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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Published Every Friday VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1905 UBTKtZV or t t t fi 1Ir A I lli Gni r r Pr24h11a L 1 V ISN A 1iJ d T 6ivirirf SduT i i11 E Uu Y r V t SpLii kl FOR LESS hm To give a bargain you must first get it We realized this in buying o u r winter stocks and consequently can give you greater bargains than ever before Our OVERCOATS SUITS Heavy Shoes Rubbers 9utings Flannels Woof Waistings Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and Un fileready for your inspec tion Too busy to write an Ad9 now Come early and see tIle largest and best selected stock oi F n WINTERR Gods ever shown in Rocl castle county We are in business to make money and ca best do so by helping you f save yours i llY x lU r r l 1 7 tv Z Z b j1 f 4 I r J 1f 1= t o Lf v 1 UIJ A IIu lf v IOt111 Kentucky Flashes THE BOLEN KILLING Sheriff Howard Has Wired the Governor For Troops Frankfort Ky Oct l7As a sequel to the killing of Jack Bolen a Midilles boro barber and prominent lodge man for which crime Frank Ball has been indicted and for whose apprehension 1000 reward is outstanding Sheriff Howard of Bell county has wired the governor for troops stating the situa tion is beyond his power Gov Beck ham replied to Sheriff Howard that his telegram gave no reason for send ing troops and directs him to confer with Circuit Judge Moss and have him Moss advise the governor for what purpose troops are needed Citizens of the Law and Order League describe the situation as such that officers fear to arrest Ball who is prominently connected and surrounded by a clan of his friends who have threatened with death any arresting officer who attempts to take him It is further as serted that should Bat be apprehended they would release him KENTUCKY COTT NIGrows Earlier Than That in the South and Brings More Money Hickman Ky Oct 17ffhe Dodds Bros cotton gin is in operation and 85 bales of a superior quality cotton have been turned out representing a value of 4250 Last year Sydney Dodds of Clarksdale Miss sent from Mississippi cotton seed which matur ed much earlier in this latitude than elsewhere and if generally planted will hake a distinct type of cotton The bottoms along the Mississippiriv er here are ideal for this kind of agri culture and the cotton grown on Ken lucky soil is said to be superior to that brown in Mississippi and brings better prices in Memphis and southern cotton markets MOSE FELTNER ARRESTED He Goes To Jackson Without An Escort of Troops Winchester Ky Oct 17oscs Feltner was arrested here on a war rant from the Breathitt circuit court and taken to Jackson as a witness fore the grand jury in its Investigation- f tse ilarcum assassination Feltnar asked the governor for troops but the executive replied that he had no tushority to order them out withoiit a request from circuit or county judge He Declines the Position Owei sbon Ky Oct 17Maj V Bumpur has formally declined to econio commandant of the confederate home at Pewee Valley Some tma iso the position was tendered to hrs ind he had it under consideration lIe says that he does not want to saver his business relations in Owensboro Kentucky Masons Gathering Louisville Ky Oct 17 Massos Font all over Kentucky gathered lure attend the 105th annual convccatlou if the Masonic grand lotlga of Kca tacky 1 he sessions which vil bt teal in the new Masonic tempe will ast three days and over 600 delegates are expected Stricken in the Pulpit Louisville Ky Oct l7nev Father awrence Bax for 43 years pastor of U Johns Hoiuin Catholic charch vas prostrated in his pulpit and hs oni1itiori is not favorabie Father iax celebrated the 50th annivereaiy ifits priesthood two years ago Killed By a Bed Slat Hop dnsvllle Ky Oct l7Davf cowherd colored who was struck ver tile head with a bed slat by Gone Puffy another negro ten days ago s Jead The trouble between parties las about a won n Duffy was ar ested and is in jail here Did He Wear a Mustache Louisville Ky Oct 17Whether Howard Irwin charged in elgh counts with having raised and passed fills wore a mustache at the time of he alleged offense May 30 of this year vail determine the guilt of the accused 1Co S Trumbo Stricken Owinssville Ky Oct l7Cril D S Trumbo of Carlisle exrepreseuta tive from this district exsheriff anti widely known politician suffered a stroke of paralysis and is in serious condition the entire left side being affected For the Pipe Line Mt Sterling Ky Oct 17 Robert Blackburn representative of the Cen tral Natural Gas Co is in the county cmt1tyIngtonIDied at the Age of 96 Years Mt Washington Ky Oct 171113 Robert McGraw died at her home in Shenwas years of age and had lived in that neighborhood all her life National Bank Reopened Louisvie Ky Oct 17The West era National bank of this city which was closed several weeks ago on or ders from the controllers office has reopened for business under favorable auspicesSteamboat Deal Made Louisville Ky Oct The deal for the steamer Falls City was made the Kentucky River Packet aridto Towboat Co for dz00u The corn pany Is capitalized for 20000 IromnlomANDTAB stoaa tie ceugCSt and bGa1 lGD r l 7 A LOUISVILLE GIRL She Will Marry a Western Mine Own er Rated in the Millions Louisville Ky Oct 18Mrs Elizabeth Wymond Young one of Louisville s most beautiful young women will become the bride of John Francis Judge the owner of several gold anti turquoise mines in Utah and regarded as several times a millionaire The ceremony will take place at the home of the bride and only immediate friends and relatives will be present The honeymoon will bo spent in New York for which pace the couple leave Wednesday night She is well known In that city arid in other social cen ters Mr Judge is a graduate of Yala and Van Rensselaer university Troy N Y The young people met in California two years ago and it was a case of love at first sight They will make their home In Salt Lake City ASKED FOR AN OPTION A Controlling Interest In the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Wanted- Louisville Ky Oct 18A local brokerage firm offered for the common stock of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co which is quoted on the mar let at from to 59 A meeting of the principal officers of the company was held and the offer was declined The earnings on the common stock for the past year are said to have been 10 percent Basil Doerhoefer one of this largest stockholders of the company said that he would not consider an offer nf lean than 150 for the stock The brokers who are seeking the tion declined to say who they are representing They want the option until January THE MOB HANGED HIM Jury Gave Virgil Bowers Convicted of Murder a Life Sentence London Ky Oct l8Viril Dow ers the negro who killed George Far ris n lumber dealer last August was taken from the jail and hung to an ap ple tree scarcely out of town by armed men and a masked mob of some 200 men supposed to have come from Knox county Bowers shot and killed Farrs without one word being spoken by either There was one white man with Farris and a negro with Bowers Both testified that the killing was without provocation The negros hotly was found at daylight swung to Tree two feet from the ground Bowers had beam given a life sentence by a jllQrToll Rod Company Indicted Newport Ky Oct lSTha grand jury in session at Alexandria made a report finding an indictment against the Grants Lick ClaryvTlle and Butor Turnpike Co It is charged jn the in dictment that the cqaipany willfully and negligently permitted the turn pike to become unfit for travel when toll was being charged Indicted For Attempted Bribery Covington