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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f4 U bl is hed Every- Friday i MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 23 1908NIINII3ER4 I I ITALKflAND TALKS L UDi Dont forget your c as these are cash Shi f prices f5J BES- TCALICOES 5 Cents For the next 30 days- I will sell all g 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts 25 u 19 cts 56 SI H 39cts 1bK 1p 7Qcts TrO MENSli Suits worth 1600 now 1700 Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now Qooi Suits worth 8 0o now 650 Suits worth 756 now 550f- j YZ v YOUTHS i Suits worth 550 now 400 CHILDRENS f Suits from 80 cents to 2 B Boys Corduroy pants were cents now 31 cents v i50 S Prices on Shoes the same as other goods Camewhl1e they las- tDont j forget the Cash SKIRTS 1 4E A lot of Ladies Skirts were 113 to 4now i5o IQ25O- aI great bargain y f Ivf f I A lot of LinollumCarpet and Rugs I COME NO- WGITIJOHNSON j JxL iN t fe K STORE Mt VernonKy w w 6 s 7 fr r r nunt ttnplil Ignul 1I1VQLlJMEXXll BROOKE Al John Robins and Dr Percy Ben ton attended Grand Lodge at Louis ville this weekMr and Mrs J Thos Cherry are visiting in Louis- villeB Lebanon Junction and Hud genville this week Victor C Tate of Mt Vernon was acting during Postmaster Robins absence We I are glad to see our fellow towns man Ezra Testerman able to be on the streets againRohert G Wilj1 mutt came over from Nepton and spent Tuesday with home folks Miss Bettie Hicks visited Miss Jennie Davis at Mt Vernon the first of the week9rs Walter Miller has retuined from a ten days r visit to Knoxville and Williams burg Andrew Johnson of Wil f more Kv and Roy Minks of Moreland Ky visited their cousin Miss Bettie Hicks at this place the first of the weekR L Smith is visiting in Preachersvilie this week l The temperance lecture at the i Baptist Church last Sunday night brought out a large crowd Miss Elizabeth Tharp was awarded the prize at the Tacky Party at the RosIrhas returned to Corbin after spend ing a week with home folks Mrs L B Hilton came upirom Stanford Saturday and spent several days with her mother Mrs J R Cass Judge W R Cress and others will speak here Monday night in the interest of the Democratic ticket Dont fail to hear them Mrs J W Tate has returned home tram a two weeks visit to Mt Sterling Irvine Richmond and Lexington CAN A CHRISTIAN VOTE FOR TAFT It is by no means necessary foi Mr Taft to be defeated by an op posing candidate to get rid of hint If the Christian ministers of this nationhadlbecoura eofrheir convictions and would prove themselves the friend of Him they call Saviour the matter would be early settled Suppose that on next Sunday every Christian minister should proclaim to the world the iniquity of electing Mr Taft what would be the result In less than lone week the National Republican togetherIthe race and another candidate would fill his place The preachers will not do their luty at least a part of them wiHi r not h refore there ia nothing for Christian people to do except to vote against the electors who are pledged to support Taft Many ministers of the gospel are more devoted to their political party than they are to their Christ Thus they willingly deny their Christ and many of them will so far forget t their duty to their Christ as to vote j for a man who says there is no Christ Thus they are willing to deny their Christ in order that their political party may triumph II such deny their Christ here He will deny them on the day of judg ment 1 he writer defies any one to point t toa single Christian nation on c1eniest tbet1 10 better than an infidel Each individual who helps to do this will oe held individually responsible Gospel Herald At any time when your stomach is not in good condition you should take Kodol because Kodol ligests all the food you eatandt supplies health and strength for he stomach in that way You cake Kodol just for a little while vhen you have slight attacks of Indigestion and you take it just a ittle longer in order to get relief from severe attacks of lndigestion or Nervious Dyspepsia Try Kodol qday Sold bv Chas C Davis Five persons lost their lives at P intsville when the residence of M s Lisa Lavender was burned G o Stafford two daughters and aI s n were burned to death and Mrs S iffords neck was broken when s e jumped from a second story window DeWitts Little Early Risers the amous little liver pil3 They are byChas LIV1NU10rfs0r Mr Jacob Sambfpok was in Louisville this weekMrs Kate McGee of Crab Orchard is the guest of her daughter Mrs J H- BrowningMr George French visited the family or Mr G D COOK last week Mrs R H Roberts and son of Ford are visiting her husband here for a few days Mrs Marv Payne of Altamont is visiting her sister Mrs Sue Mu- linsMrl J T Adams of Mt Vernon is down looking after his tISams are the proud parents of a fin- ebovMr and Mrs M Elmore of Stanford are visiting Mr and Mrs Westerfield Mr Rf sh Johnson of Louisville was calling on one ot our most popular young ladies undayMrs Ben Sutton of Level Green is visiting her daughter Mrs J E Woodall Mr and Mrs Harry McGee are visiting relatives- in LouisvilleWH Anderson isIhere looking after business matter The coal mines recently run by Mr Johnson are now running in full blast managed by Mr Bill Belou Four more extra trains have been put on the road out of LivingstonElectric lights is now all the talk of the town at present which we hope to have added to our many other improvements Bill Rowe of Mt Vernon was int town this weekMr and Mrs Moss Mullins have returned from an extended visit at Mullins Sta tionMrs Joe Childress visited relatives hereSund yMrWiII- Fi b of Mt Vernon was in town SundayJ ittle George Sambrook of London College visited his parents here Saturday and Sunday Mrs W W Wright visited herd tighter at London where she is attending schooLQuite a crowd partook uf a bountiful dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Jake Pike Tuesday Those P resent were Mesdames J H Browning J B Hayes George Griffin J T Uhu ning Nora Jenkins Clara Hayes Rebecca Winter Sue Mullins Min nie Anderson Aunt AnneOwens and Mrs Kate McGee of Cra Orchard The day was spent rev pleasantly in various kinds of amusements PUBLIC SALE Our lease with Uncle Samhaving pratically expired and having de cided to quit business and retire to private life we the undersigned will offer at public sale at our residence at the Capitol at Washin 4tIh y v iig described property to wit One elephant about 45 years olc1 one financial panic old enough to wean sired by the gold bugs and damned by everyloly one repu lican platform as good as new b somewhat tnossvvorn one big stick slightly impaired by over work one republican machine the same being somewhat out of repair one financial system well supplied with clearance house and a little cash 5000000 Ted bears old dinner pails andnth articles too dumerous to mention Stesparty affiliations or previous politi cal servitude is invited to attend this sale It is expected that