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IQ Ia ublished Every Friday r=r rl ulterUdi ligU ll I VOLUME XIX = 1T VEUSON110CKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 905sUaIBEI RJ04dJ2Gyy7Syp = L cam IIiIIIw ryrl lrLtJ p J L Jfb r J n lli I fI i Ivi jr Im HimA i VA Jb VVHLETIT r14- hN tjES K If pjr I GA ij H mto J I a T r fd ra i B g b s Agy f a = 1 LO 11 tofv y fJJJf J FMJ1 FOR LESS To give a bargain you must firstit We realized this in buying At our I stocksJand consequently can give you greater barc bgeToret Our OVERCOATS SUITS Heavy Shoes Rubbers Outings Flannels Wool WaistingsssLadies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and Underwear are all inland ready for your inspec tion Too busy to write an 1now Come early and see the largest and best selected stock ofI TALL and WINTER goods ever shown in Rockcastle county We are in business to make moneY arid can pest do so by helping you save yours x r x lr D r DDS AND N S THE RAILWAY HEARING The State Railway Commission Ccn tinued It Until October 12 Frankfort Ky Oct 4Thp state railroad commission continued to Thursday October 12 next llicarin of he general complaint of discriuina tion in freight rates filed a atnst aU railroad companies operating in Ken fucky The commission will refuse to allow the Ovvensboro shippers who originated the charges to withdraw them as they gaited to do Tuesday a Gov Beckham Tuesday afternoon ra tamed former United States Senator PIresentmade a party compainant After hearing preliminary motions here tho commission may adjourn to Louisville hear testimony KILLED BY A BELT Every Bone in a Boys Body Was Crushed INCportthe ceiling in tho Higgins Manufactur tog Cos plant at Fifth and WashingIton streets Elmer Greasing powIIcruntil every bone in his body was br- oIwno add to tho horrorifyiug na1 re of the accident the victim fastened In the death trap fe11 low workmen gazing helplessly at him until a physician arrived and cut looseI the belt The men in the place apparently lost presence of mind tem porarily Greasing did not live ngI enough to tell if he knew how he gott caught and was whirled to death REGISTRATION POLLS Numerous Clashes Took Place in Louisville Ky Lousville Ky Oct Numerous clashes have occurred at the registrar tion polls as a result of men with cameras being stations by fiiniou ticket supporters to photograph repeaters Eighth and Main three men ilrcv revolvers ou the man with the camera smashed hls instrument Wand forcel him to Le2 for his life At Ninth au1 Jefferson tests Clarence Spencer WM knocked dawn Iclcia the stoiuaU and his camera smashed Soriotsa trouble is feared as the resut of the ntensa fueling which Is JleveoplL the local campaign vhch oming very hcatc BY AN AUTOMOBILE Valuable Cot Cwred By J Haysa Was Killed Lexington Ky Oct 2A valuable colt by Thirje tam Qiteenle owjie by J II Haggin being led lu front Elmcndorf for the sales was Uillei y an automobile Authorities are eudeav oring to ascertain the name of tie automobilist who was traveling at great speed and who did not check ny after running down the hoi Tia groom was knocked down but not se riously hurt Stoned the Girl VancEburg Ky Oct 2In a pitched batte with revolvers and stones Miss Viola Sartin of Clarksburg near here was struck on the head with a largj stone thrown It Is said by Mart Set set and Is believed to be beyond covery Selser has just been acquitted of the charge of grand larceny Wants the Speed College LeitciiSeid Ky Oet3Central Cit is anxious to obtain the Speed college and offers 50 acres of land as a site and proposes to contribute 3000J twothirds of which is already pledg ed In addition to this Central prposes to furnish lights water an coal free for iive years Louisville HorseShow IxmlsviKe Ky Oct 3Witheast prizes tctallins 30000 making it in this respect second only to theNevr York horse show and with many mous exhibitors bringing the crea fancy bred equines the Louisvillo 0 horse show opened Found Mangled Body Covington Ky Oct Trainmen on the L N K C division foam the mangled body of a white man near the north entrance of the tunnel at Grants Bend Thee fragments of tha etlltoNew Church at Barbourville Barbourville Ky Sept 30Tha contract has been let for the construe lion of the new building for the First Methodist church and work will begin immediately The building wilt cost shout 8000 when completed Daugherty Elected OwingsvilleKy Oct 4At th regular meeting of the Bath fist Court here the office of county turn pike commissioner was created and County Judge John A Daugherty waIf elected to the position at a 1000 per year Purchased Coal Lands ML Sterling Ky Oit 3 Cleveland 0 capitalists are repotted to have purchased 10000 acres of coat and tfm jer lands in Whitiey county ata fat 3y figure Thsy will open several co mites and start coke ovens fomnmDmt1idgiskM KWeaya eaci Blattfi Right e A rIFAYETTE COpJTY HOME J The K jWithHopkinsville Kypct 4The open ing exercises of the grand lodge of r iUnionrade with nearly 400 KnighU in line t Jgrand inIjJ most prosperous condition in Ken tucky The board of control of the widows and orphan Viome fundsubj detail a report oftle homet begging that the representa fImlttXjln with it to a true Pythian resolution authorizing the GibsonIof 30000 provided 10000 of the sum be donated by Lexington j cited It Is stated that the chaIrmanI of the committee from the Lexington j lodges gave 10000 to the board ter r it was ascertained that 4000 of this amount had been given by the fiscal court of Fayette county and f 000 by the Lexington city council sometime ago j IIMITATES TRACY Compelling People To Cook For Him Frankfort Ky Oct 3 Frankfort officers learned that Henry Brie the desperate murderewbf Loekport Hen ry county went to the home of Wil andIhim lie had a Winchester rifle and two pistols He is apparently playing Tracy game and will likely die with his boots on as those who know him say he is a bold and desperate man There Is a reward of 450 for him for the Polar murder His son Leo Briley who was implicated in the murder has been taken to Louisville for safe keeping THE ENTRANCE GUARDED Into a Cave the Bloodhounds Chased Thieves Vanceburg Ky Oct 3Word was received here that bodlhounds had tracked tits safe blowers alto robbail liaincv Bro store at Carter City Fr lay night into one of the Tarn cavcs of Carter comity fir that partley were guarding the cave 2500 was taken by the thieves There s no batik at the place and the large safe was user by the people generally as a depository Laval parties are sus pected of the crime- MINERAL LANDS A Deal Clossd For 22C30 Acres In liott County t entuekyt ML Sterling Ky Oct 4A New York syndicate headed by David Dra per of South Africa has Just closet a deal for 22000 acros of fine mineral lands in Elliott county at 32 per acre On these lands is the supposed din mond fields in Kentucky and the new company will at once begin their do veopment Draper is a diamond pert and states the same land of ore is found in Elliott county as that dis covered in the African territory Dangerous Men Escape Lexington Ky Oct 2Charles Ix gan Bohn a wife murderer transfer red from the penitentiary and Otis escapeddfrom the state asylum means of a rope made of bedclothing The men are dangerous and officers in all theyalertIRise in Price of Oil Lexington Ky Oct 3The feature of greatest interest in the Kentucky SeptemberJwas maining at 75 cents a barrel the low est price in the history of the field for a period of six months four ad maces were made during the month aggregating eight cents per barrel SPeclatmLeltchfield Oct 3 The Kentucky alfalfa and corn special train arrived here and was met by a large delegation of farmers and farmers clubs Prof P F Holden of Iowa 1made an address on corn and corn growing Joseph a Wing of Ohio spoke to a large audience on the moth ods of growing alfalfa Alice and Teddyy