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Published Every Friday oun1tnnu i na1J VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 2 1916 NUMBER 1 U J xKp xx I A Few Reasons Why I YOU j Should Trade With w USjf First We carry the larg f- Sr est and most uptodate Stockf fof General Merchandise ever fshown in Rockcastle County V one from which you can al ways get anything you want fat any time and we are constantly R adding all the desira f ble things from every quarter ffgoodold son of rela9Q we dos J f not wish to Debate or be chatf 8 edbut always endeavor to seef 1 that our customers receive fair 7 treatment We believe this isf R the only methodupon which f X I business should be conducted f and strive to carry it into oursffc S Third We carry the best fgoods in all lines that are to be v f hadsuch as UK K Clothing f f Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats Oliver Chilled Plows and Old f Hickory VTagonsmade irif our own country g 2 f initthef us fter prepared to take care ofour f S trade than ever before f Our prices shall be in reason four motto Live and LetLivef Help us to make this year cr scratchlI 3eDIC3lC lJ1r 7 c ii I f INTERESTING STATE NEWS I SUPPOSED CORPSE Laid Out Preparatory to Burial Moved and Began to Breathe 7 Glasgow KyPersons living In the western part of Glasgow are excited over the strange condition of Mrs George Burgess who with her hus- bandJ moved here from Etolle this county five months ago Since locat f ing here Mrs Burgess became afflicted with a malady said to be consumption and for several days had been growth r worse Yesterday it was given oat hat she would not live through the 11flied Several women were called in lIeparatocrvere waiting for the burial robe the corpse surprised all present by mov ng An Investigation revealed that he woman was breathing From the Jme she was thought to have died calf an hour until she moved there vas no perceptible sign of life Respi alien and heart action had ceased and hose who closed her eyes and handled he body declared she was cold and rigid After those present had recov ered from their surprise restoratives were applied and in a short time she tad rallied sufficiently to talk Mrs burgess is still alive though her con iltlon is very critical and her death ex rested at any time To those who iGlped revive her she said It takes ne a long time to die Dont you hank so RESORT OF NOTED CROOKSa Yclept Hells Half Acre the Scene of a Shooting Affray London Ky During a general fight 1 H Thomas from Mud Lick N C nd a man named Thompson from Jat Lick Knox iounty were shot rear the K D bridge in this county Thomas Is shot through the stomach and is dying Thompson is shot through the arm and is seriously vounded But Lanham of Lily thi county is accused of shooting boll men and has mads his escape The place where the trouble occurred It known as Hells HalfAcre and is a woodland just outside the corporation mits of Cor in and across Lynn Camp River on the Laurel side Here many severaljmen bin can not interfere with the offen ers and they have little trouble In caping the officers of Laurel and Knox by crossing the county line when they were pursued Deputy Sheriff W N Scoville of this city went to the scene of the fight tonight and placed several men and women under arrest and will bring them to the London Jail tonight AN INVESTIGATION Into Ketterer Case Is Ordered by the State Board of ControlI Frankfort KyThe state board of control ordered an Investigation Into the sudden death of Fred Ketterer of Ashland at the Lexington Insane asy lum President Holy of the board is sued the following statement The state board of control in special ses InvesIUgatlonstances attending the death of Fred Ketterer recently a patient in the astern asylum for the Insane at Lex ington Judge J R Morton of Lexing ton has been employed by the board to formulate the method to be used In making the investigation The board has Instructed Judge Morton that its purpose and desire is that the invest gotten shall be full and complete and that the facts relative to the death of Ketterer be clearly established with out regard to consequences The result of the investigation whatever It may be is at the service of the Fayette county grand jury which meets in October Died At His Post Louisville KyWhile standing in the engine room at the custom house William F McKinley chief engineer dropped dead of heart disease He was 44 years of age and had ben chief en gineer at the custom house for eight years Packages Were Sold Louisville KyMany Louisville sa loon keepers opened their place of business ostenslbly for the sale of soft drinks only For 35 cents firstclass hotels gave a club sandwich and a snort of booze or beer to the Initiated Drank Carbolic Acid Richmond KyEdward H Ballard 83 of Paint Lick came in from a ride over the farm and seeing a bottle of carbolic acid on a mantel swallowed the contents dying In agony a Jew hours later Cinoy Band ReEngaged Lexington Ky Mayor Combs presi dent of the Blue Grass Fair associa tlon and Secrete Bata closed a con tract with Bandmaster William Kopp for next season and the music will be furnished next year by the popular Cincinnati organization Three Arrested for Murder Lancaster KyMarshal Beasley and Deputy Herrqn arrested Sam and Jones Simpson brothers and Curt East and lodged them in jail charged with the murder of James Casey and Nathan Taylor FOOT RACE Suggested to McCreary by Beckham to Settle Senatorial Battle Louisville KyThere might have been a unique day In Kentuckys history it Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary had really meant what they said when one submitted a proposition for a foot race to settle the senatorial question and the other quickly took itup The governor and the senator met at the state fair and hobnobbed togeth er Icy a large portion of the time They were in the judges stand wait ing for the calling of a race when the governor suddenly said Senator we might as well settle this question now as any other time Suppose we goout on the track and have a foot tale for the nomination for senator Quick as- a flash Senator McCreary came back That Is perfectly agreeable to me he said but I would suggest that the dis tance be a mile that we may better test the running qualities of earth Among those in the stand was Gen John B Castlcman and for a moment everyone accepted the challenge seri ously But the proposed foot roc passed into the 1906 campaign jolt book INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER Returned Against Sheriff and Posse That Captured Frank Ball Mlddleboro KYThe grancti jury session in Lee county Virginia4 return d Indictments against Kentucky ofli eels who captured Frank Ball at Ros Hill August 9 The men are charge with the murder of John Lee Lee wr killed in the tight between Ball and tt officers Those indicted are Rice tit Johnson sheriff of Bell county R Givens Gordon Givens Newton J W burn John Glynn of Mlddlesboro m James Rollins Ike Vanbibber and Job Wilson of Pinovllle deputy sheriff It is said that Gov Swanson will a Gov Beckham for requisition of the men The members of the party wh assisted the sheriff and his posse hay been indicted as accessories to tit murder of Lee This party was con posed principally of business men o Mtddlesboro and Pineville FROM HIS HEAD The Bullet Bounced and the Negr Was Unhurt ay Lexington KyHaving a bulls bounced oft his head while he lay i bed withoat even losing cousclousiies was the singular experience of Al Haw- kIns a negro 50 years old at Athens Ky The shooting occurred while Hawkins was in his bed and when the sur goons arrived to dress the wound the found the bullet had bounced off hi head and was lying on the pillow Tht shooting was done with a 3Scalibo pistol by another negro named Hinlci Wilson Hawkins son Inlaw The trouble came up over an affair between Wilson and his wife It is said tlm- she called to Hawkins for assistance and that he responded This action or his part is alleged to have given Wil son offense NARY LICENSE Had Trimble and the Laws Officer Swooped Down on Him Lexington KyCharged with sell- Ing liquor without state county cki or government license and with viola ing the Sunday closing ordinance wa the predicament In which Cy Trimbl found himself when officers swoope down on a club