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J IPublished Every IPuuiJetflfln iglll = I VOLUME XIX MT VERNON 1100KCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OGZ OB Rr 4 I e1 JT ffi Q fr1 ray rl 9 A f lifA J r t iU l UlLL N A VVHLE l j 11iii YfiitS Ir 1 it r 1 G iJJ TtME 1 WekFOR LESS h To give a bargain you must first get it We realized this in buying our large winter stocks and consequently cdn gIve you greater bar gains than ever before Our OVERCOATS SUITS Heavy Shoes Rubbers Outings Flannels Wool1 Waistings Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and Underwear are all in an ready for your inspection Too busy to write an Acl5 now Come early and see the largest and best selected stock ol FALL and WINTER inCRqckcastle county We are in business to make money and can best do so by helpingyou save yours LJ e= j Kentucky State News STOLE THE FINEST SILKS The Watchman at the Place Was Cov ered With a Revolver Louisville Ky Oct 23At the pont of two pistols held by a man and a woman Private Policeman Johnson was forced to stand idly by and watch his captors make way with silks ued at something more than 1100 which had been taken from the Gem Manufacturing Co located ri hr in the heart of the city The robbery oc curred at 5 oclock in the morning For nearly a year past many throughout the west and middle west have been literally overrun by a gang of silk thieves and the police in every city of importance are constantly on the alert for them It is said that dur ing the last 12 months the gang has stolen something like 100000 worth of silk One peculiar fact connected with the operations of the silk thieves Is that there is always a woman along when a theft is committed The one here was evidently a silk expert for the goods carried away were the very esIcnped siandDIES BY HIS OWN HANDM Ludlow Baker Fires a Bullet Into His Own Brain Ludlow Ky Oct 23 George Ehr son of Fred Ehrlick pioneer ba of this city committed suicide time after 12 oclock Saturday fivolvernown The young man was presumably in good health and spirits Saturday night He attended the Columbia theater in Cincinnati with a friend and when he left the car bade Judge Dwelle of Ludow good night Thrte hours later his dead body still warm was found lying in an alley about a square away from the tawny residence at Davis and Elm streets A bullet hole in his head near the right ear and his pistol a 32caliber Iver John son by his side indicated selfdestruc tion PROMOTED BY NEGROES Trust Company With a Capital of 500000 To Be Organized IxuiUsynie Ky Oct 23The most gigantic financial scheme ever under calve by colored peope is the organi sation of a trust company with a cap al stock of 5it0onO divided talc hares of duo Tiie Idea originated vith T Thomas Fortune editor of the New York Are The concern will be mown as the AfroAmerican Trust Co and will have its headquarters here Eight negro banks opsrathig in Ala ama South Carolina Mississippi Tennessee and Kentucky have alrcadj promised their support Feudists in a Duel Whitesburg Ky Oct 23On per Beaver creek on the KnottKloyd jorder Ambrose Little survivor of tl- srd Little faction in the Hall Ltt isud war was killed by Les Hall hitter warfare has existed bct7coi she men for some time When thay met at a saloon Little opened fire and Anally felt mortally wounded It is aid Hal acted in self defense Was Years Old Burkcsville Ky Oct 2tAuntEmily Tobin an antebellum black mammy died here at the age of waahanged on Hangmans Hill near this place in the year 1829 for the murder of a young white girl Boat His Brother Editor Smithand Ky Oct 23In the democratic primary to nominate a candidate for county attorney to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation ot a Everett Butler W I Clark won over 0 C Lasher by 33 votes Clark is editor of the Livingston Democrat and lasher of the Banner A Proposed Amendment Covington Ky Oct 21A proposed constitutional amendment to return to the viva voce yoUng and two ques tions of great importance of Kenton county affairs are to be voted on by the people of Covington and the county outside this coming November election Their Golden Wedding Covington Ky Oct 23Mr and Mrs Edmund Murphy celebrated tha 50th anniversary of their marriage with a family reunion attheir resi dence 1112 Garrard street In which 11 children and 23 grandchildren tool part Mr Murphy Is 72 his wife 70 Hillman Killed By a Train Covington Ky Oct 23Mrs BarI horst of 180 East Bush street v ooa telegram from Chicago stating that her brother Joseph Hillman had been killed by a train In that tit Hillman formerly lived in tblscltyI Named Richard Frankfort Ky Oct 23COl LeT Tarlton having declined the republican nomination for representative from this county the republican committee wellknownHunting For the Elopers Frankfort Ky Oct 22L L Snow of this county was here looking for Ida Bell Snow his 20yearold daugh ter who Is supposed to have elope nelgborhood IFOmTSioMAftD1 stona the ooadh try aadhalaasY t MURDERER Vf LEEDS He Made His Escape From the Western Asylum For Insane 24GeorgeBof Hon Pulaski Leeds master mechanic of the Louisville Nashville railroad escaped during the night from WarIof the room in which ha was confined some time after 930 oclock and made his way to liberty through the basement of the building The escape was net discovered until Monday morning aressenIsane and he was sent to Hopkinsvllle He was an electrical engineer and had worked In Ft Wayne and other Indiana cities TWO SISTERS FIGHT OneIcase came up in police wart over fight on Broadway between Mrs Harry Cunningham and Miss Ruth Uiu sters and daughters of Attorney Diuguid who recently made th for cityjudge and was defeated rs Cunningham knocked her sister down attacked it Is alleged and oIls Ruth pulled a pistol Further troubi was prevented by the interference o bystanders The cause of the trout was not allowed to come out In court Attorney Diuguid defended Mrs Cur t gnedKentucky Girl Gets a Divorce Chicago Oct 24 Following th disclosure of a sensational tenminute divorce obtained recently by Mrs 11 Han May Robinson a former Louisvilt Ky belle against William H Robinson head of the IlQbinsonPfaff Co a wealthy tailoring corporation camp the news that Robinson had settled 2a000 on his divorced wife In lieu o alimony Buys a TwoYearOld Colt Lexington Ky Oct 24W A Clark jr has bought from F C Stack house a twoyearold bay colt by Lib arty Chinese out of Miss Isadore by timico The colt has been shipped Pleasanton Cal where Mr Clark who is the son of the Montana senator has a training establishment Ware Dead at Last Owlussville Ky Oct 2dJasnca Wart aged 5 a prominent citizen of Columbus Ga is dead of paralysis at Sharpsburg this county He came front Georgia two weeks again almost a dying condition He enjoyed the dis tinction of having been reported dead several times Death Sentence Hangs Over Four Lexington Ky Oct 24Ionr men are now in the jail under sentence of death All of them are negroes and three were convicted for the murder of William Moore a white matt about a year ago and the fourth is Jim Pier sail found guilty of assaulting two white women The State Grange Meeting Covington Ky Oct HThe Ken tiicky State Grange began a three days session in Odd Fellows hall The business session will be secret but there will be an open session to enable the citizens to hear the address of President Patterson A Visit From Mayor Dunne Frankfort Ky Oct 24Mayor Dimue of Chicago is scheduled for a visit to Frankfort this week to see his friend George