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VERNON, llMJIIIIIll H CMj Siitwl N-V Established 1887 NUMBER 3 M CJSJS ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, I I 1 OCT. 4, 1907. 'VW- nW!nif!!Wnwinm!im ? U'&BAKi&t NEW GOODS! V' , "- jl I I f 1 I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I ) 1 I I I I t I I I ) I 1 I 1 ' A7 0&VtVAVyVVl - .J - .i. - . .JVt.w4 IVt M .Jvl fVl Kst JVt KA JA fvX K ' Kor Glothin s COME TO F. KRUEGER & SON. NEW PRLCES! PANTS, $1.00 to $5.00. They are the Progressive Pant, the best in the. COUNTRY. fl ; 'fsiew' Everything! Every train brings them in. i "Every thing for Fall and Winter UiatvN'l and ?r 1 , Haven't time to write ads Come and se.e the finest lines ever shown in ' r ' this country. ' ' DRESS GOODS For Dress Goods our store can not be passed by. We can please you both in Quality and Price25 cents to $1.50 per yard. ir s " Up-to-da- te ', -- . " " -- - s- - LADIES' SKIRTS " fr. : fcv , v W8 From $1.00 to. $6.00. LCome and see us one and ,3 all. asEBvca JMiVMr4M J " A3-tik xtr-jmrn- ' JSh, Mif R BIIOUHEAD. KRUEGER & SON, c Kentucky. Mt. Vernon, Tiiliiilliiiiliiilliiliiililiiliiliiiiiiiiliiliiliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiitiiiliiliiiiiiiiliiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiil REPUBLICAN HAND-BOO- CAMPAIGN TUK WORK OF CLUMSY DODGURS. " of of the The Campaign Hand-booRepublican party in Kentucty. the real platform of that party iu the present State campaign, the docu ment from which the leaders of that party expect their orators to get inspiration for the work upon the stump among the vbters, has been issued by its Campaign Committee. Aside from its own Camand the literature paign Hand-booit is distributing, the Demo-cartwhich State Campaign Committee could find no better document to place in the hands of its speakers with which to explode and clear up the Republican charges of misman agement of the public afhirs of Kentucky during eight years past. Like August E. Wilsou, the Repnominee, ublican Gubermtorial of this Republican pubthe author lication has demonstrated that he is a clumsy dodger on the live issues of campaign; that he isn't even an expert at juggling figures in an effort to show.a bad financial condition for the commonwealth, and he contented himself with reviving matters brought up a year ago by a defeated candidate foi Guberua torial honors, and which the people of Kentucky then had an opporttP nity to investigate and found with out foundation in fact. Also with reproducing so called editorials from a Frankfort paper, which ceased publication for lack of support, a veritable campaign sheet, issued by disgruntled Democratic politicians making a factional fight within the party. With such misrepresentation abuses bv men who, like Mr. Willson have been unsuccessful in every political ambition, the author of contents this campaign Hand-boohimself, hoping thereby to draw to the Republican side such Democrats as were not lined up on the side of those who were successful n ttfvi' Democratic State primary election of last year. Not a word does this Repubilcan publication cousin regarding the flagrant vio k c k lations of la why ue and abuse of, charge specifically, always contentthe military power during the dark ing itself with reference to an edidays of Bradley and Taylor, fro m torial of an uufiiendly newspaper, 1896 to 1900; Not a word of criti- and going only far enough, as its cism has it, as had William Mar- Editor thiuks, to arouse a suspishall Bullitt in the conveution cion that all is not right iu the which nominated Mr. Willson. for affairs of the government. Reprethe murderers of William Goebel. sentatives of the Republican party, or of Republicans in power at that among them Postmasters, and the time, and who are now fugutives former private Secretary of the from justice, declining even to "r- fugutive. William S. Taylor, had eturn under promise of immunity access for months to every defrom arrest, offered by the Com- partment at Frankfort, and right monwealth that the Goebel mur- well did they work in a fruitless der may be laid bare in all of its de- effort to fasten these insinuations tails by those who were responsible of "Graft" upon the officials in for its commission. With an an- power. After all that work, their nounced motto "The Firm, but campaign Hand-booissues, and it Judicious, Enforcement of all can do no better than to reprint Laws," and a reproduction of the and reproduce utterances of weak, vacillating, plank of the Repersons who spent as publican platform upon temper- much time as did they iu seeing ance and not a word upon the what could be found, corruption or subject of observance of wrongdoing by the Democratic the Sabbath Day Laws', the book officials whom the peopls have authorizes the Republican speakers' trusted for eight years past. The for whose information it is intend- - ' cry of a "look at the books" which ed, to dodge about on these live won for them in 1895 falls flat this questions and issues, and to talk year. to suit the community in which The boldest attempt made in the speaker hap pens to be at the this Republican .Campaign Handtime he has then under discussion. book to insinuate "Giaft" is in an It reproduces the letter of the Rev. article which the author of the Dr. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, book copies from the Frankford charging Governor Beckham with Call, which it terms a "Democratic Newspaper" being insincere to his fight for but which was and of observance of the never at any time during the perSabbath, a letter which has been iod of its publication, for it is now discredited in its every line by the defunct, edited by a loyal Democ policy which the Governorpursued crat nor did it ever pose as a city of Louisville. The newspaper. Under the in the author and publisher didn't ask the laigest black face type iu the book Rev. Dr. Powell forhislatest views this article, which is headed "Graft Capitol Graft", is on this matter, or he would have raft-Graft, had a contrary view to publish. printed, and the Repnblican party The word "Judicious" inserted iu thereby takes responsibility for it. the Republican motto on the open- At the time this article was first ing page of the publication is published, neither the Board of nor the doubtedljrthe loop hole through Capitol Commissioners which the Campaign Committee Superintendent or others charged expects the Republican Guberna- with the worlc of building the magtorial nominee no escape should he nificent new Capitol, paid the to it. The ever have the good fortune to be at slightest attention the bead of the government of paper making the charge had no Kentucky. This rather remark- circulation except in the immediable publication contains, from be- ate communi ty in which the buildginning to the close, rumors and ing was being erected, and where hints of what it plays up in block every person resident knew better face type as ''Graft", but in not a than it primed, its editors and, single instance does it make the writers were known to be dis k d -- tem-peren- Dem-crati- gruntled aird factional politicians, whose failure to be on the successful side within the Democratic party had soured them against their successful opponents. For these reasons those attacked in the article would notdigoify it with a response and the telling of the facts in the matter on which the charge was based. This would not be done at this time but for the fact that Mr. Willson aud his fellow Republicans gather the state raent aud attempt through it to poison the minds of the voters of the State against the men who have 'made the new Capitol possible. Judge Hageraud Governor Beckham. Unable to bring a single specific charge of iu the construction of the Capitol, or the wrongful expenditure of a single dollar, and over seven hundred thousand dollars has alreadv been expended iu the wo;k of construction, the Republicans now rely up on such a publication to get votes. The article in question goes on to state that it is known over Frankfort that the Superintendent in'oharge for the Architect qnit the job and publicly gave ns his reason that "The whole thing was rotten and be could not afford to risk his repu tation as an honest Architect by staying longer". The author of the Republican prints this charge but does not print a quick and prompt denial by the Superintendent to whom it referred. That denial is herewith printed- :mis-doin- ( Jband-boo- k -G- Frankibrd, Ky., Sept. 6,06. call of Sept. statements 5th. makes certain which they claim were given out by me to several parties with reference to the Superintendents of the new State Capitol Building and my reasons for tendering my resignation I wish to absolutely refute any knowledge of having ever made any such statements and desire and desire to state that my reason for resigning were purely a personal matter. A. R, Coterah "I notice that the Bean the O A. ST 033. 