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FridayjInu ertl ill Ilgnlf IVLU JI XIX MT VERNON ROCK ASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 13 1906 NUMBER 28 e- sI J Didouf 8 l II Did you getacK K Suit last week Quite a number of I Rockcastles best dressers did J OGrace ann St lemI IIThreis grace and style and appearance in all our lfcK K Suits The con- cavei shoulder cndjlose f w collar are important featuresli fin K K Suits Fine Tailoring L Cut properly sewed properly made properly That describ es tIle Kwality l K K Kotmt Suits K K suits are stylish toppy looking suits that wilLstand hard usage and UappeariQright and new till Worn out HTIiihInnyiliiIThere things in this world including c some merchants who try toy J i prove to you that you can save f money by buying trashysweatshop clothingI from them After you have bought a K K Suits the tally of those merchants will bee 5 about as welcome as a foilo fjyour neck 1 iNew Styles end New Designs mU111ther uv to v v U Wf P 31250 and SI5 00 k HereI x as low as is pos i1le to sell firstclass uptodate merchandise IDid We Forget No it is impossible to forget as good things as W L DOUGLAS SIIO S for men and boys Friedman Bros tivfor these lines that we cant vft There is so much to be said say it all here If youare From Missouri come = and let us show y- ourGU w 11 MORRIS The splendid and efficient cash ier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co Mr Morris was born and reared on a farm in Woodford county near Versailles In TQOI he began as bookkeeper in the First State Bank Junction City where he remained until Sept 1902 when he orgatuVwd the batik at Crab Orchard His success at the head of this financial institution is especially gratifying to all Iconcern ed He also has a real estate agen cy and is agent for all kinds of in surance with all of which he is doing a nice business It0I11EAI Mr Granville Leece Road Su pervisor asks me to state through your columns that he is in favor of doing anything i his power for the betterment of all the county roads If the county will lend a hilping hand and with such an er thusia tic man as Squire Leece we feel that it would only be a matter of a very few months until Rock castle could boast of having asgood roads as any other county in the StateP F Cable has left us for Dayton Ohio where he will make his future ho ieEd Rogers is as sistin l W A Carson at Mt Vernon W G Smith is spending tree week with H H Hutcheson at Kirksville J W Hutcheson has returned from Louisville where the 32nd degree in Masonry was con ferred on him John Robins has returned from Louisville where he spent a week purchasing goods You can now find all the latest styles in everything wantedW H Krucger was in town Wednesday Shugars Drug Co have added one of the largest stocks of paint to their alreudv fine drug store in the countyW C Swinford and E B Newland were in Louisville where they pnrchaseda fine bath tub which 8win for 4 will run in connection with his barbershop G A Waterhouse of New York City is here purchasing poles from R L CollierW B Cass has re turned from a weeks visit to sister Mrs L B Hilton at Pine Hill Thos Mink was down from Cor bin Sunday The protracted meet ing at the M E Church is still in progress Make Shngars drugstore your headquarters when in town where you will be served with all flavors of icecream soda The small pox ewes are getting along nicely No mre caaes de veloped yet Another wedding 4i in t nvit soon so ajs Madam Rumor Several drummers at buth hotels 01IOwentcJJ1to IsH son eson at this place This being the fist time he Ins been away iron OWtI ton for 12 years GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OIJT Some weeks ago durrng the severe winter weather both my wif coldIS Egleston of Maple Landing lo wa Knees and oints aching muscles sore head stopped up eve and nose running withalternat spells of chills and fever We gan using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with double dose of Chamberlains Stom ace and Liver Tablets and by it- liberal use soon completely knocked out the Grip Lold by Chas C Davis the leading druggist Chinese pirates held up thre passenger boats near Canton an ftagerali 1 7 EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE No progressive school teacher in Rockcastle shoul miss the opportu nity of his life to hear the great el ucators of the land at the Conference of Education in the South at Lox ngton May 2 3 and 4 The object of ihe conference to s arowe a public sentiment in favor of better common school edu cation for children of the Southern Commonwealths including Ken tucky The methods by which this object is to be attained is by bringing together in conference proIfessiongaged in other professions as well as business men and statesmen to discussa the educational problem and disclose the weakness in the systems that obtain in the South ern States When this is done the next thing is to suggest a reme dy Eight conferences have been held since this educational move mnt first began In every State where such a meeting has been held good results have followed in all of them the common schools have been the gainer Either the per capita for children of school age has been increased the number of schools mul tiplied or the school term length ened iah corresponding advautag es to the poorly paid school teach er What is needed in Kentucky is at least a ten months school term for the rural districts This can only be had by an aroused public sentiment in faver of better common school facilities for the children The purpose of the conferenc for education is to do this very thing to arouse public sentiment ip favor of better common school ed ucation by laying bare the defects of the system as it now exists The legislature will increase the tax for school purposes only when it is warmly supported by the people The popular mind must be influ enced by the discussions of the Conference by the facts laid before the world of Kentuckys illiteracy by the enthusiasm of those disin terested friends of education At the last conference held in Colum bia South Carolina an invitation to hold the next meeting at Lex ington was tendered and accepted Many able men will be present mainly from the South with a number from the East Gov Beckham will deliver the address of welcome which will be responded to by President Ogden ot the conference Gov Jos W Folk of Missouri will deliver the principal address on the first evening The attend ance is expected to be very large and this conference is looked for ward to as the most important in the history of the movement Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quirk relief from rheumatic pains afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm has surprised and de lighted thousands of suffers It makes rest and sleep possible A great many have been permanently ured of rheumatism by the use of hisliniment For sale by Chas J Davis the lending druggist- 3r FfLr IDI nYANDTAR cl rwcr rcfc says Jo opiates Established C1C10 l1 oVor Vo Z o llBE Therra iJ Financial Institutionsg I m m 1mf=m Offers to the a safe and conservative Banking Systemp p oI p p pp p p p p m OF Individual Firms and Corporations O lC 1rIII IIItut imupon a J W HUTCHESON Cashes J tit BB lB 21JYl1B JIM HOWARD DONSTHE STRIPES The sensation of the week at Fraukfort was the arrival from Louisville prison of James Howard and his formal Commitment to the penitentiary for life according to the sentence of the court rendered