wish our Campaign hand book distributed as generally as psssible and we will iurnish a copy as soon as published to every one who contributes to our Committee Send remittances to me at Washington D C JAMES T LLOYD Chairman NEWS ITEMS Sanracl MacClintock of Kentucky received the highest rating in the examination for the grade of ConsulLieut F T Evais a son of Rear Admiral Evans was Saturday ordered to duty aboard the batteship LouisianaSBoth sides rested in the Thaw insanity hearing at Poughkeepsie and the case was taken under Advisement The Southern Baptist convent ion in session at Hot Springs Saturday voted unanimously to hold its next annual convention in LouisvilleThe county grand jurys in its rei ort criticised the use of vithout1anythe civilauthorities t It is expected that Congress will enact a currency law along the lines of the Aldrich iIlwith a tev concessions for the purpose of appeasing the Republican insur gentsImarried again Goerge Sterry 72 years old was shot and killed in New York Tuesday by his son George Sterry Jr The young man committed suicide May 26 Chairman New will fix the date for the meeting ot tbe Republican National Committet in Chicago The date will be either June 2 or June 8 depending on the number ol contests filed May 26 is the limit for notices of contestCriminal charges against certain members of the firm of T A Mc Intyre Company stock brokers which recently failed with liabil ities exceeding roooooo were laid before District Attorney Jerome in New York Tuesday by the receiver of the failed firmI 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 shoi t time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by Uhas C Davis The Campaign Is On WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the- DAILY COURIERJOURNAL 125 DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES I2D WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December i 08 This gives you a live me tropolitan paper through the cam paign and the election Order to day as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the MT VERNON SIGNAL for twelve months and either of the above Dailies until December i for only 200 This special campaign offer is in effect only durIngJune July and August and no subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circum stances Send your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIER JOURNAL- COMMIS3IONEaS p SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Ann PhillipsPlaintiffv- s Commissioners Sale G M Hamilton and Ada Ham ilton Defendants- By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Gircnit 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 bjddei at public auction on Mon day the zjth 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 of land located in Rock castle county Kentucky on the waters ofRounds tone creek known as a part of the Irvin tract which was purchased at Commissioner Sale by R 91Elkin find sold by said Elkin to J H Hamilton and sold by said Hamilton to the defendant G M Hami ton on the loth day of April 1902 Said track is bounded as follows Beginningat a stone in J H Hamltons line thence S 94 poles to a popularin W H Jones ling thence E with W H Jones line to a stake in McFarlauds and Anthonys old line thence with said line N i W 88 28 too poles toastake in said line and in line orJ H Hamiltons thence W thebmore or less 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 of a judgement Bidders must be prepared to pomply with these termsG S GRIFFIN Master Corn mission RockcasUe Circuit Court COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COUKT Charles Childress W J Childress George Childress Joe Childress Do na Langford Minnie Anderson and Rosa Wood Plain tifTs Vs Commissioners Sale W J Childress Guardian of Della Hayes Ohildiess and Margie C- hildressfendantBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rend ered 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 theIhighest andbest hider at public on Monday the 25th lay of May 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 followsITract No or lying and being in the comity of Rock castle State of Kentucky on the waters of Kounestone creek in Manloves valley containing fifty acres more or less begin ning on a pin oak on a hill side thence S32 poles 10 a beech thence S42 Es8 poles to a beech in a line of William H Kirtley thence 875 W2O poles to a cedar tience N65 Wiyo poles to a black oak near a road thence with Stephen Ang lins line parallel with the cliff where tne water pours ore 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 Davil Laswell by J C Child ress Aug 17 iSSi The deed to same is of record in the Clerks office of the Rockcastle County Court in deed book P page 395 Tract No 2 Situated 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 thence with the drain to the creek thence with the meanders of the creek and down same to Now combs corner thence with the Newcomb line around binding on David Laswell and John C Childress around to the be ginning 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 iSo The deed to saine 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 