1 .A.. -- IM Ml I'M Always BOllgTit night witha "judge" party. All there had a jrood time. Mrs. J. H. The protracted meeting at the Dunu was on Saturday's train en Baptist church is drawing good route to Danville to visit her Mrs. S. Monie crowds and much good is being mother accomplished. Misses Whitebouse Duun. Robert G. Wilmott.'cashier and Taylor of Garrard county, are Citizens Bank of Nepton, Ky., was charming visitors of Miss Eli7a the guest of his mother, Mrs. M. Pike. Miss Maud Watson has re- E. Wilmott, two days this week turned from a pleasant visit of two D. B. Ramboe was in Corbin TuesMr. and Mrs. A. weeks duration in Garrard county. day on business Roy, the small son of Mr. and J. Leece have returned from a trip Mrs. John Robins, is numbered through Eastern Tenn. J. C. wi,th our sick this week. Miss of Stanford, and Mr. and Deesa Robins has returned from a Mrs. Morru Perkins were among two mouths visit to friends and rel the many visitors of Mr. and ' Mrs. A. E. Albright during the services atives in Tennessee. Miller has returned at the new church. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter from Knoxville, Tenn., where she Bogue Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. was the guest of her sister, Mrs Cress, of Preachersvllle, attended G. XV. Brooks, for one week. Mrs the dedication last Sundav. Mrs. .Briscoe and son of Mt. John Rooins has returned from a five weeks stay in Garrard county Vernon, were here to the dedicaA large crowd attended the dedi tion of the new Baptist church cation of the uew Baptist church at last Sunday. Among the preachthis place last Sunday. The in- ers attending the dedication last debtedness bai all been paid and Sunday were Rev. R. R. Noel, of we now have i church of which Stanford, Dr. T. G. Bow, of Louisany town should Ube proud The ville, Rev. J. A. Sawyers, of East dedicatory sermou was'deliveied Bernstadt, Rev. Briscoe, Mt. Ver. by the Rev. J. G. Bow. of non, Rev. McHutchins. Lincoln Mrs. Alice Tateand daugh- county, Rev. Metcalf, Maretburg, ter, Miss Anna, of Mt. Vernon and Rev. Cummins, Bee Lick, Rev. Miss O'Mara, of Birmingham, Ala., Gooch, Walnut Grove, and Revs. were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Pike, Wilson and Smith of our Tnte from Saturday until Monday. city. The music was highly enJ. W. Casper, of Mt. Vernon, is joyed and Mr. Albright is to be here in the interest of the M. W. congratulated on the work in that of A. Wm. Adams is having Hue as he has one of the best classes in this nart of the State. Milt erected a very fine building in Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Rash's house with its entire con Rice and Mrs. Iva Newland, of tents was swept away by fire ThursLebauou Junction, are guests of day night. The house was the Mrs Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Painter. N. propertyof J. Thos. Cherry. Giles Cartar is visiting his home Mary Albright and son, Dick, have returned from a two weeks visit in folks in Owen countv. J. F. Watson's new drug store on Cajey county. Miss Clyde V. Main street, is about completed aud Wilmott. who has been visiting he will be found there with a full her sister, Mrs. Mrs G. W. Brook, line of drugs aud drug suudries, iu in Knoxville, Tenn., has returned fact everything kept in a first class home. The 3rd degree in Masonry drug store. J. Thos. Cherry's big was conferred on R. G. Wilmott department store is being reraodled Monday night by the lodge at this and it has made a new appearance place. Mrs. Lizzie Sutton, of Louentirely. Shugars has just got in isville, Ky., is visiting her parents -- Miss a big line of souvenir postals.l They Mr. and Mrs J. M. Owens.Cass was at home Sunday Stop, look at them. Katie are- lookers. Misses Elizabeth and Etta Cable , from Stanford where she is quite a Crowd of their ing school. J. H. Hilton was in Mrs. J. R. week, most intimate friends last Friday Stanford first of " in-laMc-Clar- y, Cass and son have returned from a week's visit to her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Hilton, in Stanford. -- id EASY TO MIX THIS. What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, as formulated by a noted authority, who claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement, in the following simple prescription, if taken before the stage of Bright's disease: Fluid Extract Dandelion, ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa-rilla- , three ounces Shake well in bottle and take in teaspoon doses after each meal and again at bedtime. A well known druggist here at home, wken asked regarding this prescription, stated that the ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so. He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic affliction with splendid results, he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache, as it Ins a peculiar action upon the kidney structure, cleansing these most ira portant organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which suffering. cause sickness and Those ofour readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial. one-half , J r Louis-ville- A CRIMINAL ATTACK on an inoffenseive citizen is fre quently made in that apparently useless little tube called the "appendix. Its generally the result of - - atteud-entertaine- d protracted constipation, following liver torpor. Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendisitis, and establish regular habits of the bowels. 25c at Chas. C Davis' dru& store. ls & iK i y-- c u ' .) V1U arJ-'T- IV'li ' ; Vi ttfi " -." Pay uu attention to slander or gossip mongers. Keep straight on in your course, and let their back bitings die the death of neglect Wh-iis the ue of lying uwnle nights brooding over the remarks of some false friend th it rur through your brain like forkid lightning? What's the use of get ting into a worry and fret ovtr gossip that has been set afloat ti your disadvautageby some meddle some busy body who has more lime than character. These things can't possibly injure you, unless indeed vou take notice to them, and in combating give them c a . cter and standing. If what is said about ynti is true, set yourself right at once; .f it is talse, let it go for what it will letch. If a bee stings you vvould vou go to the hive and destroy it? Would not a thousand come upon j ou? It is wisdom to say little respecting the injuries you have received. We are gen erally losers in the end if we stop to refute all the backbitiugs and gossipings we may hear by the way. They are annoying, it is true, but not dangerous, so long as we do not stop to expostulate and scold. Our characters are formed and sustained by ourselves and by our actions and purposes. Let us al ways bear in mind that calumniators may usuall be trusted to time and the slow but steady justice of public opinion. Ex. t MT VERNON SIGNAL Oci.. 4, 1907. LAND, STOCK AND CltOl' W. L- Richards and E. S. Alo bright, Tuesday received from a car of 134 sheep, which have been let out to different parties. It has long since been recognized tiiat this county is especially adapted to sheep raising, but no very grewt attention has ever been turned in this direction in the past. We cer tainly hope the next lew years will find our farmers taking advantages of the conditions and circumstances which will bring the best results, and there is no question but that in Rockcastle a few hundred dollar? invested in sheep, will pay a bettet dividend, in proportion to tin imoiint invested than any olhes undertaking. The raising of mule colts is get ting to be a lucrative thing for out farmers. A few years ago tht prices of common mule colts ranged $25 to $25 and took a real good one to bring $70. Now the sales at $100 are so frequent as to excite and still higher prices are by no means infrequent. The gen eral prosperity of this country has much to do with this, and the special demand for mules has more: but the fact remains that the mule-brenow are intriusicallj worth more. Several well knowi dealers remarked Court day that the display of weanling mules was the finest they had ever seen con sidering the number. The season with plenty of grass had something to do with it as nearly all of them were in good condition. But the credit for it is mostly due to the quality of the jacks used for sires. With the prices of mule.-thnow exist, farmers can afford to pay a few dollars more and breed to good jacks and they find it pays by adding to the sale value of the colt. Winchester Democrat. Cni-cagd at $:&o.vj;:3 xpcoxx :.)pa&&ac itoawihiW i MMMiiMlnMMZHnMirtfM H f Friday, B A R G A I N Published every Friday by S : '. :' EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONB YHAR $I.OO Advet thing rates made known on application MltMIlKK OK My naino is George Johnson, ami I have a store close to Logan Thompson. 