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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tI i f i Fridayauiitern l jquj = VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY S1 RIO AY NOV 30 1906 NUMBER 10 1IfU ffiW t Z I I xaegoec A r 7J t Want What I Want J when I want it c p The sweet throatedsong ster who sang and started the popular song navy going the rounds I want what I want s when I want it clearly expressed my views of my cus tomeIsi f iYou WIlli what You fact f 1 Uf HIGhj tf uanlJt V J Now is the time you wan r f GoodSolid Heavy Stylish I winter goods R Heavy Overcoats Suits J I Shoes Underwear Ladies r Long Coats Jackets Facina 7 tors Shawls Overshoes and everything suitable to the season in all lines J DECEMBER The Mernesf MonTh of The Year I shalloffer the greatest line of Goliday Goods ever shown 1 in this country IThe Keynote to I My Success fis giving the people what they want when they want it at a prices that are never matched 1 f A few more Old Hickory j Wagons at a low price And fremember the good old unj DouglasJvLShoes Stetson Hats Kwality f IountsCloth gg f I am not dead but buried 1x in business all be i1 IsupS ply rny customers with whaty t5 theywant when they wanbit ygte 1t 4 U i e t l 5 OfWPPffCfJ I 6 RA1PIGr C STREAMS Rivers an Creeks Reported Out of Banks TJiCuoands of Legs Lost Lexington Ky Telegrams from nIl dentLicking Red Kentucky and Big Sandy rivers and other rivers and creeks In the state Prom Bowling Green report comes that the Barren river has risen 25 feet and thousands of logs railroad Vies and imlcn fencing have been swept Morgantownjave at Ford Clark county theThebridge at Morgantown where there is a great jam of logs At Maysville the Ohio river is full of logs thousands of which have been lost on every river in the mountain district BRIBERS PUNISHMENT For Contempt in the MarcumHargia Suit Is Approved Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Clark cir cuit court whereto B F French was lined 5000 for contempt of court and Felix Feltner 3000 and sentenced to serve two years in jail for actively as slating French in committing the contempt French was charged with hay i g bribed with money certain wit nesses to absent themselves from then trial of Mrs James B Marcums suit against James Hargis for damages The court of appeals says this sen ence is not excessive under the tes timony produced and indicates no pas Ion or prejudice oa the part of the juryl UNDER THE HAMMER Lazy Kentuckians Services Will Es Sold For Nine MonthsIElizabethtown Ky gone With upraised mallet the sher iff this county will auction off Dock Auberry a shiftless white man who re fuses to work AUberrys services will go to his purchaser for the period oft nine months The proceedings wl be under the state vagrancy laXI which is called into use so little that action under it invariably attracts nI tention He was tried last wool an convicted being found by the verdict Strong ablebodied with no visible means of support and tout lazy to work AT ARLINGTONI The Remains sf Major Matthew Mark land Will Be Buried lRrJ1landlat Charles hotel where he has been making his home for the past rev years He served duriugtfie civil warn Company F Twentysecond infan try and afterward was promoted the regular army His wife ilea abc 18 months ago and is burled in Arlln ton cemetery on Gen Crooks lot Karklands body will be taken o Washington accompanied by Thomas D Slattery and James L Barbour a committee from the Elks Maj Mark land recently erected a costly mon ment over his wifes grave Charged With Firing Town Cloyds Landing Ky Benton Hatch or and William Glass two young men both less than 21 years of age were arrested at Moss Tenn 10 miles southwest of here on a charge of set ting fire to that town on the night of November at which time all the waslburnedtrail and went Immediately to the house of the two men who reside together Treacherous Creek Rise Sergent KyTwo women Mrs Jane Slone and Mrs Bolen are reported to have been drowned In the Callahan branch flood Many houses along this creek were swept away Three bridges on the Mud Lick exten sion of the Interstate railroad in Wise county are washed out causing a loss With other damages of 20000 Chisels Used To Open Safe Lexington KyThe post office at Elkchester this county was burglar lzed Forty dollars In money 2000 2cent stamps and 140 pennies belon ing in the post office department were stolen Bloodhounds trailed the rob bers several miles but the scent was lost The safe doors were wrenched open with chisels Want Schoolteachers Newport KyThe substitute list of the public schools has decreased to such an extent owing to the unprecedented activity of Cupid that it has become necessary for the board of education to hold special examinations rMr applicants Granted a Divorce Louisville Ky Shackelford Miller granted a divorce to Evely- Brown Rodman from John M Rodman Drunkenness and nonsupport were al leged were married eight year s ago Mm Rodman Is a daughter of the late GOY John Young lirpwn Former Postmaster Dies Louisville Ky =xttorneyJohn Bar ret aged 50 years postmaster of Louis t111e during tile Hitrrlsanaitciustra ion and ir ember of the state senate luring theGdebelTayior Uouble icadofapoplexy atMontrose Colo 4 K HAD A CLOSE CALL operationinvoving banfrQad wenkedtbyageapplication of Buck ActY 1dJil YOUNG MOTHER Accused of Murder Collapsed When Murderer Marched to His Death Lexington KyAs pathetic as was the execution of Thomas Stout In he yard of the county jail there was a scene enacted on the third floor of the Jail building that brought tears to the eyes of even the experienced sheriff and his deputies As the death march began from Stouts cell to the gallows the walls of a young woman were Heard by the officers and a halt was made for a moment to ascertain the origin of the sounds They were the cries of Mrs Etta Griffiths wife of Nolan Griffiths herself under Indictment for the murder of her 15months oldbabe Mrs Griffith occupied a cell on the third floor directly overlooking the jail yard and since the workmen began the erection of the scaffold on which Stout was to meet his doom Mrs Griffiths has been In a state of almost total collapse As Stout and the guards passed from the jail to the gallows Mrs Griffiths was removed to tho cell vacated by the doomed man in order that she would not see nor hear the drop Mrs Griffiths was arrested on a warrant sworn out by her husbands mother charging her with mur del and the recent grand jury found a true bill against her Stout was executed for the murder of Sim Lee committed several months ago DEMAND SEPARATE SCHOOLS Jews Declare Opening of Night School For Colored People An Outrage Newport KyDeclaring they de serve a night school as well as the colored folks a delegation of Jewis citizens met with the Newport board of education at the residence of Prof Ji G Hermann Eleventh and York streets The Jews declare that if tho colored children are worthy of a nlgV school so are the Jews and the New port board of education is now con fronted with the question pf establish ing night schools for all nationalities It is feared that at the next meeting the Germans Irish Swedes Hunga rians and other nationalities will swamp the board with requests that schools be opened for their children The colored school will open Decem ber with a full corps of teachers an will be under the supervision of Prof H Russell This the Jews declare an outrage The question was laid over until the next meeting which will b3 held December 3 MYSTERIOUS WOMAN CAPTURED Skulking About the Home Where Mrs Etly Was Murdered Louisville Kyi xwell dressed woman giving her name as Mrs Margaret Melvin and evidently of a re fined family was arrested when skulking about the home where Mrs Vir ginia Etly was murdered Officers who made the arrest were attracted by her voice and found her crawling along the ground She said she was the great female detective sent out from San Francisco to ferret out the mys tery of the Etly murder She also said she had solved the Pearl Bryan case Seeking to escape the woman ran into a ditch but was pulled out bj Patrolman Fow and Reiss who took her to central police station In police court she was put under 20 bond thai she may b =held Pool Room Men Go Free Coln ton KyThe cases of Johi Kelley Thomas Cameron and Josepi Herbert charged with holding an unlawful assemblage inn