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I r Published Every Friday i i J oui ernoiJ 5iRnllt r j VOLUiME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 12 1906 NUMBER 3 iA Few Reasons Why i Y0 J 1 i Should Trade With A US1Y s First We carry the larg j est and most uptodate Stock of General shown in Rocl castleCunty Jvv V one from which YJU Jean always i get anything you want at any time and we are con W- F stantl desiraHJible things from every quarter of the earth- Second In the words of thef good old son of Ireland we dox snot wish to chafe rb V jchatf- ed but always endeavorlfo seef that our customers receive fair treatment We believe this isf the only method up6n which f business should be conducted Iw and strive to carry it into ours yX Third We carry the best jg ibefOhad such as K K Clothing fDouglas Shoes Stetson Hats Oliver Chilled Plows and Old Wi Hickory Wagons made in g EOury the East gathering inall theg Rood things for the Fall andf 1 Winter This tall finds tis bet ter prepared to take care ofour- trade than ever before Our prices shall be in reasons V our motto Liveand LetLivef Help us to make this year our banner year We will K scratch your lack ifyou scratchi ZK g urshi v g Did ifabw youcpiildgetx 14iebestCalidlmade forUi = 2 c iJ f r t U t t zrElJ JA i f INTERESTING STATE NEW FOND ADMIRER f Late Gov Gocbel Was Relative Who Pasted Away ICincinnaUl1rs Annie Goebel at GaeIdied at the home f her lifelong friend Mrs Rosa Men an at 1136 Eastern avenue She as born in 1S23 and was the second wife of the grandfather of the late tatesman Arthur and Justus and she boyshoseolltics and business she watched with ride and pleasure When her hair silvered and her tality was sapped by the encroach cent of old age her every wish was anticipated and supplied by the Goe bel brothers The late governor shofairlyBinder an assassins bullet the happi ness was taken from her life After ils death she was a changed woman U the time of her death she was the second oldest member of St Pauls German church at Eleventh and Danklick streets Covington and the funeral took place from that church LEXINGTON GIRL Who Eloped With a Detroit Man Now Sues for 30000 Detroit MIchJulia Thorburn Ha zleton wife of Arthur Hazleton own er of a fashionable riding school started suit against her motherin law and brotherinlaw asking for herShusbands affections Mrs Hazleto- was at one time a society belle of Lexington and eloped to Windsor in July 1901 and secretly married Ha Idea son of a wealthy lumberman of Detroit Mrs Hazleton alleges In her bill that the husbands mother jealousybyishly so that other men would notice her Her husband she says is now in Manitoba SHOT DOWN By the Supposed Messenger From HI s Wife in Tennessee Pinevllle KyAbe Scott shot instantly killed J H Napier at A ant Ashers stave mill near this place He immediately surrendered and was placed IhjallIt Is claimed thatan uncle of Scott named Messer and Na piers wife have been living in Ten nessee It Is thought from letters r ceived by Messers friends here that Messer demanded of Napier tha things claimed to be owned by Messer lie sent to them and that Scott was sent to get the things and take them to the couple Napier was a hardworking man and a good citizen There was some talk of violence be t no further trouble Is expected at tula time FEUDISTS CLASH At a Blind Tiger and John Hall Jr is Killed Wh1t burg KyThe Hall and Martin factions clashed at a blind tiger whisky resort on Beaver Creek an John Hall jr Is reported killed Tardy Martin jr was seriously wounded as also was a member of the Hall fac tion Efforts of the sheriffs force to prevent the Hall and Martin feudists ineetin has failed continually and is t said here that Gov Beckham will asked e to intervene that the reign of lawlessness may be broken Bishop Carter Presides Columbia KyThe annual confer once of the United Brethren convene I at the Presbyterian church here with Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tonn presiding D It A L Whit fieia principal of the M and F High school delivered the welcoming address A Peculiar Court Case Lexington KyA peculiar court Hayners was d trial on a charge of petit larceny but was unable to appear as he was on of the jurors now in the Thomas Dow case for murder in another court Central City Wet Central City KyIn the local op tion election here Central City went wet by a majority of 70 votes as fol lows On East Side 187 dry 154 wet West Side wet89 dry 45 Centr City is the only precinct In Muhle- burg county selling whisky In Receivers Hands Louisville Ky Under an order en ered by Judge Shackleford Miller th Central Stock Yards Co which in takea a prominent part Jn the live stock trade of Louisville since Its or ganization in July 1901 went Into hands of a receiver At the Hers show Louisville KyAmong the visitors In attendance on the horse show a Congressman Joseph L Rhlnock at his wife and daughter of Covington They have been having a delightful time They will be here for several days Three Break Jail Whitesburg Ky Three prisoners Henry Caudlll jr Hiram Callahan and Charlie Lucas all sentenced recen to two years In the Kentucky penit tiary escaped froth the county jail here end are stUl at large u SMASHED CARS into Kindling Wood and Several Per sons Were Injured Louisville KyThree men engi neer and and firemen of the train and a clerk in the mail car were badly Ins jured and four other mail clerks were slightly injured and all the passengers on the southbound L N fast mail train were jolted up when that train crashed into the rear of a local freight train standing on the main line at Lyndon The cause of the wreck Is not clear R L Utterback conductor of the mail train said that the freight train was standing on the main line over which the passenger had the right of way at the time when they struck It The engine of the passenger train plowed through the caboose and three cars at the rear of the freight smash ing them Into kindling wood The seriously injured are Fred J Flanagan engineer Louisville about thee chest not thought to be serious Charle Mahoney firemen Louisville cut an bruised about the head and shoulder skull fractured G E Tatum moat clerk Cincinnati hurt about the bacl C M Blakenuin mail clerk Smith Grove hurt internally A Lightburr mail clerk Cincinnati bruised am shaken upINEW SET OF OFFICERS Chosen By the Pythian Grand Lodg Meets in Paducah Next Louisville KyThe election of off cers for the ensuing year and a boat of directors for the widows and o Pnducah as the place for holding the ne state convention constituted the prir cipal business transacted by the gran lodge of the Knights of Pythias Tin following cfilcrs were elected Gran chancellor Milton H McLean Covin Lygrand prelate O H Pollard Jackson grand marshalai arms Cornelius Sauuders Franklin grand inner guard W J Hlsson New port grand outer guard J Schobcrtl Versailles grand keeper of record and seal J W Carter Owensboro grand master of exchequer Jule Plus pier Bellevue The following board ol directors for the widows and orphan termImet Orr Owensbbro two year term Lucien Davis Hopkinsvlle airl R Hunter XicliohisyiHc one Xcrrllertn IMcHenry Rhodes Oa n ro 1OeCounttWithin the Past Few Months Paducah KyBen Jones a young negro was shot to death near Vicks burg Livingston county by Joan Scott tba young daughter Scotts and was chase down by th fatucr and killed in his tracks Scott is not likely to be molested as the sympathy of the people is with him In the past two months two othm ne- groes were lynched in Llvingsto- county for assaulting women It is d clared an Illicit distillery in the local ity is the principal cause of the crime 1tWinchester KyIn a remote por lion of the county Robert Shrout shot his son in laiv William Ingram fton- the effects of which Ingram died Tiic two men lived In the same house and quartered because Shrout tried to ge a couple of boys in his employ to fight each other for Shrouts amusement New Trial is Ordered Frankfort KyThe court of a peals reversed for new trial the cas- of the South Covington and Clnoln pat Strest Railway Co against Elloi Core from Newport She recovers 7500 damages xor Injury caused b heing thrown to the street by the cat starting too soon MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 9 CATTLEExtra 50 530 CALVESExtra 7 75 8 00 80dLAMBSExtra 7 FLOURSpring nat 4 35 60 WHEATNo 2 red 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 