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A Published Every Friday fl1t JCtUiQHEstablished 1 E XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1908 NUMBER 3i TALEA- ND iA 3 x JTALKS LOUDg 5 Dont forget your cash as these are cash i prices 1 BEST i i CALICOES I 5 Cants For the next 30 days I wil sell allLio cent articles at 7 cts 25 f U iIQ ets S 0 U V 4 39 cts Vu a Ioo v 7Q cts 1 50 u V iio MENS Suits worth 1600 now 1300 K Suits worth JXoo now I2OO 6s04SuitsI YOUTHS 4 Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS Suits from 80 cents to 2 Boys Corduroy pants were f50 cuts now 39 cents Prices on Shoes the same as other goods Come while they last i Dont forget the Cash iSKIRTS F A lot of Ladies Skirts were j 3 to qnow 1150 to 25b a great bargain lot of IvinoliuniGarpet and hugs COME NOW 1 JOHNSON O K STORE Mt Vernon Ky I MT VERNONS GROWTH INDUSTRIES ETCiThe steady growth and general improvement in the town of Mt Vernon has been quite noticeable during the past two or three years Substantial business houses have been erected- A gOO number of new dwellings have hen added and others under construction and more contem platednew flouring mill will beready Willigrind ugh grade product The largest stone crusher plant in Kentucky is being installedat Sparda near town limits which will give emplbyment to frorn 125 to 156 men regularly Population doubled since iqoo Prohibition reigns Founded 1810 Two artesian wells of 1000 feet in depth capable of furnishing water for several manufacturers An abundance of finest nearly ice cold water in wells and numer ous springs including the noted Spout Spring which furnishes a supply for county buildings water works with thousands of gallons daily rippling away on its journey to the sea Well drained and typhoid fever rarely appears Most healthful community in the state according to U S census reportA telephone system Tocal and long distance giving service North East South and West Good railroad telegraphand express facilities Fine soda fountain for the thirsty with only one drawback winking at the clerk doesent put any more strength or add any spikes to the foam holders Many families have moved to town to secure the advantages of Brown Memorial the public and private schools i In the professions are dt ffs dentists lawyers professors teachers operators and trained nursesIn the trades etc mercantile all lines jewelers shop drug stores millinery stores hotel and boarding houses restaurants butcher shop blacksmiths and wagonmakers machinists painters paperhangers vehicle and ma chinery dealers coal grain and ice dealers liverv stables and undertakers Two banks in the townAn old established lime kiln that ships products the year around The home of the most extensive stone and sand ballast contractor south of the Ohio and whose out put is mostly produced from Rockcastle material and labor and whose monthly pay rolls foot up into thousands A splendid local weekly news paper with a good circulation and the best equipped and most up to date printing office in south eastern Kentucky which does a big run of home work as well as great quantities of job work orders from surrounding counties as far east as Virginia and Tennessee and out into central portion of this state Fine calendar work is one of SIGNALS specialties- A mile of new pavements and sidewalks have been made within past two years Low town taxes Five tears exemption from town taxes to new manufacturing enter prizes locating within its limits Polic records show it to be the quietest and most peaceful town of its population in the state The merchants business and professional men have long since thrown aside trade jealousy and anything that smacks of unfairness in business rivalry and rub right up along side of the golden rule and are always glad to lend a help ing hand to a weaker brother in trade at the time he most needs it In amusements the town has a good baseball team Some of the contemplated public improvements laid out macadamiz ing Williams stieet also Popular street to intersect with proposed turnpike from Spar la to town limits extension of turnpikes to limits on North South East and West concrete pavements for various sidewalks on main and J other streets r Prospects for alarge number of dwellings to be erected this year The Masons are talking of sell ing their present lodge rooms and erecting a three story brick business office and lodge room building somewhere dn Main street The Odd Fellows are contem plating the erection ofa brick building the first floor for stores and the other stories for offices and lodge rooms Secret orders have a large membership The masons have the following strong lodges Blue Lodge Royal Arch Chapter and Council Both Masons and Odd Fellows are increasing their membership much faster than for yearsThree denominations have church buildings the Christian Baptist and Presbyterian Two farm products in abundance at reasonable rates Two printing offices A saw and plaining mill Much lumber staves etc is yet being shipped- Is now the leading wheat market of the county A good summer resort Coolest place in the mountains Catches all the wandering breezesIs II feet above sea level Employment for all workers The loafers organizations and clubs have surrendered their charter disbanded and gone to work or fled to high timber Main street has many fine shade treesSpleudid building stone within town limits i Oceans of fine commercial sand within a mile of town Fine timber within easy reach tp THINKS IT SAVED His LIrE Lester M Nelson of Naples Name says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings Ndw Did coverv many years for coughs and colds und I think it life 1 have found it a reliable rfliedy for throat and lung complatuts and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventative of pneumonia and a healer of weak lungs it has no epual Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and i Trial bottle free FAIR DATES The following is a list of Ken tucks Fair dates so far as reported Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester August 44 days Danville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesville August 114 days BIMXpHEAD 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 Monticellp September 8 4 days Mrs S loyce Claremont N H writes About a year ago I bought two bottle of Foleys Kidney Remedy It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend it Sold by Chas C Davis LAND STOCII AND CROP FOR SALE Cedar posts any size or length H J MUUINS June II3t Mt Vernon Ky NOT i EMy yearling bull Moberly will be permitted to serve a few cows at 100 MODE CRAWFORD June 263t Brodhead Ky FOR SALEI have in my hands for sale one good house and lot in Brodhead and six good farm adja cent to the corporate limits of the town Those wishing to buy prop erty should see me before purchasing I have some splendid bar gains to offer W A TYREE 683tf Brodhead Ky DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very short time strengthen the weakened kidneys and allay troubles arrising from inflarnation of the bladder they are recom byChas IIaooi i B IBeingoverstocked on certain lines it is i necessary we run our stock down and in order to do so we offer our entire stock of U Shoes CfofMng and Motions gAtSO Per Cent Discount iOress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and r Cailcoes go at a discount of 15 PER CENTa R KRUEGER S SON Mt Vernon Y l Kentuckyl3Ir Phone 87 c o J3c PINE HILL Quite a crowd from here