where drinks were be ing served Trimble had organized social club of which he was the preai dent thinking to get around the lid law but he failed to secure any of the necessary documents which entitle him to dispense liquor Judge Hines Withdraws Louisville KyJudge Henry B Hines authorizes the annojacement ot his withdrawal as a candidate for state auditor This leaves Henry M Boa worth as the only candidate and sures him a clear field the last day on which candidates could declare themselves under the rules governing tha state primary having passed Kentucky Boy Deserts Lexington ICy Frank W Olmstea- of this city was notIfied by the navy department at Yrashlngtpn that hh son John Olmstead had deserted fro the United States naval service Youn Olmsteadwas an apprentice on tae steamship Pens ctla in San Francisco bay and has been missing sever days Miss Burnett Hopkinsvllle KyMiss Burnett of LoulsvUie aged 42 years sister of WIl- lIam A Burnett died of tuberculosis at Cerulean Springs The remains were taken to Shelbyvllle Ky for Interment there Dead in Arizona Morgantown KyA M Hunt ro ceived a telegram from Thatcher Ariz aaylng that his brother Percy Hunt 1I railroad mall clerk of that city dl there Percy Hunt was a railway ma clerk located at Cincinnati for several years In Favor of Tobacco Company Frankfort Ky The court of s decided in favor of the American T bacco Co in a suit by the state in Daviess county to recover back taxes for five years on 80000 worth of property CiwORlA BeeretheY ATIte Haw Alwrsl gMI RESOLUTIONS Whereas Our brother John M Cook was called from labor here on earth to refresnments in that Lodge on High in that unfortunate explo sion jjthat occurred at Jellico Tear on the morning of Sept 21St 1906 that caused the destruction of so much property and the loss of more than a dozen lives Brother Cook was born and rais ed in this county had attained tht age of 48 years was a member of the Christian cburch having join ed that church at the age of eighteen and has been a devout member ever since lending his energies to all that was for the upbuilding and gond of his community Brother Cook left this county ten years ago during which time he has been in the employment of the L N R R at Jellico Tenn as foreman of the mechanical department He enjoyed the tud esteem ot hIS employe He was ever ready to assist de serving young men and through nis efforts there are now several voung men from this county enjoying lucrative positions Therefore be it Resolved That in the death of Brother gook his wife has lost an affection ite husband his children a kind md indulgent father the church a devout member the community an upright citizen and the Fraternity an honored and true member That we deplore the loss of our Brother and extend to the family ur heartfelt sympathy in their ad bereavement That we have no greater comfort o offer them for consolation than o reter them to Him who promises o he a husband to the widow and- a father to the fatherless That this lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days That a copy of these resolutions e spread on the minutes of our Lodge a copv be sent to the family f the deceased a copy be sent to Boston Lodge No 593 at Jellico ICy of which Brother Cook was a nember and a copy sent to the ldvance Sentinel at Jellio Tenn ind the Mt Vernon Signal Mt Vernon Ky for publication E B Cox A 13 Furnish Com John H Coffey PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPT CHAMtPAIN BALM Mr James N Nichols a mer hint and postmaster at Vernon Conn rakes the following state ment A little child of Michael paifrom s old applications only increased th nflainuiation Mr Strauss came t ne for something to stop the little mes pain From the many lint ments I carry in stock I advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and the first application drew out the inflammation and gav mmediate relief I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often fot cuts burns strains and lame back and have never known it to disappoint For sal by Chas C Davis the leadin druggist in Mt Vernon SPIRO vetnY sick for the last few daysMrs Fred Hahn visited her daughter Mrs Monk near Crab Orchard TuesdayMr Joe Sowder of Gar Madhaffyof Brodheadvisited at Mrs Rilla Owens lastSundavW H Gentrygand Sam Sayers attended church at Brodhead last Sunday evening Rev Thomas Smith preached to a yIA GAURANTEED CaRE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protru- isg Piles Druggists are authoriz ed to refund money if PAZO OIN MENTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days 5oc STARVING TO DEATH slltt she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus Ohio was literally starving to death soo I coup not eat and my nerves were so weak that I could not sleep and not before I wasgienuIJ to die BitItersaicompletehealth tonic on earth 560 Guar anteed by all druggist Established 1887 BRODHEAD Mrs Lou Storme of Keavy KY is visiting Mrs Wm Adams and Mrs James OwensMrs Egbert Owens and sister Miss Mae Spoon amore are here from Corbin visit ing Mrs Per Shelton The pro trackd meeting at the M E church under the tutorship of Rev W H Durham of Chicago Ill is still in progress and he is a preach er of marked wonder Rev Dur ham is an exresident of Brodhead having left here about 15 years ago The largest crowds ever seen at the M E chursh are seen attending nightly and he is reaching the hearts of several who were never known to attend church before Old sinner wake up The wedding spoke of in last weeks Signal where A C McClary and Miss Maule Forbes were prin cipals was onlY a farce and not a etlUg the hou e torn down where Jake Johnson lived and one in its stead is having a nice five room cottage erected which will aid greatlv to the looks of upper main street JC Wilhoitte of Monteray Ky is burn attending the bedside of his brother Dr A D Wilhoite who is confined to his room ot ty phoid ftverW T Evans and son John Evans were in Louisville first of the weekMrs J W Tate has returned from a weeks visit in LexingtonMiss Etta Cable has returned home from Paris where she spent five weeks the guest of Mr and Mrs Dave ThompsonMis Nola Keisling speit Sunday in Cinci umti Mrs J M Clark is numbered among our sick this weekB R Wilmott is at home conffned to his room with rheumatismMr and Mrs J W Hutcheson have returned from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs M B Salin at Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry have re turned from a weeks visit in Lex ington and Lancaster Master of Trains W W Wright and clerk W H Benton H D McGee and Pete Drummond of Livingston were all down between trains last MondayMrs Granville Owens is visiting relatives at Pongo Mrs Ameiee Geizer of Crib Or chard visited her mother Mrs J W rickerson last TuesdayW- El Barnes spent Sunday in Cm omnati W 0 Svvinford tended the cirrus at Mt Vernon Tuesday IC L Collier and wife will re turn to Brodhead about Oct 1St after having sp ent the summer at Crab Orchard springshilt and Mrs J F Watson and son spent last Sunday in the country Wm visoited his brother J F Watson first of week United States Court was held in Brodhead Wednesday W Sheridan Cass is on the sick list Moneday on businessWednesday wa big court day C C Williams from Mt Vernon was here attending Judge Friths courtRoy Bastin thegBrooks was with homefolks Sun day DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an iu flamed condition of ths mu cous lining of the Eus achi in Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing ind when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the intla nation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de troped forever nine caie ou of ten are caused by Catarrh which is notliiigbutan 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 freedF J CHENEY CO Toledo O locT for constipation CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY ACTS ON NA 0Ti1RES PLAN The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chant 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 end aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have excellenceItcold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For leadingdruggist t Explosion On last Friday morning at 743 oclock there occurred an explosion ofa car load of dynamite at Jellico Tenn which destroyed