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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f a d Jtn = PublishedEvery Friday CASTLE KY 15 1905 11 d J J- s t ry f 13 5000 L n S n of Good for 25c Met only sjc- 211J s of Fine Cau dy pure stick for i8c jo ot Cup Green Jle Tobbacco for 6c heavy Calf 100 TOYS SANTA GOODS Stanford No i Flour per sack 65c Belle of Lincoln Flour per sack 580 NO3 or 3rd grade sack 48c 20 Ibs Granulated Suear 100 IN the I 1 Cts a too Rice for 50 a Come and see +ar I 1 f s we keep in stock at all times he and Best Shoes Hardware Queensware and Tin itockof Dry Goods Clothing ware add best of all J3 winter Shoes Mens heavy winter Underwear per suit 750 and CLAUS IN ABUNDANCE per OVERCOATS FINEST STOCK Prices THE COUNTY QU1 LITY SUITSjat Diess j T Jflouui rrnuu i nlll ROCKdLIIJ1ExI COUNTY FRIDAY DECEMBER KUMBER gjCjBAKERSCreat Cash Store Diamond Roasted Coffee King Roasted Coffee Lardtbs pound pounds pound EVERYTHINGCHEAP Nufced Spot Cash Spot Cash REMEMBER Biggest e It Forw Less Womens CHRISTMAS exceedingly LOWConsidering 12 100 Pairs- of Childrens Yarn Huse roc a pr- FINEDRESSGOOD AT PRICES TO rT1C 1PorKET Credit Cant Buy Goods At PRICES LIKE THESE n1nnnn nnnnnnn1ttHntnnnnnnnntntnnn iliflilflllltt11 Stylish Solid COMFORT Illa s osIs what you will have iryoiibuy a pair 9f the Celebrated W L DOUGLAS Shoes They are made over tli foot form the last and combine- Fit Style Wear arid Comfort in tit 1 8 slh sf- VrJcllEvettS w In l2 50 3 and 3 This shoo tandi for that is bestiihmaking of Shoes We bave ouu reintorstoc eon tne shelves all tlra different leathers BtyJesand widths you wantto ret the worth of your money opportunityWe sell everything but if is one njory than another which tickltsourvanitytil r i plelt tinaof A Days Doings in Kentucky INa IsAFE LEFT UNLOCKED IIRobbersried Away 3000 Middlesboro Ky Dec 11TIe safe and in the grocery store of Owsley Son Much in this place was burglarized and nearly 3000 was taken The robbery occurred at 7 oclock The robbers the entered the store through a rear win dow and turning the night latch on the safe secured all the money and man made their escape The safe had been and left unlocked through the careessness of a member of the firm Kroxvllle when was telephoned for bloodhounds which he will be placed on the trail WHILE RESISTING ARRESTI Deputy Sheriff Holliday Shot and their Killed By Jake NobleVe edTing to arrest lake Noble at Jackson Grant Ilollidav a deputy sheriff was IUve shot and killed Holliday had a war ned misdemeanor and 1Ison his elbow Noble fired six bulet into Holliday killing him instantly Noble is not expected to live ter WITHOUT PROVOCATION the An L b Section Hand Killed a R Brakeman It Is Allegedsi Beattyville Ky Den 11 William Xewman brakeman on the L railroad was killed here James NIImo Tunn a section hand Is accused he murder It is alleged that Gunn without provocation shot Newman chile the latter was on his way home from the ardsThe depot agent F lor 1 Mclntoshi hearing the shots ran to Newman who died In a few see n Dds The decedent leaves a widoW of and two children Plan Important Changes Sbelbyville Ky Dec llThe sen tc committee on revenue and taxa on yvhich has been session hero ill week preparing the new revenue lir for the next general assembly has djourced to meet here again on mber IS It is understood there will e important changes in the method of saessment and colection of taxes Securing the Right of Way Icxngton Ky Dec 1He Cen ai Kentucly Nnlural Gas Co which roposes to furnish all of the Central entucky towns with natural gas from tae wells of Menlfee county have ss re l toe right cf way from ths city the gas fields with the exception r a small tract of land near Winches cr ed Wants Another Name Lexington Ky Dec llAs it is of ally occurrence that his nameis con sed with that of hs brother Attar er Nathaniel H Hobbs of this city dll ask the next session of ths Ken acky general assembly Ho permit him change hs name but so Jar he ha3 at decided on a cognomen Murder and Suicide Newport Ky Dec 11 Coroner Tatthias Higgins says he wilt return in verdict of murder and suicide in tin ayes of Robert McDyer 23 and hs tmg wife Lzzie McDyer 17 of 3lel- urne Campbell county Ky VIQ ere found dead late Saturday niglit nid tragic circumstances Healthy Triplets Born Corinth Ky Dec 11The wife of Henry Woolens who lives oa ancy Creek Owen county Ky ge lirth to trtpets two boys and a grl ir B R Lancas er of New Counts Ky fie attending physcfvn rq nits the children dung well f Married Half a Century Covington Ky Doc ILJ Ire t loihcnhoefer and his vIfe have jut eebratcd the golden anniversary her marriage with a family rauaion It titer home 24 East Robblrs street Ir Rothenhoefer is 73 years of ago and hts helpmate s75 Killed in a Shooting Cillery Fowlins Green Ky Dec ItPaul Bowles aged rfi years tiled et thQ Huddle sanitarium in this city as the result of pistol shot wounds receive at the hands of W C Poston pr prietor of u shooting gallery on M a street in a cjuarre Not Until February Covington Kyv Dec H BxSeerc tary of the Treasury John Carlisle as notified his relatives and friends that he will not Bring thovremains of his wjfe to Covington for runtil the last of January pr first ol February Congre aman Rhinock Operated On fork flee 1tCongrescma iRhipock of Covington Ky who rolitag al+the Imperial had two op rations performed on his throat ant all noep last Friday by Dn Quinlan o in thls city which were entirely sticcesa 11 fulr and A Verdict For 400 Lancaster Ky Dcc 11rtepresen- ne tative J R Mount was awarded a ver diet of 400 against the L N injuries sustained while from a train M this place about a year agQeHe sued for 10000 Tobacco Factory Fire lktonrKyncc ItThe tobac cory factory owned by James Chestnut a Trenton burned The John Russel factory was damaged Incendiarism nl f suspected RHEYSKIMffiYCORE tlli IU44 SAVED BY THE POLICE Sharp Had a Close Call at Lexington Lexington Kyt Dec 12 Nathaniel claiming too a resident of Richmond Ky arrested here charged with detaining Misses Susie Katie Ray against their wilL excitement prevails in the southern part of the coy where the young women live and had it not been for officers Sharp would have been severely dealt with According to the statements of the two young girls the followed tkem for some distance just before they reached their home he grabbed both of them and they made an effort to escape shoved one of them against a tree faceIscreamed and neighbors rushed to assistance Officers Langston fSloan and Sergt Ryan respond to a tail and in less than 15 min Sharp had been arrested and ken before the young women who pos y identified him He was hur to headquarters to escape a howling mob CAUSED A SURPRISE tJames Todd Named As Assitant Postmaster Wi Lexington Ky Dec 12 Poetmas Charles H Berryman announced appointment of James A Todd as assistant postmaster to succeed Geo u Warieii who has herd the place te retirement of Thomas L Walker two years ago After the Jislh cf Postmaster Elklns s vera ths 331 Warren was named by bondsmen to act as postmaster un the preadent rade tha appoint HtancI he pave such general satif1 acton that tho apwintmetlcreate sensaMon in political circles lu oi wto appoint Tcdd and at Jha san ii e take care of ir Warren Post aster rerryman created the offlct chief clerk and placed Warren It charge of all the office force this be ng approved by the president Warren isthe oldest man in point of service in the lora