deceased the other two being owned by D N Williams and Stephen Langford lo atlOn 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 on the coane tree commencing a survey by John Haley thence above the head of 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 thonre across the head of said Browns 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 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 McCall G O R McCall and E J McCall the 30 day of June 1883 The deed to sanie 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 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 thencea straight line to the railroad right of way thence with said line to the beginning containing threefourths of an less C Childress WilIIIiamsdeed 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 fect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court FAIUt FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres locatednear Pongo in the southern part of the countv 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 blacksmith shop Well watered with two never fail ing wells within a few feet of the house Splendid young orchard of 100 or more trees The entire bouunry under gpod fence Con venient to schoolhouse postoffice and ohurch and a splendid point for a good country store and blacksmith shop A bargain if sold at once For full particulars address A B FURNISH Feb i4tf Mt Vnrnon CASTORIAFor The Kind You have Always Bought Bears the- Sjnature of Gov Johnson of Minnesota was a visitor at the Capitol Satur day He spent some time on tbe waIPERSONAL If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brights disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a strong foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kfdhey Remedy Sold by Chas C DavisS PROGRAM Program for meeting of Ex ecutive Boardof Rockcastlt Association to be held with Hope well Baptist Church on Sat iirda and Sunday Mav 30 and 31 iJo8 SATURDAY MAY 30 10 A M welcome address b Rev B S Duvalt Response hy Rev lames Cumin Ins 12 oclock adjournment for dinner 130 P M the best method oi securing good attendance in Sun day school by Rev L D Gooch 230 Church attendance Forsake not the assembling of yourselves together Keb 10 25 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 Barn- sii A5M why Baptist do not commune with other denomi nations 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 To THE INSURING PUBUCOn April 8th I suffered a loss of my entire stock ot goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented hy Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On Mav 5th I received a check in full settlement of every dollar called for in the policy I can heartilj recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery I H FRITH Bids will be opened in Washing ton June 9 for 100000 pounds oft acco for the navy FAIR DATES The following is a list of Ken tuck Fair dates so far as reported daysIGeorgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 293days Winchester August 4 4 days Danville August 53 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesville August n 4 days BUODHEAD August 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days London August 264 days Barboursville August 19 3 days Somerset September i 5 days Paris September i 5 days Monticello September 8 4 days Keep Your OpenIinkeepinghealthPeople somethingtobe a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a iAndwith Children women and weak people generally should never be given a strone physic as it weakens the system And It thereliefbeloreWhat PepsinIlivertrouble IllsthatandishousetorfamliyDrChicagohasof Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin whenever a stom ach complaint was brought to her attention Nq bottleYtnqurselC FREE TEST IIIhonieyaadresslng tlosewhpsymptoms or disease Gentlest vet most laxaflvdfgr tuPUSIloproouctbearPEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell BldOf Mentleslto III Sold by CHAS C DAVIS UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Gaskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffins famished Hearse sent to all parts of the county All orders by wire- promply filled W ACOXS Mt Vernon 7 Ky Phone 94S For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courIage strength How is it the children Are they thinIpale delicate Do not Ayers Sarsaparilla YouIknow it makes the blood and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannotposilbly have tsoodhealth unless the bowels are In proper condition Cor rect any constipation small laxative doses Aycri Pills vegetablesugarcoated IiiMade J Ayer Co Towoll Ka1Alto manufacturers of tlqersWe VIGORI We publish 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 Laswelland Mary ClarkPlaintiffsv- s Commissioners Sale Lewis Clark Icie Gadd Lester Clark and Eva Clark Defendants By virture of a judgement and order ot 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 couuty 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 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 Clark on 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 Smith said deed is filed and made