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I PublishedEvery Friday t r IVOLUlE XIX NOVEMBER 24 1905 NUMBER 8 II J rvt = m f i- L = rvL fj = I IT fr 1gj tjVI rt F t JnI g JBJij f5 W 1 And Sell It For Less WHY DO Hjndresof e EFBllYall Their Goods Here LOWER PRICKS for Same Goods thats wly j- jB 8K3 3 o v4 QE l emit Ill Carpets Mattings au l ttuggcte Felt Boots Mens and Ladies Rubbers Shoes every Kind and Size for Everybody Mens Youths and Childrens Hats Bust Line of SuitssGroceries 20 pounds Granulated Sugar One Dollar Dry Goods Notions and Furnishings anLadiesWraps Ladies Fascinators and Underwear L rtA rLJ frpJov + r Ilirdware and Queenswnre Blank Books Stoneware and Stationery BAnGAINS HUfftt Stylish DI ess =rro 7i 11tetflflBHASTILY Iignafl SolidCOMFORT Tll IErom Is what ou will huge if you buy priir of the CclcLraleu L DuUii vo aluiM JIM are made over tli3 foot form the last and combine Pit Style Wear and Coaiort in tin Best Shoes You EverSaw In 2 0 3 and 8350 This shoe stands for all that is best in the making of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves all the different leathers styles and widths you want to get the worth of your money and make your feet lad give us the opportunity and we will do the rest We sell everything but if Ihero is and line more than another which tickles our vanity 1a our complete line of DOUGLAS SHOES a f f i AN ACCIDENTAL WOUNDI Caused the Death of Lieut Howard the Middlcsboro Company Iof le3boro Ky Nov 20Flrst LieuL Julian M Howard of the Midi dlcsboro company Kentucky state guard who accidentally shot himself with a revolver while at target prac Lice last Tuesday died Sunday morn ing Lieut Howards toaia was at Tarboro N C Ha eamb here several months ago ald toor u ppion 33 civil engineer with his brother Jom Howard of this city He was elected first lieutenant of the company cently organized here and had been actively engaged in the recent sup press on of the outlaw element in this county He will le burled at Tarboiif N C Thursday with military honors DRUNK AND JEALOUS John Chaney SViot arilKied a Woman and Wounded a Man HonUlnsville Ky Nov 20Drunk rInd jealous Jcm Chaney sot and Killed Mrs Mnu Ellis a oman of the town and Ianai3usIy wounded Duncan Veach Chaney fired on the woman and a companion at her gate shooting her in the breast She ran in the house and he followed and shot her through the heart Chaney came to the city brandishing his pistol anlli threatening every one he saw nn several men he met on the street He shot one of them Veach through the side He was veJ911diet thoI A Loss of 75000 at Estillville on Kentucky BorderI Bergent Ky Nov OTlIe town of Kstillvillo across the Kentucky bor der in AJrgnia was swept by a dis astrous fire The Myrtle hotel Ad dinjjton house a number of dry goods stores and several residences were burned The loss is estimated at 75 000 with about onethird covered by insurance There were several narrow escapes by people fleeing from the burring hotels The fire oiginated the Jtly rtlebotelA Tragic Death InI Lexington Ky Now 20 Wor ham met a traIc death whlltj taking measurements for a new stair Nay in the Hernando building Tim ad was sttlng ca the Iron frams worc of the Ftcps between the fint and sec ond loots and while he was Teaninc over the heavy weight of the eeva or descended and struck on the back of the head breaking hs neck Escaped in ths Darkness Owingsville Ky Nov 20Whert Jailer Samuel Jones took supper to the prisoners at the county jail Allen Craig charge with torse stealing aril assault and battery escaped from his himlOIeffect but Craig escaped Barred From His Sick Rem Lexington Ky Nov 20BecaiJS3 of reports that have been start d re ardlsitr the alleged deathbed repeat sure by Editor C C Moose of ths city a request hrs been made by him hat all of the rninlfctern and praying hrlstars be lJ from the sickroom In the future Drat at the Ago of 103 Serpent Ky Nov 20Uncle Nel son Harmon the oldest man in Eastern Kentucky Is dead at hU quaint old hove in upper Floyd coon y north of here vVrs he resided for over threequarteis of a century A widow four cars his junior survives hm Died in SundaySchool Newport Ky Newr0Vth but few seconds warning WiUam P Vpbe 53 for 11 years general deliv cry clerk at the Newport post office- nas cal to meet hs Maker while n attendance upon the Sunday school at Grace M E church Hatfernan For Senator weekiof Western Kentucky The Conference Adjourns Fulton Ky Nov 20Theannual conference of the Memphis district ot the Methodist church adjourned in Mnyfield after ono of the biggestI meetings in its history Over Isters were present besides a large number of guests Effect of a Reform Wave Middlesboro Ky Nov JThe cityI council has refused to renew the cense of the Keg House It is tie result of the reform movement which is sweeping this county It is report ed that the licenses of several saloons rwill bo revoked ExRepresentstivc Sebree Dies Hendersonville Ky Nov OEll lah Garth Sebree aged 47 one of Ken otf pneumonia He was born in Christian county which he represented in tit a general assembly as a republican Barnand Tobacco Burned Mt Sterling Ky Nov 20A large barn belonging to G G and J C Ham mon burned with contents including 15000 pounds of tobacco The loss will reach 7500 only partly insured rOIEIIODYANDTAR torntoldsi Prevents Pawmoola The Judge Was Told His Wife Was Hanging In the Barn Campton Ky Nov 21A dramatic scene was enacted in the county court vhen a messenger rushed in and an nounced that Judge Howes wife had been found hanging in a barn near her home Judge Howe hastily journed court and hurried to the place but too late to save his wifes life Mrs Emily Howe had been in ill health for more than a year and while clesnondent ha mad several attempts to end her life Mrs Howe left her mother ajj an izzl J l lY morn Ing bidding her goodby and saying that she would not return Sheriff Stamper followed Judge Howe and cut the body down- CLOSED INDEFINITELY A Receiver Appointed For the More BankIMorehead KyKov 21Tl1e na tional bank that isuspended Saturday with a promise to resume payment Monday posted a notice that owing to an unavoidable run the bank wouli be closed indrlnitely The run was clue to the failure of the Winton Lum ber and Manufacturing Co L P Mor gnu president and general manager of the Winton Lumber and Manufac turing Co is vice president of the tn The controller of currency has made W L Yerkds receiver HIGH PRICED COLT The Weanling By Prodigal Dam Bes sic Wlisan Sold For 1000 Lexington Ky Nov 21 Ernest L Feathcrstone acticg for Senator J W Bailey has old to fc B Fisj of Mont gomery Aa thQ woanC g cot by Prodigal dam Bessie Wilson dam of firelcss 2144 by Red WilIeI for 1000 e youngster was turned over to Trainer James Brady who will develop and race him for Fiske Tits Is the highestpriced weaning sold in Kentucky in recent years A FEUDISTS BULLET After Many Years He Seeks It By the Aid of the XRay Lexington Ky Nov 21 Parrish Arnett of Salyersvillc Magofllu coun ty a former member of the state gislature g and sheriff of his county came here and submitted to an Xray examlrlatloa for the purpose of locat l a he received In a feud fight 22 years ago If successful in locat ing the leaden missile which is im bfJded in his hip bone an operation will Be preformed to extract it Thanksgiving Turkeys Louisvi e Ky Nov 21From thc present indications cf the game market Thanksgiving turkeys and other fowl will be no higher than test year Turkeys for the last two years have sold at about 20 cents a pound In fact ths has been the prevailing price roun1IThanksgiving feasL The turkeys are plentiful Sold Their Interests London Ky Nov 21James N Thompson president of the Standard Coal