49 OATSNu 2 mixed Q RYENo 2 choice C7 tjGSIAYCfi timothy QiG 50 BUTTER Dairy 16 00netv TQBACCO New 6 10 23 75 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 72 g 72 CORN No 2 mixed Q 45 33smess LARDSteam Q 9 00 YoarrtheWin pat 4 35 Q 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 19- CORNNo r 2 mixed 54 r OATS No 2 mixed 38 PORKPrIme mess 18 25 18 75 35dBALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red78s1 79 531hOATSNoLOUisVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 7- 3CORNNo2 mixed 50 OATS No 2 mixed 3G PORK Prime mess 50 50en1NDIANAPOUS CATTLE Pflme 75 15 5 35 HOGS Choice 40 Q 60 aJt sl=S A 1l1UI the Hai Mays LINKPIi SHOULD fELL UMONS WH = N THEY INTERFERE WITH RIGHTS OF CITIZENSHIP Declares President Hugo in Merciless Attack Before the American Bot tiers Protective Body Atlanta Ga Oct 10The feature of the opening session of the nations convention of the American Bottlers Protective association was the address of President Hugo in which he bitter ly attacked labor unions These he alleged to be the worst of alt combined evils now threatening the good of the association spoke of them a using devilish weapons of coercion and summed them us as the twin brother of socialism In this con nection President Hugo said The logical sequence of labor union ism is socialism and socialism at stagnationcountry This propaganda Is beln preached until It has created a feelug of hatred between employer anc2 employe in place of that feeling of good will so necessary to te success of any business The lajcr union with its devilish weapons of coercion intimidation and cruelty coupled will the selfishness greed and cowardic bindependentand now has assumed the dictatorial attitude of a tyrant demanding the control and management of our bus ness How long will it be before we realize that the trade unions are hiving u a lesson of which we are badly need showing that individuals defea ed separately are invincible when un 31 Every business mist have a r ponsible head who mint have author ity BivMe this authority with a wall lug delegate and it is no longer au tliority Who is to determine the Ie of an employe How can the val of an employe be determined Now the value of an employe dt ponds first on supervision The anioun1 of supervision required determines h value the less he requires the mot valuable he is Cant Serve Two Masters 2 Commission and omission Here his value depends upon whether he does as he is told or omits to do it 3 Comes the body Is he strong physically or weak Here his valur depends upon the ratio of strength am weakness 4 Brain has he a goo memory or Is he always forgettin something 5 Soul thir he must have By soul I mean loyalty or disloyalty Is he loyal or t disloyal If he fsa member of a labor union he cant serve two masters he can no be loyal to you and his union and man without a soul has no value When labor unions g beyond th pivotal point and attempt to dictat the amount of the output forbiddin any man to earn more than so much decide on the proportion of apprentice to workmen fiat is who shall a vance and who not tear out our woe that has been done by nonunion met require that it shall be done ova y union men or else be deprived o haeceas- ed to give an equitable return When your children do not go to school for fear of the cry of scab when wife dare not hang out the wash theg to work knowing you may be carried home on a shutter when brickbats ake theplace of reason and the walk ing delegate says Carry a union card or take out an accident policy then sellhtem- porarily laid low with a linkpIn UNCLE JOE CANNON The Guest of Honor at the Marquette Club Banquet Josepph thie e responded to the sentiment Illinois The speaker was toasted as the leading citizen of Illinois and every refer rence to his possible candidacy for the presidency was applauded Other speakers were Congressman H S Bou tell of Illinois who responded to toast Chicago Dr Frank Bristol Washington who spoke on A Nation Favored of God Frank G Goudy of Denver whose subject was The Vest and Congressman James Watson of Indiana who discussed 1908 Prince Is Slain St Petersburg Oct 10A dispatch from Tiflis says that Prince Jason Pa lenoff has been assassinated in a vi lage of the Gorki district The murderer escaped Prince Gregory Pavle noff an uncle of Prince Jason was as saslnated last June Lai Wins His Fight 10Atthfighting In United States court for t years Chan Lai a Chinaman was de clared an American citizen by Judge A G Dayton In the federal court here Immigration agents made every effort to have Lai deported Was the Sultan Shot Paris Oct 10A dispatch from Con stantinople declares that the real cret of the recent illness of the sal of Turkey was that he was shot in the abdomen by a Kurdish womanwho was jealous of his latestfavorftea beautiful Circassian girl DisbandsHavana Oct 10 The disarmament commissioners s in Santiago report that all the Insurgents in that province have been disbands l with the excep Lion of one bard which is in an inac cessible roeion auai Bayamo Fole s Kidney Cure will cure nycaseoKidneYtrouhle that is not beyondmedicilaid t v r ijil 1 k i a iiEstablished 7 1887 BltODHEAD KatieMissesCass visits d Mrs L B Hilton last week at Pine HillDr Percy Benton and wife have returned from a weeks visit to Mt Scrling and Lexiigton Emtnett Smith and J W Hutcheson wire in Whs abuip Ky this week on business Douglas the small son ot Mr and Mrs Orus Bowers still continues very lees with d ptheria Mrs 14B Cable and daughter Misses Lizie Ethel and Susie are visiting relatives in the country Jno E Evans was sit hone first of the weekMrs J W Tate and daughter Miss Miranda visited in Mt Vernon first of the wekW- C Sparks and D J Will tilt are here attending the bedside of Dr A D Wiihoitt Roy kobins visited his father J L Iisins at this place Monday and TuesdayW C Swinford was in Louisvile Monday on busissM C Al right contemplates going on the pretty soon for Stratton Terstage wholesale dealers in Stoves and Tinware of Louisville Horance Benton of LivIngston spent Sunday with parents here J C Evans and W J Owens attended church at Maretburg Sunday night Virgil Martin bought a four year old horse from Wm Haves of Crab Orchard for 100 Bowers Bros will soon have the 5 room cottage for John Robins on Upper Main St completed C H Frith has added a full line of dry goods to his already up to date storeJro Honk A Ltece and Clarence Shaffer have returned from Pensacola Fla J W Tate is running the old Cranor Smith Lumber Co spoke nillnowWm Francisco was n tanford Saturday on business A C McClary is in Nicholasville e this weekJ W Hutcheson is at tending the Bankers Convention at Louisville this weekLast Satur day night between the hours o 730al1dIIp mMrandMrs A- Y Smith entertained the yonnger et in honor of Miss Mattie Wil mott the beautiful daughter of Mrs M E Wilmott Games and for tunetelling were indulged in and very highly enjoyed bv all present They all left suimj they bad the time of their life Those registering were Misses Vern Jarret Roberta Frith Mdttie Wilmott Owens Cora Sigmon Clyde Wa sou Geitrud Martin Rosa Pike Lilliee Smith of Hiatt Messrs lirask urham Governor Friih J B McCreary Pike Owen Cass Gravely Richard Martin Jr Claude Owens Clarence Robert Gum Sulphur and Frank bicClar of Hiatt Otis Frith and Willar- Hilton They ask me to than r and Mrs Smith for their has oitality and to say through your columns that they will return again ome day to see and receive mot of it entertainedIseveral of his younger friends at a birthday party Refreshments were served at 6 oclock tea and fireworks indulged in at night Mrs Douglas Brown returned to Junctioofn Monday after spending several days with her sister Mrs N E Tester visitsHMiss Carrie Frith at Gum Sulph last Saturday and Sunday M C Albright is in Louisville this week on business Jack Leece has Clarkthouse on Hill Street A YOUNG MOTHR AT 70 My mother has suddenly been yearerdSsPeP5woia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and resrCred the strength and activity she had in the prime of lifeJ writes MrsV L Mtane Greatest restorative medics on the atad and cures malaria billiousness weakness Wonderful nerve tonic Price Soc Guaranteed by all druggists A GAURANTEED CURE FOR PIIKS Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggistsare authoriz ed to refund money if PAZO Oils T daysSoc t IMARETBURG Owens are