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Fridayu1iM j ernn i9111 VOLUME XJX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 17 1906 NUMBER 47 t Uw C x 3c cc iL The Store that fromr5 2O to 50PER CENTr On Your Purchases of Clothing and Shoes iBoots and Cap- sFurnishingi Goodsi IGroceries Queensware f Hardware ===E = TT1aryCALIO3c 4o to 4 cents LAVSat 50 cents OIl the dollar ORGANDIES at one half price 100 Ladies line Coisete at 10 cents each All Summer Goods go regardless of Cost 4 = = To The r iCut KIri large stock ff K i Suits for men and boysl 4RememberK Kj Kwality Kount Clothing isjj ithe finest best tailored that have ever been gOdSi Rockcastle County f It will pay you to come tog Mount Vernon today and get fsome of these Bargains V w Look at Our Windows and see what a fine Hat J- i you can buy for 49 ctsl NiifCed Come and Q U i FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I GOEBELS FRIEND Claude Desha Was Found Dead on the Porch of His Home Cynthlaua KyClaude M Desha candidate for the democratic norniua- thou for congress In the Ninth District was found dead sitting on the hall steps at his home It is supposed Mr Desha was taken suddenly ill and started for the front porch to get air and being exhausted fell and expired At the coroners inquest a verdict was rendered that Deshas death was caused by apoplexy Mr Desha had been identified with politics in Kea tucky for 20 years and the tnlJIHewarm personal friends and it was Mr Deahas testimoay in trial against Gov Goebel for killing John Stanford that brought about an acquittal Mr Deshas wife died about five years ago and he leaves a daughter about ten years of age Claude Desha was a sou of Gen Lucius De ha and a grandson of Gov Joseph Desha and a brother of Judge Lucius Desha of Newport and bi otitcr 1n law of Hon H C Duffy of this county NECKTIE PARTY Is in Store For This Negro if He Can Be Captured Columbia Ky Lizzie Hancock who resides at the home of B F Tupman- a farmer on the Green river section of Adair county was the victim of an outraKuus crime Mr Tupman and family were away from home at the time and Miss Hancock was in tho kitchen preparing dinner A negro entered the room and assaulted her The brute was armed with a pistol- d warned Miss Hancock not to make ray outcry As soon as the negro went away Miss Hancock gave tho ilarm and a posse was quickly formed o search for the negro Every cabin n the county was visited but he has tot been captured Miss Hancock hlnks she can identify her assailant tnd when he is caught a necktie par y will doubtless be in order- SWEETHEART Tries To Aid Her Fighting Lover and PoundedsRichmond Ky Jefferson an4 las Freeman brothers engaged in a fight at Bybeetown with clubs Miss Rob erts a sweetheart of James Freeman rushed in to separate the men and was attacked by Jeff It is alleged who struck her over the head with a clue and wounded her so badly that she will die Officers from here arrested Freeman who while en route to jail made a breast for liberty The officers opened fire shooting at him six times He surrendered after being badly wounded in the face ON THE TRACK They Slept and a Fast Freight Ran Into Them Barboursville KyXear Grays nine miles south of here William Helton was instantly killed A Sevier fatally injured und an unknown man slightly hurt at an early hour a fast freight running into the party while they were oc1curreddred feet from a tunnel and the train going 40 miles an hour rounded tho curve and ran into the sleeping men efore they could be awakened The three men had started from their homes to this city All were of prom inent families and the accident has created wide interest L N Earnings Louisville KyThe comparative statement of gross earnings of the L N is First week of August J857 250 corresponding week last year 750640 increase 106610 July 1 to latest date this year 4512575 same period last year 4058622 increase 1453953 Rally For Edwards London KyAt a big rally of the friends of Congressman D C Ed wards candidate for congress speeches were made by B F Johnson James Sparks and R Boyd Jr of this county and J W Mullins of Jackson and H F Farmer of Cltsy- Stabbed in Abdomen Louisville KyWm Ash colored whose home is in Cincinnati got into an altercation with a colored porter on an L fc N dining car and was severely cutin the abdomen Ash is a walter on tho car She Missed the Dog Sharpsburg KyMrs Wm SatterI held of Chestnut Grove this county got her husbands gun and tried to shoot a mad dog As she went to fire the gnu slipped and shot off two toe on her right foot Died Suddenly Covington Kysanfe Warrlngton Herbert wife of oxFireman Theodo Herbert died suddenly at the family residence of paralysis of the heart JamIhusband and five Judge Ordered a Spanking Maysvllle Ky Lizzie Moore Kate Bower and Fannie Washington young colored girls were arrested for jo ling white women off the sidewal and street crossings The judge or dered their mother to spank them DROVE UP TO JAILERS DOOR Sent His Carriage Away and Asked To Be Locked Up Danville Ky Several days ago the large stock barn located a mile from town on the Lexington pike belong to John Welsiger waS burned ring property was valued at 5000 and fire was attributed to spontaneous sombustion James Spalding a wealthy planter residing three miles from town drove his carriage down Fourth street stopped in front of Jailor Fitzgeralds residence stepped to the door and rang the bell The officer responded and Spalding in strutted his driver to take the carriage home and then informed the jailer that he burned the Welsiger barn and Jesireri to be locked up He said that he bore no feeling toward Mr Weis iger but that at times he just felt mean and that his great desire was to burn barns lie stated that on the night of the tire he felt that his life almost depended on the burning of a barn and that he got out of his buggy touched a lighted match to the barn sad then drove home and retired He further stated that the burning of the barn had not Improved his condition but that he had been feeling even meaner since the fire than before and believed it necessary that he be locked up lest he commit other similar deeds BATTLE IN THE STREET White Men and Negro Fire Dozen Shots But Only a Mule Is Hurt London Kyla a street fight here between several white men on one side and Robert Butner a negro on the other a dozen pistol shots were fired and a mule was shot from under its rider The battle took place in front of the store of James Williams and the building was pierced by sev eral balls Butner drove a team up to a street corner where Fred McCarty Reece Johnson W R George Stephen Ledford and several other parties were congregated on horseback as he thought o block his way Butnet shed them to clear the street but they refused He went into the stoic coming out with a revolver in his hand Then the shooting began Georgeiwas emptied Two other men identi lied were seen firing qt the negro but both escaped on horseback SENTRIES Fired on the Men Who Attempted to Reach the Barboursville Jail Barboursville KyAn attempt wa made at two points to enter the picko line of the troops guarding the jat The intruders did not obey the Dells of sentries to halt and were fire upon but no one was hurt and th men escaped In the darkness Grer excitement resulted many thinkln the soldiers had been attacked an the entire militia force was called on Officials summoned men fro Whltley county to be brought here fc the jury to try Jesse Fitzgerald on RebeIfact of the murder Is not generall known WOMANiKentucky Girl Claims To Have Beet Robbed of a Diamond New York Miss Gertrude Claire o Lexington Ky who is with friends a No 126 West Xinet fourth street complained in the West Side court that Carrie Lillian Smith a negro woman had stolen a diamond ring which besides being worth 3000 was valued because It had belonged