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DJCSSSHos1 Is what you will have if you buy a pair of the Celebrated W L DOUG LAS Hhos Thayvare inide over the foot form the last and combine Fit Style Weal and Comfort in the BestShoesYOU SawIn 250 3 and J350 This shoe stands for all that is best in the mak ing of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves in all the dill erent leathers styles and widths If you want to get the worth of your money andmake your feet glad give us the opportunity and we will do the rest We sell everything but if there is One line more than another which tickles our vanity It is acorn plete line of DOUGLAS SHOES I U 4r i 5 T A DaysDoings in Kentucky FROM MID LES3CiRO The Recall of Militia Recommended Roger D Williams ILoxington Ky Jan 15Capt fw Albrecht who had charge of the company of niilitia in Mitldlesboro dur lug the reign or terror in Bell county through the alleged depredations of the gang of outlaws headed by Frank Bell is hero to consult with Col Rog erD Williams regarding the future of the company He reported that quiet ruled in Bell county since the surrender of Ball last week Col Williams will communicate with Gov Beckham and advise that the company be recall ed from duty The examining trial of Frank Ball will lake place at Pineville this week The defendant says he will be able to prove that he was not in Middlfisboro killed when Jack Bolin was TRIED TO BREAK JAIL A Woman Confederate Smuggled the Dynamite It Is Said Barboursville Ky Jan 5An attempt was made to blow up the Knox countyjail but the plan was frustrate and comparatively slight damage was done One charge of dynamite vas explode in a corner of the first floor but was not sufficient to tear out the wal Before other charges could jo set off the jailer antl deputies were in the scone Three prisoners from Leslie county one convicted for life mil one from Laurel county sent u- pI 21 years are thought to be the ingJcaders A large quantity of dyna mite diamond saws and files were mud A woman confederate is bs1 leved to have smuggled them in the jail FOUR MEN ARRESTED Two Moonshine Raids Made By Hig nite and His Posse London Ky Jan l5M G Hig lite deputy eoMoetor of Barboursville ind a posse composed of C W prowle J P Golden Will Messmore chert Smith and George Smith ar ivpil here from two successful moon hine raids and brought with them essc Fiivker John Hubbard S A aylor alcgod moonshiners who will ie tried January 22 Parker and Huh ran were raptured on Hunting Shirt reek in Knox county near Barbours He At Black Water near nere the 3se nabbed the Tnyor brothers Home For Epileptics Louisviio Ky Jan 15An instill on for the cave and trpament of thu epileptics in Kcnturkyis the sub led of a bill which will be introduced the state senate by Laban Philps rile move is v3cptotl by Dr M II VTcamnn superintpndent of the Gen rral Kentucky lunatic asyum To Revise HardVcod Prices Touisvile Ky Jan 15Tl1e Hani Wood Manufacturers association ol the United States will meet in annual ession Itorn Tuesday Tnere will be 150 delegatos present The business uifon the assopialion vill be the elec rion of ollicers anti revision of the prire list Three Years in the Penitentiary Condon Ky Jan 15The jury brought in a verdict at MclCee Jack son county lisiiiisr Ed Benge and Til nnrRofW hi lhi killing of flepresen afive J 1 C IIi wanl in lay county St sprinsrand fixed his punishment at tlire years imprisonment Nicholas Walshs Donation Covijlon Ky Tau U Ndioas Wnsh tIle wenltliy Newport distiller iias made a Rift of 2000 to the pa rochial school of St Patrick church The donation was mado by Mr Walsa hoitiy alter liissift of 100000 toSt Marys catliidral last summer New Kentucky Bank Leixngton Ky Jan 15 Articles of incoipjrntion fir n ixvv state bank and trust company wit li a capital iock of 51la vlfrh will ho a nier OI of the Ccuiral hank and the rCa lirisil fcxrlfnnif lank will be tiled viII ibc pfsieary of state Officer Shot Himself LouisvilK1 Ky Tan lfiTient Daniel MoAtrcrtf 1jo Louisville olicV tMcs pisyaTiiy isully hot ifhh elf IltlOtlShtllnbtl f wll at his hoiro t js uppiwtl thnthe was elaaniughis pistol wbni weapon was acci ileulally discharged A Merchants Potion Louisville Ky Jan HiHenry F nmekman a prominent wholesale merchant Is dead as the result of drinking an ounce of carbolic acid s supposed to be suicide He had been ill with the grip for some days Dying Man Confessed Hopldnsville KyTan 15Olhie Gray 30 died from a shotgun wound selfinflicted received several days ago and supposed to have been an ac cident Just before death he confess ed it was inflicted with suicidal Intent Four Generations Present Cpvington Ky Jan 15At the eel ebration of the 90th birthday anniver sary of Mcs Alice Renneker at the residence of her aughrerlfls JI A AVig er of 155 East 17th street Sun lay four generations were present Two GirBadIy Burned Ovinssvlle Ky Jan L17In Wolfe scanty Clam SWilson aged 12 was tnndihs near an open grate when her Vhjn ignited Ida Taiilbep another bUd attemptied to ext l guish the anie1inti was badly burned 5JI m i i r5S4 nTHEMeasure To Prevent Weappn Carriers From Pleading SelfDefense Frankfort Jan lltjimaer the bill Introduced in the senate by Senator lien Johnson of NespnToimt no tierI son nat roi an offmj y committed vih a deadly WIalHI shall be permit icl to plead self defnfn afid no testir motiy attempting to establish selfde fell e shall lie submitted provided it ran be shown that time dftfimduivt car neil concealed on his person a deadly weapon at any tune vilhin 12 hours lefore the act for winch he is on trial was committed It is contended that his bill will largely deertaie thecrini iiii habit of earrying deadly wggpoiis and do more han all till laws o decrease homicides in Kentucky Senator Rr well rep prcjojUcd a res hition providing lint no iator be allowed to draw pay for say tiny he n absent without leave and thai the dorks keep a record of jihjienuies Oir motion of Senator HId mutt it uas re farred to the commit tm on propost lions and grievances Senator Char ton filer a number of pelilions front citizens urging Ill lstge of the bill to prohibit tho leasing of convict la bor in or out of the prisons STORM AT HENDERSON Five People Were Injured and Resi dences Were Damaged Henderson Ky Jan ilLA terrific wind storm visited this county and city doing J5otO to 20CM0 damage and injuring live persons The storm was accompanied by rain and hail The Henderson City railwayplant was damaged to the amount u about 2 000 The Imperial tobacco pTant Hen derson tobacco extract works and the Eckert Wilson Ice Co were among the damaged plants I D Works a contractor had his left jaw and arm broken by a sign being blown on him The windows and chimneys of many residences and the roofs of several bouses were demolished trees were uprooted and there was other minor damage At Corydon this county 12 miles from the city the torm was finitely worse in proportion A big barn belonging to C L King was blown down catching four men who were pinioned to the ground by the debris One of these J H Powell lost an eye antI his condition is eri ons The other three men were badly bruised hut will recover FIERCE GALE RAGED Thousands of Ties Were unk at pa1 du ah and Others in Danger Paducah Ky Jan 16 Probably a hundred thousand ties were sunk here by a gale that was blowing There are half a million ties here the property of the Ayer Lord Tie Co the Standard Tie Co and the Holcomb Lobb Tie Co All the tlesnie in danger It is reported that some boats have broken from their moorings in Paducahs famous winter quarters but this could not be verified One School May Be Granted Frankfort Ky Jan 1ftThe executive committee of the Educational Im provement association has concluded that this is not the psychological mo ment to ask for 150000 and three normal schools It is likely that they will 8cao down their request to 60000 ttiIl one normal school Girls Shoot at Burglars Newport Ky Jan Hiclisges Ju lia anti Louise Knoop teachers in the public schools fired several shots at a supposed burglar at their home 634 Park avenue The man was heard try ing to force the door and the