You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal.: n. Friday, October 20, 1905. Mount Vernon signal.. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret, Mt. Vernon 1905 mou1905102001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal.: n. Friday, October 20, 1905. Mount Vernon signal.. James Maret, Mt. Vernon 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. C ZP 4 Published Every Friday r I VOLUME XIX MT VEKSON IIOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FR1DAItOCZOBER =CfF Q jI A I L di rZ 4 rl itl J fJ a 61e 1fliN J jtl 11 tN A WHILE ButAliThee FOR LESS To give a bargain you must first get it We realized this in buying our large winter stocks anct consequently c a n- giVe i you greater bargains than ever before Our OVERCOATS SUITS Heavy Shoes Rubbers Outings Flannels Wool Waistings Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and Un derwear are all in and ready for your in spec tion Too busy to write an fiSAd5 now Come early and see the largest and best selected stock o FALL and WINTER goods ever shown in Rockcastle county We are in business to make money and best do so by helpingyou u save yours M1K r h i 1J lnt iTjetnn T ignlll 3bKentucky Intelligence IFISHING EXCURSIONS ENDI Hugh Moore and His Son Were Drown ed in Laurel River London Ky Oct 10Hugh Moore and his 17yearold son Herman were drowned in Laurel river in this county near Bald Rock They were fish 11anbank of the river The boy lost his balance and fell into the water The father sprang into the water which was seven or eight feet deep to res cue him but neither reached shore IIsmallFREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDEI The IIOthersHopkinsville Ky Oct 10In a headend collision between L N freight trains at Chalybeate Springs JameSilHambey W of No 78 were painfully but not seriously injured The accident is said to be due to the failure of the operator at Kelley Station to deliver instructions to southbound trainIDR JOHN A OUCHTERLONY Eminent Surgeon Author and Profes sor Died IIAauthor and professor died of a com plication of diseases Dr Ouchter lony was one of the founders of the Louisville medical college and has oc cupied chairs in medical colleges in many cities lie was knighted several years ago by King Oscar of Sweden and by the late Pope Leo XIII Dr Ouchterlony contributed much of value to medical literature He was 67 years of age Had A Political Discussion Jit Sterling Ky Oct 1IOn Hunt- Ington creek Allen Chrech a man named White and Charles Robinson engaged in a political discussion which resulted in a shooting scrape When the smoke cleared away Robin son was found dead White and len were paccd in Jackson jail Fought at a Funeral Bowling Green Ky Oct 10As thu result of a quarrel over an estate John Phelps was killed at Ilouaker Ferry this county it Is alleged by his cons in John Honaker The men were at tending the funeral of their uncle P Honaker and fought over his es tate which is a large one Died Bt the Age of 113 FranUfort Ky Oct 10Navy Wash fngton the oldest negro woman in Frankfort died at the age of 113 She had the record in the family Bible of till date of her birth She had five children ir grandchildren 25 great Siandchildren and three greatgreat grandchildren Fell Under His Engine Lawrenceburg Ky Oct lOlatL J Hickey engineer on the westbound Southern passenger train while alighting from his Cab at the station here missed his footiilg anti fell un der the engine receiving injuries which will probably prove fatal Alleged Counterfeiters Louisville Ky Get 10lIiram Mar eum Hogart York and Luke Wright alleged counterfeiters and Theodore Foley charged with illegal sale of liquor were brought here by Secret Service Agent S A Dbnnella and lock ad up in the county jail An Addition To Elmendorf Lexington Ky Oct 10J B Hag In has added to his Elmendorf estate he farm on which is the famous Rus sell Cave spring It was bought from the late Ami De Longs estate The farm embraces about 247 acres ot choice blue grass land The Jury Was Discharged Russell viHe Ky oct 10The Guy Lyon jury was discharged as they could not agree The jury stood 11 for bedeckedfwith many colors by citizens and car tied over town Joe Meyers Arrested Ctt Ington Ky Oct 10Joe Mey ers of Pike street Lewisburg was ar rested charged with assaulting Harry Rich the young man who it Is thought will die of injuries received in a fight in Lexington pike Sunday morning Dr Crabb Exonerated Louisville Ky Oct lODrB W Crabb of Irvington Breckinridge coun ty who was arrested several weeks moneynIn the police court here Newporter Gets Contract Newport Ky Oct 10 The contract for shoeing the government horses at Ft Thomas was awarded to Winkler Seibert Newport by the quartermasters department of the United States army Two Shot By a Mountaineer Richmond Ky Oct 10 William Maness wasshot and instantly killed and his brother Irvine was mortally wounded by George Lunsford a mown tairieer Jf Barnes mountain FCLEYSKONEYlmmbrio fMci Itsc 0x iJ + IN HIS OWN DOORYARD Kentucky Farmer Shot and Killed in Kenton County Covington Ky Oct ILJohn Spar row J3 was shot in the head and heart and instantly killed In his own dooryard by Shelby Wilhoit 22 a neighbor three miles from Bracht Sta lion Kfnton county Ky Mounted upon the horse from the back of which hp fired the fatal shots Wiihoit passed his own home like the wflnd he raced for the railroad station at Rrarhf cxrane the wrath of Sparrows friends and as he stated to hurry to Covington and give myself up lo the police The Covington police were notified by telephone that WIU loit left Bracht headed for Cincinnati and Lieut Sandford and Sergt Finne gan met the traiir at Ludlow and placed him under arrest charged with murder While lying on the cot in his cellnerves unstrung and apparently laboring under an awful strain Wil Iioit in weak whispers told the story SparrowIlledenying no more than had of try ins to escape There had been bad blood between rs for a long time GEORGE LUNSFORD CAPTURED Lynching May Be in Store For the Alleged Murderer Richmond Ky Oct 11George Iunsford who killed William Maness and mortally wounded his brother vine Manors was captured by Sheriff Garrett and lodged in the Irvine jai rursfartl was located in a cave on top of Barnes mountain and was not ta lrn until after a lard fight Owing to the hninlity of the crime feeling is vary bitter against the prisoner and threats of lynching are heard on sides Sheriff Garrett has the jail heavily guarded and promises a warm reception to a mob should one appear telephone message from Rice Sta on eight miles west of Irvine stated thnt a crowd of more than 50 men passed there at dark headed in the direction of Irvine It is boSeved that this is a mob going for Lunsford A BIG DEAL MADE Byrd and Stamper Sold Their Gas and Oil Holdings in Wolfe County Mt Sterling Ky Oct 11The big gest dca ever made in tha gas and oil belt of Eastarn Kentucky was closed when Floyd Eyru of Winchester and II Stamper of Campton sold their holdings ii Wolfe county to M D Hanes and J W Morclicad cf Sister ville W Va far 48500 rash The new owners will drill for oil and pipe gas through tIt Directs of Caaiptoa Byrd s the attorn y who made a repu tation in the Hars Irlas A Romance of the War Lexington Ky Oct nThe marriage of Miss Marlanv Gratz Cay daughter of Thomas H Clay to Dr William Cogswell of Boston look place here Dr Cogswell was surgeon in one of the Massachusetts volunteer regiments during the Spanish war and met Miss Clay while the saldiers wen stationed at Camp Hamilton near this city Special Judges Appointed Frankfort Ky Oct nGov Beck ham appointed J J Nisbet of Owings vale special judge of the Bath circuit court and Maj D W Sanders of Louisville special judge of the Bell circuit court Both ate to sit in cases where the regular judges are disqualified Kentucky Grind Lodge O F