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M .'fflC?7 !a Br&w fJZ$r&i Tm CTT?1r C Brs ratesp' W"WMMMMJlWWMlMWUWHWMBWMMIBMWBMMnMaMMaMI,M,-PILED SUIT FOR $100,000. News in Kentucky BANK CLERKS HELD. , sensptr.-- ey Chrrned Ajsilnst Praml nent Kentuoklani. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 0. The American .Bond IteRerve Co., of Chicago, formerly tha Southern Mutual Investment Ccu of this city, filed suit for $100,000 damages In the circuit court Monday against tho l'ldollty Trust Co., W. W. Storta, John A. Lancaster, J. H. Miller and Benjamin P. Washer, of Louisville, alleging that for the purpose of Injuring tbe plaintiff company the defendants ronsplrcd together to Induce coupon holder-- ) of the company to lnitlli.t .ast t':e plaintiff company, and also that letters have bren circulated by tho defendants tending to convey the Information that the affairs of the company were grossly mismanaged, and that the' funds werf being converted by the officials of the company to their own uie and that the company was tneolvsnt. The alloged damaging litters said U have boon circulated byTtho defendants wete signed by W. NV'. Storts and J. II. Miller, committee, . s $3C3eoe&D: & &Y The Cashier 8et Off the Burglar AUrm In the Bank. - t And Sel It For Less. 1 -- Louisville, Ky., Dec. 4. Bocause Cashier Lewis Ormsby, of the Citizens' National bank, opened the safo after business hours, forgetting there was a burglar alarm, and then walked avay from the building without notifying tho authorities that It was ho who opened tho big vault, tha building was surrounded sd ent'.y-- d by be pa"r? and every clerk In It placed under arrest. The clerks e'ndeavored to explain that no ono h:d tampered with the eafe, but this did not satisfy the poMce. The telephones were kept hot In a vain effort to locate the. cashier. Ho was not at hoinj?, and he was not at his club, and for a tlmo It looked as though there was nothing for the police? to do but to tal.o the now thorto tha fockup. oughly angry tlerl-This course he J about been dtlded on when Mr. Or.usbv was located, and, hastening to 'ho hank, ho relieved an BODY LOST IN TRANSIT. otherwise veiy embarrassing sltua-tlon- . It was tfter 10 o'clock before Relatives of Charles Glass. Unable to tho clerks finally ?ot awry from tho Find Hlo Remelms. s Jrili 1 TIE MONTH All Kin n ,v. i '4 ji m 8F DECEMBER Let us exchange good' wishes. We not ohlv rwish but will give you the lowest prices on all $ seasonable goods. S4 "..E. ITkl .'tii ) h K I Our Guarantee Men's Heavy High-toMen's Brogans .Boy's Brogans ' A j Lai JVi building. , , gHfy1W'-giWWHB!- j killed In a Took Poison on Beng Arrested on a ,'allroad oonrtrdcjjon cainp., at Danville, 111,, Suniiayj November 26, was , Charge of Forgery, lo?t on the rnllnnd In transit and hrs hive. The dead man's Lexington, Ky Dec, 4.John atev-on- not yet son of Mrs, Pattlo B, Htevns, at- relative) l:afl bep heroor tour dav3, and have tempted suicide at police headquarters oxpcctlng the tho 'authorities at Canvllls. after being charged with forgery, H9 was arrested on Information furnished who have been irylnj; to locate "tyo y was eithby Deputy Sheriff H. D. Wilson, of hody. It 's bel'eveVl Yan Wert, O., and was found at thu er stolen or shipped to the wrons ad1 homo of his mother, on Fayetto ave dress. pue, having reached here from th SITTING IN ACHAIR. Ohio town, After being looked up it was discovered that ho had taken, a portion of a vial of laudanum, but not Dead Girl Was: Found1 With Hssd Almcst Byrned From Body. enough to cause death, Tho bottler was concealed In his shoe. Stovou Parln, Ky., Dec. 5. A tenement ha bpen "arrested beforo, but was alhouse on Lower Main street burned ways acquitted, Monday, and the many occupants had TO PaiSON FOR LIFE, aairow escapes. ",Mamle Armstroar, tged 16, colored,, an ltnald, was found Wtslthy Land Owner Convicted of after tfie flro slttli-- s In a chair, with, Killing His Cousin. her head almost burngl from her body. By heroic efforts Fireman Ed London, Ky., Dec. 4. JJlck Garrison, Hlte rescued Loi Anderson, mother of tho'weaUhy land owner of Leslie coun- the .child, In a prostrate condition. t-nil Their Goods Here ? LOWER PRICES for Sonic ty, who has been on trial In tha olr Lofs Jl.COO . cult court at Hyden for seyeral day Goods that's why. Shot Cejd on Street. s for tho killing pf Felix Hoskins, hi Campbell, Ky Dsc. 5, Jamfrs Shlpp cousin, real eatato aud tlmbor dealer, vas rentonced to servo a life term in who until recently wasa butBh'br herej arid- - aske-d-I- f After tho arrived ;haji3gtpntla,ry bjutha-Juc. -,,., .. murder Garrison escaped In women'n Jpo Smith, anothsr butcher, was In t. wpllp, xnp r,.IinK Learning thct-h-- s town. was. Ship-- " clothes, but was finally arrested. stepped Into a hardware store, tro Mattings nnd Buggets, Feast of Hausenpfeffer. . cut red a shot gun and looked for Newport, Ky., Dec. 4. Capt, Cast Smith. Half a Muaro'aVvay he fount! '. Felt Boots, Men'snnd Ladies' ' Hub) )ers. Thamnsson of Fire Company No. 1. hlm 01 the stbe? and shot him dea'cH " . ' v ' i who has been on a hunting trip with Newport P'loneer Dead. , Shoes every Kind nixl'Sisse, (f of Everybody several other members of tho comy Newport, Ky., Dec. 5. James. H. M. pany, returned with- 42 rabbits. The "Newport Men's, Youths' nml Children's Huts. "Besf Line oC jarae was.jnado Into hausenpfeffer, Itoss, 6G, a pioneer clUcns of In ths engine house to died suddenly at tho family residence. ' and was served In Third street. Mr. Rom waa'born hf Men's, "Youths' mid Children's Suits the friends of ths ffrtNles. Overcoats in Boekcastle. Newport. Ho is survived by a widow )k Louisa Post Office Robbed, .. Groceries and Baven children He?en, Louise 20 pounds Granulated Sugar, One Dolhuv-xJjOwlngsvIUa. Ky.i jDec. 4. Robbers Martha, Ross, Knox, Lindsay and Mrs entered tho post office at Louisa by ClarencQ Aldin. Dry- GioSas, Notions and Furnishings. . They blew open forcing the Indicted In Powell County. T'.wlii.a' Missis' .Tni'knt.M. , Cloaks and tho'sdfo and stole $25 In money and Loxlfigton, Ky., Dec. C. Word was stamps. Then they trto'o a boat be- -' longing to. tho ferry company, In received here from Powell county that Wraps.- Xadies' Fascinators ( which they crossed Big Sandy river .the grand Jury had returned Indictt ments against former Stato Revenuo . ana escapeiu and Underwear. Agent A. M. Harrison and Edward Flood at Louisville. 0((er, of this city, for violations of Uir Louisville, Ky., Dec. 4. Oakdale, a state revenur Jaw In th collection of juburb of Louisville, was flooded. back taxes. Eightoon hog3 were found drowned Books Blank Two Burned to Death. and 200 chickens met tho samo fftto, Hwlwnre and Qiicehswnro; Hopklnsvlle, Ky Dec. 5. Gus East, The families of Biucq Bernard und and Stationery, ' Stoneware. ... aged SO, fell Into the flro and was burnThomna Dalton, on,Thlrd street, wor ed to death during an" epileptic fit. The moved In wagons to dry ground. --BAUGAINS. Sdress of Autlce Perkins, 4 years old, Pay Tribute To Dead Elks. the daughter of E. Perkins, caught fire mc. 4. Covington a!) tUe played beforo an open grate. Covtngtcn.-Ky.- j mmlml!!fH!!:!!!:!!!!!:!!m!!l!I!m!!!!m::!m,!!m!!!m lodgo of Elks had beautiful memorial Sho was burned to death exercises at the auditorium In tha pub-H- e Rev, .John Newton Hall Dead. library building, awaited ltuler n. Fulton, Ky Dec. if Rev. Johnfew-toG. Williams presided and thJ exercise Hall, editor of tho Baptist Flat-wcro attended by a largo gathering und a, leading Baptist minister nnd de vhlch filled the hall. bater of the south, died hero Monday 'Although ho was only G7 years old he Death of Col. R. B. Metcalfe. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 4. Col. II. D. had been a devout advocate of tht Motcalfe, a veteran of the civil war, Baptist creed for 22; years. died at his home in this city, aged 80 Identified by a Putty Knife. years. He was born In Bourbon counrill means o. Louisville, Ky., Dec. ty In 1825, and was a graduate of Wc3t Ti'.rl azd r.!3J of a c0l!e;e of m?d!-cl- a putty Vnlfe which 13 corr'ed In h' r pocket, tha body of John Looser, painter who was killed In the Loulr A Legislator's Death, vllle and Nashvlllo railroad yards, was Smlth'and, Ky., Dec. 4, T. Everett identified cfisr being viewed by 20' Butler, representative from t!)e Sev' people., . D i ess Wk Wtm IwiliH cnth district, died in Denver., wheie "Little .Joe" Holcovb Ssntfnc-d- . he Is wlint . ou will lmvo If ynu buv a p ilr of tlr he went for his health soon after on Mayklng, Ky., Dec. 6. Tho Jury In county attornoy was nominated for , L. DOUu . a ahoetC. Ttuy hi-CeLliittiu the case against "Llttlo Joo" Holromh inailo ovee tha foot form tliu last and combine tbe democratic ticket a year ago. charged with tho itallclous shootlnf Pit, Style, Wear and Comfort In tha Zelgler's 8trlng of Horses. of'L'd Roark on Line Fork last Jatj LxInston Ky Dec. 4. Trainer uary, returned a verdict, giving hlri Charles Hughes has arrived here from one year In the penitentiary. the east with the racing string of Hen-r- y Dropped Dead of Heart Disease. M. Zelglor, the Cincinnati turfman, Nlcholasvlilo, Ky., Eec.' 5. Mrs. C. and the, horses will be wintered at tho G. Taylor, the Wife of a prominent HIgh'and farm In this county. farmer of this county, dropped dead of Earfy Settler Dead. heart disease. lhe leaves Haven chilCovington, Ky., Dec. 4. Nancy Rou-- ' dren, the youngest of wTiom la four dobush, one of tho early settlers of months old. m. In I (iHVIHHH i Covington, died at tho residence of Kentucky Federation of Labor. Mrs. Charles Wasson, In $2 