young women raised a window and fired three shots at him Roosevelts Guide Newport Ky Jan 16James E Dunn one of the pioneer hunters and trappers of the west and one of the g idwho accompanied President Roosevelt on his last hunting trip into the wilds of Colorado is the guest of his nephew C IX fjlndsy of this city Will Celebrate Lees Birthday Louisville Ky Tan 16Tue memo ory of Inn Robert E Lee will be hon ored in Louisville on the anniversary of his birth next Friday by the two chapters of tIme United Daughiwrs of the Confederacy Separate exercises will be liuld Women Form a Lobby Frankfort Kyran 16 Wora3n of the tL DC of Kentucky numbering 3000 have formed a lobby to urge thu passage of a bill appropriating 2000 for a Kentucky monument at Shiloh Many orJhe women will come To Frankfurt Cop in His Nightie Louisville Ky Jan 1ftClad only in his nightie Patrolman John Enriglit chased two negroes and shot Charles Franklin through the arm Franklin and Tony Baker were fighting In front of the officers home and Baker was stabbed State College Needs Lexington Ky Jan 16Tho senate and house comiriittees of the state leg islature arrived here from Frankfort and will visit tIme State college for the purpose Of investigaUug the co nduC- tIandLouisville Kyi Janv 16 Edward Blopmfield Van Aldens attorney saysi hTsctientwlHnol b hanged on uary 19 lbousl1hedecHneSat Jbia timevto say what steps he to stay tlu execution Lord Strathcona high comnxissioner- oF Canada has justturned bia 85ta year but is still active 100000JIO Tirk ipfe I- Ftk r Established The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial InstitutionsI CITIZeNS BftNK l J OF BRODHEAD KY r Offers to the people a safe and conservative Banking SystemtACOOTflTS Individual Firms and Corporations Solid ted Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 pr cent interest on all of 100 or more when left in the bank and not check ed upon for a period of six months Sheriffs Land Sales I or one ofmy deputies will sell to the highest bidder at the front Monldayland lor taxes for the year 1905 VC Tate S R C DISTRICT No1 Name No acres Tax Land cost Doan Henry A lot Pine Hill 325 DISTRICT No 22 Bryant Geo lot Mt Vernon 4 yfs 650 Jones Mrs JM 236 2 yrs 3306 DISTRICT No 3 Chenault Co 40 497 Hamilton Mat a3 1060 Howard Rosa 3 230 Lambert Sam 86 3 yrs 805 M gee Joseph 10 359 Settles Ceo W 950 1290 Shepherd Geo n r 27 248 Shepherd Alfred n r 75 487 Smith Jack n r 30 259 Walker J B n r 50 389 Guinn Jno W 50 401 DISTRICT NO4 Abrams Walter 75 450 Anglin James 64 270 Dobbs James no 2 yrs 1626 Evans Wm 50 481 Gadd Caleb 30 712 Hampton J W n r 75 39 Holliugsworth Wm 20 365 Hoskins John n rioo 677 Mansfield Machine Co 200 391 Miller T J 70 381 McGuire Andy 120 487 Oldham Dr 75 4 87 Parris Kahn 30 453 Shearer James n r 50 439 Simpson Mrs J C 300 6163 Vanwinkle Ada 80 4 39 Waddle Jno n r 50 354 Anglin Richard 30 401 Hammond S P 50 484 Hill Ezekiell 75 545 Miller W L 30 436 Pigg Zelphi 236 582 Swinford heirs 50 248 Wilson John 57 401 DISTRICT No 5 Baker Robt nr 50 248 Bowels Thos nr 100 296 Durham Martha 200 582 Francis Wm n r 100 391 Hensley John 373 yrs 862 MullibSrGrant 40 402 Mullins Walter 100 2 yrs 980 Mui Hit Mrs J C 85 391 McCueJobny 15 322 Ponder H L 25 402 Singleton Willis moo 2 yrs 549 Woodson Geo 65 2 48 Allen C E 31 4501 Baker Hardin 50 439 4otlCottonDoughtery Thos i752yrs c 1143 Large Me ioo 640 Money Fred 35 40I Mullins G L 50 43o McGuire Nan 150 2yrs 1329 Weaver 18 75 273 DISTRICT No6 Carpenter Wiley 70 4oReams j J 80 496 Miller Andrew 75 449 Alex 20 433 DISTRICT No 7 592IAlle 48lMull ni Bal heirs 25 245- l Muljlin lLCo lot Livingston Io69 Overley Logan i8o 402 497Iar 1r i t F r t j t 1887 a deposits Rutherford J W HUTOHESON Casher Steel L D lot in Livingston 863 Stuckey J R lot Livingston 89 Woodson J W 8 2 yrs 607 Forbes Jane one town lot 342 5071HowellMullins W D 50 501 Mullins Cal 75 497 783RiggleBull Jno T 9 354 Clancy Martha town lot 295 Clark W R 20 401 Clark G W 20 430 Collins J H 30 401 Coffey Joe town lot 920 Cooper I F town lot 6 60 DISTRICT No8 Gupps Jack n r 50 343 Dyer Richard 20 3yrs 558 Dyer J F 25 2yrs 406 Rogers Mrs L H n r 80 295 Southard Daniel 30 2yrs 641 DISTRICT No 9 Brown C J n r 25 296 BucknerYC 135 1265 JonesSally 95 343 O Neil Francis 20 370 DISTRICT No ro Adams Sally A 100 296 Brinkley M R n r 100 391 Gross W T 20 430 Jiles Mrs Rosa 2 22 King Mary E 63 325 Lowrey Wm 75 402 Madox heirs 53 253 Owens James Sr 25 354 Ruber Andy 60 344 Browp iWT 60 391 Newcomb M N 80 DlSTKICT NO IIIJohnson RM So 3 yrs 2518 Owens Mrs Donie 75 486 Petmington Henry 30 402 Saylor Chas n r 149 581 COLOREDLIST- Newcomb Janes heirs town lot 295 ReddWN 25 385 THE GRIP Before weran sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves No one can realize the suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has the actu experience There is probably no disease that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so successfully defies medi cal aid All danger from the grip however may be avoided by the prompt use Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tens of thou sands who have used this remedy not one case has ever been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist MARET Gt2o MiL Hart is improving Mrs RG Dpdd is very ill at this writingMi John Prewitt of Hazel Patch is here loading lumber for Spptwood Lttraber Co Mr Ivan Martin of this place entered school at Mt Vernon las- tIMondayMr J N Griffin returned Monday from a visit with relatives at Corbinaud Livingston McIkAlrrBesSiJalinReynolds vjsij Iat Corbin next weekjrrMrt Roscoe Grim who bad liishand mash led 4 saeweeks eliis work 1 iiti f1 tj Jt i t PINE HILL Is I have not seen any thing in your paper from Pine Hill in a long time I will give you a few notes Mr George W Doan has hen in a serious condition for sever il days with the hiccoughs Mr rank Lay has been down with the asthma but is bttter at this writing Miss Ardie Doan is un der treatment from Dr Lusk Miss Mary Hansel wife of John VV Hansel is on the sick list Mr James Meadows our section fore man has a sick baby Bornjto the wife of John Hilton ou the nth a fine boyVc have three stores in Pine Hill now H Lav F W Po teet and Buckner Owens Pine Hill is coming to the frontDrcThomas has worked up a good trade in the clay business He has a car load out to ship to the Lou isville Fire Brick Works as soon as he can get a canto load it in He Iwill soon be ready to ship coal also then irfok out for a boom at Pine HiltMr Josh Lunce has gone to RigIcontemplates setting his saw mill near Frauk Cottongims in March or sooner Mr John Hilton isputIting on chestnut wood at Pine apIis putting on hickor timber for the Handle Factory at Mt Vernon SICKENING SHINERING FITS of Ague and Malaria can be reliev ed and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of itlieto none of this drugs bad after effects E Sr Munday of Hehretta Tex writes My brother was verylow with malaria fever and jaundice till de took Electric Bitters which saved his life At Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore price 500 guaranteed J QUAIL DEATHOn the night of Jan 15 1906 the Death Angel visited the home of W G Proctor and claim ed for its victor his aged compan ion She had sufferedmany days from a complication of diseases and eigbtytwober of the Church of Christ and held out faithful to thee dShe lovinglnother She leaves an aged husband who is very fe bletlsQ 10 children 5 boys and 5 girls to mourn their loss but their loss is Heavens gain Whatgeonsolationtothe aged husband and children to know that she was prepared to meet her God in peace The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community especially the aged and feeble husband The remains were HlelPrvrdefiCEcen resurrection morn MIYSKIWEYCUIE g i 4 t I i is 7 1 2I- lT 2 SRffiL 19 1908 aftWicatioflI by IOO known on H1r ld Reeves nf Lock Por New York is undergoing what Imight be termed a most unusual ex perience In the sahie town lived twin sisters Misses Carrie and Louise Merrill and last summer while Miss Louise was away from home visiting Reeves became very mti eraphatuated with Miss Carrie All