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Published Every Friday y s I i I J ett1 ti igllIu VOLUME XX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 9 1906NU 1BER 7 ii = g PLEASE COME TO ORDER Do you know that more people trade at Bakers and the best people too than any other store in Rockcas castle county It is af factTheresAReaon For This You can learn this ngtlirig the largest and most stylish goods in every line ever shown under one roof in Rock castle county No need to quote bodyknowsBargain to offer we have it If anything showitWe are showing this week the newest things in long Coats Jackets fine furs and everything nice andnew in ladies goods Mens fine black K Ksuits and oyer1 coats Douglas Shoes and Stetson Hats If it comes from Bakers its all OK Ifyou are looking for good substantial st dish goods in any line we have them GO WHERE THE CROWD GOES Theres a reason for this You know what it j k t ISlJ 1 1-i I I irAft YM i hJ f or Hailed By ouuitae REELECTED Tick Claims Congressman in Wish Is For of to In all over the the republic gbvera over William a not only claim that i won Hughes and may There was independence to the fate newspapers Mr Hearst Mr there was offices aI independence electedThe theBronxWNew000 to 80000 In Brooklyn where Senator Patrick H McCarren made a bitter tight theborough1000 At one time it seemed that lushes had been successful in Brooklyn but the late returns were all TailmajOllIthe Bronx Great interest centered here in Nevr York in the campaign waged for tb judiciary ticket named by a committ of lawyers headed by Jos H Choa and former Judge Alton B Parke The Tammany and independent league joint ticket has won over t nonpartisan candidates by big plu ralities The indications are that the repuh licans will control both branches of the New York legislature by the majorities they now have amoIThe entire Tammany judicial has probably been elected by a majority Mr Hearst still claims to have been elected governor of New Yor kby at east 20000 plurality and charges that u attempt is being made to steal the lectiou OHIO Columbus 0 Nov 7When the political headquarters closed Chairman conIressmen 8tronll1JUslrbeen chosen Belated returns from the Ninth district are to the effect that Gen Isaac R Sherwood dem as been elected over E G McCle and rep by 300 The 17th distri s conceded by Martin L Snyder rep o W A Ashbrook dem The Fifi liBtrlct which Chairman Dick claiii d seems to be assured to T T An Jerry dem who defeated Coitrcs Han W W Campbell by a close mu ority The loth district is in doubt nd may require the official count al hough Congressman Grant Mouser iu Isis that he has 300 plurality In till ixth district the defeat of Chas Q Hldebrant rep was one of the sur rises This situation sustains Chair nan Garber in the congressional re- mIts He will not concede the llth listrIct though the incomplete returns ndicate that the odds are against him The republicans are granted a plural ty in the state of from 25000 to 40 00 but Chairman Dick says that it ilIl be nearer 75000 In Cleveland Congressman Burton made gains for ils county ticket but was defeated de isively on the general result there he Dick claim was this Information from county chairmen nd candidates for congress warrant he claim that the republicans have arrled Ohio by majorities of mote han 75000 The republican cougress aen elected are In the First Second Third Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth welfth Thirteenth Fourteenth Fi eenfh Sixteenth Seventeenth Eigh eenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twen yfirst and the democrats have a co ressman in the Fourth The Fifth an ixth are in doubt Cincinnati Nov 7The election In Cincinnati and Hamilton county had in ideal condition on weather calc ated to bring out a large vote and was such There had been predictions by orominent in both parties and some neX1travpolls closed at 530 oclock each side felt that it had won There has rarely been an election In Cincinnati that was more peaceful and ovoid of any sort of disturbance The ote was cast early probably four ftlis of the ballots having been de united by noon or not later than 1 oclock Nor did there seem tobegreat effort to get out the votes that remained to be cast after those hours The disposition seemed to be to let the people do as they pleised as tc thisThe election of the entire counts rangingLongworth and Goebel for congress pluralitiesThe JudgeSamplurality of 1347 INDIANA indicatlonsticket will not have a plurality ex ceeding 20000 It may go as low at 15000 The republicans were almost stampeded by the returns since midnight but there has been a change and the outlook now is a reputilicai victory but the smallest margin of re cent years The republicans are s amazed that they can not explain th Sixtdistrict IHeeUtlonplurality of 40000 He now says 30 000 It may not run that high H revised estimate of the legislature the republicans will have only 51 gbthebranch of the legislature The pi rality reported against Congrossmr Fred Landis may reach 2000 PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 7The most e citing campaign in Pennsylvania 25 years has ended in a triumph t Edwin S Stuart rep for governc over Lewis Emery jr democrat ai Lincoln party by a plurality that t republican leaders claim will rear from the contest for govern and other state officers the chief i Pnfdelphia for district attorney and in few of the congressional districts repre3e1Uvesin every county and state senat were chosen in 25 of the 50 districts The Incoming legislature will strongly republican although not overwhelmingly for that party as was two years ago OKLAHOMA Guthrie Okla Nov 7The cons tution of the new state of Oklahoi will be written by democrats Vern Whiting secretary of the Oklahoii republican central committee conce ed the democrats the 73 delegate while Chairman Dunn of the dem cratic committee says there wilIl at least 78 delegates on the floor the convention Republican managers admit that 0j disappolntmenThe was a practical concessio the democrats but nine Oklahom aleaderstion The Osage Nation elected two deme crats The Indians as a general rah voted the democratic ticket- ILLINOIS Chicago Nov 7Returns from the city and from the county of Cook fade cate that the republican party has car ried the city of Chicago by 40000 fo Smulski the candidate for state treas urer and the county of Cook by 30 000 As far as the returns had bee received however they indicate th election of the republican candidate in the Second Third Sixth Eight Ninth and Tenth districts In the First district the vote wr slightIIn the Fourth and Fifth districts tdemocratic candidates were slightly the lead but the returns were so nu gel as to matte the ultimate result matter of conjecture only In the state outside of Cook coun the democrats have gained two ci gressniviii Calr1 ell being elected the 21st district and Foster in the Kainey in to 20th district was indications are that the rep lican state ticket has been elected a plurality of between 100000 a 125000 KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 7Retur from a number of counties were received until after midnight and ne ly all these eater reports showed i joritics fcr Bccrivham and his net u jority according to these returns w 4100 