Newport Ky Oct 4Agirl and a JIaBeck and Alice Roosevelt Deck Beck every other year since 18S4 has been rendered doubly happy by twin pres ents from his wife 1AFatal Runaways Salem KyOct4 Mrs W Cham Llplan while driving with her husband was Instantly killed In a runaway and the remains were interred in Union cemetery Mr Champion was serious ly injured and the chances for his covery are doubtful Mangled By a Train Owingsville Kyv Oct 1Roe Hat ton 30 unmarried was run over and instantly tilled by ah eastbound Ches PrsLloff and the trunk mangoes CABTO xLlara toght SIofUcCl t t 2 il lot Best vt e O Ualityi 3 I Established =4 tc14J = Jr i R I i Rr I ill H IlfrI gLatestCi j Y y y Is Known y Four Important Characteristics f r1 1 Superior quality of its goods 2 eagerness for late styles lull novelties 4 A 3 the lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons 5 V w iyy W THIS is the foundation of our business ana for lf years we have hold strictly to the above principles Thats why our store has grown to bo the biggest and most popular in fthis town and thats why we have made a success iHAVING just returned from the market centers we are prepared to say that we have AW itincludesDress Goods and Trimmings Furnishing Goods A k Clothing Shoes c W Remember our Fall Opening September IGth which and each day thereaftervwe A will be glad to show you through our extensive line and give you prices cheaper than the r i cheapest No space here for quoting prices but will say this much can sell you a Tip Jgi EriW Lowest Prices p 1EiBROD1IEAD KENTUCKY Headquarters Perfect iqI rx I rcct ff r l1 LNvrti 1 i cEfrt to i1 fJdoaaJ CJaiOZl70dOfiL7Ljzj17CJ cJJL fT 5 = f u cw 7 t f- IrheGibralter of Roclccastle county t 1 Ins titztionst- i f itV J 7i ILl y N 1 Kg 11 OF iI ODHEAD KY Iti3 h y 1 i 5KL vk t 6 I Offers to the people a safe and conservative p Banking Systems 1 d C OF i fj 11ACCOUNTS ora io s rcia trm t g ve guarantee a pleas I Q iC Pay 3 per cent interest on all tlepositsoflOOI 1i l or more when loft in bank monthstCJsJWilHUTCHESON Casheitj r ff1E z t 7fjf tlJ17LiaaLba 7dau ijL1 tL7dL1 L7lfL7tdo C t QUAIL WM Vanderpool of Jessanine bought of W H Brown Jr a tbtee year old mare for 10rJacob Elder is selling out his stock of goods at costJohn W Stringer Jacob Elder and family and Ransom Brown and family will probably leave soon for Texas Messrs Harve Collier and A Bas tin of Crab Orchard are talking ofd moving their saw mill near Jacob EldersRev R E Todd filled his regular appointment at Bethel SuudavMrs Largent o near Bee Lick died Sunday a outt 2 oclock after an tithes af seven mouths of that dreaced disease consumption She leaves a hits band father and mother and fivI brothers to mourn their loss remains were laid to rest in1 Providence cemetry Funeral services were held by Rev R E Todd IElc1tr Martin Owens spent Wednesday last with Mr J N Brown at Level Green FULL OF TRAGIC MEANINGI As these lines from J H Sin mans ot Casey Ia Think wlrat might have resulted from his teri ble cough if he had not taken th medicine about vJiich he writes rlhad a fearful cough that dis bed jmy nights rest I trier every thing tint nothing would re lieve it until I tookDr KingsNe Discovery for Consumption Cough and Golds which completely cured rme InstantlyreJleve and tier minenlly cute throat nod lung dista ei prevents grip arid monia at Mt Vernon nru Guaranteed 50 cts and Ijc Trial bottle tree PLS 1887 Always 3 for Bargains csr lflIIIeyP F Cable and wife who have been visiting here left Saturday on a trip through the moun tains with their shoreJohn and Bogue Cable let Saturday for auaTFR Gentry and J P YH Hams were in Crab Orchard Satur ay on busiueasJ H Williams is home from Corbin for a few days where he has been doing carpenter willffourth Sunday after which the schtilsift1 chile for this Miss Lou Ouens has returned to Pine Hill There is talk opening a new public road near here leading from Mr Shivels near Broehead up the creek and intersecting with the road Iracitng to Quail l arthO jSnodgrass ifaTin It is a much needed and would open up a section of country extending for milesln fact it would make a comparatively level road leading from Brodhead to the western part PulaskieAutumn IS here end oh what springltil nUllnature st gar mcnts seined to hid us one grand glorious welcome Now OH ktves come tumbling to the grviml birds seek the shelter of som friendly vid soon tins old earth will even shrink from v or i Y t1 I Jft3 sr- i An at we Service ri the ar Ada Indi year of rock footsteps and seem to say Leave me that I may Bleakbarren and cold lament my deplorable state end pine for my lost glory Oh then that we had the the wings of the dove or wealth of the Vander hilts that we might flee to some Southern clime and there bask inythe wmn sunshine and breathe the fresh pure air of a never ending summertime SpeeiatIrain was g en a wherever it stopped between Lou isville and Paducah and the most earnest attention was paid by the farmers as the lecturers made their addressesRoyal i Baking r Powderis i ICiean1 of Tarta- rAbsolutely rz i Pure Makes the food f I t more Wholesoij and Delicious MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEPT 9 1905 1EDGAR SUBSCRIPTION ONE YRAR ioo Advertising tales made known on application There has been a popular demand for and as a result of that demand an Independent ticket has been selected and candidates t agree d upon for four of the county offices The SIGNAL abiding its own time has had but little to say desiring to await developments As a result of our failing to speak some have said that iwe are i Republican and at hea t for the ticket named at the primary elec tion Others have smdno that we are a Democrat while others are willing to wager a rotten apple that we sire neither because we have had nothing to sty From our viewpoint it is the highest duty of both Republicans and Democrats to look first and foremost to the countys best inter ests putting that above all things tlse The officers of Rockcastle canpass no Democratic or Repub lican Legislation All they can do is to execute the laws and conduct the fiscal affairs of the county Hence the people shouldalways try to find and elect those men who wIllexecute the laws and give us a thorough bussinesslike administra tion regardless of their politics or their religion But whether we be called a Democrat or Republican this paper stands for the best interests of the county and the people it represents We believe that an office is a public trust and that an officer is an agent and servant of his creators the people that whether he be a Democrat or Republican if he be elected to office and does not deport bimself as an officer should and does not fully carry out his duties as such he should be deposed by the people and another placed in his stead who will Whatever we may say in this campaign will be prompted by an honest desire to see our county improve that pros perity may abound that the laborer may get the very highest wages possible for his work done and that the farmer may receive the greatest pi ice for his products that our laws may be executed honestly impar tially and fearlessly hat some in ternal improvement may be made each year and that the people will have something to show for their taxes paid into our treasury annually In order to do this the citi zens iq this county should lay aside party passion and prejudice and vote for men who will act with a willIstr e to build up the county mor ally intellectually and commercial ly The great majority of our people know the candidates on both sides You know their respective claims upon your votes and whether of not they are entitled to your suffer age If you art nut thoroughly posted as to the reasons why you should vote for some and oppose others inquire of those who are suf ficieutly advised Seek honestly dispassionately and earnestly ir respective