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Published Every it Frid aY I = VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY A Id 24 1900 NUiMBKR 4S U W del st 1 ry I hI ytJp Y1 rf The Store that l tl rJs saves you from J o i 20t050T1EI1 li On Your Purchases of F Clothing f Boots and Shoes i H a tst apsQ4 l A sSk Furnishing Goods 1 IIrdGrOCerleS f tf Vr Hardware fQueensware i f J =R = o f o CA LIUOHI 4 to 4ccllts t yararX LAfstt HO cents on the DUG A Nll EStttme half dollui100 Ladies line Cruets at 10 a iA Summer Goods CostO i = = 1 rtr V Cut To The Reds rjtff Our large stockrK 1i f Suits for men and boysl RerTlerY1becK K4 isSl 4 the finest best tailored goods A that have ever been shown in- w c Rockcastle County V y R 0IJ f Mount Vernon today and get some of thesews y iLookaL Our Windows j f al1dsee what a fine Hat V you can buy for 49 CtS ijNufCe e Come and Seer l I UW 1- i i FRT I3 FADED J i1rtI11 r r J i j r t bru t l t r IIEt NEWS ITEMS J CHURCH CURIAL FORBIDDEN Ind No Explanation Has Been Mada By the Bishop Louisville KYA sensation was era ted at the funeral of Spalding Cole nan one of the most prominent elti ens of Louisville who died suddenly nd whose funeral was announced to the place from the St Louis Bertrand hurch After the body had been borne nto the church and placed at the oot of the altar railing Father Flynn idvanced to the middle of the altar sod announced that by orders of Right lev Bishop William George McClos ey the funeral had been forbidden ie held in the church rho toI jne of the largest in Louisville fled to overflowing The mayor and us cabinet and all of the city officials were present Mr Coleman having wen a member of the hoard of public works Relatives of Air Coleman went into the sacrist ry to find out the cause of the order but the Dominican priests could only say that the bishop had mane the order and it was their duty to obey They said Mr Coleman was one of the most devout members of the congregation and had been to com munion only two weeks ago The funeral procession moved In silence from the Catholic church to St An rows Protestant Episcopal church where the services for the dead were lead by Rev Frank Hardy assistant rector who also said prayers at the choirIJURY DISAGREES In Marcum CaseStood Eight for Con viction Four for Acquittal Bcattyville KyThe Jury in tho trial of Preach Abner and Smith chunred with the murder of lame ll Murcum was discharged by Judge Dorsey with eight for conviction and tour for acquittal The jury reporte to the court that it would be impos Bible for it to agree even if it deliber ated a week longer For eight hours the jurors wore out and each ballot was the sense from the start Seven of those for conviction were from Pow oil county and the other from Lee county Tills has been the greatest victory yet won by the commonwealth in soy of the Ureathitt county feid cases Mrs Marcum and the attoil noys fur the prosecution expressed sat isfaction at the result of the trial All of the defendants were required to cxi acute new bonds in the sum of 10 000 each for their appearance here in November This will have little ef feet the prosecution says so far is Smith and Abner are concerned as they are now being held without Knit for the alleged murder of Dr B D Cos PLAYED CARDS Lost 2COO Stole 5300 More and Fled It Is Alleged Paducah KyPhl Abbott teller 1 the lmerican German national bank has disappeared and the batik is be liovod to be out 7300 A few days he whs rank a vactiMon rat ag to return at the appointed time resident George C Thompson began un investigation and it is said found the she age President Tsmiun scns theory is that Abbott lost about 2000 of the banks money playia cards and knowing he could not male it gocd took nJOO in cash when he left The haute was secured by a bond ing company which has an agent after Abbott The teller was one of the most prominent young men in Padu rah and had been with the bank two years Marcum Announces Catlettsburg KyCol T D Mir oum of this place has announced his candidacy for congress from the Ninth Congressional district Col Marcum a lifelong democrat an exUnion sol tier and a good campaigner This section of the district is for him Two Deaths at Louisville Louisville KyPatrick McCarthy a stonemason 32 was overcome by heat GeorgeItrouble superinduced by the heat Peter Schaefer a carpenter was prostrated at Oakdale Probing a Killing Louisville KyHarry Jenkins who is supposed to have some knowledge of if ho did not actually fire the shots that killed Fred Baker has been ar rasted Willie Little Bakers stepson was also taken into custody Knifed His Brother Kupsellville KyIn a general scuffle in a box car at Adalrville over a game of dice a negro Gold Boyd ran a knife Into his brother Will who is fatally hurt Gold Boyd claims It was an accident J R Barr Dead Lexington KyJ Rogers Barr general manager of tha Lexington Eastern road died after long illness of pieural trouble He was the son of anriIChanged the Date Eminence KyBy order of Col W B Crabb commander of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry the date of the re union which was to have been held at Sparta on September 12 has been changed to Friday September 14 OLD FEUD ctwcn Two Merchants Ends in the Killing of One of Them Columbia KyElijah Burton a merchant of Vcstor near here is in iail here accuses of the murder of Jill Dooley a rival in business It is al legtd that the user fostered an old grudge and that that Dcey tired at Burton with his sun missing him but wounding two bystanders Bon Powell a buy fatally and John Powell wl was shot in the leg Booey was four d shot dead near his home and hia daughter claims she saw Burton iv the fatal shot The latter gave himscl up to the authorities Neighbors sey that the men had several quarrels dui ing the past year resulting in tens which came near ending fatally This last affray however was th most bitter of nil and it scents thru Dolcy was resolved to kill Burton for he emptied his shotgun at hill with the result that two innotent met wore shot It appears also that Doolc did not remain at home but that a daylight he wis seen sitting on 1i doorstep with a shotgun aross his lai as if waiting to kill his man EJECTMENT PROCEEDINGS Started Against 300 Citizens of Ai Eastern Kentucky County Knoxville Tenn Through hi agent Judge L K Rice at Middle bolo Ky C H Davis of Now York is filing in the United States circu court for Eastern Kentucky sill against more than 800 citizens of Hat Ian county Kentucky to eject the from 87000 acres of land which onefourth of the total area of th county Davis claim is based on pu chase of patents male by his gran father K H Davis in 18m from three citizens of Harlan county who had tallied patents from the state in IS Davis had never been able to have hi lands surveyed because of opposition from the squatters until he employe government surveyors when the reccn geological survey was made by th government He has in his employ many lawyers clerks and engineer Many coal mines have been opened b capitalists from other states on the disputed territory BECiHAMS ATTENTION Called to New Naturalization Laws b Commissioner Sargent Frankfort KyGov Beckham rr ceived a letter from Commissiono General PSargent of Washing tOil asking him to have the proyc nllicers notified of the changes made ii the laws by the last congress relatii to the taking out of naturalization pi pers rndev the new law county a city court clerks can not Issue na lJIaliznt ion papers after September and only circuit court clerk are a thoritd to them as the tat hafIu county or other sir involving unlimited amounts of tl state LAUGHED OUTRIGHT Murderer Fitzgerald Takes His Dcjt ISentence Easily Darbonrvillo KyJesse Fit gcJ who with Annie Henson was conviv ed of the murder of Mrs Irene Broughton was sentenced to hin September 21 The woman was set tenced to serve 15 years in the Ke tacky state penitentiary at FranUfM Fitzgerald laughed outright when t heard his sentence He continues make small nooses of twine and pre sent thorn to soldiers as souvenirs John Hobsons Motive Louisville KyIn the prelimimu trial of torn Hobson it was develope that his motive for fatally stabbin Wallace Barnett was because blamerftossed n tin bucket at him wa held in 5000 to answer to the snood jury Electrical Workers Out Louisville KyOne hundred electrical workers employed on a number of buildings in course of construction have gone on strike They demand an eighth day and an increase in pay from to 150 per day Ritchie Gets Five Years Burlington lyAftm being out two hours and a half a jury found George Ritchie guilty of killing William Smith and John Warner a year ago at Constance Ky and fixed his punish ment at five years Incorporated