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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r try ffF jA Pb1ished Every Friday g 1r 7 irtt r g amrrl- t ivftIu I i hIv I VOIUIE XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 19 1911 UMBER 34 k SRT IiiFAA i I rn1 ILASTWhaf r s F In prosperity and in paver rtv in sunshine and in shadowi fin fair weather and in foul in May and in December faithful Ito the last That the Selby Shoe Faith to the last it is made on lit holds itsshape retains its style Faithful from the first piece of leather cut for it faithful is to the last stitch put on it Faithful to the first owner I ourselves faithful to the last owner yourself faithful from tbe first time you fil1tyogrfQPt fin it faithful to the last time take tit off and regretfully 4cast iL aside Paitful to the Ilast thats the Selby Shoe f MADE FOR WOMEN ONLY S15O S2 2503 S35O NOTICINGIthen be tc of MANSS Buyers n yer buy t1Qu let they buy com fortr ease satis w thn SY L Ofcourse you can be happy without 1Manss Shoes but you can be a great deal happier with them i oil The Bus Store SUTTON t McBEE s MT VEBNONtKY j LEVEL GREEN Frank Catrou and Vr L Rich ards of Mt Vernon were here on Business oue day last week Some of tile farmers are Laving to plant their corn the second time t W H Biowu and Mrs Katie Catrou who have been confined to their rooms some weeks with lagrippe are ooth improving VH Hamm of Eubanks Ky was here last Sunday The singing at Burnetts Chapel j closed last Sunday all who attended reported a nice timeThere will be services at Friendship next Sunday conducted by Bro Soward and there will also be services a few nights next week conducted by a Mr Ware of Science Hill Vic Price and Miss Ora Brown are attending the commencment of the Graded School at Brodhead his weekD M Ponder travel t jug salesman oj the eastern part of the county was here last ThU rs dayT Brown was its Mt Ver businessLewY Knox county but some years ago went to Texas has returned to Keiilupky to make his future home He arrived this week and his family is soon to comeMrs I Rhoda Slack js visiting her sister Mrs A C Sowder Clara DeBprd who has keep at II tending chQJlp t ereavhas re turned home on ant of her bi eyesJoe Riddle was in Bjodhead Monday taking ju apart of the comment Q1entA Cloivdgr- his been very sick for n few days J M ABOUT GOOD ROADS Winchester News The first act of the next Legislature should be jrqvide 9rZ orkiiitgtbe convicts on f r the nulil Elizabetbtowu c roads Nets The press and the people all over Kentucky are shouting for good roads The question is do they want them bad 2 enough to pay for them Glasgow Republic Did you ever stop to think that moneyI spent to improve the roads spent right at home It is all kept fright in the neighborhood and so is not lost It only changes hands from those who have property to those who need It So you see it is a benefit all around M Burkesville Banner It could not damage the roads of Cumber laud county it the good roads movement were to strike it ever j so hard There is but one passable road in the county aid that is the Glasgow road Outside of this road there is not another road in the county that a man can ride i over without being in danger of losing his mare Dixon Journal If the tanners of the State could fully realize what it costs them to use bad roadsj it would not be lopg until the road question would be settled and cor j rcectly too aIwidely developing interest in high way improvement in Mulhenberg county and many leading farmers are agitating the matter From all sections comes talk ofour great need in this line and the towns are not behind the rural inhabitants as to permanent roads all over the county- Hodgenville Herald A travel- ingf man told The Herald last week M that he had been making trips over S our country once every year for 0 fifteen years and that he had noticed vast improvements in the farms fences and houses but that he did not believe that the roads of the county and country were a i bit better than they were during f last century Did it ever accur to you that that is true Farmers built better housesjand make better i houses and make better fences but they let the roads go because they are partnership business Barboursville Advocate It is lour fond hope to see every part of s Sontheasternl canIy rsge or tO any point in comfort and safety K When that is acsoraplished our waste places will be turned intd farming and grazing lands and the cattle and sheep will covet the K hillside and valleys and with the rY improved methods of arming our lands will be made thyield a wonderful increase and farmers wilt enjoy luxuries that they are now forced to deny themselves Hyden Fanner The cost of building good roads looms up very big when the figures arei presented in a lump but they pay the people over and over again in the saving of time and the cost or hauling goods over them Our citizens have lost enough time and spent enough money in fording the creeks from end tg end to build a railroad up every stream of anv si1ein the county TLe time and labor spent each winter in hauling and travel ling ovea our bad roads amounts to more than the goods wpuld cost Winchester Democrat A most commendable spirit is bet shown by he colored residentto the western pat of the country near Old Pine Grove on the Lexingtou pike At this point it dirt road known as the Pine Grove and Colby road leaves the Lexington pike This road js noC used a great deal as most of the large farms have outlets tot e pike Some distance hack Framthe pike a number of colored people live and the church and schoolhouse are located on this road In the winter itis in very bad Sls Ape and even in summlf it is rough The coloted people liveingin th vicin ity have determined to improve it Road Supervisor Haggard has given theta a grade ajxl they propose to grads it free of cost to the county The Fiscal Court has agreed to give an amount equal to that raised privately and it is expected theroad will be improved thisfsummer OTTAWA I s VAV Mrs Eugene vigitecTher parents Mr and Mrs tX 1 Proctor Sunday The winging school at Union Ridge conducted byVill Owens is progressing nlcelyOur merchants who are tittleIair trade at presentMrs T L Proctor who has been very sick convalescent we are proud to- sayThe farmers are very busy planting corn in this section Mrs Sarah Herrin of Quail visited relatives here the latter part of last weekEvan Wheel don of Pulaski called on one of our fair sex Sunday lastThe wheat crop looks very well in this section considering the dry weather Wedding bells are ex peeled to ring here in the near future Bcgue Brown and J M Craig passed through here a few days since with a nice bunch of hogs enroute to LancasterThos- Burk has moved his sawmill from Bee Lick to Negro CreekSpring- has come again and old mother nature begins 10 show her beautiful foliage and the singing of the birds makes a happy time for innumer able creatures = Wade Brown visited relatives and friends at Stanford a few days since = T heard Proctor and family visited relatives IU this section Saturday and Su- ndayA tew of the boys