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Digital page images are linked to the text file. in = o J FridayEtflflU iflfl4L VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRI lAY DEC 7 1906 NUMBERI 0 io X3C CX8 i I Want What I Wart 1 itisong p v KSter who sangand started the M popular song now going the grounds I wantwhat Iwantwhen I it ipressed illy VIews ofmy customers L i i You Want Wnat You Want VJlien YOU want It iNow is the time you wants Good Solid Heavy Stylish winter goods Heavy Overcoats Suits Shoes Under ear L ies1 fLong Coats Jackets acI7 tors Shawls Overshoes and everything1 suitable to the A season in all linesIV I DECEMBER The Merriesf J Monfh of The Yearf i j l shalloffer the greatest line of Goliday Goods ever shown in this country The Keynote to I MySuccess1 is giving the people what they want when they want it at prices that are never matched A few more HOld Hickory Wagons at a low priceW And remember the good old un matchable W L Douglas clKwalityt f iam not dead but buried ness all because I sup plymy custcmes with what they want when they want it CPC3C hftft Uj rf 0 Given Attcrnays To Fl2 Crisfc Against Kentucky Commissioner Lexington KyJudge R L Stout of the Franklin Circuit Court gave the attorneys of the Mutual Life insur ance Company of New York in tle- suit against Insurance Commissions Henry R Prawitt to enjoin Prewitt rom refusing license to do business in this State till December 35 in vhich to submit to him briefs in sup port of their contentions in the care The hearing was held in the circuit court room here When affidavits were submitted by the attorneys lor the ompany setting forth the Maims cf the company ns against Commissioner Prewitts contention that the compan has violated the provisions of it of the various affidavits sub mitted to the court contained the cir cular letter issued by Biisco Hindmar the discharged Kentucky agent at Louisville in which he was canvassing for votes for the antiadmin Istratitui ticket as against the present ollkevs of the company After Prawitt announced his decision a temporary re straining order issued to prevent him revoking the companys license and it is to make this injunction permanent that the attorneys are now working WASHES HIS HANDS OF THE LID Gov Beckham Now Puts It All Up To the County Officials Louisville KyIt looks as if Gov C W Beckham scored another vic tory and placed the responsibility of putting nu the lid in Louisville upon the people who fought him so bitterly at the recent primary election in hh race for senatorship Gov Beckham In the matter cf Sunday closing has put It up to the officials of TeIT arson county He practically washed his hands of the matter when he notified Joseph AL HrlTaksr commonwealths attorney that it would devolve upon him to fasten the tight in this city ile told the delegation of ministers who visited him that he would unceas ingly work in the channels that theIlaw of the state provided The move of Gov Ueckhom was to inform the officials cf the criminal court of way in which they could punish all violators against the statute relating to Sunday observance He officially informed Commonwealths Attornc Huffaker that it was his bounden duty to see to it that Ute law was vigor ously enforce Further than this tro governor did not go By his action it is new considered that an extra seaI sion of the legislature is out of tit3 question FINED ONESHOTIas And Killed an Inmate of the Buildir Suspected a Burglar Louisville KYCharles T She herd proprietor of a restaurant at West Jefferson street was awaken by his burglar alarm Next he heard someone at his door Shepherd say he asked who was there All he heard was a kick on the door Shepherd fired killing a man who was identified several hours later as Marion Ather ton who roomed in the building and who had returned home in a drunken condition bond was fixed at 5000 by Judge lcCannIGround to DeathILouisville KyBenjamin Miller 45 employed as a drivar by the American Machine Company met a fearful death A trolley car collided with his wagon and hurled him between the front wheel and axle of his vehicle The horses ran four blocks and each revolution of the wheel served to grind the mans head When rescued Mil lers head had been cut nearly in two Big Fire Loss London KyA telephone message from Hyden Leslie county states that nearly all the buildings of the Presbyterian school and church there were destroyed by fire Tue loss amounts to several thousand dollars The ori gin of the fire is thought to have been defective flues Population Increased Lexington KyThe population of Lexington has been increased about 10000 by the extension of the city limits and the city assessors books just completed show an increase in the citys wealth of about 2000000 The population is now estimated at 35000 Donation For Temperance Cause Lexington IyA donation of 50 000 has just been tendered by a wealthy New York woman interested n the cause of temperance to the Na tional Prohibition Federation of which Rev J W Zachary of this city is manager Merchant Assigns Maysville KyC H Hitch doing tusiness as a general merchandise tore here filed a deed of assignment jo J D Dye The assets are about 2500 the liabilities are 3000 The editors are principally Cincinnati runs Indicted For Murder Greensbur KyAn indictment was turnel by the grand jury against J Franklin for the murder of his athernlaw Ed Hoggard Hoggard as assassinated last August as he lay deep near an open window Open the bowels and get the cold out or your system Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at the same time allays the inflamation of the mucous membranes Contains Honey and Tar Drives out the cold and stops tht cough Absolutely free fro n any opiates Conforms to the N itipna PureFoo4 and Drug Law Pleas DaMa SAMPLE BLEND Forwarded To Washington by Recti fiers Asking For a Specific Ruling Louisville Ky Louisville rectifiers who have been sending out millions of gallons of whisky annually are very much interested in getting a decision from Secretary of Agriculture Wilson in Washington as to what they may do in labeling their different brands of goods under the pure food law Recently a representative of the recti fiers sent a sample of whisky mixed with neutral spirits prune juice and burnt sugar and asked for a decision if this combination could be labeled blend whisky under the meaning of the act Several other letters and tele rams were sent to the secretary ask ing for a decision but it is claimed the department while acknowledging the receipt of inquiries has so far declined to give a decision The Kentucky distillers of straight goods are taking a deeper interest in the pure food law than appears from thesurface They claim that within the past few years the rectifiers have made millions of dollars by sending out rectified goods marking it Kentucky Bourbon or Rye when in reality it is nothing but a mixture of prune juice burnt sugar and neutral spirits They want Kentucky whisky branded as Ken tucky whisky and the other compoun i branded with the details of the mL ture on the bottle or package BLUE RIBBON Catches Former Fugitive Thespiar and Booze Dealer Middlasboro KyLee A Turnf former fugitive in the Ken tuck mountains and at whose famous Qua ter House officers and desperadoes e gaged in a fight in which 10 men we killed in February 1902 has as dated himself with temperance ad catcs and tonight made his inil speech here as a blue ribbon lecttin He expects to speak at many cities this State Turner had histrionic aspiratlr following the snsational