some time ago There were two intensely inter ested parties accompanying the no ted prisonerHowards wife and the brother of the murdered Goebel The former suffered the agony of ignomineous separation at the pris on gates the latter sat a silent spectator of the scene of transfigur ation of the smiling and affable cit zen to the strained hardvisiged criminal in the convicts garb It was learned very recently that Howard is writing a book for Pub- licaion supposedly a history of his trial and conviction OUAIL Eld J L Davis filled his regular appointment at Providence Satur daySowing oats is the order of the dayMr Alex Proctor is con valescentM Zack Payne is still in very critical condition Mrs Robert Brown of Level Green vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs Da vid Proctor the first of the week Messrs Robert Brown and Alex Proctor were in Qttenheim Tuesday on business Arch Taylor sold to William Vanderpool tw6yearold horse for 12oW H Brown of bought of J M Craig some fat hogs at 5i cents DEYILS ISLAND TORTURE is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Thhn I was advised to apply Buck lens Arnica Salve and less than box parmanenily cured me writes L S Napiersof Rugles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at All Druggists Surgeon Whfte has reported the existence of case of yellow fever at Kenner La v 1887 t r people ACCOUNTS a Preachersville a a ADJ011NNG COUTNIES The case of FranK Ball who is charged with having killed Jack Bolin at Middlesboro is to be call ed in the Kuox Circuit Court at Barbourville At the present term of court the election bribery cases which involve several county offi cers will also be called The Hon C W Metcalf of Pineville is pushing a movement for the homecoming for the counj ties Laurel Knox Whitley and Bell combined The general meet iug place will be arranged later and it will he at the county seat of one of the four counties Businessmen of these counties are taking considerable interest in the matter A meeting of the representatives of the counties named will meet in a few days to arrange a time and place for the meeting It will be immediately following the Homecoming week at Louisville in June At a meeting of the Knox Fiscal Court it was decided to expend about 10000 on an annex to the Knox county court house Plans include building two wings and re modeling the building It is un derstood that work will begiu as soon as possible Last November an election was held on the question of issuing bonds to the amount of 30000 to get funds for building a new structure but the measure was defeated RHEUMATISM MAKES LIFE MIs- ERABLE A happy home is the most valu able possession that is in the reach ofmankind but you cannot enjo its comforts If you are suffering from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you can be relieved from this rheumatic pains also b applying Chamberlains Pain Balm One application will give you relie and its continued use for a shon time will being about a permanent cure For sale by Chas C Davis leading SNIEL druggistwuar vx1911re WiLl SHIELD WEIL CLOTHINGMens The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suns sold at Poj nlnr Prices None Genuine without the Label on the Collar r itlots 1J FISHJ 7Uy Mt Vernon Ky j rw a s BRIGHT SAYINGS It is getting so in Houston that the wealthier citizens can enjoy strawberries at least once a week without running the risk of bank ruptcy Houston Post David B Hill favors George B McClellan for the Democratic Pres dential nomination in 1908 Looks like Georges bad luck just will continue Atlanta Journal Mark Twain hopes there may be no Czars or Grand Dukes in heaven Evidently Mark expects to go there hfmself some dayChiacago Record Herald 1Tireless telegraphy works best at night The birds are then asleep and there is nothing to pick off the currentsLos Angeles Times By adding the losses of the oger ators and miners should a cOal strike come the public can form a l x ititroit Free Press- Prominent sportsmen have ex pressed the opinin that pugilism ruins a mans principles In a few cases it has been known to ruin a mans face Washington Post AttorneyGeneral Hadleyof Mis souri says he is neither a reformer nor a trust buster Probably he will have to be classified as a Ne messisBuffalo Times IS THE MOON INHABITED Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some form p ssible en that satellite but not for human be ings who have a hard enaugh time here on this earth of ours especial Iv those who dant know that Elect fc Bitters cure Hepdache Bilious ness Malaria Chills and Fever faundice Dyspepsia Dizzintss Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weak nesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by All Druggist Price only 5oc I y F MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 131900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application FOR CONG HESS 1Ce are authorized to announce jUDGIS JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer County as a candidate to represent the Kighth Congressional District in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gil bert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party OUR COMMON SCHOOLS Nomnv at all informed on the subject Relieves that the common school system of Kentucky is what it ought to be A look at the misI arable little cabins that serve as school ouses in man ifnot most oi the school districts of the State and a peep insideat the more mis erable children during school hours on a winter day would convince anybody that Kentucky is behind tine times in the matter of common schools but yet there are Southern States behind Kentucky That Southern m in would be singularly wanting in patriotism and affection for his people who did not desire to tare this condition improved How best to bring about such re- suit can oulvbe ascertained through interchange of ideas and opinions with persons conveisant with the situation and capable of helping in the cause Tuis was suggested a conference or the leading educa tors in the Southern States for the purpose of evolving sonic plan to extend the educational system so as to benefit all the people Higher schools and denomina tional institutions had done a great work but they did not reach the J spotfs What the people need is the highra as to e it supported by general taxation is the rub that question of itaxation The difficult thing is to induce the people to tax themselves for schools to the extent of having a ten months school year and teachers paid adequate salaries In Kentucky in the country districts 1the rule is a six months school poor pay for the teachers poor teachers poor scholars poor schools poorpeople Any agency by which such a state of things could be remedied should receive a welcome from all good people Such an agency is The Conference for Education in tue South which meets annually to consider South school conditions and devise lent to improve them Its T meetings are attended by eminent I citizens not only from the South but from the North and East also who are interested in the welfare of the South and her people The next sheeting of the Conference will be in Lexington on May 2 3 and 4 and all who desire to see better schools throughout the State are invited to attend CHARGES corruption and un uue influence arising from the rectifiers tax fight ic the General Assembly are being investigated by the Franklin county grand jury The editor of the Kentucky Journ al which printed the rumors that