necessary arrangements being made the day set forthe tieing of the nnpiinl knot Tn the meantime Miss Louise returned home and the sisters being so much alike the groom thinks he grot the wron one however the only difference he can tell is that if it is Carrie she does not sing so sweetly as she did weeks ago Vith some men as some women a few days- association is all that is necessary to change a persons whole being and thus Mrs Reeves might ex plain the marvelous charge THE Louisville Evening Post has contributed considerable spice of late telling the good people of Knox county how they should con duct their political affairs That good advice and warning may be necessary we will not say but to come from a paper with a record like that of the Post is almost be yond endurance Ve heartily con gratulate Editor Clark of the Ad vocate who has most nobly and ably defended the good name of his county and its people who are as generous and as loyal as live H within the bounds of our great Commonwealth SHOULD the Judicial redistrict ing bill be passed taking Whitley county from the Twentyeighth district it will be necessary for the Governor to appoint a Common wealths Attorney For this posi tion Judge W R Cress of Monti cello has been favorably mentioned and his many Rockoastle friends would be delighted to see him laud Tthe plum THE information was given out from Louisville that Gov Hanley would honor a requisition for Taylor and Finley when the same was made by Gov Beckham The Vannouncement was made by a lady who is a friend to one of Gov Hanleys close advisers but it had k to come through entirely too many people to carry any sigificance with itV3 MARSHAL FIELDS the worlds greatest merchant is dead Start ing fifty years ago as a clerk at a small salary he rose to that posi tion not vet attained by any other man in the mercantile business He leaves an estate of over 200 000000 Good fortune is far better than riches SENATOR JACK CHINN is to de liver a lecture to the students of State College on How to prevent killings in Kentucky No one will deny that Col Jack can tell just how it may be done LEGISLATIVE DOINGS 9 House bill 292 exempts females and minors from death penalty House bill 181 fixes age of con sent at sixteen it is now twelve House bill 155 makes four terms for Fiscal Court January April July and October House bill 198 by Freemon Schools in session shall adjourn during Institute week House bill 167 requires newspa per publication of all public sales of property sold under execution VHouse bill 151 requires railroad companies to keep a register at county seat station ofall stocky killed by cars A bill relating to oil production has been referred requiring oil and jfas wells to be plugged after casing Iit has been removed rSena ehil1 119 requires the pub Jlicati n in every Vounty the names qfinsurance companies that have been authorized to do business in I the State I Senate bill 120 by Shadoan pro 4 vides fpivthe removal of penal pros hecUtion from Circuit Courts tQ infe t jrior courts and fS latiig trials VVthereof f IIJi fV j 1itl i i t hIrl dgatE eit jronj baU1Cfoflobbiairztthe bl ltfir 1G tlTrust furnishing tilL siiSswsof There is a strong7 sentiment against thoxfish law esrjetiiily tli portion which makes it unlawful to ue traps nets and ln s which against the oor and in favor ofv few sportsmen Representative Alvorson intro duced s bill changing Casey c6untT from the Eleventh to tweJvfgmh Congressional disiiict The Governor called halt upon thebills prorosefJ for the new capI- tal zn I recommend scalfnc thr architects plans to fit the finances of the StattFr45vl 2 ctxO to 500000 a d tioual approjTiat n is suggested by the Gnfiujr The plans coil for IOOCOKJ acdiumal The hill Ac cra c f irtw j Iltiaii- listict and t C revive 4he Mnom congestion iti the circuit courVa vf- the4MOuntaJBS is aid to have the support of GIKV Jieckm sid is favored by aH z judges ano CVm- monwteiihs Anainevs ar the 1ri of tiLt r n t fietby r 1Iand the other counties tfle2Si district the terms of the bin are as follovsVWhitley county wilt be rirrovtd to the26ih divttiet composed ol Whitley Bell and Ilarlan Hon- IM J Moss willbe Judge of the dis and Jf N Sharp Common hhs Altorney Hon M L Jarvis will rennin Judgeofthe z8h distiict composed or Rjckcastie TheIshall hold office until his successor is elected and qualified Should the bill be pissed and ap provedcourts will be held in the 28th district as follows ClintonJan uary 12 days April 6 days Sept 12 days Wayne third Ionday in January rg days first Monday in May 18 days third Monday in SepL 24 days Pnlaski second Monday in February 36 days fourth ftlondiy in May 24 days Monday in October 36 days RockI castle fourth Monday in March i days fourth Monday in June 24 days rind second Monday in Dec ember 12 days The new district the 32nd wili be comrcf ed of LE lie Letcher Owsley and Perry counties tbel GovernorshaH appciut ajudge and Hon Ira Fields present Attorney of the 26lhdistrief will be Attorn ey till hispjeseiit teim of office ex IRATE REGULATION OPPOS ED BY RAILROBD WORKERS The railroad employes of the country recento protected toPres ident Roosevelt against the propos ed legislation for giving the rate fixing power to a government com mission Now ttiauyxof them ara adding indjv id4lexpressions of pinion to what was previously ad vanced by the five great divisions of railroaders Prominent among GetIhigh Valley system WT FIreman bel ie sIb is to he t he most uipor tant question that iaeercoiuebef- ore the rBilrcab eupicye for t1 eI reason tInt ihe E ch Tovnscnd as it standvserioufly endangers thJfuture welfor of the railroad Ve heleivesays he that the passage of theE chTomsen btili by Congress will cause shrinkagein the in values of railroad securities through reduced rates that business will be paralysed by the wholesale readjustment of our commercial relations which will of necessity take place and that thereby the public credit will be seriously im pairedVThe chief asset of the railroad employe is the reliance be can place upon his employers word says O D Hopkins General Chairman of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Qf theN Y Central System The value of the word of his employer is governed by the ability of the empl oye r to fntroLl earnings The proposed rite regula tion law is designed to take that power from t1 e railroads An alternative vvliith iv ill jpce the railroads and railroademploycs isblind submission to government by a bureau In other words the railroads and railroad employes must continue to do the work for whatever tills governtnent bureau sees fit to award Wieiq Government rrbureaus in the past haveitiot beeir fO g s a JJlkl LIftt Li l jw h1J I J 51X edco 1 JIT IS FADED k 1II 1 c t 2I iJ i umttil nauiietocxptct any buteau- ihai may ke established to excel the recoriIsof itspredece ors Mr Theodore Webster Chnjrmu ufthe General Committee of Ad justmems of the Qrdai of Railw CondiI ors Ne YorK Cental Sy tem says With the power of controlling railroad incomes placed in the hand govenImentand earnings The railroads wll ni longer be free agents and will no longer be in a position to arbitrate or name with any dtgree of certainty any wage that shal be paid or any privilege granted at the present or in the future All the e men appear to upon the poitus that govern argueI regulation will bring bout redtied- vc cs and render impossible furl TaiVr tut v rkes to obtain adjust uu ns or increasfc rf pay as the ItKvtdijfiia und novuo by teKotiaf ing willtl1e companies emplojint fh m They mey be mistaken bu ibtir views are certainly entitled tf a respectful hearing and would seem to have a good denlof common ense und truth to them NEWS ITE MS Tine depot at Cumlrland Gap Teohv used jointly by the Loui ville Nashville and Sonthernrail uays was detoed by fire Satur day night A bloody battle was fought I e tween troops of Gen Gaceres the temporary President of Santo Domingo and the insurgents near Guayupin Many generals on both sides were killed or wouned As a result of sheep being con stantly killed hy dogs man farmers of Boyle county have anouiiced their intention to cease raising