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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 47 Published Every Friday 0VOLUME XXIII MT VERNON IIOCKCASTL COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY G 1910 NUMBER 32 LIY1NGSTOK Mr and Mrs Holen of Jellico have been here the past week visit ing relatives The members ofthe Christian Church are working daily at the church getting it ready for the series of meetings which will begin the 6th There has been a coldness among its members lor sometime but we believe all will be made right now In union there is treetth and if all Will try now all will be well so lets all icome outand do our best and try to attone for what we have done wrongRev W Jameson will fill his regular appoint meat at the Baptist Church next SundayJ H Dickerson and engineer Alex ifander have just returned from Louisville Mr and Mrs R A t Whitehead fit Somerset have been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Pope Bert returned but Mrs Whitehead will remain a few days in Living stonMiss Annie M and Rice Walton were visiting homefolks from Saturday until Monday They say they are getting along well in school at Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs James Walton of Missouri are visiting relatives here L M Westerfield has returned hone c 1r after visit of several weeks in the west He reports nice time F McGnire ofthe Blue Grass section visited his parents Mr and Mrs C McGuire last week The Lumber Co has finished sawing and have sent their men back to Ford Kyltov Magruder went Lebanon Jet Sunday Bet we can guessS E Hellard who has been in very poor health for some time improves slowly Master of Trains Maris has turned from business trip to Cincinnati G D Cook was elected School Trustee here Saturday We have received letter from our old school mate Lawrence of Mt Vernon who says he intends to come to Livings ton and fish few days That is one advantage we have over Mt Vernon there are lots of the finny tribe here and we will be more than glad to go on fishing trip with you old bovJ- H Walton is having his houses repaired Dee Bryant is repairiig his property Mr and Mrs Charley Whitehead visited relatives in Mt Vernon the first of the week We have been accused of late of being connected with the Yellow Jacket printer in N While this is not true yet we indorse the stand We Gve Away I Absolutely Free of Cost The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser Plain or Medicine Simplified by V Pierce M Chief Consulting Physician the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo a book of 1008 large pages and a It r an erns lonll a a S J to v re a a J J a a C in u R D to at onecentfOver 680000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth binding at regular price of 150 Afterwards one and a half million copies were given away as above Anew uptodate revised edition is now ready for mailing Better send NOW before all are gone Address WORLDS Dis FENSAUY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION THE ONE REMEDY for womans peculiar ailments goodenough that its makers are not afraid to print on Its outside wrapper its Deceptionfift ns no alcohol and no habitforming drugs Made from native medicinal forest r otStof well established curative value =C = BASEBALL SEASON IS NW ON ATJ CHAS C DAVIS iHeadquarters for everything inthe base ball f line Our display consists of the follow ing viz WBasec Fieldres Gloves 25c to 350- 1st Base 1Vlits lv50to300 Catchers Mits 50c to 500 WBatsSpecial Price on Club Lots W CHAS Cg DAVIS IILEADING DRUGGIST Phone 89 MT VERNON KY J t3iE3tt e f Will it Save Money Will it Increase Business l WHATt e To Do Banking Business iYES 5 l It will do both and can soon be realized if you will only s start But YOU will do neithaer without a start So start- bank 1t r a a account with us and r we will assure you that we J will help you to save and in creasetWith best wishesc PEOPLES BANK r l i x CiTs x xrlw H f tyr he takes He has the courage t tellwhat he knows and has the backbone to stated up for what he writesand besides he is a strong republican and we are just as had the other way But I saiji we would not name politics but every thni I think of the Eleventh district and what a fight there is going on out there between Powers and lid wards I will just be blamed me ft that old Democratic feeling doiii come back to me and helprit So we will try in time iuiur to keep politics out of our letters un til the fight over in the Eleventh gets to the boiling pint and then we will be bound to hollow Oh this delightful weather We feel certain that Summer is indeed here this time A great dealofcorn had been planted before the cold wave and now the farmer finds that he will have to plant over Well this world is full of trouble and pleasures any way and we have to take the bitter sometimes Halleys Comet is a subject of de ate in this part Some fear that it will destroy the wmldethers think it will pass away without causing any thins out of the ordi nary L H Davis prophesies that it will light up the elements and make it so light that people will- o not have to burn lamps at allThis may be true but as it is millions of miles away and we dont like to tackle so large a subject we will wait results Dont forget the date of the protracted meeting Friday May 6 It is intended to make this a record breaker It will be con ducted by Rev C E Powell as sisted by the regular pastor Rev Livingston Powell is from Lex ington and is one of the greatest preachers in the State Rev Liv ingston filled his regal ar appoint ment at the Christian Church Sat urday and SundayMrs C P Reynolds was visiting inMt Vernon a portion of last week George Johnson of Berea was heiebet ween trains Monday This morning Deputy Sheriff Cam Mull ins and Emet Quinn were hunting for Mack Shehan and whej least expected on Tunnel Hill they happened up on him and Jeff McClure when Mullins ordered Shehan to throw up his hands in stead of obeying he went for hist gun when he was shot by Quinn but not hurl He is under ar est now for selling liquor without a license Shehan was captured and tried and fined in 234 hours Judge Magee fined him 53 in one case and filed the other threeMiss Bertha Kinser of London If visiting Miss Alice BurtonR J Lemonds has returned from Louis ville Wen if a man is allowed to guess and I guess he is I guess there will be a couple of weddings in the near futureRobert Greg ory went to Lebanon Jet Monday but I promised to keep quiet Thomas Jones who hs been clerking in Johnson Colemans restaurant has another attackwith his eyes He had to quit some time back and go to L uisville and have them treated and he thought his eyes were all right but they are in so bad a condition that he thinks he will have to go back to Louisville to have them treated again Charley Branson of Hazel Patch is working in the restaurant in Jones PlaceMr and Mrs J W Baker were married 50 years ago last Sunday and on last Sun day they had a grand feast all their children were present May they live long and may their latter days be their brightest add happiest John R Carter and family have returned from Lebanon Junction and report a nice timeJ T Chuning will move his family to Cincinnati Ohio Saturday