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I lJt r = t ii 1 Published Every Friday r VOLUME XXIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 8 1910 NUBE I 41 IILI YIN GST OK IIW R Ward has Etowah Tenn where he has been ira few daysW G Rives is working for H M Mink in jack son county J E Singleton has returned home from Jackson Co Mr and Mrs Win Samms have returned home from Piltsburg jGo Howell who has been very sick is some better at this writing The Ford Lumber Co started their mill at this place Wednesday Dr R G Webb was called to Hazel Patch Wednesday We failed to get the name of the patient W E Graves of the Whiteoak section was with us Wednesday The local freight has been carry- witnessesing from here every day since court convened and what an accomodationFourth of July has come aid gone and what a differ ence in this Fourth and others that have passed not a drunk man to be seen riot a fight til was peace and quietude We believe traly that the old town has seen the error of her way and will in the future t be a different town We never saw such a change in a place in such a short time lets keep it up let every one attend strictly to their own affairs attend all churches and try to assist each other instead of pull ing one against the other and by the next fourth of july we will see a different town We may have different opinions about different things but lets be governed by reason and all things will work together for the good Lee Johnson has purchased the Eight Gables Hotel price paid 6000 ooMrs Bower of Parks ville has been visiting relatives at Livingston London and Paris Woodson Bales has accepted n position as assistant anent at Li ingstonS E Pennington was iu Corbin Monday That good na tured salesman F L Thompson was in our midst Tuesdait rains so much that farmers are getting behind with their crops A C Carpenter was in Mt Verno- nTeesdayD K Argenbright and J W Baker are jurymen from this neck of the woodsLee Johnson was m Corbin Tuesday Well tie Jerffies Johnson fight is over are the big nig whipped him but Big George Arnold says it is not set tIed yet for he has to tackle him before the matter is settled Mrs Geter Faliu is visiting relatives at Cove S E Carter who has been y its Fads for Weak Women Minetenths ofall the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis case of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can becuredis cured T7 every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription I It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well i It acts directly on the organs affected and isnt the same timd a general restore tive tonic for the whole system It cures female complaint right in the privacy lIi of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations ar tt local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors and so abhorrent to every modest woman 4t We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the Peoples Corn II mon Sense Medical Adviser1008 pages newly revised and uprtodatc Edition sent rtftfon rceeigtIi 21 one J cent stamps to cover cost of mailing orj in cloth binding for 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NX c tc b c SEE THE NEW CREATIONS Af m CHASCaDAVISjM P W Druggist w ti enjoysrl W great popularity among particular people wLowneys candy freshand nice Soda 7fountain open all the time I CHAS G DAVIS 3 fi i LEADING DRUGGIST r Phone 89 liT VERNON KY R ti3 4 t 3 3C INSURE YOUR MONEY Insure your money tas you do your house Put your money in a bank The onlysafe place for its keeping and you will be suiprised to find soon you will have a surplus ythento see the IT njdity the surplus fi grows into an accumulation This is the begining ef business successn so strat this s hus while your money is edit is also doing gfood in thecommunitYiall this costs l you not a cent We want your bisiness small or large and will i always have it ready when you ask h u for it Try us we we will appreciate this business with you Call V cry truly r PEOPLES BANK Ji 33ii33 x3ix JE it i f tix Yft i i ii t r unl tnnr ionll very sick is betterR N Greg ory who has been in Lebanon Jet is here for a few dayrMrs Ed Woodall has been visiting relatives at Mullins StatioUJ P E Drummonds was in Lebanon from Monday until TnesdaYJahn Fields or Stanford has breu visit ing his grand mother Mrs W H- RiceGeorge Griffin the freight a ent here will be transferred to Pine Hill and take the agency there Jacob Elder of Brodhead was in our midst SundayC E Rice went to Lebaiiou MoudavL H Davis was in Richmond Winches terand Lebanon Sunday and Mo- ndayProf Alcorn informs us tint the Livingston school will begin Monday July 18 He was here the 4h for the first timeJudge R G Williams of Covington was here between trains Monday and we had the palesure of a long talk with him This is something we can say and are proud of it that Rockcastle has one of the best Circuit Judges that it ever bad and we have a splendid County Judge and Countv thatwprosecuting Attorney they have ever had in the e son of R G Williams One week of Circuit Court has gone and from waat we can gather a great deal of business has been transacted in this short space Judge Bethurum altho young in years but with a wise bead is making for himself a fine record He is a fine lawyer and makes an excellent Judge The people are delighted with himLucinda Hel lird is visiting her brother Ben Helard in Jackson county T M Dees has shipped several thousand ties from here in the lat few months Judge L W Bethurum was here Thursday on important businessRev Livingston filled his regular appointment here Sa- turdayJ A Oliver has moved his stock of goods into toe Whitehead storehouse MisszEihelMudaMrS Willie Mudd Fred and Frank Starks are the pleasant guests of Miss Annie FishbackMr and Mrs George Omary of Jellico Tenn and Mr and Mrs James McRevnoIds of Jelljco are visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Omary of this place Mr Omary after fishing a few days will continue his visit to Louisville John Pope is in Cin cinnati this week Mr W F Bowman was a pleasant visitor of Mr and Mrs J H Walton Sun dayMrs Orn doff snd little grau daaghter Nellie Hagan have re turned from StaufordMiss Alice Ward entertained a number of friends last Thursday in honor of her birthdayMrs Alvin Rey nolds is visiting inWitditRev James Walton has returned to his home after a few days visit here Mr Geizel has returned home after a few days visit at this place Rev Watson of the Presbyterian Church will fill his regular ap pointment on the third Sunday All cordially invited PINE HILL Mrs Mary Leigh of this place died Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock of t dreaded disease hearttrouble She was 43 years of age Sh leaves a husband six children an- a host of friends to mourn her loss She was a faithful Christian and has belonged to the church for t yearsMr and Mrs Wilse Cat penter of Mt Vernon attended the sick bed of their sister Mrs Mary Leigh Mr John Azbillof Pittsburg has just returned home from Pine Hilli where he attended the sick bed ofhissisterMr Sidney Az bill of Climax has returned from Pine Hill where he attended the burrial of his sisterMrs Cleo Cotton im is visiting in Pine Hill Mr and Mrs John Gray are HCarmicalMr and Mrs JT Hansel have PittsburgMrsf visiting in Pine Hill has returned home l WilliatnmoiPpineatwithin a short whiletMy life has been a complete failure the IIIfhave met defeat at eetY1tQ I have failed miserably Jr 7 hjoz 5 r f i if The above cut shows the pictures of Eugene Palmer on the left and John Parrett on the right the two negro hops who attempted to wreck No 22 the fat L N passenger near Altamont tao weeks ago today by placing cro ties on the track The boys ate now in jail at London having been arrested the following yday by our splendid deputy sherff Cam Mul lins and 1t S Marshal George Thompson df Est Bernstact Parrett is 15 years fbl age and Pal Ier is 14 The boys when asktd why they placedtHe ties on tie track responde u We thought e would get some money At the point where the ties were placed is a heavy curv aud a very high fill and had the ybuthfulj bandits betn successful in their murder Qs tl tempt ever one aboard woud have been likedand it would been easy for a wholesale robber The general belief is that older heads are connected and that these other parties were hiding in the nearby cliffs ready to come forward for their portion of the reward were the boys successful in their well laid plans to plunge to death all aboard the fast flying locomo tive A thorough investigation will be made and it is certainly to be hoped that every one in any wnycbnnecteSf wlirget Uhe full benefit of the law 0 LEYEL GREEN We are having plenty of rain here of late wtich is causing the farmers to work harder than usual Corn is lookingwell and oats are better than they have been for years The Glorious Fourth has passed again whichwas very quiet around