of party the best men to vote for and then may God give us grace courage and strength to go to the election booth in Novem ber next and do our full duty for our home and vatic eland WITH this issue the SIGNAL begins its Nineteenth year For neat ly six years of that time the Ues ent mangement has been in charge We know full well what the past has been and we sincerely trust that the future will be na worse NEWS ITEMS The jury was completed Satur day and the hearing of evidence begun at Russellville in the case of W R Fletcher accused of crimi nally assulting Mary Gladder Troops are closely guarding the jailThe Chesapeake and Nashville t Irailroad which was sold Saturday to W H Northcutt of Louisville was bought for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company the formal transfer papers haying been r filed in the county clerks office at Kyr the bigamist was a mob upon leav ing the court room in New York where he was sentenced to an ag gregate term of nineteen years in prison Judge Aspenwall said he t Ieto The yellow fever situation is re recordiheretotore failed to malignant Judge Beuton in the Clark Cir cuit Court refused to kraut a new trial to B F French who was fined 5000 for alleged enticing away of witnesses in the damage suit of Mrs James B Marcum for th murder of her hui buud Great gratification is expressed in New Orleans that President Roosevelt has decided to visit that city and active preparations for hi reception will be begun at once Reports from all over the fever zojie are very encouraging In order to avid any cotnpca tions over the quarantine regula dcIe to return to Washington on hoard a cruiser He will leave Washing ton on Oct 18 and will visit S Augustine Mobile Tuskegee Birmingham Little Rock and New Orleans in the order named NasbvilleIconnecting with the Louisville Nashville railroad has been sold by William A Webb of New York tor 300000 to William A North cutt of the law department of the Louisville S Nashville railroad Mr Northcutt decliued to say whether he bought the road for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company POLITICS AND POLITICIANS IThe Harrison County Democratic has demanded of E K Renaker that he withdraw as the candidate for State Senator from the district comprising Nicholas Robertson and Harrison counties on account of the Whitaker slaw der suit verdict Renaker has is sued a card asserting that he will tot withdraw Cat SCOTTSl When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion JQU know what you want the nan knows you ought to have t Dont be surprised though f you are offered something se Wines cordials extracts tcf of cod liver oil are plenti ul but dont Imagine you are jetting cod liver oil when you ake them Every year for thirty ears weve been increasing he sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always seen better than any substitute for It Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 103415 Pearl Street New York SOc and S1OO All druggists TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oueway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for th homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sal every first and third Tuesdays o each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop ever privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve James Walters Duffield Va writes I had cascer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica salve healed it and now is perfectly wel1 Guaranteed for cuts and burns 256 at Vernon Drug Co i 111 NiESJJ GA tl IA THOROUGH investigiliun his ahutti to out Icustomers that we are Headquarters for Bar eguns Thtts why our trade is largo and ilcreasIin it It will pay you to investigate cur prices fluff give iusyour trade We pay you the highest prices for your produce and you go away satisfied ISpecial Bargains DresslGoods IA C HIATT 1 H ATT K Y I H mBB j e m iItJII afullulcSchool Hats and invite the ladies of the county to yuuoaa j fiBBd f21 1 ErErEtErEEgam EXCLUSION LAWS The Subject Was Up For Consideration at a Meeting of the Cabinej AN IMPORTANT FACT DEVELOPED- The Ireddims Effort to Allay the liuii iiitiiiii nl the Chinese in u Measure Failed Their Complaints Are Directed Rather Against the Construction Placed on thcLaw Than Against the Act Itself Washington Oct 4The must in rosting subject discussud at the cab iiiPt mceng were first the Chinese boycott ajrainst American good and second the consideration of com plaints made by the Chinese against the method of execution of the exist lug ChincKA exclusion laws The im portant fact developed was that tho presidents effort last sunaasr to al lay indignation of the Cl tneso by a trcular of instructions iu ha Amer ican minister to China and consular officers tlicrcisj had in a measure failed of its purpose and ro mired con siderable armentl seat toccurc the object sought Minister Itcckhlll him self reported that it ha not been mound jwssible to earn out the instruc ions contained in thri circuar without doing great iaj stir to worthy Chinese and i lr sing burdens too heavy to lu borne rpoa the American consuls JStcrctary Tafttonl a nrominent part in the discuss on of air mater when it was branched Secretary Root and presented rome ii results of his obscTvstiorn on his iecant trip It developed halhc requirement that the Anierir i r isus identify the Chi neso reeking ert iciirs admitting them to Arne car ports imposed a task u jn orcias eyond their ability Chutes Applicants Tai r hinesR applicant frequently camo from soon pTace far distant from tln Americ t consulate and the consul gas conc aenty obliged to re furo to identify as proper persons to be adm ted to the tn ted States many worthy Chinese which of coon 11 to bitter complaint and fostered the boycott fooling Thou a Chinese mer chant who lies cd to semi his son as a she ar Distant to his branch store in the United rtates with a view to ultimately adirittinsr the son to part nership found that tire boy was barred on the charge that he was a coolie These were only a few of the com plaints made agalrst the administra tion of the existing exclusion law The cabinetewas after al were diret3tel father against lawfclaly aeainsi the definition given in California to the term coolie fie It was practically decided that some Impor tant change in the present regula tions must lie made Thursdays session was the first reg ular meeting of tho cabinet held for some months and it was one of tha- on =cst held during the administra tion of President Roosevelt IN CLUMP OF BUSHES A Wealthy New Yorker Found Dead Near Haverford Pa Philadelphia Oct 4The body of Peter H Thompson the wealthy New Yorker who has been missing from the private sanitarium of Dr I P Roberts at Llanarch was found iu a clump of bushes in a strip of woods and just back of Haverford Pa near here In his right temple was a bul let hole and beside him was revolver emptyawas an state of decomposition In the pockets of the dead man were found 1044 and a gold watch and chain The missing man was formerly vice president of the Peter Adams Pa ner Co a New York concern and he- t a lived in Brooklyn = a reretf iro1 active business about six years ago JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Pleaded Guilty To Malfeasance and Oppression in Office Kansas City Oct 4A J Liddil justice of the peace at Independence Mo a confederate veteran and one of the lieutenants of Quantiill tho guerilla pleaded guilty in the criml ual court here to a trivia charge of malfeasance and oppression in office He was given a light fine which was paid promptly This conviction under the laws of Missouri acts not only as tn ouster from office but forever de bars Liddil from holding office in this state Death of Gen William Sinclair Washington Oct 4DrIg Gen liam Sinclair U S A retired du here of Brights disease He hadv brilliant military career serving in