Shelbyville Ky Oct 11The grand lodge of Kentucky Indepindant Order of Odd Fellows convened at the crC31cent theater about 600 I1pres tives being present The welcome was extended by Mayor L C Willis on behalf of the city Sheriff Holpnds Trial Continued Paducah Ky Oct BThe trial of Sheriff Walter Holland of Murray or the charge of Lulling Hardey Keys at Murray In January 1903 was call ed by Special Judge B Bradburn at BentORj and continued until next March by the commonwealth udora Sod For 3500 Lexington Ky Oct 11Matt Cohen sold his show lore Eudora by High land Denmark dam Mary C to Harbi son Co for 53500 The mare has been defeated only twice in a long Jist of contests wina itg 840 at the recent Louisville horse show Maj Thomas To Retire Lexina on Ky Oct 1llaj B G Thontas the Nestor of the American turf and thtr breeder of Domino the largest American winning horse has decided to dispose of his entire breed ing plant and consigned his horses to sale by auction Will Stop Tobacco Culture Brooksville Ky Oct UA large number of farmers of the county met at the court house in Brooksville county seat of Bracken county to draw a contract not to allow any seed or raise any tobacco for the year The New Domain Oil and Gas Co a Cincinnati concern struck a gusher in the Beaver creek Ky territory Chokes To Death on a Fig Mt Vernon 0 Oct HDr Abisha S Hudson 86 years old died He choked to death nafg He founded Keokuk Medical college and contrib uted much to medical science He was wj1el mown over the country widow survives him After the war Japan surrenders 68 745 pt Doers and Russia will surren der only 1880 to Japan DnW DJDJEtJl stops e7ir r fr W Best P Quality aexeaereaas X A PPVLAfl STft aT V = =I v Is by Four Characteristics yIt 1 Superior quality of its goods 2 An eagerness for late styles and 3 Always the lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons 1 a THIS is the foundation of our business and for 15 years we have held strictly to the t 4thislHAVING just relurned from the market centers we are prepared to say that we have v ibought the finest and largest stock of Fall and Winter goods ever shown in thiscounty This 3 includes a selection of new and Dress Goods str1ishR iffIwill be glad to show you through our extensive line and give you prices cheaper than the y C TipTopiWTrecot Flannel all colors and all wool 25cents per yard Outings 5cts to 10cts per yard uf Best Calicoes 5cls per yard i K 5 Dont fail to give us a call we can save you moneya Lowest Prices i Established Known THOS CHERRY Bargains Service i l11Jddlfdlfd17dlTOlZfd17dlfd170Jr J1rDlrDVDVDrDrL IiV Gibralter of Rocl castle t1 F iti ancial Institutions r mtta lj It j mmtdi ACCOUNTS OF m Individual Firms and ora lo s Solid led rfGivemant profitable relation Pay 3 interest on all of S101 m or more when left in the bank not check Q ro- W ed upon for a period of six monthstd J HUTCHESON Cashermm ni u1 v211QQQUAIL John A Proctor has added oI his house a new coat of paint Eld apIpointment 1andof Brodhead is visiting her mother in law Mrs Elizabeth Owens of this placeDr D B Southard and lamily left Tuesday for Cen tral Kansas We regret very much to give him up as he was a splen did doctor and a good citizenV T Taylor paid Mr J Nv Brown of Level Green a visit last week andreports Mr Browns health W A Owens lost a good mare a few days ago cause of death mi JysickDavid proctor is doing some carpentering on BuckcreekW A Owens the mail carrier egg ped dler is talking of going to Ciucin nati for a short timeMr Luther Owens very danger ous fight the other morning wit an oPossum He went to bus buggy to bitch his horse and to his surprise found that an opossumI had takan possession of hicklei So he bacame frightened and after a battle he rereate- and called for help His brother John Alfred came and with dogs and clubs they finally succeeded in rousting the oPossum So he went to his buggy and went on joicing over his victory saying that herdid not fear such beasts g 1 iy 1887 3 BRODHEA1 KENTUCKY Headquarters for OF KY or and ro per cent ro and little REV A J PIKE WRITES OF HIS Garrad Co KyJ INinaOctober loth 1905 To The Mt Vernon Signal partialImy past eight weeks I held a two weeks meeting vith North Row ling Furk church in Boyle county which resulted in 18 confessions and baptisms Also a two weeks meeting with mv Hayville church in Marion county assisted bv BroI O M Hue of Stanford the re suit of which was 19 additions toj the church We have just closed the third meeting which we held with the Gilead church in Madison county The prej nt year is my six 11iassisted in the Giiead meeting and teu was the number baptized We are now in a meeting with Free don church in Garrard county at the result of which we willhwe the cause of the blessed Christ and the salvation of the lost Fratenia1JyI RICKd n breaking down due to the dy pep sits or Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life PIIsI They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Dure headache dizziness too At Mt Vernon Drug r I btLatest s Styles r Important Perfect C fThe County BRODIIEAD deposits stillunchanged encountered Spoonville constipation Co23C guaranteed 0t novelties OTTAWA Born to the wife of C H Blan ton on the 5tha fine girlW E Hayes of Wildie visited his uncle hee Sunday Arch Hayes is on the sick listLeonard Preston is still iniproveing Isaac Herriu remains about the same Mrs Frank Cash is Numbered with the sick Campbell Houk and family visited the family of W P Hayes Sunday hstAlbtrt Albright and Albert Hayes attended the meeting- at Providence SundayMrs Pres Overbey passed over to the great beyond Thursday morning 5th- FULL OF TRAGIC MEANING As these lines from J H Simmons ot Casey la Thinkwhat might have resulted from his teri thehI had a fearful cough that dis turbed my nights rest I tried every thing but nothing would re lieve it until I took Dr Kings New Coughandline Instantly relieves and per lankdiseaseimonia at Mt Vernon Drug Co TrialbottleIn accordance with the provis GeorgeWdissected in the interest of science A WashingtonrFolk of Missouri is going to make v a speech in Louisville in the inter estofthefusaoacity ticket Tx rrVERNON SIGNAL FID Y OCTOBER 13 1905 Published eVery Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising sales made known on application HISTORICAL SKETCH RAIL ROAD FREIGHT RATES Milwaukee Wi sept osCir cum lances have made Wuconsin the storm center or the agitation for govern vent regulation oftai way rates Circumstance number one is the fact thU Milwaukee the metropolis of the State is the home of E P Bacon the leader ana spokesman of such organized effo as i behind the mnvemnt An11 r tlio itctimsarce is that Go v La Follette professional foe of cor rations and Air Bacons chief lieutenant alo lives in Viicimsni Stillanother circumstance is iii fact that Wisconsin now has in force a railroad law drafted by Mr Bacon and Gov La Kollette which was designed to remedall evils complained of in railroad manage ment but which seems to have miscarried in part at least E P Bacon the leader of the rate regulation forces has been a grain commission merchant in Milwaukee since 1865 He is one of the wealthy men of the city a dea cou in the Presbyterian churchman a noted throughout the Stat e for unostertious charity and sterling integrity Mr llacons word is as good as his bond Indeed everyone in Wisconsin knows he can le depended upon without either word or bond He has been twic President of the Chamber of Com merce but has never held or sought political office In all matters save one Mr Bacons business judgment is esteemed by his fellow citizens as of the soundest The exception is the railway rate question Regarding Mr Bacons attictude on railway rates MIlwaukee hi home city has formerly put itself on record through resolutions adopted by the Merchants and Man ufacture Association