These returns are not cc plete in every county sometimes many of the missing precincts were counties that are as strong for Creary as the others are for Beckha If this proportion holds good in l the missing precincts Beckhum w have a majority or or 7000 oihis opponent who looped like a su winner judging from the earlier r turns Hagers majority over Hays will L 10000 or more The probable makeup of the rest i the ticket is as fellows Lieutena governor South Trimble attorney ge eral John K Hendrick superinten 1rirtland auditcr Henry M BoswortL treasurer Ruby M Laffoon comma stoner of agriculture in dcubt The democrats will likely rose on asfson dem is defeated in the Third di trlct Kehoe is probably defeated i aheaddClaims of election by from 3000 t 5000 are made by the chief worker of both McCreary and Beckham thitried the city and county by 728 fluofpr reMASSACHUSETTS Boston Nov7Therepubllcans after a short but spirited campaign were victorious in the state election Gov Guild being reelected bya con- sIderably increased plurality District Attorney John B Moran of Boston candidate of the democratic and pro bition parties and Independence received a somewhat larger vote than IContinued on second page i2W 0RrAJ81 the ut- ft oill9 HallJAlwayslMpt DSAYS1ImjflkJLiA M III FOOD In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited by law because of the in jurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Alu q- in food You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum- The only sure protection agair t Alum in your Baking Powder is fo SlipplainlslJ c I RUYAL pUrtLGmpeproduct NAND STOCK AND CROP- STRAYEDA red mooley heiff years old white sreak on belly iberal reward for any informa ion leading to her recovery R B MUIUNS iov9 3t Mt Vernon Vm Arnold Sr bought of Jon s McKenzie one good horse colt rice paid too At Paris J N Mason sold to niughlin Bros 30heailof 825 Ib eves t3ccntsito Whaley toardmali 3 1300 Ib cattle at 4 25 tad three yoolb yearlings at 4 cis vt the W P Watson sale Thurs lay Win Tuttle or Clark bought 2 oead ofy25 pound feeders at 75 per hundred and six yearlings weight 850 pound at 3 56 per hun teed thaee heifers weight 800 Ibs o J N Mason at 310 per hun Ired Kenaucky Advocate October receipts of live stock at Chicago show a lose of about 1800 ar loads compared with the same nonthof 1905 There are de erases of nearly 10000 cattle 71 GO hogs and 49000 sheep but in reascs of 8000 calves and 170 orses Cattle values have been n the rise those of hogs have de lined slightly while sheep and ambsshow little change Feat ures of the month in cattle were i marked scarcity of desirable eeves and a sharp appreciation in prices the high point of the year being reached although the latter art of the month witnessed a severe reaction in medium grades lange cattle appreciated 50 cents per cwt during the month selling up to 625 Hogs sold as high as 85 but it was a 6a6 60 market for the bulk of the croy Sheep and ambs attained the same level that narked trade a year ago when the narket made such a spectacular idvance A record breaking corn crop has matured if reports now appearing ai the prints are true But there s much chaff in these reports ju is there is in the corn crop itse- this year says an expert corn raiser of Indiana It 5 undeniable that an immense yield has been produced but the quality is not up to a satisfactory standard in many sections A considerable percentage of ears is chaffy light and cons quently of low nutritive valu Unfavorable climate conditions critical stages of the crops growth are responsible for this serious imperfection It ia great nubbin year the percentage of small inferior eats is surprisingly large Un eenness as to size of ears has not been more pronounced in man v bushi heut the filling of kernels was checked by capricious weather It will as never before to give partied attention to next years seed An expert on the Chicago Ii stock market sccWqen the c untrv shipper huts a trove of he u uallv kn ws what he is doing Dickcruii on cattle hu is hard to tacklingIhave reached Chicago lately i that were bought in the country in expectation that they would realize anywhere from 7 to 7 60 per cwt yet salesmen had to use strenuous efforts to get them over the scales fat prices 75 cents to r lower A native lamb may look fat as a but tea ball but its C linquencv is re healed when the hover handles it Sixty per cent of the native lamb- are sent to the shambles under the imjression that they are finished wuereas they are thin as rats John John Georgetown houlht of G C G lddyif Wood odcounty twentyone steers lave aging 1200 lbs at 4 cents per poud At Hatrodsburg Russell Walter bought 26 1371 pound cattle from Bruce Tewmey Saturday at 4j cents They were shipped to CinntnnatibAt Cynthiana C LeBuss sold to J M Campbell of Campbellsville Henry county 38 head of fancy ex port cattle average weight 1538 pounds at 54 cents per pound At Versailes W Irvin Arnol delivered Saturday to Siuon Weil of Lexington 64 head of mixed cattie that averaged 615 pounds which were sold at 3M cents SELLS MORE OF CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY THAN OF ALL OTHERS PUT TOGETHER The following letter from a loco where Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is well known shows by the un precedented demand for it that the meritra merchant at- M t Elgin Ontario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was introduced into Canada and I ofstall shelveifmany haveIand given h to mv children and al ways with the best results For leadingdruggist aetA reduction in Pullman palace car rates of 20 per cent is demanded by the Railroad Commission Texas and another was issue Mohday for a hearing on Nov 27 CROUP A reliable medicine and one tnal should always he kept in the home for immediate use is Cham herloin s Cough Remedy It will peeve the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after ThereI l c Idren it aontains no opium or saleeby ist Mt Vernon c clt r = r Established 1887 POWDEIi BKKING I KENTUCKY CONGRESSMEN First DistrictOllie M James Democrat Second DistrictA O Stanley DemocratThird IistrictDr A D James Republican Fourth District Ben Johnson Democrat- Fifth District Swager Sherley Democrat ISixth DistrictJoseph Rhinock Democrat r j Seventh District W P Kim hall Democrat HelmsNinth District J B Bennett Republican HopkinsDemocrat Eleventh DistrictD C Ed wards Republican S100 REWARD 100 v The readers of this oaper will be plecsod Ito learn that there is at least and dreaded that science has been able to curein all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure istlfeonly positive cure noir Catarrhbeioa atarrhCureuponsystem thereby destroying the foundation patientstrength Thedcura HundredDollarscure Sends fur list of testimonials ToledooTake lulls Family Pills for constipation REPUBLICANS CARRY THREE CONGRESSIONAL DISTR FRS IN KENTUCKY THE THIRD THE NINTH AND THE ELEVENTH MAXING A GAIN OF ONE theTtate DIJ5to the theRepublican Demoiwas rev elected in the Eleventh j IN TIME OF PEACE In the first months of the siaJapan war we hada striking asp of reoorationso to speak haveofchingled their roofs i o dry Weath preparationhasus individualasprepared thfirst tntr treated as soot as it is contractedand before n has become settle in ChamberlainsCcnresofcolds