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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i FridayEnon VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 1 1909 NUMBER 53Ic DRUGS Why dont your sto1and think bex rfS v ytoie you buy that cheap O fI c yr soap that will ruin Yuurt 4 skIn whf n you can buy such as f II Pears Cuticura Buttermilk Cash 1 t Imere Bouquet Resinol Craddocks Puckers Tar and in fact all of the y rt vgood soaps that are on the Avv Chasjg qfi Davis Leading Drug4 cgist Phone 89 UMt VernonJ x DRUGS ps arks jI Iftitit 3CG NORTH POE has been EXPLORED I f THIS IS THE DAY AND AGE OF EXPLORING I So begin by starting a Bank account with us ItJf does not matter what road of exploring you take and if do not feel thef can use a bank account you ofit going you may coming back an account with us and we assure you both Juse a- r and profitable relation We never allow to get so busy that we are not ready to i impart any information we have and start with us not to the North Pole iCome relations I Yours very truly t PEOPLES BANK t R 3C3e9 ii 7 r z t v t FURNITURE i I FURNITURE I 0 Ili tCHANGED HANDS I Having bought the Stock of Furniture E ofour ro er1ox who willre a rtire from the business to accept a position K with Mr At H Hamlin we will move the f stock in the room we now occupy and J a5 r continue the business as heretofore r JWe will handle an uptodateline and seflat a reasonable margin of profit J f When you needanything in tha way ofi Furnishings for your home call and see r as we can supply your wants 4 W Wealso wishto call your attention to our line of General Merchandise It is all new W andFirstClassnothing shoddy or cheap j goods about it Call and see us sRobert E Bs Cox Cox Bros Building Mt Vernon f r L111N1 STOP Bill Graves will move into Bill Wards house over the river y E Hellard has been attending court in Jackson county George Arnold has moved into T J Chewnings houte in the upper part betterIup near the Jackson line was in town Sunday We are always glad when he comes home for Livingston would he a cheerless place were it not for him Barber Wheeldon ha rented the barber shop and P W Durhin the barber who has been here so long his gone Jto Mt Vernon to take charge of a chair in the shop at that place We wish to say to them that he is a fine harberH- L Belph has moved to his proper ty recently purchased of Thomas Argenbright Ed Owens cut his foot very badlv a few days ago Mr and Mrs G C lanes of Paris are visiting Mr and Mrs Will Graves They have with them their twin girl only 18 month old and weigh 6 pounds each They are a show to look atT M Dees has been in Jacksqn county this week Mrs S J Kinley has returned from Mt Vernon where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jim WinsteadThere is some talk of another ticket for town of ficers We will give the ticket when their names are announced Berry Sams has returned to Illinois after a ten days visit here We are very sorry to heve to report W H Burton our Marshall in a very serious condition He was taken very sick Sunday I night and up to this time is but little better Elmer Lechleiter went to Mt Vernon Wednesday on business Smileing Dave Jackson of London the happy drummer was with us Tuesday No one can have the blues when he comes Jim and Garrard Burton have been called home on account of the seri ous illness of their fatherRev A J Pike QfBrodhead was here Mon day between trainsMrs Mary Payne of Altamont is visitin rela tives hereBorn to the wife of Jim Neal on the 27th a fine boy Of all the happy men Jim seems to be the one A Pennington is doing well with his butcher shop but says he has not learned to cut stake off the horns ye as one man aid he could Ben Hellard has returned hOwe after visiting several points in the South Born to the wile of W M Preston a fine girlH L Delph is very sick at this writing but hope he will be better soon No body was ever so happy as Hen ry Lumpkins last Saturday His girl from Jackson stopped off here enroute to Cincinnati and Henry was all smiles W H Burton will make the race for Town Marshall again He isa wise choice as we dont see how we can make out without him He is a terror to lawbreakers and an equal to the Pinkertons In the last month he has captured three hundred pounds of railroad brass and about sixty pieces of tools And the other day he returned a blacksmith shop i that had been hauled away He toFwe Burton His motto is I nev- ersleepH D Magee will make s the race for Police Judge and glad will we be to see him fill that place of Honor Harry hasall the quali ficalions of a gentleman iand would r fill the place with credit and we impartialft In a word he is a high toned gentleman and a fit man for the plate v =Miss Anna M Walton is at home from school at London this week Mr Joe Mink and wife aie with brother Bob at this place IhiS Grace and Lena Owens have returned from Maretburg where they have been visiting Soda Wells Mrs Fannie Rowlett has returned from the west where she A has been on a visit = Mrs Hiram T Mitchell will move to Elmwood Ohio this weekL H Davis Kjlid Woodall and C E Rice are off on a big Eshing tripMrsd Pearl Daniels M ssess Anna and y Georgia Cable Verna Walton and- J Arthur Kubanksand 130fw Jer of Rowland were visiting Mrs J E Woodall J BttttUHKAD Mrs Fre3L Durham ot Eliza bethtown is visiting relatives here Mr ahd Mrs J hDRob nsbave a very sick girlVMiss Willie Beu ton entertaineda crowd of young WIweekRev Campbell filled hi regular appointment at the Christian clutch here Saturday and SundayR H Hicks of this place sold his farm on Copper 2000Iing gamesof the American Base ofIvisiting in Caseycounty this week Cottage Street is being much improved by building one mile of nice pikeBorn to the wife of Virgil Martin a fine girl on the 2- 7T H Hamilton and family nfoved to a farm near Lancaster On last Thursday evening Mr J J Painter and Miss Lillie Rash were joined in the bonds of wedlockat this place lunder very impressive ceremonies Rev A J Pike offici i ating Heres best wishes for long happy and prosperous life DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is one way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutisnal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of jeq are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed coriditinf the mucous surfaces We will One Hundred Dollars for anycascofalaesslcaasedby catarrh thot cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars freeF J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7sc Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation OASTOBXABears theThe PMd 8ignatunof PERUNA USED KIDNEY CATARRH for thirty use climate a do Kidneys Affected = Mr Broderick Secretary No 406 International Teamsters writes rom435 Chicago follows 1 Buffering1 from back trouble for some time have been able through use of Peruna usuallyIam morning Some friends me that Peruna equally their var ailments is do that for kidney trouble from a weak back IRKysI St topeka writes My wife took Peruaitiforliertr- sart nuHlowa Wtii COVE Jessie Cotton is able to o againW T Davis and family were visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this weekWe had alight frost Sunday night the first of the season There singing at the school house last Wednesday night it was well at- tendedLittle Fannie Langford isnumbered among the sickMrs Treadway aged 83 years is visiting her sons Marion and George Treadway She lives in Big Stone Gap Va and is accompanied her grandson John Treadway Josh Boreing was in Livingston this week and is on Sick list Miss Mattie Owens visited Misses Mattie and Fannie Riddle of the weekMr and Mrs Wm Proctor visited Fliin Parrett and family Saturday and Sunday Ye has been invited to a stir off Sorgum making will soon be in full sway- TEACHERS ASSOCIATION PROGRAM District No 5 Union School House Saturday Oct 2 1909 Devotionalexercise and welcome address J H Barnett Solo Montye Martin Relation between History and Geography Thompson How to teach Primary Arithmetic Carry Frith School disciplin Jacob Elder Quartette Montye Martin Will Kirby Harvey Deatheraga and Dora Blanton Nature Study Jalia Reynolds Preparation for recitation by teacher Minnie Gentry School Improvement f Ida May Adams Debate Resolve that there should be np district in Ky with more than 60 pupils Aff Neg J H Barnett Harve Deatherage Marcum Va1wok Will Kirby r sMost women troubled with Kidney complaint and you know many serious and even fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see really good thev are Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you sure you get DeWitts Sold by C Davis FHB Gen A F Hawley of Washington D Ct writes I have used Pe tuna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble especially good for coughs colds catarrh- al troutyes Kidney Trouble for Nearly Thirty Years William Bailey Past Col Enc No 69 Union Veteran Legion and prom Inently identified with many of the great labor protective associations in Chicago and New York and secretary of one of associations in the former city had nearly years been afflicted with kidney troubles Within a short period he has been persuaded to try Peruna and his present healthy condition is attributed to his judicious of that great remedy Washington is notoriously for kidney and liver troubles yet by judicious Use of the remedy he is now quite cured and in excellent physical condition This brief statement of facts without exaggeration or hyperbole appears to tell the whole story which the Peruna Company is authorized to use if Usa chooses believing as I that so doing it will be for the general good William Bailey 58 1 St N E Washington D C Back Weak M and Treasurer Local Union Brotherhood of E 46th St IlL- M have been a weak and kidney And to find relief onlli tint feeling fine the next of my assure is as Rood for ious as it for my complaint but I know and suffering it has tio Kas M lMM ttp be was bv the first writer JL school are very take how Be and and toe largest bad the same A few bottles built up her health and strength I took Peruna for a cold which settled in my kidneys giving me much pain In two weeks 1 was much bettor and inafew months I was well KidneysICoH Va writes Your Peruna hay cured me of chronic catarrh of long standing I thank you so much for your advice I think it ia a great medicine It wUl do all that you recommend to do Besides I can recommend it to cure all liver and kid neytroubles CftreHto Kidney Trtuble Judge CJ Park RFDlBuckkud- Ga writes For a longtime I was troubled with catarrhpf the kidneys and after taking Peruna I f l like a new man I think it ihegrl teIrrkaaediolne of the aveandl ireitwillciueax iotuw et 1 P i I Mi17rr a Established rasv A Poor Weak Woman- As she is termed will endure bravely and patiently wayundrTtiefaatto be under such troubles Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical advice free of charge and in absolute confidence add privacy by writing to the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y for many years and has had a wider practical experience in the treatment of women s diseases than any other physician in this country His medicines ore worldfamous for their astonishing efficacy The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and deli cate women is Dr Pierces Favorite Prellc ptionJIT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL tThe many and varied symptoms of womans peculiar ailments are fully set forth in Plain English in the Peoples Medical Adviser 1008 pages a newly revised and uptodate Edition of which clothbound will be mailed free on receipt of 31 onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only Address as above X GRAND iFallan Winter Display OF f Most beautiful Millinery ever rougM vV IThe to Rockcastle f latest styles You need a new hat and here isjthe place to get it Many original patterns are shown as well as a great ifiany creations from my own millinery workshop I most cordially invite you to come in today and tomorrow and see the immense showing The hats you wish to wear as well as the hats you wish to look at and admire are all on exhibition Look at our show windows 10 MRS CLEO W BROWN rni tttl UHDBBTAKBB In Our line of Couch Caskets u is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfuraished Hearse sent to all parts of the County nl t All orders by Wire Promptly Filled J W A COXIIIIPhone KYI94S MT VERNON on il wen 6 The Old Reliable Most any Drug or Patent Medicine yot see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at THE OLD RELIABLE i Cheapest Drug Store in the county Ss C StreettSouth Side Main MT VERNON K- YNOTiCE1 Illf TAKE 1 Beginning Saturday 17thour flour ing mill will start and will run every day in the week unless unavoidably hindered in which event the public will receive notice Try our Meal Flour arid Shipstuff and see if in is not equal to