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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Published Every Friday 1m dUnJ Eett a9 tnbItZ c n =VOLUME XIX MT VERNOX RGCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT L1 1906 NU11 JE1H 59 t- WithI The Thought Yy a Ic Always in Mindi- w THAT r iIf iaftergotten we shall offerA daYSiithe5 n f II I J J tHWagons i f Complete with Bed I Spring Seat and top I Brakes for only I- iJ I fl H ZTrW r IJStrength Durability and honrt lest construction are distinct 1 ive features of Old Hickory jj Wagons I Woodwork and Ironwork is 1the best ever put in anywag J ion Old Hickory Wagons s are the lightest running of any wagons ever produced any M where in the world H J Price Holds Good 10 Days Onlyi y I am Sole agent for Rockcastle County f t r l X u f INTERESTING STATE NEW a STARTLING REVELATIONS Promised by Relatives and Friends of Fred Ketterer Ashland Ky Startling revelations into the management of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at exinglon Kyt are promised by the elatives end friends of Fred Ketterer vho died at the institution in June nd it is alleged that certain employes the institution will be charged with nurcler Ketterer was a resident of His city and was for years employed n the steal mills here During the lat er part of May he became violent vhile at his duties in the steel plant nd it was necessary for him to be gaud liana and foot while being taken o the asylum In less than a montl fter being sent to the asylum Kotter rs remains were sent to his family In his city with the information from he asylum officials that ho had como to his death as a result of exhaustion mile to acute mania This verdict was not approved by the family of letterer especially after his remains arrived here and marks of violence were visible on his face and a post mortem examination was held which llsclosed the fact that the man had Apparently suffered blows on the back f the head and on various parts of his ooay which local physicians claim were sufficient to cause his death DEATH IN ITS WAKE Shower of Timbers and Iron Followed the Bursting of a Boiler etploionty when the boiler of Riley Waters lawmill blew up The building was torn to pieces and Ross Byrd anal John Hale were Instantly killed their oodles being badly mutilated by fall ng timbers and pieces of iron Miss Diece Wilson was fatally burned and James Hager and Mrs Waters wife of badlyburnedcripples for life even should they re cover The holler was blown hun dreds of feet away The loss on the mill will be about 2000 This Isth third explosion which has occurred in Menlfee county within the past year from dry boilers JUDGE LASSINGS PLACE On the Democratic Committees to Be Given to Haldeman Louisville Ky Following the resignation of Judge J M Massing as memberatlarge of the democratic state central and executive committee it was authoritatively given out that Col W B Haldeman would be selected to fill the vacancy It is thought that Chairman Lewis Mc Quown will issue a call for a meeting In a few days when Col Haldeman will be formally given the post It is not now believed that the name of Louis Descognets of Lexington who has made an active canvass for the position will be presented to the com mittee as Col Haldeman has mor than enough votes to carry hi through r JUST FOR FUN Franklin Wrote Letter Which Caused His BrotherinLaws Death Glasgow KyThe mystery sur 1rounding the murder of Ed Hoggard was killed on the night of Au gust S while asleep at the home of his brotherinlaw J E Franklin at Greenburg Ky is thought to be about cleared away Just before he was killed Hoggard received threatening letters On the strength of these letters Franklin has been arrested charged with the crime The fact that led to his arrest was the striking simI- larity of his handwriting to that of the party who wrote the threatening letters After being held to the grand jury Franklin admitted writing his brotherinlaw a letter just for fun Killed by Traction Car Lexington KyCharles Tuttle of Cincinnati was run over and killed some time Thursday night by an terurban car on the Versailles Traction line His body was not found un til next morning and it was impossible to ascertain just which car or at what time Tuttle was killed Car Builders Satisfied Louisville KyThe trouble between the passenger car builders and the officials of the Jeffersonvlllc branch of the American Car and Foundry Co was adjusted by the company agreeing not to operate the works Saturday afternoons Blow Killed Him BJlBabethtown KyGeorge Galla gher and Thomas Jewell became in Tolved ina difficulty at Colesburg Gallagher struck Jewell over the head with a pick handle Jewell died with a hemorrhage of the brain Hardin County Dry Elizabethtown Ky Hardin county in the local option election went dry by a majority of 551 votes The elec tion in its practical effect applies only to Elizabethtown and Atchers pre cinct these being the only wet places in the county- Postmaster Indicted Sargent KyAn Indictment was returned against Thomas PC11lft postmaster at Craftsville near here for attempted assault on Miss Bottle Jane Adams aged 13 at Thornton Creek a month ago WATER FROM RIVER JORDAN To Be Bottled by Covingtonian and Shipped to All Parts of World Alexandria Clifford Nadaud o Covington Ky president of the Inter national River Jordan Water Co arrived from Constantinople where he was able to obtain from the Turkish government the sole right of shipping water of the Jordan river from the banks of the stream in Palestine to all parts of the world for baptismal and otner purposes Colonel Nadaud is now proceeding to the sacred river by the Jerusalem joute and may be trust ed to take measures to render the commission effective So the com panys clients may have entire conf dence the water will bo shipped in caSKS bearing the seals of time Turkisi authorities and the American consul under the strict supervision of the Patriarch of Jerusalem It will be afterward bottled in the United States in bonded warehouses The first shipment it is expect will leave foi America in a montn MILITIA WILL SCREW DOWN Louisville Lid if the Police Cant Do it SaysGov Beckham Louisville KyGov Beckham toll Mayor Paul C Barth that he winter all saloons and theaters in Louisville closed on Sundays and that if he di not have sufficient police power to ca- ry this order into effect he the goy ernor would assist him by calling ou the militia The governor the mayc and the city attorney talked the mat ter over for about an hour The got error declared the law was being vie lated by allowing saloons to peep ope for the sale of soft drinks and that was the duty of the state and city tc seo that they were closed Mayo Earth said that he did not know it Avas necessary to take any additional steps relative to Sunday closing TIll saloon men say they will stand on their rights and will keep open next Sunday for the sale of soft drinks de spite the governor KENTUCKY METHODISTS Of Central and Eastern District Arc Meeting at Winchester Winchester Ky Methodists of Central and Eastern Kentucky are moot ing here In annual conferCHcJfa preliminary meeting was presidetFoT fby Rev B F Chatham of Covington but the real opening of the conference was