He has a job with the B O as car re pairer We regret very much to see them go as they have many friends in Livingston E A Bruner has returned from Nashville Teen Dad says everything is X K down there Gran Price of the Hansford section was in our town Sunday and reports his daughter very sick tames Poynter hada flue mulch cow to fall over a ciff and kill herself SundayMrandMrs James Poynter will start on a visit to Tenn in afev daysJohn Lear was in our town Saturday If vote want a fight out of John ask him if heevdr dreamed of any more snakes1rr arid Mrs U G Baker of Mt Vernon were the guests of Mr Bakers parents Mr and Mrs I W Baker Sunday W R Hanks left for Paris Su- ndayDl R G Webb and Jones Durham made a fling trip to Wild Cat Laurel County last Saturday and while there purchased a fine horse knowrias the John Milburn horse The price we will give later Alter Dock had time to inflect and being a good juJge of horse became dissatified soil out to Durham Durham knowing the horse was anxious to buy The rade was not settled until they got in sight of Livingston when Dur ham said to Dock we will slop here and I will pay you When Dock asked him what were his reasons for that Durham said If the citizens of that town see this horse they will see him a flying Since the trade Dock stays pretty close for fear of meeting Durham FIELD SECRETARY TOR TUBERCULOSIS WORK EUGENE KERNER ENGAGHD KENTUCKY FIRST STATE To TAKE SUCH ACTION The Kentucky Association forth Study and Prevention of Tuher culosis announces that it has en gaged as Field Secretary Mr Eu gene Kerner of New York Mr1 Kerner is nowat the headquarters of the Association 1215 East Wal nut street Louisville Kentucky Kentucky bears the distinction of being the first state in which the Tuberculosis Association has put a Field Secretary at work To GATHHRDATA Mr Kerners first duty will be to gather information with regard to the situation in Kentucky the sum total of which Js now very meager He will try to ascertain from examination of local death rate from tuberculosis in different parts of the State existing legal regulations on the subject if any and preventive measures in force He will photograph typical tene ment hoseand factory conditions in various parts of the State that are a factor in inducing the disease The Association hopes that in a few montns it willhave ready a creditable exhibit showing the mayIfairs in charge of someone a who can explain its features To ORGANIZE LOCAL ASSOCIATION Mr Kerner will try to organize local AntiTuberculosis Association wherever possible to affiliate with the State Associations In this work it is hoped he will have the aid of the Federation of Womens Clubs the Kentucky Educational Association and the press of Ken tucky He will try to bring about the establishment of local sanatoria of free dispensaries withvisiting nurses for tuberculosis and to cre ate throughout the state sl1cha sentiment that it will be impossible at another legislature to defeat the bill for a State Sanatorium for Tuberculosis already presentedto three IENCE Mr Kerners social experience fits him well for the work he has undertaken For the last fourteen months he has been with the Associated Charities of Pittsburg as District Superteudent Prior to that hewas with the Chicago Bu reau of Charities one year While in Chicago he attended the school of Philanthropy in a special course For threelY eaTS be wasmanager Ofa private sanatorium in Newark New Jersey in whicha large ntim her of tubercular patients were treated During the five years that he was connected with this institution he made an ext nsive trim through Europe to study social conditions Before taking up the sanatorium work he was jn charge of all the laboratory W1c ofa large hospital in Newark where he become especially inter ested in tuberculosis Mr Kerner invites correspond ence from any persons nKen tacky interested in the stamping out of tuberculosis Fish is showing some fine straw hats for men and boys See them i tl i fd 1 Ii IIDRESSERS everywhere are loud in their praises o- fShield Brand- Clothing quietdignifieddesired by men of refinement The most reliable fabrics and the highest character of work manship make it superior to any clothing sold at the popular prices 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST We are always glad to show you oyIoThis Mark coatcollAr of Quality IwlSHIELD B tiO I I 4Gill i6fa a Established 1887 lix H We Are Selling Clothing at a Reduced Price For The Next Ten Days LOOK THESE BARGAINS OER Silks in All Shades at Reduced Price White Wash Goods at ia Reduced Price1 The Best Dress Gingham to beHad at iQgts iI f Come And See Our Line of Satin j Calico All At A Reduced Price Rugs North5oo at 350 John B Stetson Hats at 400 oJ Pants oQ1OO t = 25 250 i MensNegligeeShirts 00 values at 75ctsj 75ct 50 Underwear 2100100 zroctsWet 40 i f 1 YOUR SPRINU11S J t i i v i + 3 1 fy E Hoisery 85 ct values at 25cts 25 20 10 10 c t g Menst Straw Hats A new and complete stock from 1 00toa 3 00 fv Suspenders 50 ct values at 40cts 2 = o Neckwear h 50 ct values at 4i4Qcts 25 Y Ladies Waists J 250 values at 200 200ce lW 150 II v 12 125 T l O F 100 76 I Ladies Skirts 800 values at t 700 700U 600 I a1riI 50 ct values at r 40 tsr25II iIK Ladies t HandBags 100 values ata 7Qcts t 50 ctu 40 I l25ct 20 iThese Ab All Cashices Nothing Chg ltalitf r These Prices S h T 1 m SKRUEGER sqio t 4 MT VERNON KYTr d j1 r i Q i ac j t 1 i o 1 nF O 3 fit 8 iift1 1i M MJ VERNON SIGNAL J kFRIDAY 13 fi 1910 t iPll6lislzd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IMO r Advertising rates made known oti F application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION n y THE COWS k JUDGE JT Adams is circulating a petition which is to be presented at the meeting of the Board of Trustees this evening requesting tile board to turn the cows out to graze upon the streets in the day ttmeFe have no fault to find or rti avid of criticism to offer thins H petition This is a free country and every good fair minded man must and does concede to every other citizen the same right that he claims for himself For our part te hive always and will forever contiaueto oppose any move that turows our streets open for pasture r r jjgnds If we want to improve our nand interest others to come d locate with us then we must rait like a town People who fc mostIttaualvi not going to1 invest it 10 B populated by a people who th1fe y people did things 4andeven twenty uve years jpn not be carried on with any t gree of success whatever at the present This is most forcibly manir rather business failure who a jppts to do business according to ne old time way What is he doiiigWearing out the eatof tbispants and pleading hard tinier 0 Soijt is with a town community or rCtnt as are the people who if inhabit Jt so is that particular locality If unprogressive then you find a poor town or community if progressive inergetic bar inouious citizens then you always find a good live tpwn every thing being done to improve the general appearance and conditions Let us look Jo thejuture as well as the present Cur town is growing lets keep itrowiog and when neces sary be willing to make a little Nhatthef r r1 dont know and from personal standpoint dont rare HVl