Baker the wellknown horseman and distiller who formerly lived in Chicago but is now a resident of Frankfort An Old Custom Gone Lexington Ky Oct 24 Superin tendent Redwine of the state insane hospital abolished the custom of mitting outsiders to attend the annual gall of the insane The custom has been in vogue since the hospital was established Diphtheria Quarantine EndsIFrankfort Ky Oct 21Ott astate ment from the county board of health that diphtheria had practically abated Secretary McCormack of the state board of health raised the quarantine which has been in force here for two months Blows Out His Brain Williamstown Ky Oct 24Sam uel Brunker 25 committed suicide at his home near Sylvanaell in this coun ty by blowing out his brains with a pistol He had lately gone Into the merchandise business with his brother RecordBreaker For Louisville Louisville Ky Oct 24The present year has been a recordbreaker for Louisville as regards the holding ot conventions of all kinds It is esti mated that 250000 strangers have vis the In the last ten months IAppointed Special Judge Oct 24Gov Beck John D Carroll of Nawcastle as special judge for the Owen circuit court Judge Lesslng the Incumbent is necessarily absent IAllc Hegan Rices Taxes Ky Oct 24AUce He gan Rice author of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch confessed judg ment on back taxes totaling 20000 coveting a period of three years wahs acres IgJi 2 w iBestE Established A NLAI Jg Latest i Is Known by Four Important Characteristics i1 Superior quality its goods 2 An eagerness for late styles and novelties 3 Always the lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons t0rof our business and for in years we have held strictly to the ftthisW Afn includes selection of and stylish a R Dress Goods and Trimmings Furnishing Goods J5 Clothing Shoes c 1v Remember our Fall Opening September 16th at which and each day thereafter we will be glad to show you through our extensive line and give you prices cheaper than the TipTopW Trecot Flannel all colors and all wool 25cents per yard Outings 5cts to 10cts per yard iK Best Calicoes 5cts per yard Sgp Dont trill to give us a call we can save you mOllcy4J3I w If CHERRY Service BB r tfjThetil of Rockcastle Countytc1 m caItr1t OF KY J MortoBanking System p p fI tACCOUNTS OF m mIndividual and Corporations Solicited SQt1mmupon of six mouths m J W HUTCHESON Casher NiltiBB 2j 11 B 27 2jB BRODHEAD KY Oct MT IAsmy meeting when it wont iuto his tory at Nina Ky I will do so now Brother Thomas Smith of Pulaski county assisted me in the tweeting We begun on Monday night the 9th of October and clos ed on Sunday the 22nd of October 1905 Notwithstanding the weather was a little unfavorable we had a glorious meeting The Church was much revivedand sixteen added to her number The people of the community of all denominations were drawn closer together and it seemed to unite the Christian workers of the whole neighborhood And every body seemed to enjoy the meeting and have a good time The meeting was held with Freedoom Baptist church in Garrard county nine miles below Lancaster Ky Mr Editor as we closed the meetin some body asked why did we ourchurch the Baptist church of Jesus Christ Why did we no- leave t off the word Baptist and it the Church of Jesus Christ Our answer isthat the word Baptist distinguishes our people from the antiBaptist people of the world who claim to be Christiansand do not baptize Webster says a flap list is one who administers bap tism This appellation was aF Pt priately given to John the fore runner of Jesus Christ And as our people the Baptist Church of Jesus Christ Has a baptism the 3 THO BRODHEAD KENTUCKY Headquarters for Bargains ec p period all the Christian denominations of this country says and holds to be good and valid baptism acid as the Baptist Church of Jesus Christ is the only church in this country that has a baptism that all other churches will say is good They being judges we are the Bapti zing Bitpjtistnot know of any other church that lies a baptism that all the protestaut churches holds in their practice to be according to the scriptures and will receive their tbemlason their baptism and say by that act that their baptism is all O K For these reasons with Others we could give our people are appropriately called tke Baptizing or the Baptist Church of Jesus Now Mr Editor this is a rgyou pu 1lish for us and obligeFraternally A J PIKE PLANS TO GET Are often frustrted RICHIbreaking down due to sia or constipation Brace up and ttke Dr Kings New Life Pills They takeout the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Dure head Mot Vernon Drug Co rc guaranteed gA bank messenger was held up anti robbed of 3000 Herr- t villeTa 1887 iJQ Styles M t11 of a new yet more call near Perfect i t1 l Gibralter BRODIIEAD Firms a ChristI QUAIL Born to the wife of Wm Logs don on the 2oth a fine girl Mr Thomas Taylor is doing some car pentering for J T Cherry at Brod IteadMr been Proctor contin ues about the sameRanson Brown and family left Tuesday for Crawfordsville IndMrs David Adams is on the sick listWell- r boys the election is almost at hand the candidates are getting warm and shaking hands We should lay down politics and vote for the man Hurrah for the Independ ent ticketJacob Elder our hust ling merchant is doing a fine busi ssA1ice and Sam Proctor vie ited relatives at Preachersville Sat urday and Sunday FULL OF TRAGIC MEANING As these lines from J H Sim whatrhis teri ble cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough that dis turbed my nights rest I tried every thing but nothing would re NewDiscoveryand Colds which completely c ime Instantly relieves an mmently cures all throat an disease prevents grip and DrGbottle free IProperty valued by the Surveyor of the port of St Louis at 48830 was abandocen by its owners at the Worlds Fair MT VERNON SIGNAL r FRIHAY OCTOBER 27 1905 Piiblished every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT iBiSUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR i 4 Advertising rules made known otl application 1 TIe Legislature at its last ses sion pasted a law whereby it is proposed to give tip tl e secret bat lot and return to the viva voce sys ten of voting Every citizen in this county well remembers arcwas years ago a regular kncck down aid drag out from the time the polls cjened until tey were closed Under the present system we have never pact any such experience aud for that reison if for other we say let well enough alo Vote against this amendment stamping X in the little square op posite the word No which v u will find on the right hand side of your ballot and when you h dope this you will have cat a v oeoffor the best interest of vour coun try if not to aid the cause of s political aspirants t AN Iowa Woman wants a divorce from htr husband Lecause he hrs not taken a bath for two two years Most of people wo think she would have been justi in applying a year or so earlier As a suggestion of the minute ramifications of paternalism in Germany the government has ordered rigid prohibition of corsets by the high school girls during gymnastic exercises IT is very commendable in r Allice Roosevelt tj speak of her 20 000 worth of presents recei t ed while pn her Visit to the Hast asty little mementoes THE newspapers say that Bryan is getting a double chin 1 shows what exercisewill do NEWS ITEMS Francis B Runder cashier of the St Louis post office is short his accounts and has been arrested L H Clay Evans it is believed will soon announce as a candidate