directed by Right Rev BlBho Eugene R Hendrix of Kansas Citv Mo Rev T1 Woods preached at tin First Methodist church the scone o the meeting The citizens gave a recep tion to the visitors and the collegi students In the new Kentucky Weilev an college building Dr W F Taylor chairman of the board of education was called home by the death of lr wife Winchester people have aske that Dr J L Weber the retiring prey coleRevmJ R Savage transferred HELD BY HIS HEELS Out of a ThirdStory Window Charges of Hazing in a High School Hopkiasville KyJolm Lawson William Earle George Abbott Charls llUIpits of the public high school hav been suspended for the alleged hain0 of freshmen Time charge was pro erred by City Tax Collector H C Moore who alleged that his son ha been held by his heels out of a third story window When the teachers arrived at the Clay street school build ing they found that red paint had bee freely used on the gate and on m front step appeared Ye who cute here leave all hope bchJni On iii doors and windows were numerous signs spellcJ according to President Roosevelts revision method Kentucky Incorporations Frankfort KyThe following companies filed Incorporation articles with tho secretary of state Grayson County Supply Co 25000 John W Counts Co McCracken county 5000 Columbia Mantel Co Louisville in creased its capital stock from 25000 to 50000 Worms at the Tobacco Sharpsburg KrThe tobacco grow ers of this section are complaining of the multitude of tobacco worms which are devouring the late crop The rain have been so continuous that the paris green which ordinarily is applied to kill the pests has been constantly washed off Confessed to Murder Paducah KyJim Graham has c Ilt teased to the murder and robbery Claude Mass claiming he killed ht for his money He is alleged to have said he killed him with an iron bar For the Big Fair Lexington KyFlue hundred Od Fellows from Covington Newport and Ludlow visited the Odd Fellows home here They came here on a speci train and many of them remained over- tor the opening day of the Blue Grass fair Horse Balked on Track Frankfort Ky =Bandy Onan a farmer of this county was run over by a c O passenger train at Stock crusheda ad in a buggy when his horse balked ICAs ABede th- elIipt1a Alh91iOO aa IMARETBURG Mr W T Mullins sold his farm and a part of his houstt plunder to Mr George Robers of North Caro deIOwens is sick with stomache trouble Aunt Jane Burke still remains verylowlHs Jalia Reynolds en tered school at Mt Vernon at the OlliefRoberts of Junction City visited Mis5os Alice and Judith McCall Saturday and Sunday Miss Mollie Parker was called back from Louisville on her way back to Mobile to the bedside of her sister Mrs Bert Owens Albert Owens who is employed by the R R gCo in bridge work at Gravel Switch was called home Thurs av last on account of the death of his step motherDledat her home on Thursday Sept 3th at 1130 Mrs Robeda Owens of Pneutno nia On Tuesday proceeding her deathan infant only a few hour old was buried beside to infers sons one 10 months old the other only an hour making the 4th in familyIMuch sympathy is extended to him and the remaining ones of the family The family all being buried at Freedom Cemetry c PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPTLY RELIEVE BY CHAM BERLAINS PAIN BALM Mr James N Nichols a mer chant and postmaster at Vernon Conn makes the following state mentIIA little child of Michael painfromcold applications only increased the inflammation Mr Strauss came tome for something to stop the little ones pain From the many lini ments I carry in stock I advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and theirs t application drew out the JJ1il l1D1ation and gave immediate reJieLlI have used this liniment and recommend it very often foi on j burns strains ndhavelHverknown by Chas C Dvis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon C W B M NOTES Make your plans now to attend the State Convention at Louisville Ky beginning next Monday night the 24th inst Some of the prominent speakers of the Contention will be Mrs Hellen E Moses National Secretary of the Christian Women Board of Missions Miss Belle Bennett President of the Home Missionary Society of the M E Church South Iis Ada Boyd Missionary to Bilaspur India R L Clark G W Muck ley Carey E Mor Miss Mary A Finch R A Crossfield E Y Mullius of the Baytist Theological Seminary Marion Lawrence prince of Bible School workers The Bible Study each morning by President B A Jenkins H D Smithand President J W Mc Garvey will be of very great inter st onFThursday night and there will be two days for visiting and Shopping All who care to visit the Mamouth Cave will be gtven an opportunity on Friday at the very low rate of 600 for the entire trip Tickets on sale the 23rd for one fare plus twenty five cents for the round trip good till the 29th Send your name at once to R M Hopkins 216 belle Building qouisville Ky and you will receive lodging and breakfast 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 soincould not eat and my nerves were so weak that I could not sleep and diedters with the wonderful result thatt aalcomplete cure followed Best health tonic on earth Soc Guar anteed by all druggist A GAURANTEED CARE FOR PILES itching Blind Bleeding Protrud authoriztoto money PAZO OINT MENTfails to cure inG to 14 days soc ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP HONEYTAH1M Established r 1887 AllI And Great Trained Ariima1xnibifion Known everywhere as the highest class Exhibition of the kind in America Enlarged to twice its former size Traveling in its owui Special TfaWTTf Railway carsf a r a WILL EXHIBIT AT MT VERNON TUESDAY SEPT 25thc AFTERNOON AND NIGHT A great company of Real Jri 1 nic Celebrities in a MapimothKJ fi Progrmme full of snap novelty i arid surprisingexcellence Vt A strictly modern organizIS tionconductedon clean and feit spectable Principles for the enlieife taining American Citizens iV Seethe Georgeous Street Pat1 at Npoti and Big Free Exj- a TS r- Vade L t litbititot1 t the Show Croundsi- mmediately i after the Parade MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEP 21 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SFBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln BKODHEAD Miss Clyde Wilmott attended the burial of Wm Watson at Crab Orchard Wednesday Walter Miller K B brakeman of Lebanon Junction was at home sick a few days this weekB E Albright was in Williainsburg few days of last weekMiss Den Fhav Jones has returned to her home in Bed ford Indafter spending pleasant month here the guest of Miss Sadi- eEvansR G Wilmott was in Mt Vernon last Tuesday on business One of the swellest parties of the season was the one at Judge C H Friths given in honor of Mrs Friths brother Charles R Pike of Knoxville Tenn Those registering were Misses Lyda and Ethel Hilton Lizzie Cable Jewel Francis co Bettic Hicks Eliza Pike Maud Watson Sadie Evans and Messrs A C and H B McClary R G Wilraott W H Anderson George McFrith J Conrad Evans M C Albright F L Durham Drs W F Carter and A D Wilhoitl The protracted meeting at the- M E church is still progressing and doing much good Things are warming up someOne of the prettiest and most impressive wed dings which ever