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Published Every Friday j i J 1 H Ii1 l5 = 1uuntetumi i igUi1I c VOLUME XIX MT VJERNON ROOKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1905 i MBER7 ar JtI r ic7 1f 5fj1V r iJ lufJ1 rl 8uli rli rt nnnn EdtrJ Eje ic i4 i ii I4 l a1lrl1r nJii rv itEbII ll l tw r 1 r 1 a fi n I b r1i fD And Sell It For Less WHY no Fl U1 1 E Ir I III e S I r ofPeoD e EtrBuy allTheir Goods Here I LOWER PRICES for Same Goods thats wl y rB i p o a t11111t11IC Cur l tCt j Mattins nml Utige1sf 1 tRoitsilrn RubberAan Xllj Slioos = every KiwI and Size for Everybody Mens Youths nnd Children lInt Best Line of flv roonts in Uoekcastle jMens Youths and Chilcb ens Suits jhoeIii20lunds Granulated Sugar One Dollar r tIlFurnishings Toadies Misses Jackets Cloaks and Wraps Ladies Fascinators and Underwear i= Jrg1L rN crY S- tlit1- 7rdt u e find Qneen Blank Books Stoneware und Stationery S 5 B A IIG A I NS = J ri11i14ri Stylisli Diess Solid COMFORT In aww w SHOE5Is what you will have if you hue a pair of tho uliLriiou L nut IJ vo t huc Jaey uit eombin4Fitbt Best Shoes You Ever Saw In 2fO 3 and S350 This shoo stands for all that is best in the making of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves in all the different leathers styles and widths Jf you want to get the worth of your money and opportunityWo sell everything but if There is one line anityitis lJfoC I a ft Ei tJ 4i2 rr 2S Lr Kentucky State News Items ITHEY ENGAGED INA DUEL The Father and Son May Die From the Wcunds They Received Burkesvllle Ky Nov 13PeaR- idge in the southern part of this beImer was perhaps fatally wounded Numerous quarrels have taken place during the past two weeks between Lewis Scott aged 55 and his son Al Ileaaged 25 The dispute grew very wrath of bath father and son being stirred to the highest tension The father drew his pistol and fired away at his son The latter grabbed a doublebarreled shotgun standing In the corner of the room and shot hs father Inflicting a wound that physi clans say may end fatally The wound ed man has several children and gran chldren Young Scott surrendered to the officers TO SING BAREHEADED Pretty Hats of the Choir Will Ho Lon ger Attract Attention Lexington Ky Nov 13To prevent the minds of the t mae members from being distracted from the sermon by millinery worn by the women members of the choir the Central Christian church of this city has requested them to sins beheaded The SundayIIcalculated to engross the minds of women In the congregation The fe maW choristers were all dressed In white to make themselves sllll more inconspicuous THROWN FROM A HORSE The Man Was Riding To the Scene of His Wifes Runaway Accident Owlngsville Ky Nov 13 r At Sharpsburjr this county while Mrs T J Allen Mrs S Sharp and her small son Bruce were driving the horse ran away overturning the vehicle and throwing the occupants out Mrs Al len was terribly bruised and Injured Internally Mrs Sharp was badly bruised as was the chld Mrs Sharp husband learned of the accident ant mounted a horse to ride to the scene but was thrown and seriously hurt The First in 12 Years HopVinKviHe Ky Nov 13Thcounty botord of electron commission ers composed of two republicans anil one democrat finally agreed to let th vote sand as already counted there by ele tjnL three democrats to impor tant county offices the first democrat elected here In 12 years Allen County Vote Scottsville Ky Nov 13The tot lowing are the majorities given by th official count to the republican uonii noes in Allen county H II Griffith 59 W Varian 30 L L Dlxin 53 J H Giftim 173 W H Justice 36 T J Freeman 83 J P Harlan 93 W Pillow 10- EGreenups Official Vote Greenup Ky Nov l1The elec tion commissioners concluded their work The official figures are Com moaweallhs attorney Hennessey i Wads worth 424 senator Wat ten 1107 Fannin 140G representa tive Cole 1283 Hannah 1286 Ben nett Wounded in a Saloon Brawl Lexington Ky NoV 13 Lawrence Forston well known in sporting cir des was shot and dangerously wound ed in a saloon brawl on Dewees street an early hour ash Jack Collins is in jai1 charged with the shooting The- mEn quarreled over a trivial matter A Record Automobile Run Lexington Ky Nov 13v T luir made a recordbreaking rust rays In hs automobile oa a wage- with Turfman Bub May the distance from the Fayette county courthouse to the Bourbon temple of justice 20 miles being covered fn 29 minutes Will Not Contest Election Lrilnrcn Ky Nov ILThe elec tion of S S Tauble as county jut polioiMoney For Russian Jew Louisville Ky NQv 13A trifle less than 40M was raised at a meet Ing hed at Temple Adaht Israel on behalfof the Russian Jews The com mittee having the matter In charge hope to swell the total to 25000 during the coming week Skilled Laborers Union Newport Ky Nov 13r1ho New port Union of Skilled Laborers wa organized In this city The union will include all the skilled laborers In the city that belong to unions and those who are union men who have no local council Football Game at Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 13In a football game between the high school team and the high school team of tropolIs IlL the score resulted 0 to rt was one of the best games ever played in this section of the country Womans Sudden Death Oovington Ky Nov 13Coroner rarvTn after InYestlgatinc the sudde- death of Mrs Siaggenberg who was found unconscious beside a cow which she had been milking returned a ver hot that death was due to apoplexy HARPER WILL CONTEST By a Compromise Effected There Will CaseILexington Ky Nov Hfu a rom promise effected there will be no trial of the Frank B Harper will contest case The trial cf the actioaito break the will of the noted turfman was to have been commenced in Versailles By the compromise the win is sus tained the contestants abandoning their fight Harper was the owner of the famous Nantura stock farm oa which were bred Longfellow Ten brocclc rreal and other irclt rats horses He vas bnrhttor In his will he bequeathed iuost of his and embracing a thousand acres to sony of a niece dividing among other rela tives stocks and money They brought suit to break the via Qnenf the be quests was a farm o 225 acres to Lu cille Lane the little granddaughter of United States Sesat r J CfS Blackburn It was provided that Senator Blackburn should have a lifp interest UnderCLAIMEft BY DEATH IE Lewis the Oldest Mason in Ken Passes Away ItuckyCovington Ky Nov 14nD Lewis said to be the oddest Mason and Odd Fellow in the state of Kentucky JeJ at his late residence 522 Russell avenue of senlJity Levels was a fast ionablo tniors cutter and was widely known in Cincinnati and Kentucky He has been a member of the Fifth Street Cit Rst apt church for 58 yeas 55 years of which he w a deacon Lewis came to CovInbrton1a 1840 and last redded here over since and was burn in Jessamine county Kentucky 1819 his wife being Nancy Hull Lewis an aunt of Ltim Hull a former deputy county clerk lllsyfreat grand father was William Lewis k cousin of George Washington president of the United States They were born on the same day and on adjoining farms and both reeked in the same cradle PATTON GULLETT CAPTURED He Is a Member cf Frank falls Qan of Bell County Owingsvllle Ky Nov 14 Pattou Gulet member oi Frank Balls dos capstire Yiijlaia and brought to Ks ucky state lens at Cumberland Gar oMlers froin 1tddc boro took hm