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Fridayuni u t VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 14 1906 NUMRRR 5t jT 3i L vs de3 W v With The Thought 5 iAlways in 111ind- THAT t The recollection of Quality remains long i after the Price is forf offerVV8 for the next 10 days the celebrated W IOld Hickory iWagon Complete with Bed I Spring Seat and top Brakes for 1ia Strength Durability andhon distinctive i II Wagons r 1 Woodwork and Ironwork is best ever putiany wag ion Old Hickory Wagons ware the lightest running of anyS wagons ever producedany where in the world 5 Price Holds Good 10 0 Days nnyi I am Sole agent for Rockcastle County U I ft J f J k Ll II IJ INTERESTING STATE NEWS t TOBACCO GROWERS Wish Information About New Plant ers Protective Association speculationhasof Kentucky and Tennessee by the publication recently of articles of in corporation for the Planters Protective Association of Kentucky Tennes presumedthatto take the place of the Dark District Tobacco Planters Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennessee which was formed in September 1904 and to which about 85 per cent of the tobacco growers of the dark tobacco district now belong In the brief notices which were first published re garding the filing of the first named articles it was stated that the capital stock was 200000 but in the articles the capital is placed at only 200 The same men are named as the officers of both corporations and as the two do not seem to be at all compatible the farmers are very much stirred up over the situation A card has been issued calling on President C H Fort and General Manager F G Ewing as they are the officers of both associations to publicly explain the relation of each corporation to the other- MADDENS DIVORCE Charging His Former Wife With Fraud Filed at Lexington Ky petiIitorney C J Bronstcn for John E Mad den asking for l divorce from his for mer wife and custody of their two sons Joseph and Edward vas filed here The petition recites the facts of his marriage with Anna Louise Me Grue the birth of their children and then states that she left him more than a year ago and after a divorce from him gramel in Ohio the former Mrs Madden married L V Bell Ha hen declares that the divorce she procured was fraudulent and that her marriage to Doll is illegal The alle ations are substantially as published several days ago lie charges Mrs Maadens divorce was fraudulently ob tained and for the purpose of marry ing BllIIMARSHALL IS INVITEDI To Tell the Commission What He Knows About Prison Grafts Frankfort KyThe prison commissioner were in session out no morn witnesses appeared in the milk con tract investigation The board sent a letter to L B Marshall editor of tits paper that made the charges against Warden Lillard asking him to furnish the commission with any information he has as to other alleged graft which he intimates exists in the state prison The commission paroled Albert John son of Louisville serving five year for malicious cutting and Jude of Martin county who served nearly six years of an eight year sentence for manslaughter Johnson has conIlIlPtlOiLI woo has been adjudged a lunatic in the Fayette county court and declared to be a man of sound mind by a jury in the Jefferson county court will beI brought Into the local courts again by hirm declared sane Victim of Accidental Shooting Lexington KyEphraim Darnaby was the victim of an accidentaly shoot ing here While talking to a frlen the latter accidentally dropped his revolver to the floor and Jt was dis charged The bullet passed through Darnabys left hand and lodged in his hip Killed a Woman Louisville Ky Emma McCubbin 23 died as the result of having been shot in the abdomen by James Cun ningham known as Sunny Jim The snooting occurred in the womans room in a house at 262 East Green street shortly after noon Cunningham made his escape Surveying Route- Evansville IndSurveying ha commenced on the route for the proposed new railroad from Green river to Dlxoii Ky by way of Sebree Ky The required amount to build the road has been subscribed and most of the rights of way have bees secured Result of a Fist Fight Paducah KyIn a fist fight between Charley Snell a bartender and George Rawles a farmer from Southern Illinois the latter was probably fatally wounded Being knocked down Rawles struck a fire hydrant and hla skull was fractured Carmack and Watterson Louisville KyIt is announced thai Henry Watterson editor of the Court ler Journal and Senator E W Car mack of Tennessee have accepted in vitations to deliver addresses at the Bryan reception for the Southern States in Louisville September y2 A Louisville Shootln Louisville KyJames J Rickoy who was shot three times by Frank Wymond It at the city hospital where it is said his condition Is not serious The cause of the shooting is knownr notI OLD GRUDGE Terminates in a Cutting Affray Which May Prove Serious Covington Ky Noah Courtney 18 and Jess Gillespe 18 and George Gil lespie 17 bro t ethere from Falmouth Ky urslon The three men it 11ersja were drinking and have s for a year The three irioj avenue and Pike street No words it is said were passed between them when suddenly Courtney drew a small peiiknif cuj ting Jess GHlespie in the eck inflict ing a small wound Both brothers ran In different directions Latkr Courtney and George Gillespie met Courtney it is said attacked him with a italic inflicting two bad wounds in the necl almost severing the nose and on the head Gillespie was taken to the St Elizabeth hospital where he had his wounds dressed Patrolmen Chipman and Blick arrested Noah Courtney on a charge of cutting with intent to kill and Jess Gillespie with disorderly con duct The latter claims the cuttin was unjustifiable Courtney claims it was an old grudge but refused to tell the nature of it HOTEL GUESTSI Were Panic Stricken When the Insur ance Man Was Shot Lexington KyF M Holland rep resentative of a Louisville life and ac cident insurance company was shot and seriously wounded by Buck Nolan In the dining room of the St George Hotel at Winchester The shootin tool place at the meal hour The dining room was fairly well filled with guests and pandemonium reigned According to Nolan who conducts a bar her shop in the building Holland en gaged In a quarrel with him early h the afternoon He was persuaded tr leave the shop and Nolan thought nothing more of the argument until he was attacked again by Holland in tin dining room at supper he says He dc clares that Holland grabbed him frOT behind and began hitting him on the head and face when ho defended hln self by firing one bullet Into his antic onist Holland was carried to hi room in the hotel and the physician say he can not recover Holland is native of Georgia and a brother of C D Holland postmaster at lIcPhersau Ga FIVE MEN Attack a Farmer and Beat Him sc That He Will Die Richmond Ky Tames Townsman farmer of White Hall attended dance at Clays Ferry While retort ing home he was attacked it is sate by John James and Parker Whit William Crawford and James Gra farm hands who it is alleged use Townsnrs deads tl wounded man and summoned ofllcei who arrested the five men and lodge them in jail Townsman will die CLINGING FOR LIFE To the Car Gen John B Castlemai Was Dragged for Miles Louisville Ky Clinging for his III to the handrail of a passenger car ve Jbule Gen John B Castleman vete an of the late wars was dragged fc seven miles at a fearful speed It collided with a switch stand in h wild flight but still clung to the ca ttdwas closed Not until passengers sa his desperate position was the tra stopped However his injuries are no considered serious Kelly is indicted Hopknsville KyThe grand jut of Trigg county has returned an idictment against County Attorne John W Kelly charging him with mi appropriating 4700 trust funds place iu his hands as master commission prior to resigning office January 1906 New Temple Dedicated Louisville KyThe new temple o the congregation Adath Israel was ded icatert Many prominent Hebrews in luding nearly all the rabbis