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Published Friday iuLia= VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 16 1906 NUMBER 8 tf G1 sr- JirB s tIt 1NNT- t w j PLEASE COME TO ORDER- s Do you know that more people trade at Bakers and the best people too than any other store in Rockcas castle county It is a5 fact Theres A Reason For This thisreasonthrough our stock see ing the largest and inkeveryunder one roofin Rock castle county No need to quote pricesevery body alihave it If newthe first to show att We are showing this week the newest things in Ladies long Coats Jackets fine furs and every thing nice and news in ladies goods Mens fine black K Ksuits and over coats Douglas Shoes and Stetson Hats If it comes from Bakers its all OK If you are poking for good substantial stylish goods in any line we have them GO WHERE THEROWnGOES Theresa reason Qfor this You know what it is 5 LiL s MORE DOCTORS And Nurses Needed at the Lexington Asylum Says the Grand Jury Lexington IyTt Fayette county grand jury iesorted to udge Parker and was discharged The body went fully into the alleged mismanagement of the Eastjrn Kentucky asylum and ecommcndcd several important changes in the institution The jury said it believed the physicians now In charge of the asylum were entirely in apable of properly administering the affairs of the institution and recom mended that the number be increased The report also said the number ofIattendants and nurses at the lion stiouM be increased and the pay materially increased The body recommended that a training school for nurs es and attendants be established and that the legislature be asked to appro priate sufficient money to build such a school The Investigation was due to the scandal growing out of the recent death of Fred Ketterer a patient at the asylum who it was alleged was brutally murdered by the attendants NIGHTRIDERS Are At Work Again in KentuckyFour- Trust Warehouses Dynamited Paducah Ky There is war on be tween tobacco growers in Caldwell and Lyon counties and the tobacco trust and large warehouses where trust to bacco is stored were dynamited wrecked The warehouses were those of the American Snuff Co and were located at Princeton Caldwell county Fre donia Eddyville and Kuttawa Lycm county within 45 miles of Paducah The men who did the work are from Caldwell county as evidenced by bloodhounds from the branch state prison at Eddyville tracing them back near Princeton The buildings fortu nately for the trust contained but lit tle tobacco The dynamiters workel from Princeton west At Eddyville the explosion shattered windows for a radius Sceral months ago whItI warehouses in the southern Kentucky were dynamite and who sold tobacco to the trust received messages from the Night riders TRAPPIST MONK Returns to Gethsemane After Traveling Through Dark Continent Louisville Ky Risht Rev Edmond M Obrecht head of the Trappist monks and priests in the United States arrived in Louisville from Eu lope and hastened to his monastery at Gethsemane Nelson county Ky Ab hot Obrecht has traveled 15000 mile since he left his monastery last Dw cember He was commissioned by hL superiors in France to go to South Africa to make an inspection of th monasteries conducted by the Trai pists among the semicivilized tribe in that country The abbot is a pc sonal friend of the pope and had sm eral audiences with him durin his stay in Rome The abbot was re ceived in Louisville by several of the Catholic clergy and was the guest ol M Herrmann the local French Con sul Banker Donates 100000 Louisville KyAt a mass meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Educational society held here in furtherance of a campaign to raise funds for a big WaI1ralsethe Louisville National Banking Co With a similar gift previously made by Dr A Gatliffof Williamsburg Ky 205000 of the desired 500000 has been subscribed Assessment Increase Agreed On Lexington KyAfter a conferenc between the members of the Kentucl railroad commission and officials of ti LC 0 and Q C roads was agreed that the assessment of tl three companies should be increase 35000 The matter was first calle to the attention of the commission b D L Hardesy and Willa Viley bac tax assessors Marcum Case Deferred Lexington KyThe prosecution announces that B TUiIt French John Ab ner and John Smith charged with conS spiracy to murder James B Marcum will Snot be tried at Beattyville this week as reported but at the term ol court in February The docket of Lee circuit court is crowded Sale of Coal Mine Williamsburg KyThe Alt Morgan Coal Co mines and have been sold to W T Underwood and associates of Birmingham Ala for some thing over 100000 Mr Underwood says he will improve the condition and increase the output of coal very mater tally in a short while A Fishermans Luck Hopkinsville KyIn opening a mussel to obain fish bait Peter Barker of pearlThedealers give it as their opinion that it is worth anywhere from 1000 to 5000 John Ds Offer Louisville KyJohn D Rockefeller is said to have offered the baptists f Louisville from 500000 to 1000000 in case ttiey will raise an equal mount for the establishment of a great Bap list university In this city 4IHAD A CLOSE CALL operationinvoving handfrom Bucklens f Stickel of Vliletus W Vacler listen u e of the Salve completely cwred it Cures cuts burns and JUJt1 esa5cataUrUKcistl J MOTHER WINS FIGHT For Dead Sons Insurance Only to Face Another Legal Contest Richmond KyIn the erse of Mrs Eugenia l1 ilume against the Fidelity and Casualty Co of New York Judge Benton has uecidcd thtt Irs rilime is entitle to the iOOOO inu 1110 on her son William S lLuues life r Htinia was lost in the wreck of ti stsamship Valencia last vtiv oft LICIt of 1an couver IslanJ He was a jjiubor of the Hume Cooperage CD v iah tiled for over sOu wd Imuud atily after the faihiro he went to California and embarked in business y ion he started for Callloinia he took out a policy on his life for 20000 payable to his mother but uioii his Jllthe titles lion was raise as to whether his mother or his creditors Vtvo endUed to the amount of the Hume was ladoiser ofthelfrrme erago Coos paper for a lale coP1 and at the time the company placed in bankruptcy she also was placed in bankruptcy W Neale Ben nett was elected as her referee and now has instituted proceedings in the federal court seeking to get the money for the benefit of her creditors al though she was declared p bankrupt before the death of her son ANOTHER STOCK FARM To Be Brought to Kentucky From Mi iKisco N Y Lexington KyThe 4thoroiighbrel breeding establishment of Miler Bishop Painter now located near M Kisco N Y will be sent to Kentucky and quartered at La Belle stud of H i Headley in this county Among th horses comprising the stud are ti CO000 French stallion Aiam wJiicj the new firm recently imported to thicountry and the famous mer ican stnl lion Spendthrift and ttbout 20 brooj mares The firm is composed of An drew Miller of the Eastern jockey club C F Bishop and Blair Painter and when the partnership was firt formed several months ago the tru purchased Spendthrift and remove him to New York to head their stud The firm is now in the market for a Kentucky farm and until one is foun will keep their horses at La Belle FEUD TRIALS ON DOCKET Men Charged With Assassination cf Marcum Will Face Court Lexington KyIn the circuit couI at Beattyville Lee county the cases L John Smith and JohnAbnertrSreathl county feudists charged with the p sassination of James B Marcum w be called It Is likely that Judge Jot E Dorsey of Henderson will arrlv here to try the case he having heer appointed special judge in several Breathitt county feud cases Smith and Abner were tried jointly with B F French on a charge of as sassinating Marcum in August at Beat tyville but the jury disagreed Both men are in Jackson jail They havo been practically deserted by Judge Hargis and it is believed that they will make some sensational statements when they are placed on the witness