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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j Published Every Friday f o f r nIr 4 ji1T i tlalYc =XIX MT VERNON ROOKCASTLE COUNTY KY AUG 31 1906r lllElt 4U U y 1 rz4rYI1 v v Yr J Ti d drj t7ii3 Store that 1w saves you from tlJi20t050PFP NT fVIZ 4 OUi l t rotf- i i C1tlr r4IBoots and Shoesri 7rftit U fs J1 Goods h tAy Groceriesr ls Queensware Hardware t =Tj shl rA w i CALICO JUc 4r lo U rents t yard o 1I11NNS t i1itmall the dollar v jli41 tt Lnilic fine oisute at Ii ccnte e icli r- g V regardless of Cost hrJ y U- rl l E = = hI- T redAtMt f T rl irLlr r t 3 tagSU1sN W RememberK KSWK mi y tt Kwality Kouot1 Clothing is goodsra that have ever been shown in r roe kcase County 1s 1 IJ It will Pad7 you to come toy Mount Vernon to da 1ff I l 1 some of these Bargains w Look f Our Winows rif al1dsee what a fine Hat v you can buy for 49 ctsi I JufCed l Comenaiii wfF L aKt i I At U e r 1ff7IwI3f J S1r2 rr STATE NEWS iTEMS 11- PART OF THE ASSETS Are Revoked Licenses Say Saloon MenWill Contest Mayors Act Lexington KyTlie saloon men of this cit who have suffered by the re vokation of their license through the actions of Mayor Thomas A Combs have engaged attorneys and will make z fight through the courts to test the legality of the act whereby the mayor was given power to revoke their li cense The contention will be made that the revokation of a saloon license is a violation of property rights in that the license is a part of the sa loons assets and may be sold the same jus any other property So far since the placing on of the lid by Mayor Combs there have been six saloon men hail their license revoked and it is said all of them will he party vlain tiffs in the action to be taken Although Mayor Thomas A Combs has offered a reward of 20 for infor mation leading to the arrest and con viction of any saloon keeper violating the Sunday closing law there is hardly a Sunday bat that some do not take a cliance ABANDONED MINES Taken Over by Kentucky Capitalists Who Will Push Development Lexington KyThe Waldcnsia Coal N Coe Co with holdings of 5000 acres Sine coal lands in Eastern Ten vuvisee has tiled articles of incorpora lion in his city where the head offices nf the new concern will be located ae promoters are W E Cassidy pros lent C Thompson vhe preii ant anl general mrnager and R ek on sea letary iul treasurer Mr- clcson is piesiJent of the First Xu- nul Lank of itndmi Ky while Thompson is an Eastern III Ine owner The property of the wnpany rei events in outlay of OI 0 spent by six millionaire capitalists f Chicago several years ago in heiolopuunt a It was not operated i successfully as the Chicago invest r desired it was put on the market tcr the death of Henry Weaver who ns general inunajjer KNOCKS POISON BOTTLE zrn Cothc s Hand but He Recover it jinJ Hiis i3 Life miL ville rJohn Nolan a var ililier mall a second and successful tempt to commit suicide with car lie acid Domestic trouble was the Muse At 10 oclock Nolan was It tins with his mother and sister iiss Mary Nolan talking about his iculilcs Suddenly he drew a bottle rrm his pocket and placed it to his Spa Before he could drink hurt ill portion his slue knocked the ole out of his hand and through time viulov Nolan lane out of the house picked np the battle drank what remained of the poison and died iotly afterward LAST DAUGHTER Of a Revolutionary Soldier in Ken tucky is Dead at Edmonton Glasgow TyMrs Lavinia Rogers Ray widow of J F Ray deceased and the last daughter of a revolutionary soiilier in Kentucky died yesterday at EdIml1udstaff of Gen Wedcn and served at the battles of Green Springs Jamestown and Yorktown Col Rogers surveyed antI laid out the town of Edmonton iow called Edmonton which was ranted for him and where his tel will be burietIIITogdenville Ky Roy charged with killing Joseph Stisenick of Kewanee ilk was arrested by Sher iff Howell on orders from authorities of that place The necessary author Sty for holding him upon said charge not being produced he was brought before County Judge Howell this after corpusIto release him which was done Young Bailey left town immediately Hotel Man Shot Fulton KyLouis C Ramer who is in charge of a hotel at Moscow was shot and fatally wounded by an un known man who was disorderly Ra mer was attempting to quiet the stran ger when the latter fired three shots into his body Sold the Plant Owensboro KyTime plant of the Owensboro Forging Company was sold under the hammer It was bought by Henry Berry for 25000 and represents 67000 J C Coss of Columbus Ohio was one of the principal stockholders Two Boys and a Girl Louisville KyMrs Charles Mob ley wife of a baggage master on the Illinois Central at her first accouch ment presented her husband with trip lets two boys and a girl The babies- are of normal size the total weight being about 22 pounds Through His Heart Louisville Ky While cleaning a pistol Russell Blrkhead 17 was shot through the heart Young Birkhead is the son of William Blrl head of Bards town It Is supposed the boy didnt know the gun was loaded OAJSTO t T Roars lllgeature of A czJ DATES FIXED For Winchester Meeting of the State Development Convention Louisville Ky Arrangements were made for the State Development Convention to be held in Yincnesior this lull John Farra was elected chair man of the meeting A Y Ford R E Hughes nail Hubert Vieeland of Louis ville were present in person and J N Kehoe C J B Norwood and W S ilaikins of Prestonburg were reyre seiite1 by proxy Judge Ami Denton was elected vice chairman October 10 11 and 12 were selected as time dues for the convention The coal mines and big lumber mills along the Kentucky River will be visited A prize of 50 will be given the district send lug the largest delegation Fa Senator Vm Liudsay will be asked to preside at the Winchester meeting Prof I II Baily of Cornell University will be invited to talk on horticulture and fruits It was announced that Winchester had donated 1500 for the entertainment ot the visitors The Louisville Commercial Club will at tend The club entertained the visit ing delegates from Winchester at a banquet in the Seelbach Hotel HIS NECKTIE Driven Into a Tree When Farrald Was Killed by Lightning Lexington KyThe remains of W B Ferrald traveling representative for time MontenegroRiehm Music Co who was killed in Wolfe county by light uiiig were shipped to his former home in Carter county Ferrald lied been working in the mountains and was re turning 10 Torrent to take a train home when a thunderstorm came up end he took shelter under a tree Hi body was burned from head to foot His ntcktie was driven into the bark of the tree which was some 10 fret from where he was standing His left shoulder was broken and his watch smashed in his pocket The gold rim holding the crystal was melted an hind run into the fare of the watch which stopped nt 110 oclock Ferrald hal J0 in paper bills in his vest pockot and all the bills save one were burned to a crisp Ferrald leaves a widow and four children BOOTLEGGER Are Run Down in Kentucky By trUnited States Hevnooes Columbia Ky Revenue oSIicer have been making it hot for whisk bootleggers in this section of the country in the last week Deputy United States Marshal C J Caiulif of Louisville arrested the folIe win persons and brought them befou United State Commissioner F R Win trey cf this city who held them the Federal Court Sally Ann Shoema ken Green county Hattie Willis Adair county Joseph Yates Adah county Sallie Bradshaw colore Adair county Gideon Sliced Alai county and Sl leI Willis colored Adair county Deputy Marshal Cundif will leave for L uisvillc tomorro morning with his prisoners MURDER IS SCENTED In the Violent Death of an Unldentl fied Young Man Paducah liyAn unidentified young man was found dying in the weeds in a remote part of the city Without regaining consciousness lie expired ai the city hospital His skull wa crashed in several places He was well dressed but had nothing on hir by which he could be identified The police believe he was killed in a house of ill repute Coroner Frank Eakei buricvi the Remit but the police ofii cials do not understand why this way done They talk of having the hod ixhnnic and embalmed that it inav be identified 132rth Wants the Oratory Louisville Ky Mayor Paul C Baith has sent letters to Gov Beck ham and Senator James B McCreary asking them to open their joint debate in Louisville The mayor assured governor and the senator that they would have great crowds to hear them Stabbed Six Times Richmond Ky Crutchcr Sophcr a young farmer of this county was probably fatally stabbed by Thos Brown a young man of Ford Sopher was stabbed six tunes in the region of time heart The fight took place at the house of Emma Kings Paynter Would Not Talk Louisville Ky Thomas H Paynter United States Senator from Kentucky passed through the city en route from a Michigan summer resort to Frank fort I do not know any politics said Senator Paynter Editor John B Dryden Dead Frankfort KyJohn B Dryden C5 editor and owner of the Frankfort Eve ning Call died of dropsy Ho was a federal soldier in the civil war and served as lieutenant in Capt Pages company A widow three daughters and three sons survive him IBeaten and Robbed Glasgow Ky Eugene Weather of Scottsville Allen County Ky was beaten and robbed of 100 by a high wayman while en route home from the Baptist association near Scotts ville It is feared ho will die jJLGPPB iiS FATHER TO DEATH jOR MOrZY THEN BOY WHEELED TIE CORPSE AWAY Throwing It Into An AlleyPolice Ar rested Him As He Calmly Sprinkled the Lawn Spokane Wash lag 29 Sidney joane 17yearold son of James R- ioane a pioneer merchant of the orthwest is held in the city jail lure choppedisfamily residence The boy who was usantly eager lor money thought that his rather had 500 with him from the ale of some mining stock Evidently the deed was planned with cool deliberation The lad spent the evening in a downtown cafe with fortlisy an outside stairway to the bedroom himselfApparently llOlesounds from other octuiis of the house Then going doe n the back stairs he got an ax from i neighbors Iwoodllileanl returning stealthily cut to pieces as he slept Tossed Body in An Alley To hide the crime the boy made It appear like highway murder In a wheelbarrow he conveyed the body of his father nearly two blocks at mid night through the street In the busi ness district Then he tossed the body into an alley in the rear of hi barn Returning home he washed the floor of his fathers room scrubbed the bloody stairs hid the rugs and at breakfast he was calmly sprinhlln whyhisThe police suspected him from his Inability to conjure up the semblance of real grief when