members of the Legislature had been bribed was awitness Monday a nd employes of that paper also testified Judge Stout in address ing the jury said indictments should be returned against the per so us guilty or if not guilty against the paper publishing the charges for libel There it is again The newspapers mrist bemum and say ing hothing no matter what comes or goes We will go a wager at any odds that the State Journal never printed any falsehood NEWS ITEMS Saurday was the 44th anniversary of the battle of Shiloh An epdemic of typhoid fever in Phtsburg is causing great alarm 76 new cases were reported Satur dayIndiana are gather ing in Indianapolisfor the State convention The display of parti san zeal is remarkable Just how to indorse Gov Hanly is uppermost in the minds of the leaders The real iss methodceto be used in catching votes The railroads are fighting the proposed Twocent RairoadFare Bill taJ tk It is statedpositively in St Pe ersburg that Russia has arranged for a loin of between 200000000 acid 350000000 The Visconsin monument on the battlefield of Shiloh was dedicated Saturday A young white man of good family is under arrest at Somerset charged with rifling a mail pouch which was dropped by a mail wagonThe strike in the bituminous fields of Western Pennsylvania is practically over independents breaking their compact and signing the 1003 scaleIThe anthracite operators at the conference with the Mine Workers Committee in New York Tuesday suggested that the strike c in mission of 1902 be requested to d cidj whether any modification of the comm boons provious a w a r d should be made The operators desire to limit the scope of the in quiry to two grievances wages method of adjustiug complaints Mr Mitchell it is believed will ac cept the old tribunal but will in sist that the scope of inquiry be widened The miners will give the operators an answer on Thurs dayThe director of the census hoc announced the resul of the censrs of manufacturers of the State of Kentucky covering the period from January i 1900 to December 31 1906 During the fiveyear period the number of manufactur ing establishments in Kentucky hive increased from 3648 to 3 737 and tht capital invested therein from 87995822 to 147 181478 a gain of 67 4 per cent The value of product has increased from 126 508660 to 159753968 The capital invested in tobacco estate lishtnents has increased from 4 5t096 to 226Q1159 An examination of the census re p rts of rgoo shows that Kentucky has been particular generous it furnishing her best blood to the upbuilding of other states parti cu larly throughout the west In the states and territories in the Unites States there were according to the census in 1900 546265 native born Kentuckians Since the report there have been many others wh have left Kentucky for other states and with the 30000 living in Cana da and others living in Mexico South America Kurope and Asia there are over 600000 natives of Kentucky living with out the bord ers of the state A large number of the ind e pendent operators in the Pittsburg district have signified their inten tion of signing the 1903 scale in justice to their customers In so doing they fully believe that the action taken by the joint conven tion in January at Indianapolis was the orrect position to take in view of the conditions of the coal trade for the past two yerrs Thev be lieve that conditions have in no way changed since that January that would warrart an advance in the wage scale at this time Mr Robinschairman of the Pittsburg Coal Coompany at that convention and at the recentconvention stated that the conditions did not justif an advance in the wage scale the independent operators further be lieve that in signing this scale it may work an injury to the Pitts burg district It may have the effect of ultiniateYa a dif- ferentIal againt the Pittsburg dis trict in favor of the Western States and by increasing the wage scale in a depressed market and against the conditions of the coal trade it may ultimately work an injury to the miners organization itself LIV1NSTON Mr and Mrs Geo McCarthy and family returned from a visit to Lebanon JunctionMiss Jessie Bogart who is spending the suut mer with her aunt Mrs W H Rice is in Cincinnati this week Will Shelton of Stanford was in town the first of the weetc calling on his friends one in particular Mrs Dee Bryant and family were in Mt Vernon for a few days last weekMrs James Walton has re turned from Booneville where she spent a few days last weekJ W Baker was in Mt Vernon the first of the weekMrs E S Woodall BBS returned from Elrodwhere she was called to see her mother who was very sickMr Durham of Parksuille was the guest of his daughter Mrs W W Wright this week Mrs Robert Lemons has returned from an extended visit to- LouisvilleA B Furnish was in town last week ou Jl businessMrr cy =Champ Mnllins spent a few days in Somerset this weekMrs John Howell was in 7 ouisville this week and returned with a rce line of millinery Miss Mattie McFerron was in town a few hours Wednesday shoppingMesdames C W Wright of Parksville and Anna Parks of Danville are with Mrf W W Wright who is n alsickLH Davis Chas and Will Rice are up the river this week oi a fishing tourJohn Hcwell L N con ductor is spending the weekwith his familyMiss Cora Adams has gone for an extended visit to at Mt VernonMr J T Riche the bridge foreman who was hurt removelltoreceived some very serious injuries but is now convalescent and it i to he hoped that he will soon recover Rev and Mrs Walton and Jacob Samhrook attended the Presbytery at Danuille this week Mrs Carry Claus of Grays is viiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bur tortrMis Winnie Bowers of Muldraugh Ky is visiting daughter Mrs Sam herI this weekRev Frank the grest of his brothers John and JohnI inIdaughter Mrs Chas Rice Mr Lawrence Aling passed into the great beyond Saturday morning at 930 He had almost lived his four score and ten He became very feeble about a year before his death he suffered a severe stroke of paralysis which made him almost help less although it was interesting to heir him tell tales of the early life When quite young mau he crossed the Rocky Mountains in a wagon train going to the gold fields of Cal ifornia where he remained several years and accumulated quite a for tunerHe leaves a wife and three daughter Mrs John Grat of Cin cinnati Mrs Chas Rice of this place and Miss Kate Aling of Philadelphia Penn The funeral ser vices were held at the Baptist church conducted by the Rev Briscoe of Mt Vernon after which the remains were taken to Stanford and intered in the Buffalo Cemetery We extend to the family our sym pathv in their bereavement LAN n STOCK AND CROP John Owens bought of J J Mc Calla milch cow and calf for 30 A H Hamlin bought of W M Southard a heay pair of mules for 300 Tr ivelstead Lewis of son county sold tIGriffith of Gallatin Teun a pair of mules for S75the largest sum ever paid for a single pairof mules in that section PARIS COURTDAyA large crowd was in town county court day the weather was per fe r t About 100 mules were on the mar ket with prices riming high Buy ers seemed inclined not totaka hold and but few sales were made Thomas McClintock Son sold II mules at from Si so to Si on That it his been a reasonably profitable season for the cattle feed ers despite the price of corn is gen erally admitted says an expert Considering quaility and it has been nothing to brag about the beefcrop has he Id well during the past three months