part of this action marked exhibit A and is referred to for metes and bouuds 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 the force and effect of a judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court neglectindications trouble that may result in Brigbts KtdneyRemedyand strengthen these organs Take Foleys Kidney Remedy st the first sign of danger Sold by Chas C Davis Moool Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences r = IIMvaII towartJiron FencollIdwARr1Rosisrr4i li dJOnr ar91 COME SAND SEE OOR 1TiE OF HOUSEHOLD AND K- FURNTTUREV CHr EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Garpefs Maffingrs and RugsI- N THE LATEST DESIGNS Ranges and Cook StovesS Trunks and Suit Cases Upholstering and Repair work done on short notice and at a reasonable price GIVE US A CALL- CI C COXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 II Great Bargains 1t Ut Just back from the city and have some of the bargains to offer the people that have er been offered them in Rockcastle evtGoods Clothing Men and Womens Hats Ifact everything kept in a firstclass I Terms Cash and storeIlf IcomeA C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY If c 3c CJ33Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is inifed As an investment you can compute the net returns p rately 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 4entire amount at any time With a determination to save you f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regularft you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY f tttttttttttttttttt1ttttttttttttJttttttttttt1tt11ttt11tt1tt ttt flT VERNON DMET DO iPRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS = 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBALMERS Mt Vernon Ky Ss COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of g = work for the company = Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points = = AB FURNISH W H KRUEGER E Pnone Proprietors 31111iil11111111111111111111111111111111111J111111111111111 11111111111111 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 22 1908 79 Call up No 79 when you want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 S i21 4 R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 pin 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky rostoffice ns secondHi J1liltfer PERSONAL Deputy Collector F P Elliott was here yesterday Miss Myrtle Adams is visiting her sister Miss Lizzie Mrs James Kerkendall Is very low with consumption- Mrs Will Shelton was the guest of Miss Clyde Lear this week Mrs Frank Livengood of Berea is the guest of Mrs E B Cox Conductorvand Mrs J T Gentry are with homefolks here this week Reports from London says that Elza Langford continues to im proveMrs Chas C Davis spent several days in Louisville this week shopping Miss Nell McFerron spent Saturday until Monday with her sister Mrs Cox Mr Noe of Harlan county was here the first of the week visiting his son T M Noe Mrs J B Fish of Williamsburg spent from Friday until Sunday the guest of Mr G C Fish Miss Roberta Davis returned Monday from a weeks visit to Miss Beulah Val en near Crab Orchard Mrs W H Poynter of London who use to be Miss Nell Hackney is visiting relatives here this week Miss Minnie George was called to her home at Walnut Grove yesterday on account of the serious illness of her sister- Commonwealths attorney B J Bethurum was here for a few hours yesterday looking after some business matters Mr and Mrs A A Albright of Lebanon Junction were guests of Jailer and Mrs O V Tarrett Wednesday until yesterday Joe Echoff of Bessemer Ala arrived Wednesday afternoon to take charge as foreman of the plant of Sparks Davis at Spardis Mrs W H Cox bad a vety severe attack of heart failure Saturday night and for several hours her condition was thought to be serious She is better at this time J J Cook way here from Blanche Monday Jarve is thoroughly weded to Bell county coal fields where the Big Hill Coal Co with whom he is connected are making good all the loss sustained by their operations in Rockoastle Dr J S Cooper was here Sun day on his way to Pineville where his son Charlie is now on trial charged with murder Mrs Cooper went through Tuesday Dr and Mrs Cooper are splendid good people and they certainly have our sympathy in their hour of great trouble which they are experiences because of the fatal step of a wayward boy Atty C C Williams te defending Mr L M Frazier of Indian a olis was called to Danville Wednesday and came on to Mt Vernon for a few days stay with relatives Mr Frazier will likely move hi stove manufacturing plant to An deison Ind a town of 30000 pe pIe about 35 miles from Indianap olis As an inducement he has ben offered by the citizens of A derson ten acres of groundand a bonus of 40000 The Frazier Stove Co is rapidly becoming one of the important manufacturers Indiana ft LOCAL JFOR SALE A Cornish orga n almost new will sell a bargain Address box 78 Mt Vernon Ky ysst I M Craig is buying most all the wool in the county He is c a 17 cts per pound a drop o = ofatautactsfromoast year 9lc P Scott has sold his store at Climax to a Mr Moore who will take charge