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Published Every frf F d6 rl ay i flflfl1 1unp ifl4L UJU lM XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 18 1908 NUMBER 51 j R J A ANDA1L f j I i TALKS LOUD Dont forget your cash as these are cash 1 prices BEST i CALICOES i v 5 Cents p E For the next 30 days I wil sell all 10 cent rtaicles at 7cts 25lo u iQcts I 50c M 39cts 1 ygcts k f LiT Iv CW r5Q2rc I MENS Suits worth 1600 now i3oo K Suits worth 1500 now 1200 g Suits worth 1200 now Qoo Suits worth 800 now 650 Suits worth 750 now 550 YOUTHS V I Suits worth55o now 400 CHILDRENS I Suits from 80 cents to 2 1 Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 3cents f Prices on Shoes the same as other goods Come while they las- tDont forget the GashJ SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to qnow 150 to 250 a great bargain A lot of LinoliuinCaroMCaadl Rugs COME NO- WGTJOHNSON OK STORE Mt Vernon Ky j A BRYAN TIDAL WAVE West In Revolt Against Repub Party Ilican BANK DEPOSITS Issue Making Thousands of Votes For Democrats In the Agricultural States The TaftForaker Reconciliation Light on a Famous IncidentDemo cratic Outlook In the EastIBy WILLIS J Certainly never was a campaign opened so tardily or pressed so lazily This criticism applies equally to the Republican and the Democratic organizations Two hundred yards from the room In which I am writing are the western headquarters of the Republican national committee estab lished with a fine comprehension of the fitness of things in the Harvester building owned by the harvester trust A whole floor of this building la occupied by the branch headquarters It Is populated by typewriters and clerks who sit all day swapping tortes and smoking cigarettes About once in ten days the itinerant Hitch cock drops In looks wise gives out an encouraging Interview and rushes forth to Hot Springs or the Middle Bass club Skeptics do say that this lethargy In the Republican headquar ters in Chicago is like the sleeves of Ah Sins poker jacket planned with Intent to deceive Of the two rival organizations the Democratic committee has made the greater advance Its press bureau has been in active operation for u month though it may properly be said that the national press bureau of Washington though wholly unofficial began under my management this same work not less than two years ago The bureau of organization under the direction of Hon John W Tomlinson of Alabama has made notable progress in the organization of clubs throughout the country And apropos of this matter of club organization I wish here to urge all who desire to cooperate with the national committee to communicate with Mr Tomlinson at the headquar ters In the Auditorium Annex this city and receive the necessary Instructions and blanksA Financiers View Dont let the big bankers or the great metropolitan newspapers which pull chestnuts from the fire for those banks delude you with the Idea that all financiers are against the Demo cratic plan for the guaranty of bank deposits For example the president of the Bankers National bank of Kan sas City liana addressed some time ago letters to all the bankers of Kansas asking their pinion of the plan Up to Aug 23 127 bankers had replied Of these eightyseven or threefourths were In favor of the plan seventeen were noncommittal and only twenty five were opposed to It Xo wonder the Republican state convention In open defiance of the Republican national convention adopted it as its own But more In a statement to the New York Times Mr George H Coffin a former deputy comptroller of the currency takes sharp Issue with that paper on its attitude toward the plan for protecting the peoples savings As to the authorship of the measure he Mr Bryan Is pot the only advocate for at the t session of congress Mr Fowler Itepi oilcan chairman of the com mittee on banking and currency introduced bill 12677 which provided for the guarantee ofOIall individual deposits all bank notes all bank deposits and all gov ernment deposits without discrimination or preference This bill was referred to the banking and currency committee with Ho Republican majority and by It favorably reported to the house on Feb S So Mr Bryan Is not unique In his advocacy of this bank deposit guar anty Idea What Mr Bryan Mr Fowler merchants and depositors generally want Is some thing which will prevent a repetition of the financial catastrophe of last October when the business of the whole country was prostrated You say that not a sin gle depositor In any New York bank lost anything by the embarrassment of last October but how long did these depositors have their funds tied up where they could not use them And who can meas ure the suffering and hardships caused by the huge bank failures In New York city last fall Why the West Revolts This issue has made its greatest ad vance in the great agricultural states of the middle west To one who has studied tote history of the govern ments action during the twelve days bank panic of October 1907 the rea son for this western acclaim of a sys tem which will enable the depositor to get his money when he wants it is easily explicable Senator Gore of Oklahoma who I am told at the speakers bureau of the national committee is the speaker most In demand after Mr Bryan has trav eled far and wide during the course of this political battle But Gore is not only an orator ho is a very keen ob server of political conditions This may seem a strange thing to say of a man who through accident has been deprived of his eyesight since he was eleven years old But observation does not always proceed through the sight In nil other respects Senator Gore Is beyond and above the average capacity of men for judging of a political situa tlon Robust and self reliant he travels over the United States alone car Ing for himself And so when he lame into my office the other day to tell of the conditions he had found In the states in which he had spokes all the way from Oklahoma to Ohio he was listened to with notable respect by all present He declares that In his opinion the Bryan sentiment has ceased to be an undercurrent but is a tidal wave AJid like nearly all who have been out in the political wor of the cam paign he ascribes the foundation of this sentiment to the growing admira tiou for Mr Bryans character and eth ics and the sudden outburst of enthu siasm for the Democratic ticket to the wider appreciation and knowledge of the merits of the system of guaranty of bank deposits urged by the Demo cratic party Curiously enough as Senator Gore was talking on this sub ject a letter came In from a representative of the national committee who has been touring Ohio He re ported that the ostensible reconcilia tion solemnized fcy a perfunctory hand shake between Judge Tart and Senator Foraker at Toledo was not regarded with any degree of enthusiasm by the followers of the latt As the gentle