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Lh Published Every Friday I1yVOLUME XIX MT VEUNOtf ROCICCASTLE COUNTY ipr FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1905 NUMBER 11 7 a s AV == L = III1i And Sell It For Less WHY 0 HundredsofFeopie BI1Yfin Their Goods here LOWER PRICES for Same Gootlstliat why v Vo o dJI w ra t Furniture Carpets r rnttings find Uuggcts Fell Boots lieus find Ladies Rubbers Shoe =ever Kintl and Size for Ever Tbo- d1Tens v Youth find Childrens Hats Best Line of Ovlrcoats in liockcastle i1lens Youths and Childrens Suits lrocerit 20 pound Granulated Siigir One Dollar Dry Goods Notions filll Fnrllishings i Ladies Mhses Jackets Cloaks ind ti Ymps Ladies Fascinator fillli Underwear E roc x kjP d TrV tIItrdwnr find Queensnarc Blank Books Stoneware find Stationery r I3n1GnlTs tnntnH1H1HHtntn HHHH nnn Hit iiHti iHninnn Irlllllllllllllil Stylish Iii ess Solid COMFORT In SIfOBIs what you will have if you buy a pair of the Celebrated W L DOUGLAS Shoes They a made over the foot form the last and Fit Style Wear aid Comfort in t- heBestShoes You Ever Saw In 250 3 and 850 This shoe stands for all that is best in the making of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves in alUthe different leathers styles and widths If you want to get the worth of your money and opportunitvWe sell everything but if there Jis one lin Jtis News in Kentucky GAVE THEM A SCARE Dunn Told the Bellboy He Had Taken- Morphine Lexington Ky Oct 30A whir- wind of excitement was created the Leland hotel here by J M Dunn of Danville Ky who called a bellbo- to his room and announced to hi that he had taken a dose of morphin- to end his earthly troubles Dr E M Wiley who aaswerrd a call huri to the room ony to find Dunllstttng up in bed smoking a cigarette with no apparent thought of leaving this world by the suicide route Dunn came here- several months ago at the time Scot- ty the Death Valley plunger was o his daring ride over the country an announcing that he was the hero 0 that famous jaunt began scattering- his money to the newsboy and hotel- porters He returned to his Boyle county Is homeIAmerican TrainersILexington Ky lynshi of Russia Americanbred trotter Valentine who- has been making a tour of is now in this city where he will r main for some time studying them ods of the trainers of trotting horse- with the view of becoming an expet trainer in his native country Count- 1Ialynshl has a select stud of about mares mostly American bred an will while here purchase several prom- Ising youngsters to add to his racing stable next season The veteran train er Charles Marvin has engaged to train horses for Henry Exall at Dal las Tex and is making his arrange ments to depart for the Lone Star- state ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Edgar Wolcott Shot By His Cousin- Wedell Moorman Central City Ky Oct 30 Edg Wolcott the 15yearold son of Chas Wolcott a banker of South Carrollton was accidentally killed by his cousin Wedell Moorman 17 while the boy were hunting Moorman placed a old army musket on a stump to fix the hammer when it shot Wolcott at close- rangc He received the entire charg- In his right side and died in his brothers arms Wolcotts mother rauWQ- miles to the scene and she lit no critically ill Mooroiania craze iwiUi grief and tried to get the musket agate to shoot himself Beaten By the Marsha WlUiainetown ky OcL 3OAlfred E Turner a canvasser who sad he was front Cincinnati but whose bog- gage indicated that hshoma vas Ja Brooklyn was arrostedon a charge of insulting women on the street T the marshal he intimated that one of the women led and the officer gav him a drubbing the woman in ques ton being his relative Turner paid gIoand costs after a plea of guilty To Keep Name Off Ballot Owiugsville Ky Oct 30Thomas- Eariler of Rowan county who was nominated by petition as republican- candidate for representative from the BathRowan district wilt bring suit to enjoin the Rowan and Bath connly- cerks from placing Jefferson Howell name on the ballot Will Banquet the Club Newport Ky Oct 30T According an oldestablished custom Harry Winston one of Newports prominent- Qung men who haS bean recently married will banquet the Henry Clay Debatin society of Newport at his residence Monday evening Novem ber Detained Against Her Will Louisville Ky Oct 30John E Burgan was arrested at his home hereon the charge at having detained against her will Mrs I J Comer The alleged offense was committed a week ago but the police have kept the ter t quiet In order to effect the capture JS Morgan Acquitted Owentou KyOct 3oJ S MO gan was acquitted of the murder of wheie s wife reProbably Fell Overboard Covington Ky Oct30FIed Crt ner a deckhand on the steamer Goo Mathespn was reported missing when- the boat pulled into Cincinnati on her trip from Louisville Crarier was last yen shortly after the boat left Vevay nd The Football Game Lexington Ky Oct aOThe loot ball game between State college an Kentucky university scheduled fo Thanksgiving day will be the greatest from a betting standpoint in the bS tory of the game in this city Womans Rights Convention Newport Ky Oct 30 Representa ones HheWoqtansJ qUal Rights as jociation will have their annual meet beginningyKar Ior thglrlghkta vofeKSlew His BrjStheririLavy rMt Vernon y Oct 30ToD Mitchell a section hand it is said sho and killed his brotherinlaw John- utephens at Livingston He is in cus ibdy r iOmc 1twfaii j l tswtli v r t L i 1 ESCAPED THE MOs i A Fast Freight Train Saved Fred iISomerset KyO t31Fred Watts a dark young man Claiming white par rushlla an early hour by officers from Stearns l skillfuly theeto assault wasd learge Deputy Sheriffs J W JHeStearns and went to a spring where t highn j iImmediatelythe womans screams attracted neigh bor who came with a shotgun and 1 fired at Watts as the latter Oed A few hours later it is claimed Watts appeared at the home of Mrs James Litton where he again attempted an thenfJJrlvcdstopped a train Wattse i jailswas to the Will THE CALLAHAN BROTHERS Betweend 1 Lexington Ky Oct 31News of a serious difficulty between Callahan and his brother SheritrEjihan of Breathitt county shots were exchanged has ed this city and according to the in formation more trouble is expected at any moment The trouble between the fSherifftion of partnership in a mercantile business at Crocketsville the home of wifearof Sam Callahan is authority for the statement that boMi her husband and his brother are housed with guns and bloodshed will likely follow their sfirst meeting Ths suit was filed by Sheriff Calahan against his brother shortly after the fomier was released allegaelions were made tfcat Sam Callahan had acted fraudulently In the business during the oonnnrcncut of the sheriff llrlpl raystte comty jalJ tFELL DEAD OF EXHAUSTION Woman Walked For Days Hunting For Her Husband Louisville Ky Oct 3tMrs Mary Thursdayfrom streetodied suddenly Monday and Coroner hadetramped all over the city searching foi her husband who had she claimed abandoned her Upon her return she complained of being tired Later she was found lifeless Mrs Jahn was 45 years old Fight in a Mine OwlugiSville Ky Oct31A gen eral fight took pace at Rose Run iron mines this county between Riley and s Will Craig and James Mundayon one side and several unknown on the other Two unknown men were seriously cut and others dangerously beaten o with rocks and clubs None have been captured Editor Moore Is Sinking Lexington Ky Oct 31 Reports from the bedside of Editor Charles C = Moore are that he is growing gradu ally worse and that his death Is likely to occur any hour Moore says he ful ly realizes hs conditionr but does not fear death in spite of bis disbelief in God and revealed religion to Will Wed a