iri huge mull lodged hen nthe town JU le Is charged with Csbrfjllcity hi al eniptins to as iss5r afe R bert Bry a specal pntfcen I a Noven bar te was released front the iddebor ail November Alot Balls Sao tow at urge nun Kltnk Ball bime2 and James Stewa4 jitewart is alles ad to have fired at Charles Overton jf Cumberland Gap Sunday night s not believed that Frank Ball wil ever surrender though hs brother sajs he will i Violated Truancy taw Dayton Ky Nov 14 Benjamin JudgeMatertruancy law The testimony elicited he fact that an 11yearod son had been kept out of school since the open ing for no other reason than that the parents did not believe in education Dr James Holloway Louisville Ky Nov HDr James Montgomery Holoway who during the civil war was appointed by the sur goon general of the confederate states organize the hospital service in Richmond and who was one of the aiost prominent physicians of the south died here Died In California Covington Ky Nov 14Mrs H Ashton of 339 Greenup street receive a telegram from Monrovia Cal staring that her sister Mrs J W Single ton 67 who had gone California tc visit her son Singleton had died of heart trouble Marriedr14Thtf- riends of Capt B T Simmons of L Company will be much surprised learn of his marriage to Miss E tell 3unon who is a sistsrinlaw of cap G H B Smith and makes her Jionj with hfi family oThe Strike at Sturgis Sturgis Ky Nov4Unoa me locked out here owing to the strike ii dticed 30 of the nonunion men recent y erax rted here to re urn to St Lou Monday They clam Ilia mines ar oeiiig worked With a sna force To Make Track Faster Lexington Ky Nov14 Secretary Wilson has decide id plow th track of the Kentucky Trotting Hor t Breeders association and believes that this will make it next year the fastest harness horse track in America Systemspassed a resolution accepting the offer of the Citizens Telephone Co to install the Gamewell patrol system apparatusAttorney A L Reid Expires London Ky Nov HA L Reid a prominent lawyer died at his horns in West London aged about 7V years of paralysis He was stricken at Man chester about a week ago while thee en legal business The Salvation army has laid siege to onrthenJapan has a new periodical Tegaml Zasshl the aim of which is to teach the writing of iiuitsSilts PrirwU PMCMMBS W ilhterest Dull icents Mens and Boys Caps 10 to 50 Mens and Boys Hats 150 to 2 Reach i Mens Suitsz 50 to 11 i Mens Overcoats 44 to 5 a long 450 tO II Boys Suits coat vest and pants 2 to 6 per suit Boys Overcoats 9 to 19 years old gcod quality 275 to S4 each Boss Knee Pants Suits size 4 to 16 500 to 2 per suit Childrebs Shoes from up pair W IMens Overall to sameIprice 450Ladies 5Ladiesheavy weight to shoeSIoolpair Established That g 11FIVe1fOnebNails 825 w II tie a rea few prices telling how sellwe goods us a call and iAbOV lo afXfr X E ti6ti ITIZeNS BftNK w J OF BRODHEAD r M mmACCOUNTS OF r IIndividual Corporations Solicited m Give us your and guarantee a pleas mantand profitable a ity 3 per cent on all deposits 100 m mo more when left batik und not cheek of six monthsd9to J W HUTCHESON Casher 11Thxcc rn R= SAIBES J M Dowell and wife returned to their home in Ind Monday Mr Do father W H Dowell of near Quail accom panied them and will make his home with them in thev future Among those churchSt Brodbead from here Sunday were Miss Annie Owens George Brown us mother and Miss AII- zieEugtne Gentry went Mt1 Vernon Monday to enter schoolI Helen Sayers is in this week the ce iec of at the Baptist Cht rch W H Gentry was home from Ha zel Patch SundayWe will prob Mj have a series of meetins at Fretdom Brown is getting along nicely as teacher in our home schooLM G Dowell andand Walter Owens the whole sale poultry men of Brodhead were in this section first of week P F Cable theBrodhead photog rapher and wife were Saturday and Sunday and did quite a lot is reported that these is a heal in our neighborhood I can vouch for this but I do know I had the pleasure n of meeting some kind of animal the orther eight that I am not over anxous to meet again After ihad fired up on it it turned aside nnd walked off is deliberately as if I had not just been making a target of him Wa I scared Why certainly not bnt some how my hat would not stay on and my hair felt like it had not been combed for a week eC 17 ta q 45C to 450 i iLadies Vests good qual 5oc each Si 25Ladies Dress Skirts 2 to 4 Ladies and medium shoes for winter 95C i50 per pairi 275 per pair our let g L I Firms we of in ltI wells up r JJJ =QUAIL IDavid Elder on the sick list Mr W G Proctor is still improve Isaac Herrin is improve ing slowlyMrs Jacob Elder has SomersetIof Livingston is here visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs G W Parsons W A Owens went to Preachersville Sunday Mr and Mrs William Watson of Nina Gsrrard county have been MartinIVft1s s place Mat Adams is numbered among the sick Mr This Taylor says that he has the boss turnips some weigh ing 5J4 poudsachW T Tay lor is completing p nice house for G W Brown at Bandy KyMr Arch Taylor says that he will soon moveto his new home near Ottawa Wm Dowell left Monday with bis son J M Dowell for Illinois and there he will make his future home Mrs jane Logsdon is visiting in Lexington this week MANS UNREASONABLENESS Is often as great as womans But Thos S S Austin manager of the Republican Leaven worth Indants not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doc tors to operate on his wife for fe male trouble Instead JJhe savs we concluded to try Electric Bitters My was then so she could hardly leave her bed and tse c Bitters she was cured and can now perform all her household duties by Mt Cos Price 50 r i 1 1 1887 f c 4ieachBed Blankets 65C to 4 50 per +pair fThe best are all woolI JGoodGood Green Coffee I2j4c pound Granulated Sugar 6c pound Sheet Iron Heating Stoves forl wood 225 to 275 Stoves for coal to jjFourcap Good Sewing Machine 12 50 of Give us c KY m and business relation interest the upon fort period t Hopedale attending daughter to Miss attending meetings soonMiss o- fworkIt i Underwear iuglr of wife suck perfeetly Guaranteed Drug drugstore 0 uvusi1JflTit 1 X Vf Ar 4 ICO misunderstand with the R R Co the work on the spoke and shingle mill at this4place is shut down for a few days Bird hunters are plentiful All try to see who can tell the biggest tale after their days work U S Berry has been appointed school trustee to fill the unexpired time of J H Sigmon who resigned on ac t coun of bad healthMiss Mamie f Jones is preparing for a thanksgiv tiug entertainment at the school house for the benefit of her pupils Highest market prices paid for fus see D C Pullins who is In the market for such goods Some hogs hae been killed during the cold suapMrs D C Pullins says farming is hard work since sbe has been looking after the business since her Jhusband D C Pullins has been looking after the post office and other busines at Conway for the past eight weeksJ M isSfor thepublic generally A DISASTROUS CALAMITY It is adisastrou calamity when you lose your health because indi gestion and constipation have sap ped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills Tbey build up your digestive or gans and cure headtcbcdizziness colic constipation etc Guaran tied at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore 25 cents FOmsKImYQJREKMMys Mil MMr HM i 1 J t oS I k yf isMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY NOVEMIER c17 1C5 Published every Friday by KIGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOo Advrrtiiing rates made known 07i application There will be 10 Democrats in tie next Legislature and only 31 Republicans Of the Democrats Painter claims 81 conceding only t 39to BacVburn says an anti Blackburn exchange It is very easy to talk tint doing it is the thing HI ickliurn has been fight P ing the 1tIts of Democracy in Keittnokv iiio Jiing to he turned down just at the critical period of his lite for a man who has done no nitre for his party than Judge Pa titer Tieprolmgtd visit of the Ad miral Prince Louis of Batteiburg is over and if he tarries from our shores as pleasant au impression as he and his officers and crew hate left behind them the most cordial interest of the two great English speaking peoples Ins nut been weakened The American and English soldiers meet in a hun v dred ports and a common language F t produces closer fraternization than ij tries found with sailors of other coup LELAND STANFORD The Frst Man to Suffer Under the Tainted Money Argument Though the expression taint- edt money was not so common theu as now the same idea was conveyed by other words some years ago explained a railroad of Ill ficialand I dont think will er forget a conversation I once had with Gov Leland Stanford ofVA California a short time beforr he passed away He was considerably agitated over a paragraph that wasin a paper whichlie was reading while seated in his private car Turning to Mrs Stanford twhosat by his side he said Jenny listen to this as be read the paragraphwhich went on to say that a methodist conference in Iowa had passed a resolution in opposition to the endowment of 40000 00 to the Leland Stanfard Unite- city in California for the reason t that much of the moneycame from raising selling and racing race horses and the growing of grapes that were turned into wine and brandy Now that is pretty bad he said but the worst of it is to come Then he read the rest o it about as follows as well as I remember It is bad enough race horses but it is even worse race them under the name of the Palo Alto Stables in an effort t fool God as to who is carrying on the business Then addressin me he said 4I own raise se and race horse and I grow grape that are turned into wine and brandy as millions before me have clone I raised and raced the fast est filly that ever trotted Sunol queenrol r g a horse owner is a strict Presbyte juinacres of growing grapes This ranch Vina goes to the universi- and t it may do great deal toward supporting But for the life me I cant see where I have done anything wrong Others may honestly think otherwise They can have their own opiuions Time and time alone will tell who is right and I hope time will be my Only recently Iwet 1throU2h the Stanford University IB There are nearly I 3000 students there males and males the number constantly in creasing and I did not hear one of themregret being the beneficia of the endowment though some it did come from race horses an grapes that were turned into win and brandy HI ATT Miss Delora Boyd is ill at this writing Charlie Bowman of Mt Vernon was here Sunday toss ee cre of our prettiest young ladies Allen Hiatt and family and R Smith and family attended church at Rose Hill Sunday Jeff Holdt man one of our most substantial farmers was in Crab Orchard AaG F J Ee Officialvote Rockcastle county v Nov election 1905 f lJullgfcfKor IItur For ri FIFfir f Att t herifT1t1 1e iIrj Jtl r lRcpr 0RE INCT3 2 Krti 3 1I E Mt Vernon No IHsls3 178 95 178 89 199 i99 8l 113134ROllndstoneScaffold Cane No 497i 6b 94 63 89 84 76 97 102 8n 92 65 96 16Orhndo33Livingstonir012Browns 34 47 Brodhead 63TPowers 54 53 35 35 Total 13149101269942 345111253922112749zsII123134c Majorities 404 327 Joe Wilson for Surveyor received 1231 opposition Taylor for Coroner received 1223 votes no opposition For Magistrates and Constables First district composed of W Mt Vernon Roumlstune JuneRepWalnut Grove voting precincts Fur Magistrate Logan Arnold Rep received 312 and M Oliver Dent andBrodhead forConFor Magistrate George Robison Rep received 237 votes J1 Siaipioi In Rep 145 ram MiilHu Rep receive 230 votes for Constable no opposition Filth district composed Scaffold Cane and Powers voting ptecincts For Magistrate G V Ovens and Constable W AAngiiti each received 143 votes opposition For Constitutional amendment 276 Yes and 478 No McCiary was in Williamsburg Saturday and SundayA C Hiat was in Conway and Wildie Wednesday looking his business interests at these ptacesMrs Mattie Ne vieus of Stanford is the guest relatives hers this weekJ BI Chestnut who teaching Walnut Flat Lincoln county was at home SundilyH Jo es attended court Stanford Monday oflBrodhead business mattersA sale of the property of A K McCiary dec will beheld at his late residence tI1128thMralso Mr and Mrs M G Fislij spent Saturday until Tuesday PreachersvilleDr E J Brown Stan1fordtime huntingH B McClarvwas tortake the Royal Arch degree in M souryMr and Mrs J W Moore will move to Berea shortly to edu cate their childrenOn Tuesday night of last week some one set fire to four stacks of millet hay belong in A Hiatt It is tiltfHiatt away from the house to the fire and then enter the store But Mr Hiatt was equal to the occa sion and remained at the house anyoone made such an attempt they withllwere LIVINGSTON Dr W J Childress wascalled to Hazel Patch ThursdayJohn Ha gin of Ccrbin was here Weduet diyJrs Hary Jinkins of Leba non Junction is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B Hayestills Cora Adams was postmistress dur the absence of Miss Lida Cook Miss Lillie Woodall of Hazel Patch has been the gnest of Mrs weekbarsy parofneat QgailDr W Childress has been appointed surgeon forth LN R with headquarters this place You cant keep a good man down ES Elmore of Knoxville spent Saturday and Sun dry with his family here Morice Brown has returned front the wild West and is night operator SinksMisses Lida Cook and Georgia McEerron visited iu Lou is ville Friday and Saturday of last Hagan returned from afternoondeHe will return to Aztec about Dec 15 with his family and will make that his future homeMrs- J S Cooper entertained Thursday evening Nov 9 with candy pun ling in honor of the 2th birthday anniversary of her son Archie The young folks were entertained rLe fresnraents were served MrsI Mrscas1wel1 Guire Anna Griffin Nettie Price sr- t u i rO r r r I r 910r c itn 5 = u = a1 r n= J it s x c = r g 1 = ft E p c 11Ia cx 1I dac E 7 8 8 1207IOWI134991 4 no J C J an J nt n n is C at to C J g rson J R at ryweek110911 a r r Willie Edith Tubbs Ethel Hayes Alice Ward Cora Wright Anna Fishback Ben Fishback Frank Orndorff Harry Orndorff George Simhrook Eirl Rice and others 1too numerous to lmention111 and tilts J C Hooker of La Ft left have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Orndorff Mr and Mrs W T Merrimee aud child rtn left the fits of the week for the r heI DR W CHILDRESS who has been nppoined L N Surgeon at Livingston to succeed Dr J S Coopr resigned Thi iiln important fosition viellbc smved RETURNS JUST IN FROM HOGWOLLOW ELECTION One of the most enthusiastic po litical fights ever waked has just closed at Hugwallow The contest was between the deputy constable and assistant coroner for these re spective offices and before the polls