shooting his Quarter House and for one yr trod the boards Then he cast ii him the accoutrements with which awed his tentwentthirt w ences and engaged in the saloon mess here However ho says he quit the sale cf boze for good MAYOR MOSER Is Again Arrested For Failing to CI Poolroom Covimrton KyOae more wan was issued outer the county cotif ll or 1 Jl iH In ton Kychargl ht1lthPing to disperse ah Il vruv oembly The warrant VMS ieJ- ohn Bents had mado an afliiavii lar to the one of the day Ic ro Jcntz declare it to be his inten o get oat a warrant for very day the poolroom in fli witzs place peimittel to run o tnat he will await until after t e iaing trial of Hcvor Mossr Help plying for it s warrant Air r L a written demand upon Mayor kthat he close up the poolroom He Shot His Enemy Olive Hill liyAt Limestone HV Tabor shot and fatally wouu leJ Howard Tai or who is general raver cf the Limestone Minng Co ing warned that Howard had threaU ed to kill him loaded his shotg with buckshot and when Howard r proached with a drawn revolver slu him Mysterious Woman in Clack Owensboro Ky A woman h black is spreading terror in sever sections of Owens icro She Is see on the streets at all hours of the nigh and her mission is unknown Sh was heard to call someone by th name of John a few nights ago Flaw Found Richmond KyTIle fountain giver Richmond by former Gov David R Francis of St Louis a native of thi place will not be dedicated for an definite period A flaw was discoverc in the bust and will have to be made over CornerStone Laid Cloverport KyBishop Carter of Chattanooga Tenn laid the corner stone of the Church of United Breth ren at Tar Springs the watering placn near here The Knights of Pythias or this city assisted in laying the cornerstone Is Now a Maniac Lexington KyMrs Etta Griffith the young white woman who Is In cus tody here charged with the murder of her baby has become a raving ma niac In the county jail Gave Away a Million Louisville KyThe fourth annual session of the Kentucky state conference of charities and correction is in session in this city President T D Osborne In his review of the years work said that 1000000 had been dis tributed George Nicholson Dead Covington KyGeorge B Nichol son chief engineer of the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad died at his home here Death was due to heart failure superinduced by a nervous breakdown Millions of bottles of Folevs Honey a iu far have b en sold without any person ever having ex periened any other than beneficial results trort j use for cupnand olds and lung troubles This is he cause the genuine Fole sHnvand Tar in the yellow package contains no opiates or ether harm r1 ar O 1HI hv refusing way but tie genuine Chas 0 Davis druggistr i PIE HILL Mr and Mrs Mired Owens of Crab Orchard visited the family- f J T Meadows last weekMr and Mrs L B Hilton spent Thanksgiving in BrodheadMiss Laura Johnson of Brown Memori al School spent Thanksgiving with homefolks Miss Johneva Jilton returned home Monday af er a pleasant visit with her broth rL B Hilton =JosB Liince and CucagTOverhey were tin l1tVer non Monday Johnny McH rgue is on the sick list this wtekWill Dooley of Witheis attended the oxsupper here Friday night Miss Lottie Baker is visiting her tEstablished 1887 AfVThALrw r nt A UNiElNDANGER III l OD TW the unseen cJanera at the U lied 3ta mains lighthouses h g e against the un S l = t uCtS the Govern i Lfoodlaw The law c turers of baking t owe tl rredients on the protmiollrso t at y not say ure ck and eST t I WIlLBAKING POWDER Iis a pure cream of tartar baking polvdera pure of saesaids the digestion adds to the health 1ROYPL food m q r grandmother at Mt Vernon this week Little Misses Margarele and Verna Welch of Mt Vernon spent Thanksgiving with their grandmother Mrs Kate Dolan Mr Lyons of Crab Orchard was here Monday on business Mr and Mrs Frank Lay entertained the young folks with an excellent supper Thanksgiving night lJjBsnothsngplication of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to kid use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by Chas C Davis PASSED EXAMINATION SUC CESSFULLY James Donahue New Britain Coon writes I tried several kid ney remedies and was treated by our beat physicians fez diabetes but did not improve until I took Fol eys Kidney Cure Alter the sec ond bottle I showed marked Improvement and live bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life insurance FOfeysrKidney Cure cures b ck acheand all forms of kidney and bladder trouble Chas C Davis druggist It is rumored iu Washington that Stuyvesant Fish may succeed the late Samuel Spercer as president of the Southern railway 1 o w w 3- JcEflearance T l W Saiej3J- cJc OF Ladies and OMfdrens CLOAKS a i We have a large stock of these Cloaks which we will sell at a greatly reduced price as we do not want to carry them over next season and in order to dispose of them to make room for other goods we will sell them for cost and less 1 See Our Line of Fine Umbrellas For Christmas Presents 1 CALICOES g Now is the time to buy your Calicoes 5 cent Calicoes at 4 cents IJO 6 44 cent Calicoes atV5 cents F KRUEGER SON s W T VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Dec 7 1906 PublishedeveryFriday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT PCRIPTION ONE YEAR J 00 vertuing rates made known on application THE Somorset Jousnal now ap ars with F J Campbell editor id proprietor atitg mast head d we congratulate the clever ed tor that he now reads his title hear to one of the best papers in the State His hard work of th last five years has been gratifyinpa rewarded and he and his frif t have the satisfaction of see lessee disappear from the limns Heres to him Inter JournalThe Somerset Journal is one the best edited country paper the State and one of the most lv appreciated and closely rea our two score or more exchang OVER at Elizahethtown las Dock Aubre a worthIes shiftless white man who relu work was sold at the front d the court house to the highest der The proceedings were the state vagrancy law The v returned by the jury read a lows Strong ablebodied with uO visible means of support and too lazy to work Aubreys services goes to his purchaser for a period of nine months Any able bodied man whQ is even without employment under the present prosper ous times and great demand for la bor should be disposed of in the same way as Aubrey THE PostMaster General has it in his head that the newspapers throughout thecountry should make good the deficit in the post office department by paying a four cent ratt instead of the one cent rate now allowed Of course the news piper boys the country weeklies especially have the money and they are the ones who ought to make good any deficit which might come either in the post office de partment or in the digging of the Panama Canal BEAUTIFUL SENTIMENT- EXPRESSED v Hon William Jennings Bryan delivered a beautiful eulogy at the memorial exercises of the Lincoln Neb lodge of Elks last Sunday in which he said The hand of Death has subscribed some lessons upon the tomb so clear and plain that all may read them Death in its uncertainty teaches us to use the hour Ifewere assured of three score years and ten we might yield to temptation and postpone everything to the later years But the fact that we know not the day nor the hour when the call may come forces us to use today lest tomorrow may tiot arrive Death reminds us of our weak ness Mn is made in the image of his Creator and he was giAen dominion over the earth the air and sea made but little lower than the