told that the body had been found He was arrested and soon confessed lie has told several tales one that he did it to get the money and he showed 50 which hi took from time corpse Another stony was that the two had quarreled ove the smother INDIVIDUAL ASSETS Of Standard Oil Men Under the Sherman Act the Next Move Chicago Aug 29Time United States government asked the Standard 01 Co Dickens famous question What will he do with it It means tho tremendous indictment returned Mon day against the oil combino It is stated that tacitly the company has agree i to accept service Attorney Morrison left lucre for SL Paul where he will confer with Attorney Frank Kellogg as to subsequent prosecutions which will involve the prosecution of individual officials ot the oil company under the provisions of the Sherman act implying jail sentences New York St Paul Cleveland and Chicago are being considered na points at which this branch of the fight will be prosecuted HANDIWORK Like Jack the Rippers Done on a Woman in New York New York Aug 2ftA woman known as Mrs Annie Moore was found murdered in a furnished room in Sec ond street She had been slashed in a manner suggesting the work of Jack Ui Jtipper NO weapon was found irl there were few blood marks around ic rant few Moore who had posed is time womans husband was held by he police on suspicion It was he who notified time police of the murder Moore said he and the woman hind been living together for seven years Moa es sou Edward IS was ares tell as a vitnes but is held without bail to await the action of the grand jury Appomattox Booming Richmond Va Aug 2flThe Appo mattox river took a sudden rise and is still rising The wharves at Peters burg are under water flooding a num her of business houses in the lower section of the city and doing consider able damage Pickle Factory Burned St Paul Aug 29Fire which started in the warehouse of the Heinze Pickle Co destroyed the plant and the large factory of the American Can Co Total loss estimated at 241000 of which 200000 is on the American Can Cos plant- Loeb Says Its Not True Oyster Bay Aug WIn view of public statements that President Roosevelt had made known his intend ed policy toward Cuba in the present revolution there Secretary Loeb said that any such statements were entire ly without foundation Riot at Polling Place Montgomery Ala Aug 29At New site Tallahoosa county Chas Cook was killed and his son George proba bly fatally wounded by John C Crowe who was also wounded About 15 shots were exchanged betwen Crowo and the Cooks at the polling place Caught in the Act Sorento Ill Aug 2tk Vm Lyons alias Frank Rose an escaped convict frmo the Michigan City Ind pen who three weeks ago was surrounded at Charleston Ill but escaped was cap tuned here as he was about to blow up the Beeson Bank building Strikers on a Rampage Santander Spain Aug 29The strikers at Camargo are destroying the mines and railways have been pillaged of their dyaamite stores A squadron of cavalry has left for the scene of trouble at Camargo jt l eOIIii Established 1887 VOLUME FK1DAY HON JOHN B CHENAULT Who is a candidate for Cerk of the Court of Appeals subject to the Dent icrilic primary to be held Nov 6 Should we search thu State from one end to the other we could not find a more suitable man for the place Mr Chenault whose home is in Richmond has for many years been one of the foremost Democrats in fighting the battles of his party and served one term as Insurance Commissioner of the State In Hon John B Chenault Rockcastle citizens have always found a rue and loyal friend and to us it is a great pleasure to hive the privilege Ifcasting our vote for him in the coming primary MARETBURG The sick in this neighborhood hav ten trjj Joln Jones is hacking staves here now Josiah Mullins has sold his faint to some South Carolina parties Recent reports from Misses Mollie Brown and Mollie Houk who are sick in the infirtnan at Louisville hae them much hetterMrs Ann e Hendricson has returned to her home in Pineville after two weeks visit to her parents Mrs Martha Lewis visited her daughter Mrs f McCall last Tuesday Master Herbert Hall and sister Zelma are spending a few weeks with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Jonas BrownMrs Alice Lewis nee Bethurm writes from Bair Neb that she and her husband think of spending the winter in Kentucky Our school under the good management of Sam Chandler promises successHro Karr of Curbin is expected to fill his regular appoint fluent at the church Saturday and Sunday also union singing at the church Sundav in which several lasses are invited and expected to join and have a good time Every hody invited Mrs J McCall spent Saturday and Sunday at Hazel Patch with her husband and daughter 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 few doses of Chamberlaina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fol lowed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev IL 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 tor summer disorders in children Sold by Chas L Davis Mt Vernon K y QUAIL LancasterIMonday a very con LiVlllgs1tonand Sunday expected in this place very soon W Stringer has been visiting his brother near Jelltco Mrs Wm Brown of near Ottawa died Saturday morning She has been a sufferer for some time of a com plicftion of diseases The remains were interred in the Providence cemetery Saturday Miss Ella Doss of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting relatives here Why does the sun burn Why does a musquitiv sting Vhy do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum mer time TimetAnswer we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look lor the name on the box to get the genu ine Hold by Chas C Davis SPI RO Freedom school is progressing nicely with W H Owens as teach erMiss Mollif Parker of Mobile Ala is visiting her sister Mrs Bert Owensi Mrs Sophia Owens visited friends at Brodhead Mon dayMr and Mrs Fred Hahn have returned from Fort Wayne Ind where they have been visiting their daughter for a few days Andrew McKinney spent last Sat u day night and Sunday with friends in this place Mr and M s Charles Hahn of Crab Orchard visit d relatives here Saturday and Sunday Willie Cummins has re turned to his home in Berea after spending a few days with friends W H Owens our hustling merchant is getting a good t ade Dont forget the singing at Mart burg Sunday Everybody must Ko and take a basket of dinner Farmer Brown bad apples green hanging on a tree- Jonnte spied themIll take two one for you and me When twa over mother said Now run out and play Lucky for you that Cascasweet was in the house today Just what is in Cascasweet is on the bottle in plain English 50 dos es 25 cents Sold by Chas C Da vis Leading druggist Mt Vernon RESOLUTIONS Whereas Almighty God in His infinite wisdon weakened our fra ternal chain by suddenly removing from our midst our brother Thomas Daniels who was killed in a rail road accident at Somerset Ky August 14 1906 therefore be it RESOLVED That we extend to the bereaved family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in their great affliction and recommend them for consolation to our Heavenly Father who is a husband to the widow and a father to the orphan that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minutes a copy sent to the family ot the deceased and a copy sent to the Interior Journal and Signal for publication L W BETHURUM U G BAKER J A LANTJRUM Committee CORE i COLD IN ONE DAI ITO LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2 ccts IThe christening of the son of Prince and Crown Princess William born July 4th took place at Postdam Wednesday evening IN SELF DEFENSE May or Hamm Editor of the Con stitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklers Aruica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days no trouble since Quickest land of Burns Sores Cuts and 25C at all drug stores L r 6 I 4 Published Every Friday tf I II J dtl tnletln01J iJIll v I VULU11IL NiiMTVERffON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY oza KY FB1DAY AUG 31 1906 f 8u I r r rj f vJ Y + c JLc Ji 9r rAc vcfJ 4v l ha Store thatIN saves you from J 1 k 2nrt0 If p k9 itJIIMiU Ci NT ys t Oil Your Purchases of ClothinglI7 t 9 l f7Boots and Shoes3 r f M Hats and Gap- sFurnishing jJ 1 Goods 1 J 7 V aa 4m1 4Vy s Queensware y Hardware 1 a d = = = Q t t ladys I fV LA Htt 0 ijcnts the dollar JkJio i it 100 Ljulios lino Coisote tt1 ll ivjiifc each + t 1 t All Summer Clouds go regardless of Cost i qi4 Yf r UOi q Fo p red- n I J ar l Our I 1IOCrstock of Kc T t t q ri- r t ui w 3 4Remember 8dlity Kount18 Clothing is rr the finest best tailored goods ithat have ever been shown in Q C CountyiJci It will pay you to tome totf 1 eIf I isome of these Bargains w 1 = iw =J t f Lookaf Our Windows i r H al1dsee what a fine Hat 11 you can buy for 49 CtS i Nufeo a Come Di See i U I r y r tiw t t UtJ v m L CSTATE NEWS ITEMS 11 = gfcS2SgljPgJjj n j IPART OF THE ASSETS Are Revoked Licenses Say Saloon MenWill Contest Mayors Act Lexington KyThe saloon men of this cit who have suffered by the re theJrr Have engaged attorneys and will make a fight through the courts to test the ljcense The contention will be made licensed2 that the license is a part of the sa sautehasMiuyorCombs itbtiffs in the action to be token Al Although Mayor Thomas A Combs has offered a reward of 20 for infor mal Son lending to the arrest and con viction of any saloon keeper violating the Sunday closing law there is hardly a Sunday hat that some do not take a etlneIa ABANDONED MINES J Taken Over by Kentucky Capitalists Who Will Push Development j Lexington ltv7ite Waldonsia Coal Cans Co with holdings of 5000 ares line coal lands in Eastern Ten nee has fled articles of incorpora I lion in ihis city where the head offices nf the new concern will be located ae promoters are W E Cassidy pros lent 11 C Thompson vIe preii at ail general nirna er and M kson se ietary nl treasurer Mr ckson is pt esi ant of the First Xu dHal Lank of London Ky while l1 Kentuvflo11I11Ir rep e cuts an outlay of 80 0 spent y six mniioiiaire capitalists f Chicago several years ago in de oloptiunt hat as H was not operated sucfLsafnlly aa the Chicago invest ii desired it was put on the market whoIKNOCKS POISON BOTTLE sm nthcs Hama but He Recov c s it cnil ttts His Life jJupvllo KrJchn Nolan a var licr niado a second and successful tempt to commit suicide with carI tic acid Domestic trouble was the Miise At 100 oclock Nolan was tting with his mother and sister liSi Mary Nolan talking about his iculsles Suddenly he drew a bottle nan his pocket and placed it to his ipj Before he could drink but portion his sister knocked the