mo of the articles herein mentioned be bid on by the Stand Patters but everything will be on the square and all articles will be sold There will be no byholders Possessiori of property will be given March 4 1909 Roast crow will be served on the grounds by the Young Mens Republican Club This sale will positively take place on the date mentioned regardless of the weath cr COL ROCBZFELLER COLV MORGAN Cojc HARRIMAN i G o P Managers JOHN R WALSH Clerk LaxativeCoaghSyrup because it not only heals irritation cougbbutsystems through its laxative princi pie by assuring a free and gentle action of the bowels and that is the only way to cure a cold You cant Lure it as long as you are constipated Insist upon Kenne dys Laxative Dough Syrup Sold by Chas CDavis V 4 QUAIL A protracted meeting began at conductedIbY Ind to the Rev Martin Owens residence recently purchased from the Owens heirsWm Scott isi very low with pneumonia bronchial troubleBorn to wife of Wm Taylor on the tbeI girlMrs Robt Turner and Sarah Delaney were the guests at J W Stringers from Friday uutil Sunday Wheat sowing is the order of the dayJacob Elder and wife of Brodhead were in this part of the county the past week visit rug relativesThe whooping cough is still raging from place to place Miss Addie Davis remains in a very critical conditionSam Proctor says he enjoyed the smiles of his best girl Sunday lastDavid Elder is numbered among the sick Laura the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Wade Proctor is very low with consumption caused by whooping cough settling on her lungsH G Sutton and wife are in the west looking out a location L M Owens made a flying trip to Preachersville Wednesdav Earnie Herri is doing some car entering in Mt VernonThe report was that Eugene Abbott fell from the house top of Dr South aids residence at Bee Lick and broke his back Havnt heard whether said report was true or not Johnson and Burk are doing splendidly with their saw mill LEYEL GREEN There were quite a number of our citizens in Mt Vernon Satur dayMrs Katie Catron has returned from London after a months visit with relatives Wheal sowing will soon be over in this vicinity and the acreage is greater than any previous vear inasmuch as Cricket ONeal has s awn four acresProf Jams Martin of Woodstock is teaching q cass In vocal music atFriendship Jasper the youngest son of J J Brown has been very sick for a ew days but is now improving we GeorgiaYfriends at Level Green Sunday Misses Katie and Lura Price visited Miss Lelia McQuary Sunday eve- ningDr John Brown the skilled veterinarian of Walnut Grove was called to this place Monday on professional business Estel the junior son of Dr Price of this importantgafternoon Attorney R L Brown of Somerset spent Sunday last with home folks at Level Green Only two more weeks and we will send Brvan galloping on to the Whit- eBouseHon R H Thomlinson hursuterest of the Democratic ticket Misses Velma Sowder and Emma Hamm have entered Brown Memo rial School at Mt Vernon from this placeA C Herrin from SundetThe young folks of Level Green were royally entertained at the home of Win H Brown last Fri day evening by a musicale given by W T Todd and Master Harve Brownil John Durand who translated in to English the historical works of H A Taine is dead He was a well known member of the Ameri can colony of Paris Frauce There were fortythree new cases of cholera and ten deaths from the discease in St Petersburg during the twenty four hours ending at noon Monday WOMAN 1NTERSUPTS POLITICAL SPEAKER- A well dressed woman interrupted a political speaker recently by continually coughing It she had taken Foleys Honey and Tar it would have cured her cough quickly expelled the cold from her system The genuine Foley s Honey and Tar contains no opiates and is in a yellow package Re fuse substitutes Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the yellow package OTO XA Beu8tHaKL1I1IIItIII I To 1887 A CH RMINfi YOUNG MOTHER SAYS WantTo Mothers Established II MxsE IBROOxs FFMHM FOhFFFJWeak Exhausted Peru na Gave New Life Mrs E W Brooks 5115 S Steele St South Tacoma Wash writes I I want to recommend Peruaa to mothers When my little girl came strengthuIy mother bought mo a bottle of Peruna after I had tried several other much advertised remedies without relief I had little faith as I was very weak but within a week after I had commenced taking Peruna 1 was like af different woman New life and vitality seemed to come each day until in a few weeks I f I medicinelIhand as a few doses will set me right when I am feeling badly t Catarrh of Ears Mrs G TV Heard Hempstead Texas writes in regard to her son Carl My sons ears had been affected since lie was a baby He seemed to have risings in his head Ho would be very fretful for several days then his ears would run profusely what appeared to be corruption The last year I thought he had almost lost his hearing and had a local physician treating him for about six weeks pronounced People Objectto Liquid Medicines Should PerunaTablets IIII UNDERTAKER 1 now In J J S5 S 55 YOUR Mrs Mary ofNo 228 8th Ave San recom for trouble She says for the won Bitters in acute this am fully that forstomach and bles Bitters is the best on the today tonic and the system the and is in of female ness 50C at Chas E Davis F JK He him well and for a few weeks he not troubled since that time the from his ears was almost constant and very of fensive Finally began giving him Peruna and Xiacnpia and after he had taken two bottles of the Lacupia he was on tirely cured cannot praise Lacupia and Peruna Who Buy I U Our line of Caskets is unexcelled w Handmade Coffinsfnrnislied t il1theAll Orders by Promptly Filled LPhonetlttttttfitt1titttttt ttttttJttttttttttttttlttt1J w orw FaFand Winter Line I vwofw o w DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS w + Are nIr ingalso 2ww Shoes for Fall and Winter J these goods I have some great bargains to offer F STOKES On East Fork Skoggs Creek 3 VernonwP Remember that in connection we have a srener Enl blacksmith Wagon making and repairing a3S specialty U1UHU1UU1U1UUU1UU1UUU U1U1Ul1UU1UJUUUUUUUl1U HOW IS DIGESTION Dowling Francisco mends a remedy stomach Gratitude derful effect of Electric acaseof indigestion prompts testimonial I convinced livertrou Electric remedy market This great slterative medicine invigorates purifies blood especially helpful all forms weak drugstore y was but discharge I I enough Couch Stt Wire shop SEVEN YEARS OF PROOF IeI have had seven years of paoof that Dr Kings New Discovery is tha bese medicine to take for coughs anb colds and for every diseasee of V throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world 9ftbatthe best remedy for coughs andp colds la grippe and hay fever brotchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and early stages of consumption Its timely use always pre vents the development of pneumonia Sold EDavtsdrugstore bottle free V 1 kI IT 4 c C I I I l 94f MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Oct 23 1908 