stand Corset Stay Saves Girls Life Richmond Ky Miss May Little one of Richmonds prettiest young women was shot and seriously wound ed while driving with Mrs John R Gibson A crack of a pistol was heard Miss Little fell into the arms of Mrs Gibson exclaiming I am shot Mrs Gibson drove rapidly to the Glyn don hotel where Miss Little with her mother lives A physician found that Miss Little was wounded In the left side just under the heart The wound is not necessarily fatal Had it not been for a corset stay which turned the course of the ball Miss Little would have been fatally wounded Marries Man Three Times Her Age Lexington KyThe unusual sight of a 14yearold girl becoming the wile of a man three times her age was wit nessed when Magistrate Payne united Lula Belle Owens and George Stevens of Versailles Ky They were accom panted by Mrs Mary Owens mother of the bride who gave her consent Miss Owens wore short dresses and looked more like a school girl of 10 years than a bride Limits D of C Membershlpcto South Louisville KyA resolution provid ing that hereafter no woman shall eligible to membership in the United Daughters of the Confederacy unless she is a native of the south was introduced at a meeting of the Albert Sid ney Jchnson chapter of the order Shot From Ambush Fulton KyWm Jackson was shot from ambush as he was returning home at an early hour from his ulzii work andris thought to be fatally wounded There Is no clew Alleged Red Released Lexington KyW R Raymon rl leged anarchist recently sentenced to serve six years in prison for the burn lng ola barn on the farm of S L Vanmeter and whose case was re yersed by the court of appeals was leased from custody To Leave Cincinnati Louisville KyA D Berry has been transferred from Cincinnati to Lotlili yUle to take charge of the cruitlng station succeeding Chief Boat ewlineMate Thomas Smith who ha keen here lor sometime CROUP A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the home for immediate uss is Charaberloins Cough Remedy It will prevent the att g veJ as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the cruppy congt app us TJ ere is no angeitn giving it to Chit dren no opium or utter harmful ding For sale by KltsttIt C IF YOU TOUGH yourtongue t- oALUMtand look in the glassyou will seethe effect You cant help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it Bakingrpowders digestioDnd AVOID AUKI I i fu i Established Spn fainlu I I ROYAL KoyalTs tune front pure refined Grape Creamlof Tartar Costot4than Alum but you have the profit of quality the pro t of gnod caItIL PINE HILL MARRIED At the home of the bride last Tuesday Nov 6that half past two 9 clock Mrs Margar et Gant and Mr Wm Barger were united in the holy bonds ofwed lock Rev James Barnes pronounced the ceremony Mrs Barter IS one of our best women while Mr Barger is a highly re spected citizen of London Heres j y to the happy coupleJohn Gray of East Bernstadt was here Sunday and MondayRev Grif fy filled his regular appointment here Surdaj Misses Carrie Lay Eva ni d Bircie McHargue were hoppii g in Mt Vernon Saturday Elmer Carpenter of Lebanon Junction spent a few days with homefolks first of the week Little Eula Doan who has been very low with typhoid fever is im proving Frank Myers and Will Doan mace a flying trip to Louis yule Sunday Miss Lizzie Luster of East Bernstadt was here last week for the Gant Barger wedding Mr James Southard of Living ston attended church here Sunday John McFerron was in Mt Ver non Saturday on businessMrsG- eorgie McClure will spend Satur day and Sunday with her daughter Mrs N H Oliver at Lebanon Junction Brother Freeman of Ford is here this week visiting his sister Mrs James Meadows Mr P Singleton of Crooked creek visited B G Mullins Saturday night and SundavFrank Myers spent Tuesday with homefolks near Mt VernonDr Penning ton of London was here Monday on business Miss Sallie Reams ol Orlardo has been visiting her sis ter Mrs Tbad HeltonMr and Mrs Wm Barger entertained tit e you people last Tuesday night AI reported a pleasant time Frank Poteet spent Sunday and monda with homefolks R Williams of oEast Bernstadt was here Sunday and MondayMisse s Mattie and Lillie Hansel of Mt Vernon visited relatives here Sat urday and SundayMrs Clad- Carmen Corbin is here visiting her mother Mrs Alex Rutherforh Mrs Kate Tharp and littl daughter of Brodhead visited Mr and Mrs L B Hilton last week J W Kinley of PittsbUrg visit ed relatives here last weekMr and Ms George Doan were in Mt Vernon Monday Rev Grifify and family of Crooked creek moved here lastweekSteve Carpenter of Lebanon Junction was with homefolks this weekPet Gentry of Skeggs creek was here on busi ness last weekMr and Mrs L B Hilton visited relatives in Mt Vernon Sunday evening Uuncle Bob Adams was in Mt Verno Monday Fred Pike of Living ston was here with his brother Alf last weekMr ILyonsol measuringr 1887 I hereJohn was here last week en business Mrs John Helton and chilbren vis ited her mother ot Caluway Sun dayWillie McHargue left Sun day night for East BernstadtI DEAD Little Sallie Doan the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs S E Doan died Monday of brain troubleShe was buried in the Pine Hill graveyard We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family SELLS to ORE OF CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY THAN OF ALL OTHERS PUT TOGETHER The following letter from a loc where Chamberlains Cough Remedy is well known shows by the unprecedented demand for it that the medicine sells on its own merit Mr Thos GI rge u merchant at Mt Elgin nitorirt say have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was introduced into Canada and i sel as much of it as I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many doz ens sold under guarantee I have not had one bottle returned I can peisonally recommend this medicine as I have used it myself and given ij to my children and al ways with the best results For leadingdruggist THE WORLDS FIFTH SUN DAY SCHOOL CON VENTION The Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention meets in Rome Italv May 2023 1908 A variety of side trips have been arranged in connection with it This will be a most delightful trip to all those who can arrange to go Kentuck ians will go in a party together Arrangements are being made by which this can be done If you 1are thinking of making this trip it is time you were making arrange particularsYof the trip and any and all side trips connected with it address E A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky PEACEtIn the first months of the Rus siaJapan war we had a striking prepege of those who so to speak have shingled their roofs in dry weath preparationbas s f uallasprepared to successfully combat the belcuredtreated as soon as it is contracted inlIcures of colds and it should kept at band ready for instant use For sale by ChasC Davis the leading druggist Mt Vernon Three men were killed by the xplosion of the engine on the Sunset Limited train near Sar geants Station QalY cr- i IiiAft POWDER I BKODKEAD MtIs day here the guest of Mr sand Mrs J W Hutcheson Jno Nevius of Stanford A C Kidwell of Leb anon Junction anJ W H Krue ger of Mt Vernon were here Sunday calling on three ofour best looking young ladlesMrs R S Shivel is some better at this writingJ L Hurt is filling the agents place in tie absence of J Cass who is attending U S Court at London this weekO V Jarret of Mt Vernon was here first of the wetkMr and Mrs J E Wallin of Mt Vernon visited Mrs R S Martin here Sunday- K V andGene Gentry of the country were in town Sunday Jopp Albright of Lebanon Junc tion is at home for a few days Mrs Wm Potts is visiting her sister at Mt VernonMisses Eliza Pike and Maude Watson were ic Mt Vernon last Saturday sho- ppingDr W F Carter has returned after spending three weeks with parents in Owen county Aunt Judy Chestnut has returned home after spending a week at Maretburg the guest of her son Jopp McCallMiss Lizzie Owens has returned