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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t t = 3JtJ Published Every Fridayi= =7ni = Irucr3s1 VOLUME XV11I = MT VJ3ttiOAr UOUKUASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1905 = 1U Elt5L 0 rjnT n i ftirkft i1u Iv tjtG 9 ei FIa ti az I RA ivirf m c 1p 3JTUVE- Ai t 5rL IIt1 y t J1ii FOR LESS rUh To give a bargain you inutrealized this in buying our large winter stocks and consequently ca n bargainso OVERCOATS SUITS Heavy Shoes Rubbers Outings Flannels Wool V lt stings Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and Un derwear are n1tn and ready for your inspec tion Too busy to write 01- 1Ad110W r Come early and see tIle largest and best selected stock of FALL and WINTER goods ever shown in countLWe are in business to make money and can best do so by helping you save yours y U v r fr tIntui lett11 tl iilrnjtlJ LEVEL GHEES There were many fronds nn relatives among whom were J W CjBrowlIset J N Brown Sunday and IlllpI cd to make a gloomy day The veteran writer who has nlI ways kept the Sinal posted with the hapenings of Possum hand vicinity is so closely cotCn to bed that he is unable to send in his usual correspondence Is withIancIThere were services at Chapel Sunday conducted EunHttSj Smith the retiring Brown was up from Somerset Thursday to see his father The farmers are closely engaged with their fodder and late grass The familiar creak of the cane twill i heard in the land while the little boys and girls feast around the skimming panThe bavseeders are preparing for a largt r acreage ofwheat this year than for several years in fact our citizens are get ting to be more industrious and coming more prosperous every yeaw from good management and proved machinery Wade Brown purchased from O J Mullins a fine stock hot and litter purchas price t3Frank Catrou son u exSheriff Henry Catron and Prof Hail of Walnut Grove have sold out lock stock and barreland will migrate to Kansas soon Prof Hail and wife are there now and will engage in school teaching Messrs Eugene and Everett Broyles from Indiana are visiting their grandparents Mr and MrsII Felix Broyles of near PlatoHat ris Baker has sold his property and will soon move to Missouri We can hardly blame those who want to live by farming to leave the rocks and sawbriars of this coon trySchool at this place is now closed for a two weeks vacation a for the teacher and pupilsA Mr Owsley from Hazel Patch is visit g at Mr Broughtons We think are other attractions than our folitead says his son who is in tit Lexington sanitarium is getti tloug fairly well James Head Jr is a blight young man and we trus- he will soon be home again Thing ttg clss at Friendship is get TitIUI1111StiaJcher purchased of JN Browna calf at a fair price1he f Wm Pi ice a former Level Green merchant but now resIdingc in Indiana is visiting his P J Price at this placeMrs Emeline Broyles is suffering fro Orfa tainmeut Wednesday evening in the form of an applecutting tvhic was very much enjoyed by th vouugsters of the HollerColeaman Broughton says can cu more tops than any man but fo one to watch his movements in th cornfield his boasting would see doubtful BUCK VARNON JR LIKE FINDING MONEY Finding heath is like ftndtn money so think those who a sich When you have a cough f old sore throat or chest in itatianJ better act promptly like W r dIdoused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for sumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale ol any cough or lung medicine in the world At the drug store of the Mt Vernon Drug C 5cc and i guaranteed Trial ho tie frelIEditor Wattersons assertion that a firstclass man cannot afford to go to Congress on a salary of 5000 a year does hold good in cases where he has sons and daugh1 tern old enough to draw salaries ns clerks secretaries or ssellgersI AMATrERDFHEAL7H ROY4LpZV PWERAbsolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSyruTl A Cream of Tartar Powder freo from alum or phoa phatlc acid LAND STUCK AND CHOI 1BC1zley Bros sold this week to Joe Bales 180 export cattle weight 1550 at 5cts Lancaster Record CharleyIback cf the 1resbyteriau church IIfor 350j CodIn J near Brodhead to J1I1 Wood all for 25011 was a part of the E A Cox farm T W Brcckbold ninetyfive catjl tie weight 14751 to Joe FrakesJ of Paris for Jhe S Co ntl 5 10 straight I This is one of the best salts niadelhtie this fall says tBoUrjIcoun tv bought off J P Sousley 25 JonasIH Clay Jr of Bourbon 76 nead export cattle averaging 1475 IllsI andof jas M l lug r4Jo lbs at 5cpsDanvillel News 4Sri SytiDCp iwo year j hite steer with red neck and held Norm about six inches long downjhack Liberalfor any formation as to their whereabouts CRAIG HICKEY sep 22 tf Orlando Ky COURT DAvThere were more j mules on the market Monday more sales made andat andI prices than ever known in Mt at any court day J Thompson of Lincoln bought sucklings at an average of 40 sixI M Craig some sucklings at 40 to 60 and some 3yearolds at X30 Will Hysinger bought ai year old of Will Brown for 85 W D Cash sold to George Rogers of Gairard 5yearod saddle horse for 400 several plus sold fromjo to 70 Aden Rash sold a colt to Torj Mink for 4bo Dunns weekly review of trader last week begins with these Assurance of prosperity confidenceg forteommere111orepromptIt great agricultural interests of United Stales ire in good shape other interests prosper The owner of railroad stocks and bonds in better humor because his comotives have more to haul to and from the farms the manufacturer ofmmoney andtareer and the mortgage leaders know ttheirer nd the retail merchant find sales Eeryr fornpaces Every week there are bunches and car loads of cattle at the stockyards which sell above 6 per hun breedingreact that they are good grades from gore bred sires amt that the feed ing has been carefully conducted evelop them rapidly An instance point is that of the work in this t1euIagoihe sold six car loads at the yards which he fed to finish on his own farm Ills prime Polled Augur averagedthundred Another lot of high grades brought 630 and still another lot of grades sold at 6 25 Attention is called to these cattle to show what painstaking both in breeping and feeding will do On the same day these cattle were sold 60l1hwere non led and lacked the thick meat whch srls highest Indiana harmer a ATTACKED BY A MOB And beaten in a laborriot until covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsbs Sintply25Q at the drugstore of the Mt Ver non Drug CocThe republicans who object to depriving the negro of his vote in maypointpie of Philadelphia where the re onlydeprivedballot but fur years have allowed 5noo dead people to keep on rut ing FOmY IDD l1YtmLJss Kldaeya wd CJstf Jcj C J c fi Best if VSw Wt yYA t Established I88T r fJf ff 2 JEiic Aj t1iRa l Bft uh kJ i jrm lR ill n A =rJ f is Known By Four Important Characteristics f1 Superior qullliyof its goods 2 An eagerness for late styles and novelties S 3 Always the lowest prices 4 Perfect service its patrons Yf THIS is the foundation of our business and for lf rears wo have hold strictly to the fiIt c havebought1d includes a selection of new and stylish 1Dress Goods and Trimmings Furnishing Goodsk Clothing Shoes c W Remember our Fall Opening September IGth at which and cath day thereafter we Jcheapestr ctsTrecotBest Calicoes 5cts per