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Fridayifluut ituon t J igla V XX MT VERNON ROCKCAST E KY FRIDAY DEC 14 1906 NUMBER 12u U freD JffI74 30G983CQ I Want What I Want when I want itM The sweet throated song ster who sang and started the t i popular song now going the rounds Iwant what I want when I want it clearly ex pressed my views ofmy cus- tomersW f i You Want What You Want f f when you want itl IeNow is the time you want f W Solid Heavy Stylish f winter goods f Heavy Overcoats SuitsFr Shoes Uoderv ear Ladies k Long Coats Jackets Facinaf f tors Shawls Overshoes everything suitable to the season in all lines R l J q ti 1 TOBACCO D2ALEH3 YARNEO Night Rider T rcalcn to Burn Mere Factcris Near Princeton Louisville KyA special from Marion Co Ky Considerablesays excitement has been caused here over the receipts of threatening letters by the owners of the two largest tobacco concerns in this city warning them not to buy any more tobacco The letters were signed D T P or Night Riders and stated that If the men to whom they were addressed did not heed the warning their places ot business would be destroyed by fire Both letters were mailed at Prince ton which is only a short distance from this place and the first one was re ceived by B L Moore who runs the largest tobacco warehouse In Critten den county Mr Moore sent out notices that he would not receive any more tobacco at present The other man to receive a warning was Arthur JarvIs who conducts a big warehouse and stemmery It Is understood he also will not take In any more tobacco PLAINTS FROM ALL LINES Are Heard at Louisville Pure Food Commission Louisville Ky Pickles sirups cat ups and whisky were the products cnsidered by the United States com iiission on purity of foods in its session A large number of witnesses IrioiHlllrvas reached late in the afternoon and hen was considered only as a cour esy in order to allow several Cincin rattans to present their arguments f the plzns of the commissioners do rot miscarry the sittings in Louisvill will be adjourned and will be resume n Lexington where additional inves igation of the manufacture of whir ies and blending of spirits will be ade Auditisnal opportunities wil iso be given the manufacturers fci sarings before the commission at exington MYSTERIOUSLY MISSING Disappearance of Three People Can Not Ce Explained By Police Louisville KyThe police are en mysteiously2r hem laughing and has not been yard from Six years ago her sister ss Ida Baron disappeared under mar circumstances Her body war lenvard found in the canal RobertIrohr t er an employe of NoImUcIltrcmtreet IL A Schuman a contracting alnter left his home 1320 Edenside avenue Thanksgiving evening to call on his sister at 1413 Hamilton avenue JJVom there he went to a nearby drug tore purchased a cigar and has not icen seen since He had been griev ing over the death of his wifeIMay Continue His Practice MI3ento1Beckncr who was suspended from law nactice in Kentucky for two years Because of alleged criticism of brother ttorneys at a term court in London ngland may practice law while waiting the court of appeals In the case Libel Indctment Lexington KyThe criminal libel case against former Mayor Henry T Duncan growing cut of his Sunday sermons in which he has County Judge Bullock and others twit misappropriating the funds of the city and county was again taken up by Judge Parker in circuit court Docks Emancipation Day AuguryrAho was recently sold to a blacksmith for was given his release An amendment tothe vagrant law govern ng cases similar to that of Auburn has been found and on this ground the court on its motion set aside the decree of his servitude Air Brakes Failed Paducah KyThe fast Memphis Louisville northbound flyer Illinois Central ran by the station here an 1crashed into a light engine waiting tc take it out The accident was due to the air brake failing to work on passenger train Five persons were injured Paperfcratc daily paper to be run in oppo sition to the republican organ the Leader will be launched here the lira of the year The paper will be entirely by Lexington capitalists anq it is said a modern plant will b erected Erring Mother Dies In Asylum Lexington KyMrs Etta Grittlt- the young wife of Nolan Griffith eently Indicted for the murder of ho irl baby and who became insane in the county jail the day Thomas Stout was executed died at the Eastern Kentucky asylum Diamond Jubilee Louisville KyThe diamond jubl ee of the Sisters qf the Order of Iercy will be celebrated here with tore than ordinary ceremony till also be the annual alumnae of Academy of St Catherine Open toe bowels and get the cold out ofyour system Kennedy Laxative Co ugh Syrup opens t bowels and at the same tune alla the mflamation of the mucous mem braces Contains Money and Tar Drives put the cold and stops tt cough Absolutely free from opi ies Conforms to the National Pure Food an i Drug Law Pleas ant to take Sold by Chas G Da vii SHOT FIRED DY NEGRO And the Policeman Fell Seriously Wounded A Lynching Prcbable Lawrenceburg With a gun heavily leaded with bcsaot Mort anidangerouslyHarry Xiller Liovu escaped and uj to a late hour had net headed Oncers roll scouring the srrounJiag veneanccishould he be cuht ti hope to save him from the of a mob Oflicer Miller was summoned ti Bucktown a ne rot satticment t quell a disturbance Brown was drunl and the polcenaa had to use his clut in order to subdue him One hone later a noisp was made near headquar tens mid as Muller stepped out in door and started west on Court stree to investigate Brown opened lire upo him At the first shot V Her fe wounded in the face and head and a he lay on the sidewalk the negro advanced and fired another load into hi prostrate form The wounded man seemed his gir and fired three shots at the fleeing m gro He then turned across the strer and was shot IiI the back Weakene from the loss of blood he felt unto scious and was carrier to his horn Thirty buckshot entered his body an his condition is exoremely critical MAKES PLEA FOR RECTIFIERS Liquor Dealers Association Fights Stigmatized Term Louisville KyAn imposing arn if counsel representing every bran jf the whisky interests cf Kentuck rreeted the National Pure Food con iiission when the seccnd week of i HougfWholesale Liquor Dealers associatio which nac about 90 per cent of t ectlficd whisky in the Uaitod State was the first speaker lIe made extended argument to prove that product now known us rectified ble ed or compound wulAy is the siproduct that for gene motions has known by the simple name vhu He tunic a plea not to deprive the ljtifiers of the term anJ force there accept a stigmatized term The n titled whisky as irte as last year said was officially recognized by t government as whisk Tae rectifir he said are willing to print on tLc labels that their whisklrs ale lei or otherwise to distinguish them fn the straight whiskies Seeks to Krcw YTnfc VMsty Louisville Ky Tlie coiiviiisjion purlly fCoI appontr3 k n lr the visions of the agricultural aj pov than act opened a hearing here hi he manrfactire of wJisky sun irups veeUblc ollj flavoring c acts and other articles Coming jouisville primmlly for tine pirpo r asccrtainn whit is whisky vh arilivhirky tie commission wIll plat much of Hs time at tie disposal o other trades interested in1 the enforce grant of the pure food law LiJ Fits Tghter Newport KyA more rigid enforce mcnt of the midnight closing law ha been ordccl by Chisf