looking at the matter Irom puf tV a stand point of the town ve llto seethe law stand just as it is THE GRADED CCMMON SCHOOL t Do we want such a school This question was frankly discs datd candidlVIgiven question of general importance so well understood that cannot lie illuminated and made plainer ssid byIfriendly non partisan discussion and agitation To this end and in a spirit of the utmost kindness the writer begs leave to dissent from so V- meI the views expressed in f article referred toIIf we are to judge our publi- schools and teachers by what the have beet in the past by selecting the poorest specimens and hol them up as a type we shall do injustice to a majority of our public schools and their teachers Ifon the other hand our system and the schools conducted under it reI to be no better as a rule than what some of them have been inI the oast the writer in the SIP AL article is right in his contentin therefore If most any old thing wil do for the absolute old fasliior way of building school houses a e furnishing teachers to k ep chiin tbemI eIIThej desire the best thatcan be had in the way of education for their children therefore in the years that are passed in the absence of sufficient means backed by sufficient public spirit the de maud urgent and imperative ora better school better buildings better teachers and better apd more advanced studies for the children have been compelled to build up a school of higher vela a school with buildings sufficiently othetr wise provIdedwith necessary andlispro- moters and to those who iu anyway assume the responsibilities ofII carrying forward the good done in Brown Memorial School However this may be bIwev urgent the necessity and for such a school in the past we assume and believe and therefore practi1iin common with most of the county towns in the commonwealth shall establish a common graded high dolall aire doing to give the children generally =t = the beAt of a graded high school trdl4SilStcli a school as the ontt under consideration has in its favor all that ungraded schools have an tlie Vercapita distribution of the State school fund besides the benefits of the county levy for School purposes and the local tax that may be voted for the build ing and maintaining a graded high school In addition to these ad vantages financially considered Rockcastle county has out side ol the Mt Vernon graded school dis trict bovs and girls anxious to pursue a higher course than it possible iu the country school dis trict at present or to pursue a mote thorough course in the commo- schools with one teacher in poorly equmped room having six to eight grade for are teacher- It requires no argument to prove the advantages here named fcnd thie writer proves to him conclusively v gradeyd d rovided for and demanded accoid thdsubject of education and the establishment of schools it is irreev aut and out of place to inject at theIqu nothinglto do with his candor sincerity or ofIwomanhood are 1iithe ranks of the Demo Prohibitiondwf tt ers aud schoolmen gerer aly A graded high scht 01 l andIon ba prvv kd for under the laws of the state eenifS to the writer an urgent necessity Weycau not afford to neglect the opportunity extended us aud con tinue to be ssatisfied w jli the make- shifL fcquiprhept for common school education heretofore fur nished in our town and couutrj school We are ou the thrcshoh anciIhas thus far been afforded Let us seize the opportunity and builda school of which all ofus will be proud Shall we do it Very cordrally J W VanWinkle 1RlQ SESSION While little is being saidat present oh gut an extra session at Frankdveai 1910 or the first part of i9u there seens to be a general im PI cession among the leading Repub licaris who visit this city and thus here that the extra session wil come the first of the fall or th isgenerallI Until after the census has bee u a hcoooesoeeeoeeeeoeeoooeeoeosoooooeooooseeeeseoooemeeeesoooo eo 0 e a eo 0 Daeeai- ssc iajhr r N eai eii MORE NEW SHOES lea o e- oei eieaee ses c oi eo 0 Ig eiieoleu ei s ei ei Youll ei donevthisne newstpckI i we were uy g our iei = = 1to new spring stock we had dozens of i i everyone so i were anx tons to get the best lute of shoes so W e decided to Diamondget Brand Shoeses = and we have never found a eo f aei shoe that gives satisfaction like these shoes i give We have just received a eoS large shipment of Mens eee heavy guaranteed shoes for Quarry men Section men I r ei for everybody that wants shoes forb i wens See our Jinewhen in of shoes 1Mdt c t of 5 00e1oe 1 andaei2 6b I ei I E S SHOES 160 1751200 2 5ty an d4 Q I a COMPLETE LINE OF PUMPS rV N eie f s j V gjei e i I Se1i IIl iie lyr a I it lI1j J 0enLIe 4 Mefiee I lea 0 PETERS a st 881 eooeoeeooeeeecoo i4 t ioaI atJ1 seopooroseoerosar t r 2 igj L I 71Mvci t I l completed Jar it is certain that wri Mi Governor Wilson calls the extra session if he does take such a step that one of the subjects in the call will be to redistrict the State in legislative and senatorial districts This move would be a political stroke intended to lay on the sholders of the Democratic majority the responsibiitty of a new tapporionmentsuch an action LION FONDLES A CHILD In Pittsburg a savage lion fondles a the hand that a child hrust into his cage Danger to a ohfd is sometimes great when least throngaThey slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have s aced A few doses cured out baby of a very had case of Croup writes Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C We always give it to him when he takes cold Its a wonderful medicine for babies LaGriopeAsthma freees M L MYERS Dsntist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON EY TtCrownandSpecialty Work guaranteed Will be inBrodhead every Monday NOTICE Until Jurthar notice we will grind only on Tuesday and Saturday but will be prepared at ill times to continue our exchange business MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS Mchi8tf m f cCoC rf srKzf = 4Pttt Jtar i Now for A New Spring Dress i i For The Home We have the largest stock of Furniture Carpets and Stoves in Mt Vernon to sleet from These goods are sold at a fair rate of profit and terms tosuit Wont you come to our iastore and let us tell you all about our house furnishing ways cAfew of the things we have a DINING TABLES 475to 2000 V HCHAIRS 475 to l2 0peiSetr SIDEBOARDS 1200 to 2500 BUFFETTS 17 50 to 2500 = 8 MATTRESSES 200 to J000 w SPRINGS 175 to 875 i g IRON BEDS 300 to Oooy We have the largest and best assortment of trunks ever brought to Mt Vernon Price anywhere from 250 to 1500 This is only a few of the things we have Come let us show you how we can save you money J S B McKENZIE Phone ll3 MT VERNON KY y FOR SALnOne house and lot n Livingston and my farm of Joacres near Roundstone section well improved Will sell at bargains WB SIGMON Dec 17sm Wildie Ky Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCAGTORIA seems TIE COUNTY COURT MARCH TERM MARCH 28 1910 At a regular term of this Court held on the 28th day of Feb rii ry 1910 it appearing that a petition signed by R L McFerron J fish JTT Procter T J Adams lVI B Salin R W Dyche fDvlullins Walter Mullins Roy L Britton Chas U Davis 1 T VIeadddws and others was tiled with the County Judge at the