this part There was a nice number at Walnut Grove park and allseem to enjoy the oc casion There were refreshments of all kinds and amusements the climax of whichwas a ball game between Level Green and Ocala The score stud iand 2 in favor of Ocala after a tart played game of nine innings Mullins and Burton shipped a cat ot lambs to Cincinnati last week a goodly number of which went from around Level Green Norton and Barrow of Pulaski are here this week taking up lambs and expect to ship a car loadW H Bullock who has been confined to his room for nearly two mouths remains about the sameArthur ONeal is confined to his bed from appendicitis but seems to be get ting along very well under the risingdlock has been attending circuit court at Ml Vernon sitting as a 7r tit jurorMrs Wade H Brown o McAlister Oklat will arrive this week with the children to spend a couple of months in the balmy atmosphere of old Kentucky Mrs Brown was Mi sLora DeBord daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm DeBord of Walnut Grove The teachers are all getting ready for County Institute which begins MondaytheIIlh Dr Price was called to the bed side of Rome Graves of Sand Springs section Tuesday who is suffering from appendicitis Rev D R Gentry of Quail delivered an excellent lecture to a nice audience at Friendship Sunday morning From the youngest to the oldest his talk was instructive a entertainingCASTORIA For Infants and Children Tto Kind You Have Always Bught Bears the a pre C C t YiF PARTICULARDRESSERS everywhere are loud in their praises o- fShield Brand Clothing quietdignified desired by men of refinement The most reliable fabrics and the highest character of workmanship make it superior to any clothing sold at the popular prices 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST We are always glad to show you This Mark of Quality is pa erery coat collar SHIEID Box5- 1kShkb6CA rusts t Established if YOUR SPRIN IV FROM Uii T v i V Are Selling Clofhingat a Reduced Pri For The Next Ten Days ljjj LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER Silks in All Shades atReduced Priers White Wash Goods at a Reduced Price The Best Dress Gingham to be Had at locts fe Come And See Our Line of SatinfrV SS i h Calico All At A Reduced Price i 350HOdd Pants 500values at 400 400 300 350 275 300 250 Mel1 Negligee Shirts 100 values at 75cts 75ct 50 Summer Underwear For Men and Boys 200 Suits i50- foo a 75cts 5QclC 40 1887 i 3 s v J Hoisery 35 ct values at 25cts 25 20 t5 10 10 g Mens Straw Hats A new and complete stock from 100 to 300 Suspenders 50ct values at 44cts 25 20 Neckwear 50 ct values at 4Octs- tt25 H 20r Ladies Waists i ft250 values at r 200 200 tJ5150 1125 125II tflO- LOO 75 r LacJiest SKirt i m800 values at 700 700 600 Ladies Its50 ct values at If 40cts 25 u 20 15II Uf 10 Ladies Hand Bags 100 values at 75cts 50 ct 40 25 II II s 20 1 1i 9 14i Ali y L Price Nothing rhairg 1 eF1 r a L fc L c fiThese Pricest b 1 v lf i idi F KRUEGER a SON- fiJ Jo- f ti5ifT VERNON KYn 1 Lf f V T rjI Ifh J t tw f jr + Published Every Friday II I VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 8 1910 NUBE 41 LIVINGSTON W R Ward has returned from Eowah Tenn where he has been fora few daysW G Rives is working for H M Mink in Jackson county J E Singleton has returned home from Jackson Co Mr and Mrs Win Samms have returned home from Piltsburg jG o Howell who has been very sick i The some better at this writing Ford Lumber Co started their mill at this place Wednesday rDr R G Webb was called to Hazel Patch Veduesday AVe failed to get the name of the patient- V E Graves of the Wbiteoak r section was with us Wednesday The local freight has been carry ing witnesses from here every day since court convened and what an accomodationFourth ot July has come a id gone and what a differ ence in this Fourth and others that have passed not a drunk man to be seen riot a fight ill was peace aud quietude We believe traly that the old town has seen the error of her way and will in the future be a different town We never saw such a change in a place in such a short time lets keep it up let every one attend strictly to their own j affairs attend ill churches and try to assist each other instead of pulling one against the other and by the next fourth of July we will see a different town We may have different opinions about different things but lets be governed by reason and all things will work together for the good Lee Johnson has purchased the Eight Gables Hotel price paid 6000 ooMrs Bower of Parks ville has been visiting relatives at Livingston London and Paris Woodson Bales has accepted a position as assistant agent at Li ingstonS E Pennington was in Corbin MondayThat good na tured salesman F L Thompson was in our midst Tuesdait rains so much that farmers are getting behind with their crops A C Carpenter was in Mt Vernon Tuesday D K Argenbright and J W Baker are jurymen from this neck of the woodsLee Johnson was in Corbin Tuesday Well tie JerffiesJohnson fight is over ar the big nig whipped him but Big George Arnold says it is not set tled yet for he has to tackle him before the matter is settled Mrs Geter Faliu is visiting relatives at Cove S E Carter who has been Fads for Weak Women E4ine tenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis case of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can becuredis cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well- It acts directly on the organs affected and is ct the same timea general restora tive tonic for the whole system It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations ar J local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors and so abhorrent to every modest woman We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure arc referred to the Peoples Corn omon Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages newly revised nduprtordate Edition sent jfwiOn rccpigC of 21one cent stamps to cover cost of ouy or in cloth binding for 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y C3 o tSEE TME NEW AT t i W Druggist Toilet articles of all kinds which enjoys j great popularity among particular people j Lowneyfs candy fresh and nice Soda fountain open all the time r CHASE C DAVIS i LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 89 MT VERNONrICY G 3 G 3 3 T 4 3t3 Q PQ G lg INSURE YOUR MONEY r J L Insure your money 4as you do your house Put your money in a bank The only safe place for its keeping and you will be surprised to find how soon you will have a surplus then to see the 1fTidity the surplus igrows into an accumulation This Pi is the begining r business success so strat this vlih us while your money is protected it is also doing good in the community all this costs j you not a cent We want your bl siness small or large and will always have it ready when you ask for it Try us we we will appreciate this business with you Very truly B AN K1s r- 3 a J 3ci J T r- nuiI vnnn nll Tb Prescription CREATIONS CHASC DAVIS PEOPLES Ji very sick is betterR N Greg ory who has been in Lebanon Jet is here for a few dayMrs Ed Woodall has been visiting relatives at Mullins StationJ P E Drummonds was in Lebanon from Monday until Tuesday John Fields or Stanford has been visit ing his rand mother Mrs W H- RiceGeorge Griffin the freight a ent here will be transferred to Pine Hill and take the agency there Jacob Elder of Brodhead was in our midst Sunday =C E Rice went to Lebanon MotidaYL H Davis was in Richmond Winchester and Lebanon Sunday and Mon dayProf Alcorn informs us the t the Livingston schoo will begin Monday July 18 He was here the 4h for the first timeJudge R G Williams of Covington was here between trains Monday and we had the palesure of a long talk with him This is something we can say and are proud of it that Rockcastle has one of the best Circuit Judges that itever had and we have a splendid County Judge and County Attorney ad will guarantee that we have given Covington the best prosecuting Attorney they have ever had in the t e son of R G Williams One week of Circuit Court has gone and from woat we can pather a great deal of business has been transacted in tiis short space Judge Bethurum altho young in years but with a wise head is making for himself fine record He is a fine lawyer and makes an excellent Judge The people are delighted with himLucinda Hel- lrd is visiting her brother Ben Helard in Jackson county T M Dees has shipped several thousand ties from here in the last few months Judge L W Bethurum was here Thursday on important businessRev Livingston hUed his regular appointment here Sa- turdayJ A Oliver has moved his stock of goods jn to tie Whitehead store house fisFcEtlrelMuddllr ti Willie Mudd Fred and Frank Starks are the pleasant guests of Miss Annie Fishback Mr and Mrs George Ornary of Jellico Tenn and Mr and Mrs James McRevnolds of Jellico are visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Omary of this place Mr