closed the air was filled with dan gerous and bloodcurdling rumor of dastardly political thievery that had been perpetrated However dosle es were certain of being reelected and this confidence was verified when the votes jverecounted out In the five precincts the voting stood as follows AT BAT SMITHS MOONSHINE STIU Deputy constable 6 votes He would of got ten here but the sup ply of ballots were exhausted Assistant coroner 7 votes Th other three voters in that precinct voted independent not voting ior anyone iu particularG- ANDKR CREEK PRECINCT t asIin the morning Fit Smith has the box and is going to use it as a dinner bucket UOGWAUlCNV PO PRECINCT Assistant coroner 3 votes The deputy coroner 3 votes It is believed that they are the same three that the assistant coroner got RYE STAW PRECINCT Assistant coroner 5 votes Deputy constable 4 votes This precinct will becontestedasa dawg fight interfered With the pro cedings before tie polls closedrand it is believed several voters became excited and got intimidated DOG HILL PRECINCT The deputy constable got all ai votes her Eleven votes were castel Several fear that frauJ was perpe 1 4 trated here as there are only fOUl voters in this precinct Poke Ease ley voted twice casting an extia ballot for his brother who is in t peniteitiary for stealing a cow LAND STOCK ANn CROP C H Robertson of Blackstone Va bought one car load of horses in this vicinity since court da paying X95 to 13750 for them Flemingsburg TimesDemocrat N H Rankin shipped 40 mules colts to York Pa tojPennyhanian costing 30 to 15 per head Carlisle Advocate Mr Vr cC6vington sold to j1 att1elatt Nolandatl 425 icbn011dClimax The Bourbon News reports trade brisk there MoidaVv court da1Y Among the sales were the follow ying15 eachi8i yearling steers ot 376 cents 59 steers 950 pounds at 35cents 56 gOOIpoundspounds at 3 to 4 cents 29 Harnp 28sfat hogs at 32 cents The Georegetown Times notes the following prices obtained at the recent sale ofThos Burgess 208 twoyearold steers weight about 975 pounds sold for an average of 345 per cwt the 350 pound cattle soldat from 315 to 322 yearlings B3 50 per cwt 37 muleI colts medium 6550 ptr small mule colts 3575 9 small yearling mules 6250 27 good II medium yearling mules 945 olyearlingand twoyearold colts 60 65 70 9256 and 125 mares from S45 to 12650 smell calves 13 60 30 scalawag shoeP 275 5 good sheep 650 p head Since the sale Mr Burge sold to Norman Hambrick zoo extra good 8ob pound yearling steers for 34 cents and bought of him 53 mule colts and 17 starlit g moles for 70 per head Senator Joe Blackburn maintains that in spite of the fight which t Stdehas made on him he will again be reelected Make Your Grocer Give You Guaranteed Cream ef Tartar Baking Powder Alum Baking Powders interfere with digestion and are un h thful Avoid the alum s u Leu pure grubs u uuu IIbehl1 lright in the yellow front And if I do the drugs yon sell Theyll surely make yon sound and ell- A when your liahies do get lkIJii Mint im Item and io he- qu ck rfive them drugs th it are so pate That in a short time IheII bevdl sure There are other things I have star- etliattwt bought lour since lb clatsnfnrt as cigars tobacco and cotetsuch OImrr paints and toilet snap And now kind friend wish to sav The yellow front is here to star And if from me you bnv your pills Youll not liebutheied vvith doctor V bills SoC DAVIS NEW S PHiiti- No official reports have been r ceived either in Washington or H vana of the alleged fortmtioi of a Inew government y American resi dents of the Isle of Pines It seen to he a settled fact that the worlil be seceders will receive no encour agement from the United Sates government Berledal final aprCil to growers slating that he scheme will he abandoned un Jess by Nov 25 enough cuntracisi are signed to give control of the cop Patton Gullej wanted in B t ctunty for robbery and complicity ii the attempted murder of an N watchman at Miadlesboro w envheto at large Tammany insists that a form decision of Judge Alton 13 Paker prohibiting the opening of ball bjxes is still the law that this pre vents William Randolph Hearst attempt for a recount DeniDepartment that the Chinese bo cot on America goods can not carried to the point ofseriusly lectitg our commerce in the Oii en t lA special from Barbourvslle says prospecting for ol near Grays ten miles noffrPbf here a seven foot vein of coal was encount feelIsl found to he utthe n ellknown Cumberland vein claimed to be one of the hardest bituminous coals known The discovery has arous ed cansiderable interest in sha miring which has never been tried in this part of the State and it is reported the vein will he operated Pennsylvania capitalists are l3cl ig the movement Every end Jrlinlltes Physicians tell us that ailI healthIIf minutes Jf this actionbe conies irregular the wholeI bodysuffers Poor healthI follows poor blood Emulsion makes the cottsI pure One reason errEMULSION becauseIthe blood It is partly di gested before it enters the lestomach a double ad van totae in this Less work the stomach quicker benefitsIpos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health justIWe you a ample ture th tthis the n of aLlbel ion the wno per of of SCOTT Bow Chtrmsti 409 PnttstrNY cent fi dragjiiu ltB tsShoesRubbersl 1S3aoon I roc tfcfrov r t tCi lIOn TV vreA ti TTfitT F1 toss e I 14 TIl01iOUlLl investigation has shown customers Headquarters Uar III1 J Special Bargains 111 atJshclI 1m A o HIATT I i HIATT KY gjggigcrffgjraBgagaM elr gEIsite mItitq Ii to out thin we are fur m n HAVE just resumed from the citv with flit line of HATtf BABY CAPS t liililrnsW School lUll invite the ladies of the count v toy y fSJgivc me a call I am sure I will please you tl Jlrs UIEO V BROWN fi1 r7rrc at k Q Q okQ P v T rofIr V asf PRSiIiiH 1 you examined our lineM f Spring and Summer 9 totU beIf not dont alto do so before H buvIngI P 1 PRICE nncl QUALITY hOf h will quit nnJ WjnfPhone GG ROBT COM n Mt Vernon Ky y JA J2Scfi IVcxJr yy i v Vv fJICEEflZIEft 1COIVI OJiE H1P I 1 IIwillNotion CLOTH d Ni I m KWe carrry a full line f Clothing that will suit all InlIOrU JONAS KcKENZS o YOUR AN KING No matter how nfalIno mattter how large THE BANK of- T VERNON will give it careful attention This message apjiHes to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 810001 more when left with the bank ant not upon for u period of six months or more 5 OFFICERS CashilJAyerk Pills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use KILLTH COUOH AflD CURE rwgz LUiiCSI It IUiDisciVefj f0ll c Hats end PriceI Surest rod Quiclcst Cure for nll THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or rrrOUEY B11tK- t t r The dose is one just one piU- at bedtime Sugarcoated + mild certain They cure constipation ca tpigj FYnTO CONSUMPTIVES tohealtheveralto rsuitha Mnre lung aud that tlrcail disease cossir irriONF as7 anxious o make known luliit frllor snCVrJ IetirefItcopgof the preeripinn used which they 1TlooiASTlnubnpesstLsuflerersnoble7hosedeainogtheprescription rhiel nothing nod may tlrQVSJaT EatvA5DA t J1 s jMT VERNON SIGNAL IFIT VJRNONKy Nor 17 19051 79Call up Xo 70 when want toComniimi cote with SIGNAL 70 p a I f LoutsVLLt rI6IVILLt TIME TABLE 2north I24 p rr 24 north 332 a r south 124 P n 21 South 1236 a n TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58IIntrtl lit the alt Yruuu Ky Iu tt ildII illtIilttl PERSONAL SaUl