yard if1 Dont fail to give us a fall we csn save you mOJleyszt Lowest Pric slcl THOS CHERRYtpertectSBrvice = = SROimU KENTUCKY p Headquarters for Bargains V j rl4T k jA X K owr fifkJ tJDO rJ7s ii i O1iOLfoLfOI T QtJctJa f71Iz or Iita1ThP Gibralter of R ocl castle County 1tj Financial Institutions r J I d ttJ CITIZeNS L 1stCJOFBEODIIEAD KyT 1m Q tl J i IvfI p 1 ACCOUNTS OF M I Individual Firms an orpaifatlons Solicited tgftwrit andC IIj or more when left in the bank watt not cheekC3 j cltE sa Casher j vti- j v1 rJ h 0 BB o d d17d d a2i 1 27 0 OLfotJLit c1t 1 I J I EIL T Stewart made business TuesdaySeveralfrom ed mutt Monday Rev Lunce ford dosed a weeks meeting here Sunday with addition to the foldjohn Crawford and family of Brodhead were here Saturday qHBerea College Saturday and Su- ndaJ Henry Fish want to x iogton Tlmsday to take in the State FairfThere Vere several over from the Oak t i section Sunday attending upfrimfolksairs M E Stewart who was hurt in the runaway we are glad to state in fast improving Bogie Phillips and wife are a French Lick Ind for their health Parrott Nash and laughter were down from Berea SutdayG A Ballard of Garrard was here first ofweek taking up a car load of hogsMiss Alma Brooks has re turned to her home in Columbus Of after mouths visit here with relatives and triendsIProf Chas was talkingflourClay ten Avas down first of week and of our young widowers had to- go way back and sit downTItassistant cashier of the Gibralter Kockcastle situated at Brodhead was oyer last Friday night to at tend church and we learned he be laced very unbecoming to a gen tlemiui Dr Lewis hasnt been fishing this week Come cheer tunelsonle j s teems the officers of our church have started out to make the young men behave while in church God send if they had commenced several years sooner Hurrah for the in dependent ticket headed by Judge Lair Cabinet officers are now returning to Washington to take up those- uestions of vast public import have obligingly been quies tent during the heated termIARE YOU Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage many quarrels can he avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown ol Iieune1viHe S C says For year my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a hertand vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and final ly made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co who sells and guarantees them price 5Octs bottle Philadelphia proposes to cele brate the twohundredth anniver sary of the birth of Benjamin Frank tin Philadelphia has but recently been trying to practice some of the precepts of honesty and fair deal poolr Ia Caldwell member Parlia ment his killed more bills in the British House of Commons that any other member It is proud distinction and it is pity tin every legislature in the States is tnt the proud possessor of a Caldwell r 1vJ 9 i if Latestf4Y lit to s 7 Y fcwwi a one a one a of a a BRYAN NO CANDIDATE perfectlythat not only am I not announcing a candidacy but I am not permit ing a candidacy In these words William J Bryan administered check to the enthusiasm which at the Jefferson itaIdentThere had been warm words of particularlyfrom of Kentucky and Judge J P Tar vin of Covingtim Ky who had declared unqualifiedly for Mr Bry in as the Democratic nominee for Piesident in 1908 and from Alex ander Troup New Haven Conn who declared that Bryan was the natural and legitimate leader of the Democratic party in the coming campaignI not now said Mr Bryan a candidate for any office but I want to say now that talkof can measplace in history will be determined not by what the people are able to do foi me but by what Iam able to do for the people I think it is candidatefrom now it is too early to pledge ourselves to any one man I trust that before that time com s to name racedchosendmore than I have yet been able to do t r MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEPT 22 190 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC Advertising tales made known on a icali01zI IN the light of the revelations concerning the business methods of the New York Life Insurance Company in which it was shown preidelltiallears Alton H Packer that the were electing the Republican tic et begins to acquire an appearance of truth The fact is that after every campaign the managers the campaign should be compelled to make a public statement of th funds thev have expcndedwhrc they came from and what they were spent for This idea was advocated by Judge Parker on the stump and President Roosevelt who is ways quick to understand a good thing recommended it to Congress Some day it is to be hoped this country will adopt as drastic legis lation as the AntiCorruption Ace of Great Britain and not until then will we have clean elections or be certain that the man elected is the realchoice of the people In Great Britain and we believe this true in Canada evidence that money has been expended improperly to secure the election of a candidate for public office renders invalid his title to that cilice and makes him ineligible ever to hold another pub lic office The remedy is drastic it is tl ue but it was devised to dea- with conditions which wouM yield to no remedy ess drastic and it has accomplished the object for which it was enacted EHhu Root now Secretary of State once prepared a bill which was in the Albany legislature providing that all campaign contributions should be made public and while it did not go nearly far enough it was far too good to be passed by the gang which rules New York poli tics What should become of Odel ism and of the renowned Chauncy j 11andamouu they spend to control State politic- and keep a personal representative on the floor of the SenateEx ALTHOUGH the time is Jnear at hand for the people of Kentucky to determine whether they are to continue the secret ballot system or return to the old custom of viva voce voting little has been said upon that subject by the press of the State The last Legislature submitted to the vote of the people an amendment to the constitution allowing a revival of the old fashioned method of voting which will r be balloted upon at the regularelec tion in November So little dis cussion has been indulged in regarding this important eveut that it is not generally known and we desire to take this oppor tunity of calling it to the attention of our readers We had the viva voce andu e now have the Australian system Every voter in the county leinem hers well how it was ears ago the dragging of the floaters up to the pols and the terrible times which were experienced over the floating element in which many good men have lost their lives Believing in the old adage Let well enough alone we say vote for a continuance of the Australian sytemtln POLITICS AN D POLITICIANS The Democrats and Populists of Nebraska have nominated a fusion ticket Archibald J Sampson American Minister to Ecuador has reSig and President Roosevelt has nedjPpointed Joseph W Lee now at Panama as his successor A full local ticket was nominated by the Republicans and independItl cuts at Frankfort headed ner Taylor for Mayor Taylor had been a candidate in the Democratic primary but withdrew Former Chief Justice Alton R Parker Democratic nominee for President in 1904 charges that the Equitable and Mutual in addition to the New York Life and other of