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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI i U i j r r Y d Published Every I Friday n I uu j nuii i nj jlf blJ t I s VOLUME XXIII MT VERKON liOCKGASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 8 1909iVUi12BER 2 The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I Baking Powder Absolute PURE lf t DRUGS AWhy dont you ynstop and think beS Vioie you buy that cheapN 1fir v soap that will rrin Your Vsldn when you can buy such asyjTears Cuticura Buttermilk Cash mere Bouquet Resinol Craddocks theGv oodsoaps that are on the y v 9CL Drug4l V Mt Vernon DRUGS n II I The Old Reliable 9 f I IEee Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at THE OLD RELIABLE Drug Storein the eonntyj1Cheapest C DAVI Side Main Street MT VERNON mc f KYII LI V1N8TO Rice Waiton is at home this week from Eondon where he is attending school H Bnrtfn is slowly improving and we lope he will get out again soonlotd Lumber Co has a crew here re pairing thdr booms Pate Mc Clure asked me to announce through the columns nfthe SIGAJ- so the county officials would catch on that there was a fine against him and that he had a jbh now arid had gone to work the fire he had done for two years and to let him alone I will say to them please donc ISO Pate for some wen like to be bothered wh e at work Mrs Egbert Hayes and litle son Arna cf Jeilico ale visiti g relatives here this week St e used to be the Livington corre pondent to the SIGNAL and a good one too Come again cousin it makes us think of bvgoire day when Livingston was a model town when the hum of industry could be heardon all sides But since v e have reasons to complain theilLiv ingston Lumber Co has almost suspended work the New Living ston Coal Company has gone to other fields the R R work has fallen off but still w look for bet ter times We often think of the wave of prosperity that all have heard so much about passing through perhaps a portion will fall to our lot and then the little town on the river will be blessed Lloyd Owens of Level Green was in our midst Saturday Vliss Lida Cook took her Sunday school class to the rioted Wild Cat battle ground Sunday and all report a good time Married on Oct 2 John E How ard of Clay ciL E Clark Mr Howard is p s 70 and Mrs Clark is 72 both hob bling on canes It is quite funny = to see this couple But Mr How ard said he was obeying that part J of scripture wher it says it is not good Jor a man tbe aloneChas PerryIU Johnson still makes his trips over Gauley Luck to you old loy I now fulfill my promise of two secondUj Police T U hewnin Mar flIshallCook Perry Dees and N H Oli car S E Hellard is also in the 11ATTENTION Do you want a nice present if so read the g rest of this notice We have purchased the stock of furniture of Robt E B Cox and have moved it to the buildingnext to J Fish We want as many people as possible to visit our store during the month of October and as an inducement we propose to give away a handsome quarter sawed oak dining table ab solufely free Our plan is this visit our store sign the register and get your ticket If you hold the lucky number the table is yours and not a penny of cost to you Some one will get itx how do you know but that it will be you iRemember t of you want anything to furnish r your home we can supply your wants andat itheright price Yours etc q S B McKENZll CO FISH BUILDING MT VERNON KY gx3 3 rf- ifj 7r d fight for marshall They are all fine men and we look for a hot con test although politics will not be known in the fight We do not wish to boast hut we say without fear of successful contradiction that we have the finest school in the county and wish to congratulate the teachers on their wonderful success The Principal Prof J W Jamison is a Baptist preacher and a fine scholar Mrs E Fish back also has a fine education and is doing her best and the way we get our info ination is that the whcledistrict is singing their praise DC Alcorn is up in Jackson this week taking up logs for the Ford Lumber CoMrs H L Delph who has been very sick for some days is slowly improving D McKinney of Cincinnati is in town for a few days Mr McKinney was once a citizen of this place but moved to LaFollette Tenn and is now connected with a large whiskey concern in Oi- ncinatiBorn to the wife ol Pat poundIwas dead She left Wednesday for Quail to attend the funeral Dr R G Webb has returned home and brought his brother Sam as far as Louisville where he placed him in a hospital Sam was shot in thefar west The Doc tor reports him getting along fine and will soon be able to come home Mr App Taylor is a candidate tor Trustee and we long to see him goodIro good streets is- the kind of men we want to elect The calaboose that was built some years ago is in a dilapidated condition and should be torn down It is not fit to put cattle in much liss men There should be a good one built and then when a man was fined not take him to Mt Vernon pilebstreets we have the rocks and the streets need the work so lets build a new jail down here and keep our jail birds away from Mt Vernon Mrs Nora Jinkins has returned from a weeks visit to Ed QutnnsI at ParisH D Magee Mt Vernon Saturday Fillard McClure has moved off the Peak of Pennyrifie into Livingston DR S J CONTRIBUTESSf20WNJ Stanford Ky October 2 1909 Dear Treasurer Please find enclosed check for small sum to go to the god road fund which is a token of love I have for the county ofmy birth the resting place ofmy departed love ones and the home of my friends tried and true You have a splendid start and men who perform what they purpose Never let up until your roads will put you on commerciallcvelwith your sister counties If every citizen remote or near farmer merchant or professional could only realize what it would be to him and his posterity your subscription would soon be ample We hope to see Rock castle in keeping with its insti tutions buildings andcitizenship Yours ever E J BROWN DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con- st