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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Friday1nuui vnnn IVOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DEC mil 1906 NUMBER 33 L t BUJ I atoeafoociec i XfIj Wantji re r J The sweet throated song 1 ster who sang and started they f popular song now going the rounds I want what I want when I want it clearly expressed my views of my customers You want What you Vanl when you want it Now is the time you want Good Solid Heavy Stylish winter goods f Heavy Overcoats Suits LadiesjLong tors Shawls Overshoes and everything suitable to the iseason in all lines DECEMBER The Mer e5fII Monfh of The rii I shalloffer the greatest line of Goliday Goods ever shown in this country f The Keynote toy if My Success is giving the people what they l want when they want it at prices that are never matched I A few more Old Hickory Wagons atalow pricEAnd remember the good old unmatchable W L Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats Kwality FKQiints Clothing tam not dead but buried r all because I supply my customers with whatj theywant when they want it px t U i =6 tit r t 1ttjfAL if It j IL 2 2ip t t h Jti WAGERED SHE WAS UNAFRAID When a Neighbor Tried To Scare Her He Was Shot To Death Inez KyMrs Julia Booth lirlng on Big Elk creek was lodged in jail at this place charged with the mur der of Eaau Harris their next door neighbor Young Harris and William Booth it id stated were the beat of friends Harris accepted an Invitation to spend the night with Booth While sitting around the hearthstone Mrs Booth raised the question of cow ardice and sold that before she would run she would blow a mans head off Her husband told her that she could be frightened until she would throw her gun down and outrun a steam engine The argument progressed until Mrs Booth wagered her ofW against 25 with her husband that she would not run Booth it is said persuaded Harris to feign going hnivu and return about 1 oclock in the morning and test the matter Harris consented and on returning rappel at the door Mrs Booth woke her hus band and ho refused to get up She then asked Harris his name and what he wanted Harris toll her It was none of her business and if she did not open the door he would break it down Mrs Booth it is said arose from the bed and without dressing procured a doublebarreled shotgun and emptied both barrels into Harris head killing him instantly When asked if she was frightened when Har ris was at the door she replied that she was not so easily scared as some people imagined she was GRANDSON AND OLD MAN Were Riding Together When Hit B- yTrainBoth Killed Owensbpro KoR L Atherton armIandAtherton were killed on a grada crossing by a Louisville Henderson St Louis passenger train The acci dent occurred just west of Owensboro The train was running 40 minutes lato and was rounding a curve ata high rate of speed Atherton end his grandson were in a road wagon end the horses had just cleared the track When train rounded the curve it was too lataI wagollwasa pond of water The top of the boys head was cut off and he was knockeJ about 75 feet Atherton was a ie spected farmer and fa survived by a widow and 10 children Important Tax Ca ehUp Newport KyTae suit of the dis trict of the Highlands against the City of Covington in which a receiver is waterworJ81wasdistrict is seeking to recover taxes on the waterworks plant to the amount of 2337 Death Sentence Affirmed Frankfort KyThe court cf a peals affirmed two death sentences one against Jesse Fitzgerald for the murder of Mrs Broughton and Ben Huffaker of Pulaski county who was serving a life sentence in the Eddy vile prison for killing another con victILexington KyA sensation was created at a city ticket office of one of the railroads entering the city when presentedticket to Cincinnati The agent refused to honor the request State Printing Commissions Report Paducah KyThe state printing commission took up the report of the subcommittee John Hendricks democratic nominee for attorney gen opInionasbill should contain a maximum price Home For Widows and OrphansI Louisville KyThe district depu ties of the Kentucky Grand Lodge o K of P met here Among the sub jects discussed were the Pythian home at Lexington for widows and orphans and the number of new lodges which had been establishedIJackson a a both the middle and north forks of the Kentucky river There Is an 18 foot rifle at Jackson The riverme- are having great difficulty In takIn care of the logs and the tide was unexpected As Special Judge Frankfort KyGov Beckham ap pointed James Garnett jr of Colum Whltleyicircuit tor Coal Co against ManningIHe Is An Covington KyThe colored man who was arrested u a tool thief and who gave the name of Wm Jackson was Identified as Willis Thornton Kit q served two terms In the lYaakfortptnt itentlary and who Ss now wanted at Lexington on a chars of shooting Mererln Kentucky Georgetown KyThe Farmers bank and the Deposit Bank and Trust of this city eyed contracts of con- soldaUoo under the tills of Farmers Bank and Trust Go of Gteorcefown The capital tock wfll bo 1110000 r Open the bowels and get the coM Kennedylaxative 5 bowels arid at the same tune allays the inflamttoh of the mucous me brat es Contains Honey and Tar Drives put the cold and stops tit cVugh Absolutely frie from any opiates Conforms to th National PureJ oodand Drug La gles anttt SOld bCha CDa His STORY TOUCHED STRANGER Furnished Money For Eccentric Char acter To Appeal His Case Lexington KyW R Reyman who was accused soveralmonths ago of havlnj set fire to the barn of Solomon Vanmeter In this county and giv en six years in this pealteijtiary here for his second trial with wit nesses who he says will establish ti complete alit for him They an Charles Mathias and his 14yearolr laughter Florence of Renner street Cincinnati They say Reyman was a their home at the time he k accuse of having burned the barn Reymar owned a handmade wooden bicycle and It was the tracks of a bicycle rN den up close to the burned buildini that led the jury to believe Reymar guilty the tracks having been scribed as unlike those made by common machine A man has bee found however who says he rode bicycle to the very place where th tracks were seen and from tiiat poll watched the fire Reyman is a strang character Nothing ie known of h early history or of his family He hi traveled throughout the world an says this is his first trouble stranger touched by his peculiar a pearance and his story furnished tli money with which to appeal the cast TRACTION PROJECT To Extend To and Revive Big Bon Springs Progressing Covington Ky Moneyed men Boone coanty and Erlanger Kentc county Ky are Interesting thei selves in an independent traction Hn Subscriptions for stock are in circa lation The line in quaatlon will cot nect with tho C N C at Erlangc as soon as the extension of that lir his been completed It is claimed n delay will be met with the latter e tension as