Cummins is now at Comet Mo Sheriff H L Tie continues BrveryMrs M Pennington continues very sick- Miss Cora Adams iL with rela tires here J W Rider is again in charge of the Miller hotel IT G Baker was in Louisville this week buying goods Mrs Mollie Miller has gone u Indianapolis to make her home A four year old child of Mrs Clancy died last week of diptheri Ye editor is rejoicing over tht arrival ofa fine girl baby at 1m homeM B DeBord of Elrod is here today He is thinking of moving D R Brock spent the week with her daughter Mrs E S Al bright Frank Mullins was here Monday and looks none the worse by hiI confinementT has sold his farm neir Level Green and will move to town about the first of the year I K M Denney of Verona Mo in emitting for his paper says lei the Signal come for I cant do without Mrsdantes Brack Graves and Frank Myers were here Tuesday to attend the burial of tn ir isterI Mrs Myers LOCAL BARGAINS IN HATS Now is jour opportunity I will sell all trimmed hats at reduc ed prices from now until December ist Dont tail to give me a call Mss Cino W BROWN To THE TAXPAYERS ov ROCK CASTLE COUNTY Remember that 6 per cent comesj on j on taxes titer Dec rst ThisI is the last warning and there wilt be no favors shown any one in th matter H L TArr S R C All parties indebted to me are respectfully asked to call and settle same by Nov 25th We ueed ti money and are compelled to paidIthe hands of an attorney for cower tiou Last notice J A Wood Orlando DEAD Mrs James Myers age about 60 died Tuesday after an illness of several njsnas ofatonjj ach trouble She was a devotedI companion anda kind bellsidfsk this place Mrs Frank Myers ofi Wiliimsburg and Mrs Graves of Corbin also two broth ers WB Smith postn aster here andone who lives in Los Angeles Cal The burial took place We- buryingAground PUBLIC SALE 1sexecutor of the will of A JC McClary deceased will on the 28 day of Nov 1905 at the late residence of A K McClary dec sell to the highest and best bidder I the following property to wit It two horse wagon and harness r buggy and harness I riding cultii vator onehalf interest in twoj totwork horses i cow 2 fat b gSIOO barrels of corn 40 bales millet hay household and ki hen furnituree a implements etc Terms made known on day of sale V J J SHiTHj ExectI l Ao VlrEr j r i flaUeK YAir xo MORE IIS i j N PROVT Al eight P M last S ttm lay he death angel knocked dud the spirit of J N Brown took Its flight to the Grd who pave it To the readers of this piper Mr own was better known as Buck Varnon the Sage of Possum Hoi inw whose Itttrrs were always rend with much pe sure and inter Lierfirst issue of tlis paper over nineteen jears ago and had ever since then been a warm friend to it and one of its most Litlilul correspond eats especially so during the regime of the present editor and n o one save his own immediate rel olives feels the loss more than we He was our friend andwe loved him Our county has had few titer more favorably blessed as a writer teacher and scholar halt he and it mattered not whether he dwelt in wit sarcasm or pathos his un derlying thought always showed his nobleness of purpose and purity of heart He was a strongCham pion of every movement for th betterment of his community an greater part of his life was spent as a teacher and for years theI Level Green Academy of which be was founder and principal wasI the leading institution of learnin in the county and to it little schoolroom in which he spent soI malY faithful hours work young people in Rockcastle be sides many from adjoining counJ tiesci1u trace the origin of thci usefulness than to any other one place He was a friend of the young people and though he is dead yet he leaves a heritage which will live throughout ilie present generation For several years he had been a sufferer of stomach trouble hut not until the last three years had it worked so heavily upon him All efforts of science failed him any relief it finally went to his limbs and he became perfectly helpless for more than a year he had been unable to leave his room e x cept when assisted by some ore gradualegrowing worse he resorted to hot baths at Ashville N C but in steal of Pndirg any relief his days were evidently shortened and after n stay of six weeks he returned to dayLs with his loved ones At the age of twenty he was uni ted in the holy ponds of matrimony tr Miss Ellen McOueary on March i3t86jand to this happy union nine children these born all of Alesdamd es French and S F Brown who in Indian Territory R L Brown a successful attorney at the Somerset bar Jt e a student in aend Wade Miss Mae and Thomas who FriendIIiron churches in the county and an honored member of Woodstock of Free Masons and this Briendd ship Cemetery at 3 p ni Monday The funeral services at the church were conducted by Rev Martin Owens as it had long been his request it should be Peace to his ashes glory to his kind congenial soul iMr Allen Hiatt who is one of the most wholesoul fellows who pleaseisay our paper that all hunters nndrun hers etc are cordially invited to come to his place and hunt all they want tb Also put their horses in his barn and feed them well and still further go to his home and get agood squaremeal We ac we1Editor k t o jWANTEDA number one good mich cow Call at this office Sand Spring and Raspberry post office were ordered discontinued yesterday A child of J G Andersons who ei near Cove Schoolhouse died Sunday of aiptherin Burr iS111 name ofa new post office esttbltslied this week at Owens store with t3 M Ovens s ptstmasler Alma Newland and Eliza IMisses have rented rooms in House and will do dressmaking The L S Nhas purchased ad ditional right ofway at Maretsbuiy Iand will make the main siding aunt long and also ut in a busiiss kTh Court of Claims was in see sion this week having adj turned over fro n the regular term in last month About the usual amours of claims were allowed The Frith Hotel at Brodhead un cLr the management of Mr Gales Rogers an experienced man in th business is yning5 entire satisfac on and will continue to be popu lar with the traveling public The people are t kina lively terest our Christmas number which will he artistically printed in colors on enameled paper and profuselj illustrated Twill be a hummer and dont you forget it Its print oject will be to make RoskcaStle show up mighty goodo the out side world Alma Lee NewlandElizabeth Ad ants FOR Up todateiDressMaking call on Misses Newland and Adonis Joplin House CodJT Adams was given the cer tificate of election for Police Judge of Mt Vernon by the commission bIthe officers of the election showed andgDavauU but in W Mt Vernor there were two questioned ballots which were counted foe Adams giving uiin a majority of two E Brown was elected marshal and krB MullinsS C Franklin trustees BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Weeks ago Miss Taylor pro u ised that the public should he propc erly introduced to the dormitory just as soon as that new creation had passed through the unfinished otagecharacteristic of all youth Rut not until last week did she deem it sufficiently polished to en dare the public gaze Theu she in viteda hundred or mire of the townpeople to come on Friday night and call upon it and the far ultv Every thing was done to show these visitors how very welcome they were Girls met them at tleI door and ushered them into the music room where the faculty