Ky Oct 18 Charles B Jarvis who wasconfined in jail at Cat lettsburg serving a sentence for tailing whisky without a license was indicted in the United States court for offering 25 it is aleged to the jailer to bribe him to let him escape front jail Kentucky Masons Meet Louisville Ky Oct lSWhen the 105th annual communication of the Masonic grand lodge of Kentucky one of the oldest bodies in the United States ws called to order over delegates from all parts of Kentucky answered to their names A Kentucky Man Robbed Memphis Tenn Oct IS Robbed of al his private papers notes and cash with the exception of 30 cents F E Stanley of Louisville Ky stopped here ei route to Houston Tex to make complaint against the sleeping car company Fatal Fight Over a Woman Middlesboro Ky Oct l8In a fight over a woman in the outskirts of the town Mark Smith shot Tilman West three times killing him instantly Smith escaped to the mountains and officers have gone to arrest him Maddened ByTaunts Owingsville Ky OcL l8Because he was subject to fits and his play mates had taunted him Herbert Reed aged 18swallowed ammonia at his home on Millers creek He was saved by hard work by physicians Judge James Burnam Dead Richmond Ky Oct l8ormerCounty Judge James A Burnam dies here at his home after a littering iJ ness He was 48 years of age and the taon of Judge Curtis F Burnam He is survived by his wife Newport Man Held Up Newport Ky Oct l8Henry Hess of this city reported to the police that he had been held up and sandbagged at the corner of Tenth street and Park avenue by two men who robbed hint of two new blankets Boggs Elected Moderator Louisville Ky Oct lSAt the open ing session of the annual meeting ol the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky held here Rev S D BOggs of Cat lettsburg was elected Moderator rot the ensuing year Distiller Brown Dead Louisville Ky 6ct l8J T S Brown distiller and a leading spiri m Louisville commercial circles died as the result of hemorrhage of the brain There is nothing speculative ah list the fateof a banker who goes in fb speculation with other peoples money lroLElMlonyAImTAII ResQuality Established 1887 L tVY l A TY JIit Yi J J I rur i n fj lStyIescof f ic = f Is Known by Four Important Characteristics MM t1 Superior quality of its goods 2 An eagerness for late styles and novelties II 3 Always the lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons dY 0 THIS is the foundation of our business awl for 15 years we have held strictly to they above principles Thats why our store has grown to be the biggest and most popular in j l this town and thats why we have made a success fY g HAVING just returned from the market centers we are prepared to say that we have 0 A bought the finest and largest stock of Fall and Winter goods ever shown in this county This A includes a selection of new and stylishiDress Goods and Trimmings Furnishing Goods A l Clothing Shoes c 1j Remember our Fall Opening September 10th at which and each day thereafter we will be glad to show you through our extensive line and give you prices cheaper than the f s TipTopM w Trecot Flannel all colors and all wool 25cents per yard Outings 5cts to 10cts per yard f Best Calicoes 5cts per yard M lESpDnnt fail to jive us a call we can save youmoneya t Lowest Prices THOS CHERRYBR- ODIIEAD Headquarters Perfect Service v V l1Jdadatfada adadcJfdfdJTcilfdlTa170170udl I f1 Rockcastle County Institutions tg l CITIZeNS i SJ 4 tQ IOF BRODIIEAD KY f m a1- J Offers to the a safe and conservative BBanking SystemQQ f OF Q IIndividual Firms and Corporations 5ollriled m Give uSyour business toll we a pleas QtiQPa 3 per cent interest on all of 100 CQ mor when left in the bank and not cheek Q Mpe t of six months V J HUTCHESON Casher tQ- t BB Blr jl B J3 iONllAI Mr G M Ballard School Sup biggestimen was withus this weekand we are proud to say he did not findany gapsdown among usMr M L Kelton went anything in election W Mullin of Henry county visited her brother D C Pullins this week Also Mrs Johu Pearl of London sister to D C was with themMr Harvey Chenault who has been on the sick list fo past six weeks has returned home Richmond looking well Our old friend J H Sigmonf who has been confined to fur past 8 weeks withstomach trouble is no better There is some talk of another store biibg opened up in our little village in the nepr future Let the good wor go oUrWe have bten out so long we are almost ashamed to come again but being tied down with business and conld not look up the news and we hope our clever edito- will let us ofFand allow us a little srace to make a few remarks again 1postmaster of the patrons of the office here Mr US Berry the sorgum king has made up to this time 600 gallons as good as a biscuit wa ever pulled through D N Wil hams of Mt Vernon was here on business this weeek Paul Kidwell of thjs placehas moved to Copper c ik i1 r 3 KENTUCKY for Bargains b i1 m people ACCOUNTS jnarulttY deposits W timesMrs- J creek to ergege in the mercantile business The election is warming up and a lot of Independent being talked of heretile L W Bethurura and S D Lews spoke here Monday night and told us about the =approaching election tJUA1L IMore weddings are expected in these tarts youThere has been more wheat sown in this part than ever before This weiie glad to see for when our farmers turn their auction more to their farms balerrcouutyDt Carpenter of Stan 11MrJohneyond He leaves a wife and one child to mourn their loss The reo mains were lid to Test in the afterknoon services Rev John Elder a FULL OF TRAGIC MEANING As these lines from J H Sim whatrmight have resulted from his ted ble cough if he had not taken the medicine about which hewrites I had a fearful cough that disturbed my s rest I tried renlieve it I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds which completely cured persmlne cures uu disease prevents grip and pneu monia at Mt Vernon Drug Co Guaranteed 50 eta and t Trial bollle free Jr + I Ii tyJLatesl H iVi I f l i IroFinancial p p SQ more bsrseback1He from work until GOOCHLAND Rev James Baker filled his regular appointment at Sycamore Saturday and SundayMisses Linda CoraIH Dooley is very sick at this writ lugblr and Mrs Mose Anglia of Berea visited parents on Big Hil Saturday WB Harris and W J Swinford- of Morril were in Goocbland Friday on businessB C Martin of this plave has moved to Illinois to make his future homelIr Parkie Scott of Climax is very ill at this reIcoverMrsGap visited friends at Double Lick SundayDr Jones and L Jones of this place are visitin friends and relatives in Knox couaty this week PLANS TO GET RICH Are often fruslrted by sudden breaking down due to the dyspep sia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Dure head MtVeruon ISheriff Howard of Bell county GmT Beckham for troops Jackkindicted fer the crime remains at large Gov Beckham wishes vice from Judge Mess before acting fI t C r- i jVERNON SIGNAL =FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1905 =Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made application Col R M Jackson hanker of London a Democrat of great pppu larhwiJI most probably be the representative of Laurel and Rock castle ec unties in the rext Legisla lure tis a cinch if he yields to the pressure that is bring made up on him by loth Republicans and Democrats to n a e the raceSom erset Junuale hope you correctly informed Bre Cam pl ell f for there is no man living for whom it would le a greater pleasure to us to roll up our sleeve and go to work It stems that the Police Judges race will assume rather inter stage before the Ides of Nov j us Rev B S Davaul nom hated by the convention two weeks ago and Jud e dams the present Judge