occured was the one performed by the Rev R G Wilmott of Habersham Tenn The principles being A C McCla ry assistent cashier of the Citizens Bank and Miss Maud Forbes one of the teachers in our school TLis wedding was solemnized at the home of Miss Jewel Francisco Miss Mae Magee furnished the music and played the wedding march Misses Etta Frith and Katie Cass were flower girls while Dr Carter and John E Evans with Misses Dora Dickerson and Lem Fhay Jones acted as best men and bridemaids etc Those of their friends who had the honor of seeing this grand affair were Misses Sadie Evans Ethel Lyda and John Eva Hilton Bettie Hicks Lizzie Cable Jewel Francisco and Messrs Dr A D Wilhoitt F L Durham Conrad Evans George Frith Geo McFrith Oscar Gilpiu of St Lou is Mo C R Pike of Knoxville Teun They have the best wishes for their futureMiss Ethel Hit ton left Monday for Morehead where she will enter school Miss Anna Tate of Mt Vernon visited Mrs J W Tate first of the week Mrs W K Shugars and son are visiting her father KL Tanner at McKinneyGeorge Frith left Tuesday for Berea where he enter ed school Mrs Tilman Gilpin returned to her home in St Louis after spending two weeks here the guest of Mrs ME Wilmott Chas R Pike has returned to Knoxville Tenn after being at home for two weeks Mrs Ed Smith continues very low of heart troubleMrs J W Tate and niece Miss Annie are attending the Bluegrass Fair at Lexington this weekClarence Miller and Miss Margarette Tharp are num bered among our sick this week A C McClary M C Albright R G Wilmott and J W Hutche son are attending the State Fair at Louisville this weekMiss Willie Benton left last Monday for Nazar eth where she entered scloo1Dr A D Wilboitt is confined to his room with typhoid fever We hope for him a rapid recovery Dr M L Myers of Mt Vernon was here last MondayOur bar ber W C Swinford has discontinued his weekly visit to Livingston Miss Mae Magee of Lancaster is here teaching music ProfSnodgrass tint last Sunday in Lexington with his familyWork- has begun on the new Baptist church Our boss contractor WI A Tyree thinks he will have it ready for services by NOf2stb Mrs L W Blair oNew hopel is visiting her Sister Miss KeislingatDr J M Clarks Mrs Abe Tharphas returned from 4 weeks visit in Harrodsburg Last Saturday as Mr and Mrs Sig Leece were driving into town their horse became frightened anS ran away throwing Mrs Leece out of the buggy and badly crippling her as thought at first Dr Percy Benton hurried to the scene but found her not to be in a very serious condition Mr Letce was not hurt at all but the buggy wi badly demolished Miss Ca i Frith and Mrs T Bastin ee pleasant visitors of Mrs J G Frith WednesdayOrus Bovers has returned home from Somerset Rube Thompson and family of Lebanon Junction are visiting friends and relatives here fPINE HILL wittonlIhere last week visiting his brother jamesWill Roberts and family have moved to East Bernstadt Mrs Will Cottoagim and children were with relatives at Withers las- tweekGeorge Burdine and family have moved here from SinksMr David Griffin and wife visited in Corbin last weekMr Ben Ram sey and family have returned to their home at Eist Bernstadt after- a months visit with relatives here r Miss Alice Burdine is on the sick listMiss Orrey Sears of Four Mile arrived last Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs John HanselRev Blackburn of Skeggs creek will preach here Sunday Mrs W C Syinpson is visiting relatives in Ashville and Winchester Mrs Alec Rutheford and daughter Miss Cleo Berry have returned from a two weeks visit at CorbinRev preacbfedSunday nightMr Lee Chestnut of Orlando visited his sister Mrs Will McHarge Saturday night a ad SundayMrs John Helton enter tained the young folks with an ap ple cutting last Monday night Quite a crowd from here attended the Childrens Day exercises at Maple Grove SundayMiss Rose McFerron visited in Mt Vernon SaturdayMrs Jake Doan and little daughter Susie who have been very sick with typhoid fever are improving Mr and Mrs Ly ons of Junction City visited the family of Mr and Mrs W C Sympson the first of last week Mr and Mrs Arch Chasteeu of Orlando visited B G Mullins from Friday till SundayWm Mc Hargue is the champion trader of this part having traded fourteen time in two weeks Miss Lucy Po teet has returned from a three months visit at WiltonMr and Mrs Charlie Griffin of Livingston visited Mr and Mrs Sam Stalls worth last Saturday and Sunday Mrs James McHargue returned to her home at Blanche Ky after a two weeks visit with relatives hereMrs J L Owens who has had a slight case of typhoid fever is about well- WELL WORTH TRYING 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 thug stores Such a long list of talented per formers are seldom seen with one ImanvIappear Shows at Mt Vernon Next Tues day The great Millette Troupe of acrobats The wonderful Val entinos aerial casting acts The beautiful Kadells Sisters queens of the air The Aerial St Elmos whose trnly startling performances will create a sensation The Vale nos Roman rings Hines the up side down acrobat Mons Tude the pyramid expert Laure the mysterious clown and the box Ashton king of the wire Prof Dan Costello and his wonderful ponies Mary wisest elephant in captivity Koko the giant ape Trained lions tigers dugs and monkeys The troupe of funny clowns headed by Barney Shea and Billy Lightfoot will keep the audi ence laughing while Panhandle Pete and his comedy mules will make everybody howl There will be a gorgeus street parade at noon and big free exhibitions at the show grounds immediately after the parade STOP IT A neglected cough or cold may to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Honey and Tar afforjjsiper aect security from fcold Chas C Davis FINDS PEACE STILL FAR OFF TAFT ALREADY HARD AT WORK IN HAVANA Big Government Force Is Now at Ma tanzas Awaiting Orders For a March Toward Havana Havana Sept 19Secretaries Taft and Bacon arri red here from Tampa aboard the United States cruiser Des Moines They were met by Mr Sleeper tho charge daffaires here and are develOPIments Monialvo representing the government have made but little progress toward an agreement The insurgent demand for the release of all political prisoners has proved a stumbling block as the Cuban government is un willing that Gaulberto Gomez Jose Migael Gomez Castillo Mendieta and other prominent leaders of the opposi tion should be set at liberty at this critical juncture with the rebels in the Held wavering for lack of strong legal point has been raised in the palace that in the case of such prisoners as were arrested on a war rant issued by a judge the executive can not interfere The rebels say that this is a poor argument for it is well known that the judge in such cases acts on direct if unofficial orders of the executive Government forces 2000 strong un der the command of Col Betancourt are concentrating at Matanxas and it Is reported that they expect orders to march toward Havana Rebels Destroying Property Since the return here of the military trains the rebels are again destroying property of the Cuban Western rail road a British enterprise The important bridge near Los Palacios has again been destroyed another bridge at Santa Cruz near Taco Taco and smaller bridges