home after spending threeil weeks at Keavy Ky the guest of Mrs Lizzie StormsMra- nd Mrs Patton ot Cynthiana are visiting Dr and Mrs Percy Benton for a few daysA K Haukla of Junction City is here working nights 100 REWARD 100 pleulodidisease that science has been able to cure in all iU stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cue now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls atarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly up on the Mood and raucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doingUsworkThe proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they efler Qne Hundred Dollars for any cute that iiails to care tend forlist of testimonials Address F J CHENEY 4 Co Toled- O Sold by all druggist TakeHalla Family Pills for consJpatibn t thencurrency were Xrthc bankers in session at Washington who have gathered in an endeavor t subinitie4The race problem was upper most at the Southern Iminigratibi conference at Nashville CHHM SPAIN beBALM r There is no danger from blood poison resulting fromacUtorwound of any kind when Cham berlairia Pain Balm ilnsedjJf h nantiseptjc qr a I1h shoaMn in every household Fox tieF wadidrutpltiitlit JUr f MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 6 1906 PubliShed every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known or application THE plan for Kentuckys repre sentation at the Jamestown Expo sition took tangible shape for the first time yesterday at a meeting ol the Kentucky Jamestown Exposi tion Commission at which it wa decided that the Kentucky building or rather buildings should fur nish a reproduction of Boones horo with its fort cabins are stockade to be built of oak poplar and pine from Kentucky In the way of exhibits the States agricultural and horticultu ral exhibits are counted through the instrumentality of the Commissioner of Agriculture who is a member of the Exposition Commission and has the power to col let transport and install such exhibits at Jamestown The State Geologist has in his care the ex hibits returned from the St Louis Exposition and is looked to for their exhibtion at Jamestown In March of 1907 the Greater Louisville Exposition wilt be held in tht First Regiment Armory andef forts will be directed to induce the exhibitors to contract for space at Jamestown Members of the Commission have been assigned to duty as Doctors ef various exhibits and the cooperation of the heads of manufacturing commercial and financial institutions throughout the State will be asked for A further feature planned by the commission is the celebration of Kentucky Day on some date dur ing the ten days stay of the First Kentucky at Jamestown The regiment will go more than 5oo strong to the exposition and will in itself form a nucleus for a celebration in which the States representation will be alike creditable in its numbersand its personnel In order to carry out success fully these plans for Kentuckys part in the exposition the sum ol 40000 is required and but five months remain in which collection of it can be made The work is unquestionably one of difficulty but the exposition furnishes an op purtunity for the display of Ken lucky exhibits to Eastenr and Southern visitors which aside from the ties binding Kentucky to Virginia offers two reasons foi everyone which existed at Chicago or St Louis The work of preparation can be done and we be lieve that it will be done and done well Louisville Times A PEW wore primaries in Ken tucky and there will be no Demo crat party The recent primary because of it being held on the general election day is the cause of Kentucky having four Republican Congressmen when thereought not to be but one because the Third Ninth and Tenth district which this year elected Republi cans are really Democratic dis tricts and should have democratic representatives All there is to a primary is to cut out the weaker candidates and give the stronger ones a better chance to steal and in a few years destroy the party Here is hoping that Kentucky has seen its last Democratic primary WE sincerely hope that some of the counties in the Eastern part of the state will show up as many Democrats next year as they did in the recent primary POLITICS AND POLITICIANS fi The Republican plurality in Indiana in the race for Secretary of State is 30625 President Gompers of the Amer ican Federation ol Labor in his an nual report advocates the continu ances of labor unions in politics 1New York Republicans are wor ried over the result of the election in that State and are realizing that r the displacement of Odell was a serious mistake The Commercial Travelers Anti trust League okNew York sde cided to begin a campaign in be half of W J Bryan for the Dem- olV ratic Presidential ubmination L I in his messageoto Congress itis stated that the president will make M vfeir V1V some suggestions Ocoacerning corp rations doing an interstate business It is claimed that he will recommend the adoption of a1aw placing the institutions under the control of the government defin ing the manner in which their bus iness shall be conducted and forcing them to follow liues that wi place the big and little concerns on an equal footing The purpose is to place restrictions on the trusts md corporations of immense wealth hat will curtail if not destroy their jower as political factors and cor ect the abuses and evils for which hey are responsible This is the jroblem that the President will ackle and if he has found the so ution he has accomplished some hing for which every one will be irateful Ex 3OV BECKHAM ISSUES AI THANKSGIVING PROCLIV MATION Frankfort Nov I4Gov Beck lam this morning issued his Thanksgiving proclimatiun as for lowsCommonwealth of Kentucky Executive DepartmentThat the peoole of Kentucky may properly bserve our countrys most halow d custom I hereby appoint in ac ordance with the action of the President of the United States Thursday November the twenty ninth as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Com nonwealth On that day all busi less should be suspended the eager pursuit for wealth should cease the restless struggle for profit aud gain should give place to quiet and peace while the grateful people in their usual places of worship shallgive to a generous and mer ciful God who has so richly blessed- us Our people have prospered be vond all precedent our nation in little over a century has sprung in to a position of power and might beyond the boldest dreams of its founders and today commands the admiration and respect ofthe entire world In material wealth we are without an equal Nature has avished npon us her choices bounties The sunshine of peace and contentment sheds its genial light upiia happyrlandr To deserve md retain these things a due recognition should be given to the Divine source from which they come In place of boasting of our greatness let us humbly praise aud thank Him to whom we owe all The strength and wellare of our republic the endurance of its plen did institutions and the progress of our Christian civilization must depend upon the spirit with which our people can observe the purpose of this day and recognize our ob ligations to the providence of God in ctlebratingt his occasion let us remember that no services of songs and no words of eloquent praise are so expressive of gratitude to the Almighty as are deeds of charity and kindness to the poor and helpless among us In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand aud caused the great seal of the Common wealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort this 14 day of November 1906 and in the 115 yearof the Commonwealth kJ C W BECKHAM By the Governor H V McCHESNEY Secy of State DeWitts Kidnev and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the Quickest relief from those troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such troubles rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by Chas C Davis Bipod Curdling Story One of the most blool curdling