who will go on the by petition will fight it to fini shseam The campaighn is waxing Warmer with each succeeding day The candidates on hdth sides are in the field almost day and night Judge S D Lewis and C Attorney L W Bethurum are the principal speakers for tlie publican ticket Atty John W Brown who is speaking every night in the week is proving himself a great campaigner Judge P D Colyer is wo bard for the Independent tick PAPER READ BY DR A Gof LOVELL BEFORE THE FOURTH STATE DEVELOPMENT CONVENTION Rockcastle county is situated in the foot hills of the Appalachian Mountains in the edge of the great Appalachian coal fields about mid way between Louisville Ky and Knoxville Tenn on the Knox villi division of the L Nrail road and the K C division of the L N railroad passes through our county which gives us direct communication with Cincinnati also About onethird of its area is in the Carboniferous and the rev maining two thirds in the sub carboniferous formation All the rock appearing to the surface are o amentry origin and their dip from Northwest to Southeast is about 22 feet to the mile The general altitude is 900 feet to 1200 feet above the sea level but many knobs and ridges reach 1400 to IS1 feet above the sea level The North and Western po nionAhave a fertile dagoodtilizers profitable in allcrops Small fruits do well anywb the county A variety of raspberry er known as the perpetual bearer iricf inated near Mt Vernon the v r seat Strange to fay these vines continue to bear fruit from J to November The Southern and Eastern lions are icpesented on the logical map as belonging to the x carboniferous period This section is much more rugged and b and many of the small streams flow 1 gxorgesular bed of the stream to the top of the cent hill you will find a difference- of 600 feet elevation However in these declivities afford fine oppor tunity to study the different strat and rice thoseIof most commercial interestsaiThere is a belt of St Louis limestone extanding across the county from Northeast to SouthwestJis about 5 miles wide and its combined 1Now strattas are about 200 feet thick Samples of this stone taken from different ledges and different local itiesanalyze 97 to 99 percent car bonate of lime who Above this limestone and along the edge of the coal measure are vast beds of clays Thtse beds other vary in thickness in area and in a everzworthy of special mention It rests Hale on a smoothe hard bottom and in has firm hard slate roof over it and which makes it easily obtained by the t drift mining The vein is from 3 mony to 9 feet thick and the avers extensive This clay by analysis is the puieit on record It coif tains no tetanic acid and only traces of potash iron and sodium found in it It is very reFact The interest which attaches in coal measure consists mf in thickness of the veins nor the ex tent of the fields but in the charrc ter of the coal Our coal is vuy high iu volatile matter and by alysis is identical with the van thekrtoumusedas fuel in the manufacture portland cement Associated this coal clay and carbonate of lime is a silicious shale the exact com ingot of the lime in the matt lure of portland cement in everything necessary in the uta cement is bunched together on same property and there are se al such properties A lew test wells have heen- are drilled in the county two of w produced strong flow of gas three gave a good showing of With a pure strong lirrestone asupplv of natural gas the m f jcture of lime bv gas might nude a paying inv stmeut ridges in the county are known to fuhaverma a clean sharp sand 20 to 40 feet thick orated with bitumen This fo seamsketover oa will burn with a flame until the hydrocarbon is consumed The famous Rockcastle freestone Gofoundto 12 feet thick and consists n1three grades or more prop olhrRestone in Kentucky It is very popular in many of the large cities of the North null Fast It needs more capital to push itjailOne other item might be o haeetna or paint pigments found on top the limestone beneath the coal measure This substance has soapy feel is an excellent wood filler or preservative It has ground on hand mill and used local painters They think verj favorably of it If it should the qualities ofa good mineral paint there is enough of it to paint the United States red twice a year throughout the century Our town has a good school in the Brown Memorial School Uu immediate and urgent needs are water works electric light plant ice plant laundry firebrick plant pottery cement works and my medesty forbids me furhip ther with this enumeration anyone is interested in any particu mentionfwill furnish him such data sj have at hand A G LOVELL Mt Vernon EGo LYNCHED IN AL4 L V special from London unde of Oct 17th says LaurestoollUce Virgil Bow colored was token out of carrietyal haonean tree road The body was not located Jgeofound it The hands were se waskenmost touching the ground A hangmansnoose en mdJaSince we have trusted our reuseteat the hands of the court througl and by packed and perjured juror attorneys we did not get js Therefore we are forced ort to this plan Abe Lincolr d the voice of the pocple mus rule in all instances We kind corded in the Holy scripture that whosoever shedeth mans blood man shall his blood he shed let pg take warning least said is the best Yours truly s THE WRITER tint On the night of Aug 26 Bowery had been for years a terror toIays thinnegroes met George Farris well known lumber merchant of ests Grays Knox county and James a white man of this coant the road one mile East of Bowers shot Farris fhe o tighnrslafile heart According to the t of the two men present in togewithoutaword being spoken Bcwerasworethathe fired at ran 7T i r j anyarenear orymen were unknown to each ot b erein ofthea county rv which failed to agree and was charged there being ten for the deith penalty and two for life s prcjudietysou u court sent to Rockcastle county for a jury for the second trial urnedtbr ten voted for the death penalty Tins verdict was returned last Satur awaitfactcourtktbeheno one was to seen onset SHeds and the Jailer G P John son and his night guard Luke Pell t1eichon corner dIOf the court house square says that thete in all about pistolsanu were urdbeher1wresistance the iailer opened ouer door and then the door to cageiat IUwen11acame ads behind his back the lionaroHe was allowed to put on clothe but not his shoes hitand B3Wtfrssaw the men he cried II d I see the rope and asked jor time to pray but he was t Fanihpray disguiseddu with 1 n were armed with guns pistols ixes crowbars and dynamite They were stationed all about th and several stayed to see that manftt a nged X SOME OBJECTIONS TO GOV ERNMENT RATE- a MAKING enOctober 4th 9 o byRichard Olneyof Boston fort of State to President rilemonth North American Review which tltracting much attention Mr Jlney is decidedly opposed to gov srumental regulation of rates be teeing tha it will not only be willtleas tht ailroads In regard to such rship he uses the following wage But when government owner of the railroad is serioush politicalbut sy setr iroblems of the chars cterThe Thellngaged in both kinds of trans thatins pKyarse if overnment ownership ot railroad e regarded as the inevitable se Mience of governmeit rate makinj gayrmnentailroads the State or the Ur States Mr OIney declares that govern went ratemaking thus raises is divititslot jec md the United States which have lot been fully and rotngrifsidesub oruniteven of siieer irisherof the general government In his opinion if it is competent of Lhealldthe be also for it beitwohighways of the country The ratemaking power says of1Jeownership tctuiness In this respect the tr oprtaion business is like anyot 1d the