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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ft Ll f t 2 11 Published Every Friday tt a dUn TjetnflntVOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 5 HH16 NUMBER 2 U j xcx I A Few Reasons Why YOU Jii W Fist e carry the largf West andmost uptodate Stock f of General Merchandise ever fshown in Rockcastle one from which you can always SAJ f get anything you want g W at any time and we are conf desirafTAVfble things from every quarter of the earth Second In the words of the f g goodold son of Ireland we do f not wish to cl ate or jbe chif- S ed but always endeavor to sere Yt that our customers receive fair ftreatment We believe this isf f the only method upon which 4 5 business should be conducted K andstrive to carry it into oursf Third We carry the best g goods in all Hues that are to be J WI had such as K KJ Clothing gi Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats f fOliver Chilled Plows and Oldh Hickory Wagons made inW our own country fw- g Our buyer is at present in- K the East gathering in all the r good things for the Falland Winter This Fall finds us bet 1 gter prepared to take care ofour giprices in reason four motto u Live and Let Live f f Helpus to make this year our banner year We5d scratch your back ifyou scratch fours 1 f Did you know you could get f the best Calico made for 412 c yc3f tJ I t J kt Ii INTERESTING STATE NEWS FINGERS CLUTCHED LIMB So Tight That They Had to be Cut Open by His Rescuer Harrodsburg Kyoscar Lewis a farmer was drowned and Miller Burch his neighbor had a thrilling experience while going home from this place The men were in a twohorse wagon and attempted to ford Three uick Creek which was swollen by an ailday rain They drove Into the waver and before they realized it the aorses were washed off their feet and the wagon upset Lewis was caught ander the wagon bed and together with the struggling team was rushed downstream They were found by a searching party a half mile below the ford Lewis and the horse were dead but the mule had managed to keep hit tread above water although nearly lead He was cut loose from the har ness and rescued by Frank Votuw who swam out in the stream with a knife in his teeth When the wagon upset Burch who did not know how to swim was swept out on the cur rent but managed to grab a small limb The supple limb bent and curved with the weight of his body and as the raging water rushed by he was plunged up and down In the flood bul Ihough almost fainting he kept his old He called for help with all the breath that was left in him but It was three hours before aid reached him Neighbors finally came to the cene and Charles Shelton volunteered to go to the rescue Burch was almost frozen from being in the water so many hours and his hands were so stjrf from his desperate clutch on the limb that his fingers had to be pried open by his rescuer BANKER SELECTED As President of Kentucky Christian Missionary Society Louisville KrThe session of the Christian church convention was pre sided over by Rev H C Garrison of Danville and officers were elected as follows B 11 Arnctt a banker of Xicholasville president cf the Chris tian Missionary society over Rev Ca ry E Morgan of Paris Rev G K Marshall of Richmond vice president Bruce W Trimble of ML Sterling sec retary The following were chosen tc fill vacancies on the State Sunday school board J S Carpenter George H1kItenofficers of the State Sundayschool so cieIywere elected Hume Logan president J K Bcndurant of Padr can vice president William Hinton c second vice president C E Tate o Stanford third vice president RISimpson of Lexington secretary The convention unanimously adopted are port of the State Bible school commit tee that onetenth of the collections of the Bible schools throughout the stile be devoted to support of the Louisville Christian Orphans home- CONTINENTAL GIVES UP And Will Pay 12758112 Back Taxes to Louisville Louisville KyThe Continental Tobacco Co through its attorney Charles H Gibson advised City Attor ney Richards that it would pay into the city treasury 12758112 on ac count of back taxes for the years 1900 to 1904 Inclusivefive years The Continental Co resisted the payment of city taxes on the ground that when they absorbed the TTinzer Doerhoef1 fer Weissinger and they were a new concern and under a city ordinance granting new concerns five years exemption they claimed they are not liable The city attorney resisted this claim and the case has been in litigation for the past two court of appeals a few days ago held that the plants absorbed were not new concerns and were liable for city taxes The victory of the city attorney in this case settles a largo num her of other cases pending and the city will realize a large amount of revenue from this source J In a Pistol Duel Louisville Kn a pistol duel be tweed John Smith known as Boob and Melvin Butler In the saloon of Mrs Hattie Quinn Butler was per haps fatally shot and George A Jones a printer said to be an innocent spec tator received a bullet In the shoulder The trouble between Smith and Butler Is said to have arisen over a woman Big Tobacco Barn Burned Mt Sterling KyThe large tobac co barn on J M Blgstaffs farm near Springneid was burned to the ground with about five thousand pounds of tobacco The loss will be 1500 with no Insurance The fire was caused by efforts to cure tobacco by burning charcoal To Petition For Pardon Sergent KyA petition Is being cir culated here asking Gov Beckham to pardon young Willie Haynes who re ceived a two years sentence in the penitentiary for complicity in the murder of Deputy Sheriff James M Day two years ago ShotHlmlieffThrough Heart Greenup Ky Frank Marshall a farmer in Coal Branch shot himself through the heart in the same room with his wife who is dying pt consijmpV Jon Marshall came here from Elliott county a year ago ILUMBER DRIVER HisIdrives for the Covington Lumber Co heavyhialongthethe head and robbed of 2 and a gold watch and chain by the negro who left him for dead on the railroad track He lives two miles west of Covington on the Madison pike and about 20 min utes after he was assailed he tame to and remembering that the fast train dra9gedtime to escape death from the train that passed He went to Winschers saloon on Main street Latonia where he presented a frightful spectacle His head was badly lacerated and bruised and his body was badly beaten The Covington police were notified and given a description of the negro who wore blue overalls He was then removed to his home The Injured man is 53 and the father of a family BY A LARGE MAJORITY Kentucky Policy Holders Decide to Support International Ticket Lexington KA large meeting of the policy holders of the New York Life and the Mutual Life Insurance companies was held in this city Rep resentative men from all parts of Cen tral Kentucky were present Henry R Prewltt state insurance commis stoner delivered an address He ad rotated the appointment of a commit tee to confer with the committees of other states and if necessary visit New Yoik and then report to the Kentucky policy holders After much dis cussion the meeting decided by a large majority to support the tickets selected by the International policy holders committee and to recommend that all Kentucky policy holders do likewise A committee of five was appointed tc propose plans for permanent organiza tion and to report at the meeting tc be held October 12 HIS HANDS Streaming With His Playmates Blood Seven YearOld Ran For Doctor tMalloyihwas fatally shot 6ya nlle in the hands of sevenyearold William Hangaian son of John Haiighian The boys were examining the weapon in a stable and tried to put It back in the box where they found it The hammer hit hj side of the box and the charge struck Mussel Malloys right side below his neck breaking the collar bone Y our Hanghiah tried to stop the blool wit his hands and falling ran from one office to another for a doctor with tic blood of his playmate streaming from his hands Learning that the Mallov hoy would die he tried to cut Irs threat with a knife saying If Ru sell dies want to die too Tile chIl- dren had been inseparable JUMPED From Their Train and the Engineer and Fireman Rescued the Babe Lexington KYEngineer H C Lon and Fireman J D Crane in charge r a westbound freight train on the Ones aI1ealeOhlo road were the fierce in a thrilling rescue near Olive Hll Ky which will entitle them to a Cat negie medal as a reward As the train rounded a curve they noticed a 3year old baby girl on the track and siml taneously each man sprang from the window of the cab and started to the front of the engine to save the chiLi Engineer Long realizing that