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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i FridaynuuLi 1Thetiini4 liRnlll VOLUME XX MT VERJSON KUCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 23 HHW NUMBER 9 1J c3C C 1J Zf3d c3c nvI s f iJ Y I i MI I r t tIRm COIVE TO ORflER1 ti you know that people trade at Bakers and the best people too than any other storein Rockcas iC astle county lJG fact There A Re- ro4hiso r i iYOU can learn this goinqtng the largest and most stylish goods ill every line ever shown under one roof in Rock castle county No need to quote pricesevery body iknows if there is a Bargain to offer wed have it IT anything 1ewthe first to show F1 L weeketheand every thing nice and new in ladies goods Mens fine yt black UK Ksuits andover tP 1 coats Douglas Shoes and Stetson Hats Ifit comes from Bakers its all OK If you are looking for good inww any line we have them 14 GO WHERE TNT CROWD GOES F Theres a reason for this You know what iti is 3 Dc8ac 33M U Z rif r COLLEGE ABOUT TO BE FIRED When Officers Appeared and Arrested the Owner It Is Alleged Prestonburg KyA few days ago John L Coleman of Mt Sterling agent for the Ohio German Insurance Co received a tip that a plot had been made to burn the Barrington college which was insured in his company Mr Coleman had paid one loss on a suspicious fire at that school and was determined to investigate He accordingly secured the services of C fl Overly a detective and sent him to the scene It is charged that Overly found a man named Frank Ellis who was suspected and told all about the plot He was told by the detective so it is said to carry out his part of the program and they would catch W M Barrington who owned the school 211is having told the detective that Barrington had offered him 800 to Urn the building Under the instruc ions of Overly it is further related Zllis carried out the arrangements with Barrington and poured two gal ons of oil in the building Barrington vas in the room with Ellis it is al eged and the building was about to be fired when the sheriff of Floyd county and Overly arrested both men as they came out of the building Har rington is very wealthy and very In fluential Ellis is a poor man and will be used as a witness BURGLAR RAN FOR DOCTOR That the Woman Accidentally Shot Might Live Glasgow KyA burglar going for i physician that the woman accIdental- ly shot when he was breaking into her home might not die is reported from Hardin county Matt Sanidge a crip pIe and his wife were awakened by the burglars movements Sanidge an his wife picked up firearms convent ently adjacent and commanded the in ruder to depart He declined and th3 couple began firing Mrs Sanidge skirt caught on the trigger of her gui the load entered her right thigh For Gods sake call a doctor San lie cried to the burglar The man iauder departed at once and within short time a physician arrived sayIn he had been summoned by a strange Mrs Sanidges recovery is considere doubtful A man giving his name f Peak has been arrested charged wit the attempted burglary OFFICIAL COUNT Of Kentuckys Vote Will Cause No Changes Iris redictedj Frankfort KyThe democratic state executive ccmmission will canvass the returns of the recent state primary and issue certificates to the successful candidates There is probability that the official figures will change the result of any race it u predicted The only candidate not living in Frankfort who has arrived to witness the official count is M 0 Viu frey of Bell A meeting of the statE election commission was called for Monday November 20 to canvass the returns in the congressional election The law says the count must be mace that day whether the returns are ail in or not but Boone county has faile1 lo report thus far and unless its re turns are in by Monday Joe Rhinoclc might lose his seat in congress Feudist Feltners Trial Lexington Ky Advice from Bcatty rule state that the case of lose Felt ner of Hamilton O formerly a Dreathitt county feudist who is charged with plotting to assassinate Judge James Hargis will begin in tite circuit court there Business Houses Burn Campton KyTl1e brick store of Sewell Combs the Farmers bank an everal other buildings were burned The business section of the town was lestroyed Loss 30000 and insurance 15000 The origin of the fire is ua known Lexington Couples Escape Louisville KyJoseph C Vaumetor and Mrs Vanmetcr of Lexington Ky had a narrow escape here when n coupe taking them from the Galt houoo to the station was struck by a car at Fourth and Jefferson and overturned Left An Apology Louisville Ky Leaving a note apol ogizing to the management of the hostelry for mussing up the room C F Kimball a traveling man of Topeka Kan sent a bullet through his right temple at the Seelbach hotel Log Jam Breaks Catlettsburg KyThe jam of logs which has been in the breaks of Sandy liver at Morrowbone Ky for several tears has started Steamboats and other craft have left the mouth of the river for safer landings Half a Million Logs Barboursville KyLogs of the ag gregate value of 500000 have floated Jown the Cumberland rived during the past two days the best logging tide in ears being on The ensuing prosper ty to lumbermen and loggers will be reaL SoninLaws Charge Owensboro KyJohn Stites a rominent farmer of Daviess county 1lS arrested on a warrant sworn out y his own soninlaw Joseph Howard harming him with attempting tb a cult his wifer HAD A uOMi operationinvoving hanfromd vented by toe application of Buck leas Arnica Salve says AoC Shekel or Miletus WtVa Per JistnJ nsepftheSal compietel y cwred it Cures cuts burns and ip Jug 29 at all tats 0 FOOD EXPERTS Will Decide Important Questions Re ative To Kentucky Whisky Louisville KyA six days sessioi of the United States Pure Food Stand and Commission will be held in Louis ville beginning December 6 R M Allen of Lexington state pure food it spector of Kentucky was here and served quarters at the Seelbach fo the commission Whisky distillers ar interested in the session for the reason that a standard will be decide upon for straight rectified and blended whiskies Under the new law deal ers will be required to brand the whis kies as to age Distillers will be required to brand the product as to itl character whether it is straight reo tified or blended The members oj the commission are DrH W Wiley of Washington United States chem ist Dr M A Scovell of Lexington director of the Kentucky experlmen station Dr William Frear holding f similar position in Pennsylvania Dr E M Jenkins of Yale Prof HEBarnard analyst of Indiana Dr RIchard Fisher analyst of Minnesota Prof Elton Fulmer of Washington and Dr Weber of Ohio- CINCINNATI MAN Elected President of the Ohio Valle Medical Society Louisville KyThe Ohio Valle Medical society elected the followin ofllcers President Dr Brooks Beebe of Cincinnati who had bee serving as vice president vice pres dent Dr J L Wisginsof East S Louis second vice president Dr Cu ran Pope of Louisville third vie president Dr A E Stsrne of India apolis secretary and treasurer Dr L W Floyd of Evansville Ind r elected Various dUes extenlel ivitaticns for the next annual conve tion which will be the ninth The r tiring president Dr D M Griflit of Cincinnati and the newly elect officers will select the next mectin place Evansville lad at is said MISTREATMENT Of the Daughter Who Accuses Him Charged Against Etly Louisville KyThe coroners jur began an investigation of the murde of Mrs John Etly by her husband a alleged by their child Judge James rt Tarvin of Covington who appeare as counsel for the prisoner demaude that the child Anna Etly be brough into court She is now sequestered b the city authorities Detective Marti Donahue testified the prosecution e pected to prove that Eily was guilty c improper intimacy with hi3 daughter A dispatch from Cloverport places Etl In a bad light It is said that when li ing in that town a few yours ago Etl mistreated a girl and way compelled I leave CrjILD ACCUSER Of Her Father Alleged Uxorclds Placed in a Retroat Louisville r Annie Belle Et who accuse her father John Etly c the murder o ner mother has boc placed in a private institution by Judy C Wilson of the juvenile court K entered the order but he did not mal TInow has not told all she knows Et maintains his nerve and insists tit he is innocent He says that at h examination November 22 he will witIPublishers Discuss Business Augusta