office and It was be IeetJ bj ninny that he would be ap P1rlnt postmaster to fin out the nn expired lterm of Mr Blkjns JURY NTHE LOVING CASE Banker on Trial For Killing a Mer chant in Paducah Paducah Ky De 12T11 H II Living murder cake went to trial It required near y rill the afternoon to set a jury Lovings attorneys are Congressnjan Ullie James ofMarJon Cecil Reed and JfjS FltitiiiOywitr- City Putsecutor T B Harrison anti Hal Cprbettj of Paducah far tIle pro ecutop Loving a former Banker anii prominent capitalist it is alleged kill H A Rose a lumber dealer last mrie1 Killed Bya China Doll Covington Dec 12A china dqll was the cause oj the death of Elizabeth Parton 13 living on Beech avenue The little girl was employed by a Cincinnati firm and one of her bosom friends tossed a small china doll baby to the Parton girl telling her to keep It as a remembrance The girl put the doll in her mouth and bidding her friend goodby swal lowed the plaything piled a Deed of Assignment LaniavTlp Ky Dec 12Wlth lia bullies amounting to 87000 and with only 287 In the treasury E D Mar tin and the board of directors of the Peoples Life and Accident Insurance Co with headquarters in this city died a deed of assignment and asked for the appointment of a receiver Killed In a Runaway Pndueah Ky Dec 12AII het horse started to run away in Cano way county Mrs Jesse Swift jumped from the buggy and was killed Her neck was broken Her daughter re roamed in tae buggy and stopped the animal Mr Swift is a farmer Sorrow at Louisville Louisville Ky Dec 12l11e sai newt of the death of Capt Sam 3 Brpwi was received here and cast a jrlqom pf solrfqw in the hearts ot a host of warm personal friends All boats have their flags at half mast tu respect to his memory dFound Dead In Eed Madisonville Ky Dec 12J M Pembcrton 70 one of tha wcalhLs anti bestknown citizens of this county was found dead in his bed death hay ing resulted from apoplexy For a number of years he was a prominent tobacco buyer here tTwo Brothers Held Elizabcthtown Ky Dee 12At a 1nc1here William Waddle shot Ed in the arm and leg and James Waddle cut James Robert In the side and back find split RAn its cheek s is alleged Both men were held to Uw grand jury Downtg The Mc Brayer distiller owned by W W Johnson of Cincinnati has closed down and will make no run this season It now has on hand 20000 bar eels qt whisky rorWorry Causes Death Louisville Ky Dec 12Irs Mary F Seaman 2421 High street arrested ten days ago on the charge ot poisons ing a neighbors chickens died Wor killed hoc She was prostrated eve her arrestJ Yalnabie dogs are often y 11fohlltt ec as these animas taro quite suajepilble tp stvaIpox nllGDY h t Esfablistree 887 rx rn t Ire in I 4 JrLIN THE MONTH OF DECEMBER iLetfx- 3fcc Y goodsOur Guarantee Q 1 v M Lowest Piices Best Quality Latest Style Perfect Service Every man should he his best friend Call on us for a Snit or Over Coat and we will do you good jft 2651MensMens BroganstooanduPB-oys Brogans 95 cts and up and the Children heavy Shoes all and prices w rth the money 4Bed Blankets and prices r Good Singlebarrel Breechloading Shot Gun t350are now putting on exhibition the nicest and most complete line of holiday goods IWe county Beginning Dec 16th to Dec 25th Santa Olaus will make our store Call weTIa talk it over and exchange good wishes 3 THO CHERRY BRODHEADi KENTUCKY n Headquarters for Bargains p dJtc K CiLlilJPrIJG7 r OUoUOJ7DUJ7gguadO trO OtrL tl an bif Jt J The Gibralter of Rockcastle County 9- cFinancial rn m a1tJr Institutions 01lti yrbyea tdI CITIZeNS BftNK I I M OF BRODHEAD KY I Offers to the people a safe and conservative it Ji Banking System f f fI f fI P I tP mi ltACCOUNTS OP t 1 gFirms a ar p era ons 5oIiJi I ed =r us your business and we guarantee a pleas cut IGive oprofitable relationn t 3 per cent Intermit on all deposits of 100 m s 1 more when left in the bank and not check Iorupon for a period of six months rJ J W HUTCHESON Cashier C m h- iItiffJ t11 f f f r23 D= = To The Tax Payers of Rockcastle County I have been Sheriff to fill the unexpired term untilcausedthe first of January in which to collect the tax for the year 1905 and the uncollected tax for the years 19021903 and 1904 andall persons owing tax for either of the above years must calland settle same at once I dont wish to put any taxpayer to any cost but this years work must be settled and I have instructed my Deputies to collect the tax s tine in eachof their territories and if are not paid I have ordered them to levy This notice applies to those taxpayers who are stillowing them ancl you must settle them at once We will do no more riding You must call at my office and settle Very respecsfnlly VICTOR CTATESR C iiARETBURG o Mr W T MuHinsha the agents place hereMr S H Martin has alt conlrcled his farm to a North Caro lina gentlemanThe railroad work at thisplace is progressing nicely Little Wallace Mullius who has pneumonia is improvingMr of John Hunt Logue McCall o this place were at Hazel Patch Sunday lastMiss Susie Hunt is visiting her brother at Lebanon Junction On account ot sickness in our tetchers familv there has been no school for the past two weeks Roscoe Griffin an employ ee of 1rQadwork at this place t sizes at Comforts at reduced they had his linger mashed off = PreAItt of Hazel Patch is here measureing lumber for the Sports wood Lumber CoThe Misses Hi of Oak Hill are visiting Ibe Misses Shivell of near hereMas ter Jack Luis ot Maywood is ting his little cousins Lewis an Colmer McCallMiss Edith Cress Corbin and John Griffin of Liv afthis placeMrs Lou Purcell is spending the winter with her mother Mrs GriffinMrs Alt Pil e visited Mrs Rebecca Reynolds Mr J S Cash has moved to Ottawa CONWAi v Mr J J Wood made a business trip to Paris tl iweekMr J M Nave was on Copper Creek this stweek on busines Drummers are plentiful here this week looking after the holidav tradeMr J Hf Sigmon our postmaster says Conway is not what it used to be = Stange but its true if some people =sty owued the United Sates they I wonld like to Hater Canadaibr a t calf lot + The pfpsioffice at this 1 place will be moved in 10 days to J the new sight in East Conway se lected by the patrons of the office re Mr W M Sparks of Snider moved to Conway to engage in work at the spoke milLMr and 1 Mrs Rusaw Willis of Combos Ky are visiting relatives here this week Mr B B Beldon one ofour best citizens expects to move to Illinois the first of the year 1Our little village seems to be all up side down at present but we hope it will get straightened out in the near future and get downto business againtile W C Viars 1 made a business trip to Richmond 4 hetttird qy as bought a fine turkey forChristmas ladytPulling was in Mt Vernon this week on business Mr Joe Todd ne of the best boys in the county vho has been in time West forthe j past year returned home last weeki4 jItt O AL FRIDAY JVMJEMBER 8 1905 Published ever Friday by S ALBRIGHT 1EDGAR SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOJ 4d Advertising rates trade known onJ abblicationI TilE gENERAL LAND OFFICE THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER Recommends the Abolishment of 107 r Ct 11ireport for the fiscal year ended June 1905 the commissioner of the gen eral land office recommends that thej office of receiver of public moneys n w the 107 local land offices be abolished The proposed action it ill stated would result in an estimated saving of 1250000 per annum During the year 17056622 acres of the public land