went fisUtng and reporta pleasant time and very good luckWillie Owens two little girls and Alex Wells little girl visited Mr and MrsS Cash Saturday and Sunday 4 Now is the time to get rid of our rheumatism You will find Chamberlains Liniment wonder fully effective One application wil convince you of its merits Try it For sale by Chas C Davis ALLEN QU RT MANE My horse Allen Quartermane will be at T N Noes stable one mile west of Mt Vernon every Wednesday and Saturday and the rest of the time will be at my stable near Brodhead He will make the season of I9IIat800to insure a living colt CRAWFQRDr apr28tf r Brodhead Ky CASTOfilAFor Infants and Children Thi Kind You Have Alwajs Bought JBears the- aignatnreof I illl= Established i887- e ze333 o O My Stock is Complete l iFurniture Stoves Ranges 4 CARPETS RUGS MATTING LINOLEUMS OIL Yi CLOTH AND LACE CURTAINS 0 v COFFINS AND CASKETS i AND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE TO SUIT ALL MY PRICES ARE LOW Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received H Yours for Low Pricesi t iW DAVIS m a 2 LIVINGSTON KY 1 CLOSING OF PUBLIC SCHOOL The Mt Vernon Graded Public School will close its first session on Friday May 26 The last week will be given entirely to final examinations and it is important that every pupil should attend especially at this time so that he may be promoted to the next grade This cannot be doneunless the examinations are taken Orv Friday evening May 2bthee school will begin series of four public entertainments Friday night is especially for the patrons of the school and on that night will be given in way that will be given in way that will be entertaining exhibitions of school work in the various grades The subjects Reading History Physiology Language and Mathematics will be taken up and work illustrated On Saturday night The Pilot Literary Society will give an open session to which all are most cordially invited Monday night will be devoted to drills and places prepared by the grades below the eighth On Tuesday the closing exercise will be given which is fairy musical play in which costumes as well as music and drills add much to the beauty of the performance These are the closing exercises of the school and will be free to the public unless possibly the last mentiontd for which it may be necessary to charge small fee for admission in order to pay tHe expenses of the costumes etc More definite announcements will be published next week In another column will be found an announcement of the playliThe Village Post Office which will he given one night the first of next week before the close of school the date of which is not definitely determined This is to be the greatest thing of the season Watch for the announce ments T A HOUSTON Principal Is there any thing in all this world that is of more importance to you than good digestion Food must be eaten to sustain life and must be digested and converted into blood When the digestion fails the whole body suffers Chamberlains Tablets are rational and reliable cure for in digestion They increase the flow ofbie purify the blood strengthen the stomach and tone up the whoedigestive apparatus to natural and healthy action For sale by Chas C Davis WANTED To trade piece of land near Livingston and take good horse upon same Address JOHN MAGEE DanvilleKy- WANrEDDetectives in Rock castle arid adjoining counties for local and field work experience andnotexpenses Enclose stamp with replyYours uuly KENtON DETECTIVE AGENCY dA roaAtheTic k- a VfUtVt L Ii1 NI WE USE J i a a a a a a a a a 4 4 DANIEL BOONEAXLE GREASE IAnd dont have to grease but once a Jweek r j Made in Louisville by CHAS CSTOLL OIL CO J tttf1tJttt1t1t1t1ttttt ttttJttttttttttttttt tt1 w M w Stop and Thinki 5 3 ww rs Do you know a single successful business man who does not do business through a bank E It is the only road to success so join the 3 = procession to the Peoples Bank Banks have been the makingof more E business men than colleges You may 4e too = Eold for college day but you are the right age = to start a bank account with us = = Whynot begin today = Ew Very truly yours 3+ w w o PEOPLES BANK Jit b E PHONE 3 E1Ul111UUllUl1111111U1Ul1111U1 111111U 111111111111111111 111111 3 IF IT ISNT AN EASTMAN IT ISNT A KODAK i Ii THE BEST RECREATION ES KODAK The EsyAIi ByDayLight way of making Pictures gg with the bother left outoVe carry a full line of KODAKS and Kodak Supplies Ask us for a Kodak Catalog dHASCDAVlS LEADING DRUGGIST iPhone g9 MT VERNON KYt- i i MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May lq 1911 Ru6fslzd every Friday by EDGAR S ALERIGRT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1oo- Adverin8 rates made know on a Ncaiion MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION FACTSABOUT ROCK r CASTLE TOLD IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Some years ago an Ohio farmer moved to this county bought a run down farm fencing was gone and the soil bad reached that condi tion where it would scarcely sprout the proverbial black eyed pea The price paid was smallorhe neighbors smiled and quoted that oftenused phrase A fool and hiss money soon parted That farmer was aware of the talk but kept his c wn counsel He knew his busi ness went to work cleared off the bushes and briars from the neg lected acres properly cultivated and fertilized it and within a rea sonable time brought his plantation to a high state of fertility and to day no blue grase farm looks better or produces mote lo the acre This farmer and friends from the Buck eye state have purchased other ad joining farms and brought them to a paying basis from nonDroductive plantations The natives have taken advantage of the valuable farming information gained from these immigrants and are putting it to practical use While we have some very rough lane there is a great deal 01 good farming ground- In the various wells drilled in the county for oil some good flows of gas showed up Oil was found in a number of them but not in pay ing quantities The deepest drilled was 1400 feet- Rockcastle has iron ore lead and zinc A Knoxville firm is using several carloads oi pottery clays from Pine Hill mines every month Near Couway is located good ledges of first class shale suitable for the manufacture of vitrified brickThe Winchester Granite Brick Co have a plant at Dudley this county where they manufacture many carloads yearly of sand r b rlime and granite brick All the ma terial used ii their inakintisro cured in Rockeastle We are a little shy on good roads but a start has been made The town has built two miles in the last few years The fiscal court has appropriated funds which were equaled by private subscription for the building ot some miles of turnpike totbe south from Mt Vernon It is b lievsd other lines will folOv this construction IMt Vernon is replacing wooden and bridges with concrete l Mt Vernon has 18 stores includ ing general merchandise clothing and shoes gents furnishing groce ries hardware furniture rugs21 millinery stores 2 drug 2 banks 4 blacksmith shops 2 meat markets 2 watchmakers barber shop and bathrooms restaurants a wholesale flour house