stories ever told is that told by Anna Etly aged 14 of how her father took the life of her own mother About one week ago this terrible tragedy occuired in the city of Louisvile and while suspi cion pointed to Etleyas tha mur derer of his own wife yet it was not known positively until Wednes day when the little daughter who witnessed the awful crime told the sty Her story in pert is as fol lows Mother was lying on the bed and I saw papa go lo the bed and put his hand on her head I did not think authing about that and was about to turn my headaway when I saw him slash at her throat and I knewsom thinK was wrong r Mamma did not make any noise rtr apa vvnt into the kitchen and then came back through the room a id went into the front room nr shut the door I jumped out 011 bed and saw what had happen dV and I commenced screaming begging papa to come into the room I ran to the door and tried to open it but it was stuck and I had hard work to open it Just a I got the door open papa name in He had on his pants and stockings He said to me Now dont you talk about this or Ill do the same thing to you He told me to take the babv and wash the blood off him aud I did Papa went out some where but 1 dont know where The babv was sleeping with the mother when killing took place AD01N1NG COUNTIS IThe Columbia News tells a story of a case unconsciousness which has baffled the skill of physicians for twelve yearsV IHesChel Grider son of a promi nent farmer at Rowena Russel county has been in a stupor for twelve or fourteen years during which time consciousness returned twice for only a few minutes The family carry the uiconscious man foodat the regular hours and place it on a table at his side If the attendant remains in the rom it will not be disturbed but upon leaving the oom and returning in a few minutes the meal will have been ccnsumed The man may te deposited in a chair or on a bed and will not move a muscle or change his position a hairs breadth The cause is unknown but about the time the misfortune occured Girder attempted to set off a blast one made from a quart bottle of powder the fuse becoming en tangled rround his feet andwhen the explosion occured was consid erably shocked A Seattle Washington dispatch says that hundreds of 10 gold pieces are being shaved by an unknown person in that city So welt is the work done that it has escaped detection by some of the most expert bank cashiers The criminal is evidently shaving the coins by placing them ina lathe and carefully trimming off the edges without however destroy jog the milling Except for making the edges of the coins a little Ihmnar than the body the work of the brinal could escape detection by the expert bank teller A Se cret Service officer estimates that about fifty cents is made on the 5 gold pieces and a dollar on the larger coins Gen W R Shafter died Mon day near Bakersfield Cal after seven days illness of pneumonia Farmers of Fayette county have formed a plan for the erection of a largeelevator and flour mill to be independent of any millers associa IOU and to be operated in the in terests of the farmers on- lyEvery Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes Ifthis action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTFL EMULSIONis it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly digested before it enters the stomach a double advantage in this Less workI for the stomach j quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect 1 j We will send you a sample tree Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emubion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 PearlSt NY cents sad gioo I AU4rugW LEST YOU FORGET That we are the leading merchant of Rockcastle county come see our new line of UpToDate Cloth ing Hats and Shoes They are simply swell No other brand sold that Is letter for a perfect flit beauty and durability that the ARNOLD SHOE Try a pair andsee for yourself Our Dry Goods line is complete Such beauties as you necer saw before in dress goods of all kinds and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are astonishing We take pleasure in showing our goods and giv ingour prices Remember they are all perfectly new and stylish Come spend a pleasant day withus A C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY EQUITY BILL AGAINST THE OIL TRUST WILL BE FILED BY THE GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE MADE Dissolution of the Corporation and An Injunction Against a Continuance of Its Business Object Sought Washington Nov 14 Messrs Mor rison and Kellogg special counsel for the government in the Standard Oil cases left Washington for St Louis where they will file the governments bill in the suits to dissolve the Oil Trust The departure of these attor neys followed another long conference at the department of justice The pa rers will be tiled upon their arrival at St Louis Arrangement has been made by the department of justice to make official announcement here the moment the attorney general has been advised of the filing of the papers This an nouncement will consist of a carefully prepared abstract of the governments bill showing the contentions of the government and what the department of justice hopes to accomplish through the suit As has been heretofore stated this action will be a bill in equity asking the dissolution of the Standard Oil Corporation and a perpetual injunction against its continuance in business in restraint if trade The constituent companies now owned and controlled by the Standard through which not only the pll 3of refined oil is fixed but the value of the raw product determined will be made parties to the suit and the government will seek to have them restored to thier original condition as independent concerns Criminal proceedings against the managing directors and other officials of the Standard Oil Co will not be brought concurrently with the proceed ings in equity Much of the evidence used in the equity suit can be utilized In a criminal proceeding and It may happen that after the civil suit has been concluded criminal proceedings will be commenced Until the suit Is concluded the government will take no chances on individuals being given Immunity thereby preventing a successful termination to the more impor tant action looking to the dissolution of the corporation DIVORCE CONGRESS MEETS One Third of the Proposed Uniform Bill As Drafted Adopted Philadelphia Nov iThe National Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws in session in this city adopted about onethird of the proposed uniform bill as drafted by the committee appointed at the meeting held In Washington The portion adopted include seven causes under which annulment of a marriage may be obtained and six cr ses for absolute divorce Delegates from 27 states and the District of Columbia and representa tives of all Protestant denominations who attended the international confer once on marriage together with Cath olic Bishop Shanley of North Dakota attended the discussions which were presided over by Gov Pennypacker- The causes for which divorce may be granted are Infidelity felony big amy dosorton habitual drunkenness and lt lehlrcruelty Soldiers Fight Furious Battle Cheyenne Wyo Nov HQuite a sanguinary battle occurred on the streets of Cheyenne when a detach rent of artillerymen from Ft Russet attacked a number of infantrymen a I on leave Fnch sd fought do perate ly with knves Five men were cu ml slashed one of whom is expecte to die The wnun led were taken tc the hospital The cause of the figh Is an oU feud existing between the two arms of the service Pitcher Denies Statement Havana Nov 14 Lieut Cal Wil liam L Ptchers attention was called to an article in an American newspa per declaring that President Roosevel had directed that an immediate report be requested from him as to whethei or not he had been correctly quoted as denouncing negro troops while at nSleridan Jast year In reply Cbh Pitch er said that he had never entertained and