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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 7o Fridaynuul ern 44 iDnall XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 7 1906 NUMBER 50 U JK3ee3a = W With The Thought i Always in Mind oM 31fTHAT 1J The recollection of Quality remains long j after the Price is forf Igotten we shall offer for the next 10 daysv the celebratedb IOld Hickory I- iI agoI ns Complete with Bed 1 Spring Seat and top W Brakes for only r i wpsosQw iStrength Durability end hon st are distinctive t features ofHOld Hickory Wagons f I r ri Woodwork and Ironwork is wr the best ever put in any wag on Old Hickory Wagons F 4are the lightest running of any f wagons ever produced any f k where in the world f s Price Holds Good 10 Days Onlyi 5 I am Sole agent for Kockcastle County K f LLJJto MAY RETURN US fl FEDEILPRISONERWA- RSHIP WANTED TO BRING BACK BANKER STENSLAND FROM MOROCCO ADVISABILITY OF THISI COURSE POINTED OUT Fugitive Might Try to Escape During Journey Through EuropeCapture- of Alleged Forger and Embezzler Made at Tangier Chicago Sept 5A demand on United States authorities for a warship to bring Paul 0 Stensland theedcaptured president of the Milwaukee Avenue Stute bank to this country from Tangier Morocco was framed Tuesday by Assistant States Attorney Harbour who sent it to Gov Deneen tallowing a series of commu nieations between the state executive and Acting Secretary of State Adee Mr Barbour urged the seeming peril of bringing Stensland across foreign countries where the prisoner might balk suddenly at the prospect of re turning and of meeting with the abuse and disgrace incident to the situation Moreover Mr Harbour fears that Stensland might try to kill himself and taking all these things into consideration he points out with vigor the advisability of having Stens laud a federal prisoner on a United States warship Attorney General Stead and Assist ant States Attorney Barnett were busy Tuesday preparing a petition to President Roosevelt asking him to see that the Moroccan government was speedily besought to turn over the prisoner to United States agents without trouble The petition will e forwarded to Washington along other documents including ench warrants etc Concerned Over Deposit The state department is more greatly concerned over the steps taken to tie up a deposit of money which had been made in the Comptolr Na tional dKseompte at Tangier by Stensland than with the extradition o fugitive banker himself acfording c to a press dispatch Actin Secretary of State Adee is giving the question his personal attention- It is the imprcssion that no international complications would arise if authorities uuifilly kidnaped lStonslaiid and returned him to rfIcountry for trial but it is a different question when it comes the recovery of money deposited in a foreign hank regardless el whither that money was stolen or not Thorn are certain questions of international law involved which must lie settled before the deposit can bo gained for till creditors of the defunct Chicago batik The relations between the United States and Morocco arc no clearly defined as botwuen Uli country and nations of continental Europe and therefore the procedure is indefiniteThe is reported to bo abou 12000 and his said Stenslnnd may also have other hinds in foreign banking concerns Gummere Aids Captors While the state and government of facials are busy on this side of the sea Samuel R Gummere minister to Morocco is trying to make easy theI road of Stenslands captors Hn s instructions tp loam if in the sence of extradition treaties the sJI1- tan as an act of grace and without promise if reciprocity wilt deliver Stensland to the Americans When Stensland was captured at the British post office in Tangier be was attaching his name to a request to have his mail forwarded to bingo doe Morocco a little town on the north African coast seldom visited by tourists He was about to sig Pail Olson the name he had a sumed when Assistant States Atto ney Olson entered the post office The assistant states attorne walked over to the busy and unsuspecting fugitive I am Olson Sign your own name Stensland said the attorney Stensland was thunderstruck He realized at once his flight had been futile He made no attempt to conceal his identity for he and the man who accused him were acquainted b e fore he fled- Stenslands agitation at his arrest subsided in a short time He accompanied Mr Olson to the United States legation where he was held prisoner Assistant States Attorney Barbour worked until ten p m Monday prepar Ing legal forms necessary for the extradition of Stensland Judge William L Pond of the De Kalb county court sitting as county judge in Chi cago signed papers in the case These were stamped with the seal ofat Cook county certified sworn to and bound One copy of the papers will be tiled in Springfield another in Washington and a third to be sent to Tangier by the messenger from t president who will return as official custodian of the prisoner to Capital October 1SackBay N Y Sept 5Presl dent Roosevelt will leave Sagamore Hill for Washington October Three days later he will make a trip to Har risburg and York pawhere he will deliver speeches The date of his departure from Oyster Bay was announced Tuesday oA XII 0DTABean the SigtutiteSt A Mwals Bet DEPOSITED IN THE UNITED STATED IS THE PACT SIGNED BY THE CUBAN CONSPIRATORS Document Now Printed For the First Time Plots the Overthrow of Palma and His Partyhe Havana Sept 5The most conserv ative testimony from the country dis delIinihave permitted the publication of a document purporting to have been found in an abandoned rebel camp but which it is reliably stated was first issued in Havana and the original of which is in a deposit vault in the Unit States signed by prominent conspirators The document gives the fullmprogram of the revolutionists policy It is in the form of an agreement ands dated Havana July 26 With the signatures omitted the document is as undersigned believing that it is Imperatively necessary to reestablish the vigor of the constitution and laws which are being systematically violated by those who control power against the will of the people who byforceTo organize as a committee to rect and carry on all acts necessary to cast from power those who have no right there This movement is inspired by the fact recognized by all that the last elections ware void It is therefore imperative that the first step will be to declare vacant the pillces of president vice president stud all civil governors of the six provinces anl also of those senators representative and provincial councilmen who should have been elected last December Details of the Plot When these offices shall have hers vacated this movement which serves no clique or personal ambition but is solely caused by the necessity to restore a constitutional regime will arl Just Itself to the precepts of the pre ent code to effect which when those legally occupying offices shall hav been expelled those senators elected in April 1002 and those represent lives elected in 1901 shall form a con grass electing an ad interim president and vice president who shall calf cite tions for said offices and also for gov crnors senators representatives awl provincial councilmen Mayors and councilmen who have been arbitrarily deposed by the execu tive shall return to their office Holding no revenge and only aim- Ing to replace the Cuban people in possession of their rights the directors cf this movement pledge themselves to respect life and property equally o foreigners and natives not to prosecute political opponents and to avoi bloodshed excepting to overcome tho resistance of those defending the ille gal government efforttresthat normality of affairs The undersigned as leaders of the reted by congress as provided in Claus 3 and to cooperate with it in holding a fair and honest election The undersigned solmcnly pledge themselves not to cease their labors until they steal have restored consti tutional rights to the country and tlrat they will resign their authority the moment the provisional government is formed We declare that we do nc favor any special candidate for anv and that when the government s legally reestablished all Cubans shall have recourse for their ambitions in legitimate and peaceful methods FIVE MEN May Be Arrested For An Assault Upon Girl Who Died From Her Injuries Johsn bra issued against five men suspected of Ityyear a wea thy farmer living near here who died from the effects cf her injuries Relatives discovered the semico scious girl the morning after the a sault in an orchard and were summoned