roiIe out of his hand cud through the vliiiov Xolan united out of the house picket up the battle drank what remained of the poison and died ioily afterward LAST DAUGHTER Of a Revolutionary Soldier In Ken tucky is Dead at Edmonton Glasgow KyMrs Lavinia Rogers Ray widow of J F Ray deceased and the last daughter of a revolutionary soldier in Kentucky died yesterday at her horre at Edmonton Mctcalte county aged IK Her father Col dImewl Hoars was a courier on stall of Gen Wedcn and served at the battles of Glean Springs Jamestown and Yorktown Col Rogers surveyed and laid out the town of Edmunton iow rolled Edmonton which was named for him and where his daughter will be buried Alleged Slayer Set Free Hogdenville Ky Roy Bailey charged with killing Joseph Stisenick of Kewanee Ill was arrested by Shor iff Howell on orders from authorities of that place The necessary author chargeinot bomb produced was before County Judge Howell this after COllIUSIto release him which was done Young Ballet left town immediately Hotel Man Shot Fulton KyLouis C Ramer who is in charge of a hotel at Moscow was shot and fatally wounded by an un known man who was disorderly Ra mer was attempting to quiet the stran gel when the latter fired three shots into his body Sold the Plant Owensboro KyThe plant of the Owensboro Forging Company was under thy hammer It was soldI Henry Berry for 25000 and represents 07000 J C Coss of Columbus Ohio was one of the principal stockholders Two Boys and a Girl ouisvllle KyMrs Charles Mob ley wife of a baggage master on the Illinois Central at her first accouclf ment presented her husband with trip lets two boys and a girl The babies are of normal size the total weight being about 22 pounds Through His Heart Louisville Ky While cleaning a pistol Russell Blrkhead 17 was shot through the heart Young Birkhead is the son of William Birkhead of Bards town It is supposed the boy didnt know the gun was loaded OASTOD1ABoars the A DATES FIXED For Winchester Meeting of the State Development Convention Louisville Ky Arrangements were made for the State Development Convention to be held in Uincuesiur this tall John Karra was elcetel chair iiau of thy meeting A Y Ford R E lughes and Hubert Viecland of Louis vile were present in person and J X Kehoe C J B Norwood and W S Ilarkins of Prestonburg were repre sentei by proxy Judge A j1 Demon was elected vice chairman 10 11 and 12 were selected Octobej dates for the convention mines and big lumber mills along the Kentucky River will be visited A prize of 50 will be given the district send lug the largest delegation Forme Senator Visi Lindsay will be asked to mcetiugProfwill be invited to talk on horticulture and fruits It was announced that Winchester had donated 1500 for the entertainment ot the visitors The atIbanquet in the Seolbnch Hotel HIS NECKTIE Driven Into a Tree When Farrald Was Killed by Lightning Lexington KyThe remains of W B Ferrald traveling representative for the MontenegroRiehm Iusic Co who was killed in Wolfe county by light ning were shipped to his former homo in Carter county Ferrald had been working in the mountains and was re trainIHis ntcktie was driven into the bark of the tree which was some 10 feet from where he was standing His loft waiehIholding the crystal was melted air had run into the face of the watch which stopped at 110 oclock Ferrald hind iO in paper bills in his vest 1tack and all the bills save one were burned to a crisp Ferrald leaves a widow and four children BOOTLEGGERS Are Run Down in Kent cky Ry trUnited States Hovnooes Columbia Ky Revenue olficer have beets making it hot for whiskbootleggers iu this section of the Country in the last week Deputy United States Marshal C1 Candid of Louisville arresteI the folio win efOllIker Green county Rattle Willis Adair county Joseph Yates Adaii cmmty Sallie Bradshaw colore Adair county Gideon Sliced Ada county and Sanuiel Willis colored Adair county Deputy Marshal Candir will leave for Louisville tomorro morning with his prisoners IMUR R IS SCENTED In the Violent Death of an UnJdent fied Young Man Paducah KyAn unidentified young man was found dying in the weeds in a remote part of the city Without regaining consciousness he expired ai the lilY hospital His skull wa crushed in several places lIe wa well dressed but had nothing on lilt by which he could be identified The police believe he was killed in a house of ill repute Coroner Frank Eakei buried the body but the police oIH vials ik not understand why this was done They talk of having the boilj 1rixhuuiea and embalmed that it may bo identified Erth Wants the Oratory Louisville Ky Mayor Paul C Earth has sent letters to Goy Berk ham and Senator Tames B McCreary asking thorn to open their joint debate in Louisville The mayor assured th governor and the senator that they would have great crowds to hear them Stabbed Six Times Richmond IyCautcher Sopher a young farmer of this county was prob ably fatally sta bcd by Thos Brown a young man of Ford Supper wa stabbed six times in the region of the heart The fight took place at the house of Emma Kings Paynter Would Not Talk Louisville KyThomas H Paynter United States Senator from Kentucky passed through the city en route from a Michigan summer resort to Frank fort I do not know any politics said Senator Paynter Editor John B Dryden Dead Frankfort KyJohn B Dryden C5 editor and owner of the Frankfort Evening Call died of dropsy He was federal soldier in the civil war an served as lieutenant in Capt Page s daughteriIBeaten and Robbed Glasgow Ky Eugene Weather Scottsville Allen County Ky was beaten and robbed of 100 by a high wayman while en route home from the Baptist association near Scott s dieI DEATHiIOR MOfZY THEN BOY WHEEL ED TIE CORPSE AWAY Throwing It Into An Alleypolice Ar rested CalmlySprinxled Spokane Wash Aug 29 Sidney wane 17yearold son of Janus F thetn his own confession that he chopped thefamilynsanely eager for money thought that nis father had 500 with him from the sale of some mining stock Evidently the deed was planned with teal deliberation The lad spent the withfriendshis upbyhhnselfApparCntly IIthethehousestairs he got an ax from u jieigiibord cuthisAlleyTo It appear like highway murder In a orhisnight through the street In the bust thehotlybarn Returning home he washed the thehloollyspriiahchlnthe nightTheinability to conjure up the semblance bodYhadsoon confessed lie has told several tales one that he did it to get the nionoy and he showed 50 which ho took from the corpse Another story was that the two had quarreled ove the mother INDIVIDUAL ASSETS Of Standard Oil Men Under the Slier man Act the Next Move Chicago Aug 29Tile United States government asked the Standard 01 Co Dickens famous question What will he do with ithIt means tho tremendous indictment returned Mon day against the oil combine It is stated that tacitly the company tans agrool to accept service Attorney Morrison left here for St Paul where he will confer with Attorney Frank B Kellogg as to subsequent prosecutions which will involve the prosecution of individual officials of the oil company under the provisions of the Sherman act implying jail sen tences New York St Paul Cleveland and Chicago are being considered as points at which this branch of the fight will be prosecuted HANDIWORK Like Jack the Rippers Done on a Woman in New York New York Aug 2flA woman known as Mrs Annie Moore was found murdered in a furnished room in Sec ond street She had been slashed in a manner suggesting the work of Jack th nipper Nn weapon was found iil tuere were few blood marls around iio rccntlats Moore who had posed is tno womans husband was held by he police on suspicion It was he who notified the police of the murder Moore said he and the woman had been living together for seven years Moores son Edward 1S was arcsted as a witness but is held without bail to await the action of the grand jury Appomattox Booming Richmond Va Aug 29The Appo mattox river took a sudden rise and is still rising The wharves at Peters burg are under water flooding a num her of business houses in the lower section of the city and doing considerable damage Pickle Factory Burned St Paul Aug 29Jire which start ed in the warehouse of the Heinxe Pickle Co destroyed the plant and the large factory of the American Can 211000aof which 200000 is on the American Can Cos plant- Loeb Says Its Not True Oyster Bay Aug 9In view of public statements that President Roosevelt had made known his intend presentsthat any such statements were entirely without foundation Riot at Polling Place Montgomery Ala Aug 29At New site Tallahoosa county Chas Cools was killed and his son George proba bly fatally wounded by John C Crowe who was also wounded About 15 shots were exchanged betwen Crowo and the Cooks at tho polling place Caught in the Act Sorento Ill Aug 29Wm Lyons alias Frank Rose an escaped convict whodago was capsas was up the Beeson Bank building ofStrikers on a Rampage Santander Spain Aug 29The strikers at Camargo are destroying the mines and railways have been pillaged of their dyiamitc stores A squadron of cavalry has left for the scene of trouble at Camargo riI1 IlI r IW iJ Established 1887 NUMllElt 4J HON JOHN B CHENAULT Vho is a candidate for Cerk of the Court of Appeals subject to the Dem critic primary to be held Nov 6 Should we search the State from end to the otherone we could not find a more suitable man for the place Mr Chenault whose home is in Richmond has for many years been one of the foremost Democrats in fighting the battles of his party and served one term as Insurance Commissioner of the State In Hon John B Chenault Rockcastle citizens have always found a rue and loyal friend and to us it is a great pleasure to bve the privilege of casting our vote for him in the coming primary MARETBURG The sick in this neighborhood havtr tau ircJ Join junes is bucking staves here now Josiab Mullins has sold his faint to some South Carolina parties Recent reports from Misses Mollie Brown and Mollie Houk who are sick in the infirmary at Louisville hae them much hetterMrs Ann e Ilendricson has returned to her home in Pineville after two weeks visit to her parentsMrs Martha Lewis visited her daughter Mrs I McCall last TuesdayMaste Herbert Hall and sister Zelma are spendiig a few weeks with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Jonas BrownMrs Alice Lewis nee Bethurm writes from B air Neb that she and her husband think of spending the winter lit Kentucky Our school under the good man agement of Sam Chandler promises a success Bro Karr of Corbin is xpected to fill his regular appoint meat at the church Saturday and Sunday also union singing at the church Sunday in which several lasses