sheep until relief of some character is assurred Senator Dryden bill contemplating cQntrol of insurance com panics will be introduced as revis ed by its author in the senate He says it has the indorsement of the Administration Wouren of the U D C of Kentucky numbering 3000 have form cIa lobby to urge the passage ofa bll apprpx riating 20000 for a Kentucky monument at Shiloh Many of the women will go to Frankfort The Kentucky Railraod Com- mIssion will convene in Frankfort Monday to hear complaints against the C O railroad including he allegation of discrimination in freight rates against a Louisvill brick manufacturer- At the meeting of the Hardwood Manufactures Association at the Gait House Tuesday President Van ant recommended that the assocta Jon attempL to secure preservation of the forests by Government purchase All the membersof the Work mens Council in St Petersburg have been 3rre ted and the police claim to have found important doc uments and a cipher list Agraian disorders are again becoming pro nounced in Russia The jury brought in a verdict a IvIcKee Jackson County last week against Ed Bel1ge and Tilford Benge in the killing Representative J Q Howard in Clay County last spring and fixed his punishment at three years imprisonment- The Green River Valley Railroad Company which is to construct a railroad from Scottsville to Stan ford is being promoted by W K Asblof Columbia who is backed by M H Smith president of the L N Railroad Company- W R Meyersand associates of Danville have just been granted a tventyyear franchise for an elec tric lighting plant in Monticelio Wayne County upon the condition that thework of installing the plant begiiat once and be completed vithiu sixrnonths A report of an examination of thej Kansas State Treasury by expert GOEIvage of about 60000 The report- cQyrct the terms of F E Grimes arc the present Treasurer T T Kelley lcltisaid in Washington that President Roosevelt has declared money is being used by the railroad and mining interests against hl Statehood Bill and that some of the insurgents opposing his wishes in the matter are getting it The insurgents opposition has reached the point ofopen rebellion and they are claiming sufficient strength With tliei Democrats sto defeat the measufe vVij Hot= Breads- Ught and Sweet are made w- ithROYAL AIWH POWEBV Absolutely Pare UntUdyspeptic may be eateR without inconvenience even by persons with delicate digestion MYAl S KLLTHECOUC1AND I WITH I I FOR L c Dr Kings I New Discovery ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price 50c 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUE r LES or MONEY BACK lAyers ricli Jeint1tl VT1VVVlVV1V Krueger Sons IfiT VERNON KY OR- MULLINSSTATION FOr Bargains 4 mY r To Cure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature Vf WI What Are You Looking For- IF IX IS POR Bargains Just stc into our big store 01 General Merchandis- eSy are now closing out our Winter stock of Mens Overcoats and Suits and Ladies and Child drens Cloaks at Cost in order to have room for our Spring Stock SI Give us a call and see for yourself that these bargains are not a myth but a reality A C HIATT HIATT KY r i =ae G fJC V vr GRANVILLE OWENS i UNDERTA5ER I tiV- I Brod head Ky I Caskets and All rreleaphone t K 7 38cK3ecS 3 WX IThe YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN COUNTY Ghee pest Drugs Anywhet 0 No Charge for Prescriptions c Childrens Diseases a peciaLl All come for fair treatment j t1 SIICDAVIS Propr T j No 53Vlt m IHATS Ms HATS II I ==t1 HAVE resumed the I ful line of HATS BABY CAPS IiiIdinJQ- ci School and invite the ladies of the county to ft call I am sure I will BROWNolJ1jJB Pills Want your moustache or abeautiful brown or black Use oaI1OR tf t Kied As1IIII J r o i I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Robes THE fy PHONE EJBB just from city with Hats beard Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying againThe BUCKINGHAMS DYE Pan c1ef Mwau8T oaaIWJcot tg CA OEA Iipnt r r Jb 11111 J jx in Cures GripI Ibox2SC ttttttf ittiittt1ttttt Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL =DIRECTOR j S Mt Vernon Kv 3 Stock Complete Can furnish on shot no Etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached 3 = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = EPhone No 63 = 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111lil11 1111111111111 t IJONAS McKENZIE I COME COME il w IwillNotions E1 CLOTHING We carrry a fun line i Clothing that will suit aUI sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very trulyVPhone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE i JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how smallno mattter how large THE BANK of VMT VERNONV will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alikeVRemem ber 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 r OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres WL RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Fire Proof Oil If you are looking forrYOUR MONEYS WORTH Take your oil can to your Deal er and insist on having it d- r Filled with H REPROOF COAL OIL Fire Proof Oil 1 jIJt ri w r ii ThrtTTLt litw Cjllii f 1 iL 1 1fi ii1fth iuAL I Mr VERNON Kv Jan 19 1906 I 79 Cnll up SO79 whenyou CommunI- cate With SIGNAL 79 I ILOUISVLLe R R Co rrrE TAHLK 22 north i 24 p m 24 north 332 n 23p r 4 21 us 23SSIAS LANDKUM Aunt Phone No 58 trJ ii th ViI liS sccomlciass mail ta tr PERSONAL Mr S Davis is het r v Mr H 0r1h V r i 9r fIt I very ill- Miss Lida Cook is visiting Mrs caLIMrs S W Adkins arrived e terdaj morn rigtlt Judge L W jethurum cotin ues ou the ck listliti Fish Went to Knoxille Tues day o buy goods Mrs Nnnie C Albright is ivtth J relatives at Brxlhead Wtaren Hughes of Stanford J 1was in town Mondnpa neIchant was here Wednesday Dallas Rule of Liberty is making harness for S W Davis Jeff Pennington has gone to Cor bin to do some carpentering Attorneys C C William and J W Brown were in Frankfort Tues lay E B Brown and Eber Mullins are numbered among the sick Mrs W M Poyner is able to be out now after a rather severe ill ness f Miss Mattie McFerron wasp guest of the Misses Hansel week Conn Brown was at home Friday from Danville where he is attend ing school Judge P D Clyer has a place as traveling saesmau for a Knox tryuleMr aud Mrs J A Landrum yr rejoicing over the arrival of an I other fine girl at their homeilW G Nicely Tells us that he 1wIllprobably locate in Mt Verw non We gladly welcome himaMrs Mary Conn went to Brod head Tuesday to see Mrs Wood yard who is very seriously ill J A Preston from Ivorydale IOhio was mingling with old friends here Monday and Tuesday Mrs A W Stewart went to Flat aLickS Stewart who is very seriously 111 wNathday to see our merchants Nath is a splendid tellow and is selling lots of goodsdMat Cummins who has purchas ed a farm near Cartersville Gar rard county will leave shortly fo rfhis new home Misses Newland and Adams have moved from the Joplin house to the Dr Myers properly recently occupied by A W Soward Tilman Gilpin who is Supervise Iotof one of the Western roads was this week looking after some t business interests which he has in the county J A W Soward has rented a pot I tion of the D C Poynter residence which his family will occupy but he will return to his work in Gin cinnati J Thos Cherry R H Hnmm Cashier W Hutcbeson G RogI ers W IL Francisco and others whose names we did not get were here Wednesday from Brodhead Miss Fannie Sparks is at home 5for a few days Out of a large class at CampbellHagerman College ifonlyflcient grades on daily recitations to release them from the term ex jj aminations and Miss Fannie was i one of the four It is an honor ol which she can justly feel proud I i LOCAL J The Sheriff land sales will be made MondaA te F M Hurst whose house and contents were destroyed by fire at edkL5by insurance and suflered a com pleie loss r I Id 0 ij Jjivnigstoii is ery badly iu need of a good barber- WANTEDSiX copies of the Signal of Dec 22iul Will pay for same JAMES MARE he L N will sell tickets to Nashville Feb 26 to 28th good until March lotli for 734 round- trip Prof Chas R Hunt who has been Principal