for Governor of Tenuesse on the Re l publicau ticket Joseph Turpis of St Louis t killed at Chatsworth Ill by con ing in contact with an electric wire while chasing his hatjPresident Roosevelts letter ofI acceptance of a year ago was quoted by a lawyer in New York in de fense of Haas and Peckham A Pueblo California woman has been appointed on the police force This is a new kind of a club for Irby women Will exPresident Cleve laud protest A big mortgage has been filed at Somerset dy the company which proposing to build a railroad fran Corbin Ky to Jamestown Definite news reached Cleveland Monday that the barge Tasmania foundered Friday morning off Pelee Island and that her crew of seven men were all drowned President Roosevelt was given a v tvpically hearty reception at Jack t sonville His address was devoted to the Panama canal in which he expressed the most perfect confi dence It developed at the insurance in vestigation in New York Monday that the Mutual Life was pay for the dissemination ofreports the investigation through the coun try favorable to itself By a unanimous vote the sto holders of the Seelbach Realty Company authorized an increase of 300000 to the capital stock and a the building of the annex to Seelbach Hotel next spring A letter from khman Randolph a member of the Board ofC nsrilttl ing Engineers of the Panama can al has been made public in which lie writes encouragingly of the out look for the future waterway- A motion for affirmance was made in the case of James liar 5 vs Mrs James B Marcum wherep Jn Mrs Marcum was given m io ages for the murder of her husband P ellant was given five days to es Ily Seorge Gordon son of Judge mas R Gordon and civil en Seeron the L N together with W H Cornell head brak man and E R Walker firem was killed near Duff Tenn by the the deriding of the engine SHei While a few deaths from yellow fever were reported from New Or leans the situation is perfectly in hand Thousands of vistois a coming to the city to be present 3t the visit of President Roosevelt President Roosevelts statement that the South must and can solvs toIsettle definitely that he will not ive his approval to any measure designed to reduce Southern rep seutitioti in Congres A woman in Virginia is suiug i divorce for the alleged cause that her husband drew a chalk liut through the middle of the hog aud told her to keep on the o siue while he would keep on wit tie other The bill does not say whose side of the house the larder was on a COUNTY ATTORNEY BE THURUM DISCUSSES THE FINANCIAL CONDITION roOF THE COUNTY diibySignal of the fiscal affairs oft county by persons utterly ignor of the condition of the county a contestayeeem a owe to e ns the county as well as fairness to myself and the other officers of oytide facts and figures fully show ing the present financial condition of the county The administrationI just immediately thereIofand according to the precedent long since established by former ofificials of the county this entire debtedness had to be paid by present administration during t year of 1902 or in other words claims allowed by the Fiscal Cot in Igor were due and payable in 1902 and so you will therefore serve that the present administrat sswent into office acid shouldered outstanding indebtedness of 674 roo that was placed upon the cou n by the wanton extravaganrjif the former administration claims allowed by the Fiscal C0 which went out of office at the end of11sexcess of those allowed by the pres ent Fiscal Court any year since t the amount of something near 00000 in round numbers In of words they allowed in 1901 clai inagainst the general fund and f urrent expenses 742210 and very next year the present Fiscal Court presided over by Judge is aud advised by myself allo in claims against the general fund and to cover current expenses tivasand this was saved to the county the year of 1902 in spite of the epidemicthatexpendture of more than 50000 In 1903 and 1904 iu the allowance ofclaims we saved the soft practically the same amount as iu 1902 By cutting down the expenses the county as above referred to a the collection of back franch isein tax the collection of which is e law discussed the present administration has wiped out every cent the countys indebtedness paid scurrent running expenses of the county each year reduced the rate of taxation 5 cents on the 10000 and the county is out of debt a has a surplus of 239796 aud tbisI is showu notwithstanding the that we have expended ou public roads the following amounts Iii 1902 183122 1903 211522 1904 217575 and for the ye t 1905 although the sheriffs sett ment is not yet filed the amount expendedon roads will be about the same as i9o4 A great dtalhasI been said by men who want office about the manner in which the now celebrated franchise back tax was collected off the Louisville Nashville R R Coand the amount paid by the county for the collection of this tax in the way of partiesofof for truth is very questionable have as sorted that the fee received by Col myselfck was no service whatever in he collection of these taxes I herewith submit letter written by Cot Stone in frThew in the collection of these back tax and it is a complete refutation of false and slanderous stories circulated by my enemies The letter in full is as follows 20IC05Hon fi Mt Veruon Ky Dear Si r begin a local newspaper at Mt Vernon and signed J J Cook in which the writercritic the Fiscal Court of Rockcas county for employing ou and myself as attorneys for that county in the cases then pending in the Court of Appeals thevaln wfortianwas submission oftbe cases and in ttmates that we rendered no legal W THROUGH L county111i f your fiscal court shows we were toreas we nee essary or proper in said cases not dinrheed Scans should they be carrud to that Court by the railroad com poniss as was expected at the time and we were to collect or cause be collected the franchise tax com refee to your couutv on a contingent other Words we were to receive ftc if nothing was color lected and the County was to be employin ie ofStprneubmtssion of said cases in t b Court of Appeals The cases were not decided until June 10 1902 more thou two mouths subsequent to our employment Southern Railway in Kentucky etc s Ccnilter etc 113 Ky 657 A petition for rehearing was filed by som if not all of the railroad corn panies whichreceived my alien lion and was nt overruled until Seplember1e apldAuditors office at Frankfort of the amounts due your couutv for t years in controversy upon both di visions of the Louisville Nash ule Railroad Co and had the proper amounts to be collected thereon ascertained I held myself in readiness to attend to these cases in the Supreme Court of the Unit Stales had the railroad companies taken them to that Cour on a writ of error and wes somewhat surpris ed that they did not do so Our second employment by the cal Court of your county was in suitIeCourthe ol Easterntrt wherein the collection of the larger forionue wa inenjoined In pursuance to lh employment after con tilting with tookfpart erase s udgtrlgel granted a peruectial injunction en joining the collection of rid fran chive Louisville Nashvi e R Ftwas CrourtherwasISmys reverIIottt ttvhe raredfl s vs Ou isville Nashville R R Co rg6 counecase was arduousnI had the benefit of your advice litigaeon suc stipulatedee wmere servces perfot med as well as proper and necessary RockcastYelie no cau e these matters either against their Fiscal Court or yourself as th County Attorney The county hashere a which it would in all jtobability