angels and behold the work of mans hand He has harnessed the forces of nature and compelled them to dohis bidding He has conver ted the waterfalls into motive pow er he has condensed the steam and commanded it to draw the com merce of a nation over iron high wavs his ships plows all the oceans and they follow their charts unerr ingly no matter how dark the night Man has imprisoned the light ning in the tiny wire and sent it round the globe as his messenger and he has even flung his word- through space and imprinted them on instruments hundreds of miles awayNo wonder man is boastful and yet just as he imagines himself om nipoteut just as he reaches out to seire the crown death touches him or one he love and then he feel how helpless he is D atbiur our thoughts to im mortality for heaven never seems so real to us as when it becomes the abode of someone we have known and loved and when these treasures from our hearts are there easily believe that boW e can heartl warmed into a glow by the brotherly bye will ever suffer an EternaLchilltht no spiritual florae l1at gtowsbtigbrw1t1i tbye9 fr will ever be extinguished never to shine again To the young the thought of death affrights but as we make progress along the path that leads from the cradle to the grave we a beome accustomed to the worLd Father dies mother dies a broihei is taken and then a sister Children are called away fnen after friend departs and the tit that bind us to earth grow less ano less in number while the ties that biud us to the life bejond the grave increases and at last those who are joined together in holy wedlock survivorIstands alone Then death does not mean to us what it means to us in youth Ye no longer shudder at tlu ught We may even come at to wait for it with impatience is is Gods plan this is the way which he weans us from things iedear to us to join Din har pan sh poet has caught nd has expressed it oeauty of which will passedwhen after e leaves of the last er jir the bed where tgarden lie sen I exclaims follow ips decay ircle away earls lie withered J ones are flown Would inhabit This bleak world alone POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The prosecution of the fict icious case against Hon W Godfrey Hunter charging violation of civil service laws when a candidate for Congress in this district has been droppedOn an important con vention will be opened at Des moines Iowa with the object of setting on foot a movement for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people Senator elect Bob Taylor of Tennessee in an interview at Ow ensboro Monday declared enthu siastically for Bryan for President in 1908 but said he did not believe in the Nebsaskians attitude on ownership of the railroads of the country The Government has decided to drop the prosecution of the case against former Congressman W Godfrey Hunter of the Eleventh District of Kentucky who was charged with violation of the Civil Service laws in forcing political assessments upon postmasters and other Federal officers when he was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress against Don C Edwards present Repre sen tative from the Eleventh district The case was dropped it is held npon authority because the evi deuce presented is not sufficient to warrant prosecution a ADJOINING COUNTIS Col Walton has pur hased the outfit of the Frankfort Call from the administrator of the late John B Dryden and the Kentucky State Journal is now the only daily at Frankfort Jude Moss fined the saloon keep ers of Corbin for keeping open on a regular school election day It was an original case and no a a thorities or precedents could be found bearing directly upon the subjectThe case against Mose Feltner charged with confederating to as sassinate Judge Hargis was brought up at Beatyville Tuesday The State again failed to produce Witnesses and Judge Ridded dismissed the case It was transferred on a change of venue from Breathitt county and Feltuer hadrecently been ready for trial halt a dozen times but the prosecution was nev ei fountain given Richmond by former Governor Ddvid R Fran cis of St Louis a native of that place and which was to have been dedicated Satuiday will not b dedicated for an indefinite period Mayor Wood Monday received advices from Governor Francis stat ing that there was a flaw in the bust which is to surmount the large stone foundation already erected and that it would have to be made over Mayor Wood there fore has announced that the dedi ptaceissents apioneerand is being male by Sculptor Zolnay who had charge of the suptoral work of the Expo sition t fr fij f SLAYING OFt3ZLLY UfiuW GlLIFound Guilty of Murder In the First DegrecFormer Senator Mills to Have Verdict Set Asitle- Herkimer N Y Dec 5ccsteGillette ttlio ha 3 been on trial for iih lile for tie niuier or Grtie liroivn L BIg Mouse lake vaa icniiJ sailly o murder in tHe lirsl decree Tills cs Ties with it a sentence to dtath hi tit electric chair Aaer an impartial charge by the TheIlatte ji7Ioils was brought into court and when he faced the jurymen he scanned thek- features eagerly When the verdict was announced he seemed to be on the verge of collapsing but in a moment poseL conn seT before adjournment announced that he would move to have the ver diet set aside Every seat and every bt of space room could be secured IIWherestandn remained filled dur hours of tile jurys de buzz of conversation was continuous as people discussed the phases GI the case Now and then there was a stir as rumors spread that verdict had been reached and every In in the direction of the jury was watched with intense eager s Three raps at the doar drew the at ten ion cf a deputy Immediately there was a hush of expectation throughout the courtroom Instiuct the court tm t tle jury has arced said Marshal Htcli the foreman to the attend nt WItbn 15 minites the prisoner jurlce an oil attendants were broujitt into the court Lvsiy eye was fixed on Gillette as he entered the room cccoaii anleJ by Under Sneriff Klock and the rfnisrn Ihh that had remain ed on lite cl eeks ell day daring the merciicis speech of the prolocutor had ladel into a deathly pallor Ho was cewiu gm end his lagers twitched lei oasly as he tuck a chair at his accustomed place Then tLe jury filed into the courtroom and took seats on the opposite side of the room to those occupied by tt rturinr the trIal- Gc1tlemen of the jury have you agrefd upon a verdict ked Court Cleik B uney and then attention shifted to the jury The spokesman was Marshall Hatch and ho said We find the defendant guilty cf tie crime charged in the In dictment As the wcrds that were destined to send him to the death chair were spo there was not a sign of change in IIeu prisoner Not a quiver showed he had heard them His features were set and his face was colorless Leanng ovsr a nearby table he drew toward him a bit ot white paper and taking a pencil from his pocket wrote deliberately this message Father I am convictedChester MEMBERS OF CONGRESS From California Dissatisfied With Roosevelts Japanese Ideas Washington Dec 5President- Roosevelts discussion of the San Francisco school situation in the nies sage was received with great dissatia faction by the California delegation the house The members of the delega tion from that state are unanimous in tlieir declaration that no treaty rights have been violated in excluding Japan ese from public schools attended by whites The suggestion in President Roose velts message that naturalization fie rlenled to Japanese Is extremely dis tasteful to the California delegation In the house