severance of the ownersl MtofactisTheJapejJnbelieve in the practibility of governmental ratemaking HeW that the railroads will find mattentheirvale of ners but by two public boards ing one representative of local interCc and the other of national interest and both antagonistic to the private owner concerned UDder o00 thathere anyAdrtl able rate making becomes irri thaestiItatounless the whole wheme of pov erntnenment ratemaking be aban doped is government ownership f irjf f f The citizens of London and Lau eel county met in mass convention the court house Tuesday and ad clopted resolutions condemning the action of the mob A grand jury ishas been empaneled to investigate the matter and every effort villA be JusticetyTH CANAL TERMINALS Their Fortification Is To Be Cosered by Secretary Taft tadWashington Oct 18 Forttflcat ol the terminals of Thdaydtogpurpose he will be accompanied by members ot the first committee of the StatheStory former chief of artillery Brig Gen Alexander IcKes Crozierlechief of artillery Capt Charles S TheSperry of the navy and Maj corps of engineers the members of this committee not accompany the secretary and less definite orders are issued it is probable that Gen Story Capt Sperry Maj Goethals will be the mem s who go to Panama toretreaty but this treaty was aroe so much by the senate that Britain rejected It The canal t which was finally adopted and Is in force and which superseded ClaytonBulwer treaty moires no of fortifications but does allow millhisprotect the canal expected that the present 1investigation will result In more than a preliminary report upon the condi 1lions at each terminal of the can riTHE FRENCH SQUADRON France Is Preparing To Take Action Against Venezuela Paris Oct ISThe mobilization of a French squadron at Ft De Fr Martinique which it is generally derstood has been decided upon regarded as a purely precautionary measure France will then be prepar ed to act against Venezuela in case it is necessary to make a demonstration to enforce French claims othe recognition of the French republic at Caracas and to force a settlement over the cancellation of the concession of the French Cable Co Washington Oct 18In set warships to the West Indies France edgeerington government Before this an n was decided upon M Jusseraud French ambassador Informed Sec hretary Root of his govemro course of action which the seer heartily approvedgrTONS OF MOLTEN METAL 59unEngulfed By An Ex plosion in a Steel Plantnu onoChicago Oct ISFive tons of ten metal exploded at the Joliet of the Illinois Steel Co falling shower of death on a band of workmen about the converter One man is dead three are fatally burned and a dozen injured so badly they may accident came without warning e explosion shook the whole plant ofpoiliquidte were heard all over the grounds of the com any PROPOSED SHIP CANAL The Northern Terminal Will B gated at Ashtabula Ticitedors of both the Pennsyvania and Oho corporations of the proposed ale Erie and Ohio river ship canal churned from an inspection oeale the northern terminus of jal The party visited Eric Pa and Ashtabula O Although no official sstdstatement is made Congressional Sec ary said that the dire practically decided against ng the terminus at Erie Pa be ca the elevation of the city Mr intimated that Ashtabula 0 the terminus of the canal MtToulfurther experiments with the Hugo dirigible balloon snort the patronage of the war the aeronauts succeeded in dro jtdummy projectiles upon the forts dsm onstrating the possibility of air ng able to completely destroy tary works during hostilities 4Interned Ships Freed Washington Oct 1IOrders were Issued by the state department through the navy department fo internedherof Adm Enquists squadron at Of nila soil of the oaNewbankers paid the balance du anese government on the loan last July The ful amount bor wed by the Japanese government was 150000000 of which one third issued In the United States Group pf Montana Mines Sold Missoula Mont Oct 17Itwas nounced in Missoula that the Morn and Evening group of mines eur dAlenes have been sold t Federal and o heaNewand Togo Will Visit Italy ers London Oct 17The Rome corre It ifthatTogo and the Japanese fleet to visit throat sureelvWIOImIlONYJ R Mattvet r JgP 1cfN f 4 is 1t When for pure drug youi eon the the hunt Just step right in the yellow front And it I do the drugs you sell The11 surely make you sound and well n d when your babies do get sick bring titan Iu re and do be quickIure Ter ire other things I have in nsstore at were ought long since the ays of yore h as cigars tobacco and envel ops tionary paints and toilet soaps UrAnd now kind friends I wish to ay Theyellow front is here to stay And if from me you buy your pills dotorAilvIIIut un 3 C DAVIS ioteI31theeni j 4th attTor your Protection we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion aicerite Ulan with a fish on his back IJnIs our trademark and it taguarantee that Scotts Ernul Kioii will do all that is claimed for it Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles in infant oratlult Scotts Emul sion is one of the greatest llesh builders known to the medical world Well send you a sample free StreetdiTO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best neat hed via Missouri Pacifi Routeryeatly reduced One way Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 05 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and merous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the Homep1Diaotevery and third Tuesdays ot each month limited 21 days Land CbeapIewinter resorts of the West am Southwest Liberal limits and stol yer privileges Daily througl Sim Pacific Railway I r Iron Mountain Route also per sleeperTuesdays JayS to California without change foldersetc free For put cu lars rates etc consult neares cket Agent or address R T O Untthews T P A Room 30 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky CANCERhAll surface cancers are not known to be curable by Bncklen Arnica Salve James Walters a hadtcascer on Bucklenas = notwillis perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 250 av Vernon Drug Co IAnotBouihtmillBears the- ciernattue or tk ANDSthreeS uthwest Missouri and Northeast Arkansas river bottom made rich as cream for corn wheat s coyer timothy alfalfa fruits = cropseLandtreatnow eap advancing investi ratesLrSeptI9Od ValleybookletL 0 SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O ONSUDIPTIYESo tohealthwith a severe lung affection that dread disease coxsDMrrioNr is anxious to make known to fellow sufler the means ef cure To those who desire he will cheei fully send free of charge a y of the prescription stgrit which they find a sure cure for CATARRllBRONCUJTIS and and IUUZJAL lie hopes adFfferenuvillry his remedy as it is hose desiring the prescription which IiblesslDgwill JmarLY- h C NV STfGAT ilft THOROUCxII imctigat ion has shown to our citstomers that we are Headquarters for J5r gains Thats why our trade is ieraso I inn It will pay you to investigate out prices stud give r us your trade We pay you the highest prices for y ur produce and you go away satisfied iI p 1pt r HIAT T FtZUl Y I oaL I = B a s dd m AvrnISj td= =I HAVE just iTsurned from the city with a beautii fut line of HATS 1JABY tAll hildrns ISchool Hats and invite the ladies of SJJJBB 723 aeBEEEiaaEJ f ror ooC rt t I SHOES R I IineFfSHOESr g etbuyingPRICEand QUALITY lthwill snit you if Yours for business h a Phone fiG ROBT COX Phone GG Mt Vernon KyRv ri1 1T Y j X 4 JONAS McKENZIE 1 COME COME ImfE invite all to come and see us At my store you I will always find a good selection of Goods an1e NotionsCLOTHING IWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit 11I sizes and