lust egular term of this Court as lung that graded common school iistrict be organized with its boundary as follows Beginning at Gus Staversons place including it thence toyoe Roberts place including it thence to Ben Livesays place inelu ling it thence to W B Livesays place including it thence to Samuel McClures place including it thence to George Fredricks lace including it thence to David J itrhence to James Myers place including itsthence to David Hysin jers place including it thence to the beginning and that the site for the school liQUse Qf said proposed District QQ tile uld school house site unless a more suitable onff canbe obtained which is within the corporate limits of the town of M t Vernon which site is certified to be not excee anybtart of the boundar of said iproPosdDistrict and it appearing ilso that said petitions are tax Pqy11S legal voters and residents of the proposed grade school District and it further appearing chat theCounty Supermtendenti Ms endorsed qn said petition his tpprovai of same and that a majority qf the Trustees of each Common School District Mat witfqe omqrac0d within said proposed traded common schcoj district n whole QV in parti have endorsed their approval on said petimonyas provide by law and the Court oeing sufficiently U t vs that the Sheriff of this County b ind is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held at the schoolhouse f Common School District No on the 14th day of May 1910 thesame being fqrty days or mors after the entry of this prdpr for Ahe burpose the sense of the legal white voters resiqi g wisto the boundary Qf the said proposed graded common schiql dis riot whether thgre shall be levied and collected an annual tix of no exceeding fifty cents on each one hundred dollars of property vajaa therein subject to a state or county taxation owned by white p6faon ondnot exceeding 25 of poll tax on each white male tnha tent of said proposed graded common school district over 21 years otage ifor the purpose of establishing and maintaining a grade common school therein as provided by the common school law lie officers of said election will also cause the legal votes of said proposed graded common school district to vote for itx persOns to be Trustees of same fh case said tax shall be approved The Qfljceps fof said election will make return jn due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicable v L W BETHUBUM TI11iA Rnnitnoafin Innnb7fnnto UII vu A true co YattestI SF BOWMAN CR c C Notice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the County Court of Rockcastle County I will hold an election at 1 the time and place indicated from seven oclock a m till four p m for the purposeset out in said order Those who may vote are all white males over 21 years old who have been residents the proposexdaraded common school district for sixty days and in the county fbslBix months and in the state one year proceeding the day of saId election this 14th of 1910 u day Aprils IDat i t t T J NICELY Jl ll it Sheriff Rc ctcstlejCoun y vH IYw i ii 1 iiTjjj sl i383 c c jj A Watchs Made to Keep Time j Of what use is a watch if jt will not tell correct time When we repair awatcbwe want itto keep correct time We not only repair watches but we adjust and time mftf them There is difference ina simply repairing a wa ch and adjustingit A mechanic can often repair a watch but it requires art and skill to adjust and time a Vat h wedojusting and timingwe give a watch is what makes our 1e1iltiInn satisfactory FRANK MOOREDr Davis Drug Store tJIfJ 2 X 3 C3 80iIYNDJij IB godhead Ky I I j COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All MailTeiegrapTi or Tele phone orders Promptly Filledt i9f c vcdbrdiSVJ rr 3 t V WANTED4 EGGS POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OFPRDDUCE 1 At tV pnon every Monday WILL PAY CASH IIEAn UARTERS AT LANCASTER KY W R GOTT GO 1i 3yjfcKs y O rC L 4 Convenience of the Savings Account I Many persons leap their money here as a permanent in ivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoided As an investment you can compute the net returns accu iSmallamouute may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable menus to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a port or the j entire amount at anytime With a determinqtion lo save you arealways welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts regular5 you will call at the bank J THE BANS OF MT YftRisiM 1 CiNCORPoRAP3D rrran i d MTftii1J o awlIt f a LI T V1 r ERiOi SIGNAL vip VERioN KY May 6 19i0 L i r i9- Call upNo 79 wIieii you we atto Communi cat with SIGNAL 79 iii R R Co TIRIE TABLE 22 north 455 p mI 24north 352 a 23 south 1144 a IP 21 South 1219 am lASeNrhtUMi Agent PhoneNoc8 ts Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoftice asv econdclas8 paail matter m fk p RSONAL Millet McCay left yesterday for ColoradoA Furnisti was in Rtctimond Tuesday on business Conn Brown has returned from Louisville Law school Mr and MrsR C Pike yisited relatives here Saturday t EB Cox was in Louisville last ofthe week buying goods C 40 Davis was in Livingston Wednesday on business L G Riddell was down from East Bernstadt yesterda V Mr and Mrs Charley Whitehead were up rum Livingston Suuday i Judge L W Bethuruni ndF L Tnonipsun ate in Loujs vtilc I Mis Geu W Auderspu ot the b Boone riullow section is very sick VvMissSusie Thompson is visiting hersister Mrs Hughes at Stan fiir rtrs W L RlLharhan daugh terx Misjf Sadiejare in Louisynle cwday i if rl Miss BessieSpafktfwas with her siit iMiss Franc s in Cincmaati 3 Tuesday I Mn i1d Mrs Paris Sowder are the proud parents of their hrst 1 bOruatiLIgirl A l Etumit Hansel L N fireman i spent a few days with his fatber LIMr ZT Hansel Mrs R L Hughes is suffering y frbnrasevere attack of indigestion t Interior Journal M B Jones a prominent farmer of the Level Green Section was in Richmond Monday vVickTate writes from Columbia JP i tha hds having success 5n his t4SpecialSensus worJc t Mrs Sarah Maret and Jittle Jgrand daughter Annie1 irencti t with Mr and Mrs Henry Catron near tap 9 dr during Ute fweek Miss Cora Griffin is spending few days in Brodhead She will 1a i relatives in Corbin Jelliccf and Knoxviile before returning nome Mr and Mrs A M Hiatt and Dick Albright were up front Brod head Saturday to witness the v sSpening game of the Rockcastle County Baseball league t c J AWood has moved from Orlando to his farm near Conway The post office and telephone station bay been moved to the storehouse of Smith Mullins E R Gentry who is iiow a full fleged legal luminary having just finished the course of the Louis vile law schoo1svas here Monday We understand that he will liKely hang outhjs shingle in Mt Vernon Hgh Miller Judge S D Lewis and Sauire G V Owens went to Frankfort Wednesday to go before 0theState Board of Equalization to trjj to get thes cents raise on farm md town property in Rock ast erelased t QTL j V Pbitetbea Society will give a p1nic this afternoon New coming daily Come in and let jne show you the latest A tvle1n4bat6 laces embroideries c6Uarsjtiesi1elts and fancy pins v MRs CISQ BROWN Shoe your family right When v Y01i w Dtto shoe your family right T at the least cost go to FishsCash Store for Star Brand Shoes They