tutisnal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition or the mucous liningof the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect 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 byCatarrhinflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Daafness caused by byHallscirculars freeoR J CHTJNNY Co- Toledo O 7scIr for con COVE Mrs James Riddle and little daughters Virgie and Susie visited relatives in East Bern ladt the first of the weekV T Davis Richard Proctor James Bullock Ed Bullock and their respective families were the guest of Wm Proctor Sunday The regular services held last Sunday were well attended A large crowd at Bible school as well as at churcn IJones Proctor and Pal Moore vicinity were in Hazel Patch this week George Bryant has moved into the property vacated by Flim Garrett Little Fannie Langford who has for some days been il with throat trouble is slowly improvingMrs W T Davis who has been in this section for a while has gone into the Buckeye neighborhood Every body wears a smile now Thats because there is so muchnew molasses in this county Stir offs will be almost a nightly occurrence for awhile The family of Blake Taylor have returned from a weeks visit to Barboursville ITS A TOP NOTCH DOER Great deeds compel regard The worldcrowns its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and la grippe vanish It heals coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Gen More Black Jack N Cwrites it cured me cf lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 5oc loo Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by Chas C Davis WANTED Success Magazine wants an energetic and responsible titan or woman in Mt Vernon to collect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full Qf snare time Experience unnecessary Anyone can start among friends and acquaintankes and buil tl a paying and permanent busiue5S- without capital Complete outfit nd iastru ctions free Address VoN Success Magazine Room 103 Success Magazine Building New York City N Y Most women are troubled with Kidney complaint and you know very many serious and even fatal Diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will take De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see how really good thev are Beware ofiimitalions pills that are intended to deceive you Be sure you get De Witts Sold by C Davis vV oinans Relief Corp Wets Brown the Chaplain Gives Ar Interesting Account of Pe rtNla- MRS MARY M BROWN Mrs Mary M Brown President oS the Y W C T U of East Providence R I is also Chaplain Womans Relief Corps and Past Department President of the W M C of tho State of Rhode Island This prominent lady writes an open letter to suffering women all over the United States Her letter is as follows f The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen Socially as well as offiolally 1 meet a large number of women old and young bright intelligent women who do their own thinking and form their own opinions You will therefore be pleased to know that Peruna is a favorite remedy among women and that it is generally considered superior tqsnyprescription known In cases of catarrh and weakness peculiar to the sex 1 have had occasion several times in cases of cold and depression to use Peruna and have found it very effectual MARY M BROWN 149 Orosyenor Ave f cEast Providence R I J 2 7 wvvwwvw- J Established 1887 ol1rr o CJL MD n e We Give A ay- Absoltdely Free of Cost The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or Medicine Simplified by IL V Pierce M D Chief Consulting Physician to tile Invalids Hotel and Sur gical Institute at Buffalo a book of 1008 large pages and over 700 illustrations in strong paper covers to any one sending 21 one ceo stampsOverbinding at regular price of 150 Afterwards one and a half million copies readyforPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y DR PJEECES FAVaHTE PRESCRIPTION THE ONE REMEDY for womans peculiar ailments goodenough that its makers arc cct afraid to print on its outside wrapper its every ingredient No SecretsNo Deception THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and no habitforaaiag drugs Made from native medicinal forest roots of well established curative value r K r tJkf7 l Y trGRAND li 4 YFI l 4VOF i 1ost neautiful to Luheryvrt Dmugnt t IE JVVVThe latest styles You need a new hat and here itheplace to get it Many original patterns are shown as well as a great many creations from my own isIJ1york shop I most cordially invite you to come in 2cand tomorrow and see the immense showing 2hats you wish to wear as well as the hats you wish toylook at and admire are all on exhibition Look atRour show i windowsiMRS CLEO w BROWN r CG rc- rTAKE 57 Xr otK a X 01 rN VvW v Ir NOTICE 1 Beoinmiiif Saturday 17th our flour11 TJ iug mill will start andstill run every Yf 7in the week unless 11 iurileCelJ and see if in is not equal to anythingon W market Q We i7a S pounds good flour for 1 bushel wheat rK If you wrnt your corn ground bringrlit to us we can please you lf t If you want the best shi tuilsencl M your order to us 9 Yours Very truly M A H HAMLIN Proper I W MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS 9MT KBSWTUeKYR3C- Cg6X5 r 35C3 83BG 1 XS63 3wh J7 4VVVl W NORTHti r P EXPLOREDg J j J = THIS IS THE DAY AND AGE OF EXPLORING So begin by starting ji Bank account with us It i does not matter what road of exploring you can use a bank account and if you do not feel thei of it going you may coming back fuse an account with us and we dssuiv you botha fit jj3 a pleasant and profitable 1 We never allow V ourselves to get so busy thatwe are not ready to p impart any information we have e and start with us not to the North Pole 11mbusiness relations ft Yours very truly i its PEGPLES 8ANK rt 3 3X zGotci fe s I f y vv V II FKRUEflERSON itt I r rfi t sFI f Shoes for Men Jf aV Hannah Oxfords 3oO and 406 Walk Over Ox 350 and 400 American Gentlen 3 4 and 5 American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goodsz