Co and Iris associates sod their entire interests including franchises at Viva in this county to C S Lord formerly of Ohio but now of Knox ville Tenn for 20000 cash Death ofS C Young Fulton Ky Nov 21S C Young of Fultons oldest and most worthy citizens died here of heart failure He was aa exconfederate sol dler and was a cripple from wounds Ejstrced In thewear He was one of the first settlers here BraKeman Crushed To Death OwlngaviUe Ky Nov 21JefIer soa Kiser biakeman on the C O railroad was killed at Argeite Sta tion Carter county by his body being caught between the bumpers of cars and horribly crushed Death was in stantaneons Light and Fuel Campion Ky Nov CompanyI tm Fee and L5bv corporated with 8000 capital A F Byrd of Winchester J S Baits and Charles Kerr of Lexington and J H Stamper jr of Uis place are the in eorporators Sentenced To 21 Years in Prison Haran Ky Nov 2iAt tho term of the Harlan circuit court now in session Fiancis Stepp was convicted of the murder of his cousin John Stepp on Cummins creek some time ago- sentenced to 21 years in the pen- Itentiary Smallpox at Plnevllle Plneville Ky Nov 21 Smallpox has broken out in Pineville Five cases are reported to date and fear la felt that the contagion will spread Public schools will close and a number of people are being vaccinated Skull Crushed By a Wagon Covington Ky Nov 21Della Dietz was run over by a brick wag 3n near corner of Fifteenth and Scott streets The child was instantly kill ed her skull being crushed by the wheels Judge Hamilton Appointed ML Sterling Ky Nor 21Col A Hamilton of this cty has been appointed presiding judge at the Los Angeles Cal race track and leaves Tuesday to assume his duties Londons first Turkish bath under nmiiclpal contra was opened recent immstone tlh fi wdbeatts1i I 1IThese In erest Quli Mens and Boys Caps 10 to 50 t cenlsIMens and Boys Hats isc to 2 each J g Mens Suits 250 to f Mens Overcoats 44 to 54 long 450 toIt pantslJ3 Boys Overcoats 9 to 19 Wold good quality 275 to 4 each Boss Knee Pants Suitt size 4 t 16 soc to 2 per suit Childrens Shoes from 5oc pair up a how a call i t r Dt of Ins I or ora s o t Q upon J r m is not 2 vacant house fori rent in town street the to the depot has been covered with crushed stone distance of one mileAt torney R S Crawford who has of the most law of the bar for r his located in KyVe noticed with deep regret the death of our old friend J N of Level Green The Hon H W Sears will deliver the first lecture of the iprtue here on Nov 30 subject EpitaffyIAs it seems that the are of office They dd not put out a candidate for Mayor let two Democrats ru off any fatalities All the precincts in the county beet reported except the court house being too remote justice to be heard from at the present writing It is by that if this precinct the entire ticket be elected the threw out this precinct which de feated R C for Count Judge and Wimer for Sheriff bya majority There will be a hot contest made Mis Rachel was elected Super itenden jet of Schools over CLWilson the present incumbent Mens Underwear 45C to I per suit Mens Overall 45C to Coats to match at price quality450LadiesSt 25Ladies Dress Skirts 2 to s4 5smedroum 95C to 150 per Mens heavy shoes and up 001 Mens Felt Boots 2 275 per pair J f frl iEstablished nfew 1we us and let us show you ta M to t W Main from riser been one years course tired but have from the wts But small Tye same pair pair Win Dowell has Illinois Isaac Herrin is im pioving There is a wedding ex Brown returned Tuesday from A Herrin is at work at Brodhead 8J 11 Craig our hustling trader Scott is numbered was a days ago is getting along very nfce lryMr V G Proctor about the sauteBird are plentiful in this part MANS Is often as great as womans But Thos S S Austin manager worth Ind was not e when he relayed to allow the doc tors to his wife for male trouble Instead hesavs we concluded to try Bit ters My wife was then so sIck- she leave her bed and five 5 hail failed to relieve her After taking Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her house hold duties by Mt Cos drugstore an of two cents on to Assocrtion has to en sthe contention of the Cairo and shippers that they are against in thee of grain rotes 1l Bed Comforts 70c 80 and 90 cts Bed Blankets 65C to 4 50 per pair The best are all wool Good Roasted Coffee r5c Three bars Big Deal roc Jv v V lociThreeStar 400 y Nails all sizes 3C M Sheet Iron Heating Stoves wood 225 to 275 jCi Heatin Stoves for coal to 5 825 Good Sewing Machine 12 50 w f V Above are of our prices telling sell goods Gice d THO yl KADPfDtrD iDvirDt vDtrBD BE iIBB Gibralter Rockcastle CountytFinancial tit m jl CITIZ NS BIkNK mltjmmACCOUNTS m l ctY1and profitable relationm mma HUTCHESON Casher m- rfif BB = W1LL1AHS1SUKU There bridge nearly brilliant yers Williamburg Lexington Brown WilliaiishnrCT Republicans liamsburg GIwithout claimed Independents counted Independent Commissioners Browning Croley 1887 tJUAlL 1Mr ieturned futureMrsaRansom Crawfordsvilie IndlanaE rthuriamong TaylorIremains hunters UNREASONABLENESS Leavennoperateon Electric could hardly physicians Electric Guaranteed 11Drug increase Price 50i pointJattempted Evansville discriminated Ufaeachi ifBestPounds JGranulated pound forVf jjFourcap trc CHERRY marlt OUTLOOKNof other and more important one looms on the hornzon sass the Harrodsburg Herald Already friends of Hon John W Hughes both in this county and in other parts of the district are effecting plans to send him to Congress The race for the nomination promises to be a lively one Hoi W J WelshIand Emmet Hoover of Jessamine Hons Jerry Sullivan and Dick land of Madison will be it is starters in the Congressional derby Mr Gilbert has said he willnot seek further preferment in that direction and Judge Hughes stands pretty solid in the county of Shelby which will have no candi date Recently when he imde a speech to the tobarco growers there with the court house over flowing with the horny handed sons of toil some one at the conclusion of his address a grower of the weed pro posed Three cheers lfor John W Hughes the next Congressman from the Eighth district and they were given with hearty accord rr A DISASTROUS CALAMITY It is a disastrous calamity when indissap canbedThey build np your digestive or gans and cure headache dizziness Guanordrugstore 35 cents S if a 2 MT VERNON SIGNAL FIHDAYNOVKMB 3 24 1905o o Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application The following from the Kentucky State Journal is one of the cortporations and especially the rail Tads The way people do bleed rai r dwhen they get a chance is shown in a onversation with a lailroai offi M On the 4 of July collidIedthe lIssenyers 01 the LtC N weie more or less hurt none o them Niiionsh however anal yet the company has paid oui on com promise etween 5000 and 101 ooo 1 dsails aggregating 65000 have inert filed Ole roan who claimed that he was seriously hurt WJ lid h iv g ten a g comprom ise hid nota detective been giver the case He began to investigate and was soon in possession of in formation that the man was no in the wreck at all but in a neighbor big town at the time it cccurred A engagement was made with him then by an attorney of the com pany and when he confronted the fellow with the proof he quietly slipped out of the office and has not since been heard of He ought to be prosecuted for trying to obtain money on false pretenses A dispatch from Muscatine Iowa says Reporters called at tli humble me of William Clark who died of delirium tremens The widow and ten children were gath ered about the kitchen fire When r asked for particulars the widow took a pencil and paper and pre pared the following note for the press Please do not say tha the family