from th past and south were present The roductory address was by Rabbi Enc low of Louisville Looks Like Lid is Off Louisville Ky Although over 50 saloons theaters hotels and barbe shops remained open on Sunday li Louisville no complaints were mad to police headquarters or to Magi rate Hoffman It looks like the lid off in Louisville Pardoned by Beckham Sergent Ky John Reynolds 24 an alleged Kuklux leader of 1901 who was given a life sentence has been pardoned and returned to his home to the surprise of his relatives nolds was formerly a teacher in t schools of Letcher county Kentucky Doctors Death Omaha NebDr James H Peabody the wellknown ex army surgeon who died at his home here formerly lived In Louisville Kyj where In the sixties he was married to Miss Mary V Dent CaT 33 1ABeni the l Ipafut tI f A 1ave UlI THE BUSY MANS CORNER On the parade ground at Grodno ChiefIThe New Orleans Progressive union Invited W J Bryan to visit New Or September2LWilliam F Scheurmann mayor of Carrolltou Ky was nominated by ac RepublicausThe Alabama Democratic conven tion nominated John R Tyson for chief justice of the supreme court and John H Dowdell and T C Me Clollan for associate justices The cruiser Des Moines has sailed for the Florida coast in search of filibustering expeditions several of which are reported to be heading for Cuba with arms for the Insurgents The steamer Richmond Capt Pick ett from Georgetown to New York which was disabled off Frying Pan lightship was towed into Wilraiug ton N C for repairs to her ma chinery Republicansat Salisbury At WinstonSalem he arraigned the Democratic party declaring that it had no platform and stood for nothing At Bjeljazerkov a baud of armed roughs attacked the local branch of the Discount bank in full view of many people and got off with 40000 One bystander was killed and one of the robbers fearing capture commit ted suicide The strike of Southern Pacific car men which has involved nearly 500 workmen and extended across the en tire state of Louisiana has been set tied The men will return to work and receive rn advance in wages av eraging about three dollars per month eachMilton Jesse and Leonard Rawl Ings appeared before Judge Mitchell at Valdosta Ga and had sentence passed upon them for their alleged complicity in the murder of the Car tel children Milton and Jesse Rawl ings were sentenced to be hanged on October 2 and Leonard was again sentenced to life imprisonment PUSHING THE OIL OUSTER CASE Missouri Attorney General Trying to Finish Testimony St Louis Sept 12The hearing la the ouster proceedings of the state of Missouri against the WatersPierce the Standard and the Republic Oil companies was resumed Tuesday H Clay Pierce chairman of the execu tive committee of the WatersPierce company who was on the witness stand all day Monday was the princi pal witness again Tuesday Attorney General Hadley stated that he desired to complete the taking of testimony in behalf of the state He tiexpectsoil interests to complete their mony during September so that th case can be submitted to the suprem- court at the October term If this done a decision may be rendered b January 1 next THE MARKETS 4jjfi Grain Provisions Etc- Chicago Sept ouRSteady Spring wheat t brands Jt70 Minnesota hard patent jut J4OOIlUO straight export bags J3150 iWHEATEasierMay 71Vi71c CORN Firm September 4C46ic May 42iJ4ii ie OATSStronger September 3U6 December 31i5j32AccRYE ment on the early call September vaa bill and u7c asked December was 574c iil and e asked and May was Eic bid BARL1ST Was steady September an pberber No was 43ytc bid and December 44c bidp1923iytc dairies 1720c EGGSFirm Fresh eggs at mark ne cases Included ISSlGJc per dozen prim lirsts 2c extras LIVE POULTRYSteady Turkeys per lb 12c chickens fowls per lb llVitf ducks 11Q11c PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPTLY RELIEVED BY CHAM BERLAINS PAIN BALM Mr James N Nichols a mer hint and postmaster at Vernon onn makes the following state neat A little child of Michael painhom tnhe Mr came to me for something to stop the Ittt learues pain From the many din nents I carry in stock I aavist- d him to use Chamberlains Pa Balm and the first application drew out the inflammation and gave mmediatefrelief I have used this recommendis it erv and lame back and have nevei nown it to disappoint For sale ngdruIn view of existence ot Probshewas expected there on the American cruiser Charleston will go direct from Callao to Panama not stopping in Ecuador STOP IT A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances wh Foleys Honey and Tar affords fect security from serious effects of a cold Chas C Davis Established 1887 ThejBond Roadsi I favor the bond issue for good roads because good roads are the upbuilding of any county or State andwithout good roads we can never hope for our county to take the position as comparedwith other counties of the State which it ought to have S W DAVIS Wholesale Saddlery 1 favor the bond issue for good roads because I believe the build ing of roads in our county will be of greater benefit to our county than anything that can be doue C D SUTTON Clerk Nothing succeeds like success With good pikes Rockcastle is a success We have a good county good people and the best is none too good for us Let us have th BAKEReMerchant I favor the bond issue because it will place the people of the county in a better position to easily marke- erythingev they produce upon the farm upon which the country de pands Very truly S C FRANKLIN Jeweler We want the good roads so that we may be able tr go where business calls us with sonic degree of comfort aud dispatch A G LOVELL M D We favor the bond issue becaus- of the great benefit it will be to tb county from a commercial standpoint W L RICHARDS Cashier Bank of Mt Vernon We favor the bond issue Qfrom the fact that it is the most economical and business like method of improving the present bad conditions of our roads A B FURNISH The contemplated bond issue is the most direct and immediate want supplyer andat the same me the most direct enhancer of SALIItaBanak bYe cause most satisfactory way of constructing roads in any county S W ADKINS M D We iudorse the bond issue for commercle al interests of our county demand an improvement in our thoroughfares CHAS C DAVIS Druggist I am in favor of turnpikes be ause there is no plausible reason whv I should not he Nor is there any reason why any man inthe favorS of ikes In the first place it would g increase the value of roperty in the county It would give employment to the citizens of theem and the money would go back to the county and remain in the county and make times more prosper ous while the pikes were being built and that naturally would i crease all kinds of business It would bene directly and indirectly every man womau and child in i the county I want every man in the county to stop and think before you oppose this movement asd after vou think surely you will not oppose it but upon tbe other hand you will do all you can to make it grand success Now is the time to do something dont wait until initis too late Did you ever hear of a county building pikes and then being sorry theydid it No no a thousand times no but they flu tnh e county ever did There is no reas on why Rockcastle county should not come to the front and if we do our part its is bound to come out figblEhe ht doesnt live light on the main road hut stop and think he is bound to to get on the main road before he Gang anywhere We must not be airaid it will benefit one person more than another but remember United we stand divided we fad andall pull together andwe krsergY1 JtYERSDtmtMk IFrom a purely business stand favor the issuing and sell ing of bonds to give good roads to becauseIpaying a small interest each year bothImoney roads Second lour farms and business properties will be doubled in rstlue as aouu we have good roads Third by building these roads we give employment to our farmers and their teams thereby keeping the money at home and giving us good roads which will put Cour county in the rank to which it