1 Others might come, and others may go. hut with mo say for ever no. I'll KKNTUUKV PU1S ASSOCIATION huilt it this .year on the has a flat lloor and slanthas shelves and counters kinds-of IIy goods are now, just from old Carpenter lot. the factories you see, as o'er the eon nt r you roam It It ing top; to hold all goods. and And the prices are so low you are bound to take some of them home. My competitors are fow because they don't know how to buy. Andtwhen they see my store they turn their backs and won-de- l with a sad, longing sigh. Now dear friends como and see 1110 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For United States Senator J. C. W Beckham. For Governor S. W. Hager. For Attorney General John K Head- ricks. For State Superintendent ot Schools M. O. Winfrey. For Commissioner of Agriculture J, V. Newman. For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble. For Auditor II. M. Bosworth. For Secretary of State Hutiert Vree-lau- Its walls are-o- f concrete the rest is mostly wood. I built this house for rich, the high, the low the poor. And if you ever visit it will do your trading here over more. the and you for and don't pass away. it till For Treasurer Ruhy Lafuon. For Clerk Court of Appeals Chenault. John I). I am in it and there to stay, until old Grbriel sounds his whistle on Judcmeut day. Hid DEAR OLD MOTHER. My dear old inothe, who is now tightythree years old, thrives on Eclectric Bitters," writes W. B. Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for .about two years If you do you'll regret your Judgment day. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G, T. JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun tv Court Clerk, abject to the action of the Republican party. II. Lewis as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tlie action of the Republican party. Wo nra. authorized ; and enjoys an excellent appetite, well." feels strong and sleeps That's the way Eclectric Bitters af fect the aged, and the same happy Soniebodyhas figured out that Opposite CourUIouse.. O. K. STORE, results follow in all cases of female tbe average boy who is depeudent debility. weakness and general upon his parents for a livelihood IN MEMORY. All puny children tod are greatly age of twenty-onuntil he reaches the strengthened by them. Guaranyears costs them' four thous Death entered the home of Mr. teed also for stomach, liver and and dollars. On this basis of cal- and Mrs. Anderson Burdette on kidney troubles, by Cbas. C. Dais culation a brood, for instance, of six September 28th and claimed for its leading druggist. 50c. boys would represent an outlay of victim their beloved daughter, twenty-fou- r thousand dollars by the Orpha, who The Democratic State Campaign had been a sufferer for time they get away from the home many Committee announces the itinera y weeks of that dreaded disease who will roost. The question arises dots it consumption. The deceased was of William Jr Bryan, Kentucky pay to raise boys and are there no 21 years, soend October 7 and 8 in of age. When only she other crops that would prove more jo'ued the Christian church14 interest of the and speaking in the profitable? If a boy turns out to bad Democratic ticket. The special ever since lived a consecrated b; a cigarette fiend with a breath Christian life. She leaves father, train will leave Louisville the like a turkey buzzard and a laugh Mr. mother, lour sisters and one broth- morning of the first dav and IS that would make the untutored er to mourn the loss Bryan will speak at the principal of an obedient donkey feel perfectly at home in and dutiful daughter and a loving points between Louisville and his society and with an untrammel Russellville. From Russellville "What do wo need inostf sister. ed and unconquerable desire to the train will go to Owensboro. Monday, July 1. Tho Louisville Dally, each "' The second and third prizes Inare a Call not back the dear departed. ono of the twenty-liv- e avoid work, it is safe to say that The second day will bo spent en Sunday and Weekly Herald Inaugurated gold watch and a business districtsscholarAnchored safe where storms are o'er; a voting contest. In which J10.000 In ship In tho order named. college prizes might have invested then the women ot the Illinois Central between Hen- prizes will be awardedThe plan adoptedKen- aro In keeping with the main These and On the border land we left them, awards,, for tucky and Indiana. these secondary prethose Soon to meet and part no more. four thousand dollars at a much awarding derson and Fulton. The last ceivable, these prizes Is the fairest con- miums who secureassured that they hayo may rest no element of "luck," and received a full stock of the best shoes ou full valuo better advantage. But if tbe bo enters Into the "chance" When we leave this world of changes, speech will be made al Murry. plan. The or "guessing" to be conducted got contest. for the effort put forth In .': the campaign Is market, and all wo ask is to let us comWhen we leave this world of care; grows up to manhood with the How to Enter the Race. along legitimate competitive lines, and Numerous Democratic politicans every woman who enters the race will have All that is necessary to enter The We shall find our missing loved ones, pare prices and give our Arnold Glove Brand a your namo to send' lesson well learned that wealth and an equal opportunity to win a first .prlzo Herald's contest Is manager of the Conwill accompany Mr. Bryan. In our Father's mansion fair. whether she resides In LoulsvUlo or a and address to the together success grow only on bushes water with tho trial. test Department, town of much smaller size. Governor Beckham Wetlneds names of one or two reliable parties who Her cousin, S. 1!. The Prizes. way to enter cd by the sweat of one's brow, the In the Call while our scock is new and complete. aro live raco Is vicinity. Another few coupons, Herald by clipping out a appointed Judge J. S. Morns. 01 Tho prizes offered by Theaway by any the patents need not begrudge what the most liberal ever given Tho capital published daily in The Herald, filling Criticism is a medicine thai Oldbam county, as special judge oi newspaper In tho South. out properly and sending them to prize of the 110,000 contest Is 11.500 In them ever they have spent on him, for he ometimes kills, Department of The Herald, ur new stock of winter goods will soon be but often cures. the Scott Circuit Court to preside cash. This largo amount of money will the ContestKy. Louisville, will be a source of increasing pride It cured be given to the woman who secures tho Every Woman Eligible. on hand. Byron of some of in the fourth trial of Caleb Powers largest number of votes In the entlro Lord Every woman Is eligible to compete In and joy t their hearts, and when his early foieles contest, regardless of district limitations. this contest who Is a respectable whlto (i and lordly conceit, on tbe charge of complicity in the As the contest runs but nlno weeks, the resident of Indiana or Kentucky, and beper tween they grow old and their winner of this prize tho ages of fifteen and fifty years. and it is said to have killed John Goebel murder case. Judge Mor- week for nine weeks. will earn $16.66 onco If you dcslro two to compete, name and their legs wabble and Keats an oversensitive Besides tho capital prize there are 1007 Send In your as thoat race only extends I'! young poe ris was a member of the last Gener- other grand prizes, consisting of two over a period of nlno weeks July 1 to One of these matheir step is slow and faltering But taken as a whole, criticism automobiles. H al Assembly, and served for years model Is a brand now Aerocar, purchased: August 31, Inclusive. is chines How to Oet Votes. they have two strong arms to lean a good thing if wisely tho express tho factory direct diiected and Commonwealth's Attorney of the Purposefrom awarding It asfor prize In Tho a Votes may bo secured In The Herald'a in) of upon and help them over nil the propeny contest. The other automobile contest by clipping tho coupons from tho administered, it cor- Oldham-Shelblnil n.A, wnl.h rfit,nt no nnn vntA flnrt . Judicial district. Is a runabout model, valued at JCJO, rough places that lie in their twi rects are only valid one week.. or by securing brand new, with every modern Improveerrors, cultivates taste and by the manufacturers and subscriptions for the dally. Sunday and ) ment, backed The probsbility that a new and tho local agent. One of these machines wecKiy iiernia, ami nuving sucit huubuuu v; light path. conducts the world in the right modified yearly In tlnns naid quarantine against tropic- will be awarded toto a candidate residing In subscriptionfor In