but owing to tl treatment she had received she die the next day Site never recover- sufficiently to give the names of ti men who attached her The Chauffeur Killed Grand Forks X D Sept 5 Charles 1L Service a chauffeur wag Instantly killed and his George E Towle painfully injured an automobile accident which occurr near here Sampsons Second Son Annapolis Md Sept 5Thu seco son of the late Rr Adin Sampson U S N to enter the present fourth class the naval academy was sworn He is Harold B and he was appointed by Senator Depew A Lynching May Occur heCarmel Pa Sept 5A mob of several hundred people surrounds the police station here and it is believed a lynching may take place at any ti A man named Cartwright is being for assaulting Minnie Rit lUc 12 w is hovering between life and death IWill Make Two Speeches Bay Sept 5PresidentR- oosevelt will leave Sagamore Hill for Washington October 1 Three days later he will make a flying trip to Harrisburg and York Pa where he will deliver speeches THE ELITE JARRED Courtship and Marriage of Street Car Conductor and Society Favorite I courtIstreet car conductor andMiss Nary daughter of Mrs Villlam Rai y of Versailles Ky surprises the capItalTheyear ago when young Gives was connected with the telegraph office in Ver sallies It was continued when he returned to this city and secured a position as a knight of the bell cord Miss Railey came to Lexington and was met by her lover They repaired to the perfirmedbride is a daughter of the late William Railey wealthy horseman of Woodford county and is reputed wealthy in her own right A niece of C L Railey and Irvine and Russell Halley noted horse en she was sought by the wealthiest beaux of the county She was though- to t have been engaged to a wealth young stockman DEFY THE POLICE ArIoccurred at the Labor day picnic at the Fair grounds and the police were called to quell the dlstrubances Pa trolman Luke Doyle was severely beaten by several toughs and Sergeant Mike Crawley who stepped into assist his brother officer was given a shaking up before the disturbers were placed under arrest Former Patrolman Dan Monyhan and his brother Mike Mony han are said to have roughly handled Officer John Langston Had it no been for the presence of his wife Lang ston would have suffered severely ut the hands of the brothers The lion hans were fighting with George Crouch when Langston made an effort to arrest them The Monyhans defied tlie entire police force and were not rested The police arrested Harry Candiota Ed Flynn Coly Hayden and three others who refused to give their names IN A DRY GOODS BOX Mother and Her Son Live in Prefe ence to an Almshouse Glasgow KyJust an ordinary pine dry goods box is the abode of pony Ann Stinnett and son Riley at Ell abethtown Having no shelter and no means they begged the box from merchant dragged it to the east en of the town and ensconced themselves therein Passers by are given as cheerful a salutation as if the mother and son were dwelling in a palace They neighborta s house saying they preferred their dry 1goods box Clyde Nicholson Dead Ludlow KyClyde Nicholson a Q tt G engineer died suddenly at his home here He was struck by a car in the yards about two weeks ago but had improved so much that his physician expected him to ba about with- In a week Father and Sons Arrested Leitchfield Ky Leslie Bozarth young farmer of Cross Roads thl county was shot and fatally wounde- by Henry Basham Basham used a doublebarreled shotgun The shooting occurred in a general row Basham and his two sons were arrested High Price for Laborers Hopkinsville KyThe highest pet of the year for farm labor was reached when 2 was freely offered on the street for workmen to go into thl tobacco fields to either cut the ripen- Ing portions of the crop or to save the rest from the ravages of the worms McCrearys Sons Wife Dead Lexington KyWhile United States Senator McCreary was speaking at Labor day celebration here a tai gram was handed him that Mrs Joss McCreary wife of his only son had been drowned at Lakeside Mich while bathing New Find of Iron Glasgow KyA deposit of iron ore countcy quantttotY depodandebesttoSold Soft Drinks Only Louisville Ky Sunday afternoon the leading saloons of the city open their front doors for the sale of s drinks and cigars Conspicuously dis intoInx ac1d Ancient Order of Hibernians ndParts KyThe fifth biennial state of the Ancient Order of bernians was held in this city with wpminwere tender a reception and lunqheon by the local lodge Bennetts Ninth GreenuptKyCongressma i the happy parents of another son cmeon gressman a In Presi suicidehocy and child To Ask for Militia JoenuJKnott county HallMartin feud left here It Is believed they are going to Frankfort tp ask for the aid of state militia to effect the arrest the Martins Established 1887 VOLUME L1V1NOSTOA Miss Celia Fowler of Corbin was visiting Mrs Chapell Sunday and MondayMrs Ware Jenkins- of Corbin is with homefolks this weekMr and Mrs Joe Dicker son and children are visiting in Brodhead and Crab Orchard this teweekblissbeen very low with typhoid fever is slowly improveingMrs Rich ard Moberly has typhoid fever The members of the dechurchurday in the Sambrook grove Ev eryone reports a very enjoyable time Dr Webb of Burning Springs is now located in Livingston to practice his profession We are ourySaMissMrs Longmire left Saturday for Coal Creek Tenn where they will LongImireser They will visit Knoxville some other places before andI home Miss Uytla Cook Mt Vernon Tuesday to see her aunt Mrs Fishwho is sJckMr and Mrs fl Williams of Knoxville are stopping in Livingston fora few d lys Meydames R B and T D visitting Mesdames Jerome Adams and J R Cnrter over Sunday Miss Chde Wilmoth of Brodhead was the pleasant guest of Miss Ber tina Mullins first of the vcck j-C Hocker is in the cit buying goous Mrs G D Cook is some betterMr and Mrs Frank Clutts and Miss Wara Burton spent last week with relatives in McrGuire and family of Wildie w revisiting his parents Mr and Mrs James McGuire Mr and Mrs Rowlet of Paris spent Sunday with homefolks Mr Grombly was call inga on some of our merchants thi- week141r s E C Lyons has re turned from a short visit to Leba nonMiss Margarette Overstreet has returned from a visit to friends in Parksville PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPT LY RELIEVE J BY CHAM BERLAINS PAIN BALM Mr James N Nichols a mer chant and postmaster at Vernon Conn makes the following state mentHA little child of Michael painfrom thae tso litthdones the many lint tnents I carry in stock I advised him to use Chamberlains Pain applicationdrew thices recom very often for cuts burns strains nd lame back and have never known it to disappoint For sale hy Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon GRADUATES OF TINS COL SUCCESSFULYoung are now forming their plans to attend college should write at once to Pr Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky for 30 years President of the Commercial College jof Kentucky University for circulars of his famous college sitAt this college Bookkeeping Business Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraph are taught by experienced teachers graduatott es are sponsible college and of National reputationIMany clerks farmer boys and others have invested about 6500 thHicollege for tuitionaldboardar officeedMany of our leading bankers officials and merchants are graduates of this college iliaJoS a ue Everybody lespur baby rosy pollsweet and warm an4dimplOnce she was so thin and cross used to cry with vain Mother gave her Cascasweet now shes well again niviofnL you use scar weej The ingredients areoi opiateslosscorn Ck0PavisasJ l GAULEY Quite e crowd attended church at Red Hill Sunday The services were conducted by Bros Parker and Moberly Miss Celia Brum mitt of Livingston visited rela tives and friends here Saturday and Sunday Thos Pigg and daugh r of Hiattsville are visiting his sister Mrs Sarah May this week J B Morris and family have gone to Pulaski countd to attend the Somerset fairW H Pon r reports a fine time while at the London lair There will be a box supper at the new school house next Saturday night Everybody Norristvisited their uncle Robert Casteel Saturday night Misses Lula and Belona Ponder of Livingston visited their brother Hugh Ponder turday and SundayDock Lang ford Road Commissioner was through this section last Saturday looking over the roadsGeorge Wiles of Jackson county was in this vicinity last week selling fruit treesJ C Bullock was in Mt Vernon Monday on business Mr Bent Reece of Clay county is visiting his uncle Tandy Reece this weekAndy Bullock and wife of Livingston