improving Auut Jane Burke- remains about the sameFarmers are iomplaining of the past wet warm weather spoiling corn and fodder The cool weather being very welcome Mrs Bessie McClure of Paris who has been visit ing her mother the past week went to Lebanon Junction Wednesday to visit Mrs Fannie McClureS H Martin and wife spent Sunday at the home of Elmer HoukMisses Ila Carson and Jalia Reynolds of Brown Memorial College spent Saturday and Sunday with home folksMrs Florence Sage and lit tle sons Robbie and Urban after a two months visit to her father and mother returned to her home in St Louis last week Mr Sage came to accompany his family home Miss Monte Martin of Mt Vernon and Messrs Alf Griffin of Livingston and Geo Thompson and son Claude of Lincoln attended a number of sermons during the protractedThe meeting con ducted by Brother Karr of Keary Ky at our church last week was very instructive and proved a source of good to the church Three conversions were the results of Bro Karrs noble work besides doing much good to the church numbers The subjects spoken in the church by Bro Karr are as follows each in his good explana tory way was made clear to the people Sunday Walking in the Spirit Gal 5 16 Sunday nightProvi dential Use of Small Things Zac 4 toMondayL ecture to School Monday nigh tT h e Momentious Word Eternity Isa 57 15TuesdayThe More Ex cellent Way i Cot 12 3rTees day nightThe Balance Sheet Loss and Gain in Religion Math 16 2 52 6WednesdayT- hetP of Influence after Death nightIAgrippa Acts 26 29 Thursday Justification Faith Acts 13 cThursday uixhtCase o f Conversion of Lyddia Acts 16 14 Frid ySeeking Things Alcove Col 3 ISaturdayP re c io u S Promises 2 Peter 13Saturday- nightDivine Drawing Power of God John 644SundayBapt- ismSunday nightWells of 3Mandat99 Monday uightThe Churchs Banner PsI 20 5 BURNSrBy applying an antiseptic dress andosetsYma thekThis is the greatest discovery and surgeryChamber1ains this same principle It is an qnti EndIt also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger from blood PainBalmyou time and money not to men tion the inconvenience and suffering Such injuries enTail For sale by Chas C Davis leading drug giat contributionura representation at the Jamestown f centennial celebration next year was received by R E Hughes Secretary of the Commercial Club says the Courier Journal It sin thee form of aoq dollar bill and was donated by J ft Mount a bus Insaccompanying the contri bution Mr Mount expressed the hope that be would be one among 25 or 50 of his home town to make a like contribution He also said that he hoped that everY city town and village in the StateJ would catch the fever as soon as ossibleIand begin sending contributions AN AWFUL COUGH CURED girlnleft her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing jUt like one with the coughand wouldnoegetwel1ftt Remedywhichstopped coughing and got stout fat 8ussardrukerI11 t CIiN i ot i wtIY ruittJr n i 1 f r rhr V TTI b s i L I d r Ii riit iJ- JJi z f j J I MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY OCT 12 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on ajMfraiionI DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln A VINNTNG TICKET US SENATOR JAMES MCCREAItY of Madison GOVERNOR i No B HAYES of Bell SEORETA11Y OF STATE HUBERT VREELAN1 of Jefferson AUDITOR HENRI 31 BOSWORTH of Fayette TREASURER RUBY LAFOON of Hopkins ORNEYGENERAL LILLARD H CARTE of Anderson- SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN STRUCTION- E A GULLION- of Henry COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE J W NEWMAN of Woodfbrd CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison THE editor of the Interior Journal should not take bad spirits down to keep good spirits up in his en deavor to place a prop under the Beckham Hager machine Bad spirits always produce bad dreams and ghostlike visions hence Brer Walton beware Senator McCreary is a neighbor of the editor of that splendid journal he was born and reared in the adjoining County of Madison The people of Madison and Lincoln are closely allied their interests are almost identical Some of Madi sons best men andwomen hay r married in Lincoln and vice versa With the good people of Madison and Lincoln supporting the Interior Journal why should its editor use its columns toward defeating i t possible his neighbor frend and benefactor and at the same time endeavor to thwart the will of his own constituency The Signal bears Gov Beckham no malice whatever In many regards he has made a splendid Governor and we give him full credit for what he has done but we are against him for the following reasons First Because Senator M c Creary has made a faithful repre sentative and is serving his first term as uch Second Because McCreary has been known all his life to be tem perate and a believer in temperance and for the enforcement ofall law relative to temperance Third Beca se he never ac centeda political contribution from the whiskey interests of the State Fourth Because the gambling element is Fifth BeckhamInot practice Sixth Becausewe believe that he put the lid oh in Louisville purely for the purpose of advanc ing his interests with the antisa loon people and then at the last minute bargained to lift the lid in order to gain the whiskey people Seventh Because since his election as Governor of this State he has built up a most dangerous po litical machine which if maintained will destroy the Democratic party in this State Eighth Because we believe he liasmade the tax paying public suffer in order Cto build up his raachfne and to enlarge the profits of some of his intimate friends the machine workers Ninth Because he entered into unholy and unconscionabe bar gains with reference to offices be longing to the people to defeat joe Blackburn for tha Senate Tenth Because with the Beck ham machine completely intbe saddle creating offices for some of its pokesmen and using its ma chine to defeat good Democrats Lwhodo not belong to the machine t Kentucky will soon go Republican f AT the Republican Convention L f bejd at Lawrenceburg on Wednes day oflast week for t epurpose I fcdommating rJ a candidate for Con jiwiIF gress Judge L W Bethurum the present Judge of the Rockca tle County Court was declared the nominee The nomination came as quite a surprise to him as it was generally understood that either Mr James of Mercer county or the Hon N D Miles ot Jess mine would be the nominee But the truth of the whole matter is neither of the three wanted to be made the sacrifice and the first two gentlemen mentioned out by urging and slippedI Judge Bethurum on accout of his not being allied with either the Bradley or Yerkes factions was the only solution of the problem The better solution that those gentlemen could have offered as means for sidetracking that there is no showing or possible chance to de feat the Long Sycamore from HangingFork We have not an unkindword to say of Judge Be thurum but we want to urge upon every democrat to keep in mind the Congressional race and not lose sight of it on account of the State primary and the U S Senators race but on the 6th day of next month go to the polls and cast your vote for the Hon Harvey Htlm The fact that this is an off year and so much interest centered in the primary that the republicans in many of the Congressional districts are hopeful that the demo crats will overlook the Congress ional race and they will be able to slip in their candidate and it is very important that the democrats in the Eighth as well as elsewhere keep this important fact in mind A DRUMMER dropped into Hodg ensville the other day with a thirst and found that there were no sa loons in town He applied to the druggist for a drink of red liquor The druggist asked him if he was sick and receiving the reply that he was not told him his only chance was to get snakebit The druggist said there was a den of rattlesnakes about four miles from town The drummer went out and in abot two hours came back He looked weary and was quite dusty He had nothing to say until the druggist asked him what was the matter He said he had hunted up the rattlesnake den and found thatthe shakes all had engage merits for bites for six months in advance and guessed that he would have to go dry Elizabethtown News BUT little has been said of the minor State offices to be voted for at the coming November election so little that many of the voters do