This is an organization with a niembershi comprising practally every busine man of prominence in the city They represent products manufactured in Milwaukee last year of an aggregate value of 165 43949- and a wholesale trade of 384500 164 The Bacon resolutions were to the effect that Mr Bacon had the full and free permission of the Association to go in and wipe u the earth with railroads if he wanted to but that in the progress he must riot presume speak for or i any matter whatsoever involve the Association witout first obtaining express permission from the boar of directors To express it in another way Milwaukee has taken occason to assure Mr Bacon officially that his long career as an u right business man and good citizen has earned fur him the right to dulge freely any little eccentricity that may serve to interest him hut he musnt disturb the neighbors For Milwaukees manufacturers in 1904 showed an increase of 13628 567 over the preceeding years while the volume of trade increased 27806197 in the same time Such a condition of prosperity altogether too satisfactory to be intcrupted Mr Bacon is also Chairman the Interstate Commerce Law Con vention which he claims embraces 512 organizations of various sorts in 45 States and territories with a total membership of 400000 When a hardheaded steadygo ing business man undertakes tad a certain thing there must he sum reason for his action When the undertaking i n national crnsad- which attracs the attention of eight- million people and sets thirteen r billion dollars in capital by the ear the underlying motive thereof worth seeking By consulting the annual report of the Milwaukee Chamber Commerce for 1904 it will be faun that the total receipts of grain all kinds at Milwauke in 1904 wer 37794006 bushels as compare with 38359949 bushels the pre ceeding year 4861 1247 bushels in 1899 and 51 654740 bushels in Also that in 1904 Mlwaukee han- led 8427256 bushels of wheat a compared with 24457347 bushel- received at Chicago her rival o one side and 86935980 bushel- received at Minneapolis her viva on tht other side and that Milwau kee handled 17519400 bushels o corn as compared with 25316947 ChicagoThese light of the kuoweldge that Mr Bacon is a grain commission merchant become illuminating Mr Bacon began handling grain on a Commission basis forty years ago when all grain was marketed through commission men who go a rake off of a cent a bushel on everything they handled For many years Milwaukee grew rapid ly iu importance as a grain market Then Minneapolis developed int the worlds foremost milling cente- and Chicago had become firmly es talished as the great crossruads on the highways of commerce When these two conditions hsd become crystialized Milwaukee dropped from her eminence as a grain market like the stick from a bpent roc kct tunic the methods of rCOUliOUOIized owned by the railroads and getting cent a bushel for acting as clerk great elevator companies with taiga boughtitheir own elevators until the mark et was favorable Instead of a mere commission they make a prof it often of several cents a bushel The commission for such houses as still contrived to keep in the busi ness dropped to three quarters of a cent then to half a cent and finally to a quarter of a cent a bushel The commission mans profit was clipped from both ends until noth ing was left but ends with no in tervening middle IVhile methods were thus com Mr Bacon clung to the same old way of doing things as immovable as the Rock of Gi braltar Instead of starting for high ground when the flood Came Mr Bacon seized a broom and sought- e to sweep thejyaters back This interesting effort was begun in 1884 when the Chicago Burling ton and Northern was completed along the western boundary of Wis cousin to Chicago but not to Mil waukee and the Illinois Central was built up through central Wis consin also missing Milwaukee The Milwaukee roads gave the same rates en grain to the Wiscon sin metropolis as the Chicago roads gave to Chicago Rates being equal grain naturally went to the market which had the advantage of loca tion which chanced to be Chicago Mr Bacon wanted to divert the currents of commerce bv law so the Interstate Commerce Commission was asked to compel the CId eSt P railway to grant lower rates on grain from Wisconsin points to Milwaukee than to Chicago be cause in most cases Milwaukee was 60 to 75 miles nearer to the point of shipment The grain producers were not with Mi Bacon in his endeavor to compel them to ship all their grain to Milwaukee They- s preferred to have competing bids from two markets In due time the Interstate Commerce Commission ordered the C M St P to grant lower rates on Wisconsin grain to Milwaukee than to Chicago andssIllinois Central roads which would have been shut out of the grain trade in the greater part of Wis 4cousin by this arrangement since not reach Milwaukee an nounced that if rates were to be based on distance they would duce the rate on jjrain to Chicago- p just as much as the other road re duced it to Milwaukee This would have brought the situation back to 11the starting point with a loss of revenue to the railroads as the ne result of the operation- d The next move was known as 1the Milwaukee Chamber of Com merce case Mr Bacon aud two or three followers complained to the CommissionPon South Dakota and Southern Min 1nesota to Minneapolis the great milling center which now dorcina 1ted the great northwest wheat mar ket bore an unjust relation to the Milwaukee rate The Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce promptly- e intervened and became a party de fondant It was a vital matter to Minneapolis to beable to buy wheat for her great mills advantageously vata to suit everybody concerned The rate per se was never called in question it was the difference The traffic men got together and wrangled until they were tired then announced that they could not determine upon a differential just to both cities and- e to the railroads Terewas a hearing and then a second rehear pointedYwhich justified the Cbi 8 St P lowersthe Omaha road in giving Minne apolis a lower rate than Milwaukee routedofroad to Minneapolis involveddCommission would make a tariff they would adopt it The Com roadsdMinneapoliss tonastariffcommittees couldnt agree and the wltioltfets the advantage over the other everyeful followers Becoming convinc ed at last that existing laws were not strong enough to make the current of commerce run up hill the national crusade for govern beguntThis movement will reach its climax next month when the fdre most business men of Chewelah Peshtigo Dealwood Ogden Gaff Colvillertion Steubenville Sommerville t Tv fv INVESTIGATE IA THOROUGH investigation has shown to our customers we are Headquarters for Bar gums Thats why our trade is irtcreasa ingIt Iwill pay you to investigate our prices and give as your trade We pay you the highest prices for your produce and you go away satisfied In Summer Dress OpcLldl Ddigdlllb Goods and Shoes A C HIATT HI ATT KY I I e1BB li E1 ItVOl that Ufurto4aanBROWNoamBB ErEiEiEiEr ErE8 Chat lion O kaoosa Lind borgj and other com nercial centers assemble in national convention in Chicago to throw the weight of their concerted influence in favor of legislation which will place the making of rates beyond the caprice ofrailway traffic managers r WHY J T COOK IS FOR THIS INDL PE DENT TICKS ET Why are you for the Independ ent Ticke has been asked me time and again and I know the ques tion has been asked of hundreds of other republicans in this county I am for it because I believe it is for the best interest of the tax pay ars and people generally in this county Why do I believe that Because I believe there is in our courthouse mantuined a ring or clique that the officials comprising it work more for their own interest than they do for the interest of the people of the