Our line is complete Silks in all shades and prices y Hosiery Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys Hose are guaranteed Come try a Pairjt f r SIGNALAFRIDAY Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application r s MEMBER OF w KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 4 c w tf PARK FOR MT VERNON The people of Mt Vernon and vicinity seem to be anxius to have a park made where the old section house in Mt Vernon now stands This old house has been standing for more than one hundred years No living man remembers when it was new This ancient land mark hoary with age has seen generation after generation come and go It is an eye sore to the people of Mt Vernon The Board of Trusteees of the Town of Mt Vernon has requested the Louisville 8r Nashville Railroad Company to tear down this old house and establish a park where it now stands The Board has made an official request asking the Com pany to grant this boom to our town The Company has map parks at mary other places along the line of road between Knoxville and Louisville There are nice parks at South Louisville Lebanon Junction Crab Orchard Living ston London and at many other pointsThe Railroad Company isnoN building a new depot at this place of which our people will be proud The only thing that will mar the beauty of the new depot will be the old section house that overshadows it on the South The people of our town need a park The spirit of lethargy is departing frohi our people and the spirit Ptndttstry and prosperity is taking hold of us f We now have a thriving little city Brown Memorial School with its 125 pupils is located here we have a good doimitory that accomtno dates many a girl we have a pub lic school well attended The Board of Education of Rockcastle connty has just decided to erect a High School at a cost of 10000 we have a valuable rock crusher- plant here that furnishes ballast daily to the cailroad company and to towns along the iouisville Nashvile line of road We have a lime plant a successful flouring mill plaining mill and other im provements Large quantities of lumber staves spokes tanbark c are shipped from this place each year This park would add no small amount of beauty to our town and comfort and pleasure to our people We stand ready to take our hats off to the L N the day it orders a park to take the place of this ancient structure Vend the people of Mt Vernon and vicinity heartily join with the Town Board of Trustees in asking the Company to establish this park So mote it be Duluth Ky Oct 7 1909 MT VERNON SIGNAL- It is certainly a cause for re joicing to the progressive citizens of Rockcastle county and for congratulation to the SIGNAL man that the initiative for improvement of roads streets and sidewalks has been begun in the columns of the SIGNAL and by agitation and discussion by the people in town and county In the matter of good roads it goes as a self evident truth needing no argument to prove it that the material prosperity of any place depends on its facilities for trans portation Every town or city of importance owes its prosperity to transportation by water or by virtue of its beinga railroad center A town on a branch of a trunk line becomes nothing more than a way station if the roads leading to it are not such that large loads can be quickly and easily movfd to it With a good road between Mt Vernon to Langford the distance between Cincinnati and Mt Vernon can be shortened three hours Mt Veruon with added facilities of fifty miles of turnpike would have her real estate enhanced at once 25 per cent more Mt r i t Hats b Stetson Hats ell GreenU k 1 1 400I ZWt 2 OO- l 11tfi 3 oo J 1 2 r 1fi2 j t1F r cur Shirts Our line of shirts is the best in town We have them in allsizes from 50 ctsto 2 2z kc 7 7q J J Gold Medal Flour We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 815 per barrel in wood and 100 per sack It is the best flour made by anynlilL Vi Order a barrel or a sack Vernon should be the center com mercially and educationally of not less that Six y Four Square miles yes twice that number It it in the midst of a district rich Agricultural and mineial resources that needs only the good roads anda degree of enterprise that they will bring to develop the most prosperous community in the mountains of Ky Its coal timber agricultural and other mineral resources are shut out practically by reason of bad roads difficult to drive or haul over in dry weather and practically impossible for profitable trans portation six months in ever year yea for twelve months a year My estimate is based on a radius of eight miles from the court house in Mt Vernon Hence the build ing of thirty two miles of road leading out eight wIle In four directions would partially open up sixty four square miles of territory a part of the resources of which re mains practically untouched This area is capable of maintaining a population five times as great as now live in it and with double the amount per capita of taxable property even with our present state of living and estimates on propertyWhile we have no array offigures at hand to demonstrate this we believe that this is only a very conseivatiye estimate of the possibilities and capabilities ot the territory and the people present audx prospective included In closing this article a word to the merchants bankers business and professional men of Mt Vernon will be in order To you more than any other equal number in town or country is this matter of improvementof chief importance Every dollar expended by you in the enterprise under consideration will be an investment worth far more returning dividends in the years to come more than in what you have in Bank Stock Merchan dise and all other enterprises com bined Every dollar expended in building good roads remains at home and comes right back into the bank over the merchants counter through the doctors bank account to the farmer for his com- Imoditiesand teams and the good roads are ours yours mine a common property