property to the amount of nearly a half million dollars and more than a score of people lost their conIpounds of dynamite and near this CookIEast Tennessee Brewering Co when the great catastrophe came and a foot and a part of the skull which was identified as being tha of Mr Cook was all that was found of the three men Of the others killed wh ch number be tween ten and twenty the reports be conflicting lost their lives by falling timbers and caving in of houses The writer reached the terrible scene about ten hours after the great disaster to witness the wreckage and turmoil of what on ly a few hours before was a thriving prosperous little city every body on the hustle andeverything going well bnt alas almost in the twinkle of an eve was reduced to ruins such as could almost be compared to that of the great San Francisco disaster The Kentucky side was almost total wreck while the large brick structures on the Tennessee side were either de stoyed or so badly damaged that they were rendered unsafe for oc cupancy Just dhow the accident occurred is a question that HO one has been able to solve as there is no one who was present left to tell the story However two possible causes have been assigned one that Mr Rogers one of the victims was shooting at a target on the car which contained the dynamite and another is that a car loaded with pig iron was pushed against the car so heavily as to cause the explosion but this is o speculation as no one can state positively that either took place The arguement has been presented by some that it was caused by spontaneous com bustion the exact cause we will probably never know On the spot where stood the car a whole was dug in the ground more than thirty feet in diameter and about thirty live feet deep It is a miracle that more people did not lose their lives than did Work ofrepairing the town has already begun THE 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 ing organs right should be mans chieiest study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how ThreesDr 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 boo Trial bottle free ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH k EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATICELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS QUEEN CRESCENT t ROUit J 1 1D SOUTHERN RAILWAY ntOK CINCINNATI to ill IIPOITIIT CITES 15utkSeutlaeut ad So1atkWNt HlHSEEKElStlCKmlll1lLlflln Tt MiNTS r i11hIafonaath a ud Rate Awn H C KINd CPIiT k111 E Main St Lexkctov- W l A OAWIETT OtMra W G SONQPA I i i li MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEP 28 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SHBSCUIPTION ONE YEAR TAO Advertisingrates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincolnr THH action of Governor Beck ham in the closing of saloons in the cities has been the occasion of much comment and his actiqu in this matter has to a certain extent been succesful in accomplishing the end soughtthe indorsement of a few of the temperance people of this State in his race for United States Senate We belong to the temper ance league ourselves but we dont t belong to the kind of temperance that Gov John Ciippi Wickliff Beckham is trying to poke down the the ats of the good honest peo pie Yes we say close the saloons en Sunday and every other day in the week but the spirit which prompts such action should count as much or more than the act itself For six years the Governor has had the power to enforce the Sunday closing law the law has never been changed the same law to day that it was six years ago and what is good for the people today would have been just as good six years ago It is a farce a shrewd plan which the Governor has devised to get the indorsement of the temperance people After Nov 6th there will be no further orders from the Governor and every saloon in the city of Louisville will be as wideopen as a bootjack Mark our prediction and see if we are not right The following which ap peared in a recent Issue ofthe Danville News so correctly describes the situation that we copy it in full IAfter all his valued devotion to the cause of temperance and the enforcement of the law after trot ting over the State declaring him self a reformer being introduced at his speakings by deluded preachers and receiving flowers from tb delegations of the Woman sTem perance Union after declaring that he would enforce the Sunday clos ing law in Louisville if he had to call out the malitia or convene the Legislature after all of this bum comb and demagogery J CW Beckham the Reform Govern or of Kentucky has ignomineously made terms with the whisky people A Louisville paper is authority for the statement that for two Sundays liquor has been sold openly in that city and that Governor Beckham las made terms with the saloon tutu and will no longer attempt to enforce the law It says that the salooti men who have been so bitter against him are now loud in his praise Did it ever occur to you that Governor Beckham never in- Tended to inforce the law but was using the Sunday closing law as- a whip to drive the saloon men to his support and to enact an agree ment from them to steal the city of Louisville for him by a big majority We have it froma reliable source that there is an organization in Lexington of Beckham men who will stuff the ballot boxes in that city to give Beckham a large majority Our authority for this is as good as could be had unless it would be one of the conspirators i What Is true of Lexington will be rrue of all the other latge cities in the State where the machine can get in its work There is no question in our mind that Mc Creary wjll carry the state by a big majority The onlything that we have ever feared is that it will not he counted aS cast iGjve Mc creai winYby forty thousand His friends niustsee to it that every vote that fis cast for him shall be counted s q FUR nineteen years the SIGNAl has feathered the storms of adver sit itsYtwentieth year For nearly seven v Y ears of that time the present man whileaSwe realize as fully as do others the many short comings yet we have to make the SIGNAL dworthYofthe patronage which it fa recived We purpose to enter upon the next year with renewed contipuatwno 1 of the hearty support ofour friends such as we have received in the past give to our readers a better newsier and more upto date paper than ever before L1Y1NG8TOA Dr W J Cbildress was in Lr u isville Monday and TuesdayMissL- izzie Fishback left Monday for Mt Vernon where she will enter the Brown Memorial SchoolMrsi- Cittie Smith who has been em ployed by the Baptist church of this place to nurse Miss Vera Owens who has been seriously ill for several weeks was called to the Hedside of her father Rev J C Carmicaljfri S 5 IMC was in Mt Vernon Monday to have some dental work doneMr Pearl Daniels is in Stanford and Somerset this week Misses Flora Pitman Liz zie Farris and Julia Sawyers of East Bernstadt were here between trains Monday Madam Stort called at the home of Mr and Mr Will Ward Friday Sept 21st Iud lift a handsome baby boyMrs James Davis of Knoxville was the guest of her sister Mrs E L Oockrell Monday and Tuesday Miss Lucy Spratt is the guest of her aunt Mrs Farley Mrs W W Wright and family attended the show at Ml Vernon Tuesdayi Miss Annie Parsons returned Wed nesday from a visit to relatives and friends in Paris and BercaMr Willie Rice returned to Lebanon Junction Monday after a pleasau vacation of two weeks with home folksMrs J E Woodall will have fall and winter hats between the 10 and 15th Robert Turley who Las a posi tion here with W J Sparks at tended the Lexington fairR A Whitehead is in Louisville buying goodsYr and Mrs James Neal ot Ford are spending several days with Mrs Neals mother Mrs Mar FordMrs Dee Bryant and fami ly were called to Somerset Satur day on account of the death of her brother Mr M B DeBoard We extendoursympathy to the bereav ed familyMr and Mrs Wm Carmical were called to Mt Ver non Monday on account of the se rious illness of Mr Carmicals fa therMrs Frank Longmire and family returned Saturday from Coa Creek where she visited her mother Mrs J E Hightower Mr anr1 Mrs George Cook Miss Lyda Cool Mrs Sue Mullins Mrs Mat Ford and Mr Mart Hicks visited the Jel lico disaster Mr Cooks brothr being one of the unfortunate ones Mrs L H Davis