deeply mourn for their dead For years he has been hus band and father only in name Fo affections given only blows and curses have been received in turn r It is better for him that is a dead and better for us Now that the long black chapter is end ed do not make us hypocrites b1 publishing that which is not true State Superintendent James H Fuqua in Its report to the General Assembl will urge establishing a normal school at Frankfort It has been suggested that the old Capitol buildings be used for this purpose Such an institution of learning has long been needed in our State and the absence of such a school can be attributed as one of the greatest draw backs to our public schools Every district throughout the State should urge upon their Representative the im portance of carefully investigating this matter At a meeting of the members of the Louisville delegation to the Kentucky Legislature held Mon daya letter was drafted calling u0 on W B Haldeman to enter th- race e for the United States Senate and assuring him of the delegations undivided support Mr Haldeman announces that he will enter the rare and fi8ht it ton finish Russia Wants to cut 14 days ou of her calendar to make it corres pond with the rest of the world Probably the Czar would be willing to dispense with almost any fort r night between now and the 22 of last January ii Theodore Roosevelt Jr got his nose slightly inashed in a foot ball game It is now in order that at least a column in every paper in the United States should be de voted to that important event n POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The suit contesting the election of the Democrats fo office in Lou isville was filed by the attorney for the fusiouists yesterday The State Election Commission met at Frankfort at noon day for the purpose of canvassin the returns from the recent election Representative elect M u n n ell Wilson has agreed for f3oo to walk nil theway from Madisonville toI Frankfort for the Legislatures r opening W B Haldeman editor of the Louisville Times Wednesday de cided finally to enter the race for t toe Kentucky United States Senate i from ReIpl1blMonday in regard to the Federal ffices was without result and anther meeting will tie held i ext month otter the opining of Congress President Roosevelt Wednesday a announced the appointment for 1ton number of Fedeial offices for Kentucky W G Dearing succeeds C M Bainettas surveyor of the Port of Louisville and leoege W Long displaces A D James as Marshal for the Western district President Roosevelt has empha- ically declined to grant an view to Henry M Whitney Boston who he tcently accused of misrepresenting his statements in an address last winter to a Mass achusetts committee which visited reIquestion Cfrue Langdon the Republican nomi nee in Pulaski county who was de feated for county clerk by Dan Bor- nd the Democratic nominee has filed a contest suit Bordehs ma jority was 192 Contests were alt filed by two Republicans who were defeated for magistrates by Demo cratic nominees THE POSITION OF RAILROAD LABOR ON RATE REGULATION Washington Nov 17 The following extracts are from a verbatim report of the statement submitted to President Roosevelt by the delegation of railway em ployes from the five great railway labor organizations on their visit to the White House on Tuesday November 14 Presidente When our Chairman Mr Clark introduced the various members of the delegation to you there was lone fact which seemed significant it was this that no official of any degree oppeared from any of the railroad lines that we represent- t We are of the classes which have most to do in the practical opera tion of the most important branch thatris the train department I do not think Mr President that it is necessary to ask you consider the trials and responsihili ties and more than these the sha steprby stepin our daily battle for bread in this profession which we follov I say I think it unnecessary be cause every laboring man in this whole land of ours knows that your keenest interest and sympathy have ever been with the honest worker aunt believe this to be especial Iv true of the classes who come as we do from the very trenches of the railway service In this gathering we assure yor that no taut or partisanship or p litical coloring in any degree ex ists and right here I would say that this freedom from political bi s forms one of the fundamental prir ciples in the various organizations of railroad men that we are representing here today One million and a quarter of rail way employes ia this country have notedwith concern the tendency toward national legislation upon railroad rates and there has appear ed no hint that any general increase in the prevailing rates was contemplated we are forced to believe th the other alternative must follow- t v and a general reduction in the ear ing power ot our railway lines a result There are in this great country of ours two distinct zens first because most importalltI the producer and second and larg est the consumer and between these vast armies we appear carriers from one to the other breldearnIIimately six millicns of peopK whose earning capacity employes halfS al Now Mr President when an legislation is proposed which threatens to draw from our earning ION er we naturally expect that a con mensurate benefit will revert to either one or the other of the fore1 placegd e fit in an increased price for his products or that we shall be enj abled to buy our necessities for lejs our hardearned money which shall it be t The facts that the average of the railway freight rateS of the United States have steadily decreed is from about two cents per ton per mile in 1870 down to three fourths of one cent per ton per r 6 mile today that the farmer has heneIfita that time paid so much for our necessaries as we do to day tern onstrates we think that neither of the two rlases spoken of have had fair share in this enormous divas These may hi homely thoughts but yet they come to us with increased fore when our wel fare is threatened by any reduction- in our employes earning capacity I believe that we cannot be sue cessfully contradicte fwhen we likte number of laboring men in the ofUnited States can show as great a degree advancement in matters thce organizations represented here otheenumber men of the same educational privileges and the same general degree of intelligence a higher standard of citizenship than we present In connection with this I want to SlY relative to railway rate legislation that when ever and wherever any vicious or unfair practices obtain along this ofjfirmbe applied that would be givea to any other corporation or individu al who would rob the public private gain forI Many years and much money have been spent by the organize tins and men here represented in establishing a fair wage and iahorI condition and another full million ofrailway wage earners are still hind us with fair demands unati fied but hoping that future prosperity and protection for the rail rad interests of our country would eventually insure to them a higher wage and more tolerable labs surroundings Therefore Mr President not only for our ehes- and the ones we represent and hold deer hut also for that greatI army of laboring brothers behind us in the railroad world we ask that no national legislation thit shall in any degree interfere with or interrupt the present Cor tutu prosperity of these or any class railway employes receive yourI sanction or approval toOn behalf of this hod of practic al laborers in the railway service foripwhich you have or may hereafter give to thispresetation of our views The Committee which waited upon the President consisted representatives of the labor organ zations of