Cincinnati Man Lexington Ky Oct 31The en gagement of Miss Jennie M Hanson of this city and James Stone Helm of Cincinnati is announced by rUss Hansons mother Mrs Eva T HansonC The bridetobe is one ol mostSprominent young business Central Kentucky er Selling Whisky in Violation of wd LMtchfield Ky Ct31Deputyb Nicholsnaid J D Cundiff arrived here wltl1EldRichardson Ben Howard Robert Willis and Stephen Gregory charged with selling whisky in viola G 0tionof the United States revenue lawsZI The YoricCaseiv Lawrenceburg Ky Oct 3i =Ia WililkmHdel of James R York were called and passed The defense filed affidavits of the attending physicians that York dis in avfery erif cabled condition ErNewport Ky Ocr 31Twelve young women Scted as pallbearers at the J J1r3iloflllss Ruth Gleeson of Fourth street per her last wish MissGleeson was a telephone opera tor and the young women worked w with her In the exchange Ya Dyingitt 01J 5mlthHurt aged 80 survivor of Captpnrpins company in the Mexican war jiid colonel of the 24th Kentucky res t mentwhlc 1 followed Sharman to the ea is dying here 0 When a fish loses any outs jscalo y a wound on other means tfiv art giver renewedr Z s JI wtrl h ff ftitiw IT t pdD osco c3foC TheseAPrices That I YouhlL vlVtYt 11 Mens and Boys Caps 10 to 50 centsMens and Boys Hats 150 to 2 each Mens Suits 250 to 11 Mens Overcoats44 to 5t long 4501011 Buys Suits coat vest and pants 2 to 6 per suit Boys Overcoats 9 to 19 years old good quality 275 to 4 each Boys Knee Pants Suits size 4 to 16 500 to 2 per suitI pairis price Ladies winter 275 Twists Above our prices telling goods Give let us d THO RRODllEAD KENTUCKY IHeadquarters Bargains Be m E lI The Gibralter of Rockcastle County m m OF BRODHEAD KY m m Ipdl ual FIrms apd Corpora tlons 5olilI ed m your business we guarantee and profitable Pay 3 per cent interest of m more when left in the upon for period m HUTCHESON Casher tlJ m i I m J9 8tVf OTTAWA The mteting at Union Ridge closed Sunday with one addition church The speaking at Union School house Friday night Oct 27 was largely attended The speakers J W Brown candidate for county attorney Williams Judge Lear Parke- cott Reubiu W Brown fife can present They all toI very good spirits The crowd that was there was all for the In- ependent ticket two r three Hurrah for the ticket Hon R Williamswill address the ofBrodhead Satuiday night November 4th Every body come Mrs Whim Adums visited grand parents Mr Mrs AI bert Albrigh Sunday lastMrs Witf Brown js better at this wfitijtg Afew moments W- RIayes card stating the Geahce Herrin son of Cast Her was with typhoid f- everbars LoU Farris of near this tttPs ekMr Joe Albrigtit ing hima new barn Pitching quaitsjs the order day JaS Thompson seems tobe s e of this plateMrs W P Hayes got bust sweet potatoes And Arch Al Eright says he has boss potatoes 0810 Mens Underwear 4sc to i per suit Mens Overall to i Coats to match at quality45CLadiesse 25Ladies Dress Skirts 2 to Ladies Long Coats Jackets 5 Ladies heavy medi um weight shoes for 95C to i 50 pair 1001pairper pairI a few a call and you t I n OF a relation nIl a J were and and J seem and got a very Ibw the the b r says she has the aw same 4 5 and ed W were but ago TO THE PEOPLE OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY Mt Vernon Ky Oct 30 1905 Mr W J Sparks came Jo my early Monday morning day this month and said to that at a meeting held Vernon on Sunday the day before which B J Bethurum Niceley and others participated that it was agreed that he Sparks should come to see and to get become a candidate the Democratic ticket for Superin tendent of Schools agaiustsG Pollard Mr Sparks didcome as above stated and it duceraents tome to become such cr didate he said that he would contribute 5000 towards the perses that I should and would- r receive many Republican votes and to prove that to be asked to go with him Mr Tom Niceleys We and saw Mr and he promised bj support Mr Sparks asked m go with him to Frankfort Kjj get a certificate of qualifij I did there with him a way sloped the cit ofr and while there ISBeth irtim at and he there pnl would have 600 that he um and j at on- tra Established 1887 ir 4IBed Comforts 70c 80 and go cts each jrBed Blankets 65c to 4 pair The best are all wool Best grade Flour 70C sack Good Roasted Coffee 150 Good Green Coffee 126C Granulated Sugar Three bars Big Deal Soap poundIFive bars Daniel Boone Three Gran Tob One Wheehnan One plug Star Tob Nails all sizes Sheet Iron 4OCiwood 225 to 275 Heating Stoves for coal 3 25 to jFourcap825 i i Good Sewing Machine 1250 IT are of how we sell us show CHERRY for Financial Institutions m CITIZeNS bIkNU I rBankingACCOUNTS yi mGive us and mant pleasItfIon deposits or bank and not of six months L J the G AbuCyGr Deck W in cite he no nu is build of boy the 4SC per home on the 6th of me in Mt in WeG me ry me to on M offered many ex me me to went Nicelev me go fn th make sa 50 per 6c lb 3C found it was a cruel trap set for me add my friends I found that sim ilar inducements had been held out to my neighbor and friend J W Sparksthatbe used as such candidaterMost respectfully yours J M CRAIG UAIL Corn gathering and p ging is the order of t W G Proctor rem sameA protracte begin at Bethel J IIte ist by El and Rev- Parsons ha leg and is Ed G teach tv vs yv VYJ i vv x f 7 t rIR J01114 T MT VIRNON SIGNAL FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1905l Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising tales made known on application A movement among commercial men t f New York to hold a con vention in Vashmgton forthe pur pose tif recommending legislation looking to Nard a Netter consuls service for t lo Uuitf States is P worthy one The State Depart ment is fond announcing thIt we have thebe the most capable the mo1 relithe and the most en erotic tnn onr consular aervice of any nation in the world but the business men of the country know better Bolh Germany and Inland g I hae c better consular service nut 7r nro vli almost unparalleled of German commejce has been in no considerable part due to the men she appoints as her consular agents These men are selected for their fiuess for the posts their commercial knowledge for their tact and for their ability to speak the langtnge of the country to which they are sent and not any political reason or from any pull they may have The 71 of the consular service being used 1 asa refuge fur political pensioners II has Toot fully passed and until it hasour consular service will he in r need of improvement t d Poor Russia may cry Peas peace but there is no peace tiTi Scarcely was peace consu- mmated at Portsmouth ere the turmoil of civ Tt war broke out in St Petersburg Moscow Warsaw and many other cities r IF it is true that a man usually lives to be grateful to the women that refuses so marry him what by inference must be the feeling of I man toward the woman who r not reluse J J COOK REPLIES TO COUN TY ATTORNEY BETHU RUM To the Voters of Rockcastle L County I have carefully read the are ticle published in last weeks is- stioftbe ti SIGNAL written by L liethurum and concurred in by Judge Lewis I have beeu unable however to find in that article even an attempt to deny the charges made by me in my former article or of the charges made against them by their opponents They attempt by bare and un supported statements and an array of figures to deceive and atbe people and draw then away F from the issues laid down by the Independent candidates Mr Be thurum and Judge Lewis have bee issueslbutin their speeches or in their writings They have not only failed to answer or attempted to disprove the charges mare againtt them hut instead they have gone to good citizens of the county and made char ges against certain of the candi