was disposed of The receipts from all sources aggregate S7017811 and aggregate expenditures and estimated liabilities for the pub lie land service 1988389 In regard to the alleged unlawful in closures of public lands fraudulent entries and illegal cutting of timber on the public domain the report shows that during the year nearly 1000 en tries were suspended upon reports of special agents and that 1500 entries were cancelled as a result of thes and prior proceedings Reports show more than 100 instances of unlawful inclosures of public lands Sixtynine of these have been removed and pro ceedings are pending to compel the removal of fences in the remaining cases reported There were pending in the courts on July 1905 66 civil suits for the recovery of 1555803 IN THE BALTIC PROVINCES Desecration of Churches Murder of Land Owners and Pillaging St Petersburg Dec 10 via Eydtkuh nen East Prussia Dec 12Rlga is completely cut off from St Petersburg Even the railway telegraph is no working The scanty news reaching St Petersburg is all to one effect The last advises received from the Baltic provinces reported the desecra Lion of churches the murder of landowners and the pillaging of property The revolutionaries are growing in audacity In one case they attacked a detachment of troops and seize wagons which they used in the sion of estates in the vicinity They escaped on a narrow gauge railway after capturing a train A meeting held in the t lheater hero orhlrft vas t aby representa the cof all the associations adrocat ing a constituent assembly on the sis of universal suffrage was broken up by the police who drove the audi ence from the theater rhe extreme newspapers of St Petersburg are open ly defying the government by publish ing re outons favoring armed uprIs- Ing RUSSIAN REFUGEES Five Hundred of Them Arrive at New York City New York Dec 12Five hundred Russian refugees many of them witnesses of the massacres in y and other Russian cities disembark fed here from the steamers Patricia and Chemnitz Some of them told graphic and pitiful stories of their ex periences Jews who had themselves lain hidden in Odessa houses while mobs searched for them Russian workmen of the Christian faith strik ers from the railroads a newspaper reporter and Germans who had log lived in Russia Joined at Ellis Island immigration station in declaring that they had been attacked irrespective reJgion that their assailants we led by police disguised in citizens clothing and that the massacres were notrace psrsecution but revolution DEATH LIST ON THE LAKES Total of 215 Lives Lost During the Past Season Chicago Doc 11 According to p urea compiled by the Lake News Bureau the death list on the great lakes during the season now r closing has been the heaviest of s year since big steel vesses began to t be used on the lakes A total of 215 Jives were lost Of these 116 were lost during the three great storms of r this fall The remaining 99 were lost by falling overboard and like causes During the season of 1904 only 49 lives were lost on the great lakes this be- Ing the smallest loss on record and only two of these were due to ship wrecks Anticipates Interest secretsIIs sst on United States government bonds due January 11906on Decem L ber 15 1905 The total interest pay went anticipated will aggregate about Frigate Constitution Annapolis Md Dec12City coun cil passed unanimously a resolution authorizce F the destruction of the old frigate Con YstltutlOT but to have it brought to Annapolis and kept at the naval acad emY figTheWeeks Business Failures I New 3fprk Dec 9 Business fall j tires for the week ending December 7 1 numbered 203 against 188 last week 221 in the like week of 1904 241 r IWS and 27 In 7902 In Canada fall ares this week number 31 as 25 last week IiiEYTAltflill Sz Pzt- Pad c1 = its mm EXECUTED Mrs Mary Babel Rogers Paid the IPeualty For Hus the JlmdelI WENT TO THE GALLOWS BRAVELY All Appeal atces the Woman Was the Calmest Person in Death Chamber theI Her Neck Was Broken at the Second Cervical Vertebra and She Lost Consciousness Instantly the Drop Fell Windsor Vt Dee 9 Without a tremor and without a word Mrs Mary Mabel Rogers marched to her death the gallows at the state prison here and paid the penalty of murdering her BennIngIances Mrs Rogers was the calmest person in the chamber of death Sh sinlca1jneanor ever snce her arrest more nan three years ago Greatly to the relief of those ofli ials who were assisting in executing he sentence JTary Rogers has hour as remarkably free from harrowing ncldents It had been feared that the tamales woncltrful nerve would de rt her at tha final moment and thaw she would be carried to the scaffold n a state of collapse Instead howt ver Mrs Rogers met death bravely Although th a woman was not offi ally pronounced dead until min ues and 30 seconds after the trap wa eprung site evidently suffered no pain ler heck was broken a the second ervical vertebra and shelost con clousness instantly the drop fell A ew feeble convulsive movements of leI pinioned hands were the only evi lances that vitality had survived thfJ Irst shock The drop fell at 113 p m and Mrs logers was pronounced dead hy th rtondaut physician at l2Tia Tit onions feet Varey touch the floor or an instant but the deputcs an tlir atfom cf the scaffold immediate tightened the rope and raised the un coscnus torn c caiiple of Inc eIirla hrs Dew = would to 2Zi jnaH tioever lItr V before would be the one to thtcondemned person were a man or a woman said Gov E W Hoch in talk ing of the execution at Windsor VtIof Mrs Rogers APARTMENT HOUSE FIRE A Mother and Five Children Burned dTo Death in New York New York Dec 12A mother and her five children were burned to deati in a fire in a fivestory apartment house at Columbia avenue and tOOth street Two others were injured and a score or more tenants were thrown into a panic some of them cut off from escape and several rescued by police firemen and ambulance stir geons The dead include Mrs John Thomason the mother her threeyear old twins and her three other children ranging from seven months to nin years of age Mrs Thomason lost he life in an endeavor to save her children ALICE ROOSEVELTS PRESENTS After Five Weeks They Have BeenI Placed in Her Possession Washington Dec 9The Valuable presents and trophies of Miss Alice Roosevelts trip to the Orient were placed in her possession They ar rived about five weeks ago but were given their turn in examination and appraisement which was concluded Thursday A messenger from the white house paid the required duty 2gboxes to the white house The unpack ng began immediately rePrealdent s Long Trip Washington Dec 11 Information has been given out that Presiden Roosevelt has announced privately L sOme of his close personal friends a Washington that at theendof his term as president he will take a trip around the world Hearst Not a Candidate For Governor New York Dec 9At a recuptior MunicipaeOwnership League assemblymenelec and aldermenelect William R Hearst mayoyr alty election was candidate for governor The Sultan Has Yielded London Dec 12The correspondent of the Dally News at Constantinople says The sultan has yielded He has accepted the scheme for the financial control of Macedonia as en fbodied In the la tcollectiye note the power Pennsylvania Monument Unveile- dAndersonvilieGa pee SThe un yelling of tha erected her in memory of thefeodTers from Pen sylvania who died during the civil took place here Tfie ironnrutrt one of the handsome