r0, $3 and 8:1.00. This hIioo stands for nil her daughter, Covington, Ky., Dec. 5. Tho Kenat G22 Garrard street, of uraemlc poithat U best In tho making of Shoes). tucky State Federation of Labor con, Wo have our winter stock on tho shelves, In soning after a brief Illness. vention was called to order at tho Odd all tho dlfforont leathers, styles and widths. If Hunter Accidentally Killed. Follows' hall by President James D. you want to jret tho worth of your money and Covington, Ky., Dec. 4. Albert Wood. About 200 delegate)) wero pres''inako your feet plal," glvo us tho opportunity and wo will do tho rest. Wessling, of this city, was shot and ent. Wo soil everything, but If lhcro Is ono lino accidentally killed by Fred Schultss After Rating Bureau. moro than another which tickles our vanity, It while hunting rabbits at Persimmon s our oomploto Una of DOUGLAS SHOES. Louisville, Ky., Dec. C Distillers ot In .Campbell county. He lived Grove, Kentucky will cause a bill to be In for a few hours. troduced In the next legislature lookSentenced To Dies ing to abolishing of Ue Loulsvlllo. Ky Dec. 4. .Judge Pry-o- r liisuianco board. sentenced Cornelius Johnson, coltra-letho'iglHrs British motor-ca- r ored, to die on tho galjows January 5 for the raurdor of Conrad Kaiser, a ban a do'nle old, Invo'vrs tio svim on tho Newburg of JCO.OOO, .11 a.y-r- . saloon proprietor road. WHY DO- ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. - Glasgow, Ky.,i Cop; Cburley Glass, ho va B.Tho body of Lowest Prices, Best Quality. Latest Stvle. Perfect Service. Every man should be his best friend. t Call on us for a Suit or Over Cont and we will do you good. FeltHoots, $i.75 fo $265 Children's heavy Slices all 5i7.es and at prices p V- ', . I .aaal Shoes, , $1.25 to $1 90. w nh the money. $1 00 and up 95 cts. and up Bed Blankets and Comforts at reduced prices. l Breech-loading 1t 3,50 We are now putting on exhibition the nicest and most complete line of holiday goods 'in the county. Beginning Dec. 16fli, to Dec. 25th, Santa Clans will make our store 1. - 1. ,..!,.. .1 1! 1 .. 1..1l ins iiwKujuanviM. uiik viui, we win ill 11 over ana exenange gooti wisues. Single-barre- bbbbbI Hundreds of People .33 -- Good Shot Gun, the-boJ- y, .i.,. . . 1 .. 1 W I'.-(, J . C . 3. THOS CHERRY, BRODHEAI), KENTUCKY. , , . , ' - 'II l Ml aBBBBBBl aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa y Headquarters for Bargains. $DC&3CC$ rl ' P Financial Institutions . The Gibralter of Rockcastle County mm CITIZeNS- - BftNKJ y OP BRODIIEAD, KY. rJZ sr' Offers to the people a safe and conservative '& & Banking System. ?&&&????'? - ACCOUNTS OF Individual Firms and Corporations Solid led. Give its your business nnd we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relrttion. . rear-door- -- J..W, -.- Pay 3 per cent, interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left in the bank und not s check' ed upon for a period of six months. ,J. W. HUTCHESON, Casher. mm Eight j ears ago he began ridino as deputy sheriff under Henry Catron and four years ago was elected sheriff. Mr. Tato was fifty one years of nge and 22 ears ago was married to Miss Alice Wallin, a ilaughter of 0 1 & T PI ifil 1 EjSS H 'ill ML II iff 'v Hr iBBBBBBBBBBHaaHBaaBSaBaBBBBB V& bbbbbI 5 Best Shoes You EverSaw the late Frank Valjn. To this union were born three children, " Victor, Mi.ss Annie and Shcley. But fevinpn could claim a great er number of friends than he and I c never r.id he forsake a friend. His kindness and liberality to nil man- -J j kind hs worked many a h irdship' on him The remains were laid to rest yesterday afternoon tu the Mt. Vernon cemetery, with Mason ic honors, alter sercicvs in tlif Christian church conducted by Rev. A. J. Pike.during which there& were few dry eyes in the house.' 'jfy To his compint6'nt.r nnd children we extend our heart- -' felt sympathy iu their hoir ot ,sad ' bereavement. b3r heart-broken SHERIFF H. L. TATE. WhQ late-makln- , nmsHiKrcrcoiE KliiWA iBB HHBkM HiAME I atesa d lalalc' passed into the great beyond Wednesday afternoon, after three For many weeks serious illness. Mr. Tate had been iu very months poor health, having had several severe attacks of stomach trouble, hut it would, only last a few days and he would go about his business jgain. About four weeks ago he was again attacked and ou the day when entirely too f the weak, he weut and voted, which lumbermen in the county. was too great a task on his weakened condition. On Friday following he again went to the conrt- house to assist in the counting of the vote and this was the last time he wn5"everout of his room. When a young man Mr Tote came with his parents to this coun ty from Lancaster, and lor uian years was engaged in the lumber business with his father. Mr. J. T. Tate, and brother, J. W. Tate, and was recognized as one of the best I TORTURE OF A PREACHER. The story of the torture of Rev. O. D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist cl urch, of Harpersville, N. Y., will interest you, he says: "I suffered agonies because of a persistent cough, resulting from the grip. I had to sleep sitting ur in bed. I tried many remedies without relief, until I took Dr. King's New Dis covery lor Consumption Coughs and Colds, which entirely cuted my cough and saved me from consumption." A graud cure for dis. eased conditions ofi Throat and Lungs. At Mt. Amnion Drug Co., druggists: pricJsoc. and Sioo. guaranteed. TrwLfjQUle fre. - ?i vl!&15 A H-T II n ' - 1 3? t" ft ' i - -- - n'n- - r'rTVlrilM Jx& ud-- dfc.,lftl- - yiHF?mmh-- - tX-i- ). v trfrfU. Jw . . ..).. JifciCaaia T'jtf.W- i - - " i"" LT k&A -- i, ' $ r. vrip 4SJ- - - ,ij MT VERNON SIGNAL POLITICK ANI POLITIU1ANH J X iu.ihih-'Hpi)- ' ' r "T" CON ' A 1' AIM 01 NIN COUNTIES nv' Republican Senators held n cau cus Tuesday nt Washington and R, 100r. Friday, Deocmubr authorized Sointor Allison to se lect a steering committee. Published every Friday by H. K. Wolfolk was elected may- EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. '"'-.- ' or of Danville luesaay night, alter S. V. Menefec, nowol Illinois, had $I.Of been elected and resigned. SUH"CRirTION onk yuar A Gov. Lafollctte, of Wisconsin, in Adveitiiitig tales made known on addressing the Legislature of his application State Tuesday, announced tint In: would accept the United Stales . Senatorship. CON- rii'TY-NIFTTHK CONGRKS8 WHAT THU PRESIDENT WANTS. ' SKKN II V OlMl WASHINGTON 4i; " i .. P 3 vl '... T I . 1,1 A Oroam of Tartar Powder, froo from alum or phos- Congress opened The phatlc acid fe'iturcs w"'li " i'" BAKINO POYDCR CO., NEW YORK. ROYAL that have mirkeri recent meetings J.ondon, $4,918 32, , hut iv"h thf prospect of tint Tho management of the Penu- Monticello, $6,984 77; that o. being a tiine important meeting Si. 5 17. 65; Puievllle, $2,962.57; svlvania railro-.- has decided it for than nnv that has forills of transportation shall be Somerset, $8,592 39; Williamsburg nil the many years, t' t 'vhirh innnjjtirat-cThis is ihe miiount of suspended after the first $. 59 50the Spanish war not escepted year. The Pennsylvania, though business done at each place during corporation, will no The mic- i J wmreill) verv qu'c'. nal. twelve months. -- Laurel County it be a great An elastic currency. Speaker Cannon had put his foi t doubt learn by experience that a Local. War only when peace and rightclow'ii ou the custom of decoratii g few passes will do more than the eousness are assailed. IN I'RAlSK OK CHAMIlUULAIN'S members desks with flowers fo tl.e aiie amount oj money could possAmerican ships for American COUGH RBMUDY. a con ibly do. Those wlw accept and Houe was not turned into There is no other medicine man- ine passes are often held under reas usual. The Senate trade. sarvatorv ufactured that havjreceived so much straint by reason of such, and when The right kind of immigrants, ndj turned almost immediitely after praise and .so many expressions of in which the swearing in the new members as a and lots of them. gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough vital ouestions arrise To admit the four territories as raiUoad companies are interested. mark of respect to the Into Senator Remedy. It is effective ami ' Thus the two States. prompt relief follow. its. use aie in many instances found euher Piatt of Connctticut To make citizens of the Porto Grateful parents everywhere do not on neutral ground or taking, an decks were cleared for business on lieMtfti testify to iw merits for th nnnnciir. uipto to their real leeiings Ricaiis. NEWS IT K 318 the first div without any thing defbei.efk of others--. It is a ceatam To give Alaska a delegate in Should all road: initely being done. But this is not cure for croup and will prevent in the matter. Congress. The Kentucky members oj Con the attack if given at' the first ap ndontedsuch a plan and adhere to be expected of an assemblinp To fortify Hawaii. gress, as a rjeneral rule, got good pearnnct of the disease. It is strictly to it,, there is, no question Conerps. Now come the con To save the forests and provide locations in drawing for seats in especially adapted to children as ic but tint it would be for the general test of legislation and the crisis will the House. is pjeisant to take and contents good of all, even those v;ho would of course be in the house. The national parks. Mr, E A. To pension life savers and care figured out bs deprived of their free ride. Patterns valued at $1,000,000 nothing injurious wav have it it well known resident and for Confederate graves. destroyed b a fire in a build clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock, were is Rate