advance. A now a new counts for 2,400 votes: a candidate the other paths to the attainment of the al Kentucky or Indiana, outside of Louisville. six months' subscription counts for 1,000 countries will be maintained per- The candldate-wh- o Tii'k voteis of Kentucky will be . secures tho largest votes, and so on. Full Information on this 0:-5rrr5rr- V most substantial good to the greatitttr&rriner- automobile of kv number of petually in New Orleans, instead of winners willvotes giventhe two of tho ma- point may oe icarnea Dy reaaing xne iter- - v-- " w- - v- - iv wv called upon at the coming Novein choice be aia or writing me uomese ueparimcnt tor est number. particulars. a quarantine in summer months chines. contest Is divided Into twenty-fiv- e her election to say by their votes, Convenience of Savings Enter Now. The A young lady of this city went only, as heretofore, was announced districts. Each district will receive threo If you are ellglblo enter this contest at whether or not the Constitution prizes. Tho first prize In each district once. Tou may win the capita prize of Cistern a freo shall be so amended as to prohibit into a dry goods store the other day Wednesday by Surgeon J H. will be Includingtrip through theYork. At- $1,600 in cash or a brand new $2,000 autoMany porsons keep their money hero as a permanent invisits to New States, aro not eligible enter tho mobile. and blushingly asked the head White of the United States Mamie lantic City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, name of If youwife, mother, sister, friend, your vestment because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoidthose who do not hold a tax receipt Washington, Norfolk and the Jamestown may or as tho ed, As an investment, you can compute the not returns accu Every cent of the expense relative helpsweetheart,a prlzo. Itrase cost Exposition. for taxes due the same year in clerk if he had any of those elastic Hospital Service. will her win tourists from the time he, and 5f the twenty-ftvvou nothlna to nominate a candidate. hands, capable of being elongated they leave home until they return will And It costs a, candidate nothing to try .. Tatefy. Smull amounts mav bo added at anv time. A savings which the election comes, shall not j Ladies, don't fail to see our up-- bo borne bv The Herald. account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that aro one or prizes, now is the and adjusted at pleasure, and used One of theso free trips will, then, be torget busy tno this glcantlo contest time & be permitted to vote. This law to In date line of cloaks, before mak- awarded to the candidate In each one of may never have another opportunity to A idIe' awaiting investment. You may withdraw a part or tho districts who secures tho get euch valunblo prizes for so little efthe twenty-flvshould have long since been on our by the feminine portion of man- ing a purchase. entiro amount atany time. With a determination to save you largest number of votes In her own par- fort. Enter tho race before some ono else aro always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to tho district, Tho number of votes ac- In statute books, for sound, able bod kind for putting around the lower votes you Hamm," Brodhend, Ky. ticular candidates In one district has no are your locality gets all tho the contest R. H. corded depending on. To bank? As horrowovs, wo stand ready to receive such amounts of their locomotive 43 ied men, who will willfully and foi extremities bearing whatsoever upon the number of simply send your name enter nddrpss to and candidates votes in other the Contest Department of The Herald, accorded as you can save from time to time. We will pay you a rogu- ck of pride; who are so lost to members to keep in the prorer This equalizes the competiOpening: I will have my Fall districts. gives every one who enters tro Louisville, Ky., and you will receive full lar rate of interest on your money We'll exnlain in detail if tion Information upon every point of the race honor as to allow their names to go position and the required altitude and Winter disolay ot millinery and race and opportunity to win. an by return mall. oyou win can at tno oanic. upon the list of delinquents should habilameuts of their tibius." The notions Saturday Oct, 5th. All are not be allowed to have a voice in clerk is now on a sheep ranch. cordially invited to attend. (INCOKI'OKATHD.) saying who tbe officers and chief Mas G. S Hiatt. An exchange says there two rea executives shall be. One of tbe MT. VKRNON, KENTUCKY. IK. A. sons why some people don't mind Fhrtimzkr: Just arrived, a car highest and loftiest duties of a good c93oc3-c3ctheir own business. One is that of the old reliable Horse Shoe Fercitizen is to pay his tax for the supthey haven't any miud, and the tilizer. Call 011 J. J. Smith or Sow-de- r port of bis county and state and other is they haven't anv business. & Owens, Brodhead, Ky. he who fails to do this isnot worthy sep 20 3t The Franklin county grand jury of being called a citizen and should AND be disfranchised from exercising Monday returned an indictment Lost: A five dollar bill between PRACTICAL that right, the higest privilege of charging Caleb Powers, now being Rob Cox's store and top of school Am better prepared than ever to PAPER-BANGE- R UNDERTAKER, an American citizen to vote held in the Goebel assassination house hill. Finder will leave same test and fit the eyes with glasses When you go into your booths on case, and others with conspirii g at Signal office and get reward, AND for Have, all the latest appliances WALLPAPER, ROOM the 5th of next month don't fail to together with intent to procure FUNERAL DIRECTOR, . A. C. Sowdhr. tMtJno-- A fit cuaranteed. hK.BSnPidbUIPBsasHLsiB'l9styr'0-rABslMOULDINGS, ETC. m" vote in the little square opposite UsMsHV Mt. Vernon, Ky. Do all kinds of watch and clock others to swear falsely as witnesses "YKS." Let us make an estimate Complete set black- repairing. For Salb: Maice your uu in the Scott Circuit Court, to the Can Jurnishon shoitno-Stic- o j: on work before placing look like new. Repair your If the man who toils fourteen effect that Henry Youtsey, ot New- smith and wagon makers tools, inMetalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming etc. etc. your order, silver rings hours a day, wears oveaalls and a port now in the State prison under cluding patent tenon machine, tire gold and All kinds of machine needles and All Work Guaranteed. Sdono. bender, shrinicer, post drill etc. attached. checkered shirt, and his wife wears conviction of complicity in the repairs kept. ' A bargain for cash. Very truly, a poor quality of calico how does Goebel case, had admitted that he by wire Promptly Filled. R. K. Powkll. S. C. Franklin. The Census Bureau reports t,- - S it happen that a lellow who never fired the shot which killed Gov.' Phone No. 63, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 430,265 bales of cottOH. counting works at all wears broadcloth and Goebel in January, 1900. The Sept. 27-- 4t. as half bales, ginned from iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiuiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiimiitmiiiiiiiuuiiiiuii: his wife wears seal 'kin? others indicted with Powers art: Ten of District Attorney Jer round Mrs Anna E. Miller took charge the growth of 1907, up to Sept. 25, M. Benton, on Newport Howard ome's alienist in the trial of Harry Somekskt is certaum blessed a iawvcr; Jennie Gentry, alias oi the post office here on the first. K. Thaw, hace rendered bills for with newspapers, the latest toenter Tula scrs, of Lexington, and Dave The office be moved to the Snarks Bun th Stm A"1" '"" "a ft""J Bvmu servces The total of these ttfuturt is the Somerset Herald ed- - Cushion $aid to be of Keitton buildiug.as soon as the new cabinet llie'r tbe field bills is slightly in excess of $23,000! and other fixtures arrive. county, ited by Messrs Wesley and Coke. to announce W Q.T.JOHNSON, -- e $$:$r&3c&xc8 BARGAINS IT v The Louisville Herald to Award $10,000 in Prizes 1 SHOES! Just -- O hands-trembl- A. C. HIATT, y HIATT - KENTUCKY. !j Louls-vll- l. f the Account o w - r-- o o THE BANK OP MT VERNON, 9 OUSt yipxmryr.m Willis Criffin PAWTER gmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmiim u ape-fram- es Stock Complete. Fine Hearse ORDERS H OASVOXIXA. Zem, - Subscribe tor the SIGNAL. A. i .i r :tr v m te-tvfc j 'to fej;-- W' s y'--lien ' Wwy' a 1 Amm MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vkunon. Ky. Oct. onto wltli SIGNAL, Wituer&held, Mas",, an uj Was plant' 4, 100? ed T in 1638 The oldest tipple tfjeiffi '.tb wiiluc, vuuiiuj .itiuu .wit. uiu )u M.lll r. v . . . r 11 mini , ..-..- jm'tw' .- '? v . ' -- n'ArtA. ''.- n(nv i q SZti - .. ,.., , , ,, ' . i 'ii . V . i .m .. -- - . . .w .Ar'-I''.