Frankfort KyThe following new companies filed incorporation articles with the secretary of state Falls City Tannery of Louisville 150000 Muhlenberg County Publishing Co 5000 Annie Henson Found Guilty Barboursville Ky Annie Henson was convicted by the Whitley county Jury for the murder of Mrs Robert Broughton and given a 15 years sell tence to the penitentiary The jury was out 12 hours before bringing In their verdict IHorses Shipped East Lexington KyTen head of year ling colts and fillies principally the get of the noted race horse and sire Ethelbert the property of Parry Belmont were shipped from the Horse Haven farm to Millstone N J OASEO BJaBens SlglUlture J CIVIL vAi IN THE TWO ISLAM BS CUEERERA LEADS REVOLT IN THE CUBAN REPUBLIC Us Army Is r car tIe Capitals Forts Palma Is Rushin Troops To the Infected Districts Hnvaiiii Aug 22The Palma gov riunciit i5 adopting the most streau us measures for stipprossinj the olt which has already srowu to alarm iig proiioriions So hold have the reb els become that one baud attempted to march into the city heavily armed The police and a detachment of Rural Guards had been informed of their coming however and repulsed them The main center of the revolt is a present in Pinar del Rio where Gen Pino Guerrera is reported to have over 2000 men in the field 1000 of them having laid siege to the capital of the provinceCol stared froft this city glvobattlegiven a free hand to statue out the re bellionAt same time anoth r expedition will set out against the negro leader Gen Quinton Banderas who has gath IoyColorado will be under the command of Gen Baldomero Acosta Marching Through Streets provlIontroops are marching through the streetsIt expected Col Estrampes will have about 1000 men under his com mand well mounted and well arme in addition to the Ku rales already inI Pinar del Rio so that the government does not anticipate any great dim culty in suppressing the rising in that quarterAlarming reports have Keen received from other provinces the trouble ex tending as far east as Santiago Uprisings are reported in Cardenas hundrimarch The government is suppressing far a as possible all news of the upris ing and has placed a strict censorship on all press dispatches It is unoffi cially admitted however that serious measures will be necessary to COil with the rebellion Several encounters between small bands of RUI ales and rebels are report ed in the western part of Havana province but these can not be confirmed A TOWN OF 10000 Population 30 Miles From Valparaiso Reported To Have Surk Lima Aug 221t Is reported that Quillotta a town of 10000 population about JO miles front Valparaiso has sunk cntireJy front sight and tha less than 100 of the inhabitants es caped The sluicing is reported to hive taken place during the shock that was tinted at Valparaiso as hav ing lasted four minutes and 30 second Dispatches from La Pan Bolivia state that the telegraph offices in that town are besieged bv anxious persons who have triads In Valparaiso and Santiago Many families have chit lien in Chilean colleges and are await ing news with great anxiety Three Killed and Eleven Injured Pittsburg Aug 22Aaotimei explo sinn of has resulted in the death of three men and injury of 11 others at the Eliza furnace of Jones Latrhln Steel Co On account of confiictin tunes regarding details the coroner has ordered a thorough investigation Hydrophobia Prevalent Pittsburg A us 22PsnfA Let eve In charge of the Masee pathological In stitute reports a great prevalence ot hydrophobia in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio and Maryland At presto there are cases under treatment at the institute And They Talk of Peace Essen Prussia Aug 22A repre sentative of the Krupp works has formed the press that the concern is manufacturing 2700 pieces of artillery for eight governments The works never before had such large orders MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 21 CATTLEGood 40 5 1- 5CALVESExtra 50 n 7 00 HOGS Choice 55 G- OSIIEEPExtra 5rs 75 LAMBS Extra 00 8 10 FLOUR Spring put 4 55 85 WHEAT No 2 red 71 CORN No 2 mixed 50 OATS No 2 mixed 2 RYENo 2 choice Gl HATCh timothy 1S 25 BUTTER Dairy 14V APPLES New bbl 2 00 2 POTATOESNew 1 75 2 00 TOBACCO New 7 95 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 70V 711 COHNNo2 mixed 491 2974PORKPrimeLARDSteam Q S 621 NEW FLOUR Win pat 3 4 15 sCORNNo361hPORKMessLARDSteam 8 70 8 75 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 75 773 CORNX 2 mixed 541 OATSXo2 mixed 33V 34 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 7- 0CORNNo2 mixed 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 33 PORKPrime mess 13 00 LARDSteam 25 I Established 1887 LL = m == 41I A jDURING THE FAIR The hairit has come and gone andwas one that will long be re membered by all who attended Among the R R user who attended our fair were Tyree Gentry J D iViller J D Pike Wm ROt JatessVhite A U Kidwell Kd SLty Ed Hurt T Evans Otto Rey rolds W D Stodghill J Nevsus Lebanon Junction Wright H Benton Fred Neighbor BournetChamp Mullins Ed Lyons L ingston Ed Griffin O C Wiln o XVm G Sherpherd G idro s Charles Pike Knoxville Geo Xr Martin CorbinMrs George V Brooks is here visiting her inan relatives and fricudsFrankat d H H Hutcheson were here during the lair the guests of their brother J W Hutcheson Nir and Mrs J M Blair and Mr u d sMrs Wade Shanks of Rowlnt toi visited Mr and Mrs j lvI Char dnrine the fairBenj Pike of touitl1f YII y uitiCllt fr a few clis Misses Can e Frith ol Guns Sulphur and Myrtle and Roberta OBannon of Stan ford were the guests of their aun Mrs J G Frith during the fair 1thcrrv had as their guests F M vnre nf Kinney Mr md Mrs G W Berry of Cincinnati and vli aiul Alms R H liaison 01 rnprTtt t1 je lit n viof Mt Vernon was p cnsuu visitors Is ilicK A j Pike i1l1flhllle 1lUany of his friends royally during the fairtheii names we did not learn but auto them were Miss Cress of Corbin and Misses XVhilehouseand Houti gan of Rileys also his three sot ohii of Lebanon Junction Chart Knoxville and Ben of LoUts villeMiss Cora Griffin was a pleasant visitor of Miss Maud Vat son during the fairiIiss Bertina Mniiiiis was a charming visitor of Miss Clyde Wilmot during the fair The Lyceum Couitdy Co vinci moved in the bra tent every nigh ttteutIedtwell cnjoved It is the best how that ever hit our city am4 President Man in mint Seeretan Owens deserve great credit in rr curing them as one of the attra tions of the fair Everybody r iiitinher this and beir it in mind meet us at time Brodhead fair the third week in August lyjXV J Swinford onr city caterer nukes weekly calls to Livingston being there every Tin rslayMrss- 1 E Wilmott and daughter Mrs Geo W Brooks are visiting Gran ile Leece on Copper Crecker- e glad to state that Mrs A E lbright is some better at tIlls writ i ig Miss Dollie Jarrett has re turned from a six months stay it Xtcc New Mexico much im coved in healthMrs R S Mar in is visiting her sister Mrs iilizabeth XVallin at Mt Vernon Misses Peoples Thompson ann vVilliams and Messrs Albright Hutcheson and Miller passed rough here Sunday en route ti Dripping SpringsJohn Anderson of Lancaster was here during the faitMiss Francis Portrnan of ibertv visited Mrs M S Dur tam dining the fairWade Leece f Monticello visited her aunt Mrs i E Wilmott last weekGeo- V Martin of Rowland was the uest of F L Durham last week Miss Cora Wesley who has been isiting her grandmother Mrs M S Durham for the past three veeks has returned to her home at Liberty Clarence and John Per kins of Cincinnati were the guests jf Virgil Maitin during the fair ave Thompson and wife of Paris isited Mrs Laura Cable during he fairMr and Mrs L B Hil on visited Mr and Mrs J R Cass uring the fair farmer Brown Iiad apples green hanging on a tree onnie spied themIll take two one for vou and me Vhen twas over mother said Now run out and play wucky for you that Cascasweet was in the house today ust what is in Cascasweet is ou h bottle in plain English 50 dos 25 cents Sold by Chas C Dais Leading druggist Mt Vernon lLETSiO nAIIDTAR et children safe cure Jlfo opiated GAr LI Y IVe art slnl liai ing plenty of rain and hot iatho Win Btummett visited their daughter Mrs F M Ponder Saturday and Sunday Jolin Kelley and wife visited friends on Scaggs Cieek SundaV M Ponder who has returned from Clay County lepor s a fine t5w A J Sams and son are noing their saw mill near here Little John CannSchnel son of H Carmichael seems to he improving so vJohn Kelley is on the sick list this week Elbert Browning is b ilding a new house near Red Hill churchHenry Pace captured a rattlesnake about four feet lung hiving 10 tattles he also has a pet gound hogTe Red Hill Sing ing Choir tort at John Bonds Sat urday night and sang