otherwise have lost stndese Ifacts you may give re1steel insinuations contained in Mr Cooks communication above re inforged to Sincere ly yours c ieHL STONE Therecords of the county court show that there was collected by Col Stone and myself franchise tax on which we each received per cent on the following sum after thgtpayraent of the shed ff commission 4 per cent IOO and there rasa further sum ted by us on which we each ceived I7z per cent for collet ion after the payment of sheriffs com 136419making 546505 This constitutes all t back franchise tax collectd off the L N R R Co As a result of- lour success in this litigation the county will each year hereafter re eeive in the way of franchise tax om the L N R R Co inn 100000 aud no part of t 3 will goto attorneys as the con tract was only for the collection of back taxes Very respectfully L W Bethurum I have read the above article and concur in all the statements contained therein 3 P Lewis POLITICS AN D POLLTICIA Secretary Taft spoke Saturday surpcistie t Cox machine and declaring tr the Republican State platform written with proper care H t armly indorsed Gov Herrickv a CourPanfon in the hands of a receiver i STARTLING DISCOVERYI The Adams Express Co Was Victl Ized to the Amount of 100000 Pittsburg Oct 11The startling was made late Tuesday that Adams Express Co has boon vie Utilized to the extent of 100000 sup posedly through the peculations ofovemploye tomho following official statement the affair is given for publication At 4Ib Monday Oct a bank Pittsbnrg had delivered to Ada Exi iesCo at their office at Wood street 1JUsbiirjr a package of cm obanyedage was consigned lo a bank in cinnatI This suceiptedliffe hoofettt Cunliffe left the office at the usual time Monday evening and Tuesday morning when he failed to report for duty a hurried examination was made of his department and it was learned that about 1000 of funds entrusted his care were missing General Ag Miner of Ihe Adams Express Co mediately called in detectives and placed the matter in their hands Later developments brought to light the fact that in addition to the 1000 missing the bank package containing the 100000 had not been received at the money forwarding offices at union station this city ioieNearly 10000 People Were Drowned on Two Chinese Islands Victoria n C Oct 9The steamer Tartar which arrived from the Orient tedof life at the island of t thmouthsuit of the typhoon at the beginning of September was tremendous The North China Daily News of Shanghai tasTo the east of Tamagming two lands one called Yawoshwa the of Shihiousha distant about 20 ml from Woosung have suffered m u c from the typhoon nearly all the in habitants having been swept aw The islands have only been inhabit for a short time comparatively speak as they are of recent formation 211ng are not much alcove high water It is reported that nearly 10 000 people have been drowned on these IslandsIsuffered much being well above the high water mark A NEW POINT OF INFECTIOJvl Two Cases of Yellow Fever Repo at New Iberia La 6tin s cases 415Ifcharged 2034 Fcr the first time this week a new point of infection was repotted in the stare Two cases were reported from New Iberia which up to now has ap parciitly been free frnver summary got a jncrtaso in tlr number of new ca as fDlJows Nest cases 22 total cases 307 deaths total deaths 45 under treatment 149 discharged 113 large Increase in the number cases was expected owing to the inclement weather and the previous spread of the disease to all sect o of the city FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP One of the Plzns cf Mayer Dunne footed 3y Council Chicago Oct ltMayor Edward F forbycouncil and it was dtfanicd by a vote of 45 to 18 The plan provided the organization ofa corporation and the issuance of ecrtiicutts under whai Outateof rst colic of srccf railway was to be coastrntcO p aiQling existing lines It is expected than the mayor will now abandon this plan and bring in its pace his altcrnativa or city plank The contemplates the acquirement by purchase or condemnation of all linos of the cxistinj street car panics Will Investigate Fraternal luaura 25New York Oct Gn response of Inquiry from a member of Armjsurance investigating committee Trefinish our labors Perkins Leaves the Country WofPer vheIce nr ance Co who recently testified bef rndthe Investigating committee saled for Bremen on the steamer Kaiser Wii helm II Martial Law in Moscow reLondon Oct 1A dispatch to Exchange Tecgraph Co from St PC ter bmg announces that marta av has been declared at Moscow on ac count of the disturbances whlcu hare occurred there between strikers and thetroopsIOct 0Mrs Katchen Duefr 19 and a bride was drowned In the Harlem river at Busk under dr cumstances that caused the arrest of HahanN a IIlieatFor Wants and Children Bswas hi j Bears the- fiirzaatatre 4of 1 iO3ut4 IOIIDItmnYQJRI1i MikN s t WASHINGTON Sept 311Tim conviction end fining of four mom Schwarzschildnacce g rebates lornis the chief topic ot discussion here among the return ing politicians Praise for tie Presrdnt and the Department of of Justice icoming in from all er the country It appears to be the elleral that mcIfter it is alleged the Governments path will be comparatively easy in taining convictions if fu ture cases of the kind arise The general belief as to the re it of the fining of the packers is The current opinio- lds that it will have an immediate and everlasting effect in curb ing those large siiippers who de mand discrimination in their favor from the railroads If the govern meat is on the alert to in orce the law and the large shippers will b toned whenever they ale flldiscoered accepting rebate the rebate will scup become as db nct as the great auk And rapacious shippers willIe further impressed by Ihefacl that there is every reason to believe that the government will not be satisfie by the payment of a fine for the second offrnse The belief grows that the decis n of Ihe United Mates Distrci Curt in Chicago will have a grta effect in modifying the demands o tlnse who arc agitating for rate triulion of the ckers as an effective ICdemonstratlon of the contention at existing legislation is comp tent to deal with unjust rate dii crimin tlion and as supporting the view thit there iV plenty of law oc governisaidrestional e Senate Co imitfe on Insterstatt sessiondthey reiterated over and over again that existing laws actively enforced are adequae andare sayinp I told you so The Better Way nedThe tissues of the throat are nflamedand irritated you cough and there is more irrita takrale t and eases the irritationfora while You take SCOTTS EMULSION Thatsnecessary soothes tii et hroat because it reduces the bosonsnewryrids up the weakened tissue scause it nourishes them had their natural strength That ov Scotts Emulsion deals wit pesore throat a cough a cold r bronchitis COTTS BdWNE 10 VJSfcJE11 When for pure drugs yoifre on th And use the buntITheyll surely make you sound an well And when your babiesdo get sick become purentoThat in a short time theyll be well sure There are other things I have in store hat were bought long since the days of yore Such as cigars tobacco and envelops itatioiitry paints and toilet soap n w kind friends I wish to sa The yellq front is hereto stay And if from me you buy your pills dotorslimaSC DAVIS ST PRWnALLE UHDS Of Southwest Missouri and North I east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for song wheat Oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no failures Open winters