and it should be kept at head ready for instant use thtlea MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 9 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising Tales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress RON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln BECKHAM it is If the majority who were counted tor him are sat isfied we will have to be W have not said a word if it were tt do over we would not say again Believing in the old adage stand bv a bad bargain as closely as to f good one we say Hurrah fo Beckham Tuesdays raa ults The result of Tuesdays election held in forty odd states show in many of the states the smallest vote cast in any election in many years Hughes republican defeated Hearst for Governor of New York by about 40000 Texas elected the entire demo cratic ticket by 250000 Arkansas elected all democratic CongressmenAll Congressmen from Florida reelected and the state ticket elected by increased majoritiesCalifornia elets a republican Governor North Carolina gave its usual 40000 democratic majority Wyoming elects a republican Governor by about 2000 Soute Dakota gives 35000 ma iorityffor the Republican ticket Democrats carry Nevada by a smallmajority Georgia gave its usual democratic majority The lucky candidates for State offices in the Ffth district primary Tuesday were J B McCreary for Senator by 7287 N B Havs for Governor by 1003 J K Hen drick for Attorney General by 2729 K A Gullion for Superin te dent o Jj Public Instruction by 499 and R C Crenshaw for Cum missioner of Agriculture by 2 900 Chairman W H Ryan of the Kansas Democratic State Central Committee claims the election of W A Harris over Gov Hoch by a plurality of between 10000 aud 30000 Chairman Crunimer of the Republican Committee claims the election of Hoch but will give no figures indicaItionsRepublican by from 45000 to 55 000 The election of the entire Republican State ticket is conceded Marion county went Republican by 5000 the Democrats electing one county candidate and perhaps twoThe election in Oklahoma Tues day was a disappointment to to the Republicans Democrats will be largely in control of the Constitu tional convention The Indians as a general rule voted the Democratic ticket Returns from Tennessee indica ted the election of Paterson Dem ocrat for Governor by at least 25000 At Democratic headquar ters in Nashville it is believed his majority will reach 35000 or 40 000 The Democrats have gainedat least two ongressmen in Illinois and the indications are that the Re publican ticket has been ejected by plurality of trom 100000 to 125 000 ations are that Sheldon RfBriliianhas been elected Gov ern ir of Nebraska by a plurality in excess of 9000 The entire Repub lieaij State ricket is elected K C Dgressmau Swagar Sherley vasreelectedfromthe Fifth dis trict by a majority of 3293 with a fey precincts missing which will add to his majority Ddward S Stuart Republican has been elected Governor of Pennsylvania over Lewis Kmervy Jr Eusionistiby a majority approxi I mating 100000 West Virginia elects a solid Re publican congressional delegation and a legislature which insures the reelection oll Senator Elkins The Democrats elected one of the Judgesof the North Dakota Supreme Court The remainder of the Republican ticket was elected The Republicans appear to have carried Delaware They will also control the Legislature which elects a Sent or Gov J O Davidson and the Re oublican State ticket is elected by estimated plurality of 40000 in Wisconsin Congressman Wadsworth Re ublican of the Thirtyfourth Nw ork district admits his defeat Chairman Dick is claiming a lurality of 75000 in Ohio for the entire Republican State ticket Late returns indicate the election f Higgins Dem for Governor of hode Island Governor Guild is reelected in vlassachusetts by over 30000 Congressman Nicholas Long vorth is re elected in Ohio There were elections in forty tvo States Tuesday Maine Ore on and Vermont having already this year selected State officers and their Representatives in the Sixti eth Congress In twentvthree States a Governor and other State fficers as well as Congressmen were chosen in three States minor Hate officers or Judges of the Su preme Court and Congressmen vere voted for and in nine Con ressmen only were elected The Iowa Democratic Commit tee concedes the election of Gov Cummins Republican by 50000 The Democrats elect two Congressmen The Legislature is Republi canThe Democrats have carried Missouri by a plurality upward of 7ooo electing the entire State ticket and twelve out of sixteen CongressmenFairly returns frorc twenty five counties give State hood a majority of 5900 This majority may be increased some what by later returns NOVEMBER 7 IN AMERICAN HISTORY 1609 The Half MoonlunSer ile fHudson on her return from tht discovery of New York and Albany arrived at Dartmouth England whence he forwarded tidings of his arrivaland an account of his discoveries to the directors of the East India Company at Amsterdam 1696 Third frame of government ot Pennsylvania passed by Got Matthews 1775 Lord Dunmore declared Virginia to be in a state of rebellion he pro claimedmartial law and invited the slaves to join him 1805 Lewis and Clarkes party arrived at the mouth of the Columbia river in sight of the ocean 1811 Battle of Tippecanoe The Indians under Shuwnee prophet brother of Tecumseh were defeated bv the United State troops un der Gen Harrison The Indian lost 300 killed American loss 88 killed and wounded18r4 Pensacola in Florida taken by Americans under Gen Jackson who keptcontrol of it until the Spaniards could obtain a sufficient force to maintain their neutrality from violation by theBritish 1829 Five hundred troops arrived at Tampico Mex fiom New Orleans T837 The press of the Alton Observer an antislavery newspaper deftrbv td for the third timr at Alton III by the mob The Rev EHjiv P Lovejov HIP editor was kUlel and also one of the mob 1842 William McPheeters a disting uished American divne and fur many years successful teacher of youth died at Raleigh N C 1848 Agreeably to an act of the American Congressall the drates voted for electors for President and Vice President 1861 IA great naval battle at Hilton S C when Forts Beaure gard and Walker were captured 1863 ConferlerI UTwocI dollars jeceivvrd in aid of the vht cago suffo ers 1874 The religious press iras discuss trig the probability ofa schism in the Baptist Church ever he question 01 open or closed commun ion 1884 The local officials of Hocking Valley appealed to Gov Bradley of Ohio to quell the riots caused by the strikers 1904 United States Supreme Court upheld Wisconsin antitrust law in- case of three Mlwiucefi pnper which lid combined a anst a fourth on- eTHE a WINNERS US SfiNATOR- GOV BECKHAM wins by about 6000- GOVERNoR S W HAG Gil by about 30000 ATI OItNEYGENERA- LJo11N Ii HENDIUCKS by about 25000 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION E A GULLION by about 2000 COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE J W NEWMAN For the other Sate offices there was no opposition EIGHTH DISTRICT The vote by counties in th Eighth district Congressional race B as follows HELM BETKURUM Counties Majories Majorities Anderson 400 Boyle 179 Garrard 51- ressamine 126 Lincoln 262 Madison 145 Merer 2no