are visiting relatives and friends in this commu nity this week Born to the wife of Henry Pace a fine girl baby W A Reese has moved to Corbin Some of the farmers have begun saving fodder Road working has caused a split in the antisweat society of this neighborhood E S Browning is progressing nicely with his Jw house WAS A VERY SICK BOY BUT CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHCRA my boy was two years old he lead a severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dia rrhoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickok of Midland Mich This remedy can be depended upon in the most sev ere cases Even cholera infantuuc is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions stud a cure is cer tain For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Ml Vernon ROBINET Albert Allen was bitten on the thumb by a black snake while car rying it home in his hands but the andnit has flit bothered him any since D Cummins of near Mt Vernon was over Saturday and SUH dayMrs Bennett and Miss Net tie Ballard are visiting the former s parents Mr and Mrs David Las well of Orlando Miss Nannie Mullins was visiting her sister Mrs Janie Allen Sunday Misst Etta Reynolds of Hamilton Ohio is the guest of Miss Cora Chauie and friends at Mc Cracken this weekThe revival meeting which is being held at this place is meeting with great success L S Scott M D Ashand Chas McGuire returned from Hamilton Ohio a few days ago timeDrofLaswell of Orlando was called Monday to see the small daughter of John Griffin who was bitten by a copperhead She is in a very serious condition Several parties from here attended court in Mt Vernon Monday CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY ACTS ON NA TIIRES PLAN The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Cham berlains Cough R facts om this plan Ta tt rhen you have a cold and it WIlt i1IaY the cough relieve the lungs sid expectora ailrehealthy condition Thousands have excellenceItcold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size scents For leadinldruggist Senator B Mc rear Monday delivered an address at the Labor day celebration in Lexington q Goy Beckham spoke at New Cti tie in the interest of his candidacy t far the Senatorial nomination t v I STOP Tt A neglected cough cold i i urlurFori tt Fptey s Honey and Tar affoc s = feet se trity from eftWCs wiL t t r1 Ji kt 1 r t 11 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEP 7 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising tales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET E or CongressIHON Of Lincoln WILLIAM TEN NINGS BRYAN says that the paramount issue at this time is the trusts In 1896 it was the silver qnestion and in igoo inv peralism On thejtnoney question he spoke in r31 38 follows Our opponents have derived not only partisan measure butalso partisan advantages from the division caused in our party by the money question They ought not therefore be grudge us the satisfaction that we find in the fact that unexpected conditions have removed the cause ot our differences and permitted us to present a united front on present issues The unlookedfor and unprecedented increase in the pi educ tion of gold had brought a victory to both the advocates of gold and the advocates of bimetallism the former keeping the gold standard which they wanted and the latter securing the large volume of mqu ev for which they contended We who favor bimetallism are satisfied with our victory if the frieuds of- ninnouietalli m are satisfied with theirs And we can invite them to a contest for zeal and endurance- in the effort to restore to the peo ple the rights which have been gradually taken from them by the trusts PRESIDENT ROOSKV EIT authorized the announcement that the re form in spelling recommended by the committee which Andrew Carnegie created willliereafter be accepted in all j1epartiuentalcorres pondence and official documents To put it breeflv Uncle Sam is hru with through and the spelling of all words which gives the lie direct to the pronunciation Henceforth all offishal dokuments will hava kweer lukEx Who are these pardon brokers r that the Governor mentions as all being for Senator McOeary Where have they been getting their pardons to keep their business run niug We know of but one place pardons can be had and since the noted pardon to the Louisville man Lieut Gov Thorne hasnot t had a chance Frankfort Call POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Hon W J Bryan has decid ed to come to Louisville at noon September 12 and remain over un til the next morning During the afternoon of that date an opportu nity will be given Mr Bryans friends to meet him at one of the Louisville hotels Former Vice President Adlai E Stevens is engaged iu writing a book the subject matter of which wilt be largely composed of sketches of public men with whom he has come in contact The pages will also contain the experiences of the writer during his early Career as a lawyer The reception to William J Bry an iu Madison Square Garden New York last Friday night was such as has been rarely if ever accorded tp a private citizen in the history ot the United States The garden was packed with 20000 people and thestreets and avenues outside were choked for blocks with other gathereddiJto see the distinguished Mr Bryan upon his entry to the hall was cheered for eight minutes His adDress was preceeded by speeches by Governor Folk of Mia soul Tom Johnson of Cleveland and Augustus Thomas of New York Mr Bryans speech wash more than one hour in duration and touched largely on political issues iTOTHEDEMOCRATS O1 5 t KENTUCKY V i ff You are cordially invited to at tend a reception to be given by the p South1Jeinocracy inhon ofpthe nationsm0st illustrious private i citizenl our p arty S jchiefiain Wjl 7Gri hableiitoe frotiiThurope hisac f 1 J ceptance of the South invitation to be its honored guest at a reception in the great Armory building in Louisvile and since his return to America he has confirmed the selection of Wednesday September I2th as the date of his appearance here Many of the most distin guished Democratic leaders tn the Southern States have signified their intention to attend this great gath comIroom This great building wil likely be the scene of the nex Democratic National Jonventio which will probably nominate Ali Bryan for the Presidency Mi LouIone largest hotels where au informal reception will be held for the put lie Several of tLe great orator of the South will make speeche at the Armory beginning about 730 P M and Mr Bryan will ap pear in the Hall about 800 P M The Armory doors will be open to the public about 800 P Mno tickets being necessary to the main ground floor Allrailroads have granted a rate ofone fare plus 25 cents for the round trip to Louisville and return home from the reception Very truly JOHN W VREELAND Chairman State Development Convention WILL BE HELD IX WINl HES V TEROC 10 1112 DELEGATES TO BE APPOINTED The Executive Committee of the State Developmet Association met in Louisville Monday and set oct 10 ir and J2th 1906 as the time of the Fifth State Development Convention atWinchester Active preparations have been begun in Winchester for the convention and will be pushed from now until the meeting in October It promises to teethe largest and most important gathering lof the year in the State A plan for a permanent or ganization will be presented to the Convention for addoption which it is believedwill make the Association a stronger organization and give it greater power toward carry ing on its objects rY Kentucky is far behind what can be in its position as an industrial and commercial State its re sourc having been neglected and its commercial and manufacturing advantages overlooked The State Development movement was start ed by business men with the patriotic desire to see the State forge ahead and grow to be among the first of states in her industrial im portance During the four years of its existence the Association has done much along the line of advo cating needed commercial legisla tion and the shaping of politics that have helped onr manufactur ing and onr business interests Much of interest to the business people ot the State will be discuss ed at the convention Winchester and plans mapped out for its work Speakers of nationalreputation and specialists on particular sub jects of agriculture mining manu facturing etc will address the to the convention will be named by the County Judge of each county Mayor of each city and by each commercial dub or ganization Anyone who wishes to attend the Convention cap be appointed a delegate direct upon