of Police Lick art He has given the patrolmen or tiers to enforce the law and all sa loonkecrcrs have been notified tha they must clc a their places promptly at midnight Tipsh Thos iH Paynter went to Waahimton to sea congress in se slon and get a line or he work lie will take up when he worn in Accompanying him wert len Percy Hy and Prison Cornells loner Harvey S McCutslien lather and Baby Turned To Death Lexington Ky Yvliile playing near in opnn grate at tier home in Mason aunty the threeyearold child of ilrs ra Goodman was fatally burnnd Tie nothers clothing caught fire when she oigM to save her babe and she way Iso burned to death Was Working For JcnD Newport 1Cy11 m ilcMrnn a Cl Tgo boiler maker was final In Lie lice court en a charge of doing va ecessary labor on the Sabbath lie lann was engaged in the work of con tuctln a tank at the Standard Oil 7os plant Drys Von Agan London KyTh election in Cli ounty on the llrjuor Qae tion was an ther victory for the causa of temper rice The majority in the con ana tlc s lcans is about 1000 Tr- 8rhlaiy men gave up tho light sever lays ago Klcklngh banks an rerust companies of Louisville ha 1teen subjected to a taxable increa om 00 per tent to 70 per cent heir capital stock and surplus Prt eats have been filed with the board t equalizationEurnedIn Her Home Maysville KyThe house of Mason High in this county was burned and his mother aged 79 who was asleep gotthecrisp Millions of bottles of Folevs Honey and Tar have been sold withr ut any person ever having ex beneficialysuse colds and lung troubles This is be cause the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package contains v one 1 or tier harm fnl drugs Guard your Wealth bv refusing any but the genuine Ghas 0 Davis drogjpsl v l1 e Rithtlind eta ocrwill hand you ROYAL eves I if yens go Blindfolded into his store and ask for Baking iPowder Any maker of ALUM eking Pow der would like to Blindfold the house wives so that they could not see the label on the can AVOID ALUM I Say plaini9 I I RO I4L is an pure Cream of I Aids to the I I NOTIcES you advise you horn ffi cia Mont Clark was kicked in the ice S turday by a mule and very s verely Hilton who has been on the sick list for the l ast tl ree months is slowly W V has been Court at Mt Vernon this week His health is very bidMiss Allie Las J was the guejt jf Mrs Dora Ball Mis Hallie of neat Withersa s vIsiting Mrs Martisha Dr W D Laswell is his residence by having two rooms Susie visited her mothtr Mrs A B Ball who had his leg Established fl 1l fr 11 b a sever it weeks io isabie to go round on s SUC New Conn write I tried kit fey and was treated by our best for bui ld not until I took FolI eys Cure After the sec nd I im and live cured me I have since pass ed a rigid for life inI surance s Cure C Davis BAKING POWDER 1 ROYAL absolutely Grape Powder DigestionAdds healthfulness TartarI conwDIA I IROVALI ORLANDO woundedE improving Keppert ittending Sunday Singleton Singleton improving lddedMrs Penuington allMajor 1887 VOLUME COUNTY and broken handcar crutches PASSED EXAMINATION CESSFULLY James Donahue Britain several remedies physicians diabetes improve bottle showed Marked provemenf bottles completely examination Foley Kidney oflkidneydruggisc rVlLLIAMSBUBG judge H F Finley has present ei a new pipe organ to the Chris tiar church at this place The election on the liquor question held in Whitley county on last Sm day resulted in 2454 majority for the drysJudge Moss is giving universal satisfaction as Circuit Judge of this district and the wick ed are beginning to flee For chapped and crocked bands nothing is quite as coed as anap Hazelfkid use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by Chas C Davis DC DJC S 3CXnfc r tClearance SaleiO- F3fcDec 33C9fcd I I ladies and Ghifrens CLOAKS i i We have a large stock of these Cloaks j g which we will sell at a greatly reduced price j as we do not want to carry them over next Y season and in order to dispose of make room for other goods we will sell theme for cost and less r See Our Line of Fine Umbrellas For Christmas Presents iS CALICOES Now is the time to buy your k Calicoes t 5 cent Calicoes at4 cent 6 14 cent Calicoes at 5 cents 3CC c c 1 1 F KRUEGER SON J1 4 4 n t1L d t 5 tl h 1 r = It f MT VERNON SIGNAL 1906IFRIDAY Dee 14 Friday6yI Published every EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ioo Advertising rates made known on application AFTER the first of the year there will be no more saloons in Somer set Corbin and Manchester will be dry as soon as the present Ii cense expire which will be some time during 1907 The only place left in the Eleventh district to have open saloons is Micidlesboro which vni for the whisky people in- V dnes la selection bva majority ot 19 However fraud is char Ed and the election will be contested Heres hoping the drys have ample ground for their contention and that Middiesboro will go m th dry list With saloons out of Middles boro there woull be no place in the Eleventh where whisky would I e sold after Sept of next year THE KENTUCKY POST MAST RS met in Louisville a few days ago and formed an organization Wonder if this is a forerunner of a trust on postage stamps WANT 100900d NAMS Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission Calls For Popular Subscriptions to Fund A wellattended meeting of the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission was held last Wednesday at the headquarters of the Commission in Louisville The meet ing was called by Col J Stoddard fohnston president for the pur pose of devising ways and means to continue the campaign for popular subscriptions to the Kentucky Building and Exhibit fund Citizens from every section of the State have been responding to the call for funds but as it will require not less than 40000 to erect a building and make a proper aisplay covering the products and resources of the State the Commis sion is still a long way from the desired goal Less than five months remain before the open ing of the Expositiou and with tle stupendous amount of workahead it is necessary that the subscrip tions be received ac an early date Direct appeals have already been made to those friends of State de velopment who showed an inerest by subscribing to the Kentucky Exhibit fund for the St Louis Worlds Fair of 1904 and now a campaign will be carried or which will cover every class of business and so far as possible every indi vidual in the State A plea for popular subscriptions throughout Kentucky is made It is the wish of the Commission that 100000 may appear on the subscription books Therefore no subscription is too small to be of value The Commission invites every citizen of the State to give an expression of substantial interest in this movement C C Ousley secretary 204 Commercial Build ing Louisville is authorised by the Commission to receive all sub scriptions The general public is urged to send contributions direct ly to him and the receipt of the Treasurer for the amount of sub scribed will be promptly forwarded In eases where it is not desired to make a cash subscription the Commission is anxious that those willing to give notify the secreta ry by mail ot the amount of their subscription naming a futcre date lor payment All payments should be made on or before Feb i 1907 Attention has heretofore been called to the manner in which the money will be spent The Com missioners are giving their services en terly gratuitously to the work and