to her great grandmother The negro woman was held in 1000 bond Louisville Tobacco Louisville KrThe total sale of to bacco at all warehouses numbered 315 hhds of burley and til hhds of dark At the Ninth street warehouse 28 hhds 3f burley sold at prices varying from 720 to 11 Twenty hhds of dart were sold at the Picket warehouse at from 430 to 8GO James Seems Undecided Frankfort Ky Congressman Ollie James who has just returned from Europe passed through here on his way to his home He said he had not decided whether he would run for gov ernor and would make no decision till he had an opportunity to consult his home people Newport Boys Tragic Death Newport KyWord was here that Joseph Jackson 16 parents reside at 532 West 7th street had met death under the wheels of a Queen It Crescent train at Woodstock Ala No further details were given Would Serve Again Louisville KylIcD Ferguson remember of the Kentucky railroad com mission from the first railroad com missioners district has announced that he is a candidate for reelection McD Ferguson Is well known having been a member of the state senate Worms and Wet Damaged Tobacco Hopklnsville KyThe growing tobacco crop of this section which la centksthat Is seriously menaced by worms and wet weather OASTaABest th- elJpave l of bE= 1 m mm = = Ilifl= rfffH H WOOD W G NICELEY F L THOJIPSL L B SALI I President1st VPresident 2nd VPresident Cashier flillj E I PEOPLES BANK w- o BRANCH CITIJJRNS BANK BRODHEAD IMT VERNON KENTUCKY I= == = = mVe solicit the accounts of Firms and Individuals guaranteeing careful courteous treatment and prompt service to all our customers = Protected by an absolute fire and burglar proof screw door safenhd bur Jglar insurancem lWem av 3 per cent on all deposits ofSroo or more when left with IheUbank and not checked upon for a period of six months I I f = 111111C1U1S- H t H WOOD V G XICELFY WJ SPARKS 1 W REDRR F L THOMPSON r1mJOE DICKERSON G T JOIINSGNM1 MTLLKU LT BETHURUM M R SALIN n 111111111111 111111 111111 i1111Bt 111tl1 = tttttt 111111 111111 r To Cure a Cold 1 in One Day Take Laxative Bromo guinine Tablets Seven MMon boxes sold in past 12 months This signatnrt1 2 it RCCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COlTRTIW H Jones adore c vs Notice Mary Jones c Defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of G W Jones deceased thai I will on the 2th day of August 1906 at sheriffs office in the court house Mt alU11hear unItilas All parties holding such claims against the said estate must present the same me on said date properly proven as the law requires This the 14th day of August 1906 G S GRIFFIN Master Com R C C ROCKCASTIE CIRCUIT COUR1I Sanders Smith Admr Se Plaintiff- vs Notice John Moss Sc Defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Sarah Adams and others interested that I will on the 27th day of August 1906at sheriffs office in the court house Mt Vernon Ky holdsittings and receive and allow claims against the estate of Sarah Adams deceased All parties holding claims against the saidestate will present the same to me on that day properly proven as the law the 14th dayof August 1906 G S GRIFFIN Master Com R C C SUMMER DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN During the hot weather of the summer months the first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a Colicelowed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially to summer disorders in children Sold by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon Ky Morgans men are holding a re union at Parks Hill Ky Addresses were made Tuesday by Gen Basil W Duke and Senator James B McCreary DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills act on the liver as well Esp ciaf1s good for the treatmenif Backrache and Rheumatism Sold by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon 1887 PI r in M M FRAZIER POST XO 127 G A R Comrades The to the Stite Encampment for six months ending June 30tharc past due The Q 11 General c lied on me for our report All who have not paid will please call on me and pay at the next regular meeting so I can end in the Yours in F C L W T SMII H Q M ComradesWe are all interested in the success ofour Or er So lets have a general turnout at our meeting at i i oclock Aug 2511 1906 The QM 7 a will furnish us a lunch of Mead etc in abundance your wives D P BETHURUM R M JOHNSON Adjutant Post Commander POL LT1CS AN J LO L I TJ C A N S W J Bryan honof in Par is confirms the report from IdI bourne that he intends to visit Australia He says he will start immediately after the November electionCongressman Olie James of the First district is still undecided as to whether he will enter the race fo Governor He is conferring with friends in his district and ask ing their advice- Republicans in the Tenth Tennessee congressional district nominated Harry B Anderson for Con gress and adopted a resolution calling on Theodore Roosevelt to become the Republican candidate for President again in 1908 The primary subcommittee of the Democratic State Executive Committee held a meeting in Lex in ton Tuesday It was decided to move ihe headquarters of the subcommittee tram hrauhfor to Louis yule The official call for the pri mary will be issued in a few days IMr Bryans itinerary upon reachi ing the United States will be NewsHaven and Bridgeport Conn Aug 31 Jersey City N J September i Chicago September 4 Lincoln Neb September 5 St Louis Sep tember n Louisville September 12 and Cincinnati September 13 stopping at Kansas City on his way home Farmer Brown had apples green hanging on a tree twoIrun out and play Lucky for you that Cascasweet wa in the house today onr50 es 25 cents Sold by Chas C Davis Leading druggist Mt Vernon Secretary of the Navy Charles J Bonaparte in an address on Anarchism and Its Remedy recom mended the death penalty for assassins or wouldbe assassins and close confinement and whippin for lesser offenders He said that socialism and anarchism were l shoots from same root 7f L Cures Grip Two Daysr on every box 2Sc dues has report next soup Bring the LANJ STOCK ANn CKOI FOR SAirMy farm of abc ut 400 acres 100 acres in cultivation well improved well wateredand has an orchard of about 1000 trees located between Level Green and Hans ford Will sell at a bargain For further information address JOHN GRAVES Aug 17 3t Hansford Ky W 11 McHargue bought of Frank Poteet 75 acres of land for about 280 IN SELF DEFENSE May or Hamm Editor of the Con- stitutionalist Eminence Kv when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve ofwhich he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at all drug stores Oil developments in Kentucky will be somewhat retarded by the drop in prices of the crude oil and a wildcat strike is said to be badly needed to bolster the market Op erations are more active in Kentucky than elsewhere Whydoesfeel unhappy in the Good Old Snm mer time Time Answtr we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genu ine Sold by Chas C Davis TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2vCtS CARSONsPainter PaperhangerAgent HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALT PAPER noon MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let U5 make you auestimate on jt work before placing you order fAll Work Guaranteed lOlEYSIiONEYAlmTAR ftr cIcircaj cafe son Xa epst s MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY AUG 17 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application FOR CONGKESS Wo arc authorized to announce LION HARVEY HELM of Lincoln County as a candidate o represent the Kighth Conjrrujjioual District in Congruss to succeed the lInn G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party THE Action ol the State EXCCU tive Committee in deciding on the methods of conducting the State primary was a great victory for the HinesHager forces as opposed to those of Governor Beckham