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Published Every Friday nttn rIW 1ttr tnntl IrvLuiEXIxOd H MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KYM FRIDAY APRIL 20 19060 0 NUMBER 29 U s i w r l r rI n r Ir lr r I Irr rI r Yr r JI B IOUDid you getaK K Suit last week Quite a number of Rockcastles best dressers did trace ann Style There is grace and style and distinguished appearance in all our kiK Ie Suitsrrhe con cave shoulder Lnd close fitting collar are important features in K K Suits Fine Tailoring Cut properly sewed properly invade properly That describ e K 17al ty 1K K Kount S itsuK Ksuits are stylish tpppy looking suits allQlappearworn out Some ftinny Th ings There are a lot of funny things in this w rld including some merchants who try to prdve to you that you can save money by buying cheap trashyssweatshop clothing from them After you have bought a K K Suits the talk of those merchants will be about as welcome as a boilon yuur neck New Styles and New Designs We Lace the new double breast square corner sack the singlebreast square corner sack the military cut and the ie niiar round cornered business suits 6751iJ50 8850 S9OO 10 259and 85 GO Hr 1ti No Deviation Here t Strictly one price tcf all and that price as low as is pOSe ible to sell first class uptodate merchandise Did We ForgetI LiBrosDODULASfine 250 300 and 350 Shoes for Ladies There is so much to be said for these lines that we cant comesaand let us slow you t J r v IJ I i w t U J J J I r t JuJge Williams on Good Roads 0 Covington Ky April 14 196 Editor Mt Vernon Signal We see that you have thrown the columns of your paper open to the discussion of the question of good roads for Rockcastle County Our conception of the object of newspaper work is to publish the current events and at the same time to espouse defend and fight for internal improvements We are glad therefore to see the papa taking hold of and fighting for this most worthy cause It is the mot vital question that the citizens of Rockcastle have to contendwith and yet it is the easiest ofsolution It is the most important because it affects every citizen rich or poor and regardless of his occupation beIcauseraise tLe money Rockcastle cant never prosper as she should until she has better roads and the bet ter roadsthe more the citizens will the properIbut spiritually ere are with you In a mental sense we are yet a resiI dent of Rockcastle and are now inI your midst because there is not a hill top a valley a bypath or aI single murmuring streamlet but what we can now see in our minds eye We still have great interestIin the success of the Rockcastle The great bulk of them mean well they want what is right and proper and they want to suc ceed However they need and should have the active assistance of your paper in the waging of this question and in settling it sue cessfully We suggest that this paper send out to the various sec tions of Rockcastle County petiI tions asking for a special electionI on the bond question Have an election ordered and isee that the question is properly PIballot If it is dtf force another vote on it next year and so on until it is carried becausei it is right and will umpb Howeverregardless of the bond issue for the purpose of bnild ing good roads the Fiscal Court which has charge of the roads of the County under the present law ought to make a decided improve ment in some particular road etch fyearfIper as we conceive it to urge upon the Court and each individual member of it to take some action toward tie building of your road and if there be any member who s opposed to it get his reasons answer them in jthe columns of your paper and let the people of the County know how their repre sentatives stand and how they wi vJte on such dui npDrtant goes ion We are yet a tax payer in Rockcas tIc Co and we would be glad to pay any taxes leviedupon what lit tle property we have in your Counts to pay in settlement of any County bonds for the purpose of building up the County roads We hope the citizens will take up this question active press it and keep on pressing it u itil it is fit Illy 11 d properly settled Very truly ours- IZICHtRD G WILLIAMS GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT Some weeks ago dtirrr the si sere winder weather both my wife myselfcutrtrartedreere colds which speedily developed into the t worst kind of la grippe with alt its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleston of Maple Landiog Iowa Knees and Points aching muscles sore head stopped up eves and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever We be gan using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlains Stem ace and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knock ed out the Grip Lold by Chas C Davis the leading druggist IAs the result of a wreck on the L N near Verona Station En gineer John Grady of Louisville was killed and Fireman Dunna way of Covington seriously inju r ed Spreading of the rails is said to be the cause of the accident Thomas Leisure was drowned i n Rough river near Hartford He was attempting to cross the stream reIr tai I i THE PUBLIC SCHOOL THE ONLY SECURITY FOR THE FUTURE At the Fourth meeting ol the Conference for Education in the South heldat Winston Salem North Carolina in 1901 the follow ing resolutions were adopted The Conference for Education in the South reaffirms its convic tioutbat the overshadowing and supreme public need of our time as we pass the threshold of the new century is the education of the children of all the people We de elate such education to be the fore most task of our statesmanship and the most worthy object of Philan thropy With the expansion of cur population and growth of in dustry and economic resources we recognize in a fitting and universal education and training for the home for the farm and for the workshop and for the exercise of the duties of citizenship the only salvation of our American stand ards of family and social life and the only hope for the perpetuity of our instutions founded by our forefathers on the four cornerstones of intelligence virtue economy effici ency and capacitv for potical self control We recognize the value ofefforts hitherto made to solve our educational problems both as re spects the methods to be used and also as regards the sheer quantity of the work to be done Bnt we also find in the facts as represented at the session of this Conference the imperative need of renewed efforts on a larger scale and we also find in the improved financial outlook of the country and in the advanced state of public opinion better hopes than ever before of a large response to this greater need As the first great need of our people is adequate elementary instruction and as this instruction must come to 1I10th1ershomes and primary schools We desire to emphasize eotlxobeliefin the wisdom of making the most lib eral investment possible in the ed ucation of girls and women This Conference will meet in Lexington May 2 3 and 4 1906 BEE LICK o On Saturday April I4th the doorio ed for its victor her aged compan ion The deceased was seventy years The remains were laid to rest Sunday in the Thompson ceme tery David AHams and family of near Quail visited RG Taylo rs Satuiday and Sunday Morris Taylor Melvin OwensgEIbert Eld theIbrick building George Taylor and daughter visited his sister near Level Green Monday A poem by Mr McCurdv brought 31 cents the other day The Mutual policv would hardly bid m re than that for Mr McCurdy himself The Gibralter of Rocl castle County Financial InstitutionsI CITIZeNS BliNK I I OP BRODHEAD KY I Offers to the people a safe and conservative Banking System OF Individual Firms and Solid led Give us your business and we a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on all of 100 or more when left the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months JJ K 0 IBHiltonoflMr and Mrs Pine Hill are visiting parents here 0 C Wilmott has returned to Knoxville where he holds a very lucrative position with the L N =Jas Hutcheson postmaster at Owenton Kyt spent Easter Sunday with his son J W Hutcheson A C McClarv is now assstant cashier oi the Citizens Baak W G Smith having accepted a similar position with the Peoples Bank at Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs M B Salin of New Hope spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Hutchesou Five cases of smallpox reported at Gum SulphurCatty Fiith is now smiling behind the counters at J Thos Cherrys N E Testerman has one of the nicest and neatest grocery stores we have ever seen He keeps the best and freshest of all kinds of groceries Mrs J M Clark is on the sick list Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quick 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 cured of rheumatism by the use of this liniment For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist In the Circuit Court in Frankfort Judge Stout sustained a demurrer to the petition in the injunction sued ontohy Capt Cochran of Maysville against Gov Beckham to compel him to certify claims of the Taylor militia on duty at the State House during the Taylor Goebel contest DEYILS ISLAND TORTURE is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Thhn I was advised to apply Buck tens Arnica Salve and less than a box parmanently cured me writes L S Napiersof Rugles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 250 at All Druggists Z 7 Jr 1887 ACCOUNTS guarantee deposits J W HUTCHESON Casher I ro OTTAWA Mr Dock Owens of Paris visited his daughter Mrs Lizzie Cash workIweek Misses Maude Cash and Annie Brown spent Sunray with Misses Iva and Myrtle Brown Rev Gooch will his regular appointment at Union Rdge next and Mr and atItenbelmJohnson who has been sick for some tune is improving slowly Uncle Albert Albright is stilt able to go about Mesdames Wranse Brown John Sowder George Farris and Miss Alice Sowder were the guests of Mrs Joe Cash Saturday Charlie Brown visited friends at krueger last Saturday John Broughton will move his saw mill near Bee Lick ntxt week Airs Steve Proctor and Misses Ethel Proctor and Maude Cash called on Mrs Mary J Brown Monday eve ning Willie Farlor who spent a few days in Lexington came home last Sunday Any cue who wants to enrich his vodabulary should buy a ticket Zion City on the day of the stopping of the First Appostle and Vo liva et al- It singular that Dovvie should have supposed the reform wave w as going to miss Zion RHEUMATISM MAKES LIFE Mis KRABLE A happy home is the most valu able possession tint is in the reach of mankind but you cannot enjoy its comforts If you are suffering from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you he relieved from this rheumatic pains also by BalniPOne application you and its continued for a short tithe will bing about a permanent cure For sale by Chas C Davis eading druggist y S1fIEL R4Nn v1SWiLL SHIELD HD EARS WiLL CLOTHING lens Youths arid Boys Suits The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more PoP1 ular Prices None Genuine without the Label on tIle Collar oFor sales Y7 Ja FISH OH i J Mt Vernon KY a r NuKN a rM lli1li jJ EstaBlished Corporations in fill for was can use BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Miss Jordans music pupils gave- a successful program Friday night Mrs Langdon through whose generosity the dormitory was built will visit us soon A friend of Dr McDonalds from Danville will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian church a week from Sunday The closing exercises in June will consist of an afternoon with the primary under the directionof Miss Demorest an evening exer InIIS THE MOON INHABITED Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which 1 wakes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human be ings who have a hard enaugh time Ihereon this earthof ours especial ly those who dant know that Elec fife Bitters cure Headache Bilious ness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak per sons and especiaLy for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully gu rantead by All Druggist Price only Soc Secretary Taft must have been exhibited as the Fat man in Book er Washingtons grand Tuskegee Circus W A CARSON Painter a Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of ROOMI ETC Let us make YOU an estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed t l MT VERNON SIGNAL R YAprjl 20 lOOtt Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR LN Advertising rates made known 01 application FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce jUDGB JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer County as a candidate to rep resent the Eighth Congressional District in Congress to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party TILE good rends movement cat not lie too heartily endorsed affecting as il dries the welfare of the- bnsines min the farmer and tin citizen who takes pride in his city coiint and stne Nothing is sc disenlIr holehand humps which is contemplated by the people who have to use it suchwith t higyway wearing on equipment on livestock but to the patience and mental equanimity of the man who has to use it as well And worse still such roads rough and torn reflect on the county and throw travel to other sections Had roads do more to harm a COlIn ty than any other thing and are generally advertised to the everlast ing harm of that section through which they lead It is hardly nec essary to point out the necessity for good roads The man who uses them most needs no argument to convince him of the crying need for improvement inteligent systematic perpetual improve ment Experience has demonstrat ed that good roads increase the value of real estate and while that is one of the many benefits that would accrue contemplate for a moment the time saved by the farmer in marketing his produce and the lessenedstrain on his animals and wagons With better roads the average homeseeker j would say Ve are going to Rockcastle county because their fine roads have transformed that section intopne of the most desir able parts of the state THERE are people in Rockcastle who consult the catalogue of Sears Roebuck Co much oftener than they do their Bible and make it a rule neverto spend a cent at home if they can find it priced in the cat alogue ol some mail order house Some of these ame people are de pendent upon public patronage for the daily transaction of their business How card they hope to get it if they run away to some other town when they have a dime to spend