attended court at Mt Vernon Monday Mr and Mrs L G Falin returned home Saturday after a several da ys visit with relatives at Jove an- dCorbinMr and Mrs Jas Meadows of Mt Vernon spent Sunday with relatives hereMr and Mrs G Mullins spent Sunday in Orlando Miss Nell McFerron returned home from Mt Vernon MondayMiss Byrda McHargue was visiting at Orlando and Wildie last weekMr Prall Reed took L G Falins place while he was gone Mrs Elza Langlord went to London Sunday to see her husband who is in the Infirmary there Mrs Nancy McHargue has about recovered from a severe spell of scikness Dr and Mrs Hendren and little daughter returned to their home at Blanche Ky Mon dayGay Johnson who had his hand hurt in a ball game some weeks ago was in Mt Vernon Tuesday to see a Doctor Mrs Tom Manuel was shopping in Mt Vernon Monday Dave Mullins went back to Hazle Patch Mon day to finish hauling telephone polesDEADMrlohn Lunce of this place died at his home Saturday evening He had been sick some weeks with cancer of stomach and his death was not unexpected He was buried Sunday evening at this place He leaves a wife and large family to mourn his loss 5 A GRAND FAMILY MEDICINE It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Aouston Street New It is a grand family YorkI dyspepsia and liver while for lame back and weak kidI eeys it cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regu late the digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vig or and vitality to the weak and de bilifated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store oc IOlErSIlOm TAR fer skUdreiu jgft1Mf s Jle ZsfN E c i B r s1tt ttttttttttt tttttttttttttttttt IJut ISeeelved0 r Spring and Summer Line of g Dry Goods and Notions 3 E Which will be sold at lowest prices to be found any = where Also full line ofjust received w =gg which will be sold at bottom prices =w r+ H Staple and Fancy Groceries 3SEE kept continually on hand at lowest prices 1 J JI STOKES wCreek= Three miles South of Mt Vernon w s= P S Remember that in connection we have a gener =al blacksmith p Wagon making andrepairing a =specialty = 1111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111 lV I L DIE We had a heavy rain Tuesday neededMr1Granville place has moved to Brush Creek Dr Hugh Gibson of Richmond was called to see Mr Jas Brown Monday who remains very poorly Mrs Frank Coyle of Berea is spending a few days here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Will Hayes Mart Jones was in Louis yule last weekMrs Laura Manus and children were visiting Mrs Elbert Mason of Dudley Saturday and Sunday Edith Laswell has whooping cough Mrs George Johnson passed through here Sunday on her way to visit her father Mr James Berry The two Dalton children who have been confined with typhoid for several weeks are convalescent Dr and Mrs W D Laswell were called to Brush Creek Satur day on account of the death of the infant of Mr and Mrs Wilmer Chestnut It died of pneumonia feverand whooping cough complicated Stephen Durhams children are convalescent after a long Beige of typhoid feverAunt Ann Philips was in Mt Vernon Mon isIsewing machine agent was in our town lastweekMrs Jesse Proctor is on the sick listMra- nd Mrs Wm Manus were visiting at Dudley SundayMisses Anna Proctor and Ann Branaman were visiting Mrs Lucy Reynolds of Livingston last week Stomache troubles are very com mon in the summer time and you should not only be very careful about what you eat just now but more than that you should be care ful not to allow your stomache to become disordered and when the stomach goes wrong take Kodoi This is the best known preparation todayforstomache trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold here by Chas C Davis ICharles P Hawes has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Tenth district MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 26 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATK DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HAVl Y HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for County 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 FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We artS authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party Grover Cleveland former Presi dent of the United States died suddenly at his home Westland at Princeton N J at 840 oclock Wednesday morning Death was due to heart failure complicated with other diseases The passing away of Mr Cleveland was not immediately announced but was delayed until an official statement had been prepared by the physicians who had attended him in the various periods of his illness Mr Clevelandwas 71 years old on March 18 last During the past winter Mr Cleveland kept close to his home in Princeton until the approach of his birthday when he went to Lakewood with his family He was a trustee of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York City and up to the the time of his going to Lakewood had attended to correspondence in connection with his duties for that society The funeral will be held today at Westland and will he strictly private soEPITOMIZED LIFE OF GRO VER CLEVELAND Born in Caldwell Essex county N J March 18 1337 Received an academical education at Fayettesville and Clinton the latter in Oneida county New York Father died in 1853 and he went to New York and was bookkeeper and teacher in Institute for Blind Moved to Buffalo in 1855 Be came clerk in a law office and was admitteed to the bar in 1859 Assistant District Attornev of Erie county 18636 Sheiiff of Erie county 18704 Elected Mayor of Buffalo in 1881 Elected Governor of New York the following year Elected President of the United States in 1883 Broke all records by vetoing 115 out of 987 bills Married Francis Folsom in the June 2 1884 JDuring term Washington Montana North Dakota and South Dakota were admitted to statehood Was nominee for same office in iSSS but was defeated by Benja min Harrison Again elected President in 1892 Settled Venezuela boundary dispute in 1895 Retired to private life but always was prominent in move ments for public welfare Elected trustee Equitable Life Assurance Society of United States June 10 1905 Died at his home in Princeton N J June 24 1908 Lincoln Neb June 24The following tribute to former Presi dent Grover Cleveland was written this evening by W J Bryan The death of exPresident Gro ver Cleveland brings to a sudden end the phenomenal career ofone of the strongest characters known to the political world during the present generation Like every commanding figure he had zealous supporters and earnest opponents but those who differed from him were as ready as his warmest friends to concede to him the pos leadershiprowas deliberate in action firm in conviction and ever ready to accept responsibility for what he did Few men have exerted a more positive influence on those associated with them We are not far enough from the period in which his work was done to measure accurately his place in history but the qualities which made him great are a part of the Nations heritage and universal sorrow is felt at his death Frankfort Ky June 15From- a Kentuckian who was in Frank fort today but lived in Guatemala for several years where he held a position with the Consulor Service it was learned that John Powers who was indicted for complicity in the murder of William Goebel was living in Guatemala under an assumedname The Kentuckian returned only a short time ago Hesays that two years ago a man good looking and tall