corporations made contributions to the Republican campaign funds He insists that drastic legislation is needed to call a halt to the practice the which measurably places the politi cal party receiving such contribu lions in pawn to the giver t JA reform tick t for county of ficers in to the blt iultluladcpbi1 vliller of Indiana threatens to ring suit to recover any State unds lost by David E Sherrick gambliug tinetpeech at Ft Wayne d that if e people backed him e would close up the Monte Carlos at French Lick and West Baden NEWS 1TE31S The Soveieign Lodge of the I OO F aver Monday in Phla delphia The Russian naval lose in the Far East are reported to aggregate 13000000 Another crisis is slid to have arisen in the negotiations between affairkPaul Morton says the EquitaMe Life Assurance Society will hereof after refuse to contribute to political campaign fund e1hc court maitial trial of Com mander Lucien Vmng of the Ben nington vns begun Monday at Mare Island California The celebration of the anniver sary ol the national independents in Mexico has been unusually brilliant and enthusiastic A conference between citizens of Louisville and Cyntlmna will he held in Louisville Oct 3 to take steps to induce the Southern Rail way to build into Cynthiana Nan Patterson the former showgirl was remarried in Washington Saturday to Leon G Martin of New York from whom she tv divorced three years ago It is announced from Rochester New York that a consolidation h about been perfected of all the in dependent telephone comnani from the Atlantic to the Pacific Judge R L Stout of the Fran lin Circuit Court ruled that the Secretary of State had no power to articreIr record The jury was completed in the slander suit at Cyuthiaua of Miss Elizabeth Vhitaker against E HI Renaker for 25000 damages maddUnconfirmed reports of a revolu tion in Columbia have reachE Panama Gen Reyes is reporte to have declared himself dictator and imprisoned the members of the Supreme CourtIcalledmeat trust have prepared plea in abatement to the aI merits of packers in Chicago th thewas illegally made up Scotst 12500 e IIindependentent crop Montgomery county has raised 6000 leaving 150 share- vet to be taken It is now asserted that the plain people of Russia will have nothing populIar The Kentucky Antituberculosis Society has decided to treat in tents and a large farm will be purchased immediately for purpose All patients who ar physically able will be made to lit in tents all the year- Steamboatmen have sent to Wash ington a complaint against the pies ent system of measuring gasoline and naptha boats They say thatJthe owners of small crafts are ing the law and thatfalsestatements of the tonage are made An unknown man in Cincinnati whose case was diagnosed as yellow fever escaped from laic boarding house and officers are searching for him There are now eightJ cases in the city and eleven pects The condition in the South remain unchanged President Roosevelt notified Mayor Behrman of New Orleans that he is willing to include New Orleans in his coming itinerary in the South provided it is the wish of people that he come and also the quarantine laws of the various States will permit the visit President Roosevelts Southern trip begins October 18 and he is due to 24IGov St with a view to holding a peace conference at The and it is believed that the have already been pre The Emperor it is the he lief in St Petersburg figs taken step after reaching a thorough rstanding with President RooseveltA syndicate has bought the Lexington street car system and its correlative branches of lighting gas and ice plant similar properties at Frankfort and interurbian lines and franchise the same in the Bluegrass The amount involved in the deal Mabout 2680000 but it is strongly suggested that the real object of syndicate is to construct a network of of interurban lines connecting Louisville with Central and Eastern Kentucky r I INVESTIGATE I 1EfI THOROUGH investigation has shown to onrl customers that we are Headquarters B ir gins Thats why our trade is largo and irlCr tfiirIt tslwill pay you to investigate our prices and us your trade VVe pay you the highest prices ycur produce and you go away satisfied I Special Bargains DressGoods fyA C HI A T TII HIAT ICY i 21 ln tmHT t tl = = = tCi I fur I HAVE just resumed front the city with a bCluti1 thSehoolwJ Iiwill please you g Airs ULEO Y 13 HONOJBB 273 aaaaaee6e asL1tOll1ILA1 hrts ofsnow nip oursmost M G hayke to our li has long been needed the wholesale produce business They ex pect to ship in carload lots there fore pay the highest market price They will be found in the big yel low house near the railroad cross ing They are running wagons to all parts of the county and making contracts with all the country mere chants Edgar Dunn returned from an extended visit in Boyle and Gar VeGnesdiJyTheI Uda Hilton Maud and Francis andIFred L Durham O A Frith and Embry Albright took a very enjoy able hayride to Crab Orchard and while there visited the famous old watering place at the Springs Hotel Mrs Stone and daughter of Lancaster are visiting the Purcell Sisters Mrs J W Tate and Mr and Mrs J W Hutche on are attending the State Fair at Lex sliugtun this weekMrs GIlpin and- chiidnn who have been visiting Mrs 11 E Wilmott have returned jo their home in St Louis Mo John Sowder aged 65 years arc ouer best business men and Mrs W W i3theof heart trouble He was a devout member of the Baptist Church and cemeteryswas a Burial Association and was the first orderesenen secretary LlYlNJSTOi Messrs Williams Bethurum an ohnson of Mt Vernon were her CsMullins was in Mt Vernon Ved nesdayJ T Ireland returned here from Paris MondayMiss Allie Fowler returned to Bere- Monday after an extended visit her parents Mr and Mrs ohn Fowler Mrs Will Smith and baby left for their home at Corbin Sunday Mrs Logan Salyers and daughter Hazel of Corbin has been the guest of Mrs W F Tubbs and Mrs Lula Mullius Mrs E S Elmore has returned home after a visit to Knoxville and Corbin She vas accompanied home bv Mrs Brack Graves of Corbin Miss Margaret Fishof Mt Vernon is visiting Miss Cora Adams Miss Bortina Mullins has returned home from Lebanon Junction Little Miss Gertrude HoAell of Lebanon Junction is visiting her grandpa John AMnllinsM1S Kittie Smithof Mt Vernon is here nursing Conn Asher who is illof typhoid fever at the home of his sister Mrs L H DasMrs Egbert Hayes and son East Bernstadt visited her Mr and Mrs George parentsI Mary Rovey of StanIleyMrsoed a party of little Misses noted Lettered Rock Sunday afj ternoon Among them were and Josephine Elmore Anna Mel vin Valton Pearl Stanley Mary Pope Nora Burton and others SusieMullins is visiting rela lives at Corbin Joe Mink Nr Paris visited his parents here thisweekMrs Ballard Mullins and daughter I1aof East Bern stadt visited relatives here Sun Mrs W W Wright and Ida returned home from Parks Wednesday Mrs W T Merimee and children have return el hvui High Cliff Tnn They were the guests of MrsR A Sparks Mrs Hugh Hagan and children are visiting her sister Mrs j C Hocker at La Follette Tenl- lIWill G Mullins of Lebanon Junction is spending a few days at WellsTueweight ioyj Ihs Somebody burn ed Papas hatMrs Will Owens and children of Brodhead returned home Monday after a visit with her sisters Mesdames Walton Doss Reynolds and Miss Anna Parsons Mr and Mrs Will Ward