every cent subscribed will be devoted to the erection ofa Ken tucky Building and the collection transportation installation and maintenance of an exhibit from this State At Wednesdays meeting consi erable progress along the various lines o endeavor was reported by Commissioners The mineral ag riculture aHd oreslsY exhibits from this State promise to prove more interesting than At any previous C 9t hifJlitsscale as heretofore It is the tention of the Commission mI er to make every department a modelof completeness The his doubtless1behat ever sent to an Exposition Many proffers of valuable histori cal souveniors have already been made to the Commision A committee was authorized to isit Jamestown once and select he building site for Kentucky and Iso secure the necessary space for xhibits in various Exposition mildmgs POLITICS AND POLITICIANS A resolution considered slap t Senator Bailey was introduced n the House Monday by Repe ientative Randell providing for fine and imprisonment for any member of Congress who accepts nines or office from corporations Opposition has developed in the S nate to Secretary Bonaparte as Attorney General bv reason ofa speech he made at Chicago in 1899 Senator McOreaty Wednesday presented in the Senate the certifi cate of election of Senator elect P lynterThe new Cabinet has struck a number of snags in the Senate Tuesday the member in dicated a desire to investigate the record of Attorney General Moody when he was in the House Chief Justice John Harlan Judge ORear of theAppellate Court and others have been mentioned as probable Republican gubernatorial timber In view of the fact that at the late election the Democrats cast 29158 more votes for Congress than did the Republicans holders ofoffices with nice salaries ma well pause awhile before giving them up for the very doubtful chance of being Governor A Washington special says The Yerkes Ernest rule of post offices in the Third and Tenth Kentucky districts came to an end this week through the issuance of an order by the Postmaster Gener il stating thathereafter Represejit ativeelect Jairies and Representa tiveelect Langley will control the appointments in the two districts After this when ever vacancies arise the cases will be referred to the two new Congressmen who will name the new postmasters a GRIFFINS MILL 0 Some of our farmers are done gathering corn There is a bonn tiful crop of fat hogs in this section Rev J M Cummins filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Joe Brown and Elmer Cummins onIMARRIED Elmer Cumniins and Miss Florida Cash were marri ed Wednesday Rev F L Warren officiating May their path be strewn with peace and happiness Uncle John Hurst remains about the sameJ L Hasty and daugh ter Miss Sarah J attend church at Woodstock Saturday and Sun dayGaines Cummins and family visited the family of J B Cum wins Saturday night and Sunday Quite a number of young folks from Level Green attended church at Poplar Grove SundayLuther Cummins of Mt Vernon head sawyer at C C Millers handle factory was in this part of the vine yard SundayJ J Cummins 1 L Hasty and Cal McClure attended court at Mt Vernon Monday Roy Cummins little son of J B Cummins is visiting his grand par ents Mr and Mrs A Cummins of Mt Vernon this weekHenry Payne from the Pill ski side was in Mt Verm n Friday and Saturday on important businessHog kill ling and Xmas will soon be here Oh lalla What a good time Some of the boys around here have commenced plowing for next years crop a great pity that we all cant begin nowMay be we would help the beloved quail destroy many of the innumerable insects that are such a pest to the farmer Say Bro Farmer lets try more whest oats and grassand not sty mu h corn especially we boys in the level sandy part of old Rockcas le 5 Dr J R Coleman qne of the leading physicians inTestern Kentucky died Monday at his home in Paducah alter an illness of only a week J ilAlLHiCE FHOM THEctL TO TIE STURDY OCCUPANT OF THE WHITE HOUSE Demands a Say In Running Govern ment Daring Steps Taken By the Upper Branch Washington Dec 12Ia executive session the senate mustered up enough courage to anum rate solemnly a new wiiiIdid the document which signalized the Englieffect it wz 3 a notice to the presideit that he must consider the senate as the more important half of one of the coordinate branches of the government and not treat it as a body whose existence is a mere incident to his con v6nience It must have taken considerable nerve to take such a boldstep inasmuch as the senate was half an hour in reachinc its decision but when one recalls that its spirit has been considerably broken by the occupant of the white hoase during the last four years it might be regarded as a really daring thing to do The senate resolved to say to the president We insist on your being more definite in the matter of nomina tions which you send to us if you are not we will hold up the confirma tion of several important appointments This resolution was reached after a large number of subordinate nominations had been confirmed and just about the time it was expected the question of confirming several cab- Inet appointments would be taken up When consideration was about to be resumed of the case of Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte who has been appointed attorney general to succeed Sir Moody some senator asked whether the senate had any knowledge when the various changes in the cabinet were to take effect- Signal for Discussion This was the signal for a somewhat general discussion on the subject of the prospective changes in the cabinet Were it hot for the newspapers the senate would have no information as to the program of the president The senate is cognizant furthermore that Commissioner of Corporations James R Garfield is slated to succeed Sec retary of the Interior Hitchcock but were it not for the newspapers the senators would not know it is the presidents idea to make this change March next- Therefore it was resolved that in asmuch as the senate under the constitution is virtually onehulf of the appointing power the president should be require to explain in his official capacity just what his pragram is In the meantime the action on the nominations will bs deferred Possibly the country will be amazed at the defiant attitude assumed by the coincript fathers but they have been waiting for an opportunity to demon strate that they are in a rebellious mood ginst what they have long con sidered tlic domineering disposition of the president BANISHES PAPAL SECRETARY Francea Step Marks Beginning of Hostilities Between Church and State Paris Dec 12Formal notice was served during the day on Cardinal Richard archbishop of Paris and the bishops and parish priests of this department that they must evacuate their residences Similar notices were served on the clergy in other depart meAts Mgh Montagnini secretary of the papal nunciature was arrested upon an order expelling him from Fran t and accoraraniel by a commissary o police departed for the Italian fron tierImmense quantities of documents found at the nunciature were seizeJ and taken to police headquarters War Minister Picquart has ordered the recruiting officers to require ecclesiastical students to present their cer tificates Those who fail to do so by Decembei 20 will be ordered to join the colors January 7 The order affects 550G students Mrs Sirdsong Is Gulty Hazelhurst Miss Dec 12Mrs Angle Birdsong was found guilty of