county that their object is to keep themselves in office draw their pay and hand out bene fits and privileges to a chosen few that they hae been extravagant with and mismanaged the fiscal af fairs of the county The administration just preceed ing the present one after paying all the current expensee of the county and expending more than 160000 on public improvements left a surplas for the present admin istration of 95000 and it left tl e roads of the county in good repair The county roads to day are in a wretched condition although there has been collected in taxes several thousand dolhrs more for road pur poses during the present adminis tration than was collected for that purpose during the former adminis tration In addition to the taxes collected in the former administra tion there has been collected dur ing the present in the way of railroad franchise taxas more than 8 00000 and besides the values of property in the county have largely increasedwhich has largely in creasedthe amount of taxes Near ly three eighths of all these extra thousands was paid for road pur poses Was it so used During the present administration there has come into the county treasury in the way of franchise tax surplus and the tax on increased values more than nine thousand dollars more money than came into the treasury during the former admin istration and yet there was no re duction in the rate of taxation till the present year The rate of taxes now due is two and onehalf cts lesson the Jioo worth of taxable property for county purposes than it had formerly been Notwith standing all this extra money the present administration has not ex pended 50000 on public improve mentsWhat has become of all that man ey The last settlement of the county treasurer showed there was less than one thousand dollars in the treasury I can answer that question in one way only Bad management extravagance Can it be lesaIdred dollars of this money we ntIIt went to your County Altorn r jf1 r1 t iii1 and another attorney For what More than two thousand was giver them as attorney fees in a suit that was peuding in the Court of Ap peals the suit in which the above- mentioned franchise tax was recov ered but they were not employed till more than three months afte the case had been finally JusiGurt ac judgment Your County Attorneys name does not appear as an attorney in the reports of that case Nearly 500 more was handed over to the same attorne s in a similar case for similar services I believe those fees were unnecessary improper and should not have bee paidThere are many other good rea sons wiry I am against the Court- House Riug but time and spate will not ncjtnit of them now I am glad that I am not the only republican that is against this clique of ring Many of the most prominent tepublicans of the coun ty hardworking republicans tru and tried republicans as I am are with me We are not making wa on the republican party but on the official conduct of men that we be lieve yea that we know has not been in the interes of the people We want a change not merely a change from one office to an other ut a change that is change and if there is anything in what the people say and in the signs 1 of the times we ar goingtohve tl at change 013 9 Very respectfully J J COOK CatSCOTTS Emulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion IOU know what you want the man knows you ought to hav li Dont be surprised though f you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod aver oil are plenti ful but dont imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion WJiy Because It has always been better than any substitute For it Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O941S Pearl Street New 6Oc and S1OO All druggists z Ht Cost For CEls11J ==3 L Having purchased the half interest of J R IIoul in the firm of Haul Adams Iwill sell all goods at COST for Cash When we say COST we mean COST goodslin3000 in a short time to pay to Mr Houk we are going to give to our customers Bargains never before offered in Mt Vernon 700000worth of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing and Notions forIUSlnessI IS Successor t- oHOUKADAMS POLITICS AS1 1OUTlUlAftii rAmn the facts dLegislative Insurance ImestigIIting Committee in New terday were the contribu the Mutual Life Insurance Corn pany of 40000 to the Republican National Committee last fall 35 ooo in 1900 and 15000 in 1896 vrhile it was also developed that the company paid 72000 last year for lunches for employes 1Gov Beckham will probably re ply to day to Thos W Lawsons aequest that he act with the Gov errors in demanding that the big insurance companies restore squan dered money to the policy holders TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis- r greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rites on February 21 March 21 JO5 to Arkansas Texas Indian nd OkUhomn Territories and numerous points in other Western states Great opportunity for the lomeseeker or investor Home eeker round trip tickets on salt very first and third Tuesdays a ach month limited 21 days Lands ire cheap rates arc tiny Cheap round trip rates now in effect toe winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits andstop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per son ally conducted Tourist sleeper Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G 3011Norton NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known tfTbe curable by BucHensj Arnica Salve James Walters of aecascer on my for oars that seemed incurable till Bucklers Arnica salve healed it and now tis prfectly well Guaranteed clue for cuts and burns 2CC at 11t Vernon Drug Co CASTORIA For Infants and The Kind You Have ChildrenI IIBears the of dldr ST FRANCIS VALLEI LANDS Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crop no failures Open winters Land now cheap but advancing investi gate this fall Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Write for St Francis Valley bookletL SCHAEFER T P AICotton Belt Route Cincinnati O roLEnIlONEYA1QTAR fez cldrstr af surf mfl ta r v ti 1 i 6v h a r o 9 vy iJv HOE4Sitta HAVE you examined our line f Spring and Summerfir 4 M dto so before g buying C PRICE and QUALITY both will suit you t i Yours j 1 Phone 66 661Mt Tt n n = S McKENZIE I COMO COME- EiW invite all to come and see us At my store you will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and i Notions CLOTHING I nilIWe earn a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods ire right and our prices are right I Yours very truly I Phone No 83 JONAS SttcKEZIE JONAS McKEKZIE J YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BAr K of ii MT VERNON willgive it careful attention This message applies to the men ants the women alike Remember we pay 3 pet cent interest on all deposits of 5100 or more when left with the bank and nut checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS 00 WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS Vice Pres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Building permits in Louisville issued durhgthe month just ended numbered 221 the total cost being 02820 and compared with 191 permits for buildings costing i74 270 in the same month in 194 tt fusE Ra TiA i 8BootsShoesRubbers Cast LeastWear BEst i I Salesman E G ROCiS lS nOOc y MT VERNON SIGNAL Ml VERNON Ky SEPT 29 1f05 s 79Cntt up No 70 rheavAnt hCuunle-nt wtli SIOMAU lC a n CoI TIME TABLE 22 north 121 pm- t north 332 a m south 124 p 11WI 21 South 1236 a in TAS LANDRUM Agent Phona No 58 HIlIolllttllf aft rllllnK lostl1IiCP IS tleNnolclass trait utatrer 7 Eli SON All of Mrs M Pennington has been very sick this week tier Dr and Mrs John M Williams visited home folks this week Cleivic Hayes larning teleg If rnphy under J A L Uncle John Reams ndrumIdi li is been seriously ill are glad to he able to report Mrs Franklin very much improved vine