not even know who the several candidates are Senator J W Newman of Woodford county can didate for Commissioner of Agri culture and Editor E A Gullion of New Castle candidate for Super intendent of Public Instruction are two of the candidates whom we want to commend to tbe voters of our county as worthy of vour sup port and gentlemen whom we trust you will see cause to support Every man should give every other man the same right which he claims for himselfthe right to think and speak his sentiments however there are some who are so narrow between the eyes as to be lieve there is only one side to any- questionthe way they see itand are ready to find fault with those who take the opposite view AT the top of our editorhl rol uuin appear the names of the candidates who look good to us Read the list over cast your vote for them Oil the 6th day of November and we will guarantee that von will never have cause to regret hiving done same n THRRE are two strong rCq ons whv democrats should be present at their votin nhes oi the 6th of next month Fire to oist vonr vote for the Hon Harvey Helm forCongress second to give the Hon Tames B McCreary as big a majority in Ronkcastle as possible State of Kentucky ADJUTANT GENERALSOFEICrt Frankfort March 21 1906 Judge John M Lassfng Burlington Ky Dear JudgeVYour letter to hand Dont be alarmedabout the State Journals charges of bribery against the rec tifyers or at Gov Beckham hint for an investigation YOJ are right it might embarass too and Beckham and all of us know it We know there has been dirty work among the rectifyers but we t are just using that to bluff them to pass the tax bill for we must have money to meet the big increatd appropriations or the voters will kick out So you see outward looks dont count for much and the Chief knows what he is doing We will get more money by this deal keep the country people in line and then welljget the icctifvers and others back so as to still hive the city organizations safe The temperance bill was worked the same way Ve all fought that bill but when we cnv one bad to pass and that passing the County Unit Bill withall the big cities ex empt will satisfy the liquor people in the big cities and the temperance folks in the country and safely put politicsIgoods to both sides Beckham will do uow as then and therell he no investigation either With kindest regards I am Very truly your friend PERCY HALl The above isa copy of a letter published by Col Noel Gaines in he monthly magazine edited by him at Frankfort entitled The Crusader This purports to have been written after the adjournment of the Legislature last winter Ha ly denies that he wrote the letter and says is is a forgery The editor of the Frankfort Call publishes the letter and says he has seen the signature and it is genuine Col Gaines says he would have pub lished a fac simile of the letter and Halys signature except for the fact that Haly bluffed the punishing house which prints the Crusader into refusing to publish the letter and made them hold tip the cuts that were in their posession so Gaines could not get them for this issue Gaines says the letter published is a true copy of the original and that he will publish a halftone cut of the letter in his next issue It the letter is genuine and our readers can judge for themselves without any comment from us it is a revelation of the most damnable piece of hypocrisy and treachery every perpetrated upon the people of any State It reveals a ne t of political pirates who for chicanery and demagogery have no equals in the annals of history If the dou ble dealing and trickery revealed in this letter is true the writer and all connected with it deserved to be brandedas the most unscrupulous cbarltans ever known in public life and deserving of quick and lasting oblivion NEWS ITEMS Emperor William has offered a prize foi an international balloon race to take place October 14 The Kentucky Grand Lodge I O O F convened Tuesday in Harrodsburg with 483 delegates present A class of 300 had the Grand Lodge degree conferred up on them Whisky men of Versailles have filed suit contesting the local op tion election recently held in Wood ford county endeavoring to prevent the election being binding in the city of Versailles In the presence ofsixy pupils of the South Euclid school in Clev land Harry Smith shot and killed Mis Mary Shepeid a teacher who hadrefused to marry him When about to be arrested at his home two hours later Smith shot him self through the head dying in stantly Much legai argument and litte actual progress marked the hearing of the Standard Oil case on the 2nd day of the proceedings at Finley Ohio The rulings of the presiding judge on objections to th character of the prosecutions evi deuce upheld the representatives of the State imledtheir respective precincts in Mont gomery county one year ago and who allege they were deprived of office by Judge James Hargts have petitioned the Hon Lewis Mc Quown and the members of the Democratic State Central Commit tee for a rehearing pf their cases A decision to complete work on tile Panama Canal by contract has finally been reached by the commission in charge of the undertak ing A statement giving the rea sons will be issued in a few days President Roosevelt is known to support the commission in its position and Monday had a long confer ence on the subject with Chairman Shouts L Time State Printing Commission met Wednesday in Lexington and while nothing was given out understood sweeping changes mayI be suggested even to repealing certain laws governing the matter Gen J Franklin Bell is to command the American military forces in Cuba Gen Funston will leave Saturday with Sectretaries Taft and Bacon and the affairs of the Cuban will be left in control of Gov Magoon and Gen Bell Wednesday was a National holiday in Cuba but it was not celebrated with any great enthusiasm As the result of the alleged em bezzlement of roi 0000 by Manu vl Silveria of the firm representing it at Havana the big banking and mercantile house of J M Bebalios Co made an assignment in New York City Wednesday Silvena is said to haveleft Cuba on his own steamer with his wife andchidren for parts unknown In a speech on the race question at Lagrange Ga Gov elect Hoke Smith said that but for the Four teenth amendment negroes would be restricted in Georgia as are the Indians by the National Go ernment He advocated stricter vagrancy laws and said Vie blacks should be taught that honest labor on their part is more important than knowledge acquired from bookIFor backache and rheumatism use Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Cleanse and purify the blood A weeks treatment for 25 cents Sold by Chas C Davis of of sell cash irr id th 3S3oc boxes I 1 we are of come see of Up To Date Cloth ing Hats Shoes They are No other brand sold that Is better and that SHOE Try pair and see Dry Goods line is Il you saw before in dress of and they are Our are new and Come day with II C Can on no tice Coffins have E Fine 3 E by Filled 363 LAND STOCK AND CHOP W H sold to D Purcell several head of cattle at a fair price W M of repre senting a large stock dealer of La Follette Ind has been here for IieVPV week exhibiting a fine coach stallion for the purpose of selling The horse was Drought from Germany and is certainly a beauty Mr has been endeavoring to make upa stock company to buy the horse hut so far has met with no great success The price placed on is 3000 00 We certainly hope he be successful as Rock castle is sorely ihmed of in its ISnow fell Wednesday in all sections of but the flakes were scattering the fall was everywhere light The day was un seasonably cold throughout the State and in many sections of the country the October temperature record was broken About six inches of fell throughout Northern Indiana Heavy frosts were Wednesday morning in various parts of South Heavy snows fallen in the are additional reports of damage to the interests on the great lakes Gov Taft issued a amnesty decree pardon every serious crime which has L r I iV J j I Vcicc 4 C 7 5 3coE4x r 11 I F Rrueger Son f Ffft Having bought out the stock goods F A Sons we will in the future for only T aWe wish to thank those who have patronized us so the pnst and at the same time ask those indebtI K ed to the old firm to call andsettle at Q LJ Hoping to have a liberal pofyour cash busi K ness in future we beg to remain S i Yours for cash business