visited rda lives at Paint Lick last week Mrs Howard Bowars and daughtc and Miss Mar arette Overslreet visited relatives in Parksville ihi weekMt Durbin and little Mis Willie E Tubbs attended the shove It Mt Vernon Tuesday Mis Mattie Gilford who has been will her mother Mrs Joe Sambrook who has been very sick was called to her home at East Bernsradi on account sicknessMiss Lelia Sumbrook and brother George who are attending the Brown Memorial School speut Saturday and Sunday at homeMrs Mary Payne of Al tamont is visiting her another Mrs Mahala CarsonMrs Annie Quinn and brother Edgar Hayes arrived Tuesday night to he with their mother Mrs J B Hayes who is seriously illMrs J R Llewellyn snd family of McKee are visiting at the home of J A Oliver OF INTEREST TO MANY Noleys Kidney Cure will cut any case of Kidney or thdde trouble that is not beyond lit itn of medicine No medicine sncl more Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hove Always Bough Bears the- Kianatura of d MARETBURG There will be a boxsupper given by the ladies of the Church Satur day nignY Sept 29 Outside the supper there will be a short pro gram consisting of son ssbort addresses and other social entertainments Everybody invited and a good time promised STOP IT A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchialor lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Honey and Taraffords per aect security from serious effects of cold Chas 0 Davis DOOM OF CUBA LIBRE SOUNDED PALMA AND HIS CABINET OB STRUCT PEACE PLANS Their Resignation Invokes Occupation- and Possibly Annexation By the Unt d States Havana Sept 261t Is declared on very mgii ausiioiiy that American in tevanlicn M Ctba is certain Fur tree it is expected that the prcclama tion of iaici vcntionvill be issued from Oyster lay The conditions on the island are in a stiito of claoj- Practically the Gajan government has ceased to exist and all that prevents absolute anarchy is the fear ol the strong arm of the United States All the members of the cabinet and the heals of departments have pre seated their resignatlcns to President Patina He has accepted them but the cfilces will retain their positions until the resignation of the president has been presented to congress Senator OParrell secretary of state and jus tice said there probably would be a government by a commission appoint ed by the American government He mentioned Senor Barriero chief justice of the supreme court and Gen Mario Menocal as possible commis Joners Palma and Capote Resign Havana Sept 26 President To maso Palma and Vice President Ca pote of Cuba have resigned An extra session of the congress has eon called for Friday and their resig rations will then be accepted Affairs are critical Ialma is still in the palace where he will remain ill his resignation is accepted This it is believed will compel the United States to intervene with the armed forces Mendez Capote has been directed to advise Messrs Taft and Bacon that the moderates refuse the proffered terms Secretary Taft sent the writ ten conditions to Senor Mendez Ca pote as president of the moderate par ty for consideration by himself and Senor Dolz president of the senate The secretary urged Mendez Capote to give him an answer immediately Senator Zayas the liberal leader said that Monday there were nine points of difference between the lih erals and the American commissioners but he regarded these as being easily adjusted Tuesday morning Mr Taft revised the terms decided upon In order to meet the desires of the in surgents and Senor Zayas took the draft of them to the Presidio to be considered by the whole committee What Liberals Demand Tuesday afternoon Senor Zayas said that there were two main points upon which the liberals must insist one of them being a practical form far the dissolution of the armed forces and the other being general amnesty for all participants in the revolution President Roosevelt cabled Presi dent Palma appealing to the latters patriotism to accept the terms sug gested by Messrs Taft and Bacon as being the only conditions under which calm political conditions could be re letter sent by Messrs Taft and Bacon to President Palma and the members of the cabinet was lengthy and carefully and diplomatically worded with the Intention of arousing the Cuban presidents cooperation in a settlement on the terms suggested through appealing to his patriotism Besides setting forth the terms of the proposed agreement the commissioners expressed the warmest appreciation of President Palmas wellknown life ambition that Cuba continue an Independent republic and appealed to him to do all possible to aid the peace commissioners In carrying out the task set them by President Roosevelt Taft Is Disgusted Secretary of War Taft of the United States declared Tuesday night that the whole situation is disgusting and he has cabled to President Roosevelt to rush more warships and 1000 addi tional marines to the Island It is un derstood that no time will be lost in getting them here They will hold the ports till the soldiers can follow The latter It is understood are already designated and are only awaiting the signal to get in motion The only hope seems to lie In Tafts great diplomatic ability and the confi dence which he has inspired in the minds of the Cubans Secretary Taft places the whole blame practically on the Palma gov ernment which has refused absolutely to consider the compromise offered by the United States commissioners and which was accepted by the rebel leaders Has Palma Departed Key Westj Fla Sept 2GIt Is reported here that President Palma of Cuba has resigned and departed from C LIMagocn Quits Panama Panama Sept Charles E Ma goon the retiring American minister at Panama left here for Washington The press expressing public sentiment deplores the departure of Min ister Magoon and says he leaves behind him only friends Record of Killings Washington Sept 20 During the year ending June 30 1905 according to Interstate commerce statistics an average of 26 people were killed a day and 238 injured a day in railroads in the United States Total number kill ed 9703 injured 86008 Hannahan Defeated Sargent Milwaukee Sept 26Grand Master John J Hannahan of PeorIa lit was reelected by the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Firemen over Frank P Sar gent the vote being 355 to 290 The contest was spirited TO CURE A FELON says Sam Kendall of Phillipshurg Kansas lust cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the- Salvewill dQ the rest Quickest pure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet ard Sore eyes Only 25cat all drug stores guaranteed 0 XcaIA Bonftheii t of 4 jute tajtt About the only way that this administration will ever succeed in revising the tariff is likely to be in simplifying its spell- ingThroat1 Coughs A tickling in the throat j hoarseness attunes adeep breath irritates itthesea- reI features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptiveand cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed i membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the 1system j1Scotts Emulsioni- sr just such a remedy I It has wonderful healing powerqRemoves cause the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Strut New York soc and foo All druggists m11 Pains across tho small of the bat indicate something wrong with tli kidneys DeWilts Kidney an Bladder Pills will quickly bring n lief A weeks treatment for 2 cents Act on the liver too Sol by Chas C Davis AKD James the and mana ger both the for the has the and firm stand favor enforcement the laws the addressed audi ence 7000 with recep tion and was the guest honor Dollar dinner CURE COLD ONE DAY All refund the money fails cure signature box 2cts t J A all 1AllsalThis For to Our Shoe Our This the kind worn by George and Martha For STYLE und WEAR are Every has thename of HAMILTONBROWN them means Our of and we are selling same very low in and fit up your Girls Hats that come from Sons and will save money and be sure of the are selling for fun and not for profit The best 65 cents ack The facts in nutshell are buy of and be sure good goods for little money Space not permit tell all but you come in our store will by experi euce teach you that our goods means and good will for trade FKRUEGERSONS f Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million