Rockcastle 375 Shelby 1092 Spencer 502 Helms total majority in the dis trict 2480 NEWS ITEMS Ei 1iasacipit b j iffiit tiou to send a squadron of warships to theopening of the Jame town Exposition Aoril 26 1907 An imperial edict providing fo he reorganization of the Chine Government was published in th official Gazette at Pekin Wednes layDemocratic Congressman elect ft L Favrot last night shot am tilled Dr H H Aldrich at Batoi Rouge La The cheav imitations of Foley Honey and Tar cost you the sam s the genuine in the yellow pacl tge Why then risk your health perhaps your life taking them whe Foleys Honey and Tar will cur uurcoldand prevent serious r nits It is guaranteed Chas C DavisWANTEDSchool having new attractive proposition wishes ener getic man or woman to visit towns en Kentucky Good salary and ex penses paid weekly Some knowl dge of music preferred but not essential J H MOORE Plymouth Place Chicago Hi TO CURE COLD IH ONE DAY Take LAXATINK BROMO Qui NINE Tablets All druggists refun the money if it fails to cure E Groves signature is on each box 2 cCtsSc BetterWay The tissues of the throat arc nflamed and irritated you mh and there is more irrita on more coughing You takt coughmixture and it eases the ritation for awhile You take SCOTTSEMULSION ind it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation1 cures the cold because it drives Qut the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL FREE OTT IiOWNI4e VeititSKWri LEST YOU FORGET That we are the leading merchant of Rockcastle county come see our new line of Up To Date Cloth ing Hats and Shoes They are simply swell perfectflitSHOE Try a pair and see for yourself Our Dry Goods line is complete Such beauties as you necer saw before in dress goods of all kinds and they are pefectlyuptodate Our prices are astonishing t givingnew and stylish Come spend a pleasant day with us A C1 HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY that given the democratic candidate a year ago The republicans reelected their en tire state ticket although Lieut Gov Draper fell considerably behind Gov Guild republicanboth houses and this will insure the election of United States Senator Iur completing SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston S C Nov 7The election held in South Carolina was with out incident and a very small vote was castGovFM Ansell dem and the en tire state tioet was elected the only opposition being J L Chandler who received half a hundred list otes- Sjfivea democrat 3i were sleeted nve withr UIJLS4L4- TENN ESSEE Nashville Tenn Nov 7 Reports rom over the state indicate a large anilhator governor will approximate 30000 The congressional results are W repJohnJem W C Houston dem J W Gaines dem L P Padget dem J C R McCall rep or T W Sims WGordonVIRGINIA Bristol Va Nov 7 Practically complete returns from 12 of the 14 coun ties composing the Ninth congressional district give Slemp rep a majority of about 100 The remaining counties may increase this lead but both sides claim a victory NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh N C Nov 7In North Carolina the vote was light but esti mated to be democratic by V it The Eighth district is doubtful with two counties showing democratic gains of agoThe with the democrats slightly in the lead WEST VIRGINIA Wheeling W Va Nov 7Partialreturns in West Virginia show the probable success of all five of the re publican congressional nominees by the following pluralities Hubbard rep First district 3000 or more Sturgis rep Second district by 1500 or under Gaines rep by 3500 to 4000 Woodyard rep by 2000 or under fmighes rep Fifth dist by 3 000 or mere The legislature will be republican with the present joint ballot majority of 57 insuring the reelection of Senator Elkins New Recruiting Stations Cincinnati Nov 7Lieut G Wj Steele in charge of the naval recruit ing office of this city and its various ranches announced that he receive orders to at once abolish the yerma lent substation at Columbus 0 leav in only Louisville Ky and Indian apolis Ind as regular branches of the Cincinnati district and to establish temporary offices of a weeks duration PortsmolthIClti11lcothe Columbus O and Richmond Tad Killed a Gambler dUCIIherei SIIIersbartender Kuchs jealousy over the attentions which Ferrell is alleged to j have been paying his wife led to the j tragedy j Roosevelt Gives ApprovalIWashington Nov Roosevelt has approved the arran a meats made by Col Rogers of jthe11a Psychologists In Demand Cincinnati Nov 7The federal government is going to employ psycholo gists They are wanted to study tn i cases of insanity presented in the gov ernment hospital for the insane ni Washington The yearly salary Li 1500 The Castellane Divorce Paris Nov 7 Sensational dcvelcjv ments are anticipated at the hearing of the Castellane divorce suit Con vinced that all hope of a reconciliation has gone forever It apparently is in tention of counts attorneys make a vigorous attack on countess witneses The VanderbIlt Cup New York Nov 7Wm JL Vander representinterest thn the International Automobile conference tUAI 111ISl ar rId777 cs 1i1gh s 1 rWs offered by democrats on Gov Sparks the democraticsilver party nominee who is undoubtedly elected over Jag F Mitchell rep- Florinda Illaris Guilty New York Nov 7Miss Florindi llarios who has been on trial in the Somerset county court at Somerville N J charged with the murder of Alex ander Dipoalo has been found guilty of manslaughter by the jury Mob Attacks Negro Cincinnati Nov 7An infuriated mob of over 2000 people tramped and almost beat to death a negro at Flftli and Vine streets after he had shot a young white woman in defendin him self from the attack of a number of white men To protect the little ones and for thf information and satisfica tion of mothers the contents of chitbeen placed on every label Cas casweet is a harmless compound of wonderIstomach of babies and children CiiICASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought jBears Signature tZM9 roLEtI1irnErANDTAR Clare Colds Prevents Pneumonia 1ISTEEIS IIuatbeshots count by shooting the For years STEVENS 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Residence and business property impioved and unimproved Railroad fare refunded to purchasers within one hundred miles from Corbin Terms of sale in Lynn Camp ParkOnefourthcash balance n 6 12 18 and 24 months with six per cent interest on de 3rred payments Terms reasonable on other property THREE LOTS GIVEN AWAY ON DAY OF SALE Write for particulars MOORE OFFUTT Corbin Ky A T Forsythe Auctioneer Paris Ky 1 JONAS NtcKENZIE 4 l COME COME I U W E invite all to come and see us At my store you Iwill always find 1 good selection of Drv Goods and Notions CLOTHING nIlIWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE OUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK ofcMT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more- OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres W L RICHARDS Cashier A B Asst Cash A NEW BOOK THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE of KENTUCKY Relating the True History and Present conditions of the Mountain PeopleI T a o This the first and only account publishedH Haney the author was born and raised in Morgan County Ky and speaks with on his chosen subject He has divided the book into