Legislation, the Panauu corps of The L & Nr-.ilroaTo eliminate"pulU" and "graft.1 iug belonging to the Illinois Steel of AH. Cape Colony. South Af Canal, the Phillippines the Sinto .surveyors is at work on a route To give everybody u square deal Co. in Chicago rica, says: "I have used ,Domiiieo Treaty and the Ship Sub from Pittsburg, by way of Judge W Covgh Remedy 10 warcf sidv Rill in the order named. But and to protect women and child laThe State Boaid of Valuation through Eist Lon' off Croup and .olds iu my tamil. T. Moren's and there wi'l be a firce fight for prrcp borers. and assessment af Frankfort TueS' I found it to he very satisfactory don, near the forks of the roads dence The Townsend rate bill Kentucky went Democratic over day increased the tax on "whisky and h gives me pleasure to recom- Of course no one knows the intenwhich is thcamended form of the from $8 to $10 per barrel. mend il." For Bale by Chas, C. tions ol the railroad company, but 37,000 at the election on NovemBill is said to Ksch Townsend Attomev General Moody in his Davis, leading; drugSh'sl. it is reported that the survey is ber 7. And this too, in face of the stand the best clnnce of considera- fact that a few of the would-bannual report summarizes the pro made with a view to cutting down SNIDER. tion and is siid to more clearlv em- leaders of the party are howling of ceedings he has undertaken for the 'down the heavy orade between body the ideas of the President "disruption," "d'scord" and 'ma- reinforcement of the Elkins act and Thanksgiving passed oft nice and London and Fariston. It is also quiet; all the R. R. boys went hunt- said that the company will move tlian anvotner ot the numerous chine.'' the Sherman law. bills. But there will be others. the depot from its present site to Work of drafting the new bill ing and we had plenty of rabits. Judge John M. Lassin, Chajrnian Senator Elkinson the other side of of the State campaign committee governing levenue and taxation Mr. iChas. McChord, of Cowen, East London, which if true, will the house has a bill and Senator was here Saturday in counsultation in Kentucky was started Tuesday Ky., paid us a visit and spent Sun - jjuake the eastern suburbs the most Foraker is credited with another with Secretary, Halv, and they by the Special Legislative Commit- day with us. Charlie got used to populous portion of the town. bill. Senator Newlands, of Neva- compiled Snider while helping to build the Loudon Local. the vote in the legisative tee at Shelbyville. house, and likes to come a plan, but it is too radical contests. da has Tnere are 19 couuties J A Smith was shotAind killed section New Orleans has, been visited backf-Wfthink n young ladv is to get before tbe still missing., but returns from in CampblTTsville in k. ShirJp, by a heavy frast. ' Senate let alone stand a chance of them will only increase the Demo- who'used a coro the cause. Mr. G L Summer?, FURIOUS FIGHTING. '.ff first of the nasing. There is the amendment cratic majority as estimates made ner's jury pronounced the killing claim agent, week settling' fire claims Wm. hill of the Interstate Commerce from the vote in them at the last without provocitiou. "For seven "years," writes Geo Watkins moved to Copper creek. W. Hoffman, of Harper. Wash., Commission, sent to the Snate by election. Superintendent of Insurance Capt.'McClure nioed across the 'I fTad aljitter battle, with chronic reqnest when the rate hearing was The total vote in the Stale ex- Vandiver, of Missouri, will go lo and liver trouble, but at railroad hi the new section house. stomache and cured my diseases. on last Mav, and there are wernl clusive of these counties was 351,- last I won, New York next weekto investiPlenty of hog killing going on ,by tlie use of Electric bitters. 1 otber bills anv one of which The Democratic, candidates gate the Mutu il Life and the "Muthis week and w had some good unhesitatingly recommend them u come to the front in the orpeput received 194,064 votes and the Retual Reserve nf.siraure Companies. ones .too, weifihjtiK as high as 500, ill, and don t intendnu tlie future conflict. Then there is Panama publicans 157 026. The DemoMark Twain was ths guest of pounds. We notice, an error in ue wuuout inein in me nouse. Canal legislation. This wilt moke cratic majority is 37 048 These ney are certainly a wouderlu' honor Tuesday at a dinner in New our last week's letter. It should n strong fight lor recognition in the figures are official. ' iiipnir-inp- . to have rnrpfl mirh n ha-- i Yorlogiven by Col. George M. HarHouse, for the President wants Sold, under a In the returns above set out the vey in honor of the h imorist's sev have been S4000 imnn veinent the case as n,jne L. & N". had made here instead of guarantee to do the same for you $16 000 ono for the canal and he following counties did not report: entielh birthday. About 170 auwi'f sion be here by Mt. Vtrnon Drug Co., druggists wants it quick as he wants most Bel 1, Breathitt, Carter, Clay, Clinthors were in attendance, nearly and the little people are "making at 50c" a bottle. Try them ' things that he wants at all. ton, Estil, Gallatin, Jackson, Jess f of whom w re women. their, usual preparations font. We prCannou is said to haveji lot nf amine. Knott, Leslie, Lyon, Ma Henry Biker, an aged Bap-li- hope there may be few disappointRev. Ji'sfrd qup.stio.ns to aslr concprninp goffln, Mercer, Morgan, Shelby, preacher, was louiid Imzmi to ments. the Panama Cnnal and what has Spencer, Todd and Woodford. death neir Waddy, Ky. He dis pnne with the ro.wi crnn olrpad'' In the election last year this dis immediately after preach CROUP. appropriated Then there is the trict as between the Democratic appeared ing his Thanksgiving day sermon Not' a minute should he lost njipstion of ih rpdnetinn of the and Republican parties, ca-- t 44,510 in Beech Ridge church in Shelby Vjfhen a child shows symptoms of isornod votes, and gave a total majority, of Pliiljjpo'rie tariff and th-. county. croup. Chamberlain s Cough Kent Tor a 'nng a till as the House 91 Democratic. Since the Repub F?it is of great account Both houses of Congress listened edy given as soon as the child bewants to pxnend on 'it. Afterward lican vote has materially decreased comes hoarse, or even after the to a baby ; that is wlij there is tl)P question of the Santo and the Democratic vote, corres to the reading of the President's cropupy cough app'eurs, will preIf 3Tou, Dominpn Treatv nnd the ta'T' pondinglv increased in the recent message, in tue House prelimina- vent ihe attack. It never iails.nnd babies are fat. ry steps were taken for appropria- aud .is pleasant and safe to take. baby is scrayny, Scott's-Emulsioelection in these counties, it is safe over of the custom house hv United States There is soul tr to estimate 3000 majority in this ting the needed emergency fnnds Soldvby'Chas. C. Davis, the lending is what Ik druggist. .hp snirip inside histr.r" at'"c'p'l to terrytory which will make a Demo for the Panama canal. A resolution babv. wants. The QUAIL this and the State Department is cratic majority of 40,000 in the pf sympathy for the Russian Jews was offered and referred to a compapers to State. rpadv to transmit some Ransom Brown Ins returned a stores as fat what it doc. In addition To this splendid mittee. Congress that will show that the few we;ks stay in Indiana. not need immediately 1 01 President Roosevelt sent to the Dr. E. J, Brown of Stanford, and action of the administration in San- showing and splendid indorsement Fat to Domingo was necessarrv to pre- of the .Democratic State adnunis-ttatio- Senate Tuesday the nominations of his brother, W. H. Brown, of bone and the Democrats will have a George W Long and Stephen G. Pre'achersville, . have been bird babies are happy "; they do serve the Monroe Doctrine. But that is supposed to be executive greater majority in the Legislature Sharp to te nnrshals for Kentucky; hunting in this section. Mr. Lee lot cry ; they are .rich ; session stuff and will promptly get on joint ballot than in many years. J. H. Tinsley and R. D. Hill to be Reynolds, of Livingston is v'siting up foi published as soon as the executive The rank and file of the party District Attorneys; J. Sherman relatives In this part. Arthur their fat is of the 8th Scott, who has been in very poor time of jieed. They arc session gets to discussing, it. The through the length and breadth of Cooper to be Collector Ship Subsidy bill is said to stand the Commonwealth with one voice district and C. H. Berryman to be health is improving. Mr. Thos. j appy because arc-. a better chance of passing in the has given its indorsement to the postmaster at Lexington. Taylor has been Nvery sick but is jmfortable. The fat surHouse than ever before and there work of the Democratic administraElevenjlives were lost as the re- better at this writing. Mr. . Mat rounds their little nerves is little question that such a meas- tion, despite the carping of certain sult of the steamer Luenburg strik Alntiit! it! i rl nrnif itinr ulMi?1t ... it ever malcontentsjand disappointed offica ure "would pass the Senate If and cushions them. When ing on a rock off Amherst barber, George-D-. E.dride, vice got that far. But that is an abund- grafters. The splendid majority near Magdalen" Islands. the the Mutual Reset ve Lite they are scrawny ance for the present. It Is such an rolled up for the Democratic nomi- Twelve men left the steamer in a Insurance Company, testified be tierves are hurt at every nrny of pressing legislation with a nees shows this. Nothing more small boat which was s'wamped by tore1 the committee Armstrong multitude of