a monumental works and 2 undertaking estab lishmentsWater the first qualitv in in exhaustible quantities from cold springs wells dug and bored as well as a variety of mineralwaters abounds in the county Among the places with stores and post offices in the county are Level Green Bloss Pongo Hans ford Bromo Quail Spiro Ottawa Burr Pine Hill Withers RobinetJ McCracken Boone Cedarville Cli max Conway Cooksburg Dispu tanta Dudley Goochlaud Hiatt Johnetta Longford Maretburg Orlando Wabd and Wildie There are also many country stores scat tered throughout the county Livingston ten miles southeast of Mt Vernon has a population of 685 and has been a thriving rail road town the K C division and Knoxville division of the L N R R making a junction at that point Its a great point lor sports men who enjoy the pursuit of the finny tribe Many visitors go there every season to enjoy the sport and take advantage excelleut bathing facilitiesMaretburg is the highest railroad point in the county elevation 1127 feet above sea leveL Brodhead a town of 477 population situated six miles north west ot Mt Vernon has a live and upto date lot of business and pro fessional men who do a thriving business with the surrounding agri cultural community The town has a fine graded school two church buildings a bank commodious business houses good dwellings and good roads From Linville Knob and Brushy Mountain a greater portion of the county can be seen good views indeed There is enough pottery clay inI Rockcastle county to make a din ner plate for every person in the world including the canibals Live stock interests have made a big improvement in the last ten years especially in breeding the better grades of hogs sheep cattle and horses Poultry raising has increased fif ty per cent The finer grades are i much in evidence One Of Rockcastles big enter theRoCkCaStleFreestontjC torce is consantl employed in quarrying and sawing fiae building stoneW J Sparks Co hair grit sand mined at Cluro this county has a big run in market Cummins Bros sand works at Donea is doing a good business The three stone crushers in this oounty have a daily capacity of 60 car loads of ballast concrete stone thudscreeningS The tan bark trade is not dead yet Bestt blackcoal delivered in real house at ten cents a bushel If yon ate in search ot a health ful county stop in Rockcastle One of our citizens whose name only requires five letters of the alphabet to spell it has during his tune received mail addressed to him with his name on various let ters and packages spelt or spe- ltatin thirty different ways And thats some spelling It negotiations are carried out Kansas City parties propose to erect a 300QOO cement plant at PinR Hill this county with a capa city of i 600 barrels per day Among the natural and other wonders of our county are the many caves many of them of huge proportions The great Salt cave lying nine miles east of Mt1 Vernou is of historic interest from the fact that material was taken from this cave for making gun powder during the war of 1812 This cave passes entirely through a mountain and its dimensions ate large enough to drive a wagon and team through Several sinking creeks that of Roundstone being the largest and most interesting It sinks at a point near Sinks station flows under a mountain and reappears through the boils at Livingston four miles below where it has the appearance of a mammoth boiling spring Mt Vernon is headquarters for the largest stone crushing company in the state probably largest in United States- R3ckcastles lumber interests while not being as large as iu the past are yet considerable Many practical farmers have located in this county during the past few years and with their up to date ideas have made waste places blossom as the rose Much valuable information is gained from them by our people who are not slow in taking advantage of oppor tunitiesAgriculture is on the upgrade aidingIThe railroad at the depot is iiu feet above sea level The top of the knob immediately cast of OveIsea level From and for long distances this knob is con spicuous symetrical and beautiful An abundance of good pure water can be found up to within 75 feet I ff v WIiSELl ROYALBlUE Shoe Value isnt in the Price You Pay itsjn the pleasure You get in wearing the shoes They must fit right as well as look right Thats the reason that SELZ shoes made on fdpt form measurements and fitted to your feet by exp eft salesmen make it easy to buy shoes here and make it an everyday joy to wear the slices after youve bought them t YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES Itands a marked feature o four SELZ line thtv smart snappy styles that young men like and that older men dont object to SELZ SHOES here for men women and children l r lW Guarantee SBLZ IIHO1SS r CHASBMcKENZIE4 SUCCESSOR TOiMckENZIE yE c q L i J n- f r h 8f the op Tue greater part ofItlife kiiob is within the corporate l1ittlitSOf aeasy grade N purer r air is to he found anywhere thf n j here The elevation klight 16 suit the average person The 1890 census accredited this place as be inh the healthiest locality in the J United Stales that year Now since nature has bestowed her blessings with such lavish hand it is up to us to do our part if we would enjoy the full fruition iQfthosa blessings Naturally lou11 ak What is our part and bow shall we proceed Diversified interests would attract the greater nunrberof people But if we would take up the things that make the strongest appaland demonstrate their reasonableness and in this waybring in new people these new penple in turn bring in new ideas and thus the intellectual comraer cinl and social features are devel oped symmetrically In view of the healthfulness of the locality the unsurpassed beauty of the hills and valleys the never failing supply and variety of wafers a Health Resort is one of the most logical propositions to start with This should not consist of massive struct ures with prices out of reach or all except a few fortunate oues Modern science has taught us tha hese are not the best even for those who are able to pay such prices But small cottages spec ially constructed with reference to air light and sunshine is the hope of those of tubercular tetdencies and the only cure for those who have the disease in their s stem The best authorities tell us that wee neednot seek other climates in search of health because putar air than ours is hard to find Small tionslwithvifh all the Appurtenances thereto ofIinvestments with large ret rnsIContinued on third W T FRANCIS 9 Dentist M t Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old DJain St Mt Vernon By repuest the unfinished work contracted by Dr Myers will be completed by Dr Fran cis without extra charge He is prepared to do anything in the dental line Clown and Bridge work a specialtj All work guaranteed Will be in Brodhead ev Tuesday and Livingston every Wednesday For soreness of the muscles whether induced by violent exer cise or injury Chamberlains Liniment is excellent This i also highly esteemed linimentII relief it affirds in cases of tism Sold by Chas C Davist I TAKECARDU Ut- es7624yJ o 