never expressed such sentiments May Promote Brownson Washington Nov HRr Adm Wll liard H Brownson who has just ta ken cpTnmand of the American naval forces in theeastwllllt is under slooq SOOUVbe recalled to become clief of the bureau of navigation to S cceed Rr Adm Converse when the latter retires from that office Negro Sank ClosedVGreenvillfr S C Nok 14The Workingman S iinii and Loan Co SS of tHis city the ony negro banking institution In the state closed its doors by order of the state bank ex aminer Careless bookkeeping is said to be the cause For McKinleys Sarcophagi Windsor Vt Nov 14A contract has just been placed with a local gran ite firm for furnishing the material for the sarcophagi in which the bodies of the late President William McKinley and Mrs McKinley will rest in the mausoleum at Canton O The Galena Ashore Astoria Ore Nov HThe British ship Galena from Junin Chile for this port went ashore on Clatsop Beach The officers and crew all came ashore safely Capt Powell has confidence ir setting her off andItion of mothers the contents of- each bottle of that wonderful chil drens remedy Cascasweet have been placed on every label Cas casweet is a harmless compound of vegetable extracCs that is wonderful in its beneficial efiects on the stomach of babies and children Recommend and sold by Chas C Dav By the collision of two trains on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad fortyseven immigrants who were seeking relief in this country from oldworld oppression were eitheI killed outright or burned to death It is reported from a town down in Missouri that a young mat bought 2000 extra fine cigars hac them insured for their full value smoked them up and demandec the insurance claiming that the had been destroyed by fire Th case was taken to court and decid ed in favor of the young man The insurance company then had the voung man arrested for setting fire to his own property and tht same judge ordered that he pay s fine and be sent to jail for three months CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bough1 Bears the- 1Uanature of 8B rOLmllONlYAKDTAB Cures Coldsi Prevents Ponumoola GET THE BEST fSjffliSm Highest Ilrniltl E M DICTIONRY ss Recently Enlarged 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of tho World with more than 25000 titles based on the latest census returns NewBlographic Dictionary containing the names of over 10000 noted persons date of birth death etc Edited W T HA3RIS PhD LLD UnitedStutcs Commissioner lucation PagesINeededlnEveryHomeAJio Ilia Ptrei Illustration abindlnsDe1lWA en J1er J D1d1wthbimuitritdyamGf Publlh r S rlmin ld Mu 00 A Free Trip To Corbirv NOV 20th and 21st ATTEND MoQre Oftutts Auction Sale of Real EstateV In Lynn Csmp rkVAnd other parts of the cityV Residence and business property impioved andunimproved Railroad fare refunded to within one hundred miles from CorbinJTerms of sale in Lynn Camp Park Onefourth cash balanceV n 6 12 18 and 24 months with six per cent interest on de ferred payments Terms reasonable on other propertyt THREE LOTS GIVEN AWAY ON DAY OF SALE Write for particularsVMOORE OFFUTT Corbin Ky KyIlrw JONAS McKENZIE COME COME W E invite all to come and see us At my store you Iwill always find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions We carrry CLOTHING a full line of Clothing that will suit alI sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right- Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS rilcKENZIE r U JONAS McKENZIE E III OUR BANKING No matter how small wo mattter how large THE BANK of VVMT VERNONSVwill give it careful attention This message appliesV to the men and the women alikeVRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits ofV 10001 more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more C C WILLIAMS Pres Jrr ADAMS VicePres k 3 W L RICHARDS Cashier B FURNISH Cash A OFFICERSThis THE MOUNTAIN of KENTUCKY Relating the True Present conditions of the Mountain I A MHh Asst the first and only account of the Mountain People ever pub lished by a Mountain Man Wm H Haney the author was born and raised in Morgan County Ky and speaks with authority on his chosen subject He has divided the book into ten chapters entitled as follows Who They Are Location Social Conitions Feuds Indus tries The Public School cSec ondary Education Politics Religion Outlook each 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 illustutiona It is printed in handsomelybound goldV Price 150 Postpaid For sale by the MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERAND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Vernon Stock Complete Can furnish on short no tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming done Fine Hearse attached ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone 63 t To Cure a Cold in One Day T Laxative Bromo Quinine Iettu HI III iii III II III HUH HUll Mt Ky No Ores Grip 1fai Tw Days O fN io a5C MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov 16 1906 79Call up No 79 whenwant to Communicote with SIGNAL 79 I 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 lAS m LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Willis Johnson is very low with t phoid fever Mrs V J Sparks spent tb week in the city Mrs Cle Brown was in Loui rifle shopping Tuesday- M L Deuham and E B Blown were with homefolks this week Mr and Mrs L R Hughes came up from Stanford Sunday Uossie Sutton is much pleased with his outlook at Level Green Mrs W R Briscoe is spending the week with relatives in Louis villeCharley Lechleiter L N brakeman is with homefolks this weekMr and Mrs L B Hilton cam up from Pine Hill Sunday to spend dayC Davis and John D Miller are at home this week for a few days hunt G T Johnson will take his brotl er Willis to the Richmond Infir mary today Miss Bessie Sparks arrived Saturday from Lexington for a weeks visit to her parents G T Johnson was in Richmoi Tuesday to get Masons to lay the blocks on his new store building Albert Hiatt arrived Wednesday to pay a few days visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Allen Hiatt Mrs H L Tharp and little daughter Marguerite spent Sunday until Monday with relativ hereWilliam Rowe is proving him self a splendid salesman behind the counter at U G Bakers mammoth store Mrs Willis Adams and daugh ter Miss Elizabeth went to Lex ington Monday where the latter will enter school Conn Brown has abandoned his trip to Alaska and is now telegraphing for the Southern Pacific rail road in California J Fish was in Knoxville this week buying new goods He ex pects to move into his new build ing by the first of the year S J Conn and Burdette McKen zie connected with the Stearns Lumber Co at Stearns Ky were with homefolks here this week George W Cope of near Liv ingston one of the counties oldest and most substantial citizens was a pleasant caller at this office Monday He is a survivor of the Civil War On account of bad health Rev E Snodgrass has been compElled- to give up his school at Brodhead and has returned to his home in Lexington We understand that will go west Egbert Wallin has resigned his position with W J Sparks and ac cepted a position as Special Agent for the Southern railroad with headquarters at Somerset He will leave in the near future to assume his duties His family will probably go to Brodhead for the winterA Stewart and son T A Stewart and W H Porter Cashier of the Berea Banking Co will leave next Tuesday for a three weeks prospecting trip through the West If Tom does not find some place in the west which he likes bettei than Jacksonville Fla at the end of the three weeks be will go to the Sunny South t seek his fame and fortune in th practice of law LOCAL Rev JT Turpin will preach at Hummel Grove church the third SundaY IRc a m1also a t i IJ1lt l d 11 tIf SOUVENIR POST CARDS AT FISHS CASH STORE The Baptist church is being pa pered and the seats re varnished a much needed improvment A good coat of paint for both the Baptist and Christain churches