ten entitled as follows Who Tley Ate Location Social Conditions Feuds The Public School Secondary Politics Religion Outlookeach one of which is ably discussed 1000 Copies Sold in Four Weeks Every loyal Kentuckian should read this book The book contains 200 pages and 16 full page illnstatioDs It is printed in handsomelybound goldIPrice 150 Postpaid SICNAL lMTVERNON KY Willis Criffin UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL It Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete Can snort no tice Metalic Coffins and and have done Fine Hearse attached OR by wire Promptly Filled Phon No 63 To Cure a Cold in One Day bjafive Bro1llo Qwnrne TabIetsS- eWI soN12 1 J FURNISH authority chapters Industries Education L PRACTICAL DIRECTOR furnishon Caskets Embalming hERS fJ Jo Cores Cri 1Two Days JfNe1Yha e i MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov 9 1906 79 henIcute with SIGNAL I 0 Z9I 4 RR cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Elmer Lechlrher has gone bad on the road Judge and Mrs Lair ute very much better Hon N D Miles was here from Nicholasville yesterday Ve are glad to note that Capt M F Smith is able to be out again- J J McCall has returned to his place of business at Hazel Patch Mr and Mrs Robt Cox spent Sunday with relatives at Maretburg Mrs Mahala Carson is visiting her daughter Mis Dick Cummins Miss May Magee of Brodhead spent Sunday with Mrs L B Ad amsCharlie Sympson is rapidly re covering and will soon be himself againMiss Elizabeth Adams will en ter CampbellHagerman College LexingtonMr Mrs T G Reynolds of near Wildie were here Wednes day shopping- Dr D B Southard is now a citi zen of our town and we gladly welcome him into our midst Mrs L R Hughes will arrive Sunday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs F L ThompsonbJohn Maret county is telegraphing nights at the depot here while Jack Lawrence is on th sick list T A Stewart left Wednesday for Jacksonville Fla where he will locate for the practice of his professionW has sufficiently re covered from his injury sustained few weeks fince to return to his work at Corbin Miss Mat Williams and Mrs Fannie Adams returned Frida from a visit to their sister Mrs B J Bethurum in Somerset Morris Brown was down from Farriston Tuesday to vote but like many others having failed to register was compelled to winter voteWe e glad to announce that Grover Johnson one of the best boys who ever lived is on the road to recovery after a hard struggle for ten weeks Miss Richards the cooking teac er at the Langdon Dormitory h returned to her home in Ohio on account 01 iU health She hopes to be able to resume her work he the first of yearLOCAL FOR SALROne second hand pail of Jones 4 ton farm scales for sale cheap J R CASS o 263t Brodhead Ky TAKEN UPFour unmarked black and white spotted shoats weigh about forty pounds each payingdamages WILLIS ALLEN o 26 31 Orlando Ky WANTEDGoodman in each cbunty to represent and advertise cooperative department put out businessweekly expense money advanced permanent position Our reference Bankers National Bank of Chicago AddressManagerChicago Ill Desk No i CcuntyJudge AttorneyRockcastle You are hereby notified that I will at the next regular meeting of the Kentucky Board of Prison Corn missioners make application to the parolfromthe ist di y of November 1906 i JOEL SUTTLES y B rj fr4ifl SOCTEN1R POST CARDS AT FISHS CASH STORE Read Moore Offutts ad in this paper for particulars of a free trip to Corbin The Court of Claims has been in session since Wednesday They will adjourn to day W J Sparks the contractor will soon have the tunnel between auks and Livingston completed Rev McCallum will fill his reg ular appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening One week longer will complete Fishs new building which is going to be a beauty and a credit to any own DONT FORGETThat our how r1ephone has connection with Louisville and intermediate point Ni ht rates after 6p m The many friends of M 0 W limns who suffered a great loss the recent firs in Somerset will h glad to know that he is again had in business James Kennedy a son of Gro Kennedy Tuesday shot and kilter Milt Etride a merchant of Crab Orchard No particulars as to how the trouble came up S W Davis has begun the foun dation for a new building on the vacant lot between his present place pf business and the storeroom of Fritz Krueger Tuesdays election was the quiet est ever held in Rockcastle county and at the same time we might add thercounty Those who have paid in their dues for the reorganization of the Burial Association are requested to call at this office and get your money Only one fourth of the requirednumber have responded to the call and further effot to try to put the association again in order seems would be fruitless Special from Williamsburg says Five negroes held up John Free an white of Pleasant View robed him of twenty two cents his knife and tobacco The negroes oef and the throat of one was cut The wound may be fatal Three negroes alleged to have been implicated are under arrest Dr M L Myers one of the tuost energetic and enterprising citizens of our town is having ir stalled a furnace for heating his residence It may seem a little expensive at the time but it is cer longvrun the many comforts and pleasures to be derived and the lessening of work in order to keep a clean house The railroad company having given their consent to the building of the crossing connecting Taylor avenue with the main Mt Veruon and Somerset road the work of constructing the fill has begun in earnest and the road will soon be ready for the traveling public It wihit oasne tho com ing from the west end of the county and especi loadedewagons as le for them to pass the lime kiln and are co pelted to go round the oldroa The spirit of improving the roads within the corporate limits of t town is on and we trust will continue until every road within the limits will be improved An effort is heing made to give Mt Vernon a lecture course such as there is at Williamsburg and Barbourville each year which will mostIcure Season tickets good for the five lectures will be sold for 200 while the regular admission should the promoters be successful in get ting the course arranged will be 50 cts each A guarantee of a cer tain amount will be necessary be fore any definite conclusion can be reached so in order to know what can be done representatives will calland give you an opportunity to say whether you want a first class upto date lecture course for Mt Vernon Williamsburg has asBryanof equal fame and we see no reason equallyzens will manifest some interest ii tntetCstsenlightenment of the people and not a money making K schem- foranYone e V tJflf V tL Vote in Ro kcastle by Precincts in Congressional Senatorial and Governors Races o Helm Bethurum McCreary Beckham Hays Hager E Mt Vernon 70 236 64 8 33 23 W Mt Vernon 8r 108 56 23 39 28- R undstone 48 103 40 97 40 9 Scaffold Cane 32 99 17 lj 14 12I Crooked Creek 9 if 8 r 8 f Orlando 44 73 I 33 12 27 Livingston 55 121 18rr 36 20 16 Walnut Grove 53 8426 13 30 5 Browns 94 56 r3o 64 i5 7o Brodhead no- Johnetta 88 57 53 59 34 5 46 4 I 00 00 1otal6or 976 336 254 000 000 Tpjorities 375 82 45 Our whole list of correspondents nust either be very jubilant or very much down in the mouth wet Tuesdayss