roses sold past months J iISKIDOOISept 5th IOommencing For the next twenty I will sell at cost and I 11 J groceriesCalicoesIoiieryand in the GoodsIline Special Sale Will sell them falliT r If you have the cash or produce get prices be such as you never of before liillllfo EIO CRED8T ON TH6SSALEre- spectfully I AC HIATT H KENTUCKY rw = Brodhead Graded School SNODGRASS A M Principal Session begins 3rd Offers in the school branches and in college preparatory work Bookkee Also course for teachers Tuition low For further address the Brodhead Ivy WtNCttttTM NUBLACK Powder Shoot Strong and Are Sure Fire Stand Reloading TheY Game For Sale POLITICS POLITICIANS Former Senator K Jones twice chairman National Democratic Committee of campaigns presidency J Bryan to Mr Bryan adyising him strongly to drop subject of Goverhment ownership of railroads to take a in of an of now on statute books W J Brvan an of people Tuesday at shook hands several hundred persons at a public of at a Democratic TO 1 IN Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui- NINE Tablets druggists if it to E W Groves is on each t HANDSOME SHOE leathers t Ladies Shoes is pair on stock LADIES HATS is at a price with F you latest styles we Flour at a a us to get does ns to if we buying peace at home Yours J Take in 12 This days intact Dry on below l these heard E common Music a Will Get The of of William written Atlanta which Come NEWS ITEMS It is now estimated that 5 Olives Were lost and 20000000 worth of property destroved by the typhoon at Hong Kong Reports of disasters at sea are constantly being received Some months ago Frank Ball a noted character of Bell county killed Jack Bolen Oa barber He was tried and given a life sentence from which he appealed and was sent to Richmond for safe keeping He escaped and went to the home of his father in West Virginia In August Sheriff Johnson and a posse from Bell county went after him Ball was taken and sent to Louis yule for safety but in the fight for his capture John Lee a friend of his was killed The West Virginia court has indicted the Sheriff for eIposseasacce5Sn J Agents Th- e11aiItollDroll SHOES Guaranteed give Satisfaction Gentlemens Washing uneqnaled stamped perfection complete Krueger GROCERIES youwill towardus To I Signature everything Clothing theywill I ATT Monday September thorough instruction Angand information Principal Loaded Black Shells Evenly Always Everywhere Sole Iw r3 fJlI Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 2Sc tntnunnnHntnnnnntt Willis Griffin PRACTICAL = iUNDERTAKER 3 2FUNERALI Mt Vernon Kv nogEdone Fine Hearse attached 5 OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled = Phone No 63 r 5 lU1UUllUU1U1LU1111Ul11UUUU11UtHUUI1UUHlU1UUU1Ulre JONAS McKENZIE COME COME E invite all to come andsee us At my store you I willalways find a andbI Notions p os CLOTHING aniI1 JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small xo mattter how large tiTMT 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 BFuuNiSH Asst Cash Fresh Meats Always on Hand J We foaive recently putin a large refrigerator and are prepared to furnish our customers freshmeats at all times Send us your orders y which will bye promptly filled ICE aways on hands for sale S B RAMSEY IN BASEMENT OPPOSITE COURT SOUSE MT VERNON SIGNAL M T VERNON KY SEP 28 1906 z whenjcute with SIGNAL 7Q 0 J R R TIME TABLE 22 north I24Pm 24 north 332 ami 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a mi TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Iostofiice as second elass moil matter PERSON A I John Cal er is here from Loui ville Charley Sympson is rapidly re coveringC Sutton will open a big store at Level Green U G Baker was in the city this week buying goods Quite a number from here will gc to Mammoth Cave Oct 5 Rev J C Carmical is very sick and his recovery very doubtful P H Shifts the Bromo mer chant is in Louisville buying goods Mr and Mss Speaker ofCinchi nati are guests of Dr and Mrs M L Myers Mrs Fannie Adams will spend month with her sister Mrs Jones- at Middlesboro Dr Joe Baugh of Londonspent several with Mr and Mrs G nMMr and Mrs Ab Sparks were guests of the family of W J Sparks first of this week Miss Mat Williams will leave iu a few dates for a months visit to Louisville and Somerset Mrs Allen Hiatt went to Louis yule Monday to visit her son Al bert who has a good position thereRev W L Brock stopped here Wednesday for a few hours on his return to the Bible College Loius ville pMissnext Friday for Cincinnati where she will enter the Conservatory of Music Mrs Lou Haul ware game yestert day and will go to housekeeping ill the property recently bought of Jo nas McKenzie Mrs Furgusou moved Wednes day to the property on Newcomb avenue which she bought from Luther Manus Jim Davis Q C conductor located at Somerset visited his sitter Mrs Booth Purcell and other relatives here this week Mis Frankie Gentry mothe of Messrs H C and G W Gentry fell Wednesday and fractured her hip She is about 85 years of age Mr and Mrs J W Hutcheson of Brodhead and H H Hutche son of Kirsyille Were guests of Cashier and Mrs M B Salin Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs A W Sowardof Bnrbourville and W H Carmical of Livingston were called here Wednesday on account of the serious illness of Rev J C Carmical who is suffering from heart trouble and in a very serious condition LOCAL Rev Warren of Barbourville will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning andevening J D Penmngton Co is the style of a merchandising firm just recently opening business three miles north of Wildie A full line of silk waits in all the new fall shades are to be semi my t store opposite court house Mt Vernon MRS CLEO BROWN NOTICE Anyone holding claims of any kind against the estate of William Leece deceased will please present same to me at once properly proven GRANVILLE LEECE Admr sep 24t- NOTICEMy handle mill at M Vernon will continue to run until Christmas All parties haying hickory suitable for handles which they desire tosell are requested to get it in by that time Mill will be moved January ist 1907 E T WHEELER Agent TurnerDay Woolworth Handle Company iKpi IFOR SAIE Several hundred 2 inch pipingJ ADAMS sep 28tf Mt Vernou Ky Walter ihe eleven Garold sop of Mr and Mrs J E Vowels of Louisville formerly of this place died last Friday as the result ofan operation for appendicitis George Owens is getting partial ly straightened in his monumental shop He has a few samples on hand and as soon as the building is completed will put in a full stock W A Carson recently finished bardoiliDormitory It was beautifully done and shows that Mr Carson is q lite an artist iubis line Mt Vernon is justly proud of this building which has been secuitil through the efforts of Miss Tayl th rrinclpal oJ the Brown Memo rial School The sad news reached here Mon day morning of the death of Mr M B De Board of Somerset a fur mer Rockcastle citizen Since August ist Mr DeBoard had been confined to his bed with typhoid fever He was a spledid citizen and will be greatly missed by his host of friends He leaves a wife and several children to mourn the loss of a devoted hush nd and ther The Boyle Couuty Herald vouch es for the following There must ic something new under the sun Rev B Helm has left at this office a bunch of oats which grew upon a cnrnstalk onjhe farm cf Mr W L Ualdwell on the Lebanon pike On the same stalk were grown five tine ears of corn each ofan entirely different variety This is no uncommon or unreasonable for well matured apples to appear on a common rose bush lit the yard of our townsman S N Davis there it common old wild rose bush which in the early spring bore its usual crop ofroses and later in the season there began to develop what has proven to he as well developed and matur edapples as we haye ever seen The following paragraph from the rules adopted by the Democratic State Executive Committee for holding the State Democratic to be held Nov 6th 1906 should be read carefully by every Democrat in the ounty It In said election any known Democrat who will be a legal vo er on the 6th day ot November 1906 who shall have registered as a Dmocrat where registration js required by law and who shall have voted for a Democratic nomi nee for Congress on November 6 1906 shall be