for him It was reported the best singing in a lo g tine There is an an sweat society established here W H Cainchiel president and A Ruse secretary They are having plenty of help through the bur weatherJ C Bullock is s il jrvi dling peaches he reports good sue ciss XXrilliatn Robinson better known by Billfoot is going to move to the Toby place cm Trace biaiich J J Simpson seems to be doing fine as book agent SUMMER DIARRHOEA IN CIIILDREN During the hot weather of the summer months time first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention sons to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a ew dotes of Chumberiaina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv fol ovvtil by a dose of castor oil to leanse the system Rev M 0 toclland pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes XXe have used Chamberlains Col c Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find ita very alnable remedv especially tf r summer disorders in children Sold Chas L bavis Nu Vernon Ky RCCKCASTIK CIRCUIT COURT v II Julies ailntr Plaintiffs Notice ilary Jones c Defendant Notice is lurchy giver to the creditors- f U W Jones deceased thai I willon lie 27th lay of August o6at sheriffs fllce in the court house Mt Pent n itxkijistlf ruin Ky kohl sittings anti ear proofof claims lilcd against the sail lijttf awl coiitinue from lay to day nu ll tin husiiiess for which said sittings are ullol is disposed of All parties lioKIiiijj such claims against tha1ii estate must present the tame to ae ou stii late properly proven as the aw requires This the rjlli day ofugust 1906 C S CRIlKIN Master Com R C C IN SELF DliFENSE vlay or Ilamm Editor of the Con titutionalist Imminence Kv vhen he was fiercely attacked four rears ago by Piles bought a hoc t Bucklers Arnica Salve of which te says It cured me in ten days iul no trouble since Quickest realer of Burns Sores Cuts and vVotnids 25c at all drug stores The two grand ljtries which have- lecn considering the Standard Oil cases in the Federal Court m Chica j o convened Monday afternoon and ifter a ten minutes session adjourned until today without return ug any indictments Vhyhoesfeel unhappy in the Good Old Sum mer time Time Answer we dont We use DeXVitts Witch Hazel Silve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the genuineCharges against the L N rail road were filed Monday with the Indiana State Railroad Commission it being alleged that the road has discriminated in favor of the Stand ard Oil Company in the shipment of oil TO CORE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINR BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS According to a statement issued Tuesday by Thomas P Cleaves and James C Courts chief clerk respectively of the Senate and House Appropriationsj 16 BladderPillsprciafly good for the treatment of Soldby MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY AUG 24 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising Tales made known on application A WORD anent the present Sen atorial fight in Kentucky Ve should not permit our enthusiasm to lead us away from the truth or cause us to loose sight of the re spective merits of the two candi dates for United States Senator The present Goveinor hath a vault ig ambition and thinks his ser Vices to the ante for the pat six jLir entitles huh to a seat in the Federal Senate jBeckham in many regards has made a good Governor hut like all men who do things he has made his mistakes tinny 01 which we can excuse However according to the view of some Dem ocratic editors and laymen we shouldnot dare mention his errors at all We should condone hi wrongs if any he has done we should excuse his mistakes if any he has made all because he is a Democrat To this doctrine we cannot subscribe We feelat liberty to discuss the good things he he has done and laud him therefor and at the same time claim the right to call attention to any mis take he has made Why shouldnot a man wallop his own jackass Cant a lather administer punish ment for the disobedience of his own child Cant a master reprove and correct his own servant Beck ham is only a servant of the people therefore we should freely and fearlessly discuss his official acts There is no reason why on tip toe behind dark lanterns with bated breath for fear some Republican should hear us we should se crete ourselves in some remote cor ner to discuss the doings of State administration What Beckham has done that is praiseworthy and laudable we shouldcommend If his adminis tration haF done anything that is not right and is not in accordance with honest Democratic principles and good government the Demo crats should be the first to condemn it and set about to correct it To say that an honest discussion would furnish material for Republican campaign should not be a terror to anyone and should not prevent anvbody from discussing the Democratic administration with freedom and frankness The administra tion that cant bear discussion is one that cant be endorsed and as the Governor himself has invited a thorough investigation of his offi cial acts we feel that anyone can with perfect liberty and safety refer to it If the Republicans cry ma chine we can say they are much more solely afflicted than we The most dangerous machine in Kentucky today is the Federal officeholders If they say that there is corruption at Frankfort vt can say that while that might be true there lias been no assassination under a Democratic administration- But to Mr BeckhamHis ad ministration has done many good things for the people ot Kentucky They brought order out of chaos hey paid off the State indebtedness they have increased the the appropriations for charitable and educa tional purposes they have length ened the common school term they have greatly increased the common school per captia During four years of Beckhams administration he has granted half as many par dons as Bradley did in two We give him full credit for what he has done but even with that does he deserve a seat in the Senate as against a faithful representative who has had only one term Beck iiam has virtually had three terms as Governor and yet he objects to MtCreary having even two as Sen ator The greatest objection to be assigned to Beckham is that no sane man can deny that he has done everything he possibly could to perpetuate himself in power and that he has used the office of Gov ernor for the purpose ofnominating and electing men who would stand by him and advance his political interest and to defeat any man who for one moment sought to oppose him even in a single act He has drawn around him a coterie of two by four politicians who have sought- to run the State government The chief ofthese is Miss Peicj Haley who has been his main spokesman in all his political bat tles There never has been a moment since Beckhams inaugura tion to office but that he has had his eye on the National Capitol Every appointment in the power of the government has been made with the view of taking one more intoI his machine Every office could possibly create he has created with this end in view he has used his State machine for the purpose f the undoing of many a worthy Democrat and the very Democrats who fonght the hardest for him lad helped to put him in office e aas since set upon with all the powers of his political ingenuity We were not enthusiastic for Je Blackburn but we did not like the way in which his defeat was brought about Aman elected Governor should attend to the tiuties of hb o fit e and he is not elected by the people of Kentucky to go to Frankfort and then ne all of his endeavors to control the nomination of every office State or National The people of Kentucky want to select their own officers they feel able and confident to do so and they do not like for every office to be bartered away on prom ises of a Governor in order to de feat some worthy Democrat and to elect some favorite of his There is no denying that Tom Paynte was elected after every kind of bar ter and trade could be resorted to known to mankind The last State convention was controlled by the machine the last State primary was controlled by the machine and there being such an over abundance of evidence of the existence of this machine the time has arrivedwhen the people must condemn it and put it under foot Beckham owes his political existence today to the man whom he is now opposing No other man in Kentucky in 1900 could have snatchedvictory from the jaws of defeat except Senator McCreary who acted as chairman of the campaign committee If Beckham had been defeated for Governor his candidacy at this time for United States Senator would be ludicrous and would never be given a serious thought That this machine is strong there is no denying