and children returned home from Cincinnati Sunday afternoou All are cordially invited to attend the lecture and sterioptian views on Palestine bv Prof Fox at the Riptist church Friday evening at 731 The London Echo Joins in the Fight for Bet terTrain Service Editor E S Albright of the Mt Vernon Signal has started a move in the ngnt directionau appeal for better passenger service between Corhin and Lebanon The L N railroad recently put on two exrra trains on their line but this has been ot little or no convenience to the public Mr Albright suggests that a train be put on to leave Corbin about six oclock in the morning fur Louisville andreturn ing to leave Louisville to reach Corbin about nine or ten oclock in the evening We believe that all that is needed is for the people to agitate this matter bring it be fore the company by petition or otherwise and we will secure it As it is now a person must be up all times of night in traveling WJth the new train one could leave Corbin at six oclock in the aboutenoon to any leaving Louisville about thrice or four pm reach home at nine or ten oclock in the evening We tlkathe additional service is secured a W T SHORT Appointed General De puty Collector for Kentucky and- Tennessee The many friends of W T Short in this county will be glad to know that he has been appointed General Deputy Collector for Ken tucky and Tennessee Mr Short was appointed in 1897 a Deputy U S Marshal for Kentucky under Dr A D James U S Marshal He served as such until June 1901 when he resigned to accept a Division Deputy Collec tors place under Judge James Deniton who then was Collector Eighth Kentucky district Capt Short held this position for four years and one month till JudgeI Dentons successor was lifelthe and then it was that Short Iwithdrew his application for reap and endorsed Elliott official record was such that in IIHis days the Commissioner off rotehiUl that he should return to the Internal revenue sect vice and on the i6tU day of this month was appointed General a Deputy Collector for Kentucky and Tennessee with headquarters at Kichraond ACotFor Cash Having purchased the half interest of J E Houk in the firm of tioukfib Adams Iwill sell sayleosTWe have one of the most complete lire of goods aboutI3OOo V nevler700000worth of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing and Notions included in this stock and all will go at cost for cash Examine before buying Yours for business i iV J T ADAMS Successor to HOUK 3 ADAMS There are places in Western Canada where you shay drive for fifty miles without meeting any one except a former American citizen says the Worlds Work for Septem ber A good story is 10Mof tbe experiencesin in such a communit- ys the new Minister of the of Canada the Hon Frank InteriorI a Liberal He was berta with Mr Patrick Nolan of Calgary a conservative The rival orators spoke at Ponoka where nine out often of the farmers arc Americans Afterwards they went to the vilage hotel and mingled with the farmers to over hear com merits on their addresses Say Bill saida man from Missouri them fellers wuz right smart speakers wuznt they Right you are Cv answered Bill but somehow I cant make out what they wuz drivin at I cant her the life of me tell whether they wtiz for Bryan or McKin ley osf MARKSQriX a footsShoesRubbersCost BOGGStroTHE WI ST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Onewav Colonist rates on February 21 Marcia 21 1905 to Arkansas Texa Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Vtstern States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sal every first and third Tuesdays of eachmonth limited 21 days Land are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Librallimits and stol over privileges Daily through standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railwav or Iron Mountain Route also per tonally conducted Tourist sleepers r Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays to California without change Descriptive literature map folder etc furnished free For particti Tara rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T GI Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky The American Surety Company which furnished the bond for 1ooi ooo to the State of Indiana for the deposed Auditor David E Sher rick sets up a claim to all the se enmities and property in his hand Gov Hanley Danes mph tieally IImoney JIColIshabby treatmtnt at a L hotel y being taken ro an ergot musician The moat of the friends of our CHef udonIhave Inngreen oftbe opinion Mr Fuller needed a hint to hair and now he has it AlexanderTWilson of Bar bourville has written a letter de daring he will hunt down the man supposed army cffier wlois if said to have caused the suicide of hi sister Bessie Willssn in New York ty f xJUr V V r i + Ar r9 4 HOESjj e RIfof Spring and Summer r SHOESIIf not dont tail to do so beforer V buying V PRICE and QUALITY both will snit you i+ W n Yours for business gphonettG ROBT COXPlwue GGJf Bgl r JONAS McKENZIE rH eII IIII1 p NotionsCLOTHING alliI trulyI f1rig Z iE I MTf rfflmr iMrr JONAS WICXENZIE s ssstssssEazxa i YOUR BANKINGN- o matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERiyO will give it careful attention This message applies to the men lOll the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashierI ALLMakes the hair grow long and heavy and keeps it soft and glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores colorto gray hair Sold for fifty earsu cuc aLaI htIforhim to have presidential book he is to have one at all OLLMflDNEYCUR 1iJakc ffidaeya aad Bladder RlgSiE SICILIANHairReneweri r P I Luster of Guthrie Ky who killed his wife confessed that he is short iu his accounts with the Cumberland Telephone Compa- nyFOLETSliOEYANDTAR ftor chilrca cafe sate epiatea MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY SEPT 22 1905 9kcote with SIGNAL t p TIME TABLE 22north 124 p m 24 north 532 a m 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Kntereil at the Mt Venmn Ky 1ostoflioe as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL An exceptionally large crowd attended Court Monday Lytie Adams his returned to the dental college St Louis Cashier W L Richard and Jack Ctin are attending the State Fair LexingtonMrs G Baker and son Fred pent Sunday with her parents neat Mtillins Station Mrs Carrie Graves of Corbin was the guest of relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert C x are re joicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby at their home Editor E B Smith of the Rich mond Pantagraph wis minglit gI with friends here Monday Editor Walton was here Monday in the interest of his valuable paI per the Interior Sounrnal Midshipman Saufley was here from Stanford Tuesday He is a son of Judge M C Saufley Judge J W Alcorn of Stanford Hon F F Bobbitt of Crab Orch ard and Atty J 11 Robinsonof Barbourville were the visiting at torneys this week Hon R H Tomlinson and Mr Patterson were over from Lancas ter Monday trying to devise some means by which the gas from the Livesay well can be ulili7 dIJ E Houk returned from James town Inch Monday where he and his brother Burdette have pur chased a 5000 stock of goods He will leave Mt Vernon in two weeks Judge Richard G Williams of Covingtou was in Danville this week and paid the News Office1I pleasant and appreciated call Dick as he is best