application to the Secretary of the Convention Last year at Louisville r about ooo delegates were present and some 90 counties of the State represented by business men of the county We hbpethafsome of the most active and best business men of this cotftnywillgo as delegates to the convention and willgo prepar ed to thoroughly present our resources industries products etc and to gbe able to tillwhat we need in the way industrial develr opmerit arid have to offer to jn vectors and prospective citizens h matters should be looked into anda carefully prepared state mentimade for use at the Convene tioti v IrJudge MBehtonbf Winches tef waselectted Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee andP J Altizeri Jof Winchester is Secre tary of the Cpnypption KsS tfit THE PARADEv i Blue Grass To Be Represented B s YIMysterious ioAudueeu Chivalry To Attend Her yThe Blue Grass JFairat Leking ton September I711itov22nd will- be f A p opened by ana ficeht parade of floats secreteffschool cmldn n soldiers iffes bands In lians decoratedtre ti saitnmo biles and the beauy and chivaly f Kentuckyl These latter will attend the Queen of ithe BlueGrass whose identity will not be made known to he curious until the evenifull sev nteenth Through the columns f this paper this county is invited o send six cavaliers to attend to he queen More nay come if de sired hut all are requested to wear some distinctive dress or hat The merchants of this county are also included in the invitation it being desired that at as many as possible send floats or decorated vehicles Floats will contend for prizes and all who participite in the parade will he admitted free on the first day of the fair Embry Co of Lexington s now busy menufacturing the veil ir the Q eel and Lexington will be gaily decorated to welcome her housands of visitor- sMATTERA OFHEALTH fl9J AitiHGPOWDER Absolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSTITUTE A Powderfreephatic acid NEW MARETBURG Bro Karr preached Saturday and Sunday night giving the day to the Union singing SundayAmong those who vissited in our little town Saturday and Sunday were Mrs Matiida Houk of Mt Vernon at her grandsons E Houk Mrs F Francisco and daughter Miss Jetc- ell of Brodhead and Misses Lilv Woodall and Grace McCall of Ha zell Patch at J J McCalls Miss Iatte Myers Mt Vernon at the Misses Hunt Mr and Mrs D handler and little daughter Bes sie of Bromo Mr John Scroggin Conway at Mr Sam Chandlers Quite a crowd attended the singing and it proved a successMiss Ila Carson will enter schoolat Mt Vernon the coming term Aunt Jane Burke is right sick with lung and throat troublesMiss Mollie Houk who has been sick in the hospital at Louisville is sufficiently recovered to come homeJ J McCall came home Sunday to at tend the singingMrs Bob Jarvis daughter and son of Big Stone Gap Va visited her father Mr Frank Hunt this week The claim against the United States govennment sent in by the First Presbyterion Church at Har rodsburg will very likely be all ow ed within a short time Malcomb A Coles attorney for the govern ment before the U S Couit ot Claims in Washington was in Har rodsburg Monday and Tuesday looking into the claim Several depositions were tajceu and it Indies as if the church may get all or rf greater part of its claim allow ed The claim of the church is for damages done to their building and for deprivation of its use during the war At the time of the bloody battle of rryvi1lelhe church was forcibly taken by the commanding general and used as a hospital The seats were torn out the windows broken the wall defaced the carpet ruined the furnace destroyed and the building generally ig jured It was held by the soldiers 1cuse for somethiiig1ike a year The actual damage figured up about 5000 and i 000 was added for deprivation of usef The claim was filed about 893 rftISpeq ptru cd too 8qJ sOJ- aIYLcmvmIOllllOlH r f NEWS ITEMS Shirley F Mason iiightly connected in Cynthiana committed suicide in that city by swallowing two ounces of carbolic acid Mr Mason selected the busiest spot in town for his selfdestruction auJ after he drank the poison walkEd into a nearby atone coolly an nounced the fact and then dropped dad before aid conld be secured IPains across the small of the back with thesomething wrong kidnevs DeWuis Kidney and jiladaer Pilis will quickly unug ie liel A weeks rfnieni lor 25 cents ACt on the liver too Sold uy L has C Liar is IAm better prepared than ever to fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all Iii ids of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair yom gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly 3 C FRANKLIN R nn 4 w or the next I m Hosieryand intact Goods t t i the cashor produce will t CREDBT W IW d E instruction the common school branches fur further 1 rtov1tEiy The tissues the throat rr rned and irritatedu ciutgn and is more i r tiotimore You take a mixture it eases the irritationfor a You what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the cures the cold because it drives out the builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes their natural strength Thats how Scotts deals with a sore throat a a cold or bronchitist WELL vdu SCOTT iBOWNE 401 Purl Street- Ness ONE Take LAXATINE Qui lu INE Tablets All druggists refund the money lilt fails to cure E Groves signature is on box 2 For Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature A HANDSOME SHOE IIall leathers stylesiv lfIThis is one The Our Gentlemens Our Ladies Shoes This is the kind worn by George and Martha Washing For STYLE und YEAR are Every pair has the name HAMILTONBTlOWN stamped on them which means Our stock LADIES HATS is complete and we are selling same at very low price Come in and fit up your Girls with that come from F Sons and you will save be sure of the latest stylos fire selling for Inn and not for profit The best Flour at 65 cents a sack The facts in nutshell are buy of and you will he sure to get good goods for little money Space does not permit ns to tell all but if you come our store will by teach you that buying our goods means peace at home and toward us Yours for trade F KRUEGER SONS R DayITake Laxative Bromo Qisiniire Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 This Signature Vi 11ISKIDO IF Commencing Sept 5thJIItwenty days will at cost 00 groceriesCalicoesI every tiling in the Dry Una Special Sale on Clothing Will sell them belowIil fallIIfyoq have get these prices m1 they he such you never heard of jiIfOJ ON THBS S hefurel IIyKENTUCKYil fNV I M41Mti MrWV JrY ALrV I1IIBrodhead Graded School SNODGRASS A M Principal thoroughtl in ciu1Iii college courseIteachers Tuition low For information address the Principal Brpdhead Ky Ii of are there coughing cough and while take SCOTTS EMULSIONand irritation inflammation them back to Emulsion cough SEND FREE York TO CURE COLD IN DAY BROMO W each SctsCASTORIA and ofi Shoe of of lints we in we months For your summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah fatuous the world for their cool and invigorating climate mountain scenery and picture qe summer resorts which are DenIverLine of the World Tery low ex cursion 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 etratingIcle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which is the fa mous 1000 mire tour for 28 oo which cmprises more noted scenery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv ations Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim- arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trip can be comfortably made in five days but at least ten days should be devcted to it so that one may view at leis ure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are afo on sale to Salt Lake City Utah Ifyou con template a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send you some beautifully illustrated booklets free S K P Ar I r Sole Agents For i1affliltoflIioJr1SHOES Guaranteed to give Satisfaction 1r A- ejir A jY- r f 5t X31 tlord Lipeople uncqnalecl f perfection a Ivrueger moneyand GllOOELJIES a us experience goodwill as VACATION magnificent fnrVG T Cures Grip in Two Days Oft every box 25c r1t11 f11ft11j1rtt i Jt1ttttt Vi Ilis Griffin PRACTICAL = = 2 attic S FUNERAL D1RFCTOR Mt Vernnn Kv 2 Stock Complete Can lurnis11Ui1 alioi c no = E tice Metalic Cofiins and Caskets and havtl Embalming = Elone Fine Hearse attached = g ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = Phone No 63 = tl1111111il1il1111111111iA11111Iil 111111il1ill111111111111 rA CO JONAS 13E NlcXEhZlE ME M Vm UNDERTAKER E invite all to come and see us At my store you 1 i will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and