only W I F KRUEGER AND W H KRUEGERV MT VERXON KENlUCKYJ 3Ji3ec 383 J1 J n i To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo gmnine Tablets Seven Minion sold in post 1 2 months This Signature v = m LEST YOU FORGET That the leadingmerchant llockcastle county our new line and simply swell for a flit beauty durability the lj a for yourselfI perfectI Our complete Such r as necer goods all pefectly uptodate prices astonishing givingstylishVspend a pleasant usmA1 HIATT In HIATT KENTUCKY j n rH 3Vernon furnish shore Metalic and Caskets and = done attached wire No Cox Tye Barbourville him rye him that will imprve- ment Kentucky and snow reported the have Northwest and there shipping Wednesday sweeping ing Krueger liberally please ttttttttttttttyttttttttttttt Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AN- DPUNERAL DIRECTOR I Mt Kv IStock Complete Embalming Hearse ORDERS Promptly EPhone S 1c liU1U111H1UUUH1Ul1U1UUUl1UUUUUUU1Ul UHUU1U1U1Uh J horsesV S onceV FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults pOOlbleodThese diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means o overcoming then jcocllitl oi makes the best and healkhiesi at and SCOTTSMULSJON the easiest and most effective iorm of cod liver oil Heres a uitural order of timings that isfRSerofula andconsumptipn More it more weight more nourish uent tht why Send for free sample SCOTT BOteNE Chemists 4094J5PearrStred New YorkV and 100 u tt it uAUdrugafal been the outgrowth of the recent Cuban revolution Goy Taft said Tuesday that prasticalfy all the American warships would be withdrawn soon He issued a statement to the officers of the marines advising them that they are not to take tivevrt in suppressing dis elemergen i l I rVIVrVA in Two every box25c JONAS McKENZIE r IIINotions CLOTHING iWe allIcarrry a full lineof Clothing that will suit sizes and agei Our goodsare right and our prices are right Years very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS NlcKEKZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how itmallRO mattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNON appliestRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left thebankand not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashierJ IIANEW BOOK iJTHE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE oiKENTUCKY conditionsi 1w Keep the bowels open when you have a cojd and use a good remedy to allay the inflamarion of the mu cous membranes the best is Ken nedvs Laxative Honey and Tar It tastes Sole by Qhas C Davis J Cures Crip Days on with This the first and only account published l H Haney the He has divided the book into ten chapters entitled as follows Who They Are Location Social Conditions Feuds Indus ries The Public School Sec ondary Education It Politics Religion Ol1tJonkeach one ofwhich is ably discussed WeeksEvery read this book 16fullhandsomelybound gold III= =w = = thefciwII Iand Foleys Honey and Tar cures the expeilstheguaranteedDogenuine in the yellow package 0 ArtT4IIptue leRstTbsKidYoii Kaiklt j fi 1 J I ltV ff I i Vi t r t r MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY OCT 12 1906 Z9 Call up No 70 whenyou vint to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 0Ca R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p w 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONALev Miss Rose McFerron is very low with typhoid Marion Denham was with home folks this week Judge Lair has been quite sick for the past week Atty C C Williams was in Cincinnati this week Dr and Mrs Lytle Adams are with relatives at Wilton Mrs Sue Henderson of Parks yule is with relatives here Born to the wife of C B Hend erson Sunday a fine girl baby Judge P D Collier will move to Lincoln county the first of next monthGrover Johnson who has been very ill with pneumonia fever is improving Mrs Matilda Houk is visiting her sister Mrs Jane Bloomer in the country Mrs Jim Tate of Brodhead spent a few days this week with Mrs Alice Tate Judge L W Bethurum spent Saturday until Monday with rela lives in Middlesboro Mr M C Miller was taken very sick Tuesday It is feared that he had a slight paralytic stroke We are glad to know that W H Baker is doing so well in the mef cantile business at Langford John Menifee of Stanford pass ed through town Wednesday with a pair of mul es en route for Lon donviMiss Alza Thompson of Mt Ver non spent several days with the family of Mr Robert Thompson of the East EndInterior Journal Mr and Mrs W J Spark- spentSaturday until Monday i Cincinnatiwhere they went to place their daughter Miss Fannie in the Conservatory of MusicCCossie Sutton left Tuesday for Level Green to open up his new stock of goods Cossie is deserving of success andwe sincerely trust that his efforts will not be in vaintMrs M Pennington has return ed from Asheville N C and is now with the Doctor at Bertha She has gained about fortyfive pounds and is in better health tha she has been for years Allen Pope Briscoe while wres ling with one of the students in the Brown Memorial School yard Monday was accidently throw- breaking his collar bone He is progressing nicely at this issue LOCAL Gov Beckham will speak Stanford next Tuesday The first snow of the season fellI Wednesday the earliest in many yearsWANTEDAbout 500 binds good blade fodder and tops Can at this office The call for the election in the Bond issue will be found ou the 4th page of this issue FOR SALETwo large Burk yshire sows and one milch cow f JW C SYMPSON Pine Hill ky Work of laying the c blocks on Fishs new storeJ yrcbleiteroare doing work f f rWe want to urge upon four farm XT the importance of being present i JPe Farmers Institute which Convenes here next Tuesday and onTuesabe sufficiently interested to come back onWednesday half doz en or more practical farmers will be present an ddelivet lectttreszs I HELLO LOUISVILLE Mt Ver non new has telephone communi cation with Louisville over the Independent home telephone lines The cement blocks for Jone- Fishs new store haveat last been completed and the work of election is now progressing rapidly From all appearance this promises to be out of the prettiest storerooms in town The directors of The Bank of Mt Vernon met on last Saturday and declared the usual 10 per cent dividend besides putting 100000 to the surplus leaving an undivided profit of over 600 This is indeed a spjendid showing and speaks well for the management of that in stitution Mt Vernon at last seems to be on the up hill march Enterprise has been creeping in until now on ery side we see the hand of progress and thrift Work is progressing on the new pike over the town hill the old road to the Spout Spring is being improved and the water works are in perfect oper ation in the county jail LAST NOTIIEIfa sufficient number do not respond by Nov i to justify the reorganization1 the Rockcastle Burial 1abthen what money collected will be refunded and the Association will have to fail through Dont wait to see what some one else is going to do but pay your own assessment fit is your iHtenI tions to do so at all and by so doing the organizers can have some idea of what to depend upon NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS D u e notice has already been servedon the taxpayers of Rockcastle that all taxes not paid by Nov 1st the penalty will be added which in all will be about 20 per cent on the dollar and besides all taxpayers who have not paid their taxes will be reported to the county court clerk and tax warrants will be issued immediately I or one of my deputies will be in my office at all times to receive taxes R L MCFRIiRONvoSheri of Rockcastle TELEPPNE The Rockastle Home Tel pho 1eCo has just completed iuew metalic circuit between Mt Vernon and Lancaster which greatly improves the ce to Louisville Lexington an all other Central Kentucky points Direct connection will be made with Knoxville and East Tennessee points during this month via Bar bourville and Jellico The allsold wires will be removed and new ones installed and new phones put j within the next ten days The ConwayBrusb Creek Langford line will be rebuilt and new wirrs strung from end to end by the middle of next month and with other added improvements Rockcastle will have a splendid telephone system Elec engineer H V Bastin is in charge of the work W M Stanley will do the work on the Conway line nDEADAt midnight Wednesday night the soul of J C Carmical de retward beyond the