known hj his host of Danville friends is still making rapid strides to the front in the legal professiou Danville G H Albright of Barbour yule has been appointed to a very lucrative position with a big coal company in Knox county The mines are about 15 miles from Bar bourville and as soon as all arrange ments are completed he and his family will take up their perma nent abode at the cam- pLOCAL I We have several desirable pieces I of property in our hands for sale i cheapand if youwant to buy a home it will be to your interest to consult us before buying ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATI Co Mt Vernon Ky NoTiCKHaving sold our stock ofmillinery goods at this place we kindly ask all indebted to us to please call in and settle their ac counts Sept I52t Brodhead Ky ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons holding claims against the estate of P W Clark deceased will present the same t me properly proven at my store iu Mt Vernon Ky on or before Oct 15 1905 Also all parties debted to his estate willjmeet at th same place on or before date give above prepared to settle same J FISH sepi53t Administrator BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL MT VERNON Ky Opens October 2 1905 College Preparatory Normal Model School Cooking and Sewingi Courses Trained and experienced teachers holding degrees from some of the best universities and collges in the country Accommodations for twenty girls at the new donnitorj Terms within reach of all For circulars acdress IDA M TAYLOR Principalj ML Vernon Ky Preaching next Sunday at the Presbyterian church morning and evening Cordial invitation to all jRev Wiiihm Williams will at Maple Grove Sunday September 24111 at 2 p ra Every body invite- dYOUBreak up that cold with SURE SHOT COLD GURU Mad and sold by sep 22 5t MT VKRNON DRUG Co Heur Laswell Bros sawmill on Buffalo was destroyed by fire Monday night Loss about 600 with no insurance Mr HS Helton of near Oak Hilland Mrs Hariatte Curtis widow of the late France Curtis were married Friday Judge Lewis performed the ceremony FOUNDBy Mr P Scott a pair of steel frame spectacles in leather case rear Buckeye church Owner can have same by calling at this office and paving for this notice Mr A S Monroe of Chattr noogo Tenn and Mrs Ellen Ty ree whose first husband was IT H Tyree were married at the Milltr hotel Friday night by Judge Lewis When in town dont fail to stol in and Se Mrs Cleo Browns dis plav of Hals It is the place tf buy your hats and am always glad to see you Dont forget the place ep 22 3t At a meeting of the stockholder or the Rockcastle Development Co held in the law office of Attorne J Betburum Tuesday it wa decided that the gas from the Live say well will be put in the homeI along Main street at a reasonable rite There will be a picnic tomorrow for all the Sunday schools Rev Baxter of the Presbyterian church requests that the Sunday school pu pils of the various churches in town meet nt the Presbyterian church by 9 oclock tomorrow morning NOTICE I have just returned from Louisville and Cincinnati with a com plete line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats including all the lates colors and shapes Give me a cill before purchasing elsewhere MRS MAGGIE MARTIN sep222t Brorhead KyI NOTICE Having bought the stock of mil linery goods of Purctll Sisters am now located at their stand I invite their customers to give me a call I guarantee satisfaction and fair treatment to alL MRS MAGGIE MARTIN sep 22 2t Brodhead Ky Burton Cox of Anderson county has a large sunflower which measures 4 feet 3 inches in circum ference Louisville Post James Maret of this place has several large sunflowers in his garden The largest one measures 4 feet and 7 inches in circumference Its leaves are 2 feet long and 22 inches wide the stalk is nine inches in circumference one inch from the groundand its height is ten feet Beginning last Friday the closed hunting season for rabbits and sqir rels is on and will continue unti November 15th when the quail season begins According to an amendment to the same law en acted March 21 1902 it is unlawful to kill or pursue or have in pos session when so killed any rabbit or squirrel during the forbidden period Rabbits however can be caught with dogs or in snares The penalty is a fine of not less Ulan offense nor more than 25 for each The law making a closed season on rabbits and squirrels was secured by the sportsmen of the State to stop the practice of hunt ing quail under the guise of hunt squirrelsoEvery indication points to a brighter day for the little town of Pine Hill which has in the iteAnAugust who owues the Pine Hill mines and a large boundary of land surrounding them came to Pine Hill with several New York capitalist iii the interest ofa cement factory Analysis of the clay found on this land shows that all the gredients are contained neees parr for the making of the highest grade of the Portland cement The New York parties will have another analysis of the clay made grid il the same showing is made from their sample as by those in the past there will be no delay in start ling thework If a plant is erected 200000 will be cost of it sr n We will fit and sell you a truss guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money hack Call and see sept 22 3t MT VERNON DRUG Co Mrs Cleo W Brown is the placeI to go to get up todate things i ut Hats Baby Caps Tam Oshanters Collar Ribbons Belts Hand Bjgs aleways glad to see you sep 22 3t REGISTRATION OCTOBER 3RD is Registration day I desire to urge nil Democrats in the towns of Mt Vernon Brod head and Livingston to Register They must do this to enable them to vote at the No ember election JONAS JcKENZIEtChin Dem Co CrTime town of Lancaster seeing I the great needof an additional passenger train over their line put forth a united effort sent their delegation before the officials at Lou sville and the result is that they to now hive four passenger trains to pissing through LallCdsterdaily 111C tead uf two If there is a section of the State which really needs more train service it is that port on contiguous to the Knoxville D vision of the L N between Lebanon awl Corbin To go to he city when a few hours is all hat one wishes to spend it is nee ing ssarv to go at night and return at light or go in the day pay for a in lights lodging and then return a light The increase in population n the South Eastern part of the State has made a marvelous in crease in the travel from that section to the Central portions of the Stat What we need is a trin to leave Corbin early in the morning for Louisville returning the same vening which would be unques tionably the popular train of the will division The railroad company is by far a more generous people than given credit as being and the history of the company shows that hey are always ready to do their part when circumstances and conditions demand it The suggestion which we offer is that the towns between Corbin and Lebanon each select a representative who in conjunction with a repre to sentative from each of the other towns go before the officials of the ricd present the conditions as they exist and we have no doubt but the request will be granted The additional travel which anolh er train leaving Corbin in the morning and returning in the ever ning would bring just between the way stations to saw