Alexandria College at Burkjville since he seveied his cooneCon with the school at this pla e h ts resigectopFou S LE IIII ofivr for sale r oi a rdeee two Miiies ij Ie Io he foriuwiiig T fco good cow fuel calves one w wd eight piijs inc 1rge stark iiS e 1 tnller nd uij n i 34I fiumeruus to mention I also desire to rent rov farm to some trustworth person Mrs ANNIE SHUMATE SOT I E his i to noiitv all who know th ofllvon havent got the money corns 314 give inc vour note Short set euints mae lung friends andot Bourse ve wani to be friends and business together in the future as we have in the pastCRespectfully JONAS McKENZIE Being our aim and purpose to give to our readers the very best per possible we will with our xt issue begin issuing a four page six column Magazine section which we feel confident will prove both interesting and instructive The farm the orchard the house hold and topics of general interest will be discussed and beautifully iJIustratedIline of dry goods notions and fur nibbing goods that ever was in aw firstclass country store and are full up to the brim with all kinds of goods fresh and up to date Han pie all kinds of sewing machine sup lies needles shuttles oil bands etc also sewing machines from 15 to drawer drop head up to 60 Come to Owens store or write for s mewingdress W M Owens Burr Ky CONTINUED The examining ial of the Nortons for the killing of the Arnolds will come for a hear in thgfrom Wednesday on account of the allnessN theitherineareSfullw freh tiistorymatter has come before the court for trial M t Veanon bids fair to take on somewhat ofa boom itself when the spring opens up Two bricks nd one frame business houses are already being planned J Fish ill erect a two stn Brick 26 on mthecated J M Brown will rebuild the lot where Chas C Davis SDavisthe lot between his store and tha tostand that there is some talk of several residences going up also but this is largely speculationw PRIzEThe prize of too offer by the editor of this paper several weeks ago for the best Santa Claus letter written by the little folks has been awarded by the judges to Master Hobart FelJs Each and ecery letter of which there were more than one hundred was well written and we wish we had a prize xor every one Sickness on the part of our judges has prevented us announcing the winner sooner Below we publish in full the letter which for its originality singleness of purpose and earnest ines4pressed strikes the judges as well as the writer as most unique Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a of Ion pants Papa and mama paIN I cannot have any until I am twelve years old lav only nine and I never can wait that longSYourlittlefriendHoaAwr WANTED Two men in each county to rep eDe1partment office manager Salary 9000 per month cash weekly withUexpenses paid in advance We fur nish everything THE COLUMBIA HOUSE IIIJr NOTICE Mrs W K Shugars will have chargeofmy Millinery Store at Brodhead until I return in June and I cordially invite all ladies to give her a call Mrs Maggie Martin L N surveyors were here this week making a survey for the extension of side track BRODHEAD Misses Francis Forbes and Bur dette Owens are visiting in the co Mrs W K Shugars has ned an uptodate millinery store in one ofthe rooms in Citizns Bank building She is ruuning it for Mrs Martin who 5s t king vacation Mrs Martin will retum March istMises Bettie Spires and Lydi Glasock who have 1fen visiting Miss Eliza Pike have re turned to their homes in Marion tntyE R Gentry has moved to town and has takn rooms with Catty FrithMiss Carry Frithof Gum Sulphur is visiting Mrs J CitFrith Mr and Mrs L B Hilton Pine Hill were called down to attend the bedside of his grand mother Mrs J E WoodyardmWoodyard was Mt Vernon Sunday on legal business Harve Vanhook pf Burnside is vi siting Mi and Mrs J Thos herry R H Hamm RI Coil ier J W Hutcheson J ThosM Cherry and John Robins attended court in Mt Vernon Wednesday Mrs Nanuie C Albright of M Vernon is visiting Medatnes H L Th tnarpelected some officers for the ensue ing year adding B C Anderson as rectorMrs Wm Potts returned to Lancaster Where she is under the treatment of Dr tia drdmuch good and is on the road to rapid recoveryJ W Hutcheson organized a bank at Somerville Green county whereW G Smith ill assume the position as cashier We predict great success for Stniddy Jas Hayes left Thursday morning for Indianapolis Ind on a prospecting tour Success to you Jim Roscoe Roberts who has been visiting friends and relatives here and at Gum Sulphur has rsturned to his hqme in Illinois uch to the regret of some of our fair sexWe have heard that Misses Maud Forb s and Lillie Butner would te isrmis be true that we willonce more have a good school Let us l lend a helping hand and assist ese you ng ladies in mak g it one of the bestschools in the etateCaptom Ashlaud looking after his meer interests a few days ago Mr and Mrs John Brown of Mt V 1ernonMrs J Thos Cherry first of week- SBen Pike has returned to hi- awork in Louisville after spending week with homelblks John Rob- insb is certainly making for hIm- self as an officer a record that akes us all feel proud to know t John is from Brodhead Mr and Mrs M B Salin and C dorbetSundayiutcheson Mr and Mrs Basil Duke of Crab Orchard speit Sun d oayGalen RogersCricket Rodgers isited in Crab Orchatd first of Ui eekMiss Lizzie Cable returnee d t Morehead last Monday where she is attending schoolG W Brook of Knoxville spent last Saturday with Mrs M E Wilmott Second Degree in Masonry was confered on Barbee 14e fee last Saturday night at the Masonic Hall at this laceG Len Taylor of Danville spent first part of the week with Chas C HuutOld Lead Chas Hurts favorite coon dog passed away last Saturday morning which was to the regret especIallyv YCharlieLeadOLD LEADS LAST WORDS Its with the saddest regrets for me to say ItThatam passing away A many a tear over me you have shedWith sring many a time me you have led haveIRabbits and squirrels I have had them to spareI And in the fox chase I won many- a prize A small picture of me iou have please get it life size Wlienl w is one yearold just ly t f f rapupWith 3 other dogs I wouldalways clean up But time hisdmuged atnTsixteen years of age And now herei1a 3 in a dying stage To the Young Meu Gljiib r will bidadIeu 4 i And Charley it bfealts my heart to j leave you Althomytime has come and I know I must go Andafter you again I cau never follow But on my tombstone I want you to cut Yuu iiiselfa gnnada picture of my little hutjI know well you will remember the last words l say Audltmy Uitle nedriiever let an other dog hiy LlYiNttSTOiN N H D Magee was in Crtb Orchard Si urda on account of the illI ess of his mother Mrs Kate Ma ge eV C Mullins has returned home after a tiip to Barhourville Flat Lick Pineville and LaFolelle Mr dud Mrs Hugh Hagan have oved into one of Mrs Sue Mull- sin houses on Main streetT- D Griffin has returned to LaFolktl He w is the gu 5tof his parents M and Mrs David Griffin John A Mnllins T Dand Mavid nffiui were in Corbin Saturday iss Cora A jams was postmistress Saturday during the temporary adsence of Miss Lvdu Cook Mrs Junclil11isvisitil1g d Mrs J B Hayes rs lions io 2nreturned to Pine HillMrs John A Mullins returned front Corbin d Baughtergranddaughaer Gertrude Mes ames George Pope and Bert Whitebcid are in Stanford this Hayeshavebe their future home Mr and Mrs Mat DeBoard and Miss Loris DeBoard of Klrod arc the gueets of Mr and Mrs Dee BrvyntHar ry Lee made a flying visit to Mt- Verron Sunday Nelson Griffin of Maretburg was the guest of relatives here last week Mr Bond O Brockby Penn is in tcwn for a few days Supt W H Anderson of Paris was guest at the Eight Gables ThursdayMiss Mattie Mc Ferron returned from Pinehill Wed n sdav Mr and Mrs R A fromireIreturnedWednesday afternoonT TISIRichmond Ky Jan 12Genr- al Deputy Collector W T Shor asjust returned from Lee county where he seized a registered distillery the property of Elihu Re n olds A few days previous to his going to Lee county Capt Shot t had information that the receiving cistern was beiug entered and whisky being taken out When he a rrivedat the plant Collector Short found