anything on marketWp exchange flour for wheat H7 Poundsagood flour for T bushelwheat If you went your corn ground bring it to us we can please you Ifyou want the best shipstuftysendv- yourbrder to us Yours very truly 1M H HAMLIN Propr MTVE NON ROLLER MILLS ON 3k- L1 r- t ift it i JH j I F K R U E U E R S 0 N L rrit Shoes for Menkt r tttlannah Oxfords 35O and4CJV f IJ r lialk Over Ox rr 35n and 400 t American Gentlen toj 4 a- nr 5 American Lady Shoe r American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear thatv ti no other has try a pair 3 to 3501 v f Dress and Wash Goods j Our line is complete Silks in all shades and prices i1Jiit i Hosiery i BoysrJ T VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Oct i 19 Og Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application t MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION cae1MWhen the writer t Vernon in 1877 therewere bursix houses on Main street west of railroad crossing including Jack Adams residence where the dwelling of R A Sparks now stands Corn fields took up the space now occupied by dwellings on Williams and Poplar streets and on both sides of ruads west on Main street Newcomb avenue and White street were corn fields and pastures An old wooden jail stood stonebstable was on the lot where Jonas McKenzies store house stands Dr McKee occupied the house in a which the post office Is now kept The merchants were M T Miller tJack Adams Williams Miller J W Moore also post master J T Clark in house where Mit Miller now sells goods Mrs Sarah Welsh M F Brinkley and J E Vowels W M Weber and W T Brooks bad drng stores Where the 1eo blew bank is located was a barroom where beer was sold until the five county act was passed much more dunking was done in those days than now Walk New comb ad a blacksmith shop where H C Gentry is now located GriSn and Hopper were running i grist mill and carding machinery Charles Kirtley James Easom BurdettJohnN and G W McClure were r lawyers with I A Stewart andj John Watson Brown studying t admission to the bar Browngat n Ii A i t k tiy that time did a thriving free tipsiness in thebarber line among his numerous fried until he became carelessetit a mumber of heads of hair so short they were bald as pumpkins thereafter his rode divided and he was compelled to close his shop for lack ofapprecia live victims SW and J J Brown and W P McKee were the doctors practicing here We think J M Fish was county judge- D N Williams county clerk W M Fish circuit clerk Wm Randell of London was circuit judge and James Tinsley of Barboursville was Commonwealths attorney James L Joplin was proprietot of Joplin hotel and the Kirtley boarding house was located where W M Poyuter now resides The Newcomb hotel was then occupied as a residence by the families of T K and Jack Adams Sr J E Allen was undertaker and owned the Dr Myers property on Old Main street Dr Grant of Lancaster came up occasionally to do the dental work Dick Stanley was the shoemaker and lived in the property owned by James Meadows There was no bank until twenty three years later Most of the banking business was done through Stanford The preachers as we remember were William Azbill of Winchester James Allen of Danville James Chestnut and Jesse Tj tee of the county Wood Harper was railroad agent and pperator up- to August 1st 1877 when the writer took charge There were two passenger trains one each way daily Sweeuey and Sudduth were the conductors Cash Crooke was running the Pine Hill mines The Joplin coal bank and other local mines furnished the town with all coal needed The railroad had been here ten years The terminus was at Livingston No Sunday trains no air brakes only Re telegraph wire no telephones no barber except John Brown There was only two wheeled vehicles in way of buggies or carriages in Mt Vernon The old gallows had only been taken down a few months But three pianos and an organ or two No typewriters no newspapers no printing press Three brick houses court house Joplin hotel and Carpenters store where George Johnson keeps one churc- hbuilding three lodges masonic odd fellow andy food templars County was democratic in politics i s trr- tItIaL l4Ob GreenH 15O 2 00 1r tJt rka 3oI rShirts V W Our line of shirts is the best in town We have them in allsizes fromsods to 2 i i t r iri Gold Medal Flour We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 815 per barrel in wood and 100 per sackis the best flour made yanynlill Order a barrel or a sack It r A few short tretches of paved sidewalk and some plankedJ Shipment of tan bark was at its highest The shed of old hors mill was vet standing on lot where Tom Proctor s residence is located Old tan yard vats were in fair stat of preservation on lot just below Griffins mill near Spout Spring This spring and lot was owned by J K McClary later bought by ten or a dozen of our citizens and presented to the town The month of October of this year was ar eventful period in the life of the present Editor of the SIGNAL Or a farm near Mt Guthrie now Maretburg in the above month arrived a little stranger who is to day successfully running a newspaper and uptodate printing office in his county town of Mt VernonJ GOOD MEETING The good roads meeting held at Court House last Friday night was a rousing good meeting and we believe the initial step toward the construction of some good roads or pikes in Rockcastle The interest mini fested was wonderful and to those who have been leading the light must have been very gratitying The meeting was organized by the election of P H Shutts the pioneer in the good road fight as chairman and E S Albright as secretary Judge L W Bethurum was the first speaker making a rtrong appeal tor the betterment of our roads Judge Bethurum said that during his term as county Judge he had done everything in his power to better the conditions of the roads and 3u this effort has had the cooperation of every one directly connected but that it seemed all effort to improve the roads had been In vain due to the system of road Working andnotto any neglect of duty on the path of anypqe responsible He made a strong appeal for good roads and pledged every assistance on his part in the effort to give Rockcastle at least a few miles of good road Judge Lewis followed in short but appropriate talk heartily indorsing the move to get a few miles of model toad pledging his undivided assistance as a citizen and county official C C Williams came next making