KyThe publishers of th Ninth congressional district held successful meeting here with Jamp Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat pr siding and John W Pqwling yt th Nicholasville Advocate as secreca The league is formed to advance th interest of the newspaper fraternity JGreenup May Get New Railroad Greenup KyIt is reported thr work will begin with the ccmr spring on the new Southern railroa running from Fullerton southeast through the county and on to Bristo Tenn This would open up almost In exhaustible fireclay territory any means much to this county Big blaze at Yale Yale KyThe store of the IoWn River Lumber Co and two dwelling were totally destroyed by fire entailln a loss of 50000 partially covered b insurance Killed by Her Sister Olive Kill KyA 12yearold child of Edward Young was burned to death in Lawrence county by a younger sis ler who playfully set fire to the girls clothing Bridge Washed Away Pleasant View KyThe bridge across Cedar Fork river seven miles north of here was washed out A new bridge was being constructed a few hundred yards from the old one but trains were still crossing the old struc ture Local Option Election Called MIddlesboro KyJudge J S Bing barn on petition of the qualified num ber of voters has called an election for December 12 on local option A lively campaign will be waged between wow amd then CROUP A reliable medicineand one tha always be kept in the home for immediate us is Chamberloiris Cough Remedy It willprevent the attack if given as soon as th child becomes hoarse or even after the cruppy conghap Dears There is no danger in giving it tochil dren for it abntains no opium o n4Zpr rmfuldrtttT For tlebv JithtleadiJdfUiitstttY You SnoKNOW ALUMS WORSI WORK Some Mothersu ovens usof the injurious effects of Alum are daily giving it to their k CheapBaking What Mother would So so IF she only kne Alums Worst Work is its early harmful influence on the childs digestive organs Positively Never should Children of tended years be required to eat it in their food D1jtbeirAVOID ALUI ll Sayptaint I ROYAL ROYAL is made from Pure Refined Grape Cream of TartarAids Digestion Fyo GRIFFINS MILL o Farm rs are very ousy gathe- rii corn A large acreage of wheat has been sown in this part of the countywhich is the ex treme western part and it fairly wellThe early snowfall o Wednesday the J4th made us be 1eve that Winter had come in artiest but we may have some Peasant weather yet DEAD =A you n gyjMrjSleppe who had recently moved into OUt icvnity from vslevcounty to near Bandy on the Puasbi side diedat his home of typhoid fever Saturday November ijth His re rains were laid to rest In the Pop iar Grove burying ground Sunday afternoon in the presence of many dear relatives and friends He leaves a young wife and three dear children besides a host of friends to mourn their loss 7 he bereave- fimily has the sympathy of the en tire neighborhood May God be a a father to the three little children and a husband to the dear wife Cal McClure hasQ moved to the farm owned by the Laws heir and W J Brown moved into the house vacated by McClureRobt ONeal moved to his farm that he purchased from Henry Todd some time agoWm M Denney i4 erecting a new dwelling near OPop Iar Grove school houseA new tock of goods will be opened up at Walnut Grove on the Pulaski silt in a few days W H Brown of the Quail section has moved to hu farm recently purchased of H N Denney The turkey crop is rip and we are reaping a bountiful har vest in this neighborhood Differ ent parties buying are giving 16 to 10 cents per pound Oh what a time for the ladies spending their turkey money and last but not least whit a time for the naer cliantsThe families of Joe Brown and J B Cnmmins spent Sunday with Gaines Cummins and family where all seemed to enjoy themselve1 highly the most important part be ing the noon hour when a bounti fulsupply of fresh meat and other delicacies were servedA full sup ply of bird hunters are in this part from the blue gras section but where are they going to hunt you orIcan see post boards everywhere we our cause we have nothing else to do The school at this place is pro gressing nicely with a large at tendance H N Denny says that farmerst theIRuleisnt itThe protracted meeting held at Poplar Grove by Brothers Godrand mm ns o f this place cloyed last T fRf Established 1887 BAKING POWDER hope and do certainly think that mm h and asting gno lwas accomplished by the many good lesl sons taught SELLS MORE OF CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY OTHERSfThe following letter from a loco where Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is well known shows by the un precedented demand font that the medicine sells ionits nmerit Mf Thos George a merchant at Vlt Elgin Outario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was introduced into Canada and i sellas much of it as I do ofall other lines I have on mv shelves put together Of thwallY doz ensfld under J lHU ante I have not hiclne bottle retined an pejsfnally recommend this medicine as I have used it myself aod given ii to my children and al Fordsale by Chas C Davis the leading araijL Vei non CLIMAX We are having plenty of rain throughout this section throwing ome of the boys behind about gathering their corvRev J B Baker filled his regular appoint nent at Sycamore Saturday night and SundayMrs W H Penn ington is very low of consumption Nathan Casteel passed through Wednesday on his way from Lon Ion where he has been visiting Friends a relatives Mrs Ella Anglin of Berea visited Mrs J A Sexton Thursday of last week R H Phillips visited friends here Saturday Sunday Misses Joan McGuire Dela Abner and Hattie Pointer visited Mr an Mrs J A Sexton Saturday Miss Cora Sharse of McCracken visited Mr and Mrs M F Angli- Last weekW H Abney and O M Payne visited here Sunday W Chasteen and Wesley Ahue filled their regular appointment New Hope SundayMr and Mrs Eddie McGuire visited Mr and Mrs J W Anglin last Sunday J C Philipps made a flying trip to Berea Monday Ab Balliuger i slowly improving IN TIME OF PEACEIIn the first months siatjapan war we hada striking example of the necessity for prep aration and the early advantage of those who so to speak have ehingled their roofs in dry weath er The virtue of preparation has made history and given to u our greatest men The individual as well as the nation should be pre orlIcuredmuch more quickly when contractsed and before it has become settled i- ntbesystem Chamberlains itsIuYhe iMtfiot driig ist Mt Veroon i iI PINE HILL Miss Birdie McHarge spent Tuesday evening in OrlandoJas Poteet Jris home from East BernstadtMr Mrs L B Hilton spent Tuesday last with relatives Bro- dheadMrs James Dolan and daughter spent Monday in Mt VernonMrs Nancy Kelly and little son of Livingston are spending this week with Mrs James Po teetFrank Myers spent Sunday in Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Frank Lay entertained the young people with a social andsupper Saturday evening Mrs Wm Williams end little son Edward of Orlando spent Sunduy until Mon V here with her mother Mrs Nancy McHargueMrs Henry Allen Doan has returned from a visit to her daughaer Mrs Rose at Jell ico minesMrs Claude Caremen has returned to her home at Corbin after a pleasant visit with relatives here Wm McHargue was in Mt Ver non Monday on busness =Charlie Riddle of Orlando passed through our town TuesdayMrs Nancy McHargue and daughter Miss Bir die will leave next week for Jellico and Knoxville where they will spend the winter John Fain was in Mt Vernon MondayThere will be a boxsupper her Thanksof giving night to raise money for a Christmas tree Everybody invited 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this oaper will be plewsod dreadeddisease Hallsdnow known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a Catarrhnup on the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation patientY Thetproprietors have so much faith in its cura JIuudJedDollarsSends forlist of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Jr Co Toledo druggists for constipation Protest against the delivery of a proposed address in Chicago by Senator Ben Tilman was made to Mayor Dunne yesterday by a dele gation of negroes thenclaim being made that it would tend to destroy the harmony now existing in that7 city omong the negro citizens Alt conference touching on the matter will be held to day by the