Ve are for home and home business and enterprises and have very little patience with the fellow who does not look at his town and county from the same view point t IN thesexiays of strife between two great political parties we must remember that after all we are just a band of brothers here on earth traveling from the cradle to the grave Ve live side by side our children attend the same school and after the smoke of battle has clear ed away we will still be friends and neighbors Let the bitter things go unsaid At best life is short and we get out of it a full measure of sorrow set us in our little city live as one big good nalured family MR ROCKEFELLER says that money does not bring happiness and promptly starts out to embitter the future of John D III with a check for several millions j POLITICS AND POLITICIANS I Gov Patti on of Ohio continue to improveslowly Nine European steamers arrived in New York bringing 11839 iui urirrauts s f t Republ icans will hold a commit 4ee meeting in Louisville Friday to decide on some method of proced orei testing the validity of the lastrcGeneral Assembly According to advices received in Tokio 109 persons were killed and twentynine injured jn the earib uake in the Southern part of 1sJaudof hormosaLater deathToll ortsare xectei4 tarsW6ll theI t Z j f r tRepublican Congressmen Washington are ej jeedinglv int tiousabout expressniK their views on the Presidents speech of last Saturday in which he discussed briefly the propriety ot a graduated inheritance and property transfer tax President Roosevelt has decided to appoint Chas B Aycock for mer Governor of North Carolina md Van Leer Polk of Tennessee Members of the delegation lions he United States to the Pat Vmericau Congress which is to meet in July at Rio Janeiro Senator Tilman said he expedeu to make some remarks in the Sen rte on his resolution introduced ome time ago directing the Coi- nnitten Privileges and Elections o make an investigation of the charge that national banks contri Muted to the Republican campaign hinds in 1896 The committee nve the Senator a hearing on this matter some Time ago but 11a4 tirade no report on the subject ADT011NNG COUTXIES Announcement was made last by J Allen of Cincinati that the iiiilding of the Danville and Scott ville railroad a distance of too miles is a certainty says the Couri r Journal The announcement was also made that the work of urveying would begin next week The cost of the road is estimated U 2500000 and it will run in a southwesterly direction from Dai yule to Scottsville the county seat of Allen county Estill county Kentucky will have to pay the bonds issued to eid the building of the Richmond Nicholasville Irvine and Beatty vine Railroad There were 100 000 of these bonds put out by the county the officials of which subsequently refused to do anything toward the payment of interest or principal The Federal Court of Kentucky decided in favor of the 11 520 claim of Tarlton Embry and issued a writ of mandamous against the Estill county officials re quiring them to levy andcollect the tax to pay the bonds This decree has been affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals and no other course is left open to the county officials Pulaski county paid into the State treasury in 1905 23933 38 and drew out 53 9906 the suns 29465 68 going to her pauper account in the State Whitley county coming next in the list The hearing of the election contest case ot Langdon vs Borden for the county clerkship begun Monday and the juries were dismissed for the week The court held after able arguments on both sides were heard that there was sufficient fraud in evidence to require a con tinuation of the case and to examine the evidence to be deduced from the ballot boxes Two com missipners on each side were selected by the attorneys and ap pointed by the court to canvass the vote meantime the court will examine the hundreds of pages of written testimony A decision will probably be reached during the weekSomerset Journ- alLIVINixST0 Miss Sallie Vowels of Louisville spent Easter with her sister Mrs J W Caswell Mesdames L H Davis and J A McRoberts are in Louisvile this week shopping Mr and Mrs Roy Mullins and daughter Dema are visiting the family of W F TubbsMissloua- ria Whitehead of Mt Vernon spent Easter with her brother and wife Mr and Mrs Bert White headMr and Mrs Jack Smith have returned to their home at Cor bin after an extended visit here Miss Myrtle Chewuing was called to Lebanon Junction to see her sis ter Mrs Reigle who is quite sick Mrs Harry Jenkins is spending a few days in Lebanon Junction with friends this weekMiss Co ra Adams returned Saturday from a pleasant visit to friends and atives in Mt Vernon Miss Mar1 garette Fish one of Mt Vernons fairest maidens spent Easter with Miss Cora Adams She returned home Tuesday much to the regret of some our young menDr W J Childress was in London first of the week on busiuessMr John Johnson spent Easter with home folks at Lancaster Mr Walter Rivers has accepted a position with Baker Whitehead and moved his tamily here from East Bern stadtMr Ross Bastin was here this week and put in sevaral new N L phones We hope this will be a n improvement our system mid render us better service Living iron is coining to the front main them is nothing to present it from beijg as good if not better j than it ever wasV M Maker a ds are spending it Jtv days with flic aridly of Mr and Mrs j W kerMr W J Sparks was BI town Tuesday between trains Mrs J W Caswell leaves todoI for art extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Vowel If Louisville Mrs Roy Miilhns mid hal Mnrgarette TSparks daughter of Mr and Mrs R A Sparks arc quite sick this eekiiss Kina Hightower returned to her home at Coal Creek Tenn after a plu ant visit with her sister Mrs Frank Longtime Willie Mullins Jr of Corhin was at home for a few djs this weekMrs Arthur Bonnie is visiting in Park wHe this week Mr and Mrs R L MrFerron of Ml Vernon and Miss Georgia McFerrou spent a very pleasant Easter with their parents Mr and Mrs A H McFerron Casper Adams was in Mt Vernon this week on business Master Omer Chestnut is spending the week with iris aunt Mrs Joe Wood of Wildie Mrs R R Harris of Beret re tuned home Sunday after spend trig a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs James McGuire Miss Millie Henry of Louisville arrived Saturday for an extended visit with her sister Mrs Robert IemmonsMr W H Lewis Land N foreman has moved his family here from Lebanon Junction Mr W 11 Stanley of Brodhead was here vesterdiy on buiness Miss Inez Bowers of Parksville was the guest of Mesd mes J H Bowers and Arthur Bowers this weekMr Sam Ward Jr of Louisville spent Easter uith his par ents Mr and Mrs Sam yard Sr Messrs Sam Magee Wade Per kins and Carson of Crab Orchard arc here this week on a fishing tour Mr Fred Neighbo L N dis patcher is in Louisville for a few das NEWS 1TE31S Four men have been arrested at Springfield Mo charged with be ing leaders in the mob that broke into the county jail last Saturday night aud lynched three negroes The arrival of the mahtia has had the effect of calming the popular excitement A special grand will be convened to investigateI the lynching An Assistant Attur General sent by Gov Folk will aid the Springfield officials in the prosecutionSeveral hundred linemen in the employ of the Sj uhern B Telephone and Telegraph Company art out on a strike in the State of Vir ginia West Virginia North Caro hind South Carolina Georgia Florida and Alabama Mount Vesuvius the fainsus old volcano near Naples Italy has for some lime been in a state of erup tion Thousands have been killed towns and villages have been des troyed and whole regions Inid waste Much distress has been caused and in various places funds for the relief of these people are being raised It is announced in Chicago that all negotiations for arbitration between Dowie and the Zionists have been broken offand that Dowie will take the case to the courts for settlement subcommittee of the anthracite coalcarrying railroads and mine operators at a meeting in New York Monday drew up a reply to John Mitchels amended proposition of arbitration They say there is nothing to arbitrate except the question of arbitration and that they have nothing further to offer The State Board of Equal za tion Monday raised the aseisment in eight counties and accepted the work of local Assessors and Boards in the other ten counties corn posirg the First Appellate district Earthquake shocks followed by fire at San Francisco Wednesday caused one of the greatest disasters in the history of the United States The loss of life is estimated any where from 200 to iooo and probably a thousand people have sus tamed injuries Thousands of people are left homeless arid many of them are in the parks and pub lie squares The water supply being cut off by the earthquake shocks left the fire department helpless and the flames are spread ing in ever direction with the fear ful possibility that the entire city will be destroyed There has been heavy loss of life in the outlying 4jC districts Santa Rosa iu jcJOftt4 to have been partly destroyed anti heavy damage has been dune to the building of the Leland Stanford University at Polo Alto The rules governing labor orgar iz tiosis and especially those identified with central organizations received a blow in Chicago Wednes day when Judge Julian W Mack in the Cook countv Circuit Court in a decision declaring that the sympathetic strike is a form ot boj cott and that the bovcott is illegal Tm1lE OLD iEL r 5lE i raj g7 W m L tZ J iI1rEt fIE 1 fl7pfff J iQii 9fib Ai SOLUYELY U E IThe gfi0afest of d w1l1ti helps 005d3Ssed irs the best fam i EveROYAI A 9PQ Want beard beautiful yIcountry However without = f AT COST PD lESS ofIAmerican I adics and American Gentlemen Shoes which we sell witha guarantee batked by the Hamilton Brown Shoe Co of St Louis If youuwant a Shoe for Style and dont forget oscall COSTTc mean Smghterlofsari and convinced already hnnod Peas Tomatoes Dross Goods and yard at mm i POI further prices call at and we will you to money F Take romp Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes months This Signature k r f i S I 0 I rfivliiidiIIF 1 Ole Bargains inks step into 1gsfl re General Merchandise I I We now losingout inter stock Mens Overcoats and Suits and Ladies and Childf I dietts Cloaks at Cost order to have our E Spring Stock theseebargains a myth but a reality A O MiTTI ATT1 KY WiJ I 1r AoX7gp 0Cv ry g GRANVLLES f J r UNDERTAKER IBrodheadKyil t COMPLETE v Cv The YELLOW Front OLD RELIABLE REST DRUGSTORE THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come fair treatmen- tS DAVIS Propr PHONE No ss yelIl i1 S your moustache or a brown or ricii black Use t d tTO UM Hit For Lzfan ts and Children Bears Signature ofCl8fbdu infuriated Norwegian living in Iowa has denaturalized himself the reason ashe claims that is no longer a he still have the privilege of pay ing taxes com plaining about taxation representation v J m wear on us lj he if you are not 8 13 cts Polks Best per can 10 cts All Htnvy Ho Of cts per now 40 cts our store soon show how save YOURS Laxative sold in past 12 Ii IT IS 0111 il 131 are onr AY of in room for are not Fil DZ I =d7 K L 2 ffir ff An for we LINE Collins Caskets and Robes r All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled I vJ THE IN No foi for O this free will and Sugarcoated easy to takej mild in action They cure I constipation biliousness j sickheadache i 1rCi1 Bile Un CHYbZ r st t im cnOF i yd uu HUMAN BLOOD MARKS- A tale oC horror was told by m at ks of human blood tu the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Kk He writes Twenty years ago I hud severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was l near death when i begin taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have remained well ever since It cUres Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Golds and Bronchitis aud- is the only cure for Wetk Lungs Every bottle guarantee J by Drug ists soc androo T AlIj bottle free IIBcan FKRUEGERSONSTo I i Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 25c t IK tltlfltii11i111t11111lRlRtitCWilEis PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER =AN- DFUNERAL DIRECT- ORMt =Vernon Ky 3 2EticeEdonc Fine Hearse attached SE ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled EPhone No 6- 3Ywnrw 2 ttUUiiUiUUUUUUUiUUUUUUtUiUUUUUUUUlUUUUUiU McKENZIEI COME COME- r youICLOTHING fW allIc carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours veryv truly Phone No 83 JONAS ft cKFftfTair iS JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING H No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women dike Remember we pay 8 per cent inrost on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked v f upon for a period of six months or more ffvV OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FUKNISH Asst Cash Av Fire Proof OILy- ouIf are looking for YOUR MONEYS WORTH Take your oil can to your Deal er and insist on having it Filled with FIREPROOF COAL OIL 7 Fire Proof Qif j r I t Iii 01L d= VERNON SIGNAL jMr RNON KY APRIl 2 19U6 79 Call jp No 70 vliei yuu nnt to Cuniuil1ni cute wRit SIGNAL 79 JJL = I c4v1HLOUISVLIE R R cj TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pnh 24 north 332 a n 20 south 124 p IP 21 South 1236 a m t i l AS LANDKUM Agent Phone No 58 0 Kutoreil at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoflict as secondclass maul mutt- erPERSONAL Miw iUuqttL ite is visiting relatives Herr Judge L V Rethnrmn was in Louisville Wednesday Mrs Georgia Jones is visiting her daughter Mrs LW Bethu rumCo1V Miller is lure this week looking after his farm and orchardMrs Fannie Thompson visited tier mother Mrs W M Poynter this week Mrs E 13 Hanzel came Saturday night to be with her mother Mrs Colyer Cecil Williams of Somerset f spent Friday until Wednesday with relatives here Supt G M Ballard is at Berea attending the Educational Confer 1ence in session there Atty C C Williams left Wednesday for the opening of the new town Chouteau 1 T John Fish train dispatcher Blue Ridge Ga was a passenger on Wednesday afternoons train Mrs S C Davis was able to go on the streets Sunday for the first time in several months as the re suit of a fall- Cashier J W Hutcheson of the Citizens Bank spent most of the week here assisting in getting the new bank started Atty and Mrs B J Bethurum spent this week in Mt Vernonn They will return to Som the next few days Elza Woodall