a community interest ya thing of utility I I promoting beautiful environment churches homes and school 10f We must have them will be only theentering wedge and a promise of better things of greater improvement and lasting benefits according to our homes and schools which after all isliThe Paramount Issue It is up to us Our plug hat goes high in airI and a Hip Hip Hurrah to SIGNAL man and the SIGNAL corps for the timely airing given to a subject of such vital importance It is up totbe and prospective authflritiesI of the color of their where theyre at On tailing to say it is up to the oters to put up good men regardless who thingslthatThere are enough men votr r in Rockcastle county that will see to it that we take a step forwardI BRODHEAD Mr and Mrs F L Durham who have spent the summer at Elizabethtown are again makingI their home here for the pre Miss Mattie Pigg of Richmond MtlSterltng Egbert Wallen of Qakdale Tennis spending a week hereMonte Roberts made a flying trip home SundayIM B Bowling spent last week with relatives in Laurel county G Frith sold to Carl Singleton a very nice span of horses wagon and harness consideration 35000 Dr O O Stone left Tuesday for a visit to Taswell TennGeo MI Frith has entered Louisville Col lege of Dentistry Louisville Ky The mother of J R Cass the R R agent at this place is visiting hereMesdames J WTate and D B Albright are to have new line of millinery at an early date location in the old P O buildingSig Leece of Copper Creek section left Monday expecting to locate in I11Any one wishing photographic work done will do well to see W W Green who is in town for a few days Mr B B McRoberts and wife of Lebanon Ind also Mrs Monie Dunn of Danville are visiting the hospitable home ofVJ G Trith l f Rev Young of London filled the pulpit at the M E church Satur day night and SundayBorn to- the wife of C H Frith a fine boy PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday Oct 23 1909 about nine hundred and fifty acres of land lying in Rock castle county Ky adjoining the Madison county line on the North and bordering on the L N R Ri onenaif mile from Boone sta tion and three miles South of Be CollegeThis is in a good neighbor hood close to public school and church It can be divided into three parcels about 50 acres lying on the East side of the L N R R about 39 acre lying on the south west side of the Berea FlatI Gap and Round Stone county and about 510 acres lying on the northwest side of said road 1 he three parcels of land will e offered separately and as a whole This land is unimproved except a small box house Has a fine young growth of white oak somehickory poplar and pine There is about 150 to Zoo acres level land with ever lasting water and can oemade a fine ranch for sheep and cattle The sale will be made on the premises near the box house one mile from Boon e station TERMS Onehalf cash when deed is made the remainder in two equal payments with 6 per cent in terest till paid notes with good surety and lean retained Ion land Title good For urther information call on ur write W P Prewitt Berea Ky Mr Harrison Duger who lives near will show anyone over it WHO wishes to look at same before day of sale Sale to begin at u A M A W TITUSBerea W P PREWITT AuctioneerBerea Ky KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery 11 FOR cOUCHSOLDS PRICEIl AND ALL THROAT AHD lUNG TROUBLES GUAILANTEED Og M OUT PIrUxDzD OJj CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 9of I Do not be deceived by unscrupulous 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 confiIdenceChas C Davis 83qj3c repair Use ointment for Burns Scalds itch Scaldhead and Sold by C C Davis Mt Vernon Livingston Drug Livingston Ky Sept ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are to GEORGE Marshall of the town of Vernon ubjectfttoVthe 11Ii raw Dont wear Ordinary clothing when itcosts no more to wear well made asb stylish If you buy Shield Bra- ndNOTICE the tailor made effect of the gar ment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat a the results of artful designing and high tailoring Shield ranxCloth- ing for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which are attached to sieve within thetit following ranges MENSi10 the lowest A j 20 to highestf BOYS 300 the lowest 600 the highest 1 Its your to look our to show Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat that is what Kodol does Every tablespoonful of Kodol ii digests 254 pounds of food Try it a today It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by Chas C DavisECUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish public with the best as well as the fresest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for funeral purposes i haveIonable prices- CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES Eli HUBBARD PROP Stanford Ky Rheumatic Pains relieved by cao fit Or Miles AntiPain Pills 25 dose IS ota 5e 4EPC GRANVILLE OWENS f is I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph or phone orders I Filled Telei The above picture represents a Hyperrnetropic eve called far sighted The left cut shows the light thrown back of the retna giving imperfect vision The right cut shows the eye properlv fittei with glass and light focusing upon the retna giving perfect vision I fit all kinds of eyes Also do all kinds of watch work and jewelry Callworknd see me S C FRANKLIN Golden Sores blood poison all skindiseases Kyand Co 3tf authorized announce FERGUSON for Mt Pepele- clothing class made privilege pleasure for the flowers FOR SALE PRIVATELY Having soldmy farm I desire to sell pri vately the following stock One team of mules one 2year old mule one 2year old filly one 2year old horse ten leadof sheep and 20 head of cattle R H LEWIS Wildie Ky l dTOaXAsBears iIi y Miiaiuiinaa Atoys Bsugft al UlhMe f j Mr VERNON SINA L MT VERNON Ky Oct 8 1909 IIZ9Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a m 21 South 1219 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second class mail