ages Our goods are right anti our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS tv cCENZrJONAS McKENZIE SSBSJ YOUR BANKING 5 No matter how mall no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERMONq I npp1iestoRemember 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 CashierJa KILL THE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS WH Dr Kings New Discovery Price R ODGHSand BOcStOO yOLDS Free Trial and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOTTB or MONEY BACK 4 NEWS ITEMS Judge A M J Cochran in the United States District Court at Covirg continued the contempt cases against Mayor Helmhold and Patrolmen Flynn and BatiCan for alleged interference with the dis position of Caleb Powers until the Suprene Court should pass on Itie question of jurisdiction i i4tA 18 y 2t MT VERNON SIGNAL MTVIL1CIRY Cci t190ii 79 Call up No 79 when 3o1 want to CotnrTlunl cat with sIGAI 79 W m fG V tLouievLtc 6 TIME TABLE 222north 124 p tri 24 north 332 3 23 south 124 pit 21 South 1236 a 11Tli t TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 ituraat the lit ycrntn 3ylostotlk- asr secntuiclass nail matter PERSONAL Mrs W B th is herat kSlkIMrs Mary Conn is visiting rela I lives in the country r refhis Mrs A G Lovell who has been sick several days is better Charley Bethurunimade his first trip as conductor last Satut day Mrs B J Bethnrun accompan ied Mr Belhurum to Louisville Atty and Mrs B J Pet urui1 several days this week in the hy citvIiJudge J T Adams and daughter OtMiss Vinnie are in Louisville buy log oodsIJH C Gantry is now at work on the new iron fence around the Christian church Mr and Mrs James Lawrence for spent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs U G BalerItMr and Mrs II C Gentry at tended the Baptist Association Corbel last week Mrs George Gentry who was hurt by a horse falling with her is improving nkelyoMrs J II Baxter left for Pittsburg to visit relatives untilt Sue leaves for the West Mrs V M POlIter is with her daughter Mrs R E Thompson in Garraid county fora few d iys Wade Brown who has teen at Stanford lor some tme under trelt ineat has returned home much im prOedt1Mrs G M Billard is teaching in Mrs Den McClures nee nolds at Livingston sheJ having tesigccdpAtty C C Williams has returnS ed from Richmond where he won the 815000 damage suit of Arthur Adams against the Big Hill Coal 1m Co J J Cook represented the Blue lodge Dr M Pennington the Chapter and Atty B J Bdhurum the Council at the grand lodge in Lou isville this week W A B Davis has been teach ing for Miss Minnie Frecerick for the past few days the latter being IedeathW H Lebanon Jvnction are very sick with fever His father J F Cot tongim spent two weeks with them during their most critical stage t LOCAL Sunday school at the Presl 3lc ian church next Sunday morning at the usual hour aud each Sunday thereafter The following is thf list of Rock castle citizens selected to try the negro raurdeier Virgil Bower at London who killed George Paris there during the fair B S Vault E B Newland Robt DaI bur L A Bowman E Ballard S Hiatt D B Albright W Sowder T Scbaffer Johu mins George Johnson F co The jury was out returnedI imprisonlment TO TkE x CASTLE COUNTY t On account of the serious illness bf my fatherinlaw W G Proctor it will be impossible for me to ge over the several districts of the election cause county before the of this I do trust and hope that my friends over the county will do all thev honorably can the candidates on the I n1lienffi shall ever be very grateful to those f who lei d me a helping hand in tlm 5 raceVery truly T1 ELIJAH HIiRFlN 1905 Yj zst i r 4 =h Joe Fredericks of near lien died Sunday night after an illness of several weeks fiMarstalstore room on the lot recently pur- sedh of jamas Croucberon Richmond Mr Street J N Mtiiifee of Stanford Iif vas nominated Saturday by vcpublicans of Lincoln county fJrlkl heriff He was formerly cratic Sheriff of that county In the next isue of the SIGNAL still will have published an article vhich will he a full and a iiscussion of the fiseand condition of ihe county L W BETHURUM ernJuTaj lor of the Brows Memorial School in orms us that fbe has reohe rittd notice from Dr Stone oi Baltimore that the Rev John Mar- In ing R ndell of Baltimore a gradu and of the John H pkins Unniveisi fill and the Auburn Seminary hay heen chosen as pasor of the Presbyterian who church at this place Hem will enter upon the dichrJe fh duties at an early date The voters in Mt Vernon Prud a head and Livingstf n precincts wiln bear in mind that ff t on have not egiitereJ you will have to do soon The one of the last two days of thi eat nonth or the fist day of next nonth by going before the count court clerk paying 50 cents and affidavit show reason yhy you tied not register on the regular reg ans ration day Remember the day he 30 and 31 and Nov it F1itto ic ister you lose jour vo f NOTICE To THE VOTERS OF IiPOCKCA5TIR 3 I have been confined to my roost a few days with fever but ai his time am improving nkelyVI to be able to resume my wort again in the political field by nexs Monday Iwish to thank mj friends for the very great interest n manifested in my race Dear friend please continue to roll the whee me a few days longer till I get and I will rest you Will tile thanks and good will to all I am Vcrv truly PARKIE SCOTT PUBLIC SPEAKING J W Brown candidate lot County Attorney P D Colyer anc others will address the citizens oi y Rockcastle county on the issues of list County Campaign at the follov ing times and places School house Oct 24 7 its m Patten Moore School House 25 7 p iii Poplar Grovi House Oct 26 7 p ir ale Union School Hcuse Oct 27 7 p ly Hickory Grove School House 28 7 Pnt Every body invited W C MULLINS Camp- H EN RY CATRON J Com Attention is called to section 45t1 Chapter 113 of the Common School Law entitled Compulsorv Education which requires that all children between the ages of seven and fourteen years shall attend the common school of their district net than eight consecutive weeks each year unless excused Ifur certain reasons mentioned in J law A penalty of not than 5 nor more than 20 for the fiSt offense and riot less than 10 nor more than 50 for the second offense is the penalty denounced against the parent or guardian fcr failure to comply with this section A similar penalty is also provides for the trustees who fail to perform their duties in tins regard The law stakes it the duty of the courts and county attorney to see that this law is enforced ROCKI i 12 1905 11Oct a report my oppo rent and others that my health i failing and that I will not get well Iwish to say that my health is in witIsoon be well Ihope my friends will not be misled by false state ments of irresponsible persons who do not know my condition rlthealth for more than a year am among strangers and penniless r therefore am unable to make a per sonal canvass If elected and I ipjain sure I will r be I will serve as irrespeclive of par y affliatirn to rally to my support an i hep me to win the office and God will leward you iii beyond 16 20Respectfully LL JARRETT 1 f 5 LEVEL GREEN Our citizens are very busy now supplying their coal houses with- fuelwhich will soon be needed ter Molasses making is about over and at now comes the corn gathering Wade Brown has returned from the Stanford aud reports he is very much unproved He now able to resume his work as Buck Varnon the well cribe from this place and wrote an article to the first ever published is gradually growing weaker but says he has hope The healthof our community is better than usual in generalij way We have mud shifting aud moving among citizens Sam Vanhook evil soon migrate to Misonii Jonas boys Pitman