results as we have railed to hear from them with one lr two exceptions Chint Lear of the Oak Hill sec tion lost his house contents and all his out buildings except the arn a few days since by fire He suffered a great loss and no insure hive The protracted meeting at Rose Hillconducted by Rev Combs closed Monday night Twelve were baptized Sunday Rev Combs- is a splendid talker and is doing much good for the cause of Christ NOTICE Red and white spotted fresh dehorned calf marked with under bit in each ear Weight 100 Ibs Owner please come and get- same 02631 W R ISAACS Dr D B Southard has bought the residence of S N Davis on Richmond St known as the Judg McClure property The Docto- ovedm in last week He will hive his office in the old brick opposite court houseCJames Bowling L N brakeman of London a son of Mrs Elizabeth Cornet was struck by the waterspout4onth tankfat Bar bourville knosked to the ground the tram severing one leg and one arm He lived only a short while DnADMr Logan Brown aged about three score years an ten of the Glades section died Wednesday of pneumonia after an illness cf only a few days He wa a brother of the late John Brown also Jonas Mace and Henry Brown and Mrs Mat McMullin of this county Dan and Taylor Brown of Missouri The burial took place yesterday at the old Providence burying ground The bond issued was snowed un der just about as bad as it was pos sible for it to be Only two preI cincts in the county gave majorities for the pike issue The time will come at no great distance in the future too when Rockcastle will have pikes which will be built by issuing bonds It is the only way to build roads and the people of this county will realize it some t0ellate telephodup a numb e rbsay is that This often initates the party called and the conversation starts out under adverse circum stances The party calling should upon getting an answer say This is Charlie McKenzie whoever makes the callcIs Will hat Fishior the party called The word please used now and then goes along way in helping matters along over the telephone Politeness and soft words tad tates business wonderfully over wires Paste this in your hat and also near your Shone if you have one POSTED We whose names appear bey strictly forbid any hunting or pasing on our lands and will prose cuta to extent of law all parties guilty of same C A Adams Nancy Smith Jas W Mooe JHWinkler Joel Lunceford E Owens Mrs Sallie Prewitt Sam Moberly A C Menifee Mrs Alice Moore Dean fflgaatot el J Jr Smith JC Oibbs Richard Rigsby John Adams J M Isar- Lee Coffey S H Helton Allen Mob arty John Leee 0 tip OHthe tike H44 BltODHEAl Wm and Champ Mullius oi Livingston visited their uncle Rev A J Pike here the first oi the weekJno Robins was in Mt Vernon first of weekMrs- ME Wilmott and Mrs Granville Leece have returned from a pleas ant visit to friends and relatiues in Cartersville Miss Eliza Pike has returned home after spending a couple of weeks in Garrard county The younger sets party at Dr Bentons was largely attended and highly enjoyedDr and Mrs 1 S Wesley have returned to their home after spending a week with Mrs Wesleys mother Mrs Mollie Durham at the Frith HotelThE quietest election ever known was here TuesdayMrs Wm Potts has returned home after a ten day visit in Lexington Ed and Ben Scans visited W T Evans at this place Sslast weekMiss Bertena Mullins of Livingston visited her placeeOwenrton is here attending the bedside of hisnephew Dr A D Wilhoitte H L Tharp was over from rab Orchard Tuesday to vote 4 The Pennsylvania railroad an nounces that it will increase the wages of a portion of its employes zopercentr The Senates interpation of tie new election law in Russia hay dis enfranchised thousands of Social fistsd DeWitts Kidnev and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the Quickest resultingfromtroubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by Chas C Davis 8fSThe Newest iand Jatestm Things In Pall ands SP tf Winter Millinery j t tQmfromdojgthe city tall and inrBJ mmTHEor 9 m t lOST UPTO DATE m M THING IN MILLINERY tthemmas ona e m ANDS m Designs In mfAmmt r MT VERNON KY IEJBalBBBB m YOUR CLOTHING COSTS NOTFThiG It + + If you buy the Shield Brandttt compared to the cost of inferior made garments at a like or even higher price claimed to be as good Every Suit Guaranteed None genuine without this label on the collarI Frrsl WELL VWXAA SHIELD AVWW Ij AA t AA Look into the details of I STAR BRAND SHOEMAKINC The Details of shoemaking have come to be of paramount importance Impressive in appearance as the products of STAR BRAND factory are we do not ask you to judge byc surface appearances IlytheemployedLook at the build and the entire set up 0 the shoes As to linings insoles examine their quality Observe critically tlie fitting qualities an I STARBRAND FISHS CASH STOREChurch St Mt er irJrTFo o ICitizens of Versailles have pe Mayor and Common Councit to submit to the people for a vote the question of issuing 60 000 of bonds for the construction of a waterworks and sewer system 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 Isummer resorts which are 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 famous 1000 mile tour for 28 no which comprises more noted scenery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv ations Durango Maucos 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 trip can be comfortably made in five days but nt least ten days should be devoted 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 THIS IS WORTH REMEMBERING As no one is immune every per son should remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will cure any case of Kidney or bladder trouble that is not beycnd the reach of medicine Chas C Davis RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE SECTIONS OF iTHE SOUTHWEST WHERE AND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR S5 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Nori h ern Louisiana is the fact that ceired land rents for 5 per acre cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpeh sive r The soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 4516 60 This ac counts for itst high rental value Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to 516 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to growingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 pe acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to slock and fruit raising Can bebought as low as S3 per acre See this great country for your self and pick out a tocation Descriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesd s of each month to Southwestfgood returning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature time tables etc write to Travelingdor HC TOWNSEND General Passenger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo Ko ADigests KILL THI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS r KiNgsNew IIFOR i OUGHS ONSUMPTION OLDS aMl iOc fiH tJiaoo1 andQuioktCiuforitlllTHZOAT ILlll or MONEY HANS FORD Mrs Emily Kirby stillremains very illCorn gathering iis about over Filard McClure Icontem plates moving to SomersetBro Croker and Bro Barnes held a big protrrced meeting at Mt Pisgah with eightetnjointrs Mrs Bob McClure has been visi ting her sister at East Bernstadt Miss Minnie Nicely is gettin aloi g nicely with