in a short time A jury was secured Wednesday in the Cooper trial at Pineville and as the trial will be very short it is expected that the case will go to the jury to dav There were thirtyfive took the examination for county certificates last Fndav and Saturday Twelve made first class seventeen second classes and one third Fine failed outright The examiners were W H Owens and John D McFerron We are in receipt or an invita tion to the Commencement exer cises ot the Nevada High Schoo of Nevada Mo of which Miss Nellie Albright Jordan daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Jordan the latter who use to be Miss Matilda Albright ia member Judge L W Bethurum and A H Hamlin are in Middlesboro making a final settlement with the defunct Clairfield Lumber Co Mr Hamlin thought at one time he would be looser about 5000 but we ate glad to Know that he will get almost dollar for dollar what was due him Mrs Delora Chandler wife of Mr Albert Chandler of Dudley this county died at her home at 4 oclock Wednesday morning after an illness of several weeks Be sides her husband she leaves four children two boys and two girls The burial took place at Flat Rock burying grounds In the examination for county certificates last week the best grade was made by E R Gentry whose general average was 95 1011 aad the second best grade was made by Miss alia Reynolds whose general average was 94 inMiss Eva Fish made third best with general average of 90 5 n Mr J A Hopkins living on the surveyed route of the East Tennes see Telephone Co has refused to allow the company to set 14 poles on his property and a suit has been instituted bv the company con demning the land for that purpose This is the first case of this kind that has ever come up in the county Mrs Lou Jones fell a few days since receiving a very serious brake of one of the bones of a lower limb She was to have been married the following day to Mr Ed Smith and had stepped out in the yard to help her lather catcha turkey for the wedding dinner when she lell and received the serious injury We would like to see what kind of looking creature an editor would have to be to be able to edit a newspaper and print just the very thing to please every body every week About the only privilege or real pleasure the ordinary country editor is able to claim as his own is to think as he believes to be right and then say what he thinks if he wants to say The books of the First National Bank of this place show that some 12 years ago Mr George B Cooper our efficient and clever county cl erk deposited 300 to the credit of H W Rice The money has remained there since Mr Rice died at his home at Livingston six years ago but told neither his wife nor two sons shout the amount he had deposited He did business with the Lincoln County National Bank and it is supposed that Mr Cooper made a mistake in the bank in which he was requested to place the money Mr Cooper has no recolection whatever about the transaction but moneyPnaturally made inquiry about it Mr William Fields is a relative of hersd husbands money he had sheocalled on the bank officials Satur day She knew nothing of the onnone she heard her husband say that he was dissapotnted that bis bank account was not as large Ricofe qualify as administrative of her husband right away andwill claim the money which very probably rightfully belongs to her Had the money been loaned out at six per cent it would have earned 216 making the sum total 516 Interior Journal Mrs Rice came here blonds accompanied bv her son Chas H adp1HdsttatixIer ur an vjO SEE US FOR UNDERWEAR NECKG6tWEAR EVERYTHING NEW oeaoeoeeoesooeeeeeoooooooooooooo ee oeeoeeeeeeeeeeH n The party given by Miss Maggie Hamlin Saturday night was a great success There were about fifty present and all report a fine time Rev Thomas Faubush of near Hazel Patch preached in the court house last evening andwill also preach again this evening at 730 oclock The telephone boys building the new Bell line have reached Mt Vernon and have pitched their tents on the Mrs Jones lot better known as the baseball grounds Eld A C Griffith will preach at Chestnut Ridge church on the fifth Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night in this month Also Pine Hill fourth Saturday and Sunday in each month NOTICE My office is now open ready for business I have just equipped my office with a new out fit and am prepared to give you the very best service at as reasonable a price as is consistent with the best ma terial and first class work manship Call and see me- Respectfully DR MYERS The practice of baseball playing on Sunday we can not indorse and to our young boys who compose the ball team and who are our belt young men we would suggest that they cut out Sunday ball There is plenty of time during the week days for this sport and there are many who would prtronize the games if Sunday was cut out As a rule the majority of the smaller towns disapprove of Sunday ball and when we are in Rome we must do as Rome does The Merry Widow play by local talent will be given at the court house on Friday night May 2Ctn proceeds to go for benefit of Christian church Admission 25 and 35 cts