twentyone of the leading railway companies or this country ADJOINING COUNTIES Capt Boyle O Rodeo of Dan rifle for many years President of thoat city is dead Smallpox are at Pine villeIMrs pOlict1menacquitted of killing Hon Black for killing her SamI long as she lives and has to do so Mrs Slots says ie Democrat denounced the verdict in the trial of the officers for killing oflatlIroughther and placed on that hUS1ilalso denied that her husband was1 or even drinking to excess time he was shot MrsIdrunk bears herself with a great bravery and fortitude under cSjher gt eat ordeal She said that she would have to go to work to earn a living for herself and chit dren The sympathy of every one goes out to her iu her dark hour of grief CARNEGIES MISTAKE Some Questions Which Disprove the Scotchmans Praise of Poverty According to Mr Canegie There is nothing so valuable as to be born in poverty and to be corn pelled to go forth and battle for yourself Many will applaud the saying But it is true The poor have no monopoly of virture or intelligence Extreme poverty besieges the cue and dulls the other It is easy to say that the vapid and vicious young man of fortune would have been a de cent fellow If born to poverty but it is hard to prove With his tem perament he might still nave been burden upon society Tllema1l of unusual talent or ge nius if horn in poverty does some fa times escap from his disadvantages to do great work But the excep ISfIt1conquer ucated ambition Zoologists will tell Mr Carnegie that it is not struggle that develops races n species but the favot tag environ inent that permits them to struggle successfullj Were it otherwise the Eskimos would be the Super men In the case ofthe sucessful self SCbillgemann buried cities of Greece Or that he must use his best IRhodes making money and die nt of of his political plans Or Carnegie himself that he was not free to consider problems deal moneymaI i passed Suppose Keats had been miglrit not education aud travel reachedl a sane age of dying ot the lionsIe IThese are questions easy to ask to answer To extremlc ness is creditable To make wealtha means of culture and ofII service is also creditable It character not condition that counts NEWS 1TE31S Mr Wills the Englishman who rwas captured by brigands in Eu rjcein Turkey some months ago and held for ransom has escaped frjm his captors and reached Rest ni The Executive Council of th American Federation of Labor in hits report nt Pittsburg took a firm stood in favor of the enforcement fJlaws and in Goveruieiit work- Representatives greyPt of the five railroad labor organizations cane lodgedTWIl t ent an IItettion to regulate railway freight rates ofThree fine horses the property ueair Sergent Ky cacti valued at 175 with stck Iced farm implements etc were burned in a barn by in ThereIart that locality David Giltwater who set fire 0 IIIttmurder e leis only 12 the Istatueprovides for the grand jury direct to a reforma sory The Kentucky State Conference of Charity and Correction which i in session at Owensboro will ask the Legislature to establish juven ile courts reformatory for women and other remedial legislation IAt a public sale of lots in South Ky about 20000 as realized Private sales amounted to over 9000 Investors II different parts of the State were Americans actiedof murdering two man in Chihuahua Mex fur insurance money have been sentenced to be shot AMATTEROFHEALTH POWER Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE- A Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum phatlc orphosI J 1 i Secretary of State McChesuey received from tl e Board of I Awards of the St Louis Exposition certificate to ihe effect tl at the State of Kentucky received the grand ppze upon its collective min exhibit Accompanying the va a handsomely engraxtrd hearing the signatures of the exposition fflcials The ex hibit of the Stanford Granite and 1Maible Cu attractedattention at the exposition The republic of Switzerland ia busy and thrifty little nation Tl e wiss Republic has an area of 15 976 square miles only and 3315 443 people but its foreign trade normous In 1889 it imported OOdS to the value of 177000000 hen its exports amounted to 140000000 In 1904 the imports- were 248000000 and the exports 179000000 The lirge balance trade agauist the energetic lilt c republic is however more than made up lor by the vast amounts expended in Switzerland bv tour isms by in valia dwelling there the year round aud by foreigners in swiss schools Switzerland has reached the siage when ii can will afford to send thousand of surplus popula tiou to America The Swiss make Ifine settlers Frugal laborious and resourceful as well as intelligent the Swiss imigrant is a vain able accession to American citizen ship Kentucky would be very much better for many such people The Federation of Labor convene iron in Pittsburg adopted a resolu tion condemning the issue of souv enir books and programmes in con nection with union labor events Extreme dissatisfaction is said to be prevailing in Washington over the report of the consulting loud Ion the Panama Canal The foreign members of the board are said to be indignant and sorry they accepted invitation to join the couler ence- e L P Moigan President ofa company and vice presides ofabank in Morehead Ky is inis ing and warauts have been issued for his arrest S li HI LIFE prominentd Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are lade so often in connec ion with Scotts Emulsion hat they are worthy of lccasionalnote From to old age Scotts 111nfancy offers a reliable of remedying im proper and weak develop nent restoring lost flesh vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than th composition of the Emu sion itself What it dots it does throughnourisl men t the kind of nouns ment that cannot be o tained in ordinary foot N3 system is too weak c delicate to retain Scott Emulsion and gather goo from it We will send you a sample free curt that to a libel youburSCOTt BOW Chemists 409 Pearl St h i Sac and JaU druggists tthen lur pure drugs youre on the the hunt Just step right in the yellow front And if I do tie drugs you sell Theyllsurelvmakeyou sound and v ell- And when your babies do get sick Just bring tem here and do be qdck pureThatsure There are other things I have inI store That were bought long since the days of yore Such as cigars tobacco hUd envel ops soapsAndsayThe front is hre to stay piUs1Y0111 lINVEsrIGATEI I IA THOROUGH investigation shown to our customers we are Headquarters for gains Thats vhv ourtrade is large and ingIt lS1win pay you to investigate our prices and us We pay you highest prices produce and you go satisfie- dSpecial Bargains in Winter GooDs HIATT HIATT K- YI 1TT 1iIT mttmtD3 I has 1 that Bar- il1CrC your trade the your away A C HAVE just resumed from the city with fill line of HATS BABY CAPS ldrnsPCht School Hats anti invite the ladies of the county tol giveine A call I am sure I will please you p Mrs ULEO W BROWN BE 21 2i1723 EEErEEiEEErEJ JYgH6ESTl you our of Fall and Winter SHOESI- f linel i not dont tail to do so before buying 6 md both um su- itYoUIrYours 1 f Phone 66 S McKENZIE coIl COME I Iw IE invite all to conic and see us At my store you willalways find a good selection of Dry Goods and I Notions CLOTHINGIWe 11Icarrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices right Yours very truly areI Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE rI YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checkedjupon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FUHNISH Asst Cash AyersPillsWant a beautital bronor rich lack Use KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHSand OLDS Price S0c100Free Trial Sorest sad Quickest