Dr and Mrs G B Lawrence 2 have moved to Hyden Leslie conn 1ttrillJ W Baker passed through Wednesday en route to Louisville the to buy goodserAlly C C Williams was in Rich no moid yesterday looking after source legal matters Dr A G Lovell and W J zens Sparks attended the Development ted Convention in Louisville U G Baker the King of low j rices this week in Louis rifle buying goodtnAltys Walker Moran and Kl and mer Evans of London came down T Sunday to see two of our most beautiful young ladies- J will P Dalton formerly of Wildie lut now Hung at Washbnrn Tenn r spent several with friends and ret atives in the county t The latest report iron Eugene Mullins indicates that he is notdo ing so well He overdid hinwl alyt the G A R at Denver Jack Conn has accepted a position as traveling salesman for Roh child Weinbaum wholesale boot and shoe merchants of Louisville jail Mr Wilson Renner who left this county several years ago and mov ed ti Illinois is here on a visit He is an uncle of J W Renner of Pougo Mrs HT Bastin after a two weeks visit to Mt Vernon friends of lthas returned to Lancaster While Mete she made many new and a warm friends While in Louisville las week Jonas McKenzie either lost or was to robbed of 5000 and his railroad ticket lIe is inclined to believe tare was the latter by E C Jones of Laurel who is an Independent condidite for Repre sent tive for this and Laurel counties was her here this wrek in the interest of his candidacy- R E Thompson das moved the Geo Evans farm between Crab Orchard and Lancaster farm was purchased by Mr Dave Thompson last week for 20000 Wednesday as Mrs George GenIand try was returning to her horse which she was hometheI throwing her to the suit of which is a broken limb and several painful bruisesJDr D B Southard notifies us that his post office address hereafter will be Haven Kansas DrI Southard was rapidly building a name for himself in that part 01I the county in which he practiced l and to be continually losing such promising ybuug men as he isj what U holding our county back more thau any thing else But such we may expect solong as there are no inducements offered to the sling generations LOCALr tf The Brown Memorial School enMondaytSPEAKING John W Brown candidate i Count j Attorney C C Williams V and P D Colyer will address J citizens of Brcdhead and vicinity tomorrow night Saturday tfr4tb on the issues of the cam paign Come and hear them J TC Ml LLlNS ipTS I Chain Camp Com v 7 i 1 hH Junction City had a Street fair this week and Robert VlOdlllof Brcdhend thefiled his petition with the County Court Clerk s a rnndidate fOJM MiTistruie in the Urodlicad atldM Browns precincts A special venire are being snni- mouol ra in this county to go lo London to try the who killed 01Tltire was a hung jury- APPItECIAIEl NOTICE The Mr VIU NON SIGNAL grows better with every sue hasjut rounded out its 19th all year six of which have been under of manageIlI1ent and FOR SIIrRIFPR J Abney of this Scaffold Cane and E A Herrin Quail met here Monday and announced themselves candidates Sheriff on the Independent isu ticket Abiiey will head the ticket ter with Herrin as his chief and successful the county is to iJeBr idt cqualy between them and J one to have the right to se Miss his own deputy No 22 the Norton and Louis passenger train ran into No the Knoxville and Cincinnati EIiugltc The engine on No 22 and tee Pullman on No2 were consid in bly damaged Some eighl ortpassengers were injured butd one fatally hurt Some twentyfive or thirty C lithl of the town met in the com t house Tursday night and nomina the the following ticket for town officers Judge B S Dlau1tSI Marshal E B Brown and lot ash R B Mullins Fnz Krue S C Franklin Dr S C Days T J Penninngton Judge J Adams will be a candidate for reelection and we understand there be a full opposing ticket Deputy Marshal W T Shore accompanied by Deputies Mullins leg Sreenleaf Mitchell and Shacktl ford conducted a successful raid in Jjsiili conisy this week The par is captured two shiners and a large besides several hundred gal Tons of beer The illicit distillers taken are James Durbin and A Ashcraft They were brought to this city yesterday and placed H to await time action of the Fed eral Court which meets next month Richmond Register Since the Brown Memorial School have spent something over 5000 in our town this year in 5m provement we think it is the duty G every citizen to show their appreciation by uniting and building good side walk from the dormitory to the school During the win ter months it is almost impossible travel If you w vnt to improve the town and encourage those who improving it indicate the same your actions if the interest ot the town is not considered silence a will besufficicnt evidence James Mare manager of the Rockcnstle lines of the Bastin Telephone Company says the new pole Hue will be finished to Pine Iter Iteon to Livingston Two of these wires connect direct with London all Southeast Kentucky as well as Babourville Beattyville and Eastern counties Lt esHOw be ing constructed in this county are fir tclass and uptodate and our people will have as good service is given anywhere Mr is the pioneer telephone laretI Southeastern Kentucky and the origins incorporators Basiin company of which he is still secretary Through or Long distance connection is now receiving careful attention and is improved right alon- gLIV1N0SI0i Messrs J W Baker Joe Dick erson Granville Adams and Von Mullius were in Mt Vernon M dayGM Ballard of Mt non was here Sunday and J T Ireland was called Wednesday on account of the ous illness of his mother at 1Mrs Ed Quinn and baby returned to her home in ton Wednesday after a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs J B andos Saturday and Sunday helMs W T Merriinea and children visited in Stanford last wee- kItlMrs George Pope has returned home from Stanford Mrs John Shearer and children of Paris visited ler parents Mr and Mrs Jas McGuire returning home last week Mr and Mrs Henry Reynolds L have taken the Riverside Mansion are running firstclass hotelgu Mr and Mis Samuel Ward of of south side dined with Mr dud there Will Waid SundayMrs Caison is visiting her son Steve Carson at JellicuMr and ill Mrs Harry Jenkins nee Miss NoI Hayes who were married Sept Vhy 24th visited in Louisville Frank Just and Graftousburg before Set UJ in their new home in Lebanon of l1t1ctiononn Asher who has been ill with typhoid fever at the home of Mrs L H Davis is con valescent Miss Lillie Woodall of Woodstock and Miss Lillie Wood hope of Hazel Patch are the guests Mrs Ed Woocall Tee Griffin of LaFolletle Tent Sam Magee of Crab Orchard it have been the guests of their relatives and and numerous friends here cckUlnt ti Mrs J H Browning Friday Oct 6th a 13 poundsonMrs Kate Magee returned was to Crab Orchard accompan by hergrandson Master Valvis Browning Mrs A J Pir eH1 daughter Mrs C H Frith t1 were the guests of lIrstb A MtthlinsTee Griffin aid ild Ht1 tina Mullins attended the McCluie Reynolds weddingat Mar tburg Monday They were ac cumpanicd here by Mr and Mrs Park McClure who were en route to their home iu ParisMrs E S e and Misses Kitlie Lee Jo nott Masters Lewis and Meii E more are visiting relatives J CampbfcllsviKe J E Wooda l for Blue Ridge Ga Wednes nilor morning E S Elmore fit Knoxville visited his family heir vard week Mr and Mrs J locker of LaFollete have bleu iams guests of Mr and Mrs J R sere Orudorff Mrs Susan BenderJa of Parks ile was the gee wed of Dr and 1rsjS c Cooper Trains were delayed Tuesday on account of a rear enc collission between No2 of the Knoxville division and NoT 22JNorth bound for Louisville young man by lie name Liuch cf Hazel Patch suffered a broker and several other passenger were bruised up considerably Miss Ella Hilton of Middlesboro the guest of Misses Myrtle anr Bertha Chewning Mr J H Let rich and daughter