pool room were called in Covington police court The attorneys for the defense attack ed the jurisdiction of the police court and after an hours argument by the opposing attorneys Police Judge Johi B Read sustained the contention o the defense and dismissed the three men Louisville Ky Youths Trouble Washington D CAfter having gone through a fortune of 18000 In p few months according to his own statement Hal L Ragan alias Russell 33 years old who says his home is in Louisville Ky was arrested here on a charge of larceny by trait Shelby Irvine Dead Richmond KyA telegram was re ceived from Carthage Tenn announc lug the death at that place of Shelb Irvine 82 a wealthy citizen of Richmond He was vice president of the Richmond national bank and ft great grandson of Kentuckys first governor Knifed His Son Louisville Ky William Gllky aged 11 is under arrest charged with cut ting his son Charles 19 in the abdomen The injury may prove Trouble over the boys notpaylug board was the cause Found Dead in Hallway Louisville KyMary Hilson 2 ofna tenement house at 457 Green street Under the body was her fourmonthsold babe dressed in rags and almost dead from exposure An inquest will b held A Remarkable Phenomenon Paducah Ky A remarkable ph oaenoa is vouched for by several peo jrte who have sear a colored babe just flora with the letter D M plainly asked on its forehead The child bo wings to PearL Franklin CROUP A reliable medicine and one that honate use s Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse cr even aft the cruppy cough app ars Th ere- isno danger giving it to chil dren for it aontains rib opium or other harrnfttl drngEor sale by t1ii8tKto You KNOW MUll WORST WORK Some Mothersrunconscibusof the injurious effects ofAlum are daily giving it to their CheapBaking What Mother would to so if she only knew2 Alums Worst Work is its early harmful organsJPositively years be required to eat it in their food Secure your Children against Alum their food AVOID ALUff S plainly4 I ROYAL GrapeCream LEVEL GREEN Miss Maggie Hamlin and broth er Marion attended church at Freedom SundayMiss Maud Forbes accompanied by Misses Li da Hilton and Burdette Owens of Brodhead visited her parents here SaturdayMiss Maud Forbes gave an entertainment in honor of her guests The gentlemen from afar were E R Gentry A C Mc Clary and Victor Martin of Brod hendR L Brown and Miss Jose phine Elrod of Somerset gave us a pleasant call Sunday Bob thinks theres no place like Somerset Thos Nicely and family Jof Wabd were visiting friends here this weekJ B Cummins and wife spent a day pleasantly with Mr and Mrs Wade Mullins Clarence Mclneary the fruit tree agent of Plato was in our midst last Satur avJames Bullock and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs MillerBro Todd failed to fill his regu lar appointment at Friendship Saturday and Sunday so there was quite a number of disappointed people againMrs W F Debor- and daughter Viola were visiting Mrs James Starns of Walnut Grove who has been suffering in tensely with a ncerHow we pity the poor quail since the boys have been allowed to kill them We think they should not molest the quail as they are such friend to farmers crops and as everyone is dependent on the farmers it ap pears that by not killing the quail that we would be a help to the world at largeMrs J J Debord who has been very sick is better at this writing Miss Helen Smith of Bnffalo is spending a few days with relatives Wade Brown has almost completed his barnWoo chopping and corn gathering is the gathering the present voca tion of farmers Cricket ONeil still gets around as lively as his name indicatesMiss Sallie Thom Sprinbspent wit h her motherS hols will soon 2close then the teachers as well as the pupils will take a much needed rest IN TIME OF PEACE In the first months of the Rus siaJapan war we had a striking prepof those who so to speak have shingled their roofs in dry weath er The virtue of preparatio- has made history and given to us our greatest men The individual as well as the nation should he prepared for any smergency Are vor thmedold you can curedmuchmore quickly when treated assoon as it is contracted settledes in the system Chamberlains Cough Remedy is famous for its cures of cpldsanditsbould be kept at hand ready for instant Forsale by Chas C Davis 1eidin drt lcitiMt Vernon f i lEstablished1887 SHOULD RAKING POWDER PINE HILL Mr and Mrs Willard Rose of JelHco have returned home after aI pleasant visit with their mother Mrs Henry Doan Johnie Mc Harge Alex Ruthford Reynolds were in Corbin SaturdaI Misses Birdie McHargue and Mary Burdine were in Mt Vernon shopping Thursday Steve Car penter of Lebanon Junction was with homefolks Friday and Satur dayMrs Nancy McHrgearid daughter Miss Byrda left Saturday for Knoxville where they willspend the winterLuther McHarguq pf Corbin is with homefolks this weekBill Baker and Slighter Mis DLottie vUitid relatives at DolanlwasCtlia Welch at Mt Vernon Sunday Mrs Martha Gibson of East n t nit mit is visiting her mother Mrs F W Potet Will Cottongim of Lebanon Junction visited his family here Monday and Tuesday Bill Bar ger is visiting lelatives at Pittsburg this weekW C Simpson left Knoxdville where they went about three weeks agoThe boxsupper to be held at the school house will be on Friday instead of Thursday night as stated last week Every body cordially invited Misses Mattie and Emma Bond of CorbinI are here visiting their W M Bond SELLS MORE OF CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THAN OF ALL OTHERS PUT TOGETHER The following letter from a loc where Chamberlains Cough Remedy is well known shows by the un thde own Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says I have had the local agency for Chamber lains Cough Remedy ever since i was introduced into Canada and I sell 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 not had one bottle returned can personally recommend this medicine as I have used it myself and given h to my children and always with the best results For leadingGeorge Athy a barber at Camp ton was almost burned to death in soundnete slept The metre onthe bed was afire when he N 1IPAINbeITl1ere is no danger from blood orIwberlainsPairiBa1m is used ltian antiseptic dressing and should salhee cllJg t ltMJ Vtra Xi WILDIE L T Ltewart made a flying trip to Horse Lick Wednesday JasR Hays has had a case of grippe the past eekWill Brannaman went to Rockford Sunday to see his rel- aivesAt W Stewart and Tom are in Texas this weekMrs Cynthia Coyle of Berea was down Sunday visiting her parentsW H Jones and Lee Hansley made a business trip to Mt Vernon Tue- sdayThere were several Berea students home itora school Satur day and SundayW A Chasteen came home Sunday from Berea A T Fish Jr was over at Oak Hill Saturday and Sunday Jas H Brooks and wife were down from Columbus Ofirst of the week Rawley Parson was down from Berea Tuesday visiting friends Tom Branaman is in London this week on the Federal Jury Jas Moon of Welch burg Jackson county was in our village Sunday on his way to London 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this oaper will be pleusod dreudeddisease HaUsCacnrrhknown to the medical fraternity Catarrh being n constitutional disease requires a tatarrhCareon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation s patienttrengthand assisting nature in doing its work Tha proprietors have so much faith in its curs HundredDollarsSends forlist of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold hy all druggist Take HaWs Family Pills tor constipation QUAIL Dr J F Watson of Brodhead visited his mother Mrs Martin Owens SundayMelvin Owens Mondayitstamong the sick at this writingJcob El teachinga BrownIing flue in this section of the noun lyRobert Taylor is very sick at nd1acobat Pine allNovI8 They claimed it to be the best choir they were ever inso in attendance a E H Harriman and Eastern fi iaationlines light power and isle phone companies Here is oiir condensed opinion or Nearbystipating especialy those conta nraedvsLaxatitI e moves the bowels Cont ins no op NationalPtC Ja1l MT VERNON SIGNML 1906IFRIDAY Nov 30 Published every Friday by EDGAiGSJk RJG XUrr SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR OO 5 AdveWfng 1tJftmown oi t j Ab4e cann tthil1 a mothers love can evene itself destroy a movers kindness The lowest degradations of human jaiUy can not V 9 iijp ut the rmem