the property owners alon the Lexington pike will give the C C the right of way James Erns the president of the traction compan has informed the promoters that will survey the extension and get o the blue prints as soon as the weatht line will touch the Erlangt ballItto revive the Big Boua Springs within its days was famous as a wateriu place all over the country For Sheriffs and Clerks Frankfort KyIn response to a rr quest from Auditor Hager a rulln was made by Attorney General Ha as to what fees are to be allow sheriffs ant county clerks for Issuli warrants for and eoHecJzijrlolJnquer taxes on real and personal propert He holds that sheriffs are entitled six per cent on the first 300 an three per cent on all amounts afU that county clerks are entitled t cents fo risaaing warrants for d linquent taxes for recording such ta sales one cent for each 10 words cents for recording release on re Jea lion and 10 cents for indetlu eac- name against whom tax warrants i issuedStage of Nine Feet Wanted Louisville Ky Members of th Ohio river beard which has in charg the improvement of the Ohio rive meet In the oflce of Capt Bar 1wHI at the custom house The re purpose of the conference is to coi sider a plan to make a stage of nil feet possible at all times in the Ohi river Want Lower Proof Louisville Ky There Is a strong movement among distillers and recti fiers throughout the state to obtain the entrance cf all whLskies Into bond at 90 per cent proof so as to bring the standard set forth by the pure food regulations and the present internal revenue standard on the same basis Broken Rail Wrecks Train Versailles KyA northbound train on the Georgetown branch of the Southern railroad was wrecked by a rolledtdown an embankment and turned over Six passengers were Injured LocksIlum- bermen who in regard to appropriations for additional locks on the Kentucky hnwould ask for 1000000 iShot Through His Coat Tail Owlngsville KYIU the meat shop of C A Reed a fight occurred between teed and Dick Cross who was trying to make a settlement Cross stabbed teed In the breast Reed shot at Cross twice one bullet going through the tail of his coat Wight Exonerated Newport KyWm J Wight eng leer in the fire department who has teen charged with converting to Ms jwn use money collected by him while he gas boiler Inspector was ex onerated by the police and Ire corn missioners Rose Eight Feet Frankfort KyTile Kentucky river here has risen over eight feet Ames sago was received by the Bellepolnt Lumber Co that over 20GO logs owns d by it had broken loose and were corn down the river Ifni IMillion of bottles of Foley Honey and Tar have been sold eeanto3 Honeeand ar in the iyelJowpacktige- containsnoopiatesC r rni- fill drugs Qivr J b tefuthj anyJut f jf- t J JJj rL Established 1887 p1iIi 7 a With each purchase of 500 Worth of Xmas Presents I will give to the purchaser ONE FREE TICKET TO THE Xmas Tree and Entertainment- DECEMBER 24 1906 I have on hands one of the nicest selections o- fCHRISTMAS PRESENTS- For young and old rich or poor that was ever brought to BrodheadCall for Xmas Presents A c H FRITH Brodhead Kentucky C1earance SaO- F e i9 Ladies and CMfdrens CLOAKS We have a large stock of these Cloaks t which we will sell at a greatly reduced price f as we do not want to carry them over next r season and in order to dispose of them to r make room for other goods we will sell them Jfor cost and less I t See Our Line of Fine Umbrellas For Christmas Presents CALICOES Now is the time to buy your 7 Calicoes 5 cent Calicoes at 4 cent i 6 14 cent Calicoes at 5cents s FKRUEGERSON 1- L b r1J tJ l i jd MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Dec 21 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known O1l application WITH an annual deficit of over 15000000 in the postal revenues a reform is imperative But where shall the ax fall The Government in its postal fraud investigaI tions revealed the fact 000000 was stolen each year by the railroads from the postoffices of the country this with the various swindles intbe weighing and the abnormal high rates fur the rental of postal cars would net an enormous sum which would more than make up for any loss in the department caused by the free rural routes Yet with all this g aft and fraud in existence Third Assistant PostmasterGeneral Mad den says the blow should fall on the second class matter the period icals and newspapers that the present postal rate of one cent hould be increased to four cents a pound This would mean the total auhiliation of many a good pa per and the rate of subscription would necessarily be raised The newspapers are the greatest aids to the Post office Department By actual proof and test the newspaper augments the firstclass mat ter more that any other thing A merchant testifies that from a single insertion of an advertise ment in a certain periodical he re ceived 3466 replies these with first answers and followup letters net on firstclass postage 110912 Notwithstanding this however and all the 30000000 or more lost due to swindles the blow accord tug to Mr Madden should fall on the publisher Is it just THE OMAHA man worth 100 000 who killed himself for fear of poverty was from the face of the facts evidently not a weekly news paperpublisher for such pore rt y is never theirs- POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Hon A T Siler of Williams burg has authorized the statement that is he a candidate for reelection to the office of Railroad Com missioner of Kentucky- In a statement given out at Granville Texas Monday Senator Bailey claims he will be sent back to Washington by at least 116 out of 163 votes in the Texas Legislature on joint ballot Senator McCreary attended the brilliant banquet given at the New Willard last week by the National Geographical Society During the holiday recess of Congress the Senator will accompany his wife to De Land Fla where Mrs Mc Creary will spend the remaining of the winterWashington Post The Democratic State Executive and State Central Committees will meet this week for the transactio of important party duties The Ex ecutive Committee will make final settlement with the claimants and candidates of the late primary The Central Committee will prob ably make choice of a Chairman and Secretary of the State Cam paign Committee for service next year Among those spoken of are Judge Henry B Hines and Judge Eli H Brown Jr for Chairman Gen Percy Haly has declined to serve as Chairman MIDWINTER GATHERING OF OF KENTUCKY EDITORS Programme Annouced For the Two Days Session at The Seel bach in Louisville All arrangements have now been perfected for the midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Associ ation which is to be held in the city of Louisville Friday and Saturday December 28 and 29 Headquarters will beat the Seelbach On Friday night after regimental drill and other military diversions at the Armory in honor of the visitors the officers of the First Regi niche wilt