We are assured by those Who have witnessed the several rehearsals that everyone who attends wilt get full value fo their monev This money is to go for a most glorious purpose and we trust that those who have given so much of their time and labor may have effortys good cause- Remember the date and dont fail to attend i oL I Oee0000e s ee0e 10eeee00eee0ee0eeeeeeee0eeeeeeeeee 0eVG soeoooeoooosaeosoog WL we i5 8we LLMNIX WOe see 0 e I f 1OVTT e e 00 c Who wear clothes do not get them at this store but every man buys clothing here wears good clothes Our Shield Brand e Clothes are standard They are topnotchers in the tailoring world Ie perfect anda I all the popular shades for Spring and Summer wear Pric 7O U to SISQo i WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS i 0 m WE NEED YOUR BUSINESS iim e When in Town come in and let us show you the most uptodate line of I S CIOTHINCwrJ3 FURNISHINGS and I ever shown in Mt Vernon e ey iI THE LEADING CLOTHIER SSSSSS eeaas s a e s e OO OOoannLIYINGSTOJX Mrs W T Merrimee and children of Paris Ky are spending a few days with her father and mother Mr and Mrs George Pope Mr Pope of whom we spoke last week las being very sick is resting a little easier at present but is yet in a very crit ical conditionMr and Mrs Hugh Jessie and little daughter are visiting in Virginia this week Dr W J Childress left Mon day for Chicago where he will at tend the Medical Association and Lectures from four to six weeks We regret of course to have the Doctor away for so long a time but we are glad to see him take so much interest in the advancement of himself in themedical profession and it is very nice that we have two as congenial physicians as Doctors Childress and Webb so that when one wishes to be absent the other can and will keep up both of their work Dr and Mrs W J Childress were in Cincinnati the first of the week shopping Mrs Childress accompanied the Doctor that faro his way to ChicagoDr Dean of Danville is at the Eight Gables this week doing dental work If you are needing such work now is the time to have it done as he will not remain longRemem oer the date for the ice cream and strawberry supper to be given at the store room of J C Callo way Saturday May 23 by the Y P C E S Be sure and come and bring your friends with you and enjoy yourselves Let us make this an evening of enjoy ment and feasting and while so doing be helping in a good cause That Grim reaper Death visited our little city last Thursday and claimed the spirit of that good old lady Mrs Mahala thatrripe age of 81 yours 9 months and 29 days She had been married three times Her ffrst marriage was to Moses Cummins to which union seven children twoaboys the second marriage was to Milton Hicks and to that union three children were born two boys and one girl Her third and last matriage was to Joseph Carson and to this union there were born two children one boy sevenIuwho deeply mourn the loss of a dear and devotedmother Aunt Haly as she was familiarly known was also a sister to Old Uncle Ashly Owens whu departed this life some years ago and Uncle Martin Owens who passed away only a short time ago and while she was almost g2 years of age she had always been in good health until some two months ago when she received a severe fall from the porch of the Mullins hotel To this is contributed the hasten ing of her taking away andnow to those who are left behind to mourn her loss on earth it is a sweet consolation to know and feel that if we live upto the re quirements of the supreme being we will all meet again not here on this earth of sin and sorrow but on that bright celest ial shore where all is beauty and splendor The remains were taken to Providence and gently laid beside her last husband to await the finalresurrection Mrs J W Chadwickof Middlesboro was visiting her brother O T Folly first of the weekMessrs Jackson Tippin Ket ting and Jackson of Louisville are stopping at the Eight Gaales for some days They are surveying the route for the East Tenn Telephone line through this districtT E Kline of Middlesboro state thenTribe of Redmen is organizing a tribe at this place This is a r FROM- ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR ROYAL l BakingPowder j ABSOLUTELY PURE OUR SHIRTS ARE THE BEST TO BEFOrr s IN TU WN ee e e S ss 0 oeoeeoooooossea0 very strong organization and we hope he may be successful in his undertaking and we see no reason why he should not have successMiss Lula Bryant the 15 year old daughter of Mrs Hurt died at her home here May 19th Her remains were taken to Wildie pallbearersher young lady Sundayschool mates Misses Sarah Alcorn Lucy Woolf Alice Burton Pearl Owens Lucy Dees and Ethel Smith and they deserve great credit for the becoming way in theilI NOTICE Call at W H Bakers next week for bargains Anice line of Queensware will go at cost 42 piece dinner set 4 98 Anice lot of odd pants and Men and Boys suits and hats at cost Silks 39 cts lo cent gingham at 6j4cts only one t6 50 sewing machine left which will go at 1250 Best cali co 64 acfd 5 cents per yard Best line of shoes in the county all will go at cost These prices will con tinue till June the 1st