in that district like fighting on Saturday in Cruces wise have been wrecked Quiet prevails in Cienfuegos The cruiser Dixie with 300 marines aboard arrived there Rebel depredations on United States properties have leased since the landing of the Mariettas men As the city Is supposed to bo quiet it is reported that the govern ment forces and the rebels have agreed to suspend operations in accordance with the decree of President Palma and the agreement of the Insurgent leaders in Havana province pending an effort to arrange a plan of settlement of the trouble through Secretary Taft Pino Guerra and his men are still on the war path in Piuar del Rio Pa laclo was captured by the insurgents many being killed and wounded on both sides The newest feature of the revolution is the appearance of Americans from the Isle of Pines complaining that offi cials of the courts there are searching the homes of all Americans for fire arms and seizing all arms which may be found They will appeal to Minister Morgan and Assistant Secretary of State Bacon with a request that a Unit ed States naval vessel be sent to the Isle of Pines to safeguard the lives and properties of Americans A BLOW AT MORALITY Is One Aimed at English Spelling By Roosevelt Says Rosebery Hawlck Scotland Sept 19Lord Rosebery speaking at the jubilee din ner of the Hawlck Archaeological so ciety of which Dr Murray editor of the Oxford New English Dictionary is president said amidst laughter that he came especially to hear Dr Mur rays opinion of President Roosevelt and was disappointed that not a word had been uttered on the subject Lord Rosebery then humorously referred to Mr Roosevelts spelling reform saying a blow struck at the recognized rules of spelling of the Eng- lIsh race was a blow at morality itself Conscientious and virtuous people he said were hampered by spelling but the unscrupulous and vicious spelled according to phonetic rules of their own producing results fully acceptable to themselves and sometimes under stood by others Katy Shops Burned Sedalla Mo Sept 19The paint shop of the M K T railroad here burned Eleven cars and coaches in cluding the private car of E V Allen vice president and general manager of the company were almost destroyed The loss is estimated at 100000 Looted and Burned Fine Residence Pittsburg Sept 19Arter looting the handsome residence of Miss Indi ana Loomis of Crafton but who is at present in Portland Me burglars fired the house and it was completely destroyed with its furnishings entail lug a loss of 25000 Shonts Narrow Escape New York Sept 19Theodore P Shonts the canal commissioner barely escaped death when the horse at tached to a cab in which he was riding took fright and ran away He was badly bruised and shaken up Gems Taken From Corpse Los Angeles Sept 19 Detective Freeman formerly chief of the Pasa dena police at Stockton arrested EmI ma Howard alias Emma Stokes the theft of diamonds valued at morel than 5000 from the dead body of the wife of Henry Briggs of Pasadena No Rosh Hashonah London Sept 19A dispatch from Warsaw to the Jewish Chornlcle states that in view of disquieting rumors the rabbis of Warsaw have recommended that the Jews do not attend the syna Bogs on the New Year festival TO CURE A FELON says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg Kansas Just 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 and Sore eyes Only 25C at drug stores guaranteed alli C9A siT 7RZABeam the Signature t JThe Baudit ia Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk MilK Is Natures emulsion = butter digesI before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 50c and SIOO AH druggists About the only way that this ad ministration will ever succeed in revising the tariff is likely to be in simplifying its spelling Pains across the small of the back indicate something wrong with the kidneys DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills will quickly bring re lid A weeks treatment for 25 cents Act on the liver too Sold by Chas C Davis A- HANDSOME all Gentlemens Washing complete Inn for for KRUEGER SONS DayImonthsdVils Signature SKIDOO SALElilt Commencing days I JiHosierycarriage anything I stock excluding groceries 1 1lino Clothing It all go the new fall 1Pricess vs they as ll1111fo CREDIT ON THIS SALE MRespectfully A HIATT5H- IATT II I KENTUCKY Brodhead Graded School- E SNODGRASS Principal begins September Offers thorough instruction the preparatory work Bookkeeping Music for information the Principal Brodhead SPIRO Mrs Jane Sayers and Hflen stated Wednesday on ex tended visit to relatives in Kansas Mrs M LG McKinney Visited ith of Logan McKinm Hansford Saturday and Sunday Mrs H and two daughters her mother Mrs Lucy ID Pulaski Saturday and SundayCossie D Sutton of Mt Vernon attended Sunday School at Freedom SundayJ H McKinney and G W Brown flying to Berea last ThursdayP H Shivell bought several head of cattle here last SaturdaySeveral mules were de livered J M Craig Saturday which he hail several days agoJ W Owens and fami ly aud Mrs Roberts of Brodhead H Martin and wife of Mt non attended the burial of Robeda here Friday Cora the daughter of Mr and Mrs L S Doan continues verv Logan Jr of Hansford spent last Sunday with his sister Sallie Doan Mr Jim McKinney attended Sunday School at Skeggs creek Sunday last Sereral the Free dom boys and girls attended church at Cummins house last Sun dayMrs A McKinney of Hansford her Perlie Doan first of the week Mrs Martha Brown has returned home after an extendid stay with her Mrs Mary Baker Misses Ada McKinnev Mattie Owens and Ethel Capps pleasant with Mrs Mary SHOE all leathers styles This is one Our Shoe Ladies Shoes This is the kind worn by George and Martha For STYLE und WEAR are onerlHaled Every pair has the name of them which means Our stock of LADIES HATS and we are selling same at very price Come in and fit up your Girls with Hats that come from F rC Sons and will save money and be sure of the latest styles we are selling for and not profit The best Flour at G5 cents a slick The facts in nutshell are buy of us and you be sure to get good for little money Space does permit us to tell all but if you come in our store we will by experi euce teach you that buying our goods means peace at home and good will towardus Yours trade F Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 3S Sept 5th For the next twenty will sell at cost and have in I Sale on Will sell them below j must to make room for u you never NQ G S A M Session Monday 8rd a in common school branches and in college and Also course teachers Tuition low For further address Ky daughter m family it W Owens little visited Goffe made a trip to contracted for S Ver Owens little sickMr McKinney Mrs of school W visited daughter daughter spent day Our is a low you a will goods not a a Hurley Sunday DEAD Robedia wife of Mr Bert Owens breathed her last on last Thursday at n oclock She leaves a heartbroken husband and a host of friends to mourn their loss But we must remember that earths loss is heavens gainRo bedia was a good woman aud will be greatly missed by her many friends Mr Owens who is one of the best men in our community bas theentire sympathy of all In his sad affliction v A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled 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 look better and feel better in short order Be sure you get DeWitts Good for everything a salve is used for including piles Sold by Chas C Davis Five minutes after being arraigned in the Circuit Court at Paducab Tuesday James Graham was given a life sentence in the penitentiary for the killing of Claude Bass He entered a plea of guilty When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using any thing that will cause constipation Be particularly careful about prep arations containing opiates Use Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and moves the bowels Sold by Chas IC Davis OILUOEum W1rUdr tit aferd Xs Sole AgentsF- or r- ueHoon d SHOES Guaranteed to give Satisfaction HAMILTONBROWN stnl1lpctlon perfection Krueger GROCERIES Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 25c lf4ltiltltlfiiiititiiltllilt1tt111i Willis Griffin = 2 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER3AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR =J Mt Vernon Ky 3 IStock Complete Can furnish on shorcno g IE tice Metalic Coffins and Gaskets and have Embalming 3f Ml10ne Fine Hearse attached = = OR lJ E RS by wire Promptly Filled = EPhon No 63 = UUUUUUUUUUltUtUiUUUUUiiUAUUiUUUUUiUUUUUU JONAS McJCENZIE IEWNotionsCLOTHING IWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of TwIT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash Fresh Meats Always on Hand We have recently put in a large refrigerator andare prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Send us your orders which will be promptly filled ICE wayson hands for sale S B RAMSEY IN BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE A MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY SEP 211006 79 c til up Mo 7y when virttnt toCotiimuiii cute with SIGNAL 79 r= = moR R Co TIME TABLE 22north 124 p m 24north 332 a n 23 south 124 p ir 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phons No 58 u Entered at tIll Ml NVriion Ky Postoflice as seennd lass mail matter P l R U N A L Charley Simpson is slowly im proving Miss Annie Tate is visiting in Lexington Mrs Sue Mullins was in town the first of the week Mrs Henry Hellard tins been very sick for several davs Mrs S Adkins is visiting rel alres in Gallatin county Jonas McKeuzie was in Louis vill this week buying goods Mrs S B Ramsev visited her parents near Orlando this week Vic Brown is soon to take charge of the telegraph office at London- J W Prewitt of Hazel Patch was here this week loading lumber Atty E V Puryear of Danville was here on legal business Mon dayE A Herrin and J A Proctor have begun work on R B Mullins houseMiss Lily Thompson is visiting her grandmother Mrs W M PoynterHon J N Saunders ot Stanford was one of the visiting attor neys here this week Chas C Davis has greatly improved the looks of his drug store by having it papered Cashier WL Richards was in Gallatin county this week looking after some business matters Miss Allie Moore daughter of Joseph Moore of near Wabd is very sick with typhoid fever Mesdames S W Davis and Mary Carter have returned from a visit to relatives in Indianapolis Section Foreman Ap Taylor rf Hazel Patch attended the burial f his uncle Rob Taylor Tuesday Ivlrs Patsy Brown and son Op ie returned home yesterday after a weeks visit to Mrs S C Davis Mrs E S Albright has been very sick since Sunday with mala ria fever She is better at this timeJ G Frith was here Monday and told us that his son Ora would ac cept a position with T Gilpin at St Louis Jack Conn ho has been station ed at Stearns for several months is spending his vacation with home folks here Misses Keith Sperry France and Bessie Sparks left Tuesday for Lexington where Miss Bessie will enter school- F L Thompson Jr and Char lie McKenzie left Wednesday for Lexington where they will enter State College Mr and Mrs L L Christerson have returned to their home in Cincinnati after a two weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Cleo Brown returned Tues d iy from Louisville where she hcs been for the past two weeks buying her fall millinery Mrs C C Williams and doughn ter Risse left yesterday cinnati where Miss Williams will enter the Conservatory F L Thompson and daughters Misses Susie and Annie with Miss Reca Baker are attending the State Fair at Louisville this week Dr Lytle Adams and bride of Parsons Kans arrived yesterday for a short visit to Dr Adams par tints Mr and Mrs Willis Adams Mr and Mrs R L Collier were guests at the Miller Hotel this week Mr Collier will ship sever al car loads of post from this place Tony Hatcher son of Mr RB Hatcher of Level Green who has been very sick with typhoid fever at Lebanon Junction for the past six weeks has sufficiently recov ered to come home His mother was with him during his sickness Cashier J W Hutchesun of the Citizens Bank was here yesterday Will Fish will spend to morrow at the Blue Gross Fair Lexington Miss Cora Adams of Livingston spent Saturday to Monday with the family of R B Mullins LOCAL Undertaker Willis Griffin sent four coffins last Sunday Let us hear from some of our citizens on the road question Rev Combs will begin a protracted meeting at Wildie on Saturday night before the fifth Sunday in this month Those who intend to respond to call made for 25 cents assessment for the Burial Association are re criested to do so at once A full line of s lk waists in all rue new fall shades are to be seen at en store opposite court house Mt Vernon MRS CLEO BROWN SPEAKINGHon N B Hayes present Attorney General of the State and Democratic candidate for Governor will address the citizens of Rockcastle county in the court house in Mt Veinon on Friday- S pt 28th at 130 p m The Hununell Grove churchwil he dedicated the first Sunday in October Rv J T Turpin will introduce A G Koker will preach and Rev William Williams will pray the dedicating prayer Then will be dinner on the ground Everybody is invited to attend The Masons are having a stone wall built around the Christian church a much needed improve ment They propose to pay halt for having the church building and Masonic hall painted if the church members will pay the other half We think it is time for the church to take some action Judge L W Bethurum has ap pointed the following delegates to the Fifth State Development Con vention which meets at Winches ter Oct 10 ii and 12th Dr A G Lovell Judge S D Lewis Gus Staverson W B Whltehead and J D Pennington We trust that all the delegates can arrange to be present We overlooked the marriage of Miss Cleavie Hiatt and Mr Charley Bowman which took place at the residencs of Rev J C Cat miral two weeks ago Such errors often come but not intentionally At this late day we want to extend to this splendid young couple our hest wishes The bride is the old est daughter of Mr A C Hiatt the Hiatt merchant a most charming youg lady The groom is sn of 1 A Bowman and one of our most promising young men The John H Sparks Shows will exhibit at Mt Vernon Tuesday Sept 25th afternoon and night The excellent reputation left by the Sparks Shows on former visits to Mt Vernon would alone insure liberal patronage this time but the lusty growth and vast improvement in the show since its last visit will