entertain withabuffet luncheon Ht Seelbach to which not only theieditors are cordially j debtxtthekouorary spew ens f fte or the regiment as wcu as tale ucu hers of the Fiscal 1tThe following Unstops pro gramme has been nnnouncedI FRIDAY i PaperA Popular Content as n Circulation Builder Judge John H Westover Owen ton Democrat Paper Handling the Daily News George A Newman Louisville Herald PaperRubbing the Bump Sam Stairs Dover News Round TableUps and Downs of the Past Year Conducted by R W Brown Louis ville Times SATURDAY DEC 29 930 A M PaperAdvertising and News WhichITroubles Ella Hutcheson Ellwanger Frank fort State Journal PaperA Crack at Creation II John J Barry New Haven Echo Reports of Progress of District Leagues By Officers of the Same BEREA COLLEGE t OPENS WINTER TERM JAN 1907 Berea College is the old time friend of the mountains President Roosevelt says Berea has done more for the mountains than any other institution Any one who visits Berea will see that this is so And any one who visits the homes of those who have attended Berea will see that it is so When a young man or young lady leaves home to attend school it is the part of wisdom to go to the best school even if it is a little farther away Those who go to Bereaand hundteds are going will make no mistake There is the best training for teachers such as will enable them to get highgrade certificates and also to actually teach highgrade schools There is the best of true Academy and Collegiate work with scientific apparatus and a li brary of 2400 books And there is instruction in the practical things as well The advantages in music alone are worth a journey to Berea INo small item is the chance to get acquainted with so many of the best yonng people from all the counties of Kentucky and from other states The Secretary Mr Will C Gamble will be glad to send full information about the numerous departments of this great school BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The recital has been postpones till January 4th because of the pre railing colds and sore throats- PROGRAM I Christmas Car o arranged from Beethoven Junior Chorus 2 Welsh SonHarkafar the Bugle sounding Jas MacDonald 3 Sketch of the life of Beethoven Tas MacDonald 4 PianoSoloTheme with six variations Beethoven 5 Male Quartette Soldiers Farewell 6 Brief sketchof Bolfe and his music Jas MacDonald 7 Gipsy Quartette from Bohemian Girl II Bolfe Mixed Quartette 8 Piano DuettA May Day Rathbeen Misses Cora Griffin and Maude Guthrie 9 Song Killarney Bolfe Jas MacDonald 10 Christmas ChorusHoly Night Ferman t Melody Senior Chorus School closes today for the Christmas holidays It opens on Wednesday January and 1907 The usual teachers reviews will be given beginning January 2nd Miss Tavlor Miss Adams Miss Sisson and Miss Richards will have charge of these W Japrominent Virginia sportsman was killed by the brothers of his bride ofa day while attempting to leave the house where he stayed on his wedding night The Illinois Central railroad has arranged Mith a steamship com panyto land at New Orleans o c each month a steamer loaded with immigrants from a foreign couu try l 3l Ji arAyli AIkc PwiE1tfrflr-r 4p 111 n he QjJy e use for buying anything but= L it r a Pare Gape Lreai of 1 Miar Bakmg t 3aieave a I ROYAL costs you a few cents more percan than Alum or Phosphate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference v to inJjuriousvW effects of thec cheapening substitutes JCotalnued use of Alum means permsnentinJury to health V Avoid Alum Ailments Say plainly ROYAL BAKING1 4POWDERrr a uuu B RODI1EA n Miss Ada Wesley of Liberty is here to spend Christmas with her grandmother Mrs Molle S Dur hamMrs G W Brooks his re turned to her home in Knoxville Tenn after spending two weeks here visiting her many friends and relatives We are glad to say thatI B R Wilmot and G S Durham are both able to be out again after being confined to their rooms for over a week O A Frith who has a very lucrative position with the St Louis Terminal tR R Co spet1dIand Willie Benton will arrive to night to spend the holidays with homefolksEmmet Smith DCash at ier of the Williahurg Itauking Co Willisburg was here Tuesday and WednesdayA C McClary was in Russeiville Lebanon Junc tion and Louisville first Hof the week Mrs Charolette Jarret has returned to her home after spend ing two years in New Mexico and Colorado The meeting at the Christian church closed last Sunday night with ten additions It was a good meeting and Rev Masters is to be congratnled J E Walliu of Somerset is spending a few days with his familyW C Swintbrd was in from Lebanon to spend last Sunday here with his amilyTlie Rockcastle Medical Society met here Wednesday in the Frith Hotel The Doctors attending from a distance were Dr T J Wesley of Middleburg and Jr Jene Brown of Stanford All present report it to be the best meeting held since the organiza tion of the Society r QUAIL Mrs Cy Owens is numbered among the sick at this writing Master Lewis Proctor who has been very sick is better at thi- sIlssneH1rns on Broughton is visi relatives at Lily has been confined to his room for several days with a sore leg Mrs David Adams is much improved Mrs George Tavlor remains very sickEdwardT- aylor has completed his new dwelling Mrs Scott has re turned from Indiana to make her future home here IIn Pike county Eliza Danies shot and probably fatally vounded her cousin Bud McCoy a member of the TatnousTvIcCoy family offend fame The woman clams she shot in selfdefense after McCoy had fired at her with arifle Brig Gen Arthur Murray Chief of Artillerycalls the atten tion in his annual report to the de fiicienc yin men and material of the United Sates coast an field artillery saying years are needed to prepare them for war CASTOfflAFor The BollgelfaBears tiia- ticiaatnu of JJ Ejt j Jwt r NEWS ITEMS Carrie Nation has written a let ter to Gov Beckham on the temp erance question Louis Thomas shot and killed his sweetheart to whom he was toe married on December 19 and then killed himself at Franklin Ala Riving as a reason in a note which he left that he would not be able to support her A cavaliy charge was necessary to beat back demonstrators who gathered in Rome Monday to express sympathy for France in her attitude toward the Catholic Church The whole garrison was called out and all approaches to the Vatican were caretully guarded Itchiugj Protrud i FOOTPRINTS ON SANDS OFTIE New York unJ oblivion shall shroud Love and pomp and Dancing slippers will not leave Prints tell their story Then forgot wiped out shall bP All the long procession And the red moccasin Will not leave impression When the countless roll On Times vast spaces Iron heels ofconquerors Will left traces But when all of these are gone and care bemocking will the footprints left By the Christmas stocking 000060000 OO OO O OOOOOO 0oA Boston schoolboy was tall weak and sickly 0 flabbyIHe 0 0 0entire body 0 SThephysician who hadattended at- Qa the family