came to that country and gave the name of Payne or something like thaT He was recognized as John Powers Powers was living there two years ago and was doing well having a good position The man who was here today and gave the informa tion concerning Powers said it was some time since he had seen Powers in Guatemala and he does not know that Powers is still there but presumes he is as nothing has been heard from him for some time POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Urey Woodson secretary of the Democratic National Committee left Owensboro Sunday for Denver to open headquarters Secretary Taft is to go to New Haven Monday and has planned to remain there three days at the Yale commencement exercises The Democrats indicate an early campaign by the announcement that the Democratic Congressional Committee will issue its first campaign book July i Proceeding under instructions from Acting Gov Cox Adjt Gen Johnson has issued an order calling in onethird of he State Guard now on duty in the night rider district James S Sherman the Republican vice presidential nominee will return to his home city Utica N Y on Monday His fellowcitizen have promised him a warm wel come Washington reports say that MassIachusettstion for Vice President He is considered one of the strongest men in the Democratic party in the EastMr Bryan gave out a statement Saturday in which he discussed the antijunction plank in the Republican platform calling it a trans parent fraud and pointing out that it really follows almost exactly the language of the present statute Georgia Democrats will send an uninstructed delegation to Denver The State Convention voted down bya big majority a resolution indorsing Thomas E Watson for vice president The platform declares against any amendment of the prohibition laws Political features scheduled for the week are Demorcatic State Conventions in Georgia North Carolina Iowa andVermont The Georgians met in Atlanta on Tues day the North Carolinans in Charlotte the next day the Iowans in Sioux City on Thursday and the Vermonters in Burlington today The Democrats are to name the standardbearers of their party during the week beginning July 6 hence the subcommittee which has the arrangements in charge met in Denver this week Its members expect to remain on the ground until the convention con cludes its work The new Auditorium where the convention will meet was completed early this week it is expected and it will be turned over to workmen who will install the convention decorations 11EADl Several from here are attending court at Mt Vernon this week Miss Beulah Wallin and brother Homer have returned home after spending todays with their aunt Mrs J E WallinMiss Ada Wesley of Liberty is the gueEt of her grandmother Mrs Mollie E Durham Miss Alza Thompson of Mt Vernon Misses Ella Thompson and Hallie Brow and Mr Ira Holtclaw of Preachersville and Miss Lillie Albright of Barblours vine were all guests at the Al bright Hotel first of last week Walter Miller and Rals Wilmott of Lebanon Junction are at home for a few daysJohn E Evans has returned home from months trip through KentuckyI Virginia and W Virginia Miss Miranda McKenzie was the charm i Ig visitor of Miss Elizabeth Pike a few da s this weekC H Frith has returned from Chicago Ill where he has been on a prospecting tourThe HomeISociety of the Cristiau Church will present the great 5 act comedy drama entitled The Deacon at the Brodhead opera house on Sat urday night July 18 This was to have been played during Institute week but as the Institute was put off until Septembe they have decid ed on that date and will also pre sent one some night during the Institute which b gins on the first Monday in September Dont forget the Date for The Deacon Saturday night July 18 Be sure and come Mrs Monie Dunn and daughter Miss Ella spent several days of this week with Mrs J G Frith Miss Mattie Owens has returned from a weeks visit to Corbin and Keavev She was accompanied home home by Miss Lizzie Storms a beautiful girl of KeavevA large crowd attended childrens day service at Maretburg last Sunday Oc Wilmott returned to Knox ville Sunday night after spending a few days with his mother Mrs M E Wilmott Mrs Walter Miller and Mrs Maurice Frith are numbered with our sick for this weekThe largest crowd ever known on a hay ride last Friday night attended a big party at Mr and Mrs J J Smiths in the Hiatt Section There were only 44 from Brodhead to go Mr Edd Smith and Miss Lillie Smith did the entertaining and you just bet they are good too Supper was announced at the proper time and what that Brodhead crowd did for those good things was a sight We certainly appreciate Mr and Mrs Smiths hospitaiity and we all had a glorious good time We allwish to thank Mrs Mary Albright our chaparone for being so nice to us A M Hiatt has returned trom Dunmore KyMisses Ethel and Susie Hilton of Stanford visited their aunt Mrs Susie B Cherry first of weekDr W F Carter has returned from a weeks stay with his homefolks at Gratz Ky J E Wallin of Oakdale Tenn spent Sunday with his family here G Frith and son George Mc were in Lebanon Wednesday on business Amos Smith has moved into his new house in Jeffersonville- Mrs Wm Potts is occupying the one vacated by him on Main street She has moved her millinery goods into it- CONSUMPTIVES d MADE COMFORTABLE Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient consump tion and even in the advanced sta ges affords comfort and relief Re FoleysHoney A heavy windstorm blew down a tent in which 1500 persons were holdingservices at La Crosse Wis and did much damage to property throughout the county Thousands of women from all over the county will meet in Boston today to attend the biennial con vention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs which will begin today and last until July i The schedule of assets and liabilities of James H Parrish filed at Owensboro shows that Parrishs pastor his ward and his landlady are among the creditors Practically all the property listed is incumbered CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- S18nture of NEWSOFKENTUCKYTersley Matters of Current Interest f to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Hre Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largeat Im port Which Are Attracting Atten ton Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky June 24 Chairman J P Chinn has issued a call for a meeting of the state racing commis sion to be held In this city for the purpose to take action on the an nouncement of the Latonia Jockey club which Intends to permit bookmaking at Its track It Is authoritatively stat ed that four and possl ry the fifth member of the commission are opposed to betting In this state under any method other than the Parimutuels and auction pools as authorized by the Kentucky general assembly It is probable that a rule will be passed prohibiting any track licensed by the commission to allow bookmaking un der a penalty of losing the license MOTHER WALKS 150 MILES Tramps Oyer Mountains to See Sons in Reform School Lexington Ky June 24Mrs Mat tie Westmullane fiftyfive years old Chas arrived here having walked 150 miles from her home in Wayne county to see her two sons who are in the state reform school here Mrs West mullane was accompanied by her nephew and was three weeks making the journey across the mountainous country between this city and her home She had not seen or heard of the Delaware whippingpost and to the reform school about two years