Omary after fishing a few days will continue his visit to Louisville John Pope is in Cincinnati this week Mr W F Bowman was a pleasant visitor of Mr aud Mrs J H Waltons Sun dayMrs Orndoffand little grau daaghter Nellie Hagan have re turned from Stanford Miss Alice Ward entertained a number of friends last Thursday in honor of her birthdayMrs Alvin Rey Holds is visiting inWitdieRev James Walton has returned to his home after a few days visit here Mr Geizel has returned home after a few days visit at this place Rev Watson of the Presbyterian apIp on the third Sunday AH cordially invited PINE HILL Placediedof th dreaded disease hearttrouble She was 43 years ofage1 Sh leaves a husband six children an a host of friends to mourn her loss She was a faithful Christian and has belonged to the church for yearsMr and Mrs Wilse Car penter of Mt Vernon attended the sick bed of their sister Mrs Mary Leigh Mr John Azbillof Pittsburg has just returned home from Pine Hill where he attended the sickbed of his sisterMr Sidney AiIbUlof Climax has returned fromI Pine Hill where he attended the burrial ofbis sisterMlS Cleo Cotton im is visiting in Pine Hill Mr and Mrs JohnGray are HCarmicalMr and Mrs J T Hansel have returned to their home in Pittsburg r Mrs Dora Do well who has been r visiting in Pine Hill has returned Home tTirecfo bt life at 17 years Wil rkfswal1owedat Memphis Tennanddie lifehasbeenayouth explained in a note haxeD1e defeat at every turn J h Yerajledmii11 v 4 J jI Teabove cut shows the pictures of Eugene Palmer on the left and John Parretton the right the two negro boys who attempted to wreck No 22 the fast L N passenger near Altamont tyo weeks ago to day by placing cross- ties on the track The boys are now in jail at London having been arrested the following day by our- spiendid0eputY sher ff Cam Mul and U S Marshal George Thompson of Fjst Bernstact Parrett is 15 yearsof age and Pal- lier is 14 The boys when asked why they placedtBe ties on tt e track responded We thought te- would get so a monk At the point were placed is a very b gh fill and whereleties bands betn mUrder QS rt tempt aboard woud have been tilled and it would been easy for a wholesale robber The general belief is that older heads are connected and that then e other parties were hiding in the nearby cliffs ready to come forward for their portion of the reward were the boys successful in their well laid plans to plunge to death all aboard the fast flying locomo tive A thorough investigation will be made and it is certainly to behoped that every one in any Lway corinecte r crget 4he full benefit of the law ILEYEL GREEN We are having plenty of rain here of late wtich is causing the farmers to work harder than usual Corn is looking well and oats are better than they have been for yearsThe Glorious Fourth has passed again which was very quiet around this part There was a nice number at Walnut Grove park and alLseem to enjoy the oc casion There were refreshments of all kinds and amusements the climax of which was a ball game between Level Green and O ala The score stcbd iand 2 in favor of Ocala after a last played game of nine innings Mullins and Burton shipped a caY ot lambs to Cincinnati last week a goodly number of which went from around Level Green Norton and Barrow of Pulaski are here this week taking up lambs and expect to ship a car loadW- H Bullock who has been confined to his room for nearly two mouths remains about the same Arthur ONeal is confined to his bed from appendicitis but seems to be get ting along very well under the risingdlock has been attending circuit court at Ml Vernon sitting as a rltitjurorMrs Wade H Brown o McAlister Okla will arrive this week with the children to spend a couple of months in the balmy atmosphere of old Kentucky Mrs Brown was Mips Lora DeBord daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm DeBord of Walnut GroveThe teachers are all getting ready for County Institute which begins Monday the i ilhi Dr Price was called to the bedside of Rome Graves of Sand Springs section Tuesday who is suffering from appendicitisRev- D R Gentry of Quail delivered an excellent lecture toa nice audience at Friendship Sunday morning From the youngest to the oldest his talk was instructive and entertaining CASTORIAFor Infants gad Children The KM You H w Always Bright 1lNrsthe S4pt Ar8Ofi Yt t PARTICULARDRESSERS everywhere are loud in their praises o- fShield Brand Clothing quietdignifieddesired by men of refinement The most reliable fabrics and the highest character df workmanship make it superior to any clothing sold at the popular prices 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST We are always glad to show you This Mark of Quality is ca every Mat collar SHIELD t S fflteKSKteXfo fanfetal A t at 00 at 50 200 c iitt j jy EstablishedK1887 BUY f I LII 1Ifl f g ftOM hA VS t t We Are Selling Clotfiikg at a Reduced Pri y For The Next Ten Days LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER Silks in All Shades at Reduced Priers White Wash Goods at a Reduced Price The Best Dress Gingham to be Had at locts Come Anti See Our Line of Satina KC Calico All At A Reduced Price s t Rugs Worth 500 af350 John B Stetson Hats at 400 Odd Pants 500 values QOI ooU 15 350a 275 300cc 250 Mens Negligee Shirts 1 values 75cts 75ct SummerUnderwear FoilertandBoys Suits X150 100c 75ctsl 40I Ft w i it J i s ttt f Hoisery 35 ct values at 25cts 20IJ5IOu c S Menst Straw Hats A new and complete stock from 100 to 300 Suspenders I 5Qjct values at 4Octs 25cc 1 20 c o Neckwear 50 ctYvalnes at 40cts 25u 20r t Ladies Waists 250 values at 1 20- 04i56200LC C 150 I 125II 1i o Loac 75 Ladies SKiirts r800 values at 00 700 sOrr Ladiest Belts 50 ct values atat 4cts 25rr 241 15cc Ht a 19rLadies HandcBags 100 values ofk 75cts 50 ct 40 2 tcc 20 llle A e All il Prices Nothipg Chatttw a f L I These p AcesKe t h w t t jtJtV l t If F F iEVf r x MT- lT I fi t 7 f f ti I- h t MT VERNON SIGNAL tn FRIDAY July 8 19 rO t Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT f J SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION FOR CONGRESS HON HARVEY HRTAT wThefollowing notice from the r Harrodsburg Herald will be read with interest by the friends ot Senator McCreary While in New York recently OKI of the editors of the Herald had a talkwith that soldierstatesm and splendid gentleman Senator McCreary He was there as one of the Peace Commissioners in at tendance on the Peace Conference that was held at the Hotel Astor He is an enthusiastic believer in nationalarbitration and having been a warrior himself he under stands fully the significance of what the Peace Conference mean to the world He says people are becoming too civilized and christ- ianized for welfare too strong mentally and morally to indulge in useless killing of fellow human be ing and profitless destruction uf property War has a greater sig nificance now than ever before be cause the mind of man has in vented so many destructive mode of death whose very science makes them terrible in the extreme Hr referred to the awful loss of life and waste of property and money during the JapaneseRussian war and how after all tile bloodshed d destruction the question which kr fought over was settled here vie United States at a Peace feerence If it had to end that why not said Senator Mc ry have had the matter ar itrated in the beginning Refer ing to the Peace Conference held vat the Hague last year he said that a question between the United States and Great Britian the Behring Sea question was settled then of greater significance to the nations involved than the question that brought on the Rev olutionary War Asked if he intended to run for Governor of Kentucky Senrtor McCreary said that he did He Jj F says that heretofore he has asked for public office but that now it has been tendered him and that already seventyone newspapers in the state have declared themselves for him even before a formal declaration of his intentions had been made This is a flattering and significant thing when one takes into account the papers that are Republican and those that are Independent in politics and Sen ator McCreary should feel mighty proud of his showing It proves how he stands with the party and what confidence they feel iu his ability to guide aright the grand oldcommonwealth which has so long been proud to honor him He says of himself which character istic modesty that he has always tried to work for the best interest j of the people whom he represented and that he is too old now to male experieGcirhe He says he is coming home imme diately and will open up his campaign from Richmond THE PURSE IN THE HIGHWAY One of Hans Christian Ander son s tales is about a King who put a purse of gold under a stone in the highway leading to a market town The purse contained a note saying that its gold was to reward the farmer who would roll the stone out of the way The King waited for days and weeks but no person moved