an while Senator McCrecry apparently took no part in the proceedings not being present at the meeting he will be the largest beneficiary The point upon which the commit tee split was whether the election officers for the primary should be appointed by the county commit tees and the returns canvassed be fore them and then approved the y State Executive Committee or the officers be appointedlby the Executive Committe and the returns canvassed before it After a heat ed debate the former methods was adopted bv a vote of five to four and then Judge McQuown Chair man of the Committee resigned after he had been outvoted Under the niethoit adopted by the Committee each county commute will be held responsible for the character of the election officers they select and will be immediately responsible to the votes of thei county for their action The Committee of each county will canvass the returns of that county will have only a limited number of ballots to count and will be able to do it thoroughly and well If the other method of conducting the primary had been adopted tL State Executive Committee would have had an exclusive power in th selection of election officers and would have been the sole judge in canvassing the returns from a over the State Granting that the State Executive Committee is com posedof absolutely houet met which we have no doubtis the case yet it would be vesting a mighty power in a few that should be del gated to the many It would be a unIDemocratiof a Zarism that should be forever foreign to a party that was founded by the greatest promulgator of li man and political liberty Thomas Jefferson Under the methods adopted there is every reason to believe that a fair and honest primary will be held and the vot counted as cast andwe have not yet heard of a candidate who has the hardihood to oppose it openly The people want this election ruby n the oters and not a few who chance to be in control of the partv machinery We congratulate the Committee on its wise action and it willreceive the endorsement of all those who desire a full and fre expression of the voters choice in the coming primatyEx A KENTUCKY newspaper is hard pressed when it knowingly quotes- a political lie from a discredited Cincinnati sheet But then it is a pretty good index as to the charac ter of the quotee No honest man ever believed that Jude Hager said that Governor Beckham was already beaten for Senator Somer set Journal- If he didnt say it he can and tell the truth HON JOHN W HUGHES can did ne for Crongress in the Eighth district on account of bad health has withdrawn from the race leaving a clear track for the Hon Har vey Helm who will be declared the nominee by the committee which meets at Nicholasville today un Jess some other candidate announ- ceR today which is not very probable THE Louisville Herald speaks a truth that no one can deny If Kentucky were first in schools nothing in the world could keep her from being first in banks in factories in farms in mills and in mines The school is also an effective obstruction to peniten ifCtiarv and to lunatic asylum ourrressman CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY A primary election is hereby called for Saturday the first day of September 1906 in all the voting precincts in the Eighth Congressional District of Ken tucky at the regular voting places tween the hours of 6 oclocka in and 4 oclock p m for the purpose ofse lecting a Democratic candidate for Rep resentative in Congress in said District 2 All Democrats who are residents of still District and who are legal voters on ovenihLr 6 1906 will be permitted rte in their respective precincts and ae invited and requested to do so 3 livery candidate who desires nh c his hame printed on tlc ballots to used in said primary must deposit with the Chairman of this Committee on or before 2 oclockmidnightfifteen days before the date for holding said primary the sum of seven hundred dollars to le used in defraying the expenses of holding said primary election andat the same time of making still deposit each caudi date must give written notice to said candidau to Chairman shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all those counties haying cities in which the law requires the registration of voters the Democratic Committee of such counties or the Chairman thereof- i authorized to cause the names of Dent ocrats registered at the last general reg htration to be copied into separate hooks as is required by law 5 Said election shall be held in all r aspects as required by law for holding regular primary elections and a uniform ballot shall hc used in eve y precinct and the Chairman of this Committee is hereby authorized and directed to cause to le printed hound and distributed to the various Chairmen of the County Com mittees the ballots for each county He is further directed to purchase aunt dis tribute to the Chairman of the County Committee all the necessary parapherna lia for holding said primary election 6 The Democratic County Committee of each county shall appoint the officers in each precinct to hold the election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates at least ten days le nearlyras Cklesr and Sheriffs among the various candidates The officers of said primary election will when the poles are closed proceedat once to count the votes cast for each person for said office and after counting the votes they will return to the boxes sealing up the boxes and the Sheriffs of the election precincts will by dec posit the boxes with the chairman of the County committee at the Court house in ethe respective counties The officers o the election at each precinct will make a written statement of the number of votes 1cast for each person voted for for the said office and will place said sL tLunctl t man envelop mill deposit it in the re spective ballot boxes 7 The precint ballot box andall re turns are to be made to the Chairman o the County Committee and if he is net tiiteCounty Committee at the court house in the titer required by law towit within two days after said election S And on next day after returns have here trade the County Committee shall meet and canvass the returns and theugressional District which District Com mittee shall on Wednesday the fifth lay of September 1906 at 10 oclock in in the city of Nicholasville Jessa theea certificrte of nomination to the succesful candidate 9 The Secretary of this Committee is directed to give public notice of this election as is required by law and with out delay 10 In the event there is a surplus re maining after defraying the expenses of still primary it shall be returned to those by whom it was paid in in the same pro themea then the candidates shall be assessed to supply such deficit Provided however if no more than one candidate shall have com plied with the conditions herein impos edby August 19 1906 then the Chairman of the District is directed to reconvene the Committee as soon thereafter as practicable at Nicholasville Ky and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the Democratic party for said office and to issue to him a certificate of electionllereiun The order on the ballot in which the names of the candidates who may shallbe12 No registration shall be required registrationhastion law CliainuauLETCHER eWHAT A NEW JERSEY EDITOR SAYS Mt T Lynch Editor of the Phil lipsburg N Y Daily Post writes I have used many kinds of medi myfamilyas Foleys Honey and Tar I cannot say too much in praise of it Chas C Davis iLIPoTSCOTTS II bridge o carry the weakened and starved system along until it can find i firm support in ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT 8 BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Strict New York soc and i9f aU druggists UNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY Near the famous Cumberland Gap FULL ACADEMIC NORMAL