flora and 522000 Football Season Fronts Ann Arbor Mich Le 9iof 1f Atilctr 1tfootball season e a r g a debt of 5000 Jich result of inro CROUP Not a trrinule should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Rem edy given as soon as the child n come hoarse or even after the pretand is pleasant and safe to take Sold druggist by Chas Co Davis the leading j L 13 TORN j t f =Fire PrddfiM 1 i f 6 you are looking for YOUR MONEYS WORS Take your oilcan to your peal er and insist on having it Filled with FIREPROOF COAL OIL Fire Proof Oil BItODHEA1- Mts Josh Dunn and family wish to thank through the columns of The Signal their mauv friends for the kindness shown them while stay htreMr Robert Payne well tried sectiion man has been promoted to foreman with an extra gang at MaretburgLuck to you BobMiss Willie Benton has returned from Nazareth where she has been foritheirto the regret of tbeir many friends The Baptirt Sundayschool will give a big entertainment in the the Brodhead Opera House Christ mas night It promises to be a great one and will be rememberedI many years Dont and bring all your ftieudsLeave your ordeis for all kinds of Xmas with Swiuford the musician He can furnish you anything in thata line that you can find in Louisville Donations to the Young Mens Club this week have been manyJ Old Santa is coming dowathe pike and if you will leave your or der for 3oys etc with Teed Hamm he will see your Uncle San ta and have it promptly filled He has everything that would make a kiss taste good and the recipient supremely hapyC C Cable was over in Garrard talking with one 1u of his many sweethearts about ser h eral important matters of a dec4rt hiondavrand Tuesdayso your correspondent has just been informed by a grapvine wire from the Marellusi vicinityRev A J was eS to Riley Station Wednesday to preacha funeral Go to J Thom I as Cherry for your Christmas cran berries Misses Maud Forbes and I Lyda ltonwere visiting in Lan caster a few davs Wildie what has become of you When youC want fresh oysters celery see MrJ Swinford Mrs J T Cherry was visiting in Mt Vernon first of the week Mrs Conn of Mt Vernon returned home with her Mrs Clarence Perkins of Junction City was visit ing relatives herelast weekCapt Smith and family will leave in a shorttime to make their future home in Winchester Ky to the regret of their many friendsMiss McAfee has returned to her home in MercerMr Thomas Capps of Lebanon spent a few days with the homefolks E J Hamm is here- for the holidays Mrs J M Clark is on the sick listIt is witha a feeling of genuine regret that the Baptist church give up their be loved pastor Rev Richard R Noel who has lobored so faithfully here for four years Every one loves iIlllonbejmissed great deal May heavens choicest blessings be upon him andmay his noble efforts be crown ed with success in the vinyard f the Lord SOME QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF What am I here for a Of what use am IWhat is success Am I a success Why nor Do 1 climber he earth Did I ever have tin original useful thought Who titles my tbinkingfor me 1AI I in a rut What is my personal opinion of myself What do my friends thinkujof foe PEI HAWS rHEO Ill should die tonight would any one remember me inc kindness- in six months Did 1 ever add to the sum of 5earthsIs my disposition agreeable- Do I ever try to improve my char acterAm I better or worse than last yearAm I progressing intellectually Are my habits of life such that I can recommend them to young pea pIeAm I a hypocrite Have I the courage ofmy con is my weak point Do I overeat IDo I control my apetites or are they my masters tehlperIanything What has the future in store for meWould I go out of my way to 1o kind act if I knew I would neve receive any benefit therefrom Have I wit enough to care intel 3igantly for children Do I know enough about my body to take proper care of it Ifmy body were a machine could I pass an examination as en gineer to take charge of its Do I dare to answer the above questions truthfully to myself Get yourself in a corner and ad t honestly and fairly flint you ave a bad habit or a fau Jtand it will be easy to exterminate the seine IHERlUNSI manIctu sm I praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is effective and prompt relief follows its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitato testily to its merits fo the benefit of others It is a ceatam for croup and will prevent he attack if given at the first ap of the disease It is especially adapted to children as it is peasant to take and contains nothing injurious MrE A Um phreys n well known resident and clerk in the store of Mr E Lock of Alice Cape Colony South Af rica says Iiave used Cham berlnns Cough Remedy 10 ward 1amiIr1Iand it gives me pleasure to recom mend it For sale by Cbas C Davis leading druggist jBROTIHEAD I Your regular correspondent at Brodhead Fred JL Durham iaJust 320 pound kid and dos not Mke time to indulge in reminiscences hut I will attend to that pary ot Jt forhim a few ales today In a conversation with Mr J G Woodyard he told many interest ing things about Brodhead when he came here 55 years ago Near were he now lives stood what was known as a drover s stable where large droves of horses mules cattle hogs etc used toPtit up for the night while being driven to the Sunny Southland He made many trips himselfon foot driving hogs down South at 10 perjmonth From 300 to 700 hogs would be in rove and they would move along at the rate or 6 to 12 miles a roadtraveljI berland or Kentucky river the streams would beafoot swolen to tackle and they wonld have to camp sometimes severaj days But would have a good blue he saifl goodfways 1 Make Your Grocer Give You Guaranteed Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Alum Baking Powders interfere with digestion andare un healthful Avoid the alum ty ladies in the neighborhood and each fellow would take his girl to a dance and we would swing partners all night long and not go home til morning The girls liked to dance and drink as well as the men folks and we hada time ct it Mr Woodyard says it would take 2 das to drive through but coming back they averaged walking 35 miles a day Hogs sold then at about 2 per hundred weight The two old buildings just across the river here are owned bv T S Frith the other by John Conn are the only buildings row standing that were here when Mr Wood yard first moved here The oldest business house is that of T S Frith The people then worshiped at Boones Fork and the first pastor there lie remembers was Rev Jas Asbell Mr Woodyard married Miss Jane Vanhook in 1850 and in addition to see their estimable chil dren grown up around them they have witnessed the giovvlh of Brod head FURIOUS FIGHTING For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomache and liver troulle but at last I won and cured my diseases by theme of Electric bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful menicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under a guarantee to do the saute for your by Mt Vernon Drug Co druggists at 5oc a bottle Try them today Capt S S frown Dead PJttsburjr Dec12Cal Samuel S firown miftimilllohaire coal operator JIel at his home on Squirrel Hill in his city Capt Browns death has jeeu expected for several weeks and vfls due to stomach troll l Fire in Crooklin destroyed prop arty worth close to 300000 A hoard of United States Govj evernment engineers is in session at the custom house to discuss a plan for improving