are invited and expected to join and have a good time Every body initedMrs J McCall spent Saturday and Sunday at Hazel Patch with her husband and aughter 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 few doses of Chamberlaina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M 0 Stocklaud 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 o summer disorders in children Sol by Chas L Davis Mt Vernon Ky QUAIL M F Craig was in Lancaster Monday on business Zach Payne still remains in a very critical con dition John Walton of Livings ton visited relatives here Saturday and SundayAnother wedding is expected in this place very soou I W Stringer has been visiting his brother near Jelhco Mrs Wm Brown of near Ottawa died Saturday morning She has bees a sufferer for some time of a com plication of diseases The remains were interred in the Providence cemetery Saturday Miss Ella Doss of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting relatives here Why does the sun burn Why does a musquit sting Why do feel unhappy in the Good Old Sn mer time Time Answer we don t We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills don t bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genu ine Sold by Chas C Davis SPIRO Freedom school is progressing nicely with W H Owens as teach erMIss Mollie Parker of Mobile Ala is visiting her sister Mrs Bert OwensMrs Sophia Owens visited friends at Brodhead Mon dayMr and Mrs Fred Hahn have returned from Fort Wayne Ind where they have been visiting their daughter for a few days Andrew McKinney spent last Sat u day night and Sunday with friends in this place Mr and M s Orchardrrelatives here Saturday and Sunday Willie Cummins has re turned to his home in Berea after spending a few days with friends W H Owens our hustling mer chant is getting a good tade Dont forget the singing at Man burg Sunday Everybody must Ko and take a hasket of dinner greenhangingJonnie spied themrU take two one for von and me When twa over mother said Now run out and play Lucky for you that Cascasweet was in the house today Just what is in Cascasweet is on the bottle in plain English 50 dos es 25 cents Sold by Chas C Davis Leading druggist Mt Vernon RESOLUTIONS TWhereas Almighty God in His infinite wisdon weakened our fra ternal chain by suddenly removing from our midst our brother Thomas Dauiel who was killed ina rail road accident at Somerset Ky August 14 1906 therefore be it RESOLVED That we extend to the bereaved family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in their great affliction and recommend them for consolation to our Heavenly Father who is a husband to the widow and copyrof these resolutions be spread upon our minutes a copy sent to the family ot the deceased and a copy sent to the Interior Journal and Signal for publication L Wl BETHURDM GBAKRRI CORE i COLD IN ONE Oil ITO LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund WIJz cts The christening of the son of Crown Prince and Crown Prince William born July 4th took place Jat Postdam Wednesday evening IN SELF DEFENSE May or Hamui Editor of the Con Kymboxlhe says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25C at all drug stores I MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY AUG 21 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising vales made known on application TIlE citizens of the town are be ginning to inquire why the board of trustees are not making some of the improvements on the streets Thev have the money and the people want to see some results Since the present board took control there has been but very little kicking everybody paid their taxes so far as we know and if they have nut it is the duty of the marshal to see that they do pay the stock was all taken off the streets without a murmur and in fact every order of the board has been obeyed and it is now time for the trustees to begin making a little showing If some thing is not done in the way of im proving the streets we believe the citizens are justifiable in entering la strong protest against the collection of taxes without any benefits Win ter will soon be here and the time for making improvements will be gone and by next spring all the money will be spent for marshals nhary and paying of old claims which are growing more numerous every hour in the day A more business like administration is what the people want what they have a right to demand and nothing less will satisfy them Bell Telephone Monopoly at HarrodsburgFr- om Harrodsburjj Democrat The City Council says that no body can have the telephone fran chise but the East Tennessee mon opolyThe City Council says that it will not consider a bid coming from any other source The City Council says that the people must pay the E T its rates and pour 27003 year extra money into its purse The City Council defies the will of the people and complies with every wish of the big corporation The City Council refuses to con sider the bid of local capitalists made to protect the people from ex orbitant charges and stands stub bornly for corporate power and corporate greed The City Council says it has had no deal or understanding with the E T Company but It is willing to give it a practical monopoly at 40 per cent more than the same service is offered for refuses to consider anyone else holds caucuses with its representa tives determines in advance and in secret what it will do for the cor poration turns a deaf ear to the de mands and the appeals of the peo ple and The corporation without a franchise in the face of the fact that it is a tresspasser and another has purchased the right proceeds to bring in carloads of poles and cross arms puts up new lines and installs in instruments defies popular will and ignores popular right and finally prepares and flings at the Council for passage an outrageous and insulting contract with high rates and monopolistic provisions Such in concrete form is the situation in Harrodsburg The City Council at its meeting Tues day night repudiated the purchase of the telephone franchise by Mr capitalists TelephoneCompany goincorporation remains to be seen Although it was the regular meet ing night of the City Council it was decided Tuesday morning at a cret caucus that the franchise sale would be turned down and that thatnighton the streets It the object was to mislead the people and keep them from attending the council meeting it failed They have learned that eternal vigilance is indeed the price of liberty here abouts and they were at the council meeting good and strong Mr Hall from Louisville manager of the East Tennessee Telephone Com pany was on hand too seeming to L have been kept better advised than the people here at home After the routine business was gone through with Mr F P James brought to the attention of the Council the fact that he had pur chased the telephone franchise at auction Monday and exhibited his receipt for the purchase price paid to the City Treasurer and offered his bond for the fulfillment of the contract He suggested that if there was any objections or ques tions as to the value of the bond he would have names added to make it good for a quarter million dollars Mayor Thompson said that there was no question as to the suffiden cy of the bond or the responsibility or character of the purchasers Councilman F P McGarvey noved that the sale to Mr James and his associates be approved AI though several times called for by the Mayor there was no secod to the motion However Councilm m J M Board Sr took the flour to say that he was opposed to letting the franchise to the home people asserting that you aint got noth ing to sell Mr McGarvey made a warm plea for his motion saying that the Council had offered the franchise for sale it had been bought in good faith by citizens amply able to carry out their contract and worthy of every consideration and he could not conceive of how the Council couldstultify itself by repudiating its own acts and turning down its home people Mr McGnrvey said that no deal could be made with the Company that he had repeatedly tried to get them to do the fair thing by the people that Mr Hall bad flatly re fused to make any concessions that the bid offered must be accepted or else a complete surrender be made to the corporation Immediately upon the announce ment of the vote rejecting the bid Manager Chatham offered for the E T Company an ordinance pro viding for a sale of the franchise for twenty years Mr Chas A Hardin denouucerl the measure offered by the E T Company as an outrage upon the people and an insult to the intelli gence and patriotism of the City Council He spoke with great fer vor and eloquence and appealed to the Councilmen to consider their own duty and honor and the wel fare of the people and to fling back the insult into the face of the grasp ing corporation At the conclusion of his remarks there was a veritable storm of applause Mr Hall practically admitted Mr Hardins charges The ordinance was referred to Councilmen Ensminger and Smith and the meeting adjourned Here followed copy ot the pro posed franchise This remarkable document is worthy of careful consideration First it will be noted that it pro vides that the sale shall be to the highest and best bidder which gives those who favor the E T Company full latitude to give them the franchise no matter who or what others may bid It will be noted too that the right of the Council to reject their bid in case tbey are the only bidder is not re tained in the ordinance Next is the granting of the mon opoly for twenty years The liberality of the corporation in al lowing our citizens to erect private wires for their own convenience for which no toll rents or other compensation shall be charged is notable Another apparently lib eral provision is that the Council may permit another to maintain a single telephone or telegraph wire connecting us with the out side world This is really a grasp ing limitation of the toll service of the Home Telephone Company which now has one wire into the city and of the Western Union Telegraph or any other telephone or telegraph company It is in direct conflict with the Constitution and laws of the State It tightens the grip of the corporation upon the throats of our people Next the Company is required to give only good and efficient ser vice and that is a term which the Company may construe as it pleases It holds that we have a good and efficient service now and when aI subscriber complains the order is given to cut out his instrument Complaints made on affidavits get this sort of recognition Everybody knows that the local service ist outrageously poor and that little effort is made to accommodate the subscribers Yet the Company is now