a strong plea whirl the people should unite Atbeir effects and build this proposed piece of pjke presieiatihg most forcibly iea- t t r t i what it would mean to the county Attyf JWLBtown Dr A G Lovell Cashiers M B Salin and W L Ririiiards were the other speakers who made short but to the point talks The speechmakinf having closed the subscription list was started and the following subscriptions received F L Thompson 50 oc C C Williams 100 oc Wm Pointer 100 oc W BDillingham 100 oc Dr A G Lovell 50 oc Chas Gi Davis 50 oc A B Furnish 50 oo Robert Cox 50 oo W L Richards 50 oo J W Brown 50 E S Albright 50 oo W A Cox 25 oo J J McCall 50 oo Mrs Cleo Brown 25 oo S C Chandler 50 oo Tohn Craig 25 oo S W Davis crushed stone IOU oo One rather discouraging featureI vas the absolute the Part of the large majority of our businessmen who would derive more benefit than all others A large number of ladies were present yto add good cheer and enthusiasm to the meeting Mesdames G W Marler and P H Shuns being two of the number who came six or seven miles from the country to be present at this meetingThe Mt Vernon Brass Band furnished mu ict and all in all it was a pleasant as well as what we believe will prove a profitable evening spent There still remains something less tharijp 100006 to be raised on subscription and the following gentlemen Messrs P H Shutts W L Richards M B Salin A H HamUn and W B Dillingham who composed the soliciting com- tutfteewi1t t e glad to take any ones name who desires to contri bute to the fund With they inter est now Bemg manifested if continued and each one doing his part we believe the coveted result is near atfhand WiU we all keep fighting or not The result will tell the tale BROWNNEMORIAL SCHOOL Btvenew flt ntsenteredSchool Ddopdsl lHtW tr IJ king p w rt8 enrolled a l r r 3 Ll f A special feature of the chapel exercises on Thursday morning was the song Rejoice The Lord is King by the chorus class It was very well sung and enjoyed by all present We expect each week to have some special music by the different departments and also to have read some one of the best Bible essays from the different Bible classes The Athletic Association met on Monday afternoon to elect officers and arrange tor Basket an d Base ball teams The following officers were elected President Scott Miller Vice President Secretary Clyde Watson Terasurer Mattie Baker Sergeant of Arms Ray Miller Manager H S Ball Team Robert Harry Miller Captain H S Bill Team Joe McKenzie Captain Grammar Ball Team Alma Forbes Captains Girls Racket Ball Teams High School Blanche Crawford Gram mar Coach for Basket- Ball Miss Wiley Coach for Tennis Miss Waddle The Literarv Society will hold their first meeting of the year this afternoon at 230 This meeting will be a business meeting for election officers and appointing committees A regular program will be arranged for the following Friday afternoon We will be glad to see our friends present at these meetings and at any other of the school exercises v 1iltiIwhi Is BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION if i DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHILLS II AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTSMr pharmacist Jewett Texas wrlleII recommended Herbina for Ia child that had chills and a general debili tated and who hiid tried nearly- everythingcxcept Hcrbine It quickly cured the child sad the feunily now keeps Herblne all the time They recommend it to others onjI know or Price 50 Cents per Bottle E SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO sI4 aaa ltkAiipMee4 d ley QkSI CJ3AS C DAVIS Frank Westerfield and Edward Boone were instantly killed and George Hays and Jack Boone probably fatally injured by the explosion of a boiler in a sawmill near Spring LickGrayson county t 1 f Tuesday 4t i 45j CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the iqnatnre of rnl Do not be deceived by unscrupu lous imitators who would have you believe that the imitation pills areas good as DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills There isnt any thing just as good as these wonder ful pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back inflammation of the bladder urinary disorders and all kidney complaints Any one can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in perfect confi dence ot good results Sold by Chas C Davis GRANVILLE OWENSI- UNDERTAKER giving giving Use Golden ointment for Burns Scalds Soresitch blood poison ScaldhadV and all skindiseases C C Davis Vernon Kyand Livingston Drug Co Livingston Ky Sept 3 tf ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 are authorized GEORGE r Marshallof- the town of Mt subject the people ii I t Dont wear Ordinary clothing when it no more to wear wen made asb stylish clothing If you buy Shield Bran- dNOTICE the tailor made effect of the air ment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat r the results of artful designing and high class tailoringt Shield Brandt Clothing for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which 0 are attached to sieve within the following ranges MENS v 10 the lowest 20 to highest BOYS 300 the lowest 600 highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show tf fr Z t e care of your stomach ITake digest all food you is what Kodol does Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 2j pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by Chas C Davis OUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the fresest ofcut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for funeral purposes- In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hands at reas onable prices- CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUBBARD iROP Stanford Ky Rheumatic Pains relieved by KM al Dr AntiPain Plus 25 dose etA Jt 33 DC cc It I I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph Or TO orders Promptly lei1Filledco The above picture represents a Hypermetropic eve called farsighted The left cut shows light thrown back of the retna imperfect vision The right cut shows the eye properlv fitted with glass and light focusing upon the retna perfect vision I fit all kinds of eyes Also do all kinds of wai ch work and jewelry repair l work First room over J T Adams store Mt Vernon Ky Call Ind see me S C FRANKLIN Sold by Mt We to announce FERGUSON Vernon to costs the the Miles 3q the FOR SALE PRIVATEIY Having a sold my farm I desire to vately the following stock