conflicting interest eloquent could be said, nothing a wave. One man managed to They Tuesday that his company had ungentle for and against it as has. seldom more appreciative could ue given cliog to the boat until he was resEmul-ion- . in "holdups," lelight in Scott's paid out $jo,-)obefore confroutad a session of Con- than the splendid vote of confi- cued. $15,000 of which was paid to a which the Democrats, aye, It is as sweet as gress. And with the regular ap dence At ihe opening session of Con- Philadelphia lawyer to drop a nropriation bills and the urgent de- the people of Kentucky, have given organization of vvliolesome to them. ficiency bills, it is a serious ques- the splendid administration of Gov. gress, John Sharp Williams intro- movemriit for the Sand for free sample. tion whether the first session of the J. C. W. Beckham and his corps duced several measures looking to policyholders. a reduction of 20 per cent, of the Congress will get of assistants. a Farmers' Hardin county has Be sure that this picture In Chairman Lassiug is much pleas- present Dingley bill, by .which acthrough on the first of June as the form of a label Is on the expresses it, Club which meets once a month. ed with the result of the campaign. tion, as Mr. Williams wrapper of every bottle of Speaker Cannon hopes it will. Sir Henry Emulsion you buy,. Ho and Secretary Haly worked the majority is put on the .defenforming a sive, thus giving the country an has accepted the task of Scott Sc Botvne It may not be according to ethics long and nobly during the camnew, British Cabinet. act.Chemists of professional men to advertise, paign, and their labors have receiv- opportunity to see who are the Seventeen horses perished in a but'tbe country newspaper man ed rich harvest. They are indeed ual reformers. Mr. Williams also livery Paart , ,siaoie at kikiod. M'u York appreciates a five or' ten for a little wheelhorses of the old party, Ken- introduced a bill looking to the im"A'lught of old songs,'1, 60c tnd $1.00 position of an income tax. tucky State Journal. ' card in the professional column, AlDni?piU indulged in at Sturgis. Fiftv-nintli Tr-ctncn'.- '! - d Regulation of railway rntes by a soveieign power. To keep the highways' open to all on equal terms. The abolition of rebates. Uniform regulation of insurance. A stable revenue. Economy of ndininistrat'ou and appropriation. An efficient army ana navy.. To dig speedily the Panama Ca- j The cold snap icminds us of old winter tune again. Rankin Alexander who has has been in the wild Wet for years returned honi Sunday Tim work ou the tspokt; mill is stilt nt a stand still ou' account of d the R. J.'. Company and the Co., both claiming the Mr. it on which is is being built Wm. llysinper. of Hiatt, was here on biUiiness this week.' There is' some talk of a new post office bein established ou Copper creek neir Win. Wren's mill. Mr. J. S. Roofordof Richmond, has accepted a position with the Rouudstone Land Co., here. He and his family will move into the Sigmou piop-ertThe Thanksgiving enter tainment given by Miss Mamie Jones at the school house last week was very .much enjoyed by the at tendance until about the lime it closed a shot was fired by some un j.n0vu person in tile house, then every fellow tried to take care f himself by getting out of the house mid going the nearest wav home Jim Wood says Mr. . M Nave was so badly frightened lhat he missed his course and run by home and was out in the woods and cold the remainder of the night. Mr. Nave thinks the courts ought to take some steps for peace ol Conway, but he is unable to iidvise whereto begin to give the little vilage justice. Ronnd-stoneLnn1 . James Ping, ol Plato. Pulaski county intended chinch strviees atClavlliU Saiutdiy night. The minister mi cv him, stopped service loti enough for the congregation tj shakeJiands with bun and extend a ''welcome back." W. B. Edwards, county Suivev of B yl '(Countv nnd a res'dent of Peirvville. is said lo have made a remarkable bicycle record. Ciedit cd with haviug covered 49,529 miles in the last twenty years, viiit iug duriut' that time about twenty Mtaies and bll the most famous ts MATTER OFHBAHH WHY I is it -- i --- I ,m ; THAT BUY AND SELL (VJQRE PRODUCE THAN AN OTHEft STORE? Simply berauwo I soil "CHEAPER GOOD& Ihnn iinv atoro this side of the "Irou Works". My plnce will be llenuqtmrtors for SANTA CLAUS. Every thing in Tops nnd fine Candies A v Y ,r,h't the reaeers may know post-ofiicisi- J VHin some-thin- y AbsoHitelyPus'o f Mica IMEJ&E&i wm V about the receipts in Presithis Congressdential ional district, we give ihe same Bat bout ville. $2,555,74; le!ow: Jlurnside, $1,815 18: Corbin, f u "Winter Clothing nnd Shoes shock yonr modesty. at prices thnt will A. C. HIATT, HIAXX, KY i d i k.4 - IHATS.PafsRATSIJ. P. II AVE just resumed from the city with n beautiful line of UATS, UAI1Y CAPS. Clrildpjn' School lints, nnd invite the ladies of tho county to Bwqfivcino a call. 1 mn sure I will please you .Mrs.'CLEU W. JSKOWN. S3 ' 1 V i. x:r-G:xoc- c Um-phrey- s. old-time- txcx SHOES! 1 1 d fy Cham-bprlrin- 's NAVE you examined our line, of Fall and Winter I H e If i buying. k' PRICE Phone GG not don't fair to do so before: QUALITY, both will suit you. '' SHOES? Yours for business, KUbl. KjJKiU PhonoC bfjS c4 -- shot-gunf.Th- e ;o3xxpcc Mt. Vernon. Ky7 xjegcxc J jonas Mckenzie COME! COME! 1WE invite all to come and see us. . At my store you "" will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions. niav-j09- 1 $4oo.-rChrist- nrv Snk to-da- one-hal- st For Thm afoies CLOTHIN -- G 1 ! Wocarrry a full lino of Clothing that will suit all! and ages. Our jroods are ritrht and our urices are sitfes right. Phone No. 83 Yours very truly, WW . - jonas Mckenzie. jonas Mckenzie tl-- YOUR BANKINd . health' I nf-te- No matter how small, no matttcr how largo, muscle. THE BANK of MT. VERNOM wiILffive it careful attention. This inofcsn7ramrilifiH ' vto the men and the women alike. i'iwl Remdmberwo pay 8 per cent, interest on allcleposUs'of 100 or more, when left with tlie bank and upon for a period of six months or more. Wot-check- laid they ; c officers: C. C. 'Williams, Pros J. T. Adams. Vico-Pres. W. L RiciiAnns, Cashier. A. 13. Fuknish, Asst. Cash Sugar-coateeasy to take'"! mild in action. They cur ' constipation, blllousno- d, sicK-headac- - Presi-pent- of those I touch. Ayers Pills Want your moustache or beard abeautlful brown or rich black? use J.C.Ayr o BUCKINGHAM'S 'ITtI Ct. Of pgfrtfUUn OR B. T. HiU t Uu KUUUA. Dl.l I I KILLthe AND CURE THE cough LUNGS Price TO CONSUJIPTIVES. The uiHlertlcni-i- I nvlnjr Hen rolored to health lmiiiiiiilu means, uflr suDeriiic for SBvenil 1 with everclung nOecttwi, r ami that dreail iIUciisu cnhhmition, unxlpus'lo make knovni top fellow lutTer-,- . ttn tho innnt ef cure. ToAhote who desire It, ho Will cheeifnlly rend free of clmrce)!. copy ot the prescriplioii ed, whloh thy will flnU a sure cure CorsoMPTiON;, ABTH.SlA. ('ATAItim, niifxcimi8 .. and all n) throat mill limn Hi u "frrif.V " r ,llls renhy, hh It itTinveU ,leir",.B ,thetreicrlj)Wp which wilV cost nothingand niay(Jrovi 2 S&fm?' V'l! pI,",nfe 'I'W. nKV.iftBWASri yAiii.un, ufuoKijn, xviwxorn, l Jffty-ujnt- h Campbell-Hannerma- n Dr. King's New Discovery Wl" ONSUMPTION en 11 forC:0UGH8and OLDS 60c&S1.00 Free Trial. tt it.. 409-41- 3 vyie Strt Surest and Quickest Cure for all THEOAT and 1AJNQ TROUBLES, or MONEY BACK. -- lM:J f; ;i "s Jz - A- ? to -- ? MT- - VpRNQN SIGNAL 8 The Souvenir Christmas Edition jMtVuu'non.Ky,, Deo. Jcata will be 0 bi'auty and 2,000 or 3,000 1905 c0P'es will he printed. C The Brown Memorial School will hive two weeks vacation for Xmas. T. J. Niceley has purchased the farm ofjMat Cummins three miles West of here on the Somerset road. B Cnifuo "No, 70" wlien T9r you 1. O Communl" want to SIGNAL, 'With T7 Q C M WW y ST f 1.vj .. m if t . -- I I If w m t4' 4- K ffi Mrs. J. H. Dunn will retumf.p her home in Ktioxville Orders for extra copies of our much to the regret of her many Vi V Xiups Edition have been coming in friends here. Miss Alma McAfee, L0UltVLLC4NtHVILLCR n Co quite lively, and we can only promis the charming visitor of her sisise to supply those who ypeak in ter, Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson. Miss TIME TABLE. time. Florence Tanner, of McKinney,, is 2 north i.4 P m Jacon Meir, a Sonier.et baker, Visiting her .sister, Mrs W. K '24 north 3:3 fl "' Old Santa Claus has already marriid Miss Laura Holsombach, 28 south 1:24 P & who had charge of his store, and arrived, or at least a person would 12:36 am South the Republican says' she is "a think so should he call on Swiuford ITII evcry-dollnworfli of 'goods bought at Our tStore for Cash we will given ticket? fji AS. LANDRUM, Agent. .splendid young l.idy and is good the musician, and see his fruit line, No. 58. Phone f his high grade buggy, which you oati see on oxhibitio in front of our store. enough to l)e boss of the whole or Shugars, the druggist, and se AlPticM bakery.'1 his candy line. They both have will bo put in a wheel and the following gentlemen have agreed to act as judges in decid h'A Rntirril t tli Alt Vfriitm, Ky. Poitnltloe mail mutter. us evimd'Cliu Under n Recent ruling of Collect-tc- stores lhnt'wiil tut SUu.ord U the winner: W. L. Richards, S. C. Franklin and E. S. Albright. Verkesf the druggists will not Lancaster out of "biz." Don't anyPERSONAL be allowed to sell Peruna or any forget them when in ncd of nUK Stock is complete and our prioes r'gh. So do not fail to take advantage of this gol don A thing in their line Miss Lyda othe"r Pnent Medicine, which W J. Sparks was in Louisis visiting her brother, Mr. 