Where they were bought well and handled well no complaint has been heard Of course under present circumstan ces the feed lot is not an avenue to wealth nor is the steer finisher constantly in the marker for dia mons but such feeders as cost 325 and 3 50 on the Missouri river last fall and have been selling at 5 25 at Chicago this winter ought to be dignified as mortgage lifters A McLean county Ill man mark eted at 6 not long ago a big drove ofcattle that cost 4 at Kansas city last fall and that they made him money goes without saying There has been some complaint it is true and the market has seen some b id spits but on the whole feeders have done better than dur ing the corresoonding period of 1905 and they have had to thank a good British market for it The uneventful and somewhat lethargic market brings recollec tion of the cattle trade boom that began in March 1905 and contin ued until late in the spring says Breeders Gazette That it will be repeated is dgubtful the trade does not think so From the middle of- March until April 15 lasr year cat i f I r4 tie values showed an appreciation of about per cwt In April the 7 mark was reached and sales above 650 were common Thi liquidation craze of January and February resulted in a temporary scarcity of fat beef and seir the market kiting Tint rise came un expectedly and if it is duplicated this year market prophets will he discredited That the market will get out of its present lut and dis play more actiAity is probably but the East has made more beef this year and feed lots of in the West have been by no mains cleaned out An Omaha concer n figures the number of available steers March lin Krnsas Nebriska 10I wa Missouri and South DaVota at in per cent less than labtyear but adds that many are being put on feedHeavy loss of life is being reported from the cities in the vicin tv of Mount Vesuvius Houses are being crushed by ashes and cinders and thousands of people are fleeing panid stricken I M Cra g sold in Stanford Mon c dav to M J Farris of Danville 8 700 pound cattle at 3 CASTORIAF01 The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Ciianature of FOrmllONEYANDTAB tons ttHo south sad hea11UD us a or rich G been on trial in N the of his weeks A in has a gray wolf Pr e e should her work on Senate a AT COST AND LESS We have just received a large shipment American Ladies and American Gentlemen Shoes which sellwith a guarantee backed by the Hamilton Brown Shoe Louis you want a Shoe Style and wear dont forget to call on us We are also WINTER at we say we mean what the US in the city come and be by this of Now Magnolia cts whichexcells other Get sack and be if you are not Corn can Peas 8 cts Bean per 8 cts folks Best per can 10 cts All and cts per now cts For call at our store and will soon slow you how save OUISa t FRUEGERSONSI To Cure a Cold One Day TakeLaxative Bromo Quinine I Seven Million boxes in Signature v W Are You Looking for IF IT POll Bargains Just step into our big store General Merchandise g are now out our stock of and Suits and and Cloaks at Cost in order to Lave room for our 8 Give a calland see for yourself that these bargains are not a tbut a A HIATTIHIATT KY LV r C j GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky1t IN THE No for All come for fair S C PHONE No 51 Want your or beard beautiful brown black Use The Rev Ulysses who has ewAl fanny Ind for murder wife was yesterday His trial consumed four woman Oklahoma caught and subdned without assistance si d n t Roosevelt appoint for that epecial line of the Reyublican members of theUuited States T ft we Co of St If for selling all GOODS COST When COST GOODS COST So profited Great Slauohter PRICES selling Flour at 65 all Flour arconvinced already Canned per 6tcts Cannel 13 can 13 Tomatoes Heavy Dress Goods 5o 05 yard at 40 further prices we to money t in Tablets soW puz months This ii at IS oi TWe closing Winter Mens Overcoats Ladies Child sirens Spring Stock myth reality C i i l LINE iAll The 1H YELLOWFrontEOLD BEST DRUGSTORE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases Specialty treatment DAVIS Propr fAyersPills moustache Southerlin acquitted COMPLETE tltelmild BUCKINGHAMS DYE writ en or otcooisia L r Litt t co lusmu x a HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Kk He writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when i began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have re mained well ever since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Oolds and Bronchitis and is the only cure for Weak Lung Every bottle guarantees by All Drug fsls 500 and SI400 Trial bottle free J T c3 j tinon eVdtbox25c tttttttttttttt m Willis Griffin 3IypStock Complete Can furnish on short no g tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = Phone No 63 = 11111111111111111111111111111111111l1111111111111111111111 1111111111111 JONAS McKENZIE COME COME II wE invite all to come an 1 see us At my store you Itwill always find a good selection of Dry Goods and NotionsECLOTHING I alltWe carrry a fUllliof Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIEI Ii YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON iwill 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 C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Fire Proof Oil If you are looking for YOUR MONEYS WORTH Take your oilcan to your Deal er and insist on having it Filledwith FIRE PROOFCOAL OIL FireProof Oil r I j t j 1r MT VERNON SIGNAL r MT VERNON KY APRIL 13 190 6 I 79 Cull up No 79 when you wont to Corn n1unl- cnt with SIGNAL z O 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p in 24 north 332 a u 23 south 124 p tr 21 South 1236 a tn- TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the lit Vernon Ky Postoffice ns secondclass snail matter PERSONAL Barhee McAfee was heresnndaj Atty J W Brown is in Louisville today Hear Catron was here the of the week Miss Annie Thompson is ing ii Stanford Atty C C Williams was in Coy inglon Wednesday Miss Cora Adams is with red tives here this week Mrs P D Colyer has been very sick for several days- J W Baker was up from Li ingnton Sunday visiting his son- G U Baker L T Stewart loaded several carloads of lumber at Crab Orchard this week Mrs E S Albright and Miss Reca Baker sp nt Monday i LouisvilleMiss Redd of Crab Orchard is the guest of the Misses ThompsonApp section foreman at Ha7elpatch spent Sunday with Capt M F Smith A H Hamlin spent a few days at Clair yield Tenn looking after his logmg interests there Andrew Cress of Monticello was here yesterday He will spend a few days with homefolks in this countyMrs W J Sparks and Misses Mat Williams and Bessie Sparks were in Louisville shopping first of the week- I A Bowman and John Hvsing er attended court at Stanford Monday They say cattle sold for big pricesMrs C C Williams and daughter Mis Risse are in Louisville the latter being under treatment of a who was sent to the pen for killing William Cant having served his time has returned home looking none the wore be cause of his confinement- L B Murphy and family left ye terday morning for Lawrence coun tv where they will make their home Mr Murphy was one the sawyers at the handle factory LOCAL Cash Herrin bought a small far of Mat Ellison for 4ooBotown Cor Somerset Journal FOR SALE Abont 6000 feet inch pipe in first class condition J T Adams inchso 3t Mt Vernon Ky EGGS Highest class Black Minorcas Plymouth Rocks at 5 per setting of 15 eggs Mrs A T Fish mch236t Wildie Ky FOR SALEOne 20 horsepower skid boiler one 