belongsU AXJi MerchantiWAS A VERY SICK BOY BUT CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHCEA my boy was two years old he had a severe attack of bowel Chamberlains outtesays Maggie Hickok of canbeere cases Even cholera infantum is cured by it Follow the plain centthe leading druggist in Mt Vernon SPIRO Rev Reubin Hurley will preach at th Cummins school house Sept 16 at ii oclockH G Owens bought of Sam Say ers a horse fo- rII5Mr A J Cress of Wayne countIvisited the family of Mr and Mrs W H Owens last week Mrs T S Doan and little lceens better knawn asHAb return ed to his work at Gravel Switch last SundaYSeveral of the Level Green boys attended Sunday c bool at Freedom last SundayJ H McKinney visited friends at Hans ford last TuesdayrMTS M y Hahn and children of Crab Orchard visited Mrs Fred Hahn Monday and Tuesday Miss Cora McKinney sad brother Sherman visited their sister Mrs Sallie Doan last Sat urda and SundaySeveral from this community attended the Asso elation at Mt Pleasant rMr Dock Owens and Miss Helen Sayers visited friends at Pongo last week The infant child of Mr and Mrs Bert Owens died last Monday and was buried Tgesday- CHAMBERLAINS I CQU GH REMEDY ACTS ON N TTJRES PLAN i The most successful medicines Chamberlainsthis plan Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough relieve the luji s lid expector Lion open the secretions Pod aid ahealthyexcellenceItcold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist iu Mt Vernon ADJOINING COUTNIE8 Jesse Fitzgerald the negro who r Barnfor the murder of UrsM Robert Broughtoa and for whose protection from mob otucethr e companies of State Guards were sent there will not yang Sept ZI according to the sentence His lawyers are now taking an appeal and before the expiration ofllihe limit his case will gd eTbre tie Court of Appeals t5Everybody loves autlaaby rosy sweet and war Deckanddimples1onher CI093dMother gave her Cascasweet now shes well again You know what your are tivi rY ascr4allevery bottle Contains no loss of sleep Avegetable correc byChascCt All peace projects were decl red off at Havana Monday evening tfter a specialmeetini brthepablilet It was antwuticei thatltKe Oiferaimeat would veverbons et td1 tljfeb gbttareATO AsmN fl millLiY si 11oNirs lri MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEP 14 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON RAREY HELM Of Lincoln OVER twenty two thousand people assembled in the New Armory building Louisville on Wednesday evening to hear the masterly speech of that great advocate of the peo ples rights William Jennings Bry an For one hour and a half that large audience though very warm and uncomfortable sat as if spell bound to listen to the oratory Jog ical reasoning and statements of facts as they fell 4om the lips of that great chieftain of the Demo cratic party Because of some mis constructions honest on the part of some and willful and malicious with others as to what was said in the New York speech on the ques tion of Government ownership of railroads he made the following statement or rather a rehash of what was said in the Madison Square garden speech In my speech at the New York reception I made some remarks concerning Government ownership of railways The New York speech was prepadiu advance r I stated exectly jyhat t wanted to state and I have nothing to withdraw or modiry If you ask me whether the ques tion Government ownership will be an itiir the campaign of 1908 I answer I do not know If you ask me whether it ought to be in the platform I reply I cannot tell until I know what the Democratic voters thinkupon the subject If the Democrats believe that the next platform should cqtain a plank in favor of Government ownership then that plank ought to be includ ed If Ve Democrats think it ought not to contain such a plank then the plank ought not to be in cluded I have spoken for myself and myself only and 1 did not know how the suggestion would be received iIF now t prepared to confess to you that it has been re ceived nipre fayorably than I ex pected R GO WILLIAMS ofGovington has officially announced his 1candi dacy for the Democratic nomina t lion for State Senator from Kenton j county Dick as be is known here has risen fast from the smootheshaven ladwho made his appearance before the Coving ton bar by winnining hisfirst case until nov he is one1 of the niotsuc cessful and prominent lawyers of that place Eight years ago last November after a hard fought campaigivhe was made judge of this county by a nice vote being k the firstJDemocrat to hold that po f sition in Rockcastle in a number of years He made a most excellent judge one of the best the county has ever had building good roads and fighting he liquor people During his four years at Coyington Dick has made many friends and if he puts up as stiff a fight there as he did in Rockcastle he will be the next Senator from Ken ton county THE ten indictments found against theStandard Oil Compnny by two Federal grandjuries of Illi nois arein effect one and consti Lute the longest indictment known in the history of the law and yet 1this three years Au indictment coveruig the whole number of years the company has i been in existence would be iisefule in explainingfto children how long V eternity is THE new simplified spelling which the President hal adopted and ordered to be used in the Gov eminent printingyoffice lis causing more comment than any otfief1 thingr the President has been connected itticelhe Longswprth Roosevelt wedding- t f tTHE pj pnsbprp girl w otnar rjedt g tiofJ1er horrid name provd jt exepuon to the general run of Wipmeti who usually Vat a divorce to g id0it9t i lbusi band rfi HIGH tr1 atPrryi- 1le To Trfei a butcher H A J shop or kill a hog within the city limits you have to pay a license of 20 POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Democrats of the Second Tennessee district in convention at Knoxville nominated E L FosterI for Congress Gov Higgins of New YorK vis conferIH Clay Evans ReuubMcan nominee for Governor opened his carupaigg Monday ioa speech to about 2000 people at Lawrencbun- TennPresdent Roosevelt has appoint ed Col Culver C Snifferi to be Paymaster General of the army to succeed Gen Francis S Dodge who retired Tuesday United States Senator Dick won the contest for the chairmanship of the Republican State Executive Committee carrying with it the State leadership at Dayton Ohio Tuesday W J Bryan gave out ra state ment in Lincoln Mouday announcing that as soon as his Southern trip is completed he will enter the campaign in Nebraska and other States Alabama Democrats in conven tion at Mongomery nominated John B Tyson for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and John H Dow dell and T C McClellan for Asso date Justices c The Independence League con vention held two sessions Tuesdsy in Carnegie Hall New York Hisses for W T Jerome and a big demostration for W R Hearst were features of the evening ses sionVilliamT Cobb Republican was Monday re elected Governor of Maine by a plurality of less than 8000 over Cyrus W Davis Democrat Congressman Littlefield was reelected by a greatly reduced plu rality All the other Republican probably have won though the First district is in doubt The Democratic State Conven tion held at Dover Delaware nom inated the following ticket Con gress David T Marvel Washington State Treasurer Robert H Wilson Dover State Auditor Kendall M Wiley Bridgeville William J Bryan was indorsed for PresidentIn against Government ownership as a plank in the Demo cratic platform Senator Raynor of Maryland declares the party must if it wishes to make Mr Bryan the nominee make the con test on the personalities of the can didates in which event Democratic chances would be even no mattei who is the Republican candidate The Republican Committees of Oklahoma and Indian Territory at a meeting in Oklahoma City Tues day night failed to amalgamate and postponed further action in the matter until after the election of delegates to the Constitutional Convention Until that time the Republican party