ac companied by Mrs Brown and Dr McDonald was waiting to re ceive them Then the visitors were J led away to the Lidy of the Bean Dish who initiated them inthe fun and mystery ofa gamehe motto of which was learn not to say no and thee object thereof xva tohordu beans After this came the parting of the ways Some entangled miles of gorgeous cobwebs for the sAe of the fateful ending Others took interesting strollsthro the inviting rooms of the dormitory while the quiet ones simply sit still andwere played to amiJ sung to until they were really obliged to have the very best time ofall Just when people were conclud lug that truly the music room was the most charming part of the whole house the kitchen sent i forth a beguiling message of sand wich and cocoa which much disturbed previous decisions And now there arose a belief that it must be growing bometimesuch doctrines have a tendency to spring up after refreshmentsso firm in their new belief the visitors de parted Thus ended the coming out party of the new dormitory which we hope has entered upon an unending season of justsuch times BKODHEjli Mr Robert G Willmott has ac cepted a position as agent for the L N at Habersham Tenu and went there last Sunday to assume bis new duties as such Heres hoping that Bob will make a great i manin railroad circles which we 1 are =confident that be protracted melting at the church istill in progress severedTbeen largely attendedand good has beeu achieved house was not large cno cosnmodae the people nights Miss Gaylor of Rockhold Js visiting her sister Mrs J C LeeceAirs VA Spraul and children of Paris is visiting her mother Mrs F FranciollissS- usitHiltdn is on the sick list Mr and Mrs McAafee who have been visiting their daughter Mrs J W Hutcheson have returned to thcr home at Harrvdbjg Mis Mae Robinson of Garrard county- is visiting Miss Ella Dunn which throws the Young Mens Club out of a president for a few daysMiss tier ie dickwho is attending ohnol at Mt VeTinn w visitpg p treuts last Saturday and Suncay Chas Hurt is on the sick list Mrs J B Hilton of Pine Hill is visiting her mother Mrs J R Cass V C Albright and Cecil McCIary were in yilihmsburg old BarbourviSle last week calling snpposeer u Ml Vernon was in town last Vedne day nigl t to attend churchM C Albright is in Casey county on business this weekThe oung Mens Club will entertain the Young Ladies Laubat a very fashionable recep tine Thanksgiving Ed Rod er Sundaion one gtrThe oyster feast at the Ma oac ball last Saturday night was sijojed to its fullest It was bare lThosAmos V Smithof i tt Ky ws town last Wednesday calling on one of Brodheads best lookiut gi lsJ W Hutcheson was in Middlesboro first of the week ot business o Coal oil will knock any cold silly said C C Warren The idea or drinking coal oil may seem repugnant to some aesthetic tasteF- hnt one tablespoonful will fix tht business for the most stubborn cold in head or body- Terpentine is another fine thing for generalcOlJditiqns I final b that a man trill take 15 vr 20 drops otc rpet ire in sugar once every tvvofimnths be will nev irbereally sick Its an inter oal Turkish bath of Affect and leaves the systyjr aoroughl cleansed and in goo shape to take on new strength Theres no ex e for a cold and it is a danger ous thing to pass by Miss Margaret Curran and Mrs Ana Kimbrel sisters died in Lou sville within eight hours They bad never been separated during life POSTED Ve the citizens of Rockcastle whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting or trespassing of any kind on our premises And will prosecute to the extent of the all parties guilty of such W H Graveley Win Hysinger Nancy P Smith Gel D Moore Lee Coffey J Smith Mrs ElizT Cook LOT J G Frith Sam Maharg Jas W Moore- G W Gentry Johu Leece- A C Meniffee- J r Cook MOORE OFFUTTS 3nd LOT SALE CORBIN KV Nov 21 and 22 1905 AT ONE OCLOCK A GOOD FreeTO 1 HEI These lots are desirably located Barbourvile and Hamlin Sireets A FIVE ROOM HOUSK ON CORNER LOT 98x125 ft WITH GOOD WELL Easy Payments MOORE OFFUTT Agents Ayers Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hal Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early life Mr linlr was filliuc wit badly and Iwaa alerItdrVirurinadBjaTlinirmlllcoaUwlililttoboREiii J SIcoaotU JcAYEnco An4r OIInwell Falling Hair= si i TZY 1 t 1 IVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE luckymanthe winning ticket Iw ITH every dollars worth of goods bought at Our Store for Cash we will give a ticket fm this high grade buggy which you rail see on exhibitkrin front of our store All tickets will he put in a wheel anti the following gentlemen have agreed to act as judges in deciding the winner W L Richards S C Franklin and E So Albright w UK Stock is complete and our pries rgh So do not fail to take advantage ofthis golden pportnnity to secure absolutely free this splendid buggy Yours withlest wishes KRUEGER SONS DONT BORROW TROUBLE IllS a bad habit to fpsick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dys pepsia hilliousness Brights dis ease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elec tric Bitters Kerr you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness- of all your troubles and your body will not be burdened by aloadof debt disease AtMt Vernon Drug Cos store Price soc Guar Joseph Price IDflflhlaIy STANFORD KYJ Practice limited to Abdominaland Pelvic Surgery General Surgery Diseases of Eye Nose Throat Ear Chest Genitourinary and Rectal Diseases Diseases of Nervous System Skin and Gastro Intestinal track This Insti tution is prepared to administer sage Hot Air Vapor Baths Hydro StaticElectricitytions No contagious diseases ad promptly1LL PHYSIcrANSINVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HEJRE FOR TREATMENT Southern Arkansas Lands Timbered rolling perfect drain age no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas JdOerclay soil and clay subsoil heapI est lands in Southwest Splendid rangeWritebooklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 6 The State Election Commission will meet in Frankfort ThursdayI Nov 23 to canvass jibe returns from the recent election Z Ky = on by wire = Phone 63 ti IN s for C l tom i WITH THE by F MT PRICE b3OO u a i Mon loses soW In post 12 jnoeths This ntnnnntntnnnnnnnnn 3 3 3 Mt Vernon 3 Stock Complete Can furnish shortno g Embalmingdone 3 ORDERS Promptly Filled No = Ul11Hl1U1UiuUlU11UiuU1U1H11U U11U1U1UllU1l1U1U1U1U The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE THE Cheapest Anywhere- No Charge Prescriptions iebi SpecialtyAllcome ProprPirosa r QRANViLLE OWENS UNDERTAKER liKy W and All or Imicwi dtJSHOE MAKERS CHARACTER WoMAnSold Krueger Sons VERNON KENTUCKY r To Cure Cold in One Day Take laxatrve promo iunme Tablets Seven Signature Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR COUNTY Drugs Brad head COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets Robes Mail Telegraph Tele phone orders Promptly Filled I A- WELL BJ foY fashior6t peopb ct 1lia Two Days boz25eryI If you want to buysell or rent any kindof Real Estate in Rockcastle you ought to see us We can always save you money SMtJ 2 1 q I ft e i rrrmf r i f r r t7j LJ = = = r LA m W V4Jf iJ t BEWAIIE OFIiTATl iJVJJ S1 z of FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR On account of the great merit and popularity of FOGEYS HONEY AND TAR for Coughs Colds and Lung Trouble