the stone Instead all the farmers humped their wagons over it as they had done from time immemorial One mar ket day when they were all assembled the king led them to the stone had it rolled aside disclosed the purse and told why he had put it there As Hans Anderson wrote fairy tales his story concluded that after that the farmers turned every stone and smoothed the roads hoping to find money and finding it not but getting it in the value of their good roadsKansas City Star There is no King of the fairy story to teach the people of Ken tucky the way to wealth but the people itself is sovereign It has the power to do all that the King succeeded in haying done if it I but finds the will and can rid itresifof that spirit of localism which has II STOPS FALLING HAiR DESTROYS DANDRUFF I Ingredients E ehrlc1The richest counties in the State are the counties which have good roads the pauper counties are the counties which have bad Toads With good roads in every county there would be no pauper county in the State and the State which has no pauper county will be easily the first oFthe States of the South The good roads spirit is the Kentucky spirit at its best because it means the best fo- rKentuckyLouisville Times Jeff coudnt come backth e story and the moral iu four swords This man who had never met de feat stayed out of the game tco long to recover hisoldtmie skill and strength During those years of inactivity of careless living of indifference t j physical training he lost ground that he could not regain His blows lacked power and cr tainty He was slow The stamina to go the pace set by his fast opponent was not there- On the surface Jeffries looked fit for any battle The weakness lay beneath the surface where age and neglect had done their insid iousworkand neglect more than ageYou have to keep in trim these days if youre going to win The madrono drops out and lets up for awhile giving was to in duigence and the life that softens rather than steels seldom comes back to his old form may appear as good as ever IHe test will tell When the crisis comes that makes demandon theIness To achieve you must keep at it Your pleasure must be recreations not dissipations Mihen you cj rig the ring where the life battle is fought it must bfj for rest not indulgence and even then the rest may not be too prolonged for that means rust If you are after the purse what ever it may be fortune fame or love yin the game4 Keep in training nerve steady mind alert appetite curbed with thei vital reservoirs stored and ready to he drafted upon when the emergency- calls I for the knockout blow PJC LD rr Harn Vigr 1 AM ELEGANT DRESSING MAKES HAJR GROW n Sulphur Glycerin Quinn Sodium Chlorid Capsicum Sire Alcohol Water Perfume Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here Ask him also if there is not genuine merit hereI Does not Color the aiJ 0 AYKI lOn TLodJ Muir J w seorooe-eooeeoooieaaeeeoeee ooeeooeeeeooeeoeooooooeoeooeooeeooeo eo eseo eeeca7eeeooeeeeoesoooeooooao e8 e eQIIQfiCS80 S8Sfifi eli0 sg a s eGle ii boo GOe ceeo bro N BARGAIN DAY 4eo tae cao uoo S e GUle Goee- o t s 0h every Saturday we have Several articles on display at our store to m 9 oe c i i ee lat R real R VRGAIKT eJiaveofteredrmaiiy s Tar ains that have been es4e G e Il 9G0etheeIJO a wilLhave for the next two Saturdays a J Oea Tile following are a tew of the articles which will be onr display c seo jCalicos orth6Ac Saturday pricer4 andp c Pei iTdIo ccr56cV rydget V A Fawnst lOc cc t 5 ridjc perycle8aef N PJ rcalst ioiiC i toyiii i 6 BCIeI yg i i t 1100 EadiesPumps JM SMinVti KsI 98 m il t r f Low Cuts J 50X k4 i JLi i e m f Low Outs 4 Oj f 2 98 ere 3 e ilti f 7 Yf j I e iow Cutst stobSS HSr ic 398 t 5 il Ii i Some in and look these BARGAINS over arid ypti e k t T G ft I1lwill 4preciate this great money sawn event rM ir e t r 1 i 0- 3tis I ejenZIe m e ee e fS ij e i f PETERS e ufleee Iiit-ee eat1 eeeeoooeeeseeeree ee eeeeoeeeeo ue t J 2J t Jack Johnson the co Cored cbamp q iou clinched his title to the worlds championship of the pugilistic r arena when he decisively defeated the great retired champion James J Jeffries in 15 rotn sat Reno Nevada on the Fourth of July While Jeffries wQnoL actually counted out he was Saved only from this crowning humiliation by his friends pleading with John son not to hit the fallen man 1 agaiu and the tOAel was brought into the ring from his corner 1Ifiled out glum and silent Jeffries was dragged to his cor ner bleeding from nose and mouth anda dozen cuts on his face He had a black closed eve and J swollen features and he held hit head in hip hands dazed and incoherent Johnson walked out of the ring without a mark on his body ex cept a slight cut on his lip which was the opening of a wound received in training Ring experts agree that it was not even a championship fight Jeffries had a chance in the second round perhaps but after the sixth it was plain that hft was weakened aud outclassed in every point and after the eleventh round it was hopelessIt time greatest demonstration the ring has ever seen of the failure of a fighter to come back after years of retirement The youtl and science of the black man made Jeffries look like a green man The great Jeffries was like a log The reviled Johnsonwas like a black panther beautiful in his alertness and defensive tactics The fifteenth sound started with a clinch after Jeffries had failed to land on the body Johnson thei tore loose and before the specta Ibrs were prepared for the finish hu had sent Jeffries down with lightninglike left and right blow to the jaw J effries reeled am fell half way through the rope s ou the West side of the ring Those near him saw that he had lost sense of his surroundings and that the faces at the ringside wen a blur to him His time had come He was feeling tvhathe had cause others to feel in the days of lei youth and power Johnson came over to the spot and stood poised over his adversar his body ready for a left hook if Jeffries regained Jhi feet Jim Corbettj vvho twice bac gone down be1ore J fries blows and who had stood in Jeffries corner all during the fight telling Jiuitison what a fool he was and how be was in for the greates heating of his life now ran forward with outstretched rarms crying Oh go back onthit him Jeffries painfully raised himself to his feet His Jaws had dropped his eyes were neailyshut and his face was covered with blood With trembling legsi and yielding arms he triedto put upa defense But he could not stpp a terriffk right smash in the jaw followe by two left hooks Hewent down again Jeffries physician and other friends jumped into vthe ring Stop it they cried Don put the old fellow out Sam Berger Jeffrie manager ran along the ring calling to Bob Armstrong Bring that towel you know what Imean dont let him get hit AJ From Johnsons corner his sec onds were calling tp him to quit Then the referee stopped the timekeeper and it was all over WORK 24 HOURS A DAY The busiest little things eye made are Dr Kings New Lite Every pill is s sugar coated globule ofheallh that changes weakness nto strength languor into energy rainfag into mental power wring Constipation Headache Chills Dysyeosia Malaria 25c it Chas C Davis- Attorneys for railroads operating Alabama Monday in the Fed askedgalfor a rehearing on their motion wade last year to reinstate the reliminary injunction against the Alabama leislative rates The at haveIbeenfor the State argued that the evidence is too volumjnQUSjtp be presented fora hearing t this timer udge Thomas G jon spostIonecit tbe hearinguntil iildre Gry FOR FLETfiHERS c S 9R IA 1t i 7 o l URNTUR- s At S B McKenzie will begin a special sale of all Furniture ibeginninghousehold furnishings Here is your opportunity to save some money READ THIS UST 2 r DRESSERS t Solid oak 1000 j Others from 750toJ8 All New Soles Buffetts and Sideboards 1200 to 2500 IRON BEDS From 250 to 1000 WB CflBBY S UFg F and SfVES t C X4 3i FOR SALEOne house and lot n Livingston and ui3r farm of too acres near Roundstone section well improved Villsellathargains W B SlGMOK Dec 173111 Wildie Ky Mount Vernon IMountaI- M mufacturer of and EALER n and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on GEO OWENS Propr Phone 112 M L Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston evervMonclay RPJ DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tfc Crown and Bridge Work s Specialty Work guaranteed Will be in Hrodhead every Monday NOTICE rUn til further notice we will grind only on Tuesday and Saturday but will be prepared at all times tocontinue our exchange business MT ViisRNON ROLLER MILLS Mclii8tf Tee death of Chief Justice Puller occurred Juseat the time when many important cases were to be passed upon Among these were the rlissotutn proceedings under the Antitrust Act against he SJ1ermal Oil Company the tobacco cor orations and the Corporation to cases involving the question ofjjhe of had been Met for reargutneiat1the Standard