It woul be impossible to stop the fast movie and heavily laden train Both men reached the cowcatcher about the sann tithe and the engineer uht the babj in time to save its life Bought a Water Works Lexington Ky John A Geary c this city purchased the water works plant at Harrodsburg Ky at a rcr ceivers sale for 30000 Continued litigation between the water worUJ company of Harrodsburg tied jip teplant for some time Thomas at L xn Lexington KyA L toninoted trotting horse recently expelleJ from the trotting turf at Syracuse arrived here to attend the local mooting and look after h1i horses which are now in the Hands of other trainers Franklin Votes Dry Franklin KyA county unit local option election was held The Worn Pans Christian Temperance union held an allday prayer meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Every precinct voted dry except Sunny Side Shot in the Top of the Head Frankfort Ky While a crowd of young men were shooting at a target near the Cedar Run distillery Henry Ledridge 25 was shot in thep of tho head with a 22 bullet which penetrated the skull He is unconscious and physicians think he will die Burglars Invaded House Tkfaysville KyThe residence of john Brodtt in this county was robbed of about worth of silverware Every lock in the house was broken In search for money Mn and Mrs Brodt are now visiting ing Cincinnati fI qATO t= ell8UI 7 KiRfyoJMa alsMt t Yf ALtJLf THE MOBILE OFFICERS I VAS THE ENRAGED MOB E2NT ON LYNCHING THE NEGRO Cut a Special Policeman Was Fatally Shot and An Alderman Injured- in the Ensuing Riot Mobile Ala Oct 3Roy Hoyle a special officer of the Mobile Ohio railroad and one of the most widely known and bestliked men in this vi cinity was fatally shot and Alder man Sidney Lyons chairman of the city council of Mobile was slightly wounded in the head during a fight at the county jail between deputy sheriffs and a crowd of men determined to capture Dick Robinson a young negro The mob is still hunting the negro and will lynch him if captured He is only 17 years of age and was said toI be wearing his first long trousers He daughterabout three miles from here The girl was passing a secluded spot not far from her home when the assault took place Later she was found lying in conscious by the roadside and was taken to her home Detectives were placed on the track of the negro and within three hours he was captured When found he han substituted his short pants for the dayHegirl who at once identified him Dep uty Sheriff Patch knowing that the life of the negro would be taken by a mob if he brought him into the city caused him to be conveyed to a station several miles up the Mobile Ohio railroad He was not taken to the jail at all and was at least eight mile from the city vhen the mob bent on lynching him approached the building Epidemic of Assaults There have been several assaults upon white women within the last few weeks and the news of this latest out rage caused intense wrath and excIte- ment Sheriff Powers met the leaders of the mob and informed them that the man they were seeking was not in th jail and had never been brought there He offered to let anybody whom he jailtostatement About 40 men walked through the corridors some of them returning and assured the members of the mob that the man was not there While several men Including Hoyle and Lyons were still in the jail a portion of the crowd led by a tall raw boned man whose name is not known seized a telephone pole and dashed it against the closed part ola double door onehalf of which was open The door fell with a crash and almost stantly a shot came from arevolver in tIwIcommenced a fusillade and about a dozen revolver snots were fired and then came several shots from a rifle held in the hands of a man who leveled it above his head and worked it vigorously while holding it in that po more than a dozen men took part in the firing and as the shot rant out there was a stampede on the part of the crowd The mob was widely scattered and in a few seconds Alder man Lyons who had been on the in side of the jail came out and holding up his hands from which the blood was streaming announced that he had been shot and that Roy Hoyle had received a bullet through the left lung Roy Hoyle the special policeman who was shot during an assault of the mob on the jail in search of a negro fiend is dead The mob failed to find the negro PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Declares Design To Annex the Cuban Island Is Far From Him Washington Oct 3 President Roosevelt discussed freely with his cabinet and with individual callers among whom were Senators Knox and Foraker the present situation in Cuba He said that the action taken was des tined solely for the benefit of the people of the island with a view to the complete restoration of order there and the protection of all interests He declared that he had no such motive in view as the possible annexation of the government of the island by the United States What he wanted now was that the Cubans should be given another chance at selfgovernment Unless extraordinary conditions arise no extra session of congress will be called to deal with the Cuban situation as the president considers he has ample authority to proceed in the matter It seems to be well settled that former Gov Chas E Magoon of the Panama Canal Zone who has just returned from Panama will be appointed governor of the provisional regime of Cuba in succession tb Secretary Talk Mistaken For a Burglar Oklahoma City Okla Oct ICraz- ed from liquor John F Noble of Mem phis Tenn fired six shots into a crowd of men in a saloon here fatally wound ing Geo Williams a butcher and dan gerously wounding John Thompson a painter Noble was arrested Speedj deg partmentha9rec a Ir pot of a trial trip of the cruiser Cincinnati while on her way from Shanghai to CJhefoo Her average speed Was 164 knots an hour but she reported a max mums speed of 192 knots Mistaken For a Burglar Philadelphia Oct 3 Mistaken fora burglar Thomas Hudson abed fa years ot 2227 Tasker street this city was shoby Robert Stanton aged 18 arsa neighbor and sor seriously Wounded that he died +ole y sK dney Cute will cure casevqf Kidney trouble that is tan t beyond medical aid t IIL dhfL i 17 BRODHEAD ExSenator Geo T Farris of Lancaster as sere Monday and Tuesday talking in the interest of Hon J B McCreary Mis Eliza Pike left today for an ext nded visit tr Gravel Switch aid Lelnnon Junction Kals Wilmctt has re tuaned to Lebanon Juneimn after spending a week with hornfolks1 W H Anderson one of tie Ns cleverest operators spent a few days of this week with i arents hereC H Frith one ofour most enterpi ising mercha ts was in Louisville Tuesday and Wed nesday buying goods The protracted meeting at the- M E Church dosed last F iturdayl night with sveral addition i Jno D Pike of Lebaon JunctionI spent Muudand homeThe ccub as come ard gone and that is all we can say for itManly C Albright spent Sunday in Mt Vernon the guest of F L Thompson Mrs Mattie L D irham is another added to our sick list for this week Ed Owens Chas Lawrence Walter Robbins Robert Hicks and Pink Yaden were nil at home Sunday from LouisvilleJack Leece John Houk and Clarence Schaffcr ate iu Peusaccla Florida having gone there to help erect trusties which were washed out in the re cent Gulf stormTrain Dispatcher Nabors was down from Living ston Tuesday night to hear the ad dress of ExSenator C C Sutton V S Martin and W J Owens were in Stanford Monday on bus- inessW H Bentou was down from Livingston Tuesday to regis terC W Smith of Kirksville is here assisting in the bank in the absence of Assistant Cashier A C McClary who is in Rickmond Rev A J Pike is holding a pro KYIMissis vising her sister Miss Nola atlMrs ClarksDr A D our dentist still continues very low of typhoid feverF L Thompsor Irof Mt Vernon was down Wed nesday attending the bigshowI Jas White of Stanford attended he circus here WednesrhOraL- awrance K B Brakeman of anon Junction was it hou WedllesI- day to see Mcl oriild Bros show DANGR FROM THE EL GUE Theres great danger how the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless yon take ConISt1l1ption George Walls ot Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people hviug in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures Lagrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds soc and 100 guaranteed by all druggist Trial bottle free- POLITI J S AN D POLITICIANS The Democratic handbook for the 1906 congressional campaign was issued at the headquarters in Washington Tuesday The book is replete with indictments of the acts of the present Administration deal ing especially with the faults of the Republican tariff policy A