for thirty years prescribed 0Scoft f Emulsion 0 0NOW 0a feel that boys arm you 0 would think he was apprenticed to a t blacksmith 0- POO ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 9 OOOO OOOO LEUr8Ln1IIThe ffiarua Bgliiwaslit repeating world ands the gun madder alt same up to acee and The 7llorbi7 16 ii aa exact of Tflarun 12 11Smowalnut and all put by expert experienced you are a f quailwoodcock grouse sqcitre need gun Send in for catalogue de in the whole JRarfin line of and rifts ZTre7J1arIbzJirefrms Ca 42 Willow St New Haven Conn 1EADPBTEHS M M l FiJAZIER POST No 127 G A R The members of the M M Frazier Post No 127 G A R hereby notified that tne Post will meet at the Court House in Mt Vernon Ky Dec 22 1906 at ic oclock tn of tile dues amounting to 45 cts for each member will be due at that time Lunch will be served by the Quartermaster The election of officers for the will take place on this day also the stallation of the officers Prof L V Dodge of Berea hai been iuaited to conduct the services which will be open to the public Memorial services in of our therafternooupD P JOHNSONAdjutant W T SMITH Quartermaster A GAURANTEBD CuRE FOR PILES Blind Weeding ing Piles Druggists are autboriz ed to refund money if PAZO OiNTv Mr3NTfails t 14 days 5oc THE When glory to mans ages have no Time Fresh be 4tit 4 To o O il1teon1y the loreend eoibtng are lUlance 1807 ain 6to II lIt LEST YOU FORGETI 1Jt1llat we are the leading merchant of Eoekcastle tiJcounty come see our new line of UpToDate Cloth swell1l nla pair and see ijOUI Dry Goods line is yourselfIas you necer saw before in dress t and they are pefectly u1to 1astonishing givingstylIshi pleasant daywith us it AUCIHIATT1- HIATT KENTUCKY MtiL1MNWr VV qHINMfMI ra35 bWJ a JONAS McKENZIE IICOM = OME I E invite all to come and I IqCLOTHING allIVe carrrya full line of Clothing that will suit sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours wry truly Phone No 83 JONAS 3V2cKEft2ZIE i JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small wo mattter how large THE BAN of MT ERN0BU will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or inortf 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 W L RICHARDS A B Asst Cash A NEW BOOK iITHE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE of KENT KYJIIII 1111ofThis the first and only pnbIIIlihed IIandHe has the book into ten IIThevcIondaryof is ably s ussediSold in loyal read this book 16tullpalehandsomelybuundgold I 150 Postpaid For saie fiy the VERNON SIGNAL- MTIII VERNON I la ooWl aobs account divided which Copies Every should KY ttttttttitfttttttttttttttt J3 UNDERTAKER 2 3FUNERALs Mt Ky 2 Lock Van furnish on short no ==tice Metalic and Caskets and have Embalming = 3lTM = 111111111111111111111111 111111111111111IJflIII111111111111jJIJI111111111rj tj1oCure a Cold in One Day Tae DVe Bromo Quinine Tomla This u r Cashier FURNISH 1000 Kentuckian Price MT Willis Griffin PRACTICAL Vernon impiete Coffins J e in 1Twe on Ibox25c j MI VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Dec 21 1906 l9 Cart up No 79 whenyort wnat to Commuutonto with SIGNAL ze IITIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p1l1 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postofficf as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL lOvie Hansel is very sick with typhoid fever Judge R G Williams will spend Christmas with homefolks here W H Shinies of Stanford wa a visitor here Monday and Tues dayAtty J Mo t Rothwell wS here from Lancaster Saturday on busi nessWin Baker is here from Okla homa on a visit to his father H H BakerMrs R Hansel is spending the week with the family of Mr Z T Hamel Shirley Tate is visiting his uncle Mr Dudd Wallen of near Crab Orchard Tillman Griffin is here from St Louis mingling with his many friends and relatives Miss Linda Ballard is visiting her brother Supt G M Ballard on Newcombe Avenue Atty Robert Harding of the Danville Bar was here on legal business Friday and Saturday- J W Baker the Livingston merchant spent Monday with his son U G Baker at this place Commonwealths Attorney J N Sharp and wife are here this week at the home of Mr Willis Adams Cashier Walter G Smith of Summesville will spend Sunday with his many friends at this place Minor F Fish left Monday for Asheville N C where he will remain several months for his health Will Rowe who has been clerk ing tor U G Baker for the last few months is very low with typhoid feverB F Sutton will move to Level Green the first of the year to take charge oi the store cf C D Sutton BroD who for several weeks has been working is Cincinnati has returned to his home near townMiss Marguerite Fish has return ed from months visit to her grandmother at Fountain Head 1 enn Dan Roach stenographer for C C Williams spent from Friday to Monday with his parents in Man Risse Williams is expected home Saturday from Cincinnati where for the past few months she has been attending the College of MusicMr McLemore and family of Laurel county have moved into their new home recently purchased of Marshal Smith on Richmond AvenueWe glad to annouce that after January 1St C D Sutton will again become a resident of our town He will resume his old position as head clerk for U G Baker Atty J F Johnston of Frank fort who occupied the bench here at the last special term of Court in September was here the latter part oklast week onlegal matters Doctors A G Lovell S C Davis W H Laswell S W Adkins and D B Southards attended the meeting ot the Rockcastle Medical Association at Brodhead Wednes dayWaltes Hunt who has been lo cated at Louisville for the past six months is very ill at his home inI Maretburg of typhoid pneumonia As the latest report indicates his recovery is very doubtful R B Halcher took the train here Wednesday for Lebanon Junc tion to see hisson who is down again with typhoid fever Young Mr Hatcher had a very severe at tack during the summer and got gut to work too early T a i Mrs Riley Rash has been very sick for the last week A number of Brodhead people have been attending Court here this week Mrs B J Bethurum of Somer set is expected today on a visit to her sisters Cashier Herndon Hutcheson of Kirksville was the guest of his sister Mrs M B Salin Mr and Mrs C S Niel were on Sundays train enroute from Louis ville to their home at Grays Mrs Alice Tate and Mrs Jim Griffim are visiting their mother Mrs Wallen near Brodhead Miss Nellie Ballard arrived from Cooksbure Wednesday on a visit to her brother G M Ballard Mrs Jim Gentry and child of St Louis arrived Sundav for a visit to Mr and Mrs H C Gentry Judge Alcorn of Stanford at d Judge Brown of London were among the visiting attorneys here this week Miss Mamie Jones who has been teaching at Barbourville is spend ing the holidays with her mother Mrs J M Jones LOCAL Boru to the wife of Perry Burkt a fine boy baby- Remember the entertainment at the college has been postponed to Jan h 1907 FOR SALEA stalk field about 40 Acres deci42t S H