dates opposing them for the pur pose of creating a feeling against their opponents The stories they tell are not true they know it and they ought not to make them But they see hind know they are on a sinking ship and they will not stop at any means to aid them in thi election Their article is misleading an not state facts as they are start out by saying that the wstrationjust preceding theirs its wanton and extrava fcnwance of claims to the tf 7422 10 for this oulder That charge not fair and the know it was itL The claims cal Courrand sually amount thousand s jalloweon I thais L 1 h 4i1J shown by the record wade by them Mr B J Bethurum was the Com missioner who was appointed bv to rottke the settlement cover ug the last year of the formef ad ministration and it was his duty under the law to refuse to allow o give credit for any claim that wa wantonly alloved This StltIment does show that claims wen allowed which he approved and fii thIsettlement as the law requiresw examined and approved by you County Attorney and confirmed by your Couuty Court But who lowed all these claims Were they allowed by Judge Williams admin istration No no indeed by no means no t 175794 was allow ed after Judge Williams term o office expired and after the present County Judge and County Attor ney had gone into office I have the list of claims allowed bthepresent administration that go to makeup this 176794 showing 0 whom paid and proven by good men These claims were by the present administration an charged in the settlement of the last year of the former adrainistra tionWert they so charged to swell the amount of claims allow ed by the former administration or to reduce the amount allowed by the preesent administration in the first year of administration The claims allowed by this administra and charged in the settlement the last year of the former admin istration to make the total of 7 422 ID and the parties to holl paid are as follows orTo Judge S D Lewis 500 00 To Judge S D Lewis 100 oo poJtoO oo To G S Griffin 178 To Houk Adams 76 ToW G Nicely 24 i2 To Miss Annie HColeman 43 To Dr A G Lovell 250 To Houk Adams 21 45 To M J Miller 2000 To D N Williams 20 oo ToH L Tate 238 To WH Anderson Co 48 ilTo Mrs Georgia Rice 47 Totalt767 94 SSRockcastle The affiants B S Davao and Jonas McKenzie state that they have carefully examined t Sheriffs Settlement Book and Rockcastledthe above named claims embrace- in the sheriffs settlement with tl claims allowed by and for the la year of Judge Williams administration and they found by examine ing the Claim Order Book that each of said claims had been allowed a ter the expiration of Judge Wi- Hams term of office and after thee present county officials had goner into office that the above claims amounting to 1767 94 are a part of the claims that go to make u the amount of 742210 f and claimed to have been allow d by the Williams administration as appears from the records in ti Rockcastle County Court Clerk office B S Davault Jon a McKenzi- ed Subscribed and sworn to before me by B S Davault and Jonas Mc Keuzie this Nov i 1905 J F Griffin- n C R C C In order to make the record fair and as it should be the claims amounting to 1767 94 should be deducted from settlement charged totbt Williams administration which would show 7422 10 less 1767 94 or 565 + 6 Thisshon S the true amount of claims allow for the last year of the WIlliams administration and that too for n period of fourteen months Now if we add the 176794 the amour of storms allowed by this admitiis tration to the amount as shown by the settlement for the first year of the present administration we shave 587083 plus 176794 or 763877 which shows the trued amount of claims allowed for the first year of the present administra tion instead of 5870 83 as stated by Mr Bethurum and concurred in Iby Judge Lewis So you coin see that instead of the amount of claims allowed bv these gentlemen for their first year being 1551 27 less than the amount of claims offor the last year of the Williams a ministration ihat it is more by the sum of 198461 This is a tru statement as appears on the recon made by them Any citizen cap go to the clerks office and exauS ine Sheriffs Settlement Book be ginning at page 141 and find the items there recorded and he ca go to Claim Order Book beginnin- on page 221 and he will find the orders made by this administration k 7ing the claims aggregating 04 the claims that wer the 7422locharged to the last year of the Ministration when they n added to the 5 kled to the first kthe present ad ask again i etburura Lewis Wil TIter state that they have reduce ed the rate of taxation 5 cents the iOO that the county is out n diebt and has a surplus of 238796 ihd this they say is shown not withstanding the fact that theyCI nave cxjiiulcd on tlic county ma by ui 1902 iS3iJ2iin 1903 lThetie present year and then only b i cents on the 100 as shown b lie records made by them 1 ha1Iot gone over the road claims Admitting that their statement b true the money was levied for that so purpose and under the law could not have been used for any other AM tax payers know there is levied to U cents on each too each year 2 3fnamed tor that purpose and it should have been so used As to the county being out of debt that is a mistake Since Mr Bethurums article appeared a number of geu flemen have told me that they are holding and1iave been holding for unpaiddi I certainly ought to hae money enough to paf its debts and they a should be paftl They claim the county now hp a surplus of 2 97n6 Hove did they acenain that fact Tjieir last settlement was made last April and it showed a surplus then 5of less than 1000 settlementofs e ment next April and it will then be ascertained whether the county 11has a suplus or fa deficit The amount they may now tfjive In the bank does not prone anything It takes a settlement to show the true condition Many men have Imo ev in narks even large amounts but are they out of debt IEahe thegThey sty a great deal has t abo0omanner now brated Iranchise back tax wascol lected off of the Louisville Nas anon5zfeezgsays is a complete refutation of t false and slanderous stories circulated bv his enemies If what has been said about him in this matter denyIi nheattornlezy id thdat as mpaniesstposing or constituting a Board of Valuation and Assessment Rock castle county was not a party to it itIof the State appeared in Frankfort Ky in the year 1900 before the Board of Valuation and Assessment audI asked that Board to certify to the taxidig se values of the corporations in the counties and taxing districts where corporatioshe Board sustained that motion the corporations appealed lothfe courts The question was tried out in the Franklin circuit court end that court sustained and upheld theI Board the case was then appeal by the corporations to the Court of Appeals and there tried argued and submitted on the 13th div December 1901 with ten dot leave to file briefs ThU wis as far as any attorney on earth could with the case till the judgment of the court was tendered This ed as in December 1901 and before Mr Bethurum became County Attor ney The judgment of the sou was renered on the loth day of June 1902 But on the ist day of April rcjo2 an order was issued by your Fiscal Court by which 50 per cent as attorneys fees of the sum of all railroad franchise taxes collected for and received by the county of Rockcastle for the years 1896 to 1901 inclusive was to be paid The order directed the attorneys to take such legal steps as they might deem proper in the case THEN PKNDING in the Court of Appeals jUnitedcarried to the latter court to hive hadrailroad companies for county tax todment rendered June 10 1902 was thinkIinganything in thatcase offal his em AprilRJune 