7 1r 3 LADIES I SPRING is here No cheer with t pieces of New Furniture brighten the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs i li ff M p I INVITEYOU 1 v look through my stock from beginning to endand see the great bargains I for you The assortment is the largest and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have made A Large Shipment of Ruffs Car pets and Mattings Just Arri- vedSBMcKENZIE i i if t THE NURFITURE AN Phone JB MT VERNON KY Dc D3 8 c Jcc pK3fo We are authorized to announce G M BALLARD a candidate for Repre sentativeof Rockcastle and Laurel coun ties subject to the action of the Republican party IareoothomOd to announce Jl G for RepJ of Rockcastle La erf sentatiVl jeer to the action of theR ty Ive are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for tive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY at on Main St Crown and Work a Specialty Work guaranteed Children Cry Fill FLETCHERS CA CFn R1A B Bad Spells I suffered during girlhood from womanly weakness writes Mrs Mollie Navy of Walnut N C At last I was ifc almost bedridden and had to give up Wehad three doctors All the time I was worse I had bad spells that lasted from 7 to 28 days In one week after I gave Cardui a trial I could eat sleepand joke as well as anybody In 8 weeks I was well I had been an invalid for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me when everything else failed I ever TheWomansTonic I If you are weak and ailing think what it would mean to you to recover as quickly as Mrs Navy did For more than 50 years purely vegetable tonic remedy for women has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains Why suffer longer A remedy that has relieved and helped so many is ready at the nearest drug store for use at once by you Try it today TenthforMNryoyw V rUm wi UNDERTAKER I m g time you up few up call and Representa Office residence Bridge getting Our line of Couch 3 fllHandmade Hearse sent to all parts oi jjj County Filled UU Il Phone94S MT VERNON BY jJI m S = rV J house cleanii doubt wish to your rooms a to have ANNOUNCEMENT this Caskets GRANVILLE OWNS j UNDERTAKER I IBrodhead Ky Iiand V Mail or phone Filled TeleI HOW ABOUT YOUR 1 WATCH DOES KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT WHY NOT If you are having any such about your watch 01 clock 7 just turn it over tons and if it does not run O K it will Ci cost you nothing We our work Give us a trial V We all kinds of soldering and repair workfi J FRANK MOORE 1 DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE N IAT VERNON A Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS rGASTORIAMuuot WORKS anufacturer of and DEALER n Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO O WENSPropr Phone 112 POSTED Any one guilty of trespassing pnTny properly will be prosecuted tpthe full extent of tbelaw7 V MRS MAHALA JON- ES2244m Yernon i COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets Robes All Telegraph orders IT trouble t all guarantee do c MT KY IM cc I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry that it is the best policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen Dr Miles Heart Remedy cured Mrs C C Gokey of a stub born case of heart disease such as thousands are now suffering with Read what she says Before I began taking Dr Miles sufferinirfromyears I had so weak that it was impossible for me to do thirty minutes work in a whole I sidefcould nut sleep on the left side and funbreathwould bring on the most distressing palpitation I had scarcely taken a beforemy condi ion I began to sleep t well hid a good appetite and 5m proVed so rapidly 1 had taken six bottles I was completely cured MRS C C GQKEY Northfield Vt symptomsMrsduty to protect yourself Dr Miles Heart Remedy is what you need If the first bot tie fails to benefit your money is returned Ask your druggist JULES MEDICAL CO Elkharfc lath t J t I ir WIr3IERN0N SIGNAL MT ViRNONKy May 12 1911 I Call up No 79 when y6 u wnntto CommunI- cate with SIGNAL 79 R co TIME TABLE 12 norfn 455 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a tf 21 South 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffio as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs RosT Beazley was here first ofthe week Dr R W Dyche was in London during the week Frank O Miller was here fiom Indianapolis Wednesday Miss Norr Parrett was with her aunt Mrs O A Frith at Bro head Sunday Mr aud Mrs Harrison Burdette of the Wildie section were here shopping Tuesday Miss Bertie Brock spent a POt don of the week with her sister Mrs E S Albright Mrs W R McOlure spent last week with relatives at East Bern stadt and Pittsburg Misses Florence Pennington and Katie Price were here from Brodhead Saturday Mrs Mollie Miller and daughter Miss Anna May have returned from a tripto Louisville and Mystic Cashier and Mrs M B Salin left Wednesday for Owentou and other Kentucky points to be gone until June 1st Miss Annie Fishback spent Saturday aud Sunday with Miss Clyde Lair at her country home near Rose Hilt Mrs Anna Miller and son Vat rF L Thompson Jr and Attv- J W Brown were among those who saw the Derby run Saturday Judge L W Bethurum and Hon H G Garret who was recently nominated for Railroad Commission at the Pari Convent ion are at French Lick Springs Ind Mrs M T Reynolds ot COy ingtou Mrs John Reynolds of Collinsville 0 Mr and Mrs Luther Mullius of Lebanon Jet oflMrsLOCAL Ice cream free to the ladies at Chas C Davis Saturday McClure Hansel have opened a livery stable in the Miller stable Fine line of Drv Goods Shirt- Waist Ladies Skirts at SUTTON MCBEES FOR SALETwu houses and a stock of General Merchandise desirable property Located at Liv ingston Ky J T PENNINGTON Apr 28 3t Livingston Ky Just received a large shipment of wall paper Jn all the different shades and grades When you get readv to do your papering let us show m MU tock which is located at tie Mt Vernon Monu mental works May 431 FKED OWKNS For rough dressed and all kind of finishing lumber mouldings sash doors porch columns and other building material wall JJ per and pirture frames ot aU- 7liizes and kinds see R S SHIVEL Builder Contractor Apr29im Brqdbead Ky The Womans Missionary SocieJ ty of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs E S Albright on Saturday afternoon May 2otb at half past three oclock c PROGRAM t4r Scripture Resp9usi6ilityPsalth 724 2 Prayer 3 Hymn 4 Missionary Quotations in ans wer to roll call Foreign Topic Siam and Laos 5 A journey through Siam and Laps as reported hysix tourist Leader Miss MarcleneKefauvef 6 Home Topic Cuba and Porto Mrs John Brown hi See Fislrbefore you getthat neW suit A I Purity and Marguerite flour at SUTTON McBEE Today and tomorrow is exami nation for countv teachers vorkJcon creteMeasles are raging at Pine Hill The families ofB G Mullins and Wm McHargue and others uave them Rev Harry Schafer will fill his regular appointment at the Christ ian Church Sunday morning and evening Go to Sutton McBee fur that new suit See the new FRAT Suits that are being sold at wonder ful low figures CARD OF THANKS To those who have been so extremely kind the1deathexpress my