will have a doub le organization which many Re publicans fear maybe disastrous C W B M NOTES Kentuckys special work for the year 1906 is the new Dormitory at Morehead support ot three Mis sionaries and two students in the Mountain Schools This necessitates raising 7000 Only two more weeks now remain in which to meet our obligations befor the LouisvilleIat once Not many schools in Eastern splendidihead School The school campus contains abont seventyfive acre and js the site of six build ings occupied by the teachers and students The main school building contains five classrooms and a library Burgess Hallcon rains the large assembly room with a seating capacity of 500 Henson Hall is the home for the young la dies and will accommodate seventy fivtor eighty The new dormito ry for young men will Accommo date seventyfive Building is heated by furnace and lighted by electricity The National Board will enlarge the diningrooms of both the Mountain Schools build new kitchens storerooms bath and other needed additions which will greatly add to the comfort and dpupill pal otthe Morehead School and Prof H J Derthick a man of ability and consecration is the newly elected Principal of the Ha zel Green Academy LI VMNGSTOiN Mrs E Woodall returned Satur day from a visit to to htr mother Mrs Sutton pf Elrod Mrs Woodall was accompanied by her sisterinlaw Mrs Pearl Daniels who will remain here severalweeks Mrs Clara Hayes and son of Paris are guests of Mand Mts BogartIIis spending a few days with her aunt Mrs W H Rice Mr and Mrs George Griffin spent several days at the home of Mr and Mrs David Griffin Miss Margaret Overstreel is again with her sister Mrs Bowers after a pleasant visit with her parent at Parksville Mr Charles Rice Jr is spending a short vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Chas Rice SrThe teachers of the As sociation which was to meet at Pine Hill Sept 22nd have postponed their meeting until a later date Mrs J M Walton of Sharpsburg arrived last night to be with her mother Mrs Joe Sambrook who has typhoid fever Our little town is having quite a siege of typhoid feverMiss RoseI McFerron spent Wednesday in town the guest of her sister Mrs W J Childress Mr W C Swinford spent Wednesday and Thursday in townMrs Henry Browning and family of Paris spent Saturday and Snndav at the home Mr and Mjrs Jerome Adams Mrs Harry Jenkins returned to her home at Corbin after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J B Hayes Mrs Chqs Chappel is visiting friends in Berea this weekMr and Mrs Drum mond have returned from a pleas ant stay with friends aud relatives- in Knoxville When two strong men come to blows even if they are well match ed it is not a pleasing sight but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DeWitts Witch Hazel salve he will took better and feel better getDeWitts pilesSoldr OLD HICKORY CHIPS By our Associate Editor It is doubtfulif President Roose velt will ever succeed in Simplifying spellin beyond the point reach ed by the man who inveuted the LOTJA delares that up right desks are again coming into vogue What the bank depositors would prefer is men of the same design to occupy them It will be a sad blow to the schoolchildren but it had as well be ex plained now that they cannot spell quite all the words in their exer cises quite the way they please It is estimated that 200 Jews were killed and 1000 wounded during the outlook of Saturday and Sunday at Siedlce Reports received at St Petersburg indicate hat the fighting is ended FOR SALEA 100 acre farm wellwatered Also an unimprqv ed farm of 85 acres Both of these farms are in Lincoln county near Urab Orchard For particulars call on or addressJ LIVINGSTON sep72t Stanford Ky FlAY CENTS I IN some conditions the gain from the use ofJScotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put upa fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is- slowerhealthcannot dayInEmulsion must be taken as nourishment afood rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free sample Scott Bowne 4094I5 Pearl SL Cke1itsNewYork ocoadio All draught J t Three men were killed at Rush ville Ind by coming in contact with a barbed wire fence that had beeu charged with electricity from the plant of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Traction1 Company The hearing of the ouster pio ceedings of the State of Missouri against the WatersPierce the Standard ant the Republic Oil Companies at St Louis Tuesday was continued until Oct 16 Pains across th smflll of the bat indicate something wrong with e kidneys DeWitrts Kidnev and Bladder Pills will qiiickly bring re lief A weeks treatment for 25 cents Act on the liver too Sold by Chas C DavisI IAm better prepared than ever to test fit the eves wiih glasses forIDo all kinds of watchand clock pecIAll kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN 1 and go J a Sept 11 HOGS E SExtra 8 pat 4 35 S 4 2 72 2 mixed 50 O 2 21 F 1N 2 60 ft CJ HAY Ch timothy 1C 1 85 2 00 7 95 16 00 WHEAT 2 70 rNo 2 mhefi 4- SOATSNo 2 30 1G 75 LARD Steam n 862 YORK FLOUR pat 3 75 g 4 10 No 2 g 75 2 mlxeL 35 mess18 75 19 25 8 80 8 85 nALTIMOUE 2 54 No 2 34 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 73 CORN 2 52 Nd 2 32 PORK Prime 016 50 LARD 850 CATTLEPr1me 5 15 5 35 HOGS Choice 6 40 6 460 4 65J IN ONE BROMO QUI NINE All refund if it fails to cure E Groves is on box 25CtS The Kind You turof l A- HMDOME thersJall 0 Our Shoe 1 Our This is the kind worn awl Martha For und VEAR are pair the of on means 1 Our LADIES HATS is and arc a very low price in and fit up your Girls with Hats that come front F Sons and you will save money and be sure of the latest for fun and not for profit The best Flour 65 cents a i sack The facts in a are us and you will be sure get good goods for little Space does not us all but if you come in our store will by experi euce teach you that our goods means peace at home and toward us for trade I F u = eArJ ats i pu a Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This WIISKIf c For the next twenty at cost groceriesCalicoesin the Dry Goods hue- Special Sale on Will sell them below n Cost It must all make room for the new fall m line m pticesforWO ON II IA C HIATT =s r = Brodhead Graded School E A M Session begins 3rd Offers instruction iu the common school and in work and Music Also course for Tuition low For further address the Brodhead Ky CIncInnat 00CALVES 571kPExtraI C- OV1EATNo red ctNo3Xo mixed choice IG1hAPPLiESNewprTATPES New TOBACCONew CHICAGO No red cI mixed PORKPrime mess Win WHEAT red CORNNo 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed PORKPrime LARDSteam WHEATNo red 7- 3COnSNo2 mixed OATS mixed red Np mixed OATS mixed mess Steam INDIANAPOLIS SHEEPExtra TO CURE COLD Take LAxATINE Tablets druggists the money W signature each CASTORIAPorInfants Have Always Bought Bears the SHOE Ladies Shoes by George STYLE Every bas name them which stockof we selling same at Come styles we are selling at nutshell buyof to money permit to tell we buying Yours in Tablets days wIllsell infact to branches college teachers NEW For your summer us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and climate mountain scenery and pictur esqe Isummer resorts which are located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic Line othe World Tery low ex tourlticketsaremer months via these lines to all the principal points of interest The Denver Rio Grande with its numerous branches pesetrating the great States of Colorado and Utah has some forty different Cir cle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which is the famous iooomile tour for 28 oo which comprises more noted seen ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass T ltec Gorge Indian reserv ations Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cira arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trican be comfortably made in five days but at least ten days should be deve ted to it so that one may view at leis ure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are also on sale to Salt Lake City