ago One of the boys will be released in about a month when he will beconv twenty one years old and Mrs West mullaue will seek employment here un til he comes out KEENE WILL SHIP TO ENGLAND New York Turfman Will Try to Find Market for Yearlings Lexington Ky June 24James R Keene has made up his mind to send the best of his yearlings to England He wired his manager Major Foxhall Daingerfield froin New York to make a selection of the twenty that are in his judgment the best of a crop at Castleton stud and have them In Nov York not later than Frldav afternoon Major Daingerfield arranged to have a car In readiness for loading Thursday morning at daylight and hurried out to Castleton to the task of inspect ling and selecting It is the under standing here that the yearlings are to go on bOlt sailing from New York Saturday Several other breeders here will likely also ship to England HAGGIN TO SELL HIS HORSES Will Turn Attention to Breeding Cat tie at Elmendorf Farm Lexington Ky June 24James B Haggin has announced his intention of selling all his horses at his Elmendorf farm here and turning his attention to breeding of fine cattle a nucleus of the plant having already been started His decision was caused by the passage of the antibetting law in New York which Haggin says ruins prices of horsesHaggin has at his farm here 600 stallions and mares worth 1000000 Watercress being his greatest horse he having paid 70000 for him two years ago He has several mares worth from 10000 to 15000 Pearl V is worth 20000 LAND FORFEITED TO STATE Property in Kentucky Not Listed for Taxation Lost by Owners Frankfort Ky June 24The court of appeals has delivered an opinion holding that 300000 acres of land in Pike Leslie Perry and other Eastern counties are forfeited to the common wealth for failure to list for taxation The cases affirmed are the Eastern andIInjunction Made Permanent Lexington Ky June 24At Mays ville Federal Judge Cochran sustained the motion of the Louisville Nash ville railroad to make permanent the temporary injunction restraining state railroad commission from establishing maximum rates to be charged by the railroads in Kentucky The case was argued all day by C C McChord of Louisville and Senator Thomas H Paynter for the railroad commission and Alexander P Humphrey Ed Tra beu and H Stone Louisville for the railroads Kentucky Midland Changes Hands Frankfort Ky June 24The Ken tucky Midland extending from Mad isonville to Central City has passed Into new hands The new company which retains the old name has filed articles of ncorporation The main office of the new company will be in Central City with branch offices in Chi cago and Paducah The capital stock Is 10000 TO THE INSURING PUBLICOn 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 MrI Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceII C H FRITH K careful alwqyskeep w1 Ii BALLARtfS SNOW LINIMENTA Positive Cure For Rheumatism Cuts Old Sores Sprains Wounds Stiff Joints Corns Bunions and all Ills SHE KNOWS 4berryused Snow Liniment and can say enough for it for Rheumatism and all pains It is the most useful medicine to have in the house Three Sizes 25c SOc 100x Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS NEWS ITEMS Astatement was given out at the Governors office that a report recently received from one of the most conservative officers in charge of the State troops says I am of the opinion that the withdrawal of troops would be the signal for an uprising greater than ever before The trials in the courts have thus far proved so furtile that men are emboldened to any degree of violence and are only restrained by fear of the troops r am advised that while they are not riding about the country as before the advent of the troops the night riders are still taking in new members and organizing new ledges This I believe will continue as long as the source of the trouble and the beneficiaries thereof remain un touched 11 am dping every tning possible to restore Confidence in the people in their ability Jo defend themselves a ainst this lowest form of fcowerdicWaud when the new troops become conversant with their duties hope to begin sys tematic organization of right think ing forces that will effectively overcome this wave of evil in time It is distressing indeed to see the throngs of young men that a comparatively few designing men are so easily leading to destruction This was especially impressed upon me in a courtroom the other day The Rev R H Crossfiel of Owensboio has been offered the presidency of Transylvania Uni varsitv at Lexington and has conditionally accepted COLIC AND DIARRHEA Pains in the stomach colic and di arrhoe are quickly relieved by the ase of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy When in need of such a medicine give it a trial For sale by Chas C Davis Mooot Vernon Monumental VORKSI IM anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences ZJY ew rt HI Iron Fence If J luteilfetimei l IM AJr IRo t CINCINNATIOdOye GEORGE OWENS Proid COMEAND I HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Carpefs Maffingrs and Rugs IN THE LATEST DESIGNS Ranges and Cook Sfoves Trunks and Surf Gases Upholstering and Repair work done on short notice and at a reasonable i pricet7 GNE US A CALL C C COXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 3 W Jill Great Bargains III Just back from the city and have some of the bargains to offer the people that have ever been offered them in Rockcastle Dress Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats In fact everything kept in a firstclass store Terms Cash and Produce And to those that owe me you will please come in and settle as I need the money to pay for my goods A Ca HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY c t Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid ed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings i account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the ientire amount at any time With a determination to save you T are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the ffi bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts was 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 8 THE BANK OF MT VERNONf INCORPORATED k MT VERNON KENTUCKY 4 X ttttttIt1J1tI1tI1tljftT VERNON DjKKBT DO 1 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS =3 AND- EMBALMERS S 3l- it Vernon Kyrg COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3j = Coffins and Robes =r w gE Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = 5 work for the company = Cr Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points rs H AS FURNISH WH KRUECERfi E Pnone Proprietors =f 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111J11111111111l1 111iJ1111111111 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY June 26 190s 79 Call up No 70 whenyou want to Corn muni cato with SIGNAL 791 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 34 a 23 south 124 p 21 South 1220 a ui AS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofiice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Uncle James Myers was in town first two days of court Mrs B J Bethurum is with relatives here during conrt Mesdames Mattie and Lena Law rence made a flying trip to Stanford Miss Tanna Thompson is visiting her grandmother Mrs W M PoynterJudges J W Alcorn and T Z Morrow were visiting attorneys this week Mrs Laura Proctor who has been very sick for several days is much better Victor Bullock a son of J J Bullock is very