Laud now cheap but advancing investi gate this fall Ho m eeekersrates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and ValleybookletL OSCHAEEER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O Mime defense rested in the Youngcourtmartial trial at Mare Island Twelve ships and seventeen ves were iostidnrfngth ptqrm on gr attake- sf fei Sfe a PiltS 4 Irnv IDilf IA 11fIguns Chats why our trails is large and ing irwrCaS1 It win pay you to investigate cur prices us your trade We pay you the hilliest y ur produce and you go away satisfied t oromnier Dress GoodsL and Shoes A C HIATT KYeSA W i rte 17ROJlr11JjrruaJJ UJgtJt iSi IITAyrtirjytt N i= R 7JacrRRtLisiUOJOffO I Q 4 = IJ SHOES I you examined our line N IHAVE and Summer W ran al tiPRICE and QUALITY both willsnit you Yours for business In Phone 6GPhone 66 JR Mt Vernon Ivyir COMO Sr rcK zo Erlm IIw IIIrEJ un Notions CI vJ T rl 1 TVF IJT I iWe anIcarrry a full line of Clothing that will snit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices right x Yours very truly areI Phone No 83 JQNAS ftZcKE8Z = JONAS rlicKErIZIE S5Zh YOUR BANKIN r No matter how small no mattter how ltrager l THE BANK of f MTVERNON fippliestoRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of100 or more when left with the bank and nob checked upon for a period of six mouths or more OFFICERS CashierJu Avers PullVant your moustache or bearj afteautifal brown or rich Wack Use KILLTHEOOUCH CURE THE LUNGS KfugraSNew FOR c and PriceI allTBBOtiTLugs or MONEY UACK 7 l The great rule of health Keep the bowels regular medicineAyers UGKNOHAMS DYE IIa5 pouacoa ar TO CONSUMPTIVES The unilerKlcreil laving peen re torca to forseveral 7iIsulftretsit he will cheeifullr send free of charVecopy of the prescriprfon nsed whiehiherwill Snita sure cure for Co tMtnx Bnoxcnnn and all invatnaMe1will cost them nothing and mar drove HEEDWARDIimar 305 tyr V F fi MT VERNON SlGNAL i1TIIACrItY tT71 v q5 79 Call up 4Xo 79 xvlian- yai vunl toCommunlO- Hte with aiGNA1 I = t l fIDUSHVILC n KX TIME TABLE 22 north 124 24 north 332 a Sri south 124 p 21 South 1236 a m valAsPhone No 58 Jiilrroil at the ilt Vernnii Ky Postofliei as Kecinilclass mail iniiltcr PFiiSSONA1lane Ed J in Ari zirn G1I n R B Miillms is numhcTamong the sick James Mftret haw hen on HK daysIJonas McKeizo spnt Aloud with his brother Jhn near Ro laud O L Mason and family h rcJsrned to Rockcastle to ma tlcir homefroJ E Woo all the poplar u anre alas from Livingston was here yesterday Ir J Ilirry Hendieu the popu lar Big Hill mine camp physician was here Monday Jim Proctor the splendid East Bernsiadt operator was here for a few hours Sunday John D Miller and James Vault LN brakemen are hpjnefolks this week Our latest report is that J N Brown the sage of Possom is felling some better Mrs W J Sparksanddanght Miss Fannie spent this week tr relatives in Knoxville Mrs C Henderson of Knox vilif is visiting the family of her father W A Davis Mrs C C Williams and d9ngh1 ter Miss Rise are visiting rel Gores in Indianapolis The handle factory under the efout ficient management of C C llfil gSis loitjg beesplendiilwi11m to the forpropertychased just after tL election Ve regret to learn that that good old man W G Proctor is still in a very critical condition James Bullock was in veserdry to see the Doctor about his wife who has been sick fur some time J M Craig was here Tuesday and reported the Independents very muchly on top in his localityI James Williams the popular London merchant was here Sun day calling on one of our prett girlsJohn Proctor of Burgin wa here last week to see father MrI Ance Proctor who is something over 90 years oldwiE B Brown has quit the race for town marshal and the name of T J Pennington will appear on the ballots instead Mrs W A B Davis received a message Tuesday stating that her mother Mrs Henry Forbes of Ford is very dangerously ill W H Carmical will he Mr Ah neys deputy in case the latter is successful in his race for sheriff A E Herrin has not asyet slecIted his deputy Misses Mary and Allic Lee Honk write that they are very comfortably located in their Indiana home but there is so place like their old Kentucky home K T Wheeler agent Turner Day S Woolsworlh Handle Co will put up a handle factory nearI Level Get n The machinery willI be shipped next week O M Mason with young bride Ins returned to Rockcaslle to ItcJ He and his brother O L Mason have rented D C Poynters rest dence on Old Main St I A W7 Soward formerly o office but now working in a job office in Cincinnati writes that he is comfortably locatedand well sat Jsfied Mrs Soward will go to Cin1 cinnati about December first SH Martin has returned from Lynchburg Va feeling slightly better He says that his son Wil riifif and Daughter Mrs Sand dc vgbo used to be Miss Berda Ma dare both enjoying good health ifaridjhappily located r iA PHINP SH01 f j r ft Jjc iD t IMiss Ida May Adams writes from Sliellriian Ga tint on count of her stealth she will pr ably resign her position about J 9st and return to Mt Vernon W S Givens district agent he New England Mutual Life dira nee Co is here this to elin forking in conjunction withrcal Fgeut Mr A B Furnish irQ U A JJIR L Smith IIPmnoo- m nCoun of Claims met Monday paving to the piliticnl sterol- s adjourned until NOI 13 laysHenrlid farm near Level Green to son Marian county people Price p 5000 Rev Loose of London wil preach at the Christian church the firs t Sunday in November morn lag and evening ire new telephone wires are be ing strung down old main street Four of them go as far as Pine Hil Hiid two to Livingsoi rnem1ttgeneration died at the hr of his daughter in Jamestown nlkd e M Preston has ithdr3t m the race for Constable in t Fifth Magisterial district compose of Browns and Brodhead rots n precincts At the rcqufst of the committee Judge R G William will make to speeches in the com tv in behalf of the Independent ticket At Livingston on Frida inght Nov and at Brodhead 4thDaitAssessment No 3ut the Mt Vernon Mutual Burial Asscciatioi orcrthere iIny ont thing which we hope to see live Also4thci Jung in every instance except two ot thre where there has been a eathI it has proven a great blessing AHlarge majority of the members have died since the organization cfw the association were in ly meager circumstances and it the cheapest burial possi hern hoped for hut as it i tl vvere given a burial goof enough any lord or king A special from Somerset dated the 21St says The largest mort gage ever recorded in the County Clerks office here was that between the Union Sayings Binkaud Trust Company of Cincinnati andwereCumberland River and Nashville 1Mof2500ouo Corbin Ky to Tenn The route taken will damnTest the g r er through Whitley and Laurel counties to New Burn pi side through Pulaski and Wayne counties to Moutlcello thence toconnectttiwith Jamestown This will dent some of the richest coal and timber lands in Kentucky and will be one of the biggest tonnage and paseni ger routes in the South zeus of Somerset are working very hard to get the road to run through that city as that is on a direct route to J amestCtwnI n For some time past the autborite ties of Berea College haeJ ten enA deavoring to locate a number of blind tigers in the village of Bt era through whoso agency a demura1L ing influence has been exerted the students of that insUtut onI Failing in every other metes finally resorted to a detective agen cy and matriculated a Pinke man as a supposed student detective under this guise soon got familiar terms with the wilder students aud succeeded