would be very much in order Judge Bethurum is evidenly realizing that there is something in running for Congress even though he was defeated Never before in his life has he been besieged by as many callers and those who can not come just write to tell him which post office they want Tie bird law expired yesterday and every nimrod who could pose ibly go went early yesterday morning in search of the much coveted Bobwhite In this connection we might claim for Rockcastle some of the best marksmen to be found anywhere in the State REAL ESTATE Two real estate FsR Asher and John McLemon both of Laurel county bought tht residences of J L Moyers anf Marshall Smith also the store house and stock of goods ottht latter Mr Smith will probabh buy in West Mt Vernun while Mr Moyers talks of going back ti TennesseeTobIBsTONEsAny one in need of tombstones or monuments I will make it to your interest to call on me at ray shop I am pre pared to furnish you withany thipg in this line marbles and granites of all kinds All work guaranteed to be firstclass in every respect Give me a call and be convinced GEORGE OWENS a 1631 Mt Vernon Kv This office has just finished print ing for James Maret manager o the Rockcastle Home Telephone Co a toll station directory m the thin of an eight page folder which gives every toll station ofall the Independent Telephone systems in Kendsystem atically and artistically arranged is the getup of Mr Maret and will be a source of great benefit to t e general public Every toll statioi will be supplied with one of tht directories wifees ot Jackson of the First N tional Bank gave a shower on Monday afternon in honor of th opproaching nuptials of Miss Lucy McKee and Mr Woodson Mar The palatial home Iwas beautifully decorated in ferns andevergreens and presented a splendid back ground for the beauty of those who attended A large number were present and many beautiful pres ents were received Mrs Jackson is receiving much praise as acharm ing hostess London Echo From the number who are hay ing their lands posted against hunt ing it begins to look as if the territory most favorable for the Butliuthe majority must suffer because of the faults of a few There is hardly a man in Rockcastle county who would object to a little hunt ing on his land if that was sl there was to it but in addition to permitting the hunting fences are torn down property destroyed and in many instances stock has bee killed or crippled by some reckles- member of the party If everybody would remember that good old saying Do unto others as you would have them do unto you some ot the most favorable hunting grounds would not be denied you and privileges would dot be denied all because of the reckless acts of a few IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the matter bankruptcyWm 190fAabove named who has been ad judged Bankrupt will be helda the office of the Referee Stanford Ky on the 26 day of Nov 1906 at oclock a m to elect a Trustee ofor the estate of aid Bankrupt an efor the transaction ot other busi ness as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57of the Bankrupt Act concerning poof o claims otherwise your darn nor be allowed JN SAUNDERS Ip r Re eree in BnkruPt j j j j COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION I will hold in my office on December 151906 a competitive examination for those who wish to enter State College at Richmond Ky This county is entitled to two appoint ments Your application should be fied with me on or before Dec 8 This county is also entitled to four appointments to State College at Lexington so on Dec 22 Iwill officeIIRespectful1y yours G M BALLARD County Superintendent LIY1NGSTOJN Mr E Woodall was in Nashville a few days last weekMr and Mrs W F Tubbs and family are visiting Mr and Mrs W C Mullins of taFolletteMr and Mrs L M Westerfield and family are visiting relatives and friends in Stanford Mesdames Lemon and Drummond returned Saturday from i few days stay with friends in LouisvilleMrs A N Bentley re turned Wednesday tq her home in Louisville after an extended visit here She was accompanied by tier daughter Mrs Harry Magee who will spend a few days in the city Mrs Ed Quinn and family re turned to their home in Paris Mon day after an extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J B Hays Mrs Mila Aldridge of Knoxville spent several day here this week with friends and relatives Mrs Chas Rice went to Cincin nati Tuesday night for a short visi to her her sister Mrs Groff wh o who leaves soon for California Mr W W Wright is among the sick this weekDrsW J Child ress was in M t Vernon Monday on business Mrs E L Cockrell was in Richmond Monday Mr Sam Webb visited his brother Dr R G Webb Saturday and Sunday They spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville Miss Lizzie Lunce ford of Lexington visited her sis ter Mrs Barnes the first of th weekHardin Mchaffy of Birmingham is spending several days with his family Mrs JA Oliver is reported among the sick this week Mr L Oliver has removed his family from Lebanon Junction to this place Miss Myrtle ChewningI aeturned Saturday from a to Lebanon Junctiion and Louisville severaladays last week in London having SuckePv was in town between trains Mon dayJohn Lear was caling on our merchants ThursdayMiss- Ella Stanley is spending several days with her sister Mrs Will WardMrs Essie Painter and daughter Ruth are visiting rela rives pt Brodhead1 Mr W H Lewis who has a position at Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolksSchool was sus pended here two days on account of no fuelMrs R A Sparks en tertained at dinner Tuesday in hon or of her mother Mrs A N Bentley Invitations were extended to Mr and Mrs Sam Ward Mr and Mrs Harry Magee Mrs E Fish sack Mr and Mrs W W Wright and Miss Georgia McFeiron Dr C R Sow der wife andson of In dianapolis were the pleasant guests 1of the Doctors grandmother Mrs Mahala Carson also his aunt Mrs Sue Mullins and uncle Mr Mart Hicks Dr Sowder is a native of relolivessuccess he has made in his protes slop They returned to their home Tuesday Miss Lou Mullins ac companied them where she will enter a training school for nurses LAND STOCK AND CROPc STRA VEDAred mooley heifert2 years old whitesreakon Liberal reward for any information leading to her recoverycR B nov9 31 Mt Vernon TAKEN upA black sow wt about 150 lbs two notches out of right ear and a crap and notch in left Owner can have same by theeadvertisement W F SOWDER n163t Wabd Ky Bush Ramsey report that at Watdfollowin stock was sold 12 Tong yearling steers 925 lbsat 375 poundsf 550nacres formerly owned by W M uryp i 6 25 per acreR B Scott has bought for Jacob Brown of Ohio the following cattle Of Dr S W Willis 18 weight 1150 Ibs at 386 of W Jones 15 weight 1200 Ibs at 4 and 6 weighing 1050 Ibs at 350 of Tuttle F uty 25weight f3oo lbs at 4 50 These are fat cattle and are to be delivered the last half of Oc tober He shipped last week 50 cattle weight 1080 Ibs bought of E S Bunnirigham at 380 and 14 weight 1520 Ibsb9uKht of Pace Daniel at 4 35Win ohester Democrat Whaley Boardamn sold 2 head of i20olb cattle to Vol Fergerson of Paris at 402John John son sold last Tuesday 100 hogs to Kern Wilson at 54 cts pei pound Lee Penn sold to Hib ler Bros of Paris 22 hogs aver iging 157 pounds at 6 cents Dreseed turkeys are held in Car lisle at 20 cents a pound Carlisle Mercury J N ghliniBros 30 head of 852 Ib beeves at 4 3 cents to Whaley and Board amn three 1300 Ib cattle at 425 and threegoo Ib yearlings at 4 cts At the W P Watson sale Thursday Wm Tuttle of Clark bought 12 head of 925 Ib feeders at 3 75 per hundred and six yearl ings weight 750 Ibs at 3 per hun dredParis Kentuckian Stock sales reported at Paris Monday are the following 30 feeders 1100 Ibs at 425 97 fat cattle 1440 Ibs at 5 yearling steers lbs lbstat 4 I2j4a lot of export cattle 1500 Ibs at 5 50 export cattle for delivery Nov 20th at 5 a grade hull 1400 for 4027 fat hogs 175 Ibs at 550 per hundred 45 fat hogs 285 Ibs at 