thanks and hearty ape preciation C P REYNOLDS Berea is to have a fair this year and arrangements are being made to make ita bummer C C Rho dus is President and g T Fish is secretary The litHe towp shpuld have n big old faghioned fair as thp community can easily support it Climax NOTICE Have 10 houses and 13 lots suitable location in towns of Corbin and Livingston Wills ll fox cash or installment plan easy payments Property in good condition Anyone desiring a good home cheap writeiELMER LECHLEITER v Lebanon Junction Ky The Brodhead Graded School closed Wednesday with the final exercises Qn account of our Brodhoad Correspondent being one of the graduates we are without a Brodhead letter this week but in next issue we hope to have a long letter with a full account of the closing days of what has been a most profitable years work Eld A C Griffith has returned front a trip to Bell county where he has been for his health and is impioviug He will preaohat the following places To night to morrow nightr and unrfjy at Sinking Valley 4th Friday night Saturday and Sunday at Valnut Grove Friday night before the first Sunday in June at Union Chappel 3rd Saturday and Sun day in June at Gum Grove Copper Creek G R Furguson tendered his resignation as marshal of Mt Ver uon last Saturday night and left on Monday for Danville to accept a place as fireman on the Q 0 his run being between Danville and Oakdale Furguson made a spjendid officer in fact Mt Ver non had never had a marshall who looked after matters as lie did He was fearless and never shirked a duty no matter what the hazard was W R McClure was appointed Marshal in his rlace and as sumed the duties of the office at once PREMIUM Are the people of Mt Vernon dressing up their premises and striving to win that Ten Dollar dash prize offered for the best kept prope rty during the Spring and Summei The cost of the house has noiliing to do wit- hcapturingtlirize The cheapest residence lias the same opportunity as the costliest for it all deperds upon the way the lavvnc fences out buildings and houses are kept The poorest person whether owner or tenant of the property may win It is a prize worth working for and whoever deset yes to win will cerlaiuly obtain it for no favorites will be played and it will be awarded only upon the real merits Mt Veruon is making great preparations for receiving the Louisville Boosters zoo strong who will arrive here at 9oa m Wednes day the 24th On their arrival they will be met by a committee and escorted to the court house ya1d where they will have an opportunity to meet the Mt Vernon people and especially tht business men As their stay is very short of course every thing will be done in a very informal way but we pro pose to do enough to let them know that we are glad they came A special di ionof the SIGNAL will be issued in honor of the Boosters which will be filled with interesting reading telling of the great resources of Rpckcastle While others are boosting why not let us boost when we have so much to boost h1 r iJ Mif Wu8 sells Satbs Oxfords fdi then Fi hof course Quarta size Anow Collar in brand new Summer Styles at- FIshs The pastor of the Presbyterian church twill meet his regular ape poihtment at Livingston ntxt Sunday MT Lookout for the Louisville DJingnundred a morning for a thirty minutes stay Theseries ol meeting at the Presbyteiiannchurchclosec last mostIprofitable meeting Rev Conley is a strong able and pleasing speaker and with each succeeding night the interest became greater The singing by Mr Michel was one of the leading features Mt Vernon people will be proud of the opportunity to welcome these men again AT THE VILLAGE POST OFFICE The funniest thing in town will happen on next Tuesday night May 23 at which tune the Mt Vernon Graded School will present a musical play At The Village Ppst Office More than thirty persons are in the play and vrious local personage are represented ns the post master the town milliner the village editor the town shilk etc Miss Annie says that the truth about Post Office doings is told in a very frank way The play is fullof jokes music local bits and wit in general etc- Tickets fur reserved seats will be on sale at C C Davis Drug Store on Monday morning General admission 25 cts children I5cts See posts tomorrow for full announcement At 230 last Friday morning the spirit of Mrs C P Reynolds who used to be Miss Bessie Mullins took its flight to the God who gave it She bad been a sufferer from consumption for more than a year Lut only for the last few months had the decline been so rapid Less than two months ago she was broaght from her home in Living ton to her fathers on West Main where sfiewas at the time of her death Just a little over two weeks ago their only baby Ralph a hand some little fellow of 7 months was called to join the angels and those who witnessed the scene as the mother was carried from the room and listened to her words of good bye pronounced it tine of the most heart rending scenes they had ever witnessed notwithstanding it was evident thet it would only be a few days until that mother would go to join her loved one Clusteringabout the flowers that are blooming there mingling with the ppressivc silence that shrouds the revered spot and quivering amidst the gloom of the grave the holiest memories speak in tones that fill the ear and thrill the sor rowing heart All that there was of the life that has faded into the night of endless sleep its lights and itsshadows its sweetness and its nobility its power and its purity pass before us like a rapidly moving panorama Urder such influences with such a thrilling picture of days gone by and of worthy deeds done we pause for a time to speak to and of the beloved deadShort funeral services were held Saturday at the home conducted by Rev Watson after which the remains were laid to rest in Elm wcod cemetery to awatt the last great day- FACTS ABOUT UOCKCASTLE Co tined from second page Mt Vernon has a fivefoot ledge of beautiful building stone that contains iB inches of lithographic stone in tile center Small cubes of the stone compare favoraby with like samples of the best Gerlnan stone We recall only a few yeare back when a bunch of men with pick and shovel crowbar and sledgehammer and a half dozen napping rtheIthe county go out by train loads daily yet the business is only in its infancytRockcastle county could supply the world with clays for centuries without becoming exhausted Con sult the records of the most famous clay and compare with the analysis made by Dr Peter chemist to the Geological Survey pages 2503 and 2 504v Laboratory Bopkln ZJ f lX I THE RATES SHOE is made for you NEW SPRING STYLES REDT1 o Lexington and you will see that our clays exceed any of them in purity There is no better fertilizer attainable than can be made from the limestone of Rockcastle ouuty The raw stone should be ground to a powder and have a small per cent of nitrate of soda or ammonia added according to the crop on which it is to be used The o per iment stations hive worked out the problem for us and we should show our appreciation by develop ing an en tel iJrhe that will