Utah If you con template a Colorado- or Utah let us send you somebeau tifully illustrated booklets free SK P Agents For Th- ellaiLtllllroU SHOES 1 Guaranteed to give Satisfaction Gentlemens Washing HAMILTONBROWN stamped perfection complete Krueger GROCERIES goodwill KRUEGER SONS To Cure Cold One Day iTake Laxative Bromo Qtiffiine Signature Hosieryaiid everything Clothing CREDIT THIS SALE Respectfully KENTUCKY SNODGRASS Principal Monday September thorough preparatory Bookkeening information Principal 2- 5FLOiiSprlng VACATION outingallow invigorating magnificent tripthrough HooperG ifTpA Sole unequaled flL Cures Crip In Two Days Oft box25c tt1 tttttftttittjft1it tttttt WiliSs Griffin = PRACTICAL == UNDERTAKER = 3FUNERAL1 Mt Vernon Ky 3 = Stock Comp lete dm furnish on shoi c no = 2yIE Fine Hearse attached rs g ORDERS by tire Promptly Filled =3 = Phone No 63 = UUUUiiUUUUUUUiUUUIUilUUtUUiiUUUUUUUUlUiUUi JONAS McKEWZIE IIII wE invite all to come and see us At my store you I will always find a good selection of Drv Goods and I Notions CLOTHING I allIWe carrry a full Iiiieof Clothing that will suit sizes aidages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKNZI iiJONAS McKENZIEp YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mutater how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it Uefulattention This message applies to the men and the women alike vMi r Remember we pay3 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 CashierJFresh Meats 7Always on Hand I X We nave recently put in a large refrigerator and are prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Send us your orders which wjlJe promptly filled f ICIf aways OJQ hands for sale vo B RAMSEYiNBA- SEMENTOFPOSITE COURT HOUSES t MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY SEP 14 1906 79 Cnll up No 70 when you vent to Corn munl cute with SIGNAL 79 J 0 l v fR R TIME TABLE- 22 north 124 p tn 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vermin Ky Iostoflice as secondclass mail matt- erPEIZSONAL L R Hughes was here Sunday The young son of Jim Bell is very sick Miss Sallie More is very low with typhoid fever Supt G M Ballard was at Grays Station Monday- J J McCall of Hazel Patch was in town Tuesday Granville Adams was here from London this week M S Holinsworth was down from Middlesboro Lloyd Maret is spending the week with hOmefolks John D Miller was here this week attending court Hon Sam Ward of Iivinston was in town Tuesday Mr J L Joplin is with friends and relatives here this week Miss Annie Tote spent a few days in Brodhead this weekrMiss Mattie Owens of Barbour ville is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs J R Cass were guests of relatives here Friday A number of railroad men have been here this weekattending courtMrs Ella Hiatt is in Louisville this week buying her fall supply of millineryMrs T Brooks of Paris was the guest of Mrs J W Brown this week Niss Bessie Mulhns lets Tuesday for a visit to her brother Luther at CorbinMr Johnson of the New Livingston Coal Co was in town Ballard of Cooksburg spent a few days with his brother Supt G M Ballard Atty Robert Harding of Dan ville was one of the visiting attor neys here this week Mrs Houston McFerron of Pine Hill is here this week visiting her son R L McFerron Miss Effie Scott who has been spending the summer here has re turned to her home in Louisiana M H Doan of Middlesboro was a passenger on yesterdays train returning from the Bryan speaking Miss Anna Peebles after a six weeks visit to Miss Risse Williams has returned to her home in Ala bamaMiss Bessie Sparks will leave Wednesday for Lexington where she will enter Campbell Hagerman college Mrs Bert Owens of Maretburg is very low with fever The latest report indicates her recovery very Tate who has a position under W J Sparks at Chester Tenn spent Sunday until Tuesday with homefolks Mrs Charles Arnold Borle von lichen has accepted a position as music teacher with the Brown Memorial School Willimovewhich he recently purchased from Judge L W Bethurum A letter from Conn Brown at Modesto Cal states that he will leave for Alaska in a few days Conn has a spledid position with all the opportunities of success be fore him and the good wishes of all his many friends here go with him to that Northern climate Geo McCarthy one of the best linemen in the State passed through Tuesday and told us that be would go to the Main line about October ist George has been on this division so that he seemed to be a fix t rJand we regret very much to lose him from our number i J li l A Peunington heard William Jennings Bryan at Louisville Tues dayRobert Cox has his new resi dence about completed and expects to move into it in the next few daysJohn M Bandell was in Chester Tenn from Friday until Wednes day He will leave shortly for his lome in Baltimore Mrs W R Briscoe and son Al Ian Pope have returned from a visit to Mrs Bristoes parents in Washington county Miss MaymeFurguson has returned to Louisville where she resumes her same position with the School for the Blind Mr and Mrs Milt Proctor of near Langtord Station were here Wednesday Mrs Proctor having some dental work doneiSupt G M Ballard went to Lex ington Thursday to obtain appoint ments to State College for a couple of our Rockcastle boye Miss Keith Sperry of Louisville arrived Tuesday for a weeks visit to Miss Frances Sparks her class mate at Campbell Hagerman C- ollegeW M Howard of Paris State agent for the International Harvesting Company was here this week in the interest of that com panyWalker Cnnelly who has been working in the Bank of Mt Ver non left Tuesday for Louisville where he has accepted a good po sitionJ Baker from Livingston and Dr Benton from Brodhead were here Monday night to attend the meeting of the Royal Arch Chapter LOCAL Are you working for the bond issue if not why not Have you subscribed for the pike over the old town hill The watermellon days of 1906 will soon be a thing of the past Cashier M B Salm has moved into the residence of Judge L W Bethurum recently vacated by B J Bethurum NOTICE My handle mill at Mt Vernon will continue to run until Christmas All parties having hick ory suitable for handles which they desire to sell are requested to get it in by that time Mill will be moved January 1st 1907 E T WHEELER Agent TurnerDay Woolworth Handle Company sep 14 31 No matter what other kind of ad vertising you do be sure to use the newspapers It you have tried newspaper advertising and not found it a success your advertising was poorly written or yoursystem- as wrong Newspaper advertising can be made to pay anyone who uses it right ifright goods and right prices are right behind the talkRhode Island Advertiser Richmond has an ordinance requiring citizens to cut the weeds on the streets and alley adjoining their property The property owners refused alleging it was the duty df city to do it Judge Greenleafof the city court has decided that the ordinance is valid and citizens must obey itWinchester Democrat Mt Vernon has an ordinance re quiring the property owners to keep the streets in front of their proper ty clean but there is no effort on the part of any one of the town au thorities to enforce it Agricultural Commissioner Hu bert Vreeland has set Tuesday and Wednesday October 6 and 17 as the dates for holding the Farmers Institute in this county An am pIe force of lecturers have been em ployed to cover the one hundred and nineteeen counties and an instructive and profitable meeting- is assured Rockcastle Here is a minister who appreci ates the editor Ata recent editorial convention he offered the fol lowing toast To save an editor from starvation take his paper and pay for ij promptly To save him from bankruptcy advertise in his paper liberally To save him from despair send him every item of pews of which you can get hold To save him from profanity write your correspondence on one side of the sheet and send it in as early as possible To save him from mis Makes bury him Dead people are the only ones who never make mistakes Newspaper readers would do we 11 to remember