make it more attractive than ever Sparks is a man of energy and en terprise wide experience and am ple capital and he has brought all this to bear in making his show superior to all other similar exhibi bitions DEAD About eleven olock Tuesday the death angel knocked and the spirit of Mr Robert Taylor took its flight Uncle Robas he was affectionately called was 79 years and 7 monts old and one of the countys best citizens About ten days ago pneumonia seized up on him and with his weakened condition he could nut long with stand the heavy strain The buri al took place Wednesday at th Providence church being the church of which be has been a member for many years The home of Mr Taylor has presented a very sad scene for the past week In one room was Mr Taylor an other room bis wife and in another room his daughter who has bee an invalid for years Of Mr an Mrs Taylor it seemed that bot must go and much uneasiness was entertained of the daughter be ciuse of her sickness of many years and weakened condition it seeme that the strain would be more tha she could bear but we are glad t daughterItamed of their recovery Besides them there are four other children VT George and J M Taylor and Mis G S Livesay Jr all ol whom were at the bedside of their father when the end came The family of Mr Shad Bullock of Bloss have measles rCircuit Court adjourned to day There has been considerable hug ness transacted in the last ten days John Cook a brother of Mrs G M Ballard was killedand hi von badly injured in an explosion t Jelhco this mornin Tim retort says about one hundred men in all were killed Mr and Mrs G M Ballard will go to Jellico this after noon MARRIED Miss Annie Traub of Ottenheim and Mr Fritz Kruger of this place were married in Louisville Wednesday Mr Krueger who is one of our most energetic and enterprising citizens has been a widower since last June We extend to them our hest wishes NOTICE My handle mill nt M Vernon will continue to run utnil Christmas All parties having hirl ory suitable for handles which they desire to sell are requested to get it in by that time Mill will be moved January ist 1907 E T WHEELER Agent TurnerDay Woolworth Handle Company sep 14 3t NOTrCE The Republicans of Rockcastle county Ky will take notice that a mass convention of the same will be held at the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ky at the hour of 130 oclock September 29th 1906 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention of the Republi cans of the Eighth Congressional Distiict of Kentucky which ha been called for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Congress and which will be held at Lawrenceburg Ky on Oct 4th 1906 A good crowd of Republi cans should attend this county conventionB BETHURUM Chm Rockcastle Co Rep Com LIY1NGSTOK Mr and Mrs Mart Hicks were in Richmond first of the week Miss Cora Adams spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Mt Vernon Mr Henry Browning has moved from Paris back to Livingston We are glad to welcome Mr Browning and family back home againMrs Bogart and her daughter Miss Jesse of Cincinnati spent a few days with her sister Mrs W H Rice this weekMr and Mrs Henry Delph were in Richmond Monday and TuesdayMr Robert Lemon who has been very sick is improv ingWm Stout of Indiana is visiting friends here He tells us he is thinking of making Livingston his home in the near future Rev C K Pike and family are visiting his brother Mr Jake Pike Tht R R Bridge across Roundstone is near completion There will be a walk way between the bridges whichwill be a great convenience for the people of South Livingston Mr Joe Oliver is moving his stocK of goods to the property re cently purchased on Main St and the Mullins stand will be vacant and for rent It is one of the best stands in townThe infant child of Mr Hurt died of whooping cough and was buried at Wildie The sick of the town are improv ingMr and Mrs James Ander son spent Sunday in Orlando Mr Will Rice is spending the week with his parents Mr and Mrs Chas RiceDr Webb was in East Bernstadt on business Friday Chas Rice Jr has returned to Lebanon Junction after spending a very pleasant week with relatives and frieus Mrs A N Bently of daugheanc R A SparksMr Ray Bently of Louisville was with friends and relatives Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Magee of Frankfort spent a few days with his brother H D Magee DAYdQUIhNINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cureE W Groves signature is on each box 2ccisCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Bears ofct6l lroLttSIIOMAlmTAR A MATTER OFHEL TI flQ i IiJKI N G- POWDER Absohrtely Pure A Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum or phos phatIc acid HAS NO SUBSTITUTE QOOOOOOO O 0X1 8I8THE STYLES g ARE CHANGED g YOU WANT THEg gNfWfST AND lAHSTg 8I HAVE IT 8 gALL THE Shades AND g Dsgns In Fall Millinery 0 MSS tWIR oWNI 41 9 MT VERNON KY g 8 600000OoOLlOOEXCURSION TO Marnrnotn Cave Oct 5th 935 Round Trip On Regular Train Leaving Livingston 305 A NI- 1VltVernon332A1VI Brodhead 347 A M This amount pays the Railroad fare also board at the Cave ho tel from arrival for dinner until after dinner the following day also long and short routes in the Cave SEE L NAG E NT J jf nONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS LABEL THE COLLAR I pqK I SHEEID E AND WEARS WFiL AAA vvvvvvvvvyvvvw l I Your Clothing Costs Nothing If you buy the Shild Brand compared to thecostofinferiorrnadegatments even higher price claim ed to be as good EVERY SUIT 6UA1AHTEED j aiiaiLt t I Just opened a complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes We want to sell them We can certanly satisfy the most fastidious We insist on you when you need that new pair of Shoes that you shouldnot overlook the fact that Star Brand Shoes Are Better andwe know that you will be satifieilwith the fit and style these Shoes haTe to them Here are a few of the many beautitul styles we are showing I NSH Men Has no equal It is made of the hest stock of Patent Ticiwith fancy undressed kid top and is strictly a high class Shoe for men who dress wellI Our Shoes For All the Family This line of Shoes is Boxias a battleshipcom fort al1e as a glove Theywill wear long enough to suit you no matter how much you kick 500 Family ou8y o I14SfARMens 300 Missess 1 50 Ladies J 4200 Childs 1 25 Star on the Heel insures your protection Make My Store Your Headquarters While in T- ownFISHS CASH STORE Church Si ML Vernon 1 VACATION- F r your summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and invigorating climate magnificent mountain scenery and picture qe summer resorts which are locatedalong the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic Line ol 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 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 fa mous iooomile tour for 2800 which comprises more noted scen ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv ations Durango Mancos Canon Uco Lizard Head Pass Las Ani mas Canon Silverton Ourav Cim- arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trio can Le comfortably made in five days butt least ten days should be devl ted to it so that one may view at leisure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are