in locating the places at which they were sup plied with intoxicants This information obtained the names of the Jawbreakers were given the Fed B eral authorities and United States S thisfplace ilins erJRson Ed Canfax and George Thack HIrevenue gave bond except Doe and Canfax who were confined in the county jail Hanson is manager of the Hell Tele phone Co of Berea and a pr oui fontelse eritlady will come off Wednesday Richmond is Register THROUGH l E B Brown sold to S IL 1Ctin a mare for too hTo our delinquent some of rah aare two and three years in Greco infarnorom Laurel were here this the interest of their candidacy representative John Helot funurly of Brod MadlisOU e illt100n Friday and sustained a sent rea burn The grease pnelrated Jthe buhoe and burned both the top and urottun of the foot Dr J E Lo ittended him and it will be several before he will be ably to work gainTefferson City Vo Fri ilme LIV1XJSTOA- D S McKinnev and ifLaFolletie were guests of Mullins Sunday J Eo ttoo is in Ccrbin this week Pennington has purchased C A vveHs stock of goods and is run ing the Eight Gables Restaurant Mrs Jcsiie Itoer of Louisville vas the gnat of Dr S Conptt on thur reekSirs HarT Jenkins o Ivrbanon Junction visited her pir its Mr Gad Mrs J n Have 1rLbcthjg it Mrs George Griffins thii e k Floyd Bryant fell hit rrbch iid ng Sunday aftcrren gIviag a gash cut on his furehe reqiiiring seven stitches Br ioperdrissed the injuriesIr old Mrs Samuel Ward retucue tome franc Lancaster Monday afraternoon They attended the bu itl of Mrs Wards brother Wil re11lUinladciried to Lebanon Junctiol1Mrsof JeniH Tubbs and HIuncdberwgstCt1 GablestoMart Hix has built an addition hiscottage on Gauley branchMiss McFerron visited at Pine Cooplasthas been suffering with hut Naltc nitate kindly asst H tiaalfthat he may live to the full three toscoreSirs Win Hamlin of Chicago rTStar ks and Miss Bessie Larverna Starks Mr and Mrs J W Sad IIdice aud son Edgar of Russelville the guests of Mr and Mrs J A andIA Sundahe s ChewnIfj1l1g guest were out town guests were Urban Chewning and Airy Jenkins of Lebanon June and Mr and Mrs Egbert Mrsropchildrens party Monday evening Peariwere Alice Burton Alice Ward Ethel Hayes Carrie Farley Maiy Willieja Wright Lillie Car Ruth Burton Grocer Mullins Coooper George Sambrook Rice Walton and F rank Orndorff Refreshments were served Mrs H Davis and brother Conn itIBllOUHEAD ttiThePercy Benton Mrs J H Dunn parentsin whoGhasceturneJ Bethurum L W Bethurum D Lewis and others will the voters hereon Saturday night The Blue Devil Society The lastTuesday s tbEllaVice President Miss Maud Secty and Treas The Board of Directors are Misses Lrdacl fuForbesYoung Mens Club is meeting reg anddud doing some nice work They have rented a club room which the a beauty and would makean town proud of herself Mrs Cass J 8 jarR CassMr L B Parsons has aUlpleasant5K B NewlantlH H Hutcheson Virginia on business The party gi1 en at Mrs Martins was lnot very largely attended onac count of the weather but those present report a good tlmeDr Percy Benton and John Robins 1were in Louisville last weekSir and lIrsL C Smithof Crab atOrchard art at the Frith Hotel foi few daysMr and Mrs P F Cable have located in the Keislinp Lunch House and will be able tt furnish all kind of photographit Iwork Horace Benton is in Liv ingston this week on business C HorIa e Benton were in Crab Orchard last Sanday =Ba bee McAfee ant H H Hutchesoa were in Lsxing Cherryt ortiand bmRev R R Nod OTTAIVA Horn to tlic Wile ui W L Cash the21 a liar boy The nuet ing at Union Ridge is progressing fnicelyMr T Brown cenre emplHtes going to Bell county 1It iristhom arid family vi the family uf11r and Mrs Albert Albright Saturdiy unti- layMrMond G B Suttou our placedschool having an average of about Kdlast week Mr Steve Albright has his new completed and will trove it in a few daysThe sick ae improving Miss Patsy Hamm near this place ivisiting at Willibecandidatto e and P Colyer and cthere on the issues Fyerytoderdiggintg g the trayise againstplaceeweekd0touMOORE OFFUTT3 ECORBINAT ONE 0 CLOCK Fre IpTO These lots are desirably located on Barbotirvile and Hamlin Streets PI VK ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER LOT cSxli ft WITH GOOD WELL Easy Payments MOOItfi OFFUTT Agents Jl1J1A1YER IJFl1EiJLTN mY Ig rIlIAS NO SUBSTITUTE A Powdorfreophatlc acid ADJOINING COUNTIES Col Roger IX Williams of the Second Infantry Kentucky State has been ordered to prod at once to Middlesboro and muster int service the new milita Thissnew rmcdat the instance of G W Albrecht President of the Iuv and Order League woo will bs elected Captain Since murder of Jack Bolen By Frank Baircondiiions have become such in the mountain city he de that the officers of the law no protection whatever to citizens and murderers come go at wilt upon the streets of city The new company of geedys BARGAINS atI Krueger c SonsWIiI r thanI20 andmen from 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 30 days So come no4 dont put it off any longer We are doing this in goodsSHOES when we cant snake a sale sellingD4isyPatent windoHighest Market Prices paid for Country Produce Everett Keckley Lexington committed Kneosha Wis suicideI Ayers Take cold easily Throat I tender Lungs weak Any i consumptionThen CherryPectoral yourdoctorsAyers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents Cherry Tor Arer1tuOylt UiniMrs COAlln ee Lungsyincrease the activity of liver and thus aid recovery GIVENDo Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Wattersons paper wants share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It to give away twenty Christ lts presents ranging from r 100 20 amounting to js6oo in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 and20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Mis souri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louis WeeklyCourierJournal It will be sent free t r Y aP 6 b b Willis Griffin IUNDERTAKER Mt noHjEEtice = 3Ej Phone No 63 = UH1 UI1UU1UHUU11UlllU1U1UlU1UlU11UU11111UUl 11UUl T1THE LOW RELIABLE Front c DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases aSpecialty come for fair treatment ProprPHONK r rJJ 3c T tJ rIJ GRANVILLE OWENS ia UNDERTAKERB I wkidIJSHOE e3tou aur MAKERSI Sold by F Krueger Sons MT VERNON KKNITCKV PRICE 800 rioCure Cold in OneDay Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets ITake Jffllion taxes sold in past 12 months This Signature nTntntnttinttnnnnnn PRACTICAL 33 ZZFUNERAL Vernon Ky H BEST All 9 COMPLETE LINE Cotlins Caskets and Robes ff All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled tJ I r i a ISv=Cares clnev box25c If you want to buysell or rent any kindof Real Estate in Rockcastle you ought to see us We can always save you money ESTATEOCMtSeca o y SOLD AND I VERNON DCBY CO FINANCIALREPOR1There r For More Paper Currency of r S10 and Under THE NEEDS PARTIALLY SUPPL Amount of Paper Monny in Denomina HUlls of S10 aid Under Outstand ihg alas Sl3O78217Y During the Year There Was 637540 000 of United States Paper Cur rency Issued and 523026 000 Redeemed Washington Oct 2tThe treasurer of the United States in his annual re port for the fiscal year 1905 says There is an increased demand for more paper currency of the denomina tions of and under owing to the expansion and development of the business Interests of the country The treasury has partially supplied the needs by redeeming and retiring notes of the larger denominations and Issuing notes for smaller denominations in substitution therefor The