YOUNG MOTHR AT 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years ofintense suffering from dyspepsia hadentirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have corn pletely cured her and restored the strength and activity she hadin the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restorative mediceon the globe Sets Stomach Diver and Kidueysright purifies the blood and cures malaria billiousness and weakness Wonderfulnervetonic- Price Soc Guaranteed by all druggists Almost the entire village of Northport Mich was wiped out by fire last WedtieseaYThe estimated loss exceeds 50 000 A G AtJRANTKBP CilRE FOR PltKS Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz dtQre und m neYif PAzp PINT MENTfails t5 cure in 6 to 14 days 5 t i1 JAN EDUCATIONAL QUESTION While education is not everything yet for a child from his 6th to his 20th year it should ba one of the two vital concerns of his life The parent dos only a simple du inIhis childs education And that heImakes it easy for his chid tJ ac quire an education As in everyjthing else so in edeucation od defective methods are being re placed by the new and better ways And years are being added to life by giving children in six years what it took their parents twelve yeara to acquire by the old meth rIandIment No special classification grading a few pupils in different subjects forming separate classes thus multiplying classes and each going without any reference to studies which should go together in groupsThe better way is now being adoptedeven in the common schools It grades the pupils works progress and stops the year ly doubling back over the same studies I believe there ought to be more graded common schools and I believe there will be as soon as the citizens see the advantages they will bring I wish to mention a few of the advantages of graded schools taken from teachers of authority I They save labor 2 They are more economical 3 They are productive of better teach no 4 They are more easily governed 5TheY prompt the ambitio i of pupils 6 They furnish educa tion in the higher branches It might be a wise thing for teachers everywhere and other citizens also to give more attention to the question of grading the pub lic schools If the benefits are as claimed and I believe they are no patron of a public school should re fuse to contribute his part to any effort to make his childs education more complee- E SNODGRASS Brodhead Ky WOUNDS BRUISES BURNS By applying an antiseptic dress ing to wounds bruises burns and like iniuries b fore inflamatiou setswin they may be healed without ma turation and in about onehalf the time required by the old treatment This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an qnti ceptic and when applied to such in quicklyItand prevents any danger from blood poisoning Keep a tortle of Pain Balm in your home and if will save you time and money not to men tion the inconvenience and suffer ing such injuries entail For sale by Chas C Davis leading druggist WILDIE T A Stewart went tb Berea Tuesday on business James Mor ris was down from Berea first ofthe- weekMrs A T Fish has gone to Richmond to be under the treat ment of physician Miss Nannie Bower pur charming schol teacher spent Saturday and Sunday in Fal mouth There Were a good many cattle t ken to Richmond Monday from this countyL T Stewart sold Pur Rigsby a fine saddle horse this week for 150j c Mose McNew sold Frank Adams a combined mare thisttvetk ata fancy priceJ J Wood bt Conway was in our little village7 Tues daYwRev Combs commenced a two weeks meeting here Sunday H H Wood went to Louisville Tuesday to buy fall andiwinter goodstrea1izetbatctowquires strengtb with mind and body in tune Aman or woman with disordered digestive organs is rot in Shape for a Vswo daysjlay How can they scfxpect to Kbdol tbrJDyspepsja cont stains the digestive juices of aIhealthy stomachiand will put your stomach ia shape to perform its important functinof supplying the body and brain with strength building blood Digests what you eat relieves indigestionird yapepria flour st oi the M tit IFTY MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY O T5 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress nON HARVEY HELM Or Lincoln THERE seems to be a contest on between Edgar Albright of the Mt Vernon Signal and Embry Richardson of the Danville News as to which can say the meanest things about Gov Beckham These gallant young knights of the tripod should remember that vinegar never catches flies and that the venting of spleen on fellow Democrats is neither becoming in them nor heir fnl to the party of parties Go slow voting men and dont let your zeal get the better of your judg ment It is not impossible nor even improbable we think that Gov Beckham will the nominee for U S Senator If you support Kim and ot course you will you will have to eat crow and we dont want to see you dine on such an unpalatable dish Be quiet young men and keep your heads cool Interior Joninal Brer Walton this seems to be a case of whose Ox is being gored and the unpalatable dish of which you speak is as liable to fall to your own hot as to ours There has been no diligent search on our part for any mean thing to say about the Governor but have simply reiterated what we hear ev ery day and what his henchmen or at least some of the most conscientious of them in confidence will admit The half has not vet been told although Boni Hays theCkickeras you are prone to to call the Attorney General is discussing what appears of record in the offices at Frankfort That Beckham machine is a rotten con cern and the sooner it is dispensed with the better off Kentucky will be and the Democratic party as well There are many reasons why Senator McCreary should have thi support of the Kentucky democra cy in his race for U S Senator over Gov Beckham In the first place McCreary is a statesman Beckham is not in the second place McCreary is entitled toa second term and which when com pleted on account of his age would retire him from politics Beckham is a young man and can wait for this coveted honor in third place during the forty years of Mc Crearys public life he has never beeu known to turn a deaf ear to one of his constituents when es pousing a just cause Beckham has never been known during the six years of his public life to lend a helping hand except to those who were fighting for his own aggran dizement Should Beckham be sent to the U S Senate whose shoes could he fill Not McCrearys probably DeBoes What president would ever select Beckham to rep resent this great nation of ours in a great national conference such as the money conference held at The Hague a few years since when Jas B McCreary then Congress man from the Eighth Congressional district was one of the most brilliant lights As Senator J C S Blackburn once expressed it if there ever was a Political acci dent it is JC W Beckham Had it cot been for the death of our beloved Goebel we would hear no more of Beckham than we hear of Thorne whom the Governor is not willing to leave in the Govern ors chair for a few hours for fear be may do some rash act We love the democratic party because we think the principles which it advocates are right but we dont propose to indorse any manors tof wen in their unscrupulous acts to enhance their own interests to the detriment ot the party just be cause they thus affiliate themselves Since the day that Gov Beckham took his seat as the chief executive of the State his chief purpose has been to promote his own interests regardless of what the consequence might be to the patty and as a result favored few who were onlitbe do his bidding have e gtlitjnbutthse hav f djsuID J lYtronl th- atjchriYank1jtj 1 fers of the taxpayers of the State Why any mountain man should support Beckham in preference to McCreary we cannot understand Beckhams use for the mountain democrats is about the same as the republicans for the negroyour- vote on election day Give us Mel Creary and Hays and we will have a statesman at the national capiiol and a man in whom there is no quile and as honest as the days are long as the chief executive of our State SENATOR HARRIS TELLS OF BECKHAMS TEMPER ANCE REFORMS Lancaster Ky Oct r 1906 Former Senator George T Farris one of the pioneers In temperance legislation in Kentucky who has been identified with the movement for years has written an open let ter to the Rev M B Adams pres ident of the AntiSaloon League in answer to his letter to the demo cratic candidates for State offices Senator Farris letter is directly ad dressed to the Rev M B Adams and reads as follows My Dear Sir My attention having been called to your public letter addressed to the temperance people of Kentucky I