charging many people fifty percent snore than the price al lowed by Inmchise In this con ueciiou it should be noted that no provision to protect the patrons out in the county either on price or service is made On the contrary the Company reserves its arbitrary tbeIprOls10U re atIe to the care 0 instruments payments ot rents etc If the subscriber complains he can be cut ontr at will under the claim that he does not comply fflinand so on and so on Next follows the maximum rate of 50 for private residence phones and 2 50 for all others This clause authorizes the Com piiiy to charge that rate but aII toyIa jither comuanv It provides tllltIihi Company may establish stations within the itand force people to pay five cents per tries Sige and limits the Councils pOWlr to egulate rates to eight per cent profit on the Companys watered stockThen take a look at the provision which allows the Company to cut out any andall telephone service at will for a term of three months forIfeitingis powerless to forfeit the franchise or admit another company until tour months hive expired The people who are so afraid of losing telephone service should porder this provision We will have to be real good or our teltphone serI vice may be cut out altogether and we left without connection with the outside world even as Mr Cald well threatened to do a few weeks agoAnd then followed what some people have called a suggestion of bribe to a community In spite of the Constitution and statutory pro visions against exclusive privileges the Company offers to pay three per cent to the city so long as it is the only person firm or corpora tion authorized to transact tele phone business in Harrodsburg But this is only on receipts of the local exchange Is this an effort to run out the now existing Home telephone line Would the Company pay the city a cent under that clause so long as the Home Com pany has a wire here and trans acts telephone business in Har rodsburg It is a serious and subtle proposition The people of Harrodsburg are unanimous excepting the City Council in their opposition to such a franchise They will not submit to it They will find a means of pro tecting themselves They are still hoping that the Cit Council will do them justice and give them a fair deal The gentlemen who have led the tight for a square deal and fair rates are not moved by any selfish motive They are not desirous of en gaging in the telephone business They are simply striving to protect the people 1 hey have offered to make a present of the franchise pur chase to Mr Hall and his company if they will accept it and carry out its provisions furnish phones at i for residences and 2 for business houses etc and to lose the money paid for it Mr Hall has refused to make any concessions but on the contrary has tightened his grip and made more rigorous his demands It is a fight for self preservation CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- irrnature of 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 in stock It has cured cases of dys entery here when all ether reme dies failed Frank Jones Pike ville Ind This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon Ky BItODIIEADM- esdames A J Leece and R S Shivell are spending month with parents at Rockhold KyMrs L A Cass has returned to her home in Louisville after spending two weeks herewith her son J RCass Jopp Albright of Lebanon Junc tion spent a few days with home folksMrs Jones of Bedford Ind is a pleasant visitor of Mrs W T EvansMiss Burdette I S PPORT I I cons EMULSION server as a bridge to carry the weakenedand j starved system along until it can find firm support in ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT 15OWNK Chemists Yorkj trouble If you VARNINGI Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidnev and bladder diseases For sale by Chas C Davis Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all Illds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN CLOSING OUT and Ii and Hats j Go Prices a g = E A Session begins 3rd the branches teachers For further Owens is visiting in Crib this weekrIiss John Eva is visiting her sister Mrs Bntson at Lancaster Mr and Mrs A A Albright of Junction are guests at the Albright hoel for a few days Charles Pike of Knoxville Tenn is at home on the sick listMiss Clyde V Wil mott is in London this week at the fair She is the charming visitor of Miss Nora Elliott Mrs G W Brooks has to home in Knoxville Tenn after spending two pleasant weeks here visiting friends and Mrs Crain son and daughter Mrs J W TateMiss Rosa Pike has home after a weeks visit to in Lexington Mrs John Flynn is in Louisville week W K Shugars Sr of Lancas ter is visiting hi son W K Shugars iu this place Miss Roberts of Junction City is visiting friends and here Dame Rumor says the wedding bells are to ring in our city Jas Francisco of LaFollette Tenn has been visiting his father Uncle Fuller Jack Wells sis ter of Crab spent Satur and here guests of their aunt Miss Jewel Fiancisco Ed Rogers made a flyiug trip to Lexington first of the week Rev A J Pike and son Ben are attending camp meeting at this weekW H An derson is home for few days Henry is one of the L Ns op being employed at Spokane A HANDSOME SHOE all leathers allstyles oneI Guaranteed lOur Gentlemens Shoe Our Ladies Shoes This is the kind worn by George and Martha Washing For STYLE und VEARare uneqmiled Every pair has the name of HAMILTONBROWN stamped on them which means Our stock of LADIES HATS is complete mill we are selling same at a very low price Come in and fit your Girls with Hats that come from Ii it Sons you will- S lYe money and be sure of the latest styles GKOCEIU ES we are selling for Inn and not for profit The best Flour at 05 cents a salk The facts in a nutshell acts buy of us and you will be sure to get good goods for little Space does not permit us to tell all but if you come in our store we by experi ence teach you that buying our goods means peace at home and goodwill toward us for trade F KRUEGERSONS i To Cure a Cold in One Dcy Take Laxative Bromo Tablets- Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This AT COSTII III ffiAffjflMens and Boys Pants Ladies Childrens S ersI IIIladies Misses f n Must Regardless of IIA HIATTJHIATT KENTUCKY o Brodhead Graded School SNODGRASS M Principal Monday September Offers thorough instruction in common school and in college preparatory work Bookkeeping trill Music Also a course fur Tuition low information address the Principal I3rod heal Ky Orchard HiltonI Lebanon tending returned her relatives LexIington returned relatives visiting this Maggie relatives soon and Orchard day Sunday the the the Aliceton a erators up motley Yours Walter Miller K D brakeman lof Lebanon Junction spent last Sunday with family here C H Frith has added to his already big store a line of4 S5and 6 mens shoes Drop in and look at the- mIVe are glad to say that H B McClary is some better after being laid up several days with malaria feverMrs J W Hutcheson is spending two weeks at Hsirrods burg with relativesCapt A H Evans our clever postmaster was in Mt Vernon last Saturday Clarence Miller is on the sick lis this weekMrs A E Albright i slowly improving after being laid up two months with typhoid fever Mrs R D Thompson and daugh ters have returned to Lebanon Junction after spending a few days with Mrs Laura CableMiss Etta Cable is visiting friends and rela tives inParis this weekMr and Mrs W E Spraule have returned from a weeks visit in Williams burg and will remain here for two weeks prior to returning to home in Paris KyMrs E E Protheroe of Cincinnati is spend ing two weeks here visiting her many friends and relatives WHAT A NEW JERSEY EDITOR SAYS Mt T Lynch Editor ofthe Phil lipsburg N Y Daily Post writes I have used many kinds of medicines 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 C Davis fOtmllOImYAftDTABI atosatheGoughandhealalan 9 Sole Agents For Th- eHamiltonBrawn SHOES l N to give SatisfactionPRICE300 perfection Krueger and will Quinine Signature their Chas Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 25c tt11tt1tittt1ittt1 tt1t11t11 Willis Criffin g PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER = 3 AND = FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon KY 3w r Stock Complete Can luruishou shoic no 2 =tice Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming rfs 3IEiUiUlUUUUUiUlUlUUUtUiUUtUttUiUtUUUUUltUUliUUl JONAS NtcKEKZIE COME COME laFE invite all to INotionsate CLOTHING allIWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes lad ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO 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 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 Pros W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Fresh Meats Always on Hand 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 S B RAMSEYI- N BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY AUG 31 1906 79 Cull up No 7 9 when-you wnut to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 0i= 3 R Cj TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 25 south 124 p IT 21 South 1236 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tin Alt Vornon Ky Iostoftiee as sicoiniclass wail matter PEUSosAL u 1 A Bowman is in Londan tl s weekMr S C Franklin visited in I and ii tl iweek Mrs Mahala Carson is visiting her daughter Mrs Dick Cummins Capt 1V H Spradlin of Foun tain Head Tenn was here Mon dayIMrs H C Gentry is in Knox vile with her son John who has feverRobert Cox was in Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday buying goodsJ Adams and Claude Cox were in the city this Beek buying their fall goods Mr and Mrs G M Ballard anct Miss Elizabeth Adams are takii g in the London fair We understand that K J Smith is thinking of going to the Blue grass this fall to locate Mrs Ed Burgess and Miss Ada Shelton of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas C Davis Felix Bowman is said to be teach ing one of the best schools ever taught in the Disputanta district Miss Fannie Sparks left yester day for London and Middlesboro for a short visit before going East to enter school Mrs Mary Carter and Mrs S W Davis will leave in a short time for Indianapolis to visit their rela tives Mr and Mrs Monroe Frazier Miss Annie Forbes after a pleas ant stay of several days with Mr ani Mrs G M Ballard has returned to her home at Valley View Miss Mollie Parker of Mobile Ala arrived Tuesday to visit her sisters Mrs Marshal Smith of this place and Mrs Bert Owens of MaretburgMr Mrs G T Johnson were here Sunday Mr Johnson told us that he had about decided to erect a twostory instead of a single story building Judge L W Bethurum has pur