branfth fts fond rnirtg of your affection or thetarnt taemdri al of pdttieRaLJnhPi1 V nay it seems taf the very cptfsTciouSness of the jecrstatQ4her erring child iiice fuflyvloed the mightyjforce 9t flat mysterious passion cat forget and forgive aIr thingbjand tthough the youtlt pjlier fat hopes m tpe as one cast fr fo0 od4andn4anr yet will sheIct fo9akhim but participate 1i aW thngs4save hv pick edness 1 wkHtf thejlulousiejs the petty intrilfuesy tfiBVtdednness and till- SiindSstanding ft life assail you rise 4bovttm Be like a i lighthouse thatWiumnies and beautifies- the snarlugsathing waves of the storm that t tilt thtt seek to- undertnineit Mid try to wash over it Thiis G6nquest When the chance to wm fame i wea th success orVUhe attainment of you- rlleartt1ySaCrlficc0 t h nor or principle iStdY0ti anddbes not affect you enough to seem a temptation you have been a victor That too is Conquest And Con quest is a part of the royal road to happiness PRESIDENT SAMUEL SPENCER of the Southern Railway was kill ed in a rearend collision near Lynchdurg Va early yesterday morning The private car in which he was riding was struck and split open by the colliding locomotive and immediately caught fire and the body of Mr Spencer was burn ed almost beyond recognition In the deai of President Spencer thiscountry has lost one of its greatest railroad Presidents and a man whose jubgement upon railroad matters was given the highest consideration SOME men after being married a fewvears immagine that ana wife needs is a home and three meals a day with now and then some new clothes And yet during the process of winning the love of that wife he told her he could not live without her What is more he believed it at that time THE day set apart tor Thanks giving for 1906 has passed and we wonder how many people were re ally thankful for the many blessing s received THE unexpected has not happen edthe much talked of lid in Louisville has gone to the devil or some other sea port from whence it will never return SoME Children are foiced to be lieve that home is the place where all the growling is done MANY men have gone broke try ing to support a sealskin wife on a muskrat income OFFIGIAU VOTE OF RECENT TRIM THEI For United Slate C W fieckham a2599j James B McCreary 71482 Beckhams ma I jority 11117 For GovernorS W Hager 86ii5NBHaYeS 55233 Ha gers majority 30882 For AttornevGeneralJohn K Hendrick 69378 Lillard Carter 35827 Heddricks majority 33 55i For Superintendent of Publi- ciiisticrionM O Winfrey 56 065 E A GulliOn 50491 Win freys majority 5574 For Commissioner of Agricul ture JW Newman 54072 R C Crenshaw 48752 jority 5320 JewmallsmaI For Lietenantt Trimble 87118 For State uditoHenryMf Boswqrth 861274 For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland 83253 y For Treasurer Rnby Laffo 8i643 c JFjbr Clerk of courtpf Appeals 1John BCheaUlt 85416 Ij if I POLITICS AND roLmiSs Senator Platr is still parrying the question of resignation declaring he has nothing to say at present Senators and Congressmen are Jl Pty t Jnant Jp tioilof hortsessiori which be gins on Monday r Patrick H ftlcCarreri the leader- oftlieBriok1yiiDemocracy f r in an interview in Denver Monday denied that cratched Hearst atvUi recent election llIhamsdeclared that Gov Vardamari WT a monomaniac on the negro quest sion and not in accord with the Sentiment of the South An aftermath of the recent elec tin in New York State is scheduled for today when a special committee of the New York Democratic State Committee will meet in New York City to investigate charges of party charges of party irregularity The probability of E T Franks Collector of Internal Revenue at OvVensboro entering the race fprJ thei Republican nomination Governor is creating no little stir among the Republican leaders over the State It Is asserted that the strongest opposition to him will come from the First district in which he formerlylivea h1Pzjii CORN J How TO KNOW AND RAISE IT Fram Winchester Democrat S T Davis told many things abqutTseedtcpf n that oPtJarmers do not know He said that pure whit bred corn must have white cobs Weightfor weight he thinks there is no differencein the feeding value of white and yellow corn The first crossing of pure white corn with pure yellow corn will make the heaviest yield of any but the crossing must not be carried further Much is lost by not haying a good stand It is as much trouble to cultivate a fieldwith ond Third missing hills as one with a good stand end the yield is so much less Breeding 10 a standaid type of corn with the end of the cob cover ed with grain tends to thicken and shorten the ear and make the crop later For the perfect ear the shank should be of medium length the but cup shaped with grains at the base standing at an angle ot 45 degrees to the cob The grain should touch along the edges from the cob to the tip of the grain Space be wean the grains indicates low vitality and immaturity The circumference of the ear should be three fourths of its length and should hove eighteen to twenty two rows of corn to the ear and 87 per cent of the weight of the ear be corn The cause of the corn getting two lote is careless ness in selecting seed corn and not planting early enough Contrary to what is usually believed be said seed corn should not be selected from stalks bearing two ears Ex perience has shown that there is little difference in yield between corn driled and checked other things being equal- ADJO1NIN g COUNTIS 1 Shelby Irviue one of the wealthiest and best known citizens of Richmond died Monday in Car thage Tenn where he was taken from a train ill while on his way homeIt fresh in the minds of our readers that the Kentuky Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of Judge Benton of the Madison CIcuit Court as to the constitu alit of the Day Bill which tor bids the co education of the races in Kentucky It was aimed at Be rea College and the College made a test case and took the qUtstion to the Court of Appeals The Court however did not affirm the decision as to the twenty five mile clause and declared that the clause which would prevent the College from establishing another school for the other race within twenty five miles of the College to be un constitutional Recently the Trust s held a session at Berea and many rumors have been afloat as to what was decided upon In the EIBTrustees writes of the decision reached He says that it was decided to carry The question to the United States Supreme Court Yet they hid decided to obey the e k lY flaw itlfey thdCeO tlDg au accept the principals azlias th practice ot saparatonTIe HII theIand j et to be deciledupon All industrial school rather is to bt fix5top nedicoll glat ed plrt m ll tto headed as the demands teqi e ltp ouYplqse the bant dxp ct to 50I PJutagraph InndI t4 iiLx ni VOCEi5ANDGltIJI t TAKKN UPAllaLkSJ wt abouti5a ibstvo notches dut of jrifcht ear and azcrap and notch in left Owner can havesauje by thtIit W F SOVDER LnlV3tI Wabd7ky LANCASTER COTRTCT A fairly goodcrowd was presfentat Lancas trc urt tsterdav but business 500jandIal 31A to 3 6o Butcher stuffwas slow at 24 to 3c The horse and Tmule market 4vjis flullvery few of either changing handsIuterior Journal n OMLjFarfistookipo head of Sob pound cactie Ho tie farm of Judge Sumrall on the Harrods burgpikej last 4pi1and turned them out to graze uponvtne n fine ifari Th ywerl weighed again a fe days ago just seven months later andthe figures show that the average gain urJon each animal was 500 pounds Mr Farris says he regards Egypt as the finest pastur age in Boyle county Egypt is a special name for one ot Judgu Sumralls best fieldsBoyle County Herald The November crop report contained the first official estimate of the corn crop in bushels It placed 30210ushels096000 bushels The yied per acre has been exceeded but once in the history of our corn production for which we have official statistics in 1872 when it was 308 bush neverIcrop of last vear which gave the record yield Counting the excess ofreserves of old corn November 1st over the same time last year we have 210600000 bushels mcie ccrn for the current crop year than we had for the preceding oneJ total supply of over three million bushelsLouisville Tobacco MarketTo tal sales in this market last week were 2667 hhds against 3458 hhds on corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week were 500 hhds against 908 