20 horse power center crank engine saw grist band mill line shafts and resaws All in good repairW NICELY apr13 41 Hansford Ky CARD OF THANKSTo my mt ny friends of Livingston and especially the physician who were so exceedingly kind during the ill ness and in the death of my Path I wish to express my heart felt thanks MRS C H RICE Mrs Alice Newland has not beeu able to hear anything of her son Fred who disappeared from Gadsen Ala March igth Everything has been done to gain information of his whereabouts but to no avail Mrs Newland is now of the opinion that Fred has gone to Panama as he often expressed his desire of seeing the iFthmusE- or ass Bernsta4t London Local The Peoples Bank will open to morrow Lum Sims a Jew and a millionaire will educate Jim Howard yearsIage fit two years will be spent at Londt n Ky Norton Hamlin Co have cloyed a login g deal with a Boston lumber company of So million feet at Clair Field Tenn The timber jisin Clayborne county and the company thinks iL will take e years to complete the contract Work will be begun the middle of this month If Cadiz had as much enterprise as it has money in a short whilt we would have the nicest little town in the State Lets all get together throw away Sear Roe hock Cos catalogue and do ou trading with our home merchants organize the graded school build streets and pavements improve our roads and do right toward 0nTanother and in a fete years none of us bnt will be glad that we live stto Cadiz Loyalty to home anr home enterpiises and a desire to d cattbe accomplished Record This friendly advice of the Record to the citizens of Cadiz could be appropriately applied in Mt Ver anta others as you would have others do unto you is badly need W S Cason and A M Cox of Cynthiana attorneys for B B King and W M Adams last week filed a suit in the Lincoln county Circuit Court for 7500000 againsi W J Sparks and W C Mulliuf for damages in getting out stone on a piece of property which is prob KnC railroad near Mullins Station this county The same suit was filed in this countv about one i fagothe reason thant a continuance has been asked for on three different occasions by the plaintiffs There was evidently no merit in the case as the whole tract of land from which the stone was taken could not be sold for 50 and further more the land is claimed by Sparks and Mullins the having a deed to it It appears that the suit was was brought in Lincoln county for tbi purpose of annoying and bar rassin these gentlemen with the hope ofa compromise but no dam ages will ever be paid say the defendants except at the end of a le gal fight and no fears are enter tained of such a result in the Lin coin Circuit Court which does not even have jurisdiction of the case Simplified spelling has been adopted by college presidents and professors editors the publishers of the standard dictionary com missioners of education U S Cit ouit Judges a Justice of the Su preme Court bankers lawyers die vines and persons of nearly all call iiise simple manner ofspelling Andrew Carnegie the philanthropist Cofsupport ofa Simplified Spelling B lardwith headquarters at No Madison Ave New York for tbndi seuiination of this much neede reform writtenha an idta as to how simplified spelling runs Billy Smith fully drest lookt stedfastly out then leapt from t South window of the old hante house on Roundstone creek and skipt out aterly dawn snapt h fingers at unseen specters sli noiselessly along the thorofare quietly crost the fantom bridge hence thru a dence w odland rying asithe skilfuly stept ask and stopt oti the approach of automobile which he discovered was stript of its tires After it had past he pickt up a package of sulfur the fumes of which vext him great droptbesideattempted to resume his flight w tript by a saw brier pickt himself up supprest an oath prest ma fully onward He winkt and k his hand to a pretty girl who bins as she past on horsebacki- t thereby transgrest the rules ofeti quet and doubtless would haw been nerof a passing thru a field be was rttost a huge billygoat which he tapt over ofsulfateknocktship was much astonisht 1ticnpsdroptnoon he was surprized by a skilful Gipsy wrapt in furs who bathed Billys forehead with glycerin On parting they gript each others hands heartily Billy telefoned his mama and confest that his trip to the hunted house was exciting thru toescapeharmhis woful experience Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 28 243oand have been Chosen as the days P upon which the great Laurel Conn ty fair will be held The Board of Trustees of the town at their regular meeting on indtionsesment in the Fall of which quremaining nearly all the local attorneys enproceedings of the hoard wh ch made the levy are legal and said taxes are collectable The Board will meet again tomorrow for the purposes ofappoilitinga niaisbalh r a collector and begin the collection of taxes next week The Board i organized on a bu inesc basis and all money will be applied for legiti 111rs reels A strict account will ept and rendered so any taxpa can see where his money gees ti he levy and list is for filly cent m each one hunched dollars nn fioo poll The total amount 0 e let including the polls tim up 77509 exclusive of railroi tax which will be about Stoo A fast as this tax is collected itwil be turned over to hethe towi ATreasurerand none of it paid out except or order of Board of Trustees who will issue warrants therefor stating fc i what purpose the money was used The Board is composed of Dr A G Lovell Jonas McKenzie Fritz Kreuger R B Mullins and S C Franklin Trustees James Maret Clerk all of them business men who will work for the best iuteresi ofour town and it behooves ou people to lend their aid and mora support in the work of iaiprovicj nur streets and roadand all mat- tel s for general good BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL A recital by Miss Jordans pi pUs will be given tonight All ar cordially invited No admissio will be charged Doors open at sevenTo give Mt Vernon as got dHschool as we have had this ea costs both effort and money Miss Taylor is sure that if the patron realized the financial anxieties con rested with the work they would pay up as promptly for this as othei needs Even the small sum charged for tuition have each thei place and when they are delayer serious inconvenience is earned Several patrons pay for the terns h advance This is the best way The pupils of the lower grad s are planning a flower garden fOJ the school yard under the directici of Miss Dsmorest Two members ofthe facull have been testing then famot Kentucky horses The botony class took its secon trip to the woods Tuesday after noon The sewing class under Mr r Grimes though small is loin most excellent work MORE ABOUT BKFS Last week we visited the bet while they were busy settling them ew home This week we take deep at their every day work thabcare most hone part of a bees work it maybe IP tsresting to see how the nectar is knothehoney dthe very sight of an apple tree i 15ear Us r aFblosoms are kind thn are likewise coy for they keep tit acvadecupans visitors can generall reach it by means of their ion Throughthishoney then passes it down the stomachSIt is not the nectar only which dwelistsee that each worker takes care to get dustThisthe feet and then made up into a inbyAs soon as the bee has gathered all she can carry she hurries off bythethe pollen balls and make beebread out of them for the infant members of the community Having disposed ofall the pollen