an old Rockcastle boy who has been telegraphing at Phelps M ich for several years is now located at WiHiamsAriona Tom French and his beautiful daujhter Miss Bessie came over Wednesday to witness the marriage of Mr Henry Catron ant Mrs Forbes- E T Vheeler and C C Miller the handle men were in Louisville a few days since making future plans for the operation of their mills W G Smith is assisting in the Peoples Bank He will probably remain here nntil about Tuue rst when he will go to Green county to take charge of a bank Eugene Mullins writes us from t Durango Colo that his health is very much better and that he has a position with a big mercantilecom pany which pays him 60 per month Jim and Roscoe Colyer JJohn Mary Catron all of were called here Mon on account of the serious illness of their mother Mrs P D Colyer She is no better today W 11 Bullock one oi the most trusted and faithful representatives I of the E R Spottswood dons Lumber Co with headquartf at Lime Creek was a pleasant caller at this office a few days ago Mr Bullock has been with the com pany two years- I N Grabeel general manager for E R Spottswood Sons for this section was here Saturday and left his subscription for the SIGNAL Mr Grabeel bought the first bill of lumber ever bought by Spottswood Sons in this county eight years ago bnt since then he has paid out something like 50 000 =LOCAL Do yon want good roads If so your neighbors and friends would like to have an expression from y uFOR SALEOne 20 horsepower skid boiler one 20 horse power center crank engine saw grist band mill line shafts and resaws All in good repairV NICELY apri34t Hansford Ky h Patronize home institutions A tennis club is being oJgan zed It is about time for the BodheadI Fair people to dates The farmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather by put ting in full time The L N will sell tickets to Richmond June 18 and 19 for 134 round trip accouu oJ the General Association of Kentucky Baptist There have been a few cases of smallpox at Brodhead but it wasInu more than a lIght case of enpox All the afflicted are about well The L Nwill sell tickets to New Orleans for 14 45 round trip April 23rd to lath account of the United Confederate Veterans Re unlOnR L McFerron lies his saw mill going early and late trying to fill his large orders for the L N W B Whitehead is doing some ol the sawing for him n LGGSHighest class Black Minorcas Plymouth Rocks at 500 per setting of 15 eggs Mrs A T Fish mch23 6t Wildie Ky From whttt we have been able to learn the bridge at Oilaudo will be n sure go The citizens are willing to do their part and the Fiscal Court is ready to make the allow onceand therefore it seems that there should be no hinderance The Rev Percival D MoCullutn of Lexington has been called as pastor for the Christian church for wo Sundays He will preach on hr Second and Fourth Sundays in each month His subjects for next Sunday will be the Thrte Tribunals in the morning and The Gospel at evening This is just the right sized town o settle down in and enjoy life Every thing for the comfort of lift can be bought here and 10 will go is far ao 25 will in larger cities When you wart to leave the farm ome to our town and build a nice comfortable home and be among the best people in the world J Fish hopes to be able to move into his temporary building on Church street today but if not to day will move first of next week Tearing down the old building and excavating for the new one will be gin the first of next month Mr Fist has decided to use the con crete blocks which will be the first building of the kind erected in the county If perchance a copy of this pa per should fall into the hands of any who are in search of a new location a place where church school and social advantages are given emphasis and where you can live out your allotted number of years without fear of pestilence or famine we say like one of old mouse thou with us and we will do the good without emphasis on the lido The musical at the college last Friday night under the direction of Miss Jordon the music teachers was witnessed by a large crowd and much enjoyed Each and every one of the participants acquit ted themselves with much credit Misses Eva Fisha Maude Guthrie Bessie Sparks Bessie Mullins and Lela May Lovell deserve special mention The chorus by the Intermediate department was an in teresting feanture of the program The several solos sang by Miss Jordon were treats to time apprecia tive audience The quartet by Misses Jordon and Demorest and Messis Davis and Tate was good The enterainment of Saturday night demonstrates that Miss Jor don is an exc ellent teacher NEW BANKThe Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon which is a branch of the Citizens Bank of Brodhead opened for business Saturday under very favorable circumstances The following are the officers and direc tors H H Wood President W G Niceley First Vice President F L Thompson Second Vice President and M B Salin Cashier Directors H H Wood W G Niceley W J Sparks J W Rider F L Thompson Joe Dickerson- G T Johnson M J Miller L W Bethurum and M B Salin The Cashier is an Owen County man who has been in charge of the New Hope Bauk which was or ganized last year but resigned to accept the cashiers place here He is ahigh toned gentleman and a thorough business man eu 2r The L N offers a 7 go rate June loth to 20th and July 5th to lyth limit 15 days to Nishville and return account ofthe Pcabody Summer Schools We call attention to the adver tisement of W A Carson the Brodhead painter and paperhanger which appears elsewhere in this issue If you need work in this lne it is to your interest to see him before placeing yoir contract His work is second to noneiMiss Sadieand Master Ramie Richards entertained quite a nom ber of their little friends Saturday afternoon One of tIle most inter esting features was the egg hunt a prize being given to the one who found the largest number of the nineteen eggs which were hidden The prize was awarded to Everett Mulins Refreshments were sen edHon James L Hamilton of Lan caster democratic candidate ft r Congress addressed the citizens in the court house here Satnrdax night in the interest of his candid cy Mr Hamilton is making Li fight on the grounds that the weak should have recognition that is tint Garrard or Rockcastle or some of the weaker counties of the dis trict shculd be given a showing Mr Hamilton is known thr u hut the State as one of the great demo era tic wirepullers and to him more than anyone else is due the success of the party in Garrard Mr Hamiltons speech was well received and from the many favor ible expressions heard upon the streets one would be led to believe that he will have a strong following in the county- MARRIEDMr Henry Catron nd Mrs Lottie Forbes were mar Tied Wednesday morning at the home of Rev J C Carmical the Catronns the eldest daughter of11r and Mrs Alva Maiet and a very su perb woman To the people of Rockcastle 110 word of commen dation is necessary for Mr Catron who for many years was one ot the staunch progressive and prosper jus citizens of the county serving one term as Sheriff the duties of which office he fulfilled to the entire satisfaction of all To the people of Lincoln with whom Mr and Mrs Catron have cast their lot we heartily commend them and may their lives be one of end less happiness and prosperity THE TOWN BOARD The town board of trustees is again on a working basis and it is to he sincer ity hoped that they will keep the goodwork going There are a few things which have been the great harrier to success in the past and now that some of those objections an no longer exist and that the others can he prevented by proper and judicial management there is no reason why the corporation theIfirst place the one great howl in the last has been illegal boards be cause the boards were appointed andnot elected iThe present board is the selection of your own choice and no longer can the cry of an illegal board be the basis of compiaint for the kickers The second and greatest kick comes over the collection of taxes We do not find fault with any tax payer for objecting to paying taxes when his money is used in time same way that it used to be no account given of a dollar of money colle ted and no improvements to show for it But with the present board there is no reason and should be no fear of such a result because the marshal who collects this mon ey is under a good bond to cover every dollar of the money which will come into his hands The treasurer W L Richards is under bond for every dollar which will go into his hands and we might add that all taxes and fines Collected must be paid to him and then paid out by order of the board of trustees which order must be of record stating for what it was paid Then at the end of every quarter Ihe board will furnish a detailed state went showing every dollar collected amount spent and what for Now fellow citizens if the board of trustees will pursue the course as outlined we do not believe that there is a reputable citizen in the town who will not lend his support and to you Mr Kicker for hu inanity sake hold your peace until the board has a fair showing to do something and then if they dont do come around and we will help you kick yes help nick every member of the board clear out of town if you say so T n IG The L N offers a 276 fare round trip to Lexington Ky April 22nd and 23rd limited to may 2nd also April 24 h to May ibt inclusive limited to throe days after date ofsae account Lexington Spring raxTesy To THIS TAXIAVERsYol1arc hereby notified that your town tax remspect to to pay same when called upon T J Pennington ipr2Ot Marshal CiuniNG OKPKR Until further notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal fort 50 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 2 00 Cash must accompany all orders under this arrangement T J Pennington has been ap pointed town marshall For the marshall we want to urge upon the people the same as we have for the hoard stand by him assist and en courage him give him a lair show i 5g and when lie fails to do then is time to kick The newspaper is a law book for the indolent a sermon for the thoughtless a library for the pOD r and an admonisher for the lawless It may stimulate the most indiffer ent but it cannot be published without cost and sent free to the subscribers This is no joke It is only duty and justice to en courage your home paper extend to it the nourishment to which it is entitled Pay your subscriptions promptly and send a few extra copies to your relatives and friend at a distance They will appreciate the favor and so will we ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT J Fish Admr Etc P W Clark deceased Plaintiffs Vs r Notice Martilla Bowman Etc Deft Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of April 196 I will hold sittings at the office of the Sheriff of Rockcastle county Ky at Mt Vernon Ky to hear proof of claims against the estate of P W Clark deceased and all persons holding such cluras will present the same to me upon slid date properly provenG S GRIFFIN M c R c c Judging from the rate of postage which the Postoffice Department has seen cause to make uspay on our little Christmas number issued Dec 22 1905 it must have been dandy Instead or allowing it to go at the regular rate of one cent pcr pound on all papers out of the county and free for those in the county wt nave been co mpelled to pay a third class rate en the entire edition This may be a just ruling of the department but we are from Missouri and before we are satisfied we will have to be shown If this ruling is to hold good then the newspaper boys who want to do a little extra had Better buy an auto mobile and just take a few weeks off to make a housetohouse deliv cry it will belots the cheapest FREE TiUITo everyone who sends us twent five new cash sub scribers of 100 to the Mt Vernon Signal we will give a free trip to Mammoth cave Remember that the Mammoth cave is one of the great wonders of the world and a place which every Kentuckian shi uld visit This is no contest but absolutely free gift to everyone who sends a club of 25 subscri bers A little effort is all that isnecessary to get the trip The trip will take place some time in August Toe offer is confined to Rockcastle and adjoining couniies Those who ex pect to make up clubs should noti fy us as soon as possible It is not necessary that all twentyfive names be sent in at once but send them as you receive them and proper credit will he given iiUMME ARE MORE EMDUII G DE ESlGNS PIIGlS MONUMENTAL BRONZE co BRIDGEPORT CONN Represented ROCKCASTLE BRC NZE CO JIT VERNON KY Samples of White Bronze Designs Literature Prices etc atj Fishs store N cost to call up phone No loo front coup typoints to talk Bronze matters mr23tf q L r 6 t 1 t a i Then come to us and we will help yon hush it up i A ore than one mans wife is entitled to make a holler j I about her husbands extravagance in dress hut int BEST i y ON EARTII Tailoring we offer the remedy AVc are ready for Jury Trial and we want you for Goue of the jurors In the line of direct evidence we shall V son thing like ti 400 Styles of Spring and Summer Goods For Keens Wear J5 and we are confident these snappy all wool ft patterns at our prices will prove to you that we have ithe hest dress proposition of the day Every garment made to your own caretull taken i j measurements by LAMM COof Chicage and are J5- k fully guaranteed to please you in every detail of fit style P j 1 workmanship and wear p J BEST ON EARTH made to measure garments f show the soft touch of the city tailor they are strictly 1 uptonow and our prices are lower than other tailors J K ask for interior service The desire for stylish wellmadcclofches is com r your 2 stylish and save you money Ve are ready to talk it C over with you and show you that we know A r g Star Brand Shoes Always look for this star There are i many imitations but none genuine without this Star on the heel Q Are still in the lead and we are showing some very t snappy Spring styles for both ladies and gentlemen and tchildren too For ladies the s SATIN Oxford is the best to price 2 50 For gentlemen the Patriot Oxford is the best price 3ka Black and Tan Only A Few More DaysU- ntil we we move into OUt temporary huilding ontI Church Str eet You will be able to buy goods ACTUAL COST at our W h store until May 1st It will W be of interest to you t to come and see just what tj- r n- i we are doing for our customers g We are selling all our old