I q Notions a CLOTH IN G aILIWe carrry a full line of Clothing that willsuit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices 1tright J areI Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZEE IJONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small ao mattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNON 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 ii100 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 VicePros A B PUUNISII Asst Cash r Fresh Meats Always on Hand We have recentlypufiua large 4 refrigerator anqare prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Sendus your orders which wiJle promptly filled h forTsale 1 sIB RAMSEY IN BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY SEP 7 1906 Z9 Cull up No 7y whenyou vunttoCuinneunit cote with SIGNAL 79 I6 Ia J R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a in 28 south 124 p IP 21 South 1236 a m TAR LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered ut tlc Alt Vernon Ky Postoffiee as secondclass mail mutter PERSONAL Judge Alcorn is here this week Mrs T Fish continues ver sick Charley Sympson was with borne folks SundayJAny John W Brown was in Louisville Tuesday Jim and Frank Thompson were here Monday buying mules Dr and Mrs John 11 Williams visited relatives here this week George and Russell Proctor at tended the association at Mt Pleas ant 7 iPing has accepteda thret years prlcipalship of a graded school in Missouri Miss Ueulali Smith left Wedne day for Williamsmrg where slu will enter school Miss Edna Hayes of near Wil die is visiting friends and relatives at London and Corbin Mrs Cleo Crown is in the city this week buying her line of fall and winter millinery Miss Risse Williams will leave in about ten days for Cincinnati to enter the Conservatory- Mr and Mrs J S Cox have returned from a weeks visit to friends and relatives at Loudon G M Ballard and sister Miss Linda have been visiting their mother near Cooksburg Miss Sallie Rickels is at home after an extended visit to her sis ters in Cincinnati and Hamilton- R A Welsh has been very sick since Sunday but we are glad to say is on the road to recovery now S N Davis is disposing of his possessions rapidly as possible making preparations to g o to the West Mr and Mrs L L Christerson of Cincinati are visiting Mrs Christersons parents Mr and Mrs Jasper Rickels Charle Henderson extra L N conductor running between Corbin and Knoxville is with rel atives here for a few days Miss Helen Thurmon has been chosen as teacher of the fifth grade in the Somerset High School Somerset Mountaineer Misses Sisson and Adams teach ers in the Brown Memorial School arrived Wednesday The other members of the faculty will arrive todayMidshipman Caswell Saufley of Annapolis a son of Judge Saufley of Stanford was here Sunday to see one of our most beautiful and popular young ladies Mesdames Lou Purcell and Flor ence Sage were guests of friends and relatives Mrs Sage who use to be Miss Florence Griffin lives in St Louis and is here on a visit to her pareats Mr and Nelsor Griffin of Maretburg Judge W L Brown was here from London Monday looking after some legal matters Judge and Mrs Brown have just returned from a visit to the west and are very extravagant in their praise of Colorado and its metropolis- R L Collier was here Monday and told us that during the month of August he loaded twentysix cars of poles and would have load ed seven more had he been able to get the cars an average of more than one a day Bob is certainly a hustler and we are glad to see him doing so well T A Stewart has been here for several days making abstracts of the various tracts of land owned by his father which was recently sold to some West Virginia capitalists Mr Stewart is to give full possession of the property March est 1907 at which time he will more than likely go to Madison county to locate Mrs Margaret Grimes is visiting in Lexington Mrs Bettie Hoaid of Springfield is the guest of Mrs C C Williams The three children of Capt M F Smith returned Friday from a several weeks visit in the South Mrs J R Donalson of Glencoe was the guest of the family of her brother Cashier W L Richards Miss Ida May Adams has resign ed her position at Shellman Ga to accept a similar one at Live Oak FlaMiss Gladden Ewers daughter of Prof and Mrs A E Ewere was here this week the guest of Mis Willis Adams Prof Ewers Is now located at Kirklin Ind Mrs Lou Boulware has purchasT ed the residence of Jonas McKen zie now occupied by Mr Graham Vfs Boulware expects to mov here inside of the next month W O Jones writes from New York that his term of enlist men in the navy has expired and tha he wil engage in some other voca ion probably on the police fore of New York City vLOCAL The six near old son of Joseph Coffey of Vildie fell into a tn of boiling water a few days ago am nt the Iii was in a very s rious condition The Mt Vernon Lime Co will non complete their new kiln alII put in a gasoline engine for hoisting the stone to top of kiln instead if hv horse and cart as heretofore PAY R U I E llHtury Hellard who WHS sent to the pen about two yvats ago to serve a six years sen tend for the killing of Abe Drew was payroled Tuesday and reached here Wednesday He is looking none the worse because of his con finement The following announcement was received here this week Mrs D 11 Painter requests the pleasure of your presence at the marriage of her daughter Claud Adelle to Dr Lytle Schooler Adams on Tuesday morning Septem ber iSth 1906 at 1000 oclock at the residence Council Grove Kan A large number of circular letters have been sent out to the members of the Burial Association and the list will be completed this week Read the circular carefully and there will be no reason for anyone to fail to understand the plan suggested for a reorganization Some few have signed the blank attach ed and returned it accepting the plan suggested but failed to remit the 25 cents No application will be recorded which is not accom panied by the amout of assessment for such will only cause double work Those who favor the plan which has been offered will plase respond at once as it is very nec essary that the promoters know what the members expect to do W H Pennington was held over to the grand jury by Judge Reed- S Nichols last Friday and his bond placed at 1590 which he failed to give and was sent to jail It was proved in the examining trial that the signature attached to the letter received by George Chappell was that of Pennington A little stir was caused in court circles when a report was circulated that Chappell expected to kill Penuin ton when brought into the court room Mr Chappell denied having any such intention stating that he de = sired the law to take its course Peunington has begun to eat a little after resting for four or five daysBovle County Herald The annual Convention of the Christian churches of Kentucky will be held in Louisville Ken tucky on September 24 2526 27 The sessions will be held in the First Christian Church Fourth and Walnut Streets although all the Christian churches will unite in entertaining the Convention The program promises to be one of unusual interest Tuesday the 25th is the Christian Womans Board of Missions Day No Christian Woman Board of Missions woman can afford to miss this feast of information and general helpftillness Send your name to R M Hopkins 218 Keller Building Louisville Ky and you will be assigned a home Lodging and breakfast will be provided free Every railrord in the State will sell tickets to Louisville at the rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets good going Sept 23 24 25 26 or 27 with return limit of midnight Septembr 29 f Born to thwife of Walter Southard on the 3rdafine boy The Thirtysixth Animal Meet ing of the Rockcastle Baptist Sun day School was held at Mt Pleas ant near Level Green Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday was the Association of the United Baptist held at the same place FOR SALEA too acre farts imprOIfarms are in Lincoln county near Crab Orchard For particulars call on or address JH LIVINGSTON sep 72tStanford Ky Attv J W Brown and W G Nicely with R L McFerron as Chairman will compose the board ofelection commissioners for Rock castle county for the coming elec lion A splendid selection for both parties and we cm rest assured that the election officers appointed y these gentlemen will be honest itraightforward men Many telephone users in seeking ng a number ask useless question For instance how much easier Mould it be foi everybody if when the subscriber got central ie merely called for the number nstead ot putting