Publishd every Friday by I EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ioo Advertising application rates made known on MEMBER OF K ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOQIATIO 1 t t DEMOCRATIC TICKET i J FOR PRESIDENT j Wm JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska V FOR VICE PRESIDENT TOHN W KERN of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM l ANNOUNCEMENTS FQF COUNTY JUDCE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion o 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 are authorized to announce W A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of l Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As i sessor of Rockcastle County subject to t he action of the Republican party THE distinguished President of Princetfin University is down on athletics and secret Greek letter societies In a recent address at Haverford College at the seventy fifth anniversary of that institution he spoke very emphatically saying The nation needs trained and dis ciplined men men who know and who can think men who can per ceive and interpret vhose minds are accustomed to difficult tasks whose faculties are instruments of precision and whose judgments are steadied by knowledge Such men the nation is not getting from the present college life and cannot get until that life is organized in a dif ferent spirit and for a different pur pose Athletics are overdone The troube is men are not interested in study They have no time for it One of the bright students once told me he had no time to take up a certain line of study as he was too busy running the college He was looked up to bythe undergraduates for suggestions and in izing all kinds ofclubsIPOLITICS AND POLITICIANS W J Bryan and W H Taft dis cuss the Philippine question in ar ticles puolishedin the current isste ofan Eastern magazine Richard Croker has wired from Dublin Ireland 1000 for the national Democratic campaign fund and 500 for the New York State tcampaigu in behalf of Lewis S Chandler President Roosevelt has signed a contract with the Outlook of New Yorlr to act as an associate editor of that publication alter his retirement from the presidency in I March next at1severalmade the charge that the Republi can party was raising a corruption fund in order to buy the election Mr Bryan was met by immense rowdsat all points itf Illinois t t 0 IIr William J Bryan made a series of sixteen speeches in Ohio Wed nesday being greeted by tremen dons crowds at every stop Throughout the trip the enthusi asm was great and Mr Bryan spoke vigorously At East Liverpool and Steubenville the throngs were so great as to cause alarm lest so e1 one be injured At the former place the crowd began swaying and several women fainted and Mr Bryan was compelled to suspend his remarks 98 PER CENT OF LABOR FOR BRYAN A dispatch from Dayton 0 says The Ohio Federation of Labor open edits twenty fifth annual conven tion in Central Trades Labor Hall with a large attendance and several distinguished visitors including Samuel Gompers President of the American Fcderation of Labor Mr Gompers who arrived frc m Buffalo was so weary this morning that he postponed his address until the afternoon After the creden tints report had ben received the labor leader appeared On the plat form at Eagles Hall and delivered a characteristic address In an interview Mr Gompers talkedon the political situation He said that 98 per cent of the members of the American Federa tion of Labor would vote the Dem ocratic ticket this fall When asked as to his opinion of the prospects in the sections of the country he had visited he replied CIt is not an opinion it is a conviction Voters are lcang the Republican ranks in swarms and W J Bryan will sweep the country JI When quizzed as to whether or not he could deliver the vote of the American Federation of Labor to the Democratic party he took exception to the word deliver and cried Hold I undertake to deliver no votes at all except my own I do not traffic in votes I advise our friends to vote for Mr Bryan and the Democratic candi dates for Congress o SPECTACULAR RACING Soldiers Take Part In Days Events at Douglas Parkr Louisville Ky Oct 9A large crowd attended the races at Douglas park Thursday It was soldiers day 700 enlisted men and officers who are here on an army tournament being present Enlisted men took part in two events both of which were spec tacularIn cavalary cup handicap Grimes ran away and ran through a fence Mr Matthews his rider was not seriously injured In the Roman race four soldiers raced each on two horses The men stood as they rode and a pretty contest resulted Mr Haught was the winner by two lengths Infant threw Mr Douglas and ran through a fence and it looked like a serious accident but neither horse nor rider was seriously injured SENTENCED FOR COINING This Quartet Worked Slot Machines With Spurious Clarksburg W Va NicklesI they had pleaded guilty to charges of counterfeiting Judge Dayton in fed eral court here sentenced P T Ecker and S Ecker to four years in the state penitentiary Floyn Hyatt to two years and Minnie Hathaway to one year and Imposed a fine of 500 on each of them They were arrested at Bellaire 0 two weeks ago after Working slot machines at that place and Wheeling with spurious nickles Club Keeper Arrested Paris Ill Oct 9An attempt to evade the local option law by estab lishing a club wherein each member buys his own portion of the stock and draws upon the same at Ids pleasure has drawn the fire of the temperance forces who will test the legality of the cheme The club is in the charge of John Craig a former saloon keeper who is paid a stipulated consideration for ice and storage by the members Craig was arrested yesterday on the charge of keeping a tippling house contrary to law and the case will have a hearing at the next term of the coun ty court Grand Duchess Goes to Convent St Petersburg Oct 9 Grand Duchess Elizabeth widow of Grand Dulce Sergius who was assassinated iat Moscow in February of 1905 has re tired to a Russian convent near Mos cow She may decide to take the veil Since the death of her husband and the marriage of her adopted daughter Marie to Prince William of Sweden the grand duchess has withdrawn al most entirely from society Wheels Bride to Station Mt Vernon Ill Oct 9Harry Heid len bridegrom of one hour wheeled his wife who was Miss Ethel Barton through the streets in a wheelbarrow to the railway station The perform ance was compulsory through an ar rangement with club friends HeIdler is a young business man here Shot Widow and Escaped Cairo Ill Oct 9Mrs Ellen Mc Clarney a widow was shot and in stantly killed here by Walter Davidge Davidge was outwith the sixteenyear old daughter of Mrs McClarney She followed them and made an attack on Davidge Ha shot her and then es caned OOXCE Mr and Mrs Joshua Boreing of Livir gs on ae visiting Mrs Bore ings parents Mr and Mrs Marion TreadwayWm Hickeys house and most all of its contents were destroyed by fire Saturday night Mr Jones