'Col, ns 40 per cent, al Hilton ypporttmity to secure, absolutely free, this splendid buggy. ville Tuesday. L B. Hilton, at Pine Hill. The cohol without Government license " Yours with best wishes, Atty. J. W. Brown was in the This tuling so far as the riuih r candy pulling at Miss Maud Friday nigh w.is largely at week. city first of the go into ef are concerned Uoes not 'AfS MtssSallic Rickels is visitirp feet until Apiil 191(6, but as to the 'ended and thoroughly enjiyable. Mrs. L. B HiUoi, of Pine Hill, her sister at Lexington: manufacturers the time U only exspent a few days here with 'her Supt G. M. Ballard wa8 in Dan- - tended untfl Jan ist, 1906. IN MAD CHASE. parents, Mr. a id Mrs J. R, Cass vllle Moudav and Tuesday. Mr Jomllun Qwsley about 75 E R. Gentiy was in town Sunday Millions rush in mad chase after Mrs J. ,S. Reppcrt has been vearsof age, died near Brodhead Hisbuxinets we did health, from one extrenii of fadd-suot leom.-W- . to another, when if they would verv seriously ill for several weeks Friday night. He came to this H. Benton, of Lexington, was PRACTICAL inly eat good food, and keop their staying in county fro-his Lincoln home, at home Monday-r-T- he Uutdette McKerzie is 2 Masons UNDERTAKER, Sovvels regular with Dr. King's having lelt without the knowledge will entertain several visiting breth bank and is proving himself New Life Pills, their troubles rs: and of his t'amily and said he was com ren Saturday niglit with ojster 5 opt student. would all pass away. Prompt' reFUNERAL DIRECTOR, lief and quick cure for liver and S Dr, M. Pennington writes from ing'here to die. He was a very ex served a la carte. H B McClaty, Mt. Vernon, Ky. zz itomach trouble 25c at Mt. Vernon Ashville that Mrs. Pennington is centric man and always ready to thp clever cleik of A- C. Hiatt, Drug Co's drug More; guaranteed. Can Jurnish on short no- find fault with his family, who, we plowly improving. it Hiatt, was here' Monday sHtico ivretalic Coflins arid Caskets and have Embalming E3 The Dark Tobacco Protective A are told, were as kind to him as night atU tiding the Mosonic lodge. 0 McKenzie Brown, of Central v ociation has sold 5.000 hogsheads done. attached, Shugars' drug store U a thing of University, spent Saturday and twey knewi. ov to U, He n to t representative of the Itahau reputed to be worth $4o.eoo and if beauty and is one that any town Sunday with his mother. by wire Promptly .Filled. nil teports are true could be call should be proud ot. He has Government for $8 85 per hundred added Mr. Elizabeth Lawrence will ed a typical miser. 5 Phone No. 63, The sale will aggregate more than a swell line of Xma.s holiday come to town to spend the winter $650,000. are up to the standard liUiuaiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiaiKimiiiiiuiiimiaiiiiuua with her son, J. J. Lawrence. Extra copies of 'the Illstrated jo J. Thomas Cherry, one of Brodt Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett, of Knox Christmas edition of the Mt. Vernon MnitnSisf leading merchants and pros-i- ll county, was visiting the family of Signalvill be on sale at 5 cents head's wSnoq stoiv ueu cot dim em tut of the Citien'& Bank.certain. Jajiic Taylor Saturday and Sunday each. Several order ate already I and ElKer Ev in, tunning from $ to 3,s and 30 ly is the man for a community llko James Williams I There will alwayiTiemaln a he Joseph ans, of London, were here Sunday copies each. We have tried faith- this. 'ALU f feeling way down deep in the two of our prettiest girls. to see fully aud believe we will succeed Price hearts of the members of the BEST DRUGSTORE IN" THE COUNTY. John Rcnner, who hao been in fairly well in printing a Souvenir STANFORD, KY Young Men's Club for him. Missouri for the past nine years, Edition that every resident of RockHe has made speeial donations to Practice limited to Abdominal and is back pu a visit to, relatives and castle will be proud of and will Polvlc Surgery, General Surgery. Disour Clijb, fqr which we extend our carefully preserve for future refer old friends. eases of Eye, Noso, Throat. Ear, Chest, .No Charge for Prescriptions. thanks through your columns.. and Rectal .Diseases, The btiBlnesn Interests ol Robert Jones, a son of '"Horse- ence. Misses Jennie Davis an4 Battle Diseases ot Nervous System, Skin and Gastro Intestinal track.. This Instifly" Jim Jones, who has been in this county will be represented and Hicks returned to Mt. Vernon on tution is prepared to administer All comp for fair treatment. the West for some time.haa return-edt- we behYvc will find it interestng Monday, much to the regiet of our Hot Air, Vapor Hatha, Hydro-oathand profile jf vou read whit i" boys. The Faradio, Galvanic and Static Rockfcastle. Young Men-- Club en. tWctrieltj. Mako Examinasaid about each of the industries OTTAWA. '" Egbert No contagious uncases and Walter Wallin, of the tions, tertained the young jadies with a and the industrious people of Rock All bills must bo paid prompt- - PlIONK NO. 53. . police force of LaPolletto, Tcnn.. candy pulling it) tup eiuu roams. Mr. J. W, Thompson returned yy .m ftuvancc, splendid. - were here teuattend the hti rial ol castle.- It will contain wniV S itudavaspnjTrrferiix,tre"h hsd a ' ALL PttYtfiCAfts iNVlTEtf pitture8Jf'bnsiness'and profession- r, rl say tell the boys they are com ug has been forjhelast three jears.! their brother Send Their Pat:IENTS'HliUG X.' re:.- ' "' ' . al men, street scene, handcome FOR TREATMENT, in the good old summer He says 1ft willsot back Uik A large number of Masons from last though not least ideuccs and other towns were here yesterday to 110. not by a long shot it will con time. Thecrovd wan chaperoned winter, but will'leave for Floiida nke nnrt in the burial service." of tain a number of groups cf ladies by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Frith. about the first of the year, and will j" Woodyard Okvens is getting up a eng'age in the picture business Arkansas their departed brother, H. L. Tate. as fair as e'er the sun shone on the oump station there His many friends and relaWade Levisay is fiuilding a resl- - beauty of that captivating variety petition to inhered, rollinR. perfect drain-""nfrom here to near Mt. tives give hiiuo cordial welcome Ky.- on a tract of ''laud which he that has Helped to make Kentucky removed good water. Grow swamps, " 'bought of Mrs Hyslnger. ' He ex- - famous all. over the world. Gallant Vernon for what reason we are un- Joe Wiggins,' hotter known s corn, cotton, small grains, able to say. Mr, Henry Anderson Plunk", came in from Indiana ind believed to be the roinwg Dects to move iu about the first of young meu iy abundance will also y, COMPLTJTE LINE was visiting in Lincoln and Gar- Tuesday, where he has been for cloerand alfalfa country porous the ear, ip Printed in colors be pottraj'ed, rard last week. Charles A. Chan-dle- the past twelve months, Mr. W. clay soil and clay subsoil cheapDock Cable, 'the Brodhead pho magazine tortu, about 20 piges. QilFft. ,irwSii'c!vc nrsMi ColTihs, Caskets and Robes. Splendid Pittsburg, was here Wednqs P." Hayes ktTleda fine lot of hogs est lands in Southwest. will spend one day each 13 inches wide and 18 inches long, VajBwiTPJfelK1 J'm All Mull, Telegraph or Tele 1A tographer, day and Thuisday. Manly Ci Al- the other day, the smallest ueting stock country 10 months range. week in Mt. Vernon making pict- it will be very attractive. Even phono orders Promptly Write for Southern Arkansas bright" aud A. C. McClary were 300 poundsMr. O. Hamra was booklet and Homeseekers' rates ures providing he can secure a subscriber will receive a copy of Filled. Mr, at W. P. Hayes' Wednesday on Sept. 19. Oct. 3 and 17, Nov, 7 and in Preachersville Sunday. suitable room. this Souvenir Edition and.thert Quans, the spoke man, is iu town legal business. Rev. P. W Wells, of East Bern- - will be 2.500 copies, but it will be this week. Lawrence VanAradale, i$DCC$D)C8'Doe& L. O' SCHAEFER. T. P. A.,",. Sf stadt, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam necessary to speak iu time for extra a fine old boy. is here'from Louis Cotton nelLRotite, Cincinnati, Ol uel Cox at "this plnce. He will copies. 4, ville. Mr. P. F. Cable was in Mt. yv (.' leave here Monday to spend Xmas i """" ) A gentleman who was at lirod-hea. CinCIMNATI HIBMI iihii 1 a few davs taking pictures Vernon with friends at CampbHlsville. Kv Uncie of business houses, residences nud a few davs writes; Mr. Wells is 87 ears old but is Fullen Francisco is one of tlue well people generally Cost Least Weir Besl. for the Souvenir verv active for a man ol his age, m . known gentlemen who is thorough Christmas Edition of the Signal, Salesman. - ) - E.