matter l PERSONAL Cashier W L Richards has been A1 on thesick list this week W A E B and C C Cox are in Louisville on business Miss Olie Rainey of Mt Sterling isthe guest of Miss Anna Tate J A Oliver the popular Living stop merchant was in town Wed nesday John Jones has gone to Wilcox Arizona to spend some time with his brother Ed j Miss Rose Lechleiter who has been in Kansas for the past three years has returned home Miss Rella Hiatt spent this week in the country the guest of her sister Mrs Harry Chasteen Mrs joe Coffey and two sons of Wildie are spending a week with her brother Kan Adams at Hamilton O Judge J W Alcorn writes us from Stanford that his health is improving rapidly and that he hopes to socn be back at his post of duty Miss Katie Parson of Langford Station one of Rockcastles most attractive young ladies is spending part ofthe week in town the guest of her cousins Misses Etheland Emma Davis t Mr Bill Wallen tells us that he will leave about the last of November for Texas to locate Mr iWallen is a good citizen and ire regret to lose him from our number Bert Hayes of Jefferson ville was called to Vildie last Tuesday on account of the serious illness of his father Mr J H Hays who died Saturday Bert was in Mt Vernon Monday and looks just like he did ten yeas ago LOCAL Contractor Neal Parrett has the worksir building about will be occupied by Geo Owens with undertakers goods STRAYED From my pasture five or six weeks ago a red and white spotted yearling heifer Liberalreward for information leading to her recoveryGus RSON Sept 2431 Mt Vernon Ky I WILL DYE FOR YOU a Have just returned from the city where I learned to dye and am now ready to do all kinds of cleanin andgpressing at reasonable prices WM MULLTNS Phone 85 r M t Vernon Ky NOTICE As we are not always heard by our long and loud speak ing I desire to state briefly that I have just returned from the city with a complete line of millinery and cordially invite all to call and inspect my line before making your RespectfullyvRS Oct 82t Brodhead Ky 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 EDITOR SIGNAL There appear ed in your last weeks issue an article to the effect that I had = not made known whether or not I Would make the race for County Judge Having received the nomi nation I feel it my duty to make beforethisthe peopleas a candidate for County Judge subject to their action on Noy and c Yours v Tj HAYS i a itr See the swell line of knit 4 in hand ties for 5o cents at Fishs Mrs Ab Fish presented Rose Hill church with a nice swinging lamp Bring your watch or jewelery to Moore for repair Shop over Peoples Bank Sept 243 A GOOD FARM FOR SALRCall at the B K Bethurum Farm tl miles west of Maretbur F LEWIS IJBen Cum was fined 60 for selling liquor and John B G Miller fined inIhis possession than would be re quired for family use He had eight gallons The Brown Memorial school closed this week on account of scarlet fever If it is scarlet fever all the children are having very little precaution is being taken to prevent its spread and if we have a board of health it seems to us they have fallen for short of their duty The following announcement was received here this week Mr and Mrs Richard Morton Robinson invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Mae to Mr Charles Cleve Cable on Thursday afternoon the fourteenth of October one thousand nine hundred and nine at three oclock Pleasant Grove Church Marcellus Kentucky At home after No ember first Havana Cuba NEW MILLINERY STORE AT BRODHEAD Mesdames Lou Tate and Mae Albright have just purchased a new and uptodate line of Millinery including the very latest styles in pattern hats They have engaged the services of an experienced trimmer and cordiallv invite the public to attend opening on Saturday Oct gth For sale or trade for young stock one 25 h p boiler and 20 h p engine one grist mill 20 inch French burrow one 6 S Kelley corn crusher no 4 belts line shafts and pulleys one spoke rig with two bolting saws This machinery is all in good running order and can be tested at any time R L McFERRON Mt Vernon Ky W A Cox was in Louisville this week where he has a damage suit against the Louisville Casket Co Mr Cox when he entered business bought a billof goods from these people who accepted his order but after iwo or three weeks notified hm they could not ship because of another dealer in the town and having lost some business as the result Mr Cox at once instituted suit for damage Mr J H Hayes aged about 60 died at his home near Wildie last Saturday after an illness lasting only a few days About a month ago he suffered a paralytic stroke but had partially recovered and it was thought he would overcome the shock but on Tuesday night before his death he suffered a second stroke rendered him perfectly helpless and unconscious and from that time he was never able to take the least b it of nourishment not even water His remains were laid to rest in family bnrying ground Sunday afternoon Mr John Abrams came to town Wednesday bringing with him the ten months old child of Parie Parker a low down woman and told a most pathetic story of the brutal and inhuman treatment of a mother to her own offspring The Parkej woman who has neither character nor sense of feeling some ten days ago attempted to cast aside the little one at Berea but caught in the act made various excuses and to avoid punishment promised to take the child and do the best part she could by it On last Tuesday still desirous of riding herself ot the child took it to a cornfield near Mr James Richmonds home and left it Mr Richmond attracted by the cries of the child went to the field and found it and the child was brought here Wednesday and turned over to the County Judge who will make some disposition and see that the child is properly cared for The crime which the mother has comm i ted is a felony charge and to us it will be a pleasure to see such a heartless creature as she incarcer ated within the walls of the State prison Jake Gentry and