manslaughter for killing Dr Thomas Butler and was recommended by her Jurors to the mercy of the court Mrs Birdsong is 22 years of age and a member of a leading Mississippi tam ily She alleged the doctor had boast ed of improper relations with her and that his boasts were untrue which caused the murder Recruits Scarce and Orcers Too Few Washington Dec 12The annual report of Secretary of War Taft gives the actual strength of the army as 3 700 officers and 54C59 enlisted men a totrl of 5SJC8 Of this number 11 952 are stationed in the Philippines and 4950 in Cuba He also says the army has not enough officers anc ur es congress to pass legislation tc remedy this Ready to Massacre Melilia Morocco Dec 12RnlsHl has Informed the Moorish dmciah that after conferring with the mount tain tribes lie was prepared to marct upon Tangier at the head of 1500C armed Moors and drive into the sea 01 massacre every Christian in that place Pope Names Physician Rome Dec 12The pope appointee as his private physician Dr Guiseppe Petacce and as his consulting phy- sicIan Dr Ettore Marchiafeva pro- Cessor of pathology at the Universitj of Rome OASTO XABeUII the A The life of former United States S naor Arthur Brown who was shot by Mrs Anna M Bradley is hanging by a mere thread When J M Lee retires from the army on Januar 2 it is expected that Brig Gen J Franklin Bell Kentuckianwili be promoted to Major General = tmm marlintr TRarftn 16 is Ae lightweiat repeating iholSai worldand the gun made game sj und foxe I IThe THarlrn an exact of the flZKfn 12 in all the working anrsmokdcss barrel Special bored for bocforeend ofsound walnut and allput by experiezpeneced you are a shoottr mallards naiads need Send in for nmakenI sailing in the whole and rifl- esTfieTHartin 42 Willow St New Haven Conn 1 HEADQUARTERS M M fRAilER POST No 127 G A R The members of the M M Frazier Post Xo 127 G A R axe hereby notified that tne Post will meet at the Conn House in Mt Vernon Ky lice 22 190 at 10 oclock in llalanceof tha dues amounting to 45 cts for each riember will be due at that time Lunchwill be served h tin Quartermaster The election of officers for the yarlOoi will take place on this day also the in stallation of the new officers Prof 14V Dodge of Jterea hai been invited to conduct the services which will be open to the public Memorial services in memory of our departed brother George Payne will he held the afttnJoonIDone by order of the Post D P BETHURUM R M JOHNSON Adjutant Counselor W T SMITH Quartermaster SYNOPSIS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS MESSAGE TO CONGRESS Congress should enact a law giving to the Government the right to ippeal in the criminal cases A law should be enacted prohibi ting the setting aside of judgements in cases misdirection of the jury or improper admission of testimo ny The right injunction should be stfemiarded in such a manner as to place a limitation on injunctions Education of both races as a pre v ntaiive to lynch low Relations of capital andlabor are treated exhaustively with the rec ommendation that some measures should he enacted looking to the curbing of the bae teaching of one and greed and avarice of the otherA and thorough childla bor law should be enacted There should be a further strengthening ot the employers liability law- Disputes between capital and labor should by law be subject to ar itratirnaid bvlbre a committee of either State or Federal officers The rate bill and the pure load law should be given a fair trial be fore much additional legislation is done along these lines but the be lief is expressed that it is only a question of time when the Federal authorities will be compelled to look more closely into the packinghouses and label their products Our efforts should not be so much toward prevention of consolidation as ti txercise supervis ion o tr COfJICrtt ion CougJ es shonld enact a gradu ah ii inheritance and income tax- regulated to the needs of the Govern men t Technical and industrial training should be made a pfrt of our gener al sclum system Lower tariff or else absolute free trade for the Philippines t1eIa general reconstruction of naiurl izalion laws Freedom for Cuba and prosperi tv for the Cubans Monroe Doctrine shoule be preserved America wants no territory but her own- Protection for her fur seals and a better understanding with the British Government Cooperation of the Guvernment is promised to the farmers in all matters looking to their better ment Congress should take up the question of marriage and divorce and enact suitable laws 1 he qvestion of polygamy should be dealt with bv the Government and not by the States American shipping should oe protected Currency reform is needed and Congress should enact lrws that will avoid all discrimination tbat will be automatic and open to all sound banks The army and navy should be kept on their present high stand ard and measures should be en acted sufficient to provide for any contingencywhich may arise In the local option election Tuesday at Middiesboro the wets won by a majority of nineteen The election may he contested on the allegatiqn that sixty illegal Totes were f f r NEWS ITEMS The jury hi the case of Mrs An TiSs11returnslaughter and recommended the de fendant to the mercy of the court It is believed the bill being framed by the River and Hat b rs Committee will not be reported be fore the middle of January and that it may carry as much as 70 000000Isas 17000 men are at work on the Panama canal There has not been a death since July and there- is very little sickness For Thin- Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why i babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for honeand muscle Fat i abies are happy they do rot cry they are rich i leir fat is Ia idup for me of need They are tappy because they are om fortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves iril cushions them When hey are scrawny those asrves are hurt at every n gentl e touch They Might in Scotts Emul ion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Bears of Be sure that this picture in the form of a Itbe is on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulsion you buy Scott 8 Bowne Chemists 409415 Pearl Jtrnl Jew York SOc and 100 AlfcDnifrgtsU Bishop Charles C mcCibe was sricken withapolexy in New York Tuesday His condition last Wednesday night was said to be favorable to his speedy recouery A GAURANTEED CaRE FOR PILES Blind Bleeding Protrud autborizjed SocCASTORIA r i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Sought I I thet- IRl1ati1re r ilLEST YOU FORGET r Rockcllstleryare tNoother brand sold that Is better for a perfect n flit beauty and durability that the ARNOLD SBIO Try a pair and see for yourself t Our Dry Goods line is complete Such beauties as you necer saw before in dress goods of all kinds and they are pefectly uptodate Our prices are tl astonishing We take pleasure in showing our goods and givt1 ing our prices Remember they are all perfectly new and stylish- Cornespendapleasaiit day with us 1m AgCNHIATTH- IATT t KENTUCKY l rv OMo AS McXENZIE COME IwE invite all to come and see us At my store you rI willalways find a good selection of Dry Goods and I Notions p CLOTHING I allIWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZIE w JONAS McKEffZIE P I YOUR BANKING No matter how small no nmttter how large THE BANK of ft3T VERON will give it careful attention This messageapplies to the men and the women aiike