Taft Is President of Red Cross Washington Dec 5The American National Reel Cross in annal session electel the following officers for the ensuing year President William H raft secretary of war treasurer Chas H Keep assistant secretary of the treasury counselor J B McReynols assistant attorney general secretary Charles L Mage executive committee Robert Bacon assitant secretary of state Brit Gen R M OReilly Lied Ical Director J C Wise N S N James Garfield and Miss Mabel T Eoardman Rclef Corporation Issues Report reliefiport on the condition of the relief fund its receipts and disbursements from April 23 to November 17 190G The total receipts were 621327928 Leaves In Barrel of Sausrkraut San Francisco Dec 5George Ger shun a Russian political prisoner of Siberia arrived here on the China lie escaped from the Akatny prison In Siberia concealed in a barrel of sauerkraut Two Burned to Death Scranton pa Dec 5Two children a boy and a qirl belongiato Alfred Small wore turned to death at their home at Pitt stem It is thought the girl playel with paper in the kitchen fire setting herself ablaze and also the boy A Call For Aid- Mesdvllle Pa Dec 5A cal fcr aid has just been received here from Con neaut Lake a pleasure resort where a fjre is raging The report siys the Ar llngton Brunswick and Thatche ho tels are burnfner The Christian County Commit tee ofthe Dark Tobacco Growers Association ot a meeting in kinsville Monday denounced HOPI burning of the Princeton and offered a reward ot 200 tforthe apprehension of the guilty personsS OA nXaBean Signature 1 A 1ho 8OU1ItI elJIeUreLRI The fflarn 16 the Ejlitweiiiht repeating ihct sun in the worldand the gun made for soru of came up to Rene and ISpecialSmokeless The TTlarlin 16 an exact miniature of the Tlarttn foreend walnut and all put I tosether by expert IlUnmaken you are a shooer =or rabbits you need Send i in for de in the whole TRarfin line and rifles nezF1reor sGt 42 Willow St New Haven Conn LAND STOCK ANDCKOP ESTRAY There came to my place near Livingston Ky a small ud heifer with white spot on left shoulder Owner can have sme by paying for this notice and her keeping GEORGE POYNTER dec 7tf Livingston Ky IFORSALEA pair of 8 esri oldmules A splendid team and good condition Will sell r W F heapII dec 721 Bush Ramsey auctioneers rel- ort the sale of John R near Becknerville Friday as well attended Among the prices were the following Milch cows 20 yearling heifer 18 3 brood sows SiG 77 17 and 23 25 10 shoats 85 pound 505 each 9 hogs 120 pouuds at ech combined mare 8 sears old 92 broodmare 60 hi mess mare five year told 151 Mr M J Farris the leading cat tIe raiser delivered Saturday to Ruble Ruble of Garrard county 225 head Cf slop cattle averging Q35 pounds at 3 50 per hundred Tue bunch is said to have rcprr ented sortie very fine cattle Boyle County Herad- A few mules a bunch or two of ca ves some hog and a kt of plug horses constituted the live stock offerings here Monday sajs the Versailles Sun Mules were 10 to 15 lower than the court day preceding Dealers reported that thanIS Williams bought six head of mules Monday pu ing fiOm Ju5 fell cotton mules to 165 for hlg- 01eS He bought pair df 16 hand mnre mults from W H Edwards Jr for 325 Mr Beird of Lex iniMon bought several head atiO5 to 15 Robert H Railey solda sow and fivesmall pig for 15 and a sow and three pigs for 1125 a boar for 1360 and a young boar for 8 W L Graddy shipped 60 head of half breed Hereford steers r25oDoundsItoing the 1IIternational Cattle Show Sixteen head will be exhibeted at a st the show Mr Graddy will leave lor Chicago Saturday A GAURANTKED CaRR FOR PILIS Iching Bliud Weeding Protrud jug Piles Druggists are authom ed to refund money if PAZO OlNT MHNTfails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50t NEWS IT E 31 At the Mormon Conference hel in Louisville this week itwas an nouuied til it there were 1100 01 mans in Kentucky and that they hae two churches in the Stae one in Metcalfe the other iu Catty county The Kansas City Times says A farmer near Kansas City had a narrow escape from death last Saturday gathering corn He lost his balance while plucking the topmost ear and plunged head foremost downward After falling two sto ries he caught another ear and hung on A load of hay was pushed under him and he was res cued A farm hand working he side him quit hisjoh The bad feeling of the past six years existing between the Tobacco Trust and the dark tobacco growers in Western Kentucky has leached a stage of lawlessness on the part of some of the growers and outrages by masked men have been cqmmitteed At Princeton December i a mob of 250 men rode into the city and after taking pos session of the police ater works fire aparatusj telegraph and tele phone offices proceeded to dyna mite and burn two tobrcco factories Several other tobacco factories were destroyed by fire lately in the catdIweJIcitement in all that region of the State Fire MarshalMott Ayers is busy trYIng to put prosecution on toot and is possible the militia wilLhave to be called out to aid the authorities totriainiaintne law J I1cY oc HI ATT Mr Homer Chestnut who has been quite ill with rheumatism we are glad to say is improving E Owens sold his farm l j Chmt Lear for r200Mrs Rachel Wilson of London is visiting relatives t this place Miss Annie Parkeison of Berea is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Minnie Hiatt en tertained a crowd of young folks Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Early spent Saturday and Sunday in JacksouMr Albert Fishwas over from Wildie Sunday Sever al attended the spelling match here Thanksgiving Mr Edgar Lloyd who has been working in Lexing ton is visiting relatives here Mr H B McClary spent Satur day and Sunday in Mt Vernon nHE above picture of the man and fish is the trn de mark of Scotts Etntilsion and is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe If the cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses ail other its in nourishing and lifegiving iroperties Thirty year ago I he proprietors of Scotts Emul sion founda way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can tike it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength IStlnd for free sample SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 40O41S 2SABI STREET NEW 7OIUC sac and 100 All druggists What has become of the crows Last fall they were around in large squads apparently in a contented state of mind which is said to he an indication of a mild winter This fall there are few ifany to be seen This is certainly a sign of a hard winter or they are becoming depoptilated by the cruel handof the merciless hunter Titusville CPa Evening Courier W D Boyes Chicago publisher surprised the Postal Commissione at Washington Tuesday by presenting a oropositon to take over the postal business of the country and operate it as a private enter prise under Government control He says he could soon knockout the annual postal deficit It is proposed to increase the publishers rate from one to 4 cents per pound whichwould force the publishers to increase their subscription price or cease business CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ot ctP r v I FORGETIl county come see our new line of UpTo Iite ClothIfing Huts and Shoes They are simply swell No other brand sold that Is better for a ifflit beauty and durability that the J Try a pair and see for ARNOLDI f Our Dry Goods line is complete as you need saw before in dress goods of all kinds and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are j astonishingIIl spend a