Jordan Conscious up to the last and with a prayer on mannpassed into Eternity His life ha been a model one the life of a per fect Christian a child of God He was born May the 7 1838 in Pu atlaskt count close to where Somer set now stands At the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted in th Union army making a loyal an faithful soldier until he was over taken by the ravages ofsmallpo wao1863 at whic- timehe settled in Mt Vernon year later he was married to Mis Harriett Ferguson which unio was blessed with eight children five ofivbQm are living two and three girls C K Carmical Carmical Mrs Kittie Smith Mr Sallie Soward and Mrr Nanni- Harp For nearly half a centur he has been a minister of the Gos worthwasY Yeaterchartheat of his death had charge of the congrega CarIone our t zens and it is with the deepest r gret that we Jidl1im goodbye as he goes to meet his rather The funeral services will take place in the Baptist church this afternoon at 130 oclock after which the body wiUb1aid to rest in the Presby terian cemetery VVV Attorney W E Evans was in Cicinnati last week to buy furni ture for the new law firm of Wil liams and Evans The offices will LondonLaurelsCounty Local The contract was let on last Sat urday nigt to J W Rider for the construction ofa turnpike fr m re railroad crossing at depot to the top of town hill contract price 500 The work of construction has begun Monk Taylor ot this place was in Jellico when the dynamite explosion occurred and assisted in taking care of the wounded and recovering the remains of the k ed He says no left hands were found Harry Taylor was standing on one side of table when Rey holds was killed on the other side they were washing dishes in a res taurant A piece of pig iron was blown to Saxton a distance of three miles where it fell on top and passed down through a house A three acre cornfield hadall the blades and ears stripped from the stalk Taylor says most of the people claim that the car of pig iron bumping against the load of dynamite caused the explosion however the exact cause will prob ly never be known The case of James C Hocker o Livingston againts the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co on ap peal from Boyle Circuit Court was affirmed by the Court of Appeals last week Hocker who was employed as a telegraph operator at Latonia Kv received personal injuries in 1898 for which he sued the company for 10000 On the first trial of the case the jury gave bim 2500 from which the rail road appealed The case was re versed and sent back Ito the Boyle Court for new trial On the second trial Judge Bell ordered a jpre mptory instruction for the railroad company from which Hocker appealed and in the last appeal the Court of Appeats sustained Judge Bells decision This has been long and hard fughtcase and in lved some important principles of railroad law The attorneys engaged were Hon Robert Harding Rawlings 8c Vorisi and Green Vanwinkle for Hocker and forthe railroad company were Judge R McDowell Chenault Hugely an WarfieldDanvilld e EXCITING SHOOTINGAT BEREA Report were current here Mon day that Horace Beatty had shot and killed S E Welch a prominent merchant there Thee tele phone operators there couldnot verify the report but later Sheriff Broadus swore out a warrant for Mr Welsh after P B McBryde reached Richmond nursing a wounded arm charging Mr Welch with having shot him Propped up in the bed at the Ho tel Glyndon P D McBride of Louisville Agent of tbeN Y American Silk and Embroidery Co gave the Climax the following statementHorace Beatty and I called on Mrs A T Fish and daughter Sunday evening While there Mrs Fish left the house and her locatesWe went into the back yard and while there Welch and Mrs Fish returned to the house Welch coming on out the back way I reached a spot near WelcheBeatatv was some distance behind andxThrees ushleftABeatsaY not as Welch was be tween us One of the shots I fired armshitWshiningq teleeMrYany thing about the shooting Late Monday evening WeldrpublicationMr tinrTueseThe report of the State Treasur Septemberon hand amounts to 68708152 added j OYAL Sakiitf ABSOLUTELY PURE Healthful cream of tartar derived SOlelY from grapes refined to absolute purity is the active principle of every pound of Royal Baking Powder Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder renders the foodremarkable both for its fine flavor and healthfulness No alum no phosphate which are the principal ele cheapbakingare derived from bones rock and sulphuric acid IMPORTANT RULING A dispatch from Washington says Commissioner Yerkes oftht Internal Revenue Bureau said Wednesday reltive to the action o the Superior Court of Raleigh N C of committing Internal Revenu fofanswer tive to applications for Unite States government liquor license that Mr Duncan will be sustaine by the government in his position and if he is imprisoned that Unite States Attorney Raleigh will imme diately take steps to secure his re lease on habeas corpus Mr Yerkes added that every de cision of the Snpreme Cour of the United States and all Federal courts uniformly have sustained internal revenue officers for refus ing to answer questions of any king in regard to the business of theii officesThis is a very important ruling for local option territory as under the Farris law the possession of government license to sell liquor i1 prima face evidence of guilt and many indictments and fines have been inflicted under that construc tion of the law If the Collector will not tell who has government license it will be much harder to violationdTHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUF KENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEY DTAA led Clover Blossom and Honey Bee ou Every Boltla TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refunc the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS CAS CJ iABears Signature of A I ooaoooooj Fall Styles The Styles Are Changed YOU WANT THE NEWEST AND LATEST I HAVE IT 8 ALL T- FiFashionable Shades ANDf Desgns In Fall Millinery i Mrs ClEO WI BROWN MT VERNON KY NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS I LABEL THE COLLAR r k WWW SHIELD b d a NAAAAA uf- AAA WEARS WELL 44 m Your Clothing Costs Nothing P If you buy the Shield Brand compared to the cost of inferior made garments at a like or even higher price claim ed to be as good EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED Itr Just opened a complete line of Fall arid Winter Shoes We want to sell them We can certanly satisfy the most fastidious We insist on you when you need that new pair of Shoes that you shouldnot overlook the fact that Star Brand Shoes Are Better and we know that you will be satisfied with the fit and style these Shoes have to them t I sbowingIHas no equal It is made of the best stock of Patent Vieiwith fancy undressed kid top and is strictly a high whoI1 dress well 1 IForThis line of Shoes is made of the Best Box Calfstrong and sturdy as a battlehip com fortable as a glove They will wear long enough to suit you no matter how much you kick I oIY s IrSHOESARE Mens d 3 0 0lssess 1 50 I Ladies 175 Childs 125 Star on the Heel insures your protection Make My Store Your Headquarters While in Town FISHSCASH E I Church Si Mt Vernon CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought II Bears the Signature of LQL 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 esqe summer resorts whichare located along the line of the Den ver Rio Grande The Scienic Line of the World Tery low ex cursion rates and Circle tour tickets 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 cle tours through the Rocky mountains one of which is the fa mous iooomile tour for 2800 which comprises more noted seen 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 arron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge This trio can be comfortably made in five days but st least ten days should be devcted to it so that one may view at leis ure the principal sights Tickets at very low rates are 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 True and tried friends of the familyDewitts Little Early Ris ers Best for results and best to take Rosey cheeks and sparkling eyes follow the use of these dependable little pills They do not gripe or sicken Sold by Chas C Davis RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND r FERTILE SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR X15 AND RENTS