many of the n fable engagements of the civil war He was born in Ohio 70 years ago Consul George L Dobson Resigns Washington Oct 4George L Dob son of Iowa formerly a secretary of state has resigned his position as con sul general at Hang Chow China aft er but very few weeks of work He complains of the mode of life of the Chinese NOT WHAT HE WANTED Michigan A Agriculturist Doubt Conj cernlrg Department Literature Sent HimIThere Is a farmer whose views as to the cultural department as a national insti tution have been sadly changed A let ter received at the department a few days ago contained a plaintive wall from the disillusioned soil tiller reports the Star The Honorable Secretary of Agricul ture he begins Esteemed Sir I take my pen iu hand to write you about the agricultural department dont suppose you want to hear from me but I want you to read this communication As help to pay your salary you ought to do it will be as short as can- have been a farmer all my life and there aint any mortgage over my head I aint generally regarded as a kicfcer dont think the world owes me a IIvln and I sure am a hog for work do I think I know it all and some ago when I heard you had experts find out about everything and send advice to farmers I thought It was fine I asked my congressman what should do to get some of this free advice and he told me to write to the publication division of the agricultural department mention ing his name I did so saying was a farmer that didnt know it all and that t was after some bulletins to help me iu my a weeE later continued the wrlteru package came for me and I was real tickled and after me and Mirandy had finished supper and the dishes was wiped I sets down and opens the package intending to absorb some ofthat free information right thereon the spot having concluded that Id been farming too long in the old ignorant way But Ill be honswaddled If wasnt surprised when I picked up the first bulletin to see that it was called a pre liminary study of the germination of the spores of agarieus rampostris and other basisiomycetous fungi Mr Sec retary Im plumb ignorant but I never tackled a crop like that and I aint going to I looked through the book but couldnt make head or tall of it sot just laid myseJrllslippedWhen I opened that second bulletin outI1andishformation of the spores In the sporangia of rhlzopusnigracansandof phycomyccs nitens Without going too much into my feelings when I read that thing Ill continue aye third bulletin picked up was about the physiological role of min eral nutrients In plants which didnt mean a whole lotto me the fourth told liow to cultivate the Central American rubber tree and the fifth was about wjthertip and other diseases of citrous trees and fruits caused by colletotrichun gloesperloides Youcan believe me Mr tellyonthatdaiutgoin c AtCostForCashHaving Houk in the firm of BLOU Adams Iwill sell all goods at COST for Cash When we say leaST we mean COST We have one of the most complete line of goods in town and being compelled to raise about 3000 in a short time to pay to Mr Houk we are going to give to our customers Bargains nev er before offered in Mt Vernon 700000worth of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing and otions included in this stock andall will go at cost for m cash Examine before buying Yours for business J T ADAMSi i J Successor to HOUK ADAMS in Michigan and that dont give a cuss whether its the colletotrichum gloes porloides or something else that dont agree with citrons trees befausc aint got any The next rage of these valued documents which met my eye the farmer went on to say was about the per matogencsis and fecundation of zainia and the next was about the North American species of spartina That last was real welcome because Id heard about it before somewhere hit other wise it wasnt valuable bccaus aint ever going to plant it on my farm- I was a little bit encouraged but the next one I looked at set me hack for it was about experiment in range im provement in central Texas That was in plain Etglish but I aint as much interested as I might be iti things down that way but I guess Ill keep the bul letin by me in case I should ever move The next one I looked at was about cop per as an algiclde and disinfectant in water supplies I was plumb poisoned by a copper kettle once and Ive got a fine spring on my place besides a wind mill which pumps water out of a well for the stock There were only three more of them books left tie farmer sadly wrote and they were all disappointing One of them told about the metiods for con trolling and reclaiming sand dunes of which there aint any on my farm the second was about the pricily pear and whichIcruel to animate and the last of thi Latch was tailed budding the pecan Ive read la the papers aboitloopng the loop and if budding the ecan is anything similar I rant see 1y heck wht Its pot to do with farming Iloring that youll read this ietter f lint that I got the wrong pnctre L- yaiataLenot Wanting ti think urkindly vt you and the agricultural iepartme t I remain with respect TI Tate of Young BfJlups Ilenaw s ms s telligitie oaj says it is ond curious ch rae Dilsey a youn Rihrno ly recently said to her mammy ups what has become of young Tm Bli l De Ian sakes Miss Baby Atnit DiUey repllsrf with uplfted hands a ryes like saucers he done run off o de great imposition out west bu vc aint heard from him nary line ceptu 14 tis one o dese sumpn ner plcturj card an I jcs believe Miss Bib dot hfs done been catnapped Mother Succeeds Son t Wallace Hubbard assistant forester I cf the government forestry who was lately drowned canoe trip down the Potomac SerTIClI succeeded by his widowed Mrs Hubbard formerly filled lion in the interior department CASTORIAIForInfunts The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the of ST FRANCIS VALIEI LANDS Of Southwest Missouri and North yeast Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits ant vegetables Yield big crop investijK32i Write St Valley booklet t O SCHAEF R T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati Ot fOlmllOlffiYANDTAR teic4t ficrtt r Xeplates- r t E a rK rSJ Cq I i T v rft tI SHOES2 HAVE you examined our line e0f Spring and Summer R tie S HOE S a Inott dont tail to do so before 4 M j buying k PRICE a nlrnlt AfTT Mt Vernon Ky y 4y r C Jr r Mi1 NlcKEHZIE Izssmzst rlij will ahvavrf find a good selection of Dry molls and b Notions y v C Red FHIN G I rlVc carry full line of Clothing tint will suit all I- it Ilndngcs Our goods are right and our prices l TiSht Yours very truly lireI d Phone No 83 JO IAS f 2ct E3ZSE hfB rJONAS McKENZIE = YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNON will give It careful attention This message applies to the men anti the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 810001 more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C G WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashie- rJ T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Buildrnjc permits in Louisville saved dtu fng the month jvu ended intmbered 21 the total cost being J32820aat compared with 191 p artnits fprhinldings costing i4 370 in the sv ne month in 19 M r f 5c r t rl usE 11 M ARKS SI a CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers v Cast leaStWear Best I Sales111an E c B06t3S a J DCIIoa t 4 i i Bi t lI AyR iot MTV RNON SIGNAL l1r Vgrt ON KY SEPT 29 1905j f ZOColi n up No 79 when wool to Con nunl coto write SIGNAL 79 cJITIME TABLE 2 north iaj p m 2north 332311 23 south 124 p ir 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No Entered lit the Mt Vcriion Ky Pos1offirt as secondclass mail inalter PEE SON Ah Miss Ila M Taylor is in Cincin nati Ars Henderson is visiting rek tits here Col W J Sparks was in Louis ville j csterdav r E Thompson has moved into the Joplin property Lester Hilton is agent of the L N office at Pine Hill p Judge