pleasant day with us 1Come AlOE HIATT f HIATT KENTUCKY JONAS McKENZIE IffiV1- t will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and I fj Notions u r CLOTHINGIf We cnrrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JON- ASrvrM ftEftBE = Jor AS Vc Ef ZIt = YOURBANKNGNo JTHE BAN o- fVQNSMJT will give it careful attention This message applies to tIe men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or moro when left with the bank and not checked upon moreIOFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash c IIIIIIll conditionsI I MM fan This the first and only account en Location Conditions Feuds 1000 Copies Sold in Four Every loyal Kentuckian this book II Price 150 II II iv ft f i llf If n II II IU It IlU IB rn I1HIB aH Mt Vernon Kv = Stock Can lurnish on short no 1 =s = by wire E Phone No 63 r a in Take Quinine km la TMs 11r pUbIIIlished IIIanqIchaptersSociall IIRe1ilon WeeksI 1611fullIIIgoldPostpaid SIGNALILEEsEEE 1tttjIWillis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER 3FUNERAL Complete EmbalmingdoneORDERS Promptly FilledS5- UiUiliiiUUiiUliiliiiiiUUiiUUlUtWiUiltiiiliiUiiUUlUiUUif To Cure Cold Ons Day Laxative Bromo TaHets- stvwiato signature fa Ores cpT- woDays 1 on box25c J J MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY DeC 7 1906 79Call up No 7Q whenWB nt to Communi-cate with SIGNAL 79 4Q 4 Nksrivttc R R COI 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 Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPEBS0NAL R B Mullins has moved into his new home C A Davis is at home on the sick list this week McKenzie Brown is spending th week in Garrard hunting Minor Fish will spend the wintet at Ashville C for hs health W E Smith Is learning telegra pav under Agent J A Landrum Miss Miranda McKenzie spent a short while with relatives here u day Capt M F Smith has recovered sufficiently to resume his work on the road Jim Rickels extra section foreman has charge of a section on th South end Col John W Miller is here again this week looking after his busi ness interests- J T Gentry L N conductor is spending a few days with Irs parents here Miss Reca Baker left yesterday for LaFollette to spend a few days with her father Misses Georgie and Bessie Miller have returned from a several weeks stay at Versailles Cashier and Mrs J W Hutcheson were guests of Cashier and Mrs M B Satin Sunday until MondayMrs Sue Butner arrived this week and will make her home i Mt Vernon She will occupy a portion of Mrs Boulwares resi denceMesdames Nanie C Albright E S Albright W R Briscoe and Meshack Gentrywere the recipi ents of a splendid dinner last Fri day at the hospitable country home of Mr and Mrs G W Gentry- A W Stewart and son T A when last heard ofwere in of Mexico They said nothing abut when they would turn their course homeward They were more impressed with Oklahoma City than any of the other Western towns visited LOCAL FOR HOLIDAY PiCTURESSEE KELLY BURTANMt The Rock ast1e Medical Society will meet at Brodhead Wednesday Dae 19 All Physicians are earn estlv requested to be present The Baptist and Christian churches instead of having separate Christmas trees as announced last week have decided to have a union tree and will have same at the courthouse R B Mullins traded to J C Taylor the residence just East of W M Poynters store lor Mr Taylors house and lot in the Western part of town Mr Tay lor will move to the property right away Information received here yes terday morning from Hamilton 0 says J K Adams son of E J Adams of this county who is now employed by the Ricket Paper Co at that place was very serious ly hurt Tuesday afternoon by piece of iron striking him on the foot His foot was very badly mashed PUBLIC SALE At my residence 3 miles East of Orlando on Crooked creek I will on Saturday Dec rsth 1906 sell to the highest and best bidder the for lowing 2 horses wagon and har ness 13 head of Cattle 17 head of hogs i crib of corn containing about 300 bushels Terms of saleAmounts under cash in hand over credit ofI ri1tfnJ t The stone work on Johnson new house will be completed this week ClIas C Davis and Robert Cox have received their Xmas goods which are now on exhibition S H Martin bought of Nelse Griffin ig acres of land being a portion of the L M Honk farm or which he paid 500 The public school at this place will close one week from today Preparations are being made lor au entertainment the last day Mrs Cleo Brown will open a La dies Xmas Bazarr next week All kinds of fancy articles will be on sale Every body invited to call Next Monday is court It rot expected that very much civil business will be tried as most of she time will be devoted to crimi nal business Telephone users leaving home or a day or more should notify central stating how lonz thev expect to be absent or where they an be reached by phone Mrs Carrie Nation the saloor s masher has been in Corbi ince Mondav assisting in the loci option fight The special annour cing her coming did not stat whether or not she had her famors hatchet An apoeal from the Lincoln Cir cult Court in the case of Gentry cs Peyton involving the county nni hill was filed in Uonrt of Appeal last week This case is the first constitutionaliety of the law to reach the Court f Appeals and will be watchedwith much interest It will Be argued orally at the January term of the Court The act introduced by the late Carl Day of Breathitt county known as the Day bill forbidding the white and colored raceSfrom attending the ssme colleges was upheld in the Court of Appear in an opinion rendered last weeK attic ing the judgment of the Madi son Circuit Court Hon John G Carlisle was one of the counsel fort he College REAL ESTATE DEALSg Martin Wednesday sold to VM Jnp consideration 1300 Mr Martin will occupy the residence until May Mr Smith will begin at once th erection of a store room on th corner Main and Taylor Avenue It is his intention to carry nothin bnt groceries and a few notions Mitchell Cress a sou of the lae D M Cress was seriously hurt treedsawed the tree down and when it started to fall stepped Just a little to one side but the tree having a very heavy top threw the but to the side on which Cress was stand ing hitting him and breaking h leg just below the knee The Ala est report indicated that he is get alongvery well aggna vating and uncalled for delays in telephone connections over toll lines is caused by persons who instead of telling at once who they are go at it after this manner guess who it is Alter a minute or two of cross firing they finally tell their names Nothing in the world is gained but time is lost and often others waiting for the line are put out and annoyed on account of mere foolishness Open your conversation by giving your answeringIso and so The Government has sent out a bulletin concerning railroad cross- ties which contains some interest ing figures The total number of ties reported purchasad in 1905 is about seventy eight million while those unreported woutd it is be lieved bring the total to more than ninety million The price of ties ranged from 20 cents tor red wood to 55 cents for oak Nearly half of the whole number were oak while half ot the remainder were pine cedar redwoodcypress chestnut hemlock and tamarack are also extensively used A few are made of birch beech maple and black locust Most of the ties are hewed although many of theI ties are now sawed from the trees cut fur lumber As the ties are becoming cBre more Itp1tin theircLmicalltreatment lasfIre f5t Y 7 Fresh meat is selling at 6 cents per pound John Day was fined 50 at Clarks villea ever the