575 72 stockewes for 602 corn sold at 225 per barrel delivered or 2 in the field POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting or tres proseof same C A Adams Nancy Smith Jas W Mooe J H Winkler Joel Lunceford- E Owens Mrs Sallie Pretivitt Sam Maharge A C Menifee Mrs Alice Moore- J T Purcell W D Livesay Bears the J J Smith J C Hbbs Richard Rigsby John Adams JM Lear Lee Coffey a S H JEieltqn Allen Maharge John Leece T B Lair J B Livesay B F Livesay oagT4ihe TO CURE COLD IH ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box cctsThe Newestc anctlatestl Thing in Pall and Winter Millinery II am daily receiving New Goods direct from the city Jail mid in jspect my stock f tIlEtMOST UPTO DATE THING IN MILLINERY I HAVE IT tALL Fashionable Shades AND Designs In Fa1IlVtillinery Mrs CO t BROWN l MT VERNON KY i YOUR GLOTHTO COSTS NOTHING If you buy the Shield Brand compared to the cost of inferior made garments at a like or I even higher price claimed to be as good Every Suit Guaranteed None genuine without this label on the C 1JarIfI Frrsi1 WLL AV VWVW SHiELDB A4 www AAkAAA 7 Look into the details of 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 ye do not ask you to judge by surface appearances While examining the leathers observe carefully the unsurpassed grades of upper and sole stocks employedl oflAs to linings insoles examine their quality Observe critically the fitting qualities and note that there is ease as well as looks to STAR BRAND Shoes FLSftS EIII Gold in paying quanities has been discovered in Estill county Jacob Bischoff the Louisville wife murderer will hang Dec Four little ones with their Moth er were suffocated in a tenement house fire in New York- 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 jsummer 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 penetrating the great States of Colorado aud Utah has some forty different Cir cle tours through the Rock mountains one of which is the fa mous i 000 mile tour for 28 oo which comprises more noted scen ery than any similar trip in the world passing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Poncha Pass Toltec Gorge Indian reserv ations Durango Mancos Canon 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 butt 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 Ifyou con template a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send you some beau tifully illustrated booklets free S K Hooper G P TA THIS IS WORTH REMEMBERING As no one is immune every per FoleysKidneykidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine Chas C Davis RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR 5 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Non h ern Louisiana is the fac that clear ed land rents for 5 per acre cash and can be bought for 7 50 to1 515 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe soil isrich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high rentalvalue Other crops such as corn small grams grasses vegtables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 im proved farms 10 15 to 25 peV acreThe new White Ricer country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and Fruit raising Can bebought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out a tocation De scriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sellreduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Pass enger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Mo DyspepsiaDigests K ILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New coveiv IIFOR cOLDS ISOC WTBZOATandLJ8 9xnBACK LEVEL GREEN Wade Brown and wife visited the latters parents Sunday last The children of Tom French who have been illseriously are report convalescentMrs Elizabeth Lawrence has returned to her farm and says Theres no place like hotneMiss Elizabeth Goffey ot Plato was the guest of Miss May Brown Misses Vira DeBord and May Sexton of Wildie were the guests of Mrs Rome Graves Satur day and Sunday Mr Hammock is suffering intensely with the can cer in his headQuite a crowd at tended the protracted meeting at Poplar Grove on last Sunday Revs Cummins Koker and Gods by are conducting the services and we hope much good may result therefromSome of our teachers were in Mt Vernon Saturday last that being pay dayMr and Mrr- AslierCummins ot Mt Vernon have been visiting relatives and friends t1and attending the good meetings at Poplar Grove Oossie Sutton is having a lively trade as he is well adapted to the business Miss lola LWeaver of Pulaski spent Sunday with Mrs Wade Mullins Good for every tlnng a salve is used for and especially recommend ed for piles Tqat is whet we say of De Witts Vitch Hazel Salve On the market for years and a standby in thousands of families Get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis A GAURANTEED CHRE FOR PILES Itching Blind Weeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authoriz ed to refund money if PAZO OINT MKNTfaila to cure in 6 to 14 days Soc Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watchand clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like nev Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles ane repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing rates with publishers ot the best and most popular publi cations 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 re gular 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 situated to do a little agency work dur jng 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 175tThe Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerWrite today to Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio FOLEYSh KIDNEY CURE y WgLLCUREOu- of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do notriskhavingBrightsDisease nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottle 1 IEFUSE IUBTIT- UTEi1eaAs C DAVIS t 1 biiHIATTI Rev M G Fish filled his ap pointment at Wildie Sunday Misses Bessie and Minnie Hiatt attended church at Wildie Sunday Jesse Fish was over at Wiidie SundayA C Hiatt has been rtj pairing his dwelling Allen Hiatt invites a large number of his friends to come out and hunt with him and help him rejoice over Beckham Homer Chestnut re mains quite ill with rheumatism K Smith and family spent from Friday until Sunday in CorbinI A C Hiatt and family spent a few days in PreachersvilleA C Mc Clary of Brodhead spent Satur day uight and Sunday with the family of R L Smith CURED OF BRIGHTS DISIEASE Mr Robert O Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use Foleys Kidney Cure I bad to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I was all bloat ed up with dropsy and my eye sight was so impaired I could scarcely see one ofmy family across the room I had given up hope of living when a friend re commended Foleys Kidney Cure One 50 cent bottle worked won ders and before I had taken the thjrd bottle thE dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease Chas C Davis WANTED By 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 selfaddressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St Chicago Need a good cathartic A pil is bet Say a pill like DeWittV Little Early Risers About tbn most reliable on the maike Sold by Chas C Davis Spasmsr St Vitus Dance Many perspns who suffered untold agonies from epilepsy fits spasms and St Vitus Dance are to day well The strength ening influence of Dr Miles Nervine upon the shattered nerves having perfecthealth I endured agoy that words can not express frou St Vitus dancewhich followed a very severe spell of physicianicine the worse I got My mothers de votion saved me After she had become physicallyby the advice of a neighbor she procur Fromthechange for the better was noticable bottlesIEDWARD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmsforcontinuedspasms in one week About that time MilesNervlneHis improvement seemed slow butwhen he had finished the fourth bot anlthaveshall recommend Dr Miles NervineMRS BELLE M TINDALT Hastings Neb yourdruqglst hewillMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI JO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest Finsr AO THiBD UOKIH For Information I1d Rates H C KINO CP T A Ill E Main St LsxiaEton H W A OARRGTT Qensral AlKnagw W C ftlNEARSO PAl n t Have You a Friend Then tell him about Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how it cured your hard cough Tell him why you always keep it in the house Tell him to ask his doctpr about it Doctors use a greet deal bf it for throat and lung troubles Tho bost kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yearn IA Made J C Ayer Co Lowell Malis Alaa manufacturers of lJers SARSAPARILLAI f stit r initertoG1EATDISPLAY One of the Attractive Features ofj the Jamestown Exposition Visitors to the Jamestown Expo sitioh next year will witness andof the greatest aeronautic exhibits ever got together at any one time in the United States It will con Lilootisnautic aparatus demonstrations in door and out door and various ex periments by the best known exI perts in the world Some of airships that made the first success ful aerial trips will be shown and giventoIcompare tats typesf which will be displayed lYeIpPNEUMONIA COLDabut never follows the use of Fcleys Honey and Tar It sttps the cough heals aud stren liens the lungs and affords perfect becuruv ReIfmeMrs Jean Mitchell was found inI her kitchen in Pittsburg Pa nails driven through both hr hands securely fastened to the snk and her husband is accued of the crime Citizens of Piiisburg areii arroused overmanyact3 jot crime in that city and are lrgamzItlgI Vigilance Committees to work which the police have failed Jo FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS The mnt fanitis sti ike breakers ii the lindaIr Dr Kiny Net Life Hills When liver and bouel 40 on strike they quick settle he trouble and the pnrifyinu vork goes right on Best cure nstipaiion headache and d forI ess 25C at all druggists As a fireman on a Southern railway engine running near Versaile vas about to throw in ta shovelful of coal he ier in the The coalIHoney and Tar cost you the same as the genuine in the yellow pack ageThy then risk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foleys Honey and Tar will curt your cold and prevent serious re suits It is guaranteed Chas C Davis ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM No lXhis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balanc imbered three houses on farm good wlls ar d springs and plenty of good Itock water Also good orchard FARM No 413 acres near rod head well fenced plenty good water nod orchard Plenty timber to run arm good residence and one tenant louse Can be bought for 5500 A graat bargain FARM NO58o acres of land be ween Brush creek and Orlando 2 icrea in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will 4dl cheap FARM NO 82t4 acres near raedom church splendid residece and most desirable farm Pi L 32i bargain FARM NO xTh ft tracts of land in one body consisting of 85811 ind 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 located near the resi Lmces of eorge Hinea and Georg 3Och eIAbout 75 acres of thIs land is bot torn land and a good part of it isHP land but level and is good farmijig n A bargain at ti3 par acre Onc hird cash the balanre in ojne andtwo e rsr u LORN CROP ABUMPERH Commissioner bf A ricultture Hubert Vreeland Saturday issued the following crop report which shows a comparative table giving results of the year showing a bumper crop of corn and benjp for the year The report says The wet weather prevailing in September continued until the first week in October and wheat seed ing and corn gathering were pre vented Since then the weather has been favorable and this work has procefdedwithout interruption The average ot wheat sown will be short beiug 89 per cent compared to 1905 That which was sown early is coming up nicely and and with favorable conditions a goodf aud is indicated The corn yield will be arge be g rated at 102 per cent com jaivd 1905 which was also a large y eld Corn is damaged from the wet weather and lack of sunshine maturing badly and at least 20 percent of the crop will be unmarketable Winter oats The average will be short on this crop being 80 percent compared with 1905 Acreage of rye and barley about up to an average The best treatment for indiges on and troubles of stomach is to the stomach It can be rested by stravation or by the use ot a good digestant which will digest the food eateu thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digef 3 ooo grains of fpod It relieves the present annoyance puts the toni performestion sour stomach flatulence pilpitationiot the heart and dvs epsia Kodol is made in strict con- ormity with the National Pure id DrugLaw Sold by Chas C Davu Pnvare Kissinger of the infan try regiment stationed at Fort Thomas aud who is a native of Kentucky attempted suicide Mon day while walking along the street in Newport with a companion WANTED Good man ir each county to represent and advertise coopeiative deparment put out samples ec 9111 esta liheci bus ness hotisfc saiaiy 21it wet klv xpepse mo e adv net d iuinitiUMii position Ou reference fcer Nation Itnnk ofChcago Mvrl l2t0Oti jnrps lit he LoiimLii ioueChicgo III Desk No i Here rrJlf condensed opinion oi he Original Cough Syrup Nenr L 11fl her cougb s rups aTe con p ting epeculy those contain i itioates Keni edvs Laxatin ODtaininj Ho ieyand Tar mnes the mvels Contains no op a eSt Cor forms to the National Pine Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis New Service VIA Uelld1soll Route Trains 140 and 146 will carry upto late Pullman Seeper BETWEEN AND LOl ISvlLLE EVANSVILLF Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9p m and Patrons can remain in until 7 30a in We respectfully solicit your patronage IJi IRWIN GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUISVILLE KY rodhead Marble Work RODHEA KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D 1 C G HT anager fIMri V LM1IonlflFence aWetiislII l IwnlUClCATIo m rew lmra h eels MoriMfM Gill QUAIL Eld J L Davis filled his ap pointment at Provident e Sunday Rev Martin Owens and A K Gooch visited Esiesburg Saturday and Sunday Melvin Owens is at home from SomeI set for a few days He says he will return soonThe protracted meeting is still going on- ta Poplar Grove conducted bj Bros Godsby and Cnmnins Green Logsdon has been visiting his secItiontimeJohn Stringer had a someI horse to dieHog killing and gathering is the oider of the day W G Proctor still remains very feebleMrs J F Watson of Brodhead visited her mother Mrs Martin Owens Sunday Daniel Brown ol Missouri attended the funeral of his brother Li Brown who dies last anI the remains being laid to rest day in tile old Providence burying ground MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair scnool superintendent at St Albans W Va when hislittle daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names He says Mv daughter had StrltUS Dance which yielded to no treatment hut grew steedily worse until a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice say three bottles effected a com plete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general dehili tv temaleweaknesses impoverish ed hlood and malaria Guaranteed hy all druggists Price CjocITHE REV IRL R HICKS 1907 ALMANAC The Rev Irl k Hicks has been 11l311dIwell known and popular Almanac for 1907 This splendid Almanar is now ready For sale by news dealers or sent postpaid for 25 cts WORD AND WORKS PUBLISHING COMPANY 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of WOKD AND Wo txs one of the best dol lar magazn is in America Or e Almanac goes with every subscrip tion The mother of Snator Bailey of Texas is critically ill at her home in Crystal Springs Mi- ssAVE1ut BiAyOD The vent 1903 will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copious ly from Mr Tackets lungs thai deuh seemed verj near He writes 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