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 73 hhds 15 per cent of the auction sales ngainst 16 per cent the preceding week Ol thetotal sales 352 hhds were Burley and 2315 hhds dark tobacco Receipts and offerings were quite light this week It is expected however that the rains this week will make a general slipping and handling seasons and that large receipts may be looked for in the near future The re ceipts of new crop thus far contin ue to show a very large percentage of houseburned and frosted tobac co Old Burley has been in good demand at outside quotations Mew Burley when in in good condition and possessing a fair degree of qualitv and character has sold relatively well It will be a little difficult to accurately grade or quote the market of new tobacco till receipts impryve both in quality and quantity According to re ports of Secretary Green last week 20 hhds of new crop Burley sold for an average of 8 10 per hundred and 5 hhds of new dark sold on an average of 6 68 Farmers Home Journal DeWitts Kidnev and Bladde Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the Quickest resultingfromtroubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by remedyforDavis Henry Barker a farm hand was foudd dead in a haystack on a farm near Eminence A box oi roughon rats indicatedsuicide and the Coroner returned a ver dict to that effect C 40eEA V AJhe Y8 yS I f p iIt LsThe Z2ar n 16 tie EghtwwAt repeating sun in the world and the gun made trallsorb Ofaamc up to and The Znz 16 an exact miniature of ihefamousl 12 cause buih in an the working foredsted barrel Special l tokde blackand powders and foreend hanwalnut and put by expert expenenc1 gunmalten you ate a doter arousetteal tclSor Send in for cata1oue de in the whole 772orGn line and rif- les7e27lirfinJZreizraLS Co 42 Willow St New Haven Conn p 1SEWS ITEMS An unknown robber blew open the postoffice safe at BogueChitto EMs and got away with iooo An unknown man was swept over Horshoe Falls in a small boat atter heroic efforts had been made ffto save him The Spanish gunboat Alvarado captured during the war with Spain has been transferred 10 the naval militia of Louisana The question as to whether a railroad can issue transporation exchange for advertising has been raised by the Monon lu the United States Court atI New York Judge Holdc fined the CompanyChicago inegroes are now talking of applying to the courts for an in junction to prevent Senator Till man lecturing on the raceproblero The New Constitution ofvliss issippi provides that Thanksgiving shall be on the fourth Thursdav in- Noveuber instead of the last as is the custom Shulley shot and instantly kill ed a prominent merchant of Lin ton Ind as a result of refuge in mine and delies the officers trying to arrest him- Admiral Cervera is preparing a corps of 12000 infantrymen which will leave shortly for Cadiz where a Syanish squadron is under steam for Moroccan waters T Frank Emery proprietor of a secondrate hotel at Kansas City Kas was shot dead ast evening by one of two drunken wouldbe rob bers whom he had ordered from the place when asked to hand over bis tnoney The Clyde eainer Iroquois reaching Jnrjrsoaville Tuesday r1 ported the dii pearaiice of a woman registered as Miss A Brown who had boarded the vessel at Charlestown She is supposed to bavejumpedoverboard John Rooney a prisoner in the Beattvville jail stabbed and almost instantly killed Charles Boyd a negro also a prisoner during a fight over a game of cards The d adman was confined under a sentence of five years in The peni tentiary for crm jial asault 1SRYEll J1T lifE Thats what a prominent ruggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to test menials in addressing the puWi but the above remcj k ands im i 1 a r expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scot ts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of rem rlrirtg im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairh waste nvaction of Scotts Hyinulsion is ITO more of 2 secret than tls composition of the sion itself What Em111I itI does through ment tie kind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No S3stem is too weak or delicate to retain Scott Eciulsion rind gather good fro in It We will sand you a umplch Bt sure that this picture in the farm of Ubcl is oa the wrappcv e curT bottle of Emulsion you V7 SCOTT BOWNF Chemists 409 Pearl StJ Y Ik i aUdrugg RAYED IN HIS SPEECH tI Its THE SENTIMENT OF THE NORTH FOR THE NEGROI TILLMAN BRAVES HIS FOES And Tackles the Race Dispute With out Gloves Repeal of Fifteenth Amendment UrgedJ StatejSenatoran immense audience that packed Or cir stra haIl from pit to dome He spoke exclusively of the race question 1IEIhadwhich every effort had been made by the negroes pf Chicago A dozen negro vs in the audience sat mute through the terrific arraignment of their race only to break themselves into applause when the senator declared that President Roosevelt had violated the law when he dismissed tht withoutfathe guilty As he made his way from the build Ing to accept the hospitality of friends the thousands that had crowded into the streets joined in an outdoor ova tlou that was greater even than thai which met him on the Inside A few timorous souls made bold to ruelliapplause Perhaps for the first time since the days of abolition the negro heard a vast assemblage In a northern city violently applaud the assertion This is a white mans country They heard the accusation that the northern love for the negro was only for political effect and on election day and they heard an answering thunder of applause from the entire house They heard him roast the republican party in Chicago for nominating a ne- gro for judge and then counting him out They heard him plunge cold steel Into Mayor Dunne and heard the audience add the approval of applause to his unalloyed sarcasm Ho said that the white people of the north had settled the first three ques tions to suit their selflsh purposes and that in each of them the whit man had been made supreme He dr munded that the fourth question be settled on the same basi and his coii elusion was that the set iement wonlr be reached by the repeal of the Fit leenth Amendment to the Constitutor of the UniteJ States While discussing the Fifteentl amendment lie was Interrupted sev eral times by one of his listeners who kept asking How about Kentucky Finally Mr Tillman seemed to lose his temper and exclaimed Oh shut your mouth You dont know the A B C of this thing I forgot 40 years ago more than you ever knewYou make up your mInds that equality before the law which the Fifteenth amendment guarantees is rlsht awl should be enforced notwith standing its result If this law was enforced it would result In two states at least being nominated absolutely by negroes while four ther states would be so near being governed by the negro that there would be practically an equal division of offices Senator Tillman came from the Great Northern hotel accompanied by two plainclothes men from the Central station Assistant Chief Schuet tier had a large detail of policemen on the streets in front of the hall and had taken every precaution to prevent the trouble before the hour for the lecture had arrived The precautions were not necessary The police detail was only useful in clearing his way through the mass that cheered him as he left the place Spelling Worries Statesmen Washington Nov 2SThe house committee on legislative executive and judicialappropriation bill took advantage of the appearance before It of Public Printer Stallings to discuss the question of simplified spelling in con gressional documents HeacOn Collision Wlnona Miss Nov 28oneper Zen was killed and a score of persons injured when westbound passenger train No 35 on the Southern railway ran into an open or split switch near here and collided headon with a freight trainon a sid- ingCASTOAIA jTheBears the ftttmature of Ij iLESfYOU FORGET Thatweare the leading merchant of Rockcastle III county come see our new line of UpToIate Cloth c ingysHai3 andShoe j They aresilupl9swell titperfectfs m o SiLE4 Tyaiieepr yourself IOUI Bry God iihei eomplete Such beauties pas you necer saw before in dress goods fan kinds i and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are I astonishing We take pleasure in showing our goods and giv nil ing our prices Remember they are all perfectly new arid stylish Come spend a pleasant day