the Ohio river from Louisville to Caro iun Down w presIa common ex illson we hear on every Unless there js Jim organic trouble the con ticn errs doubtless be remedied our doctor is the best adviser not dose yourself with all ids of advertised remedies et his opinion More than likely u need a concentrated fat food enrich your blood and tone u the systemS S Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened dnd wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish If you ae run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureinthe of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4P9 Pearl Street New York 5tc aM fADrwthtr- ti I WHY IS IT THAT I BUY AND SELL MORErPRODUCE THAN ANY OTHER STOREJ 11anyMy place will be Headquarters for SANTA CLAUS Every thing in Tops and fine Candies Winter Clothing and Shoes at prices that will shock YOn modestyA HIATT HIATT KY Jt r 2n Z li- Br WRlm FATS PatsHATSnl l HAVE resumed from the city with a beauti fill line of HATS BABY CAPS ChildrinsW anti invite the ladies of the to BjPJtinSc ow S uc E3c i SEIOES I i HAVE you examined our line 0- SHOES f Fall and Winter I iIf not dont tail to f do so t buying beforel PRICEand QUALITY both will 1Phone 66 1Yours tw nosJONAS McKENZIE COME COME- r r invite all to come and see u s At my store you will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING I If IWe allIcarrry a full line of Clothing that will suit 1MYOUR BANKINGV No matter how small no mattter low 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 checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashieriAversPiU WantyouroustacllelJeardabeautiM KILLTHECOUCHAND KingsNew II FOR just cONSUMPTION sad Otis IHeSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TKOT7B LIB or YOItXY BACK Sugarcoated easy mild inaction lOtlkeJI constipation b IIi 0 sickheadache ttril BUCKINOHAMSDYE aacce oaru3ehsu TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersigned listing been restored to forRPVPrnIfieanxiousdesire1SttheywilliithrantlufferelJl will ry his remedy it jnva whichwillblessing will please address Kir BinruuL A WILDS Brooklyn New Ywk 3 IOC hen tunl 791 i J 0 JI TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 332 am 23 south 124 P wi 21 Southr 12363 m JAS LANDRUM Agen- Phone No 58 Kntercil at the Mt Venion Ky 1ostnffi re ax Kecondclua mail matter PERSONAL Mrs F iaie Adams is in Louis vi eshppin Hr and fir Jasper Rickels are visitingat Pine Hill J Fish was in Knoxville this week buying goods Mr Marv Conn is visiting rel ativts and friends at Brodhead guesnof Mrs J W Brown several day weekIMr and Mrs W J Sparks anfi Atty and Mrs B J Bethurum are in Louisville Mrs Cleo Brown and Misses Annie Thompson and Recu Baker are guests of Mrs W P Lincoln in Louisville Miss Bettte Brooks a charming and talented young lady of Corbin was visiting her auut Mrs S C o Davis this week MrS H Martin has sold his i splend farm near Maretburg and r reIl more than likely become a cit a Jlen oTMtTyersQn Mrs Sue Butuer was here Wed nesday trying to rent property tir as to have the advantages of1 the Brown Memorial school Mr and Mrs J1U Craig art jejoicing over the arrival of a tintI girl at theirhomecbristened Salt He for his aunt Mrs M F Craig Fon Jesse Alverson was up from Stanford this week to fee one ob ipiiprettiest girls Jesse certain tdrvafood thing when bfJtIit Rev Brisco and wifehave arrived tiand at present ar toPPing at the Miller Hotel They will soon gr to housekeeping in the Dr M eret property recently vocated by A W Soward LOCAL M L Denham has purchased ihi Geo McCoy property on Richmond St Riddle Bros have sold their stock of general merchandise at Orlardo to Frank Mullins a son inlaw to John Owens There is a demand for a dozen more hours in Mt Vernon now but there is not a single one for rent This most assuredly indied cates that some building ought toer be done The Mt Vernon Signal Souvei Chistmas Edition will have a vi circulation Orders are being sent in from many directions both and near the supply of extra copier is becoming limited Rockcastle will be illustrated onI paper nearly as was possible to do so in a short time Next week you will read the Special edition all of it printed in this office in col ors and it will be a blooming beauty TO TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES I would lihe for each teacher file with me their terra report and Truslresannual report as soon possible after the close of their school Again I will request the trustee wherein levys were made during the year of 1904 to call in their Treasurer and have an annual statement and file the same w me G M BALLARD NOTICE To the Hon S D Lewis County Judge and the Hon L W Be tburum CountyAttorney of Rock castle County Ky You are here wmrbetheir regular January meeting 1906 to grant a parole to Henry Hellardl now in States Prison der sentence for marslaughter v t Ve pon Ky Dec 13 J91S JU M JOHSON Aityl 1 Buy your Urisimas jewelry iro Franklin He has the nicest as sortitent in tan members of the Brodhead IThe Sunday school will give a thIOrders for extra copies of our Xm s Edition have been coming IJtj quite lively and we can only prom- Ise to supply those who speak time John Maims age is while at tempting to brard a freight train at Wildie last Tuesday waS caug ht under the wheels and his body was ceihome roctk The nrowl1 MeMurial Church of BaltiniOiC has contributed the beginnings of two librariesour fur the Dormitory one for the school The former wilt be called the Langdon Memorial Library nnd the latter the Brown Memorial School Library Brown Memorial School dOle Dec 20 1905 to open again ir 1906 Special inducements me offered to teachers of county Tuition for Teachers Course is fifeen dollar per term but any teacher bringing in five pupls fo a rm receives tuiton free as dues teacher who is most punctual attendance and who makes greatest improvement RESOLUTIONS Whereas Almighty God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to calion from his suffering here on earth our companion H L Tate who at the timeDf his death was High Sheriff this county therefore be it re ed sjlved that tIn the death of Companion Tale our Chapter has lost a true t and faithful companion his family tender and devoted husband and father the community a good citi zen and the county a true and faithful officer who tho suffering almost the whole term of his office performed bis duties well 2That while deploring the of our companion to our Chap we humbly submit to Him Who doe1 all things wellwe ev tend our sincgrest sympathy to the i oily of our companion and point them to The Sacred Source From 2 Whence AH Earthly Comforts Flow That a copy of thee resolutions he spread upon our minutes a copy 3 sent the family of the deceased an they bepnblished in the Mt Vernon Signal and Lancaster Recr Ala tThat this Chapter be clothed in mourning for thirty clays I 5 A B Furnish L W Bethurum Com Fritz Krueger 6 RESOLUTIONS Hall of Ashland Lndje 7 Nc 640 F S A Whereas It has pleased the c u 8 Unior9Grandand esteemed frienland hroth H L Tate who was born in Garrard county Ky March qtl iSSsand departed this life Dec 16 Roddek pounty at of usfare a ul officer and- Whereas In his grand character of Masonic manhood he displayed by his affectionate regard and love his delight in our pleasure and prosperity his untiring energy for promotions of all goodand charity and Whereas By his sterling qua ii ties of manhood he won our app rc elation kindest affection and