entitled to vote in said primary and it shall be the duty of the judges of the election at each precicct to propound to the voter the question Have you nomineeivoter shall answer in the affirmative he shall be allowed to vote but if he answers in the negative he shall not be allowed to voie in said primary The resolution allowing young men who will be legal vo ters November 6 1907 to vote in said primary is in conflict with the statutes and should be rescinded To MAMMOTH CAVE Never be fore was such a low rate offered lo the people of Rockcastle to visit the Mammoth Cave oue of the great wonders of the world This excursion will leave on the early train Friday morning Oct 5tha special coach being attachedat Liv ingston and going direct to the Cave no change or layover being necessary The cost oftbe tri will bq 9 35 no more and no less This amout will pay the railroad fare for the round trip also your board and rooms at the M ammoth Cave Hotel from arrival at noon for dinner until after dinner the following day also including the long and short route trips in cave lights and guide fees Ticket- with coupons v attached specifying the above service will be on sale at Livingston Mt Vernon and Brod head A special program has been arrranged for those who take ad vantage of this golden opportunity to see what others travel witconcert on Echo Efyer 50 voicesMy Old Kentuck Home To conclude with a grand display of fireworks Those who expect to go are re quested to nojffy the local ticket agent at once so that ample tfw can be had for arrangements fo the comfort and pleasure of the party 1 FOR SALE Several hundred feet of 2 inch pipingKT T ADAMS sep 8tf Mt Vernon Ky To THK DEMOCRATS October 2nd is registration dpy for the two Mt Veruon precincts Brodhead and Livingstons Every DCIlucntt should be sure to register fbr un less you register you can nut vote in the Congressional race nail IaI less you vote in Congressional race you cannot vote in the primary tor U S LSenator and the different State officers John H Sparks S iow was here Tuesday For twelve years Sparks show has been coming to Mt Vernon and each succeeding year has shown a marked improvement First it came as wagon show later- a a railroad show with twoer tbn e cars and the last time with eight or ten cars It is one of the best aid cleanest shows on 1he load and one that we can truthfully say to the public is worthy of their pat lonage The remains of Mr J M Cook aged 48 who was killed in the Jel lico disaster on last Friday morn ing were brought here on the ear ly train Sunday morning and taken to the home of Mr and Ms G M Ballard At ten oclock the fu neral was preached in the Chris tian church by Rev Shearer of Jellico pastor of the Christian church at that place of which Mr Cook was one of the most devout members after which the burial took place in the Mt Vernon cem etery the Masonic order of which be had been an honored member for years being in charge A large concourse of weeping friends and relatives followed the remains to Cookewas a son of the late M J Cook of this county but for many years had been located at Jellico as the master mechanic for the L N R R and no employee iu the serv of that great corporation was held in higher esteem than he The de ceased was a Royal Arch mason and Maccabee carying a 2000 policy of insurance in the latter or ganization Many years ago Mr Cook was married to tavina Lang ford and to this union were born six chidren four sons and two daughters all of whom are still liv ing A relative who has often vis ited at thw home of Mr and Mrs Cook told us that it was the happiest family he had ever seen Death is sad in any form but sadder still when it comes as it did in this case and when least expected We ex tend to the heartbroken family our sympath in this hour of great be reavement The County Board of Election Commissioners for Rockcastlecoun ty met in the law office of W Brown on the iglh of September 1906 and appointed the following precinct election officers for the ensuing yearS Precinct No i E Mt Vernon J W Marler R D C Poynter D Judges W T Davis R Clerk W A Cox D Sheriff Precinct No2 W Mt Vernon Sam Davis R and William Hy singer Judges Willis Adams D Clerk Neal Parrett Rt Sheriff Precinct NO3 Roundstone William Wood R and D C Pull ins Judges Bogie Phillips R Clerk T J Hays D Sheriff Precinct NO4 Scaffofd Cane R A Swiuford R and Thos Bull Ai D Judges John Todd Rt Sheriff Thos Stewart D Clerk Precinct No5 Crooked Creek Conley Hale R and Owen Allen D Judges C C Clark R Clerk SheriffpPrecinct No6 Orlando John Gri4er R and John B Owens D Judges Willis Johnson R Sheriff Chas Riddle D Clerk Precinct No 7 Livingston Sam Ward R an 1 John Walton D Judges Jacob Sambrook R Clerk J S Caloway D Sheriff3 sPrecinct No 8 Walnut Grove E N Whitaker R and John Bib bard D Judges J F Niccley R Sheriff Joe W Renner D Clerk Precinct No 9 Browns E Bull DvClerkdPrecinct No IP Brpdhead Geo W Thompson R and B A toeA4 flIClerk PrecinctNo II POwersJ R fiallinger R and John Phillips SrD judges Joe Wilson R SheYi gtinuvJo t i LEVEL GREEN Not having seen a letter from this section of late we shall try to give a few of the happenings of the Holler people are generally uy IThtheir fodder and de4Ma e making is the htdav for the young folks that is eating skim miu Vlullms who has fortlive weeks is imp uviul On ac count of so much rain there has been a great deal of sickness of late in our community Tony Hatcher who has been confined to his bed for six weeks at Lebanon Junction with typhoid fever 15able to be with homefolks at this placeM B DeBord late tof Somerset lut formerly of Level Green died from typhoid fever at his home Sunday morning and interred in the Mt Plea ant Cemetery Monday after a beautiful talk by Rev Huey of Somerset James Martin is conducting a singing school at Mt Pleasant for the benefit of those who desire to become good singers Enoch Hammock who has been sick for some time remains about the sameO J Mullius was in Lancaster this week selling mules and horses Mr Mullins purchased of J M Craig a span of thre year old mules Red as he s more familiarly known is hecom inpouitea traderC D Sutto of Mt Vernon will put in a line 01 general merchandise placerand commence selling by Oct 15 A store is badly needed at this place and everyone is pleased to learn that Mr Sutton intends putting in the goodsMisses Mag gie Hamlin Mae Brown and Mrs Lora Brown visited at J F McI Quarys Sunday They report a pleasant time especiall the melons which they enjoyed so highlyT- J Brown has given up his schoolI for the purpose of going to Colora do for his health There were few people rom here attended the cir cus TuesdayMr J J DeBoarc is having considerable work don on his houses in the way of remod Iling and building additions 1oyqtJBaRing Powder Pure A wholesomecream oftartar baking powder Makes the finest lightest best flavored biscuit hotbreads cake and pastry r Alum and alumphosphate pow tiers are injurious Do not use them Examine the label oooooq ooo FALL OPENING g Saturday OCT61 s THE STYLES ARE CHANGED r YOU WANT THE WTIfl LATESTg 1 HAVE IT AITr THE lr 0Fashionable Shades AND t J gDesgnsIn 4ilVJ1JJ1Ilery Mrs mimmV to YEltNONI 6 rf f NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS LABEL THE COLLAR Iyrfrrsj 3H I AAAAAAAA VWVXA SfflEID B AAAAAAA WELL m r I Your doing Costs Nothing H you buy the Shild Brand compared to the cost of inferior made garments at a like or even higher price claim ed to be as good EVERY SUIT 6UARJUITEED i IF1 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 t overlook the fact that Star Brand Shoes Are Better and we know that you will be satisfied with the fit and style these Shoes have to them li IHere are a few of the many beautiful styles we are showing THE PLANET I SHOE For Men Has no equnl It is made of the hest stock of Patent Vici with fancy undressed kid top highIIr i dress well i This line of Shoes is made of the Best Box Calf aiid asa as a glove will wear long to suit you no matter how much you kick 500 Our Family ShoesI For All the Family strong sturdy battleshipCOllI fortable They enough ISTARMens 300 Missess 1 50 Ladies 200 Childs 1 25 Star on the insures Y our protection u Make My Sto er Your Headquarters While irt Towni iiiIt c r VACATION For your summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool and invigorating climate magnificent mountain scenery and pictur eqe Isummer resorts which are located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic excursiontickets are on sale during the sum mer months via these lines to a 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 ce tours through the Rocky mountains oue of which is the fa mous 1000 mile tour for 2800 which comprises more noted scei ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reservations Durango Mancos Canon Rico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani- mas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim irron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trio can Ie comfortably made in five days bit at least ten days should be devcttd to it so that oue may view at lei ure 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 beau tifully illustrated booklets free S K Hooper G P T A A LESSON IN HEALTH Healthy kidneys filter the impu unlessIole Foleys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively ure 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 North ern Louisiana is the fact that clear ed land rents for 5 per acre cask andcan be bought for 750 t 15 per acre It costs 6 to 10 am 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 cjunts for its high rental valu Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtables 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 growingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 pek acreThe new White River 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 Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month te 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 PasseD er Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Passenger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo CLUBING OFFER Until further notice we will furnish the Signal and Weekly Courier Journal for 150 a year or the Signal and Louisville Herald Daily for 2 oo Cash must accompany all orders under this arrangement 4 Kodol for Dyspepsia Digests youat KILLTHaCOUCHANI CURE THE sutra KingNeOisc FORONSUMPTION lie FTrIII Price silt i I WTS01TLam or sIOL OTTAWA Wheat sowing and corn cutting is the order of the dayW C Thompson will return to Indiana in about two weeks where he has been located for the past four years J J Cash of near here contem plates going to Lexington in the near future to make his home George Burke who had q severe cut on the foot is able to be out ajan Arch Hayes is on the sick listArth Albright has been at Velborn the past week attending the bedside of his sister who has typhoid fever Larkin Hix has moved into the residence vacated- b Mr Biougho The Union school taught by E R Gentry is progressing nicely There will be a big singing at Capps Grove Sun day Everybody go and take a basket of dinner Thomas Burke is doing some fence repairing for W T BrownMrs Lynda Al pright is very sick this v ekW- P Hayes has had some repairing done on his house Mrs Albert Albrigh is on the SiCK list WAS A VERY SICK BOY BUT CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHCUA REMEDY When my boy was two years old he had a severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dia rrhoea Remedy we brought him out allright says Maggie Hickok of Midland Mich This remedy can he depended upon in thmost severe cases Even cholera infantum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is cer taiu For sale by Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon WANTED By Chicago wholesale and mail order house assitant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permnnent Fi invest men or experience requir ed Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars anden close selladdressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St Chicago Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etcIAll kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN CIJItES REiiUIITISMLUMBASG NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE taken internally rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally Jt affords almost stant relief from rain while a permanent euro Is being effects by purifying the blood dissolrlnir rnj poisonous substance and removing it rom the system DRSn GLAND- Of Brewton Ga writes bad liccn r jufferer for a number ot y tnwith Lumhf and BheumatlBm In icy armi andlegb1uc tried all the remedies that I could Katber trom roodlcal work and alio conroltod with a number of best bIonrinothing that the relief reicr1be1t1nXn7pracUOOfor FRE EIf you are suffering vth Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Troable or any kin dred disease write to us for a trial bottle of iDROPS and test it yourself 5DROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring adrug habit as It is entirely freo of opium cocaine similaringredientsLarjszekZeupRPeweeR MM SLUG rugg1st SWAISON IMEMAT1C IORECOMPAI- YBept80 1e Lske Btreet OUoaRo XJU2 co oog OSCQ tn taocctni uuft sf- BVi A3NOH UI1VXV1 SAQ3N dflA H1fl03 3AUVXQVWNIZII1Q31LL ayPc J UNION SERVICES There will be union song and praise services held t at Capps l Grove near Hiatts store Sunday Sept 30th beginning at to A M 1ICapps and W A Johnson 3 Song 4 Address of welcome b M G Fish 5 SongS6 Response by Rev Mtcalf 7 Song 8 Address by Rev W H Durham 10 Song Adiouin for dinner II Song 12 Address by Rev J A Say ers 13 Singing by classes Everybody come and bring full basketsAll different singing choirs are cordially invited to come 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 interferedwith 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 case Fortunately I insisted uponI having Foleys Honey and the yellow package and it quickly cured me My wife las since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success Chas C DAvis LAND STOCK ANI CROP STRAYEDA pale red yearling heifer dehorned witn a liltle brindle on side weighed about 400 pound when she left two months M Liberal reward for her ret ira J W PARSONS Aug 3151 Mt Vernon Ky The local option election in Woodford county resulted in a ma jority of 633 votes for prohihtion EXCURSION 411 T04lf Mammoth Cave Oct 5th 935 Round Trip On Regular TrainLeavi- ngLivingston 305 A M MtVemon332 A M Brodhead 347 A M This amount pays the Railroad fare also board at the Cave ho tel from arrival for din ner until after dinner the following day also long and short routes in the Cave SEE L SN AGENT THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In systembowels A certain relief for croup and whoopJngcoueh Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiales Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates The Red Clover Bios som and the Honey Bee nellotUO Tie arkReildtnt KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONE TARRzp- ARSaf vss I D0WITT A CO CHICAQO ua A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS i li THE LANDIDATK6- Atmidnight Friday was the Jasi dayfqr the announcements for ca didates for the Democratic State primaryj They have until October fst topnt their money up however a id several of them may drupoii thenTh following are now tin caJtcIi ate For United tates Senator James B McCreary and J C W BckhainSFor GoveriiorS W Hager and N B Hayes For Lieutenant GovernorSoutb Trimble For Attorney GneralLil1ard- H Carter and J K Henclrcks For AuditorHenry B Hin s and Henry M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Lafoon and Tune Gayle For Superinendent of Public Instruction E A Gillion and M O WinfreyFor of the Court of Ap peals John B Chenault and W B Connell Commissioner of Agricultuie IFor Newman and R C Cren shaw When you have a cold it is well- to be very careful about using any constipationI Kennedys Laxative Honev and Tar which stops the cough and ChasIYork State signed a petition to Gov Higgins asking for a more thorough investigation into the cast of Albert T Patrick the al leged murderer of William Marsh Rice CHAMBERLAINS PAIN BALM This is a liniment remarkable for its gl eat power over pain It quicklv alas cheexerudaiii g pain f rheumatism and makes sltep and rest pnssiblr For salt Sy Chas C Davis the leading druggist in Mt Vernon Kv IRocKSTLE Real Estate Co YEUNUN KY IIUl 0 iThii farm qL3E nealIfarms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of Ibis health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three