ones adds adding c new customers to our list dveyt daY OldTimeginudcredit prices by selling everything At Prices To Suit The PeopleFor Cash i re l i r CASH STORE 1 1 Main Si Mt Vernon Ky 1C I NEW EXPLOSIVE r r Twenty Times as Deadly as Dyna mite Almost Kills Inventor While experimenting Monday night at his labratory in East Chester Prof Wurtenbcrgcr in ventor of a marvelous new explo sive said to be twenty times more powerful than dynamite was prob ably fatally injured by an explosion The unfortunate scientist was tak n to the Mt Vernon hospital here a corps of physicians are andimir is completely gone from his lead The physicians say if he survives he will probaly lose his ght The labratory on account of the laugerous experiments conducted here is located in a desolatae place n the salt meadows two miles from East Chester The inventor vas alone when the explosion oc urred and he raced up and down he room shrieking with pain for Billy an hour before medical ssist nce could be obtained- J I Creider Division Engineer f the New York Weschester and Boston Railway was the first per iou to reach the labratory and be lescribis the sufferings of the in ventor as being something dreadful to see He found him rushing about the building calling for aid vhile the burned skin was hanging n tatters from his arms His ears were nearly burned offwhile his clothes had been taken off to the waist by the force of the explosion- Mr Creider ran to the nearest elephone and called up Dr Van lenburg of Mt Vernon He also sot an ambulance and after con iderable delay the suffering man vas taken to the hospital where Drs Shipman and Sinnott worked over him to a late hour The pa ient was rational but was suffer rig such intense agony that he ould give no account of the acci lent Two monts ago the professor save a demonstration for the United States Government and the fficials of the New York Wes hester and Boston Railroad at the railroads excavations a short dis tance from his labritory with his nev exlosive At that time about 30 prominent United States chem ists attended the demonstration f lod decided it was a success It is said that the Government offi cials wanted Prof VVurtenburger to perfect his invention to be touched off by an electric spark in teal of a fuse and that if he could iccomplish this the Government would pay him one million dollars for the receipt for making the ex plo ive Prof VVurteuberger it is believ ed was working with the electric park when the accident occurred It has been learned that he had been closeted almost coustantly in his labritory since the visit of theIGovernment experts and from what he recently told intimate friends he thought he had discov ered a way of setting off the new explosive by means of the electric lk It is said that Eastern capitalis ts wiil build an electric railway from Corbin to Jellico Tern a part of plans being utilization of the Cum berland Falls for power q fife it- roO oao V gg WQ J iAIi The Lalesti iFDS 13 q aa AND FANCIES I IN3C s o v fASHfONAB LE 0 o n MilLINERY I tel g IgTh newest styles c ltestcrcitions from thelT East o 3 3 Ii t o r oHATS h oa8 E IBROIDERI 8 ORGANDIES SIct CAPS j hrs Cleo rowz9 u MT VERNON KY Lceeee r M r i IPT T J 3vBgppert Declares for Good Roads i un Editor Mt Vernon Signal You desire some short articles on the good road question Public Spiritjis more of this needed right at Mt Vernon than dsewhere in thecoun ty At the earliest convenience bury a few of the fossils that in vest our town and then a conven ient access to the county seat may be found You ask short articles It would tale about six columns to fully expres what I thihk I know about good roads but I am not dis posed to waste all mv sweetness on the deert air We wish to call attention to two points tint under the present law are the cause of greatest trouble in having good roads First That eternal principle of grift Something for nothing A large per cent of overseers have no county pride or public spirit the main idea with them is to gouge the county treasure some how or some way This i done in the hir log or using teams com Jromis ilr with road hands and in various tvays a little mite cult be filched fiom the county Second The excuses furnished by the doctors for disability Ui some way can be found to put a stop to this gross abuse of medical authority wecan never reach a good road system Some of our road divisions are almost completely paralyzed by medical excuses It is a common boast that there is use to work the road when you can get a demit from the doctors for 50 or 75 cents This acts as a two edged weapon on the road system Many able bodied men are excused by some eight by ten doctor Other road hinds are indignant at this injustice and refuse to work or do inefficert work The county authorities are alive to this gross abuse of medical privilege but seem powerless to prevent it We be malpracticefgrand jury and should be done as the only preventive True it is not malpractice on the individual pa tient but against the vital interest of society asa whole bodyct tiCtt f J S r For Thin PoorBioodYou tested 60 years Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doItbowels constipated For the best possible re suits you should take laxative doses of Ayers Pills while taking the Sarsaparilla tr Xado 7 C iyer Co Lowell aiuoAlso maauracturcre of 9 10lJeIIO We baejto secrets Wo publish the form ula cf ell our medicines 01ILYR ltRO AD SOOTHEQUIPPED WITH- AUTOMATIC 1 ELECTRIC- BLOCK SIGNALS QOEEN CRESCENT r LsIIU AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO fl IMPORTANT CITIESi South Southeast nrf Southwest HWESEEKEIV TICKEtS ULI- FlifT THUD 9f For Information and Rates Addretf H cKINO C P A T A lllE Main St Lexington Kjf A OARRETT General Matupf IIw RlNEA SON 0 P AV CidautiO 1111g fOtnillONttAtmTAU r ckUIiiiPJ cf mra Jt plIa L OLD HICKORY CHIP5 By our Associate E Htor Tom Johnson says the Senate i dead but yon couldnt make eillirr Mr Hale or Mr Tillmnn 1eliepi- it The Republican Congressional Committee expects to be ready m a few days to begin its task of explaining to the voters jnst what that letter of Mr Payne meant Congress says the government cannot direct insurance Of course lot If it did where would the campaign contributions come from Mr Benj Barnes of Novia S coI tia recently appointed Postmaster at Washington has heard so much about Nova Scotia lately that he must feel like telling some people to go to Halifax Strikes us that it is all a mis take to encourage those Filipino college students to learn to play football Think what an insurec tion of trained football players could pull off on that Philipine archipelagoA recently carried away from the City of Mexico 140000 f twentytwo performances which fIt football fraternity admits is the litrst lonohilown of the season Whats in a name Zinn platv of heavenly rest continues to lead ill the other boom settlements in the percapita of trouble The visible supply of coal will become less visible as time passes Uncle Joe Cannon is stiil standing pat but he seems to be a title dubious as to what he will catch on the next It dealIto seize the coal mines for the state and the public if the opera tors attempt any funny business in the present crisis Steve Elkton who says he objects to the Presidents rate regula ting plan because it does not go far enoughmay mean merely that he would like to see it go to JerichofA manila cable says the Fillpin oes are worried by a fear that they will be sold This will not dissipate the general impression that the nation which buys the Philip pines will be sold Mr Carnegie jvaricd his usual programme by kissing a number o pretty women at a library meetinj in Atlanta Still Iwe have beet led to look upon Mr Carnegie a different iron other Pittsbnrg mil lionaires This government is to send representative to the wedding King Alfonso just as evidence tha we bear no illwill for the way the Philippines were left on 01 hand CAUGHT COLD WHIK HTNTING BURGLAR Mr Wm Thos Lanognn pi vincial Constable at Chapleau Oi ario sBys I caught a seve old while hunting a burglar in tl HearingChamberlains tried it and aster using two sm bottles I was comdletely cured This remedy is intended especial or coughs and coldsoIt will loi en and relieve a severe cold in le time than by any other treatmei md is a favorate wherever its sup erior excellence has become knm For sale by Chs C Davis tl e eading lruggstS WANTED by Chicago wliolejta and mail order h nsc assistru nnnager man or woman for tho county and adjoining terrior Salary 20 and expenses pai wecklv expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanen No investment or experience n juircd Spaie time valtiabe Writ it once for full particulars and self jddressed envelope SUPERINTENDENT 132 Lake St Chicago Ill STEVENS I ItrereI InSistjon UIIp1e leautifthrcecotor ltancr wuded stallll- STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CihiCoesu PO UsA SSS If a Cow gavel Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk is Nal tures emulsion butter put in shape for digestion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but- ti has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 6Oc and SlOO All druggists I1 KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT TEBNON 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 beiug unable to properly look after same because of health The entire farm is under ence 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 41W acres near Brod headwell fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A reat bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land between Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timl ered two houses and well watered Will NO 8214acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain FARMiOThre tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on Glade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Hoe Lick road These lands am located near iliu rosi rtonees of iVorge linns and fleorge Oooch About 75 acres of this htiitls lInt torn land and a good part of it is up land but level and is good lan A bargain at S3 pnracre fmmingI third cash the balance in one years A GAURAI TEED CuRE FOR PILhS Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are uthoriz ed to refund money if PAZO OINT MENTailx to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c TuGO TO KO Y It is thi way Vh ItrpeetacV go In Frsti1la at ii erii n and have my e eo test d me e does it right When thtyIteed hinging le does it ha rgeSHe also keeps sewing machine eedles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when Broken your watches and clocks when they dont run jun 3otf TOGO TO CURE COLD IH ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure K W Groves signature is on each box 2Scts OAS X EtThn Jeara the Blgnature of han llourht fLAND STOCK ANn 0110 At L C Riddels sale in Mont gomery county tbis week ducks sold for 60 cts each turkey hens 200 to 2 20 and gobblers 3 each 20 steers 800 Ibs brought 3750 each 30 ewes with 40 lambs thrown in 840 each mixed bay at 7 75 Per ton Winchester Democrat 40000IlbsGeorgetown at 5 cts per pound J A Cohen bought thirty 140 lb hogs from W H Edwards Jr at 6 and about 45 hogs weighing 125 to 150 Ibs from James Benton at 590 Woodford Sun Not the slightest indication of an April rise can be detected on the cattle market horizon sajs the Breeders Gazette Last week on light receipts a 10 a 15 cent ad vance was scored hut to take ad vantage of it the country rushed in nearly 30000 head on last Monday and most of the appreciation was wiped out The market is running along in a groove and values have not veered more than 25 cents per civt since the beginning of the vear and the hulk of steers have gone over the seals at a range of 15 ptriodiVhenecr cures feeders respond with liberal supplies and the gain is speedily wiped out Snbseqent light re receipts restore the loss and the same programme is reported week after week The trade can detect no prospect of early improvement and is advancing the marketing stuff that is ready Butcher cat le are selling outra geously high if any credence is to be placed in what Chicago buyers say It is without doubt a pros BUyIersall over the East and giving killers lively competition Good fat cows and heifers are selling decidedly out of line with steers Ligl t hcilers are in urgent demand and will continue so country butchers fairly clamoring for them Such heifers as are selling at 5 50 look high when compared with steers selling at the same price but the furnish a class of light cuts of meats that butcher must have While prices have moved up and down a little during the past week no net change is shown 1I0W IllS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ofr atarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Iatnrh Cure fJ CHENEY Co Toledo We the undersigned have known F J tluney for the past 15 years and believe him pirfee ly honorable in nIt business trans actions and financially able to carry out any obligations inriltt by his firm VnMinjr Rinnan S Marvin Ui lile iMugiist Toliio 01 11111illrr ur is tit internally aniini directly on tin blood aol iiiiicuns stir facts of the rysltm Tr tiiitiiia Is set fr ff ei7 criits ier bottl Sold hall druggist Take Halls family Pills tor c nSt pationl C8S 9 iABears Bigntuo of gil hate The Uusy Wlans LINE LERLiSYBJIJRILO UI YnJ ST LOUIS A rilISLouisville Henderson St Louis R R HENDERSON ROUTE Pnlim Sl iner41 Free Rec irirg Chair CM =Special Roundtrip Home ckers Kate to foutlnvest cudvst first and third 196Iuntil April30 1mitto return May 31 1906 Sccciilasi Colonist Rates to south west Ticket on sale first and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Second class Colonist Rates to Califor nia anti Northwest Tickets ou sale dai ly February iStli to April 7th 1906 ASK US FOR RATES IJ H GALLAGHER Tray P A L J IRWIN Gen P A TO CONSUMPTIVES tohealthseveral re ri with u severe lung affection and that dea disease COXSUMITION is anxious to nuike known to hit fellow sutlir ers the helms ef cure To those who desire It he will checi fully send free of charge a thywillallthroatsutVerero will ry his remedy as it isinulnsiblc hose desiring the prescription which will cost nothing may drove a EDWARDA = 7A There will natilfally be a cry of radicalism and socialism arid 1111 01 her sorts of Vms anent the dents speech on FVturday But in reality it is a cry simple proposi ton Leaving out nilI t rence to Rakelwhichbut vvis not an epoch nrikintj post nate by any means