re ttothe death of titste noble and devoted member and brother his wife a kind loving and indulgent husband and his chit dren a devoted and affectionate rather lodgei ex to ed uduw- profoundest Its sympathy in this hour of her irrepairable loss and may God ever watch o rguide and Protect her and Resolved That a memorial page be set apart upon the records of this lodge and these resolutions be spread at large thereoaa copy be sent to his family aixi that they be p b1ished in the Masonic Home Journal and the Mt Vernon Sig iriah BVB Cox GS Griffin SKD Lewis Committee- m i On Saturday nigit a concert will be given at the school for the her thrfitforiiIoutsiders over 6000 having been put into builniigs rind repairs since January It and as more is to fol w if the work here is successful peopleny the management that every ticket be sold and that the house be well filled for these entertainments They are worth tutee times the price charged and the students rese ve the bent fit of the money See program IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THK EASTER DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IK BANKRUPTCY In the matter Bankrupt10hn On this 2th day of December A D 1905 on corsukring the peti iou of the aforesaid binkrapt foi discharge filed on the day of December A D 1905 it is d by the court that a orderI had upon the same on the of December A D 1905 befon said court at Covington in said dis trict at 10 oclock in the forenoon r as near thereto as practical and hat notice thereof be published in he Mt Vernon Signal a newspa per printed in said district and that 1r ill known creditors and other per iiis s in interest may appear at said ime and place and show cause if = my they have why the prayer of aid petitioner should not be grant WITNESS the Hon A M J Cochran Judge of said Court Mvt he seal thereof at London in said liolrict on the 13th day of decem her A D 1915 Jas C Fennill Clerk By W W Clark D C I CONCERT on Brown Memorial School tie Saturday December 16 1905 Miss Nelle K Jordan Soprano Miss EHzabethLeonard Pianist PROGRAM A Winter LuUablj De Koven it Miss jordan Duet Beautiful Moonlight at Glover a Misaes Penuln tan and Whitep he tdtInstrumental Dinceof theWild denElizabeth Adams fn Absent Metcalf h When Stars are in coQuietMiss Jordan DuetO Wert Thou in the Cold BlastMendelssohnfil Misses Jordan and D morestf Piano Solo Sunset Read Lela May LoclJhiIfroure Good Orthtl Bessie Mulliup Instrumental Valse Caprice NewlandiVocalStorm sndSunshine Dudley Bush Mics jo Medley College Double JordanI Japanese tea fortunetelling will constitute a part of the entertainment Bring specimens of penmanship ofall whose character you wish to de terming BATHES Here we are again but we will I not tell any more bear stories Ti boys have had quite enough fun out of that oneMost everybody s Ihef timeThe series of meetings at Freedom conducted by the pogo Revs Smith and Metcalf of Nor Carolina closed with jj additto to the church and much good tod Iallmen must admit that women to the lead and we ate willing to a niit that morally they are by far o superiors to our shame be it said but we are not willing to ad tneir superiority intellectually that ip we dont believe they are capable of taking our place in the world as a certain friend of mine would have itWalter Owens t he0f Brodhead produce man spent Sun day with the homefolks and says lie will leave Tor the South so Everybody especially the oIs are glad to see Joe Thompson b ter known as Crook hack againJ Dr Walker Owens of Pongo was in this section Saturday and Sun J 1 day1Irat n ocuie a C rcspo e it may not know our usins s u tI at town but well et ft cents worth of shoe strings that ne knows Homer Wallins The saw mill ofI Hamin Sayer Brough 01 is d ling very little at present Mauyj schools will close next week hut WeekSjtothings we would like to tell you hut to tell the truth this is the last1sheet of paper I have and I wont have time to go to Brodhead after any more before Saturday afternoon or Sunday so Fatty if you me in town you will know my businessVICTOR C TATE o has been appointed Sheriff to fillout the nnexpired term of his father HLate deceased VicIi is a splendid young man and many friends are glad to see him thus honored BOON EtlHaving seen a Snider letter in 6theSnider promised to be somewhat passing point in the future on count of the improvements made there I will say right here that Boone is already a passing point read the Signal apd have for long time though we do not agree politics It is a clean truthful li- tpaperJ Wren bought a good yearling mule for8o Cattle continue dun and hard tjrselL J Coyle sold two calves for 5reach and a bunch of joo Jb shoat 4 cents Charlie Wren sold to John Davis some good 128 hogs 4 cents Sheep is better than bank notI youVwJH uvjhave to1 them or soine qnef will buy n surel think we had better raise more hogs and sheep and few dogs What do you say brother farmerM05t all the Farmers in this section are through gathering but D G Martin had plen of it to gather He is getting along nicely on the old Lambert for which he paid 3600 last c Uncle Dave has 15 thorough bred Angoria goats and they are heautiesHamblCI1 F G have saw mill in running order and are nuking some nice lumber too Our old postmaster J B Coyle says his trade was never better Jkyers 1 hold Scalp shiny grid thin Then its probably foo late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured air Vigori the dandruff saved your trait 1eand added much toir not entirely bald now is Ifr opportunity Improve it I Lave met Atcri lrVlporfro erW lam uouayearenLaudlcvrabcnry growth trelrtoA7eraT1alrVicnrl nf rich lrown Fair t Sins KUTII Lallrie r rarrixifja Jf r 6oodHirns= rsMARKS ST a sRubbersdnrCost leastWear Best Salesman t c BOqoj mttPOST D We the citizens of Rockcgsfle whose names appear below strictl forbid any hunting or tresspassin any kind on our premises And will prosecute to the exteilt of the larval parties guilty of such W E Gravelly J G Frith Wm Hjsinger r Sam Maharg MooreetJ Smith A C Meniffe Mrs EHzaGbok J J Cook Geo p Moore J Boreing Sr r2j tVervJift 1 j = = o cGIVEN AWAY 5 J ABSOLUTELY FREE luckyman i f the winning ticket dollars worthof goods bought given ticket high grade bulgywhich exhibit ticketsrlit ITH every Our Store Csish will you front store All U at for we for can see on in of our will he put in a wheel and the following gentlemen have agreede M i deciding fVthe winner W L Richards S C Franklin and E S Albright j J n UR Stuck is complete and our prices rgli So do not fail to take advantage of this golden t tK Jpporrumty to secure ahsolulcly fm tlii splendid buggy YOut with1Pst wishes KRUEGER SONSu afterjhealth only eat good food and keop their KingsNewwouldall pass away Prompt re1 and quick cure for liver and trouble 250 at Mt Vernou Drug Gos drug store guaranteed QTbe Dark Tobacco Protective As ociation has sold 5000 hogsheads t representative of the Italian Government for 8 85 per hundred The sale will aggregate more than oooo The Joseph Price Practice Sl limited Pelvic Surgery nses of Eye Nose 3eiiitourinsry and Oisujiaes of Nervous Tiistro Intestinal ution e prepared iiijie Hut Air Infirmarynds mth Faradic G Electricity Make ions No I1ittedAIt hills y iti advance ALT P FOIl SEND THEIII Southern Arkansas inberedrolling perfect drain swamps good water Grow qrn cotton small grains cowpeas comingIoclay soil and clay subsoilcheap- est lauds in Southwest stock country 10 months SplendidI