his request into long timetaking question Then when he is connectedwith lis party he should first announce his own name and if there is am loubt in his mind courteously asl he party at the other end of the wire if this is soandso Insteao many subscribers hurl an impolitt luery at the person called to tin telephone Who is that NinlI o it of ten persons resent this impo lite discourtesy and the conversa ion begins under unfavorable conditipns The value ot good manners at the receiver cannot be overestimatedand the saving of time is no more important often than the saving of temper toall concerned COURT ITEMS The special term of the Rockcas Me circuit court convened Monday with Judge L F Johnson of Frankfort as special judge The following gentlemen were selected as jurors J M Lear Marshal Smith W H Fish R A Mobley J H Reynolds John C Phillips Joe Doan W A Kinser J A Wood Shad Bullock T J Hayes P H Sbutts J B Farris G M Sig ron Sol Hammond B G Mul lins J W Owens John Villiams Major Bullock Thos Kirby J M Brown A C Sowder C C Cro BurdetteiUp to Wednesday night only two little cases were tried one of Alice Cook and Matilda Cook by their next friend Robert Cook vs William Stephens and Sarah Stepn ens for 6925 for timber cut by the defendants on the plaintiff land resulting in a verdict in favor of the plaintiff The other case was that of C S Johnson against Cowan McClung Co which was dismissed From a standpoint ot business transacted the special term is proving a failure so far however we want to say it is not the Judge who is responsible but the attorneys who are not ready for trial and have been asking continuances on almost every case called One case was tried yesterday H M Mink vs L N R R Co 1200 involved judgement 250 BKO 111 BAD Miss Lem Fhay Jones has re turned from a few weekvisit to friends and relatives in London and Pittsburg and is now the charming visitor of Miss Sallie Ev ansJohn E Evans traveling salesman for the Belk nap Hardware Manufacturing Co with headquarters in Athens Ga is here with his parents Mr and Mrs W T Evans School began last Monday and is progressing nicely with about Q2oo in attendanceChas- Hurt Chas and Rev A Pike and AE Albright attended the Association at Level Green Tues day and Wednesday Miss Clyde V Wilmott has returned from a visit ofone weeks duration in London and Livingston Mr and Mrs Joe Dickerson of Livingston are with Prof and Mrs Dickerson Dr A D Wilhoite was in Livingston on professional business Tuesday and Wednesday SLG Albright was in Mt Vernon Tues day Oscar Spoonamore made a flying trip to Parksville first of the week Ed Rogers is in Crab Orchard the guest of Miss Maggie Pleasant R L Collier of Crab Orchard was here Tuesday looking after his pole interestsOur barber W C Swinford makes weekly trips to Livingston going on train No 23 Wednesday and returning on train No 24 Tburidnv night Misses John Eva and Ruby Nelle Hilton have returned from a two weeks visit to LancasterMrs Ed Smith continues very low with hear trouble John Robins is attending court inMt Vernon this week Emery Albright left last week to enter school in Williauiaburg Rev W H Durham will begin a series of meeting at the 3 differ ent churches Sunday aud will con tinue for about two weeks c PROGRAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The following isa program of the Teachers Association which will meet at the Baptist church near Climax in District NO3 Saturday September 8ih iqn6 Devotional exercises by Sherman Chastecn Welcome address by JmL Jones Response by Felix Bowman Song by the Association Ms Country Tis of The Essay by Thessa Johnson Physiology by J Pennington Arithmetic by J O Scroggins Selecled reading by Ella L ke Intermission and basket dinner Song bv Association Nature study by Hattie Poyntei and R E Bell- Geography by tutor Dixney of Berea CollegeiHow to secure the co operatic n Sherman Chasteen What should be the aim ot morn instruction by J O Scroggin- Is the teachers salary conimen curate with his services by Supt Bollard Spelling by J Pennington Language by Ella Lake and Hattie Poynter How to secure attention by R E Bell and J O Scroggin What are the teat hers reward by J L Jones What is a teacher by Felix Bow man Sung When the Role is Called up YonderAdjournment Snpt G M Ballard Pres J L Jones Vice Pres sc Sherman Chasteen Secy OLYMPIC THEATRE CINCIN NAT A BIG SUCCESS The one big event of Cincinnatis Fall Festival was the opening last Sunday of the New Olympic Thea tre Amore auspicious theatrical event has not been chronicled any whete in this country and when it is taken into consideration that this beautiful modern playhouse is devoted to EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN GREATER VAUDEVILLE it must be admitted that something extraordinary ex ists in this more fertile of amuse ment fields Cincinuatians ofev ery rank were there in force at every performance the masses were interested and toe bankerand the preacher rubbed elbows with the street gamin The toilets worn by the ladies in attendance at the first performance receivedunusual attention The surrounding the furnishings the everything about the New Olympic is beyond de scription likewise the unparalleled talent that Manager Cleveland presented He promised the biggest and best entertainment ever seen in Cincinnati and he kept his word The enormous crowds appreciated everything For weeybe inning matinee Sunday September 9th John W Ransone will be seen in his latest and most lifelike impersonations of Wm Jennings Bryan The big novelty feature of course will be Ralph Johnstone the Acrobatic Aerial Cylist that astounded New Yorkers all last season at the Hippodrome Al Coins Pantomime DaintiestIOHearns big specutacular production A Romance of Killarney are all faces and features entirely new to Cincinnati On the same bill is the Grand Opera Trio Haley Meehan black face singers and dancers all these together with Filson Enrolhand several other big numbers will go tof make up a 151weeksblows even if they are well matched it is not a pleasing sight butif the man who gets the worst of it will use DeWitts Witch Hazel salve he will look better and feel better in short order Be sure you get1 fDeWitts Good for everything a salve is used for including piles Sold by Chas C Davis I2 irtid 41 9P V Just oPened a cons1M ete line of Fall antl Wniter- Shoes e want to sell them We can k certainly satisfy time most tastidiotis r m y m AVe insist on you nlien you need that t new pair of Shoes that you should not r overlook the fact that Star Brand Shoes i IUIhe a mHere are u a few of ihc many beautiful styles we are showing I I THE PLANET SHOE For Men Has no equal It is H rustle of the best stockr withII and is strictlyl high jfclass Shoe for men who tP dress well r = 1 1 ne Pamm Snoe mr Men 1 r 3vbO i J50tli g 1 4r gP1J i fttf5 Lj c Unr11T JYP1Jrh Lv 1i RR2i BFlFrEJr t 1 This lute of Shoes is t H and i as a fortable as a glove rn ffi They will wear long enough to suit you no I matter kick how much you qt 500B r Male by specialty workmen g I Stitched with best sill thread Soles best i oak tined We have I many styles of lasts and m leathers g what the Patriot is I ri u Our Family Shoes I For All the Family BoxjCalfstrong sturdy hattleshipcom Everyomfknows O rA1PJWL f- ri1 1 rrYR RMID MOES AJID BET1I r lens1 Ladies 200 Ch IdS 125 j Star on the Heel insures xnir protection N i The first point is that we l do not allow any misrep g reseuttltl0n8 1rhen you leiy a pair of star Brand Shoes no matter what the price you can rest assured there is no better shoe made anywhere for the money I We ask for your shoe business along these lines Isnt it fair Isnt it honest Isnt iij t K YOUR interest to consider this upbMake My Store Your Headqu rters While in T- ownFISHS CASH Church St Mt ernonf tearWhen you have a cold it in well be very careful about usiiig any j that will cause constipation Ito paniouhrlv careful nbout prep com in onintes Ue Ktrnmd s Laxative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and VS the bowels Sold by ObaaiV C Davis r n STOCK AN U eitUiI IFOR SALE r My farm of shout joo acres toe acres in cultivation veil improved well watered and las an orchard of about 1000 trees ocated between Level Green andt FTansford Will sell at a bargain For further information addresc JOHN GRAVESH Aug 173 Hansfurd Ky STKAYED A pale red yearling ififer dehorned with a liltle brindles n side weighed about 400 pounds vhen she left two months igs jberal reward for her ret jrn J W PAR oNS- lng315t Mt Vernon Ky There were several suckling colts n the market Monday and some sw were sold for handsome prices im Thompson of