our collector goes to one of the honeyidate the patience of these busy folks to learn that it takes many trips to fill a single cell When these beesgather more honey than is necessary for daily use thev seal up the cells with wax to keep for winter Contrary to out usuges it is the male member of the bee society which have the easy time The ividuals called drones do little e but act as a body guard to the een Another peculiarity in bee government is that the queen is the most important personage in the community Not only is she the ruler she is also the mothe of all the hive children She lays about to hundred egg a lave When an egg is two or three Tlaisold it haters into a tiny maggot along comas the nursing bee and puts a nixture of pollen and honey into he cell And the bEe Inhy is left l grow fat in this sweet bath for rive or six days At the end rf his time the larva almost fills the cellcradle Now the nursii ee seal the infant up with a wax over leaving just tl e smallest hole in the scoter As soon as the larva shut it proceed to spin a crccon 6 it of a fine silk thead which fi ids supplied bv its under lip i ifant remains in its cosy bed f j fbout ten days Theo it works n out of the cocoon and through bill The kind nurses art waiting for the new comer they stroke its wings and feed it well for twenty four hours and by that time It is ready to begin a bees lift work Next week we snail hear abou the members of the royal family TEN YEARS WITHOUT EATING For ro years before his death on Thursday night at Kingston a man named Joseph Knight had noi eaten any lood Eleven years ago while on hoard the yacht Elba at Gosport he accidentally anon some detergent in mistake for gpor ter with the result that his gullet and other internal organs were dis troyed He was removed from tin vacht to a nlan oftear in Gosport arbor where first old was given isrthe hands of able surgeons who lot only saved his life but also en tbled him to live for more than ten rears in comp native ijomfort bv means of feediugchinogh a tube in his side leading directly to the stomach Wheeling about thetown in a blth chair poor Knight was alwavs ai object of sympathy to residents ind visitors It is remarkable tha bough unable to eat he could al vays enjoy a smoke He xvas chant 40 years of age at his death London Mail GOOQOGG uGU w OGG a c 3 a All The Latest t cav FADS AND FANCIES c g i 8 rIN3 cC g A fASHIONAUE C MIlliNERY 6 coqao g i The ucNvest styles and C i L test creations from the st g tJe o pf0 0fg EMBROIDERIESa ORGANDIESe CAPS e gIg 8 Mrs Cleo Brown r1 rr 0gC OOooa O CMPNl Otv1IhI 1- MoNUMENts TARE MORE ENDURIN Il ESIGNS PRICS MONUMENTAL BRONZE CO BRIDGEPORT CONN Represented ROCKCASTLE BRONZE CO MT VERNOX KY fa nples of White Bronze Designs Lit erature Prices etc atJ Fishs store No countrmr23tf Q a I JJfS 4o 4I = 2 kt 8 4 O4t rl 5 r r fQ 2 2 OW I OOV tG I 00Ii y- Z 4 S I Oo oq I g IiIItkrtltro gI Q 4 J O en g c6 i Ct c 0IJ IiAJ v9 4s= fIJIr+ IZro H it cc I I 4Z = I WWs roL en sf ro 4 r g on J ffirt 44CV 1 1n fUI Z 0 j Ql1liIJ 1 o t rnIJ WktIr1ft H K Q c- W Q 4 s g W Z0 400Iip y- ccS rCr + Q 4 Yay oo O p rq 0 t IIJI r 0rt 4rn Mi0 r gs sro I c 0 evo QIJ4oJz caVzIMCm 1n c t 6 o 4 y MWBtHI 4oa= 4 fTi I 4zQ r Q tqItaC d Ji=trJ 0 = 41 I V ro z g 4 ro L 4roo C mr+ Q Q 4 4W OVHM 4tiI Z v IIq 41irrCI j CI ii1Iql1li 3Ht t= g Q i7I WZI 444as yr v Hot= Dreads Light and s Sweet r are made w- ithROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Antl fbwithouteven by persons with delicate t digestion you rGROWTH OF CHURCHES IN19o5 In the year 1902 the total num her of communicants was 31148 V 445 a net gain for that year of 519 165 This membership was dis t ibuted as follows Roman Catholics first with 10785496 net gain 162122 Methodist second with 6 429815 gain 101892 Baptist are third with 4974047 gain 72667 Lutherans fourth witn 1841346 gain 51580 Presbyterians fifth with 1723671 gain 26174 Disci pies of Christ sixth with 1235284 gain sevenAth witn 827127 gain 19203 Con greg t onalists eighth w th 687042 gain 13321 ReformedDutch ai d German ninth with 406022 gain 4021 The percentage of gain is inter estingfor the largest denominations are not except in the case of the- M thtdists enjoying the same rate of growth as some of the smaller ones Iu their percentage of increase they stand in this order 1 Lutheran 028 Episcopalians 023 Congregatioualists 019 Roman Catholics 017 Methodist 015 Presbyterians 015 Baptists 014 Reformed 008 Disciples of Christ 011 IThe large rate of increase of the denomination may be partly accounted for by immigra lion Methodists and Baptist are doing most forth negro of the South and are very strong in that section The Baptist growth in the North where they number 1076832 was J but 4 864bul the Methodist Ch arch North 02910779 ttrong hada growth of 62847 Christain Ad Locate CIUBING OFFERUntil further notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal for i 50 a year or the Signal and LouisvilJe Herald Daily for 2 00 Cash must accompany all orders under this arrangement For Sale My residence store and faun at Qua- Ky seven miles southwestof Brodhead Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries nd postoffice connected with daily mail There is a solendid two room tenement house on farm convemently located Farni consists of seventy five acres Fif teen acres in woodland and sixty acres in high state of cultivation all under fence My fannis one of the best improved m the county situated in a good neighbor hood within two hundred yards of saw rand grist mill one half mile of schoolhouse one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable cation for a doctor or any one wishing to engage in the mercantile business rJJi For terms address D E Proctor Mv D Feb 9 3t Quail Iid v I iJFOR18 feet front by 75 feet derei with 12 by 16 room building being a i part ofthe lot where J Fishs store is now located Possession can be given about September ist For further information call upon E S Albright Secretary Rockcastle Real Estate Company WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant managerman or woman for this territorySalary advancedWorkNo investment or experience required Spaie time valuable Write at once for full particulars andself addressedenvelope SUPERINTENDENT v l 132 Lake St Chicago TO OA ORS iiBeui the 11Igu111lE1 llttl llftl fdwrts WiM J i I TT or ii1ii T R9Jbll wTSAtrTH Little Happiness iu Possession Says John D Rockefeller Jt Dont make the mistake of be leiving that in the possession of things theie is happiness says John D Rockefeller Jr to his Bi ble class in the Fifth Avenue Bap tist Church Sunday There is no real permanent happiness in mere possession Take my word for it having wealth does not mean hav ing happiuess If you do not be lieve so you will live to find your self mistaken Mr Rockefeller laid great stress on his Take my word for it1 Al though he raised his voice out of een tone he always uses in his Biblical disquisitions he did not stem inclined to linger on the question of wealth and happiness He turned from the subject to the futher COHI lir itio i of the sin of coveting thy iieighborsgoo- llie other commandments he declared are direct injunctions against actual performances of wrong The tenth is a Command ment which bids us avoid oing wrong in our thought The thought is father to the deed and the man who thinks evil is just as blame worthy as the man who does evil Coveting is too common in this day There is not a men who does not covet something