the kist of the Presidents remarks were tlMt the people ought to control the vat fortunes of the country to prexent the vast for unes from controlling the n It will be remembered tint the Democratic party has stood for the income tax and inheritance tax t o and the Supreme Court of the United States came mighty near standing for the same doctrine Probably it would to day if the right kind Ifa measure was pre seined to it The President has announced himself in unmistak utile terms aud he has received the cordial endorsement of Senator Tillman of all people Truly the lion and the other lion ic would hardly be fair to call either of them a lamb are getting pretty close in the same corral The President is enunciating what only a few years back was considered a radical Dem ocratic doctrine He might go to n worst place than the Democratic port h for some more of his doc trines But for what we have we should be duly thankful The country has come round to seeing the necessity of ali income tax and it is likely to be the subject of much discussion in the next two years But when the framers of legislation get through with the Rute Bill and are ready to take a look at the income tax and inher laifce fax propositions they had as well go to the countries where the income tax is now in operation ad see some of the injustices that are possible under itand frame the American law to avoid them if possible It is true that a good many of the champions of the grad uated income tax point to Great Britain as an example of the beau ties of that system But the income tax as it is arranged in Eng land works more injustice than al most any levy It is assessed on lower incomes to be sure than would be the case in this country all incomes under 750 a year com ing within the lowest grade of the tax But while the little wage earner the man who is working on a small salary and who has noth ing but that salary cannot possibly escape the lax the higher the in come goes and the heavier sup posedly the impost the easier the easier it is to esc pe the tax There were on the returns for 1904 bnl ten incomes that were confessedly as much as 250000 and one over that figure Now to anyone who knows the United Kingdom that is absuid on the face of ir Income tx dodging is as easy and preval ent in England as is swearing off personal taxes in this country The Swiss income tax is said to work letter out the liguies are not at hand to prove it This country ought to have an income and an in heritance tax but thi trainers ul it ought to be very careful to Jee that it is so drawn as to accomliih what it starts out to do A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS is Mrs Alexander tf Csry Vp who has found Dr Kings New Lie Plis to be he best letney she ev r ted for k epHg the Soimch Liver and BnveU ps prlecl order Ym II ar e with her 1you Tn lhet pinlcr pifil thai iifu ei titfwltir i uue d by All Drug gists Prce 250 For SIo My rosidiuis store an faiu it 2 i Ky seven miles southwest of Urodhvu Ky Residence has five ruois rni hr and all necessary outbuildings Std has a siuli stock of drni s and rroceri anti postoffice connected with daily mail There is a sulcmlid two ron tcnemjii house on farm convcrivntly located Farm consists of seventy five acres lif teen acres in woodland nail sixty acies ii high state of cultivation all under fence My farm is one of the best improved n the county situated in a good neighborhood within two hundred yards of sai and grist mill one half utile of schoo house one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable lo cation for a doctor or any one wishing t engage in the mercantile business For terms address D E Proctor M D Feb 9 3t Quail Ky FOR SALiA lot on M tin St 18 feet front by 75 feet deep will a 12 by 16 room building being part of the lot where J Fishs stot is now located Possession can h given about September 1st F further iuformation call upon E S Albright Secretary Rockcastlt Real Estate Company J Loi 2- The Kinti You Have VaYa Bought U11 Wl1icl1 has beeR in USC for over 30 years lan boruc tile sipmtnle or LLi HZ rUU Ins supervision infancy no All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are Iwu Experiments that trifle with mJl endanger of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine Narcotie substance age is guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Fcverislmess It cures Diarrhoea anti Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aid Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the StonmcL and giving healthy and natural The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend iU9 N one nor Its its ifi F CASTORBers the Signature of r fl4Tho Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3Q Years New err c 4 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Gaskets Robes c Ordeis by Telephone attended promptly Statitordv MORE CHEAP RATES T- OTEXAS ARKANSAS the SOUTHWEST Oneway tickets at half fare 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was cured by Cardui want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine FOR SALEA farm of a 125 icres located on Somerset road 26 nits West of Mt Vernon good I use good barn and all nececsary mhiiildirgs orchird of 135 trees ptod fencing and well watered ird plenty timber to run farm We desire to sell with this farm all stock and farming implents thereto belonging consisting ot two good work and brood mires two nice earling fillies 4 milch cows and several hogs hay corn etc This is the property of D Cummins and can he bought at a bargain For further information cli upon D Cummins or E S Albright ld 1nt ett1Iotlt MAGAZINE SECTION MT Vl RNON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY APRIL 20 1906 Pages 1 to 4 I WHISTLES TOO NOISY WOMAN PHILANTHROPIST WOULD PREVENT UVNECESSARPDIS TURBANCE OF SICK Mrs Isaac L Rice a Wealthy New Yorker States that Half of the Yast Hubbub Raised by Boat Whistles is Useless Mrs Isaac L Rice is one of the few rich and influential women of New York who is constantly looking after the needs and comfort of those less fortunate in the awarding ol the worlds goods than herself Mrs Rice is a philanthropic woman who has never permitted her wealth and comfortable surroundings to blind her to the want and suffering around her and has recently been making a strong effort to have at least one nuisance abateda nuisance in one sense and a menace to many livesThis is the constant and as Mrs Rice declares the unnecessary blow ing of whistles and signals in New York harbor Night and day these ear splitting whistles and sirens can be heard for a distance of thirteen and a half miles over the city and through careful investigation Mrs Rice has found that hundreds of in valids in hospitals and nervous wo men in homes are driven almost to distractionFrom palatial home in New Yorks most exclusive resident section Riverside Drive Mrs Rice has gone forth to investigate this and see if there were not some means by which the sufferings of the poor ana invalid people might be relieved She first took her case to the au thorities in New York who told her any remedial measures were without their jurisdiction and that she must make an appeal to Washington Leaving her handsome home In New York Mrs Rice went to Washing ton and laid the matter before the Department of Commerce and Labor She told the officials of the depart ment of the 14000 sick people in New York whose suffering was made two fold by this unnecessary noise she told how nervous men and were unable to get sleep womenIthe continual piercing shrieks river boats and she told how river men themselves had said that so many unnecessary signals in duced collisions Mrs Rices fight was not against the lawful signals but against the in numerable blasts that were sent out as particular meanings to river men land their crews Scows coming up the river would begin blowing two miles down and never cease until they reached their wharves This was a warning to their crews to make ready to get out For weeks and weeks Mrs Rice worked to have all but necessary sis L nals done away with and when she finally took her plea to Washington the investigation was apparently a most thorough one but the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor ruled that the matter was one which came under the jurisdiction of the state of New York and not that of the Federal GovernmentThis and sympathetic woman is still working earnestly for the comfort of New York poor and suf fering and is gradually gathering together her forces to bring the matter to the notice of Congress She believes this can be done and is inlistlng to her support members of the New York delegation that they too may take a land in abating the nuisance Mrs Rice Is an attractive woman always smartly gowned and giving Gal 9 Newspaper every evidence of having a goodly share of the worlds best but beneath it all is a heart which aches to see the suffering around her and the uinee- cssaryr eauso PealthtCOLZfoLtand- r the means to lire oat her life hi ease have taught Mrs mea the happiness which these can things bring and she is doing everything in her power to bring these same attributes into the lives of New York unforunates whose positions do not warrant a protest but whose rest and comfort mean much A SCARLET FEVER SURE Big Success Claimed for Remedy by Dr Luhan A new treatment for scarlet fever which he says has had a long series of victories and no failures in its strug gles with the disease for nearly eight years is now offered as a free scien tific contribution to the medical profes sion by Dr J F C Luhan of East Seventysecond street N Y Noticing that most deaths from the disease were the result of paralysis of the heart he devised a treatment for the blood and for the kidneys which prevents anaemia or destruction of the red blood corpusclesand also prevents kidney complications- The physician in speaking of his treatment said As to my treatment The germs of scarlet fever diminish the red blood corpuscles Anaemia next sets in through the poverty of the blood and paralysis of the heart follows My treatment is curative and eliminative In the first four days of the disease prescription No 1 increases the iron in the red blood without impairing the function of the kidneys The ingredients of No1 and also another substance acts on the kidneys in such a way as to cause the red corpuscles which have been destroyed by the dis ease germs to be eliminated from the blood Often these dead corpuscles cause congestion in the interior mech anism of the kidneys which turns into Brights disease The extra oxygen in the blood prevents paralysis of the heart which is due to the presence in the blood of carbon monoxide- I always insist that as soon as evi dences of the disease appear the pat ient usually the patient is a child be bathed in warm water and then placed in lightest and best ventilated room of its home The medicine must be purchased only of reliable druggists as it must be perfectly pure and con tain no chemical likely to depress the heart action It must be kept in an amber colored bottle as it is affected by the light While there are no poisons used in the preparations the med icine should be thrown away after the patient is well and renewed when needed again Eng fish JTQZzan Politician The considerable part which women play in politics is well expressed by the London Mail in an article upon the recent death of Lady Grey wife of Sir Edward Grey Secretary of State for Foreign l fairs It said in part Even apart from her devotion to her MRS ISAAC RICE tvjf husband she was the keenest possible Liberal politician though the daughter of an old Tory squire Major S F Wid drington whose ancestor is mentioned In the ballad of Chevy Chase and her personal popularity in the Border Country was responsible for much of its liberalism For Sir Ed ward she worked incessantly and bril liantly from his first political cam paign tWO months after his marriage in 1885 down to the last battle from whose triumph she had been so trag ically called away Lady Grey had a large desk at Pal loden devoted to political papers ans wered many of Sir Edwards letters frequently took notes at his opponents meetings of points in the speeches HXhicJushe thought needed reply i r ry t Lake Titicaca Peru is the highest navigable lake in the world It is to be tapped to provide electric power for the Peruvian railway and 7 manufacturj ing plants FAVORS FOURYEAR TERM BOURSE COCKRAN DECLARES IT WILL INCREASE EEFICIENCY Of THE HOUSE Under Present Two Years Term He Says More Time is Spent in Looking for ReElection than in Law Making for the Nation Bourke Cockran of New York who has introduced a constitutional amend ment making the term of office of a member of the House four years in stead of two years as at present believes that such a change from exist ing conditions would be all that is es sential to establish the predominence of the House over the Senate if the House only saw fit to exercise the power lodged in it by the Constitu tionDiscussing the subject recently Mr Cockran said There is but one change one amendment that in my judgment could possibly increase the conse quence or capacity of the House to de fend itself and that will be simply the question of the term of a member I am perfectly willing to admit that as at present constituted where a mem ber is chosen for two years we are placed in the position that just as soon as a member takes his seat in Congress and begins the discharge of his duties he is at once thrust in the throes of a contest for reelection w HON BGURKE COCKRAN No man can do his duty ia Con gress wholly and completely when his mail is charged with information that concerns not the duty at hand but the prospect before him in his own district If Congress is to be a democratic body and to achieve the power which was intended to the end that this constitutional system may be safe and prosperous the members should at least have one or two sessions in which they would be free from the dis traction of a campaign for reelection Apart from that there is no power the constitution could give that it has not given us- THE CARPENTERS SQUARE History of Its Invention and Manu facture Carpenters who use the common steel square a very necessary adjunct to their trade perhaps give little thought to how when and where this article was first produced While there are millions of squares manu factured and used annually all over the world when the nineteenth cen tury was born there was not one in ex dull