one of our energetic farm is thinking of returning Iti01 s creek from whence ht L came Maricn county men an Hill and uuPulaski county looking of 5bcitizensin the wild Vest energetic men of means are flocking to their pare Among others wh contemplate purchasing its a lid well is oi a trade with Henry Cat we for his fine farm Joe Vlliiok will hay e a sale of all his prof rty today preparatory to going t Cansas H C Brorghtou report Club fine lot of wort bung done oi Frith sections nl our roads Jt Itftlurecontest between the Indepeud vere and Republican candidates it tad rowing very warm in this secticr the county It seems that thi ndependents wilt receive a largoL mJMril of the Democratic voteta large Percentage of The good sober voters ie county should see to it that w honest and upright offical riheirhey are running under Ther seems to flea large amout 0tlin the woods as there an everal wagons which go to tin station every day from Bustle Mrs Broughton who at the States United SnndaISchool Convention iu Pulaskire jf orts the meeting a success Ottc vas latcher is now hauling potatoes ieadof manipnlaing time airircHake Win Brown and wife went topping at Mt Vernon Tuesday Dr Price says he still enjoys the nnsic of his hounds which follow foxes mound these hills in hot rrsuit BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Believers in the strength of num ers will ofa surety access for Bioytn Memorial whetf hey learn this year opens with sixIe eight pupils and remember thatUI jear began with seventeen o However the might of numbers tot the cheif strength of a schoolr true power lies in the earneslel less of the students So it will Mr near much to tie thoughtful peod to know tliatthe teachers frnkla say they have never been in a chool where the pupils were more ol Jaiirous to learn or more willing- to be taught than they are here Speaking of the instructors nra ninds us that the students have v strong reasons to thank Miss TayLi lorand good fortune for secur ng such a well equipped faeutyL4 Miss Demorest of the Primary Oepartment holds a degree from he Michigan Teachers College his of course will be of interest t the district school teachers who ire intending to enter the Normal lass at Christmas as they wills thus have an opportunity to be come acquainted with the most approved teaching method F Miss Leonard who has charge of he the fifth grade is a graduate of Wellesleyltwill be remembered that the graduates of Hamil ton College Lexington have just within the last year been admitted to the Freshman Class atWellesley Miss Henderson of East Cleveland Ohio instructor in the seventh and eighth grade received her college training at Wells College Ntw York Miss Sissons who teaches in the High School comes from Boston University Miss Jordon is from Arkausaw She has stujied piano and voices under leafing instructors in the West and East During the St Louis exposition she sang in the Arkausaw Building Miss Smith who has charge of the dormitory home most highly recommended from Adrian College Michigan where she was matron during the last school year The dormitory by the way is despite Miss Taylor =imperfect in one respect It is not large enough Already eight students have been turned away for lank of feelstquite cheerful overftjand hopes that the number and earnestness of allthe pupils may so increase that all succeeding dormitories may prove similarly imperfect j Bit 0 D HEAD Mrs C Ltece returned home af a two weeks visit to homefolks Rockhold She was accompanied home by her sisterMiss Anna Peters who has been employed by steInographer regret of some four boys Everybody wasmuch surprised Thursday morning when they awoke aud found that Lester B Hilton and Miss Clyde Cass had eloped to Jacksboro Tenu where t vo kind hearts were made beat as one Lester Hilton is one of our nicest He is 23 years of age and a of Harry Hilton also agent for N Railroad Company at Pine Ky Muss Cass is a daughter J R Cass agent at this place is one Kentuckys fairest maid- Ens and was loved by everyone that knew her She will be missed a great deal in our society c roles as as in many other towns and heartily congratulate Lester en innin such a lovable girl The Brodhead Young Mens entertained a reception at HouJ in honor of the Blue- D Society The Yotiug Ladies Refreshments of all kind served and a fine time va until the wee hours ofearl awn Those registering were Misses Maud and Francis Forbes iia Susie and John Eva Hilton ssa Martin Clyde Wilmott Bet Hicks Burdetta Owens Anna eters and Jewel Francisco ard Iessrs R G Wiluiott O A CC Cable Horace Benton L Durham Barbee McAfet Henry AndersonMiss Bettit licks left Sunday for Mt Vernon vhere she entered school Monday The partyat the Albright Hole en last Saturday night in honor Arthur Mahan of Williamsburj largely attended and highlv Joyed by all present Light re were served at the Groper hour The speaking las Saturday night was fine and a large rowd in attendance G Edgar Dunn isvisiting in Knoxville this week ii IV11cUS10j- Vv C Mullinsis in LaFollette Tenn on business John Howell Corbin was with his family WednesdayTee Griffin re to LaFollette after a visit his parents Mr and Mrs David JlifiuBent Whitehead of the leaker Whitehead firm spent a days in Louisville last iweek and Mrs Jerome Adams visit relatives in Mt Vernon Satur and Sunday Mrs Dave Downs of Corbin was the guest Mrs W W Wright Tuesday Born to Mrs Newt Riggs Sept 2Qlh a son n4 pounds We are late in announcing this but aijed in vain for his nameMiss Cook received a handsome boquet of autumn lowers from a admirer Monday noon Mrs Henry Reynolds returned rom Winchester SundayA mes sage was received Tuesday announ ring the death of Mrs Jennie Ad ills Talor at Mitchell Indiana Mrs Taylor was the mother of Mrs HarveJGirkin and Miss May Taylor who are often the guests of Irs W C Mtillins and Mrs W Tubbs of this placeThere will Ralley D1yat the Christian church Sunday before Thanksgiv ingMiss Lillie Woodall of Wood tock and Miss Lillie Woodall of Hazel Patch returned to their homes Monday Mr and Mrs Samuel Ward are in Lancaster on acc untof the serious illness of Mrs Wards brother a Mr Smith Misses Georgia McFerron and Laverue Starks visited in London Monday Mrs G M Ballard spent Sunday at home in Mt Ver 1 J Be Sure to s- Only e Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Food made withalum baking powder carries al t6 the tomach unchanged Scientist have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly indi- geStible and unhealthful iiii ci r BARGAINS a- tKruegerSons IW E have 300 Suits that will sell at less than half cost We can fit a boy from to 20 and men from 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 3D days So come now dont put it off any longer We are doing this in goodsSHOES when we cant male a sale sellingDdisbushel We also keep in stock any sizeof win dow glass wanted Highest Market Prices paid for Country Produce nonMr and Mrs Claude Lin ville of Paris were the guests of IrsESKlmore Thursday and Friday They have adopted Little EdivOOdall Iisses Woodall Will Rice of Lebanon Junction has been the uest of his parents Mr and Mis harles RiceMrs Charles Wells Gas ee q iti sck but is bet er Master Walter Browning ame home Wednesday after an xtendrdvisit with his grand moth- r Mrs Kate MageeIn the vreck of NO3 at East Bernstadt ingineer Billej Manson aud Fire nan Burns were seriously injured Ir Mausou has many friends here vho wish for his speedy recovery vIr and Mrs J R Stuckey of ovington are guests of Mrs Jacob Sambrook Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral I rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I a very lad cough for three years Then I tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral tore healed and cough dropped Pa fats Quthrlo Centre laIJ CAr Amdrems fori Old Coughs One Ayers Pill at bedtime insures a natural action next morning Itfhas been decided that the body f Sir Henry Irving will be buried in We minister Ahhev IIWITHWOMAN THECHARACTER OTNL o to the 10 g AND = Ky H E Can furnish on short no = HS wire Filled = = Phone No 63 = Ul1U till U UUl U illiil l BEST IN THE l a iAll come for fair O PHONE No 53 UJ r T tD O Y lv vr7Y 1J l 1 i w Sold by F VERNOX KENTUCKY PRICE 8300 in Two Take Q Christmas T7JGt The Weekly Courier Journal Henry the profits of this prosper ous vear its to twenty presents ranging 2 o to 600 in all ere will be general presents too 50 and sixteen of J mnntnnttHnitnnHnnHn IUNDERTAKER Mt Vernon Stock EmbalmingEdonc ORDERS Promptly 1l1HH11ilHl1il H1HiU lHlll1l1 The Front THE OLD RELIABLE DUUGSTOUE Cheapest Drugs Anywhere NoChargo Prescriptions Cliilclrens Diseases DAVIS Propr OWENS iwCollins Caskets and Robes All Mail orders 9 Pilled J S i cco a0 dfSHOE Krueger Sons MT rnine Tablets Wattersons subscribers Christ- maS fromtoo amounting 2oand Oriff FUNERAL DIRECTOR LINEt Telegraph Telephone Promptly rC 4iaf0 t nrorfpeople F To Cure a Cold One D Yin Cores Crip Days Itive Bromo signatureMillionumSeven crLOOGIVEN Presents for Subscribers Weekly Courier Journal to Willis n- PRACTICAL Complete by YELLOW COUNTY Specialty treatmen- tS paper wants share with It- proposes give away four lid COMPLETE or on very cQ r hox25c 6fE presents of 30 and 20 to be given 4Tenneasesouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louis ville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free 1i i FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will positively cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invigorates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES 50c and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY I VERNON DRUG CO Commissioners Sale KOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Reubin Harley Puff vs Notice of sale Thomas Kdmiston cDeftsB-y virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court made at its September Term 10J5 in the above styled astion for the sum of 2i 00 with interest at the rate of per rant annum from the 4th ds v of Jan J83iJ until paid SlOW with six per cent int rest from the 22th day of Kjb ISli until paid 810 with six per cut interest from the lath day of March 1805 until paid 3J with six per cent interest from the 12th day o Dec i858 until paid with six per cent interest from the 28th day o Fef 1897 until paid d8 with six Percent interest from the 29th day of May 1897 until paid and 9 with six per cent interest from the 18th day of Dec 1897 until paid and costs herein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door o the court house in Mt Vernon Ky1 to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 23rd day of October 1905 between the hours off and 4 oclock p M on a credit of months the following described prop tract of land located in Rockcas tie County Ky on the water of Whiteoak branch and bounded as fol lows On the north by the lands o f Thos Smith deceased on the west by the lands of Thos Kdmiston on tlr youth by the lands of E Mullins o the east by the lands of Jcp Mullins g containing 103 acres I will offer said above tract for sale with the follow ing tract excepted and if the trac- above mentioned with the followin excepted brings the debt interest an cot herein this wil be all that will be sold otherwise the whole wi- tbesnld without excepting any part thereof The tract excepted is hounded as follows Beginning at a stake with chestnutoak and blackoak pointers it being the intersection of J R Render sons line of 200 acre survey with a line of Mortica Mullins1 f o acre sur vey thence with Hendersons line N40 K210 poles to a stake in the Madison State road near the S W corner of Wm T Mullins yard fence thence down the State road as follows E Go poles to a stake crossin Whiteoak bronch twice thence S 40i K2J poles to a stake in said road a thence S 2H E 25 poles to a whitooak maple and blackoak on a rock at th east edge of the road corner of th survey of Wm T Mullins W131 poles to a whiteoak on a ridge to a 50 acre survey in Mordica Mullins name thence Rt W9ii poles to the b ginning containing 73 acres For the put chase price the purchase- must execute bond with approved sure ty bearing legal interst from tha day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bit t der must comply witlmlwse terms PJ5NXJNGTOX MeR COMMISSIONERS SALE HOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Willis Adams surviving partner of Jack Adams Son Puff vs Notice of sale Dee Cummins Se Deft By virtue of a judgment and order of a sale of the Rockcastle Court at its September Term 1905 I will offer for sale at the door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky Monday October 23 1905 being thelst day of the Rock castle County Court between the hours of laud 4 oclock p m to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months c with interest at 6 per cent from date of sale until paid to recover debt of 18660 interest 32895 cost of former sicifon 1125 and cost of tillS action 514 a total of 578 25 to be made A tract of land located in Rockcastle County Kentucky on the watters a Skeggs creek nd bounded as follows On the North by the Mt Vernon an Somerset road on the East by the lands of Mat Cummins and D P Betlmrum on the South by the lands of S J Kinley J A Payne and JRobert Norton redo the West by W D Payne containin 130 acres more or less The purchaser will be required to bond for purchase price approve surety having the force and effect of judgment Bidder will be prepared t comply promptly with these terns M PENNINGTON M C R C G COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Carroll Martin Guardian Charley Gadd Plff vs Charley Gadd Deft By virtue of a figment and order of 1 sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court at its September Tenn 1905 I will proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Kyon Oct J 23 1905 being County Court day be tween the hours of and 4 chock pm public outcry to the highest and best r Jiat on a credit of six months bearin cent interest ham date of sale until id Poe the purpose of reinvestment tile following described property t i r A tract of land located in Rockcastle County Kyon the waters of CIClrj creek and bounded as follows iiiug at a stone vile with two chestnut and blackoak pointers on a high cliff corner of lot NO5 in line of 100 acres thence with the line of same N 76 f E 6454 poles to a gum with pointers thence 19 E 43 poles to a whiteoak thence N 794 E 55 poles to a chestnutoak pine andchestnut thence S 74J H poles to a whiteoak and gum thence S 223z W 44 poles to chestmuts one down East of tap of a cliff corner to James Harden and Win Durham tract thence S 38 W to a poplar chestnut blacioak on hillside thence N 74i andI afcliff a comer to lot No 4 thence with the line of same S 6j W 119 poles to the be ginning Containing So acres Purchaser will be rexested to give bond for price with approved surety judgrply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON M C R C C SALEeROIKCASTLH CIRCUIT COURT J Thos Cherry Puff vs Notice of salt W A Tyree cDeftsBy virtue of a judgment aud or Circuitnurt at l 1905 I will offer for sale at tile front door of the court house in Mt horsiMonday the 23rd day of October 1Igor it being the first day of the Rockcastle County Court at puqlic auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the following described property towit A house and lot in the town of Brodhead Ky on the