nothing of throug passengers would justify the putting on of this extra ser cftl andwe believe that when the matSI ter is properly presented to the company that it will be favorably considered by them What says our sister tonsJ ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ELECTION OFFICERS NOVEMBER D ELECTION 1905 The election commissioners for Kockcastle county U G Baker and ed C Mullins with Sheriff H L Tate as chairman met in the law office of attorney J W Brownw Wednesday and selected the followd ng election officers to serve November election those in ItEVernon Brodhead and Livingston to serve also on registration diy No i E Mt Vernon D N Williams D and W T Smith RI BDNo2 W Mt Vernonj T Proctor D Joshua Boreing Jr Judges I A Bowman R RI T J Pennington D Clerk NO3 Roumlstone W M t1JudgeBogie Phillips R Clerk NO4 Scaffold CaneA W Stewart D and R A Swinford R InWQJudgesrOwen Allen D SheriffpNo6 Boreking Sr R and Joshua SheriffsD Clerk No 7 LivingstonR A Whitehead Rand Jerome Adams D Judges Jacob Sambrook R Clerk J S Calloway D SheriffINo8 Walnut Grove William Pitman R and J Oliver D Judges A J Norton D Clerk Napoleon Whitaker R Sheriff RyChandler R Clerk A C Sowder D Sheriff No 10 BrodheadW MFran cisco Darid W A Carson R Judges William Adams R Sheriff and A Er Albright D Clerk No it Johnetta James Bal linger R and RPIPike D Judges C K Oldham D Sheriff frank Dooley R Clerk s theIproperty and v move IIpareiug to construct new lines prc o er town The poles have already been placed Born to the wife of Mrs Joe Lawrence a fine girl baby She is with Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence at Level GrtenIOur barber J W Delaney col oredwas married at Lancaster yesterday He has rented a house in the Northern part of town Jim is a splendid barber and we wish him muchsuccess ISign boards are good things any where but one at a point tall mile side of Brodhead where the turns at right angles from anther road would be the means of saving many weary steps and lots ofcuss word- sNOTlcEWhereas there has been some talk among a few people as whether or not I am qualified fill the office of County Court in case I should be elected wish to say to the voters of the county that I hold a first class teachers certificate in two different States Kentucky and Virginia Yours very truly P SCOTT The general shifting and chang aroundof things in Livingston indicate that there is still something store for that town We are reliably informed that an order hay been made to move the depot back some 30 or 40 feet in order to give room for two more tracks all the sidings are being suppliedwith new ties and the coal bins are being repaired It is the general belief that as soon as the yards at South Louisville can be put in readiness that Lebanon Junction be done away with and all freight trains run from South Louisville to Livingston making Livingston the terminus of the K D trains old CIRCUIT COURTbl The Rockcastle Circuit Court convened with 1I leLered a lengthy and strong charge the grand jury regarding their investigation of the lawbreakers The following juries were selected GRAND JURY W C Burdett Robt Bloomer- J J Bullock Elijah Ballard Craig Bryant James Head D G Sig mon Joe Wilson J W Kirby- J H Reams Allen Hiatt 1 A Bowman PETIT JURY W H Brannaman S HMar Josiah Mullins Carroll Martin Anglin H C Rowlet- George Deatheridge J C Bullock- J J Brown William Potts M G Fish T R Mullins John Fletcher Baker Joe Norton G C Fish A Renner J C Rimel Ie Childress J C Wood J D sseI C Poynter G W Gentry Join TheHibbardIof Monday Dick Halcomb breach of the peace acquitted Leonard Daugherty concealed 25 and cost Frank Bur ine same 25 and cost John same 25 and cost J P Lechleiter selling wine acquitted Harvey Brummett procuring JoshIIArthur Dollins alias George Hill the man who was arrested a few weeks ago for horse stealing was gwen five years in Henson for shooting at random fined 50 and cost Joe Frost who was indicted for in connection with Henry for the killing of William at Pine Hill a year ago las- tChristmaswao fined 50 the case reduced toa misdemeanor who fired the shot which illed Gant is now serving a two years sentence in the pen e aCARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the good pep oCHansfordand vicinity for themsickness and death of G W Owens We wish also to state if there ever was men that did their whole duty it was Messrs Albert Hamlin Joe Meece Sam Bullock and others May God in his infinite wisdom bless them all W M OWENS B F NICELY MRS MARTHA OWENS AI3 Boughtc Signature iI +a I q BARGAINS at Krueger Sons E have 300 Suits that will sellat less than halfcost We can fit a bob from 3 to 20 and men from 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 30 days So come now dont put it off any longer We are doing this in goodsSHOES when we cant make a sale Eat Drink and be Merry for we are selling petbushdow glass wanted Highest Market Prices paid for Country Produce BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Repairs on time school building begin this week Miss Taylor has jrst returned ofllhewith the result of her journey The dormitory will be well finished and well furnished without a cent of debt hanging over it The Brown Me norial School will not open till October 16 The delay is due to the difficulties encountered in getting seasoned ma teiial promptly The schoolwork will be pushed vigorously when once begun So there will be no loss to students Jop McCall lost a valuable Syear mare Sunday night at his near Maretburg by running- on a snag which disemboweled her Mr and Mrs William J Bryan ft San Francisco yesterday for tour of the world A rsIueQ Sometimes the hair is not properly nourished It suffers for Food starves Then it UI falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a lairVigorIIi hair food It feeds nourishes danIdruff ijViJorrestored the liitnnil ntnr t4stnandiN J goo a bottle J c co ilrnciist ua yolInaell = HaiTI sold ASSESSOR We are authorized L Hix asan independent candidate Assessor of subject the action the good people the election 1905 tn It1 t11tt1 ti1 t11ft1 t11 H1tt1 Willis Griffin PRACTICAL H UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL =DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete Can furnish on short now a tice Metalie Collins anti Caskets and have Embalming rrs = lone Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled g= Phone No 63 HHl1UHl1HU UlllHUU lUlU Illlltilfti The YEllOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN TIlE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment S C DAVIS Propr PIIONK No r iJyr ror VJfS J9 5 flojy t GRANViLLE OWENS UNDERTAKERBrodhead J i W t place Owner trouble Prevents COMPLETE LINE Collins and Robes or Tee phone orders Filled 1 a lJsJi aadtgr Jt W j ij 19 m AmJSTYLiSHy 19 UA Th tlelds WITH Tti2Oi TsttARACTER dtsl tY jjtlWO 1AN Sold by dyeS5 firJJiJ tj F Krueger Sons r V ERNOa KENTUCKYPRICE To Cure Cold in Daeys Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabletsOnevery 2Sc 9 CSeven Million in past 12 months This signature FOR to announcee J for Rockcastle county to of at November tI 53 u t One black hog came to my ten days ago can have same by paying for my and this notice Mode Crawford Sept 15 3t Brodhead Ky IOlmnONErAND14R GareiCcldsJ PoeHSJaala t n 5 =2 3 w r9 Caskets All Mail Telegraph Promptly q 8K KI 