are made for wear I andcomfort Sure care for wrinkles cleaning dyeing repairing and pressing Ladies garments a specialty All II work iven pfcmpYattpto t W UJIINS t VernonJKy b iThe Spiro and Let el Grern ball teams will cross bats on the Spiro gtounds tomorrow afternoon George Owens the monument Jotlatfor her property on Adams street Mrs L B Adams has moved her stock of goods to residence on Main St FOR SLEA good up todate stock of drugs in a live hustling town For further information apply to this officeIFOR SALE OR RENTA good house on West Main St Mt Vernon Ky Call on F L Thompsou or S D Lewis May 631 See the hair turbans turban pins barrettes fancy braids and white flaxon for making your white dresses at MRS CLEO BROWNS The girls Basket Ball team of the Brodhead Graded School will come up tomorrow afternoon to play the girls of the Brown Memo rial Think of the style you get in hats at Mrs Oleo Browns Can you afford to delay Now is he time to get your bat Let me have your order now CROSS TiisI have a contract for opoo cross ties Pasties hav lug ties to sell would be glad to have them put some in on my contract J T ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky Horace Benton who stood trial at St Louis last week for the stabbingipf Heath Willis of Crab Orchard afterwardcausmgdeath was promptly acquitted Atty C C Williams defended Benton Mr and Mrs C S Nield of Louisville and Wilton announce the engagement of their charming daguh er JVLiss Willis Cecil JJeild toIDrT Betijainiri WBayles of Ancho age The weddmg will take place in leafy June Interior journal FOR SATTJ =For sale at Berea College farm Rerea Ky at 10 a ra Mav 14 IQIO 50 high grade Duroc Jersey and Poland China hogs one half gilts weight from 100 to 2no pnntjds earh Also 6 fine broo i uys Terms cash J v Berea College WB Piewett auctioneer L LSmItba native of Colum bus Texas who has been living in Lexington for many years and is now a traveling salesman stopped off here Monday between trains to see his kinsman James Maret whom he had not steen since they were boys nearly 39 years ago while Mr Smith was attending college in Lexington a year or so Before Mr1 Marets family emigra ted to Texas Mr Smith is a grandson of Gen Wm Smith whose tomb he visited in Elmwood cemetery while here Patric Welch fortyone years cf age died last night at 45 oclock at the Citv Hospital ofa complication of diseases Welchwas an orderly at the City Hospital The body was reraoved to Baxs undertaking establishment where it was prepared for burial The funeralwill tike place tomrrrow afternoon and the interment will be in St Louis cemetery Louisville Times The decease was a brother of our townsman Jt A Welch and for many years was a resident of this town He leaves a wife who was Miss Ellen Dolan and two children TOWN LoTS Tbe sale of town lots in the Sparks Davis ad ndtbosethese lots and the real bargains offered are coming forward with out any solicitation and asking that my name be put down for for one of those lots This is too almanterest and hencc no one has gone iu to the j field to make a general canvass There are thirtyfive ol these I forJT25 ot withstanding the fact that there are fourteen of these lots worth f200 to 766 Should you get thworst lot in the entire moneysworthfrom today will be worth from twentyfi e to fifty per cent more than it is worth at present If you want to invest a little ina town where property goes higher every year come around let us explain pur plan fulv and show you what we have There is no wild cat scheme to get your money but a gtraighj business proposition and one that will jnt rest every mar looking for rbargauC f I1 CROSS TIHSI have a contract r for 10000 cross ties Parties hav ing ties to seU would be glad ajhave thcui put same in on till contract J T ADA ISoJMt Vernou K Sidi the Percheion stallion brought here two years ago by Jack Adams and was sold last Monday to satisfy a 400 judga ent against JI C Adams and his father was bought in by a Mr Robinson of Colorado Springs the man from whom Adams got the horse at 300 Mr Rbbinson ic fused an offer ofoo for the horse and said nothing less than siooo Jotrto Colorado it would take fI5oo The Brodhead Graded School Commencement May it 12 antI 13th Everybody is cordially in vited and especially the patrons of the school Please allow me the courtesy to dssignate a little and especialy invite the Hon L W Bethurum County Judge of Rock castle Miss McCord Principalof Brown Memorial County Sum Mr Kinser Prof Ireland of the Stanford High School and Editor of SIGNAL Iassure you the presence ot the above designated will be highly appreciated by the Faculty and Boirdof Trustees As we are in our infancy a word of encouragement will be appreciated Yours very truly W T Evans President Board Trustees BASE BALIThe ball game Saturday between Wildie and Mt Vernon the first of the season was very interesting game and the way the boys handled themselves considering the fmall amount of practice they have had insures for Rockcastle some good ball before the season Ms bveivBart1ett did thn twirling for Mt Vernon while Albert Reynolds the manager of Jibe Wildie nine was in the box tot his team With the exception of Reynolds bring a little wild aV times both pitched good ball The following is the line up and score bv innings Mt Vernon Bartlett p J McKenzie ib G Proctor ss S Tate c Jones Fish 2b M Mullins If C McKenzie 3b John Fish rf Jessie Fish cf Wildie Ddwras Ib C Anderson cf J MLa weJlss E Phillips c M Phillips 2b J French cf A Reynolds p E McKenzie If M AChasteenrf Innings 123 456789 Total Wildie 3 oool 00004Mt V lI3000o3x 8 Batteries Mt Vernon Bartleit andS Tate Wildie A Reynolds and E Phillips c Umpire F LTbompsonS HALLEYS COMET A great many false reports about Halleys Comet are believed by many for instance one man now wishes he had not planted so many ifthetaHtwo weeks to destroy allof us Anda woman says jShe studies so much about the theIdaytime that he dreams of itatnight In some section of the county we there are whole communities where the people are so excited ands sure that the earth is going to be de stroyed that they have not even planted gardens and instead are holding daily prayer meetings pravinethat the Good Lord save us alla this tine Whether the foolkillers has s arted out or not we can not cay out if he has not he ought to star at once for he is badly neededV i The comet isgetting nearer the earth but so fr has barely been visible to the k deye but will piainlyItearth from ttfe othe side ot the sun and is traveling a a rate of about 100 00 an hour Its tail is about 2ooopoo mjles long Wh +thecomet asses he tween us arid thesun itwill be within 1400000 miles of the earth and i th tailis only 2000 WllJnotIl pass through it andas the tail is made onesJthereisto us or to the earth QUAIL vigenceSuppMulIsns c Rt Mt Vernoni he andSt iir 1 i 0= 7= FIEI = SI EH= t E C A L S EH S TE 0 R = E e I I I L c or tft tiItlttlttlttIJItiili11t 11 t tii lli ii I1Jt11ltt tttllllI Itl I Ii STORE Ccyt 1909 byU S FasUcnttd SaxcJe Co Pl1aNew YOi- nfk YJZtZ t 1 TIES the best of i BY is quite a success Miss Laura Stringer of Halsey is the guest of relatives in this sectionJohn A Brown continues about as usual Mrs Lincoln Stringer of neat