AND COLLEGE COURSES UNSURPASSED MUSICAL DEPARTMENT Curriculum based on the University Senate of the United States Ele jantl furnished Dormitories Tuition as low as consistent with the best advantages Special rates for ministerial students and chidren of ministers- A Faculty of Fourteen Graduate of Leading Eastern and Middle Western Colleges Vrite for Catalogue and full particulars i PRESIDENT JAMES W EASLEY Barbourville KY UPHOLDS THE PAPAL AUTHORITY IIN HIS ENCYCLICAL TO THE BISH OPS OF FRANCE While Opposing Violence It Urges Bishops to Organize for Salva tion of Church Rome Aug 15The text of the popes long expected encyclical to the archbishops and bishops of France concerning their future conduct in view of the enactment of the laws pro viding for the separation of church and state appeared in The Observa toro Romano- It refers to the previous encyclical condemning the general principles of the law and says the time has now arrived to indicate what should be done to defend and preserve religion- In France We deferred the encyclical continues our decision owing to the importance of this grave question and particularly through a charitable feeling for the great services your nation has rendered the church Having heretofore condemned this iniqnitions law we examined with the greatest care its articles to see if they permitted the organization of religious life in France without jeopardizing the sacred principles of the church After approving the recommenda irons of the French hierarchy dlsap uroving of the law the encyclical said Therefore cfnccrning cultural asso ations such as the law prescribes ve decree absolutely that they can not o formed without a violation of till nored rig his which are the life itself f the church P tin therefore aside these as ocial OUg which our conscience for ids to approve It is opportune to ex mine if some other kind of organiza ron both treat and canonical can rent the threatened dangers to tha liurch Other Forms Looked Into The encyclical then examines at length the other forms of organization The pope says nothing causes him eater agony than tha eventualities seniMicing the church in France and hercfore he hopes to find sime other Clod of associations not endangering divine rights conyfas we declare it is not permissible to try this other kind of associations as long is they lo not establish in the most legal and most positive rights of the Roman pontiff and the bishops and their authority over the temporal af fairs of the church particularly the prot1le can not wish otherwise without betraying our sacred charge and pro ducing the ruin of the church in France The document urges tho bishops to adopt all means within the law to organize their forces assuring aitlrsupport It Is not difficult the encyclical says to foresee the recriminations which the enemies of the church will make against our present decree They will seek to persuade the people that we do not seek the salvation of the church but that the form of the republic of France is odious to us Wo denounce with indignation such insin uations as false KAISER WILHELM Admires American People and Wishes to Make a Visit Cassel Aug 15Hermann Ridder of Xew York had a second audience with Emperor William The emperor was keenly interested In everything relating to the United States and said he desired the good will and friendship of the American People He strongly wishes to visit the Unit ed States mud meet the people and President Roosevelt for whom he has the highest admiration 200 KILLED IN BATTLE Mad Mullah Attacks Sultans Forces and Devastates 19 Villages London Aug 15 According to tho correspondent at Aden of The Daily Mall after devastating 10 Ogaden vil lages the Mad Mullah inflated by his success attacked the sultan of Mijer tains territory Both sides lost heavily The sultan had nine near relatives and 700 war riors killed but eventually repulsed the Mullah toward Illlg and the coasL Noted Warrior Retires London Aug 15Maj Gen Sir Reginald PoleCarew 58 since 1903 commander of the English division of tho Third Army corps and who distinguished himself in East Indian and African campaigns has been retired with the honorary rank of lieutenant general A Riot at Ciclana Madrid Aug 15A riot occurred at Ciclana over local taxation The may or and an alderman were stoned antI another alderman was stabbed Civil guards fired on tho rioters wounding several persons Seven Injured in Wreck Ft Scott Kan Aue15A St Louis San Francisco freight engine ran Into M K T passenger train northbound at the crossing of the two roads near this city overturning a chair car and one sleeper Seven per sons were more or less seriously hurt C14STOnX4IBeat the Signature of A r toIthe latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kl ids of watch and clock ecIgold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles anti repairs kept Very truly S C FRA KIIN r j = Y A M 8rd in the common end for Ky COL HKNRY the key note in an editorial in VIou days Courier Journal when advised that the called r 6th to state officers and U S Senator be dime away with It is a scheme con by the rule or ruin bossism Beckham machine and the honest the state dont want A fair de i is what the people want the major ity to rule and not a machine lew by only the pie eating class who would sacrifice the best interests of the state and party for a little mess of pottage IN DEMAND demand for Colic Cholera and Rem edy here has been so great that I have been able to it in It has cured cases of dys enters here when all reme dies failed Jones Pike ville Ind This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon Ky from Hardin to the effect that this year will show the farm in the history of that Eagles are open house at and are for the ot Fred C Hoerter as Grand Trustee The Kind You Have Bears signature Ifyou have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Cure you will have only to for results as it cures all of kidney and bladder diseases For sale by Chas C AHANDSOME SHOE all all This is PRICE 350 for Shoe Our Lathes Shoes This is kind worn l y and For YEAR are Every1rtir has the ninu of them which Our stock of HATS is uulWO are selling same at a very low price Come in and fit up your Girls with lints that come from F Sons you will save money and be sure of the latest styles we are selling for Putt and not for The best Flour at 65 cents a sack The facts a are buy of us awl you will be sure to get good goods for little money does not ns to tell all but if you route in our store we will by experi mICe teach you that Yours for trade F KRUEGER l 111AVSummerGoods J JMens and SlippersIIIand Hats W HIMust Go Regardless of Prices HIATT HI ATT KENTUCKY aan Graded School E SNODGRASS Principal Session begins September Offers school brandies and college work Bookkeeping Music Also a course teachers Tuition low For further address the WATTKRSGN struck he primary November nominated cocted Haleyetc something Democrats of supported GREAT The Chamberlains Diarrheoa scarcely keep slock ether Frank Reports County are of stapleaproducts sectionThe keeping Milwaukee working election CASTORIAFor Always Bought ofctnfTbk WARNING FaleyV Kidney yourself blame positively forms Davis leathers styles onei the on und from page 3 Mrs R H Batson totting Mrs R H Batson first Mrs H S second pin cushion Mrs W R Briscoe first Mrs John second sofa pillow Mrs 11 F first Mrs M L Myers second chair cushion Miss Bertha Roberts sun bonnet Mrs M C Tyree shell Mrs A E oil Mrs W R Briscoe first Mrs A E second china Mrs A E first Mrs W C Swiaford sec ond dog W K first Mrs L FIRST DAY RACES Free forall mule race Jake first Jack Ballard second Jesse Wallen thud raceA M Wilcox first Will Newman second Jack Pollard Lear first Tom second Henry Wells third A world ot truly in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are those con taming