-.. - 11 ' v.' jv 'm ?. iiw. . s f ?i 7( Cull up "No. 70" wlteri 7Q , nyliiiwonltuCnmmuiil. J? Just received the nictvit l'iifc-c- l ladies and childrcus' cloajist.etfei brought to Urodhead. octff.3' R. H Hamm. Brodhead, jty The highest, purest love for children is not fouod in the. ,p.1rjbn't who J and vulgar language, and thusltets examples that debase, deiUorize TIME TABU2. nnuuesiroy, as tney are takeuftip co 22 north 1.24 pm uuu lonvvtfa. j 5. north 3:40 am if. Circuit Court 1ms been ping a 21) south 1:24 p ii' little bukinesHthl'i week, buthi 21. South 12:20 a ni the present rate, it will take sWfal Ias. Landkum, Agent. special terms of four weeks entlfto Phone No-- 58. clear the dosket. Getting wjtliefe-e- s seemp to have been the gteatfst Entered at ttio Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofllce ' ' mull matter. m second-clttouble.4 2-i- Ilouivllc 4NMVH.Lt n R.Co uss liquor, tobaccos-profan- e w : ' s y Very few men in this nge of new stylos care to SHOES BETTniH. e attret 'n anything that isn't fr hoby and servicable. No useinmim wearing a hat l that isn't the latest sliapo whnn a 1 stylish ono can be had ' hero at It m. Ti I P ML i such a small price, The closest attention is given our Hat Department and wehavo a hat for every head to suit tho size of every pocketbook. o 1 Si J CV VI fck iliF Ve are always giying poiuters.aa to tli e beat to bo had in the' lines we enrv It gives us much pleasure to bo able to give our custoriiersHhe tiowesi iinu. me most. ueiiKuuume trdods SiyiR. '1 MjljIND 1 1 1. j i ... In . il " 8 KH $M rt 5 . I) Br .jUt i 3. MissQrpha Burdette, daugHtf ot Mr. and Mrs. Anderson dfeifSaturday September Vfe, F. L. Thompson shows no of consumption, age twenty, yeaVg. k ' ' ijfnprovenient, Suits, $7 to $15. ' $ & Miss Burdette became a memlerdf ' v- the Buckeye church at the agea Neal Parrett is very s!clev'with' 6.50 to $12.50. Overcoats (welveyjjd'has lived a true, cojic malaria fever. 4 -t,. cratedChristian life. Mrs. VV. T. Davis was very sick' " 3 y rr . a few days this Meek. v.Vptitrsthe Shoos that do not 1 ne suu 01 nowuan ex. tJocKr T. C. Powell and family are visit- against the heirs of Capt, J. J .ns ing in Laurel county. great shoe ,in. the Thomas, to remove a dam in Ri VV. A. Fisher has mDved to castle .Rivet is ' expected to ber Brand' j lino isfthe "Patri M. L. Denhatn's property. The question involved lias i ot?" - Tlftro uro.bvjpfVJialf'a chun ' ;. D. E. Davis spent a few days "vwu m DUMU.G ui Luitaiuciuuit; uiigus M ade'jn all leathers :drod- styles .. . iKHAMi tion in thepast and the present. .with.lioiriefolkt tbis week. "over. foot con'forminpr lasts. ,.A. !! .. j r . .. uc a uaru lougni worn Miss Rcca. Baker went to Stan1- uiui.wm m . j r vt Btiapo anu piQasuro tor uvery pome 01 me very Dest legal ngti V ,, ford Tuesday, lof a short visit. ' .' foot; LoolfvW the star on the are,emploVed on both sides. WilllOwons 6f'T.iingston was a heel and tho word ''Patriot" on i "cvri T DDIHh HAFC Ssfpleasant cftlle'r. at ttls office yestcK jT A big land sale was made We Hiretsole. This style is '3.75. ?ScTTCD nesday when Dr G. . W.Evam. : v, NatnWVelch, the, popular. Berea" acted for the owneis sold to Mr; ' drunimcrrwas witlvouriaercbants Garnett Hughes of Washington D. hereTuesdajV C., 3.500 acresiof land at Oonwa in j, u. . Wo donTfiBeliovG there is a man, woman, boy ' ", Mrs. Rowzie iof Livingston for $30,000'.; This tract having this that over bought anything hero that spent a few days; with friends and been tbeproperty of Messrs J, J relatives-,here. D. M., C. F.. and, Harvey CfienauH provoS.'uiisatisfactory who did not find us glad to riglit mat- MrAJS.:Bi Brown and children Sr. and is a splendid section;, tjch.p ters and'pleaso them, if they brought the goods . baok. We are visiting her mother and grand- id uniucr ana .miuerai weaitn. --.1 Richmocd Register. mother at Burnside. ' want-tsell' tho best, and if anything wo ever sell to any cus- "' .' 1 C. B. Henderson has gone to Judge 1, .W. Bethurura, Dr. tomev isn't full value wo want them to bring this articlo work for the Q and C, with head Lovell and Cashier M. B. Salin who, v3quartcrs at Somerset. recently purchased the Mrs. Carback so wo can please them This is a store for overybody Mrs. Ann Foster has returned to ter nronertv on Main St.. ore tnok- . j nS.l,.1? and hero 'a' dollar dobs its duty. We try to give AtUJ most imher home at Burnside attera.J"0ur ing sonic, provements by grading dowu"and courteous treatment at all times "and wdnt to pjoase. every- ..week's visit to relatives here. is M. L. Denhara has moved his filling in. When "jfc m body. ' ., thev will have two very defamily to Corbin. We regrejato lose sirable building loAsbes'des a very .Mr. Denbam from our nuraberVi w-- RV' billion and"son7 great improvement on the"lot where ii't, CaPl- the residence stands. ifflsb j.te Harry, came down yesterday us wit Young Men and Ladies with am u esses in the suit of Bowman and bition should learn Telegraphy. Cockrell agaiust Thomas Ed Gentry The man who never makes mis-Under the new 8 hour law, which Brodhead choir. misses a good many splendid 13. Song, takes goes into effect next March, over LOCAL G. 1?. Painter. 14. Address, chances to learn something. 18,000 additional Telegrcphers are Song, Union choir. 15. Dr. A. G. Lovell reports Mr. J. required by the Railroads in the "Our next issue"' wrote the edit 16. Address Subject: Authority S. Reppert a very sick man. United States. Positions paying or of an exchange, "will be exceedfor Bible teaching, Mr. and Mrs. George Owens are from $60 to $80 per month to be- ing interesting, as it will contain R. E. Lee. v Providence choir. rejoicing over the arrival of a fine ginners You can qualify in 3 or the names of all our delinquent i7. Song, But when the lime 18. Address, Rev. 0. C Metcalf. boy yesterday. 4 mouths time. For full details subscribers." write to the National Telegraph came to send out the next issue it 19. Song, Maretburg choir. It costs more for a dull merchant was discovered that there were no Eld. T. D. Mullins. 20. Address, oil his goods Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio. to brush the dtlst delinquent subscribers. 'They had J. W. Niceley, aged 17, died at all paid" up! In a time when you 21. Song by classes alternately. than it would to advertise and sell Program vyill be carried out as the home of his uncle John Nice-ley- , think not we propose to test the et them. near as practical. on Skaggs creek, Wednesday ficacy of the above. When a man begins .by saying. Dinner will be served at the noon morning after an illness of two "To tell you the truth," you may hour. typhoid fever. Mr. Nice Who weeps with you when you be pretty sure he is going to tell weeks of Everybody is cordially invited to ley had h hemorrhage of the nose are.sad, and laughs with you when you n lie, come and bring your baskets. which begun Fridav and continued you are glad, and smiles with you The ball game played Saturday until his death, that being the ini when you are mad the editor. by Mt. Vernon and Walnut Grove mediate cause of his death. He Who has to be both kind and wise ORLANDO. on the former's grounds, resulted was a son of the late Sherman and never (hardly ever) lies, and in a score of 14 to 14. Niceley. The remains were laid when he does creates surprise the Mrs. Rhoda Evans, of this place The damage suit of G. W. Gent- to rest yesterday in the Niceley editor. Who owns a heart as well Is visiting friends and relatives in Mullins, as cheek, possesed of spirit proud Clav couutv. Wallace ry Jr. against Rev. J. E. Blackburn burying ground. yet meek, and lives on forty cents the son of B. G. Mullius, has been yesterday for $1100.00 was decided We call attention to the anvery low with flux and their little in favor of the defendant. nouncement of W. H. Lewis as a n week the editor. nine mouths old baby was taken Lee Wiggins was'shot and killed candidate for County Court Clerk Some people think it a mystery with the same trouble and lived.but at the home of Clell Smith, who which appears in the proper col- that notwithstanding good advice a few days. It was buried in the lives near Brodhead, Sunday night umn in the issue. This is Mr. their boys grow up to be wild and The bereaved Wiggins who Lewis' first venture on the political reckless young men. If these boys Auey graveyard. by Smith's wife. parents have'the sympathy of the had arena; he was born and reared in were taught from law f Smith, was a brother-iinfancy that entire community in their sad hour gone to the latter's house under the the county and with the exception home was the proper place foi But their loss, dear A difficulty of the last few years, during which then after dark, rather than prowl- of affliction. influence of whiskey. when Wig- time he has been engaged in