MARTIN J W Casper is here this vtetk organizing a local camp of the Modern o dt en of America W J Sparks bas purchased the interests of Dr J M Williams in the stone quarries in which they were co partners in Tennessee TIMELY GIFTThe MOUNT VERNON SIGNAL for one year for 100 A constant reminder of your thoughtfulness coming fifty two times a vear C D Sutton the hustling mer chant of Level Green has an nouced a special sale for the next few weeks to reduce his large stock of merchandise Hows THIS We make 36 pictures for 50 cents 12 for 25 cts KELLY BURTAN Over Peoples Bank Mt Vernon Ky The Town Trustees have let the contract for grading macadamizing and screening that portion o Main street lying west of Rich mond street to railroad crossing a much needed improvement The Richmond Register which belonged to the estate of the late R W Miller was sold Saturday to Thomas Ptckels the present ed itor who will continue the publi cation ot the paperRichmond Pautagraph You often hear of Jeingtlbe tween two fires Thats nothing The average man has so many fires built around him that if he were between only two fires he would decide the world is getting easy on himExCH- RISTMAS CROWDS The ba zaar at Mrs Browns whichwas opened on last Saturday has proved quite a success Large crowds have attended each day audal1 were well pleased with the prell selection of holiday gifts SCHOOL CLOSEson last Friday afternoon with appropriate ex ercises the public school of this place closed its term for the year 1906 The teachers Mrs G M Ballard and Miss Maggie Hansel have given the utmost satisfaction both to the pupils and the parents a thing rarely accomplished A couple of promoters were here the latter part of last week looking over the fire clay which is to be found in large quanities east ot town Mr Hoblitzell one of the most prominent capitalists and promoters in Eastern Kentucky expressed his views very favorable as to the prospects for developing the raw material in this county STOLENOn last Saturday night a horse thief stole from the farm of Jonas Brown of near Mar etbtig one good horse This is the first time in a number of years that horse thieves haveenterer this county Sherif R L McFerron withhis sual prtiLss is hot on the trail of theflwW r Mrton has sent letheeiffs of all the net oun and the arrest ofi s petteda 1RAr For quick results try our local ads The Grand Jurors seem to have been the only ones to have done business this Ccurt XMAS SHOPPERS Remember that a nice line of Christmas Toys Candies Fruits and the necessa saries for the mous Pound Cake are to found in Mt Vernon Miss KATE MOORES aiILosTMiss Frances Sparks Wednesday lost somewhere on the streets of Mt Vernon a small gold watch open face monogram F E- onS back and a brown silk ribbon fob attached Anv one finding same will please return to her or to this office and receive reward CHRISTMAS TREE The union Christmas tree of the Baptist aud Christian Sunday Schools will be held at the Court House on nex Monday evening Dec 24 The house will be open atlip m tiT receiving presents but the doors will positively not be open to the public until 7 oclock p m sharp NEW DEPUTY Wade Livesay las been appointed a deputy sher iiI of this count by Sheriff R L McFerron Mr McFerron found that although with three deputies already he could not owing to the large number of delinquent tax payers properly see lo all his business In Mr Livesay he has chos en a man well qualified for the place and one who will perform his duty no matter whom it hurts XMAS Only two more days in which to make your purchases for Christmas Remember that I am prepared to furnish you all kinds of things for Christmas gifts A few snggestions a laundry bag or glove case for the gentleman sofa pillow or trinket box for the young lady a nice work basket for the matron Many timely presents MRS CLEO W BROWN Mt Vernon Ky PIKE COMPLETED J W Rider has completed the pike across the old town hill It is a great im provement The teamsters can now haul any of their loads over this road without having to call the help of other teams to pull them out of the mud and instead of having to suspense with their coal hauling during certain months of the winter the hauling can now be kept up incessantly for the en tire twelve months of the year Very little has been done in Cir cuit Court this term not a single 3fon- the charge of murder was reduced to i ooo The cases against Will McClure and the one against Val ter Delaney were dismissed The Lease of T J Hilton etc against J D Hamm admr of the estate of Martin Hilton was tried Wednesday and was argued before Yesterdaytheagainst the New Livingston Coal Co occupied the entire time of the CourtENGLISHTONESOu Wednes day November 28tbat 9 oclock a m Miss Elizabeth English oi New Haven Conn and Mr Wit liam O Jones of New York wete Presbyteriaschurchof New Haven Conn The groom is a son of Mrs J M of this place he was bor ledand attendinya years the schoo here About ten years ago he went out West and afterwards en tered the United States Navy from which he resigned after serving hisI full term of enlistment For over a year now he has been connected with the New York police force Mr Jones has many friends in this county who all congratulate him The first semester of the 1906 1907 session of the Brown Men morial School closes today The school is in a flourishing condition with a remarkable good attendance The standing of this institute as an elevating and up building factor ia the education of the county is rapidly increasing More prominent today than yesteryear and the prospects of being still more prom inent in the future The curicu lum is well arranged and adapted to the special needs and requjrments t of its students When onegradu ates here if that one desires to el terlCOllelte e finds himself w prea ed t nter on his course studi igher and more aa vane that one does of k he is well ess educa 7 V IYou can pick the upto date and merchant by his adver tising G T Johnson will in tallan electric light plant for lighting his store room If the calculations of the Town Trustees are carried out Mt Ver non will have every road and street within its limits macadamized in side cf three vear Win AruoJci pas sold his livery and feed stable to Shirley Fuqua Mr Elkin will a move to town at once and take the stable under his direct management H R Franklin Photographer who recectly came here and rentEdI rooms over the Peoples arrested t dav and placed in jail charged with stealing a watch from the home of J essa Proctor of near Wildie In the suit of Mrs Kittie Wood against the New Livingston Coal Co for 5000 the Judge gave premptory instruction and the case did not go to the jurv Her son Ed Elkins was killed while at work in the mines NEW HOTELFor some time there has been talk of a new hotel here At last this plan has taken some tooting The scheme to build a large concrete building for this purpose is hacked by some of the most promioeut andi nfiuential