FOR 85 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and North ern Louisiana is the fact that clear ed land rents for5 per acre cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 rer acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high rental value Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtahles and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 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 peg acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling flue water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can bebought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out a location De scriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Mountain System Lines sellreduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays oteach month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with overs For descriptive literature- time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Passenger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mat Kodol for Dyspepsia Digests you oat k KILLTHCOUOH ANDCURETHELUNCS WITH DrKings New If ONSUMPTION OUGHSaMl os Prfct B0 ft10FIH TrW Oirribtrah8ZOATT Iii oeXOZZT ZIC ti i Baby had a little pain againMother Father said It cant he beat Cascasweet is a vegetable corrective for the stomach and bowels oftbabies and children Contains no opiates and the ingredien s are on each and every bottle Pleasing to take Sold by Chas C Davis ELECTION CALL ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT Whereas 15 per cent of the legal voters of Rockcastle county hath made application by written petition to me Judge of the Rockcastle county Court to order an election to be held on the 6th day of No vember 1906 at the various voting places in said county for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of said county as to whether or not they desire an appropriation of 2400000 to be secured by selling bonds of the county to be payable at the option of the county at any time within 25 years from date of their issue and to bear a rate of interest not greater than 4 per cent per annum from date until paid and not to be sold at a price less than their par value for the purpose ofraising money to build and maintain turnpikes and gravel roads in Rockcastle County said bonds to be paid as well as thiir interest by means of levying a tax ofnot to exceed 15 cents on each 100 worth of taxable property in each year ill said county each year until same are paid Said election is now ordered to beheld at the next regular election which is on the 6th day of November 1906 The Sheriff of the county is hereby ordered and directed to open a poll at each and all the voting places of the county afore said for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters on said question The Sheriff of said county will cause to be pub lished in the Mt Vernon Signal a paper publishedand having a general circula tionin said county a copy of this order for at least four weeks prior to the day of the electionL BETHURUM J R C C This Oct 10 1906 CAUTION Persons when traveling should exercise care in the use drinking water As a safe guard it is urged that every traveler secure a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy before leav home to be crried in the hand luggago This may prevent distressing sickness and annoying de lay For sale by Chas C Davis leading druggist- STRAYEDA male Poland China hog weight about 150 pounds crop off the right ear and a slit in the same ear Liberal reward for return J J McCALL Maretburg Ky FOlETSIiOmYANDT Cures Colds Prevents Pnn monia STEVEISf You want to HIT what you are at r be it bird beast or target Make your shots count by the For years ARMS have carried off for AC Our line i It7ou press rerd O WHEN YOU SHOOT If aiming shooting STEVENS STEVENS PREMIER HONORS CURACY Rifles Shotguns Pistols Dlerlnl 4ct5In z4onge olcomuiete stampsI willbeis Stevens Arms Tool Co PO Box 4096 CHICOPEE PALLS MASS USA ONLY RAtLRO- ADSOUTW EQUIPPED WIT- HAUTOMATIC tt ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS fND SOUTHERN RAILWAY rnOK CINCINNATI TO All IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast ad Southwest HOUESCEKEIS SALE 1oiInfwinafen snd Rates Addreu HCKINtiiCPTA jll E Main Bt Lexinirton Ky W JUflARRETTt General W RINEARSON P aaquJ riv i QUAIL Rev A KGoocb filed his ap poiittment at Bethel SundayV- M Owens and Jacob Elder will a singing school at Ottenheim this fall W T Taylor Proctor are doing some for Mr Glute of near carpenlingII Much wheat is son in the countyMrs O A Gentry stilt continues betterJoe Logsdon better known as Emit says he will leave for Somerset soon The Broughton saw mill at Captains isi doing a fine business Elbert er is still on the matrimonial list A BADLY BURNED GIRL or boy man or woman tis quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salve is applied promptly G T Welch of Teconsha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all kinds of injuries and find it perfect Quickest pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at all drugstore- sN0TIcEAnyone holding claims of any kind against the estate of William Leece deceased will please present same to me at once proper ly provenGRANVILLE LEECE Admr sep 28 4t 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 S C FRANKLIN BLOOD POISONING results from chronic conetipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They re move all poisonous germs from the system and enfuses new life and vigor cure sour stomach nansia headache dizziness and colic with out griping or discomfort 20 cts Guaranteed by ail druggists Te Help You to Sr id MAKE IfOH2 0vngarrnngd for excceuii v clubbing raus with publish the best and most popular pub tamS in the United Staes Dai kly and 3tontly we are iic dy to Sil orders at from Thir Fifty per cent less than the ar prices giving Subscribers nefit of the lowet clubbirgi at tne time allowing liberalci rion to Solicititg Auints- o adv rise our iifv c ud e tilt cot vhicli w the ibrriber by nn ihg tder of this item to scuda ad for Sample Copies of WEEKLY ENOUIRSR and if so- Led ii to do a 1 tie rgency wr1c ng the winter niakeapplictlUj gency It ia fact that THE E UIRER offrs more and bt tt Jirgains1 than may be had fro ther sources One offer gives 500 Worth rc nly 200 another gives a Dull tper two Weeklies and tw Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY EJCQUIPKP is worth frI five to fifty dollars to asy horse overWrite touay to Enq1I2 Comjian r Cri Oa THE OR aUAL SYRUPrFor all Coughs and assists in systonibowels A certain relief for croup- whoopingcough and all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honoy t moves the bowels contains vno Opiates The Red Clover Blos sam and the Honey Beo on every bottle kirk KENNEDY mm HGNEY TAR i Ii 0 D WITT A CO LABORATOKYOPI Sold by CHAS r Lti I Tlieiv is snore C Uirrh m this section of tot country than nil other di eases put to go her anti tint IJtlie Hst few years Vits Mip pnsid to be iiiuumblu Fur gr at inu i yurs doctors jirnnoiiijced it u local liistasi iiinl jirccrilicd local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has juov en tatarrd tu be a coitfititu iosial disei e Cliff therefore icquires constitutinnal treatment Halls Catar r Cure nmn factttred h7 F J lieii Co Toledo Ohio is the oiilv consiutional reined on the market 1t is tikfcn Jut rnally in doses from Hi ups to ujvi tespo full It acts directly on blood mId mucous surfaces Jof the s stein hey oiler one hundred dollars for any cse it fails to cure Send for circulars and testi oninls Addr ssRJ 1IENFY t CO Tocdo O Sold by Drugtjists 7ie Take Halls Family Pills for constipato- nWANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territor Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant positu n permunent Fi investmen or experience requir ed Spare time valuable Write atonce for full particulars and engclose selladdressed envelope dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St Chicago Ifan article is imitated the orig inal is always best Think it over and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamed on every box Good for exzema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALE Several hundred feet of 2 inch piping J T ADAMS sep28 tf Mt Vernon Ky Delegates to the State Develop meat convention have begun to ar rive in Winchester and it is ex pected the attendance will he large with State