several manufacturers arc advertising favorablyimitationsknown reputation of FOLBYS HONEY AND TAR DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON 0r We originated HONEY AND TAR as a Throat and Lung Remedy and unless FOLEY HONEY AND TAR you do not get the original and genuineI j Remember the name and insist upon having FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Do not risk r your life or health by taking imitations which cost you the same as thq genuine FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR is put up in three sizes25c 5OC and 100 r Prepared only by FQLEY1 05 828498 Ohio Street Ghieaga tiiineis 0 SOLD IUU RECOM ENDED BY t MT VERNON DRUG CO INSURANCE PROBE President McCall Ordered to De maud the Upturn of Andrew Hamilton Front Europe ALSDTO DEMAND AH ACCOUNTING President Hpfffinan of tine Metropoli t tan as IiiiciToirateil Along the Line of Agents Salaries Etc Mr Reade of the Firm of W A Reada Co Explained Why Hegeman Got Loans at a Rate Be low Market Rates New York Nov HJohn A MoCall president of the New York Life Insur ance Co was called before the Arm- swung investigating committee and peremptorily ordered by the commit tro to demand the return from Europe to this country of Andrew Hamilton the lawyer who has had charge of leg islative matters for the New York Life Mr McCall was further ordered to demand an accounting from Hamilton ct the moneys expended by him and t of the balance which he owes the New York Life Mr McCall denied that it babeMrter this ruvcsUgaUon had beentn eluded and said that on the contrary he would very much like to have Mr Hamilton return Mr McCall replying to Mr Hughes counsel for the committee said he had called the attention of the board of trustees of the company to his testi mony before the committee relative to Hamilton and gave Mr Hughes a copy of his statement which said that If Hamilton did not return to the New York Life the sum of 235000 by De comber 31 he would himself pay it to the company Mr McCall said Hamil ton was either in Paris or Nauheiin Other witnesses were John R Hege man president of the Metropolitan Life and Vice President Fiske who were interrogated along the lines of agents salaries legal expenses of the con pauy real estate holdings and the methods of acquiring properties and the fact was brought out that the fire insurance firm that places all the risks on tin properties of the Metropolitan ic composed of W D Edmister and Silas B Dutcher the latter a director Metropolitan Life IThe low rate of interest at which Mr Hegeman secured loans and the reason for the rebates of this interest that Mr Hegeman received from the old firm of Veimilye Co was tesU fled to by several members of that firm which has since gene out of busi ness This linn was the banker of 1r the Metropolitan Life but since last March the business has been taken over by William A Reade Co Mr Reade was a witness Monday and said that Mr Hegeman got the loans at a late below the market rate because 1 Mr Hegeman had been a client for a number of years and because of the volume of business he transacted with the firm of Vennilye Co f PENSIONER LISTS Secretary Hitchcock Directs That Ap plications For Them Be Refused Secretarytofficials of the pension office hereaft 1erto refuse applications for lists of persons drawing pensions from the government on the ground that the anyexceptionsstated they will be only to furnish such lists to members of both politi cal parties at the same time The or der on this subject grew out of re POrts affecting the alleged misuse of such lists of names in the recent cam paign in Ohio IN THE BRIDAL CHAMBER lt A Newly Married Couple Found Dead at Perguimans C rNorCollc Va Nov 10Aspecial WednesdayYt night was married to Randolph C Johnson at Perguimans N C was found dead in her bridal chamber on tij 4iirsday morning with a pistol in her- S r 2ih nd and a bullet wound through her thefiand bodytCondition of the Treasury Washington Nov 14Mondays i statement of the treasury balances In the general fund exclusive of the 150 old reserve shows Available cash balance S3llj552D gold coin 1 ii V tlkr and bullion 19T0i gold certificates 52773360 Death of Bishop Merrill New York Nov laThe death of Bishop Merrill Methodist Episcopal bishop of Chicago was announced here through a telegram received by the Methodist Book Concern of ths city Bishop Merrill died of paralysis of the heart while at Keyport N J Must Face CourtMartial Washington Nov l3Secretary Bonaparte ordered a courtmartial for MeriIwetherof Midshipman Branch which followed a fistic encounter between the two Oppose Joint Statehood Santa Fe N Nov HThe re publican territorial central committee met in special session Friday in this city and passed strong resolutions against the proposed jointure of Ari zona and New Mexico ro THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Rout rom Sj Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colouist rates on February 21 March 21 IndialJlmdnumerous pointsin other Wester n Mates Great the hpiueseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays ol each month limited 21 days Land ire cheap rates arc low Cheap sound trip rates now in effect toj vinter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop uer privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway- r Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers SaturIlaysDescriptive literature map folders He furnished free For particu ars raes etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bide Louisville Ky Gild Souiheilye BETwt- hCinci119nati Chattanooga Atlanta Birmingna1DKnoxville Asheville MobileJacksonville New Orleans Shreveport and- Texas Points Doable Dolly PaUuau Service to Chattanooga Atlanta JacKsonville and New Orleans Dining and Observation sass For zed Pates address tnlW GfiTKtt If iUaiar GealKs Gcu CiackuaiS r HI TliNK THE LORD cried Hannah Plant of Liitle Rock Ark for the relif I got from Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal andfrom which I had suffered for 5 vears It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at Mr Vernon Drug Cos drug store 25 cents oAST01114Dean ttethe Boat cf t9i h r 38 DollarsTO Caifornae AND THE NORTHWEST= piidk LOUISVILLE T- HEiHenderson Route n JCORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points Rir Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 rAlso SPECIAL HOJIRSEEKUKS Rates to the West and South west on certain dak- slJ If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsoverthe HENDER rSON ItOUTE between Louis and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union theyIilIjIRWIN Agt KY 1UGO TU KOjiiY It is thiway When I need spectacles go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tesUd and he does it light When the need changing he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine eedles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks hen they dont run jun 30tf TOGO OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the sup rb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line fiom St Louis to City of Mexico through San Auto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car set vice Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now descriptiveliterature Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Mouri BIdgIE XAS changeIbe purchased for what you pay an EasiIland truck