low from the effects of measles Dr G B Lawrence arrived from Hyden Tuesday He will probably remain in Rockcastle Mrs J F Griffin has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Wallen near Gum Sulphur Mesdames J Fish and Jones Hiatt are visiting their sister Mrs H C Catron in Lincoln Miss Maude Graham has returned to her home at New Hope after a pleasant visit to Miss Anna Tate Mrs H D Forbes and two children of near Richmond Ky were visiting her daughter Mrs W A B Davis last week Mrs Mollie Dwight returned to her home in Berea Monday after spending a week here with her sis ter Mrs Felix Bowman Mr OE Gipson who has been here most of the week on the Rigs by case says that his wife who has been very sick since last September is improving rapidly now and it is thought she will soon recover Miss Pet Sayers of Spokane Washington but formerly of this county is visiting the families of J F Griffin and S C Franklin Miss Sayers left this county about eighteen years ago and has since that time been engaged in teaching in the west Elza Langford continues to im prove and hopes to be able to re turn home in about two weeks W J McLemore of Blanche was in London Sunday He told us that his brother Shade McLemore of Wilton had been very ill of ap pendicitis but is convalescent London Sentinel e LOCAL Entries to the 200 saddle Stake at Crab Orchard Fair closes July nth 1908 send in your entries to Secy Bronaugh before that dateI The premium list of the great Crab Orchard Fair is out an d it is a hummer Those who have not received one write the Secretary for it NOTICE The taxpayers are- Sheriffsherby notified that the tax books for 1908 are now ready and I or either my deputies are ready to receive your taxes R L McLERRON S R C The L N R R will sell tickets to Crab Orchard July 15 16 17 on account of the fair from Louisville Middlesbore Saxton Winchester and all intermediate points at one fare plus 25 round trip good returning the 18th Stock shipped over this road to Crab Orchard Fair will be returne free On the 29th day of April 1893 J J Bullock and his two sons W C and R fl Bullock cut on the back of a tortoise the nameof W C Bullock and that date an turned it loose They thought no more about it until the loth day of June 1908 more than fifteen years from that time R H tortoiseIwhere it was left The name and back was perfectly plain Iion A financial statement of the town will appear in next issue Sparks and Davis will have the rounditrip tickets to Lebanon Ky July 16 to 25th inclusive for 248 round trip limit July 27 account of the Central Kentucky Chautau qua FOURTH OF JULY RATKS The L N will sell tickets July 2 3 and 4 limited to July 8th at one roundm Nmsystem These same rates are good on tickets over participating lines Full information can be obtained from agent- VANWINKLE B o u L w A R E It came as quite a surprise to a very large majority of our people when the news was heralded over town last Monday morning that Mr John W Vanwinkle of Berea and Mrs Lou Boulware had been unit ed in the holy bonds of matrimony on the night before Rev Maters of the Christian church officiated Mr Vanwinkle who for many has been a leading educator is a gentleman of rare attainments and character but with all that he may justly feel that he has won a great victory in being able to claim as his life companion and help meet one so noble in mind and pure in heart as she who is now Mrs Vanwinkle CIRCUIT COTRT The June term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge M L Jarvis on the bench and Commonwealths At torney B J Bethurum at his post of duty The following gentlemen were selected as jurors GRAND JURY George Deathridge Taylor Clark Jonas Brown Richard Barnett Jotham Brown Julian Bordes M G McKinney J M Lear J W Baker J C Bullen J D Penn ington A J Sams foreman PETIT JURY Joe Wilson John Hibbard W M Barron C C Cromer Jason Robinson John Grider R J Ab ney J L Rash Chas Mullins Thos PhilbeckEd Fletcher Frank Adams Cam Mullins Ransom Brown M C Owens P Q Griffin W A Bloomer Frank Cottongim H Coffey Isaac Herron Gran Cummins Henry Parkeison Alfred Bryant and John Mullins The following cases have been tried or otherwise disposed of James Dyer false swearing case dismissed R P Norton for at tempting to rescue a prisoner from an officer case dismissed Mat Foure Jlor selling intoxicating drinKs dismissed George Hall for concealed weapons 25 and cost Op Whitaker Thomas Ball Eil Ping and Bud Mize George Ar nold and Caleb Mullins 20 and cost for gaming George Mullins 25 and cost for a pistol Jeff Dowell for malicious hcoting and wounding case dismissed The case against Per Rigsby for the killing of Greely Lear was call ed Tuesday and the same went to the jury Wednesday There were two speeches Atty C C Williams for the defense and Common wealths Attorney B J Bethurum for the prosecution The foilow ing gentlemen sat as jurors in the caseFrank Adams Thomas Phil beck Gran Cummins Jason Robinson John Hibbard M C Owens Frank Mullins E J Williams S S Kelly Alfred Bryant Ransom Brown and O Gipson After being out about six hours the jury returned a verdict of guilty fixing Rigsbys punishment at con finement in the penitentiary for a period of two years The verdict came as quite a surprise to th large majority of those who hear the trial as the evidence showed that Lear fired the first shot and every point in the testimony was made in Rigsbvs favor Anew fordThe case of Jud Hatcher fo shooting and wounding Charley Thompson at Friendship church last January was called Wednesday and went to the jury yesterday a i 0 cIocki cosdt an cost tor concealed weapons Ji A Bullock acquitted on charge of conducting a gambling house The case against R P Pike for killing of Toe Mize will be called this afternoon both sides having announced ready y q ee0 0 ea eee aoee ec a QiltS IaaIfilj II i oeI Do Genuine Valuese9 I8 V4 li e i Appeal to Yflll r ot roaova If They Do Then Dont Miss These00 j If WE DO THE BUSINESSOQ 001THEREASONS ARE PLAINtJlI SeI1fugggcaO9 o 0 If you really want to buy a Genuine Bargain in a Suit or pair of Odd Trousers for yourselfor Jgg your boys now is the time to buy and here is the place esO i MENS FINE 1000 SUITS NOW AT 849ttO offy MENSt FINE 1250 SUITS NOW AT 999eo Hi MENS FINE 1350 SUITS NOW AT 1098toG op MENS FINE 1500 SUITS NOW AT 1198woQl 1 MENSFINE 350 ODD PANTS NOW 275uoco r 25 BOYS and CHILDRENS KNEE PANT SUITS99- III AT ABOUT HALF PRICE a These are the greatest values in Clothing ever shown in this town and we have always 009l shown bargains We have them all the year round But at this time we have some EXTRAOOQ III VALUES Come get your choice while they last you will be pleased with our goods OFeoa ogA WE CARRY AN UPTODATE HJJ1NDb Only a small crowd was present at the beginning of court Monday Only those who had business came and many of those left as soon as they could arrange to get out of town POST OFFICE HouRsThrought- he summer months post office hours will be as follows Week days 630 A M to 8 P M Sundays 800 A141 to 1000 A M 12 M to 230 P MToO P M to 800 P M Marshal John McKenzie came near losing his residence by fire last Monday A spark from the kitchen flue set the roof Fortunately however the flames were extinguished before any very serious damage was done Our monument man George Owens shipped to Fountain Head Tenn Monday two handsome monuments one to be erected to the grave of the late H R Fish and one to his son Minor both of whom are buried at Fountain Head Mr Owens will leave the first