business men of the town and in ill probability Mt Vernon will in the near future be able to boast of a large and handsome new hotel A vegetable corrective for the stomachs of babies andchildren with the name of each ingredient in plain English on every bottle that is Jascasweet 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 GORE COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2 5 cts OASTORXABears Signature of Atha BBB a1a9s298BSw PHOTOS m liwtt1 NIEmWteed mrnw t11tHWBB a P3Ba9a9 asE8 lwfatM t Out m f2 idl yntir 10t WInfalKtJte1 Everything m i Goesl mmisisale and everything willMs entiremmstock soldat cost COMEM DEARLY before the stock bf lis broken CI11YStrriaS is com ming and areyoum qnts making those presiI SILKSMrs t Mff var II Vt + b t Good oesI W 4 t M+ I We Have Them IWeWant to Sell Them You Need Them ILets Get Up A Trade IStar Brands are worn by more people todaythan any other shoes on the market Over four lreIa great many of these four million people live in Rockcastle county Your neighborisoneof them ask him about Star Brand Shos and al1dIbeI ter I Look for This Label on The CcTar rvvvvvHIElD B I WEARS Willi ITS A SAFE GUIDE When buying Clothing and is a Shield against high prices and imperfections Vhy experiment or buy a suit said to be as goodwhen Shield Brand costs no morem and is guaranteed I See ourline o- fSouvenir Post Cards Japanese Wood Post Cards 5cts each I Fancy Comic 3 far 5 tics Li FIH 9 oJ A S 1rIir J1 Ch u rc SfiMt Vrn orrf 4i IIBEE LICK 0 W T Taylor is doing some car ReynoldsIyear Morris Taylor spent Satur ofIhealth at this writing Morris Taylor is agent for the Columbus Card Company Rev J L Davis filled his regu lar appointment at Providence Sunday with a large attendance Mr Bogue Brown and Dr Eugene Brown of Stanford are in this sec tion bird hunting George and W D Thompson are fixing to put up goods on the Somerset road Mr J M Lewis Lewis and family are visiting Mr Tom Prices in Lincoln Qcounty Ottie Delaney and his little sister have been visiting their grandparents in Row landMiss Lilia Scott has just re uirned from Indiana to make this her l1omeVare expecting a wedding here in the near future Miss Allie Taylor and Mr Josh Brown being the engaged couple Elbert Elder has returned from SomersetMr Scott is still on the sick list People are about through gathering corn in this sec tion Schools will all soon close and the teachers can then get a much needed rest a The Court of Appeals on Friday decided that Circuit Court cannot je held at Middlesboro because that town is less than twelve miles from Pineville and legislative acts declare that the largest town must be over twelve miles from the county eatE C DeWitt Co of Chicago Ill ot whose laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this re markable digestant nd corrective for the stomach conforms fully to ill provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol labatory is a very arge one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubles could know the virtures of Kodol itwould he be impossible for the manufactur dIisRENTPAYSFOR THE LAND FERTILE SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH WEST WHERE LAND SELLS FOR 15 AND RENTS FOR 5 PER ACRE One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana is the fact that cie ed laud rents for 5 per acre cash aid can be bought for 7 50 to 15 PIT acre It cots 6 to 10 an ere to clear It Other improve necessary are slight and inexpen siveThe soil is rich alluvial or made It produces a bale of cotton per acre worth 45 to 60 This ac counts for its high 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 rolling or hillland is especially adapted to growingLandproved farms 10 15 to 25 pev acre countryfIerstiers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can beboughtas low as 3 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out a tocation Descriptive literature with maps free on request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sellreduced rate roundtrip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest gpod 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 Lpnis Mo KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WTHDrlli New Disco tR Q QNSUMPTION OUtGHS and OLDS 6 tweet adQluickestT vr O HOWS TIllS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fcr allY case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Balls Catarrh Cure P JCIIENEY CO Toledo 0IiWe the C icney for the last years and believe him perfectly honolable in all business transac lions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinan Marvin Wholecale Druggists Tol edoHalls Catarrh Cure is fltaken internally acing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation It is a mistake to use a violen catharatic to open the bowels A gentle movement will accomplisl the same resutt without causinj distress or serious consequences later DeWitts Little Early Riser are recommended Sold by Chas C Davis MARETBURG The sick are all convalescing The inclemency of the weather prevented prayer meeting Saturda night and SundaySchool Sunday Roscoe Griffin writes from Jel lico Tenn that he is at work and wil remain there a whileMrs Mattie Lewis and children of Paris visited at J McCall Saturday and SundayMisses Lily Scroggins and Edith Dillingham spent iuet day with Mrs Chandler at this place Miss Jalia Reynolds is at home this weekLogan McCal who has been assisting his sister Grace in the store at Hazel Patch is at home for a few daysJ J McCall is able to resume his place in the storeHoping the SiG NALS faculty and its many readers a Merry Christmas and many re turns of the same LONG TENNESEE FIGHT For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal ca tarrh He writes The swelling and soreness nside my nose was fearful till I began applying Buck lens Arnica Salve to the sore sur face this caused the soreness and sweliingto disappear never to return Best salve in existence sscat all druggists The old Long Bridge connecting Washington with the Virginia shore over which the panicstricken soldiers retreated from Bull Run is to be destroyed OA S 11 CO =iABears SIgnnture of A Hare zFor chapped and cracked hands nothing is quite as good as an ap plication of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to ktid use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by Chas C Davis Nervous r Indigestion The action of diges tion is controlled by nerves leading to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is de prived of its energy It has no power to do its work If you want per manent relief you must restore this energy Dr Miles Itfervine restores givestheform their functions For many years I was an acute attimesalmost a burden I tried all kinds of withlittleanQHeartmake one more trial which I did in the purchase of one bottle of Nervine daysIaged me so much that I continued themedicine until I had taken more than a dozon bottles I am very muchproved in every