her scl oolMij Ethel Capps has been visiting h sister at this placeHarris Kirb sold two pair of mules one to A H Hamhn for 277George Evans sold to G W Marler 2 I barrel of coru for c2 oo a barrel Valen tine Nicely and wife were visiting W G NicelyE Bullock is re juicing over a new girl baby at hi house Here is our condensed opinion 01 the Original Cough Syrup Neir ly alt other cougb syrups are con stipating especialy those contain ing opiates Kennedys Laxatiut containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no op iates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis Oil conditions in Keitucky and Tennessee are not so good as had been expected and few strikes ol importance have been made du ing the last week The price remains about the same with little chance for an advance Good for everything a salve is used for and especially recommend ed for piles Tqat is whet we say of De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for years and a standby in thousands of families Get DeWitts Sold by 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 watchand 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 We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY 0Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing rates with publishers 01 the best and most popular publications in the United States Daily Weekly and Monthly we are now r ady to fill orders at from Thirty to Fifty per cent less than the regular prices giving Subscribers full benefit of the lowest clubbing rates at same time allowing a liberal com mission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offers wouldentail a cost which we save to the Subscriber by asking each reader of this item to send a postal card for Sample Copies of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER and if so situate to do a little agency work during the winter make application for agency It is a fact that THE EN QUIRER offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 500 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse owner Write today to Equirer Company Cincinnati 0- k1FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not riskhvthg Dis ease OT Diahef 1There is nothi delayl50c fOOi Bottles IIUSSTITUTR5CASDAVIS J tPOLITICS AND POLITICIANS Just prior to a speech on prosperity by Vice President Fairbanks at Vincennes Ind a reduction in wages affecting one hundred em ployes ot the Central Foundry was announced The men refused to work under the new scale Changes in election officers made y the county chairmen produc d ndignation among the McCreary Hays supporters and a mass weet tug was held Monday at Russell yule to protest It is claimt d BeckhamHagar men were put in onirol in nearly e ery precinct The meeting failed to bring about any change other than the appoint nent of McCrearyHays chal engers for the county The best treatment for indigestion and troubles of stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested ov stravatiou or by the use ol a good digestant which will digest he food eateu thus taking the vvork off the stomach At the prop teaspoonmiooo grains of food It relieves the present annoyance puts the stom performgestion sour stomach flatulence palpitationiot the heart and dyspepsia Kodol is made in strict con formity with the National Pure and Drug Law Sold by Chas C DavisWANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order hOU3e assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permunent Fi investmen or experience requir ed Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars anden close selladdressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St Chicago pillisLittle Early Risers About the mot reliable on the market Sold by Chas C Davis If YouIAre Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their work well There is a lack of that nervous energy that gives them motion Con sequently you are weak wornout nervous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not suffi keepthelow them to perform their natural functions Dr Miles Nervine restores health because itrestores t energyIdid not know what was the matter with me I tried many remedies and Iheardtakenhalthad nervous prostration If I had notgot this medicine when I did I con entirelywellto five of my lady friends and they torItMRS ROSE OTTO 189 S 3d St Columbus Ohio yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he moneyMiles Ind r t Ii Inepne Fallingl 3 Thus cried the hair And a resIciieHair Vigor The hair was saved This was because Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hair Tho best kind of a testimonialISold for over A Made y J Ayer Co Lowe MusIMo manutactulellt or 7 iiersr PECTORALI CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE Mr Robert O Burke Elnora N Y wiites Before I started to use Foleys Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twent times a night and I was all bloat ed up with dropsy and my eye sight was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given up hope of living when a friend recommended Foleys Kidney Cure One 50 cent bottle worked won ders and before I had taken the thjrd bottle tho dropsv had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease Chas C Davis Officials of the State prison at Frankfort Monday discovered a plot among the convicts by which several of the mot desperate ex wal1t1isinder the flour in the sand room This led tl the discovery ot tht general plan to take advantage of the faittbat new gnirds art now on duty PNKUMONlA FOLLOWS A COLD but never follows the use of Fcleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals aud strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security frjin an attack of pneumonia Re DavisIFollovungcheir cornplauu against forty raildoads in Ohio charging rate discrimination the incepend ent oil refiners expect to lodge similar complaintsin all other States that have Railroad Commis loners FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Hills When liver and bowel go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Best cure lot constipation heidache and dizzi ness 25c at all druggists In accordance with his dying re quest the body of John Hughwho died Monday at Evansville will be cremated at Cincinnati and his isii es scattered over the surface of the Ohio river Mr Hugh was a river man and wanted the Ohio to be his last resting place A GAURANTEED CuRE FOR PILES Itching Bliud Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz ed to refund money if PAZO OINT MENTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days 5oc ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FART No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one o the best farms in the county and will besold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health Theontire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 413 acres near rod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 3500 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap nearUreedoma most desirable farm Pi ic3 2 a bargain FARM NO iTh r tracts of land in One body consisting of 85 84 k1reekCrab Orchard and Bee ick road These lande are located near the residences of eorge Hines and George Sooch About 75 acres of this land is bot torn land arid a good part of itis upland