Cure for all- THROAT and LUNG TROUBLE or MONEY BA03L C The great rule of health regularAndAyers PillsJwe i K4 DYE rotr en or Mcaum aiu s TO CONSUMPTIVES tohealthaffectionand suffereraacopyfind a sure cure for allthroatinvatnoblewill cost them nothing and may drove EDWARDA c l 1i MI VERNON SIGNAL 1TVERNONKY Nov 24 19C5 79 con up No 79 whenyou Want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 N c 0aj TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p northi 332 a m 93iIdl South 1236 amI TAS LANDRUM Phone No 58 FniTcd at the Mt Ky IoMoflirft ax secondclass mailmuttlrI Sheriff H L Tate is very low MrsJW Tate is with relatives here Jick Conn is talking of going to r Texas soon Rev R B Mahoney was here Wednesday Special Agent J A Chapel was here yesterday Born to the wife of T D Mul lins a boy baby Conn Brown is at home from Central University saDrwas here Wednesday Miss Mae Sowder is visiting Mr Bart Sams at Livingston W H Pennington was here from Richmond Wednesday Mr and Mrs J F Griffin were in the city shopping this week Mrs Mary Conn is visiting friends and relatives in Brodhead Mrs Mahala Carson is visiting her daughter Mrs Dick Cummins Miss Margarite Fish is visiting- her grandmother at Fountain Hea Tenii J T Adams and daughter Miss Vinnie spent several day thi week in the city Mr Joseph Surber of Junction City is here this week visiting his sister Mrs Dr S C Davis Mrs Iva and Miss Ella Dunn of t Brodhead were the guests of Dr and Mrs M D Myers Sunday Mr Thomas Smith of Ford Ky was here this week visiting his niece Mrs W A B Davis J W Prewitt of Hazel Patch was here Tuesday to attend the burial of his sister Mrs R P Nor ton Wade Brown bas given up Ifs school on Crooked Creek and Mrs Georgia McClure wiil finish teach itMrs Edgar Griffin stopped Tuesday on her return from Man tourg to Corbin and spent a night with Mrs R B Mullins Dr M Penninjiton will leave i Sunday for Aihville N C with his wife to spend several weeks for her health Attorneys L W and B J Be thurum were in LaFulictie thi week defending Homer Walli who is on trial for killing a man while on the poice force in that town several months ag- oLOCAL BARGAINS IN HATS Now is your opportunity will sell all trimmed hats as reduced prices from now until December 1st Dont fail to give me a call MRS CIKO W BROWN tTo TRUSTEES I request that each board of trustees throughout the county shall meet and have a settlement with their treasurer for the year 1904 in districts where levies were made The law sa that each t reasurer shall settle on a year please file a copy of said settlement with me so that I may know how each district in the qty stands financially Refipt yours G M Ballard PUBLIC SALE 1 as executor of the will of K 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 the following property to wit i two horse wagon and harness buggy and harness i riding cu vator onehalf interest in two horse cornplanter I mowing machine i good harness mare 2 good work horses I cow 2 fat hogs too barrels of corn 40 bales millet hay i household and kithen furniture aiming implements etc Terms made known on day of sale J J SMITH Exect ot r S r rH t IIfyou have a fErm for sale now time to place same in the hands of the Rorkcastle Real Estate Co Ve understand that carlet fev and diptheria are ragig alnan r1 the children in different parts the county The child of Mrs Henry Cox which has been very sick with scar et fever is better Mrs Cox lives with htr father Win ArnoliIDr M Penuingtitn Queemn street to Mr J L Myers consideration rnoo G Len Spadin of Lebanon the originator the Proctor Knott gar has been adjudged insane and sent to he lexingon as hUll Rockcastle Real Estate Co IThe options on one hundred 0r good Rockcastle farmsop he good 30 days if a longer option inot desired by the owners Read the ayertiseutent pf Ruts gee fi Sons elsewhere in this P per andgee how easily some ont jo going to get absolutely flee a 75 buggy You may he the one no Indy knows The jiirj in the case of James Carter on trial at Stanford charged with killing Cecl CrutcrfieU at a Sunday dance near Uttenheim that county in July last failed to agree andwere discharged Eight art id to have been for a life sea tence and four for acquittal Mrs R P Norton died of heart trouble Monday She was sitting before the fire sewing and appar ently feeling as w 1as she ever did and all at once fell from be chair lifeless She was a sister n J W Prewitt of Hazel Patch anding a noble Christian woman Th family have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement camdh soon no more The houses are now being torn down and shipped to Straight Creek Bell county where the Big Hill Coal Co will souls begin op etations The operations of the Big Hill Coal Co in Rockcastle have proven a loss to the company to an amount of over 200000 oo Every thing will be gone from J ohnet1t by the first of the year Mr William Duu ell returned t his Rockcastle home Wednesday from Indiana He went to that State nine days ago to make hi home with one of his sons but h e got homesick in that short time bundled and started trek to his oldKentucky home He says haLI rtheter from the spring in his yard un der the old oak tree for all of Indi ana and all the Western State thrown inIThere will be union Thanksgiving services held at Brodheid Bit list church Thursday Nov 30 Special prayer and song service from 1015 to ii a m n to 2 sermon by Rev J A Sawer Evening services from o15 to 7 p m Prayer and sog service 7 to Pikne every one cordially enviled The merchants are kindly requested close their places of business at come worship with us Com To OUR CORREsroNDiNTSNo- that the election is over and noting lt out of the ordinary to cousutueof time and thought of the peo Ile it is time for ever one to gc down to business again To our correspondents we want to say that good letters giving the full news of the county is what we want and what the reskers of the paper want and hope to have a good letter from every one one of our splendid coutriutions not onlv niJCt week but every week thereafter ceWe understand that surveyors are now at Brodhead looking out a route for a new road to leave this line at some point between Brod head and Gum Sulphur and con nect the K C load one report says near Langford and another re port says Conway It has been ru sueAh a in order to avoid heavy grades one coming South from Brodhead and the other corning North from Pine Hill However lttthe only thing we can stale for an certainty is that the surveyors are in Brodherul To go further than that would be saying something no one save the railroad officials themselves knows any thing about The public is never told vhat therailroadcompany is going to do until it is done ff f The two weeks old baby of Mr and Mrs Ehner Houk of Maret burg died Monday Rome Adams of Livingston passed through Tuesday to Lancas Mrterwhich be sold for 165 Mr S H Martin requests us to say that he is just as liberal a Ills good friend Allen Hiajt at that the hunters are always tt el come on his Rt placeIthe Sundayschools met at the dore mitory Wednesday when it was de cided that the three Sundayschools voald unite and have one trer at the courthouse on mas night as Christmas eveChristI on Sunday Mrs Je Frn t died at br ho at Wilton Tuesday of lever Mrs Pros was well known here at rhad a hrst of friends who regret much to learn of deal agShenon Tnt of Lady Maccabees at nrMd 1000 All tarries idebted to me an respectfully a ked to call aria sett same htrov5tlt We need the money HId ae compelled to have it If these accounts are TOt paid we will be forced to pace them in a the hands of nil attorney for collec tiou Last notice J A Wood Orlando ejIistacittnge Etaan extensile scale It is