of next week to set the stones BALL GAME About the best game of ball ever played on Mt Vernons grounds was witnessed here Tuesday morning between the Mt Vernon and Livingston nines The Score stood 8 to 5 in favor of Livingston and while Livingston carried off the honors yet the Mt Vernon boys may well leel proud of the splendid work The Mt Vernon boys say they would rather lose in an 8 to 5 game than to wi gamedwith Livingston as soon a practicable We call the attention ofour reades to the announcements which ear in the thre Langford merchant as a candidate for Assessor and the other two TaYfortof Jailer Neither of the men above- mentioned need any recommenda tion from us and those affiliated with the Republican party at recognitionstanding and service rendered the party by each We know them to menI f and the good service we render you Remember if you buy one of these Suits and are not satisfied sayso and get your money back CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOES oloeoeeeeeeeeeoeoeeeseeoseooeoseeeeeeroe o nt J The Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute will be held at BrodI head beginning Monday Sept 14 1908 I have changed the date for reasons better known to myself but which are all good All teachers in the county holding cer tificates are required to attend the full five days Fee 1 I should think that all schools of the county should begin not later than the second Monday in July RespectfullyG County Supt PiZ eeii RAM District SundaySchool Convention- To Be Held at Pine Hill Sat urchiy July n 1908 1000 Song service 1015 Devotional conducted by Rev M G Fish 1030 Welcome addressWm Cottongim 1040 Response Jacob Sambrook 1050 Purpose and Mission ofSun daySchools and SuptsBy li2o Song by children 1125 Report of Delegates and rollcall of Schools NOON 130 Song 135 Prayer Rev Fred Seals 140 Deportment of the Modern SundaySchool Mrs Ed Woodall Mrs J R Carter Supernintending dMrHacket Williamss2IsTbe Winning and holding the boys Rev A J Pike 230 General discussion Subjct What is that in Thine Hand 250 How to secure regular attendance Rev M G Fish J D McFerron 300 Song by Audience 305 Election of officers and se lection of place for next Con vention 330 Song and offering Dinner to be served on the ground All Sunday School work ers are cordially invited M G FISH County Pres MRS A H MCFERRON v County Secy J F Griffin was appointed Tuesday as Trustee of the Jury Fnnd of Rockcastle to succeed J Fishwhose term expired on May 28th Mr Griffin was the only applicant for the office The Mt Vernon ball team will play the Crab Orchard nine on Mt Vernons grounds this afternoon Mt Vernon goes to Loudon to morrow where they will cross bats with Londons crack nine FOR SALEOne set of Black Smith and Wagon Workers Tools The sets are complete and com OLLIE B CASS- oBrodbead Ky Eight resolutions defining the attitude and scope of the Interna tional Sundayscool Association Presented by the Rev Dr E Y Mullins of Louisville were unanimously adopted before the twelfth triennial convention closed Its ses sions Tuesday night The resolu tions are concise and comprehen sive and constitute a common ap proved working ground for all denominations which are embraced in the organization The Crittendon county grad jury returned 81 indictments for night riding De Wills Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills resold by Cas C Davis For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years 1 Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doItsbowels constipated For the best possible results you should take laxative doses of AVers Pins while taking the Sarsaparilla R1TM Xade f Ayer Co Lowell XMO IAlso manufacturers or lJers VIGORIi Wo have no eeorets the formulas of all WepubUshI MAKE MY STORE YOUR MEAD QUARTERS WHILE IN TOWN s oaoaseooItIIJohn W McDonald once secretary of the Kentucky Board of Prison Commissioners died Sunday at China Grove N C William B Roberts who had served as private secretary to three Indiana Governors and to Senator Beveridge died Sunday in Evans ville The government will be asked to establish a remount station for the breeding of cavalry horses near Lexington Acting Gov Cox pardoned ten convicts from the Frankfort peni tentiary Nine or crp led or blind OAS TO a ABears the wYOU SHOULD KNOW THIS Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and blad der trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Cavis OOOOOO r 9 OO OOOOOO ceO Certain relief and usually complete recovery ea twill result from the following treatment y 0 Hope rest fresh aIr and Scott f 2 Emulsion e5ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO OOOOOOOOOO 90 OO METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN HOCKCASTLE TO BUY Dug Stationey jigarjs Tobacco paint Oil and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A peoWf S C DAVIS Prop PHONE 53 MAIN STREET MT YEBNON KY GRANVILLE OWENSI- UNDERTAKERI I BrodheadKy IJJCOMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robe All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled rUNCE TAKS Ill Orders by Wire Promptly Filled I WI MT VERNON KY The Campaign Is OnI WHO WILL JJE PRESIDENT To iorm 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 SI25 DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES I2O WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December i 08 This gives you a live metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election Order to day as subscript ion 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 eitherotthe above Dailies until December i for only 200 This special campaign offer is in effect only during June July and August and no subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circum your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIERJOURNAL Big cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are healed quickly by DeWitts Wit h Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Be sure to get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis Twentyfour companies manufacturing manilla wrapping paper pleaded guilty to violating the Shermon antitrust law in the Federal Court in New York and were fined 1000 each John H Parks who headed the combine and is under indictment has fled to Europe The Weather Bureau promises relief from the intense heat that has prevailed and local showers and thunderstorms are expected in the Ohio Valley Many prostrations are reported in the larger cities The Central Christian church congregation at Lexington will vote in ths fall on a resolution to bar from active membership those who do not attend church regularly and fail to pay their dues Tired mothers worn out by the peevish Cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and child ren and is especially good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harm ful drugs Sold by Chas C Davis William J Bryan gave out a statement Tuesday in which he says the Republican platform is a silent repudiation of every reform which the President advocated The instrument he regards as a sweepingvictory for the stand pat element of the party The Henry county Fiscal Court required Judge Hill to dismiss the tobacco guards employed by claim ing their services were not Taft has written an article for Colliers Weekly on his conception ol the presidency Lincoln and Roosevelt are his provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestive juices and it is through these juices that the food we eat is acted upon in such a way as to