wife have the child until so maton i taken by the Court A warrant of arrest has been issued for the Parker woman and feelingisruD ning high against her Cd td jct 0Z Iy = OLa V cm i JjtUJ i rtir- ani 8JTiztJ se 2 00o j yIiJ Z H j- r 11 z t tai t rf cJv a- H 2 COgo a jO fH 0dT1 oo h fU- I I cc 2tjtI1t1h- r gCJs jN r trJm1fIi J id II GOOD IDAIt has been suggested that an Independent and Citizens Tickets be placed in theI field from which to choose municipal officers in November a good idea The voters have wisely decided to get the very best and most progressive men possible to manage the affairs of the town The success as well as the protection ofour community in a large degree depend upon it Do not think of whether you like or dislike the candidates but look simply at their fitness banish all bitterness hate and envy and let us pull together trust and believe each other and feel kindly one towardanother Boost our college praise our town and aid in ever way possible to build them up and improve them We notice from the Lexington papers that Dr M Pennington of Bertha took a prominent part in the meeting in that city on Sept 2gth for the organization of a state antituberculosis association The object of the society as stated in the articles of incorporation is to carryon an educational campaign in which the danger of the disease are made known and for the establishment of local associations all over the state The name of the society is the Kentucky Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis The headquarters will probably be Louisville Dr Pennington has made a special study of the disease and there is no doctor in the state that is better posted thereon Heis the leader of the South Eastern Kentucky Association and a member of the New York State Association He has been at work for past year looking to the establishment ofa large sanitarium to be located in Knox Bell or one of the adjoining counties Dr Pennington has had considerable experence and success in the treatment prevention and care of this much dreaded dis ease The proposedestablishment of the sanitarium not only has the endorsement the medical profession in that part of the state but has the backing of institutionstare go- as and anxious to see DrPen hingtoni enterprise carried out 3r d 10j L Q 0wt UJ 4 rDtjUJ O r3Trr rr- t PJ o G o O = rt tQ I iH OO O O JW o Sdro jjr- f Z C- DIOH UJ 01 Io 11- O H 1- Z O- nK Dr Qt1 y UJ fJ N P r JCLh1aq C iPJO pfJ r-V 01QSM1 dltt oro 1- 1b 11 o B B roC ro- D RPJ p C tr0 tD O J CD CllOn Dt CAtfDq enSto SUosu r en aNdR 8= OSJ N 3ct 0 cllrCOI Cba O oo ofn H oq OCIlCb 4 jUJCb rt4q ten rt ti t10 0o en 0 y J Jgo8IU1 n Dsf 0 IJD Nrf 1 en 0 o oJen Wa c aBCbs tScycto1JJT a- NpO r C ctI ptiI10I Theard Parsons a successful farmer of Langford Station has s sweet potato of his own raising that measures 38 inches in length and 5 inches in diameter POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tres passing on our premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty H Coffey J J Smith WHEATEvery farmer in Rock castle ought to sow some wheat If it is only two or three vjcres that he can put in just right let him do that but more if he caj Two acres of wheat put in well would make him forty bushels which is far better than ten acres carelessly done There is no reason why every farmer in this County should not produce wheat enough to make flour sufficient for home use and a surplus besides BASEBALL In one of the best games of the season Mt Vernon was defeated Saturday by the Ocala Pulaski county Nine on the Spiro diamond Two or three youngsters were tried out by Ml Vernon and one F Miller the fifteen year old twirler allowed two scattered hits and as many bases on balls This youngster who twirls from his right side did as well as our own Barnett An error scored three runs for Ocala up to the Seventh inning each side were blanked Only three of the opposing batsmen reached third and each scored Catches by V Tate and J Beaty were the fielding features while S Tate pegged to the Keystone corner with speed and accuracy not a base being stolen The Mt Vernon Ball tcssers put a fast game despite the fact that the U M PS were bad against them When the smoke cleared away Ocala had the big end of the score by 3 to 2 Batteries Mt Vernon F Miller and S Tate Ocala Estes 1Pastes re IPROGRAMME i Rockcastle County Christian Sunday School Convention to beheld at Buckeye next Sunday October loth at 9 am1 Devotional Exercise 1tev14IG Fish Welcome Address Geo C Fish Response WH Jones The best met ad of teaching the a f CiJ d j JlIg t u th en fJ rt 1 ro t 0rt t OrtrD 0 tJ 1 CI1 nV OJ H en 0coJM t n qN tD Hoi I ro P CL Pj 0i rfJ CD ro 0I 1 D- ra i 4 rt rD ro P tj r PJ rt J L1 rlr- o fJen t1frI 0 n0t3 alp 0iILh- 4c tD S LS roUJro Qj t1lI 0 8IoL 8 t1rt urif Co p rr 0 OH 0 PIf1OJbmt rt h rtrv tr c p rt 0ti CL t- ra 0 W oro t1 YrfJ DH 8 JtJ r- r ol en 4ro p rt0 IoL L U1 UJ tfJ0 fJh H t1 fJ ro D fJPJrn s 0C1 r c- e04 a ct 8c r JJMm r 08 +11rrt fJU G 4 0 t PJ 0 jv rYr t J iJcb n rtv fJ rt vv WCD rt ra1 i IIrD rt D rrO 0ro C of iJJ J p I bs r Bible Hardin Moore Why every School District should have a Sunday SchoolS Bowman What will be in the future Rev M G Fish The relation of Sunday school to the church Rev James Riddle An address to the childrenA J Burke Sermon Rev Combs Choirs from the following Sunday Schools will wing at this convention Green Hill Buckeye Climax Marctburgand probably others Let every oue who is interested in the betterment of the Sunday Schools of Rockcastle county and the State of Kentucky also be present witha lull basket for dinner There will be dinner on the ground let as many as can bring a basket to insure enough for all S F Bowman Pres Will H Fish Sect The Livingston and Crooked r Creek Teachers Association will beheld on the fourth Saturday in October at 9 oclock a at Union SchoolhousePROGRAM Devotional exercises Rev J W Jameson Welcome Address Miss Margaret Dooley Response John D McFerron Best methods of keeping