Jacob Sambrook was here Wednesday for a few hours Miss Clyde Miller of Corhlll is visiting the Misses Lichleiter- E B Brown will move to the property purchased of Mrs Rice Miss Eva Baugh has returned to her home at Mershous X Roads- C C Cable is assisting W A Carson in painting the dormitory- S F Sams of Livingston is do ing the brie work at the dormitory M J Miller Jr is moving tor the W J Sparks property on main street Mr and Mrs R Llewellyn of McKee were guests of friends here tillS week Mr and Mrs H J Mullins were guests of their Mrs UI G Baker SnndaytlMisses Susie and Annie Thompson attended the W C T U Con vention at London V G Smith assistant cashier of the Citizens Bank Brodhead was here Vedneday Rev Baxter and family will in leave next Tuesday for Denver Col to make their future home AV A Carson the Brodhtad painter is giving the finishing touches to the dormitory- Mr and Mrs Emmett Hansel are visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs Zack Hansel here E A Herrin the all round me chanic is here this week doing some brick work for different par tie3 Ao W Sonardwho has been faithful at his case in this office for the past four years resigned and accepted a position in Cincinnati Assessor H C Kirby atd his splendid deputy W T French began the assessment of the coiinly MondayW took his gristmill to Louisville this week to have it repaired The mill will be in operation tomorrow P H Shuns is in Louisville buying goods His many friends will be glad to know that he is meeting with splendid suet essin his new businessS Martin left Sunday for Lynchburg Va From there he will go to North Carolina and in all will be gone about three months Duck Cable who is well known to Rockcastle people is here and will give his show at the Court House tonight Mrs Cable is with him J E Houk left yesterday morn ing for Jamestown LJ where he has bought a large general store His sisters Mary and Allie Lee will leave in about two weeks and make their home with him Mrs K L Tanner of McKin ney went up to Brodhead Wednes day to visit her daughter Mrs ShugarsMr A C Hiatt of Hit tatt Rockcaslle county was or JTuesdays train returning from Louisville where he bought goods galore Interior Journal- R W Cole left Tuesday morn ing for Whitesburg where he wili institute a lodge of Knight Tern plars Mr Cole was commissioned for this work by tIle Grand Master of the order of the State Moun tai n Advocate Bob as he is f jniliarly called is a whole soul fe Ipwand has rauny warm friends in b MJijn n a IRrrr I rt0r i ov LOCAL Pine Hill is to have a day night telegraph office The Rockca st e ReaTE Tate Co has a number of desir blr Rcckcas tie farms for sale If ou are interested in a tc tv corporation dont fail to attrhd the meeting at the court house next Mond y night YOUBreak up that cold with SURE SHOT COLD CURE MadeI and sold by sep 22 51 MT VKRNON DRUG Co A protracted meeting begins at Buckeye next Monday night conducted by Rev J H Lmerick of VVliiamstown A new side track has been 01 dercd for Maretburg and there is some talk of puttng up a depot and installing a telegraph office Sheriff H L Tate took Arthur Dollins to the State prison at Frankfort last Tuesday who wa sent for five years for horse stealing We undestand there is some probability of there being an It d pendent candidate for sheriff The matter will br definitely decide to day When in town dont fail to stop in and s e Mrs Cleo Browns dis lay of Hats It is the place tr buy your hats and am always glad to see you Dont forget the place yep 22 3t MILLINERY OPENINGd I cordially invite every one to attltend my opening of Fall and Win ter Hats Saturday Oct 7 1905 MRS MACGIB J MARTIN sep292t Brodhead Kys U G Baker has purchased the Newcomb property in the North em part of town Mr Baker ex pects to move into the property away This is one of the most beautiful homes in town or Mr Den McClure and Miss Bessie Reynolds will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at theI home of the bride at Maretburg next Monday They will snake a home at 1023 Vine St Parr 10 THE CITIZENS OF MT VERNON Believing that it is to the interest ofall the people of Mt Vernon to have a town government I now propose that the people meet mass convention at the court house on Monday Oct 9th at 7 oclock to advise togdheralld nom inate a ticket of five trustees pc lice judge and marshal to be voted for at the regular November elec Hope every one interested in the welfare of our town will come and take part in the convention J T ADAMS Police JuJge The dormitory is nearing comt pletion and is indeed quite an ad dition to the town to say nothing of what it means to the school It is just a little over a week until the tchool willopen and everyin dication points to a most successfull years work Through lor the Principal in her untireing efforts in behalf of the school lib eral donations have been made a splendid faculty has been secured and many conveniences and ad vantages will be offered the students which in the past have been denied for the want of sufficient means We look forward to a bright future for the Brown Memorial School A local newspaper reflects the business interests of a town in its advertising columns A business man looking for a location always examines the newspaper to see how his paalicular line is represented If he is a grocer and finds none vertising he concludes that there are no grocers or if there are they are all dead If he is a doctor or a lawyer he looks over the pro fessional cards to see if his profess ion is represented Among the farmer subscribers the home paper has a similar mission The pros pective Buyers like an invitation to come and trade with the merchants A card of professional men is jus as essential as the sign in front o f their door A hardware man need not heat his store to keep s 1from freezing He might have booth out on the street or at skating pond stnddoa lot of business instead of paying rent at his store and buying fuelto heat it with but it might not be economy to do so Just so with advertising It is not a throne but rather lair economical ProPosition recognized by the best menIove er YJuurnalNr tI 4 ft SHOWS rxl3 OU We will fit and sell you a truss orlyour money hack Call and see Sept 22 st MT VERNON DRUG Co Mrs Cleo W Brown is the place logo to get up todate things in Hats Baby Cap Tam O hanlers BagsnLaces etc Come in and lock al ways glad to sty you sep 22 3t State Development Convention A NOTABLE MEETING OP BUSINESS MEN OF KENTUCKY ed Governor IJeckharn and Senator- TlcCreary Chairmen Senato- rIJlachburnToastnaster M The Fourth Annual State Devel opment Convention at Louisville Oct 10 i rand 12 under auspi ces of the Louisville Commercial Club is promising of farreaching t results to the good old Common is iveallh In every county and city iiithe alIatein their respective communities have been appointe delegates and urged to attend The Convention will continue three days holding six business sessions Gov Beckham will pre aide over these sessions the first Senator Blackburn the sec and Senator McCreary the A banquet will close the occasion over which Senator Blackburn will preside as toastmaster One special feature of the ses ions will be a roll call of counties during which some delegate will answer the following questions What inducements are offered by county or city to capital seeking investment biWhatoher do you most need What are its products what are resources What does it need in the way of development to make ita richerU more productive county The information complied in this way will be given wide publicity he through the industrial journals- of the United Slates to attract capi tal seeking investment in Kentucky Following are the delegates appointed for Rockcastle County W J Sparks Mt Vernon J OBrannamanWildie James Maret Mt Vernon- A G Lovell Mt Vernon E S Albright Mt Vernon Jacob Sam D brook