SE side the road leading from Brodhead to Negro creek and beginning at the totgand running thence 209 feet with a line of said lot to a Stone in line thenceery to a stone thence 209 feet a line parallel to a line first above descried to said Negro creek road to a stone thence with line of said road Theramount ordered to made by this sale is 7245 with legal interest from the ist day of January 1904 until paid and the sum of8o 25 with like interest from the ist day of Aug 1904 until paid subject to a credit of 1530 of date May ist 1905 and the cost of this suit The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security payable to me as Master Commiss ioner bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and the force and effect of a judgment M PENNINGTON C R c c COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT J Carpenter Plff vs Notice of sale M J Goodins Admr cDefts 5By virtue of a judgment and or der ot sale of the Rockcastle Cir itsSfJticourt e in Mt Vernon Ky between the hours of 10 a m and 4 oclock p Octge pubItheIwitjALivington Ky which is bound d as follows On the north and east by the land of Champ Mullins on the south by the State road and on 100feetof 200 feet The amount ordered to be made by this sale is with legal interest Ifrom the 22ndI day of January 1903 until and the cost of this suit The pur chaser will be required to execute to execute boud with good sIiouerandgof a judgment M PENNINGTON M c R c Passed Stone and Gravel With Excruciating Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years pass ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only gave relief After taking 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 No Other Remedy Can Compare With It 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 MT 38 DollarsTO IDO California AND THE NORTHWEST FROM LOUISVILLE VIA THE Henderson Route g CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate pointsI6T Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 eAlso SPECIAL HOMESEEKEKS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates IP3T If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketrcadsoverihe HENDER SON ROUTE between Louisville and St Louis Be Free reclining chair cars onall of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to West and Southwest theI IaJ IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUISVILLE KY TOGO TO ROJEY- It is this way When I need spectacles Igo to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested and he does it right When they needchanging he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont jun sotf runIOVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO By the superb MEXICOIvice over the Iron and its connections the shortest toCitynio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis ElegantDiningMexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now descriptiveliterature Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Mouni BldgLouisville TEXAS chaugellIou pay an z EastjTexasand countryWrite truck growers riot equaled in I 17NovL O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O 1 fcj iityqp s r ROC CASTLE Real Estate Co MT YEINON KY FARM No 1Tnis farm of 317 nearIa 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 good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road near Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced jj acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postollice and in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No itAfarm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post otlice A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract otT of this farm butno buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a maileI acres near Brod plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain beIacres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM No G100 acre tract 3 miles west of Mt Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory r sidencc barn and all necessary outbuildings Large orch ard and plenty water Price FARM NO 7 80 acres near Prov dunce good residence all udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty timber to run farm and well watered In one countyPriceFARM NO h2lJ acres near Freedom church splendid residece and enact desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain PriceInfirmary STANFORD KYIPractice limited to Abdominal and DisIeasesGenitourinary and Rectal Diseases andItution is prepared to administer Mas sage Hot Air Vapor Baths Hydro pathy Faradic Galvanic and Static ExaminaItions promptlyALL PHYSICIANS INVITED SENDlCipnp PATIENTS TOIFOR TREATMENT Southern Arkansas Lands Timbered rolling perfect drain age no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas and believed to be the coming clover and alfalfa countryporous clay soil and day subsoilheap est lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas booklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and L O SCHAEFERT P A io ton Belt Route Cincinnati O MvssARKS S2fCINCINNATI lBootshoesRUbrs A- ki Tf t i t OTTAWA Mr M W Bronghton the hut Trig merchant of this place is doing a fie huinessBig protract ed meeting going on at Union Ridge church D M Gooch fast o Mrs I aswell is ccr1low at tl s w ittng Mr Albert Albright IS open his 81th birthday at his m liters Mr S C Merrills Sunday last and enjoyed fiie dirs nerAll ert Hayes vesited Vd born Sunday listMrs Ju e dg tt is numbered with the eic1- 1l Preston is gonii to Cincinnati n the near frturelars John tttl op and family are visiting lice father Mr Jihn Walden thisIweek and atter ding the Miss Alice Sovvde visited this WillHamand is about ready to moveMr Ed Cox was over from Brodhead Sunday Mr James Farris is still on the ma limomal listMr Hir am Thompioii and wife has been visiting their son at Ottenhcim Mr Jackson Scott and wife v s ted the family of Joiham Bruvvn Sat or dag and SuudaylIrs C H lilanton who has been sick for some time is improving Mrs Jam Owens of Hro head called to he her mother who is very loVMrJ- im Sutton has moved to his nee residence bought of Rance Brown near this place Leonard Preston is able to be out again Isaac Her rin is improving slowlyMr I W Elder passed over to the great beyond Saturday Oct 14 He leaves a wife and two children to mourn their loss He was a men ber of the Christian church He was a man who tried to live right andwill be Jmissed by his many friends DONT BORROW TROUBLE It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary andwont out by the pains and poisons of dys pepsin hiUiousnes lirights dis ease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elec trio Bitters Here von will find sure and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your bode will not be burdened by a load ol debt disease At Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Price 5oc Guar anteed Miss Roosevelt will have to pay the duty on all the presents she brings home from aboad It will amount to 60000 OA SII O RZA EI1IceI trl and Southern Ry BETWEEN CincinnatiChattanooga Atlanta Birmingham Knoxville Asheville MobileJacksonville New Orleans- Shreveport and- Texas Points iDaul Dally PsllmtsSerrlee- toChattanooga Atlanta Jacksonville and New Orleans Dining and Observation Cars For and Rates address EM Amen TPAW East Mala Street Lexlntfoa K7 W A Gas iti W Kineanoa GealHU Gen PUIS Ail CUdJUUrfi Obis JIWmiII lI ttSl o s t ferAs IIWCl 111t1atin Niue 1rIr1iicoTnccri rmpufofllrSAlfITLPl l1nrpk saA- Lricnn rIlZI td lSrl t IrclJ s MI1IIracsinulc Sittdurc orI III11 rf l JJ ioti ll COpy or wreAPpra dV 1 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker r 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