rainy day Siler Howes a poor Vermont blacksmith who lived in South Shaftsbury was called upon by a peddler of tinware to shoe a horse These peddlers traveled up and down the country calling at every farm house buying everything in the way of barter This one had a number of worn out steel saws that he had picked up at various places Howes bargained for them shoeing the peddlers horse and receiving the saws in payment and each thought he had an ex trade The blacksmiths idea was to polish and weld two saws together at right angles thus making a rule or measure superior to anything then in use After a few attempts he succeeded in making a square marked it off into inches and fractions of inches and found that It answered every purpose that he in tended it for In the course of a few weeks during his spare hours he made a number of these squares which he sent out by peddlers who found every carpenter anxious to buy one Soon he had or ders coming in faster than he could supply the demand One of his steel squares would sell for 5 or 6 which was five times as much as it cost him He applied for and obtained a patent on his invention so that no one else could deprive him of the profit it gave him It was just after the war of 1812 and money was scarce and difficult to get But he worked early and late and as he earned money he bought iron and hired men to help him In a few years he was able to erect a large factory and put in machinery for the making of squares which by this time had found their way all over the country and had made their Inventor famous Such haste mn1I J2e annial at Oar a and Important Industry Paolo camo miles to see the wonderful forges too showers of sparks flying from beneath the heavy hammers and to listen to the din of the thousand lived to be a millionare and he did a great deal of good with his money Squares are still made on the spot where the first one was thought out more than ninetyfive years ago- CROSS ZEBRA AND HORSE Prince of Abyssinia Sends pig Afri can Zebra to S GTJvermnent The Department of Agriculture will be able to conduct further experimen tal work along breeding lines through the gift to the GoTernmont of an Abys sinian zebra which has been present GREVY ZEBRA TO THE OF ABYSSINIA ed to the United States by Ras Mak onan prince and governor of Harrar Abyssinia Upon arrival in this coun try the zebra was taken Washington in a steamheated express car and was placed in the Government ante lope house adjoining the cage occupied by Iran the first Grevy zebra to reach the United States The new arrival Is a young animal and is well and stock ily built Ras Makonen some years ago set the whole of Europe in a fright and start ed tongues awagging over the black peril by and wholly destroy ing the Italian army of Gen Albertoni sent against Abyssinia by the Italian Government which had at that time great schemes of colonization on hand Has Makonen a great friend and ad mirer of Consul General Skinner by whom he sent the zebra The experiments which the Bureau of animal industry will soon conduct with the aid of this zebra may stand forth among the most important of modern times Certain English inves tigators along with Baron Parana a Brazilian planter have already demonstrated that the hybrid offspring of the horse and zebra in herits from the latter parent immunity to certain diseases which are particu larly fatal to horses asses and mules and that they furthermore are valuable las pack and 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city put it other way and you that Chicago is Atlanta Middle West In either point remains same And the point is that Atlanta is full of industries new buildings and the spirit which is making a New South In mingling with the THE PRESENTED THE PRESIDENT PRINCE to defeating is as Burchells but now won introduce BY of of that splendid city nothing impressed me so much as the pride they take in relating the achievements of some of the bright who have come down from the North to join hands with the native stock in developing country They told me of remarktble man who came from New York in 1876 and proceeded to make himself a leader in several different lines of work of which related prosperity of the Whole region rather than that of an individual or of a single community The story is well worth telling because it shows that human resources quite as import ant as the material advantages which usually grouped under the head of natural resources such as climate soil timber and minerals A 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PRIZES awarded Hereare the names and addresseS ofa recently PRIZES M Hannah Fernwood Miss Mlllford Mrs Net sl SateE N street Lee Angeles Minn SIE Prelter M Christenson Gregg LanderdalS street Memphis 50 Mrsllar- riet Mrs c E Wtttlru150 Ballard street Pensacola Fla 40 JC Henry Box SO ra Henry Perry Central Islip L L N Cenral- Avenue James ter bolden Mo Murray Am Chicago nL 5 Mrs L D Puffenbetger Wtt Fortyfifth Street New York City N a fine start in a commercial eareerM when his health began to fail thirty years ago Ho decided the best way to save his life was not to become an idle traveller or professional health seeker but to find a good climate and weak man to become strong provided he begins in time The West is full of men who have done it and they have made remarkable history for tho country as well as for themselves Mr Hunt has studied the climate of parts of the world and thinks there is none better than Middle Georgia But as read his story as he has set it down at the request of his Southern friends conclude that any country would be good for him which furnishes an opportunity for and that he would languish in the best climate if there were no big things to which he could set his hand Here in his own words you may see the true spirit of the empirebuilderNatives old settled parts of the world fail to understand the irresist ible attraction of new countries to men of energy selfreliance and force Such persons are really and truly creators They make meadows of swamps create farms from wilderness establish cities where commerce de mands markets build court houses and churches found schools and col Everywhere they go they car ry the seeds of civilization This work of creation goes on indefinitely No matter how rapid the growing there is constant additional work to be pushed on in a new country That is the idea in the abstract Mr Hunt has shown what it is in the concrete by building a railroad establishing a cotton mill and a bank and inaugurating other commercial enterprises But this is not his great est contribution to Southern progress Any man can do those things if he has capital or can command it but there are other things which can only be done by the man who possesses faith indomitable perseverance and genuine interest in humanity Became a Live Stock Builder When Mr Hunt went to Georgia the live stock interest was in a low state Farmers thought it a positive injury to have cattle trampling the soil because it seemed to pack the clod into a hard brick substance More over the Southern cattle fever was a constant menace This Northerner thought that Georgia ought to be the home of fine horses and cattle and proceeded with a series of experi ments to demonstrate the possibilities of the business He went to the Isl and of Jersey to select the best stock and now the blood of his herd Is In evidence all over the South as well as in Cuba But before this result was achieved he had to do some good scientific work in learning how to make his cattle immune against dis easeHe discovered the germ which carried the contagion and the cattle tick which carried the germ and found m way to exterminate both Then he showed his neighbors how to improve the pastures by planting grass SO that the touch of the cows foot instead of being a curse to the land has mada the farms glow with shimmering green and plenty to quote his words Here was a bigger achievement than the building of cotton mills and rail roads because it showed thousands of people one way to become prosperous on farms It literally added millions to the wealth of the South Bug the enthusiastic man from the North did not stop there He thought Continued on next page i 2OOOOIN PRIZESOther are Given for Sending us Subscriptions but THIS 20000I IN CASH PRIZES WILL BE 15 ABSOLUTELY FREE the persons sending us the neatest correct e 8500 s = appear Magazine produce a a a a a eightthea t promptly ltETURi it llichmond s n many I I leges small We could go on and point to hundreds of names 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in the world In this progressive nee publishers find that they must be in giving away prizes It is the successful way to get your Maga talked about course are easily discouraged and are not patient and are not willing to time In trying to cannot kCtthro soluuonysfcertainly BRAINS Write the names of the cities and send them to us and we will be just as much pleased as are We desire someone to successful and as it does not cost you one cent to solve and answer this contest It will be very foolish for tOo to Bbr In i all fairness rive of time SUCCESS IS FOR ENERGETIC ND THOUGHTFUL PEOPLE and the SOUeaJ1readerdowrite us kind and letters thanking ni for our neaoeogrand manypersons who money attention to this special offer this very minute II you r immediately DONT DELAT Get your name on ov llet la i Write plainly Address l TIJE HOPKINSPUBLISHING COMPaBYYORK CITVt 1 UUNORTH WIL LIAM r the South woo not making the most of its possibilities in cotton culture and so proceeded to make a thorough therCropIplant between the long staple which is raised successfully only on the coast and the less valuable upland proLperimentation in cooperation with tie Department of Agriculture he has made great progress in this direction and is gradually evolving a cotton plant which promises to bring a much higber average return than the far mer has realized in the past This Is the sort of work which few men have the patience to do but which confers its benefits upon all when once ac F thingJto elevate the standard of living for tens of thousands of familiesmore wonderful far than building a rail load or a cotton mill as I have said What he has done with live stock and cotton Mr Hunt has also done with fruit culture He has taken the I load In planting orchards and In dem onstrating what varieties of peaches applesand pears are best suited to the soil and climate and to the markets open to the Georgia farmers He has berwlwhich have benefited other growers I as much as himself In the course mostLducing districts of the world includ ing those in California and in France and has necessarily become a man of 1science In this way he has made the J acquaintance of the foremost scien t5sts of the world and on the occasion of Herbert Spencers visit to the Unit States he was the only man out IliIside the ranks of professional scien tists Invited to meet the worlds greatest thinker Incidentally it may be mentioned that he is an enthusi astic collector of Indian antiquities and that his search for rare speci- mensr has carried him all over the United States and Mexico and even to distant islands of the Pacific No Antagonism to Northern Although It goes without Menj OrchardsI c that the North has not sent many men down South who have accom plished as much in raising the economic standard as Benjamin W Hunt has done it is none the less true that Southern cities and towns and par ticularly Atlanta are full of Northern men who are injecting a new spirit into the life of the region And It is vastly creditable to the native stock that they welcome enterprising men from north of Mason and Dixons Line and glory in their achievements If they are less proud of the newcomer than of the oldtimer they certainly conceal the fact The truth seems to be that the whole community Is permeated by the spirit of enterprise which these Northern men have brought and it seems to be reflected in the buildings the stores the ho tels and In the faces and bearing of the people themselves The population of Atlanta and Its immediate suburbs is now probably about 150000 and is rapidly growing at least twice as rapidly as the population of the United States But its business as evidenced by bank clear ings and postal receipts is growing much faster than its population This business is largely in the form of manufacturing although the wholesale trade is also expanding to enor mous proportions The growth of railway telegraph and telephone sys tems naturally keeps pace with trade manufacture rind population All this requires constant activity In building operations and the employment of an increasing army qf labor In other words Atlanta and the great State of Georgia of which it Is the metrop oIls are enjoying an era of extraor dinary prosperity Science Supplants Chance This prosperity Is due in large part to the extent and value of natural resources but it is also largely due to the new methods which have been In troduced In recent years Beginning with the farmer and going on through the line of industrial factors men are working In the light of science in stead of depending on chance What 4Mr Hunt has done In connection with live stock cotton culture and fruit growing everybody Is doing to some extent They are getting the aid or State and National Governments and thus asserting their control over the forces of nature In a way which ap- lPraachesever nearer tq perfection waste more ifficiency and a better disposition of the comforts of life It would be ungracious to say that all this is due to the influence of men from the North and it would be un true as well as ungracious but it is nevertheless a fact that the ideas which dominated in the old days were not adapted to the best use of Southern resources and opportunities for development and that these old ideas had to surrender to new and better plans and methods before the South which is now rapidly developing could be possible One of the strongest forces in the new movement is the stream of Northern blood and capital which has flowed into the beautiful Southern land since the days of reconstruction And I repeat because it cannot be said with too much emphasis that Georgia knows this appreciates it and wants more of it These are facts which may be prop erly taken into consideration by Northern people who are looking for homes They are quite as important as soil climate and markets In this connection I am tempted to make a final quotation from Mr Hunt because it has