Remember we pay 3 per CPUtI interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres J T ADAMS VicePres ia 13 W L RICHARDS A B HIANEW BOOK PEOPLE of KENTUCKy11I1I Relating the True History and Iof the Mountain People 111 sv ObOIS soHfap months This Cashier Asst Cash lished by a Mountain ManWm H Haney the author was born He has divided the book into ten entitled as follows They Are Location Feuds tries The Public School See ondary Politics Religion JJOutlook JJeach one ofwhich is ably 1000 Copies Every loyal Kentuckian should read this book The book contains 200 pages and 16 lull pa re illustations It is printed in gold MT VERNON KY II tit t1f1t1 1tt 11 eel eel llllllltce 3 3 3 3 Mt Vernon Ky = = Stock Can furnish on short no- Etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have = Edone Fine attached = by wire Filled 3E Phone No 63 = c t a in Take Quinine Tablets FUHNISH 11111Of IIandchapters ConHtionsII VhoJ Education discussedII handsomelybound IIItqrvJWillis Criffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR Complete Embalming Hearse ORDERS Promptly 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111J11il1111111111111 111111111111 To Cure Cold One Day Laxative Bromo signatory 1Cures on every I box25c S4 4f o Mr VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Die 14 1906 79Cull up No 79 whenwant to CornD1unl cute with SIGNAL 79i 4 R R cJ TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p IB 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erIEItS0NAL J J Cook was here Monday from Bell count Charlie McKenzie is visiting relatives in Stanford Mrs J F Griffin is with relu tieo near Gum Sulphur- R M Johnson who has been very sick for some time is better Mrs H L Tate is visiting relative at Brodhead and Crab Orch ardW M Baker of Atlanta Mo is here to see his father H H Ba ker Judge J B Fish of Williams burg was here esterday on busi nessMiss Lillie Thompson returned Sunday to her home in Crab Or chard David Bryant is making consid erable improvements on his resi denceCharley Johnson after an illness of several days is able to be out againEditor E C Walton of the Interior Journal was here a short while TuesdavBurdette McKenzie is learning telegraphy under Agent J A LandrumA is suffering from a burned hand caused by an explo sion of a lamp J D CheeK of Lexington was here Wednesday to see one of ouf young ladies Judge Morrow and Hon B J Bethurum are the visiting attor neys this court Mrs J W Nesbitt of Penning ton Gap Va spent several days here this week George Taylor of near Buckeye is very sick Mr Taylor has been in bad health for some time We are glad to be able to report A Renner who has been so very sick for several days improving Mrs W F Champ of Paint Lick was the guest of her sister Mrs S N Davis for a few days Mr and Mrs Rome Adams and daughter Miss Cora spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives here Harve Mink has moved from Jackson County back to his old home in the Southern part of the countyM Lawrence widow of the late Dr Joe Lawrence of Hyden Ky is visiting the family of J J LawrenceMrs W Soward has returned to her home in Barbourville after a visit of several days to her mother Mrs J C Carmical Miss Frances Sparks who is at tending the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati Ohio will arrive Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents Mr an- dMrsWJ Sparks sLOCAL Supt G M Ballard paid out to the teachers last Saturday ove 5000 Marshal Smith has begun the foundation for his new store houseDo you ever think of that sub scription which is unpaid The editor does FOR SAL1A stalk field about 40 cres- dec142t S H MARTIN XMAS AROn Saturda December 15 I will open a Christmas Bazaar in my store on street Ail kinds ot fanc work burnt wood table covers center pieces ind sofa pillows Call be fore youmake your Christmas purchases MRS CLEO WBKOWN t Kyi Born to the wife of T J Pen nington a fine boy baby Coillat Mrs Cleo Browns 01 Ffshs store for Souvenir Post Cards of the town S H Martu has purchased of R B Mullins two lots in West Mt Vernon and will commence at once the erection of a residence During the remainder of the inter season Dr M L Myers dentist will be at Brodhead on Monday afternoon and Tuesday oreuoon of each week Hows THIS We make 36 pictures for 50 cents 12 for 25 cts KELLY BURTAN Over Peoples Bank Mt Vernon Ky Rev J Barnes has just closed a series of meetings at Hope Well 5 miles south of Mt Vernon wi li 32 additions 21 by experience awl baptism and n by restoration vith good attendance and rice be havior Judge Redwine of Morgan com tv has decided that the dog latt passed by the last Legislature i unconstitutional It is meeting with much opposition and the nex Legislature is sure to see a deter mined effort for its appeal There will be a Christmas cant ta and Xmas tree at Brodhead Kj Xmas eve night also Xmas night the members of Brodhead Baptis S School will play Fruits of the Wine Cup a temperance play which shows the evils of intemperance Everbody cordially invited Proceeds go to benefit of building fundIA correspondent of the Danville Advocate pays a tribute to the Nestor of the Eleventh District bar as follows- I have been in the Court House a few times and note that a gentle man well known to Danville pen pIe is actively participating in the court proceedingsJudge Thomas Z Morrow for eighteen years Cir cuit Judge of this District who re tired from the bench a few years ago and could have spent his de clining years in retirement and ease but he is not built that way For the past two weeks he has been the principal actor on one side or the o ther of a number of cases in court and has I believe invariably won His cross examinations are couductedwith the same alertness as of yore his knowledge of the law seems to be both comprehen sive and critical he argues his cas es with the same clearness and force as was his wont years ago In the coort room on the street his step is elastic his laugh clear and ringing and his whole appearance is virile and outhful He is sev eral years younger than Justice Harlan who is another YOUNG Kentuckian fullof mental igor and acts of usefulness The trial of W V Reppert for lunacv has caused no little com ment among the general public W V Reppert is a sorts of J S Reppert a lawyer by profession and until a few years ago was a prominent attorney in the pension department at Washington But a year or two ago he fell and received a lick on the back of his head which has caused partial par alysis of his entire body attended by other infirmaties has rendered him a very feeble man taking from him all the vitality which at one time was so characteristic of him Less than a year ago or after the death of his mother he came to make his home with his father J S Reppert near Orlando this county For a time everything was pleasant and agreeable but soon slight differences began to arise between father and son which became more serious with each suc ceeding time the farm which the son claims to have furnished the farther to the daughter Mrs J W Nesbitt and the will giving it back to the son was broken This with other things had brought condi tions to such a serious point that when court convened this week both were on the ground the son asking that the father be indicted for burning the house of P P Sin gleton a neighbor and in turn the father asking that the son esent to the asylum The scene present ed in the court room was