- C- - ROCKIS. rn4MvvooeM5 Di Ad kins, of Gallatin county, ly posted as to Rockcastle's history which will be a blooming beauty. law of Dr. M. L. Mv and he frequently tells tales all Mr. James Francisco and family a brother-iTTKii?Tf T.i ers, was here last week and will landlords cultivate that habit of have returned to Lafoileite, Teun. come here to locate. He will go in which the following is a fair sam A Dr. Peunlngton's office for the pres- ple: "When I lived on Skagg's JiEVEL (1EEN ent aud will more than likely form Creek some years, ago," said Mr. Penning- - Francisco, "ray cows in fly tfme a partnership when Dr. There Is some talk of Level .vould va,de out ands'.arld in iviu o.vxtfii waving a .wtmer icrui 01 j. ton returns. Ope dose of Oyer's Clieiry almost deep enough to swim them. cnVo1 taught by prof. H. C. LB JFtrViW't llBlkH, . V t'ecroriii at pvwuiuv picvcma HI rVltllJtff Jrov. i LOCAL Sometimes alter doing so they of Pulaski. He is a fine niiim cuugus ui tinmen. No croup. No bronchitis. A would give but little milk and I did teacher and besides teaching a utiin ' "?At'Mayfield eg"gs of doubtful age ' fashionable not know how to account for it. ber of schools in this Slate, went to t are selhngat 30 and 35 cents jier One evening I got in my skiff and Missouri when he took a pvt s V V WITH THE CHARACTER doiea $ rowed out into the deep water, with giaduate normal course and sucN . WOMAN fgQk Brodhead pirties wanting extra my seine tied behind the skiff, to cessfully taught several terms. If doctor's medicine for all should be so fortunate in securcopies of the Xmas edition will drive my cows out of the river, and affections of the throat, bronplace orders with Dock Cable, pho- when I reached the banks the seine ing his services for the term the So,a by chial tubes, and lungs. Sold lwas full of big fish of the sucker hoys and girls o( our community tographer for over 60 Vears. " I liavo me.l Ajurt Clierrr. Pectoral In lny Sunt. G. M. Ballard has received variety. My cows gave- but little would be greatly benefited. Harve F. family tor elit eHf. hreli n'rt iliixiii"!1.' PR1C, cnlrti.oipwmlf fi ri .nil10 II for cimieIii from the Superintendent of milk that night and when I scaled Pointer and Henry Cation contemnotice U. llJlYlIIcn. Shelby, Ala, dru.M MIIK. 22!PBtk H tr 1VKKTUOKV. Instruction, that there will the fish and was preparing thenl plate buing lands in the Blue 2V,McflW. al'E VKUNON, r.UAYlMtco.. f Public QPR ()q All rlnu!iliu -- 7!tSllimii! 'f rt Jl not be any money for the teachers for the skillet I found that each of Grass. While we are unable to the bic suckers was full up "on give the Signal readers the news, ll until Dec :6. mv cows to the dvire and good encouragement so tvtlk having " n him iirrmm Rockcastle is without i I wild sa Jong huiuorouly, vet so fearlessly given Keep the bowolo opn with ono 01 ste to,day and before the business. an the hints ol the river sometimes forme'" correspondent, ws Ayer's Pills at bedtime, Just ono. v to after that when the cow? went into will do the verv best possible. tk tunnnH nn it will be . P03TED. appoint a Sheriff. We understand the water and it was verv amusing Cub Bustle has sold his stock of &!. ' lii,r R T. or I. W. 10 pf Rockcasth We, the citizens tn sue the suckers, after get general 1nercl1audi.se at Plato to I aiS Slgnatnre, present dedmies, ting taste 01 milk frum. the cows, James Brovles of the same place. whose names appear below stricth 1 Scvmi IrfflHon boxes toM In post 13 months. ! 'Tate. wh ure the hunting or tresspassinj. be appointea fjjl, one of them put theii round mouths up to the Broyles has taken possession and forbid any fe Me tr T. T,it suffered a ner- - surface of the water, us if to d;aw a will run the business at the same of any kiud ouour premises. And just as the pall bear- long breath, and then smack their stand. We are sorry to state the will prosecute fo the extent of tht volts collapse ,1 ers were leaving the residence with lips about as loud as Fatty Durham untimely and unexpected death of lUWUiipuicsKuni) ui ciiv.u. 1, j. rrmi k w. 11,. uravQiey was mortal of her husband did in Cosey some vears ago just John Vanhook, son of Sam plljthat Sam Maharg J Wm. of this place. John had beeu Mnn,,1Hysinger about the time he was 16, and on yesterday and hence was not 1 S,nill4l!ic W IVTnnlo j - the morning following the evening gone from home about two years to Jo,;n r;"ecc the funeral and burial servty . deliberatelyvkissed a Indiana, where he and his brother Ue Smith t t A. C. MeuifTelf ees. For awhile her condition was that h had 'i rrii-onrl roonllixt flip Inoi. Oscar were working on a farm. It Mrs. Kiiza'Coijli J. J, CiHe but at this writing she is nitii E. Mt. Vernon Ky, rl!MS? is supposea mat jonn was on nis ueo. ri). Ato.orev j. a dent" "WS& tmpoved. mSL - n WiCJUSL V9flJ J Miss Stella Taylor, daughter of Mr. mid Mr.s James Taylor, of this place, and Mr. Millard Hyden, a young business rami of Somerset, were married Nov. 27. It 0 I) H RXO. to-da- Shu-gar- s. r 7 Wat-..oil'- s n te 11 - h Brod-head- 's o home, nnd he with a chum, for the novelty of it, were on top of a passenge coach in Cincinnati when they were unexpectedly dragged from the car by a covered bridge and terribly mangled and bruised beneath the wheels of a following train. His brother Oscar was telegraphed , and conveyed the remains to Somerset, where he was placed in the hands of an undertaker and biought to Mt. Pleasant where his remains were iuterted Thursday. Young Vanhook probably had bought his ticket for he had $54 in money and a bank no'te payable at Somerset for $280. He joined the church at 16 aud is said to havi lived a consecrated life. His broth er, who had woiked with him remarked that he had never heard hi uc profane or abusive Jai gmge ohi'd of Vnln died Tuesday mornirg of convulsions, brought on by epilepsy Born to the wire of Wm. Detheridge Saturday evening a fine b.iy Democrat Co e in a n liroughtou spent Thankgfvinp with his brother, R 11. liroughtou, near Brodhead, eating lutkey and cranberries, lie reports a verj fine time shopting hares and quail Rumor has it that we are soon ti have two weddings. We will give particulars later. Two ol our citi zens ivere In your town Tu esdav with a load of Xmas provis'o is for the city. Brown & Mullins pui chased from Wnn Baker a span 01 mules at a fair price. Mrs. Shell from Harlaud, who bought the res idence and farm from Henry Catron has moved in, Mrs. Shell to look after the management of the farm. We see our Sayen correspondent has .become quite poet. (?) Wm. J Brown is now it the handle business on a large scale aud is securing the services of al the surplus teams putting the hickory on the yard. Most Broughton of Ottawa visited hi father Sunday last at this place We forgot to give the marriage of Miss Dora Hatcher, Thursdav Nov. 23, to a Mr. Beaty of Corbii-- . They took .the train Thursday a. m. for Cotbiu where thoy will make heir future Jiorae, Otto Hatcher desire lo announce himself as a candidate for matrimouy, subject to the action of the female vote. w'ay -- !'"' ' '.'""-- .' -- '""?" "limit umiiiin 11 ;.. -J ! ' ', " ABSOLUTELY F EE the winning ticket. One $75.00 Bugggy to the lucktf man,. woman or child, who holds rs w 11 -- Tl-eh'f- 1 KRUEGER & SON'S ginininnHniiiinnnninninraiHmifinitHiimimnimiii. Willis Griffin H j wimwM Stock Complete. 1 ORDERS Pine Hearse "VlHOitSVO vmw2o ' II The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE. Intirmary, Cheapest Drygs Anywhere. -- y Children's Diseases a Special tyv S. C. DAV8S Propr. Mas-jafj- y. s X-H- d. -- W-i(rcsput id-la- . a go-bac- k Southern I anJc LonQo cow-pea- ". GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brod head. . o ce a.-- I r, rhilJ - 4 d I -- 1 u I sirs. WA mJstimi 0JMM&MMa m Jt a I A$er$ Cherry Pectoral I HIMI VV. y j I WMmWl I I vlS jvr makers SRrs J m for I I I A-- e 111 Night jCoughs I I I Krueger.&Sons, IrNjL ' MW I I Slu-nf- f 1 t qi-e-- 1 nece-sar- hyt w i I Tke Laxative Bromo To Cure a CoW k One Day ?.X. ots t ftj SSg - Vun-hoo- pres-entl- l SCt-M- If you want to buy,sell or rent any kind .Real Estate in Rockcastle, you ought to see ' Wtevcan always save you money. ROCKCASTUEREAL ESTATEUg: S. ALBRIGH . . 'N r -- wl, (H :v7- - I' f .'j rsfk rv . r ."' I "J"1 fV ' VSTf HjU- -. ?!' V H "p COMMISSIONER'S KAl'K FUND UNRKA30NABE. . '' Mft ) ""f' .'vih??K?m V"";yB: igm&mmg& s r" &B&BSE&SgS&ik WKSE&SBSssSjSiMii J & 1 7 sr -- xv ' -,- i M 'f - 2 Judge Utthea'd rc, f decision MSS in the United States Circuit Court nt Chicago, by which he dismissed nn orcjerof the Interstate Commerce A So many people who have apparently recovered from an attack of La Grippe are stricken Commission to compel the railwith Pneumonia, This is due to the fact that the Bronchial Tubes and Lungs are left weakened roads carrying live stock betwt t n the Missouri river and Chicago to wivw and unable to resist disease. lower their rate&is of great inter Tho Kind You Havo Alvnya Bought, and which "has beca est not only to llje cattle shippers in uso for over 00 yenrs, hrts Iioriio tho signntnro of y? nnd hag been mndp under his pcr-but to all persons interes ed he ???s, Bonal (supervision bIiico Its Infancy. question. The judge found im id -- , . e. U4 Allow no ono to deceive you in this. that th-- i rates in controversy aie no but All C'otmtcriWlts, Imitations nnd" rea ouable lu ihemselvps and were JmnffiPw Experiments flint triflo with and endanger tlio hcajth of made as the result or couipetilicu Inl'uutr nr.rt Children Experience against Exncrlihcnt. betwenn the twenty railroat s innot only cures La Grippe Coughs, and prevents Pneumonia, but strengthens the Lungs so they terested. He aNo found tba' it will not be susceptible to the development of serious lung troubles. Do not take chances with th in costs inort- - to carry live st Covt.v.;. subatituto for Castor Oil, Pfl some unknown preparation that may contain some harmful drug when FOLEY'S HONEY AND dressed beef It is estimated ha gorfv, vtiui lioothlnr Syrups. It ijs I'lcasnnt. you no more and is safe and sure. Contains no opiates. if the Commission had the had TARcosts ooiUnius iioitltor Onluin, Moriihiuo nor othor NarcotltO power to enforce irs order last uubctaucc. Ita ago ia its gnarantcc. It destroys Worm)) 1 had a bad case of La Grippe about ten years ago which left my Lungs G. VACHER, 157 Osgood St., Chicago, says: "My wifs had a very (as under the nnd aKavs VcverishMcss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind GkJ until I used severe cr.se of La Grippe, and Iflsft her with o very bad cough. She tried 0 weak that I have been troubled more or less every winter since C)nstipalfon Colic. I; '.,'.CJ Teething Troubles, bill it would have h id), the los-- uv FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, which cured me completely nnd my Luns a bonis of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR and it gav tmmediato relief." Veguiatcs tho onA Ffttn-tf.y- , assimilate.! thc me.