amount of United States per currency in denominations of 510 and under outstanding June 30 1905 was 730782179 an increase of 514 C35320 during the year The total In crease in these denominations from March 1900 to June 30 1905 was 51C71SCS21 or an average of a little inore than 310000uO each year The amount of United States per currency of the denominations of 20 and above outstanding at the close of the fiscal year was about 91000 000 exclusive of gold certificates and under present conditions the presen ration of these notes for redemption In future will be the only resources available to the treasury for supply- Ing the demand for smaller denomiua tlons of currency Nations Bank Notes During the year there was 5C37 5400CO of United States paper cu rency issued and 5C23020000 redeem ed National bank notes aggregating 308298700 were presented for demptIon or C5S4 per cent of the average amour outstanding payments for the net proceeds of notes redeemed consisted of 146595 108 In United States currency mostly in denominations of 5 and under and of 107599547 In checks on subtreas ury offices and of J52G22702 in credo its to redemption fund or in general account Transactions in the public debt re suIted in a net Increase of 5900 in the Interest bearing debt by the sion of refunding certificates with trued interest Into the funded loan 1907 while reductions are recorded of 600675 In the debt on which interest has ceased since maturity and of 53 r 302146 in the debt bearing no interest The net result is a reduction of 53 the past two years the expen ditures of the government have been in excess of the revenues to the aggre gate amount of more than 564000000 This however Included the extraordi nary expenditure In 1904 of 5oO000000 on account of the Panama canal this is she first year in the past six years when the ordinary expenditures in excess of the revenues and t amount was 23004228 Gold and Silver The amount of silver dollars in cir culation June 30 1905 was 570584335 against 71313825 12 months before It Is estimated that the maximum cir culation of silver dollars has been reached The stock of subsidiary silver coin June 30 1905 was 5114624189 an in crease of 57762168 during the year in circulation at the clo ttoUthe year was 101437707 and ti amount in the treasury 13386482 Since 6gold has increased more than any other ldnd of money In cir cUlatipn The total gold in the treasury on June 30 1905 amounted to 5706392399 and by October 19 1905 It had atta ed maximum at 5748425923 r other government has ever held so f much of the precious metaL ACCIDENTS ON RAILROADS fIiDuring the Last Fiscal Year 886 Pep sons killed and 13783 Injured t f Washington Oct 24 During the 12 t A months ended June 30 1905 886 per wore killed and 13783 Injured as the result of accidents on railroad trains according to a repott of the interstate commerce commission lust O it s sr k1L PRINT SHOWS THROUGH I issuc3 orpaa ua iviaii an increase of kin nnu 4123 jured among iTXJfScngcrs and employes the increase in kilted being wholly among passengers while the nllmberI of employes killed shows a decrease of There were 1231 collisions and 1535 derailments of which 163 collisions and 168 derailments affected passenger trains The damage to cars aceD11 Cruiser Boston at Panama Washington Oct 24The navy partment is advised of the arrival of the cruiser Boston at Panama where she is to take the place of the gunboat Princeton The Princeton will shortly start for the north Cossacks Killed By Brigands Baku Oct 24A band of brigands attacked a detachment of Cossacks near the Alyat railway station eral Cossacks were killed and one w wounded The remainder of the Cos sacks escaped LAND STOCK AND CROP Bush Ramsev auctioneers re port the sale ofAIrs Lee Allen Allausville Wednesday as well tended Among the prices were the following Fiveyearold mule 134 aged horse 43 mare 5 year old 123 2 cows and carves 27 and 39 heifer 2925 5 two year old cattle 345 5 yearling cattle 1950 each heifer calf 1025 steer calf 1120 16 sheep 680 each buck 650 hogs 4 92Icorn 190 per barrel ter Democrat Oscar Young sold to N H R in kin of Carlisle a pair of i63 hinds six year old horse ruble for 3S0On Wednesday Jay NI Kirk bought of Chas M Fleming 79 export steers for firsr haf of November delivery andof D A Glascock 51 of A P Darnall QrH T Grannis Son weighedup to Bryant Kirk this week one car load of twoyearold cotta fed 45tiro10 year lings to Lawrence Howe at 3 75 and 10 calves to Sherley Collins at 18 Flemingsburg Times Demo crat TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Pacifiae from St Louis Cairo Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February sir March 21 1905 to Arkansas Teas Indict and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sal every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 2 days are cheap rates err soar Cheap round trip rates now ih effect to anbevar privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult nearest Ge3011NortonDONT BORROW TROURLE It isa bail hahit to borrow an 4heTAtt sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dys pepsia hilliousness Bnghts dis ease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elec uric Bitters Herr you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your bodv ofjedebt fantetdt j 1f l J J rN SORE LUNGS coughingIsand CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply FOlEYS- HONIYAND1stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs It con tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the lungs or opiates that cause constipation a condition that retards recovery from a cold FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and lung troubles The Dccicrs Said Ha Had Consumption A Marvelous Cur- L M Ruggles Reasoner Iowa writes The doctors said I had sumption and got no better until I used FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well Three sizes 25c 100 The 50cent size contains two and onehalf times much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much REFUSE SUBSTITUTES OM J f WIT a 23 or 38 DollarsTO California AND THE NORTHWEST= FIMHI LOUISVILLE THE Henderson Route hh m m hhu COKRFSPONDING Low rate to Washington Oregon Utah Montana andall intermediate pointa Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 JEST Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKKRS 1tRoles to tbe West and South wt st on certain dates JB6T If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticlretreadsorertlrellPNIlFil SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis ES Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and L J SouthwestI LOUISVILLE KY TOGO 10 ROjSY It is this way When I spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt11 Vernon and have my eyes and he does it right Wizen they need changing he does it free of charget also keeps sewing machine belttsc Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run TOGOeHOURSsMEXICO By the superb double daily service Qyerthe Iron Mountain Rout shortenPto City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis ElegantDiningMexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Lowmtes liberal stop over privileges No descriptiveITicket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Jrbn Noun ain Route Room 30INorton Bldg Louisville Kv TE5ASn Ifyou are contemplating a change why not locate iri Texas where the Winters rre mild and a home can be purchased for whit rob pay an nually in rent in theNorth East Texas offers opportunities for fruit inIWrite for