6 nv NO Pi TIE A1tERS I IOUClIO lfr 0 a boxes CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the fLti4Signature of ffX fIt C rr i+ r Nr WlloEN YOU CATCH COLD t Do- which not tape chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation may leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and susceptible to attack from the germs of Pneumonia or Consumption Ff D JR jiaSaved His Life After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption Vissalia California writes There is no doubt but I IUt s Honey and Tar saved my life I had an awful cough and the doctor told me I had consumption I commenced Honey and Tar and found relief from the first and cured me completely Three and 100 The SOcent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and tho 100 bottle almost six times as much Refuse Substitutes I SOLD LARD REGOiKEHBEiTBY MT V RNGN DRUG CO KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixe for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 2j4 days Oweushoru October Io5 day 38 Dollars TOw California AND THE NORTHWESTm FH031 LOUISVILLEVIA Henderson Route IS CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate poiutstar Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 jeer Also SPECIAL Ho tnsrm gus Rates to the West and South west on certain dates JEST If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsover 1LENDEII SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis tar Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the Vest and Southwest L J IKWIM Gen Pasngs Agt- LouisvILL1 Ky II TOGO Tu Ul i It is this wily When I spectacles I go to Franklin at M Vernon and have my eyes tested and he does it right When the need ch raging he does it free ol chargeHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectales when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run jun 3 rtl TOGO rE nO ffi L41 tCi tAo cooh cndbcaililunc OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shorte and quickest line from St Louis t City of Mexico through San Anton o and Laredo Through Iullmai sleepers daily leaving St Loui 221 pin and 820 p m Elegan Dining Car service 1Vonderf- Mexico is attracting the investo and pleasure seeker Low rate s liberal stop over privileges No is the time toga For descriptivi literature rates etc see reares Ticket Agent or address R TG Matthews T P A Iron Mountain Route Room 30 r Norton Bldg Louisville Ky r ADJOINING COUNTIES Soueedset was by George Lay M rs Wheeler a hundred yards away in home stringing beans with her husband Lay was cleaning a rifle which ex plodedGriefstricken because her 6year old son who lives with her divorc ed hush IUd woud not come to see her Mrs Laara Walter Chenault prominent society womin of1 Richmondcommitted suicide by drinking carbolic acid Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat adeepbreath are features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mixture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system Scoffs Emulsion is just such a remedy It has wonderful healing powerRemoves the cough and the wholeIsystem is given strength and vigor SJfir free SCOTT EOWNE Cheat 409415 Pearl Street New York joe and roo All on 1 Southern Ry BETW- EENCincinnati Chattanooga AtlantaBirmiIAgham Ilraoscviile Asheville Mobile Jacksonville Orleanstand- Texas Points Doable Daily Pullman Service to Chattanooga Atlanta Jacksonville and New Orleans Dining and Observation Car For address AiHen T P Ill East Hain Street Lexington Xy W A Garrett w G Blneawon Geml Mir GenI Pawr AttICincinnati Ohio TO CONSUMPTIVES The iinder iirneil laving been rrrared- ealtlt y Miiiile iiienns utter nuiieri everal furoye with a revere lung afrnrid that dread disease coxsrsilTIOS stillter rs means cure ire he will cheerfully send free of charge n uny of the prescription used which thpy rtuall hront and Inn He hopes all tufferer will ry his remedy as it is invul table hose desinng the jirestrijtion which rill cost them nothing nntlmay drove ties hlg will please ss WILOX Brooklyn New YorkIliar 3 1yr O STBears thect3BXAI Ior cu A Policemans J N Patterson night policeman winter I had a bad cold on my lungs advertised cough medicines and had TestimonyIwithout getting any benefit A friend and Tar and twothirds of a greatest cough and lung medicine in sizes25c IN THE STATE The September term of the Court of appeas convened with all mend hers present except Judges 0Re sand Cantiiil Louisville Day at the State ha- ta Lexington attracted a crowd 12000 peepe to the grounds moi jthan two thousand of whom were from Louisville iDIid Draper a diamond mine eXlert has made a report strongly urging the mining ot the deco mineral fields in Elliott tityrivals the Kiinbeiley fields John E Madden has offered t FayIiagrees to p alimony suit in Cincinnati Mrs Maddens lawyers took the propo sit ion under advi ementco appointedirevenue agent to succeed Ge srg e Spear of Anderson who was ap AIpear resume clerkship the auditors office IGOT OFF CHEAP He may well think he has got off cheap who after having connect td constipation or iudigestiou still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for treat ache constipation etc 25C at the drugstore of the Mt Vernon Drug Co n TEXAS changrxas Winters rte mild and a home can nJjl1 Texas offers opportunities for iiuit and ruck growers not equated ourcou1ltryTrite ers racf s Spt iy Oct 3 and Nat7 nl 21 L O SPHAKFRR T P AICotton Belt Route Cincinnati ilVhlMYAWAYI r Christmas Presents fori Subscribers to the Weekly Courier JournalIIThe Weekly Courier Journal Heiiy Waticison paper 1l1tSi to slier the lat fir of this prosper ous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to ju amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents oftoo 50 and 20 and sixteen presents of3n and 20 to he given the tales tf Kentucky Indmia Vein esee Texas 1rssi ippi1isIIouri Virginia and plan is fair and simple Write to the ConrerJouirihl Compaio LInitlville Ky fur a crpy 61 the Week CourierJournal giving fun details ft will 1e Stout free SI fRANCIS VUllEY LANDSI Of Southwest Missouri and North east Aikansts river boiom made soil rch as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fiuits nut vc efables Yield bg crops fdilutes Open winters Laud now cheap but advancing loots gate this fall Home eekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and VaHeyhooklet aLcCottonMayor Woodward of Atlanta getdrunk cOBears thect 12 ROGKCASTLE Rea I Estate Cot SIT YEHNON KV oiruIAPi No IThis farm of e acies located on Negro creek neat Brodhead Ky is one of the lstfarms in the county and will bo sold a t bargain the owner being unable t e properly look after same because his r balanc1me three houses on farm good and springs and plenty of good stock water Also crowd orchard 01AIlI No 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate mmtedrd Inon metset nar Level Green Kyand is located in the best farming section of the unty Well fenced lu acres in euitivaiion balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postotiice and in one of the best communities iu tanlocated near Maretburjr and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and incnUivatioii balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and wellsplendid orchard close to school house church and poi oflice A most desirable location and a splendid barjjair