Home ground meal for sale Callwhile these prices last W H BAKER Langford Kv 00000006oaCe Scott J Emulsion strengthens enfeebled 0 8 nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and 8 o nerve force 8 It provides baby with the necessary fat A andmineral food for healthy growth 5V ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO METROPOLITAN THE REST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drug Stationery Qicjarp Tobacco Paints Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peoiaffy S C DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KT GRANVILLE OWENS 1 UNDERTAKER I IBrodhead Ky IJtCOMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes- All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled SItI 49336 This Percheron Stallion will make the season of 1908 at the Adams livery stable He was imported from France in Sep tember 1907 and has as fine bloody as can be bred into a horse by the French Government as will be showtijby his pedigree Aside from his pedigree he is as good an individual as there is in the State He is coal black fine style and action and weighs twentythree hundred pounds PEDIGREEFold ed April 15th 1904 Bred by M Brounard commune of Berdhnis Couton of Noce Department of Orne Sired by Courmesnil 48500 dam Rosalie 47823 she by Lavoisier 40513 2nd dam Saus Soucil 34864 she by Petite Caporal 14786 3rd dam Louisette 29546 she by Adorator 14079 4th dam Petite 16475 she by Favori 12874 5th dam Petite belonging to M Jous selin A more extended pedigree can be seen at the stable- I invite the people to come and BEE this horse before breeding elsewhere If yon like the horse I shall appreciate any mares sent to him and am sure none will regret sending after the colt is folded SIDI will make the present season at the above named stable at 20 to insure a living colt Money due if mare is traded af ter being bred All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky Phone in residence and stable RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS Among the troubles that beset mankind rheumatism is one of the most aggrevating 101 suffered with it for over two years says 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 tinies it would be in my feet and Bafjsspjt was incapacitated for OnhtWnI wasta e pain and lame from it Iny went to the drug store here came with a bottle of Chamber 5s Pain Balm I was rubbed lib it 2nd found the pain had iearly gone during the night gtpt 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- COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 FOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price is 6 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate ot 125 has ben made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December i next when all will expire Send in yonr orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same comditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere A writer in the Philadelphia Press contents that gossip in the country papers is not nearly so prevalent as it is in the so called best sodal circles in the cities nor it is so vicious The unkind word the slanderous word the character assassiri ting word matte up a deal of the small talk of people of small minds and corrupt natures CHAMBERLAINS COLIC COLERA AND DIARRHOEA- REMEDY There is probably no medicine made that te relied upon with more implicit confidence loan Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century in which it has been in use Qple have learned that it the- onetemedytbat never Huts When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to tulLe For sale by Cfcas G DflV1Sc 2 =T PARDONING CRIMINALS There is more thana suspicion that a strong tendeacy exists not only in this state but elsewhere towarda loosen s and lenienc in the matter of pardoning criminals The maudlin sympathy express ed by women and by some men toward criminals or those accused of some heinous crime is nsually considered as the manifestation of abnormal sentiment which ergs ilJOgiCalland imprisonment expressed by men usually of wellbalanced minds A man who commits a cold blooded murder md is sentenced to imprisonment for life should not be pardoned He may have a good record as a prisoner he may have a good record as a prisoner andIIno longer be a menace to the community if allowed to go at large but the argument against his released is based upon grounds which are not affected by these factsThe purpose of punishment for crime should never be for motives of revenge it should be based upon two grounds and two only the prevention of subsequent criminals acts upon the part of the criminal himself and its deterrent effect upon others Now it does not show that this effect in the latter instance is seriously weakened when a pract ice ij made of pardoning criminals and especially in the case of those serving a life sentence- A man who committs coldblood ed murder deliberately puts him self outside the pale of human sympathy he should not be treated with cruelty or unkindness but he should expire either by death or by life imprisonment release from which should be hopeless the results of his crime