Write for Southern booklet and Homese Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 L 0 SCHAEFER T P A Lutton Belt Route Cincinnati O ntnntntnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn1nnn Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 2UNDERTAKER 2= Mt Ky 3EticePine Hearse attached = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3 E Phone No 63 = lUU11UU11UU1Ul1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUUUUllllUUl1UUUUUU The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions j jv Childrens Diseases Specialty- All come for fair ProprPumm ti1 GRANVILLE OWENS IUNDERTAKER I 0IBrod head Kyl III XdqSHOE tQUIU MAKERS WITH TILE CHARACTER or rue WOMAN Sold byiF Krueger Sons Mr VERNON KENTUCKY PRICE 3OO yJI 111 AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Vernon Edolle a treatment t r I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Filled Promptly i o Y I for EJi BOOI psA- r fig Tw Dsya I If you want to buysell or rent any kindof Real Estate in Rockcastle you ought to see us We can always save you money ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE COMt Vernon Ky ES ALBRIGHT Seq SOUlAlB IEc mm mlY h YMG 2 J MT VERSION DRUG COu =11jf CuCtteh JJ Jab ln ii 1lijt1tl n Dcimr S teiTTf Sv us HII Will Not lic Takiii AHve poJiidjrc IFurris Has licarod in Faro of Akin For ir nis to Make the Arrost- lt Tiaurht Ncbe zed His Adher cnis Arm d Are Esrricad etl On Loa Creek and Will Relict Arrcci Jolt a Ky Dc 17nit Brcatir Itt toii y Pcdiiii nll11t afreshv 1ad si vh bio6ilshed Js fcapfci before It ed Jalc ToSiaSshot and killed Deputy cheers Grant Honilay at Yarcu Jleisitv a mile and a half from here Iio5M v sought to arrespr Noble an fired at him As he fell Noble hill ITjiilriv whose touy fell over a 50 foot cllfT and remained there Noble is still at large He swears he will never be taken alive nor will lie ever be tried by Judge Hargis He an antiHargis man membsof she Noble family which defeated alieJIargis officers His brother Jerry was wall him at the time of the shoo hgRandis iow with hImn Both shies are heavily armed an ai hostilities are imminent Lexington Ky Dec 12 Adispatch from Jackson says that Judge Hargls has declared In favor bf asking Gov BecHam to send troops to arrest the Xobe brothers one of whom Jalte Nobe killed Deputy SberifiLGrant Holliday The brothers have gone to lust creek 12 miles in the interlo- end are heavily armed Judge Hari says tint ho believes any effort on the part of local authorities to arrest the men will result in bloaashsd War rants havobaen issied charging Jerry and fircoi Nuble nail John Davidson with being accessaries Holdny is the third roan to be killed by Jake ble IW tc news esistail between t JCobies td ths Hargis factiua as t rasalt of thE recent elcfionTyhcn fusion ticket on which ont of the No isles la dfnt3J the tickoi put it by tJiTe to jxver THE FOVERS CASE Argtnaents WHB if rdntunted Ststcs Supreme Court Jan 15 Washing on Dec leading counsel for Caeb powers three times conI vic ted of complicity In assn na lion of Gov Qbahcl of Keuthcly each conviction in turn reversed held an important conference with th1 CC set representing the state of Kentucky An agreement was reached to ask the supreme court of th United States f hear the arsumentf ol January 15 sUbIImltlelldays doclait Solicitor Ggheral Hoyt stated t government lad decided to from participating In the easel T IqctfonA NEW it COUNTERFEIT The Ten Dollar Buffalo Note Series I OLJ001 Lyons Register Imitated t Washington Dec 9Tl1e seer service hasSpnounced the discove ry of Statea new dollar United r Bulb note series 1901 Ly oils register Roberts treasurer apearaltce he note isdgscrbed as deceptive in the Ilrtrait tlie5lefte Ye u lJas adocideil cosa tPA There Vaslinon and ID CSnstcld mn There Is abperio3aficr trie iHaoPse treasurer lllthcjgpature tre It 3 i1P Oliver B Hart rh io1o trilis cifvytstin 1 i loui some monzhn ago pcaded gajlty1 t Trsing the KloUow girl who vras biit years of use by the administering o jyj morphine Capons Death Ordered St Ptersburg Dec via EdtI en Dec 8Father qapon leader he workingmen onlod Sunday ttutrry 22 was ndCrI to tea Ja central raroluteaary tnihun c0c Fri I 4rs gay rr o ants trn 1 3is tOCten zne to erry cut the sestenc u Called on King akon dteckkthm Dc i C ar a I31 GralT pftecl smt21tpS ego tied a11AWtttWutretnm d here front ChristHBia whereon hlatitrdtir be baden awafeoce with ICIng Haakon titsdtte the felleJt toijs of 1resid seeik yiitFqr j legatjIcxeetition het JJm WJIker the sel feonfeased n tsar WallbangedLiberals Now in Office London Dec 12The liberal asters composing the new cabinet re ccived their portfolio of office ant Were formally installed at a meeting ol the privy council in palaces taNos ORiUJIN CirAAIBEKUUMS COUGH REMEDY lThere is not the least danger giving Chamberlains Cough Rem to little children as it contains no opium or other harmful dr u It has an established reputation more than thirty years as tho m successful medicine in use for col croup and whooping cough cures and is pleasant to to l1i1dren1ike it Sold by Chsa Cl Davys the leading druggist gro THE AVJIST SOUTHWEST T CEIFORNU ETC Best rcachedvi t Missouri PaciIRailway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or hleulph s greatly reduced Oneway Conan ration February 21 Much 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian andisrn thejhomesctker Cheathaldhestq trcr piivilejjei Daily thru tandard Pulimatf sleepers from Si onis via Misssun Pacific Raitwa j or Iron Mmrtahi Route also per pell tyoitdwcd Tgtt ct pers 1ell a atu tut withonfchatgeDescriptive etc furnished free For partfpu lars ratesetc cobcuU ueares Ticket A ent or addVess R T C 301Nortonh r JJQ + 1 L kkanhe atviti comfort vi PPiJ5i ft rg0trFfTs etMalHiD heI4 T RECRj1Tl 61 DAY SPeclalirJimmy tt s31n1nTraie SPPIrAtan 3Jact CGstnomFJnrida tlraltsd cbrra4nJ Lflve C Lcan dtXJiI lOMA1ot ij r L 10 t 04tera 1tOrJD1JyjoJett Crescent Special talmsiteOICFJS11ZcUHPA Cincinnati 7tlalCantnl cralenrlCISInSATJ t npH FADED 1 PRINf 1 0 r ivJ icl1t117 ll N tiitt coughingian CONSUMPTION find lodgment and mu- ltiplyiEO4EYAND1iR fOLEYS stops the cough Leas and strengthens the lungs It con thelungsANDTARiuag trcubies lErtiLsampiiou saif got ra latter until i used FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR theeMaThrees tiaes 25c SUeOO The 5Ceent size contains two andonechalf times ranch as the small size and the X108 bottle almost six tunes as much RSFSE SUBSTITUTES Is is =38 DollarTO Californiaj THEllilr RTHWESTi= =FJiOH LOUISVILLE THE ienderson Route =J tr tominont illUr1irsdnil intermediate DII to 1ud ittClndiiigny 195r Houlsi3tKEIrsin west on oectain dates Iff ashofwouldostseeth t your RIeeu Louis eviUeand St Louis s vvvpn9 nscliuiiig chair Grc9 all Ojtpur StLotIiStrttins Direct- oonuections in St ruisUnicil Station with all lings to the West and Sol1tbwestJJ islGen Pasngs Agt LOUISVIILH KY TOGO TO KOj KY It is this way Mheu I need spectacles lo to Franklin atMt I Vernonjaod bntmy eyes tested tad he does it11gbt Vhtn the need changing he does it free o citarae t itItedllsc Repairs your speetttTesNhe broken youc watches and dock when the dont run j jut 30 tt TOGO o OVER IWliTKBK HOURS finByce over the Iron Mountain Routt aiid its oonuections the shortest tofCitynio and Laredo ThrougJiPullman daily leaving 3t Louis j2l JegautDirlingexico is attracting the investor pleasure seeker Low rates Nowisliterature rates etc see nearest ifhe