Brodhead died fr lay last ofa complication of diseases The remains werejjroiighl Providence Saturday for burjaJL Wm Owens has two very sick children J W Proctor has moved to Brodhead and will probably make it his future home David Herrin bought of George Taylor a three acre traot of land for3o ooMiss Etta Hubble left Crawtbrdsville Ind John Elder bought of ViP Owens a of oxen for 7600 Corn planting and sheep shearing is the order of the dayManville Caldwell has a very sick child John Acton and wife of Clarence spent last Sunday with her mother Mrs Sarah HerrinThe writer and wife spent Saturnay night last with Earnie Herrin and wife To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN It has been rumored that I S F Bowman have made certain state ments about the order known as the M B A I will state that I was under the impression that the order had failed to Day for an accident which bad occurred in Jackson county but on investiga tion and from a statement from W M Williams waS onvinced that it wasa mistake and must have been sonie ot1iI order in said county I also state tbatthe talk referred to atthe LO OF hall is untrue and that 1 did not state anything to hurt the order S FBoMAN TELEpuoNJME1TINGThe in terests of South East Kentucky and East Tennessee held a meeting at the Miller Hotel Monday last Charles A Chandler ot London was made Chairman and James Mare of this olace Secretary The object meeting wa o name a time and place fOIbdMr a Convention Middfes roWs decided upofl iHll Friday June rd the date gt Vh Middlesboro Hotel intbassociation at this meeting for the purpose of systematizing the busi oji Now We Have Some 3 PureWooIJ I- Suits i 5 MohairLined A off Specially Priced At v = F IJI rir ig S Hj iJg ic WiFSI 7Now men heres something to make you forget all about s C g the high cost of living some of the BEST SUITS you Aever hought in your life Come try on one or two and see how PERFECTLY you can be fitted Then youll S 3 want one quick And youll HAVE to be quick about H 3 comingonly limited number and theyll get away in = a hurry S f l UNDERWEAR BELTS SUSPENDERS HATS CAPS o j COLLARS SOX SHOES and EVERYTHING WORN MANKIND yoke oHhe Let Us Show You Today or omorrow f MT YERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE PHONE 77 MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED 1 FISHtS CASH STORE iil 11111111111111111111111111 1111111111111 l111il1111 ILUIIULALLULUL ness in the traffic as well as im proving all departments and the building more standard local and through toll lines and the better ment of the service generally The matter of filling in the copper gap of 69 miles between Living ston and Lexington will be pushed thereby giving through copper line from Knoxviile to Lou finish ing service between East Tenn and a good portion of Kentucky The name of the organization will probably by the East Ken See Telephone Association for Ken tucky and Tennessee HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be Lured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CnENNey Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Chenny for the last 10 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactsons and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARvin Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in terfially acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggist Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TOGO Sited by Preston 922 by Vash ington 54 by CromwelK 72 by Washington Deinark 64 dam Denmark mare TVgb5isa dark MrbS gray l54 hands high fouro ars old and agreat saddle and barney horse with great style speedarid action This 5 galled saddle stallior will make the season of iQipn Mt Vernon Ky at 1500 to insure a living colt Season money due if mare is parted with or bred to other stock G LAWRENCE f i MT VHRNQN KY IA MAN WANTSTO DIE only when 0 lazv liver and sluggish bawels cause frightful despon enc But Dr Kings New Life Pills ex pel poisons from the system bring hope and couragecure all Livgrv Stomach and K neywtroublf 8jivn a1 ih and vigor to weak lpart11e audailiug 25cajChas ftti il 2 kr dFINE MILLINERY 1 Flower Hats Draped Hats Hats for everybody All the latest styles you willfindat MRS CLEO BROWNS 4 rTheOld Reliable t yojt RELIABLE = t t 1 E I countyitSouth Side Main Street jlJ r MT VERNON KY Does Not Stimulate t Ayers Sarsaparilla does not stimulate It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next It isnot a strong drink No reaction after you stop using it steadySeven PCtsays rC IJVhat are Ayers Pills Liver Pills How long have they beMHid Ne1 axtyf us Do doctors recommend them AskS your 8vra fector 4 W f i iiEI rTTIT C lilT T A Good Example Mrs R L7 Bell oft I am a example writes 4 i McAlester Oklatlof what Cardui willdo for suffering women I suffered with ray head and back for over six years fand although I tried everything I never could get any I J to do me any good until I began to take Cardui r Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long timer It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick 110 I Take CARDUI I 347 The Woman Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tireqmis erable and when life seems a weary grind i new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not sick now Jit least burn Cardui on to the pages of memory so that when you are sick you will ask thinkingIget a bottle today At all druggists I Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattannooea Term for Special Instruction and 64paee book Home Treatment for Women sent free I Voting Contest THE SIGXALS big subscription contest is just getting nice started Perhaps the winner has not yet been nominated nominate some friend whom you think will stand a good chat o Win and make that beautiful glove case for your trouble t Cut Out Coupon Fill in Blank and Mail to Us nn 1 tr J COUPON Mt Vernon Signals Popular Lady Contest r91Iyish to nominate or suggest the name fc Address as a lady worthy to become a candidate in your Popular La I dy Voting Contest I suggest this namewith the distinct un 0 1ertandingthattheEditorshau not whatever divulge my name and Signed Address si f Ti COUNTY CLAIMS U G Baker allowed for god furnished jftil 4 So J W Abrams allowed for conveying infant child to Mt Ver non 500 c J A Oliver allowed tot furnish injj clothes and coffin for Nancy I McGuire 12 75 T J Nicely allowed for furnish ing voting place 5 00 Lee Proctor allowed for waiting on Stella Owensapauper 25 00 Dr D B Southard allowed for wating on Leruy a pau per 1600 Dr Bradford Warren allowed for attending Leruy 25 co J B Farris allowed for wait ing on Christine and Lena Todd paupers 36 00 Dr A G10veU allowed for medical service 54 00 Dr S C Davis allowed for medicine furnished paupers 44 60 W GH Chasteen allowed for waiting atnd careing for Mollie i Forsythe 36 po 1 Hardin Moore allowed for mer chandise and burial clothing furnish ed paupers 22 66 i i D rWlkerOwensallowed for medical service rendered pan 1pers 50 00 r i GT Johnson allowed for school books furnished in Igo8 158 30 1 1a1Headallowezlforwaitingon and guarding W H Alcorn d I 4 unatic 546 Cam MullinsallowedfOrarreSting and guarding a lunatic 7 32 iT w Cbateen ll wed for fur W nishing two