parties interested CHHMBERLAINS PAIN BALM There is no danger from blood poison result ng fromarcut br r wound of any lwben Chain A Kerlaifls Pain Balm is used ltis 1Rejceverv ldig M f VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 23 1906 Published every Friday by EDG4R S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application THK lesson of the past election should come home to the people with added force and effect simply because they did not exert their prerogative as a voter and a killer therefore ot vicious practices and political evils The Democracy has lost the House by between forty and fifty in the Sixtieth Congress It should have won Tfe one hundred and sixteen Republican majority in the House could have been ovei come if the Democrats of the United States who really are Democrats who believe in Democratic principles had come out andvoted their honest convic tions because there were enough men defeated Democratic candi gates by less than three hundred majority to have won the House Louis LANDRUM in the Central Record at Lancaster says Everyone is thankful that political talk willcease for a time We are es pecially delighted that the news paper boys will now refill heir ed itorial columns with good hoss sense talk and lay away their tomahawks and scalping knives Ken tucky has the best lot of editors in the land but they lose their beads and do some very disgusting talk when a campaign is on Now get busy brethren and air your views in a far more interesting matter KENTUCKY AT JAMESTOWN COMMISSION BEGINS WORK FOR REPRESENTATION OF STATE AT BIG EXPOSITION With the purpose of providing for the proper representation of the State at the Jamestown Exposition to be held in Norfolk Va April 26 to November 30 1907 the Ken tucky Jamestown Exposition Commission has been organized and incorporated Headquarters have been opened in the Commercial Building Louisville and a cam paign of exploitation has commenced It is the intention of the commission to make the represen tation typical of the entire State and a replica of the Fort of Boones boro has been agreed upon as the Kentucky Building Funds for the erection of the building and the collection and installation will be raised by popular subscription and the sum of 40000 will be required for the purpose The Commission is composed ot the following members J Stod drt Johnson Louisville President John B Atkinson Earlington Vice President and Director of Fi nance Charles E Hoge Frankfort Director of State Building Con struction Malcolm H Crump Bowling Green Director of Forestry Exhibits James JM Benton Winchester Director of Exhibits Manufacturers Honorary Commis sioners Hubert Vreeland Frank fort Director of Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibits Charles F Norwood Lexington Director of Mineral Exhibits J H Fuqua Frankfort Director of Educational Exhibits William Lindsay Frank fort Director of Historical Exhib its Logan C Murray Louisville is Treasurer and O O Ouslev Secretary The latter is in charge of the Commissions headquarters Seldom has a movement in which the entire State is interesred started more auspiciously The Commission is the outgrowthof action taken at the Fifth State Development Convention held at Winchester October ro to 12 It was then declared that the great Fair tobe held in Norfolk Va presents an exceptional opportunity to Kentucky to make the prod ucts of her soil and factories known to the populous eastern section of the United States and to foreign The excellent WOrldSJFair the memories of Kentuckians and the benefit of this representation is fvnow being felt and seems to in crease Pastime goes on t for contributions r lti plants lumber and mining corn panies mercantile houses and simi lar enterprises throughout the State The various organizations of Kentucky will be asked to canvass their respective communities for subscriptions The time for the collection of funds erection of buildings and instala tion of exhibits is so brief that the work of the commission must nec essarily be prosecuted with the greatest vigorIopen Any one wishing to make a contribution should not wait lor- a personal solicitation but may end check money order or cur rency direct to Logan C Murray Treasurer American National Bank Louisville A REMARKABLE WORK Our country needs no introduc tion to Breathitt county and its bloody record Unfortunately Breathitt is not alone in its annals of highland feuds But people needan introduction to the brave effort to rectify this wrongand heal this open sore of our country Eight years ago a littile company of Christian men and women determined to send the Gospel of pe Ice and love to those long neg lected and warring neighbors in the mountains tens of thousands of whom never saw a church They began without a treasQry or an organ or patron or agent They asked God for help and re ceived the voluntary aid ofa few friends Eight years ago they sent one devoted Evangelist into the Cumberland mountains and God provided three hundredand sixty dollars for his support Every succeeding year the work has grown until the last year ninetyseven Evangelists were sent into the mountains of Tennessee Virginia North Carolina and Ken tucky and over ten thousand pro vided for their support without ever asking a collection from any churce The workers and the money came from every branch of the church and every state of the Union and beyond fjThese mis sionaries last year taught 88 Sab pupilsireceived 786 confessions of Christ distributed 500 Bibles and Testa ments and over 3000 tracts They built last year eight new mission houses and churches sent 86 boxes add barrels of clothing to the Door mounainers taught 41 day schools and operates the Log College be gun under a tent and has now 165 pupils and six teachers andi splendid plant tweuty five miles from a railroad They are prepar ing foJ five similar institutions three of them already built The Society publishes the only paper exclusively for the mountainers and has received over 5bo for founding an Orphans Asylum for the homeless children of the hills This work has been done in the regions bevond churches and preachers among the long neglected mountainers No wonder a dis tinguished preacher said The ao ciety of Soul Winners is doing the most and best work with the least money of any missionary society on Earth so far as I know Next to the manifest help of God the Society owes most cf its success to the Press of the country which has given the work its valuable assist ance and enlisted Christian people of every churcL and state in is support There are three millions of these mountain people not de generate and worthless as some suppose They are descendants of the ScotchIrish and AngloSaxon and Hugenot emigrants the origi nal settlers of this country andare now the purest stock of Americans on the continent They are poor and unlearned This is the work of the American Inland Mission commonly known as the Society trgiiiized ROberts1Bullock National Bank of Lexington Ky Treasurer Dr Henry S Crockett Secretary and Rev H S Murdoch Field Secretary with a full board of executive and advisory officers Not one of these receives a cent of salary except for the work in the Mission Field All who esire a share in this work and its reward can address the President or Treasurer Give and it shall be given unto youH William R Hearst in St Louis said he would have been elected- GoverrtorfNew York but for the opposition of McCarren and Mc- CIl1th i t d J r IilLJDIL E AD The Baptist Sunday School is preparing for a big entertainment and Christmas tree on the night o- fDec24Miss Lizzie Owens isI visiting her cousin Miss Maggie Roberts at Junction City Drum mers have been thick as hops hcie this weekCapr L C Smith has returned to Prestonburg after spending a few days here the guest of F FranciscoIW R Matson of Lebanon vas heie Wednesday taking up J U Friths logsM G Dowell has re turned from a n extensive Southern tour of 6 weeks duiation Robert Dowell of Hopperville IlL isI spending a few days at the Frith Hotel the the guest of his uncle M G DowellV J Owens was in Mt Vernon Wednesday on pro fessional business J E Wallen of Mt Vernon has purchased property here of J G Frith and he with his mot estimable wife and children moved in Wednesday Mt Vernons loss will be our great gainEd Hurt is spending a few days at home hunting Mrs E B Newland and chjldren are visiting