that Beckham is active must be con ceded that his lieutenants are brave and tearless must be acknowledged hence we say it is time for the Democrats to set about to correct this evil and the quicker they cor rect it the better off the party will itIas bad a plight as the Republicans So boys coats off and with your sleeves rolled above your elbows with your collar off and shirt opei at the neck to keep as cool as you can in this hot weather let us go to workand time result will show the good effects of our efforts THE Hon Lewis MQuown has resigned as chairman of the sub committee appointed to run and manage the State primary We congratulate the people on this resignation The members of the various State committees constitute the governing body of the Demo cratic party and no member should use the influence of his position to further the interest of any one candidate as against another but should see that all Democrats were treatedalike by the governing body He should keep hands off as to an expression of preference in any race because of the official position he occupies The chair man of the Democratic State Central Committee and also of the sub committee has been going around over the State as the mouthpiece of Governor Beckham Interviews were sought with Mr MQuown because of his official position and he then uses that official position to boost and laud one of his favorites It being so apparent that Mr MQuown was using his official position to defeat the cause of one of the candidates for Senator it is far better that he resign and that we get some chairman who willnot be so perniciously active in advo eating the election ot any one Democrat as against another It is like a judge taking sides in a case the merits of which he is required to pass upon No wonder Governor Beckham devoted so much of his Lexington speech to the Attorney General NIB Hayes for the old Reuben rouser has lately knockedseveral spokes out of the wheel of Beck hams political machine iro u IT should be a proud monitnt for the people of the mountains as well as of the State of Kcntnckv to know that an agreement was made and adhered to beat ten the candidates Jor Congress in the Eleventh District not to use any money or whiskey for the purpose of purchasing ana debauching the voters of this rural and rugged district in their late primary election Godspeed the day when men can ruts llor office on their merits iutiteaclof their success depending upon the nglli of their jtirt strtlJoi MR J A SULLIVAN of Rich mood has been selected as tlc Executive Committeeman from this district as the successor of the late Richard W Miller Two got dI things were dune the same day One was time nomination ut Htlin f T Congress and the other was the LomImiueeuiau Old that the Demo crate party wouldhct at all times with such wisdom ATTORNEY GENERAL N B Hayes the rough diamond of the Cumberlandwill answer Governor Beckham at Bowling Green next Monday You can smoke it in your oid cob pipe that this product of the mountains who got his education by digging and selling ginseng will answer and prove every statement he makes by facts and figures Look out Mr Machine you are about to be struck HON HARvEY HELM has been declared the regular Democratic nominee for Congress in this Dis trict This having been accom plished let us go to work to elect him by an increased majority He is as great in mind as he is tall in body and will make a Congressman of whose record we will always be proud HON JESSE ALVEKSON of Stan ford is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner He has served two terms in the Lower House of the General Assembly and has made very active energetic and faithful representative and will make a most formidable candidate for the nomi nation for that office HON Dos C EDWARDS of Lon don has been renominated for Con gress in the Eleventh District The Crested Jayhawker John D White of Clay almost lost his own county and Charlie Herd the other opponent proved a failure IN GREAT DEMAND The demand for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy here has been so great that I have scarcely been able to keep it lysIenteTdies failed Frank Jones Pike vine hid This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon Ky UNION SERVICES AT MARET BURG The Union Singing will convene with the Maretburg church on Sun day Sept 2 1906 Program as follows 10 a mDevotional exercises conducted by Rev C C Metcalf 1030 a m Organization Song 11 a in Welcome address by S E Chandler Song by Freedom Choir 130 a m Response by Rev Green Fish Song by Brodhead Choir 12 tllDinner 130 p m Songs by Mt Vernon Choirs Song by each choir 2 p m Sunday school address by Rev C C Metcalf 230 p m Music Address by A J Pike Songs by the choirs All choirs are specially invited Let everbody bring a full basket s rv ASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- tianature of dfWHAT A NEW JERSEY EDITOR SAYS Mt T Lynch Editor of the Phil lipsburg N Y Daily Post writes 11 have used many kinds of medi cines for coughs and colds in mv family but never anything so good as Foleys Honey and Tar I can not say too much in praise of it Chas C Davis Estimates made for the annual report of Gov Carter place the population of the Hawaiian islands at about 209000 The Third Regi nen Kentucky National Guards went into camp at Camp Harris Wednesday morning SUPPOR T II cons EMULSION server as a bridgeo carry the weakened and t starved system along until it can find firm support in ordinary toed Send for lice sample SCOTT BOWXE Chemists 409415 1carl Street New York Soc andtoo all druggists 4 WARNING If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cine you will have only yourself to Islam lor results as it Positively comes all form of kidnev and bladder diseases For sale by Chas C Davis IAm better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for guaranteedI and clock old spec frames look like new Repair your etcI and Very truly S C FRANKLIN L ii CLOSING OUT A- HANDSOME SHOE all leathers stylesI This is one give BOO Our Gentlemens Shoe Our Ladies Shoes This is the kind worn by George tutu Martha Washing For STYLElmtlV FAR are uneqnaled Every pair has the name of II AMILTONBUOVN stamped on them which means perfection Our stock of LADIES 11 ATS is complete mill wo are selling same Itt very low price Come in and lit up your Hills with Mats that come from F Ivrueger A Sots and you money multi be sure of the latest styles GROCERIES we IIe seling fur limit and not fur profit The best Flour at 05 cents a sack The facts in a nutshell arc htlYoi us ami you will be sure to oet gnullgools for little money Space tines not permit ns to tell all but if you come in our store will by experi dice teach you that buying out goods means peace at home and good will toward us Yours for trade F KRUEGER SOIJS u r To Cure a Cold in It One Take Laxative romp Quinine Tablets 1Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature n OTA n Aff Summer Goods 1 a 1pl PanlsIJIiLaoies i Ladies and Misses Hats r nMust Go Regardless of Prices or r r IIA C HIATT H l ITT KENTUCKY II L m w Brodhead Graded School E SNODGRASS A M Principal Session begins Monday September trd Utters thorough instruction in the common school branches tall in college IlJeparatorywork Bookkeeping and Music Also a course for teachers Tuition low For further information address the Principal BrmlheatlKy SUNDAY SOROOL CONVENTION The 36th Annual Sunday School Convvention of the Rockcastle Baptist Association will be held at Mt Pleasant Church near Level Green Ky on Tuesday Sept 4 1906 Following is the program Mt Pleasant Choir I 1000 a mSuug Rev James Barnes 2 Devotional Service j Nathan Buchanan Song Poplar Grove Choir 1 Address of Welcome Rtv James Cummins Freedom Choir 5 6 Res BriscoeA7 Song 8 Schools g SonBrodhead Choir 10 Adjourn for dinner tRev Tti Smith- I I i p mDiscussionThe Ideal g np ev Wm Williams 12 Son ChoirgSowderr3114 SongRev J J Lunceford 15 What Relation is S School to Church j Rev Jason Robinson Rev Dan Phelps 16 Songjohn Cherry 17 Baptist S Schools should use Baptist Literature H S Devault N Buchanan r3 Song 19 Time object of teaching should be the convention of f A J Pike iRev BrIscoe the pupil Songi of officers for next year 22 Song by alltlGod Be With You Benediction NATHAN BUCHANAN President NOAH ROBERTS Sec y For some time past it has been the custom of the brethren to arrange a program after we met but thinking it best to prepare same before hand and select the brethren to introduce the various discussions and notifying them in advance they could prepare something to better ad vantage Dont think that only those whose names appear wIll be al lowed to speak on the various subjects Anyone present will be welcome will necessarily