GIIMalth 1T r Fe f r cD ngelcWhWinters ne mildandt home car 110taultHlr other section ofrntrr country rite for literature 1I11 Homeseek djOottonBaltIouteCrtitiin3tttO 7i SHOWS THROUGH Y rf7 ROCSSTLEtate 31T VEHNON KY =o FARM Xo IThis faros of acres located on NEro creek no Brodhead Ky is one of the farms in the county and will be sold a bargain the owner being ttnaote properly lookafter same because his health The entire farm is under fence 1iO acres in cultivation baJanco timbered three houses on farm jrood wells and sprints and plenty of jan l stock water Also coed oruliavd- FAPiM No of tat hoaoUrlandand one t nuit house Price SiOUO tvenwov IrtDikit0 i VUM No A farm of 1acrelocated near Marctbur and V9l 14andtimber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard cloie to school lions church and post 8t1 A niQst desirable location and splendid bargain Any one wishing a small fArm can buy a 70 acre tract off ofthis firm obllildill s won lular bo Included on the acre tract ifa division is made FARM No 410 acres near Brod hand well fenced plenty good water good orchard Tterty timber to r farm heed lagidunw and anoat nct o017greatboigain FARM 110acres of lane be twtsen Grsteh ciekand Orlando 20 timberedjiw6sell cheap FARM No tsjuOacre tract miles west of Mt Vernon on Soma et road aoresin cultivation balance timber good twostory ivsidsnce barn amLall necessary outbuildings Lange rcli inf and lenty water Prico 00s Prd0nceo v 5o teies in cultivation plenty troll 4to van farm and wolf aatetied In ooo C01UlLJiticFretdom ar a nsoat desiii t fame city a 1 train f10 n GIVEN AVV A Y Christmas Presents f Subscribers to the Weekly Courier fJllrnal The Weekly Courier Journal itseltoshareoils year with its subscribersco thaliasto3o ainouming to 60 in Torre will IK four general peter Srnogo nd 20 and sixee- sent of 3Shand j2n to he g le states Kentucky Indnna es ems Mississippi Mis7 sotiri Virginia and Alabma The pfein is fair anfi simple Write to the rv Courier JOl11i1I jCojnpany Lou s mll KL fora copy of the Weekly ToariefJoyrHal giving full details will be sentJree CASTOR I IF01 Infants and Children Xind You Have Always Bought Bear the t tu ref Ckrh Z ST FRAlICiS VAllEY lAlJOSIi Southwest Missouri and WheatIott Uwcheap blit advancing inves this fall Home eskers tiIjjSept ig Oct3 and jj Nov 7 Write for St Francis Valley 2ioklet SCH EF ERT P A JLlGottbajBelMpute Cincinnati OI24t Tr k TU ERr Miss Carte WoodalUwho hs hen vrrv sick the pass two wells is snniehetter hut rtcvrringvery slon EvL W Iathu srtiltnii lure mall rom Bsraa was over Srnsy looking after his farm here anti tins years cropCharlie iIcqlOr back again last Sunlay Snider s ems to Intf great attraction fr CharlieA Stnin er wts to IHiveI preached at Fair View Sunday failed to come We uidert d this churcn h is m icfe a c4U for the Rv Mr Ktrg to rrelh the in Icomnic nror theta Irs home e in at Eau Brnstadte e hivMiy fine w lhcr for the iik toj year nd good on Hog kile ir Our school which iat tip vlBonn dUSt now ltte Wilf h tI iseid tit liuU ones to Ier ru or vetji thriii ath mt the lalance nE Use winterWe were very sory to tofthe death of our and br thf 11 Tale We fdlll hsve been at tike burial if have known it in time TORTURE OF A PREACHER The Mor ofl e o ture of Rev O D Mo re pst r if the ling list cl urch of Harper v lie N Yr will interest you hero s I suff teed agonie eanss of a cough resulting frcm persisttntI had to sleep sluing up tried maul remedies until I took Dr Kings New DisI Coaklssts 111tme rOll digtoandoft t Drug Co druggists puce hoc and Sioo guaranteed Tril bottle freet Utttio relative at Livinsston thoi past weekU M Iallaid Super inteisdenf visiteclie schools in this section Moiuiav Ransom Brown has inovod Lontre neari LoganI6 th with loss tfahuut 2000 David Herrin ha gone to Illinois and his family will join him late Eld J L Davis filled his regu appointment at Providence SunI dayThe singing at Bethel church conducted by Mr George Thompson is progressing nicelyRansom r annWoodsonntfriendttMr Jacob Elder is on the sick sthIia Alice Proctor has been very sick but is some better Mrs W G Proctor is suffering with rheumatIsmIiKING OF ALL COUGH MRDICINKL Mr E G Chase a mail carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been in the U S service for about vears says We have vied many cough remedies for CougheRemedy is king ol alinndOIC to be relied upon every tine We also find it the best remedy JorIcoughs and colds giving utterUUare never t n in the houe For aehv Chi- C Davis ihe leading druggist J M Craigfiton lw IIhtaden s parties in the court 50 Itetdrti Ijrrs Charles a bunch of calvea at 10 Bought 50 unreels picked corn a i STRAr D r ril unit raft tvhr on belly and tail Informal On ncerning its whareabouts will be ankfully received AfcHAHGUKi FA1IEenIt is a feirful fate ti have to sir dine lent teiriWetorture uf pile I Lin truthfully sav write liar Cllson ne Maelixmviile Iowa Tint fir bltedinjr ircliing nrt prtjriuJisig puts BuckM s Arnica Sahx is the best cur inilHe Also brit for cut urns aiirl tnjucirs Ise nc Mt Vernon hug Cos drugstore The Find Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 20 ea1S bas borne tun fiAnatnre of and been under personal since infancy Allow todeeriveo tins All Couaterteiis Imitations anti Jnstasgoo l but Ssp rlaent3 tliat trifle with and cmlanjjer health of Infftnts alai iltircaLtpcrfence against 1ta a CATORAtlc t jriv iranjless substitute for Castor OU Pare k f rsil Sontbias Syrups is Pleasant It3 v Opium Itlorphhic nor other Narcotic iiav ts ago is juaiatitec destroys IVorms- aliaysltni FHcifhl s cures Diarrhu a and Viiid ConstipationtaleepMite3 CASTOR A ALWAYS A9 3ctFS the Sienatiire of thL HaveT HlwHV 1 In Use For Over 3O 1O Ime CiNUt JJ Jl C L RYI IIComDlete m XE of Caskets tubes c Ordois by rclehone attend cd promptly Stanford K v 3V M Francisco MONUMENTAL V KSIBrodhead Ky Grajiite and Marble Monuments ALL and TombstonesI SATISFACTION GIVEN Farm For Sale I One 150 acre tract of land on the waters of Crooked creek One dwell farmIFor further IDGCLARK jul tf Orlando Kv cardxxBears theThaSigxt or dvf u It is as or It is is to A in us all symptoms free in how to AdvisoryDeptTenn has made Isis supervision its no nun ym in are the Experiment It its It It CCPa L WilliamsILMT VERNON KY otion giventoPhone No 80 r 1MW jjfJt Dentist Mt Vernon Ky f 1Work OFF1CEAt residence on Cld Main St kuowu as the C C Wil tams residence PHONE No 73 Via he in office at BRODHEAD MONDAY noon till Tuesday Dn 1 B Ifake LAXATINE BROMO NINE Tablets All druggists the money if it fails to cure E Groves signature is on each box 25CtS CAS TORJABears tbsTha Bwt Signature 4 n TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap yourttonic like It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink a pure harmless medicinal tonic from vegetable a ingredients relieve female pain and distress such headache x backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty profuse menstru ation dragging down etc a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that certain do you Try it Sold by every druggest in 100 bottles WRITE US LETTER r freely and frankly strictest ence telling your and We will send advice plain sealed envelope Chattanooga 0 every Qor refund W made which pains good troubles YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F Jones of Gallatin Tenn Ii For since taking Cordul have gained 35 lbs and am in better health myhusbandweight in gold to all suffering ladies