that there are no per readersi r l ontthe road qiestion every issue until the election Jonas McKenzie has just com pleted the new room to his store which he will use for clothing Our correspondents have un doubtedly gone on a strike this week as only two putiu their ao pearance We are glad to state that Mr James McDonald is to remain with us as one of the instructors in the Brown Memorial SchoolIWe had the pleasure of seeing our old friend R M Baker at Leb anon Junction yesterday where he is doing well running a boardinghouse approIpriatethe building the pike over the town hill they will have done a good thing and will receive the plaudit of the people for so doing About two months ago Mr H C Gentry lost his watch charm a gold acorn which he valued very highly because of the fact tat it belonged to his father A diligent search was made in vain for it and all hope was lost ofev er finding it again On Monda Mrs Gentry was dressing a chick en and in its gizzard found the much prized charm The Brown Memorial School opened here Monday with a gco attendance Several new teachers have been added and the school is better equipped than ever before All the old pupils are hackwith many new ones and this is sure o ba a flourishing year Tl e peoj e of the county should take great in terest m the school and do all in their power for the upbuilding of same The case of Toe Taylor against the L N R R Co for the killing of his son Tommy was called Monday and has occupied the en tire time of the court this week Attorneys C C Williams and Robert Harding of Danville represented the plaintiff the defense being represented by Atty J W Brown and Judge Alcorn of Stan ford The case was given to the jury yesterda- yLATERThe case went to the jury about 4 oclock yesterday after noon and after being out about 15 minutes returned with a verdict for 10000 the full amount asked for in the suit The case will be appealed DEADAbout 2 oclock yester day the spirit of Mrs T Fish took its flight toa grander and nobler world The deceased was about 70 years of age and belongcd to one of the oldest and most prominent families of the county For a long time she had been a sufferer from stomache trouble but her condition had not been considered serious until a month or six weeks ago and since that time she has been gradually growing weaker She leaves two sons Rev M G Fish and J Fish the merchant The burial will take place today at the Hiatt burying ground beside her husband who was the late Judge Will Fish Money is being raised among the people here by private subscription for the buildiug of apike across the old town hill The proposed route starting at the residences of C C Williams and M J Miller on Main street and ending at the corporate limits The pike will not follow the Hue of the old road but will follow in part a new right of way which will be donated by M J Miller and Fritz Krueger At present this is one of the worst roads in the county and is the one leading into town Last worstI ter for months the road muddy that the wagons sank into the mud over the hubs of the wheels and at times the road was absolute ly impassible Over this roadall the coal is brought into town and is in winter traveled more than any of the other roads leading into Mt Vernon The building of the pike will be rather expensive owing to the grade bnt this sum is quickly being subscribed ball public spir ited citizens of the town The pike is in this place a necessity and all should give their aid Messers Miller and Krueger have most gen erally donated land which WPS val uable and all others are falling into line with nice amounts If Mt buildingthis pikeisnfor Rockcastle to ever be classed a jSucctessful and prosperous county pikes must be built throughout the whole of it v 4f iLincoln county went dry Wed nesday by 1269 votes Sweet potatoes are now Sejjim at eilbeitlgw c Electric lights will soon be installed at Sparks Quarry sohat the work maybe continued both day andnight The Fifth State Development V Conventonis to he held at Winches ter Oct 10 n and 12 and Rock castle should have several delegates The engine to be installed in the pump house furnishing water to the jail came Wednesday and with in a few days the system will be in operation I A Bowman passed through tows yesterday with 54 head of cattle which he had on the range in Jackson county Dr S C Davis reports that there are more cases of fever and summer complaintQamouK children in the county than Rockcastle has experi enced for quite a while When Miss IcaM Taylor first took charge of the school hereon the first day she had less than twenty pupils the second year school opened with about fifty this year there were over seventy enrolled the first day The columns of this paper art open to the citizens of the county lor a full discussion of the bond issue for good roads A few line giving your reasons why you favo it will be of untold benefit Let us hear from you next week Long articles are not desirablp will not be read andwill not beas effective as short ones strictly to the poin- tOFFICERSLast e Monday night was the annual election of officers of The Royal Arch Masons The tollowing gentlemen were selected G S Griffin HyP F L Turpin King J H Dickerson Scribe U G Baker Treas C D Sutton Secretary John Robins C of H J A Landrum P S G R Reams R A C A B Furnish M of 3rd V J H Coffey Mof 2nd V FritzKrueger M of ist V John R Reams Sentinel REDUCED RATES The L N offers the following reduced rates One and onethird fare to Louis ville and return Oct 3 to 6 inclu sive limit Oct 8th account Louis vine Horse Show toElizabethtown Sept 28 to 29 limited Oct ist 385 round trip account of Har din county Colored fair to Lexing ton Sept 17 to 22 iacclusive limit to Sept 23rd 8232 round trip ac count blue grass fair to Louisville Oct 15 and 16 limit Oct 20 412 round trip account Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter Kentucky Ma sons to Birmingham Ala Oct 14 and 15 limited Oct 21 at one fare plus 25 cents for the round tripaccount of Home Coming Week J a BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL School opened Monday with eighty students There are now ninetyone Owing to the dangerous illness of her father Miss Lowe is unable s1vonEichenes and wjll continue in charge till Miss Lowe arrives The chorus and other work in vocal music will begin Monday Mr McDonald save some inter esting experiments in chemistry Wednesday and Thursday Two demonstrations a week will be given in this subject during the first quar teriThe school has opened with the strongest faculty in its history Those desiring to make a grade o workshould enter at once AMATTER OFHElILTH itAKI I1 POWDER f Absolutely Pure A Cream ofTartar powder fre from alum orph6 t aolct I4josuB3TlTLqE r r I I 1 Si Pa w r I Just opened a complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes We want to sell them We can certanly satisfy the most fastidious f Ii1Ve insist on you when you need that of Shoes that you should not the fact that Star Brand Shoes i Are Better and we know that you will be satisfied with the fit and style these Shoes have to them r Here are a few of the many beautiful styles we are showing j THE PLANET SHOE For Men ista made of the best stock of Patent Viciwith topfjhighand whoIn dress well I The Patriot Shoe for BCD 350 S MENi59n fiQB f J ith 1fy rr3 1 l 1q d1 J fgrp b AND TIO I i1ll BFlrTER Our Family Shoes For All the Family fa This line of Shoes is Boxjjg as a battleshipcotn fortable as a glove I Theywills wear long j enough to suit you no matter how much you ihkick1 j 5001 workImen silk thread Soles best- S oak tanned We have many styles of lasts and leathers Everyone knows what the Patriot is oueY fig AB IsHO s BETff f I M ens30 0lulssessl 50 25ii Star Qti the Heel insures your protection The first point is that we do not allow any misrep resentations When you buy 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 We ask for your shoe business along these lines interestfto consider this thoughtfully before passing it up Make My Store You Headquarters While