beg as one of them to submit the following It cannot be denied that I have the right to speak as one of the temperance people this right being acquired my many years of hard labor and incessant effort Many years ago before either you or vour recent recruit Gov Beckham had thought of enlisting with the tem perance hosts I began my fight for the cause I consented to become the Police Judge of East Bernstadt Laurel county at the cost ofmy own material welfare and conven ience in order to fight the liquor trafic I then carried the war into the Kentucky Legislature and had enacteda law clothing police Judges and Magistrates with the power to summarily summon and examinewitnesses in these matters this power belonging only to the grand juries This law also allows private citizens to appear as prosecutors Believing I could ac complish more as a prosecutorthan as a judge I resigned the office andatter hard struggles succeded in running blind tigers and whisky out of the town You must remember that this was at a time when the people of the mountains were different from what they are now I was threatened abused and otherwise mistreated by the desperate characters who thenin fested portions of our mountainsI Afterwards as Senator Eighth Senatorial district I became the author and champion of the County Unit Bills In 1902 and 1904 I introduced the measures Against political and personal friends I wagedfincessent war and had I then had the assistance of the Governor the County Unit Bill would have passed When the present measure was up I left busi ness and family add was among the foremost of temperance work ers I fought a good fight and my efforts were not in vain Ofmy work for temperance I need not speak further My labors are pub lic and can be easily ascertained- I have not thought it necessary to exploit what I have done for ri cheousness and temperance for any reason personal to myself Nor do I complain of hardships or sac rifices nor do I pose as a martyr to the cause What I have done was for Gods sake and He wilt guide the results I have referred to my connection with temperance cause only for the purpose of showing my right to speak as one of the temper ance people You seem to complain ofyour expenditures and labors in the cause Do you believe that if you have suffered as you say it is known to God and from Him alone must come your reward Are you in the business for remuneration or for the love of God humanity and country Coming now to the matter in hand I must say that I am surpris ed that you seek to make our cause a political issne in the Senatorial race Why not make it an isI sue of the Governors rae The Governor of the State has great powers for good or evil a Senator none At least one of the candidates for Governor is a well known temperance advocate I have not kn wnofany appeal of yours made to temperance people for votes for this candidate Are you not actuated a little by some fancied grieveance against Senator McCreary Do you remember in the troubleous times following Gov Goebels deathhowYou abused the demo ra s and How 9i r1 1 j t J when pra ers were ptctttdautf ill vine guidance sorely wamert you as a servant of the lowly Nazirihe refused to invoke the guidance of God Do you remember how you refused to pray foi the Legislature because they espoused Goebtrls cause I have often wondered vhnt Chi ist would have done had He been in Pinfort and Jeen ask e to seek His Fathers guidance for that body of men Was not Gov Beckham the presiding officer ofthe Senate in this Legislature until his elevation to the GOVLI n prayfortht he should be heralded as the great apostle of temperance and richeousness Is not your espousal of Gov Beckhams cause due less to the fact that he is worthy than it is to the fact that Gov Mc Creary was the leader of the democratic forces in 1900 and thus es poused the cause of the man whom you hated Gov Goebel Have you everj liked Senator McCreary since the day he bared his breast to the glittering steel and headed the democratic lorces battling for what they deemed their rights Have you ever liked him since that day when calling the dismay ed hosts together risking the as sassins bullet he gave them ad vice and spoke words of encourage ment and thus saved the State from greater disgrace andmore fear ful bloodshed Do you advise as a democrat as a friend to demo cratic principle If so have you my brother the password Per haps you advise as President of the AntiSaloon League Let us con trast the records of both men In 1898 Gov Beckham was Speaker of the House A County Unit Bill was introduced What became of it Do you not remem ber the scathing denunciation made by your predecessor Dr Kerfoot against the Speaker for his OPPOS- Ition to this bill Do you want that denunciation republished Dr Kerfoot says he was against the measure in 1898 Do you deny it In 1902 and 1904 I know so do you that Gov Beckham did noth ing whatever toward assisting the passage of the xemperance meas tires but rath hindered their passage In 1906 do you not know that at no time did he assist in or consent to the passage of the Court ay Unit Billas originally drawn and presented but opposed itun til the first four class cities were exempted thus givnig a measure of doubtful constitutionality andof more doubtful usefulness At no time was he willing to support the bill as its friends had drawn it It may be said that he saw he could not get such a bil through but to those who know the power wielded by him over the last Legislature such a statement will have but little weight As a matter of fact Gov Beckham only agreed to the hill after I had told him that his assistance would be a leverage in his hands whereby he might defeat one of my best friends Do you not remember telling me that my talk had had the desired effect with the Governor What talk Why the talk of the leverage of course Gov Beckham is posing today as the apostle of temperance not be cause he is in favor ufit but be cause of the leverage Refer me to the single message of the Governor in which he advised the pas srge of a local option measure You speak of the Governor as being in all things temperate and sober Do you not know that he has not always been so Do you not know that his past until at least very recently ifat all has not been a guarantee of his future Do you not know that in the past he has not led a life that could in spire much hope in the breasts of the temperance people Since when has this great change been wrought As the primary draws near Over six years ago he be came Governor and not until this primary drew near did he think it proper to enforce the Sunday law it took him six years to find that it was his duty to enforce the law it will only take six hours after November 6 for him lightening cbange artist as he is to forget it GovIfinancial aid from the liquor inter terests in his past races To this good day no answer has been made public If Gov Beckham was i their friend and ally a short time ago and if he received help from them will he not return to his first love at any time his political exigencies may demand Is not Gods Sabbath as holy in Newport and Covington as it is in Louis I BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Ote hundred students have beeu enrolled On no day have there been less than eighty in attendance Three weeks from to day the first recital ot the year will be given by Mr McDonald and Mrs von Eich en It is the purpose of the school to give these recitals once a mouth if work will permit The plan for eachwill be given next week In order to secure for the performers students and teachers the best attendance and at the same time to build up the literary and musical side of the school a small entrance fee will always be charched for these entertainments Mr Craig superintendent of the Home Board of Missions of the Presbyterian church will be in Mt Vernon on the nth He is on his way back to New York alter visiting Synod Dr McDonald will accompany him Nothing of real worth can be achievedwithout courageotfs WorK jing He who allows his applica tim to falter or shrinks his work on frivalous pretexts is on the sure road to ultimate liilure Charles IX of Sweeden was a firm be liever in the power of willevellin youth Laying his hand on the head of his youngest son when en exIclaimed He shall do it he shall do it For backache and rheumatism use Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Cleanse and purify thE hlood A weeks treatment for 25 cciif Sold by Cha C Divk m Sept I cost Goods Sale on Will sell theni below I all make room for new fall have or prices such as heard of i J A vilk The is not on in either place What surety have we that this sudden change of front is