also on sale to Salt Lake City Utah If you con template a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send you some beautifully illustrated booklets free S K Hop r G P T A A LESSON IN HEALTH Healthy kidneys filter the impu rities from the ble d and unless impossiblesound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and blad der diseases It strengthens the whole system Chas C Davis RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND 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 Northern Louisiana IS the facj that oleo r i aniacre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpea siveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This accounts for its high rental value Other crops such as corn small gums grasses vegtablesand fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to- jr6 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to growingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 pe acreThe new White Rider country offers many opportunities for set tlers 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 tocation De scriptive literature with maps free on request 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 returning 21 days with overs For descriptive literature- time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND GaneralEass enger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo CLUBING OFFERUntil further notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal for 150 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 2 00 Cash must accompany all orders under this arrangement KOforDspepsiDIKeIS r KILLTHCOUCH AND CURE THE LUN Dr1KingsNew II FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS aril OLDS IPrie UNlt and Cuickut Curr all sotsU f NOTICEITo The Taxpayers of RQekeasfile county The taxes for the year 1906 have been clue stnce March 1st and you are notified to meet me or one of deputies at the following places and dates nanieJ Mt Vernon Monday October lt nlDisputGreen Proctors Store t Friday u 5th Wildie A Satul layH M 6th Pongo V Saturday Qtl Hansford Monday V Sjlif Brodhead VeclnesdaylQthrv Livingston MondayIv Mnllins StationSaturday 15thIv Level Monday Climax Wednesday 4th Orlando Thursday 25th Conway Monday 22nd I Kidwell Store Copper creel lhiclay26th 2TthTThat all may know the law governing the collection of taxes we copy the section of the late Revenue Act pertaining thereto 20 All State county and district taxe except as utherwise plmrided shall be due and payable on and after the first day of March after the assessment and all taxpayers whose taxes are not paid on the first day November after the same are due shall be deemed delinquent and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the first day of November after the7 are due until paid and any person or persons failing to pay their taxas by the first of November in the year following the assessment for such taxes shall pay a penalty of six per centum additional on the taxes due and unpaid The sheriff or collector whose duty it is to receive or collect the tax es shall collect the interest and penalty and account for the same in the same way in which they are required to collect and account for the taxes S 21 Within fifteen days after any taxpayer becomes delinquent as provided in the preceding certifytopenalty and interest due the State county or district and the date when interest begins which he is authorized to collect which list shall be by the clerk filed in his office and recorded in a book kept for that purpose and so arranged with appropriate columns in which to record the facts certi ountytoS 22 The county clerk in whose office the list is recorded shall within ten days after this list is filed issue a tax warrant against each delinquent the name of the Co nmonwenlth of Ken tucky The tax warrant shall be directed to the sheriff or collector of thH county in which thr list is recorcedccommanding him to collect of the delinquent tax interest penalty and costs nncl if not paid on demand to distrain and sell the estate of the delinquent or the estate owned by him at the time the assessment was made notwithstanding the existence of any lean uqon the same or a sufficient amount thereof to satisfy the tax interest penalty and cost of the tax warrant Cost of tax warrant will be 25 cents extia R L McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County P S Under section 30 of the New Revenue Act there is a penalty of 30 per cent imposed up on the Sheriff for failure to report to the County Court Clerk all tax payers who do not pay their taxes by Nov 1st WAS A VERY SICK BOY BUT CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS i COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHCEA REMEDY When my boy was two years old Ii he had a severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dia rrhoea Remedy we brought him out 0 all right says Maggie Hickok of Midland Mich This remedy can be depended upon in the most ser ere cases Even cholera in fan turn is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is cer tain For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon While there is a general desire among the Cuban Insurgents as well as on the part of the Government officials to arrange oeace as quickly as possible nothing defi nite concerning the basis on which an agreement can be reached has yet developed The hope that any thing like permanent agreements can be secured by Wednesday when Secretary Taft and Bacon are expected in Havana has been abandoned The situation on Wednesday probably will be simply one of armed truce A bath cleanses the skin and rids tbe pores of refuse A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship Not oaly should the outside of the Cody be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DeWitts Little Early Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by Chas C Davis Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all fcind6 of watch and clcck repairing Make tyour old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept yv Very truly 7 i Il NKLI- Ni f CHAMBEREAINSPAINmALM- iThis is a liniment remarkable for its great power over pain It quickly allays the excruciating pain pt rheumatismand inakessleep and rest possible For sale tty Chas C j 3pavjsJbe leading druggist M- tvernon l HIATT Rev Met alf of Maretburjr filled his appointment here Sunday Miss Lzzie Hiatt entertained large crowd of young folks Sunday Our school closedagain on account of Mr Boreings illness Mr Sam McHargue left Wednesday for a months visit in OhIO Miss Anna Parkerson left Tuesday for Berea where she will enter college Mr Sheridan Bowman attended church here Sunday T L Rigsby and family left Sunday for Illinois where they willmake theu home DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot repch the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitntional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of ths mu cons lining of the Eus achhn Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing siid when it is entirely closed deafness is the result anti unless the intiamitSon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de troped forever iiine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucus surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation 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 doc tors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seemed to only agrivate my ease 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 QUAIL Eld J L Davis filled his ap pointment at Providence Sunday M rs O A Gtntiy is improving The farmers are very busy in their cornand cane WTTay lor has been doing some carpenter ing for Eugene Williams at Bandy Hugh Taylor visited his sister near Bandy Saturday and Sunday AC Taylor sold a four months old mule to ohnCress of Preach ersvil le for 5000 OF INTEREST ro MANY Noleys Kidney Cure will cur any case of Kidney or Jldder trouble that is notb yond there pf medicine No medicine can do more Chas 9 D vishtt ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co NT VE1IIJN IY 0 FARM No 1This rm of 317 acres located on Negro creek neat Brodhoad Ky is one of thovbeut farms in the county andi1I be aold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 41hO acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain PART NO5So acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 8214acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2000I a bartrain ofllandand 155 acres located on lade Fork andIThese lauds are located near the resi dences of ebrge Hines anl George- G ooch About 75 acres of this land is bottom land and a good part of it is up land but level and is good farming lane A bargain at S3 pllale One third cash the balance in one and two years Everybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With kissy places on her neck and dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweet now shp well again IVOlt know what you are jiving your baby when you use weet The ingredients are on evenI hotile Contains no opiates For loss of sle A correc chaslIFOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delayI SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS C DAVIS ZJ fr Pale Thin1- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine This is the first question your doctor would ask Arc your bowtl regular Ho knows that dally action of the liovwis absolutely e senti to recovery liver act vo anil your hovels regular by taking laxative doses of Ayers Tills AMtde byJ AyeI Co Lowen Naae B Also nanufacturora or I Aann VIQORI We have no secrets Wo pubish the formui of all our medict- ncsVANTEDSchool havingnew attractive proposition wishes ener getic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and ex enses paid weekly Some knowl edie of music preferred but not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Place Chicago Five deaths and seven vessels were Tuesday added to the list of wrecks and deaths due to the re cent gale which swept the Labrador coastTHE t BREATH OF LIFE Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the gor illa also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breath ling organs right should he mans study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams Ohas learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discov cry stopped my cough of two eats andcured me of what my friends thought consumption Oh its grand for throat and lung trouble Guaranteed by all druggists Price 5oc and 8 i oo Trial bottle free VANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and marl order hou3e assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permuneut Fi investmen ofexperience requir ed Spare time valuable Write it oucerfor full particulars anden close seltndriressed envelope Ad diesjjjlNi RAi MANAGER 134 E Lake ST Chicago rodhead Marble Work fj BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATHRIGHT Manager fewarF Iron J Fence lifetimehghesI M WAR1 CINCINNATI t4K callolCaUaad see 9 AN 1FIA- LVACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Sprirgs Of ipple Cretk Garden of the Gods Maui tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 6f DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK COS 1 OfTrip Expense oran ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be with in easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will leave LouisvillevNight ojJuly 25th Eor full particulars write JH GALLAGHER 4 1907 Barret Avenue Louisvillef f CONWAY Harvey Cherault is making ouej halfmile of turnpike running from the ford of Ruundstone creek to the big well at this place Now if some of our other good citizens will rebuild the lootbridge across the creek which washed out some time back so we can get to the pike this winter we will be prepar ed for the winter in traveling one half mile any howMaterial is be irg put on the ground to build the new depot at this plaeA Post office inspector viited Conway SatI UncleIbeingIrubbed agoMr George Ketrons house burned between 5and 6 oclock- Sunday evening The fire originat ei from a flue in the kitchen while Mrs Ketron was getting supper and had such a start before it was discovered that it was impossible to save any of the household goods except one bed and a few other small articles Ve understand Mr Ketron had 200 insurance on the building which is said to have cost him rSooRev Bryant of Car tersville closed a two weeks meeting at the new church in Scaffold Cane Sunday nrht with ten new members to Ih church Rev Bryant is a goou preacher and ev ery one enjoyed his sermons dur ing the meeting- CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY ACTS ON NA TURES PLAN The most successful medicines tire those that aid nature Chain berlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions Fnd aid aihealthycounteracts any tendency of a colt to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist id Mt Vernon LANDSTOCK AN D CKO i STRAYEDA pale red yearling heifer dehorned with a liltle briudlc f ponndfwhLiberal reward for her ret iri J W PARSONS Aug 3i5t Mt Vernon Ky WT JKinlo1dhi farm on Line creek to W F McClure for 350 In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often fo gotten In the mad pell mel rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remain undone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or finan cial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of his sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat and puts vour stomach hack into shape Sold by Chas C Dav- isCARSONW A Pal nter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALL PAPER 110011- 111IOTJLDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS 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renting one and paying a gowherepayingalongthean acre This mutt is increasing in value each war SEE TIlE SOUTHWEST AT SMALL COST settlingthird Tuesc ys of each month you can purchase a round trip ticket to any ratesStopoversin Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful etcrcBARky Ky IDYLWiLD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Dru9 tationey Qigar Yobeeop- pdinip Qi and Patent Medicine Diseases of Children A SpecWfg S C DAVIS Prop IPHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KY pd x tt 7 GRANVILLEOWENS I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky IWLCOMPLETE LINE j Coffins Caskets and RObes j All Mail Telegraph or Tele t phone orders Promptly Filled l 3fc Dc C3X-