that his neigh hor has And how rife is the spirit of envy The country boy comes to the city wearing clothes that are considered very good apparel in his village but when he sees the cloth es of the city man he must have those instead of what he wears ar d he gets them by one way or lanotle er There is only one phase ofcov etousness that we may rightly pos sess that is the coveting of the spirit brotherliness and the good traits of our neighbor To takeaway from the man whose virtues we covet His store is not depleted The observance of the Tenth- Commandment is essential to the formation of character To be en vious aud covet and harbor evil in the mind is as blame worth as to do evil things in the written laws given be yond the Ten Coramandmems aris es one law that interests me and which I would like to touch on This law may be summed up iu the question Am I my brothers keeper If I dig a well and leave it uncovered and my neighbors ox falls into it I am responsible for his loss The law is as binding today as it ever was The moment we became a part of a civilized community we became amenable to this law Each of us is his broth ers keeper The man who real izes his responsibility for his broth ers life and moral course rea lizes a great rssponsibility If we obey all the written laws and do nothing else we are negatively good We must have a positive and agressivc goodness we must have the altruis tic or the Christy spirit which alone makes us good and helpful inl lifejMr Rockefeller ahn raised the ellM1t eIy were u their tim and ex pressed his abhor Jence of the jaw t oan eYe for 311eeI J3n jHobth for a tooth He asked I i opinions of the class on these questions Smith the Scotcrnvm held that the coming of Chris ahrogtt ed the old laws Other memb argued sio the possible fitne of laws for people under different con ditions that now exist It seems to me said MrRock feller that the laws for poly gilny and slavery demonstrate that legislation cannot go in advtnce of public opinion The people were then accustomed to polygamy and slavery and wider the conditions the laws given to them were that could be afforded If laws had been framed against these customs they would not have been obeyed and their existence might have brought iAho greater evils Mr Rockefeller fhen announced that he was going to take a vaca tion of three weeks from his class He urged the class itself not to take a vacation because its leader woliid beabsent saying that his abscence was or should be the oc cassion fthe members to stick by the Sunday morning hour of Biblical study The pastor and his assistant would teke turns in le ding Efforts to find out where Mr Rockefeller isgoiug for hb Bible class vacation were unsuccessful Many of the cjassmembers believe i that he will go to ifcnkewood virh Mrs Rockefeller and their infattl son to visit Johm D iiockefeller r =New York Times MOUSE POTER An ingenious Scotchman David Hutton a native of Dumjerliue de vised a plan by which mice can be made to earn their own living and yield a good income to their ownet He actually erected a small mill at Dumferline in 1820 in which mice supplied the power In an old pamphlet of the time called the Curiosity Coffee Room he gives an account of the wty the idea first came to himlIn the summer of 1812 he wrote 11 hd occasion to be in Perth and when inspecting the toys and trinkets that were manufactured by tie French prisoners in the depot there my attention was involuutarially attracted by a little toy house with a wheel in the gable of it that ws running rapidly around impellel by the gravity ofa common house mouse For one shilling I purely ed the house mouse and wheel Inclosing it in a hankerchief on my journey homeward I compelled to contemplate its favorite amuse ment But how to comply half ounce power which is the weight of a mouse to a useful purpose was the difficulty At length the manufacture of sewing thread seemed the most practicable Though Mr Hutton proved that an ordinary mouse would run at the rate of ioj miles a day he had ore mouse which run t le remarkable distance of 18 miles in that timcA half pennvs worth of oat mea 1was sufficient for food for 35 days during itsI time it run 362 miles He two mice constantly engaged in the making of sewing thread for more than a year This thread mill was so construct ed that the mouse was able to twist twine and reel from zoo to 120 threads a day Sundays not except ed To perform this task it had to to run JQ miles a day which it didwith perJect ease every other day On the half pennys worth ofI oatmeal vhich lasted for five weeks one of these little mice made 3340 threads 25 inches long and as a penny was paid to women for every hank made in the ordina ry way the mouse at that rate earned 18 cents evey six weeks Allowing for board and for ma chinery there was a clear yearly profit from each mouse of 150 It was Mr Huttons intention Jo apply for the loan of the Durnfei line Catheral which was empty where he planned to set up 10000 mouse mills and still leave room for the keepers and several hun dred of spectators but this wonder ful project was never carried out because of the inverntors sudden deathNew Y8rk Herald +YJ For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot possibly have cooilliealth unless the bowels are in proper condition Cor rect any constipation by giving small laxative doses ol Ayeri rills All vegetable sugarcoated C AyeI Co Lowen Man AJlado Also manufacturers of tlqershAIR I We have no secrets Wepubllib tho formua of all our medicines CAUGHT COLD WIIIK HTNTJNG BURGLAR Mr WmThos Lanognn pro vincial Constable at Chapleau On tario seys I caught a seveie cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamps last tall Reaming of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I tried it and aster using two small bottles I was comdletely cured This remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds It will loos en and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favorate wherever its sup erior excellence has become known For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist An electric line will likely lx built from Salt Lick to Owingsville Sharpshurg and Mt SterlinS Torrents of lava are still flowing ptifulI 7 IYcNT bN some conditions the I gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is j veryrapid For this reason we put up a size which is IIfifiycent an ordinary cold or useful as a trial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain Is slower healthcannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food medicineIIts a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free ample Scott Bowne 409415 Pearl St Chemists New York soc and 100 All druggists KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTION I50cFree Trial and Quickest Cure for all IISurest and LUNG TROUB MONEY DA- OLROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM 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 good orchard FARM No 41O acres near Bro head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Vill sell cheap FARM NO i80 acres near Prov dence good residence all udder fence ijo acres in cultivation plgnty timber to run farm and well watered In one countyPriceFARM NO S214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece arid a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain FARM NO iO ThreM tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 8 and 155 acres located on Glade For creek in Lincoln county Kv and