an important bearing upon the social life of the region and is dis tinctly in line with my own observa tionThe caste instinct is always resi dent in the brain of the white man North or South be he Catholic Protestant or Quaker In the North this finds expression in social distinction based on the possession of wealth and culture South the caste instinct finds so much greater differences in inherent civilization in the white race against inherent barbarism in the black race that the caste sentiment justifies itself in dividing the white from the black Hence there exists fuller democracy among all white people in the South than elsewhere Here minor social differences are annulled by the one great caste distinction This condition gives freer play to altruistic social usage among the white people here than In other parts of our country UIsbcn Loved Liberty An accomplished pollparrot known as Isben belonging to a well known member of Washington sociaty es caped from captivity the other day and the efforts of a number of intrepid A Family of the- Hunt fcr sesJTagzzficenz Milkers and- Breeders I climbers to secure the pet bird afforded much amusement and consideable ex citement to a crowd of hundreds of onlookers The fact that the mistress of the bird had offered a large reward for his safe return spurred over a score of men of all conditions of life tQ cap ture the feathered truant Polly escaping from his cage made a beeline for one of the trees near the Treasury Department building and sat there looking around a gorgeous bt of green and red The fun commenced when a rather corpulent individual es sayed to climb the tree and secure the bird Isben Is an accomplished talker and as he flew to the next tree he called out very distinctly nay nay A colored youth climbed tree number two and after nearly breaking his neck through the rotteness of a limb succeded in getting within about two feet of Isben Put salt on his tail said a wag In the crowd The youth showed his aptitude for going after birds that roosted high such for instance as chickens but he was not used to the flying kind and just as he reached for Isben the bird flew up to the top of a tall telegraph pole At this point there sal lied forth Walter Perry who claims to be the best coon hunter in Alabama and scrambled up the pole in record time Then with a stout wire crooked at the end he hooked Polls leg and a vast fluttering ensued with a yell of triumph from Walter The crowd cheered but Isben had apparently been lariated before for he quickly die engaged himself and with a cheerful heehaw flew away about a block and alighted in a large cottonwod tree Send for Santos Dumont and his airship piped up one of the crowd then a telegraph messenger boy three or four colored men a jacktar from the Navy Yard and a college athlete climbed trees and poles to secure the reward The parrot kept up a more or less continuous conversation with his wouldbe captors but it was noticed that his remarks were of a quite proper nature hot air being the most ob jectionableAfter around sightseeing for an hour or so Isben flew Into a tree near a police station Isben when last seen was roasting in the branches of a big elm tree apparently asleep One old and very black darkey remarked confidentially to a companion Lljah when It gita real dark I sure will ketch dat bird case I argues dat no bird whether he parrot or whatsoever can see a mam ob mv color on a sureMark night GOTHAMS STREET CARS TUB GREAT SUBWAY OF NEW YORK AL WA YS CROWDED FOR STANDING ROOM FortyMillion Dollar System Proves Entirely Inadequate to Transport CrowdsNeed for an Additional SystemNew underground street rail way the Sub way has been in full op eration just about a year and alialf The relief which this 40000000 system was expected to give the elevated roads and surface lines has proved inadequate to meet the needs of the increasing traffic Within a month from the day the first subway train carrying paying passengers made the trip from City Hall to Harlem the crush on the elevated and surface cars during the rush hours was as great as ever Owing to the peculiar elongated form ot the city the bulk of the traffic travels north and south It was estimated that the subway would relieve the north and south daily rush by 43000 Excavation for Tunnel on INe1v Jersey but the morning and evening crowd that makes the lively hours on the elevated and surface roads had in creased by 50 per cent or from 67000 to over 100000 before the subway had been in operation nine months For all hours of the day between 9 In the morning and 5 In the afternoon the citys rapid transit system is more than adequate though the average daily traffic amounts to about 2000000 north and south and about 400000 east and west The trouble comes between 730 a m and 900 a m when thousands from all directions within a radius of 35 miles of the borough of Manhattan are rushing toward the downtown section of the city below beIitweenthe same thousands are struggling back to their homes By far the greater portion of New Yorks business is transacted below Twentythird street on an area having a maximum length of three miles and a maximum width of two miles Where there is so little ground to build upon aaturally real estate and skyscrapers rise together the former to millions of dollars the latter to tens of stories On that triangle having Twentythird street for its base and the Battery for its very pointed apex there are hun dreds of buildings housing over 5000 people each during the working hours Standing on the roof of one of these towers of industry one rising twenty nine stories for instance with the aid of a glass a man may count four elevated roads running from the upper sections of New York City down to the triangle surface line after surface line running under or paralleling the L roads but converging and becoming consolidated at Twentythird street Into only six roads there being room for no more below that thoroughfare crosstown surface lines still served by about 400 horse cars the innumerable little glass and iron entrance and exit structures that dot the route of the subway from the Bronx to City Hall the twenty or more tireless ferries pad- dlIng back and forth across the Hud son and East rivers every car and boat crowded to the last inch of stand Ing room all unloading Into that roaring triangle The problem is to carry Into and distribute through this triangle within a given time a constant ly Increasing horde of workers Fortyfive Hundred a Minute The traffic returns for the year end tog June 30 1904 show that during a single rush hour the elevated and surface lines running north and south carried 67000 the ferries crossing from Brooklyn other Long Island points and Staten Island 31000 cars over the Brooklyn Bridge 33000 the New Jersey and Hudson river ferries 82000 crosstown lines 12000 a total of 175000 landed and distributed between Twentythird street and the Battery In 60 minutes By June 30 1905 the rush hour crowd had increased to strain of carrying the increase falls most heavily on the elevated roads the surface lines and the subway which have to take care of not only the business people from Man hattan and the Bronx but the thou sands of Hudson river commuters landed by the New York Central at BrookjJynBrooklyn elevated line connects with It and also because its New York term- Inal is a mile and a half from City sail A Host of New To relieve tho SUbwaysI face lines and City itself nineteen new subways have been proposed Greater speed or a- 1at number of trains on the4Ls Mat subway is impossible without dam I ger of accident Already 600 cars arft run on Broadway between 5 and 6 oclock in the evening and blockups occur every few minutes To provide greater accommodations for people crossing from Brooklyn and ether Long Island cities and towns two new bridges are under waythe Manhattan to be finished next year and the Blackwells Island bridge to be finished In 1908 The East River Tunnel to connect the New York subway with Brooklyn may be completed 1916 The xperts say that these two bridges and the tunnel will accommodate 175000 per hour The pres eat traffic by bridges and ferries between Long Island and Manhattan Island approximates 100000 the rate of Increase last year being about 50 percent There is no reason to expect a smaller Increase in any one of the ten year before the East River Tunnel will be opened It would seem therefore that the Long Island side of the problem Is hr no means solved As for the nineteen new subways with which it Is planned to honeycomb Manhattan it will bg years and years before they can be put iatooperatlon The Pennsylvania R R Hudson River Tunnel which will carry Passengers tinder the River to the New York Subway Trains and in the meantime the population is Inc asng to astounding numbers Its traveling portion Is also increasing In the fiscal year of 1904 the elevated roads alone carried 286634195 pas sengers while in the fiscal year of 1905 the La and subway combined carried 839104820 an Increase of over 62000 000 The greatest number carried by is surface lines and subway In one hour was 142500 all three systems be ing taxed to the limit of their capacity Transportation experts estimate that it will take an expenditure of at least 600000000 to so Increase the traffla facilities Of New York City as to meet present necessities and the normal growth of the next few years in a sate isfactory manner In the future largo terminals will be abandoned and no one line of travel will cross another To divide traffic and run each line as an Independent artery are the purposes for which money will be expended la the future in the effort to transport millions of people from their home to their business in tho morning and back again at night From A lANK MOVEMENT Paris spends 100000 a year to keep her trees in order and to plant new ones Every street of a certain width is entitled to a row of trees on either side while every street of a certain greater width has a 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at that instant a well di rected shell from a rapidfirer put the cable at the other end and the car slenderwiresurroundingping for my very life with both hands and as I looked down I saw Martiniwhirling over and over in mid air and fallinglikewentdownhorrornrldlar efforts As in a dream I was con airThoThe whistle of bullets ceased I real ItsweightupperthoughtsknowIngness my grip would weaken astratumpure It stimulated me I opened my EarthcouldRemember now that I hung by thegrip of two hands from a coarse net casingIsnould soon be compelled to rest or Imust let go and follow my late com Ithrewofthotil the rope was under my knee then hangInging free Presently 1 secured a similar hold with the other foot then working getbothblessed interval was relieved of severe strain though my hold was by no means secure movingrising nor falling The steady gliding motion the absolute quiet and the weariness of body resulting from my tendencyanfindingI determined to make myself secure At imminent risk for I was getting woefully cramped I let go with my right hand and reaching in my pocket got my knife opening it with my teeth otheshouldersfolds of the somewhat flabby balloon bOdythroughthanks to God found myself lying flatupon the strong net work my back against the gasbag So great was the tawInstantIt seemed an age later when I awoke hearing my name spoken by the voice of a woman I opened my eyes ami looked around me I lay in a bed surrounded by silken drapery My whole body ached and my head seem sizeThenspoke again in soft rippling French bestMonsieuragainI in the direction of the sound and saw approaching me what Ithought to be the most beautiful wo man I had ever seen Fair and tall of veritablea white lace cap which served only curlsHera touch of blue at throat and shoulder She came to the bedside and leaned dyingupon my aching brow Her loose slee nightocouldhavefeelIngbrought me a glass of cool milk and held my head in the hollow of her arm as meThenspeakWheretion Sho told me that I was in the Cha theMeuseof Verdun In the prettiest French understandthouGhexecrable she told me how at dawnmy balloon had come crashing into howthemy prison in the net and how I had herrathersseriouslybruised wasdead tothehadlearnedassuringmemy perfect welcome to remain as hisguest until I should be completely re stored to health- I suppose It was the shock that blot allrecollectionofcent experience I knew simply that I dorableangelhunger or thirst and to talk softly to Shetoldbut twenty an only child with no mother that she could remember She serIvantsof myself Before I was able to situp and eat solid food I knew that my N- Coni 5 lied b iiR c1iih heart had found its mate Ah I wasvery much in love muchhetterdressllymyselfcompelledof a complete outfit from his ownw e seatIsuit of plumcolored velvet with short silverhuckledthotrimmingstrussed goose but Aimee regarded me as the very apotheosis of perfection grace This I had from her own satisfiedfore night I had kissed her a thousand times and obtained her consent- to an ultimate marriage with the un acceptabletoat that time courage to penetrate withmy request for his daughters hand But there is no hurry I said Let AndIalIImannerin love are we not all fools everydagardenupon Lagunay musing upon the AIMEE thhouseheavydoorlike a pistolshot I jumped to my GermansthWarthe e all the exciting events of the past ten cheHerevaders passing my time in a Midsum mernightdream of love and seven teenthcentury indolence I ran to the house Preparations must be made against the arrival of the troops At the portecochere I eaw the couut just alighting from his ancient chaise I hurried to his side A word with you in private 1 said The serious look upon my face startled him We passed into the house and entered his study Here I acquainted him with the events of the past week of my balloon recon nolssance of the plan of the tier mans Living as he did in such complete isolation withdrawn from the activity of the world about him since hafd aware of the approaching crisis he rose to the occasion showing even in these declining years unusual power of decision and action TheCounttainers and secreted In the woods nearby a large amount of silver plate coin In chests and valuable heir Aimee was In great distress thatIwould stand off a German army Ihad no Idea Early In the evening came news of the approach of Lanc ers on the east side of the Meuse re connoitering for the engineers and shortly afterward a rench officer rode up to