a splenbe did vein and the same o coal as that lound in l1vtrel count tltranglf t purposes MARRIED Miss Dora Hatcher daughter of R B Hatcher of Lev el Green and Mr Wtlhara Beatty late of Roe Hill Va but now lo cattc1at Corbin as fireman on tho C V division of the L N were married at the home of the bride yesterday morning the Rev James be Cummins officiating They came t to Mt Vernon yesterday and took the train for Mr Beattys home in Virginia f r thtir brtJtltrJpv ed =LIYINUSTCKN Junoc hIaslnd b anon Junction Mrs Egbert Hays who has been quite sick with mata trents elIr of La Follette Tenn is a guest at Ssvisited friends at Cortpa Friday and Saturday Ella Stanley is visiting Mrs BrackI Graves atCorbin Mrs Kate Pet tus and children of Crab Ochard- were the guests of Ms Browning this tvicekhiss Co HI 1 Adams is visiting at Mt Vernon Mrs J S Cooper and son Archie ji w ere the guets of Mr and Mrs Buck French at their country home s Hurday and Sunday Mrs guestdto Paris Monday accompanied Ethel Hajes John 1lclerrantw ho has had typhoid fever at the home Mrs W J Cbildres is slowly improving Little MS C- clrt ht haG an attack of fever 11gueste Pine Hill is a gttcif uf Mrs W J Childress Miss Anna Mel t Walton entertaintd Monday after noon at the Klondvue home of Mr and Mrs John Walton in honor of her i4th anniversary The guests were Lela and Maggie Arganbright Nora Burton Sister and Josephine Elmore Annie Fishback Cleave and Maud Mcpuire Mary P Willie Tubbs Esther Walton da and Myrtle Poynter Stella Rey nolds Louis El more Floyd Bryant Frank Orndorf Ben FJshlfeckGeo Sambrook Jr Cecil McClure Vie tor and Walter Ooens Iveryb had a good timeM liar Jenkins returned to Lebanon J tion Thursday Mr and Mrs John Argenbught of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mr and Mrs Dave Ar genbright Miss site Hilton of Middlesboro is the guest of Miss Myrtle Chtwuing Rev Briscoe of Garrard county hold reviv al services at the Baptist church beginning Tuesday Nov 28th Al are welcome Mr Briscoe bas I w J ben called fora lar pastor Sundays every Woodall returned IIEt1TZi Patch She s J E B uo repdoqIditions Large congregations ai tended and the music led by Mr Ed A bright was excellent There voiceIever htaJ i1allY town in Ke- aachyG So ir he tcnso vial artist oail kinds of triiits al Mahonytloain yesterday en roue to MtVei busrillcorrespondent went to sleep ihis afternoon son the last mo ment I lustily jt down a few lines as l perambulate between tin smokehouse and kitchen to use sentence J herd in the show iit Brodhead Hall last night Fred i soul and gets the hot end of 10joly jokes bs friends are alwaysp an hint but rything goes as he is aware of fact that his 320 lb self can nd any kind ofa hard joltLt suodheadcourteous young men as can found in any town ofa similai Statetsensetby being fond of attractive young ladles who abound here in larg- enumbersBy invitation I visitec1 the rooms of the Brodliend Young liens Club They hive things arranged for comfort and pleasure with a library etc but the decc rations caught my eye all right and their bootblack and bell boy are individuals whose sagacity has to seen to be thoroughly apprecia dand they are honeys The ob jects and aims of this Club are to cultivate friendliness which is ogee in the world todIy worse tutu anything else The efforts of these yotinjf aien are highly oomtneuda hieA fellow has to be aroui d Bro head a few days to know for himselfwhat a hustling business ce this town is but this part of inIourTite in Uoitioa sere ilMama ty of the Senate Committee ou terstate Commerce now consid the railway rate question Washington will favor a mess me giving more power to the Iu trstate Commerce CommIssionI Ayers Falling hair means weakhairI Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks hairI1Vigorofhgrow completely cures dan druff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark Color ofearly life wagrahair tiror It niiicklrstoppeiltliofalllngan- dmaaemrliatmlllconlili It j LI J fRtQAIIlrt Pnllillg air 1OSTED We the citizens of Rockcastle whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting or tresspassing of any kind on our premises An will prosecute to the extent of th law all parties guilty of such W E Graveley J G Frith Wm Hysinger Sam Maharg Nancy p Smith Jas W Moore Leecell1Mrs Eliza Cook J J Cook Geo D Moore MOORE OFFUTTS 1905oSALEleyAT A LOTFree TO THEI These lots are dosirably located on Baibourvile and Hamlin Streets A FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER LOT 98x125 ft Wlfff GOOD WELL iiEasy Payments MOORE OFFUTr Agents aj GTSENiAY- ABSOLUTELY FREE One 7500 Bugggy to the lucky man woman or child who holds the winning ticket ITH every dollnrsworthof goods bought at Our Store for Cash we will lotathis high grade buggy which you can see ou exhibitio in front of our store All tickets will he put in a wheel md the following gentlemen have agreed to act as judges in deciding the winner W L Richards S C Fmnklin geld E S Albright goliItUpPoltlinityYours with best wishes KRUEGER SONS DONT BORROW TROUBLEI It is a baa habit to any thing but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn t by the pains and poisons of dys hilliousness Brights dis glontsymptoms but fly for relief to Elec tric Bitters Herr you will find re and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Price soc Guar an teed THe ricelofirifialy Practice limited to Abdominal and Pelvic Surgery General Surgery Dis ChestGcnitourinalDiseases of Nervous System Skin and Gastro Intestinal track This Institution is prepared to administer Mas sage Hot Air Vapor Baths Hydro StaticElectricitytions No contagious diseases ad pramptIALL PHYSICIANS INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HEUE- FOrt TREATMENT Southern ladArkansas oJ i red rolling perfect drain ge D swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas and bettered to be the coming countryporonsclay est lauds in Southwest Splendid rangeWritebooklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and zt L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 6 President Roosevelt Ins sent a message congratulation to King Ha ikon VII the new ruler of Norway te a tnnt11t = ff DIRECTOR 3Mt Vernon Stock Can furnish on short no Mice Metalif Coffins and Caskets and have = Edonc Fine Hearse attached 3 by wire Filled = Phone No 63 = 11U1U1UlU1Ul11U1U1UllUU1UllU1UllHllll1UlUHH The YELLOW Front THE OLD BEST IN THE COUNTY Drugs No Charge a All come fur treatment prPHONEe88 g GRANVILLE OWENS i LYTAR I W = j on itO4Li jj J- iy SHOE i X UV u R WITH THEJCMAR ACTE- RWOMAN SI byeF Sons MT VERNON KENTUCKY PRICE i3OO f To a in Take Tom SeVeR Million boxes sold in post 12 months This signa nt t11 Willis Griffin g PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL Ky =s vvi Complete Embalming ORDERS Promptly == 7ilUH1Ul RELIABLE DRUGSTORE Anywhere for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases Specialty for fJCAV 1Ir Brodhead KYI COMPLETE LINE RObeSIAll m An pZ Krueger Cure Cold One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine tttntntntnttn Cheapest ISWelL Ores Crip 1M Two Days 1 Oft every boz25c J If you want to buysell or rent any kindof Real Estate in Rockcastle 1you ought to see usjWe can always save you money ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE CO 1 Mt Vernon Zy E S ALBRIGHt ST f 1 8 irflfJ BEWARE OF IMITATIONSt of FOLlEiPS IIONEi AND TAiOn account of the great merit and popularity of FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR for Cough Colds and Lung Trouble several manufacturers arc advertising imitations with similar sounding names with the view of profiting by the favorably l known r Tet DO faOT E 1 1POSEij MPN getWeFOLIHF3 