about ii miles front Irab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee Lick road These lands are located near the resi donees of O eorge Mines and George 75 acres of this land is hot tom land anda good part of it is up laud but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 pnr acre One third cash the balance in one and two years A GAURANTKED CHRH FOR PILKS jtihing Blind Weeding Protrud rg Piles Druggists are authoriz d to refund mom e if PAZO OINT MKNTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days Cf1l TOGO TO ROJEY It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt ernon and have my eve te lie does it right When ttdI eedchmging he does it free of h rgeIHe also keeps sewing machine icedles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches andclocks when they dont run jun aotf TOGOI TO CORE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO Qur Mirpj Tablets All druggists refund he money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25ct t HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars ttownnl for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarh Cu- reFJCiisy Co Toledo O the undersigned have knowu F J Cherey for Ihe past lJ years believe him p rfeeIy honorable in all business trans actions and financially able to carry out an obligations inrde by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally uiting directly on the blood and mucous sur aces of the ystemu Testimonials sent frc drugIgistJacob Stair a noted somnambu list of Akron 0 hanged himselt while asleep He isjsaid to have discussed the horrors ot suicide with his wife the night before OASTOn3ABears Signature of 4The CZM7 the1iffrenceSTHrSIIjrtyIr J of SHOTGUNSIvourdca1ernl the If I IPt ofcataor 111Iethreecoin Itancer CorI J STEVENS ARMS P0rox4096 SUlllpSI Ike Busy Mans LI NEBETWEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AND SOUTHWEST IS VIA u Louisville Henderson St Louis R R HENDERSON ROUTE Pnltnan Slt epers- FreeReinimigChair Cars Special Roundtrip Hoiiieseekers Rates to fouthwest and west first and third Tuesdays in February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Tex as Mevico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1506 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Second class Colonist Rates to California and Northwest Tickets ou sale daily February ifjth to April 7th 1906 ASK US FOR KATES J H GALLAGHER Tray P A L J IRWIN Gen P A u TO CONS WIPTIVES The iimliMMirnel avinsi lieen restored to health by sinnih means after guttering for several ve rs with a evere lung affection and that ilsad disease COXSUMITIOX is anxious to make known to hh fellow suller ers the nieiuis f cure To those who desire it he willl hellfulhselH1 free of clar e a of lItH prescripiion used which they will find a sure rure for VysoMiTiox ASTHMA CATt unIt liI0NCI1 Ills and all throat and Iun MAIADIRS He hopes all suflerers willn lao remedy as it is inval nable hose desiring preseription which will cost them iiotliini and may trove s blessing wit please address KEV EOWAKV A WUON Brooklyn Xew York NlY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED WITH tAUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and SouthwestHOtA- ESEEKERS Of For Information uwI Rates AddrraII H C KINOCP 4 TA 111 E Main St Lexinoa Ky W A OARRoETr Ueeerel Man4u We RlNEASON O P A CinduatJ o J t OLD HICKORY CHI PS The United States Supreme Court is in w wondering whether it will bo alipwprl u diuvv thp sal ary of the Interstate Com mnerci Commission as well as render its decisionsSo as heirtl from Zion is get ting out no extradition papers to compel the return of Father Dow e That Boston jury which indicted Secretary Pioctur was merely timating to Senator Lodge whn they would do to hint if they could ever get hold of him Billy MSPOII ass he thank God he is no longer a Senator And the reerentl Amen from t lit Senate made it sound like a Meth dist pray erineet mug The new king of Norway has ont advantage The oldest inhab itant cannot recall how much bet ter things were under his prede cessorMr Depew having hut littie left but his Senatorial s ilary has been oblige to retire to private life and work for a living When John Sharp Williams rove to speak at the Gridiron dinner tle other night be said that at last tie had the advantage of being able to talk where Senator Cannon had to listen whether he wanted to or not The government proposes to investigate the Cement Trust Commissioner Garfield is deter mi jed to find some place where be car make his allegations stick A delated magazine is now dh presidentIialbeen much more timely if it had come before Mr Bryan had twice proved himself presidential im possibilityIt question whether the Hot Springs of Arkansas wil prove such au attraction after they have been Comstocked and Park hursted It is a question whether it was his friends or his enemies who de clared that Charley Towne had got ten a haircut to prevent his being mistaken for John Wesley Gaines Representative Raineys address the other day on the need of the tariff revision probably sent cold chills down the spines of some of the standpat members who realize that it is only a question of a little time before rate legislation will be cut out of the way and can no longer stand as a barrier between them and a square look at the Dingley schedules The need of tariff revision has been recognized by the President ever since h2 has been in office but like a great many other public men realized that protection in certain quanities was a good thing and that it might be allowed to do its work a while longer till the more urgent question of rate legislation was put out of the way The tariff has contributed nnqnes tionably toward the prosperity of this country but the time has come vhen in many lines it is no longer necessary and when it has become an unjust burden on the people Still it is not so serious a quest irr as the rate qjestion and it can afford to stand aside till that issue is out of the way But at the next session of the Congress it will hat e to be seriously Isideredand mem hers from the protectionist dlHrictsIrealize that as well as proposal to have the VtYS and leans Commit te sit dnriiy tIe ummer to take tariff tettinvm m admission that revision is sure 0 come and a lepar t 0 to me t with as many argun ents in hand is posMble But the mere tc ha prjpawt o i i being made for Jtisi hiipeful sin nd tiose peo pie who know that tl ey sre ag 9rieved by the pre cut imposition of ratny schednes ci prepare to present theij cases l1 the commit tee It only remains to the rev sionists to have their facts straight to insure the righting of the grlev ance just at surely as the grievance lof the railroad shippers will he righted when the new rate bill goes into effect Now is n ne f6 early to begin to compile argument for the consideration of the Ways and leans Committee And the more facts with they can be co ifronted the more certain is revliou to come and come right A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS ih Mrs Alexander of Cry Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowels in perfect jpfder Youll agree with her if you try 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belonging consisting ot two good work and brood mires two nice earling fillies tll1Ilchcows and several hogs hay corn etc This is the property of D Cummins and cm he bought at a bargain For further information call upon D Cummins or E S Albright CASIJIOnBears the cCl y