a very peculiar and pathetic one the con ditions of which we regreted very much to see The fury prompt returned a verdict ot sound min on the part of the sou whist the rand jury if it has madqn in- diootmont againsUthe fnt1prfor ar sonhas not uade any report of it up time of going to press coalIhaulersthe situation and raised the pries ofcoal from 10 to t I cents There are some few who still bring it in at 10 centsi CIRCUIT COURT Citcuit court convened Monday andjHonvis as usual delivered strong and impressive charge to the Grand Jury as to the investigations of the various violations The following gentlemen werv selected as Jurors GRAND JURY I J Hystnger J R Dotson Milt Newcomh Luther Kelton A J Haggard Geo Deatherage Dan Brown John Winkler Josiah Cummins Wm Powell C E Ev ms and Geo Ketron PETIT JURY Julian Borde J C Wood M J Kirby Jas Taylor WC Simp on Jas Pannel Harvey Chaney H C Rowlett Jas Barnett John Herd Melvin Wallen O J Tow ry J H Hahaffey Wm De cord Richard Pike G H Price N A Mink J H Jarrett Joe Sullen A J Pike J H Coffey Wm Graves J H Cummins GC Fish This is proving a light curt soar as the trial ot cases is concerned The following cases were disposed of up to Wednesday evening vhen the Jury was discharged un til Monday Nath Doan drawing a pistol on another 50 and ten das imprisonment Fred Doan and John Rowe for disturbing religious worship acquitted Rufus Menefee for trespass continued Pete Faris breach of the peace 10 andcost W T McClure for concealed weapons 25 and cost J B G Miller for selling whiskv 60 aud cost working statute applied E R Spires charged with murder con tinued Lee Norton and others for the killing of James Arnold and his son Harlan continued until next term BllODHEAI R H Metcalf cashier of Mc Kinney Deposit Bank atMcKinney KY was here Wednesday to see Cashier J W Hutcbeson Chas Chandler of Pittsburg was here Thursday calling on our merchants J W Hutcheson went to Camp bellsville Thursday on business M iss Jewel Francisco was in Stan ford Tuesday shopping The pro tracted meeting at the Christian church is still in progress Rev Masters is a preacher of marked ability snd is drawing large crowds Already 8 has been added to the church by baptism G S Durham is on the ic- klislMiss Ethel Parker of Mar tinsvillle Va has arrived here and will spend the holidays with her sister Mrs W E Gravely Miss Mae Magee left last week for her home in LancasterKra A J Pike and son Goebel are visiting Mrs Pikes daughter Mrs Robt H Hicks in Louisville Miss Dora Dickerson is numbered among our sick for this week Miss Florence Tanner of McKin ney is visiting her sister Mrs W K ShiigarsH H Hutcheson of SundayDont g to attend the big entertainment Christmas eve night in opera house over the bankMr and Mrs A A Albright of Lebanon Junction are spending a few days at the Al bright Hotel Ed Herrou of Evansville Ind is here to spend the holidaysW A Tyree our bos carpenter informs us that he wil have the new Baptist church completed by February 1st if the weather will permitMrs G W Brook pf Knoxville Term has arrive here and will remain with h er mother Mrs M E Wilmott unti after the holidaysRals Wilmott of Lebanon Junction is at horai sick of rheumatismJ R Cass is having erected s pair ot new scales on his coal yard which are the latest improved H L Tharr will again be found in his office af ter being off for over one mon th which time he spent at Crab Or chard PINE HILL Mr JamtsPoteet is very sid Cottongimd o e folks here Monday Miss Rose McFerron returned home Tuesda after a pleasant visit with her asst Mrs Childress of Livingston FredvMyers of Mt Vernon was pleasant visitor here Sunday Come again Fred Joe Southards and wi fe of Gatliff Tenn are here visiting the family of Hugh Honey cutt John McHargue went to Mt Vernon on business Monday Mrs James Morris of Mullins Station is here visiting her laughter Mrs Lucy Cottongira Elmer and Steve Carpenter of Lebanon Junction were with homefolks Jibe latter part of the weekWillie McHargue of East Bernstadt was with homefolks Saturday and Sun GritIfiuWiJllreturnday after an extended visit with her aunt Mrs Mary Hans l Joe Reams of Orlando was a pleasant caller here Sunday ThrewilJ he another box supper at thee schoolhouse next Tuesday night Every hotly invited IN MEMORY- Of Mr Fred Perciful son of Wil liam Perciful aged 21 years He was one of tbest young men li the county he said he was read andwilling to die He sang one o the most touching songs before he was taken sick and just before h died Christ is all in all He would look at his mother and say ves mother Christ is all in all Oh what a pleasure it is to us all o know that he was ready and willing to go I would ask all young men and especially his young companions to let this be an example for you all He leaves Father mother five sisters and two brothers to mourn their loss But our loss is heavens gainM W Tn the Circuit Court at Lexington Tuesday the cases against the Hargises and Ed Callahan charger with the murder of James Cock nh were continued to the next term as ns decision has yet ben handed down bv the Court of Appeals on the appeal taken by the Common wealths Attorney in these cases a ter the last trial over one year agC A vegetable corrective for the stomachs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in plain English on every bottle that is Cascasweet 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 DyspepsiaDigests TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO Qui NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E V Groves signature is on each box 25cts 8B 21BBB EB 8 M jjeiosin Outtidy m rRmte MillifielY m mmim This is a seasons endM wilingPfuj bemIDEARLY before the stock is broken M m Christmas is com m 0 andare presIments in e way KSmfm Mrs CLEO W DROWN m erMm YFRO KY m eal z Pl r 1 r Good Shoes+ + We Have ThemIWe Want to Sill ThunH iYouLeis Get Uf Taad- eStar Brands are being worn by more people todaythan any other shoes on the i market Over four j million people are walking on stars and r a great many of these four million people Jive rJ in Rockcastle county Your neighborisoneof them ask him about Star Brand Shoes and come have a look and be convinced that Star Brand Shoes Are Bet er1I Look for This Label on The Collar Y v t FITS Win Avwww WWW HiElDb IT1GUIDE When buying Clothing and A is a Shield against high prices and imperfections r Why experiment or buy a suit said to be as good when Shield Brand costs no more land I is guaranteed ISee our line o- fSouvenir Post Cards Fancy Xmas Cards 2 for 5cts I Japanese Wood Post Cards 5 cts each Fancy Comic 3 for 5 cts- FISHSI CASH STORE Church St Mt Vernon 1 E C DeWitt c Co of Chicago IIIat whose laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this remarkable digestant and corrective for the stomach conforms fully to tall provisions of the Naiionel Pure and Drug Law The Kodol lavatory iSH very arge one but if 1gesttcnithe virtures of Kodol it Loud he be impossible tor the manutactur erstokeepup with the demand Kodol is sold here by Chas C Dais The head ofa large carriage manufactory jays there willnot be enough hickory wood or oak timber in thei cmintry to make a wheelbarrow if our present ro Idi tions prevail Congress is io 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 oftheTsest 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 com mission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offers would entail a cost which we