HONEY AND TAR you do not get the original and genuine Remember the name and insist upon having FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Do notrisk life or health b taking imitations which cost you the same as the genuine i00Prepared s l1Fo SOLO ANn RECGE88EKDED SY r t3i WIT VERNON DRUG CO n DISASTER AT SEAS ity Ey the Vmk of the Strainer Hilda 128 Persons Lost Their Lives OVER 63 BODIES WASHED ASHORE The Diath Hull Includes 21 Saloon la SigI r 31 French Union Sellers by and of the CICWt Entrance To St Malo Harbor Where the Disaster Occurred Is One of the Most Difficult Known To Mariners London Nov 20The Southwestern railways cross channel steamer Hilda vas wrecked by striking on the rocks off St Alalo on the north coast of Fiance anil it is believed that 100 or inure of her passengers and crew were drowned The Hilda left Southampton Friday night for St Mao t considerably more than lOg souls o Loard Her passage was greatly de rayed by a fog in the channel and when nearing St Malo she ran into a tevere snow storm apparently missed her course and foundered on the roclsJ off Jardin lighthouse three miles fromtSL Malo London Nov 21Qne hundred am twentyeight persons lost their hive in the wreck of the London and Southwestern Railway Cos steamer Hilda oft the northern coast of France Sat urday night according to an official 1are estimate given out Monday night by tho officers of the company This death roll includes 21 saloon passengers 80 French onion sellers and 27 ol he crew St halo France Nov 21Realiza tion of the full extent of the disaster to the cross channel steamer Hilda came to the people of St Malo as re ports of the finding of bodies were re ceived from different paints along the coast In all over bodies have been CaptCregoryed bodies of saloon passe- gers have been identified These are Mrs Rook her two children and their governess Dr Stanley his wife an two daughters and a maid Maj Mrs Price Mr Wellesley and Mr Crindc The survivors are rapidly to the harbor of St Malo Is one of the most difficult known to mariners On Saturday night a blinding snow storm with haze and high winds prevailed and It is wonder that even so littleI navigator as Capt Gregory lost reckoning especially as at the poin- where illthe Hilda struck only a fe yards deviation from the regular course meant destruction Torpedo boats dispatched to the scene of the wreck ascertained that there is no proof of salvaging the vessel FIRE IN A DliSTILLERY Over 800000 Gallons of Whisky and a Warehouse Destroyed Connellsville Pa Nov 20At the A Overboil distillery at Broadford 810000 gallons of whisky furnished a spectacular fire entailing a loss of 000000 Loss fully covered by insurance Tho main bonded warehouse was burned to the ground A steady northeast wind which blew the flames toward the Youghiogheuy river saved the town of Broadford the buildings of the H C Frick Coke Co and the B K O railroad station from tion Smoke was first seen issul from the third story of the building which was aongslde the B O tracks Joseph McDonald and George PatckSn employes of the company climbed up the fire escape and open one of the small Iron doors The were caught in a cloud of smoke whf suffocated them and they dropped u conscious on the fire escape They were rescued by other workmen THE NORWEGIAN THRONE Were 257710 Votes Cast For Prince Charles and 68852 Against Him Christiana Nov 16 The official fig Urea show that 257710 votes were cast IT favor of Prince Charles of Denmark Ith king of Norway and 08852 against Jilai The results In seven small con stituencies have not yet been reported A telegram was received from Prince Charles accepting the offer of ti throne According to Aftou Post the prince will take the title of Ca 113125 Vland the royal flag will be a gold ifon on a purple field The muaicip- t constituted itself a ionnnltjes io prepare for the reception of Prince Charles Normal Conditions in St Petersburg St Petersburg Now Normal conditions of life are being resumed here The workmen are returning to work the electric light plants are in operation via telepionic commnnica lion has been restored Declined the it tionIWashington Now 21Au invitation was extended to President Roosevelt Senator Cullom of Illinois to at a banquet which is to be giveTj under the auspices of the San moin 121TheCadets Must Wear Mustaches Kingston OnL Nov 21All the ca dets attending the royal military college have been ordered to wear mustaches No reason is given but it is said it is desired to give an older gp mmCe3 to f11etsITO THE VSTSOUTHWESTIC- ALIF0RNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Routnfrom St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Onenay Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 903 to Arkansas Tr xas Indian Oklahoma Territories and points in other Western States Great opportunity for the Homesseeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays o each month limited 21 days Lands cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect winter resorts of the West an Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Mission Pacific Railway I or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc cousult nearest GnMatthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky dam I find I Southern By BETWEEN Cincinnati Chi1ttanoogftAttlta Binningham HnoXJiile Asheville Mobile Jacksonville New Orleans SHrevepcart a Texas Points Eonfcla Daily clcaa Service to Chattanooga Atlanta andnNew Orleans Dining anti Obsesvaiioa Cars fd1W A Garrett Vt BJiit ntc Ge1I- id t I THNK THE LORD ried Hannah Plant of Little Roc kl Ark for the relif I got fro m Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which 1 had suffered for S years It is a marvelous healer for cuts buns and wounds Guaranteed at Mt Veinon Drug Cos drug sto cents 0819T3FZIJ3the of ai 38 DollarsC1o TO 1r California AD THE IORTH 5 IIFHOJI IrISnLI I THE i e ode rson Route COt RESIO DI G Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all interim iate pointgce Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 car Also SPECIAl HOMKSEKKRKS Sauthewest on car If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket readsover the HENDER SON KOUTl between Louis ville and St Louise Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union thedJ IRWIN IIL Gen Pasngs Agt- LQt1ISV11 LIt KyI TOGO TO uJ EY It is thiwiy When I nee spectacles go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes teud and le does it right When they heed dunging he does it free o hirge He also keeps sewing machim leedles for all machines oil belt c Repairs your spectacles whei broken your watches and clock when they dont run Hunsotf TOGO OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Routt IUd its connections the shortest lId quickest line from St Louis City of Mexico through San Auto nio and Laredo Through Pnllmat sleepers daily leaving St Luub 221 p in and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor rnttslrliterature rates etc see nearest GIlaIn Rate KcomSM Norton Bldg Louisville Kv TEXAS Ifouare contemolatina change locate in Texas where t IWhJlot ne mild and a home hei be purchased for whifiou pay gnarly in rent in the Norlh Texas offers opportunities for frui and truck growers not equaled inj other sectiop of our cointtj reWrite for literature and Homeseek tllIL O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route CincinnatiO1 r 1 ROCKCASTLEletl JJIT YEKNON KY o FARM NO llhis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek mar Urodhciid Ky is one of the b st farms in the county and will lie sold tf bargain the owner being unabij to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under a fence 170 acres in cultivation baton