prove a blessing to the farmers arId truck gardeners of this and adjoining states Mt Vernoi is located on the highway between the mountains and the blue grass and has a sur plus of things tha both sections need and must have Let us get ready to supply them Therewienough stone in Rock castle to rebuild the Chinese wall several thousand times over and then some There are mountains of best quality sand and sand stone Much of it is being mined and shipped We have the raw material which only lacks development to placeour county right upialbngside the rich aiil nrorepsivii counties to the north of us Rockcastle had a good trade in hotuernanufacured bail g1 tIIill stones before the dayoi the roller mill There is enough of best quality sand in this county to rebuild New York Boston and Chicago houses pavements and all Tvitb enough left to build forty 6tber cities ss large v There is a sufficient quantity of fire day in our county to furnish enough firebrick tosupplv thC United States for a quarterof century The quantity oj cement stone in the CClntv is sufficient lo furnish it with all the needed cement for many years and there is coal con taining the proper ingredients for its manufacture ight on the spot Summing tfpbis eryablesp ech in the house on eciprocity and the Farmers Free List Bill Repre sentative Helm rcf the Eighth Kentucky District one of the ablest of the youn members hit the Key note when he said Thus it appearsthat frpmfthe siff i ti AND SEE 10 are the talk of the town DO IF OF THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES J 27 few items in the free list upon which I have been able to get accurate data showing an annual domestic of 7081 657722 yielding no revenue what ever to the Government there will be an annual saving to the con sumer by the passage of this bill of 79218410 which sum represents manufacturers profits I have been unable to get Irom the masked batteries of the depart ments sufficiently accurate data to show the increased cost to the consumer by reason ot the pres ent tariff rates on the many other items in thisfree list such as barbed wire tlt wire rods rop and so forth but I have sufficient information to warrant the state ment that tbepassage of the free list bill means an annual saving to the farmer and other consumer of far in excess of one hundred mill ion dollars while the total annual oss of revenue on imported items of like character will be less than ten millions which can be easily recouped by economies already inaugurated Makes Home Absolutely Pure The only baking powder matte front Royal Gix- Qroam of Tartar l UME PNSJIIATET- RADE merchant Who is trying to do business without is winking at Dame Fortune through blue He knows hes but she doesnt This paper is a good medium fij a Mr B W D Barnes ex Sheriff of Warren In a letter from Mc M inn yule writes t r ou b had r e e doc tors me Allfailed to airygood my health gone Icon eluded to I J I ZT 1 FOR SPRING STEP RIGHT IN TODAY AT Clothing Store THEINEW SPRING CLOTHES Fishs Guaranteed Suits YOU WEAR THEM NOT WHY NOT LOOK THE SIGN THE FISH PHONE consumption exclusively Baking Easy QOY4IpwI ItAKIM POWDER ALUMNQ MORALThe advertising spectacles winking advertising lit2y Suffered with Throat Trouble County Tennessee Tennessee Ihad- throatIe- Iand treating do- 1me and- pronounced G IMTHW1M Fishs FOR Doctors Said- llealth6one Mr B W D Barnes try Peruna and after using four bot ties can say I was entirely cured Unable to Work Mr Gustav Himmelreich Hochhelm Texas writes For a number of years r suffered whenever I took cold with severe at tacks of asthma which usually yielded to the common home remedies Last year however I suffered for eight months without interruption so that I could not do any work at all The various medicines that were prescribed brought me no relief After taking six bottles of Peruna two of Lacupia and two of Manalin I am free of my trouble so that I can do all my farm work again I can heart ily recommend this medicine to any one who suffers with this annoying complaint and believe that they will obtain good results COUNTY ORGANIZER AND MANAGER WAN I ED A leading Fra ernal Insurance Order desires a itl able vhlte man to take charge of its work in this county to introduce tbe orde so monthlyImanage subagents and so on i No previous experience needed as we will teach you how to oper ate This is a splendid opportunity for a good man with liberal pay and chance of promotion f DevotespareLmeatstart with whole time later on Well known man wanted strictly honest good ability one who jsT a hustler and will get out J r Dott wear just any old hat you are offer ed Get under a SWAN HAT We sell them and most young men wear them Our line of STAWS is a winner Here is one that is cor rect They feel good a id push the work forward This is a great chance to become an influential leader to help your fellov man and make a good in come for yourself at the same time This Society pays benefits for sickness accidenr and death The lodges have grand ritualistic work strictly new and up to date in every particular No other Order like it was ever started Over 65000 Memberships already issued and growing very fastWrite immediately for further particulars giving full information- of vourself in letter Address in onfidence SUPREME COMMANDER GENERAL Box A B 293 Covington May 54t Kentucky I MUSHROOM CORNS V Most Painful of All Foot Ailment J How to Cure Them The Mushroom corn is so called from Its pitted cone top resembling a tiny mushroom It burrows deep into the toe and gets more inflamed than other K TV corns For the quick relief and cure of these and all corns and callouses the following is the most effective remedy known to icN ence Dissolve 2 tablespoonfuls of Calocide compound in a ba j Isip of hot water Soak the feet in this full fifteen minutes gently massaging the sore parts Less time will not give desired results All soreness instantly disappears and the corn orcallous can be easily peeled off It maybe necessary to repeat this for a number of nights for a complete cure but if adhered to it will surely succeed A little olive oil rubbed on the part is very beneficial This Calocide is a very remarkable preparation for all foot ailments and is no longer confined to doctors use Any druggist has it in stock or will quickly get it from his wholesale house A twentyfive cent package is usually sufficient to put the worst feet in fine condition Bad smelling feet and tender feet need only a few treatments likewise with inflamed j bu ionsfhls item will be welcomed by persons who have tried ineffectual powders and tablets Xc QAS rEtxTAK BMkt 8t2t 22 L i r H i tT r j ri ISHERIFFS SETTLEMENT T 3 MCEKY Sheriff In account with HOCKCASTJIE COUNTY r c GENERAL FUND To amcfdnt due Rockoastle coun t ty for conaty revenue for current expenses for the year 1910 To adualorum tax on 288691 at 25c on each roo 3972 48II To advaJorum tax on S688 615 assessment of L fr N Railroad Co T721 54 T ranch p tax onL N Railroad Co 288737 721 85 To franchise tux on Western Uniou Telegraph Company h2lt jo 59 To franchise tax on Ad T = By VlisWier No Cr W Ohildress 20 bo 10 Kv