real and lasting In Senator McCreary was Speaker of the House In that sear a local option law first McCreary was one of Its foremost champions Since that time his and tl s on the right side Whether as- a private citizen wh isinior Senator as a husband as a lawyer as a member of that quaint old Presbyterian church at Richmond he has ever shown he stan He has ever displayed those charac teristics which makes assurance doubly sure that in the future as in the past he will he true to his God his country himself and his early training Senator McCreary has again and again ieniedthat he has evr nor at any time received aid from the liquor interests and surely no will doubt the statement Surely not will bid him nay he for an in dorsement of his course An inI dorsement fat a second term not on any sudden change of front but on a whole life of sobrie ty and An indorsement of a wellspent life filled with memo des of well done toward his and his country the vo ters take the record of both men which easily obtained and decide from that which of the two gives more promise of keeping the no remember the sto ry of Apostle Paul as so beau tifully Writ how after ue his he saw a light and how God in His infinite called him to a nobler You also remember that God didnot see fit to put Paul into service but sent him to study for years where undisturbed might well upon tA xi jt c c Js i l 1 S rJ 7t4- I J F Krueger Son I N Having bought out the stock of gods of F Krueger j jo Sons will in the future sell for cashonly iff wish thank have patronized us so rf liberally in the pjist and the same time ask those indebt Med to the old firm to please call andsettleut once c5 f Hoping to have a liberal portion of youi SK T ness in th future we beg to remain w Yours for cash business only S F KRUEGER AND WH KRUEGER H MT VERNON KENTUCKY W- 2ccl It To Cure a Cold in One Dar I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets I Seven Mfflion boxes sold In post 12 This SKIDOO SALE Commencing 5th I For the next twenty days will sell at and groceriesCalicoesHosiery and infact everything in the Dry lineSpecial Clothing Cost It go to the Ihne you the cash produce get these they will be you never before illfor ON THIS SfLE 1HOCREmT C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY lid 1873 was enacted whole anelltern Governor CongressmanI how one many when asks based duty duty God Let can he faithYou doubt the toldin Holy andiIprosecutions great mercy life will immediately three he ponder we We to those who at cash busi months Signature must the mighty change that was to take place If Gov Beckham is chang Ie J if he is sincere in his new role lit him have rime to prove and give evidence of the faith that is in hi 01 It is so anomalous that the temperance people shop Id be asked to cast their vote against preIcepthat I feel constrained to speak Especially is this strange in view haveIany of his predecessors asking for a second term notwithstanding some of them have not been as firm in their stand for temperaue as has Senator McCreary Yours etc GEORGE T FARRIS Lancaster Ky Sept 25 1906 FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults pUOJhllodThese diseases thrive on leanness Fat is the best means ol overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective alaatUlulshows why Scotts Emulsion is Ifso much value in all cases of crofula and consumptipn More fnt more weight more nourish neat thats why nd for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 415 Pearl Street New York OcndIOO tt It t AUdruggbb Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and exp lls the cold from the system as it is mildly laxative It is guaranteed- Do notriskt taking any but the genuine in the yellow package c3 f Cures Crip inTwoDays I on every box 25c ttttiittttttt1tttttttttttttt Willis Griffin PRACTICAL Ji UNDERTAKER 3 3FUNERALMt Vernon Ky 3= stock Complete Can furnish on shore no EmbalmingEdone 3 3- = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = = Phone No 63 = 111111111111111111il111il111111111111111Ifl111111111l11111 1111111111111 S JONAS McKENZIE IIwNotions CLOTHING U alIIsizesright Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE I JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies jto 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 CashierJ I Fresh Meats Always on Hand J We have recently putin a large refrigerator and are prepared to furnish our customers fresh meats t at all tines Send us your orders which be promptly filled iPi ICE ways oir hands for sale p- aJ m RAMSEY 1 IN BASEMENT OBYOSITE COURT HOUSE L rcN t i 4 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY OCT 5 1906 79 Call lip No 70 whenyou want to Cotnmunicats with SIGNAL 79 j4i R RCo TIME TABLE 22north 124 p m 21 north 332 a m 23south 124 p rr 21 Soutij 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 utcredat the Mt Vermin Ky Postoflice us secondclass maul matter PERSONAL R B MulHns is in Knoxville tins week Miss Fannie Colyer is here from Louisville this week Kobt Cox expects to move into his new home next week E Mullins the Withers Mer chant was here Monday Grover Johnson of near Orlando is ery sick with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Graham will move to a cottage on Newcomb avenue Burdette McKenzie has gone tit Yamacraw Ky to accept a position Miss Rose McFerron of Pine Hill is very sick with typhoid fe verLittle Miss Ethel Baker of London spent the week with relatives hereRev J C Carmical continues very sick and there IS but little hope of his recovery Miss Rhoda White of Stanford is visiting the family of her uncle Joias McKenzie Mrs J W Brown and Misses Re ca Baker and Annie Thompson were in Louisville Monday and TuesdayS Davis has abandoned his idea of going west until Spring and will finish out the school started bv Thomas Brown C D Sutton spent most of the week in Louisville buying goods for the store which he is soon to open at Level Green Mrs Robert Taylor who it was thought several days ago could not live is rapidly recovering and will soon be up again The baby of Mr and Mrs J F Griffin has been very sick with an enlargement of the throat which it became neccessary to lance The child is better now Sudge L W Bethurum and G T Johnson went to Lawrenceburg Wednesday to attend the Republican Convention to nominate a can didate for Congress Judge R G Williams lost in his race for State Senaor in the Ken ton district bv twenty votes His opponent was one of the most prominent members of the Coving t barDr G Lovell is the only del egate appointed to the Fifth meet ing of the State Development Con vention which meets at Winches ter next week who has as yet sig nified his intentions of going We trust everery delegate will arrange to go LOCAL NOTICE Anyone holding claims of any kind against the estate of William Leece deceased will pleas- present same to me at once proper ly provenGRANVILLE LEECE Admr sep 2841 STRAYEDAmale Poland China hog weight about 150 pounds crop off the light ear and a slit in the same ear Liberal reward for return J J McCALL Maretburg Ky Atty C C Williams of the local bar has formed a partnership with W E Evans of London and in the future will practice regularly in the courts at that place DEADMr G M Johnson aged 73 died Sunday at his home near Orlando He had been an invalid for more than fifteen years suffer ing from epilepsy and heart trouble Exactly one year to a day from the time of his heath he fell and broke his leg and had never been out of the bed since He was the father of our fellow townsman G T Johnson The burial took place Monday at the Alva Maret bur ia ground i ty Mr G W Payne who had reached more than three score years and ten a survivor of the Civil war died Friday after an illness of several weeks He was buried Saturday at the Skeggs Creek church Will Thomason a son of W M Thomason of this county employ ed by the Big Hill Coal Co at Straight Creek Bell county fell rom the top of the tipple house a iew days since and was instantly killed Registration in the two Mt Verrpn precincts fell short at out one third there was also a slight fall off in Brodhead and Livingston Those who have failed tn register should look alter this matter at once Dont fail to read the letter rf Senator George T Farris which appears in this issue and especial ly do we want those temperanc people who havo been tilkin Beckham hecaue of his suppos action in tLe antiwhisky fight FARMERS INSTITUTE The Rockcastle Farmers Inst tire will be held at the COt r hour in Mt Vernon Tuesday and Wednesday Oct IG and 17 1906 undo the auspicies of the Commission of Agriculture The object of this meeting is to organize a Farmer Club Ceneral Deputy Collector W T