chased the residence of his brother B J Bethurum on Richmond St and same will be occupied b Cashier and Mrs M B Salin W J Sparks and wife were in Chicago first of week Mr Sparks went there for the purpose of buy ing machinery for the Sparks quarry where the big crusher broke down Friday nightfLOCA- LAUCTIONEERH C Jones has secured license as auctioneer for Rockcastle county and is ready to serve the people in that capacity all times Mr Jones is a splendi- auctioneer and always gives general satisfaction Dont fail to read the telephoni news from Harrodsburg sue and see what the octopus doe for the people whenever it once gets its tentacles fastened upon them it never lets go until it is chopped loose by the axe of tl wrath of community Mr William Gentry a brother of Messrs H C and George Gentry died at his home in the southern part of the county Saturday night after several weeks sickness Mr Gentry was a splendid citizen and a good man and we regret ve r much to learn of his deathI President Roosevelt has declared for simplified spelling and will use it in all correspondence eminat lug from the White House He brusht the dust from his desk pickt up a telegraf blank rapidly pusht his pencil over its surface and ad drest his message to the Spelling Board No i Madison Ave New York which furnishes all documents and information free of charge The special term of Circuit Court begins next Monday and continues three weeks When the mercury was up to 96 in Louisville a few days since it registered 87 in Mt Vernou An electric light plant will be put in at Sparks Quarry so as to enable the running of the plant day and night W J Sparks contractor at tun conjcretingwill require about two months to finish Articles received at this office for publication which do not bear the name of the contributor will riot b published When desired the n me will be omitted from the paper but must be on the nianu script Some few people in Mt Vtrnon who interred to go to the London fair abandoned the ides after they heard of Rtv Jones dream thai e ery one present at the fair on the third day would be destroyed by wind storm The third day of the fair is over and no one was hurt We understand that Rev Jones de nied giving out any such a report blt if he had it does seem that i telligent people should know bettti than to give a moments thought to such bosh and the party or parti s responsible for circulating the re port which was done purely for the purpose of injuring the fair should be punished if there is any law for doing so BURIAL ASSOCIATION In our last issue we stated that an answer would be given this week as to what would be done with the Burial Association We egret very much to say that as yet no definite decision has been reached but we can say that within the next week letters explaining the situation and sub mitting a proposition will be mailed to every member of the Association- If the members are sufficiently interested and feel the benefits of the Association sufficiently to be willing to share a small portion of the expense in having the Association incorporated and paying the State license then the Association will continue otherwise it will neces sarily be forged to the was because of the unreasonable expense placed upon such corporations by an act of the last Legislature The profit- is so small that no one can afford to try to keep the Association going and alone bear all the expense We are authorized to say that these let ters will be mailed out in the next few days and the members them selves can say whether the Asso ciation shall go on or not Last Friday morning a few gentlemen feeling the needs of better roads in the county began circu lating among the voters of the county petitions asking the County Judge to call an election for thi taU to give the people an oppor tunity to say whether or not they wanted better roads by voting 25 ooo worth of bonds for road pur poses In less than twentyfour hours after the petitions were begun circulated over 700 laborers armers professional and businessmen had signed the petitions and remarkable to say that out of 725 men asked to sion the only 9 refused and only 3 out of the 9 said were absolutely against the petitiondnames than necessary to authorize the County Judge to call the elec calledeIandy roadssor not you want to enhance the value of your property wheth you want roads that when the pr f1eyou can deliver to tl market with some degree of com fort and ease ifso then go to work for the success of the bond issue HENRY PENN1NGTON 0 THE WAR PATH prinYthe following concerning W Pennington a former Rockcastle citizen who has been located in Danville for the past year in the sewing machine business Jailer W S Fitzgerald left this morning for Cincinnati andwill reo turn on the 8 oclock train tonight with William Henry Pennington a former Danville resident who was arrested in that city yesterday afternoon upon a warrant sworn out by George Chappelluntil a f mouths ago superintendent of t work house under Keeper Frank TimoneyThe e is one of the most com plicated and at the same time the most sensational and unusual that has ever Leen brought to the atten tion of officers in Boyle county It bristles with sensations and daring acts which seem to have been actuated by a spirit to harass and tantalize Mr Chappell in hit hour of great trouble Jailer Fit7gerald has been very active on the case in a quitt way and has made numerous long trios in an effort to apprehend the al leged despoiler and thief SEEKS POSITION William Henry Peuiiington arrived from Mt Vernon ov r a yei ago and applied to Mr H C Flowers Cur a position as salesman r ire Singer sewing Machine t om pmy lie talked with intelligent e was a good looker and Mr Flow c s being in serious need of am nave him a position He beg u workand made a success A fete weeks later he moved his wife and two bright little children xo Din ville and the family appeared to be living happily together until a shor time ago- Mrs Pennington took consumption and has been gradually grow ing worse and about a month ago her husband took her and thtir children to Rockcastle county and left them with relatives there It is said that he told his wife that he wouldelope with Mrs Chappell and that he would not again return to her Pennington returned to Danville and is alleged to have taken the Sunday excursion with Mrs Chap pell three weeks ago for parts uu known WRITES SENSATIONAL LETTER Three days after Pennington and Mrs Chappell left Danville Pen nington wrote the startling letter to Mr Chappell of this city which he immediately placed in the hands of the officer after swearing out a plwarrantols for the arrest of Pennington on the charge of housebreaking and stealing Hamilton Ohio August I 1906 Mr George Chappell Danville Ky Dear SirI thought you would be nix aus to hear from me and my darling so I will tell you where we are 1Ce are at the abovenamed place Hamilton Ohio and are enjoying life on your money When we settle down right we will go to work That is what I wanted with her to make money for me I know you gdlovermoney myself I slipped up to your house and saw you take the money and put it in the trunk I waited until slippedinthought it was a gold watch lint when I saw what it was I put it in the barn Look on the inside of the barn at the edge and you will find the dII old brass thing Now you grieve you ds of a b It would give me pleasure to see you grieve If I could have gotten to kill you beersyou s a b if I ewer lay eyes on you I will kill you on sight I thought the night I was in your house I would cut your throat and there is an other party at the Singer office would yeudeadand I will let you come to see us some time From your very dear friend PENNINGTONt thnforegoing letter from Pennington the despoiler of his home and ac auswaer rant sworn out for his arrest He was advised to take some one with him to the barn and see if the watch could be found He seemed the services of former Coroner Patrick Zimmerman who accompanied him ch tvateorton in his letter 1eL1Y1 N xli1U Miss Annie Elmore of Knoxville is visiting Miss Annie Griffin and other friends here this week wNas the guest of his sister Mrs W W Wright Jacob Sambrook was in goodsH ed Tuesday from an extended visit KnoxvilleMrs E L Coekr spent a few days last week in Win Chester Mr and Mrs Chas Rice and daughter Nettie spent several days last week with relatives in Stanford Master Ceorge Sara brook is attending the London fair Miss Bowers of Parksville was the pleasant guest of her broth Howard Bowers last weekMis spebent F Tiibbs She also spent a few dots with friends in Paris Miss Lizz c Fishback has returned from uu ex landed visit to her grandparents a M orelandMr and Mrs Jerom Adams spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Mt Vernon Mrs L M Westerfield and family returned the first of the week from i visit to Sat n ford and Parksville T Griffin is spending the week with home fulksMis Rosa Pike of Brodhead is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs David Griffin Joe Childrcss of Hamilton Ohio was the guest oi his brother Dr W J Childress and sister Mrs lances AndersonC C Williams was in town this week on business Harry Bowman is repairing his rouse on Main street Mr Bow ran must be having serious thoughts about an old bachelors feMrs G D Cook who has peen sid for several days we are gla to say is much improed MS Chas ChappIl anti Mrs Win Sams spent last week in Louisville Dr Baugh of London was here Tuesday on professional business Messrs Hugh Wade Ed Lions Fred Neighbors L M Westerfield W F Tubbs and W N Riggs at tended the London fair BROWN MEMORIAL NOTES Eighteen students took the ex imination for county scholarships last Saturday Five districts wen represented The students win LeiIEdgar Mullins Flora Penningtoi and George Childress Two otltr districts have been given scholarships since Only Brown and Wa nut Grove leniain unrepresented Both of these districts should tape advantage of the opportunity offered for nine months of school All students holding scholarships are expected to enter September 10 and to remain throughout tire year Two young ladies pupils of i11i s Adams from St Louis Mo ap ied last week for board at the dormitory They are in the second year high schol Miss Taylor regrets that she will be unable to take them The dormitory is full The entrance examinations for Brown Memorial School takes place promptly at 9 oclock Saturday September s 1906 All students who left before the year closed and who wish to go on with their classes all who failed in any subtject and now feel that they can reach the required standing and allIuew students are expected to this examination