Mrs Newland mother in Garraad countyH B MoClary and E R Gentry were in Maywood Sunday Sunday calling on two of Lincoln countys BellsH H Vallen of Lakeland was in town Wednesday night Miss Lillie Gust of Hiatt visited Miss Cleo Wilmott first of weekJohn Nevius was up from Stanford SnndayMr and Mrs L B Hilton oPine Hill visited parents here first of the week Mr and Mrs J W Brown of Mt vernon were guests of Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry Tuesday Dr aud Mrs W E Graveley spent Tuesday at J J Smith s at Hiatt Miss Maude Watson left Wed nesday for a Weeks viit In Garrard Mrs Geo Sparks was her at tending the bedside of her nephew Dr Acton D Wilhoitte Miss Pacarr the trainednurse of Norton Infirmary who waited on Dr Wilhoitte during his recent illness has returned to her home in Louisville Misses Lyda Hilton and May Magee are visiting in Lan caster this weekRobert G Wil rnobas left 413 to acept a very lucrative position as assistant casher of the Pine Knot Banking Co it Pine Knot Ky Heres hoping you the best of luck Robert Dr W F Carter accompanied the re mains of Dr Wilhoitte to Monterey On Tuesday morning at ir55 our Lord reached down and took the soul from the body of Dr Ac ton D Wilhoit to that beautiful city where no death comes Dr Wilhoitt was just beginning on his 25th year he being 24 Nov 6 He raisedthywith their tender care had made of him one of those sons whom Kentucky is always proud Dr Wilhoitte was a graduate of the Louisville College of Dentistry he having graduated with honors in June and located here in July and only practiced his profession six weeks when he was taken down with that much dreaded disease typhoid fever and after ten weeks of suffering passed into the great beyond It seems hard to give up such a noble and manly boy as he but in all cases the Lord knows best Dr Wilhoitte was a Fellow Craft Mason he having taken sick before he finished his work in that line He certainly made many friends during his short stay with us His remains left here Wednesday morning for Monteray where he will be buried Tnusday morn ing at 10 oclock His entire fam ily have our heartfelt sympaty POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Warrants by the wholesale are expected in Lexington against al leged offenders at the recent pri mars election as a result of investi gations made by and at the instance of Attorney General Hays Interlna1a for him for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky and claim that he wuT win in a walk DeWitts IE17 and Bladde Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the Quickest relief frQm those troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such backacheIDavis L APPEAL FOR THE CHILDREN A touching appeal is being jent out by tht Kentucky Chil drens Home Society Louisville ior a generous Thanksgiving remembrance This is a longestablished custom of the societv which usually meets with a generous response This year how ever on account of Ihe recent political campaign and other counter causes the society finds itself sorelv in need of funds The expense of accomplishing the rapidly expanding work and of fulfilling its full duty to the great mass of destitute children of the State is being greater and unless the pubic come to the aid of the institution the work willI e greatly hampered this year Destitute children are coming tc the care or the society at the rate of morethan roo a month and the expense is necessarily great The society is being asked n every hand to take charge of the orphans and abandoned children from every county in Ken entreatiesigenerous response to this Thanksgiving appeal Please address checks or currency to CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY IfKENTUCKY 2116 Von Borries Ave- LOUISVILLE KY IIAXO STOCK AN D CROP R L McFerron sold to Charley Carmical a span of mules wagon and harness for 180 STRAVEDA red mooley heifer 2 years old whitescreak on belly Liberal reward for any informa tiou leading to her recpvery R B MULLINS nov9 3t Mt Vernon TAKEN upA black sow wt about 150 Ibs two notches out of right ear and a crap and notch in left Owner can have same by paying damages and cost of the advertisementW F SOWDER n16 3t Wabd Ky tspIcase Louis ville holding the the Louisille and Nashville railroad must make transfers of live stock in original cars to the Southern railway fo delivery at the yards of the company SPIRO Rev F M Smith is expected to fill his regular rappointment at Freedom Saturday and Suaday Jim McKinnev visited relative at Crab Orchard Sun and Monday Dock Owens visited relatives at Pongo Saturday and Sunday A large crowd attended church ai Freedom Thursday night Services conducted by Rev Baker Jim Davis of lona has been visit ing the family of J H McKinne this week Mrs Alex Welis and two daughters visited the family of Joe Moore near Wabd Sunday Mrs Susie Owens is quite sick at this writingW H Owens and H G Owens visited the family of R SundayDEAD wife of Andrew Owens breathed her last on the 20th oif November She leaves a heartbroken husband and two little children besides a host of friends and relatives to mournthe los ofnn affectionate wife anddear mother Weep not for her w 10 K gone on before but say Thy Will be bone 88VED DIY ijFf Thats what a proralnen druggist said of Scott Emulsion a short tim ago As a rule we don use or refer to testimonials in addressing the publI but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tionsith Scotts Em ulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to oldage Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost lIes andvItalIty an Jrepairiii waste The action Scotts Emulsion is more of a secret than tL composition of the Emu sion itself What it dot it does throughnourish mthatthc kind of nourish ment that cannot be oh tained in ordinary food No ystem is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will sendou a sample ftuIBe rare that this form of ttbel is on the wrapper youborSCOTT BOWF7- Chemists 409 Pearl St ii XV 5OcMl MUSS STIRRED UPI BY TSFTS ACTION IN SUSPEND = ING ROOSEVELTS ORDERPI PRESIDENTS DIFFICULT POSITION But Does Not Know Protests Were Made DIacks Want Dunne To Stop Tillmans Speech Washington Nov 21Is there ger ol the suspension by danITaft of the presidents order ling the three colored companies the 25th infantry without honor caus ing friction between the president and the man who has been his chief lieu tenant the past two years This is the question public men and army officers are asking each other when they discuss this situation privately I themselvesamong The situation is an embarrassing one for the president whichever horn of the dilemma he may take After reviewing the facts in this case as submitted to him the president issued serviceI the now famous order that put a whole I isthmus Sour comment has resulted because the order was not promul gated until after the election The ac toIincident in large measure would be forgotten before the president again reached Washington Revived the Interest If this was the expectation Secretary Taft succeeded admirably in reviving public interest and intensifying the criticism of the presidents origi nal order Of course the president could not he expected to know of the deluge of complaints and protests on account of his order with which the department was flooded after his de parture nor did he know that the New York republican club had condemned is action and called for fair play for those colored troops Secretary Taft did know these things however and he assumed the responsibility of suspending the execu j live order until the president could matterIhis original order if he overrides the secretary or he must admit that he may have acted hastily if he rescinds his order and reopens the case Which ho will do may be known soon by which time Secretary Taft hopes to be i in communication with the president Meanwhile the war secretary will ray nothing He refused to say more thiri cant discuss the case at present This was interpreted to fniiin that the secretary could say nothing until he heard from the presi instructionsIwhether he had been in 1011 with the president by communicaI Chicago Nov 21 was rnnri on Mayor Edward Dunne by a committee of negroes to stop United II States Senator Benjamin R Tillmans lecture next Tuesday night at Orches tra Hall by police force if the senator persisted in addressing a congregation ChicagoIthat