Miss MtbeJt f Williamson have beon visiting Mr end Mrs GD Cook Miss Len rich and Mrs G D Cook are visiting Mrs J T Roberts at Gun Sulphur IJllOOHEAl Mrs M F Wiilmott has returned home after a very pleasant week visiting her daughter Mrs W Brooks in Knoxville Tenn Miss Willie Benton who is at tending Nazireth Academy Naz reth Ky is visiting parents for a few days She will return Satur dayThis week must have been drummer week from the number at the Frith and Albright hotels Chas Lyons and wife of Junction City are at the Albright Hotel for few daysMrs M E Wilmott and John M Cranor were both ouJt trajn No 22 last Tuesday when thelrear end ClhS lOn happened were injured notseriotisWal G Smith has resigned his posi as assistant cashier here to a similar one at New Hope The vacancy will be filed by Barbee McAfee of Liwrenceburg Jno M Cranor left Wednesday for Richmond Va and will go from there to Vaycross Ga Where he and family will spend the winter returning to Btodhead about April 15 11Albert Cherry and April Shaffer are both confined to their beds with something like typhoid feverH H Hutcheson Cashier of the Farmers Bank at Kirks vHle was visiting his brother J W Hutcheson first of the week IgDr M L Myers of Mt Ver ion Iprofessional I friends who assisted him in of11vwent to MtVernon to help a fel ISlow of whom they knew nothing gR S Martin is ir Junction City looking after his tobacco interests The Gibraltar of Rockcastle hasi been tried and still bears its old loyalname without a blemish Mrs Joshua Dunn and daughter Miss Ella have returned from a 6 weeks visit to their many friends and relatives in Boyle and Garrard counties We cordially extend to our Wildle correspondent and friends to come over to Brodhead r- j t tlirandto not treat them as one our Las ja treated when over Why lee have girls that raIan the midst of one of Sam Junes greatest sermons Good looking they cant be beat any where come over and take a look at them and if you are not convinced the fact the Brodhead Young Metis Club will pay all ofour expenses There is preaching every Sunday and Sunday night atone of the three churches We before many moons wax and wane that the new train between Corbin and Louisville will be running Everybody is in favor of it wilt be a great convenience to all a paying inxestnient for the company Rev A J Pike is in Girrard county holding a protracted meeting Joshua Boreng Jr in town firt of the week Hubert Barnes of Cincinnati is his uncle Geo M E of this place JW Hutch on returned Tuesday from trip to Cincinnati The reliable Sons of Rest art oing to migrate to Key West Fla vhere it never frosts and cost lothing to live The Brodheac will then be vacant Thust- ho will go are C C Cable O A rich Horace Benton R G Wit F L Durham Chas Hurt Valter Miller Virgil Martin am W TharpR H Harnn roke the record here in ordering made suits He ordered 23 one week Representing Ed Rose Co of Chicago II Hon JW Brown C C Wit and P D Colyer will speal Saturday night in the City over the bankRev J A lawyers Will preach at the M E lurch Friday and Sattrday nights itinday and Sunday night MATTER OPHEALTH POWDERINscth1the r Pure Jl4S NO SUBSTITUTE A Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum or phos phatic acid COa When for puce drugs you re on the the hunt Just step right in the yellow front And if I do the drugs you sell Theyll surely make you sound ai d well And when your babies do get sick bring them here and do be quick ll give them drugs that are so pun That in a short time theyll be well sure There are other things I have in store That were bought long since the days of yore Suchas cigars tobacco and envelops Stationary paints and toilet soaps And now kind friends I wisi to say The yellow front is here to stay And if from me pou buy your pills Youll not be bothered itlr doctors bills S C DAVIS Ayerst i Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the SarsaparillaI stomach then dyspepsia biliousness loss of appetite 11 Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years hirnlrs from Ilia war I wu a mrluealntwnagmetSarrarartila utm Scranton Pa lUG J ntzagingtru riot l e measmrami LpureIo94Rid owclfJ ro lar with Aycrs PUIs =BARGAINS at c Krueger Sons = 1 WE have boo Suits that will sell at less than cost We can fit a boy from 3 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 order to have room for our fall goo- dsSHOPS we are giving away when we cant male a sale Eat Drink and be Merry for we are selling Daisy Patent flour at 75c a sack Meal at yoc per bushel We also keep in stock anysize of win dow glass wantediHighest Market Prices paid for Country Produce 600 GIVEN q AWAY o Jhristmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Courier Journal 0 The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants o share the profits of this prosper us year with its subscribers It roposes to give away twenty Christ nas presents ranging from 100 o 20 amounting to 600 in all here will be four general presents f too S50 and 20 and sixteen oresents of 30 and 20 to be given the states of Kentucky Indana rennessee Texas Mississippi Mis ouri Virginia and Alabama The tau is fair and simple Write to the ounerJournal Company Louis ile Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free TO CONS UMIfIYESIThe underssriicd leulth by shuttle veral re ra fritha l that dread disease is l nxiotis to make known to hit fellow sutrer rsrthe means ef cure To those who he will clitei fully send free of IcsireI 1of ihe prescription used which SUITIOXISTIIJCTKIH vill cost them nothing slid may drove a lessiugwill ItEV VlIoN Brooklyn New York nar 05 1yrTEXAS Ifyou are contemplating cUange vhy not locate in Texas where the vVinters rre mild and a home canto purchased for what ou pay an mally in rent in the North Hast Texas offers opportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in my other section of our country Write for literature and Homeseek rs rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 107 and LO SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O WITH THECHARACTER t or TM- CWOMAN Sold Take TI Pat entered a plea of not guilty in Omaha Monday to the charge of with intent to kill the case was set for a negro ran amuck in Chicago he was finally captufedTjby the police k tHtt1tnnnUiHtH tHtnl j PRACTICAL rrs E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Stice Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming EH Edone Bine Hearse attached g = ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled g EPbone No 63 7iU1H11U U1U1U lU1U1U1U1U1U1U UU1U1Ul111UHllUl1U1UU1 The YELLOW Front OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty till come for fair DAVIS Propr PHONK No 53 ro Q Mr dJ c rtGRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I iI= Brodhead Ky rl by MT VERNON KENTUCKY PRICE 300 L Seven Million boxes sold past 12 months Crowe and come and before rvA had killed and awe man When the of the regis ration list begun in Monday time Democrats the names of 153 negroes be stricken from the books Dr Oliver B Hart was held nl1n Mt Vernon Ky LINEfo Coffins Caskets and Robes W All Mail or Tele phone orders Filled f Xo 1 FKrueger Sons in to to UNnBRTAKERil Protilptlyt irr J Pi lfvcc n fYskon e l A I To Cure a Cold in One Dy Laxative Broino Qt iniate Signature shooting Tablets policeman purgation Louisville presented Willis Griffin AN- DFUNERAL uiRECTOR THE treatment SVa COMPLETE Telegraph peope ICuresen everJ box25c answer without bail by a Coroners jury in Chicago on a charge or having caused the death of ten year n old IreneKlokow The Court of Appeals of Ken tucky in session at Frankfort 3Ptcproved a memorial to the life and character of Judge Joseph U Lew is soldier and jurist f 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 invig orates the whole system It IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES 60c and 100 of sale c By of a and of sale of the at its lKr in the for the sum of 27 00 with at the rate of 6 per wnt the 4th day of Tan 18 with six per cent int the 22th of with six per cent the lath day of 1896 31 with six per cent the 12th day of Dec i896 with six per cent the 2Sth of Fef 1897 6 with six the 29th day of 189 and 9 with six per cent the 18th of Dec 1897 and costs I to for sale at the of the in Mt Ky to the and best at lie on the 23rd of 1905 the of and 4 p M on a the tract of land in tla Ky on the of and as fol On the by the of on the west by the of on the sou h by the of E the east by the of Jep acres I will said tract for sale with the ing tract and if the with the the debt and cost this wil be all that will be sold the will be sold any The tract is as at a with and it the of J R Hons line of 200 acre with a lina of 5o acre with line N40 to a in the near the S W of Vm T the as al2 F 6o to a S E2i to a in said S 241 E 25 to a and on a at the east of the of the of Win T S60 to a on a to a 50 acre in name fi67 W98 to the 73 acres For the put the must with sure ty the of sale and the and of a Bid der must it c 4 Son vs of sale Dee c Deft By of a and of sale of the at its 1905 I will offer for sale at the door of the court in Mt Ky 23 1905 the 1st day of the the of and 4 p in to the and best on a of six with at 6 per cent from date of sale to debt of cost of 1125 and cost of tins total of 578 25 to he A of in on the of and as On the by the Mt and road on the East by the of Mat and D P on the by the of S J J A and rod on the West by W D 130 acres more or less The will be to for the and of a will be to with M M C R C C Pin vs Deft By of a and of sab of the at its for sale at the door of the court in Mt Ky on Oct 23 1905 be r the of i and 4 p in af to the and best on a of six t cent date of sale Ar the of the A tract of land in Ky on the of and as a stone wile with two and on a cliff corner of lot No sin line of acres with the line of same N E f4 to a gum with 194 to a N i9z E 55 to a and m W to a on N 74Jf to a and a cliff a corner to lot No 4t with the line of same S 63i W 119 to the So acres will be to bond for with and of a ment will be to com ply with M M C R C C J Plff vs of W A c By of a or der of of at its I for at the of the in Mt the of 10 a m and 4 p m on the of 905 it the of the at to the and on a of six Ky on the S E the to at the N E of B A lot and 209 feet a of lot to a in of J U 144 feet of ry to a 209 feet a to a ed to to a line of 144 feet to the to by is the 1st of the sum of 30 25 the 1st to a of 15 30 of sat and the cost of be to to me as of the and M c RC c J vs of M J c By of a or der ot of the Cir at its I for at i the of the in Mt the of 10 a ni and 4 p m on the of the of th der on a of six to as by the of o the by the and on by an and 100 a of 200 the cost of pur be r to of the of a M c c r r Excruciating A H Co O uI have been with and for or with the was A few the dust like fine etc and now have no across my and feel like a new man has me of No It W of N C had and of a cure and he says is no that with it IND RECOMMENDED BY MT VERNON DRUG CO Commissioners Sale CIRCUIT COURT Reubin llurleyPhfv-s Notice Thomas Kdroiston Defts virtue judgment order Rockcastlc Circuit Court made September Term above styled astion interest annum from until paid 1000 restfrom day KiblSSHS until paid interest from March until ptid interest from until paid interest from day until paid percent interest from May until paid interest from day until paid herein expended shall proceed otter front door court house Vernon highest bidder pub auction Monday day October between hours oclock credit ofix months following described prop located Rockcas County waters Whiteoak branch bounded lows north lands Thos Smith deceased lands Thos Edmiston lands Mullins onI lands Mullins containing offer above follow excepted tract above mentioned following excepted brings interest herein otherwise whole without excepting part thereof excepted bounded follows Beginning stake chestnutoak blackoak pointers being intersection Hender survey Mortica Mullins survey thence Hendersons E210 poles stake Madison State road corner Mullins yard fence thence down State road follows poles stake crossing Whiteoak bronch twice thence poles stake road thence poles whiteoak maple blackoak rock edge road corner survey Mullins poles whiteoak ridge survey Mordica Mullins thence poles beginning containing chase price purchaser execute bond approved hearing legal interst from day until paid having force effect judgment comply withuhesc terms PENNINGTON eRe COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT COURT Willis Adams surviving partner- of Jak Adams Notice Cummins virtue judgment order Rockcastle Circuit Court September Tenn froiit house Vernon Monday October being Rock castle County Court between hours oclock highest bidder credit months interest until paid recover 18660 interest 32895 former action action 5145 fa made tract land located Rockcastle Cxwnty Kentucky waiters Skeggs creek bounded follows North Vernon Somerset lands Cummins Bethurum South lands Kinley Payne Robert Norton Payne containing purchaser required give bond purchase price surety having force effect judgment Bidder prepared comply promptly these terms ENNINGTON COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Carroll Martin Guardian Charley Gadd Charley Gadd virtue judgment order Rockcastle Circuit Court toJoffer front house Vernon being County Court day tween hours oclock public outcry highest bidder credit months bearing 6per interest fram until paidFor purpose reinvestment following described property 4- 11r located Rockcastle County waters Clear creek bounded follows Begin uiugat chestnut blackoak poiutcrs high thence 76U poles pointers thence E43j poles whitecak thence poles chestnutoak pine chestnut thence 5743 poles IVpoles poplar chestnut blackoak hillside thence poles locust bogwood below thence poles ginning Containing Purchaser rexested give purchase price approved surety Having effect judg Bidder prepared promptly these terns PENNINGTON COMMISSIONERS SALE ROIKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Thos Cherry Notice sale Tyree Belts virtue judgment and sale Rcckcastle Circuit Court rendered Sept Term 1905 will offer sale front door court house Vernon Ky between hours oclock Monday 23rd day October being first day Rockcastle County Court puqlic auction highest best bidder credit ilproFertyBrodhead side road leading from Brodhead Negro creek and beginning corner Yadens running thence with line said Stone line Thos Cherrys hind thence with line saidCher stone thence line parallel line first above descri sjiid Negro creek road stone thence with said road beginng The amount ordered made this sale 7245 with legal interest from day January 1904 until paid and with like interest from day ofAug 1904 until paid subject credit date May 1905 this suit The purchaser will required give bond with good payable Master Commissioner bearing legal interest from day sale until paid and having force effectof judgment PENNINGTON COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Plff Notice sale Goodins Admr Defts virtue judgment and sale Rockcastle cuit Court rendered Sept Term 1905 will offer sale front door court house Vernon Ky between hours oclock Monday 23rd day Oc- t19o5it being first day pubticcredit months theI described property ofiLivington land Champ Mullins south State road west alley fronts feet and extends back with width feet The amount ordered oolwithand this suit The chaser will execute rlpayahleiquer and bearing legal interest from day sale until paid and having force and effect judgmentM gjc Passed Stone and Gravel With Pains Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Buffalo writes afflicted kidney bladder trouble years passing