telephone George Gtns the tombstone man has just completed ja monu ment to mark the if brig piaco f Uncle Kol Taylor which is in deed a beautiful piece of work and shows conclusively that Geoivt knows what lie is doing We understand but do not staU positively that J L Moyers hn bought the residence of M L Den ham located near the Brown Mem orial Schoo- lLaterTen bushels of coal and twenty locust post pUt the deal F M Hunt aged 75 died at his home near Maretburg Saturday after an illness of many month Mr Hunt who was one of Roc casles goodsubstantial citizens was the father of thirteen childre all of whom ate still living The burial took place Sunday at th family burying ground near hi home Few people realize that th armer s hen is a close comp tito with wheat for supremacy in th product of the farm The annus report of the Department of Agriculture shows that the total va e f poultry products in the Uuitet Mates during the last fiscal yw vas 500000000 That is ar normons sum and it shouldnot bt orgolten that the bulk of the cred it for such a grand showing is dm to the farmers wives s BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The second meeting of the Socie ty takes place tonight The con stitution will be voted upon and a name chosen The proposed lecture course will be an excellent thing for the town and school if it calf go through uch men as President Hinett oi Center College Dean Harris ol Cincinnati University Dr Lyon of Louisville will be well worth hearingThe Prim iry room gained the holiday last week The names of those who were neither aLsent nor tardy will be published next week In the report of Miss Adams room ohn Fishs name was omitted John deserves special mention he lives a goad distance from town studye thee the pst somge In several of the compositions handed in great originality was displayed in the way the facts were himdcoax and gave the life history of the salmon from the standpoint of a fisherman He carefully gave heI details of fishcatching from the spearing methods of the Indians t gillnettse- rious way in which he discussed the seasons catch He might have been a bona fide fisherman with income to make so serious tv his interest in his description Another lad not to be outdone asked leave to rewrite his composition and when it was handed in it was round he had imagined himself a fish He very clearly portrayed the delights ofa salmon jumping the falls in the river and swimming up and down even going out into the ocean His skill in escaping fishermenIHow the enginuitj ofthe Brown expreitself s be interesting and far from being monotonous at any rate Let instructors learn from episode not to expect too mu from pupils imagination Itwas in a history class the teacher was statesIcended the platform he was old with one foot in tile grave platformvoice Did he have a wooden legThe teacher of the High Seth room has a faculty for mixin words for instance One day sLe geographyal advantages in Russias black earth beltshe thought she said black earth belt The students perplexityFnally querry But how can black 19gro BltODKEAJ Tno Perkins of Cincinnati was theISliest nnce Our new barber has arrived The old stand will now be found open with a first class operator Cora Wesley will ar IhereMiss to visit her grai d w1 remain here until after the holidaysRev A J Pike and sou Goebel base return ed from Garrrud county where roItractedis out on i drumming tripThe entertainment to be given here Christmas night by the Baptist Sunday School promises to be something great Dont fail to attend for fear you will miss some thingMiss Mae Magee our mu sic teacher will leave us Monday fir her new home in Oklahom Miss Mae has been among us time months and during her stay has ou de friends of every one she has met She will not only be missed ry her class of which every mem peoIeople in which she took great in ret in makiiij itbetter in even espect Miss Mae Brodhead ates shall alwaysjbe open for you eturn at any time you see fit an e do hope yonr visits may b may and of long duration Miss Lilhe Fuget has returned t ter home at Hiatt lunch to the re ret of Urban Cass Miss Sadit R tins has returned home from t w eks visit in Boyle county a IK now Dr Carter is wearing the sami old smile Your writer had the privilege ot attending a candy path it Mr and Mrs A V Smiths Monday niht and can truthful say that I had a god time ant think I can say the saute for all vho attendedMr and Mrs Douglas Brown of Lebanon Junc tion visited Mr and Mrs N U j Tttterman first of the weekEm- melt Smith of Monterey was hers Monday to tee cashier J VLtTutcheson Mr and Mrs J Hutcheson and son James Edward pent Thanksgiving in Mt Vet 110tJVUl Potts is in Lexington t his weekDave Huit has rcturt ed from the icgujar annual inspe rtiuriui W E Spiaule and child eu of Paris te spending a few days with Mrs Spraules parents Mr and Mrs F Francisco Auut Jude Chesnut is ataMaretbunr 1 TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY rake LAXATINE BROMO Qui NINE Tablets A druggists the money if it fails to cure refundI Groves signature is on 2 CtS ti1B 27BBBEB fi1 t Up t1 I Itclt ask4 f I t1 My ntjfe tet j 1 lh Of att and t MHlifj fyJ mI Everythingh iGoesSI jThis is n seasons endtQ Resale and everything wiling t C be sacrificed My entirega stock of Millinery will be clsold at cost COMEW DEARLY before the stock 4 Nfesrij Christmas is com ra youmfa Hjpres b M Ioft RIBBONSnndLINENml m Mrs bleu W DnUWHi MrvRUI1 10 m B a I Look for This Label on The Collar vAAAAV SfflEIfl B 3 AAAAAA r I ITS A SAFE GUIDE When buying Clothing and is a Shield against high prices and imperfections Why experiment or buy a suit said to be as goodwhen Shield Brand costs no more M and is guaranteed I m I Shoes I Shoes I 1 We Have Them I We Want to Sell Them you Need Them Lets Get Up A TradeI I Star Brands are1 being worn by more people todaythan any other shoes on the market Over four mi II ion people are- walkingI on Sjtars and a large percent this four million people livei in Rockcastle county Your neighborisoneof them ask hire about Star Brand Shoes and come have a look and ibe convinced that Star i Brand Shoes Are Better Runners Runners New Rubbers just from the factory not been carried over styleIvourJasize We carry the best line of Leavyja non S See our stock before you buyFISHS CASH STORE Church St Mt Vernon w ChicagoIllprepared assure us that this remarkable digestant and corrective for the stomach conforms fully to all provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol lahatory is a very arge one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubles could know the virtures of Kodol it would he be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by Chas C Dais The head of a large carriage manufactory says there will nut be enough hickory wood or oak timber in the country to make a wheelbarrow if our present o editions prevail Congress is to be asked to pass a bill for forest pre servation Nashville American We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY 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 regular 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 situated to do a little agency work during the winter make application for agency It is a fact that THE ENQUIRER offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 560 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily p twoaperMonthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of TUB WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from fi horseveownerWrite today to- Enquirer Cos pnr CiMcinmati