honses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 4180 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 FARM 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 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a NO iD Thrai tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are locate near the resi dences of oorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot toni land and a good part of it is upland but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 prare One thirdcash the balance in one and two years Everybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With kissy places pn her neck and dimple on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweet now shes well again You know what you are giving your babv when you use Casca sweet The ingredients are on everv bottle Contains no opiates For lo s s of sleep A vegetable corrective fOVtht bowels Sold by Chas C Davis FOLEYS CURELany case Kidney or notIcine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 5oand 100 Bottle foREFUSE SUBSTITUTES f CHAS Co DAViS t I Pale Thin- Nervous Then your bloorj must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take iiAyers Sarsaparilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicineT- his the first question your doctor would ask Areyour bowel regular He knows that daily action of the lwol absolutely essential to recovery Keep your liver active and your bowels regularby taking laxative doses of Ayers Pills lA Made i11Allol tjers VIGORII We have no Beerots We publish the formulas of all our snedcln- esWANTEDSchool Jihavingnew attractive prop sition 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 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 Rewrites They keep my family in splendid health Quickcure for headache constipatidn and BilI- ousness 25c guaranteed at all d storesSTEVENS NWHEN YOuJ SHOOT You want to HIT what you are aiming at be it bird beast or target Make your shots count by shooting the STEVENS For years STEVENS ARMS have carried PREMIER HONORS for CURACY Our line IIIdirect res prpid receiptofcataloprke aluale ofreer presnt and nn willIJ Stevens Arms Tool Con P Box 4096 CHICOPEE FALLS MASS U s A rodhead Marbk Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ATBRIGHT Manager ff b tewartL Iron I lihmll Fence Cheaper than wood Will last a lifetime Highlit Jt 1d AR1 CINCINNATI O Qitt oatojlofreC11 see H AN IDEA- LVACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONEPARK PEKSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Mani RiyerCanoijSprings Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 65 DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost f Trip- tI I Expense of ati ordinary trip of tiiis naturehas been fully considered and minimized so as to jpe within easy read of all l S1e p rs Will leave Louisville tyijirk o j July 25th- ForjliLparticularsWrite feoy Barrer Avenue Louisville GAULEY Mrs Bettie Wolfe and children ot London visited relatives and friends here this weekRev D Parker filled his regular appoint ment at Corinth church Saturday a d SundayMr Sam Miler and tarnilv of Corbinvafe visiting Mrs Elizabeth Drew this week Mr Ned McDonald tipd Miss Grace Drew were quietly manied last Thursday at uncle Elisha Mul lins Rev D Parker officiating Mr Jack Mullins is moving to Corbin this weekQuite a crowd attended jreaching at the Sams school house last SundayAunt Cynthia Brummett who has been sick nearly ail summer visited her daughtec Mrs F M Ponder lost FridayMr Jesse McDaniel visit ed relatives at Altanont Saturday and SundayW H Ponder at tended the show at Mt Vernon TuesdayFarmers are busy sav ing fodder Delbert Moberly has made a new fljing dutchman weich lis very attractive to the young people of this community When two strong nien come to blows even if they are welt 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 Goo for everything a salve is used for including piles Sold by Chas C Davis ADJOINING COUTNIES Nicholasville voted not to have saloons the Prohibitionist winning bya majority of only eighteen votes Women served cuilee a the polls and held prayer meeting for the success of the anti saloon movemerat Three men were arrested at Lan caster charged with murder andar son in connection with the burning of Bud Caseys home Casey and a friend were found dead in the fLe In these days of rush and hum courtesy is often lot gotten In th mad pell inch rush of our life little things are done to offend that we ra her remain undone A hastih eaten meal and its resultant head ache may cause us social or finan cial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of hs sort hy a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what yon eat and puts vour stomach back intbshaptf Sold by Chas C Davis John Torrey Morse the oldest graduate of Harvaid Universit and sole survivor of the classJ 1832 died in Bsston Mr Morse was ninetythree years ofage A bath cleanses the skin and rid the pores of refuse A bath makes izetishipNotoody be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this au DeWitts Little Early Risers Plea ant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by Chas C Davis W Aa OARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALL PAPER noonM- OUIJDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you ali estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERSDentist Mt Vernon K- FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Olr Main St known as the C C Wii Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAf every MONDAY LC WIlliams SATrORNEVATLAW MT VERNON KY t rQFFICE On ard floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church givertt9 5PhoneNbRoS 3 C McGLARY Undertaker EmbalmerS Eoraulet f I I o 0 LINE ofCaskets Robes c Ordeis by ed Telephone attehr ttStanford K tJ it Lig IAsv- ASsimilaling lheocduidPcgula PreparationforAs tin theStomachs ndBowels of IIPromotes rigCstionCheerrut rnessandRestContains neithel 0piumMolpl1ine nor1oIinerpl eOTNARCOTIC01412QoEZ VEl PumJan JaIl- AxSHlIJa BtctaUfSfllt Anise SNd IttBl fAr6mzakfctfa + II Sml forConslipalion Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss or SLEEP FacSimile Sgnalure or NEW YOTK EXACT COPY WRAPPER A all La z I To have a home you must have as they are great If a weak woman you made to bear with little pain or to It will away all your pain reduce Inflam etc and make natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US LETTER freely and frankly telling us your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address ChattanoogaMedidne ilFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have BoughtR I Bears the Signathreof 11 Use FH Over Tnry Years A Happy Home happy children happyhome makers can be strong enough healthy children discomfort yourself by taking IWINE CSTOR1A iSTRIAS CARDUII Womans Relief ease fallingwombovarianchildbirth UDUE TO CAHDUI and nothing else is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely SOUTHWESTThe Land of BIC CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you limiting as much tryour larra syou oughto Uuubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It Mkes too much money to buy a big farm and so you are trying to make living on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a nod share of whai yen raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go here the price of good land is so litrje that you can own a big farm payingThere are thousands of acres of fertile lagd in the Southwest along he line of the Cotton Belt Route that can he bought for from 3 to 10 in acre This mutt is increasing in value each vear SEE TilE SOUTHWEST AT SMALL COST A trip to the Southwest woul convince your best interests lay in set undhirdratestopoverswillin Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full information about costs of tickets etc CBARRY T P A Cottoi Belt Route 82 Todd Bldg LouisvilleKyS IDYLWiLD THE BEST PLACEIN ROGKCASTLE TO BUY Drugp Stationey Cigc1 Tobccop paint Oil arid Patent Medicinex Diseases of Children A SpeeWf S C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY 3e3C I GRANVILLEjOWENS I 1 UNDERTAKER I J Brodhead Ky I 1 COMPLETE LINE Coffins jCaskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled Q d r f7P f o I iZvs 1 tl 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