Oil and the tobacco ases for November 14 be r 2S fi 1f t RUGS Good ones from 50c to 5 DRUGGETS All sizes 1200 to 2500 ICE CREAM FREEZERS and- SCREEN DOORS At Cost COMPLETS HHEDWABB Htapplication DYERS constitutionality 11fir 3r70 1iC c z y NIi There Is a Difference in- WatchS Repair Material THE best watch repair mates tti is is made by the factory that made the watch Imitation materials is cheapand jF may damage the watch We use the best watchrepair material it fits better rj looks better worlksjbetter und is better in every waycWhen tti fr paiira watch we want it to rIm and work Ctsiuoothly and keep itimnenot only time but correct D time FRANK MOORE 0Dr Davis Drug Store Vt S638C3JC33flG83 X GRANVILLE OWENS tr I UNDERTAKER J27 iBrodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE MCoffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled t WANTSClr ii EGGS POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE j fit Mt Vewon vry Monday WILL PfiT CASH j HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER KY W R GOTT CO j xe Convenience of the Savings Account 1 keep their money here as a permanent in vestment Mauv persons because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid can compute the net returns accu ed As all investment you be added at anytime A savings Small amounts mayA rarely profitable means to realize on funds that are iaccount offers a idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the- entiro determination to saveWithamount at allY time a welcome here Why not lend your money to are always rs we stand ready to receive such am tbeiJ Toucan saVe from time to time We will pay you a as in detail ifiWell explainmoney r far rate of interest on your you will can at the batik TrfE BANK OF M T VERNON f INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY- tiL t W u MT VERNONSIGNAL MT VERNON ICY July 8 19i0 IZ9I CalltiP No 79 When you vent to Communi cate with SIGNAL 791 j J a J It TIME TABLE 22 north 455 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 am 21 South 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 t Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice I as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAL Judge Alcorn is attendittg court Robins was here from Louisville Tuesdav Tudge R G Williums spent the 4th with his mother Jim Eversole was down from London to spend the 4th Chester Landrum has been very sick for several davs but is better nowHomer Wallin was here a few hours Wednesday from Oakdale TennMr and Mrs C D Sutton of Withers were in Louisville during the week Mrs M G Fish of the Hiatt section has had a very severe case of H Yuoell of Norton Va was here from Sunday till WednesdayMr Mrs HMMarsh banks have moved to the G T Johnson property on Main St Mrs J V McKenzie and little daughter Ella Mae were with Mrs Sutton at Withers Tuesday Shirley Tare and others too numerous to mention made their regular trips to Brodhead Sunday Grover C Johnson the popular clerk for the WJSparksCoat Sparks Quarry was in Louisville Sunday and Monday Mrs W H Brannaman of Wildie who underwent a serious oper tion at Richmond a few days since is doing very nicely Dr G H Albright of Barbours ville was here this week as a witness in a suit of Elkin Stephens against Durham Bob Baker a barber from Lon don is running Paris Sowders shop while Paris is unable to work on account of a cut on his hand Geo W Gentry Sr is here for a few days on business from Clare more Okla where he recently moved his family Mr Gentry is thoroughly delighted with his western home Misses Lena McClure and Ber nice Landrum have returned from a very pleasant visit to Laurel They were accompanied by Miss Emma and Master Hendrix Lan drum of London Judge and Mrs B J Betburum Cashier and Mrs M B Salin Misses Mat Williams Susie and Alza Thompson and Judge L W Bethuruui were the recipients ot a most delightful evenings entertain ment Wednesday at the hospitable home of Cashier and Mrs J W Hutcheson of Brodhead g LOCAL TJ G Baker Is installing a full and complete line of hardware in his new concrete building just west of railroadLWhen you come to the Teachers Institute next week make Fishs Cash Store your headquarters The Revival at the Christian Churchconducted by Rev J T Watson of the Maxwell St Chris tian Church Lexington Ky is drawing large crowds and it is hoped that much good maybe done The Rockcastle Home Telephone Exchange was knocked out for while during the electrical storm yesterday but Manager James Maret soon had things in working order again Some phones in town are still burned out BASE BALL The Wildie baseball boys came over last Saturday to play the home team but on account of the heavy rain the game was called off in the first inning with the score standing Xtofo in iavor of Wildie J f e v t Buy your next Arrow Collars at Fishs Cash Store The Fourth of July Picnic at Langford waF a failure on account of the rain The waters were up and the peoplecould not get there Get ready for the Brodhead Fair see J Fish about that new suit Extra Trousers Hats Shoes and the bet of Everything formen or boys to wear thelPresbyterian ing at the usual hour Owing to the Evangelistic Services in toe Christian church the Presbyterians will hold no evening service Under the new act regulating time of holding court in the 28th Judicial district the Rock astle courts will come as follow Third Monday in August 3 weeks First Monday in January 4 weeks and Fourth Monday in April 2 2 weeks The law is now in ef fect and our first court under the new act will be next month One of the heaviest rains ever recorded in this section fell last Monday and on Wednesday the downpour was again nearly the equal of Monday but did not last solong and did nothing like the damage Many farms are greatly damaged as the result of Mondays aain and especially those who were cultivating land along the small streams P E Shivel of near Brodhead we understand en tirely lost five acres of tobacco and several acres of corn Gus Staver son had one whole field of wheat that was entirely washed away many have lost their grass and in other ways suffered heavy damages The water out Vest Main St was from 8 to 24 inches deep and the whole territory from Vest Main leading to the sink in A H Hamlin field just Vest of the college building where the water is carriedwas a regular lake The oldest inhabitants of the town say they have never witnessed such a rain with the possible exception of one time last year Mr and Mrs G C Fish with their daughter Miss Eva and sons Messrs John and Jones entertained- ou Monday the Fourth at their beautiful country home The Willows the following Misses Alza Thompson Louanua White head Margaret McClary and Messrs William H Youell of Norton Va Rey George S Watson and Will H Fish This crowd with others had planned to picnic in the grove near Buckeye Church but heavy rains coming up prevented this and the splendid picnic dinner wh ich was prepared for the grove was served on the spacious porch of the Fishresidence After lunch the crowd was entertained with music games and reading until a late hour The rain still preventing any homecoming the hospitality of the Fish family was again equ llothe oc casion andall members of the party were entertained over night They returned next morning all declaring that they had a most de lightful and long to be remembered Fourth Attorney General Breathitt on Friday decided thatunear beer and similar concoctions cannot be sold in local option territory under the soft drink license The following statement has ben issued from the office of the attorney general at Frankfort This department through At tornev General Breathitt himself has passed upon the matter finally to the effect that drinks may not be sold under theUSott Drink License that could produce intoxi cation We enclose copy of said opinionAs option territory increases in extent in this State it is reasonable to anticipate that en deavor will be made to place such drinks as are described before the public audinsucb a way as to subject those who may indulge in them to no sort of social condem nation and it is alleged innocence will actually prove more pernicious to the young if allowed than the open saloon into which the same people might never think of going Until either the law or the highest court makes a distinction author beveragesrruling of this department that they arts not allowable under a soft drink license having that appre ciable quantity tall events in them as would create even in large quantities any degree ojl intoxication sieM o1Cu I is Stetson Hats at Fishs Cash Store Mt Vernon f J Fish has just received some new Swan Hats for men and young men Seethem and yotf will want oriel NOTICEF All persons having just claims against the estate of D N Wil hams are requested to present same to me properly proven as required by law CLEO W BRowN- Administratrix There will be an excursion to Lancaster each day of