Short returned from a trip throng Breathitt county moonshine raid lug He succeeded while ou the trip in locating and destroying a very fine brandy still on Longs creek the property of Jerry and Isaac Long who were arrested and lodged in jail at Beattyville Rich mond Register A contract will be let by the Board of Trustees on to morrow night for the building of a turnpike to the top of the town hill which will be a new rightofway altogether leaving the old road just above the school house and circling around the hill giving a fairly good grade The work can not be done too soon for lo these many years that old hill has been an eye sore to the town An exchange tells ot three of the stingiest men on recordTbe first willnot drink water unfesi it comes from a neighbors well trie second forbids his family from writing a large handas it wastes ink to make large letters and the third stops the clock at night to save the wear and tear in the machinery All of tham refuse to take a news paper ou the ground that it is a strain on their spectacles Those who expect to respond to the call made for the reorganiza lion of the Burial Association are requested to do so at once If a sufficient number to insure the re organization do not respond by the 15th of this month then we pose to refund all money collecte- and let the organization go Don wait to see what some one else i going to do but act yourself an then we will know what to depen- upon t The 150 tax placed on Burial Associations as well as a tax on almost everything else that people do to make a living is what Gov Beckham the man who wants you you to vote for him for U S Sen ator had done in order to rais revenue to support the new offices which he has had established in order to give some of his henchmen who had never been able to make a living by their own efforts a fat Rocek castle Burial Association this is the very reason you are being called upon today to pay an extra as assessment in order to keep the association going i In our next issue will appear rite call for the electionon the bond sue It is up to the poople to say what will be done If you are sat isfied with the rocks and mud holEswhichwe already have al right let the bond issue go down in defeat it you want better roads improve your county andenhance the value of your property then go to work yourself dont wait for someone else to do ail the work and help to make this fight a suc cess Don t be discouraged by what the chronic grumblers have to say about it for in every com munity there are some who would costaIonly ones to be benefited the kickwould conic just the same it is a natural thing and nothing else is to be expected There are enough inter tocarntbjsbond dinetoexplanmean to them asindividuals and to rile coamunityas a whole J Iti IBeiltyParkersonand Miss Tuesday Patsy Rev Bnscoe Officiating The Court of Claims met Monday allowed a few claims and ad journed over to the fourth Monday in this month Just before going to prrss mes sage was received slating that Judge L W JBathnriim had In en nominated for Congress by the Republican Convention which met at Lawrenceburg yesterday SPEARINGAttorney General N B Hayes Democratic f a didate for Governor spoke here Friday afternoon to a small but apprecia tive audience From what we had beard and read in the Beckham mouth pieces we expected to hear a general tirade upon every man composing the machine but not so It was simplv a discussion of facts us appear of recor in the offices at Frankfort and not a speech of vilification and vituperation ome would have you believe Not an unkind word was said of any man not in accord with the Attor ey General and it is very evident even to a blind man that there is not much harmony between Hayes and the Beckham ring and all be pause Hayes is man of his own head and refused to join with the BeckhamHaly combine in their unscrupulous acts It is very evi lent that if General Haves is ts nccessful in making votes every vhere he goes as he was in M t Vernon that be will be a winner an overwhelming majority Mr James Love of Liberty Mo was here this week searching fo the grave of Mrs Emma Love his step mother who was buried in the Mt Vernon cemetery many years ago but the tombstones if there were ever any to the grave having been torn down and misplaced it was a Serious doubt in his mind whether the grave located is the right one or nut Mr Love was on his return home from Manches ter Clay county where he had been to celebrate on Sept 30th the 86th anniversary of his birth although he does not look to be more than 60 Mr Love visited the family of Dr Joplin here about seventy years ago and just after the close of the war passed through here and spent a night with Mr J L Joplin who was then running hotelwhere now stands the Joplin brick the building occupiedat that time having burned and the brIck having been erected by Mr Joplin Mr Love remembers as vividly as if it were yesterday on the night of h is last visit the pound tug on the old jail in an effort to take from it a negro but being un successful the negro was Tatar tried convicted and hung Mr Love has traveled very extensively and is a very entertaining conversation alit He had with him a collec Jerusalemdcoun twentysa vialdan at the point where Jesus was baptised a Bible bound in the Jerusalem 01 lye wood In the collection was also a bouquet taken from the tomb of Washington at old Mt Vernon just after the Civil war Mr Love is is a cousin of Mr JL whoseemother was Miss Mary Love be fore her marriage to Dr Joplin and a sister of Mr Loves father Mr Love says he and his wife expect to make a visit to Rockcastle and other Kentucky points next year LIVINGSTON Mr and Mrs John Shearer of Paris were the guests last weekof their parents Mr and Mrs James McGuire Mrs E J Beets and family of Lebanon Junction are FarleyMrsDMiss May of LaFollette Tenn were here the first of the week the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Rock erLittle Margaret t Sparks who improvingMrs of Lebanon Junction are with Mrs W F Tubbs J R Stuckey of Covington was in town Wednes 1Elizaiwas guest oilier aunt Mrs Sussie Mullins GeorgeGriffin to live after a years abscence at Central CltyMraud Mrs W C Mullins ofLaFo lettearetbe guests of Mrs WF TubbsMr and Mrs Jack Smithof Corbin are with their mother Mrs Nan McWhorter WE Tubbwas in Corbin Wednesday Mrs Charlie lf Chappell returned home fro m Knoxville SundayMrs Wil Haver and children of Newark Ohio are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Orndorff and sis ters Mtdaiues Hagau and Hockei Mis Ethel Mudd of Louisville Visiting Misses Lixie Hud Anna iMbiibacks Ylri George Lnrham md sister Mis Lizzie of Danville Mr Waller Ktniersou ofJarnes town lidacid Mr and Mrs Ed McIntoshof Knoxville Tenn were the guests of Mr and Mrs W W Wright Miss Mattie Ow ens of Barbonrville ii the guest ol friends and relatives hereMrs Hirry Jenkins and little son are here from Corbin the gnest of Mrs J B Hays J A Oliver the wideawake merchant was in Nash ville final of the weekMrs Jas Neal of Ford has returned home after a pleasant visit htre with rel atives James Moberly and Fred Owens are in a critical condition wi h typhoid fever Miss Vera Owens is improving slowly Miss Begelv of London went up to Pine Hill Tuesday to nurse Miss Rose McFerron who has typhoid Mr George Pope visited W T 1errimee and family of Paris ast week Uncle Mod jjMullinc of rooked ceeek was in town Tues Iayy1rs Ann Owens has beei quite sick for a few days Avoid alum and alum phosphate baking powders The label law requires that all the ingredients be named on the labels Look out for the alum compounds NOTESafety lies in buying only Royal Baking Powder which is a pure cream of tartar baking pow der and the best that can be made TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS Secretary Taft capled to the War Department Tuesday requesting thas Brig Gen Fredriok Funston be designated to command the American troops in Cuba and the military secretary immediately is sued au order to that effect For mal orders were also issued U Brig Gen T J Wint who is to be in chaige of the emharcation of the expedition from Newpor News C4S JI GJ a aBean Signature orI JTho oooooooo FALL g OPENING g Saturday OCT 6 V THE STYLES ARE CHANGED YOU WANT THE NEWEST AND LATEST g I HAVE IT ALL TH- EFashionable Shades AND Desgns In FalI1VIillinery- Mrs ClEOBRNIW MT VERNON KY 1NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS LABEL THE COLLAR Im Your Iothmg COStS Nothing If you buy the Shild Brand compared to the cost of inferior made garment at a like or I even higher price claimed I to be as good I EVERY SUIT GUP A TEED I I I 19 iS n = Just opened a complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes We want to sell them We can certa lily satisfy the most fastidious 7 We insist on you when you need that new pair of Shoes that you should not overlook the fact that Star Brand Shoes Are Better andwe know that you will be satisfied with the fit and style these Shoes have to them 1Here are a few of the beautiful I many styles we are showing THE PLANET SHOE For Men Has no equal It is made of the best stock of Patent VIciwith fancy undressed kid top and is strictlya high class SlOe for men tvl 10 dress well This line of Shoes is made of the Best Box Calf strong andsturdy as a battleshipcorn fortable as a glove They will wear long enough to suit you no matter how much you kick rroUU v i IForoue gs1 STAR ArRL1Mens 300 Missess 1 50 Ladies 175 Childs Si 25 Star on the Heel insures your protection Make My Store Your Headquarters While in Town I CASH STORECh- urch St Ml Vernon b t 1r =y I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBearsthe signature ofI cthfi VACATION tFlr vour summer outing allow ns to suggest Colorado and Utah famous the world for their cool andL invigorating climate magnificent mountain scenery and pictur eqe summer resorts which are locatedalong the line of the Denver Rio Grande The Scienic Line of the World 1ery low ex ursion rates and Circle tour ickets are on sale during the sum ner months via these lines to be principal points of interest Che Denver Rio Grande with ts numerous branches penetrating he great States of Colorado and Utah has souse forty different Cir le tours through the Rocky Mountains one of which is the fa nous 1000 mile tour for 2806 x hich comprises more noted sceh ry than any similar trip in the vorld passing the following points T interest La Veta Pass Poncha ass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv lions Durango Maticos Canon iico Lizard Head Pass Las Ani pas Canon Silverton Ouray Cim irron Canon Black Canon of the unnison Marshall Pass and the loyal Gorge This trip can be omtortably made in five days butt least ten days should be devcted o it so that one may view at lei ire the principal sights Tickets tt very low rates are also on sale to Salt Lake City Utah If you con template trip through Colorado r Utah let us send you some beau tifully illustrated booklets free K Hooper G P T A True and tried friends of the fimily Dewitts Little Early Ris ers Best for results and best to ake Rosey cheeks and sparkling yes follow the use of these dependable little pills They do not gripe jr sicken Sold by Chas C Davis RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE S hPIONS OF IT lIE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR X15 AND RENTS FOR So PER ACRE fOne of the remarkable things bout Eastern Arkansas and Nort h rn Louisiana is the fact that ciez r d laud rents for 5 per acre cash d can be bought for 7 50 to 315 ter acre It costs 6 to 10 an core to clear 1t Other improve reces ary are slight and inexpen rive The soil is rich alluvial or made ft produces a bale or cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac ounts for its high rentalvalue Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtahles md fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to gI6 per ton In other sections of these states md in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to tock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 ion proved farms 10 15 to 25 per acre The 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 lowas 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 i tain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stop overs For descriotive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Passenger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo Kodol for Dyspepsia Digests you eat ILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings Now Discovery 11 FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS IIDC Boraat and Quickest Cur Jor ill THROAT and LUNG TBOUB JiES or MONEY BA 7f =F = z EBaby had a llittle pain againMother Father said It cant oe beat- S Cas sweet is a vegetable correct ofbabiesopiates and the ingredien s are on each and every bottle Pleasin g to take Sold by Chas C Davis c hcrop representing board oft the Bureau of Statistics of the De p irtment of Agriculture finds froni the reports of the correspondents and agtnts of the bureau that the average condition of cotton on Sep tember 25 was 176 If an article is imitated the original is always best Thipk it over andwhen you go to buy that box ot salve to keep around the house gei DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamed on tV ry box Good for exziina tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended tor piles Solaby Chas C Davis Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly 3 C FRANKLIN ONLY RAILROAD p SOUTH EQUIPPED WIT- HAUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY P1OM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest For Information and Rates HCKINGCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W A QARRETT General Manager W C RINEARSON P Cincinnati O r p CJRLS RHEUMATISM LUMBftOO SCIATIC NEURALGIA and MONEY TROUBLE taken Internally rids tbe blood of the poisonous matter and acids which arc tile direct causes of these diseases Applied externally t affords almost In stant relief from VID while a permanent cure Is belnir eoeutc by purifying the blood dissolving inc poisonous substance and removing it Tcm the system DR S D BLAND Of Browton Go wrItes yesriwilland leg vu tried all the remedies tljat I could gather tram medical works and alto coniulttxl with a number of the beat found nothing that gc the roust obtaIned from remzIbetInwyprCUcOtorrbaamstlam FREEIf you are suffering vth Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write to us for a trial bottle of DROPS and test It yourself 5bROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring a druc habit as It is entirely fteu of opium cocaine similaringredienialArgofilze Bottle bgOPSceeesXorfialobyVruscUu SWAISOX IKMJIATII lURE OIPA- YIpt IS kc = 1 SUNDAYSCHOOL GONVEN TION OTheMventionOct 13 and 14 iqo6 iAfternE2ooDevotional215 The meaning and purpebof this Convention t workers 230 The SundaySchools place and Pover by Pastors 145 How to make the Sunday School go by Superintendents 300How to improve the work by Teachers 315 Nom Com bmittee340 Adjournment Evening Session 730 Song and Prayer 745 The Parents and the Sunday Schoo by State Worker- s755DiscussionThe Pastor and the SundaySchool 8 to Churches Without Sunday Schools 820 Report of County Secretary and Treasurer 83oAddressIn the Line of Above Conditions by State Workers 850 Announcements of Commit tee- 915Offeriflg 930 AdjournmentMorning 900 Devotional 915The Status and Needs of the Work 930Address to young peoPleIteachers and Character Building by Rev 1000 A J SawyersI gelistic Agency 1020How we may improve the work i The teachers meet ing 2 The grading 3 The organ ize class 4 Lesson preparation 5 The records 6 The finance 7 gigglinglgirl 1jtemperance iroo Duties of each superintendent and county officers 125 OfferingAdjournment- A a BADLY BURNED GIRL or boy man or woman is qiioklv out ot paul if Buckleus Arnica Salve is applied promptly G T Welch of Teconsha Mich say- I use it in my family for cut sores and all kinds of injuries and find it perfect Quickest pile curt kno n Best healing salve made 25C at all drugstores The National Association of Rt tail Druggists began its annual con vention in Atlanta Tuesday BLOOD POISONING results from chronic conetipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They rt move all poisonous germs front tht system and enfuses new life and vigor cure sour stomach nansin headache dizziness and colic without griping or discomfort 25 cts Guaranteed by ail druggists IISTEIElsfa WHEN YOU SHOOT atbeshots count by shooting the STEVENS For years STEVENS ARMS have ACCURACY Rifles Shotguns Pistols i recelptoCcatalOlpriceI threecolor Aluminum forwarded Stevens Arms Tool COJ CHICOPEB THE LAXATIVE Coughs constipatIng especially containing Opiates LsxiveHoney contains Opiates la viuable stampsI Beautiful Hanger will be for cents stamps JI P Box 4096 FALLS MASS S A ORIGINAL COUGH SYRUP For all and assists In sYtembybowels A certain relief for and cough cures those the bowels no uopajje core in RodClover corn anti the Honey Bee on every bottle KENNEDYS11uTiVEHONi rnrpAR or V 0 OeWITT ft CO CHICAGO U 8 A jSbldby CHASC DAVIS Ac I L SPIRO Little Misses Lola and Dorotln wens visited their cousin Miss audie crash at OUawaH G Owens and Sam Sayers are hauling logs to build a barn for Mr Owens =George Brown bought a colt from neire McKinney for 