The strongest argnment in our mind the only argument which anbe regarded as even partially tenable in for of capitol punishment exists in the fact that the frequent misuse of the pardon ing power serves to minimize the dread of punishment on the part of the prospective criminal Fearing not immediate death even if discovered and convicted and rclying upon the probability of pardon after a few years he takes chances which he would be disin dined to take if he knew that life imprisonment in name meant life imprisonment in reality The enactment of a law to the eftect that men convicted of murder in the first degree should not be pardoned under any circumstance would be furtile since subsequent legislatures wonld be able to ape peal it but if public sentiment was sufficently aroused and ex pressed with unhesitating firmness and clearness week kneed exec utives and careless legislative bodies would cease turning loose upon the community men who have been convicted of the crime which only God can forgive and of weakening the influence upon the quasi criminal class which is one of the chief purposes of punishment GOOD WORDS FOR CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Edward Phillips of Barclay Md writes I wish to tell you that I can recommend Chamber lains 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 wel as ever This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Rear Admiral Joseph N Hemp hill commanding the American squadron now visiting Yokohama was received in audience by the Emperor of Japan Gov Wilson has returned to Frankfort He may not take up the Powers and Howard pardon case for a week- 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 the most obstinate coughs or colds and prevents serious results Refuse substitutes CASTOaJADia f3lpJ1ttlrt el tbblha COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- R B Hatchers Admi- nistratrixPlaintiffvs QpmmissioDers Sale W H Forbes Defendant AND Jason Brown Plaintiff vs Commissioners Sale W H Forbes cDefendants- By virture of a judgement aud order 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 courthouse in Mt Vernon Kentucky Rockcastle county to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Mon day the 25th day of May i9oS between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M being regular county court dav on a credit of six months the following described proderty towit One steam saw mill consisting ot engine boiler saw carriage cab mandelledger belts pulleys and appurtenances belonging to said millAlso the team of mules wagons harnes and the spoke mill machin ery now located or located at the 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 fiudahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me ofan annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under guarantee at Ohas C Davis drug store The appropriations of this session of Congress will almost reach the billion mark the ex penditures authorised for the coming fiscal year being the greatest in the history of the United States VALUED SAME AS GOLD BG 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 or biliousness Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davi drug store 250 FOR SALE As I am going to leave for other parts or 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 Landlays well 21 acres ofgrowing 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 TYREE Brodhead Ky Mr John Riha ot Vining la says 1 have been selling DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satis faction than any pill I eer sold There are a dozen pet ple here who have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I have used them myself with fine results Sold by Chas C Davis The electric light power and water plants of Mayfield were oestroyed by fire The factories and newspapers will he compelled to shut down for som time aud the residents were without water 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 1 James M Saffell one of the most prominent residents of Frankfort was found in his room with the windows closed and the gas jets tusuedon He died shortly after Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitutes but there ts only one original I s healing soothing and cooling iand is especially good for pile Sold by Chas C Davis SHERIFFS SUE By virtue of execution No 581 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Rock castle Circuit Court in favor of Mary Albrght Administratrix of J H Albright deceased against Mary E Robert Admx of J MRob erts deceased I or one of my dept uties will on the 25th day of May 1908 betwee the hours of 9 oclock a m and 3 oclock p m at Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ken tbelhlghesting property or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfv the amout of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to witt Acertain tract or boundary of landnear Brodhead beginning at a gum an outside corner to the Sol Roberts tract thence an outside line S6o E59 poles to a stake with a dogwood pointer corner in line a division corner between saidI Roberts and Eph acres thence with 2nd hole of Thompsons S23 Wsg poles and 