opiates Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bow els Contains no opiates Yon can get it at Chas C Davis B F French John Abner and John Smith with in the murder of James B Marcum denied on the witness stand every of the Com The failure of Smith to make a was a disap as it was known that relatives had urged him to so Alex was about the same as he gave in tr als John W is said to beea for the Repub lican for in the Tenth district Agents For The iHamiltonBrown SHOES to Satisfaction iH PRICE 5300 Our means Want your or beard brown or rich black Use I oFIi Eioo1 ashionable people Gentlemens George Martha Washing mieqnaled HAMILTONBROWN perfection LADIES complete GROCERIES profit in nutshell Space permit ItsuSONS Boys Pants Misses AZCI Brodhead Monday thorough instruction in preparatory information Principal Brodhead one Louisvilles Continued battenburg Branaman Crawford Thompson painting Thompson painting Thompson painting Thompson prettiest Shugars Swinfordsecond Johnson Trotting third- Farmers running raceChint Francisco constipating especially Kennedys Drugstore NEWS ITEMS charged complicit allegation monwealth confession pointment do Hargis testimony previous Langley receptive candidate nomination Congress Sole Guaranteed give STYLEmul stamped Krueger IAyer Pills moustache beautiful Keep them in the house Take one when you feel bil ious or izzy They act di reetiy on the liveriaa re DYEmmp ttttttttttttttttttttfttttt1tt1 Willis Griffin 3 PRACTICAL 3MUNDERTAKER AND r3 FUNERAL DTRFCTOR =1 llt Vernon Kv 3 = Stock Complete Can furnish on spurt notice E Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = done Fine Hearse attached E ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3= Phone No 63 111 111111111111111H1111 111 111 111111111111111111 111U1U1H11111UU1111 t JONAS NIcXENZIE r COME COME WE invite all to come and see us At my store you ill always find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHINGj = = 11 We earrry a full linf Clothing that will suit all sizes and agos Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly IPhon No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how mallrto mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest onall deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FUKNISH Asst Cash Fresh MeatsIAlways on Hands We have recently put in a large refrigerator andare prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Send us your orders which will be promptly filled ICE aways on hands for sale SiB RAMSEY IN BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE r 1 t J2 VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY AUG i7 1906 79 Cull up No 7Q whenyou wit to Communicate with SIUNAL Ze J tJIb R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 332 anl 2J south 124 p n1 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 h Entereil it the Mt Wrnnii Ky Iostoflice as secondclass mail mutt- erPEBSONAL Will Fish was in Stanford Tues day Fritz Kreuger was in Berea Tues day on business Dr E J Brown of Stanford was here yesterdav W H Burton was up from Livingston yesterday Burn to the wife of Egbert Wall en a fine girl baby McKenzie Brown continues very sick with rheumatism D E Davis ar d family are spend ing a few days in Garrard Attorney and Mrs J W Brown spent from Monday until Wednesday in Louisville Jack Adams is at Color ado Springs and writes that he is feeling much betterJohn D Miller and Charley Davis are at home this week tak ing in the fair Eugene Mullius writes from Denver Colo that he is feeling fine since he arrived there Ard Daily and family of Henry county are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs H H Daily Misses Mattie and Nell McFer ron spent a few days with their brother Sheriff R L McFerron G T Johnson was here Tuesday and told us that he expected to be able to move here in about thirty daysCharles Arnold Borlevon Eichen after several weeks stay here will leave tonight for his home in Ala meda Cal Mrs Fisher left Thursday for Cleveland Miss Ta lor and Lucy and Annie Baker accompanied her as far as Cincinnati Atty and Mrs B J Bethurum are here this week and will remain until after the call term of circuit court next month Missts Fannie and Bessie Sparks and visitors Misses Elgin and Ben nett are spending this week at Crab Orchard Springs Knoxvi11elfdtber on a visit to his son This is Mr Thouiasons first visit to the county Dr L A Davis has been wear ing a broad smile this week over the arrival of an Ipound son at his home Saturday morning Berea News Miss Flora Stuart a graduate o the Teachers College of Columbia University has been engaged Brown r the primary work at the Memorial school Hon B Bethurum bought of JK Mitchell the residence on Har vey Hill formerly owned by Judge J S Cooper Price 4500 Somerset Journal- E D Smith district agent for the New England Mutual Life In surance Co is here this week as sisting the local agent A B Furnish in placing some business The following masons went to Stanford Wednesday to attend the burialof Thomas Daniels Q C Brakeman who was killed in the yards at Somerset Tuesday night Rev Bandel S C Franklin Judge L W Bethurum A B Furnish C D Sutton and Rev Briscoe rLOCAL NOTICE All parties indebted toe to the estate of H Sigmou d ctased will please settle same i side of the next thirty days A W Stewart Administrat- Miss Estella M Richards who was graduated from this years class in domestic science at Milwaukee Downer College will have charge of the cooking classes at the Lan don Home of the Brown Memor School ICheap rates to the London fair 31IThe Willianisburg band is fur nishiug music for the fair at Brod head Born to the wife of Tom Cliff on the nth inst a fine boy which weighed 16f pounds Lee Arnold had a mule bitten by a copperhead last week while mow ing hay By hard worn the ani mal was saved The examination for county scholarships will he given August 25 1906 instead of August 18 as advertised last week The hogs are off the streets for which the citizens of the town as a majority are very thankful Let the cows go too and see how much better it will beIA C Hiatt the Hiatt merchant has purchased the stock of goods of Fish Parsons and will move the same to his place at Hiatt The union singing at Maetburg which was to be held on the 19th of this month has been postponed until Sunday Sept 2nd Program will be given next week We are under obligations to Mr E A Chilton secretary of Laurel County fair for a complimentary to that splendid exhibition which takes place Aug 28 29 30 and 31 London fair is one of the best in the state and always worth seeing Mt Vernon greatly needs a good lecture course ifa sufficient amount could be guaranteed to meet expenses there is no reason why it shold not have one Speak ers passing through from one col lege town to anoher could be secured at reasonable rates for a nightA feature of the big Laurel County fair whichwill be held four d this vWesta free attraction to the patrons o the fair This company consists of jjIndians jjfairThe Cumberland Bell Telephone Company and the citizens of Har rodsburg are having war over the raising of rates This old monor oly never fails to gouge the people- on any and all occasions whenever opportunity presents The Har rodsburg people are up in arms to fight the gouge and will put in an Inclepeuclent exchange When the dormitory ofthe Brown Memorial School is finished it wilt be dedicated Mrs Langdon Mrs Berglaud Dr Stone and others from Brown Memorial Church ex pect to be present Speakers from Danville and Louisville have bee invited The dedication will prob ably take place the last of October or the first of November Attorney R G Williams afte considerable persuasion on the pa of his friends has consented to make the race for State Senator on the Democratic ticket Mr Wil anfwas to make the fightCovington Section Ci ciunati