in Town r C A3 H STOREI t ObrchSt M t Vernon r s l you nave a cold it in well rWhen careful about using any will cause constipation Be particularly careful about prep arations containing opiates Use Kennedxs Laxative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and moves the bowels Sold by Chas C Davis Owing to the withdrawal of the hydrants of the Independent Water Company at Owenshoro the west ern section of the city is without fire protection and insurance rates probably will be raised in the near futureFOLEY3UONEYfAR Ciiirss Celdsi Prevent Pcnurionla EIThoIf II ShlPdljrect i threecolor lfanger in sumps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL P o USA A LESSON IN HEALTH they do this good health is impossi ble Foleys Kdney Cure takes nund kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and blad ler diseases It strengthens the whole system Chas C Davis FERTILE SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR 5 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Norl h ern Louisiana is the face that eiet r ed laud rents for 5 per acre cash and can be bought for 75010 15 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe 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 and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 im proved farms 10 15 to 25 p v acre The new White River 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 3 per acre See this great country for your self and pick out a tocationDe scriptive literature with maps free on request i The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stop overs For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Pass s eager Ticket Agent j St Lonis Mo CLUBING OFFER Until further t notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal furI i 50 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 2 00 Cash must accompany all orders under this arrangement t KILLTHII COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS IIIFOR 4011pale impuhies 1oLE1ffoNEYrARtlDfor RENTPAYSFORTHELAND p8PSiSDigests KingsI LDS JSOC aU18lltud uiekNtOtareaJ1 II TZOUIMLJR t L i l L Consumption of young mutton is enormous It astounds trade vet erans who remember the time when a run of twenty loads of lambs in a single day glutted the Chicago mar ket says the Breeders Gazette More lambs were slaughtered at Chicago last week than ever before y j in the history of the trade Al though a heavy run occurred and it carried few sheep killers bought many bands of rangers without a cutback not even giving feeder buyers an opportunity to bid With southern lambs exhausted natives scarce and the East deplet ed the western breeders will get better net results out of their lamb crop this year than ever When range lambs sell straight at 7 50 prices may be said to be high There is a constantly increasing demand for young mutton from the Atlantic seaboard and the West must meet it A feature of the range lamb supply is its su perlative quality If it is fetching good prices the fact that the breeder has done his best is largely re sponsible Idaho is now marketing a crop of lambs that was never even dreamed of ten years age Its quality is superb Kentucky Advocate A bath cleanses the skin and rids l t he pores of refuse A bath makes lor better fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the Uody be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this art DeWitts Little Early Risers Pleas ant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by Chas C Davis In a wreck at Barbourville on the L N at the Knox street crossing between a southbound passenger train anda fretgnt Fireman William Bryan of the passenger traiujwas injured None of the passengers was hurt CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BALM This is a liniment remarkable for its great power over pain It quickly allays the excruciating pain rheumatism and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by Chas C HUMS the leading druggist in Mt Vernon A press correspondent who has visited Siedlce Russian Poland says 140 corpses were picked up in the streets after the outbreak of Saturday and Sunday All tin I victims were Jews TO CURE A FELON says Sam Kendall of PhiMipsburg KansasJust cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the rfalve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore eyes Only 25c at all drug stores guaranteed Refuges from Cnba take a gloomy view of the situation there and do not believe Palmas Government will be able to restore order lj OK INTEREST TO MANY Noleys Kidney Cure will cure any case of Kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more Chas C Davis CIJIlES RHEUMATISM LOHBASB SeilTIOl NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE taken Internally rids the blood of the polsonour matter and acids which are the direct onuses of these diseases Applied externally affords almost In stant relief ronr pixin while a permanent thebloodtanceUd removing it iTcm tho system DRS D BLAND Of Browton Gn writes 7SftTUwithand leg notrie4 all the remedies Uiat I could tfattier from medIcal works and alto consulted with a number ot tbe best pbyslclant but round nothIng that he relief obt nild from practioonr FREEReumatisrnNeuralimia dred disease write to us fora trial bottle of 8DBOPS 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 Lszg5ie Battle DROPBBeOPsssa 8109 jr r8 lehyl ra SWAMM WKMATtt WE IOMPA1Y h 1LakitrstCMsz- i i f5Tf WELL WORTH TRYING W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of PittsBdd Vt says Next to a pension the best thing 1Hely in splendid health Quick cure for headache constipation mid Bill ousness 25c guaranteed at thug stores Semiofficial announcement at Washington indicates that the inIto necessary for the protection of American interest there however the closest wntch is being kept on the situation and as a matter of precaution the crtiis er Des Moines has been dispatched to Key West where she will be within eight hours run of Havana STARVING TO DEATH Because her stomache 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 diugs that i could not eat and my nerves were so weak that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I enduced to try Electric Bit ters with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health tonic on earth Soc Guaranteed byh1 druggist Two hundred union plumbers went on a strike Tuesday for an increase of fifty cents in wages In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remain undone A hastih eaten meal and its resultant head ache may cause us socal or finan cial 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 back into shape Sold by Chas C Davis ONLYSOUTH EQUIPPED WITH A AUTOMATICELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIESi South Southeast and Southwest SALt 1For Information and Rates HCKINQCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W A OARRETT General flUnagar W C RINEARSON P Cincinnati O r THE ORIGINALL- AXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systembowels A certain for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates The Red Clover som and the Honey Beo eveybottle KENNEDYS qradelIarkRftt LAXATIVE CONTAININGHON TAR 01IB 0 DaWITT A CO CHICAGO U Ii A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS DEAFNES4 CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cuinot nccli the disease portion of the ear There is wily one way to cure denfness and that iIby constitutional remedies Deafness is call ell bun ii ilainel condition of ths inu coils lining of the Ens achi n Tube Vlien t is tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound imperfrct hearing nd when it nn11II1Iclstins tube re tored to iis normal uoixitioi hearing will be d trop d forev r nine cascr ott uf tell are caused by iiiiirrli which not ing hut an inllained couJilioii ot the testOne Huulred hollars for any csise of Deafness called bv catarrh that cannot be cured by Ilalis Catarrh Cure fr circulars free Iisend J HENhY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists Too Take Halls Family Pills for constipation