produce the rich red blood that flows through the veins of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robust and it is the weakening of these digestive juices that destroys health It is our own fault if we destroy our own health and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order When you need to take something take it promptly but take something you know is reliablesome thing like Kodol for dyspepsia and indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take it is reliable and is guaran teed to give relief It is sold by Chas C Davis OLETUONETTAR Guru CeldM Prevents Poiumesbi Our line of Couch Caskets i1 JtrisHandmade Coffinsfurnislie 1 U ftheilAll IOL ideasNaturebas COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 FOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION IFor 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 rale ot 125 has been 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 expireISend in yonr orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Wattersou 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 conditions The Times i the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This is to certify that I have used Foleys Orino Lax adve for chronic constipation and it has proven without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy foi this trouble and it with pleasure I offer my conscientious reference Sold by Chas C Davis HITES Cream Vermifuge THE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC THE BallardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUIS MO Sold by Chas C Davis Do NOT NEGLECT THE CHILDREN At this season of the year the first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention The best thing that can be given is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhce Remedy fol lowed by castor oil as directedwith each bottle of the remedy For sale bv Chas C Davis The Citizen Bank of Dover Ky closed its doors Monday The- bank was capitalized at 7500 with deposits amounting to only 7000 It is claimed the closing of the theIrecent closing of a bank at Aber deen Ohio Not a cent ofmoney or a piece of paper was found in the bank EVERY MAN His OWN DOCTOR The average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight ailment or injury that may occur in the family nor can he af ford to neglect them as so slight pinhasof a limb Hence every man must from necessity be his own doctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treat ment which can only be had when handChamberlains n the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation They sell for 25 cents a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com CoughRemedyand whoopingcough Chamber lains Pain Balm an antiseptic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swellings lame back and rheumatic pains Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for coustipatiou biliusness and stom ach troubles Chanberlains Salve for diseases of the skin One bot tle of each of these five prepara byChas What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we as a nation overate so now we are under eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus tain life and to give strength to compete in this busy world It is not however the fact that you may eat too much that hurts you but that you dont digest what you eat And II that results in dyspepsia you will not cure the trouble by cutting down your food supply If your digestive organs were creating theproper amount of gastric and peptic juices you would have no dyspepsia To cure he disease you must create an abundance of these necessary juices This can only be done by a reliable tonic laxa CaldwcllsSyrupneeded to do this Take it regularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each tle and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and any of the accompanying symptoms such as heartburn sour stomach bloated stomacnhives pimples sallow complexion wind on the stomach etc Every bottle carries with it an abso gentleits taste and be pleased with its action One of the great friends of this remedy Is Harry F Keator a lieutenant in one of the Chi cago companies that fought at the battle ot Santiago While in the wet trenches and eat ing the rough food of a soldier he contracted severe dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly A friend in the regiment called his attention to promptlybeganpoundsYour at 50 cents sr Si and you will find it worth a hundred times that to you FREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr Syrup Pepsin buy ing have a free sample bottle sent to their addressing the This is to thatth remedy as is to taken it Send for It any symptoms of or disease yet most for THE VERDICTuNo So Sure as PEPSIN This bears purity guarantee Washington PEPSIN SYRUP CO 110 Galtlwcll Bldg Koniicello CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BALM It is an antiseptic liniment am prevents blood poisoning resultim rom a Cut bruise or burn It al s i canses the parts to heal without maturation and in much less time nan wheu the usual treatment i employed It allays the Dain of v burn almost instantly For sale by Chas C Davis Booker T Washington addressed an audience composed of white and colored people at the Masonic Theater last night saying that nc I only must the negro work reliable but that he must also be progress ive In the afternoon Dr Wash ington told the Industrial Schoo children how he started as school janitor Taft and Foraker are believed to have reached an agreement where by the Senator will be reelected in turn for his efforts to line up the Ohio negro vote for the Republican ticket THE BESTfPILLS EVER SOLD After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the best gills ever cold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N Crpold under guarantee a Chas C Davis drug store soc A member of the subcoramitte of the National Republican Com mittee has stated in Washington that Frank H Hitchcock will be selected as chairman of the National Republican Committee KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS IIIII FOR OUCHS PRICE 100 I FreeANDGUARANTEEDSATISFACTOR OR MONEY REPU- NDEDonNo 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 Pries SOo =yr W A CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERHANhER I WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed IV CORKS CAUSE EXPLOSION Cause of Accident on HamburgAmerl can Ship Arcadia Philadelphia Pa June 24The in vestigation into the cause of the explo sion on board the HamburgAmerican line steamer Arcadia at Its pier in the Delaware river seems to develop the fact beyond reasonable doubt that the damage was caused by the explosion of a lot of knall corks consigned in bond to the revenue agent at Chicago There were sixteen cases of these corks in hold No4 whre the explosion occurred There were nearly 1 000000 corks in the consignment and but three cases had been removed when the accident occurred The knall corks are an ordinary cork about threequarters of an inch in diameter and one inch long A hole about threeeights of an inch in diam eter is bored in the small end of the cork and this is filled with a brown powder which the authorities say is a powerful explosive It was the dis charga from these corks it is held that made the indentures in the steel bulkhead and gave the impression thai scrap metal and bullets from a bomb caused the marks UNDER NASTY CHARGE St Louis Liquor Salesman Accused of Circulating