Apee of Hamilton Ohio is visiting relatives hereIti- s rumored that we pre 10 have a wedding sooiIMr and Mrs E S Owens are visiting relatives at BereaMr C L Riddell was up- from Farriston a few hours Sunday LucY1Valkerreturn eJ to her home at Covington KyI Rev C 0 Wilson filled his appointment here SundayJ Green Riddell went to Livingston Thursday on busmess ARE YOU ONLY HALF ALIVE People with kidney trouble are so weak and exhausted that they are only half alive KOleys Krd ney Kemedy makes healthy kid nes restores lost vitality and weak delicate people are restored FolevsINEWS ITEMS numberinIthe county opening was Miss May A Miser of Kennebec S D Forest fires are causing heavy damages in various localities in Pennsylvania New York and the New England States IThe Colonnader the most sul building on the Chautauqua assembly grounds at Jamestown N Y was destroyed by fire No new losses have been report ed from the fire stricken regions of Northern Michigan and ihe danger now seems to be largely over Judge James Wortham one of the best known lawyers in Kentucky died of stomach trouble after several weeks illness at Leitchfield Col J F Adams of St Louis a Confederate veteran was found wandering on the streets of Cleve land 0 and died soon afterward Nght riders warned J W Clinkenbeard a candidate for Mag istrate in Bath county to withdraw Mr Clinkenbeard took an active part in the effort to bring the guilty to justice following several brn burnings last spring The battleships Maine and Ala oama which went in advance of the American fleet on the voyage around the world have arrivedat their respective ports Portsmouth N H and New York in good shape upUsedforMr W C Bott a Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic in his praise of Chamberlains cough Remedy His childre have all been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years and though they much feared the croup his wife and he whenIa Remedy was in the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed failed to effect speedy eure He hun recommended it to friends and neighbors and all who unequaledforFor sale by Chas C Davis Does the BabyThriveIf wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs Scotts Emulsion It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requ- iresSCOTTS EMULSION Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Send this advertisement together with name of paper in which it appears your address and four cents to cover postage and we will send you a Complete Handy Atlas of the World SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SL New York Five persons lost their lives it Paiiitsville when the residence of Mrs Li7a Lavender was burned Go Stafford two daughters at da- s u were burned to death and Mrs Staffords neck was broken when she jumped frouia second story window r 1or Qimic Sprains and Swellings jOmd- I Novuember 1901 I caught cold and hid thequircy il throat was swollen so Icould hardly reathe I appllied Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me relief in a liorttitne In two daya i was al- lnightsis Mrs L Cousins Otter burn Mich Chamberlains Pain Balm is alinameut and is wellingsllFor LAND FOR SALEIiIoo acres of wila timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east ot depot in the town of Livingston Kentucky and the other tracks in the vicinity ol Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurelcounties and all on the Louisville Nashville R R except tracks 2 and 6 and these two are within a halt mile of the rail road TRACK i5n acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 in vain of coal Well watertd most of it adapted to cultivation TRACK 2 50 acres adjoining the lands of Jim McGuire Lee Arnold and Henry Owns Some timber coal good land TRVCK 3 300 acres in town of Livingston Some timber coal good mineral spring land well watered can be cultivated TRACK 4 250 acres located on west side of Rockcastle River Fairly timbered well watered coal- a good portion can be cultivated TRACK 5 200 acres located on Rockcastle River Wellwatered some timber coa1i adapted to cultivation TRACK 6 200 acres located in Laurel county on county line between Laurel and Rockcastle and near Livingston Coal some timber well watered adopted to cultivation For further information call on or address L W Bethurum Mt Vernon Kertucky Kodol is a combinslion of the naural digestive juices and it digests all classes of food and every kind of fcod so vou see it will do the work that the stomach itselt does The only difference between it and the stomach is the stomach can get out of order aud Kodo can not Uut Kodol can put the stomach into good order Buy Kodol today It is guaranteed Sold by Chas C DavisWhat Would You Do If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks And if you should get well after usIing only 1200 worth Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like condition to do I have to thank you for saving my wifes life two years ago We hart continued with the doctor until the third doctor like the two previous onen said that nothing could be dono for her that she had better be taken home from the hospital to quietly wait her time which would not be over 6 weeks at the most I brought her hctoio and then I thought probably Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine might help her so I got a bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills and commenced to give them to her We soon seen an improvement and encouraged by this we continued giv ing the medicine We gave her eleven bottles in all of the medicine She takes it occasionally now if she feels the need I am in the ministry and have been for 44 years REV P MILLIGAN Genda Springs Kans Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It fails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r Wi A CARSON PAINTER AND PAPERHAHliER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed MARRIED MAN IN TROUBLE A married man who permits any member of the family to take any thing except Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung tronble is gnilty of neglect Noth ing is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and is in a yellow package i A crefiil Ii wife will always jBALLtRD5 A Positive Cure For SoresSprains l Corns Bunions and all Ill SHE KNOWS Stanberry JrsayBallard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS SAVED HIS BOYS LIFE Mv three year old boy was cOn- stipated had a Ligh fever and was r in an awful condition I gave him two dozes of Foleys Orino Laxative y and the next morning his fever was all gone and he was en tirely well A Wolkush Casimer Wis Chas C Davis f Thewheat market opened easy in Chicago Monday owing to a 1 moderate decline at Liverpool but soon rallied on fair demand by 1 commission houses all of the initial J loss being regained CASTORIAFor file Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of The Fall race meeting began Monday at Latonia the Eastern system of bookmaking taking the place of the parimutuel machines No action