Senator Tillman could not on any subject without bringing in talkIrace problem and that if he did he would excite a riot in Chicago TRAIN PLUNGES Down Mountain Side Killing IWounding Every One Aboard orI Ashevllle N C Nov 21 Rushing headlong down the mountain at speed of about 80 or 90 miles an aI 1 Train No 72 a heavy eastbound EOldtrain were demolished and all the train crew killed or hurt A mountain eer crossed over the mountain to a telegraph station and told the tele = graph operator of the occurrence The = train dispatchers office at Ashevllle was notified and two wrecking trains and physicians were sent o- utCASTORIA II For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 1itgnaturo of 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 better for a perfect ARNOLDjas you necer saw and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are astonishingWe pleasure in showing our goods and giv ing our prices Remember they are all perfectly new and stylish Come spend a pleasant day with us A C5 HIATTII HIATT KNTUC n wpd tao 1 JONAS NlcKENZIE 6 lH COME COME I INotionsCLOTHING IWe allIcarrry a full lineof Clothing that will suit sizes andages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS fticKZEil JONAS rIcXEfZIE t OUR BANKING No matter how small wo mattter how large THE BANK of EV1T VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women aliketRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a periodof six months or more OFFICERS C 0 WILLIAMS Pies W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash J A NEW BOOK THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE of KENTUCKY IiI IIof I TaHets- s ti3 oth 1111oflished by a Mountain Man Wm H Haney the author IIIandHe subjectIchapters They Are Location oICon itions Feuds Indus tries The Public School Secondary 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 full page illustations It is printed in handsomelybound gold Price 150 Postpaid SICNALI= ntnntnnunnnntntntnn jttttntntn nntntnnnl Willis Griffin 3 PRACTICAb 3 3AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR 3Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete Can lurmsh on short no tice Metalic Coffins arid Caskets and have Embalming = done Fine Hearse attached 3ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 = 11111111111111111111111 11fl1111111111111Jil1111111111111111111111111111IS t To Cure a in One Day Ta Laxative Bromo Quinine vMftiMb feo MoMfat v Thit signature 1tLflJl 16 UNDERTAKER J Cold i3k 1Cures on every box25c MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov 23 1906 79 Call up No 79 whenyou we nt to Comnaunicite with SIGNAL 79 0 0 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPEIIS0NAL Miss Kate Moore is in Lonis ville this week Egbert Wallin has moved hiv family to Brcdhead Minor F Fish is visiting rela lives at WilHamsburg Mrs H H Daily has been very sick for several days W H Krueger is in Louisville tins week buving goods Den McClure of Paris is here visiting relatives and friends Little Miss Bernice Landrum is numbered among the sick this week Mrs W Brown visited Mrs J Thomas Cherry at Brodhead this week D Cummins has gone to Cin cinnati to accept a position in a freight depqt Miss Annie Davis daughter of W A B Davis is quite sick with malaria fever Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks visited the family of his brother W J Sparks Sundav Willis Johnson whom we reported very low with typhoid fever last week is slightly improved Mrs C C Williams and MrsI Cleo Brown spent from Monday until Wednesday in Cincinnati Mrs Margaret Taylor and daugh ter have gone to spend sometime with her other daughter Mrs G S Livesay Capt M F Smith was at Loret to this week to see his daughter Miss Elizabeth who is attending school there E A Herrin has recovered from his sickness aod is now do ing the plastering on R B Mul tins new house Judge J B Fishand littl daughter Elizabeth of Williams burg were the guests of hi brother G C Fish Monday Marshall Smith will move ito the Presbyterian Parsonage the first of the month at which time he will give possession of his property on Richmond St Dr T J Price who was one of Beckhams strongest supporters in the county was here Tuesday and told us that he was feeling fifty percent better since the election Mrs Sue Butner and daughters of Kingston are expected to ar rive here this week to commence housekeeping in the residence of Mrs Boulware on Main street William Casper and little daugh ter Lena are visiting the family of G W Gentry Sr Mr Casper who is now in the insurance business will probably spend some time hare and in adjoining coun ties LOCAL Beginning Saturday Dec ist I propose to sell for the next twenty five days all dry goods and grocer ies for absolutely cost and carriage Watch for circularsJ WOOD Orlando Ky PUBLIC SALEAt Brodbead Ky I will offer for sale to highest bidder my entire stock of general merchandise shoes hats notions queensware etc Also one pair of Dayton Computing Scales good as 28thTermsS A BARNES Brodhead Ky HC Jones Auctioneer- ToMBsTONEsAny one in need of tombstones or monuments I will make it to your interest to call on me at my shop I am pre pared to furnish you with any thing 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 ik tll Gxoxc OwENs u 6it Mt Ver ion Kv Clifford and Miss EllenIDock married this week LosTA bunch of keys Find er will please return same to this office and receive reward Mrs Andrew Owens died Monday after an illness of only a few days at her home near Quail Some nonsubscribers to tele phone service often give more trouble than the subscriber and generally no thanks at all Carlos Menifee and Walter Ad ams have the contract for building the new church at Flat Rock and began work on it yesterday WHEN At the telephone Dont lose your patience you are simply powerless and loss of tem per only makes a bad matter worse Prof Marsh the noted weather prophet whose weather predictions have become famous throughout- the United States says we will have aJ 1and severe winter In John Ramsey Rockcastle can claim one of the best stone mison s t be found any where This statement is substantiated by Lis splendid work on Fishs new store Jailer 0 V Jarrett and W T Davis of this office spent Tuesday near Wabd hunting and were treated to a splendid dinner at the hospita ble home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Nicely The case of James Kennedy for the killing of Milt Estridge at Crab Orchard on election day is before the court at Stanford this week Atty C G Williams is as isting in the defense ELOPED Edgar Livesay and Miss Bryant daughter of the latt Adam Bryant eloped to Jellico Tuesday and were married return ing here on the early train Wednesday morning Neither of the parties are very much if any over sweet sixteen C J Shipp who had the con tracts for building J Fishs and G T Johnsons new store rooms has in both cases sold his contract to these gentlemen who will superin tend the completion of the work Mr Fishs building will be ready for the carpenters today DONTBlame the telephone U vou do not perfectly understand all times the party at the other end of the line remember that all voices are not alike some are particular well adapted to telephone conversation while others are very unsatis factory Mr Hopkins gave one of his interesting Sunday School lectures eveneing The Steroptican views which insteresting to the young folks He will give another lecture this evening beginning at 6 oclock so as to be able to complete his program before 8 oclock that all who de sire may attend the musical at th college We hope to see a larg attendance at both places Our liveryman W M Arnold and a drummer whom he was tak ing to Langford station ran a nar row risk of losing their lives Tues day by a falling tree Before reach ing Mr G C Fishs for some dis tance the road runs around the fop of a hill with a hig precipice o one side and an embankment on the other Just as they were passing by a dead tree about two feet in diameter fell striking the horse and knocking him buggy and occupants down the embankment Fortunate ly Mr Arnold and his campanion escaped uninjured but the horse is very seriously injured and it is doubtful whether or not he will recover One shaft was broken out of the buggy with a Iew other slight injuries Judge Robert Boyd one of the oldest and most prominent citizens- in Eastern Kentucky died