apprise the Count with whom he was acquainted of the pres shortdistanceIt became evident to the Count that we would be in the zone of battle He accordingly made haste to move toa ofhisnoIestateAllwe worked thefinopicturesanddawned the Count left us going south Generalissimoopposemy care I had confided to him my blessingusfully and at the approach of the enemy to set out for Bethel a small town hadnumerousChateaLagunay3 a beneathhighwas no break far a considerable iris thremilesRamuneChera selectedbying Aimee with a strong guard of werveteransRamunelookingelegant clothes- I found the town in great confusionMany persons were loading up their tordeparturestealthily had the Germans approached Ivaty arrival wooacdhillinto the valley beyond As far as theeye could see stretched the ranks or the invaders They had risen out ol oWurtemburg mobilizinge fro tier of Lorraine that ancient bone of contention and neutral Luxemburg As I learned later once they stepped upon French soil they swept down Ilk cuttingtelegraph andtheten hours the troops moving atswinging trot And here they were at the crossing without the least show of the French were ing with characteristic deliberatio- their main force being then at and ofChalonswest They had been apprised on the previous day of the appearance at the frontier of several bodies of Lancers nofurtherabout that time and It appeared unnecessary to make any decided move Of the detachments sent out In automobiles at the time of my departure In the Illfated La Jaune I could hear nothing It was not until montns later when I returned to Paris for a honeymoon with Aimee that I learn messaghadwas vain The scouts in their ma chines reached the rendezvous did a little scouting on their own hook found noUxiiiK auspicious and toured leisurely back to Paris and Chalons where they reported that the story a canardhereforoeyes being centered on Lunevllle Bel fort and Besancon where the German Crown Prince with his Bavarian army manoeuvred at a distance threatening retreating building mock fortifications I and steadily pulling the Ger eyesThere f Ramune an old provincial town with weak fortifications Yet the small garrison with true military spirit announced Its presence by a volley cannon which seemed to anger t Germans A battery of mortars was brought up to the river bank Into the town were thrown a hundred or more sixteeninch shells which broke MINUTES and released a viscid liquid emitting a fiercelyburningshells and In a few minutes the en heatturneddense slowburning heavy vapor thatsettled upon the place like a pall Such of the residents as had failed to leave Peoplefellwas a slaughter pen Being high above the town I was not thus affected and looken on with indescribable hor itIanddeathdealing allUnhinderedswept across the bridge and climbed the banks passing through the town myhorsearranredtorservants away when I was astounded tvt hearing the galloping of horses in the courtyard To my dismay I omcershadtakenwere picketing their horses upon the lawn I went to the door and met a ponderous Colonel of Calvalry about toenter I had taken the precaution to fromtheslender weapon I felt reasonably se gentlemenprivategrounds you are welcome He pushed me aside with an oathand strode into the hall He was fol otflcerJrthenluokedtheColonelto the immense drawing room heretonight theladles asIgentlemenJpressions for his face reddened But lionappeared facebroadenedmeAdvancingshrInkingwouldwith anger Drawing my swora i 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of which their is composed not having fcoen exposed b iapresnaUon THE SMALL GARDEN How to Make a Back Yard Supply the Table Vegetables GUY ELIIOTT MITCHELL A garden so constructed will stand great extremes of wet and drouth for it is a mistake to suppose that plants on well laid up beds suffer in dry weather on the contrary they will continue to thrive when those on the level are withering so no one need be afraid of making high beds though eighteen inches from the crown to the foot of the ditch is sufficient elevation unless the location is very low Some people might think that to devote so much space to paths with such a small area available is a useless waste This is not the case for the frequent paths enable the gardener to till and gather his crops without the necessity of treading on the cultivated ground an advantage that far offsets the loss of space The same plan may be followed on property a lot and a half wide though if two full lots are available an additional grass walk down the centre will be useful and add much to the appearance of the garden which if all lines are kept perfectly IIA GARDEN CAREFUL CULTIVATION WILL PRODUCE ABUNDANT FRESH will in any case be attractive even when the beds are bare It is obvious that to ensure sym metry and for many other reasons a plow is entirely out of place In gardens of this size In order to achieve success the work must posi tively be done by hand and conscient iously done at that The expense Is really very small and need only be incurred once for a garden so con stucted will need very little work to prepare it the second season As to the use to be made of the beds when proporly prepared much depends on the taste of the gardener but a very good way to utilize the alongthembeans The runners with their gor geous flowers which bloom from June till October are very ornamental They are also prolific croppers and despite an absurd prejudice against them the young pods when cooked green are delicious while the shelled beans are to limas Scarlet runners may be planted as soon as the ground AprilIsown a time about four inches deep and a foot apart so that when all danger of frost is over more delicate beans may planted between them The CranberryKentucky ter as their flowers and pods form a charming contrast with those of the runner In order not to Interfere with the early care of the climbers spacebetweencant until tomatoes cabbages and pep whichdmepulverised the beans will be able to care for themselves The little bed at the foot of the garden might ba IDEA GROWTH OF TOMATOESA FEW LATE PLANTS ALSO AFFORD A PICKLE SUPPLY shallow a surface cucumIbersrind their fruit is more symmetrical and cleaner than that of the variety which take up too much room to gardenAs they should of course oe mainly devoted to vegetables that are at their best when fresh Peas belong to this category and besides yielding well are almost a sure crop for an amateur to raise Tho eight feet wide beds should be marked out in straight rows the first one a foot from the ditch the next two feet from it and the same on the other side The two middle rows of the first bed should be planted with a second early pea such as Heroine or Dwarf Telephone and the outside two with an extra early such as Motts Excelsior as this ar rangement enables the peas first ready to be picked without disturbing the others The same course should be pursued in the second bed a second early filling the outside rows while one of the giant late varieties such as Stratagem or Duke of Albany oc cupies the other two Nothing is more vexatious to a gardener than to raise a patchy crop To avoid this the drills should always be made four inches wide For peas they should be three or four inches deep according to the heavy or light nature of the soil The seeds may be planted somewhat thickly say a dozen to each four inches of row of the width recommended When six inches high the soil should be drawn well against the outer stems in order to induce tho plants to SMALL WITH CROPS OF VEGETABLES straight superior be creeping gathered lean towards the centre of the bed The third bed may well be used fo crops suitable for salad The tw centre rows being devoted to a late and early lettuce the outside ones to white barletta onions which are a sure crop and the best variety for bunching or pickling They will do best in the outside rows as then they can more easily be weeded and thinned out and may be sown quite thickly an inch deep in drills four inches wide To mark the rows radish seed should be sprinkled very lightly in them bedI MAILNER KREN Ncw Horseradish from BohcmiaAn Improve- and Excellent Variety for Garden Use supply pods Valentines for a green variety and Wardwells Wax for a yellow one are probably the best The outside rows should be reserved for beets as they require thinning and weeding The centre rows of the fifth bed should also be put in beans late varieties being chosen that are suitable for shelling just as they reach their full size Yellow Swedish and Red Flageolets are far the best for this purpose One outside row should be sown to Chard a delicious and prolific vegetable much neglected in this country while the others will supply plenty of radishes if they are sown broadcast On a double lot a bed or two should be reserved for early potatoes as nothing is better than the young tubers when fresh dug but they begin to deteriorate very rapidly as soon as exposed to the air for nothing equal in flavor to home grown product can be obtained from a market man With regard to culture no matter how strong the temptation may be no one should ever attempt to do any thing in a garden when the foliage is wet with dew or rain or until the soil Is sufficiently dry to crumble between the fingers without adhering to them and if it can be avoided no foot should ever press the cultivated ground The most efficacious tool in any garden is a sharp and narrow rake which should be constantly run between the rows whenever the ground is dry Except in very wet seasons this implement when frequently used will suffice to keep down fill weeds between the rows which it also keeps the soil sufficient ly pulverized to act as a waterincr pot as well An expert gardener seldom needs to use a hoe except when preparing his beds for a second or when a spell of rainy weather hate rendered the use of a rake unadvis able for quite a long period There are several varieties of hand planters on the market the best of which save much labor when planting the coarser seeds but a drill or wheel hoe is un necessary in a small garden Many suburban gardenershavewater available This is not an unmixed blessing for to spray plants in hot dry weather is a fatal mistake At such times the foliage Is not prepared by nature to receive an artificial supply of moisture while if the plants once become accustomed to it they must have it regularly Constant raking is far better than watering for If no crust is allowed to form on the surface of the soil the plants will al ways find enough moisture unless a very long drought sets in Even when this is the case spraying should never be resorted to the only safe course to pursue being to block the outlet drain and to place the hose so as to fill the drainage system but even this must never be done until after sunset Seed should always be sown in dry soil but immediately after a bed has been seed ed quicker germination can be secured by giving the ground a moderate soak ing though after the young shoots appear they will not send their roots down deeply if constantly watered and the rootlets that penetrate the soil in search of moisture not only find what they are after but a good deal of useful plant food as well As to fertilizers a wagon load or two or fairly coarse manure may be theIstamped down on top of the sod thrown in the trenches but afterwards nothing but fine well rotted manure should be used which should be at least two years old in order to avoid the danger of importing the seeds of noxious weeds This should be thor oughly incorporated with the soil after the crops have been gathered in the fall As to commercial fertilizers outside lime and salt though good In their place I fancy amateur gardeners are better without them Really the rake besides being the best watering pot is the best fertilizer I know of for its constant use permits the air to reach the roots of the growing plants and the atmosphere carries more elements necessary for vegetable life than can be supplied by any chemical compound With regard to second crops No gardener worthy the name ever per mits any space to lie fallow if it is possible to raise a second crop on it The pea vines as soon as picked over should be cleared away and the space they occupied sown with beans quick growing varieties of which may be planted with good prospects of their yielding a crop as late as mid July The only preparation the bed will need is loosening up not turning over with a four tined stable fork and then hoe ing in a barrowful of fine manure The first beans ready should also be fol lowed by a second crop early varieties being chosen and any ground that becomes vacant between the end of JUly bre anod well raked over After that date radishes are the only safe crop to sow If these simple directions are faith fully followed especially those relating to the first preparations of the ground any amateur gardener is bound to raise a succession of crops which will go far towards supplying the family with green delecacies even if his energies are confined to a very limited area PERCY TAYLOB LONG ISLANDS BARREN LAZDS Project to Make Them Productive Railroad Making Experiments Another railroad has essayed th problem of reclaiming land This time it is the Long Island Railroad Company It has taken under its control a plot of land containing about seventeen acres near the end of the north shore of the island The land Is typical of much of that on Long Is land It is known as pinebarrens is considered sterile and is in the fullest sense of the word waste land The railroad company will establish an experimental fruit and vegetable farm The company also intends to establish an experimental farm near the middle of the island and another on the south shore i30Ilitheyhayeand the value of 200000 acres of the taxeslevied ofthecompaniesRill beacceptedfollowed American raldroads not only openI exertthemselves railroadsorsectionandwest are now particularly active Insoliciting The southern thananycottonandthe condoEnough is Enough dollarssaved NewYorkthemoneymaking throughplutocrats Irelandwhenmillionairehaving hissavingslongenough hotelalthoughtherelards career to show that he has ever otherhandmodern conveniences that add to the Buttheknow when he tad enough and to stop when heJotltI Nine Million Plows ut Work Its plowing time Two hundred plowedthisabout 9000000 plows are on the farms investedinSuch a multitude of types of plows and plowers can be found on this old continent 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