Livingston Judge S D Lewis Mt Vernon The railroads have granted rate of one fare plus 25 cents for round ip froirumy point in Kentucky LEVEL GREEN Onr farmers are all done fodder- ing and most of the wheat ground is broke ready for sowing but the game of sowing has been complete y blocked by the failure of the arrival of Joseph Smiths fertilizerS More trade traffic buying and selling are being done by our citizens than heretofore during the year The corn this j ear is going to be very fiine in this vicinity Jarvis J Brown contemplates putting in a cane mill with evaporator attached and if he does our boys and girls will get sweet from the farmers syrup Mr Vanhook of whom we wrote last week sold hia franc for the sum ofi6ooCam Sow der Jr of Berea is visiting relatives 3 and friends here Mitchell iNorton and wife of Plato visited J Ni Brown Wednesday and helped 3 to make the time pass more pleas aritly for a man who has been con fined to his bed for more than a year Wade Brown who is at the I hospital at Stanfor J reports that he is improving very fastCole man Broughton and Bill Brown are the boss wood choppers of this community having sawed cut put and put up one fourth ft cord in a dayJonas Pitman purchased a combined saddle and harness horse for the sum of 130 from James BroylesH C Broughton reports a lively trade now trot hay jug been troubled by any drum iners this week Mullins La atthe Stanford pensWm H Brown who has been troubled with a severe headache partook of i foraevery reports an diate and agreeable cure Toney Hatcher a brakeman of Corbin has been visiting his parents near Level GreenWe learn that Mrs Nicey Overbay formerly Miss Nic ey DeEoard o this is rInioned Dr Price Sirs Forbes o Wildie Mrs AmatrdaDeBpardandf LeonaCatron visited JJ Brown Here a few for the bops tugran inar AI dheCEy Y 1 wenti r Jt rxHr MJ town Parse even His NAmX John Parse John He call fu JOHN Parse John He WAS CALL UD JOHN Pars was called and John Thjs is the that that I told you to parse stud not that that pare1lbisto Mr Sim Davis Buck Varnon 1hursidaB 110 iEADJ visitingin atRockhold1isMrs C 11 Frith are visiting rela fives and friends at Livingston The surprise party at Doss Lula ngiitwaslargelyby all present who were Misses Bettie Hicks Maud Watson Fran cis Forbes Bessie Keisling Bur rletla Owens Jewel Fancisco dt Barton and Lula Haggard and boy too numerous to mention- C C Cable was in Garrard this week Horace Btfuton of Living stein is with homefolks fur a fe- wdrys1l A Carson and C C paintinghevisiting h r brother Bert Rob at Hubersnam Tenn E JHatnru has returned to Lebanon spending a few days wit- hhmuefolksIV A Tyree our boss contractor is at home from Corbin for a few daysF L Thompson is in town every day it seems Edgar Dunn went over to Diiiville last 1uedayThe spe cial at Mrs Belle Reynolds was well attended and enjoyed by those pesent and everybody left saying they were glad they attended OTTAWAA- brifyht Brothers are in the mow tcH0tomill that was burned down a fenweeks agoLeonard Preston itstill improving Mrs Lula Las well who has in 0forblessed to return to her brighteyed in and husband in about 5 who are awaiting her contsingfleeTsaac Herrin still con tinues about the same Mrs Pres ton Overbey is very low with phoid feverMrs Blanton is num with sick at this writing ncle Albert Albright has pur chased a buggy for the benefit of his old days We hope they may lengthened and he may taktI many happy ridesMr O Hamm and family visitei his brother R H Hamm last Sun dayArch Hayes and uncle spent Sunday last at Maretburg Mrs Billie Brown who has been sick for some time still re mains very lowMis Sarah Sow der is on the sick list Albert wens has returned from Corbin Mrs Steve Albright has bee visiing her uncle David Elder Miss Alba Albright spent Sunday with Miss Ollie Williams Mr J Aamm is still riding and whistling as usual DONT BORROW TROUBLE anytpossibly borrow When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia hilliousness Brights dis ease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elec fete Bitters Her you will find and permanent forgetfulness all your troubles and your bOth will not be burdened by a load ol debt disease At Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Price Soc Guaranteed ilAyersl Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If t- heSarsqrilia stomach then dyspepsia appetiteYour I remedy used for 60 years afiReturning front tile Culau war I was perfect wreck MMI ti kit and my talttt was of Arcr Sarapai1tacomnctehctrel IJotnLKi Scranton Pat COAllcuarapwl Impure Stood thoUOwels1PLAN TO GET RICH Are often frustrted by sudden breaking down due to the dyspep sia or constipation Brace up and tike Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new Stott Dure headache and dizziness too At Mt Veruoi Drug Co 25 guaranteed James OBrien has been acquit ofconiphcityfa negro fl1NfA1iDT1jps c JIijWj S t i fi ifti 11 f J1 Y- Jan d will L l1 id monorder tc SHcant malt U Eat Dr Daisy PateL Tu5claw glass wa MarII 600 GIVENI t Christmas Presents Subscribers to fori Weekly Courier Journal o The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersous paper wants share the profits of this prosper year with its subscribers It to give away twenty Christ presents ranging from 100 20 amounting to 600 in all There will he four general presents too 50 and 20 and sixteen of 30 and 20 to be given the statesof Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Mis ouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Courier J o1rnal giving full details It will be sent free TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersigned having been restored to health simple means after suffering for several Te rs with a severe lung nftection and that dread disease is anxious to snake kiiirrn to his fellow sulftr ors the means cf cure To those who desire it he will checi fully send free of charge a OJlflf the prescription used will tillcla sure cure for Co 3UMlTlox UTAUKII llROXCIIITIS cud all Ihmatand lour MAIADIKS lie hope all sufferers wilfry hs remedy as it is nuble hose desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may drove a blessing will please address Rev Brooklyn New York yrn TEXAS I fyou are contemplating a change why not locate in Texas where the Winters rre mild and a home can be purchased for what you pay an nually in rent in the North East Texas offers opportunities for fruit and crutk growers not equaled in any other seclioD of our country Write for literature and Houieseek ers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O WITH CHARACTER or TM- CWOMANI i Take The Kentucky Distillers anJ Warehouse Company filed a deed releasing a mortgage for 5000000 on the fiftysix distilleries by the Company in Kentucky The issue of Leaves of Healing surprised Chiosgo with the hews that Alexander aparalytict last Sunday r ti r M J n f14 f i5tea 1l ii 1s j t ift Ifii 1i l tdl i f s n 2c t t lt d jft L ltf1nnin1n1tn Willis Griffin = PRACTICAL EL UNDERTAKER E AND = W tG FUNERAS DIRECTOR 4 E s = t = 07 Mt Yernon Kv g Stock Complete Can furnish on short m iiStice MetalicXollins and Caskets and Embalming Edo11C Bifie Hearse attached 2 ORDERS bywire Promptly Filled = No 63 = 71111 U iUH11UUl illHi HI Hl1U U1JlUllllUlilHHH11li illi L RB YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment S C DAViS Propr PHONR No 53 lX rot O Ao 0 v tf OWENSIBrodhead KtA Iit4 A A COMPLETE LINErGtcMvye s4n= f r Coffins Caskets and TV II i Wftg lC 7r r r aa f Ai TS 4wVwn Y w dI J I tfj t UA B1is r MfH I nJ r a MAKERS LSold by F Krueger Sons MT VKKNOX KENTUCKY PRICE 300 Laxative Bromo Quinine abixis LSevcnMillion boxes said in past 12 months This Signature ownod Current John Dowie sustail1 stroke a 1iS J1ftj have Phone Robes I Capt Bj Ewing who figured so prominently in the MarcumJ Hargis affairs some time ago has teen Indicted for swaring