Ofcl RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR 5 PER ACRE thingsboutern Louisiana is the facj that ciet r id land rents for 5 per acre cash ind can be bought for 750 to sty per acre It costs 6 to 10 an tore to clear it Other improve inexpeniveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per- tore worth 45 to 60 This accounts 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 3t6 per ton In other sections of these states nd in Texas as well the rolling or hillland is especially adapted to owingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 prv acre countryfferstlers 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 your- Self and pick out a location De scriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sellreduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stop overs For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Pass enger Ticket AgentSt Louis Me KILL mi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew a IlfOR cONSUMPTION I1OcI great wd Quick Oars aU T0U3LS SCHOOL CHILDRENS AID Asked in Erection of Kentuckys Fort of Boonesboro at JamestownC Every school boy and girl in the State is invited to assist in comm moratin two historic events by the erection of a Kentucky Build ing at the Jamestown Expositions which will be held next year at Noriolk Va Prof J H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Instruc tion of Kentucky and Director of Educational Exhibits on the Ken tucky Jamestown Exposition Com mission has asked every teacher in the State to set aside Wednesday Dee 12 as Jamestown and Boons boro Day The teachers are re quested to devote an hour or more on that day to instruction bearing on the fist English settlement in the territory now comprised in the United States and on hisory con nected with the erection of this unique fort by Daniel Boone near the present site of Boonesboro Ky in April 1755 Prof Fuqua suggests that the schollars be called on for compositions in connection with these subjects and thit readings from history be held in the school Each teacher in the State his received a letter from the Superin teudent ot Public Instruction ask ing that the pupils be requested to britig to school on Jamestown and Boonesboro Day one or more pennies according to school age which will be forwarded to tlu Commission and will go into a spe cial fund devoted exclusively to the erection of a replica of the of B onestoro as a Kentucky Rulding at Jamestown Children tinder five years of age HI the kin deroarden are asked to contribute i cent each pupils between 5 and 9 years of age are asked to cntribute 2 cents each those bet vten 10 and 14 year 3 cents cech those between 15 and 20 cents each pupils above 21 years of age 5 cents each One of the unique feitues asso datedwith the movement js that permitting no uupil to contribue larger um than is called for by bis or her school age The pupilmay however contribute additional pen Dies in the name of some other pupil who is unable to make his oWl little subscription to the fund In his letter to the teachers Prot Fuqua says in part Because of the historic interest in the event to be commemorated and by reason of the unique building Kentucky will have we want the school pupils of the State to be identified with the movement and through the aid of the Superintendents and teachers have every one of them add his mite to the fund Though the sum given by each pupil is small an amount that can be spared without hardship by ev ery family with children of school age in the State yet the total amount received in this manner will be a handsome one and should prove devoted as It will be to so laudable an undertaking a monu ment of enduring fame to the schoolchildren of Kentucky I A vegetable corrective for the stomachs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in plain English on every bottle that is Uascasweet the ideal medi cine for the little ones Contains no opiates Conforms fnlly with National Pure Food and Drug Law Write E C DeWitt Co Chi cago Ill for the Baby Book Sold by Chas C Davis CASTOElIAel8 the Signatueof A 2 iunLONG TENNESEE FIGHT For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn Ifought nasal ca tarrh He writes The swelling and soreness inside my Jose was fearful till I began applying Buck leas Arnici Salve to the sore stir face this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25C itt all druggists FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Dp not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There isI nothing gained by yI50c and loOO BottiR- ErUUSURSTSTUTEIwN CHAS C DAVIS l n F = l Bows THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fer any ease of Catarrh that cannot le cured byi Halls Catarrh Cure F JCDENKV A CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J heney for the last 15 years and believe him p rfcetly honorable in nil bnsin s transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldinj- Kinau Marvin Wholecale DrtiKgi ts Tol edoHalls Catarrh Ture is taken internally directly upou the blood and mucous of the system IestinionNls sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Family Pills for constipation Market reports from the Pitts burg Penn Sun The European title market is still dull and heavy Offerinus are light and poor of quality Buyers scarce Outlook poor It is a mistake to use a violent catharatic to open the bowels A gentle movement will accomplish the same resuli without causing distress or serious consequences ter DeWitts Little Early Riers are recommended Sold by Chas C Davis SpasmsISt Vitus Dance Many 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 havingIhealth I endured agoy that words can not express frou St VJtus dance oftmeilfvotion saved me Alter she had become physIcailyby the advice of a neighbor she procur ed a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine From the first dose to the last a continual change for the better was noticable bottleIEDWARD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmsfortored with many physicians he con tinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms in one week About that time MIlesNerylneHis improvement seemed slow but When he had finished the fourth bot andhaveMilesNervlne TINDALTayourdrugQlst hiWillMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind sivTHE WEBSTERS INTERNATIONALi Excels ha fui in size aiiJ contents goollusuiejExcelsalphabetAuntExcels in Etymologies These are com pluto and uiid embody the best resultsofphilology They arc notscrirnped or into obscure indicatedmarked letters used in the schoolbooks theiublIc l cleartcae t I itsshades t tions are s Excels Excels illustratedIother formation or is so indispensable In Illf ftTheto pages with 5000 Illustrations recentlybeen Dictionaryvised under the supervision of W SCommissioner F R EEtlA Test in IIforJUiicnoxAzr SPRINGFIELD MASS 1i ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED WITH II AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIGNALS QUEEHi6RESCEHT r ANDISOUTHERN RAILWAY FROK- CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest HIUESEEKERS Mi TUESMYS UONTHTlUANvi For Information and Rate Addrag H ciiNOcPiA111 E Main St Lexington Ky w QARRElTkneraIMaaapr W C RINEARSON Q P Ciselnnatl O 1 I 1 We whnsi 1OSlEUIstrictly forhirl nny or uti4tig on our lands and will proae cuto to extent of law all parties guilty of Imme- C A Adams J J Smith Nancy Smith J C thbbs Jas V Mooe Richard Rigs br ITLT W inkier John Joal Lunceford J M AdamsI Owens Lee Mrs Sallie Prewitt S H Helton MahargeIW D