way in body mind nnd snlrlts since I make a special point to recommend the medicine ana knowingthat tlensAyourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refunJ your money Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of i any case of Kidney or Bladdet ditcaejfchat ia notit medi- UflCdb3TdeIa i CftAW GH Hit iiATilMS PURSE IS NEEDED TO KEEP UP THE MIL ITARY DISPLAY Twothirds of Revenue Goes For Wars Plenty of Big Guns With None to Work Them Washington Dec J9Ne31y tothirds of the revenues cf te ie iervi govesnment are devoted to te pry mont of churgij and expenses iacurt cd by pat wars aid in preparatioi for future wars was the ratluv itartlius statement made by 3ouit Hale of Maine chairman of Ute tpr mittee on navAl afiairs In the renUt lie said he Ud not believe cousrcs or the country realized that fact be cause it had not been pointed out to them before The senator made this impressive declaration during the rIp bate apropos the bill to increase the artillery corps- Sqnators Hale and Scott indulged in a discussion deploring increasing ex penditures In the army and naval es h1tbepostponement increasing the artillery corps Mr Warren remarked that he should press this bill to a conclusion before the fortifications approprlation bill came up as he believed it useless to appropriate between 6000000 and 15000 000 a year to increase the fortifications of the country and then fail to provide men to properly man them We now have three guns to every man he remarked and have ex pended more than 100000000 in carrying out the scheme of fortiflcatlqna recommended by the Endicott board and yet have made no increase In the artillery corpsAs In the Navy The senator Is right said Mr Hale The disease is just as deep in the navy and I am inclined to think deeper than it is in the army I have tried for years and shall try again his year to keep down naval expend tures But the military establishments arc alike Each is seeking to aggran dize itself I dont suppose the people ot the countiy appreciate it I dont know that the senate doesthat twothirds of the revenues of the country today are devoted to the payment of the burdens of the past jears like ieiHons and expenditures in view of future warsOf all the taxes that are laid and all the revenues collected nearly two thirds are expended for the militaries in a broad way Senator Scott observed that d trInt the summer he had visited nine enact fortifications and found the big new expensive guns sewed up in canvas after having been rubbed in vaseline He should demand that some measure be passed to secure adequate care ot these guns or that no further expense be incurred in that direction SIX COMRADES Perished In the Blizzard From Which Two Lumbermen Escape Portland Me Dec 19It is considered a certainty that six out of eight lumbermen who started to cross Big Schoodic lake on the Ice a week ago Friday perished in a terrible north east blizzard that swept over the lake shortly after they started Two sur vivors of the party George Angel of Providence R L and John Kernan of Boston arrived here walking 200 miles from Bangor with their feet and- ean frozen and blistered and sick and exhausted from their terrible suffer ingActing on information from these men which was wired from here a searching party went out in Schoodic but could find no trace of the other six men Says Soldiers Fired On His Car Pensacola Fla Dec 19 Charges have been preferred by a coducto of a train from Pensacola to FL Barran cas alleging that soldiers at that point fired on his car from ambush On reaching Barrancas the soldiers about 20 in number alighted The car stopped ten minutes at the fort before beginning the return trip The con ductor avers that within n short dis tance from the post on the return a volley was fired at him He was on the rear platform and alighted re turning the fire with is revolver He says his assailants whom he recog nized as soldiers then fled Hits At Child Labor Washington Dec 19 Senator Gal linger Introduced an amendment to the pending bill to prohibit child labor He would prevent the employment of children under 14 years from runnln errands or any of the socalled street employments as well as working ic stores and factories He exempts pages in the house and senate College For All Farmers Washington Dec 19 Representa tive Livingston of Georgia introduce a bill appropriating 10000 a year for the support of an agricultural college In each congressional district of Etc United States The money la to he paid to states and territories and disbursed as state laws provide When Committee Meets Washington Dec 19Several sub committees of the house committee on rivers and harbors met arid Cnainnin Burton announce that the full com mittee will meet December for final conslderatlon of the rivers and halo hors appropriation bill Orders Misunderstood Cardi Ill Dec 19As the result of a wreck on the Big Four Fred Hall of thfs city was Instantly killed and Harry Musgravcs conductor received fatal injuries The wreck was caused by a misunderstanding of orders OA js F oxi x aBears BJgnature A BoutJt NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSie J B Waterman ofWatertown 1c l Rural Free Delivery writes Wy daughter afflicted for years h epUepsy was cured iby Dr S LifePiIIsShe has an attack 1br1over tQ- iB4bodjc 1sers earth 25C- r POSTED IWe whose names appear below forbid any hunting or tres proseIJ A Adams Janoy Smith Jiia W Mooe JM Winkler rod Lunceford K Owens atit Sallie Prewitt otrn vjaijirge A C Menifuii Mrs Aiice Moore T Purcell W D Livcsay V A Faiin Mrs IU za Cook JJ Smith ribixs Richard lligsb John Adams- JJ Lee Coftey n Belton Allen Mahargv John Leece LairI s Davault Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves 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 C FRANKLIN NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce thai Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troublee is not affected by the National Pure Fooc and Drug law as it contains no opi ates or other harmful drugs ano we reccomend it as a safe r tneci for children and adults Chas C Davis J Lemon a policeman of Net Kensington Pa fatally shot out burglar and captured another wlie two men attempted to hold up tb proprietor of a store PASSED EXAMINATION SUC CESSFULLY- J mes Donahue New Britain Conn writes tried several kir ney remedies and was treated our bsrit physicians tea diabetes but didnot improve until I toot Ho eys Kidney Cure After the second bottle showed marked proven ert and iie hOllIes cimr me completely have since pasV ed a rigid examination for life surance Foleys Kidney Cur tires ckache and all forms kidney and bladder trouble Cha C Davis druggist FCJLEY I1fQJ WEL Cures Colds Prevents Pnounionlo THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in systembowels certain relief for croup and whoopingcouzh Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Laxative 4theOpiates J U Lear S T B J B II F B J J Cook