be limited to 10 minutes We to take part Speakers trust all the different choirs within reach will be present All bring full baskets We cannot expect the brethren of Mt Pleasant to feed us all Let us have a glorious day to the glory of God NOAH ROBERTS Secy By A E ALBRIGHTI w Sole Agents For 1 ti- ellai11th01BCQIll SHOES Guaranteed to Satisfaction PRICE Day n ti yRc 6tI J 61lorpecpe trills o we f r Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 25c Illlt1l1lltllill nHn nnn nHn 1 Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3 tUNDERTAKER = AND 5 FUNERAl DIRECTOR 3 i 1lt Vernon KY S M Stock Complete Can lurnish on short no Ertce Metalic LoiKus aiul Caskets and have Embalming SMZ done Fine Flearse attached H ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled E Phone No 63 2 iUUiiUUiUUUiUUiitUUiiiiUitiiUAiUilUUUUiiiliiUUUUUR IrCOOE NIcICENZIE t V f r E invite all to come dill see us At lime store you II will always findt good selection olr Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sixes awl ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small KO matttor 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 B per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Fresh Meats Always on Hands We have recently put in a Iarge refrigerator and are prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Send us your orders which will be promptly filled ICEaways on hands for sale S B RAMSEY IN BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSED J jot 1 Il I I 4Jf J t t r 1 4l 1 y v s MT VERNON SIGNAL n MT VERKON KY AUG 24 1906 79Cul1 up No 7y when runt to Coninmnlottte with SIGNAL 79 0dIL Co TIME TABLE 2north 124 p m 24 north 332 a in 20 omh 124 pro 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 EIII1It tht Mt 1t roost Ky 1ostollne Mroiiiicliiss wail mutter lIISiNAII- is Anna Thompson is visiting in StanfordV vac in Stan ford Wednesday Will McClure will run his hack at the London fair B rn to the wife of George Rodg ers a fine bey baby on the 20th Miss Rica Biker is the guest of Mi hell Jones at Middleboro Mrs W B Vhitehead has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Owen Jarrett has returned from a visit to relatives at Brod headMinor Fish expects to return to the West in a shorttime on account of his health Miss Dell Jones came down from Middlesboro Sunday returning home Tuesday Mr and Mrs Edgar Griffin of Corbin spent several days with his parents at Maretburg Mr and Mrs Rome Adams spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs R B Mullins Frank Miller spent several days here this week Frank has a splen did position in Indianapolis James White stopped off here for a few hours Wednesday while en route to the Barbourville fair Mr and Mrs Neil of Ford visited here the first of the week Mrs Neil was Miss Kitty Poynter Joe Oliver the Livingston merchant and N H Oliver L N brakemau were here Monday Mrs R S Martin of Brodhead and Mrs F H Protheroe of Cov ington are guests of Mr and Mrs S H Martin Cashier H H Hutcheson of Kirksville and Frank Hutcheson of Owentown were guests of their sister Mrs M B Salin the first of the week Mrs Ella Crane son and daughter Mr Lucien and Miss Carrie Ca ic of Lexington and Mrs JW Tate of Brodhead were guests of Mrs Alice Tate this week Mesdames J F Harris and Susie Tharp ol Brodhead Mrs Rebecca Baker of Terra Haute Indaud Mrs Joe S Ellis of LaFolletie Tenn were guests of Mr J E Wallen Mr and Mrs Henly Bastin of Lancaster were guests of Mr and Mrs James Maret this week Mr Bastin who is one of time best elec tricians in the State was here mak ing some improvements on the telephone lines and exchanges W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples bank Paint Lick was the guest of Cashier W L Richards Wednesday Mr Kemper organ ized his bank in 1901 and there is not a bank in the state which has made a better showing than the Peoples which now has a surplus and undivided profits of 900000 George Owens who has been as sociated with bis brother R N Owens for the past five years in the tombstone and monument business at Salem Ind has returned to Rockcastle and will open a shop in Mt Vernon George is a splendid workman having spent the larger portion of his life in the stone business LOCAL NoTiCEAll parties indebted t to the estate of H Sigmou deceased will please settle same in side of the next thirty days A W Stewart Administrator W M Gross and the widow of the late P J Hall were mat lied in the court house here Wednesday Judge Bethurum performing th ceremony Rumor has it andwe take it that the same is true that Dr Lytle S Adams son of Mr and Mrs Wil his Adams is to be married in next month to a Kansas belle Teachers will place call for their registers G M BallardCo Mr Eugene Abbott and Miss Cora Barnett were married ThursIday at the home of Rev Davault the officiating minister The Teachers Association for Magisterial District No i to have seen held at Oak Hill schoolhouse ias been postponed indefinitely Mrs G M Ballard Secretary The L N will sell tickets to Louisville Sept 15 to 23 for 4 round trip account of the Kentucky State Fair The same rate will also be made Sept 30 and Oct i and 2 to Louisville on account of the Grand Lodge K of Pof Kentucky AUCTIONEER H J Jones has secured license as auctioneer fur Rockcastle county and is ready to serf the people in that capacity at all times Mr Jones is a splendid auctioneer and always gives germ eral satisfaction There is a solendid opening for some one in Mt Vernon who de sires to run a boardinghouse for college students Miss Taylor principal of the Brown Memorial School informs us that the dormitory has already been filled to it capacity and there are many others who want hoard Any one desir ing to take charge of such a board inghonse slit old correspond with Miss Ida M Taylor Mt Vernon About four yearns ago a wad dog passed through the country and bit a dog belonging to George Hasty Mr Hasty prizing his dog very highly refused to kill it A few days since this same dog bit the little five ear old son of Mr Hasty and owing to the serious eff ct which the bite is having on him it is feared that he has been infected with hydrophobia although the dog has never shown any signs of anything being wrong Dogs are entirely too worthless creatures to take such risks Rufus Childress son of Mr J C Childress of Orlando and brother of Dr W T Childress of Living ston who was at work on the bridge across Rockcastle river last Tuesday was struck by a piece of timber knocked off the bridge and fallingabout thirty feet to the bot tom of the river was killed instant ly Mr Childress was a splendid young man upright and honest and a hard worker and his sad untime ly death was a great shock to his many friends and relatives This is the second man killed by falling from the bridge in little over a week W M Evans hrving lost his life about ten days ago on account of a wrench slipping off a tap which he was tightening causing him to lose his balance and falling to tin ground his head striking a rock and causing death irstantlv Im mediately after the death of young Mr Childress the foreman of the bridge gang tendered his resignation and the entire crew under him quit work and as yet no one has undertaken the completion of the work In our next issue we will some history of the telephone giveI tion in Harrodsburg The Tennessee Company a branch of the Cumberland Company whose franchise has expired is attempt ing to force the people to give them another twentyyear franchise and be allowed to charge exorbitant rates and forbid any other tele phone company building in the town and county The above com pany made application here last spring to the town board of trustees for a franchise promising to run their wires into the local switchboard here It has not been grant ed From their past history it is evident that it was never their In tention to carry out said promise and that their object was to get in a position to get such a foothold in our town and county as to dictate terms or put our home telephone people out of business by reducing rates to sucha point as to kill the home company then raise rates to a point that they would recoup their losses quickly the home com itowhere the chicken got the ax Our people are for the home com pany and against a foreign corpora tion coming here to run it out The home company will have new wires in from Lancaster by Sep aes as coming this way The Conway and Brush lutes will be rebuilt this fall more phones put in at Livingston Brodhead Mt Vernon and other points in the county Ilfrs R N Robinson of near Liv died Tuesday of typhoid fever The picnic which the half dozen or more families had Saturday after noon in the yard at the home of Mr and Mr R R Mullins was