the fair July 27 28 and 29 Starting rom Corbin the special will pass Mt Vernon at 742 a m and returning will leave Lancaster at 5 oclock p m and arrive at Mt Vernon at 620 zcoouut of tbe Garrard county Fair Fare for the round trip 119 For the fortyeleventh time we announce that obituaries cards of thanks etc are printed as any other pay notice Those who send such notices to this office without the money or some understanding as to the payment had just as well not send them such notices always go to the wastebasket To MAMMOTH CAVEJuly 28 from Mt Vernon and all way stations on regular morning train 353 A M Only 435 cts round trip Board at hotel including admission to the several routes in the cave for 550 els A full and complete trip to the great subter ranean wonder only 9 85 One night for promenade or dance See L N Agent CIRCUIT COURT Nath Bussel whose trial for house breaking was before the court at time of our last issue was given one year in the pen The followiug jury tried the case Booth Purcell Theard Parsons Jack Abney W C Hopkins Hayes Smith Grant Thompson Lee Proctor Josiah Cummins Bradford Albright Steve Albrigbt J J McCall and Ance Robins Geo Mullins charged with the murder of James Madden was given ten years in the pen Some fl the jury stood tr twentyo e seveu1yearse verdict The follewing jury satin the Mullins trial Grant York E S Lovings Joe Roberts Green Cress Tom Jacobs Theard Parsons Jno Sawyer S T Reams L W Kirby WillH Reams W M SoutbardWM FalinThe case against Owen Turpen charged with the killing of Bogue Phillips was called Wednesday when both sides announced ready The regular panel being exhausted and none qualifying a special venire of 75 men were summoned to appear in the court room at 9 oclock yesterday morning and the followingjuryselected Dr Boyd of Baltimore Supt of schools of the Presbyterian church was here Monday and Tuesday to see Miss McCord Principal of the Brown Memorial relative to the future of the school since the establishment of the Graded school there has been some question just what the Brown Memorial would do The earnest de sire of all interested in education and the upbuilding of the town and county was that the school would continue as an industrial school for girls with Miss McCord at the head and we are glad to say that such will be the case Dr Boyd after looking the situation over decided that this is a splendid field for such a school and readily gave consent besides allowing a nice little appropriation for carrying on the work An nouncements concerning next years work will soon be out and we certainly hope to see the young ladies throughout the county who need just such advantages and training as the schoolwill offer take advantage of it One of the other duties of Dr Boyds visit was to close the deal with trustees of the Graded School for the Brown Memorial building on Richmond St The price paid was 3000 but none of the money leaves the town as every dollar was appropriated for the carrying on of the Industrial School Every citizen owes It tb himself to his family and to the town to do all he cats for the Industrial school as well as our graded school both of which deserve the heaxly support of all J t 4 T I i l T Jhj os 1hii ii l1 J 1w2 w a lia JVIrfifir 1 fttttittt f ttntlt nrf It t t tnn ttnnt tn n tl t ntt IITHE I It c 0 g is allover and Johnson wins the Heavy weight Championship of the World But I g that has noto ing to do withour business of selling the best there is in i CLOTHING SHOES i E o- GE I AND f i 3 ==c I GENTS FURNIHSINGS I If you should come into our store and tell us about what your ideas are as to new clothes a new hat anu g shoes tb match you wonld be surprised at how quickly we can produce the goods Very few people can 3 guess at the amount of stock we carry or have any idea how complete our line is We study the clothing needs of the community carefully are always glad to show you the new things E whether you buy or not SHOES HATS SHIRTS TIES and HOSIERY flLU CORREET flND DOWNTOTHEMINUT- ETKY = == us ONCE 1 = KV ti E SffOFSMe BFTTfJ iJMT TEUTONS LEADliNG CLOTHIER = ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE == PHONE 77 MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED = a E I i t tit i tit lit II tit t tit I t t tit II t I it lit t t 11I1 i t II t II till tit III tit t i H t t i Iii t i llil 11111 I1II11 i j 111111111111 t 11111 i t t i w BRODHEAD Miss Susie Hilton of Ltncaster spent the 4tb with her aunt Mrs J Thos UherryRoy Robins still continues a very sick man Miss Emma Evans of London is the charming guests of her cousin Mrs John E Evans Judges B J and L W Bethurum Mr and Mrs M B Salin were very royally entertained by Mr and Mrs J W Hutcheson Wed nesday evening Walter Kobins of Louisville is spending a few days here with his brother John RobinsChas Hurl will leave in a few days for Hot Springs where he will go for treatment on rheumatism Brod head defeated Spiro on the latters grounds by the score of 13 to 7 on July 4thQuite a crowd from here have been attending Circuit Court at Mt Vernon all this week Miss Willie Benton has returned home from a months visit to Cynthiana Mt Sterling and Win chester Will Fish Sherley Tate and Joe McKenzie of Mt Vernon were in par town calling on three of our best looking girlsW B Benton of Ettawah Tenn spent Sunday here with his mother Mrs BentonMiss Mattie W ilmott has returned home from a three weeks visit to Williamsburg Knoxville and Albright attended the Proctor Knot Chatauqua at Leba non Monday and TuesdayRobt G Wilmott cashier of Citizens Bank at Nepton Kyr spent July 4th here shaking hands with old friends Miss Myrtle Thompson of Louisville is the guest of her cousin Miss Etta CableMr and Mrs O A Frith are visiting Mrs Friths parents Mr and Mrs A Pennington at vingstonI E Wallen of Oakdale Tenn was here Wednesday and Thursday to see his familyMattie Sowder ot Texas is here for a stay of 6 weeks Ky was Mr Sowders former home but this is his first trip here in 30yearsMrsQUietVal lin and children spent several days here with Mr and Mrs W H Sowder Mrs Orus Bowers of Oklahoma is here for a twp months stay with her many frieiuisaud- IrelativesShLrman and Goeble f a ii IIausaasuuusascsssusssusBowers Louisville are spending their va cation here To THE TEACHERS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY Our institute will begin Monday Julv nth You will please be present at the beginning and expect to be present the full time You will find in Sec 153 of the common school laws a sentence which reads The Co Supt shallrevoke the certificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the full session of the institute unless the Supt shall be fully satisfied that such failure has been caused by actual sickness or other disability Hoping you will all be present I am Very Respectfully W KINCER FINANCIAL REPORT Report of the condition of the Citizens Bank doing business in the town of Krodhead county of Rockcastle state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 3oth day of June rgio- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety 716541 Real estate mortgages 1201105 Call Loans on collateral 846520 Time loans on collateral 1306374 Due from NaU Banka i2759 Due fiom State Banks and- Bankers 150000 United States and National Bank Notes 288300 Specie 95454 67342ITotal 535I7I5 LIABILITIES Capital stpck paidin in cash isobooo Surplus fund iJSSooo i Undivided profits 3497S 169978 Depdsits subject to check on which interest is not paid 2166092 Savings deposits on which interest is paid 1515645 Total 535I7I5 State of Kentucky County of Rockcastle f set I JW Hutcheson cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear thatith6above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J W Hutcheson Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of JU119IO John Robins Notary Public My commission expires March 4th 1914 DIRECTdRSW E Gravely T irith John Robins a ChUdrn Cry FOR F lET CAST RnA u 1111 FINANCIAL REPORT Report of the condition of The Bank of Mt Vrnona bank doing business in the town of Mt Vernon county of Rockcastle State of Kentucky at the close business on the 30th day of Junex 1910 Loans and RESOURCESIor more Real estate mortgages 1497022 Time loans on collaterallI131669Due from State Banks and Bankers 911589 United States and National 385600SpecieOverdrafts secured 179114 Taxes 9520 Current expenses paid 215714 Furniture and Fixtures 42025 Total 10869703 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus Fund 700000 Undivided profits 375503 Deposits subject to check un- which interest is not paid 4629920 UIUU1Ie1UuII3IIlIIIIIS Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 2741953 Due National Banks 162327 Notes and bills rediscounted 760000 Total 10879703 State of Kentucky Couuty of Rockcastle f Set I W L Richards Cashier of the above named Bank do solmenly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief W L