Obscene Literature Chattanooga Tenn June 24The Hamilton county grand jury has re turned a presentment against Lee Levy of St Louis dealer in gin charging him with circulating obscene litera ture A traveling salesman named Greenwald living in Memphis who has sold the Levy gin in this city was also made the subject of a presentment carrying the same charge At the same sitting the grand jury found formal charges against five local liquor dealers They are charged with exhibiting obscene pictures in their places of business Levy the St Louis man will hardly he extradited unless it appears that Governor Folk is anxious that he brought to a trial on this charge and therefore willing to issue his warrant for the arrest BIGGEST IN THE WORLD Cement and Coal Plant In Mobile to Have This Distinction Chattanooga T nn June 24De tails for the organization of the largest cement and coal plant in the world and the only one which will be on tide water have been completed in this city between the directors of the Mobile Portland Cement company and Wm J Oliver the railroad contractor It was Incorporated last week in Port land Me with a capital stock of 6 000000 common and 3060000 prefer red stock1he formal organization and election of stockholders will oc cur at Mobile Among the directors are Uniyd States Treasurer C H Treatt E L Russell vicepresident of the Mobile Ohio railroad Pat J Lyon Mobiles millionaire mayor W W Finley president of the Southern railroad and many others Commissions Exclusive Power Guthrie Okla June 24A decision handed down by Justice Kane of the state supreme court affirms the exclusive power of the corporation commission to fix railroad rates within the state subject to appeal from their action to the supreme court The case in question was an appeal by the Rock Island railroad from an injunction pre venting it from enforcing an increas ed rate on grain between certain points The restraining order was granted by a territorial district court Will Use Oil for Fuel Washington June 24Oil burning boilers are to be installed on the ten torpedo boat destroyers authorized by the last naval appropriation bill These will be the first test of fuel burning boilers in the American navy The vessels will be equipped with facilities for using coal as fuel in the event the oil boilers are not a success These destroyers are to cost exclusive of arm ament 800000 each Killed by Lightning in Church Greenville S C June 24During the progress of a Sundayschool con vention at Sandy Springs church a bolt of lightning passed through the roof of the church and instantly kill ed Mr and Mrs Wilton Lenderman at the same time knocking their yearold baby from Mr Lendermans arms The child was picked up unhurt His Love Was Unrequited Dubuque la June 24Mrs Olloway was shot and killed today by Harry Crawford a wealthy retired farmer near Deecorah Ia He then killed himself with the same weapon It Is said that Crawford was in love with Mrs Olloway but that she did not re turn his affection Recount Nearing An End New York June 24The recount of the mayoralty election of 1905 nears its close and it is expected that by Thursday all the contents of the ballot boxes will have been examined There have been 1460 boxes reopened so far showing a gain for Hearst of 588 votes Girls Skull Fractured Frankfort Ky June 24Miss Ice lake Comly seventeen years old was perhaps fatally hurt in a runaway at Forest She Jumped from the buggy and her skull was fractured NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to be made for Foleys Honey and Tar the well known remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles The fact that more bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar areused than any other cough remedy is the best testimonial of its great merit Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar costs you no more and is safe and sure Sold by Ohas C Davis r LANGFORDI W H two killed by a train Tuesday This makes niue hogs one cow two mules and one calf in the last vear Uncle Bob Leger is havinghiS dwelling improved by building a new pnarch in front and a new roof Uncle Marvel Coffey remains very feebe Tom Baker and wife were in Mt Vernon Thursday having some dental work done W H Baker is having a spleni dd trade at the store and mill Miss Mamie Lee is reported sickj Lots of whooping cough neighborhood The people at Langford will have ice cream at the Langford school house on July 4th for the benefit of the church Ever body invited Little Mamie Baker spent last week at Couway Rev C i Wilson passed through here Mon day on his way home fiom Maca donia where he and Rev Phelps have has a wonderful meeting with fifteen additions Call at W H Bakers any time for best home ground mel The Kenti cky Free Stone Co is doing a gouu businessThe seem to be enj oying themselves this summer on the banks of Roundstone fishing W H Baker bought of Torn Taylor a cow for 30 Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufferer from kidney issise so that at times I could hardly get out of bed and when Itiit j could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy One dollar bottle and part of the second cured me entire ly Foleys Kidney Remedy works wonders when others are a total failure 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 BUCKLINS ARNICA SALVE WINS Torn Moore ot Rural Route i Cochran Ga writes I hadibad sore come on the instep ofmy foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve Less than hall of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store A Texas mob hanged and shoi nine negroes at Hemphill The negroes were in jail on the charge of killing a white man R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rpdhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSDentist t At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTQRNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor 01 The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer CompleteINE of Caskets c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky ZIon a 4 4ccjt 0 Ex C CENTAXsirailating HieFoodanilRegula ting tIle andBowels of Promotes DigestionJCto NOT NARCOTIC i Rrr2eoIOfJJ1rS47l1LffJ1F71jiz IIaJt1J1l + JlJIttlft J1iseSttd + Wbtyten17tmr I ect HonSourStomchDtarrhoea WorrnsCoiwalsioTtsfevErisrV nessandloss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK crt0act Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought Bears of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA aeac8 The New Store to Carmicals for IGo Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts iApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream JellO Baked t Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall l kinds xlAll goods delivered in town When you J want groceries call Phone 561N iNdCARMICAL f COito Bank of Mt Vernon x 33CSHOES dur Spring line of Shoes are in and we want to say that there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more rf stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LW CUTS g Call and examine We are glad to show you whether you buy or not J McKENZIE SON Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo Ind as told below proves the curative properties of Ithat wellknown Warwick says female remedy Wine of Cardui 1 TAKE Always the- Signature CARDWIIt sliouldersljmbsvousness fainting spells and other female troubles I was almost dead Three doctors did not help me obtamed I would have been dead Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STOEM