one of the enjoy able events of the season Each family took their own lunch and all spread together under tbe large maples which is an ideal twentYIseven Last May Cashier W L Richards bought in this county twenty seven head ol cattle which aver aged about 500 pounds and sent them to his farm in Gallatin county to graze Last week he sold the same cattle which averaged Soo pounds and realized the handsome profit of 270 This is an evidence that there is money to be made on the proper handling of the moun tarn scrubs It is up to the citizens of Mt Ver non to do as the citizens have done in all other college towns throw open the doors of our homes to the college boys and girls and furnish them board whether you want boarders or not Every student who wants to enter the Brown Memorial will be looked after and comfortable and desirable locations secured for them but if our citizens will only assist in this matter iv will relieve the principal of the school of much unnecessary work At the last session of the Legis lature an act was passed compelling burial associations to be incorpor ated and also pay a yearly state tax of SIOG besides an additional tax imposed upon all assessment com panies Mr Willis Griffin the undertaker who has been running the Mt Vernon Burial Association for several years and which has proven an untold blessing to many people has requested us to say to those who hold certificates of mem bership that owing to this heavy expense his unpaired health and by reason of such his inability to look after and push the business as it would be necessary to do in order to keep it running without a heavy loss that he is compelled to let the association drop so far as he is con cerned and that he will not fill any more orders or attempt to make anymore collections on the association To the members of the association we want to say realizing the great benefit of the Burial Association and the great need for the continuo ance of the business that a strong effort is being made to arrange for the continuance of the association as Mr Griffin proposes to turn that part of the business over to some other parties who we believe will be able to arrange for its continuo ance we will he able to announce definitely however in our next is sue whether the business will go on or not In behalf of Mr Griffin we will not say that it was his de sire to discontinue the association although he has never realized any very great results from it but be cause of some unnecessary unrea sonable unjust and uncalled for legislation it became a matterI necessity with him and he trusts theIROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR The following were the premium awards for the second and third days of the Rockcastle County fair The best large breed chickens Vill Haggard first A E Albright second best pair small breed chick ens A E Sharp first Gill Lunce second turkeys Mrs Bettie Jones first H C Jones second geese same as turkeys best bull calf under six months W A Hiatt first J M Ballard second best bull any age W A Hiatt first J M Ballard second best heifer calf under six months B W Gains best heifer calf over six months W T Crawford best milch cow any age J M Ballard first H C Jones second best blooded cow any age W A Hiatt first H C Jones second best buck any age J L Phillips best ewe J L Phillips best mare mule colt R E Gains first J J Smith second best horse mule colt Nancy Smith first Ma tilda Potts second best mule over one and under two years John Gil pin best mule over two and under three years W R Coffee first T S Mink second best pair mules any age Al Holmes first B W Gains second best jennet David Nailer first James Nailer second everybodys prettiest baby over six and under eighteen months old Mrs E B Newland first Mrs T S Pennington second TIIIUD PAY Best suckling colt R L Lucas firit J T Purcell second hest mare or gelding over two or under RodgeriIfirst C C McClure second best mare or gelding any age F M Ware first W D Dunn second best combined saddle and harness stallion G A Morgan first W T Crawford second best combined saddle or harness mare or gelding Jack Pollard first W D Dunn sec ond best saddle stallion any age G A Morgan first W T Craw ford second best saddle mare or gelding any age Jack Pollard first M W Rogers second best harness snare or gelding an v age F M Ware of Lincoln first W L Chancellor second best harness stallion any age R Pettus first G A Morgan second fanciest turn out lady and gentleman first pre mium was awarded to Fred L Dur ham and Miss Mattie Wilmot who drove R L Colliers Chisel Bond second premium to W L Chancellor ladys name not given best running walker B C Ander son first S W Hawkins second sweepstake roadster ring Jack Pol lard first D S Wilcox second SECOND DAY RACES Pacing and racking race Jack Pollard first S M Wilcox second Dave Wilcox third Mule race Levi Sawder first winners of second and third money race A B Baston first Felix Myers second Torn Francisco third THIRD DAY RACES Trotting race S M Wilcox first Jack Pollard second Dave Wilcox thirdFreeforall mule race Harrison Burdett first Marion Hamlin sec ond P H Burdett third Running race A B Baston first J V Robinson second W M King third CORRECTION We desire to make the following corrections of our re port of first day in last issue Miss Lizzie Owens should have read Mrs Lizzie Owens and the premium on chowchow should have read Mrs Durham first and Mrs W C Swinford second- PROGRAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Ve the committee in District i have arranged the following pro gram for Teachers Association to he held at Hopewell schoolhoustJ on the fourth Saturday in September Song by the teachers Prayer by Bro Barnes Welcome address by D G Bul lockResponse by T J Brown What is the teachers reward J W Kinser Essay by Miss Linda Ballard A well disciplined school by J L RashRecitation by Mrs Cora Abbott What eau be done with a lazy child by D G Bullock IntermissionSong Death is Only a DreamWhat is the ultimate aim of the public school D B Chandler What is a teacher by Miss Alta OwensA teachers responsibility by Miss Annie Owens Recitation by Miss Dora Black burnHow do moral acts become hab its by Mrs Iola Sears Recitation by Miss Minnie reading by Miss May BrownClosing hymn God Be With You Till We Meet Again 1MlCom May Blown SecyR- OCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Sanders Smith Ailinr c Plaintiff- vs Notice John Moss c 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 courthouse Mt Vernon Ky holdsittings and receive and allow claims against the estate of Sarah Adams deceased All parties holding claims against the said estate will present the same tome on that day properly proven as the law the 14th day of August 1906 G S GRIFFIN Master Com R C C A world of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those con taming opiates Kennedys Laxa tive Honey and Tar moves the bow els Contains no opistes You can get it at Chas C Davis Drugstore fln nt n I 0 P a I M IShoesthat are Shoes all through awl tinoitvji Shoes that will give your feet a vacation Shoes that will make your purse glut We Have Thellltf We Want to Set Them You Need Them Lets Get up a Trade t The PATRIOT Shoe for Men 350 made by specialty work b mon cutout of the best leathers money can buy Stitched with the best Silk Thread Soles best oak tanned Stylish Servicable and of of as a a to 2 75 ir y r f rIr p p Mt5a bRi s li The Patriot the Star on the Heel whit a for is no Made I I is on mar gj i it in m to The on lee is i I 1 1t the amt This line shoes made best box call strong awl sturdy comfortable as glove They will wear suit yon matter how you kick I Boys 200 Th Iifjj 3111 iuIt ofmTlEff 5 II OBI pleathclshas Qualityt The PILGRIM Shoe rVle3i Another great Specialty Shoo by the sauce people who illIthe Patriot aud 1ItIevorv way nil 300 Shoe the ketor carry styles enough please you Star the your protection OUR FAMILY SHOES for All ilyi battleship longenough Illluclt MLIh 7cJ1 O 1VfiLV OJJ m 6GrAR BRAtVD ID AInBLTTER J romens 1 751 ills t Star on the Heel means qualityl The PEER Shoe for fVlellJ 1i A Shoe that will wear like a stel lrail It is matte iof long wearing leather and the soles are put on to stay One pair of the PEER will make your our friend The PEER Will Cost You 2 75 1 It carries the Star =Therefore its Better a S8r Brand Shoes Are Bef- fer7F1SHS CASH STOREChurch St Mt Vernon Il11SICICANIP0Lbolt 400 acres too acres in cultivation well improved well watered and has an oiiMittiiof about 000 trees located between Level Cretin surd Hansford Will sell at a hargain For further information address GRAVESI his neighbors seventeen head of Jersey centsSintI Vie en 21IThompson bought from J P E Sallie 38 shoats