1902 the dav the final ment was rendered Could he have done anything had he tried Is willdLet us see if lawyer was n ed ed by Rockeastle county in this case Laurel county and other counties in the State through which a railroad ran was entitled to ands got the franchise tax the same as Rockcastle In Laurel county the County Court employed Coun ty Attorney Mr James Sparks in this case for a fee equal to 25 per recoveredfcrel t In each county the tax ill to the Sheriff and the be attorneys But in the Commissioner t J1 t c appointed to settle viih the Sheri anyftornej vn the case The settlement which the Sheriff was refused fur that fee was confirmed the Connty Cunit an appeal was taken to the Laurel cunut and the decision of theCulln Court was there affimed and from that judgment the Sheriff ap ealed tb the Court of Appeals aud judgment of the Circnt Court vas affirmed The Court of Ap peals said in its judgment Sparks far as appear performed no set vices as the Railroad Company paid the money to the sheriff on de raandi1 Scoville vs Baugb c 7th Kentucky Law Reporter page 19 He was therefore entitled toC compensation The same is true of Rock castle county the mon ey wa5 paid direct bv the railroad to H L Tate Sheriff Mr Bethu rum like Mr Spark rendered a services and like Mr Sparks was entitled to no compensation Yet more than 2000 was paid by this county In the other franchise tax casein which Mr Betburum also goi fee the SKRVICES rendered h hin were like those rendered by him in the case shave discussed I would not refer to this case but for the fact that he says the fee in this latter case was 35 per cent of the amount collected after deductilm the Sheriffs commission of 4 percent Or 33 per cent of 1364 19 Let us See if that is correct At the last April term of the Fiscal Court the following order was e tered Rockcastle Fiscal Court Term April 22 1905 It is ordered by the Court that when g L Tate Sheriff of Rock appctrtioy foer year 1902 or Bethurnirerer pay u pehJ ntcent amount or as a fee in the litigation which r suited in said collection and the inhezens the said Treasurer will deposit anv funds he now has in his hands whfch mav hereafter come into hands and belonging to Roacst county in said Bank CnyRecorded iu Claim Order Book pave 31 Now will some school boy make the calculation and ste if 35 P cenlofi364 19 will make No He will find that it takes 3 percent of the full amount collect edabrn tr4zo to make that sum This fs but another mild manipula Lion of figures Again he saysI As a result of our success in this litigation th will each year hereafter re serve iii the way of franchise tax from the L N R R C nor than too and no part of this will go to attorneys As the result of our success What please will you tell us ns you do to achieve this success i am glad indeed that you are saris fiat and that no more of the peo pies money will go to attorneys A great cry has been made by the Court House Ring speake over the county abusing meJudg- ed Colyer oust other Republicans who are supporting the Independent ticket They call us bolters aud ofother hard names yet they haves been trying for months to get out candidate against G M Ballar- go the nominee for Superintendent Schools They sent one of char chief managers to Mr Wm Mc to try to get him to run for Sheriff against the nominee- rt They promised him Republican votes And they promised J M Craig boo Republican votes if he would run against Ballard It all depends on whose ox is gored o who it is that does the bolting as to whether they are good or bad mep In conclusion I want to say that I ain a Republican as everybody knows who knows me And lap peal not to Republicans only but to the good people of Rockcastlec0un ty regardless of their politics to oiq with me next Tuesday to de fearthe CourtHouse Ring the men who have not been true to the peons pie who have honored them J J COOK AMA7TIRGFHEALTH POWDER ANalRtIIV hIMs luSTI7IIA Cream fTartar wtNr frfremalUMrphpNatle cacti NtWwaK 3 JJ iPAPER IS 1Qg dH 1 WASHINGTON Sept 3IJThc conviction and fiuinR o lour mem Ii hers of the firm of SchwariaChild tingIdiscussion here among the return big politician liaiiC fur the 1ncsrdcnt aud the of Justice is JJClatmcnloll lover the country ithe general opinion is effectively scotched cessful precedent has been eSlabl irked in relate cases and iter it is alleged the Governments path will be comparatively easy in obtaining similar convictions if ture cases of the kindarise The general belief as to the result of the fining of the packers is optomistic1Jhecunent opinion holds that it will have an immediate and everlasting effect in curbing those large shippers who demand discrimination jn their favor from the railroads If the govern went is on the alert to inforce the law and the large shippers will be fined 25000 whenever they are discovered accepting rebate the icbate will scan become as defunct as the great auk And rapacious impressedyevery rea son to helieve that the government will not be satisfied by the payment of a fine for the second offense The belief grows that the decis Districtg s Court gJ have a great effect in modifying the demands ol those who are agitating for rate regulation Conservative opinion convicntion of the packers as an effective demonstration of the contention that existinglegislation is compe tent to deal with unjust rate dis crimination as supporting the view that there is plenty of law on governiment Those who oppose addi tional railroad legislation befog the Senate Committee on Insterstate Commerce at its special session last spring are pointing to the fact againeed are adequate and are saying hI told you so Consumption Q There is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts mulsion will come erpretty near curing it if there Milson goodhealth fJ From time immemorial thee doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient could note take it in its old form it did very little good henceI Icart takes j SCOTTSEMULSION longeno not easilydigested system as cod liver oil in the Emulsiond I K reason so fhelpful inionsumption where its use must be continuous f We will send you a sample free that this pirturc is the of libel the wnp ofrScott Bowne Chemists 409 PcarlStreet New York 1oesndti t11nilta l When for pure drugs youre on the the hunt Just step right in the yellow front And if I do the drugs you sell Theyll surely make you sound and well lidwhen your babies do get sick J ist boring them here and do be quick- I give them drugs that are so pure Thatin a short time theyll be well sure There are other things I have in storeIStationary paints and toilet soaps And now kind friends I wish to say The vellow front is here to stay ndiUrammeivoubuyyour pills Youllpxit be totherediwith doctors bills S C DAVIS 0ASTOR1AFait ntl and liren m KM Ys Hats Always s rkt Bears the qtaatveot k 0 01 =zo = II IaiIIA TIlOliOlKJlI investigation lias shown to 01111 ist tuners that we tore Headquarters forlbrI gains Thats ttlis our trade is lalgand i1cr lit aS1It will pay you to investigate cur prices and us your trade We pity you the highest prices your produce and you go away satisfied I I Special Bargains DresslGoods I A IiHIATia ig I i I r9B r5j I HATSHafsVATSr A I ==II AVE just fill line of HAT Pachuol anti invite the ladies of the county to ge me it call JmH sure I will please you 1JtB3r ht r L ISIOES 1 tfHAVE you examined our line r and Summert I 1 SHOESjIfj buying f JX ifYourst Phone GG ROBT GOXtPhone GG Q t Mt Vernon Ky W Jr r Sr lIwNotions r ser=ats r CLOTHINGI 1Wecnrrry a full line of Clothing that wills nit all 1101rIght YOUR BANKING No matter how small no inaittcr Innv large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it caiofnl attention This message