Preachersville ought of Judge J B Lair a four Months old coltfor 90 from G W 1 re dway one for 90 two rom Bill Payne for 65 and 75 mcl one from Will Rash for 75 G W Treadway sold a good v rk horse for 875ID Cum hills sold to Henry Henxman a lumber one good brood mare for 1150 and to some other parlies a mule colt for fo A LESSON IN HEALTH Hwnlihy kidneys filter the impu ities from the blood and unless iey do this good health is impossible Foleys K dney Cure makes mud kidnevs and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bad r diseases It strengthens the whole system Chas C Davis r 1ri N iLJ D1f ti1 fat chllAot cite saril Ko oplatso RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND STEllTIIiE 1SECTIOXS OF THE SO 1rEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOIf 15 AND KENTS FOR i5 PERACRE Ore of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Nor h ern Louisiana is the fact that cLi ed land rents for 5 per acre cash and can be bought for 7 50 tc- ai5 per acre It cots 6 to 10 an mere to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpensive The soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per ure worth 45 to6o This ac ounts for itf high rental value Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtahles and fruits thrive aS well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings IO to 16 per ton In other sections of these states md in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to tiro im proved farms 10 15 to 25 pr acreThe new White Rier country offers many opportunities for set tiers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can bebought as low as ti3 per acre See this great country for your self and spick out a tocation De scriptive literature with maps free on request I The Missouri PacificIron Mountain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returninq i days with stop overs For descriptive literature time tables tcv write to J s Ror G MATTHEWS Traveling vr Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSKND General Passenger i Ticket Agent St Louis Mopy J CIUBING OFFER Until further notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal for v i a or the Signal arid Louisville Herald Daily for 2 oo jqCash must accompany all orders under this arrangement KGDyspepsiaDigests j COUGHfjAND WITH Dr Kings N flDiscoerj a II FOfi cONSUSJ1PTION Price omms and 50c100 Iruins Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT end LUNG TRQTIB LES or MONEY BA03L I WKLL WORTH ITRYING W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes They keep my fami ly in splendid health Quick cure for headache constipation and Bill ousness 25c guaranteed at all daug stores Appomattox Booming Richmond Va Aug 29The Apptv 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 29Fire which start ed in the warehouse of the Heinza 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 29In view of public statements that President Roosevelt had made known his intend lA policy toward Cuba in the present evolution there Secretary Loeb said that any such statements were entire iy without foundation Riot at Polling Place Montgomery Ala Aug 29At New sne Tallahoosa county Chas Cook was killed and his son George probably 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 29Wm 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 captured here as he was about to blowup the Beeson Bank building Strikers on a Rampage Santander Spain Aug 29Tho strikers at Camargo are destroying the mines and railways have been pillaged of their dynamite stores A squadron of cavalry has left for the scene of trouble at Camargo CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BALM This is a liniment remarkable for its grcit power over pain It quickly allays the excruciating pain rheumatism and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon Ira N Terrill recently released from State Prison in Lansing Kan where he served a term on a mur der conviction is seeking the in dictment of the present G vernor and two former Governors of Kan sas and certain Oklahoma officials on the ground that he was unlaw fully held under peonnge and WT net guilty as charged of murder TO CURE A FELON says Sam Kendall of PhilipJu- Kansas lust cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet find Sore eyes Onlv 25c at all drugstores guaranteed H Jaqni9das ciiir oj paSmjqo nasq i jaquiojdag uo BjjBds JB pian uaaq aAtq oj qoqu uojun oj aqj jo arep aqj M Xjpnjuax 8Aa iJ pa9uq OF INTEREST TO MANY Noleys Kidney Cure will cure any case of Kidney or M dder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medciue can do more Chas C Davis 494D p CURES RHEUMATISM LUMB450 SS1ITIGA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE- taken Internally rids the blood of the poisonoiu matter and acids which diseasesAppliedstant relief fror rb n whle a permanent thebloodstance and remtf rc it rcm the system DR S D gLAND Brewtun Gatrritesbad benrarfr for a number of yean with Lutniin and Uliviiinatlnn In arms anilleff ji trlodsfltboremedlesthtlcouid- gather from medical works and alio eoniultal wltb a number of tLe belt DOtbIDfsLhat ti J as rerito It In pisotlos for rbeaciatlan sad ilnured dli- eaieaFREE If you are suffering wtb Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write to us forJB trial bottle of KDBOPS and test It yourself DROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring a drug habit as It Is entirely free of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Vs IMP I18le COVE Green Riddle who has been lo cated in Cincinnati for some time is at home On the 29th of August W HI Proctor set his father Andelson Proctor a birthday dinner that being his fathers Sgth birthday Among those present were his wie Mrs Anderson Proctor and Mrs Kelley his moth rill law she he in her 87111 year Mrs ling Motherinlaw of W H Proctor who is in her yyth yea and several other younger p roll all of whom seemed to ehjoy them selves well Mr Proctors health is very good at that age STARVING TO DEATH Because her itsmache was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus Ohio was literally starving to death She writes My stomache was so weak from useless duigs that i could not eat and my nerves were so weak that I could not sleep and nt t before I was given up to die was I enduced to try Electric Bit ters with the vvonderlul result that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health tonic on earth50c Guar anteed by all druggist Mrs Robert H McCreary of Chicago was drowned while bath ing in Lake Michigan Mr Mc Creary is the son of Senator James B McCreary of Kentucky In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often foi gotten In tIlt mad pell mel rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remain undone A hastiU eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose ot Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat and puts your stomach hack into shape Sold by Chas C Davis ONLY RAILROAD 1 SOUTH 1it EQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIGNALS I AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1tOM- CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast Gnd Southwest OFj For Information and Rates HCKINQCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W A QARRETT General liIsnager- W C RINEARSON PA- r Cincinnati O THE ORIGINALL- AXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systembowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly cough cures constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates The Red Clover Blos com and the Honey Bee is on everr bottle Tn KENNEDYS LAXATIVE COKTilNINO IIONEYANDTARPREPARED E 0 DeWJTT CO CHICAGO U 8 A Sold by CHASC DA VI DEAFNES CAN 40i UE CUUED by local applications as they c muut r Pcli the ilUease portion of the ear There is only one vruv to cure dcvifiits and that is by cmiNt tn iunl remedies Deifiicss is can ed by ai lamed condition of tits cons lining of the Eus nclii n Tube When this tube i inflamed you have a ruinblinir ottiido nnperfCt hearing nd wlteit it s ntruly ulosed deafness in the result an unless the inllu nliou ea be taken out and tliK tibe rt torcd to its normal com ition hwimis will lIe d trill d forrv r iiiC s ou oft iiaiv caused by than h which not hg hilt all ill IIUIINI eoudition of till inuens surf rs Ve will j ve 0 le Hun reel hollars for any rase of lUainess cause hettttrrlt ihsr taiiot be fired Ittlals Catarrh Cin irtIrY 111 Toledo 0 lakt Hails lamily Pills for eonbi ntion CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLD A I Nusbaum Bate ville Ind WrIh sLast year I suffered foi hr iiiontiis with a summer cold o