locks rope and canvass for election booths 3 5o fif John Hobins Allowed for furnish J 3600ifftSt l or JaesHayes a pauper 50 00 ZI r James D Howe allowed for serv ili road prders 4 50 Dr W F Carter allowed for medicine 10 50 Js W Xambdrt allpwed for knikiug caHiaiorMarlmPow ij f cr tl 00 i1 Jes peQiiy allowed for moving f i ri rf J i o The following jury allowed 2 each for assessing damages on ro d J M Lear Boothe Purcell J J Purcell Raymon Dowell Bill Fair John French G W Griffin H J Mulhns Edgar Harp Lee Coffee George Treadway G C Fisb Chas Spoonamore Ben Purcell Boyd Brook Johnie French 4J S Lambert allowed for hold ing inquest over J S Reppert and Arthur Quinn deceased 12 cp John C Taylor allowed for repairing jailI5o J T Tate allowed for furnishing school books to Dovie Spoona more 262 James Griffin allowed for gard ing William Akorn a lunatic 3 oo Lela M Cooper allowed for wait ing on Thomas Whitaker and Luc Ball small po cases 25 00 L G Vebbqp wed for medical services rendered paupers 50 M J Miller ann F L Thompson allowed for merchandise furn ished pauper 1830 8u James T Adams allowed forjail supplies 17 ij- Wm Bullock allowed for burial clothes furnished Wm Isaacs deceased 2 5O Wm Bullock allowed for mer chandise futnished Ellen Ar nold 10 00 C C Davis allowed for mer chandise furnished paupers 10 oo John Johnson allowed for service as janitor 2 50 oo rkIonhouse 2 oo Marv Durham allowed for iur nishing medical services to Lillie Bt nton 15 co- O V Jarrett allowed for service 710 90 J S Langford allowed for coal 16 ip Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon Ky allowed for furniture and fixtures furnished the sheriffs office 100 oo Albright Adams allowed 70 37 pM Ballard allowed for i rent and fuel j Bjop JWv Phillips allowed fo for Don Reynolds jpau t l on Mullrts allowed for ISmith tor Peed Gregory a pauper i 78 Jno D Miller allowed for COt bought for county 5 o Iic1printing medical service enderedlO oo R H Lewis allowed lot medical service rendered 23 ool The following election officers allowed 2 lor servicerendered at Novemler election pre no i Hast Mt ernon William Hansell Asblty Owtns G C Fish J VV Markr pre no 2 VVestMt Vei nor S S Daily Willis Adam Elg r Mullins J T Proctoi pre no 3 Roundstone A M Septon Wm Hays H H Wood pre up 4i Scaffoldcane R A Swinfuid Sam Croucher John Hamilton Bill Linville pre no 5 Crooked Creek James Neeley Owen Allen Solly Griffin Robeit Allen pre no 6 Orlando Johny Griffin G R Reams BL Smith r A Coffey pre no 7 Livingston cob Sambrooks J S Caloway J VV Baker W H Bowman pre no 8 Walnut Grove E N Vhit aker I M Oliver Lewis Cooper W t Bussell pre no9 Biowns J A Brown D G Bullock J J Brown P H shutts pre no 10 Brodheai John Sigmon Bradford Albright Hubert Barnes J L Bowers pre no n Powers J R Ballinger S L Rose J W Phill ips W S Jones H O Cabe allowed for service as Justice of the peace 9 oo G V Owens allowed for service in fiscal court 12 00 Logan Arnold allowed for service in fiscal court 12 00 G R Robinson allowed for service in fiscal eourt 12 00 James Lambert allowed for serfe in fiscal court 9 oo W E Gravely allowed for medical service rendered 14 75 R L M rFerron W T Smith W M Poynter allowedio each for service rendered in election Rockcastle Home Telephone Cr allowed for telephone in clerks office 36 70 W O Cable allowed for service as magistrate of Rockcastle 3 00 Dr W J Childress allowed for medical service rendered 10 oo Mary Durham allowed for wait i ig on Lottie Burton 25 00 S Ii McKenzie allowed for center table furnished court house 2 00 U G Baker allowed tor fencing materislt6 40 R L McFerron allowed for service rendered as sheriff 331 25 Lee Chestnut allowed for nicdi al service rendered George An lerson 20 00 J C Wood allowed for furnish ing paupers 15 oo G V Owens allowed for holding inquest over Ab Loard 6 oo M J Miller and F L Thomp son for service rendered as corn mittee 40 00 L W Bethurum allowed for holding inquest over Bogie Phillips 6 oo Mat Mink allowed for tahing care of Belle Rash a pauper 24 00 R L McFerron allowed for voting house 4 80 J S Lan ford allowed for service rendered as jailer 132 IP S tan ford allowed for fuel furnishedcounty 62 91 J S Langford allowed for mdse and bedding 72 20 W O Cable allowed forservice rendered as magistrate 3 pp George Robinson allowed for service as justice 3 Co G V Owens allowed for service as justice 3 co Logan Arnold allowed for justice of the peace 30- 0lW Lambert allowed for service rendered asjustice 3 pb lumheronG M Ballard allowed for service as Superintendent of cpunty 600 pp L W Bethurum allowed Jot service as CountYJudge 6pp 00 serviceIallowedf service as County Attys ti Y 6pp po James Griffin allowed for aj lmade inroad J SO pp RL McFerrpu altowei i6i arresting Cam Mullins 3 00- Hugh Miller alipwed for taking r fitjdreo to Orphans m1ifei is gs t1tbt ecii 9f 4be J 5 r magistrate below named he py each for rviceitO aHawedI James Lambert Cr A1 whtslev Payne Lbgqn Ainold Hugh Moore Respectfully subm5 1 S F f IUWMAM CR CC- COLIfii41OERS SALE Jno H Jones Tnistee Plaintiff VS Commissioners Sale Big H ill COal Company Defendant By virtue oa judgement and onlerof sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court en tered at its March 1910 Term thereof reference to whichis hereby made tile undersigned G S GriHIn as Mas fer Commissioner of the Rockcasth Circuit Conrtf will at the Court House dotor in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky on Tuesday May the lyth 1910 at the hour of ten oclock A M exposed to public sale to the highest and best bidder all the property awl rights in prcp erty ownedxby the Dig Hill Coal Com pany located in Rockcastle ansi Jackson Counties Kyal1 of which iscontiguoiu and which consists of eleven thousam and three and 74 acres more or less oj so much thereof as may be necessary for the satisfaction of this judgment and of which the fee simple in 392884 acres will be offered for sale and of which the coal stone and all other mineral rights in 707490 acresofsame the balance will be offered for sale The said 392884 acres which will be offered for sale in fee simple comprises the following tracts of land located in Rockcastle and Jackson Counties Ky Viz The Hiram McGuire D N Williams Mat Johnson A J Crews Golden Tay lor Ahn y Oliver Putt Robt Leger twi tracts known as the D N Williams D W Casteel Durham Bam tt P W Clark Owens Johnson Houston Childress Jno C Anglin T L Moyers JJ Reynolds Wm Sloan E B Smith Ollie Abney J C Broughton and A B Abney tracts together with 121 acres on the head waters of Brush Creek in Rockcastle County Ky and yj z acres on the waters of Crooked Creek in Rock castle County Kyand S23 acres which was conveyed tothe Big Hill Coal Company by Elijah Abney on May the 4th 1904 by deed recorded in Deed Book 19 page 451 of the Rockcastle County Clerks Office The 7074 90 acres of the coal stone and all other mineral rights which will be offered for sale compromises the following tracts of land located in Rockcastle and Jackson Counties Ky Viz The David Laswell Wallace P W Clark Ollie J Abnev Elijah Abney Wallace Clark Mullins Wm Clark Margaret Ballintjer Margaret Ballinger Wm Sexton Wm Sexton W J Bal linger Abney A G Ballinger Joe Vilson ort H