Miss SiS Ol1 and liss Adams will conduct it Miss Taylor received the follow ing letter from Dr Hinitt president of Centre College to whom she wrote for assistance in getting some first class speakers Cur a lecture course August 24 1906 Miss Ida Taylor Ml Vernon Ky My Dear Miss Taylor Your favor of the 7h inst reached me on my return to Danville I will take up the matter concerning which you write when our plans are some what further advanced for the ses couoperate with you and will take pleasure in being of some assist ance Cordially yoursF HINITT ROBINET dWe have had some very hard rain in our town this weekMiss- Nellie Ballard visited Miss Effie McGuire of McCracken last week Bennet Ballard and wife returned to Rockcastle from Hamilton Ohio where they have been living for the last two years Charles Allen lest Monday for Covingtou where he NgScout and wife of Johnetta visited Mr and Mrs John Scott SundayA Revival meeting is being held at the Methodist church of Corinth by Rev White of Corbin and Rev Reams of Or lando L M Davidson and R E Bell of Crooked CreekU S Marshal Elliot of London passed through here Saturday en route to Richmond Drummers have been plentiful here for the past few rVltVerillr a tract of land in Drew Valley Misses Etta and Bessie Dougherty attended church at Horse Lick Sunday where a revival is being heldJ L Allen was in Withers Monday on business erDeWitts Kidney and Bladder EsIt t Mark J t tryt ftIr jJ Just opened a complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes We want to sell them We can certanly satisfy the most fastidious = =tj Irinsist on you when you need that i new pair of Shoes that you should not ShoesIIHre are a few of tha iinuy beautiful styles we are showing II THE PLANET mSHOE For Men sr isclJH made of the best stuck I of Patent Vici with tops9and is strictly a high class Shoe for men who I dress well i Ii s r I e l FThe PatnolSilOe v n I1 lui men CpooU SI 50Iic rj r = cOu j y f f 1 it ti f r 3 1 r 1t IiI= o 4 0AjLVuu I OJ V ltiic BETTER rt g r This line of Shoes is Calf and I as a eoni I to suit yon no I matter how much you kick Made by mon best l sill thread Soles best oak tanned We have wally styles of lasts and I knows what the Patriot is I is Family Shoes13 For AH the Family Boxlip strong sturdy battleship gloemenough 500 specialtywork StItchedwith leather Everyone Our r b r 3W BRAND IDM Am ETTEBj W lens S300 Missess 15- 0idles2OO Childs 125 is Star on the Heel insures your pivtection 1The first point is that we do not allow any misrep 19jgl1Jlti11f When you buya pair of Star Brand Shoes no matter what the price you can rest assured there is A a ilO better Shoe made anywhere for the money I We ask for your shoe business along these lines interestNito con thoughtfully before passing it up aI Make My Store Your Headquarters While in T- ownFISHSl t CASH STOREChurch St Mt Vernon LAxnspVlA nenOi IFOR SALEMy farm ofabout 400 acre too acres in cultivation well improved well watered and has an orch irdof about 1000 trees located between Level Green and hargainIJOHN GRAVES KyIheifer dehorned with a title brindle m side weighed about 400 pounds when she left two months go Liberal reward for her ret jrn J W PARSONS Aug 3151 Mt Vernon Kv A C Hiatt the Hiatt mciciant has about 200 bushels of corn to sell it 60 cents per bushel A world of truth ia anew WhNearly all other cough cures are onstipating especially those con catninu opiates Kennedys Laxa ive Honey and Tar moves the bows Contains no opistes Yon can get it at Chas C Davis Drugstore NOTICE All parties indebted to to the estate of J H Sigmoti de tased will please settle same in- Side of the next thirty days A W Stewart Administrator 10IEYSfiNlYANDT for children safe sarot Jto opiate RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE ISECTIONS OF Ill E SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR w15 AND RENTS FOR 5 PER AC RE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Nort h irn Louisiana is the fact that clet r d laud rents for 5 per acre cash tad can be bought for 7 50 to- Sf5 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen ave 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 grains grasses vegtahles arid fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to Xn6 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to roingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 pe acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and asa3 per acre See this great country for your self and pick out a tocation De mapsCon request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the Vest and Southwest returning 21 days with stop 3ovens For descriotive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Pass enger S Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo CUJBING OFFER Until further notice we willand Weekly Courier Journal for 150 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 200 Cash roust accompany all orders under this arrangement DyspepsiaDigests rdoNUNIENt- sAR eNuuRiNG Tyano ESIGHS PRICES MO UMETAL iONZE CO BRIDGEPORT CONK r Represented ROCKCASTLE BRONZE CO MT VERNOX KY Samples of White Bronze Designs lit erature Prices etc at J Fishs store No cost to call up phone No loo from county points to talk Bronze matters mr23tf KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNaw IlfOR cONSUMPTION PriceI Surest and Quickest Cure for all TEROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK TEN YEARS IN BED YFor ten years I was confined to uiy bed with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of Oak ville Itid It was so severe I coulJ not move part of the time I con suited the very best medical skill available hut COuld get no relief until Foieys Kidney Cure was re commended to mo It has been a Godsend tome Chas C Davis VACATION Ir vi ur summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and invigorating climate magnificent mountain scenery and pictur eqi iimmer resorts which are located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic Line 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 peset rating the great States of Colorado and Utah has some forty different Circle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which is the mous 1000 mile tour for S28 oo which comprises more noted scen ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv at ions Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani- mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim- arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall piss and the Royal Gorge This trip can be comiortably made in five days but at least tim days should be devoted to it so that one may view at leisure the priucipal sights Tickets at very low rates are also ou sale to Stlt 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 Hooper G P T A MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES Timer is a le on in tho work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright suiihine may last but hy and he prep ires lor the shew eis which are liable to follow So it should be with every househ d Dsemery diarrhoea and chot ra morbus may attack sime men of the home without warm erI Chamberlains Colic Ch ilera Diarrhoea Remedy which ithebest known medicine for the dis iise should always be kept a ind ns init149 iretiftK t Necessary and delay may prove fa- IIior sale uy Uu in C Uavls Ii t Vernon K- Chageti the DateIEmireiKe KyBy order of Col W B Cralib commander of the Fourth ITiiUuiky cavalry the date of the re union which was to have been held at iJjarti on September 12 has been changed to Friday September 14 A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep off periodic attack of hiliiou ne s and habitual consti pat cn was a injjterv that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved lor me Writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or monej refunded Only 25c at at all drug stores JE fj t CiJltES R tATISM LUK3MO SCikTIG- INiURALGU and KIDNEY TROUBLE taken Internally rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct uses of these diseases Applied externally t affords almost In slant relief fron rstn whilea permanent thebloodstance and reictvJr it rcm the system DR E I LANDOf nrewton Ga writes yearwithand leg ji tried ill remcdlei tbat could gather roD medical worts and also consulted with a number of the boat phticlani but found from5iMLOtSfor rheumatism kluurwl di- seaseFIWE If you are sutrerln wth Idredortimeas It is entirely froo tlf opium Intrrcdionts alcohol laudanum anti other Coc1lncI DcCIIueIHEUMATIO Dept 80 160 Lake StreetCOMPAYI GBNTHV RKUNION Between p o and 500 members of the Geutr family from all parts ot the United States and especially fiorn Kentucky Ohio Tennessee Missouri Illinois and Indiaua are expected to reach Indianoplis the lain r part of this month to be in attendance on an old fashioned family reunion which is to be held at Bethany Park 14 miles from this city dur ing the week of September 3 Indianapolis News- UNNECESSARY EXPENSE Acute attacks of colic diarrhoea and dysentery come on without warning and prompt relief must be obtained There is no need of in curring 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 tin patient before a doctor could arrive it has never been known to fail even in the most severe and dan gerous cases and no family should he without it For sale by Chas C Davis Mt Veruon Ky J I UNTUCK PAUl DATKS Somerset Sept 54 days Eliibetetown Sept 43 days Paris September 42 days Mottticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 124 days Falmouth Sept 264 day GALVESTON SEA WALL Makes life as safe now in the city as on the higher uplands E W Ooodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea vall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and salt coughICroup preventsPneumonia Every bottle guaranteed at all drug stores Price 50c iidlOiTrial bottle free ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH g AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I AlTD SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest SAIl For and Rates HCKINGCPTA Ill E Main St Lexington Ky W A QARRETT General Manager W C RINEARSON P Cincinnati O THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in expelling Colds from the sys thebowelsrelief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other Icough cures ar- econstipating especially those contalningOpiatesIKennedys Laxative Honey it Tar moves lthe bowels contains no Opiates The Red Clover Blos som and tho Honey Leo is on every ottle KENNEDY SLAXATIVE HONEY TAR TilE I O DoWITT CO CHICAGO 8 It Sold by CHAS C DAVIS c Dont drag along with a duil hilt ions heavy teeling Ton mtttit pil Use