Richards Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me i this 7th day of July 1910 A B Furnish Notary Public Sly Commission expires Feby 2 1914 V iro DIRECTORS W L Richards C C Williams and S H Martin The Government Saturday began iiiiwsuit against the Great Lakes Towing Company with head quarters in Cleveland to oust it from its charter alleging that it is a trust and conducted in restrain of trade Every day is Bargain Day at Fishs Cash Store 8 cCD I ANNOUNCEMENT g Subscriptions are now being received for stock in f7j the United States Savings Bank which mllbe estab f lished at Berea f The proposed capital of the Bank is 5000000 The price of each share of stock islOOO A price that will enable people of moderate as well as large means to become stockholders f Seldom have the people of Madison County and Eastern Kentucky beeu offered such a s mnd high grade investment an investment that affords both 4 unquestionedsafety and a substantial return Applications for stock and all inquiries should He addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea Kentuckjjj Some of the men who will act as Directors upoif I approval of the stackholders of the Bankare I E F Coyle J E Hayes H R Howell G E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker i UNITED STATES SAYINGS BANE i t BEREA j KY ilf 7 t tJ 0f 4 f I iiT II1i CENTiIaridRegulari ling Ule Stomachs andow iiii nessandRestContainsneiN mm OpiunvMorphiRC norMoeraL NOT NARCOTIC I 1fc2eiloFdIkSAMTJZPffW2L 9I JlxSiaain li JMeffeSalls io ci4aseid ci 0 Jtind forConstp- aE4 tionSourStoiuachD1arrIlO TaeSin signnre Ot NEW YOBIt Exact Copy of Wrapper For and of i JjDJ r In 1 had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad fix It writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers Gae- el was unconscious for three days and after that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui Since taking Cardui I am much better and can do all my housework l Take Tw CASTORIA The Always Bought theISignature In- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA Bad Fix feelingsHI I CARDUII3 U The Womans Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out Better take Cardui while thereis time while you are still in moderately good health just to conserve your strength j and keep you in tip top condition In this way your troubles whatever they are will grad ually grow smaller instead of largeryou will be the upgrade instea of the downand by and bye you will arrive at The north pole of perfect health Get a bottle at your druggists today sPrize Offers from Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send r ughsketch or model for search of Patent Office records Ourjttr Greeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had chargeof the U S Patent Office GREELEY MINTIRE ATTORNEYS WASHINGTON D CL 1 By a viva voce vote which was practically unanimous the House of Representatives after nearly two hours discussion agreed to the conference report on the railroad bill No amendmsnt was offered or adopted The Statehood bill to admit Arizona and New Mexico to the Union passed the House It now only lequires the signature pi the President to become law By a viva voce vote the House concurred in the Senate amendments to the i bill THOSE PIES OF BOYHOOD How delicious wete the pies of boyhood No pies can ever taste so Rood Whats changed the pie No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you b tine the food Whats needed Lt complete toning up by Electric Bittersof all organs of digestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels Try them Theyll restore your f boyhood appetite arid appreciation of food aid fairly saturated your body wijtW new he thy strength J and vigor oc at Chas 0 Davis y Y Infants Children Kind You Have Bears For d so on Leading full PATENT A B Rouse of Boone county defeated GLinn Gocc of Ken toi county in the Democratic Congressional riniarv in the Sixth district Saturday bya decisive vote1A light vote was polled Seven Catholic bishops coming from many States will attend the silver jubilee celebration of G P Maes at the cathedral at New port Ky The affair promises to be the most interesting ever held in Northern Kentucky Municipal elections were held throughout the Panama republic without disturbance of any kina The Governmant won by a large majority particularly in Panama Pity and in Colon WE BU- YWOOLi flJI lt wun tIM Wtettf lkBIjeIts lMl bab Rdece aafNlllda Ltia ilk We fEIhl- BgsFfectaeEgprt3 WlecpckeUL- 1tAEL l Jeiri Uclr Sesthet C Qa i Jtt T r 1 l MILLIONS SPFWfbN FRAUDS FAKE CONSUMPTION VIJUES HAr gu ClJUl r j509 00- 0Ocr 15 vpo poa annUally is wthme1who National Association forth Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis an fur this sum the victims re ceive nothing m return but ore often permanently injured and in the majority of cases cheated out ureIpaid by those who can least afford n i1aSinHstigattd calltd cures and treatments for tuberculosis now being adver tiscd throughout the country and finds that more than 3006 ooo a solicitingIthe ex anination it has been Iduud that the great majority of these cures contain harmful and habit forming- idiufcs such as morphine opium and chloroform None of then wH cure consumption The only cure for this disease that has ever UtOti discovered is the combination of resh air rest and wholesome food A il of the curt s that at tempt todestroy the tubercle ba cubs without these or to stop th progress of the disease in some myotutous way are branded as frauds and impositions Three classes oucuresare distinguished by the National Associ ation In the first class are included devices and drugs which can be bought for any sum rang lug from ten cents to fie dollars a drugstore The United States Department ot Agriculture his just issued a bulletin in which some ol the most uStd of these drugs and remedies are analyzed and con d mned The second class of cut eS indudes the institutes professors or companies of doc tors who for a consideration guarantee to consumption bi some secret method of which they- areihp sle proprietors There are nearly one hundred and fitly of t tte institute irauds in the Umkd States Cheating the people out of millions of dollars annually In the third class of cures ate placeaa number of home nade remedies jjwhich either tirougli ignorance or superstition ITVP bren advpced as treabnieut for tuberculosis Some of thse are onions lemons rattlesnake poison coal dust lime dustr pigs bio id dog oil miik strippings and even alchohol These will not cure consumption declares the National Associition No drug as or other material has yet been discovered which when eaten inhaled or injected into the iddy vilI kill the germs of tuber ulosiS Fresh air which cou iains more oxygen tlnn any sub stance known will destroy the erms of tuberculosis if it is breathed continuously for a long enough period and if rest ndj vholesome food are employed at the same time to build upi the uody There is moreCatarrh inithi ection of the country than allot hei iiseases put together and until the ast few years was supposed to lit incitreable For a great mans ears doctors pronounced ita local lisease aud prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to ore with ocal treatment pro lounced it incurable Science hat proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires ronstitutional treatment x Hall Jatarrh Cure manufactured by F XChenfey Co Toledo Ohio s the only constitutional cure ot ahe market It is taken intern l1Ivn doses from to drops to a spoonful It acts directly on thi blood and mucous surfaces of th system They offer one bundrec dollars for any case it rails to curt Send for circulars and testimonials Address RJ Cni5NNY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75C Take Halls Family Pils for onsti pat ion Senator Bristpw and Represet ta lye Murdock and Madispr of Kansas threerof the leadijiui eats in Congress and ware supporters of Roosevelt when bt was in the White House visite he former Presjdeut at Saramor- glill Saturday Teys y the found tile Colonel absolutely Unchanged Jnhis views CA w c nrAhut lhI MNIWAI II 1ii7 f WIMa IiReligi n t1S bont IBy REV DR HUGH T KZUR PelorPullertonL Avenue irosby 4nnoChurch Chicago USJ1Inttnonresident God Occasionally he visits this world and then we have a miracle For him God is what the philosophers call transcendent The men and women who have poetic temperaments and artistic tastes believe in a Ged who Is everywhere whose dwelling is In the round ocean and the living air and the blue sky and in the mind of man For thorn God is what the philosophers call immanent The third way of thinking about God is the Christian way and it combines what is true in both of the preceding views It proclaims that God while still remaining the in finitely holy God isJot with ws closer to us than breathing nearer than hands or feet This was and is no new Idea it Is as old as the Bible In beautiful and majestic