ChiPs Home SoV loo oo 17 Dr Lee Chesnut 20 00 21 Wesfev Mat Mink 24 00 26 Dr R G Webb 5000 2y K L McFerron 24 oo 00t34 U G Baker 106 40 35 Cam ivlulHns 8 60 43 S F Bowman 9 05 Dr S Davis44 C 44 70 45 J S Lang ford 1115899 50 JFioh 102 91 51 J W Markr 2 co 52 J C Woti 2 80 54 A M Sexton 2 So 55 W H Jones 20fl 56 C C OX2 oo 57 RB Shepherd 200 58 SL Junes 2 59 J A Ballanger 2 881 60 S L Rose 4 61 W M Baker 288 62 C W Ping 200 63 W T Smith 2 00 64 W G Singleton 2 88 65 Robert Allen 288 66 WH Lirwille 2 96 67 Sherman Chasteen 2v 96 68 J J Bullock 264 69 J J Brown 2 64 70 W P Hayes 2 56 9 72 John Sigmon 2 56 4 72 D M Singleton 2 48o vi 74 E F Whitaker 2 96 1- 8I r 75 W S Bussell 296 I 76 P H Shutts 2 00 67 H W Bowman 2881 78 H W Bowman 2 00 79 II W Bowman 2 no 81 J T Tare bt 2 62 82 W H Cummins 200 83 Thomas Rowe 2 oo 84 J M Oliver 2 66 85 Jacob Sambrook 600 87 f W Tate 200 93 Aslev Owens 2oo 95 Logan Arnold 3 00 JOT J W Kincer 42 00 102 J W Kincer 800 oo 104 Leila M Cooper 25 00 Lewis Cooper 2 00 106L W Bethurum 800 op i re R G Moore 6 oo 112 W L Michelli 00 2I13 Herbert Gox i 25 114 J Fish 3220 15 Bradford Warren 20 oo 116 G W Isaacs 5 oo u7 S D iTewis 800 do 18 S F Bowman 250 po u9 F L Thompson 2000 Iro H J Mullins 2 oo 121 Dr D Southard 8 co 122 T I Niceley 806 123 T11 Poynter 800 124 Bradley Gilbert Co 89 08 125 J J Hamilton 2 00 126 J J Hamilton 200 127 Jacob Sombrook 1350 128 R L McFerron iVob 129 W S Renner 13 50 130 Chint Lear 13 50 131 J D Pennington 13 50 132 S F Bowman 13 50 r 133 J A Oliver 2 30 135 Solly Griffin 2 00 136 Russell Fjowardz oo 140 T J Nicelev 150 69 r 248 Dr DB SoutbardiGoo 152 J A Qliver 12 75 154 Dr Walker Owens 50 00 215 James Griffin 50 00 2olMarv Durham 2500 202 Mary Durham 15 op- V2O7 James Johnson 2695 Fra nklort Printing Co 4 5b 1500I 134 F R Asher 11 20 12 W H Livesay 6oo I 94 Sam Brpucner 2bo 90 Rockce Home Tel Co 36 po 86 J M Craig 200 18 Town ofJ3rodhead 50 bo ib D B Albright 2 ao 731 B Owens 48 i9 J W Lambert jpo 32 J C Wood r fb9 20 William Riddle 12 00 184 RH Jewis V23o7 I 256 John Robins 3 I 257 Smith Mnllins J78 cOCsr pi WVP Carter T 1650 Annie E Miller 25jo 169fW PfiilHps 5oo ams Expess Co 812560 3 4o To franchise tax nThe Bank of Mt Vernon Ky J 19040 47 6c To franchise tax on Peoples Bank of Mt Ver non 5000 12 50 To franchise tax on i Citizens Bank Brodhead wC 11280 28 20 To propertv assessed omitted by the Assessor 7560 89Q- I To 2759 tithes 275900 IrOlal 3y t 179 NeatHead 546 745 Dr W E Graveley 1145 185 Hardin Moore 22 66 182 E S Albright 186 10 153 0 C Davis 10 oo X35 W C Chasceen 36 60 X36 J T Lotell 50 fo 134 Lee Proctor 2500 88 MJ Mijlier 18 50 47 C C Davis 10 oo 89 John Frakes 300 00 142 George Reams 2 oo 141 W C Hopkins 6 ob By 769 delinquent tithes 769 oo 10 per cent on first 5000 collected 500 00 4 per cent on residue 4324 06 172 96 II exonerated pro per t y 26200 65 63 atnount of pauper claims paid M J Miller 1855 g2 land sales to county 47 57 at 25 per cent 1189 9324 ob ROAD FUND T J Nicely Sheriff of Rock castle County in account with Rockcastle County for road fund for theyeari9zo To advalorum tax on 1588991 c 12 Con each icfo of taxable property 1906 79 Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company 826 34 To franchise tax on I ouisville and Nashville Railroad Company 3T28S 737 346 41 To franchise tax on Western Union Telegraph Company 423500 508 To franchise tax on Adams Ex press Cov 12560 1508 To franchise tax on Bank of Mr Vernon Ky 19040 2284 To franchise tax on Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon Ky 5000 6 oo To franchise tax on Citizens Bank of Brodhead Ky 11280 13 54 To property assessed as omUied 7560 9 07 23IBy Claims paid 1M J Miller 441 98 JM Adams 71 45 LTDecker 6 00 G S Griffin 6 oo iJ B Prire 875 Charles Fletcher4 50 BE Bullock 7 50 UW A Kincer 9oo 4JSRove 609 IMj80wder 900 W M Novell I 7 oo IIrh masKirbv io oo E N Whitaker 900 11A Falin 1856 rP A Reynolds 6 ob- t A D McKinney 4St A D Cromer 9 bo H J A Jones 9oo IBerry Overbey 900 V Air Oweal 6Oo B W M Kirbey 750B J F Niceley 9 00 T M Payne 9 oo fi J A Childress 600 Robt Nichols 6 po H M Cromer 6 Jo sIN Doan 460 Io Waddle 6po 4Henr Woodal i 50 J CM McCJinney 99u V tjJJ Harper 75 J J WPGbaney 6r2s GC Fish J2 bb r Lu heJ Mainis 4 50 vWC Thompson 20 50 W M Bullock ij 5o 4 J W M Renner 7 oo r iE Bumgardner II 20 x Richard Lovings 300 Ihv R G Moore 9 oo James Chaney 6 oo t t JOe s viuy 6oc V Y N Thompson 9 oo v1y Jason Hansefle 6oo fIRl Bra i6 85 t B A Riddle 2Q RJ EdgatHares iJohn Bownrd- G 1 W Burton 900 r Y = f U S Berry 9 not W M Owens 3Thard Parsons 12751 Ed Hayes ii T Wren 1025 1 W S Bra im q 6 oo T S Branaman jooaj- j S Parsons 9 oo 0 WM Mainis oo 9001t1B B Beldon y oo B B Purcell 12 00 Mitchel Owens 9 oo BLDajhT n 5u Allred Alexander 7 511 50Wallas Laswell 12 up Richard Proctor ou Elmer Dowell90u 11W H Jones 15 00 fS Purcell 16 50 IHarrison Gadd 6 90 G V Owens i2 6 r Elijah Abney 7 97 IIAbney and Payne 8 32 II Hardm Mooie 4 64 George Miullins io 00 lL Martin io io II O m Payne 1130 IIJames Sexton 9 oo t1Lee Bullin 6 oo U Rubin Ballingw 9 oo f George Thacker 9 00 U Taylor Mullins 900 IHiram Thacker 9 00- VrC Beach 6 oo John Rector 9 ob H C Rawlett 7 50 J H Woit 9oc 6CSpencer Abney io oo C M Cummins 9 oo J K Cope 600- D Croucher io 50 IIJ C Penuingtop 5 15 H j T MullIns 14 65 IfJ V Mullms 7 50 14Nath Build Ii oo II Alb rt Gnffin io 50 II Janies Griffin 6uo W H Maufs 6 oo Daniel Pondtr 14 60- Jene Roberts 8 25 R D Owens 3uo t J iiPike II oo- johuny Griffin 12 tiCi Wilhs Ahen 8 4IA Mullms i 50 II FSSaius 816 Melvin Jennings 3 bo- IIR Taukerslev 7 25 S R Singleton 7 5tI Nbab Deen 5 Spencer Mullios 8 25 OCYoik 60James Durham 9 oo icon Parks 750I ICallie baRer IIW M Sams 12 oo- Oweu Allen 3 0I II W A Mullius ii oo B U Anderson 925J D M Cress 6 75 IpKiucer 9 oo Logan CashticS COwens 8 65 T J Niceley 298 7a Ale Smith 900 IIJobn Isaacs io oo R F Evans iei 25 M C Tyree 13 io IJ H aneU7 yq1 Nathan Brummitt 9 I Dave Wt bJ2 85 IIrS pumiriins 9 65 JW Stringer 905 P CLair 9 oo j R T Cox 9 00- JJG Herrin io 05 Chas Wallin v 17 971 Ira Wells 12 15 E D Blanton 8 25 W H DebordoICTLobg 7 50 jWTate 11tI IIt HerriCQ jpo G W Marian io 40 14R Smithi vso IJTA Brown J 36 4Jolinllain 3 00 Ii HfN Denney 9 00- O F Ham 9oq I Raines W Brown g 00- u H N King i6 113Poteet II i5 John W Shutts 11 25- u O J Mulliiis 9 00 1JFILaniLert 5iii GS Armstrong75i IIGi sle Payne 75 0 Willis Singjcton 240 1 rG W Marler 2180 5Ioauie 2oo CHouk 201 J p shivell 2 9 t 4Granville Leece9o 9 M Han 8 00 U TcfrGraves U 25 Neal Parrott 9 00 1J S Bullock 6 00 Marcus Sigman 1045 f H Branaman 7 50 WA ChestnuVi 9 MAclwt 7 5 i l c Taylor 9 3 t t 97351z l 1cS G L Wren 500 J tInes H CutBtnins 6 po AS ton 9en G S Cress io oo J A Brown ii 25 lV Shiis M 25 1Garfield Clark 8 25 B FLivesayv 9 001 Burten Ow ns 9 00 Lewis Wilson Hix 42 73 EL Farns 722 JC Graves 27 00 y M Craig 0 465 IIAbr ms 4 50r visVllson IHIXJR Dutson 6 onI VH Jones 85 4IJcTRil1ei 12 60 IFredMyers 00- H Taylor Griffin i 50 p 1roprtsi IIonBy 2 per cent for diS- bursing on 31 1973 6239 By amount of Landr sales 4757 c 12 5 71 Total 3151 3 SCHOO FUND To adalorura tax