Star Judge Williams was asked as to the correctness of the above attic and responds that I have not yet consented to enter the political arena for a seat in the State although frequently importuned to do so Quite a sensational arrest was made at the Berea fair grounds Friday afternoon when Capt Short- S U collector of Richmond with Deputy Sheriff W A Johnson of Berea arrested James Lakes of Jackson County for selling liquor without a license After the ar rest Lakes taking advantage of the large crowd attempted to give the officers foot bail and ran through the crowd with the officers in close pursuit other officers were present and quickly joined in the rd Several shots were fired by the o cers not to hit the man but to cause him to stop Lakes was not hanv ing some knowledge of Japt Sborts soron convinced that any farther trial to escape was dangerous gave himself over to the officers and was at once sent to Richmond jail There was no onehurt as has been reported pialro Berea News L N will give cheap rates to Barbourville Aug 22 to 24 account of Knox County fair- NOTICE My business is closing out If you owe me account or note settle now You I mean aug 17 it G T Johnson Items which properly belong to our correspondents and which are reported by them even though the same has been given to us direct willalways he found under the cor respondence Mott Ayres secretary of the Democratic State Primary Commit tee Tuesday sent letters to all the county chairmen in the State di recting them as to the conduct of theyImen to serve as election officers at as little expense as possible LIVINHSTO N Miss Annahelle Deshon of Lan caster returned to her home Mon day after an extended visit with jber sister Mrs R A Whiteheacl Mrs John Howell and daughter Gertrude and Miss Bertina Mull ins spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville Mrs William Smith and daughter of Corbin are visiting Mrs Chas Chappel Mrs William Sams is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs Pitman of PittsburgMr Mrs W W Wright are visiting relatives and friends in Danville and other places Master Bentley Sparks returned last week from Richmond where he has been visiting his grandmother Miss Lvda Cook is visiting friends in Covington and Paris this week Mrs C E Rice and son Earl of Lebanon Junction are spendig a few days this week with relatives hereMr Willie McGuire and sister Miss Clidie returned from a to relatives in Berea Beatty Urbanfis home for a few days on the sick Mrs W H Rice spent sev e days last week at the home o niece Mrs W M Fields Stanfordpiaster Cecil McCuire visited his aunt Mrs Parsons a Berea this week Mr Elijah Longmire ofAnderson ville Tenn is the guest of his son Mr Fran Longmire Mrs W A Cox and Miss Lou ana Whitehead of Mt Vernon were guests of Mr and Mrs R A Whitehead Saturday and Sunday Mr John Pope returned Satur day from a trip to Somerset Stanford Lancaster and Crab Orchard Mrs Virgil Wise is visiting relatives and friends Jin Williams burg this weekMrs J N Riggs and family are visiting her parents in Lee countyMrs James Lucy ttand Miss Mable Saunders of East Bernstadt were guests of Mrs W J Childress Monday and Tuesday The Baptist Sunday school had Saturr erre was a crowd and the children had a jolly good time The mem hers of that congregation wish to whd0 so them and most SatthrooknBaker and daughter Mrs Agness Parker visited rela weekMlL Oliver and family Lebanon Junction are gnests at Oliverfire s returned Tues day from a visit to High Brid Miss Ella Argenbright returned Saturday from a visit to relativ in Lexington and left Sunday an extended visit to Knoxville Mr William Shelton of Lebanon Junction was in town a few days this weekMrs Tissia Henry and son of Elizabethtown were the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo M MargaretOverstreet Parlrsville Mrs J E Woodall received t sad news of the death of her brot pigfaht extend our sympathy to her Daniels was formerly a resident of this place where he and pia estim able wife have a host of friends His remains were taken to Stanf fellfromworking Wednesday morning and was instantly killed He leaves a wife and two children His remains were taken to Brush Creek for burial Our sympathy is extended to the bereaved family ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR IThe Rockcastle County Fair As sociation began its eleventh aunual exhibit at Brodhead Wednesday under very favorable circumstances and with a better attendance for the first and second days than ever be fore in the history of the associa tion President R H Hamm and Secretary Granville Owens who have labored faithfully for the success of the fair are very much pleased with the outlook of this be jag their most successtul exhibition The following are the premium awards for the first day Best dozen ears white corn Thomas Lear first Henry King second dozen ears yellow corr H C Jones first Thomas Lear second peck wheat George Moore first J W Moore certificate peck oats Henry Hy singer first J W Moore second green beaus Mrs Robert Hamm first D R Belcher second Irish potatoes Wilse King first Z Emer ick second onions Tobe Lear first Alar Smith second turnips Alar Smith first tquiatoes J S Duke first S D Carpenter second beets Lloyd Brock first Mrs Jane Brum mitt second cucumbers I B Live say first Mrs L A Testerman second dried apples Mrs Jam Brummiti first Nathan Brummit second dozen apples H C Jone first John Crawford second peache W C Saylor first John Cress sec ond pea rs H C Jones first Smith Adams second white grapes Wils King first Arthur Franklin second black grapes Wife King first Steve Lunsford second watermelon Lytie Mays first S D Car penter second cantelope M A Stearns pumpkins Geo Hayes best display of fruit Mrs Ella Franklin first Thomas Lear second broom corn H C Jones sugar cane H C Jones first WIM King second best dozen stalks 01 millet Gil Lunce first E B New land second timothy Wilse King lest P E Shi veil second clover J B Livesay alfalfa John Shiveli first P E Shiall second LADIES DEPARTMENT HAND MADE ARTICLES Nicest floral Mis Lizze Braaamanf LizziefOwens marble cake Mrs Jane Franklintsecond black cake Mrs A E Sharp first Miss Lizzie Owens sec Royalkr Electric Light flour Miss Lizzie Owens first Mrs Durham second tea cakes Mrs Durham first Mrs Ella Franklin second beaten bis cuit Mrs A E Sharp soda bis cuit Mrs W K Shugars nicest hooey comb Mrs B O Blanken ship first Mrs H S Brauaman econd sorghum Mrs Julia Forbes first Wilse King second peach preserves Miss Mollie Briton first Mrs J B Livesay second pear preserves Miss Lizzie Owens to mato preserves Miss Lizzie Owens first Mrs J B Livesay second nicest display of preserves Miss Lizzie Owens apple jelly Miss Liz zie Owens first and second grape jelly Miss Lizzie Owens first Mrs Tom Francisco second sweet pickles Mrs John Crawford first Mrs Floy Francisco second best display of canned fruits Miss Liz zie Owens grape wine Mrs Ella Franklin first Miss Bertha Frank lin second blackberry wine Wilse King first Mrs Ellen Mahaffey MrsrKoShugars second chow chow Mrs W C Swinford first Mrs Durham secondapple vinegar Robert Ham calicoequilt Miss Helen Sayers calico com MrseblissorHelen firstMrs Emma Sut ton second worsted quilt Miss Bertha Roberts first Miss Lizzie Owens second homemade blanket Miss Helen Sayers firstMrs G E MisscSayers Mrs Sallie Gei Lizzieas yarn socks Miss Helen Sayers gentlemens gloves Mrs J MrshMiller second table cover Mrs R BriscoeMrLear first Mrs J W Aker second cotton embroidery Mrs W P Briscoe first Mrs R H Batson Akerfellwoolen crochet Miss Georgia Mil ler first Mrs Ella Franklin second GiezelIBatsonI d IfI1a 79 r S1iocsF i f haShoes that are Shoes all through haul through rI Shoes that will give your feet a vacation Shoes that ii Make your purse gu1IWe Have Them We Wantto Sell Them You Need Thell1 Lets Get up a Trade