- -J. H. BROWNING, D.D.S., Orricl, Mo. no longer trouble the railroads to dtifio heir earnfjloumci. ::juT Bowels, glvinft' healthy nnd miluxel sleep. ings on live slock tr.idio t Cltiao fI?o contain? two nnd ono half times vH much M'tho small bIzo nnd Three sizes 25c, 0c, $1.00. Tho - GK:o Cliildroa'D Panacea The fllothtjr's Trieiul". tl&fuso SubGUtuiCC. tho $1.00 bottlo almost elx times us much. would hove aggregated at least a Mb million and a half dollars. T li'.s ALWAYS Aoa -' abd wi a'rj amount represents tlie liffcreif Bcrir.'J tho Sinituiv o( between the a'tes mi he stocl. jyS ttaaasaaggsKtsa.--'- " charged by the railway companies j r s which Judge Detliea held werelea rcid. ntul privatt i:"s 'o nu.nrroi-onable, and the rates which lho that employes had not con thoni up to u late hour. would hate charged had the ordei of the Commission ben in Occupies Island of Leinnos. MT. VISIIXOX, KV. Assembling: ol Members KorTliPir London, Dec. ,B Tho Vienna Burton Hanson, General Solicitof the Dally Telegraph says; First Session Murkrtl by No or o,f the Chicigo, Milwaukee & "The International fleet has occupied FA'U.Nf No. 1. This farm of 317 St. Paul Railway, who with Frank Uifiismil Incidents. tho Island of l.cmnos, In 12urope.m Years. in U'se For Over ncrea; located on Negro ereek, near I'. Kellogg, of the Chicago Great Turkey Tho Austrian olllco expects CITY. CtMTAOB COMPANV, TT MUNRAV ITKET, NCYO AND THE Hrodlieatl, Ky., la ono of tho Ixjut that tho portc will Immediately CROWDS OF SPECTATORS PRESENT lx; ho!1 at Westcrm Company, tried the cue of tho powers." In tho demands farm in tho county and will the Interstate Commerce a lmrguln. tlio owner beinj; tinalilo to before McWIIIIams Pleads Guilty. properly look after fame, becnuso of Commission, says: "This case ill Independence, Iown, Dec. 0. Wll-- t Mouse Wnu in Suasion Oier ThreeJ Ida health. Tho ontlro fiirm I'ltOM LOUISVILLE uiidur ustrates the injustice of a law which Ham McWillrams pleaded guilty here C. C. Hours nnd u Larjre Number of j funce. 17Uucrc.tln cultivation, balance would compel the railways to con.-pl- y on three Indictments found against1 VIA THE -- s" i timbered, threo Iioiikuh on farm, food Hills Were liitioiluccil. h!m for killing his wire and live chll ATTORNEY-AT-I.Awith an tider of the Com Iron. Sentence will be pronounco.l wollu and uplines, nnd plenty of fjood tin le rlnplara.l mission reducing their rates.rjpt tidmuiti itfii nn MT. VKRNON. KV., stock water. AIbo irood orchard. A Noticeable Feature of the Opening sane. .. n COAT?T?TAT ing juliclal review. There is no : VAl No. It - Consisting of Kifl yjrrx,ivr ud 2ro. iioor oi. O l l Was Absence of Flowers, Which "T E. A. Molltor Appointed. near Conway,- 100 ncren Jmttom more reason or justjee in, having , . OC .QmDClimer, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church I.OW rfltCS tO Heretofore Has Been Common Washington, Dec. r.. K. A. Molltor land, .'!(! nuron timlicr, yood residence the order of the Commission go in street. Special atteution given Washington. Oregon, IJtah, In Both Chambers. chlff engineer of the Midland Valley and ono tonant Houbo. Prleo $800,00 Montaun and all intermediate tjcflect at once, pending appeal r01TIDlPlPLINl!iOt Cask'!tS' to collections. Railroad Co., formerly chief engineei well worth $100i,Ud. Kobes, &c. wJinfJi Washington, Dec. Tho assom oi" tho Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gull Phone No. 8o poiiii.. . PAUM No. .1. A farm of 18,r itcros to the .courts, than that litigants bllng of the congress for railroad, has been nppolntcd supervls generally should bi compelled t Ordei s by Tolophono attend located near Marotburp, and n very their first session was marked by no or of tho Philippine Ral'road system. Tickcts on sale daily up to ed promptly. dcflrablo farm, HO acre under fence pay judgment against them ns 0 unusual Incidents, but It uttraclcd to M. L. and including May 15, 19(5. and in cultivation, balance, 10 acres condition of their right to have tlio cnpltol crowds of sped ;i tors, who l took n lively Interest In tho proceedNO .ORlUM IN CHAMmfRLAIN'S f timber. Cood houses, VST judgments reviewed bv appellings. In thu senate tho iiroceedlngs sprlu and well, splendid orchard, such COUGH KUMKDVJ' AljO Sl'KCIAI, IIOMKSrKKHKS' were brief; The house was In session' Mt. Vernon, Ky (school house, ehutvh anil post ate courts. There does not appear eloe to R.ites to the West nnd South"W. M. There is rtot the lemt danger in for more Than threo hours, and whllo olllco. A most desirable location and to be any good reason why shippeis s J west on certain dates. the proceedings followed tho program giving Chntiiberlnin's Cough Rema splendid bargain. Any ono wishing should be placed' 'in a more (v- MONUUENTAL WORKS,. Work. edy to litt'e children us it contnii that bus marked tho opening of . aTsmall farm can buy a 70 aero, tract ornble position in for many years, there was no opjum or other h iriuful drug. the "courts ihan If you contemplate n trip, risk OFFICE At residence, on Cld off of this farm, liiitno buildings wouju Brodbcnd, K.y, unuugli of Interest to hold mi oxcrp- - It has nn established reputation oJ us for rates.. If yon would Main St,, known as the C. C. Wil- bo Included on tho 70 aero tract- If a other litigants." ., tionally large audience during the en- more thaiPtlnrtv jears as the uiosi Granite and Marble Monuments travel in comfort, see that your Especial attention js also being division is inado. tire time. Hams residence. successful medicine in use (or and Tombstones. ticketteadsoverthe II A largo number of bills and joint PAKAI No. !. 1H0 acres near Urod-- - called to the fact that the rate nnd wlnopiug cough. It Phonk No. 73. letween Louisresolutions wcro Introduced In tho liutiu, yell fenced, plenty good water, decreed by the Commission was an ALL '.VORK Wpl be in office at BRODHEAD house. They cover a large vnrloty of always cures and is pleasant to take ville mid St. Louis. good oiMliard. Plenty timber' to run unfeasonable one; and the querry subjects, including Philippine tariff, Children like it. Sold, by CI sn --SATISFACTION GIVEN- .- every MONDAY noon till Tuesds farm, gjiod residence anil ono tenant C. DaviSf the leading druggist statehood, pensions, regulations of the "li the Commission's own noon. houso, Van lie bought for .WfiO.OO. A js. Free reclining chair cc:s on all . " hours of employment In the executive rates, a re not reasonable rates how ofourSti Louis trains DirecL', departjnonts, nierehhnt nntflmr In TO THE VKGT SOUTHWEST-FoVacres of land bo- - can it be trusted to decide whether crease of salaries of vlco president and connections in St. LoUjJs Union PAU.pNO. CALIFORNIA, fiTC. TO CORE A COLD IH ONE DAY members or tho cabinet, requiring corvvuun irii6ii crecis itnu uriantio. v t le rates made byt the railroads Station with. nil linrs to the Best reached via Missouri Pacifi ' Ono 150 acre tract of land, on ths porations to make full reports or their ' ' aeres'ln'cnltlvation biilanco timbered, themselves are reasonable or not?" West nnd Southwest. Take Laxatink Bkomo Qui-niwaters of Crooked creek. On.j dwellaffairs to the commissioner of corpora-- : Ra'lway, or Iron Mountain Route! two, houses juid well watered. Will L. J. Irwin, Tablets. All druggists refund The genera) opinion ntnong those ing bouse, timber and coal. Tho farm tlnns; Increasing tho powers of tho In- from St Louts, Cairo or Memphis sell cheap. 1? well watered. , Will Gen. Pas'ngs. Agt. terstate commerce commission; Inves- greatly reduced interested that Judge JJethea's de- For further information,sed very cheap. the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Colonist FAUNF No. - 10!) acvo tract, 3 miles addreag, L0UISV11.1.K, Kv. tigating of campaign funds; oinclnl rates on February 21, March 21 Grove's signature is on each box. D. G. CLANK, wet of Mt Vernon oil Somerset road, cision is the most importan evion tho Panama canal, of Intf Orlando, Ky. Texas, Iiuliai )0 acivsln eultlvatiou, balance tiralwr, dence yet seen of the iuexpidiem v Jul. surance companies doing an Intcrstato 1905, to Arkauais, Territories, and good itmIiIciico, barn and nil of putting more powerinto the 'business; of crftton'reports. nnd of tho and Oklahoma o.A.Ej'pcfcaaae.A.., necessary outbuildings. Largo oreh- condition of chl!d labor; provision for numerous points in other Western hand? of abodv which seems not Bous tlo y) I h8 K'ni1 You Have Aim js Bought Betn tba j Ih3 Kind Yoii Haw Always BougMI 1'pli.n riiltnn nrd nnd ulnntv a term president and States. Great opportunity for Ihe Btgaituro r or investor. tho election of senators by a direct PAU.M NO. 7 -- 80 acres noar 1'rov - nble to Pperly exercise the power cf UZaSc7&&UL vote of the' people, round trip tickets on sale denco good rcsidon.-e- , all udder fence, it already ha,N , uurun Senators Allison ahd .Morgan were very fust and third Tuesdnys o nil uiiiiiviiittiu, pioiuy iimoor to run inrin anu won watoreu; in ono appointed by Vlco President Fairbanks each month, limited 21 days. Land:-irqk ai.I. COUGH .MIilICINI$r. ill lliu UIIUIUV iiiu wo, as iTcommltten to notify the president cheap, rates arc low Cheap Prlep $XA). 