di ressing that it interfered with my uo ness I had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took stveral ruediciies which seemed to only agrivate my case Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success Chas C Davis The case of the Commonwealth against Curt Jett charged with the assassination of James Cockrell was called Wednesday in Cynthi asia THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEY DTAR Clover Blossom and Honey Bee on Every bo- ttleROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co SIT VERNON KY 0 FARM No lrhis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near I3rodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because oi his health The entire farm is undei fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of goon stock water Also good orchard FARM No 4lao acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to rut Farm good residence and one ten air house Jan be bought for 55000 i real bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land be tween Urush crook uml Orhnuln t in rultivation hulancc linibuivd two houses and well watered Vi ell ihjiip FVliM NO 8214 acres m u Ir5otI inn cluircjlispkjiHlid its idecu am a most desirable farm Price 2000 a uiiiiiitinFA NO lO ThrM tracts oi land in one body consisting of 85 SJ ami acrs located on lade Foil creek in Lincoln county Ky and about inilca from Crab urchtid 01 1oalIAbout lit acres of this land is bot UlIlanJ A bargain at 3 pnrijre On third cash the balance in one and tw- oFoLEYsIEYANDTAr Guros Colds Prevents Pnonmbnia A GAURANTKED CHKE FOR ILKV Itching Biud Bleeding Protrud ing Piles prnggists are anthom ed to refund money if PAXO OiNT MKNTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days St I- CFO LETS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of anycase 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 50c and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS CDAVJS WtMCHESTER NLJILACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale Everywhere For ThinI PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility But even this grand old medicine cannot do its best work if the liver inactive and tlie bowels constipated Fur till liubt possible re stilts you should take laxative doses of Ayers Tills while taking the Sarsaparilla Hade J Ayor Co Lowell laass IAlso manutoe tutors of AGUi VIGORI We tave no secrets Vie publiih the formulas of all our medicines VANTFDScliool having new attractivt proposition wishes ener getic 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 Paul Steinland the fugitive pres ident of the Milwaukee avenue bank of Chicago was arrested Tuesda in Tangier Morocco by Assistant States Attorney Harry Olsen and a representative of a Chicago newspaper who found Stenslands trail through informa tion given them by a woman A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the Body be cleansed but occasional use ofa laxative or cathartic opens he bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DeWitts Little Early Risers Pleas nit little pills that do not gripe or cken Sold by Chas C Davis- WANTFDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order hOU3e assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territor alary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permunenl Fi invest men or experience requir d time valuable Write nlHJfllr full prjrlicul irs anden luseselii llns e envelope AI- res OKNKKAI MANAOKU 134 E akc St Chica- go1rodhead Marble Workf BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monument ind Tombstones manufactured bv ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Uso Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATnvTGIlTj Manager 1iewarb Iron liiill Fence f UfetlmeIIlgbul iMiJtwARr1ROM1T4PAf CINCINNATI O Cltllope tl Cill aee AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONEPARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Mani tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 64 DAYS IN WONDER FUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized 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 iQoy Barret Avenue Louisville UNION sINGING Met September 2nd at Marethurg church persnant to appointment IISong hy Maretbnrg Infant claus Beautiful Home Devotional exercises bv J C Me calf Organization S E Chandler Chairman W A Carsnn Secretary Song by Mareiburg choir Res errectinti Morning Welcome address by S E CrandherISong by Freedom choir Knme With Jesus Rye ard Bye Response by J C Metcalf Song by Brodhead choir Wav ing Harvest Song by Maretburg choir Beautiful Home Song by Brodhead choir Smil ing Sea Address by Bro Carr Song bv Freedom choir Home Over The Sea Song by Maretburg choir Thou At Gone Song by Brodhead choir Savior Lead Them Song by Freedom choir With Jesus on Board Address by S H Martin Song by Maretburg choir Keep on Climbing Song by Brodhead choir Shin ing Way Song by Freedom choir Rest onThat Beautitul Shore aong by Skeggs Creek choir Golden Hope Address by J C Metcalf sub- jectSunday Schools Song by Marethurg choir I Will Meet You Song by Brodhead choir He Leads Me- Song by Freedom choir Bring jug In Tbe Sheaves Song by Skeggs Creek choir Twill Be Glory Bye and Bye Song by Maretburg Infant class Happy Home Song by Brodhead choir Going HomeSong by Fret dom choii Come Unto Me- Address by G E Painter Song by Skeggs Creek choir UVe Are Nearing That Sweet HomeSong by Marel burg choirc1Ve Are Marching Honif Song by Brodhead choir I Am Seeking a Home Song by congregation How Firm a Foundation THE BRlirtTil OF LIFE Its a sgnificant fact that the strongest animal of its size the gur illa also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful orentures How to keep th beath ing organs right should 1ie mans cheest study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Thrre bottles of Dr Kings New Disco cry stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consumption Oh its tin ml for throat awl lung rouhle Uiaiantetd bv all drnggir Prii e nr and i on Trial ho tie ftve W A CARSON Painter e PaperhangerAgent HENRY BOSCH cos line of WALL PAPER noon- MOULHNGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placing ou order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS Dentist t Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClass t Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil hams residence PHONR No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JOFFICE On arc floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 JfO MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer LINE of Caskets Complete Robesc- Ordersbylelephone attended promptly Stanford Ky 1 J t A sSs The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 ycars has borne the signatrore of has insulo under sonal supervision since infancy Allow no one to deceive you iu All Counterfoils Imitations anao st1asjjooiiaro but Experiments that trifle with awl endanger the health of Infants antI ChultlreiiExpericice against Experiment What Is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine not other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Frieiu- lGBNUINR CASTORIA ALWAYS BCPTS the Signature of The Kind Yon toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years i f A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children t they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain discomfort to yourself by taking IIWINE I It will ease inflam mation cure ovar ian trouble etc and make Try it At every drug WRITE US A freely frankly telling troubles We will send free plain sealed envelope dies Advisory Dept The Medicine Co Chattanooga anti occn his per its this Oil cures the as or and girl now Mrs J P Iowa She and we are The Land ands uu J Are you liisuit as niucli No doubt you art making all you can much It ta ires too much mane to trying to make a living on a small farm and paying a yood share of vvliHi vcn rai better to go where thr price of good a big farm where every acre of the raise is pay ing you good profits There ate thousands along the line of the Cotton Belt from 3 to 10 nil acre This Jnml is SEE TIlE SO CARDUICOMPLFTE A trip to the Southwest ets ts lay in set tlin there The trip can be the first and third Tuisc ys of each month ticket to any point in the Southwest on or CIY low rates in Stopovers will be alluwed are interested Write at once for free wonderful country and for full etc I C BARRY in T P A Louisville Ky DrU5f TIlE BEST BUY ain tf icinep flse8sesof Prop rfrj PHONE No 53 YEItNONY Cb 1 r iII I t 3 Collins Caskets and Robes All Muil Telegraph or Tple g phone otdets Promptly X Filled X