the distilit ry i tinning and the storekeeper seven miles away The distiller J M Smith was immediately taken into custo y and the distillery locked Capt hort also claims he has discovered that the distiller had taken out of gallonsIhad been placed on the package Smith and reynolds weie both taken to Beatyviile and tried before Unit BeatIgrand jury Barbourville K Extensive mining has begun in the lower section of Knox county ExGov Stone and associates of Pennsylva nia have begun the installation of a plant with a capacity of 2500 tons daily on Brush creek This will constitute the largest operation in Kentucky or Tennessee Local capitalist have developed property on Brush creek it being reported that Celeb Powers is interested in the company A 1000 ton plant has been completed Among other yew plants is one belonging to an other Pennsylvania company on Greasy creek installed at a cost of S80000 In the various mines sev eral thousand men will be employ ed WAWTRDLocalrepresentative to handle the sale of our new Unrivaled Series of Charts and Sur veys showing every state and ft eign country reliable historical and descriptive matter beautifully illustrated We anticipate sale large enough tone our representatiyes from 300 to 800 in every county Address Rand McNally Co goIllQAXW it Ie = 4 HM Kid Hra Almys gneht f JL Noticn 0 opooooooooocoooo I have decided to ereci a new building on the old site and must ClOS- Eout for cash my entire byAprilWe quote you some ot our prices strictly for cash = i Smoked Bacon J cts Good Lard 60 pound tubs I d Green Coffee from j 15fta IK rfc Itd Roasted Coffee from 4 n cts to 25 cfcs etsISugar is advancing but we sell 2olls for lOC 51bs Flour as good as money can buy 65 ct Next grade Flour v GO ct est Calico 5 cts Bargains IN Underwear Heavy Fleecelined 50c grade going at 35c as long as they lai r t1 tt1 tt = tttt Our Shoe and Rubber Departrient Is one of the most complete in the county Bought right sizedtI upright and our prices are right We buy STAR BRAND SHOES direct from the factory savin you the jobbers profit The makers of these shoes stand he hind every pair and guarantee them to give satisfactory service We quote you a few of the specialties J= he Patriot Shoe for Men c3 50 The Mayflower Shoe for Women 2 fl- Our Family Shoe for Men If sa Ot Our Family Shoe for Women i Tl i12 fl ElzyRShoe for Boys iLr Si 7 Music Shoe for Girk vV 8i 5 Music Shoe on extra wide Jasts for Old Folks 81 7f RUBBERS at COSTg F In most every grade and in most everysize We do not intend to carry them over to next season BARGAINS if YOU want them they jive here fcr YOU DONT WAIT until they are all gone but criME TO MORROW and get the benefit of these LOW PRICES nn nnn nu nnn nnn nn HATS 1 Mens tastes differ as greatly as do their heads It isnt easy to put in a stock of Hats that will meet ev f ery possIble demand but we have come neartfT er doing this than any other store in town Ask about our 20O Mens l ftIFol the next ninety days we are going to sell you BETTER GOODS for less money than you can get elsewhere Our profits will be very small so we will not be able to give you a handsome clock or a set of furniture or a nice sideboard or even a wagon and team hut we will give you a square dealgood honest goqcjs at the verylpwest v prices We extend to you one and all jP l flL5a cordial invitation make our M place of husines your place of business Socomefo v r tUn nm nn =nUT nnn nnl r 1fF1SH CASH STORE 1k 4d i Corner j3t 2g91JiiIJ i Mt VernoilK k Phone77 to rt ti 4 44 r h t i tS f4to j o h wJ1kI81jIJ 1 Jl I f4 t litu t iSir r r r L lr l T pMtJ 1111 lIFE Thats what a prominent Druggist said of Scotts Sniulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont ise or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are lade so often in connec ioii with Scotts Emulsion hat they are worthy of ccasional note From nfanc3r to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop nent restoripg lost flesh i nd vitality andrepairing vaste rnaction of Scotts Emulsion is no = jnore of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish nentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob cained in ordinary food Vo system is too weak or lelicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We wilt send you a sample free JformTOIlbuy SCOTT BOWKF Chcmistsfr409 Pearl SUNY I 50candl all druntds 7 The Joseph Price IfiraiyS Practice limited to Abdominal and civic Surgery General Surgery Dis asos of Kytr Nose Throat Ear Chest liiaitourinftiy and Hectal Diseases iseases of Nervous System Skin and Jastro Intestinal track This Insti uion is prepared to administer Mas ijre Hot Air Vapor Baths Hydro ithy Farad ic Galvanic and Static yectridty Make XRay Examina I ionts No contagious diseases ad ihtod All hills must be paid prompt y in advance ALL PHYSICIANS INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HERE FOR TREATMENT tncye1opedi tt a oQ Wodi r Mmanac 3ff Encyclopedia IS ON SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES SIt is a volume of nearly seven iY hundred pages and sells for 25C IrSent by mail for 35C A Reference Book of unusal val ue almost indispensable to any j man of business or in the profess ions It contains information on more than 1000 timely topics and preSsents over 10000 facts such as ar rise laity for answering 1financialshipping etc etc through all the list of topics where new figures are most valuable 34 columns of in dex Send for this Standard Ameri can Annual Address THEtWORLD Pulitzer Building New Vqpk City SSTO CONSUMPTIVES tohealthseveral re irs with n severe lung affection and that dread disease CONSUMPTION is anxious to make known to hh fellow suffer desireRtywill 4 Atrijtiu tTARBir UHONCUITlsund allthroat unit huir MM ADKS He hopes all suftcrers willry his remedy as i i8inval whichwillEDWAaDA PlLESJptcliing lugPiles Druggists are authoriz ed to rfund money if PAzq Oiwi- MENt fails W cure in 6 to dais i F M = Stubborn Coughs and Colds Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia over eight are quickly cured by I FOLEY It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and is safest for children and delicate people I Remember the name FOLEYS HONEY AfJD TASand insist upon having the genuine as no other remedy Iis so safe or as certain in results f Given Up to Die With Croup MrsP ICordier of Man ington Kyf writes My threeyear of the doctor said she could not liveold girl had a severe case croup and I herup to die I went to the store and got a bottle of Foleys Honeyand Tar The first dose gave quick relief and- sayedherlife Three sizes25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times much as the size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much Refuse Substitutes SOLD AND RSSOMMEHDEO BY VERNON DRUG COSTHE PRIOBFAIL1EDM- HlopnisMus Siiow That Gross Linbilirifts of the Firm Vill 17 He 900000 TiE ASSETS ARE ABCIIi S500 000 H Tim Ainotuir uf Uoinl Forgeries Were iiicr iise MLdaV liy SK 0000 and Sow Total SiUU UUO Private Safe of Mr Prior Was Open ed After Three Days Work By Ex c pertsAmcrg Contents Were His Insurance Policies Cleveland 0 Jan 12The banker committee which is investigating the affairs of the banking and broker age firm of Del ison Prior Co which closed its door followhig the suicide of L W Prior on Tuesday made the following authorized state ment late Thursday afternoon The examination of the books of the firm has not yet proceeded far enough to make any complete state meat possible Enough has been learned however to warrant the com mittee in stating that it is forced to believe that the firm of Denison Prior Co is insolvent but to what extent we can not as yet say We are also convinced that a num ber of municipal bonds have been forged but to what amount we are unable to determine Cleveland O Jan 16 According to a statement made by H K Newcomb of the bankers committee investigat ing the affairs of Denison Prior Co which is in the hands of Receiver Thomas H Bushnell the develop grossinot including the 1000000 in suppos edly gilt edged securities The assets of the tirmMr Newcomb believes will be about 500000 The amount of the bond forgeries