McGuire Jas Ballinger John Rector Wm White Penuington Rector Jas Anglin F M Sexton Jas Brewer Garrett Boles Rose llcl lingsworth Parker Scott Stephen Ang lin Jas Barrnett J T Clark J C Broughton Jno C Childress J R Gat liff Jno Heneger See T J Coyle A G Martin Arch McGuire Jack Carpen ter Brannaman Celia Clark Nancy Baker and Joel Anglin Jones McGuire C H York tracts together with all timber thereon which may be necessary in operating any mines that may be opened or constructing or operating any railroads tram roads inclines or chutes on said land together with such surface rights as may be necessary for the construction and operation of rail roads tram roads or other passways over said lands and for the erection and construction of coke ovens manufac tories mid houses of any kindwhich may be necessary for the proper conduct of the business of mining on any of saio lands Said property or so much thereof as may be neceseary will be offered for sale as a whole to produce the sum of ThirtyTwo Thousand Seven Hun dred and TwentyEight f32728 37 Dollars and thirtyseven cents with interest from Jan 2 1905 and the further sum of Six Thousand 6000 op Dollars with interest thereon from December the i8th 1905 together with the costs of this case amounitig to the sum of Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve mouths The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good surety of even amount payable to the plaintiff bearing interest fiom date until paid retaining alien on the lands sold Tar the payment of the pur chase money and having the force and effect of a judgment with the option purIany ma turity of sad bonds by paying the ac crued interest to the date of payment G S Griffin Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court To CONTRACTORS AND BUILD ERSWe have opened a sand uarryq on the James Cummins farm near Withers Ky at Dpnera siding onK C Railroad We have two grades of ths sand viz Jim White sand for brick making brick laying and plastering second pebble grit for concrete work and railroad baliast Contractors and build rss needing sand should examine the quality tsthereis nothing better pfi the market today Pricesfirhished oh application and all orders promptly filled Rockcastle Sand CP- if H TX T CuMMiNSVPrpprs Withers Ky 1R6ssTiEsr have a can tract for IOOPP crpss ties Pariies hay lug ties tp sell would be glad to have them put same ia on my coatrcat PS ApAM jti 1 Ky 1 f Silver Dare 4 years Old 16 hands and is a Mahogany Bay Sired by the great Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chester Dare No iio he by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Games Denmark 61 Dignitys 1st dam by Liziemont by Welchmont No 6367 he by William Welch 341 Silver Dares 1st dam is by Silver King he by On Cime he by Stonewall Jackson he by Washington Den mark 64 Some of Dignity Dares colts have sold as follows Nettletou 3600 Win om 800 Prospect 3600 The Jim Anderson Mare 3000 Hay Day 1600 Prince Harrison 2600 Toxie Darer50o London Dare 1550 Dareall r 000 White Foot 600 Silver Dare will make the season of 1910 at iny stable Umile from Hiatt PostOffice at 10 to insuie a living colt Season money becomes due when mare is sold or parted with AH pains will be taken to pre vent accident but will not be re sponsible should any occur J JACK I will at the same place and times nd my ggod mule Jack at 6 to insure a livipg colt R L SMITH Piione in residence HIATT Kv UR AGENTS MAKE 5o oo A WEEK Selling crew process water color portrait and gold frame Costs 90 cents complete with glass sells for i 98 Sample and instructions free Young man in Ohio made 22 oo in ofae day We are the largest picture and frame house in the worldOne general agent wanted in each county Give us reference aqd we will extend you thirty days credit with steady honcrable employment ata big income Our business is es tablished twentyfive years We are not in the picture and frame trust We Want honorable trust worthy representatives only You need no cioital to work for us We teach you how to make a suc cess Address at nce WILLIAM ART COMPANY 2015 W TAYLOR STREET CHICAGO ILL In answering stateuaw adveJ in SIGNAL AN IDEAL HUSBAND- is patient even with a nanging wife for he knows she needs iclp She may be so nervou and rundown in health that trifles umoy her If she is melancholy xcitable troubled with loss of ap jetite headache sleeplessness con tipation or fainting or dizzy spells he needs Eclectno Bitters the nost wonderful remedy for ailing vometi Thousands of sufferers rom temale troubles nervous roubles backache and weak cidneys have used them and be- orae healthy and happy Try hem Only Soc Satisfaction uaranteed by Cbas C Davis W1LC3P0flWALLPAPERING DECIMATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAY ON HAND t SJOur guaranteed 1 L CARSON Mt Vernon Ky jrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments ai Tombstones manufacturedby ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents fo Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager CC VillianiQ ATTORNEYAt AW MT VERllON KY jarOFFICEJOa icd floor o The Baqtot Mt Venionyjon Church 5tree Special attention given to collections Phone No S- oCd MCCLjtRY UNDERTAKER and E MM1- MERStnfordy SPECIAL SALE- f Town Lotsp 4 Sparks Davis Addition MT VERNON KY These lots comprising thirtyfive in number are r located in the western pari of Mt Vernon and the coming residence section of the town Dont you want one of these If you want a home in Mt Vernon here ii theplace to buy your lot and m if you want the speculation here is your ppor tunity These lots sell for 125 each J 00 x 200 iIfeet notwithstanding some of them are wprth from 200 to 350 and one lot with housi onf it which is worth 750 The lot you will get 2 ft willnot be known untilthe day the drawing vijV takes place but remember should you get the worst lot in the bunch you will get your u1Hs moneys worth Sevealof the lots have already been sold and within the next two or three weeks 1we hope to have the entire bunch disposedof l If interested calland let us explain fully our plan i j andshow you what we have to offer See et thIS W If SorES ALBRIGHT u Mt Vernon Ky J mt w 1 NO 8 CREDIT I Having concluded to mak my business strictly cash and produce I will sell for a small profit So give me your trade and I will treat you rig- htCLOSINGOUT J I have a large stock of Ladies Cloaks from l to 5 Mens und Boys Overcoats from 1 to 5 Also Mens and Beys Suits and Odd Pants which Iam compelled to sell to make room for my Spring goods Yours IIA C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKYm = = 1 = i= = H R Ilr UHDBBTAKBB I IIIOurHearse sent to all parts of H I the County Hll Ai orders fcfWire Promptiy Filled III W A COX fll Phone 94S MT VERNON KY 5ftU1rnnnnUnUtU1t11n1nnn1tUtnnnnnnnnnntt 2EPRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS FUNER At DIRECTORS cAND V = t EMKALMEBSMt g COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3Coffins and = = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = E work for the company 3=Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sentip all points = == GEORGE OWENS Manager 3 fe Office Mt Vernon Mihunenta1 Building iBHOSEEJlli 3 i tfii WiUifffUHHfnniiiff iff If Ilii