tiplies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of ti100 or more when left with the bank and nut chucked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RicnARas Cashier J 11 ADAMS VicePres All POIISISH Asst Cash lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful or rich black Use KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNe FOR L Hats brown cONSUHPTION OLDS Price SOc 3100 Free Trial Barest and Quickest Cure for all THXQAX and LUNG TSOUB LEi or MONSY BACK TTr Fr pillatmild certain They cure constipation LopeDMsee BYEnms a TO CONSUMPTIVES The iinderMcnril laving been restored to forsevenisanxiouswhoJelireIta theywiltnJltbroatitisliuvaltcable drocriiblessing 9aar3tliIP i L II 6LLCiL QERsi =ft MT V RNO SiGNAL lrIT VERNoN K i N7 3 1905 uu Z9Cult up No 7q when tin t toeIIruta villi SilCSNAU 9l 4N n COJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p 24 north 3321111 23 south 124 p 21 South 1236 a rn TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58baKmerril at the vnn IMc r as RCMomlrbss mail matter P RR S 0 I R B MnlHns was in Knoxville Monday Mrs M PmniiiKon is very s riously 1Veuen Hughes was up from Stanford Sunday Mr J L Joplin is spending aj few days with relatives and friends Conn Brown came home Monday from Central University to regi terDr D McDonald was here lit isAtt Week in the interest of the Brown Memorial SchoolIMis5 Lillie Butuer was the guest of Mrs G M Ballard Saturday night and Sunday- A Mr Hollingsworth of Mid dlesboro was here Sunday to seeI one of our prettiest girls Rev James Walton who has been located at Limestone Tenn for several years has again recu- redto Kentucky We hear that the re is some prob ability of F Francisco the Best hotel man in the State coming to Mt Vernon to run a hotel T Wheeler went to Louisville stiSaturdaymill which he will in offoperation brRevJlias been called as pastor for the Baptist church for two Sunday- hIe will mace Mt Vernon Is humeiMr M Reynolds the mer chant prince ofBee Lick went to Louisville yesterday to buy good- V C Swinford and wife of Bro head were guest of Dr and Mrs V R BeckInterior Journal A W Stewart returned Wcdn day from Louisville where he the to visit his brother Judge I A Srewart of Florida who had come there to have an operation perform ed for fistula He stood the ope raeithtion first class and will soon be a to return to his home Mr J F Waters of Stanfordt tithatedleanalways ready to do a friend a kt deed cause to our rescue this tee and only by reason of his splendid services have we been able to any thing like supply the wants of our customerstDr J Harry Hendren was lie yesterday and told us that would leave Johnetta in about two weeks for t aight Creek fell coun ty the point where the Big Hill Coil Co expect to begin op2rations about January 1st The Dr is quite an acquisition to our coin and we regret very much to loset him Mr W F Ames who assisted in starting the hank nt this place was hertz yesterday the gutst of A B Furnish Mr Ames is now cash ier of a bank in Virginia and we are glad to know is making a success Wile his bank has only been in operation a little over three years frJy LOCAL 1 The Bank of Mt Vernon has de clared its usual ten per cent divi dead besides putting a nice li t sum to the surplus Albert Allen has purchased J J and H B Drew stock of good and villmove them to a store room which he will erect near his hOUleJThe Big Hill Coal Company has t finally decided to abandon their mines at Johnetta and go to Straight Creek Bell county It isitbeir intention to have every thing moved by January 1st even i the houses when the beautiful li- ttie mining camp of Johnetta will be entirely a thing of of the past 1ot N T lrJtJLSLZL IifGRSVlbUA dS IFOR SAIH OJt JixciiANQB Onejc secondhand coo rtoye burns wood orconl Will excnange for corn or produce TKJKPHONR EXCHANGE Service at Presbyterian choreliwill be resumed next Sunday Nov 5th Sundayschool at 9 a inJj Sertmon pastor RatldelIThere will be a series of meet tugs commencing Monday night inJ 0Ppr Hon WABDavis besides being number one aw maker is also the nner gardner of the town In tlas iilicetlere 131100 01 hlulI ion a pumpkin he raised weighs 76 pounds He also has the prize celery in fact the finest we have ever seen grow What are our people going to do about the sidewalks It does pleebe sufficiently interested in the wd fare and goodof the town to put down some kind of a walk in front of their property where there is un Walking in mud shot mouth ep six months out of the yeai is something not experienced in another town that we know of except Vernon Owing to the tact that a majority the people will have more puli tics than religion on the brave next Sunday it has been suggested that Rev Loos whom we announced last week to preach at the Christian church postpone his coming until some future date and he has been notified to that effect However should he come the ringing of th winbe sufficient noticePIGeneral Deputy Collector W T Short and Deputy U S Mar hal J C Mullins went to Jackson county last week and were success ful in two moonshine JnolMartinhere andI to this city where were placed in jail Their exam J anSt1ell d and jury Richmond Climax There was a meeting of the old soldiers of this county at the courthouse last Saturday Oct 28 to or bedLV Dodge cfxBerea who acted as mustering officer the pos WlSI organized officers elected and ini meetingut s on Sunday each month R M Johnson was elected PostI Commander and he hopes all the old veteransvvill come out and be them at their meetings This has indeed been a week trials and tribulations with the en re force in the SIGNAL office ye itor however the bluest of the dudayruns Stekbook of ballots was completed when the startling discovery was made that by the use of one single deuce whci is nt iu accord in je orethhematter was said but we are working right ahead and new bil lots will be ready in ample time LIYlXUSTOa Byrailway mail servic were guests at the Eight Gables thiweek Dr J S Cooper left for Louisville Sunday Mrs Cooper will remain here until some time in December Rev and Airs James Walton of Fountain City Tenn have return ed to Living ton and will make this their hotne for several mouths Mrs Mahala Carson returned home om Jellico Monday Mrs U S lmore and children have returned from an extended visit with relatives at CampbellsvilleMrsJr- owning H B and children are visiting Mrs Kate MaGee at Crab Orchards heAirs E Elmore will have the Fall opening of hats etc Satt try Fverybodythe cor Magee is visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Will Wardentertained twit dining Tuesday The guests were and Mrs Samuel Ward Mrs G M Ballard Mr and Mrs H Dr Magee Mrs Charles Wright of Parksville was the guest of her sou W W Wright and family on Sunday and MondayMrs Thorn as Daniels of Lebanon Junction is the guest of Mrs J E Woodall Mrs Jerome Adams and son Cas per spent parlor the week iu Lan J t y sKbeJ John D Pope was in Cor M ndaMrand Mrs job Walton have erected a hllndso monument over the grave of the little daughter Ruby Clark Wai ton Mis Jiiincs Parsons and chi 1al of Wildic have been guest s of the McGnire scud Walton fami lickGeorge and Joe Childress IfI guests of their broth rIrJ Chi1dre s1IissFann- ie LelforJ of Val Icy View is vis iting her mother Mrs Henry Re HoldsDr Childress was called Creek MondaV by the death of his sister Mrs James McHargue consumption Mr and Mrs L 11 Westerfield returned froth Stan OwenslofSusan MullinsSAES After an absence of a few weeks I will come again I may not have anything vrrw interesting to write but as I write for the pleasure the writing aff rds me and not ally lieattirederive from what is written matters little what I aBnSrfrth filled his