had vet been takenby the j State Racing Commission WATCHED FIFTEEN YEARS For ffifteen years I have watch- d J the workiug of Bucklins Ainica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulcer or burn to which it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25C at Chas E Davis drug store wiiCr- eam Vermifuge THE WORM Ii REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI BYBallardSnow Co- ST LOUIS MO DavisIMount Vernon Monumental VORKSI M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application 5St17c E Iron j Fence Cheaper than wood Will last a lifetime ihignst l U1M MwARld1ROM47A CINCINNATI O deilfcs of Iron i en ctUJ bjae sosCaUsed =as cfEO4 QWENS Propv w Joi rrV WT ii 1 a OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN FURNITURE Comforts Counterpanes and BTankefs7 i Carpets Maffings and Rugs x g T Window Shades and Lace Curfain57 j Ranges and Sfoves7 In j J andsee for yourself that our line is firstclass anduptodate and that our prices are right X We also carry window sash and doors GiveusacalL i CCMOX iOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 3 3 oc r 4 Jr s SUMMER GOODS For the next few days I will offer some of the best bargains ever offered on Summer Such a- sSilks GoodsI t White Goods Lawns Etc And in fact all kinds of dress goods SttIighestprice for country produce I tA q HIATTIIHIATT ll j ==Sgoecggae the Savings Account Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is inited As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may Le added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are 1 idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the J entire amount atany time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Vhnot lend your money to the I l bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts J regular a you willcall at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON fINCORPORATED j 4 MT VERNON KENTUCKY k3ct- 4T ttttt1tttt1tttttttttttt1tttJ1ttt1tttt1t1tfttttttt1t1tt1 VERNON WZIET CD IPRACTICAL 3rFUNERAL AND S EMBALMERS 3Mt Vernon Ky 3 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes 3 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Ess work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all poi- ntsABFURNISHWHKRUECER E2 3I Pnone Proprietors 1111111111111111111l111111111111111111111Jf 111111 11 11111111111111111J f 1ttrJ J fl til I It 2wt It 4o 4rSi 7 IT VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY Oct 23 1908 I 79 Call up No 79 whoa you want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 340 a m 23 south A 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second clas mail matter PERSONAL eOcar Bryant is telegraphing at Uncle Dick Johnson continues r quite feeble Mrs Nannie Albright continues very sick and is gradually growing weakerMr and Mrs Sam McHargue inwEre in from Oak Hill Thursday shoppingMrs Richardson spent Sat urday until Wednesday with rela lives here Conn Brown is bolding down the agency at this point during Mr Landrums absences Mrs W L Richards and daugh ter Miss Sadie spent Monday and r Tuesday in Louisville Miss Montye Martin has return ed from a two months visit with her sister in Lynchburg J J Cook has been elected to take the Knight Templar degree it Lebanon on the 26th inst Misses Montie Martin and Jen nie Davis are visiting Mrs John Moore at Berea this week fMrs Eliza Parks of Nevada Mo is with relatives in Mt Vernou for a several weeks visit Mr S H Martin is in Stanford to consult with the physicians there about a growth on his neck d Attorney W Brown and Mr J A andrum are in Louisville at tending the Grand Lodge of Masons Mr and Mrs Dee Bryant were called here Monday on account of the almost sudden death of Mr Bryants father Robert Carmical who has been r mining at Kimberly Tenn this summer is visiting his father Chas Carmical near here Cashier M B Salin was in Louisville Tuesday and says that the Bryan speaking was the biggest thing he has ever seen Dr M L Myers represented Mt Vernon Chapter 140 R A M at the meeting of the Grand Chap ter at Louisville this week Rev William Williams is in at tendance at the Grand Lodge of Masons Louisvile as the repre sentative of Dudley Lodge Mrs C D Sutton has been very sick this week Charley McKen zie has charge of her school at Chestnut Grove during her illness U S Marshal Geo Thompson came down from East Bernstadt Thursday and rounded up some more of the booze sellers here Dr Moss Gibson was over from Richmond yesterday to see Mrs t Nannie Albright in consultation with Dr Lovell He found nothing at all encouraging Mr L T Houk was here from Friday until Sunday to see his sis ter Mrs Nannie Albright Mr Houk will leave with those of his family who have not already gone an Nov 3rd for New Mexico His son Edd who has been so low with typhoid fever is better Prof S F Bowman and the i writer spent Saturday and Sunday last at the beautiful country home fJ of Mr and Mrs James Berry near J Disputanta We were given a most r cordial welcome and were entertain ed by them and their two daugh- tersv Misses Ida and M rtieand son John in a royal manner Will Mullins is at home from Frankfort for a few days visit to his parents Mr and Mrs H J Mullins Since Will was released from the pen he has been working j for a planning mill company and unfortunately lost one of his fingers by one of the saws He is looking goodHealth h r1 LOCALv Joe Hansels hoase and most all the contents were destroyed by flue last week Mrs Lee Carter of Langford died l Thursday after an illness ot several weeks- Remember the speaking at Livingston tomorrow night by Judge W R Cress andHon F R Harrison Judge W R Cress and Hon F R Harrison will speak in the court house here Monday at 2 oclock and at Brodhead at 7 oclock Be sure and hear them Tip Langford has purchased the residence of Marshal Smith on Richmond street known as the Mrs McFerron property and is soon to become a citizen of cur town Mrs Hamp Dalton was adjudged insane Tuesday and sent to the in sane asylum at Lexington Jailer O V Jarrett took her She is in a very serious condition and has been for several days W J Rider has begun making block for the concrete fence in front of W j Sparks property Mr Sparks will also put down a con crete walk in front of his property extending out Richmond street CARD OF THANKS To the good people of Mt Vernon who were so extremely kind to my father du ring his last hours I wish to ex press my heartfelt appreciation DEE BRYANT FRESH MEATSI can furnish choice steak at 10 cents Roast 6 7 and 8 cents pork in the piece 10 cents and ham sliced 1234 cents Open at all timesS W PREWITT The contractors for the new road bridge across Roundstone creek are now busy putting the bridge across This will help the people in that vicinity a great deal as Roundstone is not fordable at that point but a short time in winter The court room was well filled withappreciative listeners to hear the speech of exLieutenant Gov W P Thorne Wednesday after noon Gov Thome is one of the most entertaining speakers in the state and his speeclhad its weight His arraignment of Judge Tafts religious views was most impres sive and made one we know of if not more votes for the matchless Bryan Gov Thome spoke Wed nesday night at Brodhead whee he was greeted by another appreciative audience Mr Frank Bryant aged about 65 died of heart trouble Monday night after an illness of only a few hours Mr Bryant had been an invalid for more than thirty years suffering from a curvature of the spine although he was able up till almost the last to go about and do ltght work He leaves three children Dee L N conductor Billv who lives in Tennessee and one daughter Short services were conducted at the Christian Church by Rev M G Fish after which the remains were laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery to await the re surrection morn NOTICE To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The Rockcastle Fiscal Court will hold its October Term beginning November 9 1908 This notice is given in order that all persons who may have claim against the county and wish to pre sent them to the aforesaid Court may have knowledge of the day on which said Court convenes The Magistrates of the county are re quested to have all road reports ready in order that they may be allowed at this term L W BETHURUM Judge Rockcastle County Court To THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE In announcing myself as a candi date for the office of Jailer ot Rock castle I have no special plea to offer why I should receive the suffrage of my Republican friends except that I am a Republican true and tried have always been one at all times exerting my best efforts for the success of the party I am a temperance man and alwas practice what I preach Should the voters in their good judgment see cause to honor me with their support I will certainly appreciate it and should I if elected ever fall short of my duties as a true and faithful officer I will willingly sur jrender my claims to said office aid step and out Yoursver truly 2 zZ 1 T PLANGiOjDl If i fiiiOeeeUee00eeeeeeee5eeeeeeee00eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 0 ea e a e e e 5 e e e e e e e e e e e e a t e5Qii fi j ftijaoeeY oo 05 i o VERNONe ii f 610oeeeeil o6p EVERY StYLE THATS WORN BY THE BEST Oa l 0qe5eat i i12 NEW YORKERS THIS SEASON IS HERE e FISH Who Fish sells SHILD BRAND CLOTHES BRAND SHOES time money trading with Come town Thursday 29th Hear Gov Willson make your headquarters FISHS CLOTHING SHOE STORK welcome PJCTURES Over Peoples Bank have your pictures made Good work reasonable figures Oct232t FRED OWENS attention nouncement Swinford candidate Jailer which appears proper place issue Swinford known many voters thecoumy wellto progressive upright farmers eastern county from political standpoint always been loyal Republican Lundy General Man ager Lonsdale Face Brick Knoxville today making preparations prepare other facilities shipping clay from laud cently purchased from John McHar Pine Hill They ship about three day Terewi1l plant Pine clay shipped Knoxville PUBLIC SPEAKING Hon 1Urum EiGentry Lewis speak interest Republican ticket following times places Pine Monday Hickory Grove Tuesday Blue Springs Wednesday Buffalo Friday Walnut Grove Speaking each place begips attend these speak jngs hear issues campaign discuss The Jadies especially vited present GRIFFIN wChw LADIES COATS We are know showing the very newest things in Ladies Semi itting Coats 52 inches long Come in and try them on and you will- want one 375 upto 1500 0C 0 t reep- 5sa 90 T9thoo i H g OVERSHOES EELTBOOT- SlIRUBBERBOOTSg b RUBBERSorALLKINDSo is He AND STAR tOO YOU can Save and by him to next the and at AND You are the you can ate We call to the an of M V as- a for a in Us in this Mr is well to of the of is one ot the do and of the side of the and a has a true and Mr T C of the Co is in town to put in sid ing and for fire the rep gue at will cars a not be any put in at Hill but all will be to t B J Bet and S D will in the of the at the and Hill Oct 26 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 31 Sat Oct 31 at at invitedJt and the of the ed are in to be tf t J F R C C r 2 i f l f CLOTHING CLOTHES kind take look SHIELD BRANDB rhre L ts OQd ShQ0S butIi 1tffBR D SHrlJrsARrSE r It is better to wear Star Shoes than to you had GIVE THESE KNIVES AWAY during the next thirty days with LADLES SOCIETY SHOES at 350 We hahdlelNothing but Strictly Highgrade up to date goods and have A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL tv u Ji bIA- pter Ji LmDIsx rrnr 1 a J HM0 d V NONS LSJ4 = CLOTHIER PRONE i7- leeeees00ae00oeoesososeo0seseeeoosoe6leseaee0eseseeoeoaoos a o0oaaa i0ml willipreachSaturday night and Sunday Gov Willson is billed to speak in Mt Vernon Thursday October 29vh The Republicans are plan ning for a great day BROWN MEMORIAL The following program will be rendered at the Literary Society this afternoon That Immigration to the United States Should Be Prohibited Affirmative James Beaty Mike KainNegativeBen Griffin Joe Mc Kenzie Recitations Virginia Martin Ruth Mullin- sMusicDuet by Anna May Mill r and Blanche Crawford There will be a match game be tween the boys of the basket ball teams Saturday afternoon at 3 00 oclock All are invited The teachers have been very busy the past week preparing the monthly reports Those having first rank in their classes this month are Primer Jesse DeBord rst Grade McKinley Pursifull ad ICbistine Davis 31 v Rtilph Powell v 4tht Will v 5th 7Emma Davis 6thcc Miller McCoy 7thcr Rtth lullins 8th IIBen Griffin ist High School Grade John D School Grade Clyde Watson f The following have not been ab sent or tarythis month Hazel- andRaYmondMtier Julian Miller McKinley and Sherman Pursifull Ada Brown Christine Davis Hazel Johnson Jennie Miller John Lan drum Maggie Jones Mabel Per kins Emma Davis Myrtle Joplin Ina McCoy Ben Griffin Ruth MullinsJD Henderson Blanche Crawford Daisy Fish and Clyde Watson Miss McCqrd and the faculty will be At Home to the friends and patrons oJFthe school Tuesday afternoon October 27 from 3 30 to 5y3P and in the evening from 8 oo to IOOQ at LangdQn Dprmitpry for Men and Boys Isell more GOOD than any man in town I sell the that fits j j Come a they are = 1000 up to 1800 Are TfR Brand wish WE INS DebateResolved Thompson Hefidersoh 2ttHiglr h Dr Donald McDonald died at Pittsburg Penn last week Dr McDonald had many warm friendsI in Mt Vernon who mourn his unItimely death Mt Vernon is the best town of its size on the map Cox Bros ate getting along nicely with their new brick furniture room and the Peoples Bank building on Main St is expected to start up any day We call attention to the an nouncement of Tip Longford as a candidate tor jailer Mr Lang ford who was born and reared in the county is well and favorably known to almost every voter in the county and from us needs no word recommendation WANTEDRed oak and white oak spokes in car load lots atan itation on the L N between Jellico Tenn and Berea on the K C branch or Crab Orchard on the K D Red oak strictly second growth White oak that shows a goodannual growth and of good weight Dimensions 3 deep 2 inches on heart 28 inches long Will give 20 for White oak and 17 for Red oak on any yard between points mentioned J L RASH Co Oct 3mo Mt Vernon Ky A Quick and Safe Remedy for Bowel Complaints Lwenty years ago Mr Oeo W discovered that Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was a quick and safe cure for bowel cpmblaints During all of these years he says Cll have used it and recommended many times and the results have never yet disappointed me Mr Brock is publisher of the Aberdeen Md Enterprise For sale by Chas C Davis WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE requires the services of a man in Mt Vernon to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods usually effective position per manent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications salary i 50 per day with commis sion option Address with references R C Peacook Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York O A T OElIABan theTheBig wtere p Z 1 +af Tired mothers worn out by the peevish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and child ren and is especially good for the ills so common in hot weather Lbok for theingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmfulI dengs Sold by Chas C If all the candidates for Congress throughout the United States have Rackibe any deficit hi post office depart ment for several months at least MIND YOUR BUSINESS If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel KingsNewness malaria and jaundice out of your system 250 at Chas E Davis drug store 0 e N e 5aPre 5 0 e o Se 4GeoQIIO it Coo Go r 000 C19 eoIVALKS 0055solvu ego 0005 6 eoo c TAKEN UpA black and white spotted sow weight about 150 ponnds marked with smoothcrap off eacb ear Came to my place about two weeks ago Owner can have same by paying all damages Oct 163t J M MIZEPine Ky How To Cura a Cold The puestion of how to cure a coldwithout unnecessary loss of time is one in which we are all more or less interested foi the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr BWL JaIlof Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for believeChamberlains be the best preperation on the market for colds j have recom mended it to my friends and they byChas= = = = = = = 5W b The Old Reliable li Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you I atIII I SSCDAVIS county J I South Side Main Street Ult MT VERNON Y mt u o 0 o = = E = me 7 GRANVILLE OWENS I 1 UNDERTAKER 1 IBrodhead Ky I r COMPLETE LINEiCoffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled l J oISt o L 1 I itt o t t j Y5 tf r J v 1 l 3 7f SETTLEMENTSHERIFF S General Funds 1 4 R L McFERRON Sheriff Dr i arc r To amount due Rock castle County for yearI1907 current to ad valor um on 1381344 at 2nctson each 100 3798 70 Toad valorum tax on K C Railroad 326050 at 27t on each 100 89664 To ad valorum tax on K D Railroad 345215 at 27t cts on each 100 949 34 To franchise on Rail roads K D K C 297867 at 27t cts on txS9J3 1Ucts on each 100 15 J2c To franchise tax on Bank of Mt Vernon 21328 at 274 cts on each 100 58 65 To franchise tax on Citiz Bank of Brodhead and Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon 124CO at 27+ cts on each 100 34 10 To tithes 2716 at 100 each 2716 00 Total 9287 681 I EOGKCASTLE COUNTY Ur hJy voucher No 658 A J Fish 400 564 W E Gravely 111 oo 651 Anna E Miller 1600 588 MJ Miller 42 64 653 J R Ballinger 2 80 594 Henry Gabbard ooo 652 Joe Vilsonj 2 oo 626 Ruckcastle H S Co 12 5o 559 Wm Wood V 6 oo- lovoo746 GM Ballard 695 Wm Wood 600 747 G M Ballard Goo oo 696 Logan Arnold 600 745 GM Ballard 72o 692 G R Robinson i2 oo 744 S B McKenzie 4 oo 690 G R Robinson 6 00 665 N S Berry 2 00 656 W M Mullins 2oo J C Wood 2 80 657 w T Smith 4oo 7ol Jrio F Nicely 2 00 H O Cable 12 oo 7o9 Jno J Baker 3 o 67o W A Jones 19 i4 712 C H Rice 2 00 7IO D N Williams 4 oo 741 F L Thompson 20 00 713 J W Tate 4 50 743 J C Caloway 4 00 698 George T Johnson 6111 735 J W Baker 00 722 LW Bethurum 600 00 736 D P Bathurum 15 00 724 W T Anderson 2 4o 00i37734 H C Kirby is oo Thompson looo do 831 G C Johnson 2 00 748 S D Lewis 600 oo 631 Mrs Hanry Reynolds lo oo E S Albright 41 75 648 John walton 4 00 738 J D Miller 15 00 659 J L Thompson 2 80 711 w J Childress lot oo 666 D C Bullins 2 00 753 R L McFerron and 702 Jarvis Brown 2 80 L W Bethurum 5o oo 119 RH Hamm 8 oo 757 Dr Walker Owens 15 oo 647 Jothan Brown 15 oo 534 M C Miller 125 oo 703 John Robins 4 oo 606 M J Miller 20 oo 704 Fred Durham 4 50 117 F L Thompson 2o oo 702 J D Hamm 4 oo 756 Neil Parrett 3o40 665 John Roberts 16 oo 749 J C Phillips 2 80 602 Sowder Owens 8 oo 623 M C Miller 13 5o 5LW Bethurum 6 00 574 Mrs M E VilmOt38 25 754 R L McFerron 2 00 78o R H Hamm 12 00 By lo per cent commission 7o7 D B Albright 3 oo on first 5ooo collected 500 00 592 J J Wood 47 15 By o4 per cent on residue 593 J J Woodr2 00 353918 141 57 1 720 J B Owens 2 4i By land sales to county 646 G S Griffin 3 56 2 52s at 27 on each too 6 94 632 Reubin Swinford 2 OBy Exonerated property 628 D C Pullins 200 24o04 at 271 cis on each J J 4o00 100 66 56 t 643 W H Jones 3 00 By Delinquent polls re coo Victor Tate 4 00 leased by order of Fiscal 340 James Maret 13 oocourt 575 00 684 O V Jarrett 756 80 By amount allowed W A 536 J 1 Bullock 5 45 B Davis for making this 558 D B Southard 15 oo settlement 15 00 525 Jesse ReynoldIS 00 G T Johnson 4 lo 645 W S Robins 7 50 765 Bradley Gilbert Co 43 40 693 GV Owens 12 uO 766 Election Commissions 18 00 686 G V Owens 2 00 760 Logan Arnold 3 oo 699 1 A Bowman 4 763 G V Owens 3 oo 550 U S Berry 39 764 G R Roberson 3 00 524 James Jordon 42 50 762 H O Cable 3 oo 723 zrr Hansel 4 oo 761 w M Wood 3 00 725 J W Phillips 2 00 7g7 w H Forbes 3 50 727 G R Reams 2oo 769 H O Cable 300 685 J F Griffin 7 5o 772 Geo Robinson t 3 00 526 00H567 S W Adkins 6 50 732 J J Bullock 25o A G Lovell 15 733SamCroutcher 300 4 729 A G Lovellr500 752 Luther Kelton 600 7x9 J D Miller 25o oo 959 s D Lewis loo oo i 568 R H Lewis 13 oo 767 Henry Roberts 10 oo R H Lewis 5ooo 771 WM Wood 3 oo 662 Luther Ketron 2 80 621 Mrs Galen Rogers 11 co- 581 W 1 Dooley 8 o5 751 John Robins 275 633 G V Owens 3 OOj627 W P Hays 2 oo 62o S F Mullins 2 6 773 Granville Owens 3 00 OQf00 558 M D Angliu 5o oo Neil Parrett 33 75 683 R L McFerron 489 84 By claim paid H o Cable 3 00 30064oQO63gir8 T A Stewartj 2P fiiv rc p p singleton 80 649 Jno C Taylor b oo ZJ r T J Nicely 6 00 635 Logan Arnold v 636 W H Jones 7o32p7c637 W H Jones 9 oo Goo Robinson 3 00 638 W H Jones 3oo 634 H O Cable 3 00 Receipts from GeneralFjmd 5928768tPaidout t 80i102f Balance 121666 Road Fund RL McFERRON Sheriff Dl iro amount due Rock f castle County as road fund for the year of 1907 to ad valorum tax one 81t4atiz fcts ty t r ens 15 Co on each 100 1748 6tf Toad valorum taxon K C Railroad 345215 at ati217ctsmieach 100 431j5 Tofranchiaetax on Rail iiir Toads K C Er D 297867 at 124 las on each 100 37i33 To franchise tax on W U T CO5500at l2i 1ct on each 100 688 To franchise tax on Bank of Mt Vern n21328 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Or By Claim paid James Baker 6 vo Alfred owens 5 0- o1E Bumgardner N Thompson 13 2- 5LN Doan 600 W A McKinney 3 75 II M Cromer 4 50 Thos Kirby 6 oo Edd Fletcher 6 20 John Pitman 1400 G S Griffin X C no G W Decker v G R Evans 4 o0 John Logsdon 6 o0 W C Thompson V 9 00- P D Ramseyh 7 0o J F Fletcher 4 50 Bill Renner 6 o0 Wade Graves v 3 m p A Reynolds 2 25 JF Nicely y 6 o0 J J Harper i 2 25 M C Doan 1 8o J C Mize 3 oo W S Pitman v 9 o0 C C Cromer a 6 00 B F Nicely 3 o0 W A Mink v 4 o0 W P Chaney i 3 00 Jas Chaney t 8 25 M C Sowder J 9 o0 J A Jones t 2 25 W A Kinser 4 50 J W MuilinsV 9 o0 Albert GriffinT 7 50 J N Griffin 6 75 J T Allen 6 o0 J C Kelleyt 9 uo W M Lovell vi 9 00 J B Pike It o0 Henry Ponder 9 oo Johny Griffin T 7 50 Frank Legeer 7 5o J B Reams 6 oo W H Reams 10 50 W A Muliins 3 5o J R Tankersley D B Langford 75o j F Jennings 4 5o Spencer Mullins 4 o0 Harne Mink 6 o0 J M McNew li L R Bond Gr nt Lovins 300 9001HughC M Mullins 8 0o Jerry Roberts 4 50 DC Ponder l0 5o J S Reppertr 6 o0 Josh Ball 4 00 T B Richols Hamm Sayers 4 65 JD Hamm Zoo t W M Poynter f 39 15 W H Tones v 31 8o r Soon J R Dotson iv 9 00 M V Swinford 21 96 J Baker 7 50 Geo Mullins 9 0oj 00IeSowder Owens 3 23 RH Hamm 22 17 J H Williams 29 25 H HWood x 6 13 M J Miller 459 11 vI D Anglin 900 Jno Cope c 3 00 Sheridan Overbeyv 12 0o Albert Alexander 8 0o Jno Abrans 13 5o J W McClelland 13 o0 Frank Baker J S Swinford 100 001LeeVrenn W C Brock L 2CO W H Leger 7 00 J Hill 4 6 oo 1G L Wrenn l0 75 ij W Phillips 6 75 75IAEli Bullin 7 to Wallas Laswell x 9 00 IJ A Croucher 9 do 9751Oranvlll ojHIW S Brannaman fi 4 00 L Thompson 500 00HHNKing 5o WM Den r8ooCFLong t 3 00 Chesley Brown 675 MF Craig 74 00 j s Purseir 1050 145QiI501rEluier7otiell at wA cts on each LOC 26 66 To fraic i1 iso tax on Cit izeris Bank of BropV hejU Peopes Bank of jvitj Vernon Ky r2400at 12 + oneach 5100 15 00 t L Total 2987 13 F M Hurst 13 45 M M Brown 9 95 Jos Blown 9 00 B L Doyle 8 25 Tart Proctor 10 06I M CvTowery 10 00J Jno Sword 11 75 Chus Wallin 15 90 B B Pursell 12 o0 JH Williams 3 oo 00IG M Sigmon 9 00 ChintLear 12 o0 Per Rigsby 9 oo Wm Owens 9 o0 James Johnson 30 00 1298 jrWShutts 7ro JA Brown 9 3- 5JS Bullock 3 75 Z Emerick 3 75- Arch Albright 8 o0 JR Taylor 1000 E L Blanton g o0 M H Brown 1125 E Bullock 8 25 Ira Wells 9 o- oSS Pursell c 1021 Neill Parrett 2 co- W A Falin 9 0o James lurk 964 D Cummins i 12 0o W P Kincer 9 o0q Jno Hamm 4 So J Mat Adams loon OF KENTUCKY RO DaviSjhaving by the for the certify the is All Given handas June BDAVIS- SpecialCommissioner Court GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup to take The new laxative Does not or nauseate Qures stomach liver troubles and constipation restoring of stomach bowels Refuse Price GOo KILL COUCHA- ND CURE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cOLDS Trlel PJUCEI AND ALL THROAT LUNGTROUBL- ESGUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OB MONEY EETUNDED For Wea- kiKidneys inflammation the dery troubles use DeWItts Kidney Bladder Pills A Weeks TrW For 25c DeWZTT c CO Chicago HI A JEWELERS EXPERIENCE 0 R KlugerThe Jeweler 1080 Indianapolis writes I was so from kid ney trouble that I hardly walk a Four of Foley cleared my complexion cured my back ache and the irregularities disap ndcan now attend to- businesseveryday Remedy to all sufferers it cured me after Viand all Jalleq n G S Cress 4 David Adams y lo W Wollin i oo W T Evans 6c o W S Debord 12 5U Gus Styverson 11 37 J B Lives iy = 9 oo Bert Owens 3 00 Jno 675- RL Bray 9on WM Price 7 5o J C Graves 12 co R U I H v5 25 Shutts i V V 2 75 Green Cress 5 To Sowder 5 5j Michell Cress s + 4 ooj Jerome Graves 50 Robert Stephens 50 Albright Adams 16 55 C H Frith 9 55 G C Fish 6 co S L Durham 8 oo D C Pullins 2 25 Thos Cherry 4 25 W S Robins 7 63 16 Hayes Wood 3 28 R L 6 94 Granville Leece 25o oo Mt Vernon loo co Chint 7 oo land sales county 2525 at 12 cts on each loo 16i By land sates exonerated property 24204 at 12t cts on each 100 30 25 By land sales04 commission on residue 295372 118 15 By land sales 02 cent commission on 295372 for disbursing same al lowed Fiscal court 59 o7 Town of Brodhead5o oo land George Fred ricks 75n 4 Receipts from Road Fund 98713 Paidout 263667 Balance 35046e i STATE KASTLE COUNTYSS I W A B an order of Rcckcastle Fiscal Court at its October Term 1907 been appointed to piake settlement with R L McFerron Sheriff of Rockcastle County year 1907 that above settlement this day rendered just and correct vouchers and evidence of debits credits are filed herewith made a part of this under my Com mifsoner 181906 W A Rockcastle Pleasant gripe and chronic by the natural action the liver and substitutes THE THE il OUCHS AND of blad urinary and backache and Ave Ind weak could hundred bottles Kidney peared and recommend Foleys Kidney as the doctors other remedies bad 00I Isaacs Smith 5251 Powder John Thos McFerron Townof Lear By to per cent per by By sales tnd and settlement this WC Virginia feet Remedy Burns bruises and scratches big acd little cuts or iu fact anything requiring a salve are quickest and dest soothed and healed be De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel salve The best sake for piles Be sure yi u get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY brickiAll Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble- Workfi KYIuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS I Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY fThestreet Special attention given1 to collections PUndertaker Y mbaimer Com fete 1Robesc Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky h Ilr The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you inthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures I iarrho3a and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSct e Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years C- ITYRHFtk XIw to say that there is no place in the countyrwhere you can find a better assortment more JvL stylish uptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES k LOW CUTS I I i Calland examine We are glad to show you w whether you buy or not aJ McKENZIESON I I The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes riFigs Raisons Slireaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall kinds All goods delivered in town When want groceries call Phone 561a W H CARMCAL Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentuckyy x Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo Ind as told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wine of Dardui Mrs Warwick says TAKE CARDUIJU It Will Help You 7I suffered from pains in my head shoulders limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills nervousness fainting spells and other female troubles I was almost dead Three doctors did not help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle ob JaJduiIAT ALL DRUGSTORES