DeWltfs Little Erly RI- ser the famous little pills Do no sicken or gnpe but results are Mm Sold bv Chas O Davis Mt Yei non Ky GAULEY IThere is some sickness n thi viciiiitv Mrs JH B llitmer II JI lid tlaa visiting IMI nds neat Red lull B rn to the wie of Bill S tillS a fine girl baby or the 24th C Uullock returned om Rich monil fiw days tU It M In iderseetns to be doing fairlel wi h his little storeTher win he preaching at the Red Hill church Saturday and Sunday by Rev Dil lard Parker James Porder has moved to L ingston where he will run a blacksmith shop Jnhn Reese is ou the sick list THE END OF THE WORLD of troubles that robbed E H Wulf of Bear Grove Ia ot ail use iullness came when he began tak ing Electric Bittors He writes Two years ago kidney trouble cansq me great suffering which I would never nave survived had I tot taken Eleclrit Bitters They ilso cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomache Liver cud Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price Soc Guaranteed by all druggists THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEY TAR Clover Blosiom and Honey Bee on Every ot- tteROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co 31T VERNON KY 0 FARM NO IThis farm of HIT acres located on Negro creek near Uroclliead KS is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at bargain the owner beiiij unable to properly look after same because of iis health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance Timbered three houses on farm ijooil veils at d springs awl plenty of good stock water Also srood orchard FAIIM 1110 acres near rod IIEtIsvlI fenced plenty good water Iood orchard IMenly timber to run rmn good residence and one tenant house an In bought for f000 iTivat barjjrsiin PAII N jHo acivs of laud It ven Brush eivek and Orlando 20 ill lIlt ttion ltIu1e tilllhI4oI two houses and well watered Will q- liIi XO 5214 acivri i- uI14iH littc splindid ivsiitIsiIt a most de iraMe farm Vice 21ti- HlL1IFA NO irir traess land in one body consisting of Si 8I and acrslotaUid on bide Kn creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 0 miles from VaU IIIIJLIt1ill trah OreKtiI and HI iclc road These lands are located near the nsi dences oftC Ii Sues and coi oooh About jj aewS of thIs land is hot tom landcIIj igool yait of it is uj land hut LVI and is goti tannin lall A baj ain at par acre On third cash tIll balanct in one and two years FOLEYS1OfiYMIDrAJ Curca Colds JljnL Itwincria A GAURANTEKD Cnuu FOR Piu itching Blind Bleeding Irotrnd ing Piles Druggists mute authorized to rt fund money if PAXO OiNT MKNrfails to cure in 6 to 14 days soc Wr0V lrt ifp 1iYAiIDTA o LmG Ua Cosacfh and lO01n- 1Z34FLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 5Oarid 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS CDAYIS WJMCHESTEK NLBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale Everywhere irL00 Buy Hair- atAuction At any rate you seem to begetting rid of it on principles auctionsaleI gone Stop with Ayers Hair Vigor certainly checks falling ItIno mistake about this It as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then must have healthy hair youI its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Mcii j4qjsARsApARiaAVANTtDacliool new attractive proposition wishes energetic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and ex penses paid weekly Some knowl edge of music preferred but not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Place Chicago Ill There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeacewi th theworld feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to goodwork 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 Visibility however slight A slight disorder of the stomache will de range your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body willrc spond Little indiscretions of overeating call be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are Try a ittle Kodol For Dyspepsia afer our meals Sold by Chas C Da vie Mt Verno- nVANTlDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order 110113 assistant manager man or woman for tips county nnd adjoining ten itory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permnneut 11 invtstireM or experience HCJur fd Spare time valuable Vrite mice Ir full p IriI1Ir anden Hse sth tItifii envelope Ad dieSS C5KVKUAI AN VKK I34lL1- Le St Clici d j rod head Marble Vorkp BRODHEAD KY Granite ccd M rle Mi nuineiit lId Tonist u es tnniiiitHcturorl h ALDRICH FIANLICOl- so Agents for Iro I7tMic D R Ai OUT Tanager tewarf Iron Fence Cheaper than wood Will last a Ufetimt bards 11- 04M1ltwAR1 1ROARKS4PAX CINCINNATL O stow oar stiflojue prices will suipme Ctll mil lee as S AN iI1A1- 4VACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONE PAl K PEKSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Mani- tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogdtn Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 6 DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary tripf this nature has been fully considered and minitnied so as to be with in easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will leave Louisville Night oj July 25th Eor full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER rqo7 BarrefAveuufci Louisville rJCOX W A i Mrs J J Wood and Miss May me Joues have returned from lljiboir vi lie where the have been isiting relatives and attending the fair at that pI3ceMr U S Berry went to Dalton Ga this week on busi ntssMrs D C PulHns avid daughter Lillian Gertrude will go to London this week to visit relatives and attend the fairRoal work is ahout over in tlmis We have one road runninsectionI Conway to Clear Creek three different overseers during time six days it was being worked It is now completed and is a goodone tooThe Round Stone Laud Co has saved 10000 tobacco sticks for Madibon county tobacco men in the past month Corn and fruit are plentiful Hogs are very scarce not enough to supply the demand fr meat hogs Hickory nuts squurels and grapes are plentiful and good old opossums will son h- tripeMr Henry Wood sun of J J Vood will go to Barbcmrsville this week to engage in R R work and learn telegraphy under time agent at that placeR E Moye and his aunt Mrs John Quinn ate visiting relatives in Illinois HOWS THIS We oflVrone aliumlml dollars rewml fur any ea v of Catarrh tliU cannot hturt11 by Halls Catarrh Cure F en EN EY Co Toledo Ohio V tIll undfrsiiied htve known F J henry for the INt 15 years and believe him perfirtly honorable in all liiisinesc trmsui jobs anti linanuiiilly a hit ta carry out any obli ation made by liMirm- AiniNO KINNAK MAHVIX Wholese Druggists oledo O Halls Catarrli Cure is taken intinnlly lie lug directly upon the blood anti nairin- surfaees of the system Tetinonials sent free Price 75 edits a bottle Soulmy all Halls Family Pills for Constipation HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Fo levs Honey and Tar as it stop difficult breathing immeliately and heals the inflamed air pasag s and even ifit should fail to curt you it will give you instant relief Tin genuine is in a yellow package Sold by Chas C Davis I thIIi1Irerenee 1 reclpt rcct obtatnoe priceI 1011ICe nnutlru threecolor llanler wll bear J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO PO CmcoiER USA WAS CARSON Painter PaperhangerAgent HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALL PAPER KOOJl- MOULDINGS I reEIe Let us make you an estimate on work before placing you order All Vork Guaranteed M U MYERSI Dentist Mt Vernon Ky S 1Vork OFFICEAt residence on Ol Main St kuowu as the C C Wil hiatus residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAb every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Ordeisby Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky L r l1Jt1 dJ lr9to1 on Ifpf 1 VAr nIII J Ji A If mmV 1 d W rrY rrz 50 rSJfJ s t J i 1tr AJrtiX x x o The Kiml You Have Always iauglit mHl whkIi has becu ill use for oyer 80 CftlS tas bovite the SigimlttIIe of d JT been maue his icr supervision since its infancy Allwno OtC to deeiVo Alt Counterfeits Imitations tind JHta syooil ale hut Experiments iliafc trifle vJMv anzt ciHlau or the health of Infants and Cliiltlrcn Experience against Experiment Whet is CISTORACastoriji is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrujis It is Pleasant It contains iseither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its is its guarantee J t destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures I iarrln ii Wiutl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates Stomach Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friciul CENUBNE CASTOR ALWAYS 1 OPTS the Signature of The KM You teAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years i II A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself taking W CARDUI Womans Relief It will ease away your pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga T elm fiiitl lias 7JmIcr sonil you In this age and the and fE can by all At DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else is IIY baby girl now two weeks oldvritas Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She Is a tine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely SOUT fl JESTThe Land of BIO CROPS and jgAre ou making is lchJtivlli iiitu as on ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is till land cut too much It ales too much money to buy a bi g film and so yon are trying to make t living on a small farm tr jerliai s yon lIe tenting mie amidtlyI11g a good hirt ol tt hai you raise in it nt Wouldnt it he better to go where the price of good laud is so little that you cut ti own a big farm payingThere ate thousands of acres of fertile Ingd in the Southwest along the line of the Cotton Belt Route that can 1e be tight for from 3 to 10 an acre This JEIU is increasing in value each year SEE THE SOUTHWEST AT jALL COSTA trip to the Southwest woul convince your last intcrosts lay in sot thing there The trip emut ht made at very littlw cxpiMi o On the first and third Tunse ys of each month you can purchase L round trip ticket to any point in the Southwest on or vis the Cotton Belt llouteat very low rules interestedinWrite at once for from copies of hooks IhSllihiuJ this wonderful country and for full information about lOst of tickets etc LCBARRY T P A Cottoi Belt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IX ROOK CASTLE TO BUY Dru tationey Cigar obcco5 paint Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Speciaffy S C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN SlKEKT JtT YE I NON KY eKac3fbe YJyx ff i GRANVILLE OWENS 4 UNDERTAKERc 4E Brodherad Ky w I t COMPLETE LINE itAlli