growers not equaled in any other section of our country HomeseekINov 7 and 2 L SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 r t ROCKCASTLJE l QB I Estate Co r MT VERNON KY o PA tor No lhis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek neat Btodhcnd Ky is one of the Ices farms in the county and will be Jot at a bargain the owner being uuab1 it properly look after same because ol his health The entire farm is urilei fence 1iO acres in cultivation bairnce timbered three houses on farm oo wells and springs and plenty of goo stock water Also rood orchard FARM No I Consisting of itivies near Conway 100 acres land acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price 580000 well worth SI00t 00 FARM No IA farm of 18aCl located near Maretbur r and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school lions church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract offoi this farm butnobuildings would M included on the 70 acre tract ifn division fs made FAR t u130 acres near Brod headjweM fenced plenty good water gootT orcyiis Plenty timber to run farmgo and one tenant house Clan be bought for 5000A groat bargain FARM N053o aeves of land tween BrnKhcivek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timl ltd two houses and well watered Will soil cheap FAllM No tilOH acre tract Smiles west of Mt Vernon on Soniarsct road acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory residence barn anti all necessa outbl1i orch 6001FAlnldeuce good residence all udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty to run farm and well watered timherI countyPriceFARM NO G2l4 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farai Price 8 a bargain 600 Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Ccurier Journal The Veekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants the profits of this pro ous year with its subscribers pIproposesto giveaway twenty pas presents ranging from 100 to o amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 and 20 and sixteen presents of3r and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Mis souri Virginia and Alabtna The beIville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free CASr rORlrPot Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theA7Qmature of Ckl 4 w 1 STIFRANCIS VAllEY LANDS Of S juthvvest Missouri and Northeast Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits vegetables Yield big crops land failures Open winters Land cheap but advancing investi this fall Homeseekers rates 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and ValleyII r l a = c COUNTRY b t3UittilNUi Was the Eect OIl in Ohio a Rolili cal or aittoril VictoryI The Oud eicctiiju htref the polilicjans to cogitating fruit Ol- eted oft he country to the titer tethtps fr the rerun that alV Oho occupies the 1tsiI ton n inltg held fy Virginia sis CIiuhh hlrlaThere ale various answers to this S me iIv PI tiot waS elected be cause the Democratic party professed rtligiun that the Democrat c viottiry was nmril and every hodIis waiting to see what use victory is to such a party Siv lit the victory is due to the vita ity and tjimoiUility of the Dmucia ic party and the only thin in Ohio hiatnly hke the iUc tioi in 1905 was the election in 1867 In 1867 the race qustio i was 0I 01101crntquestion was in 1905 An ame trt nest to the State constitution was submitted to a popular jvote and t proposes to strip e the word tint ofthe snffenige clause whittI in lrunietit Allen G was the Democratic cal 10I Governor and R B Hayes the Rp publican candidate candidate Cltment V Vnllatsdighain iniiv aged the Democratic cam aign and it WaS understood that he waste be Senator if the Legislature should anhendmendwas 6oioo and it may ht remarked as a political curiosity- that the word white is in hit Ohio const lution right now Thor mar vas defeated by about 3010 ifter the Western Reserve found out how many votes were iecce sary accomplish itard the Lg islattire was Ieutocrttioi joint ballot Jcrltsps it would have been better if Vnllandigham had beech sent Jo the Sonatt tliough he could not have been a greater Senator than Thurmnn was but itis always hest to comply with aqrtt ments Vallanuigjiam Tttutic figure thit hewas might thus hate been spared to Ohio to thD mIocratic party and ti the republi 18f71lhcwas rejuvenated reincarnated It fought tile battles of the constitution it restored civil liberty to the house it banished force srom the ballot box it fleet ed Tilden President and le enthron Vl the the constitution And so it was until the licit cratij party again lost its iolitu under fryan Is this Ohio victors the dawn of another lay for ti e IOe norrary as ii 1867 nr is it ral er the echo of Secretary Tafr fviiott which wis ivit inttrd el for a keynote And that is a Cston tome Ohio ctdjnite1SOT LOST MOTHER Consumption runs in our fin Iy and through it lost nsy tnoih er writes E B Reid of lie uiony Me For the last five t ears however on the sliglut 1ign ot a ugh or cold I have takt Kings New Dtscovey fr cor umpto which has sat Ell uu from serious lung trouble lL nothers death was a sad loss fir Reid but he UanreJ tlrt hm rouble must not be neglected anti ow to cure it Oiettest gel t ml cure for coughs an ccn Vice 5C mid ro guar mtttd It Gernon Drug Cus ding stor Trial bottle free The American fund for thft of of the pillaged Jews in Pussla based on acknowltdgements lJ1ce- I1 the National c1ief COlrmittee is esiimated at a2o0o It is hrclto raise Siox n t aftyl 4xrbtn l PSI t r R ar i olio Kiml Toti Have Always Songlit in l ivliieli bas been in use for over SO years has borne tile sijrnrtnTO of J mal has beets znailo untlcr Ills per r y sonnl sapcvvisioa since its inlasic- ysuzfm UACJUM Aliovf no cEctodccciveyouin this All Couutcrtciis Imitations and uustasgood are but Experiments tint trifle with and endanger the health of Infuiits and Chiitircii Experience against Experiment What CASTOR A Camor a is a harmless substituto for Castor Oil Fare goric 5 rops mal Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc contains iicitbur Opium Sjrpliiue nor other 2ifarcoto substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays leveivlsscss It cures Diarrlua ai l Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trothes Ctnes ion atipatiot tuft Flatulency It assimilates tine 1oHl regulates the Stejuucli stud Bowels siviaij Iiealtliy anti liataral sleep silo CJililrcas Fanace Thc Mothers Frici d GBHQlHEi CASTOR A ALWAY9 Bcr3 the Signature saq S= 5J Lt Ji Vv1 pw p The KM You Haie Always Irollght in Use For Over 3O Years iff t2 3 C McCLARY Underivaferrv r m earner t Complete LINE of Onsets libia c dlcicl S by Telephone ntt nil- e promptly Stanford Kn W M Francisco IllO MENTAL WORKS Rroiibenti Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones 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cure I t on each box 25CtS OeSTO49 1te Ytillai8 Mw n dd fy Life seems too to who griping and are l To take lfo i It s and and cures all It is At all P WRITE frankly in dence us advice J a Medicine Co Tenn MT Phone lr f ete us EAT- I cl h I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs E Cievenger of Belle view Cf at my monthly periods sll my life but the tirst butUe of Car dui gave me wonderful relief and now am in better health Ulan have been for a long time A I l5T t1 r Zrl l1De x ar ntl w1w4 r 0 Jwrl l s