for 6J1 centsT cumIDtuibar bought from Joe and Sim Viet S fat steers and 25 fat lambs for Dave Howard Jr to fill orders with prices rin iiig from 3 4 to 3V for cattle and 6 cents for lambsLlx ngtou Gazette- B T Bishop reports the sale of So stock ewes to Steve Houston at 55 50 per head and the same number to Ben Bedford at550uonas Veil bought export cattle in the the North Middletown neighborhood as follows Of Warren Hog rs 70 head at 5 cents of J T Collins 31 head at 5 cents of Lewis Rogers 36 head at 5 centsJ E Gray of the county is delivering to Lexington parties 100 barrels of old corn for which he is receiving 3 per barrelParis Kentuckian James Fitzgerald the negro who murdered Mrs Broughton at Bir bourvilie was given a death sen tence and his execution will take place some time next mouth Annie tlenson the negro woman who was employed by Mrs Broughton and who was also associated with the dastardly crime was given liken years in the penitentiary Ciuuixo OKKKK Until further notice we will furnish the Signal and Veekly Courier Journal for 150 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 2 uo Casti must accompany all orders tindor this arrangement DyspepsiaDigests CO CO VKiOX t V7 iU L L THE SAND THE u rEd jijARE MORE EUDURf FaR DESIGNS RiCES MONUMENTAL BRONZE BRIDGEPORT CONN Cttreseuted ROCKCASTLE BRONZE 11tIiuattersmr CWKE LUaSCS IWITH fflSlftey uw iC iesy lImp RTi1G COUCH OHSllPTION OUGMS and OLDS IPrice Surtst and Quickest Cura for 14 THIiOAT and LUNG RIll LES or HONEY I BACK r i w wir I kyti4 J wO aflv Ltf 4 0 flli ohcc co8 FADS AND FANCIES 8 u 0 INe CC1 FASHIONABLE a 8eo t7u0 t andd0 thcggEiist3 0V 3 C c 0ggGILT BELTS o 0g EMBROIDERIES 8 ggo 0 0 g Mrs Cleo Brown o gMT VERNON KY a eee claot TEN YEARS IN BED Foi ten seas was confined to kidneysritvillf Ind It was so severe I coul J not move part of the time I con suIted the very best medical skill Telkfluntil a1GodndVACATION For vwur summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and invigorating climate magnificent mou ain scenery and pictur eiqc uminer resorts which are located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scieuici L ne of the Vorld Tery low excursion rates and Circle tour tickets are on sale during the sum mer months via these lines to all the principal points of interest The Denver Rio Grande with its numerous branches penetrating the great States of Colorado and Utah has some forty different Cir cle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which vs the mous 1000 mile tour for 2800 which comprises more noted scen ery titan any similar trip in th world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian re erv ations Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Ilead Pass Las Am mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunuison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trip can be comfortably made in five days hut at least ten days should be devc ted to it so that one may view at leisure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are also on sale to SlIt Lake City Utah If you con template a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send you some beau tifully illustrated booklets free S K Hoper G P t T MAKE KAY xVdtLi HIK SUN SHINES Titer is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright sunshine ui ty last but a day and he prep ares for the show- N winch are liable to folovv Sol it should be witn every houaehuil Dysentery diarrhoea and choier morhiis may atuck some Hem er of the home without waniin Chamberlains n Jic Ch ljra ailiarrho a Remedy which is th lieii knuwu niidioino P r these ds iise shunlil always he kept IlIdas mime InNecessary and delay may prove fa ii For sale by Cni J is Ml Vernon Kv Valuable Jewelry Stolen London Aug 15 Jewelry valne at 5000 was stolen from a east belong lag to some Viennese merchants at the earls court exhibition here Tlio jobbery was comiuittcd in broad day lightA MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep off periodic attack of 1illiou ness and habitual consti p it ion was a mjsterv that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved1w me1 Writes Join N PiCbalJt of Alaguoia Ind The only pis that are guaranteed to give perfect stisfactiou If veryhody or money refunded Only 25c at at all druj storescThs R E JATISM LUMBfi fl S1MTIG NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE taken Iuternally rids the blood of the polsonou matter and acids which are the direst rinses of these diseases Applied eztCiu t affords almost in stant relief trir n whle a permanent cure Is beink evjtfx by purifylnc the blood dissolving ixusonous sub stance and reicuf tcm tile system DRSB BLAND Of Ilroivton Git writes r nfferrr fur a number of yean with aiid Uhuiimatlsra lit uiy arm anil ilu tlie remedies I gth4r from raodlral works and aUo consulted wilk a number of that gay etll obtained from 5imora I liC orewrlb It my practice forrbaumatlem nn ilnured d- 1eseFZEIt younre Intr Vtb Rheumatism Neuralula Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write to us for a trial bottle of DROPS and test It yourself 5ORCPS can bo used any lercth of tlmo without tcouirltiC a Urut habit as It is eutlrely free of opium cocaine alcohol luudaiiuin and other similar Incrcaicnta LarzoSUettoUle 51ROP83CODtlt fl00 Sale bl l ruezlUS- WANSOM IHEUMATIG Dept 80 160 Lake Street Moqo UNNIC1SSARt7EXE1Nsl Ante attacks of colic diarrhoea and dysentery conic on without warning and prompt relief must be obtained There is no ined of incurring the expense of a phvsi cians services in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy is at hand A dose of this reined will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to lnl even in the most severe and dan shoultiDavis Mt Vernon Ky Harrison Alexander a negro charged with criminal assault on a white woman was given the death penalty by a jury at Greenville courtIon 27 KKXTUCKY FAIN DATKS Nicholasville August 282 days Shelbyville August 294 days London August 293 days Florence August 294 days Barditown August 29 4 days lomerstt Sept 54 days iCliibetelown Sept 43 days Paris September I2 days Iouiicello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept l2J days Falmouth Sept 264 day GALVESTON SEA WALL Makes life as safe now in the city as on the higher uplands li W Joodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I nave used Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption the pist fieyears and it keeps me well and salt Before that time I hada cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone CurlS CrollIVhaupingPneumonia Pleasant to taKe livery bottle guaranteed at ah drugstores Price 50C iiidioiTrial bottb free ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH EQUIPPED WIT- HAUTOMATIC t ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest For and Rates HC KINGCP 6 TA E Main St Lexington Ky W QARRETT General Manager W C RINEARSON P Cincinnati O THE CR3il iALL- AXATIVEe008HSYRil For all Courhs and assists in systembowels certain n t1whoorconstipatingespecially thoseg containing zrHoneythe bowels contains no Opiates V The Red Clover BIos sam and the Honey Bee on every bottle KENNED Yd LAXATIVE CONTAIXINUI TAR TilE OFIC DeWITT CO CHICAGO 8 A old by CHAS C DAVIS Ao Dont hag along with a dui hill ion heavy Yon ed a pil Uw UeWltlsLittle Early Ri tors the laniuus little pill Do not sicken or yiipe hut leMihs are tire Sold by Chas C Davis Mt Yer- lion Kv QUAIL tvid Proctor is doinji some car peuterin lor Riley RjnoJdr in Fulaski W A Owens was in Mt Vernon Monday on luisinesLinc- olit Stringer and wife of Jellicx are visiting i iK tlnr John Stringer of tins place Mrs O A Gentry is very low with consump tion Grover IC4 alien and Mist Ava Brown were united in the li1y tiesot malrimony on Thursday at We wish thtMii a lon and lIapy- lifeAleX Proctor is numbered among the sick at ihiswrung TIlE lEND OF THE WORLD of troubles that robbed E H Wolf of Uer Grove la 01 ail use tallness came when he began tak lug Electric Bittors He writes Two years ago kidney trouble canstq me great suffering which I would never nave survived had I not taken Eleclrtl 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 5oc Guaranteed by all druggists 8JJI03 JU1 no aag ianorj inoccoig paj HVM3NOH3AllVXTISiA03MH3IdnUAS ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co IJPI VERNON KV 0 VAHM No IThis farm of UT iLl IIS loiiUtil NegllI ircek near lirodhoail K y is one of the bust farms in tho comity alll will he soul at a bargain tlui owner IIliug unable to- propirly look afUr same Ikeanst Ills health The entire farm is under fence ITOaeresin iultiatioii balance timbered three houses on farm good cells ui d springs ami plenty of good slock water Also irood