order in school Mrs E Fishback Misses Bettie Pennington and Sallie Thomas A class conducted infraction Rev J W Jameson Recitation Miss Rose Pike Dinner on ground Music by Association School management Messrs Dan Ponder and Bradley Robinson Misses Anna Fishback and Bertie Robinson School Improvement Messrs Fred Mullins Chas Scott Misses Ora Brown and Martha Jones Recitation Miss Ida Mullins Reading Miss Georgia McFerron ElsaMcFerronYAll trustees in this Educational Division revues ted to be present Rev J W Jameson Cbm Miss Rose PikeSec c sPi 03I1Aha mtka 11 IL s i llw Representatives of eleven Govern ments will attend the eighteenth annual meeting of the Association of Military gurgeotis of the United States to be held in Washington this week n i= j icfl x- a to m a J 0 c m ate Il oaL jen Io trj rJJtj I W 01 10 JiIlt fjjl MIuI The report of Kentucky crops for September shows them to be in excellent condition The only complaint is lack ofrain princi pally in the Second distJict Hogs are scarce and the prices high rConvenience of = 7Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent M vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is at inijxped As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A account offers a profitable means to realize on funds savingsiW idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a p Sentire amount ninny time With a determination to f theBas you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the batik X TfEi BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED J MT VERNON KENTUCKY l r EtnnnnnntHHnHninnttnnUttntttnnntnHntHnnnntn o r M lT VERNON DflXKET CD PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS = 2 FUNERAL DIRECTORS = 2 AND r ElInALllJ RS = Mt Vernon Ky rrs E COUCH WSETALIC CASKETS = E Coffins nd Robesa ELicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company EOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3P A BFlJRNISH do WH KROGER s E P lone Proprietors r+ Y 111111tl11 l11 1illU11Ul1111111iill11iUl11Ul111U1HnlU1 l1111 I t Eat What You want of the food you need Kodolwill digest it You need sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if It is weak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a sufficient amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol di fc gest the food- Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it rest If and Kodol will do that Guarantee withoutquestlon by CHAS flit UNDERTAKER JI unexcelled Handmade IiitheAll orders Promptly IW COX VERNON r FRIGHTFUL AVERTED BUNCHES z rIwould have been a from a terriable cut my kneecap writes Frank 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 Chas C Davis atJ t Overton Dickinson the son of Secretary War Jacob MI Dickinson dangerously ill failure his home at Belle Meade near Nashv- illeTFor a clear heada stout and a strong mind little early risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitt Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve unequelled for anything where a salve needed and especially good Davis for Piles Sold by Chas Our Go to your druggist today and a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from it after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to you or delay We will pay the druggist the price of the bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one In a family We could not afford to make such an offer unless we positively knew what Kodol will do for you It would bankrupt us Thedollarbottlecontains234 times as much as the fifty cent bottle is made at the laboratories of E DeWitt Go Chicago Sold C DAVIS x Our line Couch Gaskets J1 Coffinsfurnislied by Wire Filled A I MT KY S FATE MONEY COMES IN cripple on J of is of heart at heart DeWitts is is is purchase Kodol C of J is k C to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth readingt For a long time torpidliverand general debility he writes couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite ofall medical treatment Then used Electric Bitter Twelve bottles restored all mv old time health and vigor Now I cats attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 500 at Chas C Davis lIFARM FORALEA farm of 136 acres located oa waters of Boons Fork creek two very good houses on farm Will sell worth the money SMITH PREWITT Aug 274t Brodhead Ky WILDIE Lawrence McKenzie who has had a very severe case of typhoid Vevcr we are glad to see able to be upagainMr aud Mrs Ed Graves and sister Miss Carrie of Part were visiting Mr and Mrs BT Jones Saturday and Sunday The Misses Hensley and their brother who have been visiting the family of Marcus Sigmon for several weeks returned to their home in Danville Monday Jack and Alfred Wood were home from Berea college Saturday an- dSundayMr Jas Hayes of near this place died Saturday of paral ysi He was hurried Sanday at the Scaffold Cane grave yard Mrs Julia Hayes Mr and Mrs Frank Shumate ot Simms Ill are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinityMrsClell Mullins visitedher parens at Dudley lao t weekThere was quite a crowd from this place attended services at Green Hill Sunday All report a good time had lots to eat and the good people of that section were so liberal it makes one feei like they had been benefitted by being there There will bean old fashioned spelling match st Medical Springs schoolhouse Friday night all come and have a good time and remember the days when we were school kids too Misses Sallie Hasty Mary and Celia Turpin attended services at Hummell Sunday Dr Iee Chestnut was a pleasant caller rn nu town Tuesday Miss Bs Jc v hortei spent from Fri day until Monday with her parents in BereaMr and Mrs Wm Lotk 101 Barboursville were the dis tinguished guests of Mr and Mrs H H Wood this weekI A Chasteen and Enoch Rader were in Wildie Sunday Mr Geo R Reams visited his daughter Mrs W D Laswell TuesdayThe scarlet fever scare has all blown over Have no more new cases Clarence Watkins and wife of Madison county were visiting the family of Mr Allen McKenzie