One team of mules one 2year old mule one 2year olc filly oue 2year old horse ten head of sheep and 20 head of cattle R H LEWIS Wildie Ky Tlit Kid Ihle Eeant e cya iV ivEbS1NAJMT Call up Noyou waotto SIGNALz9cate with 0 1- at 4 R R t J TIME TABLE 22north 437 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a m 21 South 1219 a m TASLANDRUM Agent rPhone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL j O M Payne of Disputanta was 1 in town yesterday Rev and Mrs M G Fish were in Berea Wednesday G W Gentry Sr talks of moving to Oklahoma J H Hayes of the Wildie section is very sick P H Shutts was in yesterday talking turnpike to a finish Oscar and Tribble Bryant are telegraphing near Bluefield W Va Cashier W L Richards will move into his new home next weekMrs James Meadows and children spent Sunday with friends at Pine Hill Mrs John Fish of Etawah Tenn is spending the week here with relatives Freeman Ketron a substantial farmer of the Wildie section was in town yesterday Charley Chandler the flour man and telephone promoter ofLondon was here this week Mrs W Smith the photo grapher has left Mt Vernon and located at Livingston Wm Bryant hss returned from a weeks visit with his uncle Wm Hicks at Bluefield West Va Mr and Mrs S N Davis and little laughter Mary Elizabeth visited the family of W A B Davis Sunday Herriu Brothers have just fin ished plastering the up stairs of the Cox building and have gone to Stanford where they have a large contract Rev T D Mullins has been confined to his room most of the time for the past three or four weeks but we are glad to say is much better now Mrs Patsy Brown who has been nursing Mrs Fred Hahn came in yesterday to take the train to Stanford and reported Mrs Hahn doing nicely now being able to sit up Mrs S D Lewis will leave in a few days for Chattanooga to spend several weeks with her mother and attend the marriage of her sister Miss Janie which takes place about the middle of this month Cleve Cable who is at home from HavanaCuba visiting his mother at Brodhead was a pleasant visitor to our town Wednesday He was accompanied by George Frith another one of Brodheads splendid young men George French who has a lucrative position in the Chief Engineers office of one of the Southern roads at Gulf Port Miss was a visitor to our town Sundav being in the county on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Wm French of Livingston LOCAL Ladies tine sweater coats all wool at Fishs Bring your watch or jewelery to Moore for repair Shop over Peoples Bank Sept 243t I WILL DYE FOR YOU Have just returned from the city where I learned to dye and am now ready to do all kinds of cleaning yeing repairing and pressing at reasonable prices WM MULUNS Phone 85 i Mt Vernon Ky W A Cbffeyt the democratic candidate for Jailer was in town last week and said he was in the fight toa finish Bill is one of Rpckcastles best men and a man against whom no charge can be made His life is an open book and his record clean and as such comes before the people asking tor r their support rJ rt New stock of heavy underwear just opened at Fishs Mr Noe father of the merchant will shortly move from Harlan county to Rockcastle Rockcastle countyis one hundred years old having been established in 1309 Was organized in 1816 A GOOD FAKV FOR SALECall at the B K Bethurum Farm i34 miles west of MaretburgJ LEWIS A test has been made ot salt peter from Great Saltpeter Cave located in eastern part of county and it is claimed to have proved to be a good fertilizer Nnw PHONES AND CHANGES John Clontz residence no 121 Williams street Dr G C Price residence no 106 I Richmond street Dick Sowder meat market no 127 S Old Main street James Anderson residence no 123 S Newcomb avenue A H Hamlin Roller mills no rag Spout Spring alley BOYS GIRLS COLUMBIA BI CYCLE FREE Greatest offer out Get your friends to subscribe to lour magazine and we WIllmake a present of a 4ooo Columbia Bicycle the best made Ask for particulars free outfit and circular telling How to Strt Address The Bicycle Man 2931 East 22nd Street New York City N Y UPTODATEPeople passing along Richmond Road or the upper Renfro Road notice with pleasure the farming ability of William Dowell who lives on what was formerly known as the Walt Smith place His farm is clean fencijg up and in splendid order It is well set in grass and he is proving in every way an uptodate farmerCHILDRENLast year there were 4995 pupil children in Rock castle county Bnt there was an enrollment in the schools of only 4474 This shows that there were 521 pupil children in this county who did not attend school at all last year This paper heard of no delinquent parent being prosecuted for failing to send his children to school as the law requires Wake up teachers and trustees and let us have the law complied with The state of Tennessee held a good roads convention of throe days duration at Nashville last week attended by delegates from every county The greatest interest was manifested and almost every pha se of road building and care of same was discussed A lull atteudance and close attention was had each of the three days The need of the hour is a system of highways connecting county seats and the principal country towns and villages Now another corollary from the text which I would like to draw is that we ought to ascribe to our neighbors and to those with whom we come in contact or with respect to whose action we have to express an opinionas high motives as ws can We ought to avoid this acrimonious discussion that con signs everybody who is opposed to our view to perdition and having the most corrupt motives and ascribe to those who stand with us only the purest motives Life is top valuable to waste in anger and the charging and denunciation of our fellowmen when they dont deserve it From a sermon delivered by Presideut Taft in Mormon Tabernacle Salt Lake City Sunday Sept 26th A few of our older inhabitants remember uncle Alfred Owens and Galloway Mullins and their quaint sayings It was uncle Alfred who attempted to quiet the fears of his friends and neighbors when the stars fell in 1833 On a certain night stars fell in showers the people were frightened into fits believing the end of the world was at hand Many were praying others running here and there under great excitement Uncle Alfred was the coolest ofal1 Pointing to the moon he remarked Just keep your eyes on the main fugelment if she starts to hl we go in a hand basket This