In the Frdnklin Circuit Court Tuesday the castS of W S Tayloi Charles Finley and other fugitives charged iu the Goebel murder case were called as they have been at every term of that court for several years and were ordered continued CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLD A J Nusbaum Batesville Ind writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my business I had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medicines 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 Dav- isROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co- M VERNON KY 0 FARM NO IThis farm of 311 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner Icing unable U properly look after saiiie becuise ol his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs anti plenty of good tock water Also good orchard FARM No 4180 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water urood orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant uuusc Clan be bought for 55000 A reut bargain FARM No 5So acres of land t 3 tWOIl Bvislt civ k an l Oflarnlo 20 ujrcs in cultivation balance timSjered two houses and well watered Will ut cheap FAliM NO 8214 acres near liYoedom church splendid rosidece and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a nuJun FMIM NO iOThre tracts oJ land in one body consisting of 85 84 atul atelloaied on ladj Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about h milca from ira haltlI Iab Orchard and Bed ick roaci These lands are located near the resi deuces ofeorge IIiueiarid Georg J ooch About 75 acres of this land is but om land and a good part of it is UI land but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 pnracre One third cash the balance in one and two tearsTHEORICINALLAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEMAR Clover Blossom Rill Ihner Bee on Every Bottle A GAURANTEED CURE FOR Puts Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days S- ocFOLEYS 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 SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS C DAVIS WINCHESTER NLBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The dameV1 VFor I r ForCoughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old Ayers Cherry Pectoral Of course you have heard of it probably have used it Once in the family it stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest Ask your doctor about it The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sircty years iii JIado MasB11Also IIlWe have no secrets publishIthe formulas of ail our medicines Ayers Pills increase the actIvity of the lver and thus aid recovet- yWANTEDSchool having new attractive proposition wishes ener getic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and expenses paid weekly Some knowledge of music preferred but not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Place Chicago Ill I The crop estimating board of the Department of Agriculture esti mates the condition of the cotton crop of 1906 up to August 25 to be 773 THE BREATH OF LIFE Its a significant fact that time strongest animal of its size the gor illa also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the heath ing organs right should e mans chielest study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discov ery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consumption Oh its grand for throat and lung trouble Guaranteed by all druggists Price SOC and i oo Trial bottle free WANTED By Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permunent Fi investmen or experience requir ed Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars anelen close selladdressed envelope Address GEom AT MANAGER 134 E lake St Chica- gojrodhead Marble Worlc BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B A RIGHT Manager- ff= OY = fewart Mil Iron I Ifliiil Fence I meUmIIlabnt M1ltwARr hNlc3nPAx CINCINNATI 6 her cttclofeeGill tU see aa AN1DI- ALVCATION TRIP T- OYELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Mani tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwocd Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 6tf DAYSIN WONDER FUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost Of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will trLouisville flight oj July 25th Eor full particulars Writ L JrH GALLAGHER i jqo7 Barret Avenue Louisville fitijt j f LAND STUCK AND CROP Win Hysinger Jr sold to S Fuqua a pair ot good young mules ior S35o June Gale ot Owenton Ky sold to joe Finley of Georgetown Ky 100 heid of mules of mixed ages for a price that approximated 100 per head This is the biggest sale of tunIcs made in Oven county in recent years- STRAYEDA pale red yearling heifer dehorned with a liltle brindle on side weighed about 4oo poundf when she left two months tip Liberal reward for her return J W PARSONS Aug 3151 Mt Vernon Ky Col D W Tribble sold last week tle farm of 200 hundred acre of Mrs Melissa Davis two miles out on the Barnes Mill pike to Messrs Comes and Pearet of Wolf county for 90 per acre The Col one sold also to Mrs William Collins last week the 55 acre farm of Mrs Cvnda Karr for 66 56 an acreKentucky Register Attention of leading farmers and business men of the State is now being attracted to the Ffth State Development Convention to be held It Winchester Oct 10 n and 12 The Committee in charge of the arrangements at Winchester are working hard in preparing for it and are enthusiastic over the pros pect of an excellent program and a large attendance Mr W M Dodd of Houstotwille Ky has sold his trotting bred road horse which has attracted consid erable attention in the show ring at several county fairs this season The purchaser was W L Grady of Adair county and the price paid was 560 The horse is by Gaulton Wilkes by Gambetta Wilkes T A Shropshire of Pair jKy recently bought of Mr John Allison of the county thirty highclass yearling Southdown ewes for 350 Mr Shropshire al so bought some Poland China hogs of the large type of Dr Huffman of Centerville Mr Shropshite ex peeLs to he a breeder of fancy Pol and Chinas and highdass South downsThe September crop report of time State Agricultural Department is sued Friday by Commissioner Hu bert Vreeland says that upon tl e whole the outlook for a good crop of tobacco is not ittering as con siderable damage has been done on low lands by too much wet weath er which has caused the leaves to rot off in theJield There is also much complaint of houe burn in the early cutting The average yield per acre of wheat for the State is a little over thirteen bushels The corn crop will be a bumper The prospects for fall fuits are about threefourths of a crop Two counties report dis ease in cattle there being some cholera among hogs It is confin ed to asm ill territory W ASOARSON- Painter jj Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH GOS line of WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placing you order 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of fertile lagd in the Southwest along the line of the Cotton Belt Route that can be bought lor from 3 to 10 an acre This jBml is increasing in value each vear SEE TilE SOUTHWEST AT SMALL COSTA tripto the Southwest woul convince your best interests lay in settling there The trip can be made at very little expense On the first and third Tunsc ys of each month you can purchase It round trip icket to any point in the Southwest on or vii the Cotton Belt Route at very low rates immterestedinWrite at once for free copies of hooks describing this wonderful country and for full information about cost of tickets etc CBARRY TP A Cottoj Belt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCK CASTLE TO BUY Drug Stationery Qigar Tobcco Painty Oil and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A SpeciaFfgr sc DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY b 7 3oeDflC V I GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I w I BrodheadKy I W COMPLETE LINE r Coffins Caskets and Robes All M ail Telegraph or 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