last week A IF YOU ONLY KNEW HO- WiJTIiuiIiD1 would build you up increase your weakthroatcondition for next winter you begin taking it now Iwould tIn a little cold milk or water 100 AU Druggists THE STANDARD OF THJE WQRLP Nothing equals Dr Miles AntiPain Pita for headache neuralgia sciatica ate I LAST NOTICE To TaxPayers Meet me or one of my deputies at the following named places pre pared to pay your tax Mt Vernon office all times LivingstonTuesday Oct 19 ConwayH u 19 Rockford Wednesday II 20 CXM Paynes Store Thursday II 21 Mullins Station FridayIt 22- f Pongo Fridayt 22 Level Green Saturdayr 23 Wildie SaturdayH 23 Climax Tuesdayr1126 Solly Griffins 1VIi11 Wednesday H 27 Orlando Thursday H 28 QuailJFriday H29Brodhead SaturdayII 30 Johnetta SaturqayII 30 r My term of office expires Jan 1st and to save cost and penalty these taxes must be paid Those owing back tax must prepare to pay them or I shall proceed to levy at once This is my last year and Imean to close up the business by the time my teem of office expires Yours very truly F L McFERRON Sheriffs- j i wiizrrj J 9 t n Dr Rs Quaker Oats I i istep- erfectly 17 j balanced1 human food i China for your table in the Family Size Packages THE BEDROCK OF SUCCESS lies in a keen clear brain backed bv indomitable will and resistless energy Such power come from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart They ittzetvei organ and buildup brain and body J A Harmon Lizemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 2oc at Chas C Davis cEl S o IaBearethethe nur8 FARMERSINSURE your homes Against Fire Mm and Tornado IN Home InsuranceIo- NEW YORK The Strongest and Best Company Writing Farm Property E S ALBRIGHT Agent MT V NeN K Y Z TH TE S Cream Vermifuge THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Or IMITATIONS THE BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO- CHAS C DAVIS W A Carson WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our worlds guaranteed A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS IM anufacturer of and DEALER inMarbles and Granjte Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on3ar plication 0 tfGEOfJt V hTS proprL t J f5 m QUAIL W H Brown of Garrard was through this section Tuesday on business A singing school will begin at Bethel church Sitmdav conducted bv Theo Bryant of near Eubanks tyheat sowing is the order of the day Mesdames J H Walton and Lee Reynolds of Livingston are spending a few days with relatives in this partWm Taylor has two very sick children with typhoid feveratrgum making is swill running at largt Herrin Bros are doing some plaster ing work in StnnfoJd The report is that H G Sutton has sold his farm to Wm Cummins of Heel Lick price unknown Mrs Sarah Herrin and daughter Miss Rissie spent Saturday and Sunday last with her daughter Mrs John Acton of near Clarence Hut etj Brown still contiuues about the same Old aunt Louisa Reynolds died Saturday The remains were laid to rest Monday in the Providence burying grouudsJ W Strings is numbered among the sick Walter Logan Scott departed this life October 4th 1909 Tie had been sick only a few hays with thatI most dread disease typhoid He was considered one of the finest citizens in the county His friendly disposition and many kind and charitable acts had gained for him a reputation which will not be soon forgotten by those who knew him best He was a member of the Church of Christ and was among one of the best school teachers in the couuty His last words were to his loved ones be good and meet me in Heaven as I can see the gates open for me He was 29 years of age Funeral services were conducted By Rev John Elder He leaves a wife and three little children father mother seven brothers and a host of friends andrelatives to monrn the loss of a father husband son and relative The remains were taken to the Providence burying ground Tues day evening where they were quietly laid to rest to await the call on the last great day a You reEd ioi be troubled in any way with the stomach if you will simply take Kodol at those times when you feel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it fails your money will be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on this guarantee Sold by Chas C Davis M L MYERS Dsntistj At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYGHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed j3rodhead Marble Workp BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY it OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No So 3C McCLi4 R Y UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Elyi iY l i The Kind You Have Always Bonght ondvMcli has been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature of and has been made under his perk C 1Wsonar supervision nco its infancy 4 Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oiT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORS A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend i GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS Bears the Signature of K I The KM Yon tee Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years 77 3pcr3e PRICES CUT i In ON Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes J Must go regardless of CostII Donl fallto see our line defore you buy J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 Ixrcl =11 Yoll cant fio Wrong I WHEN YOU GO TO i A CHiatts Store jjC t11 He has 0110 of the most comst comple iines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also LADIES RIMMED HATS Bring your produce and get the highes market price ItAOHIATT I V Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Card that wellknown and successful remedy for women Thousands of women have used Gardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE CARDUIr J4t It Witt Help You 13t8 linzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes for ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at tunes I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women itAT ALL IRUG STOEES k