at his home at London last Friday after noon alter an illness of only a few days although he had been in feeble health for several years Judge Boyd besides being a lawyer of considerable note was a very successful business man and had been a prominent figure in politics for many years Because of the death of his betrothed when a very o nRman the Judge had remained true to his first love and lived a bachelors life But few men have been more successful in the accum ulation of this worlds goods than he his wealth being estimatedat 150000 Judge J VAl orQfJ Stanford a life long friend end ad mirer was one of those ivho was handsomely remembered the I Judge in hit yvi11 jIFibi V Luther Manus has purchased a lot from R B Mullins adjoining the lot of Meshack Gentry We understand that Mr Manus ex pects to buijd The case of the United States Court vs Victoria Miller charging her with making a fraudulent affi davit in order to secure a pension was called at Richmond Monday but was continued until the May term Dr SC Davis Rev B S Davault Fred Hayes were those who went from here as witnesses BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL W B Adams of New York and Dr Liudley Blayney of Dan ville were guests at the dormitory this week Miss Richards the cooking teacher is vary much better and expects to return to her work ai the beginning of the veir Miss Adams room had the bet record last week The students who were neither absent nor tardy were Clyde Lair Diisy Fish Leila Sambrook Jalia Reynolds Monte Martin Alice Nicele Ela Carson Cora Griffin Blanche Crawford Zeltna Tones Flora Pennington Rilla Hiatt Ivan Martin Claud Thompson Lincoln Peunington Sherley Tate Floyd Miller John McNew James Harness Mike Kain Mrs Fredericks and Mrs von Eichen entertained the teachers very pleasantly Saturday evening Two weeks ago the high school and grammar grades met to form- a society Officers were elected and committees were appointed The officers are Walter Miller president Mattie Baker Vice President Maud Guthrie Secreta ry j Claud Thompson Treasurer MUSICAL NOTES The musical department is be coming quite a feature of the school and steady progress is being made in the direction of good music The whole school is divided into two choruses a junior and a senior chorus It is notable that there is not a single student in either cho rus who does not sing The boys sing as well as the girls They sing well and some goodnatural voices and tenors have been discov ered among them A male quartett and a girls quar tett have also been organized and are now in training On the pro gram of the next r citalwill be found chorus numbers A school orchestra will be organized very soon work has already begun in this directionPROGRAM r Gipsy Chorus from Bohe mian GirlBolfeJunior Choir 2 Piano soloVolse Brilliant Marchand Elizabeth Fishbach 3 Song The Eourleaved Clo ver Mrs Rider 4 Male duett FloatingF Roote StillyeNight MooreJames McDonald 6 Piano solo Movement from Fantaisie MozartMrs Eichen 7Song Foote Mrs Miller Eveningtny Song Then Youll Remem ber MeBolfe James McDonald 10 Chorus Down on The Miss issipi Floating = S o u the r FolkSong Senior Choir LI Y1NOSTOJN Mr Bud Wright of Parksville is here with his brother W W Wright who has been real sick for several days but is much improved nowMrs Harry Jinkens and daugher of Corbin are spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs JB Hays She is ou her way to FrankfortMr Edgar Hays has removed his family from Paris to this place We are glad to welcome them back Mrs Chas Rice was called to Lebanon Junction on account of the illness of her daughterinlaw Mrs Walter Rice James HighI tower of Coal Cro kenn was the pleasant guest of his sister Mrs Frank Longmire Sunday werelinIdayMrs R A Whitehead spent several days last week with her parents at Prea CbersV ille Mrs Henry Burton was in East Bern stadt Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Harve Thompson Mrs Dora B Uof Brush Creek wti herer sr this week visiting relatives and friendsMesdames J M Thompson Dr Sams ancl Miss Emma Bagley were here between trains Wednesday Mr and Mrs Howard Bowers are on an extended visit with rela tives and friends at Preachersville and other places Mrs G D Cook visited her parents Judge and Mrs J B Lair the first of the weekMrs Essie Painter and daughter Ruth returned from a visit to Brodhead and Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs James Hall have returned from a two weeks visit to relatives at Tracy Tenn John Griffin of Jellico is spending the week with relatives and friends L H Davis spent a few days to t week in Paint LickLewis El m ire of Knoxville is visiting Cas pr Adams He is on his return from Campbells ville Dr Hamilton of Tyner Ky wis the guest of Mr and Mrs J N Riggs Saturday and Sunday George Howell of Corbin was in town the first of the week on businessChas Rice Jr of Leb anon Junction was here Tuesda and WednesdayFelix Pence of Filmore is visiting at the home of J N Riggs this weekThere- was quite a numer of new phones put in here this weekWillie Mc Guire of Lebanon Junction spent a few days with homefolksBorn to the wife of Alvin Reynolds Nov 17 a baby boy Mrs J A Oliver who has been real sick is much improved The remains of Mr Hardin Patterson arrived here Tuesday for burial He was killed at Portsmouth Ohio by falling from a train He leaves one sister Mts Lou Quinn of Corbin He had 18000 insurance Mr Geo L Pake director for the Y M C A accompanied the remains and conducted services in the Presbyte rian church after which the remains were interred in the Ward cemetery F M Maxey and W T Grubbs of Wooldridge Tenn Mr and Mrs Edd Quinn of Paris and Mrs Lou Patterson of Corbin attended the funeral of Mr Har iin Patterson ThursdayMrs Alice W bb and Mr Baxter of Colo were married at the home of the bride Thursday afternoon The hride is 24 years of age and the groom 6- 2cva S T 0IXABears the Aiha 42 Three men were killed and sever al were injured bya falling scaffolding at a new railroad bridge at Nagautuck function Conn TO GORE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2 JCtS mB BBB B 27 8CM jjClosin m tQ QUtl M m ts3 My entire lob 8of Pall and Win Millineryfew4 m M Everything m nGoes This is a seasons endM- idsalebe sacrificed My entiretS stuck of Millinery will bead soldat cost COMEW DEARLY before the stock3 Sis broken QJ m Christmas is C9m iJOUimmaking mfe way of FLOSSES SILKS LINENmM JUT tERNON XT YOUR GLOTFWG COSTS NOTHING 1ri 4 h Ifyou buy the Shield Brand 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 IIJJ collar I IIISHIELD AAAAAA II I Look into the r details of I STAR BRAND SHOE MAICINC I The Details ofshoemaking have come to be of paramount importance Impressive in appearance as the products of STAR BRANDS factory are we do not ask you to judge by surface appearances While examining the leathers observe carefully the unsurpassed grades of upper and sole stocks employed Look at the build and the entire set tipfl of the shoes As 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 FISHs CASH STORE I ucnonf f f CI1 Jt t i J t ii MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school super 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 grew steadily worse until a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debili ty female weaknesses impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by all druggists Price Soc Some land on Wabash Avenue in Chicago sold for250o an inch Edward Shipley a wen kn wn Cincinnati printer suicidtded by shooting Drink was the cause Thos K Jett died in Franklin county from injuries received while working with a corn shredder A YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1903 will long he re membered in the home of F N racket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiousl- Y from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began Discoveryforishing result after taking four bot tles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanetly cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists Price 5cc and 100 Trial bottle free- WANTEDGood man in each county to represent and advertise cooperative department put out samples etc Old established bus iness house Cash salary 21 00 weekly expense money advanced permanent position Our reference Bankers National Bank of Chicago Capital 2000000 Address Manager The Columbia Ho use Chicago Ill Desk No i 