cis timbered three houses on farm good as wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchar- dFAR11No9Consisting of Ififi s ores near Conway 100 acres butt land 0 acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price 580000 well worth IOOtIOOJIFARM No IA farm of 185 acres ry yeidesirable eu and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses never failit g spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post ollice A most desirable location and wihingI a on acre tract waterlgofarm good residence and one tenshouse Can be bought for S5i000 AI great bargain FARM NOSo acres of land oothat tween Brush crock and Orlando acres in cultivation balance timber two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM No lilOO acre tract mitesI west of Alt Vernon on Somerset road 60 acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory residence barn and all necessary outbuildings Large orch ard and plenty water Price 000 NO i8o acres near PrIPAlnl residence all udder fez oo acres in cultivation plenty tim be to run farm and well watered In one the best neighborhoods in the county Price FAR NO GH acres near Freedom church splendid resident and a most desirable farm Price S2000 a bargain boo GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Jot Henry Watteisons raper wa to share the profits of this pros ous year with its subscribers proposes to give away twenty Chr isSrmas presents ranging from io to o amounting to 600 There will be four general preset of loo 50 and 20 and sixtee presents of 30 and 20 to be g hel in the states of Kentucky Iuda Tennessee Texas Mississippi h souri Virginia and Alabama 1 plan is fair and simple Write to CourierJournal Company Lot vie Ky for a copy of the Wee CourierJournal giving full detail It will be sent free CASTOR Ilrt For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3onatue 1- iBANClS VAILEK LANK OfSmthwest Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom mad soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruit and vegetables Yield big crop Lanetnow cheap but gate this fall Home eekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 an 21 Write for St Francis Valle bookletL SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati Q STRANGE FREAK A new wonder comes across tli2 Atlantic from Sunny Italy to ex ploit a jlizlinsi and pecuiar per f rnrmix He is Pril L Can Mcbael of llipes who stt les bin Eel the worMs only fcinttical marve a ilrcriptioti that nny b dmpifid into the man who hlows thrttugh his eyo Pn aicouthe theatr cil t ige is s ppmg temporarially in this city At hu hotel jester iiy he gave a private exhibition of the queer accon phs hment upon which he bases hs claim to fame In the language of liesdeshow lecurer there was i o deception shout the actIHe begin by trils with cotton a physiciiu prcs ent superintending the operation A lighter candle was pacel upm a table Standing sever feet the pruflsorclld his iirrIhI tightly placed an ordinary glass medicine tube to huts eye and with a 5ilgie puff extinguished the flimsy Itivitaliitns t Uiuse present tu at tempt the feat were unanimously Around one didof the same a cIIll1pcci toy rubber balloon was hound and spedily infl teed to tilt bursting point with air Plac ing a cigarette in a holder he ar plied the mouthpiece to Irs eye and expelled the smoke from his mouth scud the other eye itha mini attire glass Mowing outfit and In the same process he manufactured number of glass ornaments whicl were distributel among his guests souvenirs N it her the prfessor nor the p aI ian wt re able to offer any om planatio of the queer performance but the letter agreed in prononnc the proiessi r to ba striking physical phenomenon He expects to remain here a few weeksPhil adelphia Record THE = LIs OF PINES Press dispatches announce that movement has een started b the residents of the Isle of Pines that icousin some tnharrass 3tHIIIIdthat at the lace of the Span ish war it was tactily understood this island slo lid elong to 1mIIdcan citizens took upI heir residence there and bought about fivesixths of the land It seems that in th settling up the result of the war was left under Cuban authority The American residents being di satisfied wish the Cuban rule hoce territc10rial government as a part of the United States and are asking rear g nition as such by the Washington government It is stated that tilt ministration officials fret ttit they can not do this and keep tai h with their obligations and itlitii to the Cuban Republic It w doubtles be amicably set Itll h U just how it can be dore in justi to both the Isis of Pines peltpau the CuDan Government is cansi ifficials some barr a nlru 0ITEKrnalIItConsumption runs in our Ian erd through it Tot myiro writes E B Reidr f Ili nony Me For the ptr fit allears hovvewr on the slight es ign of ciuth or cold I ha e tak n lr Kings New D scovery fir ecu umptlon which has saved nir naram serious lung trouble Hit others death was a sadnos tll hyir Reid he It arned that nit hrrouhlt must not ne srvgr ctefl a t Iiow to cure it Qiiokest rel 10nd cure for coughs ant cold lric 5ic and Sio guariutetd It Gernon Drug Cos ding t t ti rbl bottle free Tho Kirnl Tou Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has bccuinadounuer his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations an Justasgood arc hue Experiments that trifle with anti endanger the health of Inlauts and ChildrenEcperienco against Experiment lftfh t is CASTORIA astora harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare genie j CiS and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium 3Zurnhie nor other Narcotic suuststnee Its age is its guarantee It dcstiojS Worms anti allays Fevcrlsluicss it cures Diarrhoea anti Vied Colic It relieves Tecthing1 Troubles cnn s Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regirJates the rCloKiach and Sowels giving hcstlthy isc1 natural sleep iho CbiUlreas P llacearhc QIoliuvfs Ilj t11 eL CASTOR r3141tslf JBcJirs the Signature of fnllgJnLIn Use For Over 30 Years CNTaun 67X7 Net Tfl1t cn ir 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LI XK of Caskits Robes tic Orders by 1clc attendlcd promptly Stanford W M Francisco i1101UUCXTAL WORKS Broiifacad Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Farm For Sale li 0 acre tract of land on thelOne of Crooked creek One dwel urr house tiuilrrand coal The farm cheapseDG CLARK jul i4 tf Orlando Ky OASTRIABears tlo rlhsKiadYoallanAhnjsBHfeU Bigsataro ef kAW US freely and your will send in how Advisory The C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON t6rOFFICE On 2rd floor The Bank Mt Vernon Church street Special attention given collections No L MYERS FirstClass Work OFFICEAt C11ilIamsPHONE Will be office BRODHEAD every MONDAY till Tuesdry- rtoon DAYI I NINE Tablets All druggists refund money fails W Groves signature each box cts CASTOeABears thelksSignature fZt tU ToWOMENYou will never get well and hapa py hearty and free from pain until build constitution with a nerve refreshing bioodmakingt- onic like It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegeta1JteIas backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down etc It is building strengthmaking medicine for the only medicine that is certain you Try it Sold by every druggest in a100 bottles WRITE A f frankly in LETrERI ence telling us all troubles We free advice plain sealed envelope to cure them Address Ladies Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn f If KY ot of on to Phone So M DentistMt f j residence on Cld No 73 in at noon the if it to cure E is on 25 rt you pains a women to do good YOU ARE FRIENDS ofGailatinhavegtined myhusbandweight in gold to all suffering ladies