gravel stones excruciating pains Other medicines only gate relief After taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE result surprising doses started brick stones pain kidneys FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE done 1000 worth good Other Remedy Can Compare With Thos Carter Ashboro Kidney Trouble onebottle FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected perfect there remedy willvcompare I SOLD UOCKCASTLiE amiI Carpenter following KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 ns far as reportedr Henderson Sept 266 days Falmonth Sept 274 days Owensboro October nm5 days 38 DollarsTO California AND THE NORTHWEST FROM LOUISVILLE VIA THE Henderson Route uhuu uu u JI61 CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points IeTickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates laeI yon contemplate a trip ask wouldISON ROUTE between Louisville aud St Louis I6r Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agt- LOUISVILLE KY TOGO TO ROJEY It is thiway When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested and he does it right When they need changing he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts cRepairs vouf spectnrJes when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run TOGOeOVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb dough daily ser RouteiAntonsleepers daily leaving St Louis mElegantDining iuvestorIdescriptiveliterature Ticket or adcjess R TGA- latthews T Po A Iton Mdun ortouBldgLouisville fomsIDoNEYtuImuIDIuJ 0 ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT YERNON KY o FARM No IThis farm of acres located on Negro creek nearI Brodhead Ky is one of the lies t farms in the county and will be sold at 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 jrood wells and springs and plenty of good 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 on tlieMt Vernon and Somerset road niar Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postotlice and in one of the best communities in tbe county A great bargain FARM No aA farm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fens and in cultivation balance 10 acre timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post other A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm 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 4130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residents and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM Nolil00 acre tract 3 miles west of Mt Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory r sidenee barn and all necessary outbuildings Large orchard and plenty water Price 600 FARM NO 7So acres near Prov denco good residence all udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty timber to run farm and well watered In countyPriceFARM NO f 214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a desirable farm Pries 2000 a bargainIDayton Harter cashier of the failed Indihavereceiving deposits when they we aware of the banks insolvency The Joseph Price Practice limited Pelvic Surgery eases of Eye Nose Genitourinary Diseases of Gastro Intestinal tution is prepared sage lilfirifiaryLands pathy Faradic Electricity tions No mitted All bills ly in advance ALL PHYSIC FOR SEND THEIR Southern Arkansas Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas and believed to be the coming clover and alfalfa country porous clay soil and clay subsoilheap- est lands in Southwest Splendid stoclccountry 10 mouths range Write for Southern Arkansas booklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Now 7 and 21 L O S HAEFER T P AT Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O t LAND STOCK AND CROP Jle FrakesFurchased of Vol Fer guson Qt head ol o pound citte at jets also of Charles C Claik 41 prl utnO p uml cattle at same price Frank Pinnell suM oKeni uey Hi Will butchers 25 head of butcher hojs 491 5nchester iXniocrat Thomas D Crouch shipped 5I head ol export cattle Satmdavve- ragirg urn ptucds at 3ic1S- jCarlisle Alvucae The S S Co have piychisMI of Ma cos Irtwut 54 expert cattle avf rage 14n pounds at 45 C C McDiiad buyer for thec 1Co purchased Saturd lyof J S Bogie 9m beadof export cattle 651ItMonday was mule day and about 3 unbroken mules changed hands Terhune Brown bought52 herd at an average of 65 John Billr Woodford bought 40 at an average ofS5 B G Cox of Dun iIe bought 60 head at an average Ssoand Tilson of Indiana got 40 head at an average of S40 It was the biggest court day of the jcar Harrodsburg HeJald Mr S Q Royce sold Saturday to General Black 36 1410 pound rattle at 4i ctsThrouglt auc tioueer Chenault the David Mc VedI7here realized 120 sheep in Ins of four averaged 8407 cows bi ought 25 to 45 Mules i 10 160 two ear old filly 76 tnl aged plug horse 76 oats per hundred shelled oats 36 cent per bushel Richmond Climax STRAYED One two year old white steer with red neck and head horns about six inches long one roan veer with stripe down hack short horns also one paled rallTtwaldformation as to their whereabouts CRAIG HICKEY sep 22 tf Orlando Ky DONT BORROW TROUBLE- It is a but habit to borrow any tiling but tier worst thing you can pc ssibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and OlllI out by the pains and poisons of pepsin hilliousness Brights dis disordersnsymptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bitters Here von will find sure and permanent forgetfulness- of all your troubles and your bod will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Price Soc Guar anteed OAigTORSA Bean thecttZtcUV1o-r rirv y 0 andjSouthern KyI BETW- EENCincinnati rtLafbt86nOOgay Birmingham KnoxvilleI New Orleans shreveport eland Points Doable Daily Pullman Service to Chattanooga Atlanta Jacksonville and New Orleans Dining and Observation Cars addresstEW Alfcen T P4 IfInBut Maim Street Lexington Ky W Garrett W C Hinearson G a1M4r Genl Pasts CiadBHat Ohio Ifl I i II- CAT riIw- r rgctaJelrcpn lticnrOiAsl- sinluaiitthertlrtIteiahintihesoanth v L promotcliOlC fUlli ili 0 w l r f Ul ptorfo lmdB nor Iattral IOTXrtGJlIC r crfrr1itscrTcrrrc ffi7 f1upk scar x rltna IMtI iid ni twl Rniit Ja jIIrrem- lma Fina fnnrntsCom7tlsutu Vr5h R ISo iCS iracstutc OilSLmpII NEV YOTHLI t i JjMf IJ WRAPPERt ij J 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmerj omLITL 0 f c CttsliIs- os Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Kv lV 111 Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments Iand Tombstones FIRSTCLASS GIVENIJ Farm For Sale One 150 acre tract of land on the waters of Crooked creek One dwell ing house timber and coal The farm it well watered Will soil very cheap For further information address D G CLARK jul tf Orlando Ky CASTOaXABearl the Signore Llha LtL WRITE US A freely and frankly in confid ence us all your and adviceiMedicine Co Tenn tI J1 m p fi fmT Iii 11 R URIH For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of IUse IIF2 Over II 9FY a ron rrn Nf qr i IfttWtfu nOK C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY otistreet Special attention given to So M L MYERS 1 DentistIjOFFICEAt residence on Main St known as the C C liams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday IB Ifake LAXATIHK BKOMO NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure K W Groves signature is on each 25cts ClSTOnABean Vii th3a +or x UacUt APainlass Cure ofC u rabie Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain omens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow IsIlIT CONIES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains outIILETTER strictest telling symptoms Dept Chattanooga Chattanooga Cld Wil Qn box WITHOUT A lAnlrwriies Mary Shelton of Poplar Bluff 10HI cn do my housework although before taking CAROL two doctors had done me no good can truthfully say was cured by Cardui want every suffering lady to know of this wnderful medicine J