Ir The PATRIOT Shoe for r Men 350 f made by specialty or1 men cut out of the hest leathers money can buy Stitched with the hest Silk Tli read Soles best oak tanned Stylish Servicable and so ti S Comfortable AVe have many styles of lasts toes I leathers The Patriot has the Star on the heelvImklm 1 guarantees the The it Shoe for Men 31 the E ti the mar styles enough to The Star Oil the Heel I tt II 1 ort the This line of shoes is made of best box calf strong and sturdy as a as a glove They will wear longenough to suit yon no matter how much you kick MENSOT STARBRANDSgOFSARE 5 SllO1f fev and QualityEPILGRIM Another oroat Suecialty i Shoe Made by saute people who make If Umor300 Shoe on EiIplease you is your protectioniOUR FAMILY SHOES Family battleship comfortable i Ora S WiS =STAR BRAND SHOES AInBETTER Mens i275 AVomens I 175 m Boys200 girls tl 50 Star on the Heel means Quality The PEER Shoe for Men A Shoe that will wear like a steel rail It is made stayOnetc PEElll Will Cost Y6u 275 It carries the StarTherefore its Better Sfar Brand Shoes Are Beffer p HSHS CASH STOREChurch St Mt Vernon furtherImud Weekly Courier Journal for- jI 50 a tear or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for S2 00 Cashmut accompany all orders under this arrangement RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FKKTILK 5SKCTJOXS OF THE 1lilliSit1WIIEKE LAND SELLS FOR 15 ANn RENTS U1Iii ACHE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and NIte- m Louisiana is the fan that c t ed laud rents for S5 per acre cash aid can be bought for 7 50 to 55 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpensive The soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high rentalvalue Other crops such as corn small grams grasses vegtablesand fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to Sift per ton- u other sections of these states ind in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to tock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap S5 toio im proved farms 10 15 to 25 pr acreThe new White Rker country tIers many opportunities for set Itrs High rolling flue water p is naturally adipted to stock and nth raising Can bebought as owns t3 per acre See this great country for your selfand pick out a location Descriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Moun ttain System Lines sell reduced Kite ronndtrip tickets on first and 1third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 2r days with stop avers For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSKND General Pass eager Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo DyspepsiaDigests MUNU a1E TS cIu DESIGi1S PRIGES MOfUMENTAL BRONZE to BRIDGEPORT CONN lPrlMutlllJy ROCKCASTLE BRONZE CO VKKNOX KY Samplts of Whitt Brtntze ntSlglls Itt eniture Prices etc at J ishsstore X cost to call up photic No loo from coun ty points to talk Bronze matters mr3lf K rJAND CLRS TKS IIWlTfi FOR Dr r FiQ an s I II Nfl V is ovejY I cONSUIVIPTION OIJGSS and OLDS I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all lTHROAT and LTJ1TG TROUB LES or HONEY RACK 1woQUQ0 qAll CJo C 0 gY8 00t O I qlca 0 MLLI1ERYa g 0- g E o 0- g Thetoo o le8gnO o Oa8 0IIA1 8o8 EMBROIDERIES 8 ORGANDIES o 3Cr u Brownncg1eeeot3eeet efoeeoOeeee TEN YEARS IN BED For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidueys writes R A Gray J P of Oak ville Ind It was so severe I cod not move part of the time I consulted the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Foieys Kidney Cure was re commended to me It has beep a Godsend tome Chas C Davis VACATION For your summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and invigorating climate magnificent mountain scenery and pictur eq turner resorts which are located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic L ne of the World Tery low ex cursion rates and Circle tour tickets are on sale during the summer months via these lines to all the principal points of interest The Denver Rio Grande with its numerous branches pesetrating the great States of Colorado and Utah has some forty different Cir cle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which is the famous 1000 mile tour for 28 oo which comprises more noted scen ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poucha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reservations Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trip can be comfortably made in five days but at least ten days should be devc ted to it so that one may view at leis ure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are also on sale to Salt Lake City Utah If you con lem plate a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send you some beau tifully illustrated booklets free- S K Hooper G P T A MAKE HAY WHILtC THE SUN SHINES Ther is a le son in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright sunshine miy last hut a day and he prepares lor the showers which are liable to follow So it should be with every household D seutery diarrhoea and cholera tnorbus may attack some member of the home without warning Chamberlains Colic Chilera an Diarrhoea Remedy which is best known medicine for these dis cases should always be kept at handas immediate trem1tN- ecessary and delay may prove fa til For sale by Chas c iJa LIt Vernon Ky DisappomtoiTIn Love aF9S Mmitowoc Wis Aug 7Fallnre to win the love and hand of a 20yearold vrl plunge Alois Turkinsky 95 tho oldest resldsnt of Recdsville this county Into such a state of despond elmer that he took his life by hanging A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep off periodic attack of hilliousuess aud habitual consti pation was d mjsterv that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me Writes John N PIe msant of Magnolia Iud The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Ouly 25c at at all diug St ores 3CJikES I RHEUMATISM LUHByiffi SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE talteu internally rids the blood of the polsonotfe matter and acids which are the direct auscs ot these diseases Applied externally t affords almost in slant relief roc rn whloa permanent thebloodtanoe and removing it rcm the system DR t D LANDOf Brewtcn Os writes jsaxiwinsand Itff jit triodall the remedies that I could gather treat medical works and allo coniulto- dwtbanuubsrot best pbyuJclaoi but found tromsDRuPSfor rbeumatllm aLe kluurod di- seueFREEIf you are suffering wth Rheumatism kIndredof 5DROPS and test it Giftself ortimeas It Is entirely free of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients LanoBlao Bottle DnOPSSOODo3C le For y Druggist COMPAIY1Dept i lII UNNECESSARY EXPENSE Autc attacks of colic diarrhoea and dysentery come on without warning and prompt relief must he obtained There is no need of in phsiciansChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy is at hand A dose of this remed will relieve tin patient before a doctor could arriv It has never been known to fail even in the most severe and dan gerous cases and no family should CDavisKENT UCKV FAIR DATES Urodhead Aug 153 days Fern Creek Aug 144 days Vanceburg August 154 days daysShepherdsville days Lawreuceburg August 2 I 4 days Springfield August 224 days Barbourville August 223 days Guthrie August 233 days Nicholasville August 282 days Shelbyville August 294 days London August 293 days Florence August 294 days Bardstowu August 29 4 days Somerset Sept 5t days Eliibetelown Sept 43 days Paris September 42 days Vlotiticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept I2t days Falmouth Sept 264 day GALVESTON SEA WALLS Makes life as safe now in the city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea 1Ilhaveyears and it keeps me well and sak Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing wOlse Now its gone Cure CrotmjWhooping Pneumonia Pleasant to take alhugTrial bottle free ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH IAUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIGNALS 1 AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest w For and Rates Addr- essUCKINOCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W QARRETT General Manager W C R1NEARSON a P A Cincinnati 0 f THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Couchs and assists in systembowels A certain =relief for croup and iwhoopingcouch Nearly all other gpespeciallycontaining Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEQYS The Red Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee is on every botUe Tuft ReiIstr- rttLAXATIVE HONEYlETSiPREPARED AIE 0 CO CHICAGO U 8 Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Dont drag along with a duil bill ions heavy leeling You need a pil Ue DeWlus Little Ear R sets the fatuous little pills Lo not sicken or gripe tint results are surf Sold In Cuts O D ivis Mt Vcr nun Ky ISlerff il onf Middlesboro located the notorious Frank Ball whu broke jiilat Richmond n Lee county Virginia and sneered stronIt of Appeals The friends of Ball have sworn veiigance against John son and will proseute him in tle Virginia courts for kidnapping Ball without a requisition Further trouble between the two factions is now feaied An attempt to break through the lines around the jail at Barbourville was made Saturday night and the pickets fired on the intruders but hit no one THE END OF THE WORLD of troubles that robbed E H Wolf of Bear Grove Ia ot all use lullness came when he began tak tug Electric BiUors He writes Two years ago kidney trouble canstq me great suffering which J would never nave survived had I not taken Eleclril Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomache Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by all druggists smog JJAJ no sag xanog pus motsoig laioft pa- gHVM3NOH3AUVXVlSiAQ3NH3 dflUAS HOHOO 3AllVXVn IVNIOIUO 3Hi ROCICCASTLEl Real Estate Co 3LT VERNON KV 0 FA MM No IThis farm ofUT iurus located on Negro meek near Urodhead Ky is one of the heat arms in the county and will be sold at i bargain the owner Iiimsg unable to prop rly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ai d springs and plenty of good sioil water Also yood orchard FARM No 41io acres near U rod head well fenced plenty good water rood orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for rfUU A Treat bargain FA MM NO iiSo acres of land b tween Urush creek and Orlando 21 uivs in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell iMap- F NO S21J acres neLl andIFA MM tlll NO iOThre tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 S and Iii5 acix s located on lade For creek in Lincoln county Ky and about miles lenin Crab Orchard on CrabIrstrtlamid Dee ick road These lands are located near the resi culglIAbout It acres of this land tom land arid a good part of ftrImmilIiI land but level and is good lani A bargain at ii pmacre third cash the balance in one and two years A GAURANTKED CURE FOR PiLhs Itching Bliud Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz ed to refund money if PAXO OINT MHNTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days Soc f01EnHO 1AlIDW uioau Ciio cougla ami hatiia1uas FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi Doior delayIREFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS CDAVIS WINCHESTER NUBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale EverywhereI 1 When the Hair Falls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experiment You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The best kind of a testimonial YErsIra1 t1qerJARSAPAR1LLA LjTherethat bright cheerful atpeace with theworld feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good results The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or wo man who is handicapped by some slightdisorrange your body your thoughts and your disposition Get avvav from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune an both your brain and body will re overIman you are a little Kodol For Dvspepsa after meals Sold by Chas C Da vis Mt Vernon Texas Democrats in convention at Dallas adopted a resolution ex pressing unbounded confidence in the patriotism and statesmanship W J Bryan and expressing tin hope of his nomination for the presidency in iyo8 Senators Bailey and Culbertsou were the subjects of a laudatory resolution WANTKU By Chicago wholesale and mail order hou3e assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining term itory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permnnent Fi in vest men or experience requir ed Spare time valuable Write sit once for full pirtieulars and en AdILake St Chica- gojrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Use Agents for Iron Fence D R A CuT Maua ger p= = ewrt Iron Iliniil Fence cheaper than wood Will last a lifetime M1EWAR1 IROXRc3PA CINCINNATI O over catsloaeellI aad u AX IDEA- LVACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONEPARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Maui IOU PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6 DAYS IN WONDER FUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be with in easy react of all Sptcial Sleepers Will leave Louisville Night oj July 25th Eor full particulars Write f H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville RO NE1IRain and hut wtather are about on an equal in this part of the county Rev J W SauhiKinwho has been ill for some time we are glad to say is improving Robert Allen who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati and Covingson has returned to his post of duty as clerk fOI Allen SonslrsMary E Scott leturned home Mon day from Covington whete she has been visiting her son Mr W B Wheeler who was married in the spring to Miss Myrtle Raukin of Hillsboro KyMrs J L Allen toIIhimIIIIon Crooked Creek but Willis likes tradeAlbert Allen is having two coal banks opened on his farm and the coal is showing up thirty inches to start with Superintendent Ballard was through here a few days ago visiting schools Mrs H M Mink and son Fortner were visiting friends near Livingston this week1had Drew went to McKee Monday on businessL J Scott and M D Ash are in Haul ilton this week taking in the sights Some of the boys are a little downhearted over the capture of a moonshine still by U S Marshal Elliott of London Some of the road woikiug boys got reported for not working last years roads and Mr Griffin served the papers on a few of them last week Guess they had better work the road this year JlONVi THIS We tfler out fcliumlreil ilollurs rewad for any a e ofCuturrh that cinnot Iturti by Halls Catarrh Curt F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Vo till undersigned have known F J Cheney for the st 15 years And believe him perfectly honorable in sill busnifsc tnmsat tions and liiiancially a to carry on any iiut made hy hi tlrni- AIIUNG KINNAK MAKVIS- Wliolese Druggists oiedo O Halls Catarili CII e is taken intrrnaUy IIIIICIall Tike Halls Family Fills for Constipation HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS Victims of hay fever will expe rience great benefit by taking Foes Honey and Tar as it stops difficult breathing immediately am1 heals the inflamed air passages and even ifit should fail to cure you it will give you instant relief The genuine is in a vel ow package Sold by Chas C D lheliCifSTIOIiNsIoTty ofI PISTOLS SHOTGUNS Telescopes Etc I InSistlon4UIIpae threecotor lIaner ir J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO PO USA M L MYERS DentistMt f FirstClass Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil hauls residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAL every MONDAY cc Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY IOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of 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