remarkable display of shooting stars is due to be repeated sometime in the month of May 1910 It will be caused by Halleys comet which makes its appearence every seventy six years Its next visit will not cause the wide spred terror it did on its 1833 visit for the reason the population are better informed on such subjects than in 1833 rrI en 0ZCI2 t1 j- en r r3- 1 4- C j flQ O O 2 z hClr tj y rr- Jt D T 10 8200 00Or H O w J0d 11 ja ccZ ttIta V 0 tj tI1 t48Z jt0 tJ IfrnCLlJ cn r Hack Cress ofthe Wabd section died yesterday We were unable to learn any of the part icularsIMrs Henzman worthy townsman died Monday night Mrs Henz man had been in very poor health for some time J H McKinney sold his farm near Freedom toT N Noe for 2500 We trust Mr McKinney will rebuv in the county as we do not want to lose such a splendid citizen as he John Simpkins who lived near No 2 tunnel was burned out Tuesday losing every thing he had He was at work on the new depot when the loss occurred T J Hayes the democratic candidate for County Judge was in town Saturday but so far as we have been able to learn made no announcement that he would or would not make the race The work on the new Depot is progressing rapidly and when completed Mt Vernon will be able to boast of the nicest depot on the Knoxville division which is from Livingston to Louisville S B McKenzie Co is the style of a new furniture company started in Mt Vernon taking over the line of furniture of Robert and E BCox The new firm will be located in building next to Fish Watch for announcement next issue- The county board of education met Wednesday and purchased lot from F R Asher just west of the Presbyterian church 276 front running full width back 500 feet as the site for the new High School Specifications will be submitted and bids received for construction of building just as soon as possible TOWN LOTS FOR SALEI desire to sell my residence in Mt Vernon which consists of one half acre ground and a good eight room residence with all the necessary outbuildings Also a house and lot in Livingston known as the Coffey property a good five room cottage in good repair For terms address J P LEICHLEITER Sept 24tf Mt Vernon Ky e J p RRC 0 OCZ1 CIJ t ffl 1 J o r3SM11 Ot3t3 o 9 o pLj t SI 0 0 0 0Orj o tTj qIdU1 6ig 0So 1t1Q 0 1 0 c- O of 1- UJ JJ- od ro tr tr1- Jq en tD tt- UJ 3 0UJ trUJ o ffi S 0 = trJ 1- U 1 ID t0 St3t3 t P 1 1 odOAcr tro ro- 03 O C1l c n 0CroaN 0 rowW g t1 PJ tt isPJaQ 8 0 ro0a +e nen = 1 4O bIO-O O r+ p f Q i ri Ef o q nb ro P1 p 0 On Jn 0 t r3 en i y- G0 rn i o9 nJtna5ro = x x0oOfIJn v Po off w su e 0NsCS i0 Ci0 Send your friends some Mt Ver non scenes Get them at Fishs It the people through the Freedom section the proposed route tor the turnpike dont want the pike the Maretburg people do and will put up money to get it The coat of paint on the Baptist church and the concrete walk to be built in front of it will be a very decided and much needed improvement The old church had become so weather beaten that it was an eye sore ELECTION Livingston Mount Vernon and Brodhead are Sixth Class Municipalities and as such are required to elect city officials at the coming November electron This paper in common with every good and progressive citizen is deeply interested in the se lection of good live progressive officers The success of these towns in a large degree depend upon it Pay no attention to politics The concensus of opinion inali thriving towns is that city and county affairs are be st administered when men are selected without regard to their political affiliations Ignore politics entirely in such races and vote forth candidates best equipped to ably and honestly discharge tbe duties of the position sought This is the only way to gdtIa dollars worth of gocd government for a dollars worth of taxes The Mt Vernon Base Ball Team will lock horns with the Ocela Pulaski county Team Pt Spiro tomorrow afternoon Spiro is out five miles on the new Bromo Pike and a good drive from town All parties holding claims against the estate of J J Wood deceased must present same to me on or before Oct 6th properly proven Those Indebted to his estate must settle same by that date Mrs IDA WOOD Admx STRAYED From my pasture five or six weeks ago a red and whiter spotted yearling heifer Liberal reward for information leading to her recovery Gus STAVE SON j Saptv 2aV Mt Vernon Ky if Ii t Ilm f4rntl tr 0 O rrrro t1 tD 0 trOPJ n 0v Q cIJ rt 1 ro r- Ir1CD 0 1qEJ Q d 0tr 1ro 0P = tro J Hj en cI Jq PJJn fJ r t JJ 8 cJ D fJ P M r- hr tj Drt t 0 tr- jc tr 0t1 M aqtj 1 t- SCD rI to 0 tt tj O Q s to tj 0 tSM urJJ C p tr M 1 D 0 rYf OQt v rjrt 1q tr 0- cI D- c trtre tqo Co 0p 0fa 00 0 t OQfJ D j t t4Cj rs rt C 0 6 UJ C O p S t3 fJ 1CD fJ P 31 or 0t EJ 0 p bi = 1 C s cMp rt CIJM JJ 00 Sr1r3 JJ = 0 rt aqJJ rt rt 0fI rt 0 vtA0 brv t P UI r3 Sy I PIKE SUBSCRIPTIONS T B Chandler cash 50 labor no Reported last week W J Sparks cash 250 A H Hamlin H ISo labor 125 F Krueger Son cash 200 Jonas McKenzie 100 Will make his subscription 200 if necessaryP cash 560 labor 500 DBChandler 100 JO Scoggin too G W Marler 100H 100 H C Blanton 100 J H McKinney 100 John Scott 100 In a speech on the conversation of natural resorces delivered at Spokane Wash President Talt declared that he would ask Congress to authorize the issuance of 10000000 in bonds to complete irrigation projects already begun in- the West and on which work has been stopped for Jack of funds After sixtysix talesmen had been examined a jury was secured at Warrenton Va to try J D Harris principal of the Warrenton High school for the murder of W A Thompson associate editor- o the Warrenton Vir inian- arrisentered l aplea of self defense- A joint debate on the tariff in which each will defend his own views of the proper position for the Democratic party to take has been arranged between William Jennings Bryan and Senator Joseph Bailey of Texas The debate will be held some time during October at Atlanta Insane from fever and the recent death of his wife John Champion a sbanty boatJJ1an attempted to kill its Children at Paducah set fire to Jits 30 tjtad jumped in the river He was captured John Champion r the elder son is missingDistrict Attorney William Trav ers Jerome Tuesday filed the necessary petition WJth the bureau of elections indorsing his candidacy for reelectio m frp thousand names are nie Mry indejypendent nominating petition but Mr Jerome seiit in 5000 0 1CnKm Sup tl jj J I p J gCiJ t7 r 15C q to jcfcD LJ L t1rJJ t1 c1JO mTonic or Stimulant There is an immense difference between a tonic and a stimulant Up one day way back the next thats a stimulant Steady progress day by day toward perfect health thats a tonic Ayers Sarsaparilla is a tonic lia strong tonic The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Do not stimulate unless your doctor says so He knows Ask him Do as he says JC Ayer Co LowellMC Constipation is the one great cause of sickheadache biliousness indigestion bad breath debility nervousness Has your doctor everrecommended Ayers Pillsto you 8fJD c DK Convenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent w iMauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu rSmall amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you fare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as youcan save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNONr INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY vi 1 w w tttttttttttttttttttttttJItttttttttttt11tttt1 w ffT VERNON DflEKET CD 1 PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS EKBALMERS S tMt Ey COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of companyw = EOrders wire promptly filled Hearse sent to points = w AB FURNIS WH KRUCER = Pnone Proprietors lil1111111111111111111ill111il111111111111Jllill111111111l illl11111111111 details the meetings of President Tail Diaz at Paso Texas Juarez Mex have been completed Each on other on October 16 f S r i 1 w J2 AND r Vernon 3 by all H r All for and El and will call the James B fiaggin oWn of the Elmendorf estate near Lexington has signed his crop ot tobacco to the pooling movement thereby the leadersthik assuring the auccesa oJ tbeipoa a HjIIr 4 I I fix 11 I i ItiwL YLr ftlVlfM hi Yii ejri rlt 4rJiiii SIl3etter Not- Dyspepsia Get ISI T If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion A great many people who have trifled with indigestion have been sorry for itrwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having t is subject to indiges Ftion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and t healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fitid bloated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the I stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired feelingyou need Ko dol And then the quicker you take Kodolthe better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely to be of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin is only by CHAS C DAVIS i SENATOR BOSWORTHS PLAIN TALE- Senator Bosworth at Lexington told a plain tale from the hills that ought to interest every Kentucky citizen irrespective of his place of residence his occupation his politics or the amount of his worldly goods Good roads are good investments At present thejre are constitutional obstacles that prevent such in vestments from being made upon a satisfactory scale A county may not become indebted more than 2 per cent of its assessed Valuation Seventy counties of ii9are without gravel or macadam roads Of those boasting pikes or gravel roads many are in need of road improvement that would entail a considerable outlay but would certainly bring good returns It is proposed to adopt an amend ment allowing an indebtness of 5 per cent subject to the vote of counties for roadmaking It is proposed that counties be allowed to levy a tax not to exceed 20 cents upon each 100 of property to create a sinking fund and pay interest upon bonded indebtedness It is also proposed to provide that the State may aid counties in road building One offect of the adoption of the proposed amendment would be to put Kentucky in a position to take advantage of Federal aid in roadbuilding in the event of the enactment of the pioposed national road law Good roads constitute good missionary work in the poorer sections of a State Slate aid in building them 9 in the mountain counties of Kentucky would greatly increase the compensations of life in those counties and greatly r increase prosperity and enlighten ment In all sections of Kentucky better toads increase the prices of farming land so greatly that the difference between the cost of good and bad roads is reraid tenfold wherever road making is vigorously and intelligently undertaken From Senator Bosworths speech to the convention of Central Ken tucks Commercial Clubs the following telling paragraphs are quotedYour Bluegrass counaes and Jefferson county and the other counties having the larger cities pay the greater part of the taxes of our State You pay taxes on the valuation of from 40 to 75 per acre here and in Southwestern Kentucky they pay only on from iqto 20 per acre on land which is as rich as your land and they t can raise as much corn wheat tobacco and other products as you can raise on these beautiful acres in the Bluegrass but they in Southwestern Kentucky have no roads and you see by you having roads and these counties of South western Kentucky lavingno roads it is costing you people the difference intax sbn a valuation of irotu 10 tO20 per acre which they pay and the 40 to 5per acre value on which you have to pay Now you can figure out u15wmuch it is costing yOU by reason of the other part of the r tate not having good roads There are fiftyone or more fj f t1 f pauper counties in our State that is counties1 which draw more money outcif the State Treasury to 1y toward the schools courts etc tl1ntl1ey pfy into the State Treasury The toll roads if1elltral Ken tueky were pr li by stock companies and tile envestment t f r7 7 r J J 0 a partial digesterand physics are not digesters at all Kodol is a perfect digester If you could see Kodol digestingevery particle of food of all kinds in the glass testtubes in our laboratories you would know this just as well as we do- Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomachbut In order to be cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests the stomach while the stomach gets well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and get a dot tar bottle you have used the entire contents of the bottle if you can anygooahe wilt refund your money without question or delay We will then pay the druggist for the bottle Dont hesitate all goodThisand to but one in a Zanily The large tle contains 2J4 times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of EG DeWitt Co Chicago Sold paid They are now kept tip by taxation and the investment still pays None of the