with us AN C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY J JONAS McKENZIE sw IiwNotions P CLOTHING 1We allIcarrry a full lineof Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right i Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE Eto n = JONAS RflcKEKZIE rf w YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 pet cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS WILLIAMS Pres IrOADAIS VicePres c ijBKtk TL RICHARDS Cashier FURNISH Asst Cash A NEW BOOK III THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE of KENTUCKY the True History and Present conditions 1111Rlatmg People w A B lished by a Mountain Man Wm H the author He has divided the book into ten entitled follows Who They Are Location Social Conditions Feuds Indus tries The Public School See ondary Education Politics Outlook each one of which is ably 1000 Copies Every loyal Kentuckian should this book The book contains 200 pages full page illustations printed good readable type bound in red artcloth and stamped gold I Price 150 Postpaid For sale by the MT 11 MT VERNON ICY v signature 11111of IIIand discussedII readI inI VERNON SICNAL nnnnnnnnnntntntnnu Willis Criffin PRACTICAL H UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL 3DIRECTOR 3- r Mt Vernon Ky = = Stock Complete Can on short no 3Etice Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming 3=done Fine Hearse attached 3= ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled E Phone No 63 i v =111il111111111111111111111111 11111111111Jfl11111111i11111111111111111111t DayITk TOi T t chapters as Religion It is is furnish 1ces J1 r MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov 30 1906 79 Call up Mo you virunt to SIQNALZ9oate Xvlth i I R R cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p tr 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered nt the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second elass mail matter PERSONAL Dr Perkins of Paint Lick was here yesterday- S W Davis was in Tennessee a few days this week Charlie Davis brakeman is at home on the sick list Miss Bessie Mullins is visiting relatives in Livingston- A B Furnish is visiting his parents in Gallatin county Victor Tate was here from Chester Tenn this week Miss Bettie Hicks of Brodhead is the guest of Miss Jennie Davis George Cook of Jellico is visit ing friends and relatives here this weekJack Lawrence is able to resume his work as night operator at the depotJailer O V Jarrett was in Lon don attending Federal Court this weekJack Smith spent Thanksgiving with his sister Miss Elizabeth at LorettoW Whitehead is slowly re covering from his attack of rheu matism Miss Lizzie Adams has returned from a short visit to friends in BrodheadLittle Miss Sadie Richards is visiting her grandparents in Galla tin county C B Henderson conductor out of Knoxville is visiting his family here this week H H Hutcheson of Kirksville was here Sunday calling on one of our young ladies Mr and Mrs S C Franklin spent the week with Dr and Mrs M Pennington at Bertha Minor Fish who has been at Williamsburg several days for his health is feeling and looking much improvedM Miller Jr who has been telegraphing at Wigwam Colo for the past two years is visiting homefolks here Mr and Mrs L R Hughes of Stanford spent Thanksgiving with the latters parents Mr and Mrs F L Thompson J A Proctor of Quail one of the best carpenters to be found anywhere is doing the woodwork on Fishs new store Miss Marguerite Fish left Monday for Fountain Head Tenn where she will spend the winter with her grandmother R E Thompson wife and dauugter Lillie are spending the week with Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs W M Poynter Mrs W J Childress and Miss Mattie McFerron of Livingston spent a few days this week with their brother R L McFerron Messrs Joe Newland and James Proctor operators on the Illinois Central are spending a few days here with homefolks and their many friends Miss Rose McFerron of Pine Hill who is just recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever is spending the week with her broth er R L McFerron The writer spent a few hours at Williamsburg Monday and found our good friend Judge J B Fish suffering very severely from an at tack of rheumatism LOCAL TOMBSTONES Any one in need of tombstones ormonuments 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 GEORGE OWENS i63t Mt Vernon Kyfe Lt yc x GMf9fioihiti t FOR HOLIDAY PiCTURESSEE KELLY BURTANMt Dan Roach ol Manchester has accepted a position us stenographer in Atty C C Williams office The fill aud crossing near White heads mill which connects Tay lor avenue with the main Mt Vernon and Somerset road will soon be completed The Baptist and Christian churches will each have Xmas trees one will he on Xmas eve and the other on Xmas night We are not informed as to what the Pres byterian church will have ourIcredit in bank today all that WHS eaten up in turkeys in the United States yesterday the worries and hard work of the print shop we would leave to the other fellow NEWLANDHUDE Mr James B Hude of Columbus Ohio a d Miss Alma Lee Newland formerly of Kentucky were married Mon day evening November 12th by the pastor of the Gift street M E church Rev P H Fry They will reside on Sandusky street Since the building of the pike to the top of town hill tics been begun and the people see what great improvements CEn be made with a small outlay of money some of the more enterprising cItizens are fa voring the issuing of bonds by the town to pike every street within the corporate limits This cer tainly is the only way i to improve our streets and roads and in the long run the cost writ not be any more Let us have expressions from the citizens of the town Last Friday night was the sec ond of the college musicals of the season The seating capacity of the college chappel was taxed al most to its full extent and every one of that large audience went away thoroughly delighted The junior and senior chorus were excellent and besides showing much musical talent on the part of the fifty or sixty boys and young ladies who took part it likewise speaks for itself in behalf of the splendid work of the instructors Prof Mc Donald and Mrs von Eichen The solos sung by Mrs Rider and Mrs M J Miller Jr were two of the interesting numbers on the program These recitals will take place every month Keep it out of the paper is the cry which local newspaper publish er daily hears To oblige ofte costs considerable though the par ty who makes the request thinks the granting scarcely worth saying thank you for A newspaper is a peculiar thing in the publics eye The news gatherer is stoimed at because he gets hold of one item aud is abused because he does not get another Young men and of ten young women as well as older persons peform acts wick become legitimate items for publication and then rush to the newspaper office and beg the editor not to notice their escapades Then the next day they condemn the same paper for not having pablished another party doing the same thing they were guilty of forgetting apparently their visit to the printing office Blue Grass Clipper Never before in the history of Mt Vernon has there been such a demand for property as at present The same house and lot which sold for 500 a year ago can riot beI bought for less than 750 or today What is the cause What has taken place to cause the people to want homes in Mt Vernon more today than they did one year ago There is always a cause and a reason for every thing andwhile we do not attribute it all to the Brown Memorial School yet in a large measure we believe that the imIand is still undergoing Whether all of our people appreciate the school as they should we cannot say but there is one thing we kno that the time has passed when it is necessary for the young people of our county to go elsewhere to get thorough training The corps of teachers is second to none to be found in smaller colleges and far superior to many of them The boys and girls and also the com mon school teachers who expect to enter school the first of the year we heartily commend to y u the Brown Memorial Schiol Th few facts herein stated we know to be facts and it isa Pleasuie to us to state them to the bpd with ouufearofcontradictloui V o rjJKJ h fJ I i cob1 h Jrt Circuit Court convenes one week from next Monday Fred Percifnl aged 20 a son of William Perciful died Wednesday of typhoid