orchard PA KM No 110 acres neat Bl0I1 head well fenced plenty good water iTood orchard IMenty timb r to run farm gout residence and one tenant house Can be bought for r jOOO A yrreat baryain- FA II NjSo tits of land be tween 1IlishlIcd and Orlando I Mifft u iiiiti ali balance limbered two houses and well watered Will i- jll NO s2lt acre nerJIIMMIII Ixiicli splendid risidece and a most ties rttIe farm Iliv iiKn a iirutii llI NO hlIh e tracts ol land in one body consisting of 85 SI and Ijj acres li caid on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about miles from trali Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee iek road These landj are locate near the ivsi dcnces of enr Mines 1cuoch- About ij acres of this land is bot torn land tii1 a good pont of it is u land hilt level and is good farmiiit linl A iiagtiii at t5 jwraeii One third cash the balance in out and tw VIUSj FOrmnOIfiYooCures Colds Prevents Pnnumonia IA rAUK NTEKD CilKK FOR Pllr Itching Blind hleeding Protruding PIt Druggists are authoriz ed to refund money if PAO OiNT MENTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days SOC Olm rI ifY T4J tova tho coasL cl lccalo lurs ftUL IIHDNEY OLE CUFE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS CDAVIS WINCHESTER NUBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Mme For Sale Everywhere = au ii When the I 11riaiT Then its time to act No time I td study to read to experi ment You want to save your hair and save it quickly too j 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 hairl stays in It cannot do any 1 rl thin else Its natures Tho boat kind of a wayI Sold for over sixty = d ta1AItIStRAItPJLLk ij VANTPDScliool having new attractive proposition wishes energetic man or woman to visit towns exIpenses edge of music preferred but not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Place Chicago Ill There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atle ace v II theworld feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good results The health man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or wo SfHHeIIra uge your body your thoughts your disposition Get awtv from the morbidness and the blue Keep vonr stomach in time 111 hath your brain and bodv illn spotul Little indiscretions of over en tinp pull be easily cormMed and you will bo surprised to see how much better man von are Try little Kodol For Dyspepsia arer your meals Sold by Chas C Da VI Mt Vernon WANTED By Chicago whoernle and mail order 110113 asitant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining ten iton Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money ndvanred Work pleasant POSIt lIi i trmuiKnt Ki investiiien or exixrinre J quir ed Spare tim yilnfiblv Write il oini rill IIIlrIlj r llCllll II St11 iIII IilttiNaltirE F I Itlake II Chgo grodhcad Marble jOfh BRODHEAO KY Granite and Mrirble Monnmetit Iud Tombstones MitiMctirvd AUBRlCiHT KRANCICD lsit Agents for Iron Kenc D H t IIT Mnine J= tewar7 Iron- lTPFence lifetimeIilghnt M1twArn RORRII4PA1O CINCINNATI O eaalolarCall ted Ire G AX 1lIAL- TACATION TRIP TO YELLO WSTON E PARK PEUSONALLY CON U UCTKJ linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Mnni ou PIKES PEAK Grand River anon Royal Gorge Glen wood Springs Salt Lake City Ogdtn Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can in and 6 DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of his nature has been fully consider jd and minimized so as to be with n easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will leave IJouisvillc Night oj July 25th Kor full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville a K ROBINEP Alt tt Alei went to Mt Vcrnon Monday on btitiiess Theie will be preaching at Corinth ihtmh Saturdav anti Suiday by Rev Dil lard Parker of Red HillW C Johnson is rnnniig his saw mill at lull hlastJohn W Jones will run tVe boarding house erected by Clark W o for their men while work ing liereJoe Forbush returned ir few days ago from Hamilton lire he hiss bell for some time John homas has returned from Lincoln County and is now living on Crooked Creek Sunday and Monday were about the hottest dnyse have ha1 here for some time Irvin Mills has been having a very bod time with his foot which he burned by putting too much car bolic acid on a swollen place caused by a mash The negro nopssit Fort Brow Texas who have been having sncii seions trotib o there have been ordered to lorI Ringgold Texas and Company IJ Twenty sixth In fan try a white rt Ill PithY now at Fort Ringgold has oiren ordered to Fort Brown iIVS IIIIS We itHVroiif liiiinlrii dollars rtnvml fur iii c of sitarrii tlutl rimiol tie cunil y 1111almllI Cliiv IF 1 CHKNKY A Co Tolido OIju tin iindcrsiutird h4I F CliCMcy ir tin Iat liywirsjiiu liclievu liini pirKclly lioriiintlilc in ill liusmc c transii tiins inil tintnciily a h1laIIY litany iililiitiin liy liKliriu- AIOINC KlNXAi t MMVIX Ii1e Dnifjjjists loloilo O rtullyjsnrtaffs of tin systfiu etinuiials scit five ltieeIl a liottlu Sold lIy nil Dru Nts Taki Kalis Family Pills fur tiiiitinii- H A V FEVER AND SU M M E R COLDS Virtinis of hiv fevrr will expv riiuce ynpi lf clit 1r tk tug lo Jevs iloiey anrl Tar as it stops Mftrilr brearhin iinniedi itcly ant lIells iiS illf1illlltd air jsags al1l even if it should fail to cure you it will give you instant relief Ill genuine IS in a velow package Sold by Chas en i lhIrerrncetInanbeirisrln Gd1 ilFVNI alPrSIIOTGUXSlitlo I oufleaeunllnsiit I JYOUjc3nnol rae catI STIVtSS If ICly lIslratla IIIpints mr nitin Ft tIrcecoIor lI3nger J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL IO n CIrCOrEFALLsMAsUSA J- WAOARSON Painter Paperhanger Agnt lor HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALL TAPER II003I- MOlLDINCJS ETC KTC Let tij make you an estimate on work before placing on order All Work Guirannuf M L MYERS Deiitist i Mt Vernon Ky f FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Oli Main St known as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONK No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY cc Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JSTOFFICE On 2ccl floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone S- ojb McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Compete JNEofCasksis Robes c Orcleis by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky Y i i j er WA 9vr trt 4 iet11 x The JChul You Have Altvrys TIougIt niel riiicl has hccn- in uso fOP over O3Vi5 has bmc tc ignatJllc or ftick4 situl has been mu1n Uflilel bis pc- isaI StqHisinn Sieo its um1tmcy- 2C1 tj1C to uja1 tllg All Coimterloits IniHutiouK and H JuUMsgood arc hut ofisewj01hpL O iA CJastorla Ls immiless snl stit te for Castor Oil Pare ItiVorll18IColic Ic relieves flhihg TiMiiJ MJIVS CousLipatiou and Fljttuiicj It assintiJnte the Food regulates the sieepwiGENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS f Bcnrs the Signature of l rj raw flfiT 1 i1i1 t 4il fJIJtJ6 v CJ T rflLuv or ghj u In Use For Over 30 Years vs Munf STr nt f1f m A Happy Home To have happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking IIetc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it 1dAt every drug store in 100 bottles i WRITE US LETTER yourfgLajiMedicine Co Chattanooga Tenn jl lv in ie A y 4 cn i a a A DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She is a line healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I i8if SOUTHWESTThe PROSPER v 0 Arc Ott iiiUhiii ti as uiucii oh your laiiu a ou mtglit iNo doubt you are making all ou can The trouble ti thf land ct too niurh It tales too much ttionev to hnv hiir liII1I iitlSO you art trying to make a hviij on a small farm or perhaps you ire renting one and paying a giotl share of whiii you raise in rtut Wouldnt it he letter to go where the price of good land is so liuir that you can own a big farm payingThere in e thousands of acres of fertile lagd in the Southwest along the line of the Cotton Belt Route tint can be bought for from 3 to 10 an acre This iml is increasing in value each vcar SEE T1IK SOUTHWEST AT SJLIJIJCOSI setVillIliird Tuiisst vs of each inontli you ew puivluisi a round trip ticket to any ratesSlopin Write at onee for free eoples of hooks ilescribiiijr this wonderful eountry and lot full information aliotit cost of tickets etc LCBARRY T P A Cottom Belt Route 82 Todd BHg Louisville Ky IDYLVVILD TIIE BEST PLACE JX ROCMvOASTLK TO BUY Dru3 iationey Cigar Tobcco Paintpj Oiland patent Medicine Diseases of CWfdren A SpecWfy S C DAVIS Prop PHONK No 53 MAIN STKKKT 31T VERNON KY roq7JC p5C r r7 t1 1f GRANVILLE OWENS ft LUNDERTAKER 1 I Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE ftl Holiins Caskets and Robes All Man Telegraph or TeleS phone orders Plomptlyl Filled WA