S J I b I in I it b A no The Red Clover BIos corn and the Honey Bee on every bottle rwntII LAXATIVE HONEY TAR 0 DeWITT re CO CHICAGO U 8 At Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTL E Rea Estate Co lIT 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 thfi 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 hpuses on farm good wells ar d springs and plenty of good stock water Also rood orchard FARM No 4Llacres near rod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and ono tenant house Can be bought for 5500 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land be tfreeh Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will cheapFARM NO 82l1 acres near Freedom churchsplendid residece and a most desirable farm Pic e S 2 a bargain FARM NO rTh ev tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and ab6ut6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orcjiard a dBee ickjroad lhcse lanlarytl cstel pexi l1reid dences of OfgEtflinesandGeo g i iIt L 1 For J7 that t Dandruff y There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs diseaseIl I healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A P heahhyscalpmeansagreatdeal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimples no eruptions The beet kind of a testimonial Sold for over eizty years liA Made w1Al60 lJers j CLIMAX Rev Culton of Richmond filled his regular appointment at Brush Creek last SundavMr and Mrs W J Anghn was in Berea Mon day on business Misses Elsa Philips and Maggie Gabbard visit ing friends near here Saturday W Sand W T Branaman were here on a hunting trw Friday Miss Annie Sexton visited friends at Goochand last weekMARIU- EDMiss Mamie Young and Lee Chasteen were married on last Thursday We wish them much success through lifeDEAD Mrs W H Pennin ton diedIf con u option Dec 5th She leaves a husband and two bright children to mourn their great loss Backache cold hands and feet rheumatism and kindred ailmetns caused by improper action of the cidneys yield readily to a short rratmtut of DeWitts Kidney and ladder Pills They quickly drive he poisons from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatment for 20c Recommended and sold by Chas C avis The new Norwegian steamer Themis from Prince of Wales Is land to Victoria went ashore on Scarlet Point north coast of Van couver Island on Fridayjand proc ably wilt he a total loss A MIRACULOUS CURE The following statement by HM dam and wile Henrietta Pa lliuMvsi pir nts and otht r A mil aCl1lns cure has taken place in our home Our child had czenm 5 years and was pronounc- d incurable when we tread about ileetric BtUers and rorcludcd to- ry it Before the second bottle vas taken we noticed a change lor the better aud after taking 7 bot ties he was completely cured Its the uptodate blood medicine aud cdy building tonid Guaranteed 5Ocandt on nt all druggists New Service VIA Henoerson Route Trains 140 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Steeper BETWEEN LOl ESVILLE AV EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain in until73oam We respectfully solicit your patronage L J 1BW1N GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN- TLOUISVILIJE KY redhead Marble Worlcp BROHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ArBRrGHT M anagei tewartikou1 Cbcoper than wc4 Will 1ast a HfefliC L I rLAND STOCK AXD eROlI placeIshoulder Owner can ha eSflne by paying for this notice and her keeping GEORGE POYNTER decytf Livingston Kv SVRVYED Come to my ph e on or about the 28th of Nov one blackand white spCtted male shoat weight about forty Ibs Owner can have same by proving it and pay ill g expenses J B CUMMINS Level Green Ky W B Green bought the past week of Clarence Lebus of Cynth iana 20 fancy export cattle 1520 lbs at 524 per hundred also 19 to go in January at the same price of S T Prewitt 17 weight 1300 Ibs at 490 of Ben Woodford of Bour bon 60 extra wethers weight 166 Ibs at 6 per hundred and of Clay Crawford 88 wethers and lambs weight go lbs at 4 per hundred FOR SALEA pair of 8 year old mules A splendid team and in good condition Will sell cheap W F WARREN Bromo Ky Some farmers think the very large one eartothe stalk corn will produce more grain than two medium ears to one stalk says the Southern Agriculturists They are mistaken Big oneeartothE stalk is not the thing two well filled medium ears per stalk is the true system of producn the most grain per acre The Agricultur ists last fill advised going through the field and selecting the twoear corn for seed The two ear seed corn will produce five or more bushels oer sere m ire than seed from the one ear large corn R B Mullins lost a couple of good milch cows this week hy thlr breaking into a dry sulk field and eating of the dry fodder from the effects of which they died withn tW utyfour houra W J Sparks and Clarence Fer guson have a couple of cows that have been sick for over a week they are thought to be afflicted with mern A WESTERN WONDER Theres a Hill at Bowie Texas yearThisfrom a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He sajs I sufferedwith a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of con sumption I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by all druggists 50C and i oo Trial bottle free 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 W1A CARSON Painter Paperhanger Agent for HENRY BOSCH COS line of WALLPAPER JR0031- MOULDINGS ETC ETC Let us make you au estimate on work before placing you order All Work Guaranteed M L MYERS DentistMt I FirstClass t Work f 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 ATTORNEY ATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On ard floor o The Hank Qf Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 ijC McGk tR54 Undertaker robllnie rbm Ri h i2 L 2 The Kind You Hava Always Bought tind which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre of And has been made per sonal since infancy Allow no one to deceive von this jW tExperimcntsInfants and Children against Whet is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures and It assimilates the Food regulates the LrheGSNUflNE supervision Experience Experiment Constipation Flatulency CASTORIA t ALWAYS t Bers the Signature rzr1 cJ Jt aar7J c44The Kind Yon Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 80 Years IrnfOn5 jtI 7 1i r WHY do Cardui writes Mrs 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or Texas f61 2000 f Oneway Onehaffkis tsSm JTr SoutheastMissouri Arkansas and Loui ana great jredu have also been made Jir thnforreturn with stopover privileges in both directions A COSIfd canpayyou rtTellshould investigate the countr the j the cost of a tICket from your hOme town ana save you YOU unneccesarylooking around expen8e LtmeThey will interest you ree i LCBARRY T P A Cottoa Belt Route 82 Todd R11g L6usviiIly iDrusJIPaint Oil and Patent Med 4LpL S Diseases of Children A Sec iffytI t PropPHONEKY W i I IFt t MIsoIheadKyj i qoffins Cake ial Taegrpk1