fever D C Pointer R S D vault 1 A Bowman and T Branunqn were at London this week as Federal jurors Jailer O V Jarrett has ttn more shiners being brought here by order of the Federal Court at London Messrs Kelly and Burton have bought the photographers outfit of Dr M L Myers and have opened a gallery over the Peoples Banlr Mr George Sutton of Rockca tIe county employed by the L N Railroad and Miss Lizzie Ow ens of Bndhead were married to day at Junction City Danville Advocate Van Mason aged about 50 died rather suddenly at his home near Orlando yesterday morning He had been a sufferer of dropsy and heart trouble for fifteen years The L N will sell roundtrip tickets to all points on the system at one and onethird fare December 20 to 25 inclusive and December 30 to January r 1907 inclusive limited for return to January 7 1907 The following information was received here a few days ago concerning a former Rockcastle citizen who went West many years ago Mr James Love Terrill died very suddenly ofapoplexy August the 30th at Sulphur Springs Indian Territory which place he had made his home since last March The deceased was the grandson of Dr Joplin and was born in Mt Vermin Kentucky We have made arrangements with the American Farmer Indian apolis Ind and the Southern Ag riculturist Nashville Tenn two of the best farm journals published whereby we are able to give to our subscriberr absolutely free a limited number of subscriptions To all new subscribers of the SIGNAL and to all old subscribers who pay one year in advance we give one year subscription to either paper desired The number is limited therefore this offer is good only un til the number allotted is taken up COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION will hold in my office on Decem ber i5 1906 a competitive exam i nation for those who wish to enter KynThis county is entitled to two appointments Your application should be filed with me on or be fore Dec 8th This county is also entitled to four appointments to State College Lexington So on December 22 I will hold an exami nation at my office for all those who wish to enter Respectfully yours G M BALLARD County Superintendent BllODHEAD Thos W Evans of Lebanon Junction spent last Friday night with homefolksEd Hnrt has returned to Lebanon Junction after spending a few days at home bud hunting Robert H Hicks was in from Louisville Sunday Robert and most estimable family will move there in the near future Dr W F Carter has returned from Montgomery Gratz and Lex inv HiltoniV S Martin E Gentry end A C McClarv spent last Sunday in Lev el Green the guests of Miss Fran ces ForbesJno B Nevius qf Stanford was the guest ofour fair sex Sunday Robert Collier and family lest usIWednesday to make their home In Crab Or chard We dislike very much to give up such people as these Miss Elizabeth Adams of Mt Ver non visited her many friends here The parties given by Misses Sa honwor Elizabeth Adams on last Friday aud Saturday nights were largely attended and highly enjoy ed by allpresentG C Carter of Junction City visited FL Dur ham TuesdaYR H Hamm has employed N E Testerman as clerk and he will be found smiling be hind Teeds counter unanJimously andeGarrardcounties where he has yearsITlie 7 t soldIfound with empty pocketbooks Miss Lillie Fuiet of Hiatt is a charming visits of Miss Clyde V Wihuott Mrs S E Barnes heldan auction sale in her store Wednesday which drew a good jlv number of country people to townMiss Blanche Crawford en ttrtained the following young folks at her beautiful country home on Thanksgiving all say they had the best dinner they have ever eaten Those going were Misses Etta Ca hie Etta Frith Verci Jarrett Kattie Cas Lizze Tharp Mattie Wilmott Mattie Owons and Ger trude Martin and Messrs Gov Frith Brack Durham Owen Cass Oscar Gravely Bryou Ownes Willard Hiltion and Urban Martin LIVINGS TON Mr and Mrs Frank Westerfield of Parksville are guests at the home of W W Wright Mis Bess Mullins of Mt Vernon is the pleasant guest of Miss Cora Ad amsMisses Cora Adams and Lida Cook returned Tuesday frm a visit to friends in LondonMiss Lizzie Fishback who is attending the Brown Memorial School at Mt Vernon is spending Thanksgiving at homeMrs Pearl Daniels i visiting relatives at Stanford Mr and Mrs W F Tubbs aud family have returned from an ex tended visit to La Follette Will Shelton of Lebanon Junction is spending Thanksgiving with friends hereMiss Lela Sanbrook and brother George of the Brown Memorial School are home for ThanksgivingMrs Sam Ward and Miss Ella Stanley leaves to day for an extended visit to rela tires and friends in Cincinnatiand ParisMrs W J Childress and Miss Mattie McFeiron spent Satur day and Sunday in Mt Vernon Willie Mullins L N brakeman is spending several days with home tolksBen Griffin of Mt Vernon is visiting his cousin Willie Odell Mrs W T Merimee and chil dren of Paris arrived yesterday to visit Mrs Gro PopeR A Sparks is on the sick list this week The insurance Mr Patterson left his sister was r8oo instead of 18000 Harry Lee spent Tues eay at Fariston hurting with toIexpress to those who were so kind to her during her le cent bereavementespeciall Mr and Mrs John Clarke TO GORE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets Alldruggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS 8mm Out1od mtMy entire lotp4 Wlnramtelc ti IEverythingGoesta CD J ndtljmSi11e entiremmstock soldat cost COMEtYJ alEARLY before the stock lis broken m tlJ ffjrtstmas IS com yoummpres- ents Me Everything in the way of SILKS mRIBBONSuna LINEN j mMm IT tiERYON RYA F 0SJS r I Look for This Label on The Collar Firs WELL WNAAA SHIELD END WWW I ITS A SAFE GUIDE 1 When buying Clothing and is a Shield against high j prices and imperfections Why experiment or buya suit said to be as goodwhen Shield Brand costs no more and is guaranteed I Shoes Shoes I We Have Them We Want to Sell Them I- You Need Themfi Lets Get Up A Trade Brands are IStarworn by more todaythan any other shoes on the j market Over fou- rmillioni people arej walking on stars and a large percent of this four million people live in Rockcastle county Your neighbor is one of them ask him about Star franca Shoes andI come have a look and be convinced that Star j Brand Shoes Are Better Runners Runners New Rubbers just from the factory not been carriedover from last winter Any style andany size all first quality Better come now and get your size We carry the best line of Mens and Womens Heavy Verainon See our stock before you buyi FISHS GASH STORE Church St Mt Vernon r MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was re comvlaintheter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment hut grew Meudily worse until a last rtsort we Tied ElectriC Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected com plete cure ItQttick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility fefnale weaknesses impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by all druggists Price soc HIATT Mr Homer Chestnut is quite ill with rheumptism Our revival meeting closed here Sunday night with only one addition Misses Lou Phillips Nora Bower and Thessie Sigmon were the guests of Miss Bessie Hiatt Saturday night and SundavL T Stewart and family of Wildie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Early Sun dayLittle Miss Gertrude Chas teen has been quite sickRumors- ays we are to have a wedding in this part soon Misses Rhoda alsonMt Vernon attended church here SundayDr Jones of Wildie at tended church here SundayMr Albert Fish of Wildie was here Sunday Miss Eva and John Fish were the guests of Jesse Fish Saturday night and SundayDr E Brown Will Warren and Dr of Stanford are spending a ew days with Mr Allen Hiatt hunting George Brown and daughter Miss Eliza of Freedom attendee church here Sunday Mr and Mrs Amos Smith ot Brodhead attended church here Sunday =A 9P0nXA Bears the Signature of A THIS IS WORTH REMEMBERING As no one is immune every per FoleysKidneykidney or bladder trouble that is not beycnd 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 85 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana is the fad that ciet r ed land rents for 5 per acre cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per acre It costs 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improve necessary are slight and inexpensive The soil is rich 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 