falsely by the grand jury of Wolfe county In a case between Capt Hurst and Mrs Lena Williams the former accused him of swearing falselyand- the indictment grew out of this t t 1 t tj4J D V I for fDShiotte rV CII I l r n J on every box2Scf The Insurance Commissioners of five States the Kentucky Com missions included have completed arrangements t investigate the mortgage and real esate depart ment of the New York Life Mrs Clarence Markham of Cambridge IIIa fit of temporary in sanity killed her seven children with an ax and con1nittedsuicide L f i Irwj7yjCryF s SI 0 T i o fQL r ilNEY CURE o 0 w WiSJpigsftey CMP any case of Kidney cIc 01 disease not beyond the reach of ihtidicisie No medicine can do more I gj FOLEYS KIDNEY CUREt if strengthens the urinary organs ty builds up the kidneys and invigorates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES SOc and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MT VERNON DRUG CO Commissioners Sale rnOCKGASTIIO CIRCUIT COURT liTallltRcubin Hurley P covThomas lslmhtcinCcDeB-y virtue of a judgment and order 19tourt19J in the above styled astion for the sum of 2f 00 with interest at the r of percent annum from 4th of Tan 18m until paid 1000 six per cent int rest from the 22th of RtilSm until paid with p ream interest from the 14th day of March ISJfi until paid 33 with six per cent interest from the 12th day with poperFf 1897 until paid with six per cent interest from the 2Uth day of May 1897 until paid ami i1 with per cent interest from the 18th of Dee until paid and costs heroin expended I shall prpc to otTer for sale at the front door the court house in Alt Vernon K yi to the highest and best bidder at pi lic auction on Monday the 23rd October between the sfix and 4 oclock p M on a credit of months the following dcserited prop erty A tract of land located in Burke as th County Ky on the waters Whiteoal branch and bounded as lows On the north by the land- Thos Smith deceased on the west by the lands of Thos Kdmiston on the soiuh by the lands of E Mullins on tine east by the lands of Jen Mullins containing 103 acres will offer said above tract for sale with the following tract excepted and if the tract above mentioned with the following exempted brings the debt interest and cost herein this wil be all that will sold otherwise the whole will be sold without excepting any part thereof Thetractexcepted is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake chestnutoak and blackoak pointers being the intersection of J R Render plinevey thenoe with Hendersons line E210 poles to a stake in the Madison State road near the S W corner of jjdown2U K Co poles to stake crossing Whiteoak bronch twice thence S 40i F2i poles to a stake in said road a thence S 24 R 2ti poles to a tvlliteo maple and blackoak on a rockat cast edge of the road corner of the survey of Wm T Mullins SIKH W ry poles to a whiteoak on a ridge to a 50 acre survey in Mordica Mullins uan thence pG7 poles to the bginni containing 73 acres For the put chas price the purchaser must execute bond with approved sure tr bearing legal interst from the of sale limit pail and having foe nii1 effect of a judgment B der must coinjiy ivhhilhe terms PKSNJNfJTOX II eRe of COM3IISS10X S SALE to ROCKCASTIlt CIRCUIT COURT Willis Adapts surviving jwrtner of Jack Adams S Son riffs Notice of sal Dee Cummins itc Deft virtue of a jiulgnient aul order sals of the Rockcartle Circuit Court its September Term 1905 I will offs for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky MontLty October 23 19031 bung the Ist day of the Rock castle Count Court between the of t and 4 oclock pu to tIle higli mud best bidder on a credit of six mouths J with interest at 6 per cent from date sale until paid to recover debt of interest 32895 cost of former action M 5145IA tract of land located in RockcastIe- County Kentucky on the watters Kkeggs creek and bounded as folio On the North by tine Mt Vernon Somerset road on the East by the lac of Mat Cummins and D P Bstliurum onin the South by the lands of S J Kinley J A Payne and Robert Norton nid West by W D Payne containi- t 130 acres more or less The purchaser will be required to give 1 bond for purchase price apprat ed tic jJMiigiiuttiicjnnU promotly lhjss terms SI rti INlSGTOX M CR C C 03OILSS10XKirS SALE as llOCKCAfiTWJ CIRCUIT COURT wivsx Charley add Deft i r By virtue of a Judgment and order o salaof tits Rockcastle Circuit Court at its days Septembsr Term 1905 I tvhlt pro eel f offer for sale at the front door of y heand court house in ML Vernon Ky on Oct 23 1905 being County Court laybc tvei the hours of i and 4 oclock p at u I f public outcry to the highest nn lhest tramr bldhronacreditof six months bearing w 6 per cent interestfram date of sate until paidFor the purpose of reinvestaiciit x the following desciibe l property iLT J 1 Jt r r PinN rRs SHOWS r V i j 3 i1 A tract of laiul located in Rockcastk County Ky on the waters of Clear creek and boundedas folows Begin at a stone pile with two chestnut blackoak pointers on a high cliff rner of lot No 5 in line of 100 arms ttsthcuce with the line of amtl j6U E 64 poles to a gum with pointers thence E 43 2 poles to a whiteoak thence 7gy4 E 55 poles tom chestnutoak pine tolesate 1ithai m W poles to a poplar chestnut and 62ixa corner a to lot No 4f thence with aI line of same S 6j W 119 poles to the acresd give bond for price with approved surety judoofply promptly with these terms of3I 1ENNINGTON M C R C C COMMISSIONERS SALEII KOIKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Thos Cherry PlffZ ofrs Notice of sale DettssBy virtueof judgment and order of sale of Rcckcastle Circuit Court rendered at its Sept Term 1905 I will offer fur sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky between the hours of 10 a m and 4 oclock p m on Monday the 23rd day of October t QO5 it being the first day of the Rockcastle County Court at auction to the and stxltmonths the following described operty towit A house and lot in the town of Brodhead Ky on the S Eside the road leading front Brodhead to creek and beginning at the E corner of B A Yadens lot and running thence tog feet with line of said lot to a Stone in line themth144 to a stone thence 20Q feet a line parallel to a line first above descri nng144 feet to the beginng The = mount ordered to made by this interestuseuntil paid and the sum of go 25 with like interest from the ist day Aug 1904 until paid subject a credit of 15301of date MayII 1st 1905 and the cost of this suit requiredtopayable to me as Master Commiss ioner bearing legal interest from day of sale until paidand having judgmentat c a COMMISSIONERS SALE COURTsCarpenter Pr saleIXJ Goodins Admr c Deftstln andderCi n SeptSjcourt e Mt Vernon Ky between hours ofro a m and 4 oclock Octube jun Rockcastle County Court at puhI auction to the hiest and best r on a credit of six months the Ji described property to wiiiS5 A htuse nod lot in the trtwn o f Livinglon Ky which is huunlt j follows On the north and hy the land of Champ Mulline on mlawestand extends hack with a width nirth legalinterest from the 22nd of January 1903 until paidjpj the cost of this suit The puc nntQHsionerday of sale until paid and aiMJUdgmentMofENNINGTONMCR C c THROUGH Passed Stone and Gravel With Excruciating Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years pass- Ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only gave relief After tiling FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc and now have no pain across my kidneys and feel like a new man FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE has done me 1000 worth of good Ho Other Remedy Can Compare With Jt Thos W Carter of Ashboro N C had Kidney Trouble and one bottle of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure and he says there is no remedy that will compare with it KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs fo egos as far as reported Henderson Sept 26G days Falmouth Sept2j4 days Ovvensuoro October 1o da- ysDoHars38 JTO California AND THE NORTHWESTr FUOJL LOUISVILLE TH- Epfenderson Route CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 r AlsoSPECIAL HOMKSEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates Je Iustravel in comfort see that your ticketreadsnver the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louis vine and St Louis r Free reclining chair cars on allIof our St Louis trains connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agl- LOUISIILR KY TOGO TO ROjEY It is this way When I need MtPmy eyes tested he does it right When they changing he does it free ti f rcharge rilachiQetc Repairs your spectacles when clockps 30tf TOGO 1 r t aID A LL1 vL L tJ tae ccutr endlaosdsYurir OVER NINE fKEtf HOURS S A Vli D TO hX ICO BII uprrl iltuhle daily ser RouteIto City of Mexico throuuh Sin Anto and Laredo Through Pullman epers daily leaving Sh Louis p m and 820 p in Elegant o WauierttrlbMexico is attracting the investor r pleasure seeker Foiv rites stop over privileges Now scriptJhemurE s e Ticket Agent or aldres R T G ws T A Irorj Mouj Rtnute Koor1gntNurtonBldg L011lStlleKF ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co rnl YERNON KY 0 FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creeknear Brodhead Ky is one of the bes farms in the county and will be sold a a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm wells and springs and plenty of goo stock water Also good orchard FARM No 2 Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on tlieMl Vernon and Somerset road nar revel Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of th county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient school church store and and in one of the best communities is the county A great bargain FAltM No IA farm of 185 acres located near Maretburjr and a ver desirable farm 140 acres under fenc and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and pos ollice A most desirable location a splendid bargain Any one wishing smalLfarm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm but no buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No JIm acres near Brod head welt fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land tween Brush creekand Orlando 2 seers in cultivation balance timbered twojhousas and well watered Will sell cheap FARM No f100 acre tract 3 miles west of Ml Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres incultivation balance timber good twostory residence barn and al necessary outbuildings Large orch and and plentywater Price FAltM NO 7 So acres hoar Prov dence good residence vl udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty timlxr to run farm Well watered In ore the best neighborhoods in the county PriQiJWAn NO S314 acres Freedom church splendid ivsidcco am a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain d Samuel Krisber president ant Davton Uarter cash ier of the tail d tlanrtf Ninth Manchester Iw have ee arrested charged nit h leceixiiiK deposits when they Wer- taware of the banks insolvency heJoseph JId eases of Eye Nose Throat Ear Chert Gemtourinary and Rectal Disea es SkinanlGastrotution la prepared to administer Ma sage Hot Air Hiths tltilEleclricitytioirs No contagious dieases ad promptly TOISouthern Arkansas Lands Timl red rolling perfect drain age noswtmp pod water Giou corn ctttunsmndShgraitis cowpeas and believed to be the corning lover all Jatftlflcoltl1tnpfrout clay soil anl claV snbsciilheap- est lanls in S utliwest Splegd- idstvckcoatryu minths range Write far S iiituern Arkansas bioitlet da t H in eekers tale Sept uj 0 t3tad 17 Nth 7 ant U LQ SIVVER T p Cottoi r BiltflEl J Ci AI f LAND STOCK ANU CROP D V Mnir of Fulton Mo paid 500 for a of three ar old 1Ih ugtt ff0ccy iufl McHinmy five 12x ourids teal ul 4ts laud troth Flc s HIJ OIl seven nib ll cattle at the ame pucr Bran don BIOS h night uf Jake Metidrc Ii tale ngin i 23lGUldctl 3Ct s ieh1iI1 Frank IiniK sol to ICennov Howtil IJad htrclirr iicgs ai 9oJoe rakes bought ol Vol- Ferguson QJ headof export cattle average 1502 pounds ut an average uf sets Churtes C Cltrk sold his xpIHL cattle to Joe brakes axent forS S Co The 24 head were weighedup yesterday andaveated 1391 pounds Connell Bros sold 30 io o pound steers lest week to Wm jWoidftid for 375 Pat K ntuckan Mrs Anna Head of Furkst itke La writes as follows to Home and Farm Several years ago aoinej one has published in Home atilt Faun a receipt for chicken cholera I used it aOhe time and found it perfect I tieird it with the request that you publish it again for the benefit of thoe who did not see it or did not try it I have usd this remedy as occasion required fur the last fifteen years and have hey irri1tmy chickens three times this year and three of their neighbors have cared theirs with the same reuioy Is the hen is not too sick to et ofdthis remedy she will icinainly set well It is a preventative as well as a cure Right helping teaspoonfuls coperas pulverized egbt heaping teaspounfuls of sulphur saltepeter pulverized four heaping tea poonius alum pulverized Mix well together Feed four heaping fuvlsechoppted corn I prefer the chops STRAYED One two year old andeone roan steer with stripe down back short horns also onp pale intformation as to their whereabouts CRAIG HICKEY sep 22 tf Orlando Ky rsAttorneys for Mrs Cassie Chad wink argued motion for a new tn il Monday in the United States District Court of Appeals in Cin innati and Southern Ry BETWEEN CincinnatiChattanooga Atlanta Birmin Hacn Knoxville AsHeville MobileJacKsonville I Orleans Shreveport and- Texas Points Doubts Dally Pullman Service to Chattanooga Atlanta Jacksonville and New Orleans Diaiag and Observation For eddrw- sEK AlSen TPA W East fain Street lexinitoa Ky W A Garrett W C Bineanon GtaUttfr Genl Par Ail Cincianatl Ohio I o 9 cJtIn r1 iOF fIjl ti SMlt uraiiati ISQr f y1oJilt h i t t 3 M 1 ItIIn JpIIUHI liiU J 01Ior I1f on iu IIIII BldJo IlfTjfrl fII1i a iIjl Af2nlccl nl rnIfiun J r S 1rtk1IfVonn5C rulie = F Ifj1 Hr 4VvIIIKVl k1 t I= filr JJ Ii3 C McCLARY ndeJtakerU Embalmer COinnleteL1NEof Casktsv- S L Ordeis by Telephone attended proiuptiy Stanford FCv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Farm For Sale One acre tract of land on thft waters of Crooked creel One dwelling house timber and coal The farm cheapForD G CLARK jut 1i tf Orlando Ky Cy geiOaSeer ias Ito Sit thec Ltent tzvJiLU US A LETTER and frankly in telling us and We will free iu how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga DTlnk J I At Soda Founfain 5 Cents r r S 8 Ofu ltr J- I f1 A EOVTiIltnts zui I f hiltCn mnm Kind iatfP lirri oughtwF AilIV ignatu ire iiioJ I of II IUSB F f Over c a JSl 4y6t S u = ql a riII= 1iA tit It r J It jiJ lJ ter 7 to Cn iL C C Villiams ATTORNKYATLAW VERNON KY- iSTOFFICE On 2rcl floor ot The hank of Mt on givenIPhone Xo So ERSIDentistMt J FirstClass Work +j CldIhiatus residence No 73 Will be in office at BRODHK AD every MON DAV noon till Tuesday door ITnmRE IN ITake LAXATIKE QUI All druggists money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each 2s cts OASTOFears Eairtt tlaTic I 0 u I APainl988 Gure of Curable Pam VomensI beHI1Ineof fJrt1VI- T UE1 0 COMES TO WOMANS whenever she suffers from any of womans biting It not only compels the pains to stop but it RELIEFIthe cause of the pains which prevents them It makes you well Try it Soldeverywhere in 100 bottles WRITE freely strictest ence all your symptoms troubles send advise plain sealed envelope Tenn tilh r fie MT Vernon Church PHONK BROMO refund box 2r3 WITHOUT A PAIN PoplarBluffalthough before taking CARDUI two doctors had done me ni good can truthfully say was cured by Cardui want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine p 9 n = S ir 0 biiiJiit d ti1 l1ittles CentsS t t