Bluegrass counties would exchange its turn pikes for the abolition of the tax that maintains them Some of those counties have 400 or 500 miles of pikes and the need in all of them is for an increased mileage Every farm that fronts upon a good turnpike sells for wore than all equally fertile farm that is connects with the nearest good turnpike by- a rough oad or lane The blue grass farm that is connected with a good turnpike by a dirt road not only sells for a good less per acre tqan a farm of the same degree of fertility better located but is also mucu more difficult to sell A forced sale of such property usually entails a considerable loss to the owner whereas a lorced sale of property so situated that it has a value as a home and a speculative value may be made upon mud better terms v liven in Jefferson county where considerable progress has beet made within the last five years there is yet a great deal to be done before the system of public roads can be bought anywheie near the high developement that the bet interest ot both the city and country community demand In 5o per cent of the total area of the state taere are no really good roads whatever In a very considerably proportion of it wheeled vehicles are used in winter and spring only at an enormous expense to rolling stock Over such roads full loads cannot be hauled from the farm to the railroad A resultant loss of farm profits is the inevitable con sequence The proposed constitutional amendment should be voted for The time for florid oratory about the glory of Kentuckys past the excellence of Kentuckys whisky and the beauty of Kentuckys women has passed What is need ed is the awakening of Kentuckys breadwinners to the importance ot simplifying the problem of winning bread together with a little butter and other trimmings Bad roads at the present time reflect upon a State which boasts cherished traditions they are enough to drive the rural community to oVe- rindulgence in Kentucky whisky they isolate the farm and leave beauty in distress because chivalry is in the mire or upon the other ideof it and unwilling to risk its uncertaintiesLet together for good road from one end of the State to the other Outlay to build them is not speculation Counties that go in debt to build them may be certain ot reaping a net profit wherever the funns are intelligently applied to remedy existing Conditions The press tbe politicians and the pulpit should have no difficulty in agreeing in this matter MONEY COMES IN BUNCHES to A A Chisholm of Trendwell N Y now His reason is well worth readinguFor a long time I suffered from indigestiqn torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nOr ambition grew weaker every dayin spite ofall medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all xntfr old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves Soc atiCha C Davis ifj jt 1 tiUtJ f WJ MEIIshould begin at home Counties Lick good highways should go to work to obtain them The bond issue idis a good one but rnueu can be dout even without a bouo issue and no county is so pooi that it cannot make a beginning ii the direct iuu of permanent im provemeut One good road in a county is a standing argument foi more and when the first good road is builtit is certain that others will lollow Counties which wait far State 01 national aid in the work fcon btructmg Highways are likely to watt a long time There is little assurance anywhere of assistance Jrofn either souice Itis not the business of tile Federal Govern went to business upon which the State could venture With au roseare hope ot a satisfactory out come either to State or counties The hope of the goodroads movement lies in the creation ofa popular sentiment for improvement Whenever that sentiment is pre dominant results will be seen Lo follow in natural sequence The Lord helps those who help them selves The Federal Government and the State have troubles and problems of their own Those who would catch larks not make any appreciable progress if they wait for the skies to fall Those wno would build roads must go at t With u and shovel and wheel barrow auu steam roller properly sustained and accelerated by an- appropriatiqnCourier Journal a b IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin taking it now Take It In a little cold milk or water sac and SLOD All Druggists PF POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tres 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Magazine Building New York City N Y FRIGHTFUL FATE AVERTED I would have been a cripple for life from a terriable cut on my kneecap writes Frnnk Disberry Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Chas C Da- visKILLE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS wITHOrKingsNew I FOR cOUCHS OLDS IIDeAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES UABANTEEDSATISFA B OR MONEY REFUNDED FOLmIlODYAlmIARthr FARM KORS tLEAfann of 136 acres locatedon waters of Boons Fork creek tWovery good houses on farm Will sell worth the- money SMITH PREWITT iuJ i c b ii KY J T rll7ifJ iflLi k rJeat is the perfectly balanced oIhuman 1i3 f nChhia for your table inth family Size Packages THE BEDROCK OF SUCCESS lies in a keen clear brain backed bv indomitable will and iesiste s energy Such power come from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Lift Pills impart They itiiize ever y orgau and buildup brain and 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of the political situ ation some thiee weeks since I authorized the Press of the district to announce my candidacy tully intending to make the race bl bince that time I find it is impost tI ible for me to so arrange m business to find the time to Canv s and organize the district and loi this reason I have decided to with draw from the contest trusting that some other man who can and will find the time to do so maybe found to make the race Thanking all those who so gener ously offered me their support aud thanking the press of the district for the nice things said of me law yours truly W M CRESS For a clear head a stout heart and a strong mind DeWitts little early risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequelled for anything where a salve is needed and is especially good for Piles Sold by Chas C Davis There are many different terms for chauffer Some of them will readilly coined to mind about the time vou get bumped by a machine The Wasp 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