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 growingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 peV acreThe new White Riper 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 location Descriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Mountain System Lines sell reduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the Vest 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 Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Passenger Ticket AgentSt Lonis Ms KILLTHi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS kingsNew IlfOH cONSUMPTION FrIPric Surest and Quickest Ours toe all J va7ao MARETBURG Bro Karr is expected to fill his appointment at the church Satur day and Sunday Sunday School is still progressing nicely The re of last Sundays exercises were very good all the classes were re presented oy a good nimber all the teachers present Number of chapters read the preceding week were 131 The report of the Treasurer shows a nice surplus in the TiauryIan several months hard suffering with heart trouble Mrs jane Burke passed away on the 2ist of tbi n qnth Aunt Jane as knowi by the community was a respecta ble old lady possessing many good qualities and winning the love ai d esteem o all those who knew her she eaves a son and a host of friends to regret the the vacancy occasion eo by her loss but onr loss is her gain as she expressed her willing ness to go A good name is bet ter than riches Mr Hartz still improves only paralysis of the knees and feet pre vent his walking Mrs Dora Ovens remains about the same Misses Eila Carson and Jalia Revn old of Brown Memorial College are at home for Thanksgiving Mr Edgar Griffin wife and sonofI Kn xvile spent last week tat Mr NGriffinsMessrs T John and Alf Griffin of Jellico spent last week withrelatives hereMrs Cleo Howell and little daughter Gertrude spent Saturday until Sunday with Mrs R E Reynolds Miss Montie Martin of Mt Vernon visited at Mrs Elmer Honks Saturday and Sunday Miss Beuie Lewis Livingston is visiting little Lena McCall Miss Mollie Carter i visiting her aunt Mrs J J McCall Rev C C Metcalf is in North Carolina dose ing his business thereMr and Mrs Scroggins and daughter Lily of Noith Carolina have come to make their home in Kentucky As vet they have not gone to keeping house at their home on the Gans propertvThe Misses Dihngham of South Carolina after spending a few weeks afAshville N C have joined their parents here who now are settled in the Josiah Mullins property Mr Mullins moving near Cedar Creek Lincoln countyJ- J McCall spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks on his xay from Stanford to Hazel Patch The best treatment for indiges Win and troubles of stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested hvstravation or by the use ot a good digestant which will digest the food eateu thus taking the work off the stomach At the prop er temperature a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3 ooo grains of food It relieves the present annoyance puts the tom ach in shape to satisfactorily per form its functions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitatiomol the heart and dvs pepsia Kodol is madein strict con formity with the National Pure and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis To L W Bethurum County Judge Rockcastle County- S D Lewis County Attorney Rockcastle County Ypn are heregy notified that I will at the next regtiltr meeting of the Kentucky Board of Prison Commissioners make application to the said Commissioners for apa role from the State Penitentiary This the soth day of November 1906 iWILLIAM MULLINS One man was killed and another wounded in a shooting affray in Letcher county- PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD but never follows the use of Foleys Honey find Tar It stops the cough halsaad strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Refuse substitutes Chas C D- avisiOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the Teach of medi cine Take it at once Do not riskhaving Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is npthing gained by delay 7L 50cand OOBottlei f KEFUSK rf AS aUTITUTJ t f t = i To protect the little ones audI for the information and satisfica tion of mothers the content of1 each bottle of that wonderful hi drens remedy Cascasweet have been placed on every label Cas casweet isa harmless compound of vegetable extrnccs that is wonder ful in its beneficial efiects on they stomach of babies and childiv Recommend and sold by Cha C Davis We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY a 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 situS ated to do a little agency work during the winter make application for agency It is a fact that THE EN QUIRER offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 500 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerWrite today to- Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio Need a gOd cathartic A p11 is best Say a pill like DeVitts Little Early Riseis About the most reliable on the market Sold by Chas C Davis SIMany persons who suf fered 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 restored them to perfect health I endured ago v that words can not express fro St Vitus dance which followed a very severe spell of rheumatism I doctored with a phy sician but the more I took of his med icine the worse I got My mothers de votion saved me After she had become physicallyprocuredthe first dose to the last a continual change for the better was noticable and when I had taken eleven bottle I was well and In robust health EDWARD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmtortored with many physicians he con tinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms In one week About that time MilesNervlneHis Improvement seemed slow but bottlehave not been seen now for years We MilesNervineMRS BELLE Ml TINDALJ Hastings Neb yourdruggist hewillMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH B AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY TROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest 1 I 1BDUESEEKERSTlCKETS For Information and Rates UCKlNOCPTA fe 111 E Main St Lexington Ky- W A QARRETT Oeseral Mas t r W C RlNEA SON apoA- iwit4 o f PosJ1L We whose names appear blow stfictly forbid any hunting or tres pusing on our landlandwill prose cuio to extent of law all partiesguilty of same AdamsI las tV Mooe JH W inkier cefordIMrd Sallie Previtt nn Malisirge Nienifee Mrs Alice Moore T Purcell W D Livesay V A Faiin Mr0 ElJza Oook Smithi JC Cribbs Richard Rigsby Adams Luc Joffcy Helton Ijivjsay Liv say s Davault J FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS The mt famous strike breakers in the ale Dr Kings New ofe Us When Ii arid bowels 0011 strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying ne right on Best cure for diZZi1n Am better prepared than ever tc test and fit the eves glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaiMutred Do all kinds of watcb clock repairing Make jour old spec frames look new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Vtry C FKANKUN A GAUR NTHKD CHUB FOR Itching Blind Weeding Protrud Dnpcist are anthoriz ed to refund money if PAZO OINT MKNTfnils to cure n to 14 days 50 Three mei weie uillca and five others erirmsl injured in a colli in the New York New Haven Hartford yard at New Haven ConnF2ac3 Z ytElifofiifs nsd aieddcr EttjjW ITh initinns of Poles Honey and Tar cos yU the same las the genuIne in the yellow pack iage Vhy risk health perh ips life taking them when Folevs Honey ami Tar will curtIyour and prevent serious It is guaranteed Chas Davis FOLUSIDLfi ffiifA Jf4nColds Prevents Frowanto THE OIGIIALLA- XATIVE COUGH SYRUP For Coughs and assists in systernbowels A certain relief for croup and vrhoopinzcough other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Kennedys Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no J J John J11 Lear H Allen Mahargc John Leece T B Lair J B F B J Cook Innd er vark with and like truv 3 PILh ing Piles 6 sion reav V then your your cold suits C Cures all Nearly all Opiates Laxative Opiates B The Red Clover Honey com BlosI on every bottle Ril EDTndeMarkRcslsteret HONEY TAR E C DeWITT A CO CHICAGO U 8 A Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCCASTLE Real Estate Co HT VERNON KY 0 FARM NO IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the nest farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 413 acres near rod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good resid nce and one tenant house Can be bought for 5500 A great baruainIFARM NO 580 acres of land be tween Brush creek and Or Ian Jo 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will t sell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece aud amost desirable farm Priji 2 a bargain FARM NO JTh Co tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about t miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ickroad These lands arc located near the residences of eorgo Hines and Ge orge Gooch About 75 acres of this land is bot torn land and a good part of it is up land butllevel and is gpod farming land A bargain at3plracre One third cash the balance in one and two years akLungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over aixty years rA Mado J Ayes Co Lowell Mass Alto manufaoturorb of lers SARSAPARILLAI We have no secrets We publish the formulas of a1 our medicines Ayers Pills keep the bowels regular All vegetable and gently laxative CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE Mr Robert O Burke Einoni N Y writes Before I started 10 use Foleys Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twentv times a night and I was all bloated 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 recommended Foleys Kidney Cure One 50 cent bottle worked won ders and before I had taken ibn thjrd bottle tho dropsy bad gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease Chas C Davis Enormouf damage was done bv floods in Washington State The ilrorl and the banners sofiVicd everely An t ntire block in the business section of Campion was deslioxed by fire earl Monday morning the jomcInes houses in the city were hun ttl Onv Hec ham has notified tIe Louisville ministers who desired i conference with Hm regarding le enforcement of the Sunday laws that the Rev Dr E L Powell of Louisville will not be received it the Executive office at tutu e meetings The Louisville minis leTS to to Frankfort toda Dr Powell declines to recede from his position aitrvcking the Governors 1cfrity roil Jin very hi g a snlv s uMrCl for ana especially recommend ed for piles Tip is whnt we say ofDcVVius Witch Hcel Salve On the market for sears nd ai stsndbx in t housaiidot families Get De Witts Sold by Chas C Davis Two new cases of yellow fever wtre leported in Havana Monday and two were found at Rodaf San t Clara province The total of now in tIle island ii eleven New Service VI- Aieiidersoo Route Trains 146 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOL ISV8LLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain in until 730 a m We respectfully solicit your patronage IJJ 11MVIN GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUISYILLE KY jrodhectd Marble Workr RODHEA KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ArBRiGnrM anager ff= qtewart1 Iron I HlhMll Fence WetinosIIhEroii wARrioit4x4 CINCINNATI 0Y5r100 talias of frol Feice down ia 00 Woe low prices sue will aeviiftr i7 VERY LIITLIiUrIANGEI IN THE CATTLE MARKET AT CHI CAGO ACCORDING TO KKPOKSS Cattle trade sh ws very little chmgc says the Breeders Gazette Considerable complaint is heard about dull markets but when the volume of supply is taken into consideration it 1a very satisfactory market Jhcvce beeves and Iaakilig Sjay 25 or per cv bjhir ban a ear ago although that icdturc ot the trade is of small ron4uerc A year ago how ever 5625 look choice steers and lie hulk moved at a range of 4 0 05 75 ucaiN 4 8o6 45 at present The wenpon hanging by a thread ser thr Ill uct is an m ie iding excessive supply ofvarml1np steers tbit promises tociush values by sheer weight and a fear exists that these will he markt ted injudiciously as everybody or nearly so is atraid of running up a feed bill The market is off25a35ct on the hulk of cattle compared with the hgh time and depreciation is more to be expected than advances as the poultry season is at hand and holders are disposed to ship- steers carrying quality before they ate in condition to produce maximum results Always at this season the market is sensitive and flucations are wide especially on mt dium cattle Buyer are calling for quality and anything fit theIscales 1lhalacrity Not mUt It business is being dour above 7 be cause the neceJsary material is riot to be had but at 6 5037 there is a good oume ol trade and shippers art in the market to take all the S6a6 25 cattle they can find Exporters are caving S3 8 1625 for their good cattle and taking the us ual number of cheaper steers on Liverpool account British ImarkI ots came a shade lower this week Liverpool quoting the best Amen can cattle at i2 lz cent for Car goes aginst I2 fc the previou and jo 3 c a ear ago the decline being due to a heavy supply of American Canadian and domestic deeves A YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1903 will long be remembered in the home of F N Packet of Alliance Ky as a year of hlood which ftowed so copious ly from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brouglr me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with the aston ishing result after taking four bot ties I was completely restored and as time has proven permanetl cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Cougbs and Colds at all druggists Price 5cc and i oo Trial bottle free CA S TO 11 E Bears the 4hit Z4 W A CARSON PainterPaperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER KOOM- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you an estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS DentistI FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY CC WilliarriQAT- TORNEYATLAW t MT VERNON KY OFFICE On sirfi floor 0 The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc streetSpecial attention given to c U ctions Pjhone No 80 3 McCLMY Undertaker Embalmer ComBlete tsiRobes Orders by Telephone attend 1ed 1rotl u1tordi Ky 1 rY The Rind You Havo Always Bought tuJ which has been in use for over 30 yes has 1J ono the signatnre of d Ic f dence mid has per supervision infancy AlL no io you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of Infants and Cliildreu Experience against Experiment What is CASTORAas- toia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gore Ahoys and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance ltr ae is its guarantee li destroys AVornia anil allays Feveri hncss It cures Di4rrloa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cares Constipation and FIjituIency It assimilates the Food regulates the 5tonacli and Bowels giving1 healthy antI natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend i en iM cTOJE r ALWAYS Xtoars the Signature of 4lf i i M 9 fSCdtJl v The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years 77 fr l r37IPAINFUL PERIODS I Life often seems too long to the woman who bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make worth living take neoJrdQj Womans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purif s and en riches blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in bottles WRITE US A LETIER freely and frankly in strictest confi telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn been made under his LOiittl since its W OTiO Leceive suf 1 life the It 100 I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dui gave me wonderful relief and now am in better health than have been for a long time You never had a better cheaptripto orMemphis820 U- UOne way fareIusreductionshave monthforreturn with stopover privileges in both directions A COSTIfis cheap and fertile where the climate is mild and healthful where you can pay for a big farm in a year or two and live comfortable while you are it you should investigate the country along the Cotton Belt Aoute Tell us where you want to go and we will plan the trip for you tell you expenselookingYou will want to know something about the country before you start Let distributionTheyLCBARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky IDYLWILDT- HE BEST PLACE IN ROCKCASTLE TO BUY Dug Stationey Cigarr Tobeeo Paint Oil and patent Medicine Diseases of Children A Speciaffg S C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT YERNON KY x 3 f GRANVILLE OWENS 4 11lJNDERTAKER I I COMPLETE 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