were increased Monday by 300000 fand now total 1000000 The following are the names and numbers alleged forgea bonds discov tred to datg Canton Q water works 4s 100 1 000 Canton 0 water works 4s r 100000 Canton 0 water works 4s S100000 South Sharon Pa sewer 4s 100000 South Sharon Pa sewer 4ys 100000 Alpena Mich water and light 5s 250000 Alpena Mich water and light 5s 250000I The city of Canton has stopped pay meat of its bond coupons The private safe of Mr Prior was opened Monday after three days work by ex pens It is said that it contained no papers or memorandum that would disclose anything of importance in- learning the status of the firms affair FOOTBALL GAMES Have Been Abolished by Harvard pending a Change in the Rules Boston Jan 16Football has been abolished at Harvard pending a reform in tfie game that will be accept able to the board of overseers accord Ing to an official announcement from the university The discontinuance of 5the game was the result of a vote taken last week at a secret meeting of the board of overseers when it was de cided that intercollegiate football at Harvard would not be permitted until the rules and regulations had been changed and amended so as to remove what the overseers regard as the evils of the present game The overseers accepted unanimously the opinions ot- a special committee that the game as at present played is essentially bad in every respect that the method of for mation encouraged trickery and foul play and that the result Is bad for the morals of the players as well as for the body HUGE TRACTION DEAL The Indiana and Ohio Associations Are To Consolidate Indianapolis Ind JanJ2 Follow ing a conference between committees i i representing the Ohio Interurban Rail f way association and the Indiana Elec tile Railway association Thursday afternoon it was announced that on Jan uary 25 the two associations will toe merged to form the Central Electric Railway association The J a1sfoi- the consolidation are completed and ike two Associations wilt be represent ed at a meeting afc Dayton tX January 25 to perfect aiasadciation And elect officers This merger when completed will o1rla n organization limpat i many J t Fr t i TEit 1 it t f t f i 1t 2 JI if5t 1i1 iJk I rTisstfu ar as IIsteamReunionjConfederate Veterans New Orleans Jan HGen William E Mickle adjutant genera1 makes official announcement that the 16th annual reunion of the United Confederates Veterans will be held in this city April 26 and 27 Passing Confederate Bills Vienna Jan 16What seems to be an organized effort to pass off bills of the American confederacy has come to notice lately in this city the shop keepers of which have been victimized by a considerable amount within the last few weeks Young Corbett Knocked Out Los Angeles Cal Tan 13 Aurelic Herrera of Bakersfield Cal knocked out Young Corbett in the fifth rounc at the Pacific Athletic club pavilion Herreras victory was an easy one Corbetts exhibition was disappointing It Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation- quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years IKadoPILLS HAIR PARILLAI We havo no secrets We publish tile formulas of all our medicines Hasten recovery by keeping the bowels regular with Ayers Pills A JAMAICAN LADY SPKAKS HIGHLY OF CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY Mrs Michael Hartr wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West India Is lands says that she has for some years used Chamberlain Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whoopingcough and has found it very beneficial She has implicit confidence io it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist Mt Vernon Ky A few business ax ioms of Marshal Fields the worlds most tuc cessful merchant Nvergit a note Never buy a share of stock on margin Never borrow Never heavily mortgage real or personal propel ty Work always on a cisli basis Buy for cash and sellott short time Hold customers to strict enforce ment of their contracts His personality Business his greatest ambition No time for frivolity i Never an iiuitatojr No political ambition Words fewphrasesincisive- Sparing of verbal commendation Consumate judge of men Originator of dc as Powerful as an organizer Capable of inspiring confidence Patron of education Dynamite was used in attempt to destroy the jail at Barbourville1 Ky Little damage the structures framework is of steelTO 1 CURE I tOLD JH ONE DAIl Take LAXATINB BROLCO Qui- NINE Tablets lidruggistsrefuna tfie jnoney iflit lailslto uie yE Ww Groves signattire is 91 each bo- 25CtS tl te c 4rjy r Editor Cured of Lung TsoueIW L Straub Editor of St Petersburg Fla Times writes When coming across the bay from Port Tampa I got wet and caught a cold that affected my throat and lungs I neglected it thinkiug I would scon recover but I kept getting worse until I bought a bottle oifoleya Honey and Tar and it cured me completely as small MT ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co ilIT VERNON KY toFARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also irood orchard FARM No9 Consisting of 156 a cres near Conway 100 acres boMoin land 35 acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price 8 JO 00 well worth 100000 FARM No 3Alarm of 185 acres located near Maretburg nda very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm butno buildings woul be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4180 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for S55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlandb 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 7So acres near Prov dence good residence all udder fence To acres in cultivation plenty timber to run farm and well watered In one the best neighborhoods in the county Price 350- FARM NO S214 acres near Freedom church splendid ivisidcce and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain FARM NO r0Threi tracs of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and155 acres located on Glade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about fj miles from rab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee Lick road These lands are located near the resi dences of George Hines and George GoochSAbout 75 acres of this land is hot t jm land and a good part of it is up- tnd but Icvpl and is good farming ind A bargain at 3 par acre One third cash the balance in one and two yiars I 1UGU 10 ROJSY It is tiuiway When 1 need pectacles 1 go to Krankliji at Mt rer nun and have my eyes tested tad he does it right When they iced changing he does it free of hargE SHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run juhsotf TOGO j CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEEY- ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS Ev mother should know that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take rmfulrdruggist TdnO =I f 7 JeKiR aIINweys Iw 1 i i 4 li1f pcfF 1 J t tIi ft ot tItE11IIEN You want to HIT what you arc aiming at be it bird beast or target Make yntr shots count by sroctin the STEVENS For years STEVES APMS h ve Icarried cfTI rME IIONCRS for CURACY Our llIe Riflas Shotguns Pisics I ainle ii Stevens IbeArms Tool I PODox4096- COI CHICOPE3 FALLS MASS U The Busy Mans LINEBETWEEN LOUISVILLE JTsyL lIE ST LOUIS AND SOUTHWEST- IS VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis R R HENDERSON ROUTE Pulman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Homeseskers Rates to fouthvest and west first and third 1906Ias on until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1906 Sscomlcass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets OH sale first and third Tuesdays Jrnuiry and February 1906 ASK US FOR RATES J H GAULAGHER Tray P A J L IRWIN Gen P A r MORE CB HAP RATES T- OTEA 8- AqA NSASthe SOUTHWEST Oi L lytic Ms at half Tare plus o Roundtrip tickets at less than otieay laie lnmi Mtmrh s Caoj 3t Lon via 001 lOX BELT iiouoac M JANUARY 16 rjSBliUAKY 0 AND 20 Stop overs both was arid2i days return limit on round f p ikktis Wrtefur map folder smi pick your date and say whew aTd where on want to go adWe vil give you full information by reiuiti mail L 0 BARKY T p A Cotton Belt Rouce 82 