immigration as the most important subject to he discussed Five Ohio bridge companies sur rendered their charters as a result of the ouster suits filed by Attor ney General Ellis at Bcllefontaine All the other companies except one have left the State A CARD This is to certify that all drug gists are authorized to refund jour money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or rdd It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures IaGrippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Chas C Davis ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co- M VERNON KY 0 FARM No IThis farm oCHi acres located on Negro creek near Broclhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also irood orchard FARM No 4110 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 NO 5S0 acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap nearFreedoma most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain FARM NO lO Threi tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are locate near the resi dences ofeorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of ths land is hot uplandland A bargain at 3 pnrajre One third cash the balance in one and two years FOLEYS KIDNEY CUREW- ILL 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 Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 BottleREFUSE SUBSTITUTES CHAS C DAVIS 7iit lJrIMy Ran Away Dont have a falling out withIyour hair It might leave Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home j Fasten it tightly to your scalp j You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food Tho best hind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years oLlado YJc Ayer Co I lisas Alllo riauucturara of 0 uersS PILLS VANTEDSchool having new attractive proposition wishes ener etic 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 NOTHING TO FEAR The question of injurious substances in medicines which has 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 injurious This remedy is not only perfectly sate to give t small children hut is a medicine of greaiworth and merit It has a world wide reputation for its cure ocoughs colds and croup and can always be relied upon For sale by Chas C Davis leading druggist Plans for the permanent organi z tion of policyholders in the two great life insurance companies will be considered at a meeting calle I for Lexington Friday The cong mittee to arrange t he organization has been appointed RESULT OF NEGLECT In mcst cases consumption results from a neglected or improp erly treated cold Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and presents eiious results It costs von no mor than the un known preparations and you shouM jtmist upon having the genuine ii the yellow p ickage Clias C D J rodhead Mclrbe- IJorlq BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments- and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manage fewari r Iron I p Fence Cheaper than wood Will last a lifetime Ulglesllward Wrlde faIr toils MARr ItOH mrs ftp CINCINNATI O ot Iron Fence fa our cala lojae prices will surprise iou Call aee us AN IDEA- LVACATION TRIP T- OYELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip 1Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Cretk Garden of the Gods Mani tou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lalie City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 6 34 DAYS 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 1907 Barreet Ayenue Louisvill t r SPIRO Mr G W Brown and daughter Miss Alzi attended the dedication at Humble Grove church Sunday ILittle Miss Dortha Owens is hiljscarlet feverMr Grauvslle Owens and wife ntBroJhead were H Owens Monday IMiSSeSalia Brown and Ethel visiting at Mt Ver j non SundayMr Jim ckinney spent last Saturday night with rel atives at Hansford Mr Scy Owens is very sick at this wiiling Rev Metcalf wife spont last Sunday with audI and Mrs Fred HahnMiss dette Owens ofBrodbead was vis iting friends at Spiro Saturday Sunday and MondayMrs Lucy Burton and son George spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bill OwensMrs Alex Wells and daughter were visiting the family of Mr John Hamm SundayW- H Owens has just received full line ot shoes If you want good shoes and good bargains call on W HOwensat Spiro Kv DANGR FROM THE PLAGUE Theres great danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discover for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Mrs George Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people liviug in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly encs them It prevents pneumonia cures Lagrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and May FeverS and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds SOC and moo guaranteed by all druggist Trial bottle free 5 FARMERS INSTITUTE The Rockcastle Farmers Insti tute will he held at the Court house in Mt Vernon Tuesday and Wednesday Oct IG and I7 1906 under the auspicies of the Commission of Agriculture The object of this meeting is to organize a Fanners Club Kinetoscope pictures of William R Hearst and phonographic reproductions of his speeches are to be sent to rural communities fin New York State where Mr Hearst will be unable to apoear in person thatito in these days re quires strcngthwith mindand nody in tune A man or woman with disordered digestive organs is not in shape for a da vs work or a days play How can they expect to win Kodol for Dysp pia con tnius the digestive jt ices of a healthy stomach and wil put your stomach iu shape to per orm its important function of supplying strengthbuilding eat relieves indigetion dyspepsia sour stomache palpitation of the heart and constipation Sold by Chas C Davis W A CARSON PainterPaperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH GOS line of WALL PAPER ROOM ETClLet us make you an estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky 5 FirstClass I Work j OFFICE At residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT JOFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 3 MeCLRY Undertaker Embalmer j ComPlete LINE of Caskets Robes c Qrdeis by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky ir ui AgctablePrraticilfCrA5 sinui1atin thFoclndRcga lintthcStoma S aldi3OWefSOt nessandR PromotcsflgeSliOflheerM1 Opium for P ilC nor Hincr 1 NoTNARCOrlIC 3ui I ildrSXUELP17Vflfl Ponnlk1 iieA- AlxSeuma litc llftttt JniseSetd Riii Iathkt4Th4Wa Aperfecl non Sour SloinachDiarrhocn Worns Convulsions Feverish ness intl Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature o- f9Z tNEW YORK EXACT OF WRAPPER a JI t w as are If can be to or to I CJl STD RIA Infants The Khid You Havel Always sought Bears the- SignaturelJ IIof Jn vise Fr Over Tiry Yga- rsfljri RJIA A Happy Home To have happy home you must have children they great happyhome makers weak woman you made strong enough bear healthy children with little pain discomfort yourself takingCARDUI I Womans Relief It ease all pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorr 1aawhites falling womb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural easy Try it At every drug store in bottles US A LETTER freely and frankly teliingus all your troubles We will send frefi advice In plain sealed envelope A dress La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Cot Chattanooga Tenn l For and Children n I r u til tij rNy rnw d a a by will and 100 WRITE Medicine DUE TO CARDUI 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 ore both doing nicely SOUTHWESTThe PROSPERITY Are you making as much oft your lallU as yon ought No Uuubt you Ittalesa living on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a gowherewhere every acre of the ground is working for you and you raise is pay ing you goodprofitsI alongthe3 r an acre YearSEE COST A trip to the Southwest woul convince your best interests lay in set l andthirdpoint in the Southwest on or viu the Cotton Belt Route at low to any Stopovers will be alluwed for you to examine very rates in any locality you are interested wonderfulcountryLCBARRY T P A GottojBelt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCJv CASTLE TO BUM Drug Stationcy Ci9ct1r Tobcco paint 01 and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A SpeciaFfg PropPHONE KY p38 GRANVILLE OWENS j i I UNDERTAKE I v IBrodhead KY 4 iw w f COl1PLETEI1NE Coffins Caskets ami Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled c f 1t J