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 beyond the reach of medicine Chas C Davi- sFERTILE RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND SECTIONS OF jTHE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR So PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana is the fact that clear ed laud rents for 5 per acre cash andcan be bought for 7 50 to 15 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high rental value Other crops such as corn small grains grasses 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 growingLand r proved farms 10 15 to 25 pei acreThe new White Ricer country J offers many opportunities for set tIers 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 location Descriptive 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 stop overs For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville KyA or HC TOWNSEND General Pass I enger Ticket Agent St Louis Mo Kodol for Dyspepsia Digests you eattKILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUPTIOM UGHSwrf OLDI 100 For Pthi TrW Slo 1 IIirNtt wed uicktOvreaUI rJIB 0 d noQJlOJrn j tJ 1 T EQUITY BILLti AGAINST THE OIL TRUST WILL BE FILED EY THE GOVERNMENT ANNOUrCE IiT 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 noys followed another long conference at the department of justice The pa pers will be filed 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 Cor poration and a perpetual injunction against its continuance In business in restraint of trade The constituent companies now owned and controlled by the Standard through which not only the price of 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 en individuals being giver immunity thereby preventing a suc cessful termination to the more impor that action looking to the dissolution of the corporation DIVORCE CONGRESS MEETS Cne ThSrd of the Proposed Uniform Bill As Drafted Adopted Philadelphia Nov 14The National Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws In session in this city adopted about onethird of the proposed uniform bilt as drafted by the committee appointed at tlie meeting held in Washington The portion adopted include sever causes under which annulment of a marriage may be obtained andsix causes for absolute divorce Delegates from 27 states and the District of Columbia arid representatives of all Protestant denominations vlici attended the international confer once on marriage together with Cath cUe Bishop Shanley of North Dakota attended the discussions which were presided over by Gov Pennypaclcer The causes for which divorce maybe granted are infidelity felony big amy desertion habitual drunkenness and intolerable cruelty Soldiers Fight Furious Battle Cheyenne Wyo Nov HQuitea sanguinary battle occurred on the streets of Cheyenne when a detachment of artillerymen from Ft Russejl attacked a number of infantrymen all on leave Each side fought desperate ly with knives Five men were cu rind slashed one of whom is expected to die The wounded were taken to the hospital The cause of the fight Is an old feud existing between the two arms of the service Pitcher Denies Statement Havana Nov HLieut Col Wil liam L Pitchers attention was caned tQ an article In an American newspaper declaring that President Roosevelt had directed that an immediate report be requested from him as to whether or not he had been correctly quoted as denouncing negro troops while at Ft Sheridan last year In reply Col Pitch er said that he had never entertained and never expressed such sentiments May Promote Brownson Washington Nov HRr Adm Wll hard H Brownson who has just taken command of the American naval forces In the east will it is under stood soon be recalled to become chief of the bureau of navigation to succeed Rr Adm Converse when the latter retires from that office Negro Bank Closed Greenville S C Nov HTheWorklngmanB Savings and Loan fia PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Re fuse substitutes Chas C Davis FOLErS KIDNEY CUREW- ILL CURE YOU of ahy case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of inedi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes There is Jt Tiothing gained by delay t 50c andjfl0ia Bottles ff NPUE auTTUT t cR48 C PAVIS l1L T6 protect the little onts and r the information and satisfica on of mothers the contents of each bottle of that wonderful hil drens remedy Cascaswee have been placed on every label Cas casweet is a harmless compound o vegetable extracts that is wonder fulln its beneficial efiects on the stomach of babies and children Recommend and sold by Chas C Davis We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY 0 Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing rates with publishers ofthe best and most popular publi cations in the United States Daily Weekly and Monthly we are now ready 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 commission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offers would entail 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 situ ated to do a little agency work dur ing 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 ownerWrite today to- Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio Need a good cathartic A pil is best Say a pill like DeWitts Lit e Early Risers About the most reliabl i on the market Sold by Chas C Davis Spasms 1 St Vitus Dance Many persons 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 ago v that words cannot express Iroi St Vitus dance which follow d a very severe spell of rheumatism I doctored with a physician but the more I took of his mcd Icine the worse I got My mothers votion saved me After she had become physJclllyprocurtthe first dose to the last a continual change for the better was noticable bottlesIREAMNorthOur little boy Harry had spasms doctoredtinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms in one week About that time MilesNervineHis Improvement seemed slow but bottlehave not been seen now for years We MilesNervineMRS BELLE M TINDALT Hastings Neb Dr Miles Nervine Is sold by your thef1rstyour money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH m AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIGNALS r AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Squthwest HOUEJEEKE3S AID AYSOFf For Information sad Rates Address H C KING CP T Ill E Main St Lesincton K W A5 OARRETr5General Mensser WCo WNIAltSONOPA CInrirO 1 a POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting or tie JlOSIIof same V A Adams J J Smith Nancy Smith JCItlibbs Tat W Mooe Richard Higsb- yJH Winkler John Adams Joel Lui ceford JM Lear Coifeyj t Sam Maharge Allen Mahargt A C llt nifee JOhn Leeee Mrs Alice Moore T B LaH J T Purcell J B Livwy- BW D Livesay F Liv DavautiFAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS lit ino t liiniuusbtriKe bitaker5 in the land ae Dr Kiuus hw tte 1ills When livei anti UAV go ui1 suiKe they quicidsettle the troitiic and tilt pnriiyiug urk j4o3 rlt ou BuMcutc iw iizuaIi u lieadacije and dizzi druggilSI Am better prepared than over to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all t Ie iatest appliances for testing A fit gnaraMrtd Do all kinds of watch and clock rijp irintj Make your old spec frames look like new Rtpsir yom gold wd silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repair kept Vy truly C FHANKUN IA frAfi NTKHD CUKE FOR PILLS Itching Bunt Hlte ina Pro rur ing Piles D gists are authoriz ed to refund money PAO OINT aLai tails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50 Hopkinsville was floocd Tne1 day uy a sudden rise in it tie rive resulting from heavy rains anc msiness houses wll suffer a loss o ibout 100000 Three threestory rildings used as store rooms col i psed from weakened foundations The wafer it now receding The chpav imitation Jf FoJeys 1nt aid Ti cur u Mie si me is the genuine in the yellow pack ge Why then risk your ealth erh ps your life taking them when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure our cold and prevent serious ults Davis It is guaranteed Chas rel V TAWU1L i 1itrJU Curos Cod Pcvcats Prnt 3crJ2 Tr OR6GBNi J LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For nil Coughs and assists In sysiemoowels A certain relief for croup and ipJeariycures 4onstipatingFspecizliy outlining Opiates Kennedys Laxative aheno Opiates The Red Clover somand the Honey Bee on every bottle Trae Rtfl- btertlacNNcUid LAXATIVE HONEY