rail- ing around the streets, annoying friends is heaven's gain. D. G, arose between tbera, Clark, who has typhoid Jeter, is gins drew his reverter, struck road work he has made his home well and ick people alike, much of slowly recovering. Smith over the head, is reported to among us and is well known to a this mystery might be explained, Ben Barnett is very sick at this us. was attempting tt shootSmith large majority of people ol the and young men with better moral time. Mrs. Jennie Ball, of Ford, lheNsbot county. when Mrs. Smith gra )bed character and more intelligent Ky.,swho has been visiting friends cun firing, the entire load entering Last week was the autumnal miuds would be the result. No at this place, will return to her Wiggins' stomach killing him in- equinox. The sun apparently parent need expect pure morals in today Lela May, the instantly. Mrs. Smith and her hus- ' crosses the line'' on Sept: 22nd on a boy that prowls the street at night home fant child of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. band were arrested by deputy sher- its way to give the southern half of even if he does go to Sunday school Laswell.died Sept. 30th at half here iff John .Robins, and brought the earth its summer season, and to past four in the afternoon, after an PROGRAM. lodged in jail to await Monday and leave the northern hemisphere to illness of several months. It seemtheir examining trial which is set the mercy of old boreas for a few ed that all the medical aid that The following is the program for One amusing fact con- months. At this time the days for was of no avail. it is. that a short time and nights are equal, the sun rising Rally Day at Maretburg church could be rendered nected with The Doctor and his wife have the before the killing Wiggins had at 6 a, m. and setting at 6 p. m. Sunday, October 6th: sympathy of all. We ate glaa to passed the residence of John Hop-j)e- The time is usually followed by a 1. Prayer. think, and hear them say, "God's by congregation. firing several shots ipto the storm epoch of a few days or weeks 2. Song will be done, not ours," for it was Welcome address, Hopper house to which Mr. Him who has bereft us of the one when there is chilliness, cloudiness 3. S. H. Martin. we loved so well. promptly respouded with a double windineas and more or less rain. S. E. Chandler. barrel shot gun, and when the Last week we had a touch of these 4. Response, is Song, Freedom choir. A dear one from us taken, later 5. body was carried back a little ' A voice forever still. sudden chilly spells, but it is prob- 6. Class exercise. by Mr. Hopper's home, he was able that the worst will come soon. Green Hill choir. A place made vacant in our home sure that he was the one who had Astronomy teachesus that this is 7. Song, Which never can be filled. Subject: Some things fired the fatal shot and early the the ending of summer and begin- 8. Address needed in next morning he" was in Mt. Ver- ning of winter. The morning KANSAS. HARD TIMFS-IRev. M. G. Fish. himself to the non to surrender stars now aTe Jupiter and Mercury, " The old days of grasshoppers Skeggs Creek choir. officeis, and was lodged in jail. and the evening stars are Venus, 9. Song, D. B. Chandler. and drouth are ahnest forgotten in came to Rockcastle only a Mars and Saturn. The most bril- 10. Address, Hopper the prosperous Kansas of Oak Hill choir. although a citizen of Codell, Earl Franklin liant of them now Is Mars and the 11 Song, fews weeks ago from (evening view is very striking. Ex 12 Address Subject announced, Hamburg, has not yet forgotten county. PERSONAL But-delt- r '.Mn. . .:'. M - suits .inu overcoats to lit and to pleasn the most critical buyers Bvury woll att'irod.inan or bby 'must have the season's 4iost carefully made clothes. We have theniv Jl'liey want you t see them. Now is the. time. tve, , JL1 s sv2ZS22& SHIELD . yh Brantli and Clothings Ave mN8C Aftjf CAPS 5MR BRUND SHOES :M 4RE Bmor s y jJr ii Hats, $1.50, $3.00 and up. Caps, 25 and 5o cents. hlKUSmAml ,. The line of "Star Brand';, I s shoes we carry'ia the kind that has tho star on the heel, this ' to-da- star is a guarantee that the J . -- ., - f- jRWW. . shoes are honestly constructed and will give satisfaction. ' r 4f 3ln ' A. rial is used. These shoes aro made by perts in teu big specialty tories. exfac- . Only tho "best of a mate- - " The "Society" is "Star?', many stylos or-gi- This one is whole-countr- C.(-1- jffljf $3. SO. A2 JV( -- 4 ' .. x jkSZ i the-wor- k com.-plete- d . (;? ! $3CDe$3yiC? cl '':'Wt&$fe ', i 1 a. . says: , haid time he encountered, He "I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day, and could find no relief until I tried Dr. King's New Discovery, it took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by Ohas. C. Davisdruggist. 50c and Trial bottle free. 1. OOOUUUUOOOO QOOOOOGCSOOOOUOQGOCQOUOOOOOOUOOOOCOOOU GOG 3 3 A 3 Thejman or woman who earns a trood salary has mado preparation. Let us help you to prepare for a Rood position. Wo have holped others and can holp you. GOOD POSITION FOR YOU. CD o o c c e . r SHORTHAND, 3 3 I y and partment of tho all- - BOOKKEEPING, TYPEWRITING other commerolal branches taught Ir tho Business De-- SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. Write for loalllct giving particulars and showing what our students hrivo been ablo to accomplish. Address V J. C. LEWIS OR E. H. LYLE, LONDON, KY. o o o o a c c 8 000 nonnn'jooouQOOOuuouoyuooGOonooocnoeefioo nooooooo oo Does Your , Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 times each 'day. Does it send out good blood or had blood? You know, for good blood is good health; bad blood, bad health. And you 'know precisely what to Ayer's take for bad blood Sarsaparilla. Doctors have liver. ii. jiiuuHi-s- . ulutancci ale then absorbeil Into the Keep the bowele ufieu hiuiajciiiiih. iJnDrAM MCMnDiAi w w nnu onunni fcMuixwvv.i ivii-iv- ivi 1 1 v tu (to .pfl 5jf I i m ; Strong teachers in all departments High School, Grammar, Intermediate, Primary, Music, Cooking.nnd Sewing. Only three places loft in'the dormitory and cottages, but good homes in the town aro open to students. Terms: Board and tuition, $105.00. Tuition alone; 30.00, 20.00, $15.00. For catalogue, address: MISS IDA M. I R M TAVLOIl, Principal, Mount Vernon, Kentucky. S u c endorsed it for 60 years. lulih One frequent came of bail blood It ssBsmsmssssmssssB'Bss-SB- & ':, r,t COLLAR LAUEL flyer's w.i....ii.Mtil the gm M Mdbf J.O.AyerCo.,Iwn,MM.. juo manunoiurora as HAIR VIGOR. AOUE CUBE. CHERRY PECTORAL. "S&HEMfJJffZfZMXfW&i formal, of 11 We oubllib our medlel.ee. STEVENS WHEN YOU SHOOT ItWYot 1 IT'S A K.SK n to-da- gonernl appearance stand point, as all suits, ovon the poorest grades, look good before thovnro worn To buy ctotlies from St r, ) l bo il bird, bcait or target. Mate your ihoti count by ahooting tn aix.vt.fia. For ii vcan STEVENS ARMS hare carried off PREMIER HONORS lor AC- Our line 1 CURACY. want lo MIT what you we aiming at IT'S SAFE rrssB Wm Iffvil WWW Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols I)ellr in. ttltontbeSTKYIN!. Ifyoueaunol bbuln. we snip aireci, rr. Ask your Send M frllt ref,ttj. upon Cauloff of coiDulcte output. A valuable buoVofrefer care for prcient and prospective Ihooteil. 4dl.la ttimpt fll tHH with the To buy clothing Shield label ns shown abovo, attached to colla... The retail price is also attacked to coat sieve. ITS,.GUAAANTEED. aFOK TALK 11Y Sunday-school- N Aluminum Hanger will Beautiful three-colbe forwarded for 10 centt in ttampi. Ji Stevens Arms OHIOOFEB & Tool Co., MAB&, XT. ; P.O. Box09 A, OLIVER, Livingston, - Ky. 9 J. MIXS, S. A.' JKS?r - in . a Ji M i t;ste ' DISCOLORED SPOTS OK PAGEJ ( wtTJT t4&Q'ieQ3&e&C-9&&9a"(&aSi69Q886fr0mmHm Scott's Emulsion strehgthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for healthy growth. ALL DRUCCISTSl THE NEW WAY TO TAX MORTGAGES Growth in Favor of the Registration Plan. Geveral States Now Tax at Five Dollars a Thousand When Lodged For Record Having Good Effect. DRIVEN AWAY"-B- Y Keep Your TAXATION Vprv larpp. fiinifnl Withdrawn From . i i Bowels Open It Is a noticeable fact, and one which any doctor will verllv that DeoDle who su ffer most often from disease are the ones who havo the most rlimniHv In keeping their bowels open. Regular bowel action is halt tho battlo of health. People who have a tendency to con Ipatfon must of necessity use soraethiac to help nature along. This should not be a violent aid liko salts or purgative waters, camariic puis or powders, but a syrup liquid that will dil the intestines ana memoranes that it comes in contact with. Children, women and weak people generally should never be given a ' txxcrtoc jdPL' The New Store Cur now Grocery storo is now ready for tho inspection of tho buying public und we invito you to call and soo our lino. Our goods aro all'fresh and our variety excells anything over offered in Mt. Vernon. Wo propose to supply the wants of our customers in every neiuucKy. EOc. AND $1.00. y $$g$&400000400-M00W4t- The Caso of the Walsh Estate In Lex Inoton Points Out a Dangerous Result of Our Tax System. , 9 $ : J ..