save to the Subscriber by asking each reader of this item to send a postal card for Sample Copies of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER and if so situ ated to do a little agency work dur ing the winter make application for agency It is a fact that THE EN QUIRER offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 500 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerWrite today to- Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio z RENT PAYS FOR THE LAND FERTILE SECTIONS OF T1IE SOUTHWEST WIIEIIE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR ry5IElt ACRE Ore of the remarkable things hunt lifstern Arkansas and North ern Louisiana is the fad lhat cijred land rents for j5 per acre cuh Hiid can he bought for 7 50 5t5 l er acre It costs 6 to Rio an ere to clear 1t Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high rentalvalue Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegtahles 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 rollingor hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit rowing Land is very cheap 5 to 810 im proved farms 10 15 to2a pfV acreThe new White Ri er country offers many opportunities for set tiers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can bebought as low as S3 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out a tocation De scriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri Pacific Iron 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 days with stopovers For descriptive literature time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND General Pass enger Ticket Agent St Lonis Mo KILL HE COUGH AND CURE THE LUflG S gsNl FOR CONsumPTION 50 IPrice and Quickest Cure for all ISurest and LUNG TROTTB Ir MONEY 1BACX i 141U STUCK ANI mtor ESTRAY There came to my place near Livingston Ky a small red heifer with white spot on left shoulder Owner can havecme by paying for this notice and her keeping GEORGE POYNTER dec 7tf Livingston Ky FOR SALEA pair of 8 sear old mules A splendid team and good condition Will sell cheap W F WARREN dec 721 Bromo Ky SVRAYED Come to my place on or about the 28th of Nov one black and white spotted male shoat weight about forty lbs Owner can have same by proving it and pay ing expensesJ B CUMMINS Level Green Ky G M Treadway sold to George Pitman a mare for I5 Win Arnold Sr bought of John Sowder one mare at good fi gnres The Crop reporting Board of the Department of Agriculture finds that the acedge ofwinter is over 12 per cent greater than that sown in the fall of igoa According to the secoad annual report of the British Cotton Growing Association the production of cottan grown under its auspices in 1906 is estimated at 20000 bales worth 1300000 whereas this in dustry was almost nonexistent four years ago in the colonies where the association has achie ed these results The Department of Agriculture estimates the total production of cottoa ill the United States for the preseut year at 6001727000 pounds equivalent to 12546000 bales of 560 pounds gross weight- E B Brown bought of Sa nuel Decker a span of mules for 375 C A Robinsou bought of Mr Tut tie a bunch of 800 pound cattle at 4 cents of Mark Goins 70 shoats at 5 cents He also bought of Bob Rout several hogs averaging 150 pounds for 5 30 per cwt Lancaster Record Col John Graham sold to Claud Rogers last week a bunch of ten hogs tha averaged 237 pounds at 570 per cwt These hogs were but seven months old and had been brought up to their weight on sweet milk nine gallons a day be ing given themMidway Clipper John S Robison bought 45 850 pound Cumberland county tecis Monday at 376cents J H Bonta sold W J Hanna 80 fat hog at 54cents Also sold John Gray a buachjof butcher cattle at 3 cents and sold the Kentucky Supply Company 60 Ons of clover bay at 10 per tonHarrodsburg Herald Dare Devil the most beautiful light harness horse in the world who only a few years ago cost Thos W Lawson 50000 was knocked in the dispersal sale ot the Dreamwold Stud last Monday for 9700 Mr Lawson disgust ed with the idea of the famous horse going at such a price im mediately wired Mr Ed A Tip ton to repurchase him if possible which be did his purchaser Mr Wm H Reid clearing 1300 on ihe deal a CASTO X Beua the Blgnaturt of A tZThe Rev John Quincy McAnter of Philadelphia was shot and prob ably fatally wounded by his daughter who says she did the shooting in defense of her mother LONG TENNESEE FIGHT For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal ca tarrh He writes The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Buck lens Arnica Salve to the s re sur face this caused the soreness and sweliing to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 2jc at all druggists FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is n beyond the reach of medl tI cine Take it at once not riskhavingBrights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 1 00 Bottles RKrU K UMT ITUTIt GHASr3 a DAVIS 1 IitMOWS THIS We offer Ole Hundred Dollars Reward fer any ease of Catarrh tlat cannot be cured by Halls Catarh Cure F JOHENEY CO ToleJo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years a id belu ve him perfectly honorable in all basinms trausac tions and financially able to carry HIlt any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinan Marvin Wholecale Druggists Tol edo Halls Catarrh Cine is taken internally acing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent frceJrice 75c bottle b all DruggIstsI The annual report of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General shows there are 639 rural free delivery routes in Kentucky It is a mistake to use a violent catharatic to open the bowels A gentle movement will accomplish the same resuU without causing distress or serious consequences later DeWitt IfittleyEarly Risers are recommended Sold by Chas DavisI NerveSick Ifweak wornout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion head ache neuralgia or periodic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force thatmakes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectly become sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores nerve strength and puts the power behind the or gans to do their work Almost three years I suffered from palpitationsleep with comfort or walk or talk without suffering Altogether I was in a bad condition My doctor did not Stem to do me any good I had tried no many remedies that I did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was tug e8ted by a friend I got relief dayaIbuthasnm very grateful because since I have stopped using it I have had absolutely no return of my old trouble FOnDGOyourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If it falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1 THE EaUHGED EDITIOH WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY usefulgoodusage f In Arrangement Each word be ticalExcels in Etymologies There are com trlCSultsofphilolog ilacesZcels is indiicateii by reselling wit ho diacritically marked used in the thc1public clear1eieorder in which the word lies acquired its I shades nnmr Mnnv nf lnfln turns are Excels Excels fllustratedIother uo much useful in thiihomequartorecentlybeen i the World and Biographical Die tionary have been completely rf I WTCommissioner of Education f FR EEATest in Pronunciation in struciive and entunaiuintr for the whole family Also illustrated pamphl- etSGCMERRIAMCO wEBstElts ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIG- NALSJijr AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY PROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest TICKEiS FIBT A0 MAY OFI I For Information and Rates Address HC KINGCPTk Ill E Main St Lcniiwtpa Zf W A QARRETT Central fllaaaser W C RlNEARSONQpAf iicinnttlf 1 jtI i ij4 ry i I tjSTED We whose names appear below uictl1 forbid any hutling ov tr jiiisin on our lauds and will proai JUt io uxont of law all panics guilty if same A Adams Iiaiuy Smith Jjiss W Mooe J H Winkler Joel Luueeford j Owens Mrs Sallie Prewitt lahargeIA 11 T Parcel W D Livesay W A FaWn Mrs Elza Cook Smith Hhbs- Hichard Uigsbj John Lear Lee Allen Mahavge John Leece Lair Livesay Livesay Davault Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watchand clock repairing Make your oldspec frames look like new Repair your gold arid silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly C FRANKLIN NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS Ve are pleased to announce thatI Foleys Honey and Tar for colds and lung troublee is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as contains no opiates other harmful drugs and we reccouiend safe rmtd children and adults Chis Davis Five Ier tile eu h1jn eel in collision between engine and tle Louisville tat passenjje train on the Illinois Ten rtlilailroao at the Piihicah Union sin ou A MIRACULOUS HIRE Th following statement by HM Adams and wife Henrietta Pa will interest parents and others itA mirac lIons cure has taken place in home Our child had eczema SVJTo awl uas pronounc ed incurable when we read about Electric Bitters and r1uoVd try it Before the second bottle was taken we noticed change tot the better and after taking hot ties he was completely cured Its the upto date blood medicine and bode building tonid Guaranteed SOC andi oo all druggists FoIiYD14iiCores THE ORgGGNALL- AXATIVE SYRUP For Coughs and assists In systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly other cough cures 1especiallycontaining Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains Opiates J J J U Adam J M S CotfeyI T B J B B F B s J J Cook S it or it as a IT L a light 0 ir o to a 7 at COUGH alt all are no H The Red Clover Bios somand the Honey Bee on every bottle KENNEDYS 11x1 iiV HON EYD TAR L O DeWITT is CO CHICAGO S A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchad FARM No 4U acres near rod head well fenced plenty goodwater good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 5500 A great bargain FARM NO 5Ho acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap nearFreedoma most desirable farm Pric j 2 a bargain FARM NO iTh cs 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 resi dences of eorge Hines anti George 75 acres of this land is bottom land and a good part of it is upland but level and is good farming land A bargain at3 poracre One third cash the balance in one and two- bears lr ir vr For Lung- Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years IA Made Also by 3 g Ayer Co ren Max qers SARSAPARILLAI We have no secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines IyersPIllsBEE LICK 0 Rev R E Todd filled his regu lar appointment at Bethel Sunda- yIJ M and M G QReynolds our merchants are having a splendid tradeMr Alec Proctor is still on the matrimonial list Corn gathering and hog killing is the order of the JayA birthday dinner ssasglven at Mrs Martin Owens Thursday last in honor of her 80 anniversary Wm Taylor has been visiting his brother Rob ert Taylor of near this plaeI Backache cold hands ard feet rheumatism and kindred ailmetns caused bv imuroper action of the nines S yield readily to a short tnttmtnt or DeWitts Kid rev and ddtr Pills Thev quickly drive be pions from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treat niptt for 2oc Recommended and sold by Chas 0 Davis Practically alltite insurance com panies having risks in the socalled trust tobacco plants have cancelled the policies in the Western part of Kentucky by telegraph and no more will be issued until the present disturbance subsides Got Beckham has offered a re ward for the arrest of Ion Brown charged w h shooting Poli ema Hairy Miller at Lawrencebur j Two companions of Browi hapI been arr ste chargedwith com pliciin the shootidg Mllers still alive NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY- J B Waterman of Wutertown O Rural free Delivery wiites h My daughter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for oer two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonic pills on earth 250 at all druggists New Service VI- AFleildersoll Route Trains 140 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOt ISVILLE AND EVANSVILLESl- eepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain in until 7 30 a m We respectfully solicit your patronage L J IU1VING- ENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUISVILLE KY Brocthead Marble Work BROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager ff= 11MPG 11 ItewarI Iron i IHlMI llllltit Fence lf ICheapcrthan 11twARrRON4MPAY1 CINCINNATI O Ore 07ealohse 1 ISPIRO iRev Reuben Hurlev has return led home from Jckson c utity where lie has been holding a meet for several days With thirteen ad dnionsW H Owens G W brown abd Sam Sayers attended church at Brodhead Sunday Free dom school is progessing nicely with a large attendanceA large crowd attended the singing at Rev P urlays Sunday nJght Misses Martha McKinney and Mattie Ow tots visited Miss Pearl Bray of near Wabd Sunday anti attended church at Skeggs CreekMrs Sarah Sowder is quite sick at this writ ting J W Mink and wife attend ed church at Providence Sunday Miss s Alza and Socia Wells visited r latives at Walnut Grove Saturday and SundayH G Owens VSJMiss DoanIeeralJackson county are visiting the family of Rev Hurley this week Dock Owens went to Brodhead Monday on business Wesley Ow ens who has been sick for the past few weeks is improving W H Owens our hustling merchant has just received a full line of groceriesI Rev Reuben Hurley at the Cummins school hinse Sun day at 11 oclock A WESTERN WONDER Theres a Hill at Bowie Texas thats twice as big as last yetr This wonder is W L Hillwb Jrom a weight of 9 pounds has grown to over 180 He sa siiIsuffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of con sumption I was reducedf 01 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery tor Jon Coughs und Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more ihan doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by all druggists SOC and iooj Trial bottle free Out of respect to the memory of the late Samuel Spence former Prosident of the Southern Railway the Queen and Crescent Route tilE1 Southern and the M 0ictopped all traffic for five minutes during the dt ceaseds c funeralIBears the d iJYS After being uncon ctous five days as the result of injuries received in a runaway accident Miss Maude Cantrell of Grtensburelhas been operated on at Lebanon sue cess fully and is reported on the road to recovery Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new Laxative stimulates hut does not irritate It is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Chas C Davis W A OARSON Painter WALL MYERSPaperh ETC Let usmake on work before All M L DentistMt S FirstClass Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given io collections Phone No 80 iC MeCL tRY 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