Livesay B F Livosay A Falin B s Davault IV Klza Cook J J Cook Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN NOTIChTO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar tot coughs colds and lung troublee is not af fecttd bv the National Pure Food and Dru J law as it contnins no opiates or olur harmful rugtiic we reccomend it as a safe rtme for children and adults Chas C Davis Seuiral guucl strikes in the uwild cat sectimis oi Kentucky were the features of tltf oil silua tion during the lust wtlc The regular de lelojed ficd idnot show any marked aciuny A MIRACULOUS CURE IK Jollovviiig statement by HM Alaros and wife Henrietta Pa w iuttrs pirviils and others A mitfc il itis cure has taken pi ce iti 011 home Our child hai eczmn 5 VIlT liirrrllrced incurable when we readabout lilntnc liiUvs ind M iii 10 try n Betore the secnd bolt e was taken we nomiceda change tm the beter and after taking 7 hot ties he was completely cured lit Ihe upto date blood medicine auf tody building tonid Guaranteed 50cand i oo at all drugg- istsFOLEYSIONIMM Cures Colds Prevents Pnoumcnla THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For eli Coughs and assists in expelling Colds from the sys thebowelsrelief for croup and iNearlycough cures ar- econstipating e especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative HoneyTarmovesthe i no Opiates Clover Honey som The RedI everybottle Tfe KENNEDY LAXATIVE HONEY AND TAR L 0 DeWITT CO CHICAGO U 8 A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM NO IThuis farm of n7 acres located on Negro creek neat Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence lit acedsin cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good rftock water Also good orchard FARM No 4 LI acres near rod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 5500 A great bar ainIFARM NO 5Soetcecs of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and amost desirable farm Piiio3 2 a baraain FARM NO tTh e tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the residences ofeorge Mines and Ge orge 75 acres of this land is bot- tomland and a good part ofit is upland but Iqvel and is good farming lane Abalgilat3pr acre One third cash the baljincein one and two years 1h I = r c 1i It Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this Tho best kind of a testimonilllISold for over A Slade MILBIIIAlso yers SAflSAPARILLAII We have no eecrets We publish the formulas of all our meclioiacB JHasten recovery keeping tho bowels regular with Ayers Pills W1LDIE Hog killing is all the rage this week J H Fish made a flying trip to Berea MondayAbney Ptyne the Disputanta merchants took the train here Monday for Richmond to buy gocdsMiss Tin Proctor came home from Berea Tuesday Dick Early and tamih returned from Jack on county SundavSamantha Fish is ablr to be out again after a bad spell of the grippeMrs Sue Butner was with friend here Sa urday and Sunday en route to Mt Vernon Ora Adams came home Sunday from Illinois Mrs Ella Franklin is visiting her sister Mrs John Crawford at Brodhead tills wetK Aunt Minerva Maiden a MSter oi S L Dm ham died Tuesday anti was buried VedutdavL T Mevsirt cas Gus can go wtst if he ants o but for me 1aimostay in ll Kockcastlc as long as I jean rais seventy bushels oi corn to tIme acre as I have done this t ar Bickache cmd hands and feet rheuina im and kindred ailments cniised bv imornprr action of the kidnes yield ie dily to a shot treatment of DeWitts Kidney ami bladder Pills They quickly drive the poisons from the system and thus afford rebef A week treat inent for 2oc Recommended and sold by Chas C IMvis FloatingT 3 lVCC London Nov iSA fleatin mine a legacy of the R l1Jnannn vi has been driven asnore at Akta on the west coast cf Honda when ItV iiloded killing 10 villagers anrl wound ms NEW CURE FOR EPLEPSY J B Witerman of Watertown 0 Rural Fret Delivery writes Mv daughter afflicted for years AMtii epilepsy was cured by Dr KingV New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over tvo years IIBest body cleansers and life giving tonic pills on earth25c it all druggists New Service VI- AeDdersoti Route Trains ii and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOl ISVILLE AND EVANSViLLESl- eepers open at Louisville 840 p in at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain in until 7 30 a m We respectfully solicit your patronage IJT iRWIN GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUJSYILLE KY jrodhcad Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager ff I IIMpoII wirt1J1 4ffl Fence ICheaperAMIROM ll CINCINNATI O 199 ieaJiruf Iron Ptnce ta Mr Ceo j lotto ftlcet will cvyri7M Call tee t 91 r GRIFFINS MILLI0 Corngathering rabbit hunting etcCraig Elder of near Stanford visited friends and relatives here Friday until Sunda Country store a e getting to e ery nu merous in this vicinity and all claim to be doing a gocd business Wm M Dennev aad F L Mor gan went to Brodhead Friday n business G R Ping moved from this place to near Ottawa last Thursday the zgth Deputy Sheriff T J Niceley was through this neighborhood Saturday on official lusinesiiJ B Cummins turned ibe neighbor boys into his rabbit patch on Thanksgiving and flthev came out witha round dozen b- ynoonJ B Cummins bought of calflforthe boys a big cornhusking Wed nesday Why not put our corn up in the shuck and save a great deal that is wasted by rats and mice and in the end have sweeter and bettet preserved cornMrs J M Craig visited her paaents Mr and Mrs J W Brown last week Charles Herrin will soon move to the farm be has rented of J L Hasty Uncle John Hurst is very sick of a complication of diseases Bro Koker of Madison county bet an a protacted meeting at at 3rrllTheon Sunday Dec 23rd Sermon will be preached by Bro Koker Every body invited D F Millers heading mill is running in full blast at the Xroads on I L Has t s farmWm M Penney wi rnve into hi new dwelling in the vear IutuieJ H Hurst is don g some repair work on Poplar Grove ohtircn houseJ H Cummins contemplates teaching a subscrip lion school at this place beginning Monday jjan yth Scma ot the boys say they wont let H N Den hey kill their birds on the halves Say brother Newton wI at are you going to do nov A WESTERN WONDER Theres n Hill at Bowie Texas thats twice as big as last earI This wonder is W L Hill who Iron a Weight of 90 pounds h s grown to over 180 He sass sufferedwith a terrible cough n doctors gave me up to die of con sumption I was reduced to go pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottle I have more than doubled in wci ht and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by all druggists 50C and i 00 Trial bottle free OASTc nIABears the Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new Laxative stimulates but does not irritate It is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Chas C Davis W A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you au estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M U MYERS DentistMt S FirstClass t Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C ViI Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor o vernononChurcblstreetSpecialattention to collections Phone No 80 de McCLiUY- Undertaker Embalmer CompletE LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly iStanforc1 Ky j h4onoir f zJ JIM 4 kThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre of freely telling and been tinucr sonal supervision since its infancy Allow one to ticeeive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with 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