-- , AS. ,- - If 1 . r ' v if r 1 t strong- phrsle, as the system. And Tim manner In which tho tax sys- Is (utile for the It weakens person becauio It strongest the tem of Kentucky may seriously affect relief simply (or that day, and then tho reac-- , In and you recently tlon sets Is needed Isaro worse off than bctoro. Its' business interests was a prompt but nentlolaxaWhat line of Groceries. 'given a very striking demonstration ttVO tOnlO like Dr. Caldirell'l Svnm Pemln THE BSSr PLACE IN ROOICOASTLE TO BUY have been taking It (or sixteen years in Lexington. Tho estate of Mrs. (PeopleIs being better llkod by more peoplo every All goods delivered in town. When you Clara Doll Walsh, amounting to about jvur. anything is mac is mis a Want. It IS iua reaauu else. Results are to sura In years unlike $750,000, had been for many Phone 56-1- . want groceries, call constipation, dyspepsia. Indigestion, llrer managed by tiro Security Trust com- trouble, biliousness, flatulency, sour stomach, weak bloated stom tch tucb Ills pany of Ioxlngton, as trustee. A pe- tbat a stomach,any or these ailmentsnndabsolutely cure ol Is A bottle costa W tition was filed recently in tho Fay- cuarantced. hundred timog hut to any npll anil ! Is a tbat ' ette circuit court, asking tho court worth roomers Keep it constantly lalufforer. wise the bouse beoauso It Is needed at some to terminate the trusteeship, so that for emergencies, every Next door to Bank of Alt. Vernon, time or other by family. member o( Mrs. Walsh might put her property in Dr. Luclla Underhill. the medical the superintendent o( the Working Woman's Home of Chicago Kentucky. Mt. Vernon, tho hands of a .trust company In St. has kept her charges in perfect health by the use Louis. Tho Security Trust company, of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin whenever a stomwhich had been acting as trustee, did ach complaint was brought to her attention. No other laxatlre Is used In the Home. Duy a bottle not oppose this suit, it being distinct- yourself today and watch the prompt and per- PilONK No. 53. MAIN STKKKT, YEUNON, Kl ly stated In the petition of Mrs. Walsh manent results. wishing to try that tho services of the trust company EDCB TCCT Those SrjD Penth before buy I I well's had been In overy way satisfactory, lug can luvi i CO sample bottle sent to their home by tree $DC&D: 4pZ$frd&k j provstnaiwe but that tho taxes Imposed upon her aaareising w company, inisoncrisio open to thote remedy will do is we claim, ird Is only kj property were too burdensome. who Save never taken It Send lor It II you have any of stomach, liver or bowel disease. Tho peculiar feature of the caso lies symptomseffective laxative for children, women Gentlest yet most and old In the fact that Mrs. Walsh, herself, folks. A guaranteed, permanent home cure. THE PUBLlO VERDICT: resides in St, Louis nnd, therefore, at DR. CALDWELL'S "No Uxatlve So Hood and Sure SYRUP PEPSIN." This proouct claims that her personni property bears purity guarantee No. 17, Washington, D. 0, In PEPSIN SYRUP CO. should not bo taxed at Lexington ldwell Bldfl., Montloella, III. 118 ."-"mmkma. the hands of her trustee. The court f is i of appeals having hold otherwise, and Sold by CHAS. C. DAFIS. & Mrs Walsh, not feeling justified In an Overcoat paying a tax rate of $2.70 on tho atmamiammmmmtamawammmtmmmimfmmmmmmmu(stocks, bonds nnd other Investments Farms For Salk. I have twi here for YOU line-- Co In tha hands of the Kontucky trustee, fnnn, 12.5 acres in one and 108 ii since she could not derive any poisl-bi- the other located Hi ns, Caskets nnd Robos. miles Eabt o good from tho payment of this A big stock to to romovo the property Bee Lice, which I wish to sel tax, decided All Mail, Telegraph or To'eselect from. privately Good improvement. to tho state of her residence phono orders Promptly For lurther information addre' A conildcrablo part of tbo estite The prices are G. B. Sutton R. P. D.tfo i wns Invested In local securities the right, the quality is Filled. Bee Lick Kj bonds of local corporations and real June right, the style is n v'- cstato mortgages This will mean right. $kyc& that the money will gradually be Wantkd: Hickory and White "It pays""to dress from Investment In these local mk Spokes. Will pay hiphts well." A man's securities and," reinvested by the St. personal appearance LouH trustee in other securities, thus narket price. Also Hickory aii buts. Will give ptit-iconstituting a loss of that much White-oahas much" to do with application. monuy to enterprises in and around his success in life. W. H. Carmical, Lexington and Fuyetto county. It Kantbebeat overMt. Vernon, Ky. means Just that much greater scarcity coats meet the deof na.'ded capital, mand for high class Tho Lexington Herald has been, goods at prices withenergy and skill, showing with gre-a- t COR a NEW and COMPLETE Lino o GENERAL I in the reach of all. tho rot.lt of this' sort of taxation on Mjb. 'CJIANDiSE, Remember that Wo havo tho tho business Interests of the state. It We want to show est nt the LOWEST of monoy that will be loaned on mort- points out, among other things, tho In gages and result In a hardship to bor consistency In tho decisions of our Why llIlmilnJIfflf8it-Irorowers It should be remembered, courts, which hold that a man who II Kantbebeat lives In ono Kentucky county and has mHrjHTliinil i nlso, that tho borrowers affected In I clothes Intuuglblo personni property, such as this caso are of tho very best class t Cheaper than wood. Will last lifetime. are farmers who need to ralso money on stocks, bonds, or monoy. In tho hands If Jll(iest Aardt Wsrld'f Fair, St. Leuli. ItOI. tholr farms; men of small means who of a trustod in nnnther county of KenTAILOR-MADE.- " doslro to borrow monoy to build tucky, must pay tho tax In tho count I II homos, as well as men who plodgo of his itjtldonco and not In tho count CINCINNATI. O. aaiaVfl m Jt T1ma An-f tnM4Vj M Aid nU Al a XJIU1J III U11U 1UUK. llliuuuu 111c new S1I1C Ul 3U113 uuu uvtitudis v5rfcythlv Irustee resides: but If tho 0nr 100 ti Uu e( Iros Tenet iloira la oir ctlt- noal rjstnto tp aid thorn jln oxtiuialve jpand lcitt.f Low prLes will surprise joe. moves entlrl uiiiining or industrial operation.! The o(ner'of y& e tu. C possibility of borrowing tho money out 6t the: stati.', then ho must pay a tax in tho county where tho ttustou they need from private sources has nluays been of groat advanlngo to resides, as well as pay tho tax in tho people of these clnstes, especially In stato where ho takes up his new resismall towns and cilros wlioro there. dence, thus constituting double taxnro not so mnny trust companies mak ation. Consumed With Taxation. ing loans Tho louder might Rtand In her petition asking for tho tho burden of tho tax If he were alMrs. Walsh lowed to add that amount to his rate chongo in trusteeship of Interest, buf ho Is hcadod off In says; "Plaintiffs desire, if said Clara BODHEA D, KY. not that direction by tho usury Inws. In Hell Walsh ofbo the entitled to a trusteo, that Granite and Marble Monument.' many casfs lie takes chances on this dlschargo point and by Various devices will con- there bo a change In tho per- and Tombstones manufactured by trive to collect, from tho borrower son of said trustee, and If it can ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO somo oxtra premium by way of offset be dono that tho funds and property to (his tux ho must pay on tho inort In trust be tram f erred to a trustee Also Agents for Iron Fence. SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL. You can't afford to miss the old reliable Store gage In this way tho burden fulls duly qualified undor and resident In D. B. Albright, Managf tho state of Missouri, where they dltect on the borrower and must Infor your SPRING and SUMMEJl LONDON, KENTUCKY. evitably tond lo Increase tho Interest havo their home. Plaintiffs state that reasons why a chnngo of trustee tbo rntn on morlgngo loans Establishod'olevon years. Christian inlluonces. Idotl. Ttinl a tax on mortgages does io is dosircd do not In any manner rclatr Increaso tho Interest rate on mort-gafi- to tho conduct or fidelity of said trus si'). Military training. Thorough work. Music and loans has been clearly proved by tee, but are on account of tho henv B isincss, specialties. Work provided for needy "and auction-sal- e Wc carry no shoddy, second-hanburdens of tnxatlon imposed on said Iho experience- of New York, dc ?ei;vifig students. VIA School opens Tuesday, Soptotn It Is npt to be supposed that there cstato