language the first chapters of Genesis picture the coming of the Lord God into the garden to walk andI talk with his children in the cool of the day Certainly L will be with thee is the promise of God to Moses and in promises ofttimes repeated God insists that he will never leave nor forsake hls people This was tho very truth God was trying to reveal to his people throughout the full length of their recorded his tory God never changed his attitude toward his children but they blinded by prejudice and selfishness refused to understand So it was line upon line precept upon precept It is like all great revelations What is given Is not always revealed We are both being given on every hand facts of mu nicipal corruption and political jobbery andJet the great majority of our citizens are still unconcerned The reason that made the revelations of the Old Testament Ine cctive In the fact that words conceal as much as they reveal All that God could say and tell about himself was not sufficient to create a personal friendship The world did not know God He was still hidden misunderstood and misinterpreted God was a king a judge a detective The promise of companionship and personal friendship with a detective who Is sworn to shadow you and finally arraign you before the bar of Judgment is not appealing tosay the least To many people of the olden times and to many people even yet God is a sort of selfappointed detective His eye is on us his hand is over us his ear Is open to hear but his presence distresses when thought of under such categories So it was that at last God had to speak not In the words of any human language but In the language of a human life The Word becomes flesh Last of all he sent his Son and in the living characters ofa hu man early life we understood what God hau been trying to tell the world or centuries They called hip name ImmanuelGod with us Under this new conception of the nearness of God to our human life common things became sacred The supernatural is expressed to us In the terms of the natural We look for God no longer In signs and wonders and the spectacular but In the moving of the Spirit of God through the things among which we live We no longer see an occasional bush that is aflame with a strange revelation but we behold earth crammed with heaven and every common bush aflame with God The little Child the manger and the cattle in the stalls the stars above us the sheep in the field the wise men on their long search fatherhood and moth erhood all become sacred and the new year would become singularly fruitful blessedness and peace if In the daily round and the common task we could be sure that God Is with us The presence of God with us in the days and duties of this new year means hope and inspiration Will God in deed dwell with men The heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain him But If it is true that God does Indeed dwell with his people thexe is high hope for all of us in that Tho other week our president went down to the slums of New York city and talked to the men who as the world says were down and out Next lay a wondrous thing took place Mon who had trailed their honor In the dust held up their heads with newborn lopejll he has faith In us to come here and tell us we still havea chance perhaps It is worth while to try And if the eternal God has faith in the chil dren of men to enter personally and permanently Into their life of sin and orrow and shame perhaps there is a more wondrous redemption In a lojge ike that Through him we are born igain Into a living hope If religion Is friendship with God and if God has entered into compan ionship with us then religion as riendship with God becomes a vital nd beautiful reality Mrs Drowning sIted Charles Kingsley to tell her the ecret of his happy and beautiful life nd ho replied to her sympathetic re uest f had a friend There Is a funny side everywhere hat ipnt there by an AHwis rovidehce to give us a chance ti ometimes forgot our troubles anf 1tdemh The man who Ions good loves Got4 heth t1th IIin ringaqdsummeritt- henaturaltimeto store up health and vitality for the year ScoftsImulsion is Natures best and quick act help fimwirt L At Shady Ford near Bristol Tenn William Gross shot and killed his brotherinlaw Willam Sou h Aitfer tie shooting Gross went to the home of Jacob Frit a neighbor against whom he h d a giutigeA shot from his rife missed Frits bm the ball truck t rhe latttis mother slightly Iwouniug her In a letter to the secretary f the Republican Clubof Utica N Y Col Roosevelt lequesied that a movement to have him nom inated for Governor be stopped as it would be an absolute im possibility for tutu to accept An Amicable adjustment of the controversy between the railroads in tIre cutueastern territories aad their conductors and trainmen has been rt aCl1t d The agreement provides for an increase in wix s and improved conditions in hour Count Albert Gleichen a cousin of the late King Edward and sylvia Edwaidc ainaid ef hour to the Queen Mother Alexaudia were married Saturday in LOUQOJI There was considerable family op position to the match Brig Gen Charles Franklin Robe U S A retired died sud denlv at Sati Diego Ca of acute iddirjestion He was 65 years at- age and had been on the retired list since 1903 Thc Pennsylvania Supr n e Court refused a change of venue in the case of Max Leslie i f Pittsburr who is under indictment n connection with alleged graf iug in that C- itChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIANAY was ot the unconquerable ueyer aydie kind the kind that yc u need most when ou have a bad old cough or lung disease Sup pose troches cough syrups cod iiver oil or doctors hrve all failed lout lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Di covery Satis actiou is guaranteed when tired or auy throat or lung troubLe It las saved thousands of hopele s utterers It masters stubboin olds obstinate coughs hemorraers a grippe croup asthma hay tver and wli6oping cough and is he inoptsafe and certain remedy or all brnnonial affections 500 Sroo Trial bottle free at Chas Davi J Craig Smith an Ohio capital sthas announced his intention of stablishiug a home for wornout newspaper men on the Mississippi iyer fourteen miles north ol St Louis A FRIGHTFUL WRECK f train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions prams or wounds that demand oucklens Arnica Salve earths 4reatest healer Quick relief and rompt cure results For burns oils sores of all kinds eczema happed hands and lips sore eyes r corns its supreme Surest piK ure 25C at Chas C Davis W AIC rsonWALLPAPERING JDECOllATISGr ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER ALWAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed VA JAR80N Nit Vernon K- yjrodhectd jarbe- Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D 13 ALBRIGHT Manager C C Willia usA- TrORNEYTLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE 4 On 2nd floor o TheBani of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 de McCLRY NDERJAKER and EMIIME- Ranford ky fl SPECIAL SALE Town Lots1 Sparks Davis Addition Mt VERNON KY These lots comprising thirtyfive in number are located in the western part 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 the place to buy your lot and if you want the speculation here is your ppor tunity These lots sell for J 25each J 00x 200 feet notwithstanding some of them are worth from 200 to 300 and one lot with house on it which is worth 750 The lot you will get willnot be known until the day the drawing takes place but remember should you get the worst lot in the bunch you will get your moneys worth Seveal of the lots have already been sold and within the next two or three weeks we hope to have the entire bunch disposedof If interesed call and le us explain fully our plan and show you wha we have to offer See either m S IBUMstBIHTMt 0= = tLs = = = H 3HlATT eee dsI The place to buy your goods We sell you go cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and pay you higeest price for your produce l IMen and goys Clothing go I for cost lLadies dress goods for cost and less Must clean our shelves for our new stock whichwill soon ulr No goods sold on credit either cash or produce TeIII AG HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY iZ 1 iI U CGTAK III Our unexcelled line of Couch JCaskets- is Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of III the County U m All orders by Wire Promptly Filled II w ALi COX Ilt Phone 94S MT VERNON KY k oo Etntn tntHtnn t11tntutntnn1tnnttHtH tnnt11t11n1tn1111n E flT VERNON GJ1SKET DO RACTICAb 3UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND Z EMBALMERS 3 Mt VernonKy iS ST COUCH METALIC CASKETS = H Coffins and Robes = E LictinedTmba1mur wilVhave charge of that line of zzz work for the company = Qrdsbywhe Dromptly tilled earse sent to all points 3 r2 = GEORCE OWENS Manager = g intimental PHONE ilaH mmlinmUlimlumnmluummmm1UmlUmummuul j vrt