Any one wishirn a small farm can buy a 70 acre tr otPof this farm butno buildings would be included on the 70 ace tract if a division is made FARM No Ltr0 acres near BrodI head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 855000 A great bargain 1lew tween Brush creek and Orlando acres in cultivation balance timbere- o ll houses and well watered Will cheap inFAPAI No iOtt acre tract miles west of Mt Vernon on Somerset road liiluresin cultivation balance timber good twostory ivsidence barn and attnecessary outbni dings Lar e orchIala rand jilenty watr Price iHOOtFARM NO So acre near 10tden c good rcsidjnf all mitlier fto in ciiltivnt ion plenty tiirIwr lo ma fariu mud welt watered In ont camt1IEci t uaFreedom1 It most desirable farm lriee a txirgain- TovT PUOPKIJTV A desircabN pica of town property located in Mi Vcrrion 1stl1rwutiC four gun and Sears of pasture to go at bai aiii Property will lie divided ii anil hold in wry way to snit buyer trot bargain for anyone ilesrir pro city in Mt Virnon 11PriceSTANFORD KY Practice limited to Abdominal andt Pelvic Surlier General Surgery Dis eases of Lye Nose Throat Kar hct Genitouriniry and Rectal Diseiies SlinunCastrois prepared to administer Mas sa Ilot Air Vapor Baths IIdrDarby Farad Galvanic and Stut Electricity Make XHavJKxaniina tions Nb contagious dieaes ad promplyALL PHYSICANS INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HERE cox TKEATMENT dArkansas s Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas believed to be the coming and alfalfa countryporous soil and clay subsoil clrfeap est lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas booklet end Homeseekers rates 19 Oct 3and 17 Nov 7 and L 0 SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Kelt Router Qincintuti O Old IIICiiOIIY CHiPS 0Bv nUT Associate Editor Iowa politicians are divdel into sud patters and grand stand pat If Korea feats it will itcjiiire some p aclice bcltue it will he able to tell peace from war Wite cecided not to go lo Chi oigo All light But he iictdutj think Chicago will go to him As she was unable to get an in demnity from Russia Japan wit propbly proceed to take its tquivu lent out ot All that ChiaIf lute of lama secure i to have a bumu of whisky named after him An Omaha fashion writer stae that the latest styl s in Indies hat are very expensive Thats the reason they arc stylish John Hyde is probably wailing until he has some assurance tII the grand jury has h1rgotltI11- what it wanted to ask That California preacher who in sists that Cain was the fiist might tid that hah was the head of the first hhipbui ding trust If the President decides riot to txliplainThe conclusion is furced tint governor of lona has nothing to d iI at home and can give all his time d ecting the afhurs of the nationISince he has adopted bicycling John D Rockefeller nriv drift next into the cigarette habit He would look fifty years younger epdeulicrace touts willgo down and finish Itfire job of cleaning up New Or lens The sportsman statesman ini Washington itha hammer Its shotgun is just now rejoicing over old Virginias bumper crop of parI ridge The Russian soldiers who cut off theirttrigger lingers to keep from facing the Japanese extend an in vitation to one and all to conic and kick em Nsw Orleans has learned the lessoii although it had learned it several times before that the time rote1ItGov Folk deJares that the dol r is not so potent in politics as i used to be In other words the price of votes has increased along with eCCIIillltg else The American hen has a to cluck and cackle The oastI chickenst5280000000 of the wealth of the country mtSynipath for Addicks in the defeat of his political aims is lost in thepleasure of thinking of those Delaware politicians who will have go to work for a living Russell Sage hasnt bought a wig although he greatly admires Mr Rockefeller and had bleu somewhat envious of the odmansscheme to beat the barbers A woman the thirteenth child hdsis at the age of 105 Might have cnuxvii something would happen to her The depressing imvs cons fir m Oster Bay that the President isI iking on flesh again Still he nay once mute get hack to norra after he has h regular v n wretle with t It Senate II the excitement incident to the baseIIalpare hair of a wig the p ach cr pJseems to hive succeeded in Mail trig without anyone noticing From Uesuetir Minn comes tlegrapbie story of an theI hat was struck by lightning charfied after it lead run down Ve wisuder hew that Chefoo r uJetit g t into MSnesota iejjtffrkansas If he follows the Davi r ctics hell need a club more than e dues money There is a stinging comentary on s inillirlllet that thee has been launched devotand exposure of graft among s ofis r r 1j tff J i U ffi lm Fi Z h j = n r 1 Tho Riflel You TIayc Always xolgirt and VIlicll Las lccu in use irir UYCC 10 r ars lr Ltovnc tIJ c cinlRltirC cr 9 allas wc11Udc um1r his pcr L1rftoal s pc visioa siarc its iufaacy tltisI3lPiS l hih1renR1cricuec i9Uliiltit Sht1IndUt Io hA rr1 Ut fi CstGiin is tailless substitute for Castor on Ptreg- enric itills uicl Suotiiif Syrrips It is I1eaanttt ItteuuE either Opium 1lorphiue our ot1c itreoitC- OiStlBC its ago h its grtalaCl It dCStrJS troll ailIeriJllL i It tues 1711tltLEa amid Yind Colic lit vcii es Tectirtng Troubles cures Constipatou and atrienc It ssimlate the rm1 regctiatcs the u sleeptTrCIsr112P ChiMrCIls PmmecaThe Mothers PfeI Z iH IJA TA rV=1 C iS SJd IiJEe the iiigzatilTt of o ff jl t pJltry6j 7= d6 ot4Vd The 1You Have Always Bought 4lGilrIOPA r L J m 3 C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer jConrplgleLINEof Rubes ClkflOi Orders by Telephone attended prultlpt- lyStanford Kv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL VOlUSI Brodbead Granite and Marble Monuments Iand Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN 7 Farm For Sale One acre tract of landon the- atersw of Crooked creel One thvell inr house tiinbor and coal he fat m rhorpborD G CLAKK KssIn order to fi lit the beef trust New York and Nebraska Luclitrj ave secured a little octopi heir own etc for by US and confid ence your and We will send free in plain seakd how cure them Address Advisory Dept The Co Tenn C Williams ATTORNEYATtAW KYj of Churchito collections Phone No Sn ERSIDentistMt If FjrstCrasi f IOFFICEAt on CId the Wil liams PHONE No 73 Will be in BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday IN Take LAXATIKU IJROJid gjf fs NINE All druggists refund the money if fails to cure E W Groves signature on each box 25 cts Japan probably regrets now that Russianftern d WOM1Aj You will never get well and strong bright hap yourifitonic like M i n ofldni I It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink j vegetableingredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstruation dragging down pains It is a building strengthmaking medicine women the only medicine that is certain do you good Try it Sold every in 100 WRITE A LETTER freely frankly in strictest telling us all symptoms troubles advice envelope to Ladies Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga IC Work residence as C C residence office at Tablets it is to druggest bottles YOU AKE FRIENDS ofltaking Cardui have gained lbsandam in better health myIweight in gold to all suffering Jadicsu I ri t f r o iwIA LwK J k Voccsi srAt Soda Fountains s ss a r 5 Cents A t Jr 4