1 Mr. E. G. Chase, a mail carrier tjiat congress was ready for any com- round trip rates now in effect to NO. 0. JW near of Cnnton.Center, 'Conn., who has munication Tie desired to make. Tho freedom ehm-ol- Hplendid and in the U. S. service for a'.:o senate was In session only 20 minutes. niuter resorts of the West a most doHiraliio farm, l'rieo !?2000, been Southwest. Liberal limits nucf-' ' Senator Aldrlch (It. I.),. Knox (Pa.), sixteen vears, .ay.'-- : ' We ha ej a bargain. ver piivileges. Daily throui? Warner. (Mo.'), and Kruzlcr (Tenu.), ncd many cougli remedies i r 'tandard Pullman sleepers from S took the' oath of offlco nnd uu adjourncrcUig. but Chamberhiiu's Cough You will never get Well and strojig, bright, hapGIVEN ment, was taken us a mark or respect '.ouis via Missiuri Pacific Roilwax Kemrriy is king ot all and 01 e to to the fate Senator l'lutt of Connect!, rr Iron Mountain Rome, also pet py, hearty and free from pain, until you build up your; 'ie relied upon every time. We AWAY. cut. ondlly conducted Touiist sleeper.--. constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-makibo find it the best remedy lor TOGO TO KOJHY Tho preliminary steps to organiza Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satui tonic, like coup lis and colds, giving certa'n tion were taken by th3 houso. Joseph- It is tlii-- way. When I need daystn Cnlifotnia without change u. camion, of Illinois, was Christmas Presents for n suits' and leaving 'no had after I speaker, thu members of thu houso Descriptive literature, map lolder.- - spectacles. go to Franklin nt.iIt. never without Subscribers to the mfleets. We are For sale by Chis.it For particu Vernon, and have my eyes tested; took tho oath of office;, tho oincers and etc., furnished frei. thehoure." Weekly Courier-Journa- l. 'ar, rales, etc , coiiult nearest uid he does it tight. When they floor employes or the body wore C Davis the leading druggist. ' tho rules or tho last congress Ticket Agent or address R. T. ('. need clUnging he ,does it tree ol adopted; anil members went through Matthews, T. P, A., Room 3 The Weekly Courier Journal charge. the formality of drawing for seats, all Norton Bldu., Louisville, Ky. s The argument 011 the appeal of (Henry Watterson's paper) w.ilits of which was enlivened by tho rmmm He also keeps sewing inaehiue William R. Hear-t- , who is. contestto'.share the profits of this pro,pei-ou- s of the crowds In tho galleries, the teedles for all nincliiiics, oil, belts year with .its subscribers. It ing Nev York s niayoralily elec-toanimation of tho reunion or veteran It is a pure, harmless, "medicinal tonic, made from vegetable s.c. Repairs your .spectacles when prppobes to give away twen y Cluist-ma'- s i members and tho Interest of now ohes Tuesday in the Apingreaiems, wmen relieve lemaie pain ana aistress, sucp as headache,?,' One notlceablo feature was thu ab presents, ranging fr nn ?too pellate division of the Supreme broken, your, watciies and clocks backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru- sence of flowers which heretofore have to $20,' amounting to $601 in all. Cuiirt. when they don't run. ation, dragging down pains, etc. been common to both chambers. On There will be four general presents g It is a building, opening days the display had been o jun l TOGO.medicine for women, the only of 100, 50 and $20, and sixteen A FEARFUL FATE. great that, this exhibition nlono would ry it. meuiciue mai is certain 10 ao you gooa. '' ovurnine7ieen"h6urs' presents of 330 and $20 to be given It is a,learful fate to have to enlinvo been sufficient to draw grf'at Sold by every 'druggest in $.00 bottles. urthe states of Kentucky, Indiana, mexico. saved crowds, and tho absence- or flofal trio-- . dure that terrible torture of piles. Tennescee, Texas, Mississ ppi, By tlfe superb double daily Mtcs, duo-ta resolution adopted unan-- , WRITE US A LETTER "YOU ARE FRIENDS t Virginia and Alab?uiii Imntisly by the senate, and, to an order The "I can truthfully sa.." writes Hur-rovir the Iron Mountain Route freely and frankly, Jn strictest confid- of mine," writes .Us. F. L. Jones, d lfe nd its connections, the shortc-- t plains fair and simple. Write to the Co'sonl" o Mudronville, Iowa, ' of tho speaker In tho houso. robbed tho ' xi ence, telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.: occasion of much or Its picturesque--noss- . l Company, Louis- ' That lor bl.nd, bleeding, itching troubles. We will send free advice and quickest line fioin St. Lotlis in "For since taking Cardul I "have (In plain sealid envelope), how to gained 35 lbs., and am in better health reached jricomfort City of Mesico through San Anto- ville, Ky,, for a copy of the Weekly nd pro'ruding ispiles, Buck'p'.s euro them. Address: Ladies' Advisory than for the' past 9 years. A commltteo was nppolntcd to act tell my the best cur nio and Laredo. Through Pullman Onirier.Journal, giving full details. Arnica S.ilve, via Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardul Is worth its with tho senate In committee In not!iiade.-Also best for cut.-- bun p, leepeis daily, leaving St. Louis It will be sent free. Twin. Chattanooga, weight In gold to all suffering ladies." . fylng President noosovoH that con-II1IEI9 ICiSCEHI id injuries Vernon ?5C at Mt. 2:21 p. m. una :2op. m. iviegant gross was.rcady to transact business, drugs'ore. Duig Co's., Dining Cr service. Wonderful jjho rules commltteo and tho commitMexico is attracting the investor tee on mileage were appointed, tho 35 . house adjourned after a session which uid pleamre seeker. i,ow rates, AND .lasted thrpo and a half hours, In liberal slop over privileges. Now Tor Infants ami Children. with resolutions announcing Ry. is the time to go. For descriptive (ho Kind You Have Always Bought tho death of Senator Piatt (Cf.), and literature, rates, etc., see nearest Iloprcsontatlvo Marsh (HI.). THREE TRAINS A DAY Ticket Agent or address R. T. G. Boars tho Wnshington, Dec. 5. Represent.-!Chicago &, Florida Special Matthews, T. P. A., Itou MounWS&u ifenaturo ..mo "Wlllinms, of Mississippi, rho leadtain Route, Room 301 Norton Bldg. pr.of tho minority In the houso. Introla Sen Ice, January (lb, 1906. Louisville, Ky dnced a number of bills and Joint rqs-- , Solid Pullmnn Train LtBVO CIUCIUNATl 9.30 7. M, .olullons affecting tho tariff and cam-- ' MLLkm HANVfT.T.U 12in A. M. pnlgn contributions, Dl.ilns and Oliscrvatinn Can IvT ST, FRANCIS VALLEY UNAS nnd St. AuguMlDO via sSslSSMSSSS 4 HASH ML i? v'c J& Bw i- - I j, )' .- uh,, Jur.t-as-goo- d" V'V.f. IsCASTORlAi it It Jan-nar- lisch-To'.viwt.- d . 1 Ft', ct-c- s 50-ce- w&mmmm sols MT. VERNON DRUG CO. mm feUBKIg u a- RJA . 1 CONGRESSJEGINS !;88 i I Dollars Real Estate Co ROCKCASTLE o"r co'rrc-B;iondc- California The Kind Yon Have Always Bought 30 TWC a NORTHWEST 1m I Henderson Route ... 3. C. JVK3LARY rr Williams, Undertaker - u; "1 15. . Fifty-nint- h V 'I i ', nver-falllnj- Stranforrl. MYERS, First-Clas- Francisco, J&& Dentist, con-t;rcs- s cold-crou- p ENDEK-SONKOUT- K F1RST-CLASS- ,- . - fi.--- Farm Sal. : nr v One-wa- y 0- 25-cts- r two-stor- y six-yea- r foi-nh- c OASTOniA. home-seeke- Home-meek- er i mnm - 111 e i nuii;iiiji;-,iuifui- l j.q Tcsm $t aci-e- s i 1 TOD ELICATE WOMEN ng $600 , - - pies-nnc- o It Makes Fale Cheeks Pink strength-makin- neofaraui 1 ; n wa-beju- , ffiBi vmate&zd m m w NfsurOrlea im lorida ioi 30-t- - to Pm msjvi. ser-vi- a Mis-sou- ri v Coitrier-Joprna- -' -- " m -- " 1, ' com-plfan- SQUTlim - -' - Clialta-noo- The Case of Senator Smoot. AVashlngton, Dec. 5. Chairman s or the senate committee on privileges nnd elections says that no action will be taken In tho caso or Sen-'ntSmobt, or Utah, until the vacancy on the committee is filled which will pit! It over until after tho holiday nnr-rows. and Atlanta. TEXAS Florida Limited ' Solid Train Lotiva CINCINNATI 8:30 A. M. " LEXINGTON 10 an A. M. " UANVILLB lliSO A. M. Day Coached. Pullman Biropen Observation and Dining Cars tor bhrev cport end New Orleans via Chattanooga. Atlanta and Birmingham. why not locate in . If you are contemplating Texas where the east Arkansas, river bottom made soil, rich as cream; for corn, wheat, onf.s, a change, Of Southwest Missouri and North- Queen & Crescent Special if " for the Introduction of bills were broken Montny by tho house. Four hundred public bills were '.f- fjil hlrty-one House Makes a New Record. Washington, Dec. 5. Records y Solid trnln Cincinnati. Lcxlntton. D.in-vill- a to Nc.w Orlcann via Cliattanooca and Illrmlngham. also througli IHillman Hcrvlre to Jacluonvlllc via Aalicvlllo and ti wnnnah and Charleston. Winter tourjst ticket! now on sale at reduced rates. For Information apply: Chas. V. Zcll, D. P. A.. Cincinnati. II. C. Kliii, C. P, & T. A., Lcxlotton, Ky. w, i. lUnnitTT, tr. c. ni.mnoi. (.CM.rtl H ft A any other section of pur cpuntry. Write for literature and Horaeseek Sept. 19, Oct. 3 and 17, Nov. 7 and 1. Write foe St. Francis Valley ers' rates 19. Oct. 3 apd 17, ."loklet. , Nov. 7 and 2t. L . Of.SCHAEFER. T. P; A.. L. O. SCHAEFER, T. P. A., IWt'r Ast ...it... Cotton Belt Route, Cincinnati, O CINCINNATI, d. O. Cotton Belt Route, Cincinmti.O-" Winters rie mi'd and a home can' be purchased for what ou pay annually in rent in the North? East Texas offers opportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in Yield big crop, and vegetables. no failure. Op n winters. Land now cheap but dvauciug, investi-- j gate tins fall. Homeseekers rate-- ' 1 clover, timothy, alfalfa, frufts wL VBMPhmm mKf mg m frKfl I i ' -- o ' 1 SBBHHkiSHHiliHHHB9HEHBHB99HRBSHHBH9BBH l . . . - 'i -- - -- i nil