literatureand Homeseek 17NovSCHAEEER T P AjCoitQn BeifRo teT Ciucinnati0h J ROCKCASTLr Real Estate Co s NT YEKNON KY o FARM NO IThis farm of 117 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the lest farms in the county and will be sold at a Bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because ol his health The entire farm is undo fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also irond orchard FARM No n Consisting of 156 a cres near Conway 100 acres bottom lane n acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price SSUOt0 well worth 100J00 FARM No 3A farm of 185 acre located near Alaretburg and a ver desirable farm 140 acres under lean and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses never faitinjj spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and pot oilice A most desirable location am- a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tra off of this farm butnobuildings be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made- FARM No 4IlO acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to rur farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land tween Brush creek and Orlando 2l acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM No 6100 acre tract 3 miles vest of Mt Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory residence barn and all necessary outbuildings Large oreh ard and plenty water Price 600 FARM NO 780 acres near Pro fence5orto run farm and well watered In one eountyPrice nearFreedoma most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain IThe one hundredth anniversary victory at Trafalgar was celebrated Saturday through cut Great Britain TheJpseph IofirmarV STANFORD KY ansd ery s eases of Eye Nose Throat Ear Chest Genitourinary and Hectal Disease Diseases of Nervous System Skin and Gastro Intestinal track This lust tution is prepared to administer sage Hot Air Vapor Baths Hydro pathy Faradic Galvanic and Stair Electricity Make XKay Examina lions No contagious diea es ad mitted All bills must be paid promp ly in advance TOtFOR TREATMENT Southern Arkansas Lands TimberedrollinK perfect drain Gratzwcorn cowpea and believed to be the coming lover and alfalfa country porous clay soil and clay subsoilheap- est lands in Southwest Splendic stock country 10 months range Write for Soutnern Arkansas- b oclet an J Homeseekers1 rates Sept 19 Ot 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 L O SCHAEFER R T P AI Coton Belt RouteCincinnati O r 1 1BQoisSlioesRUb Cast UasrWeir Best Salesman E c BOGS aaa rh- oNr 1OIEt5I1ONErADTAR clr arsa7r sYra xtr attars 1 I t IL 111 It XOThKa OF KULK CASTLE COUNTY NEW Mtxico IAZTEC Oct 12 IQO thit a repo has Ijeen circulated ly inv opp wept and others that my health wrlaI wish to say that uiv health is in toilprovingsoon be well I hope my friend will not be misled by false st hI neat ut n responsible persons o not know in condition I leave laen stricken with ill t lthUf more than a year am monk strangest and penniless herefoie am unable to make a per onal canvass Ii elected and am sure I will bV I vitl serve ss Jailer the next four years I appeal to ray friends irrepect Ive of party affiliation to tally to nay support and help me to win the office and God will reward you all in the great beyond io 20 RespectfulJv 1 L J1 R RHTT COXWAY The frost mornings remind us of r ainOIOSSUUlS arc d a ipe akarSome of our farmer have commenced to gather corn and most of us have a good crop tc look after this titheMrs John Pearl of London who was visitinj her brother D C Pnllins here last week was on the train that wieciar at Lilly on her retnrn home For innately she nor her children ben h frt US Berry sold a pair o y ing cattle to George Ballard ol Pant Lic for SsoElection h abort all the talk here aad it is hare to te who will be elected by UK field talk From the amount of boo e that is being used here ut kinder doubt if some of the will be axle to get to the polls ofi vote if its kept upDr Gibson Richmond was here to see J H S gmon Mcn3ayD C Pallins ratS2d some the largest jumpkin this season that we ever aw ot Roundstone He has them that will eigh all the way from 10 90 pounds CACIRcAll surface cancers are now mown to be curable by Buckleif Arnica Salve James Walters ol Duffield Va writes I had cascer on my lip for soars that seemed incurable till BuckJenV Arnica salve healed it and now t is perfectly well Guaranteer cure for cuts and burns 2C lit Vernon Drug Co 0 3f9c3Ttig9Be- are theTheSiguture of I f t g0 and Southern Ry BETW- EENCincinnati ChattanoogaAt1 Birmingham KnoxvilleAsheville Mobile JacksonvilleNew Shreveportand Texas Points Double Dolly tollman Service to Chl Atlanta- JacKsonvitle and New Orleans DlmiB and Observation Cars For end nates adulUIEN AlKen T P Ill East Mala Street Lel W Garrett W Ricearson Ges11Ip Genl Paul JJ4t ClnelDnati Ohio = 7 o k t v IJ jK i-rI r a- The Kind Yon Have Always Sought ami vrlucli has been in use for over 30 years Las Ijonio the sf4rnatnre of r and has beets inacli aster 2iis per cyaAll Counterfeit Imitations asidi3uttasgCol tare It11v Expcriaieats that tilde with and ciulan es the health of ftnlbuts mil ChR lCilEqHerieuee against Sxpcriment J jh CtzOP1 fi et a Castorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone I roi s and Soothing Syrups It is IIeasaist It contains neither Opitun Morphine nor otli r jSixreotfc substance Its njja is its guarantee It destroys Yovnis ami allays Fcvoiislusess It cures irrlioa mid Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trouble cnre Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food vegifeites the Stomach and Bowels givins IieaUhy and natural steon rv The Cwihlrcrs PallacctTh lllot er FriCll GSHU38E CASTOR A- Bc ALW AVS 1 the Signature of HavesTile p ltUg iti uu J Use For Over 3O d e DnllOlIITHe CTE n Grl J C MCLt Undertaker l Embalmer Complete JNEofCnskts Robes tYc Orders by lolephonc attended promptly Stanford Kv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL SORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION CIVEN CtFarmOne 150 acre tract of laud on tli watery of Crodked ere k tine dwell ing house timber and coal The farm cheapForD G ILAKIC jul i4 tf Orlando Ky CAS TO 1Bears tie s tEgtstuuo cfALL 1 t A in nit We plain sealed La DepT Co ViliamsI IMr VERNON On floor o The Bank of M t on yfv- jijj Special attention given to collections No So ERStDentist Mt Ky- FirstClnss I Work J CldJlianas residence 73 Will in office at BRODHEAD MONDAY till noontTo IN Take LAXATINK BROMO Ocr NINE AH druggists refund if it fitils to F Groves signature on each bo- 25ctS O STOlAlira of t16a ZwrGP PAINfUL PflUODS Life often seems too long to the woman who bearingdowndizziness griping and areadreadful To make life worth take ineofrCl j V Womans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purif s and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions which weak women suffer It matchless marvelous reliable bottlesasWRITE US LETTER freely and frankly strictest confi dence telling us your symptoms and troubles will send freeadvice inenvelope Address dies Advisory The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn KY 2rd Vernon Church street Phone Vernon PHONE No be every noon Tuosdcy ails Tablets the money cure W is Bcara AfenpsEagit suf cramps similar tortures living from is At all I SUFFERED GKEATLY writes Mrs E Clevenger of Belie view N CHat my monthly periods all my life but the tirst bttle of Car J du gave me wonderful relief and row am in better health than rave been for a long time