TAR i C DeWITT A CO CHICAGO U8 A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROC5COASTLE eaS Estate Co MT VERNON KY 10FARM No IThis farm of 317 arcs located on Negro creek near irodhead Ky is one of the best arms in the county and will be sold at i bargain the ovner being unable to propprly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 17U acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good tock water Also good orchard FARM No 41J acres near rod head well fenced plenty good water nod orchard Plenty timber to ran farm good residence and one tenant louse Can be bought for 5500 A great bargain FARM NO 5Ho acres of laud tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will tell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and most desirable farm Priej 2 i banrain FARM NO iTh f tracts of land in one body consisting of 8584 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in T4ncoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot- tomland nnda good part of it is up lmdput level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 pnr acre One third cash the balance in one andtwo earS My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it r give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the onlyI genuine hairfood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save whatI hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Mad MasB1Also PILLS CURED Ui oivioHTS DS EASE Mr Robert U Burke Elnora N V wiies Belore I taruii to use Foleys Kidney Cure I hud to get up tioui twelve to tcnt1 iJcatledscarcely see one ofmy family across the room 1 had given up hope of living when a trienrt re cowmented Foleys Kidney Gnrrj WTIdeIsthjrd bottle the dropsy had goie as well 3s all other symptoms of Brights disease Chas C D ivi OASTO XABoars the 4 cZAi4 VsTANTEDBy Chicago wholes o und nmil nrder 110113 asoMsnt manager man or woman for county anti adjoining ten lISalary 20 and expenses padI weekly expense money adv Work pleasant position perm tint r Fi investmeu or experience itqu ed Spare time valuable Writ at once for full particulars anderr close selladdressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 134 K Lake St Chicago Enormous damage was done by floods in WashinQton State Tle railroads aud the farmers suffered severelySAn entire bloci in the business section of Campion wa destroyed bv fire early Monday mo ain tin loss beiiij t timrhlal 70101 The county jail ayd the best busi ness houses in the city wtre burn ed Good lor evciytliii g a salve is ust for and epeciall y recommended for pihs TIlt is whut we say of He Wins Witch Hczel Salve On the market for JCTS andastandby in thousand of families Get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis New Service VI- AFleildersoll Route Trains 140 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Seeper BETWEEN LOLI3VILLE AND EVANSViLLE Seepers open at Louisville 840 p mat Evansville 9 p nis andPatrons can remain in until 7 30 a n We respectfully solicit your patronageS L J IRVIN GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUISVILLE KY jrodhecid Marble Workfi RODHEA KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ArBRtGHTM anager ff= a- I tewart1 Iron j lilnllf Fence algetimtII1IMroII IwrnlrUfATI 111 c1eaij 1m rRee on Isow call prie15 IlllJllu lHe Call He ADJOINING COUNTiS Gold in pacing quar titles has been discovered near Wagcrsville Estill county eight miles south of Irvine according to tie statemei t ofgAtiorney Hugh Riddie who was in Lexington Saturday Mr Riddle Says the samples of quartz sent to the United States assiy ui lice at Cartersville Gawere found to assav 20 to the ton In otlv r parts of Ksiill county particularly around Winston gold hat heeu found that assayed 4 a tunJ Con siaerable excitemuiit prevails over the find near Wagersville and a company will he organized to de velop the strike The land on v Inch the god its brett found not far fiom the home iii the lae Captain Wilson the hero of Lookout Mountain who wth brave comrades Dlutuen the eeralI and stripes on thrU lofty pinicir during ihe niemorale b ttle above the clouds in 1863 Lexi in ton Leader Judge J S Bingham on peti tion of the qualified number of vot ers Has called an election in ii id dlesboro f r an election for Decetn ber 12 n local option- It is stated that if ihe drys carry in the local option elcto now approaching in Somerset Middles bnro Clay and Whitley counties there will not he left a single 1iensed saloon in the nth dib tritThe rfficial count showed that proposition to put in c urt Ibe h decent share had failed to puss and the chances are the old Ionlorlirs in damage Lancaster Record indigesIgood digestant which will digest The food eateu thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single teaspoonful of Kodol will whoily digest 3 ooo grains of food It relieves the present annoyance puts the stom perIpalpitationjof the heart and dvs pepsia Kodol is made in strict con formity with the National Pure and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davit Threatening letters were receir edjn Pittsburg Tuesday by officers of the Polish National Aliance from the Black Hand Socirty demanding 1000 under penalty of death Here is our condensed opinion 01 the Original Cough Syrup Near Iv alt other cougb syrups are con stipating especifcly those Obtain ing ooiates Kennedys Lnxatine containing Floney and Tar oujutesPuie Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis W A CARSON Painter WALL MYERSPaperh ETC Let us or work before All M L Dentist Mt Vernon Ky S FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Vlain St kuown as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAL every MONDAY cc Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On zed floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 jC MeCL ARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Gaskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Slarifbrd Ky 4iat sVc The Kind Yon HtIVC 1vyS urlLt tmI which has been in llSt for over 3O yctrs isas borne tile sigunthre of ti mae per sonal supervision since its infancy Allo v cue deceive you this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are but Ex eriiHeatj that trine with and endanger the health of Infants aud CiIi1drenExcrichlce against Experiment PiIICastOll is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone j iojw arid Soothing Syrups is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotie SKlistasiec Its ajc is its giitirniitee destroys Worms jiuft allays Fevci islmess cures Diarrhaja and TViud Colic relieves Teethiujr Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates the Food regulates the 3tonmcii and J5ovels giving healthy anti natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tiic Mothers Friend rtu u r Tt M lM ALWAYS Bears the Signature of gw ils49 t7 IL f i 44evc = 7A 0 r17tt tf9tf 0 PUi Th 1Irl1nLJUIn Use For Over 3O YearsS77 rURnIY rq r OV1 A PAINfUL PRIOPS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take YineoiWdIWomans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purif s and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles v ill send free advice in plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory DeptThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn WlL inid lias been umlcr Ids no to in It It It Iu It f7 l7 US We I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N CUatmy monthly periods alt my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now am in better health than have been for a long time younever had a better cheaptriporMemphis2000 One way fareIusreductionshave monthforreturn with stopover privileges in both directions COSTIfis chfiitp and fertile where the climate is mild and healthful where you can lIlLy for a big farm in a year or two and live comfortable while you are ityou should inveatiSate the countr along the Cotton Belt Aoute youthelooking around You will want to know sons thing about the country before you start Let distribntionTheyLCBARRY T P A Cottni Belt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYLWILD THE BEST PLACE IN ROCK CASTLE TO BUY Drucjp tationey Qigar TobccoS paint Ui and patent Medieine Diseases of Children A SpeciaHg- s C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY e JJC 3cab 7 ro GRANVILLE OWENS I IWV w COMPLETE LINE X Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled W M