5SMis flattie Owens entertained a num r of friends with an apple cutting iturdpy nightRtv Renbin Hur ley and wile are visiting telatives ii Jackson county M sse Alxa Brown aud Martha McKinnev spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Catha Houkat Maretburg BrownlFriday night with an old fashioned ean hulling Logan McKtnney of Hansford has been visiting his sister Mrs Pcrlie Doan for the past few daysRev Reubin Hur SChllOllhouse CAUTION Persons when traveling should exercise care in the use drinking witer As a safe guard it is urged hottlelofu Diarrhoea Remedy before leav home to he c rried in the hand luggago This may prevent distressing sickness and annoying de lay For sale by Chas C Davis leading druggist WANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permuneut Fi investmen or experience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars anden close selladdressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St Chicago c The Republicans of the Thir teenth Illm lis congressional dis trict have nominated Frank O Lowdcu to fill the unexpired term ot Robert R Hitt deceased A CARD This is to certify tint all druggists are authorized to refund jour money if Fulevs Hoiiey and Tar fsul im ur cii1ioi ildIt stops the rough heal ihr luny and prevents serious resuls Irom a cold Cures and conolumpItion packageRefusevis ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co 3IT YEIINON KY 0 FARM NO 1This farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner 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 aT d springs and plenty of good stock water Also rood orchard FARM No 4130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenan AIFARM NO 5Ho acres of land be ween Brush creek and Orlando 2J acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell ehiap nearLiIeeJonfchhlcha most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain FAILM NO lOriiros 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 front Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Dee ick road These lands are locate near the resi denes ofeorgu Mines anJ George G 75 acres of this land is bot tom land and a good part of it is up farmingIlJhird cash the balance in one and two years FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU ofany case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dig ease or Diabetes There is bydeiaYeI CHAS C DAVIS L Does Your BeatiIYes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for 19ood blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to j take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have f endorsed it for 60 years One frequent cause of bad blood is a slupgiah liver produces constipation Poisonous subitxiices rue then absorbed into the blood i Ktei the bowels open wiLl Ayer rilli IA Eaio J Ayer Co Lowell Also manutacturors of ijers VIGORI Wo have no secrets IWe publish the formulas of all our mediot- nocWANTEDSchool having new attractive proposition wishes crier getic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and ex penses paid weekly Some knowledge of music preferred hut not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Plce Chicago Ill NOTHING TO FEAR The question of injurious subS stances in medicines which been agitating the minds of many peope dues not concern those who use Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mothers need have no hesitancy in conting to give it to their little ones as it contains absolutely nothing injtvnouc This re ned is not only perfectly sale to gIve lt small children hut is a medicine of gieai worth and merit It has a worldwide reputation for its cure of coughs colds and croupand cnn always he relied upon For sale by Chas C Davis leading driggist FOR SALE Several hundred fret of 2 inch piping T ADAMS sep 28 tf Mt Vernon Ky The model school of the yest ern Kentucky State Normal School opened Monday at Bowling GreenRESULT OF NEGLECT consumptiollI HOIHVIan presents e 11ttI iii no morv thin tlv 11- II own prrirjttiins and you shon i upon I1111IIttitt g lttltle tI vcllow pirkatje C1I T ls rodhead Mcirhe- Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured bv ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B AT TVRIGHT Manager ff= rl r jtew tUetJme81gbut Mtr4PwOver 10110Canaeo r i AN IDhA- LVACATION TRIP T- OVELLOWSON E PARK PEHSONALLY CONDUOTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Muii tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Gleriwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogdtn Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 6 PAYS IN WONDER FUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be with in easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will leave Louisville Night oj July 25th Eor full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER 7907 Barreet Avenue1 liouisvill THE WtiJuLkV iiUMii The grand eld place known as the home of William Whitley the pioneer Indian fighter two and one halfmiles from Crab Orchard Ky is to be sold October 15 ig6 This is the first brick house built in Ken tucky about 1787 and is full of i terest Its walls four feet thi k have resisted the storms for years and are still in a spiendid condition to lat as many more The interior is paneled and hnndsomely calved being all done by hand long before the scroll saws and present day ma chinery were dremed of The cup board in which Col Whitley kept his noted rifle wiih which he claimed to have killed Ttcumpseh is as well preserved to day as when he left it Thirteen steps representing the thirteen states which at that time comprised the United States lead to the second story and above each step is a dove bearing an Ol ive branch in its mouth while over the parler mantel are thirteen eagles all caryed in the wood and hove these a massive portrait wallIHere within these walls the noted Indian braves suet in treaty with Col Whitley and in the ball room in the third stoiy many dunctsl were held with Indians as spectators The famous old spring still gushes as merrily as ever never failing in the severest drouths Hundreds of visitors from all points in the State visit this romantic old place which should belong to Kentucky It contains about 265 acres of as fine land as can he found anywhere and will make souse one a most desirable home Conven ient to churches arid a fine graded schoolFor any information regarding this old home the present owner Mrs Sallie Penningtuu will be glad to comniuncate with anyone wishing to know us history BETTIE A BUCHANAN Stitnfnid KyI RFDi- AN AWFUL COUGH CURED girlbadleft her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing jut like one with the whooping coug and some thought she would nut g wellat all Ve got a bottle tI Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and fat writes Mrs Ora bussard Bru baker This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis leading druggist News from Jiminez Mtx where an embryo revolution was started a few days ago states that ever thing is quiet Troops have been sta tioied here Keep the bowels open when you have a cod and use a good remedy to al ay the inflamarion of the mu cous membranes The best is Ken nedvj Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the ho N els drives ont the cold Is reliabV and t stes good Sot by Cbas C D vis W A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent tir HENRY Rosen COS line 0f- WA514T PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let U5 make you an estimie on work before placing you prder All Vork Guaranteed M L MYERS AIJ Ju Dentist1 Mt Version K I FirstClass t Work J OFFICEAt residenre oirilU Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY 2C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT JOFFICE On acd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 GMcCLR1U- ndertaker Embdlmej j Coffiuiete 1Robcsc Ordeis by Telephone attend ed promptly it Stanford Ky J- Lr sinillating ntcr3clmtlEcgu1ati- ntthaStoinachsaudBOWOl5 PromoiesPiicsfionChecrIUI nessanclrletCOniail1S neither OphtmMot piine norlincral 1OTNAaCOTICIiinshi MxSainn florA SaId ecerd Jr nnitzthemgIocz o JIi5orrd atf II forConstipaIton Worms Convulsions feverIsh- ness and Los S OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of Ew YO1IK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER E I WINE yourtroubles iiTOIAh II The Kind You Have Always Bought i I Bears the- ignathre 1of an Use Over L Tiry Yea- rsA11A tssMr54Y A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they great happyhome makers If a weak woman you made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking OF CARDUI I Womans Relief It ease away 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