but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 poracre One third cash the balance in one and two years f f1 jl LIT ING 8 TOM Misses Cora and Lela Argen bright returned Saturday from a visit to Lebanon Junction anl Louisvile W C Mullius of Lt Foll tte is spending a few day at tue home of W F TubbsJoeI Chiliress returned from a few days stay with his sisters Mesdame Langford and Wood of Wildie Mesdames Whitehead and Drum mond Spent Fnday in Cinciunat shoppingMrs Harry Jenkin returned to her homeat Corbin after a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs J B Hayes Willie Mullin Jr is sperdm j a few days with homefolks this weekMr J W Baker is iu the city this week buv ing goods Dr W J Childress anti wife spent several das last week in Louisville David Griffin movrd his family from this place to jell We are sorry to give them up Mrs J A McRroberts spent last week in Louisville Miss Lucia Cook leaves to day for Louisville for a few days shoppingMr and Mrs Edgar Hayes are visitiugi Mrs Hayes parents Mr Geo Griffin Miss Bertina Mul lins speut Tuesday iu Brodead Mrs John Howell is in Stanford visiting relatives Mart Hicks has opened up a nice line ot goods in the old Mullins stand andwould be glad to have his friends call and see him HAD A CLOSE CALL operationinvoving handtromvented by toe application of Buck lens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel ot Miletus W Va Per d tent use of the Salve compieielv cured it Cures cuts burn and injuris 2 50 nt nil druggists The SupremelCourtof the United S ates Monday decided in favor of Kentucky in the Covingtcnjaul Cit cinnrti Bridge Campanv case involving the right to oollect frat chise tax from the compan- yCHRMBERLAINS PAIN BALM There is no danger from hlood poison resulting from a cut or wound of any kind when Cham berlains Pain Balm is wed It is an suitiseptic dressing and should bf in everv household For salt v CliHs C Davis the iding dru rist 1t Vernnn jrodhead Marble Work RODHEA KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured bv ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence GHT anager tewarPi I lilmli Iron i Fence WilliastallfcthneII IITrkwARr ustIL CINCINNATI Oftr desls of Iron Feace lojue prices will s ojcan ace AN iDEA- LVACATION TIPTO YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED linerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple MmiItouCanon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Can on and 654 DAYS IN WONDER FUr YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip oft considerledin easy reach of all Special Sleepers Will leave Louisville Night oj Jul 25th Eor full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER1 1907 Barreet Avenue ouisyiU J POLITICAL PARTIE5I All kinds of freak and fads and fancies in politics are represented in the tickets nominated in New Jersev this year As far as can be ascertained the political parlies may c enumerated as follows Repul lican Prohibitionist Socialist Social Labor- Independent Municipal LahorINew IdeaIHome Rule Lincoln Republicans Roosevelt Republicans Independent Republican Peoples UnionISingle Tx And there are othesIA furious has ra elll along the coast of NewfoundlandI for the past two days and an unI anense amount of damatnage has done to saipping and fishing interests MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school sup r intendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was re stored from the dreadful complaint he names He says My daugh ter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but steadily worse until a last grewI tried Electric Bitters and I to say three bottles effected a com plete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debili tv female weaknesses impoverish ed blood and malaria Guaranteed by all druggists Price soc President Roosevelt by an aci tion unprecedei ted in the countrys history Ins dismissed in disgrace un entire battalion of the Twenty aevmth infantry from the army Thfi roops tire colored aid sonic o tninn were concerned in the concerned in Wie rioting at Browns yule Tex some months ago The President also direct that Col Pitcher of the Twentyseventh in fantry be cilled to account for so ae remarks he is alleged to ha e nude disparaging to the negro soldiers The correspondence on the subject is made puilic by the Pr sidents orde- rAVEAROF BLOOD The year 1903 will long be re membered in the home of F N Packet of Alliance Ky as a year of hlood which flowed so copious jy from Mr Tuckets lungs that death siemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with the aston ishing result after taking four hot tIes I was completely restored and as time has proven permanetly cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists price 5cc uud1 oo Trial bottle free W A CARSON Painter WALL P PaperhangerDentist Let us work before All M L Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClassS I Work f OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St kuown as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 J c McO kitRY- Undertaker Emba1rner Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c F 1Qiersby Telephone attend i h rompt- lyfptaoiord t Ky I j I IrIIANfcgcfable PrcparalionlbrAs similating ihcFcod irdRegua hag ihcSloinacls cndBovrels or a or wm bcsiionCheerfulJ OpiumMc phine NOT NAR C O TIC Ir orld IElPlrC1lEi Iiwvvt Jted ucwfrJer rtld rlmil HuitayntrJi fJaner 4HonWorms Convulsions Feverish ness and Less OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YOTIK EXACT COPY OF VRAFPER 4 m J IW yourtroubles CASTOIIA i For Children HaveIi p 1 Bears the Signatureof I jI Use Over I T dr Th Years Nil IJ 1crrRiIA li t THE DODGING PERIOD of a womans life Is the name often to the change of life Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop women stop suddenly The entire change lasts three or four years and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort can however be cured by taking E CARDUI I Womans Relief It quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserable ness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weak ness tired feeling etc Cardui will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life At all druggists in 100 bottles Try it WRITE US A LETTER plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Infants and f y 1 Wuii t i given Some which EVERYTHING BUT DEATH suffered writes Virginia Robson of Easton Md until took Cardui which cured me so quickly it surprised my doctor who didnt know was taking it a SOUTHWESTThe Land of SIC CROPS and PROSPTYUAr YOU tanking as much oif your i ras you ought u Wo doubt uu you Ittalesa living on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a goIpayingalongthean acre This land is increasing in value eachYear SEE rIm SOUTHWEST AT SMALL COST settlingthird Tuesc ys of each month you can purchase a round trip ticket to any ratesStopoversin wonderfulcountryLCBARRY T P A CottojBelt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYL WILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Drug Stationey Cigarp Tokeeo paint QiJ and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Speciaffg PropPHONEKY GRANVILLE OWENSI- UNDERTAKER I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE I Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filledp t