by reason of tho residence of only the, best, such as we can congoods, will be any opposition to tho tax on tho trusteo In a stato nnd city differber 3rd, Write for catalogue. Addross scientiously recommend to our customers.. ent from tho home of tho beneficiary." mortgages on tho part of corporations Court of Appeals Decision. which have money to lend, since, bj Call and see us when in need of anything in Tho Herald adds tho following fact tow, banks and trust rompanUs aro as to tho case. "Under this decision of our line. Phone No. 83. not specifically taxed on loans Hut any banker dlsllkcB to iho court, Mrs. Walsh's personal prop see anything dono that restricts tho erty In tho hands of tho Security Rmourit of available capital In the Trrst company would bo liable foi Pun hiaio. for such restriction of available city, state and county tuxes hero; and $ooc$ac8ac) of capital means restriction of busi- realizing that she, a tho state, could lorlvo no possible ness, rostrlctlon of all forms Niagra Fall Excursions Jvii of progress that make tho state benefit from taxes paid to tho city on more prosperous experience has, up her personal property, Mrs. i Walsh Queen & Ores.seni Rotite Tulv 2,' to this time, demonstrated that the takes this means of getting possession uid to August 1 1, and 17 Wri only beneficiaries of tho attempt to of her property. Tho removal of I. C King, C. P. A., Lexingtu-Kv.- , rigidly tax mortgages are the fDrelgn tho estate to another stato is a powerfor particulars, Insurance companies, which come Into ful argument against tho wisdom of . the stale and lend their money and the system of taxation In forco In aug.-sbeing resident In other stntes, do nolJ Kentucky; for though tho investhave to pay a tax on their mortgages, ments made by the trusteo In local L,. Growing girls need care, advice and medicine, Tho same registration tax whor H securities are bo sato and highly rehas been adopted Is applied to the garded as to be retained, yet when a especially on reaching the age of puberty. A reinvestment is made It is likely that mortgages filed by railroad and deT mother's tender care and words of caution will This Is proving a more a largo portion of tho funds will be Mt, Vernon-- - Kj Vernon JjSacSa Monumenta effective way of taxing bonds Invested olsewhere, thus depriving A PROMPT. EFFEHTIVC often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a than tt First-Clas- s ) REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF this community and state of so much i toko tho chance of Individual holder-r.eln- g j- gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is badly needed capital for Its progress Work. willing to give them In for ta WORKS flon which they gonerally fail to do, and development. Wine of Cardui, Poverty or Perjury. 3FFICE: At residence, on OK n vl w of tho fact that the honds Lumbmao, SoMca, Neuralgia, of HTU raiely pay more than 5 to 10 per cent, It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the "A prominent attorney of this city, Main St,, known ns the C. C. Wi Kidney Troublo and 'VlDEALEK iuMnrbles am and three f.ft'is to three Ouiths nf In" dlscuEslng before tho Taxation liams residence. Kindred Dlaoaaaa. functions, clear the complexion and strengthen Committee of the Kontucky senate in would rl en GIVES QUICK RELIEF Granite Monuments of al this gatherertave to bebonds up to fio 1905 the tax system of our state, dethe constitution. Phonb No. 73- If tho ADDlled externall v It affords aim nut In. ax are listed stunt relief from pain, while permanent I kinds. 'Estimates furnisho with the assessor. And men will not nounced our personal property tax ar It is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It results owjjeinar euectea Dy tamnsr It Innecessarily leading either to povert ternally, rjurifvintr the blood, dlssnlvlnr I "llllngly tulmlt to confiscation. C. C. on application. the Poisonous substanca and removing I I has tided thousands over a critical period, and subject pf taxing credits Is ono or perjury. We do not know whether fho . ATTORNEY-AT-LAiiuni uio system. of tho most difficult In tho rpalm nf any statistics on the subject are availGEORGE OWENS. saved them from years of suffering. It can never DR. S. D. BLAND able, but we think It a safo guess that I Of Ilrcwtou. Gn,i wrltcai MT. VERNON. KY. taxation, and It Is a Hold where misI MI had beAtl AanfrarAp rn..nnmlMAf.uM do harm and-i- s sure to do good. takes aro most costly, because It Is nt least three fourths of all the IntanwlttaLurabnaroandKhfatnatlsailnmyfttxiiacd On 2cd. floor of I letri, and tried all tbe remedies that 1 could the taxation of this form of property gible personal property, such as I gather from medical worki.and aleo eoneulted A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls Church that drives capital from tho com- bonds, notes, and cash, which Is as The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on nuuaunmiwroiiDfl Deet Dnraieiini. nutronnn I notlilnir tbat ears the relief obtaloed from given sessed for taxation In Kentucky, Is In street. Special attention and women. munity, and to drive capital from tho "0 DK011I." I toall tirewrlbe It In my practice J (or rbeumatlim and kindred dlieaiev' community moans tho curtailment cf tho hands of fiduciaries. Is it a fair to collections. At every druggist's in $1.00 bottles. Try it. DR. C. L. GATES all tho enterprises that build up tho and manly thing to place upon thoso Phone No. 80. Hancock. Minn., writes! I community nnd add to Its population least able to bear It nearly all tho "AllttleelrlborekadeuchawoakbackeaBMd br Ilbenmatlsin and Kldnev Trouhl tht .tm I burdon of such a tax?" and to the value of its real estate. wii'uiiuviwuuoiijiBrHtT me moment tuey iI puttier downouthenoorahewouldacreani 1 ETROPOLITAIi Drug?, Stationcy, Cigar?, Tobccop, painty OJ and Patent JVlclicinef:. Diseases of Children A SpecWfg. S. C. DAVIS, Prop. M $X$6eJ: Q&D& GRANVILLE OWENS fNDEAKER Brodhead K. complete rbbr A COMPLETE LINE, Prices It will bo- interesting when a year has rolled around to csllmnto tho amount of tux that has boon collected in Kentucky by tho stato and by counties on real estate lieu notes and mortgage notes. This Bubjoct of mort-gugo taxation is ono that Kentucky should very carefully consider, in most states it has boon recognized that to tax mortgages la to Impose double taxitlon, since by tho borrowing of money upon real cstato no now property has been created, but only property twice. It tins bean tho considered, however, that tho Btato Is entitled to somo revenue from this Eourco, and other states have solved tho problem by lovylng a registration tax upon mortgages Under this system, when a mortgage is filed for record It pays a tax of flvo dollars on ench thousand dollars of tho amount secured by the mortgage. No buuho-iiuetux Is Imposed and tho ontlro amount of tho lax collected goes into tho ulate treasury. Vhre this system has boon tried, tho result has beer, a considerable Increase In tho rovenuo from taxation of mortgages Tho system which wo aro trying In Kentucky, by which tho county dork Is required to mako n correct return to tho asEcnsor of all mortgages, givrs very Jittlo chance for any mortgages to cscapo taxation, so that to adopt In Kentucky tho ays mm of a registration tax on mort-gagwould not bo productive of more revenue, and might possibly bo prnducllo of loss; but It Is questionable whether the slight additional dorived from those mortgages makes up for the injustice done to tho borrowers of money. It Isnot concelv-ublthat a man will lend money at S or (J per cent, and then pay from 2i4 lo ?, per cent in tho way of tax, and yet It would amount to this In very many ofoiir Kentucky cities nnd towns. Mather than do so, since ha ran not now, under tho law.avold disclosing his possession of tho mort-gagtho lender will simply retire from tho monoy londlng market. Thoso restrictions curtail tho amount rev-cnuo a W. H. CARMICAL & CO. - 1 jj Dr.Ctld-riiC- 3XX3rCX There C DDJ3li K o o. with-diaw- k A FULL LINE 1 1 Of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hardware "SUPERIOR TO W a Queens waare, Groceries and Dry Cait-sa- a Goods. (Zr y I. W. H. RICH, jgrodhcad Andrews Kentucky Work? Marc Sold by -- -' s3 J. Fish. DCiCX &3&3$D b. JONAS McKENZIE DEHfO MIES Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Notions d - J. O. LEWIS, Prin., London, Ky. thelr-mort-g- age Queen i Crescent ite JONAS McKENZIE Growing Girls- M. yw s 6 MYERS, Dentiet. RHEUMATISM fffff32 Manufacturer Williams., J 1 ! 1 YOUR LIVER E.- I with imlne. I treated her with A.nHoPH"aiiiitniv I be runs arotina ae well and bapp ai can be. I m escrl be ' for my patlen U and uie I in mi tyietvviw If you are suffering with Rheumatism, i Lumbago, Sciatica. 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