7 links to a gum near the foot of the hill thence 824 W90 poles to a stake in the inside line with 3 hickory sapling pointers thence with outside line S554 W46 910 poles to a stake with a walnut pointer thence S86 Wi6 Doles to a fallen chestnut with pointers thence N47 W8 poles and 18 links to a stone with pointera thencs a new line N26J E200 poles to the beginning containing 5oj acres Amount to be madeDebt 100 with 6 per cent interest from the 28th day of Sept 1907 until paid Cost 5861 Levied upon as the property of J M Roberts- TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bondwith approved security Qrequired bear ing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from dav of sale and having the force and effst of a judgmentThis day of April 1908 R L McFERRON S R C By JOHN ROBINS D S A great many people imagine they have heart4rouble 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 feela depression after eating or whenever takfkodoluntil all these heart pains wit disappear Take Kodol now unti vou know you are right again jhere isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will find the truth of this statement verified after you have used Kodol for a 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 So acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Withers K- yORINO 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 substitutes Price SO KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS rWITH I I FOR Dr Kings II New Discivel1ll OUCHS IOc PRICE 100 II FreeANDGUARANTEED SATISFACIOB OR JIOKEY REFUNDED N1 A CARSON PAFNTER AN- DPAPERHANtrER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed p SPIROIPeople are very busy planting cornJ H McKinney Sold to Will Ovens two horses prce 25fI Mrs V G McKinney isited her sister Mrs Warren at Hazle Patch last weck4rs Willis Reynolds and daughter Isabel spent SiUinday night with Mrs Fred flahIis spending a few days with her grandparents Mr and Mrs HahnJ H McKlnney bought a fine mare of John Rogers FinleyIHendricks of P neville visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Marse Owens of MaretshurgMiss Hellen Sayers is spendiug a few days with friends at Brodhead Mr Dock Owens is spending this week with friends at this place W H Owens is adding a room to his storehouse Misses Sallie Thomas Martha and Pearl Ping spent Tuesday night with Mr and Mrs W H Owens on their way to the exami nation at Mt Vernon Mr W H Owens was at Mt Vernon Friday and Saturday employed as one of the board ofexaminers IT REACHED THE SPOTfi Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president ot the Adams Counts Telephone Co as well as of the Home Telephone Co ot Pike County 0says of Dr Kings mylifeIt seemed to reach the spotthe very seat9fmy coughwhen KingsNewcough spot it heals the sore spots aud the weak spots id throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Chits C Davis drug store 5CC and one roo Trial bottle free The Kentucky State Historical Society is trying to evolve a plan by which the old Statehouse may be saved The society is also planning to place markets at all points of great historical interest in the State CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED One who suffers from chronic constipation is in danger of niany serious ailments Eoleys Orino constipation restoringtheCommence taking it today and you FoleysOrinoor gripe and is pleasant to take ChasC R WDYOHENrIr D B f MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty jr6dhead Marble Workr BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D R ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist II East Chestnut Street- Louisvitle Kv Will be in Mt Vernon once a month until May C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street qpliectioijs Special attention given Phone No 80t3 CMcCLARY Undertaker Embcilrrter ComJlet I LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by attend St ed promptlyj ti- 3II CENTAsiiIatntJdpgaandBowjls of INFANTS CHILDREN Promotes DigestionclteeIDJ1i neithfiOpiwuMorphine NOT NARCOTIC JltriuoId lI11Ell jo Ifr5L1a mn1 1I I nessandLoss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK At h months old Exact Copy of Wrapper CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Boughtv Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Yea- rsCUSTOM I G C 1 1 The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grrapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Q Figs Raisons Sbreaded Wheat Evaporated Pairs Ice Cream Tell0 Baked Beans Beefst ak and Meats ofall I kinds All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 t W H CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky 3C C 3C- c4p De3c8 Ii SHOES Spring line of Shoes are in and we want iOUI say that there is no place in the county you can find a better assortment more uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIE SON p vL Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs TAKE R UIJX1 It Will Help You Its a genuine curative medicine that builds up the female system and relieves female pain wrItesBefore myleftand now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES