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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt f I Published Every Friday XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUKTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 26 1909 NUMBER 2i I A FEARLESS HONEST PREACHER GIVES HK nPlllfll OF PF11tiiilllljllllhllll1l AH UptoDate Clergyman Describes- an UpteDate Household Remedy that Has Had the Test of Time and Is Known the World Over Some preachers are afraid to give an outspoken opinion on any remedy however highly they may esteem it Others are not afraid One of those who is not afraid is quoted below Read what he says He means every word of It If you doubt it write him a letter enclosing a stamp He will tell you what he thinks IRevJTPeeler J J T PEELER Hendersonville REV c writes I desire to make known for the bene litof suffering humanity my experience With Peruna- I was afflicted with catarrh of the stomach and though I tried many rem edies and applied to several doctors it was all in vain Had it not been for Peruna I believe I would have been in my grave today- I have every reason to believe that Peruna is the greatest remedy for ca tarrh known to the world Therefore I have been and shall continuo to rec ommend it to those who are unwell ouu Wlt R J t oun ton igl1I IVOLUME EV J G DUKES Pastor of the Unitarian Church at Pinetown N C writes My wife has boon in avery bad state of health for several years and noth ing seemed to do her any good until she began to use Pc run a one month ago Since then the color has returned to her face and she is gaining in flesh every day and I believe she is aweD woman today My little boy ten years old was pale and had but little life He began to use Peruna the day his mother Today his face is rosy and he is out in the yard running and jumping with the rest of the children Threat Trouble Rev H W Tate 920 Lincoln Avo Walnut Hills Cincinnati Ohio writes that for several years he has been troub led with a peculiar spasmodic affection of the throat which interfered with his vocation as a preacher He took Peru ns and his trouble disappeared I 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmnnmmlmmmmmmmm IT VERNON DMET CD PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 33MI FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND EHBAL3IKRS 3 Mt Vernon Ky 3 COUCH META LIC CASKETS 3 3ESEE work for the company 3 E Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points HI iA B FURNISH WH KRUEGER Pnone Proprietors =2 il11111111111111111il1111111111111111111111Jfl111111111il1 111111111il111 iS m1 I The Old Reliable Ill ifi ill vii IIEeev con w C DAVIS I 1SoU Side Main Street KY it 1wrM rrAMP wnN wvW o Convenience of the Savings Account i persons keep their money here as a permanent in iMauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings iccount offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are Widle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the youU4Iank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts- as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if iyou will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED QMT VERNON KENTUCKY fI iplORa1iI9eero tloThe ZysBevgItJ began atlL1 3 BIaBeers thel a iJ t1pturo rIf Bit01Ii EAB- With the prospect of an early Spring business In general seems to be increasing Local stock dealers seem to be en the eTert diving cattle and hogs sales ofhotss are an everyday occurance Pro duce is above normal The mer chants trade is lair In fact we know of but two things that are in our power at present to add t the facilities of all and thit is good roads and rural routes If we would obtain the first the latter would follow So lets be up and doing Those attending the burial of M C Albright from this place besides the mother and brotherI were Miss Elzi Pike A bright Inn E EviUis Pur Shel ton Edd Newland 0 0 Stone C H Frith M B Bowline VoB Cass and A iVl Hiatt Q rite a number from Mt WrnonCrab Or chard and StandforH ccompauied the remains where thev were laid to rest under impressive ceremonies by the order of Odd Fellows in McKinney cemeteryGeo Frith spent from Thursday until Sunday with parents at this place Miss Beulah Wallin is visiting here this weekHenry Brooks of Louisville is at home the guest ofi his lather and sisterFred LI Durham formerly of this place butI now of Elizabethtown where holds a position with the Durham Bottling works was a pleasant call er Saturday and Sunday Fred is liking fine he states and I am sure will make the firm a very compe tent manWe learn through the secy cf Rockcastle Co Fair Assu that he closed a deal with the above named firm tor the exclusive privi lege of the sales of soft driuks dur bug the fair held here Aug 18 i9 and 20 The deal was made tiru Fred as he was representing them while hereDick Pike spent sev ral hours in this place last w ek Felix Bowman says the boys will know he has not been asleep end is certain to win in the coming primaryMrs J G Frith is on the sick list this weekJ W Moore is in Nebraska and South Dakota gaining more knowledge about how to farm successfully Good idea too much neglect to th- efarmV P Rigsby and wife who settled near this place some eight months ago has sold and now on their way to Idaho point unknown with the prospect of making their home in the westThe play given at the Opera Hall here Saturday night was enjoyed by all It shows what home talent can doWatch the Broadhead news and you will learn when to see another play given here that will far surpass any thing ever shown by home talent Je D MeFBBROtt- v Giving up my work as student and teacher in Berea College I am now returned to Rockcastle for no other purpose than that of making a clean canvass of the county as candidate for Superintendent of Schools I hope to be able to see personally any voter in the county and especially those who are interested in our public schools I would have you know that I heart ily agree to theconcession that this is one of the most important offices in the county and to be conducted in a proper manner requires a man who has htd training as well as experience along educational lines My entire work at Berea has been i i direct connection with the duties- o a School Superintendant having finished last year a four Year teachers course and this year taking special work in the college and acting as teacher in the Normal DepartmentIt my intention to boast of my own attainments or cast any reflection upon the qualifications of my opponents but to farther insure you ofmy qualifications generally speaking I wish to sub HON B J BETHURUM Who was declared the Republican Nominee for Judge of the4i8th Judicial district Monday there being no other candidate Sincefto district is so overwhelmingly Republican it is an assured fact t after next November it will be Judge Bethurum It is not l lyiJ that he will have any opposition as it has always been considered a hopeless fight in this district for the Democrats since the norms Republican majority is abyut 5000 mit to you my reccom from thepresident of Bere a D1ationI a man who ranks higk educator not only in Kentucky but throughout the United States To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN This is to certify that J D McFerron now a candidate for the post of coanty Superintendent of Public Schools for Rock st1e is a man of high character and unusual natural ability who gone about the task of fitting himI self for this responsible sitioif in the most thorough manner He has completed our longer course for the training of teachers and bad long varied and successful experience as a teacher himself His ability character and attain ments would fit him for a position in the educational world which would pay better than that of county Superintendent But he has a real desire to apply his energy experience and knowledge for the benefit of the schools of his native county This is the kind of a candidate which every good citizen every lover of children certainly love to support I am sure that if elected Mr McFerron will be in Rockcastle county what Prof Crabbe is at the head of our state work a real worker having the interests of the people and of every little child always at heart He has the training and experience to insure a success in which the whole county will rejoice Faithfully yours WAL GOODKU FROST- I have other reccoinmendations from my immediate instructors which I shall be pleased to submit for your approval in a latter issue Hoping to receive your hearty support I am yours very truly JOHN D McFERRON THE LURIED GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for fie years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood bad affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him n For 111BloodElectric Bitters is supreme Only Soc Guaranteed by Chas C Davis The Press Publishing Company publisher of the New York World through its counsel Delancey Nicoll pleaded n fgui1tYin the Federal Court at New York to the charge of criminal libel in the Panama Canal case IT SAVED HIS LEG All thought Id lose my leg writes IA Swenson Watertown VisuTenvears of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and EruptionsFever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25C at Chas C Davis LIVlflGSTOJ Mrs Buck Finch is on the sic- klistMrsR L Demons andMiss Celia Mink are in Louisville Mais g weekMiss Lida Cook has returned from Mt Ve nonMr Carol is very low with cons lUp tion and is not expected to li eoMrs Robert Mink has returned from Pineville Mr Murphy Reynolds of Crab Orchard has returned after a pleasant visit ta Mr Lee5 Reynolds rMisses Barber and Pash of Boston are visiting Mr and Mrs PrestonW H Cottongim of Pine Hill was TuesdayMrs Flora is very sick at this present herej L O Marshal left for SundaYj H Walton H Owens were in Mt Vernon TuesdayF L Thompson of Mt Vernon was here SaturdayThe little child of Larkin Pennington s very sick with feverJop Mc Call was here from Hazel Patch enroute to Maretburg Monday JLaurel GarI i went to Tuesday and arrested Moses Ball He was taken to Mt Vernon Ball was charged with shooting in the jiswill soon be with us againJ EjSingleton better known as 2 JKuoxvillerestJ W Baker Sam Ward W R Dickerson Joe Oliver and others attended court MondayPhil TiAllen who lives in Louisville is here thiweek looking after his farm Mr Allen owns the farm on which is the Lettered Rock = Travel over the L N is still im proving owing to the tact a special train was added Sunday The show or entertainment given by the Mt Vernon boys was a gland success Hamp McClure whom we reported very low is stll alive but is in a serious condition Mr Lyons tbe lumberman was here Saturday buying logs and a nan representing the Pennsylvania Tie Co is here loading out ties There are several thousand ties on the yard here nowTo accomplish the most geod in the least time W W Wright President of the Christian divide d its members e Misses Lida = IllUallvbetwle1 Each CookI fryIjwas a success- and all report a good timeJ W Southard of London was here Wednesday Bill Cummins of Mt is clerking for W M HicksThat long looked for wedding will take place Saturday the 28th on Gau ley branch if nothing happens to prevent it If any other iulormation is required call on parties concern ed CAitRIAIroan the The KM tirr h t Established 1887 sDe3 J33 3JJJ DrugsiJ Viol the great flesh producer 100 Guaranteed This is the time of year to take your spring tonic So it not vinol we have them all Give us a chance to show you Hot water bottles 75 to 150 Fall City syringe 5oc Fountain syringe 2 ft- 85c to 250 sprayLadies200 Breast pumps 35c Trusses simfont 100 t Trusses Adult 125 to 350 Yinoll I Eaton HurJbut box paper 25c to 5c Kora Linen paper in lbs 30c Acorn Lin paper in Ibs 25c Imitation papers in box 25c Ledgers from 25c to 350 Note Receipt and any of hcer kind of a book you are looking for f CHAS C AVIS Leading Druggist f Phone 89 MT VERNON KY l r 3IC 3C 3 3 3 3 3tC 3 Jf r 7KtA xtL vJ vTJ IThe Game of Business I lJ Remember the game is being played as it has never tf been played bafore while the opportunity is greater wf than ever before in the worlds every line competitor iskeener and the prizes are now won only by w those who dare and do jj PeoplesBank progireyour account withus today large or smalland be readY for tomorrow to meet them Wake up get upand set up with this line of progress At the next crossroad there will be a guide sign CQ So get courageous plucky and we will give you a passYf I fcproadwitha t We will appreciate your company in our march With best wishes 13- 0C PEOPLES BANK J 3C 3 3 3 3 3 3KDCC JJjJ J The Mimbres Vaffey 0 i LAND NW OF mXleQI A great sbuildingtude 4333 Best in the world for all lung troubles t No mud No bad roads Soil produces in over abundance The coming valley of the coming State Held back for years by ranchmen is now being settled rapidly Now is the time to get in on the ground floor If interested write giving idea what you want Address exactly as follows Mexico S The Dymond Company Deming ofi as J3 rl UHDBSTAKBfS li uasketsllis Hearse sent to all parts of 1 r the county All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled wIucoxJAPhone 94S MT VERNON K- YWANTED Eggs Poultry and all kinds of Produce At Mt Vernon Every Monday WILL PAY CASH Headquaptersat Lancaster Ky WI GOTT Sf CQ pcj 7 c F m i l 1llo sHo Y j I U X J i jJ U I Walk Over for Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equal Noneas good S3S0 and 4 OO v 1 American Lady other market 3MO E C3GD r r r r r pfcDee8DJcj 8fog RUBBERS i j RUBBEJ For Men Women and Children E We have only the best To buy them from sickness To buy them from us saves money FALL WINTER LINE OF f i i CLOTH1NG q4o 20 Suits T5JC Suits at 14 16 Suits 13 12 Suits at 10 10 Suits at KRUEGER SON Phone 87 Qoite Oe ot MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Mch 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION WAKE up get up clean up paint up and stir up It is not wealth that makeS a town but the constant united efforts of its citizens and the character of them Everyman woman and child owes some thing to his community and that something is to help make it better to advocate progress better streets bet er side walks better schools and high er education the election of men to offices who stand above the fog in public duty and in private thinking most attractive town aud the most businesslike one is where the foremost citizens urge and work for internal improvements Thev should consult together work to gflh eland strive to put the jjjasiness of the town on a safe and progressive basis Spring is heyery citizen can do some thing toward bettering aud beautifying dear old Mt Vernon Clean up the yard paint your house and fences l 1rt down concrete side walks See trustees and urge watery works and electric lights We do not travel this way but once and he is a citizen indeed who does not strive to have for himself and give to his family aud I community some of the comforts of life London Williamsburg Pine Uarboursville and Somerset and fact all of our sister towns and counties are improving rapidly because their people are determined vthey shall It is up to us and pity him who says we cant While some were we cant in the other towns and counties the work of improvement was done The officersofourcounty and town should always stand for the en forcement of law and im rovements and can do much towards reaching these desired ends The people who are to be benefited should contribute in every way to encourage the good work Let all fall into the line of march and force the wheel of progress to turn and keep it turning Let no man lag behind but see who can do the most Let every man set about to put his own property in order So Judge Adams and the Judge Bethurum and the Fiscal Court set the example blaze the way and give us improved highways and some of the now necessary modern conveniences of life SAYS Bryans Commoner Mr Clark minority leader in the house of representatives failed to present the regular resolution of compli ments to the retiring speaker has produced some comment One must be polite and courteous but it is just as well that this reso lution was not introduced on this occasion Mr Cannon who is personally a very likeable man is not entitled to the thanks of anyone other than the representatives of the special interests which he has faithfully served The re wire ments of polite society need not lead men into hypocrisy and The Cone monet congratulates Champ Clark upon broken the record t A had been sentro Congress from eightysix lumber firms in Alabama and Florida protesting the reduction of the duty on lumfier and urging Senators and Representatives from thosestates to vote againstany reduction in the duty on jlumber and its products i apdRepublicansalike Roosevelt bon voyage anda safe return to his countrymen from the wilds of Africa We say without hesitation that DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled for weak kidneys backache inflamation of the blad der and all urinary disorders They are atseptic and act promptly in all cases of weak back pasnsAcceptrecammend them Chas C Davis of was the for Commonwealths 28th the Committee which met like likely any in his RESOLUTIONS HALL OF- MT LODGE 3191 QF beloved brother I6th1dayofof an overruling providence caned from his eartbJy suffering a home where pain amLsdrfow are unknown find where the weiry find restybe jt J That in the deathof Brother Albrightthe members of lodge fully recognize that they have their number Vcho was at all times imbuedwith the pure principles of the order and whoseilife and conduct suffer no reproach lobe ori his character as an Odd fellow citfzenson or brother That and heartfelt sx mpathfes of the members of this lodge be and are berebvyej tended to the bereaved find family of our whose lass wer with themj deeply I i These Shoes have more comfort more style andmore wear for less money than any shoe on the and 35C r Ve have a pair ofC American Lady Shoes in our show window that are woith O AVe do not want to sell this shoe but cone in and ask to see them i saves you you AND r at at 8 26 look The here poor ville in saying public Trustees This having petition against backache JUDGE M L JARVIS Who declared Replublican nominee Attorney of the Judicial district by at Somerset Monday Judge Jarvis Mr Bethuruai will not have opposition final race VERNON 0 Whereas Our to therefore Resolved Jhis losfcoue of either Fellow Resolved the sincere widow deceased brother mourn Resolved That these resolu tions be recorded on the memorial page of the records of the lodge and that the secretary deliver a copy thereof properly engrossed to the bereaved mother and a copy delivered to the Mt Vernon SIGNAL for publication A LANDRBM E S ALBRIGHT Com W A Cox NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND it was a thrilling experience to Mrs fda Soper to face death Foryearsa severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering sbe writes and several times nearly causedmy tleath All remedies failediand doctors said Iwas in curable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve vearsIMrs Soper lives in Big It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages XaGrippe Asthma Croup Whoop ing Cough and all Bronchial affections 500 and iop Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold and it is the hardest time to cure it If you should take a cold a few doses of Kenned s Laxative Cough Syrup will act very promptly Its laxative principles cures the cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but natural action of the bowels Chil dren especialy like Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup as it tastes so good nearly like maple sugar It is sold by Chas C Davis MISERY IN STOMACH Why not start nowtoday arid forever rid yoursell of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good eat then take Papes Diapepsin to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no leelidg like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizzness and your tool will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drugstore here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutes There is nothing else better to take Gas trcm the Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same asa sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapepsin works your stomach re sgets itself in order cleans upand then ycu feel like eating when you come to thetable and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking druggistIcured of Indigestion NOTICE Of application for reatoration to cit zenshipof Joel Suttles Joel Sut tles who was convicted on the charge of manslaughter in the Rockcastle Circuit Court at the- Ftlrurary Term 1903 will ask the Governer for restoration of citizenship and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writingany objections JOEL SKmEs 2P3 c 8 GRANVILLE OWENS L UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I r RHEUMATISM RECIPE A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the following valuable though simple and harmless prescriptionwhich any one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion one lulf ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime IHestates that the ingredients can from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction takeI it taken is said to overcome any case of Rheu matism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and Without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give perma results and the above will no doubt be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the informa ion that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or the druggiss here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to- lULLS WOULD BE SLAYER- A tneaciles3 murderer is Ap- li cites with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill in by prevention They gently bowelspreenting invites appendicitis airing Consti patron Biliousness Chills MalaiMa Headache and Indigestion 250 at Chas C Davis COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and All Mail Telegraph Robesiphone orders Filled 4 s Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach ofmedIcine Cures backache and irregularities that if neglected might result in Blights disease or diabetes Chas C Dayis DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE If so we can help you We have already put hundreds through callege by means of our plan Write to day for full information regarding our offer of a free collegeAddress East 22nd Street New York City My three ear old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I FoleysOrinoraornin the fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orino Laxative saved his life A Wdl kush Casitner Wis CASTORIAFot Hie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- fiiamature I of We Buy FURSHides Wool CIaaeDColdeuWild Ginger eta We are dealers ia 1856Ow Lalfaeeahuylm aJdcan do better for you than cr merchanti Reference any Bank in Write foe weekly list aad Kipping tai M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St thebesttle Ear ly Risers They are small easy to take gentle and certain and sod by Chas E Davis I I IVtRNON SIGNAL NV- RnOIr h Mch 26 1909 ItColtup No 79 when want to Comnlunl wltli SIGNAL Z9 0 iir- 1 iLouisvLLC 4 R RCo i r TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1201 p m c 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the ill Vernon Ky Postoffice as seeond class mail matter PERSONAL Judge Morrow is attending court this week Mrs Sarah Rickles is better but still very sick r We are glad to report Dr P Benton much better Tack Langford was in Tuesday and reported George j Mullins better Little Leonard Davis is rapidly recovering from the double break of the lone of his right thigh Bob Ping was called home from Stanford Tuesday night on account of the serious illness of hiwife Mr R A Dyche came down from London and spent Sunday with his sou Dr R W Dyche Drs Peyton and Brown were up from Stanford Sunday to see Dr Benton in consultation with Dr SouthardMr Lee of Danville ElizabethvisitedLee at the Langdon Dormitory SaturdayBob White with the U S Army stationed at Plattsburg N Y was here this week with his father James 1 White Mrs Fanny Adams Miss Mat Williams and little Tevis Bethurum returned Friday night from a several weeks visit in Somerset Steve Proctor Has moved to the property purchased on Adams street Ve gladly welcome Mr I Proctor and his family to our midst Charley Helton of Orlando left to day for Washington D C to accept a position as brakeman on the R F P R R and will move his family there soon Elmer J Williams was over from Orlando Wednesday and is very improved in health Elmer 1mucb good fellow and we hope to see him a strong man soon I Miss Bess Sparks on account of ill health was forced to give up- her study of music at Cincinnati and returned home Mr Sparks went to Cincinnati Tuesday and brought her home Mrs M L M ers was called to Glencoe Ky Thursday on account of the sudden death of her mother Dr Myers who is taking a postgraduate course in dentistry at Louisville joined her there- J G Anderson has purchased the property oPR K Powell in the White addition and will soon I become a resident of our town Mr Powell has not fully decided where he will locate LOCAL Mr H J Mullins is still tussing about his square which disappeared from U G Bakers store several months ago- Round trip CininatiMay 18th limited to May 22nd 435 Ac count State encampment G A R of Kentucky j RESTAURANT Lunches hot soup and sandwiches- J V McKenzie near depot Mcb 19 3t LOSTA pair of gold spec ides in a leather case between W J Sparks residence and my house Reward given the fipderA FANNIE ADAMS TAKEN UpA white ewe came to my place aboutsix months ago Owner can have same proving and paying all cost damage J F LlYESAY Mar 13 3t Wabd Ky AT HoME Iwill have my rmillinery at my residence this spring If you dont know where lI live look for sign or ask any one who will tell you where to find me MRS J E WOODALI Livingston Ky t alIA H Haiuhn sold hslennes e farm for a handsome price faA B soldhis Chestnut ridge farm to Mat Howard for 700 Try a pair of those good leather shoes at Fishs and you will get satisfaction Read ad ofWRGott Co the Lancaster produce people found on first page Jonas McKenzie bought a good pair of mules and wagon at pub lie auction Monday for 240 Round trip Louisville May 10 1113 limited to May 22nd 535 Account Southern Baptist conven tion Will Niceley was caught between two cars at Sparks Quarry Monday end badly mashed but is not thought to be fatal Mrs Chas Montgomery ofStJLouis Mo came yesterday see her mother Mrs Sarah Ricklej who has been very sick Clarence L Burgderfer entertainer the man with a smile worthwhile will be in Mt Vernon on Thursday night April 15th See anpouncement next week 9Mt Vernon boys have the baseball fever and have it bad We have two teams already uniformed and another is likely We expect good work from both teams By request the Base Ball team will reproduce the play Breaking his bonds at the school house to night Admission 15 and 25 cents Come out and help the boys get their uniforms etc SPRING GREETING On Satur day the 27th I will have my opening of spring and summer hats to which 1 invite the public MRS EUAHIATT Mt Vernon Ky OPENING I will have on display April t 2 and 3rd the best line of millinery that has ever been in this town Come and see for yourself It doesnt cost you auy thing to ook MRS J E WOODALI Livingston Ky WANTED We want produce and we want it badly If you have it and want to sell it for the cash bring it to us we will pay the highest market price and pav you the money Try us and see T M DES Mch 26 tf Livingston Ky We call attention to the announcement ot J H Lambert as a candidate lot magistrate of the second district composed of West Mt Vernon Roundstqne and Or lando voting precincts Mr Lambert is a good man and would no doubt make a good officer NOTICEA Camp of Sons of Veterans will be organized in Mount Vernon Rockcastle county Ky at the Court house at i oclcck P M The Sons of all soldiers of the Rebellion are invited to be present We want to have the best Camp in the State and can have it it the sons will join us C S JOHNSON R L McFerrpn r Com L W Bethurum J John Parker aged about 40 dear died last Sunday morning at th home of his sister Mrs Marsha Smith after an illness ofonly a few days White in the array he received an injury by a box of meat falling on him and from this injury he never recovered and Dr Lovell the attending physician pronounced this as the remote if not the immediate cause of his eathMonday The burial took plac at the Hiatt buryin ground WOODJ J Wood aged 43 years died at his home at Conway last Friday morning after an illness of four weeks of stomache trouble Mr Wood like all finite being may have had his faults but his many good and noble attributes so far overshadowed his short comings upothen n than nt never l vedandYa truer friend never made For several pleasured of our friend Hwas kind generous an affable at all times ever ready to go his length for a friend He leaves a wife who was Miss Ida Jones and four bright children to mourn the loss of a kind and devoted husband and father His remains were laid to rest Saturday with Masouic honors in the Maret burying ground ii irsFV- 1S A f TO 1L uvvv r v CIRCUIT The convened M L Jarvis on the bench Com attorney B J Bethurum was deteined in Somer set and did not arrive until Tues day morning hence the selection of the Jurors and settlements with the various county officers was the only business tiausacted Monday The gentlemen were selected as JURY Jones Durham H C Cromer J L Hasty Matison Mink J B Hayes W M Barnett G W S Purcell J S Meece W M Hayes Isaac Leger and J R Alcorn PETIT JURY W J Chasteen Milt Taylor W 1Jas Cummins J B Livesay J J Mortin Geo Albright J Jummins Sol Hammond S B Ram W F Deboard Jas Chasteen Geo Rader Luther Manu R H Ham m IB G Mullins Ibe cases have been Kinley John Caner Nath Tom Mullins two cases George Mullins two cases William Durham Johnny Mize Djllard Roberts Ik Tom Stewart George James Mobeily each fined 20 and cost gaming James Mize gaming acquitted B F selling liquor 60 Mrs Lou Miller selling liquor James Gover W M Schaffer carrying concealed weapons 25 Reubin Ball assault and battery 5 James Fletcher shooting on public highway acquit ilted R P Pike and Per Rigsby court D G Clark shooting at and next term Bell Lawrence for small pox case continued until next term The case against Jud HateberJ for and Charley 1 iI y rJ1 it is now before the court The were selected as jurors Wallace Las well Abe Adams J B Livesay S S Daily John Clontz Sol Hammond Roy Britton Wm Scott Luther Manus B G Mullins E A Cox and James Chasteen The case will go to the jury today GOOD ROADS Having seen an excellent article recently published in the Mt Vernon SIGNAL by C C Williams the writer is moved to it and if possible inspre the good people of Rockcastle county to take steps to improve our high ways and byways If the people who own teams and haul lumber ties stavesaud other articles of commerce will take the trouble to figure how much is lost in one year in of bad roads I feel sure that would speedily be done to improve the condition of roads The natural resources of Rock castle county are such that with good roads the county property would be enhanced in value 25 per cent au once and itI is safe to saythat in ten ears real estate would be enhanced 50 to 75 per cent There are entire within ten to fifteen miles of Mt Vernon Brod head Berea Conway or Wildie which have no adequate the places namedI answer no There are miles and miles of deep ruts mud holes to any thing but a strong male There are miles and miles ofjutting lime stone ledges which wAko ls and helpless drivers struggle over trying tog t eight or ten ties or a few hundred staves tomarkett to buysome food for their children and their poor dumb animals that have tp struggle up and down hill on agra deal 45 per cent in some instances with a load that could be easily moved twice as far fin one hour by one horse that requires now two and sometimes four animals The writer has known an ordi nary team to move sixty bushels of ti fae8jac83 xS33fP f rri i Swim 5 I man considers himself iin the swim Youll always find him well dressed man To be regarded anybody these days it is of prime import ance to be dressed in the height of fashion To attain this end you must first have your clothes made to order second choose the right tailor These two requisites are supplied by Brothers Master Tailors Chicago whose exclusive agency we have We consider this the best line of tailoring in the United States Youll make no mistake in selecting a pattern for your suit from the immense variety of bright snappy Spring shades we are now Youll wonder how we can make up such high class woolens at the low prices we will mention to you Dont put off ordering It is to your interest to get busy at once 1 J J I tf jsI lWW 1 f t THE PLACE BUY GOOD CLOTH SiPHONE 77 1 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS MNt1Vt1VL1L COURTI monwealths following GriffiuJohn ElijahsAdamse AlbrightI following ofeMitchelgMcWborter Sambroo- and for Cummins acquitted trespassVoV casesIcontinued wounding continueduntil spreading shooting wounding Thompson following gentlemen emphasize consequence sornetlrng throughout neighborhoods Livingston practically saykimpossible teamsind rInthe fThe uptodate admirably Strauss displaying coal from Big Hill to Richmond fifteen miles going from Richmond- in the morning and returning at night Fortyfive and fifty bushels being an ordinary load The writer has seen twenty to thirty sawed tits or more drawn by two horses with more ease on a good road which might be better than ten ties can be hauled over some of the roads we have Just think of the time wasted broken wagons teams worn out in a few years and worse than all the profanity that leaps into a mans heart when he gets stuck in the mud wet muddy hungry and wretched The ties must go must have wine corn some ship stuff a sack of flour some sugar and coffee and numbers of things absolutely needed for the loved haveIr and a little Christian fortitude to keep down the cuss words that tumble over each other to get out first This appeal is directed toward the well todo class men that own farms own teams and cattle who live well have the luxuries of life in their homes have money and stock in banks in machinery have money invested in real estate and to lend at usury This appeal is to that class You would better invest a large per cent of this wealth in your highways and by ways the real arteries of commerce Your farms your mineral lands your agricultural products the improvement of your farms and farm houses are loaded down with the expensive luxury of bad roads You payout annually in loss of time in wear and tear of stock andwagons harness etc r in the increased cost of transportation more than would be required to keepgoodro ads in repair To have returns on your capital you must invest it somewhere and the public spirited man the man that does not live for himself alone frequently invests capital thatis never returned in bulk but always pays dividends The man of thought or experience will needno argument3o prove to him t at what benefits his town hiSjCptijjfy his neighborhood De shp and so the problem of good roads should appeal to all It is a com munity proposition It should be state wide as it is it is left to the county as a unit in devising ways and means of which the Fiscal CountJJudgefortunate that we have not the township law applying to roads There will be no steps taken to construct good roads till the people are stirred up to an intelligent realization of their general benefits c cLand are willing to pay for them It is a good investment and does not require pages of argument to show how every individual in the county would be benefittedby good roads It would take too long for an ordinary newspaper article to show the urgent need of good roads in our county If the courteous editor of SIGNAL will give this space thousands unborn will rise up to call him blessed if the good roads come as a resultWA Roadman ROYAL 1M BAKING POWDERtluteslyZ The finest most tasteful and pastrying Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar tc1S x j j riiigMillinery1 4 M ft1 Specialshowing ii ldlesfnlts d jp Trimmed ht rti just to suiteeach person 9 14rAll popular 8hiaplc8 ud5hjdces10vifoi quality and ibeauty tv J A becoming hat makes you Trappy ands pleases others v i Excellent assortment of new style just in Be fitted in a most upto date fashion j v iSpring Opening today and tomorrow M Comp m will be glad to receive you VVVMRS CLEG BROWN 1 THE LEAD NGMIIJrINFR I i 1 ci J r =Ji d ytFl KRUEGER SOr Mt Vrn- fnKodol y For Dyspepsia and Indigestion you from Indigestion Dyspepsia on- Belching Sour Heartburn a little Kodol will Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach Being a liquid it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests but helps you enjoy everY mouthful- you eat You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health But this food must be digested otherwise the pains of indigestion and dyspepsia are the result When your stomach cannotdo its work properly take to help your stomach Kodol is the only thing that will give the stom ach complete Why Because Kodol does the same work as a strong stomach and does it in a natural way I by womenI I IlefcWhy suffer from severe headaches have fainting spells and be ireful Your liver needs attention Try rJcjbise 3 the great liver regJilatcr d II IeURES nsss CullS and F BHiousI all Liver E O Morriso Hong E writes I have for years from ucvero IMrs hcG dizzinc and- g spells I received until I tried Herbine completely cured I- Guse R always PRICE 50c Snow Liniment Co LOUISM MISSOURI 51 and Recommended by Cbas C D- avisORINO Laxative Fruit Syrop Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic constipation by restoring the ilatural action ofthe stom tach liver and bowels RfUM ubetftutea Prloel500 Sold by Chas CDati 1 Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the rungs and expels colds Get the- eIuine in a yellow package ChtsC Davis COLLAR LABLE GREATis the one word thatI nearest de scribing Shield Brand cloth ing for Spring sold at seven prices within the range of 1 0 to lowest 20 to highest though to do it justice would e hust the English vocabulary YOU WILL readily understand all about it too if you will take the time and trouble to examine the suits Just take the coat sleeves for instance how cleverly they round up at the armhole Not a pucker nor a wrinkle and they hang as gracefully as if made to order yet this is only one of themany splendid feature of Shield Brand clothing DONT BUY a Spring Suit until you have looked them over A large variety of patterns and stylish makes faom which to se bet iF Y If Suffer Gas the Stomach Stomach etc Relieve you almost thoroughly something rest Constipation CoiapJamis So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepstrong by taking a little Kodol You dont have to take Kodol all the time You only take it when you need it Kodol is perfectly harmless Our Guarantee 5Jarentire contents of the bottle if you can houestly say that it has not done you any Rood return the bottle to the Irugglstand QuestIongist Dont hesitate all drujjpists know that our guarantee Is good This offer ap plies to the bottle only and to but one in a family The lame bottle contalns2 times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is prepared at the laborator ies of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold GRAS C DAVIS Why Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti itIeffects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation We are never wIthout Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these Pills and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they have had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick went to see her She was down with LaGrfppe and nearly crazy with awful backache I save her one of the AntiPain Pills and loft another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be myhusbandboth sides and I know he would have died if it hadnt been for the Pills In less than half an hour he was sweating and went to bed and slept MRS O H WEBB Austinburgr Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhartnd VVH TE S- Cream Vermifuge TIE 8UWASTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOW Or THS PIt PftED BallardSnow Liniment Co BT IOUI6 MO Sold by Chas CDavis TAKEN UpAblack and white spotted boar weight about 125 tmunds Came to my phf e about six months ago Owner may hive sanie by proving and paying dam age ERANKlsAY ve McliI23t r FneH 11 r rSIFOR COUNTY UDCE vi arii n Uy rirpO tr nivnoiitue Q M HAll MU as a cnniliiLitc for Cuunly Judge of Hockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce L W BETHUKUlM as a candidate for Judge of Ilockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For Cownty Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject 0 the action of the Ropublican primary We are authorized to announce S D EWIS as a candidate for County Attor ley of Rockcastle County subject to the icti6n or the Republican party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce T J for Sheriff acjlIonS1RIFFJNiockcastle County subject to the action f the Republican party For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun- Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce ELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk auject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T IRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par ty Ve afeauthorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican par ty are authorized to announce J F NTCEIvEYas a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce REV J 11 CUMMINS as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcaatlo 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 t announce CHAS K CARMICAL asa candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFORJas a candidate for Jailer of Rockc sUe County subject to the action of the Republican We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce G W DECKER as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorize to announce TAY LO CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of Hockcastle county subject to the action of the republican primary For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFER ON as a candidate for Superin tendentof Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as candidate for Superintend ent of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party WjKINCERent of Public schools of Rockcastle coun ty subjecto the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W R DICKERSON as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools Rockcastle County subject to the action of the republican primaIFOR ASSESSORI We are authorized to announce W B BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the R epublican party We are authorized announce JAMES PROCTO as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W S RENNER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action ot the Republican paryl For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit CoUrt Clerk of ockcasfle County sub- Ject to the action of the Republican Pri mar We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce H L SMITH as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle Bounty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JFGRIFFIN as a candidate for reelection for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican partY1Dlei1For Circuit Judge 28th Judcl HONIBCirciiit Judge Judicial Histfict composed of Rockcastle Wayne Puliiski and Clinton counties nb ject to the action of the Republican per tv 1 i Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce JUDGE M t JARVIS as a candiddto for the Repi dican nomination ior Loiumon vkumlsttotiIc iti tIll 20th judicial Disuitt siibjcgt to the arli 4 the Ri publiiiau iwrtyv h Ert3eojper- Veare autlibrized to announce WADE I IVRSAY as a candidate for Coroner of Rocktastle county subject to the action of theJlepublican party 0POE KAOISTZATB Weare authorized to announce CHES LEYfPAANE as a candidate for Magis tratei6f the Third Magisterial d subject to the action of the republican partyVesre authorized to announce J H LAMBERT as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of the and Magisterial Distri t subject to the action of the Republican Primary May 05 1909 Theeditor of the Burnside Item a Republican paper published in Pjlasld county with both feet jumps on the new school law which he terms an Indiana Qhui importation with co racial features andjdemanrls its repeal He says Readers of the Item know that we havCalway opposed the present school law of Keutuckv and have given unanswerable arguments to sustain our position Later on the people will get a dose of this law thatwiUmake them sick Just wait untila high school is established in each county and it is to be done nex t year andousee the negroes and whites in the same classes and your Indiana mixed school will blossom out The negroes under this law can go to school with the whieS and you cant help yourselves Under this law the whites are nejIschools or each county be taxed to establish a high school also for the negroes Now we ask our two candidates for Superi ntencient in this county what they propose to do with negro common school graduates when they apply for en trance to the high schoo Will they pnWhem into the classes with the whites Will they tax the county to establish a negro high school Again we ask them if a negro can serye as trustee over a white school It so js it not poss le to have ne- gro trustees looking after white schools Prof Crabbe one of the chief promoters of of this law says il would deplore any friction about this splendid system He admits that negroes can be trustees over white children but says whites should be trustees over the negroes If a negro can be a trus tee how long will it be until he is a teacher over white children just like it is in Indiana and Ohio where Prof Crab Ye and his allies got their pet law Take ii county whose population is equally divided between whites and negroes It is possible to have a negro for School Superintendent the educational board negroes and negro trustees Thus the whites SI M PLE REMEDY FQR LA GRIPPE La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develope into pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lung so that no serious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harm ful drugs and is in a yellow pack age Refuse substitutes Chas C Davis KILL THE COUCH MID CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DIscovery II FOR TsW AND ALL THROAT l M cOUCHS OLDS pmlCEI AHDlUNITlDUILEI- SATISPACTOZIOB Mountrnon Mnu1 WlJIlKS q = anufacturer of and DEALER inMarbls and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Tropr ft i iirwould be dominated b a negro population aifd under this law the 1 Ingcal meaning i3 negro teachers also Under the old school we had seperate sqhbcrs The whites c trolled theirs Hut a few cranks were not satisfied They saw the whites and ne roes in the same schools in Indiana They lovtd it They wanted to see the same in their 0 Kentucky home Anc3 a fool Legislature initiatied a svs death1will f REDS We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell cloyer grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peas soja bans peanuts seed potatoes cabbage plants potato and tomato slips onion sets garden bea s garden peas all kinds garden fieldand flower seeds land plaster and fertilizers Write us for prices ajid samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS STATEMENT FespermanSalisbury of several books writes For several years 1 was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a wasicon =to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sedi frequentlvdavand Foleys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy Chas C Davis SURE CUREPeoplc who suffer with rheumatism write me for I have a medicine that will cure you It cured me af er years of suffering when everything ehe failed It cures nothing but rheumatism Write me at Burnside Ky J H PHILLIPS Men 26 3t How can any person risk taking some uuknown cough remedy when Foleys Honey and Tar costs them no more It is a safe remedy 54 when Foleys Honey and Tar costs rthem uo more It is a safe remedy contains no harmful drugs and cures the moat obstinate coughs and colds Why experiment with 4 vour health Insist upon having the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Sold by Chas C Davis R W DYOHE IECNTISTMT VERNON KY Office at residence 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