regular appoint went at Freedom Saturday ardi Sui day We 11 Owens visited J N Brown Sunday afternoooTbe writer spent Sunday night at Lei el Green The closing exercises of Freedom Sunday School though abort were enjoyed by alitBillo- wnBr will soon move to Hazel Patch where he and V H Gentry have purchased aaw mill andwilI andrt for the past six weeks have locate at Br dhead From one volunteer pumpkin plant transplanted in a J fe tile spot W H Gentry has ThIle 3 n and weighing sixty three pounds We will probably soon have a new post office at W H Owens store The members of Providence church have purchas ed probably the largest church bell in the county This bell measures forty two inches in diameter weighs 720 pounds and can be heard three miles Mr and Mrs M Dowell of Hopedale Ill ar visting relatives here Mrs Dow has not visited her native home befotein twentyone jears Sam Sayers has the boys saddle of the neighborhood Candidate Why they are as thick as hops I have come so accustomed to them when I meet a stranger I do wait for him to tellme that he a candidate but tell him I am for him as humidly as possible and store onPerhaps I will come more regular hereafter andwelll- ri1 off e LEVEL GEEN ftVe have no sickness to report this week Level Green is soon to be blessed with a handle factory conducted by a Mr Wheeler who the same kind of a mill in Mt Vernon The factory will he seated on Jarvis J Browns hind where theres a very large amount of hickory timber We congratulate Mr Sroiva on securing the seatnt nly in his own interest but for at of the community The cam paign seems to be warming up to a white heat in this locality betwe the candidates for countyoffice s The Independent ticket seems to he very much on topJ rowns condition seems to be proving slowly Albert Hem i n ort Wednesday wih J N Brown and made lonesome hours pass with pleasure for a nick mmWade Brown purchased 20 barrels ofticorn from Henrv Catron at 2 There is a series of meetings going on at Mt Pleasant conducted by Rev Wesley Colyer of Pu- iaskiCRed Mullins pur bus ling trader is now in the foul business genIialprices for every thing the farmers have to sell Henry Catron has his farm to some Harlan county party for the sum of 5000 T farm is in extra condition and under good cultivation We are su the purchaser will never regret the gohupBill Brown Jr is visiting relatives at Science Hill L W Bethnrum candidate for coon t judge spoke at Poplardi school house Tuesday eve in interest of his campaignDrPr can be seen ttow8da sin his sh sleeves gathering jcoru Wade Brown sold a combined saddle and harness horse to J Thomas Cherry of Brodbead for 125 t J IItTithas been visiting his parents sever mouths has ictuincd Jo Kansas where he will resume work Green Proctor of Quail is still confined i to his bed and is very feeble with a complication oCdlseasesThe wife of A J McMulliii isstill very low killedhttoatlLiingstonno eye witnesses and Mitchell who is now in jiil waiting his trial has made no statement DENTAL IWe understand that certain par are circulating the report that W J Sparks went to J M Craig and tried to induce him to make the race for Superintendent ol Schools and the said Sparks as an inducement stated to Craig tint if would make the race tee would Thiste never gave to Mr Sparks or any One any any thority to make sucha promise to Craig as we have always been and are now for the straight Republ IIIIReL W BimruRUM I confirm the truth of the above statements I never had a conver satioii with any of the candidates iu regard to this matter of Craig race for County Superintendent W J SPARKS Craigd s to get him to make the race for Superintendent Jof Schools Thl is not true and Mr Craig Lnow that it is not Craig and Mr W Sparks came to my house and submitted the matter to me and refused to encourage them and told Mr Craig that Ballard will defeat him by more than 800 votes giveCraiggot on my horse and went to set my friends and did all I could t stop him from making the race talked with my brother W G Nicole and with Judge Lewis LI W andB J Bethurum and tl e did what they could to keep off the track and we all agreed t discourage the giving of Mr Bal stalemenenot not to tht above is untrue Further I went to Craig and tried to teep him from going to Frankfort to take the examination but he would not listen to me Very truly H T J NICEIEY The above stateriient of Mr Nfceley conforms ldvthe facts as o what was said by him in tin pe ence of Mr Crag and myself As neaily as I recollect Mr Niceley would not his or to toCraigW J SPARKS I understand that Mr J Crai is telling the people andis publishing a letter in the Signal this week to the egect that I made an effort to get him to oppose the regulI nominee for Superintendent of Schools in this county f and thai I agreed to give to him the support and influence of others if he would make the race I desire to deoIthis statement in every particular He mentioned that matter to me and I told him that be could not win and discouraged him I can not see why Mr Craig would tee called upon to make such an incor sect statement unless it be ou account of the fact that he is ex pectjug to be made a deputy clerk in case Mr Scott is elected B BETHURUM enANS UNREASONABLENESS Is often as great as womans LeavenNworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doc ors to operate on his wife for male trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bit My wife was then so sick could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her house MttDrug Cos drugstore Price 50 Ajers sayingheyou your gray hair makes you look repod yet you are not Postpone this looking oldi ilaiigorUse Ayers Hair Vigor and allvedark color of satisfiedinaht611ftEoJV4NI roAR uerLaame v sier bottle it c 4driiggliti forTnwlt jUiij Dark Hair qI 1rt 0 J BARGAINS at Krueger c Sons WE have 300 Suits that will sell at less than cost We can fit a boy from 3 to 20 andmen from 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 30 days So come nov dont put it off any longer We are doing this in goodsSHOES when we cant make a sale sellingDaisybushel We also keep in stockanyjsize of win dow glass wanted l Highest Market Prices paid 7 for P Country Produce Czar Nicholas has signed a manij fitto doing away with absolutism and granting freedom of speech conscience union and association The State Douma is given absolute controlof all laws The right of s iffrage is largely extended and Count Witte will at once form a Cabinet to carry out the plan of liberty in Russia MOTHERSConsumption runs in our fami ly and through it I lost my moth er writes E B Reidof Har mony Me For the past five years however on the slightes sign of cough or cold I have taken conynSlmptlon which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss to Mr Reid but he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cute it Quickest relief 1end cure for coughs and colds Price sec and5uo guaranteed at Mt Gernon Drug Gos drug store Trial bottle free soo IAWAY n forSubscribers Wedkly Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants share the profits of this prosper ous year with its subscribers It Christgal1IThereotoo and 20 and sixteen- presenfsof 30 andzo to he given IndianaTenuesee p ThelanCourierJournal Company Louis WeeklyCouricrJolrnal It will he sent free I W 11111111111ii11111111111111111111111 1111411111111111111111111111 r ft Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER 3AND rr- E FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky r E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no 2 EmbalmingEdone =M g ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3= Phone No 63 37tit11uiullllauliilillLLLu11f llll if UUllUlUlUll111l1111UlUlU The YELLOW Fron THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions tCliildrejVs Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatment ProprPUONE GRANV 3fc LLE OWENS iI UNDERTAKE Rf f Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE X I XX Q IAll MAKERS IIWITH WOMANSold THB OITML CHARACTER by F Krueger Sons MT V1mNON Jfi UCKY PRICE 8t1U To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative bromo Quinine Tablets SeVei oak aes soW fa past 12 wraths This Signature ISWiELL c8 fa cL1 IIk OR z25c vtry J i ofJRealWe can always save you money f jfMts j t A 1J KIDNEY DISEASES When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properlyby not straining t the poison ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them the poisons are carried by the circulation to every part of the body deranging the different organs This causes heart trouble stomach trouble sluggish liver and a host of other ills all due to deranged Kidneys correctsirreEUlarities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases int every form tones up the CURED SF MIIHrS DISEASE lurk Elnor garatog to have an Ifoiv 11rIsCI gsrgy wDlfrr what magnificent FOLEYS CURE sftcrbavingtrldotheradYertied medicine and several physician Before began it I had to up from to timca night to relieve my bladder I was alt bloated up I with dropsy and By eyesight waa ao Impaired that could scarcely see one of my family craw tb room la used ttiiadJ up hope of living when w urged d tottryroE KIDNBV ocent bottle worked dsr I sod beEnol had taken ho third bottle the uperfluous flesh had lone az well as aU other aymptoma of Kidney trouble My friends were surprised that I was cured as they all thought waa few days some one comes from miles away to the nun of ho w0I11rfull11ecbcin that euredmeof Brights Disease and not one that kM tried It U tailed te be bentStted i Two Sizes 50 C nts and 100 I SOLD liD RECOMMENDED IY MT VERNCN CO ABSOLUTISM ENDS Emperor Nicholas Issues a Maui festo Appointing Count Witte as Minister President PEOPLE GRANTED CIVIL LIBERTY It Ii Bated Inviolability of Person Freedom of Conscience Speech lluion and Association The Czar in Hi Manifesto Show Complete Abdication of Autocratic Powsr and Sows To the Will Tofthe Populace St Petersburg Oct 31 Emperor c Nicholas issued an imperial manifesto announcing the appointment of Count i Witte as minister president of Russia and granting civic liberties to the peo ple The following is the text of the Imperial manifesto We Nicholas the Second by the grate of God emperor and autocrat of all the Russias grand duke of Finland etc declare to all our faithful sub jects that the troubles and agitation ta our napHatf and in numerous other places fill our heart with excessive pUn ad sorrow The happiness of the Russian sovereign is indissolubly bound up with the happiness of our people and the sorrow of our people la the sorrow of the sovereign From the present disorders may arise great national disruption They menace the integrity and unity of our empire The supreme duty imposed upon ua by our sovereign office requires us to efface ourselves to use all the force and reason at our command to hasten In securing the unity and coordination governmentmeasures for pacification in all cir des of public life which are essential ts the well being of our people We therefore direct our govern ment to carry out our Inflexible will IB the following manner First To extend to the population tile immutable foundations of civic liberty based on the real Inviolability of person freedom of conscience speech union and association Second Without suspending the- already orderod elections to the state douma to invite to participation in the douma so far as the limited time before the convocation of the jJouma will permit those classes of the pop ulation now completely deprived of electoral rights leaving the ultimate development of the principle of the electoral right in general to the newly established legislative order of things Third To establish as an un changeable rule that no law shall be eaforclblo without the approval at the state douma and that It shall be pos atble for Ujfteiectedor the people to xcrcise rifal paiiibipatlbn in the su pervislbn of the legality of the acts of the authorfli appoInted bYuB r We appeal t9 all faithful sons of RussIaJtolTeniember their duty toward the fatberlahdto aid In terminating these unprecedented troubles and to apply their forces in cooperation with us to the restoration of calm and peace upon our natal souL Given at Peterhof October 30 In the eleventh year of our reign NICHOLAS Count Witte Inscribed a note to the emperor which Is to be taken for a guide In Ithe says Your majesty has deigned to indi cate to me directions for a government IB consideration of the actual state of Russia The problem ensuing consists In Ute establishment of legislative forms t seeming to guarantee the benefits of civil political and economical liberty These benefits Jdbe extended to the masses of the people under the re serves safeguarding the laws in all civilized countries I It must bo realized then that these objects can pot be maintained Imme diately as no government could sod dsnly prepare 135060000 men with a vast administration for new liberties- Vlt Ir- E la therefore necessary to have the o powers of a homogeneous government t lialted In its alms taking care to put J ia practice the stimulating principles of liberty and to display sincerity and sprigbtesi la Its intentions The goTernaent should abstain from any laterference with elections tetbe douma and keep in view my sincere desire for the realization of the ukase of December 25 1904 It ust jaalataia the prestige of the deuma jig have confidence in ltslsbore aad Ja no way resist Its decis ion so lois as they are not Jncon T i elsteiit wan Russias Historic great nessIt is necessary to respect the ideals of the great majority of society and not the echoes of noisy groups andI factions too often unstable It Is peclally important to secure the reform of the council of the empire on an electoral principle- simple perusal of the manifesto shows how complete is the emperors abdication of his autocratic power The of the document is verItosebetrays real authorship but shows that the emperor at last has irrevocably bowed to the Inevitable The title of Autocrat of all the Russlas is now only a name Cadets To Wrestle West Point N Yf Oct 31Tom Jenkins champion wrestler of Amer ice has been appointed wrestling in structor for the cadets here Presi dent Roosevelt named him TO THE VOTERS OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY AZTEC NEW MExico Oct 12 1905 I understand that a report has been circulated by mv opponent and others that my health is failing and that I will not get well I wish to say that my health is im proving rapidly and that I will soon be well I hope my friends will not be misled by false state ments of irresponsible persons who to not know my condition I have been stricken with ill lealth for more than a year am imong strangers and pennilessI herefore am unable to onal canvass If elected and I am sure I will be I will serve as Jailer the next four years I appeal to my friends irrespect ive of party affiliation to rally to my support and help me to win the office and God will reward you all in the great beyond 10 20 Respectfully L L JARRETT fOm5KIDnYC1JDMakM KUMys awl Bladder Right TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity fpr the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays ol each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop yer privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally coQducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays 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 Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky DONT BORROW TROUBLE It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble Vhen sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dys pepsia billiousness Brights dis ease and similar internal disorders 0ier011r1svmptoms sure and permanent forgetfulness- of all your troubles and your body loadofldebtDrug Gos store Price Soc Guar anteed I01tIIODt TAJ z r tu i a CAUSEONETHIRDOFTHE FOLEYMIDNEYCURE whole system and the diseases that have resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear because the cause has been removed Commence taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at the first sign of danger Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes DRUG 38 Dollarstnu TO California AND THE NOR HWEST =FROM LOUISVILLE VIA THE Henderson Routewuuu nnnoooooo sCORRESPONDING Low rates to Vashington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points jer rickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 aEp Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates I6rIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsoverthe HENDER SON IIOUTE between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the Vest and Southwest L J Agi- LouisviLLE KY TOGO TO ROJHY It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested and be does it right Vlien they need changing he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectales when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run jun sotf TOGO HOURSIBy the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections tbe shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis ElegantDiningMexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates Nowisee nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T PA Iron Mountain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky TEXAS changeIwpur ou pay an nually in rent in the North East Texas offers opportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in any other section of our country Write for literature and Homeseek ers rates Sept 19Oct3and 17 NOV 7 and 2 L 0 SCHAEFER T PA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O l J l Jdi ROCKCASTLE Real Estate CoI 3IT VERNON KV 0 FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms inlhe county and will be sold at a bargain the owner beinfjunable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good weljs and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 9 Consisting of 105 cre near Conway 100 acres bottom- land 36 acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price 8U00 well worth 100000 PAd No 3A farm of 185 acres loctte4near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing sprfng and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable locatin and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm butnobuildings 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 residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 580 acres of land between Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheAp FARM No 6100 acre tract Smiles west of Mt Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres cultivation balance timber good tworstory residence barn and al1 necessafry outbuildings Large orch 600Idence good residence all udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty timtx r to run farm and well watered In one countyPriceFARM NO j214 acres nea Freedom church splendid rcsidece and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain Theyoseph Price I and Pelvic surgery General Surgery eases of Eye Nose Throat Ear CheL and Rectal Diseases Diseases of Nervous System Skin and Gastro Intestinal track This Insti tution is prepared to administer Mat sage Hot Air Vapor Baths Hjdro pathyFaradic Galvanic and St tic Electricity Make XUay Examinations No contagious dicases ad ALL PHYSICANS INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HERE FOIl TUEATMENT Southern Arkansas Infirmary KYI promplyjn Lands Timbered rolling perfect drain age no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cow pea and believed to be the omin c1erald alfalfa country porou clay soil and clay subsoil cheap est lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Wiite for Southern Arkansas booklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 2t L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O MOORE OFFUTTS 2nd LOT SALE CORBIN Ky NOV 1 1905 AT trEOCLOCK A GOOD LQ Jreei TO THE PUBLIC These lotare dosirably located on BarbqpnUeand Hamliu Sireets A FIVB BOOM HOUSE ON CORNER LOT 98x125 ft WITH GOOD WELL Easy Payments HQ0RE JrOFFUTT Agents l a J BKODHEAD Miss Myrtle 0 Banon of Stan Frkb1Georgecollege Af s in town Su dayljssI- Crrk Frith of Gum Sulpir IS in town visiting Saturday an Sun tltMr fluId Mrs L U were visiting hnrnftlics HiltonI Mi sKici Paktr with Mr B thumrn was iri town Suturdiiv night John Nevius jUa here Surday A good lime was had at the party given at Miss Sallie Dickers us Saturday nigbt Mrs Maggie Martin was Ill Stanford shopping Saturday Gallen Rodgers has moved in the Frih1oteLF Francisco has moved to his home on Main StreetThe party given by Jewel Frat co Monday eve wasenjoyedba large number if- guetsFred Dnrhara left Satur day night for Habersham Tetin although thii Sons of Ret very seriously olj ced H Benton was in Livingsion thu weekD liejarrett left Tuesday for Azc e New Mexico where she will accent a position teaching R G Wir hams will speak here Saturday night Nov 4 Everery body mvi- iedRev Livingston filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Sunoay Mips Maggie Owsley left Monday for Stanford Miss Lula Haggrd and Amos Smithwere in Mt Vernon Sundiy Miss Florence Tanner ofMcKin ney is visiting Mr and Mrs W K Shtigars Miss Clyde Wilmott and Henry Anderson were in Mt Vernon SundayC C Cable and Edgar Dunn were in Danvill- eTuesdavM G Dwell was at Quail Saturday W C Swinford and wife were visiting in Stanford last week =W A Tyree of Cor bin is with homefolks Uncle Billy Lunce was in Mt Vernon Monday on busine sClarence andwife are in SomersettJohn Evans has returned home alter an extend d sit to the mountains Miss Same Purcell is visiting in Lancaster and IDanvilleP F Cable the old Reliable will soon beeady 1 business in oild Albright Hull Mrs L C Smith is in Crab Orc ard this weekC C Hurt was at Woodstock Salnrday on business I THNK THE LORD cried Hannah Pant of Liitle Rok Arkuior the relif I got from Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured ray fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and frcm which I had 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MONDAY noon till Tuesday noonTo IN Take LAXATINE QUI NINE Tablets All druggists the money it fails cure E W Groves signature is each box 25cts T0 arBears theThi Bogit Siguturefitsl TO DELICATE WOMEN f You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free pain until you build up your bloodmakingtonic Yine4riIuiIt Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetableIngredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstruation dragging down pains etc It is a building strengthmaking medicine for the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try it Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE LETTER freely frankly strictest encetelling all symptoms and troubles will free advice In envelope to cure Address Ladies Advisory The Chattanooga Medidne Chattanooga f Wil So Vernon residence PUONE Will be every BKOMO refund if to on CAS from women YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Ars F Jones of Gallatiri Tenn For since taking Cardui have gained 35 Ibs and am in better health myhusbandweight 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