Tpdd Bldg Louis villei Ky DEtvlANDIthan a medicine which meeets modern revuiremeuts fqjla bloci and svs tem cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them at Mt 25CJIguaranteea 4Jt P IA Tor Infants and Children The RiniTYflU toe Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo I of 44it Z1t r 1 11f CASTOR 1 Ir Tisr 5h LEVEL GREEN Sudden changes oi temperature and more grip etcMr Will Realty nee Ms lori Htrhrry his returned te her lijue III PilleI yule after a three weeks visit 10 pirents and Irieids herVade M ullies and bride are visMiic the formers pareitis4Tdt4iiigs ire the order of tl e dny Mtidiiii Rumor say s vve are to have anoHt tint week Mrs II C irtigtit n is the guest of her sou Kit ri Broughtun of Ottawa tint wtG Billy Brown and bride willtim grate to Oklahoma T J B own has nceptvd a position as stenographer with Virgil Soil il oi Somerse t and wsll go to work o nt H C Broughton has the best phoioi apli in tile country and it affords much pleasure and a nusc irent tor both Idaiid ycurg MLS Robert Lies and Derrell Bloomer of Kanas daughter and grandson of Rev F L Warren are isiting re atives ami irierdrjiir Rockcastle and Pilskiclliies J V Lromer andft ii in41steadtheir fathers as they intended 01 A French and D R Gi entry of Archibald I Twrite that they like that country and are having fine health and very little winter so far Columbus Blankenship Brod head brought the remains of his little son Rex to Friendship last weekwhere they were interred with his motherMrs Jonas Stephens who has been battling with that dread disease consump tton for quite a wbi ewas at last conquered by it and passed from this unfriendly world Jan 14th to meet the loved ones who have gone before She leaves a husband two children a father and two sisters serJvicesat Friendship where she was laid to ret to await the resurrection morn A GRIM TRAGEDYS is daily enacted in thousands of eachiloneor pneumonia But when coughs and colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oklalldun I ndwrites My wile had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and to day she is well 1ndsrongf It kills the germ of all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50 cts and 100 by Mt Vernon Drug Co druggists Trial bottle free CONWAY Mr F M Hurst loet his house andaimost all of its contents bv fire in the early part of last week Origin of tie fire uiikiitiwiiMr Harvey one of the cleverest men in thissectiou leE last week to spend the aemainder of the wittier in Flor hetithIin the Scaffold Cane section to have a pot office est hlihe at Mr R E M es store with Mr Moyes P M It is to be hoped that the Fole in It lat section III be given the office iishadly ueeceJOn account of ill health Mr J H Simmon our present pot master has tEndrred his resignation as P M Mr Sig mon has teen ia Jdiarge ofthe of fie for the past three years and has tunde us a splend d arid acccmmo dating post iusierVear unable to say whi will be his successor as Hide isliUely to be 3 or 4 upp- licasU S Berry was in 4t V7ern n this week on importaa business r Charlie Smith isIS iti relatives itIeinsV Pullin it Pain Lck visiud his hfothtr D U Iu11isthiieLkMr a d Mrs B BBddI vincd relativ s i Anderson couut Ibis vek DOGTMiS OFA Cll fjND HK TO AVD M Mure fatalities hive their ongi or rtsul l0in cold titan froi my other cause Tuia n lHlont h uld mafce pe jfe mire eat ettil is there iv no danger whatever rom a cold when it is properly reated in the beginning For liany years ChamberIau Cough Remedy has been recogzel as the most prompt and effectual medi cine in use for this disease rt icts on natures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretion and aids nature in rest or r ug thesstem to a healthy condi tion Sold by Chas C Davis the teadngdruggiStsPoIi BEAUT Harriett Howard New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skiun trouble She writes j I h id Salt Rheum or Exema for years but nothing would cure it until I used BucU leus Arnica Salve JJAqui kand sure healer j for cuts burns and sores 250 at Mt Veitioii DrugGoiPv drulstorei i1 txSrl 13 j0i r 5T i i IPt r iIz pcThe Kind Ton Jtrixve Always BifngIit and tvliicli lias been in use for ovrr J53 7o Phn borne the giiatnre of jl ui is JLrr liisidiixiiilcr Ills per Ci LL59 77 ilaJ or vision since its infancy Allow no 0110 to ce i 0 y uin this All Couiitertcits Invitations and Justiisgootl are but Ew n10t tit trifle vitli ajul ejstlanjror the health of Iniusits hIircniipcricnco agtihrst Expeiiruent t rri iat fH CASTOPA-rJ QS ti Casfcorifk is a Iiaijnlcss substitute for Castor Oil PareSgoilc r jcys ami Soothing Syrup It is Pleasant Ifc aoithis 1uith1 vium lIflhh W nthl Narcotic t u a bD iz H s HiiiitiiiLviC ii ois 3ri Worms find allays Feverishness it cures iarrhO3a and Wind k 4nct relieves rrc thing Troubles cures Constipation 4 anil FJfttHlcney It assimilates the Fcnd regulates therStGnipveii and Dowels giving licaltliy antI w ural sleepr SiiO Chikli siis Paaacca The Motlicr5 Filoid t r lit If tl ffr1h r JJ S9 Bafrs the Signature o 44f A 2i f 7i 7t 4r74AM9T- he of Kind You Rave Always Bought In ArrvcerjTAun rr sTRt = mt ctrSJ r i 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINEof C skns Robes c Ordeis by Telephone attend ed pr Sta lnptyI Farm For Sale iOne 150 acre tract of land on ill waters of Crooked creek Ono dwell injr house timber and coal The farn chealFOlD G CLARK jul 14 tf Orlando K- rTEXASL IIfyou are contemplating a chang not locate in Texas where ih Winters ne mild anda home ca be purchased for what vou pay an nually in rent in the North Kas Texas offers opportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in any other section of our country Homeseek1prs7 21 5LCotton Belt Route CincinnstO wcY Williams ATTORNEYATLAW VERNON 2rd The Bank street to collectionsSPhone No U MYERS DentistMt 5 f OFFICEAt C iams 7Soffice MONDAYfioon till W Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS lGranite TombstonesS 1ALL FIRSTSCLASSS Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to pain Womens pains are curable They are the of dangerous conditions of female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerousresults will follow W1I1eofrdU1S IT COMES TO WOMANS whenever she suffers from womans biting and weakening pains It not only the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out the of the pains which them from coming back It makes you well Try Soldeverywhere 100 bottles I1 WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladies Advisory Dept Th ChattanoogaMedicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 2ld and i6th February 6th and aulh 1906 the Pacific and Iron Mountain Route from St Louis and Memphis will haydn effect unusually low one way secoLdclass Coiouist rates o certain points in Missouri Ar kansas Oklahoma and Indian Ter- ritorieS touisiara Texas Kansas Nebraska Eastern Colorado W o ming and New Mexico On same dates Hdmeseeker s roundtrip rates will apply to same points tickets limited 2i da Cs with liberal stop over privileges going and returning For descriptive literature mat folder etc of the and South west consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS J PA Mo Pac Ry r 3t Norton Bldg lo isville Ky i Jc l 7 Jjl cc MT K ZSTOFFICK On floor o of Mt Vernon on Church Special attention given SoSIitl FirstClass t Work residence on Cld Main St known as the C Wil residence PHONE No Vill be in at BRODHEAD very Tuesday toon v M Brodhead Ky and Marble Monuments WORK suffer sign the RELIEF any of compels cause prevents in January Missouri Railway West GIVEN WITHOUT A PAIN PoplarBluffalthough before taking CARDUI tvo doctors had done me no good can truthfully say was cured by Cardui want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine F STRAY SHEEP At J N Griffins i f miles south of Pine Kill two ewes anl buck all white Came tOiny place iii October The o NOel can get them by proving property and paying charges JSN Griffin 2t ESTKAY Taken up by us May 3rd a two year old six hundred t spottedsteerQw1 ri and paying damages Roundstoue Laud Co By H Chenault RKSSIxIx CINCINNATIS8Oo Cist ShoesRUbbelSt E C oolSalssmaim pp J st SSr1SP