on 1588991 at 13 cts on each 100 065 69- TP advalorum tax on L N R R Co 688615 at 13 cts on each ipo of taxable property 895 20 To franchise lax L N R R Co 88737 at 13 cts on each 100 375 36 To franchise tax on W W TCo 4234 at 13 ctsIn each loo 550 T francjiisetaxonAdams Express Co 12260 at 13 cents on each joo 16 33 To property assessed by SlieriiT omitted Jw assessor 7560 at I30t5 on each 100 9 83 ITo 2759 tithes at i oo teach 2759 ooy ITo a amount 6126 9 I By amt paid t 1 W Kincer 3350 60 By adv lorlm tax on 44 1702 at 13 pjs on each Sioo iiicliiteil in the Mt Vernon and 0 Brodhead School districts 573 c 3 IGrated property 26 250 at i3cts on each 12I152925 at 13 ots on 4oootLNIRCo in cluded the Mt Vernon and Brodhead Gradad School district i98 80 By panchise tax on L N R R Co 59335 at13 cts on each 5ioo included in the Mt Vernon and Brodhead School districts 77 14 Bv land ldto county 4757 at M centson each 100 6 18 liy 769 delinquent tithes atioo each 769 OP By 415 tithes listed in Mt Vernon and Brodhead Graded School district at PO each 415 oo By o4per cent corn mission pn6i269i 245 08 5668 35 Balance due Rock t castle schools 48 56 6126 91 State of Kentucky Rpckcastlfe County JS s ItW A B Davis Special Com ImissicinerQfCourt certify that the foregoing settlement madebetw een me T J Niceley Sheriff is a true an jtst and correct settlement as ascerlaio edby all debits and credits for expenses of RJckcastle county for the year 1910 That all vouch ers evidence s of debits and credits are filed here with and made a part hereof Given under my hand this 28th dayof Marchi 1911 W A B DAVIS Special Cpuitnissipner R C J M Howell a popular druggist 6f Greensburg Ky saysII We use Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is excellent For sale by Chas C Davis C G Vi1iiarnsAT- iOR1WVATLAW MT vVERNON KY it JOFFICE1 Ofl and floor o TheBankot MuVernon on Cbiircb street Spccial attentioh given to collections v Phone No 80 r 12- Ti s + 4 ProgramuieT of tue Rockcastle County Christian Bible School CoTUVvstion to b held at Buckeye Church Sunday May 28 h 91 MORNING SESSION rI 930 Devotional Exercises W Van Winkle 9 45 Song Buckeye School looo Welcome Address Geo S Griffin 1015 Mens Bible Class Prof T A Houston 1030 Song to he selected IP15 Model Bible School Rev J W Riddej 1150 A ppninttrient Committees 11111auiniUncenieuts 1100 Delication of the new Buckeye Christian Church byjC W Campbell theVAP TERKOON SESSION 3 Presidents Address Rev M G Fish 1145 Open Bible School con ducted by Walter E Frszee State Bible School Evange list The lesson will be all of the isth Chapter of ist Corinthians 215 Roll Can of Snpt and Sec of every school in the county with written repor and offering for State work 245 The kindofa Bible School School we need today S F Bowman 300 Short talks from County Bible School Workers 330 Our State Aims for 191 IWalter E Frazee 5 Election of officers for the a ensuing year Every Christian Bible School in the county is expected to send their singIbe a plenty for all The convention will be called to order promptly at 930 A M Rev MG Fish Co Pres Will H Fish Sect HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENNEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Chtuey for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made 07 his firm WARDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Drneeists Toledo O Halls Cotarrh Cute is taken internally acting direct y upon the bloodand mucous stn ace of the sstem Testimpnals sen free j Price 750 per bottle Joli by all Druggists Take Hals Family Pills for constipation CJA aXWCJa x Bear the SIgnaturo1Ior Sick headache results from a disordered condition of the stomach 5ChamberlainsTablets Try it For sale by Chas C Davis Court and Lodge Directory COURTS CircuitCourt 1st Monday in January weeks 4th Monthly In April twonveeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each month County Court 4th Monday in each month Mr Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge No C4o F M meet on the 2nd and4th Monday in each month at 730 p Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets a rp in on the 1st Monday in each month Landriiin Council No 69 meets 3rd Mon day in each month at 730 p in Franklin Chapter Order Eastern Star meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at p m Mt Vernon Lodse No 319 I 0 0 F reppf ever Saturday evening at 7ocl ek S Ix i1 I IBIID III EcTaca ALCOHOL 3 PElt CENT- AVcgetabEcPrepapijjonf0 s untlatmg the tingUte Stomachs andBowe1sof PromotesDigesuonfleerfulInl9I Wii NOT NARC TIC itoidzsPirwzpIi ifltVazizapl Anise Sttrl + o ftJi7rnil 1IcanoncfruaioI Cldd Simr h m 9 a Worms CoiwulsionsFeVCrtSlt nessandLoss OF SLEEp 0atlld FacSimile Signature of 4W NEW YORK kEi Exact Copy of Wrapper of eat 1 33- Mt KY ill 3= and= Licened Embalinar will charge of that line of 3= work for the company = Ordes by wire Hearse sent to all points r2= = 3 E Office Mt Vernon lit fnn1 nHn unn g = This bank is home institution Our loans are made hereat SSv home to our good farmers and business men It is home institution 5- f for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle =funds Make deposit and then pay your bills with your personal L check It is very simpe convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex will be returned to you is inoontestible of the payment of the bill =Yonr is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen Come in and let us talk these over with you im i OF MT f IDo you feel weak tired despondent have frequent head aches coated tongue bitter or bad taste in morning heartburn belching of gast acid in throat after eating stomach gnaw or foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and symptoms If you have any considerable number of the above symptoms you are suffering from bilious up of the most valuable medicinal principles to medical for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions It is most efficient liver invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthener MADE TO WEAR IN IT but what should be there NOTHING that will itI Essential Quality l Pigments scientifically and finely in Pure Oil a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF LEAD and a ZINC i Costs mbre but tIe want it FOR SALE J BY p NE Ky T f5 i1 iJ =r 1 0 CASTORIA For Infants and Children Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In I Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIA4rHE ttttttJJtttt1tt1tVERNON DjKKBT CD PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS AN- DEMBALMERS t a Vernon COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins Robes have promptly tilled GEORGE OWENS Manager Building PHONE zs- iiillUiiililillittllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiliiHiiiiiiiUilil illiiliiiiiii 1flflTTflTflTfl mA Home institutiona right a a alwaysEproof money matters THE VERNON jINcoRPoRArED JltJWhat Ails You risings kindred P I dyspepsiaDrknown science a IaHANNAS GREEN SEAL THE PAINT iNOTInNG LACKING improye IPossesses Every combined ground Linseed Not LITTLE tomakev people N M Sieif The Kind You fi FUNERAL DIRECTORS Monumental BANK