man who wrote has been for probably forty years active in Ohio politics and as In this trip he lias visited every county in the state Ills opinion is of value More than this ho reported that a leading banker of Springfield 0T S Thompson who had always been a Republican was so impressed with the merits of the guaranty propo sltiou that he was making public speeches in its support- A Foraker Story And speaking of the senior senator from Ohio here is a story about him the truth of which I will not vouch for but which after having watched his course in the last two sessions of congress seems to me quite probable The narrative runs that a Democrat ran across Senator Foraker on a train In southern Ohio Naturally the talk turned upon politics sald Foraker What are your people lip at Chicago doing by way of organizing the negro vote I am afraid they are doing nothing was the response I am told they are very short of funds Well responded the senator you could do nothing better than to jump on a train and go to Chicago and tell those fellows at Democratic headquarters to do that work even if they have to rob a bank to get the funds The story is characteristic and it throws some light on the reality of the recon ciliation of Foraker with the residuary legatee of President Roosevelt The Democratic Campaign Book- I have had a Tong and rather regret ful experience with campaign text books in the Democratic organization Usually they come out about the time the campaign Is ended and even If properly prepared would be at that date of no value whatsoever Those of 1900 and 1901 set side by side with the Republican publication of the same nature were enough to bring lrblush even to tho hardened cheek of thepolitician but thbte at book of this year was out before that of tho Republicans and is admirably prepared and edited It Is fair that credit should be given to the three members of the text book committee Hon J E Lamb of Indiana Hon Josephus Daniels of North Carolina and Mr Richard L Metcalfe the managing editor of Mr Bryans Commoner The book is in fact a text book and is packed full of meat for speakers writers and stu dents of politics It is a long narrow volume of about 300 pages shaped so as to go readily into the pocket Nol one who purposes taking an active part in the campaign should tan to se cure one While prepared primarily for gratuitous distribution among Democratic speakers and Journalists the committee will have a sufficient supply on hand to furnish copies to those who may write for them at the price of 25 cents each post paid Orders should bo addressed to the text book committee Democratic national head quarters Auditorium Annex Chicago Colonel Lewis In Maine There Is no more picturesque nor scarcely any more misunderstood fig ure in American politics than Colonel James Hamilton Lewis of Chicago Partly no doubt the latter is his own fault Nature heaped upon him cer tain mannerisms which his friends think he sometimes cultivates But the man who picks Jim Hamas he is called both affectionately and jocularly for a fool will find that he has picked up an exceedingly hot proposi tion He demonstrated this fact first when he was in congress as a repre sentative from Washington There has never been a Democrat at least during my experience at the capital so apt at retort as he Even Tom Reed with the biting tongue hesitated to attack Colonel Lewis However this is all beside the fact What I wanted to say is that Colonel Lewis has spent his vacation this Bummer stumping Maine and Connecticut He returns with the prediction that Bryan can carry both states I am a little shy of the predicting business myself and would hesitate to accept the Maine proposition Yet the nation al commItteeman from that state at the Chicago headquarters the other day Insisted that the governorship was held by the Democrats beyond doubt and that in November it was within the bounds of possibility that the national ticket might be carried Colonel Lewis pointed out these rea sons for confidence in certain other states In Connecticut the issue is the absorption of the New York New Ha ven and Hartford by the New York Central which has offended the people and the Republican national committee man Charles F Brooker is blamed for it In Delaware the elevation of Du Pont head of the powder trust a cor poration now under indictment for conspiracy to place In the highest financial counsels has disgusted the voters In New Jersey the Republican party is torn by factional fights and tent by dissension over Sunday clos lag laws In Maine the fight is btf tween state prohibition and local op tion the latter favored by the Democrats and Mr Lewis prediction is that upon that they will jcarry the state Chicago DeWitts little Early Risers are small pillr easy to take gentle and sure SoW by Chas C Davis OTTAWA The farmers are getting busy saving fodder in this vici t Tart Proctor and family Mr and Mrs Joe Cash of Wabd Tilde n Laswell tad d to J T Brown a team of horses and wagon for his farm Sorghm making is beginning to be the order of the day in this sec on and the boys and girls are having a good time eating ingsWhooping cough is raging in this vicinity Tart Proctor has had a new coat of paint added to his dwelling which helps the looks very muchMrs Jackson Scotland child visited her father J J Brown Saturday night and SundayDan Brown Sr was in Biodhead Monday on business J S Cash our hustling merchant is having a splendid trade Jesse Brown and family visited Rev John Elder and family Saturday a Sunday f Cash Sunday with his mother Mrs J110I Cash of Wabd Summer has come and gone Old Crim jI r ing nigh ga1nJ- V Brown is having his dwelling repaired to some extent Laswell and son are doing a good business with their mill James Brown Jr visited Brent Brown of Quail Sunday night Kodol will without doubt make your stomach strong andwill almost instanJy relieve you of all the symptoms of indijestion It will do this because it is made up of the natural digestive juices ofIthe stomach so combined that completely digests the food justI as the stomach will do it so you see Kodol cant fail to help you and help you promptly It is sold here by Chas C Davis QUAIL Services were held at Providence Sunday night by Rev J kCooper of LoiiisvilieMaster Russel Al bright has pneumonia feverWm Taylor has a very sick childCorn cutting and sorghum making is the order of the dayP Q Griffin our merchant has gone into the under takers business he has supplies of caskets on handMiss Addie Davis is still in very poor health Services will be held at Providence Sunday conducted by Rev R D Gentry also Sunday night by Rev Riddle of Mt Vernon Burk and Johnson saw mill soon be ready for businessMrs Francis Mercer and son Arthur of Decauter 111 have been visiting her daughter Mrs J B Cummins Squire Thompson and daughter Miss Louisa have returned from IndianaNews is as scace as hens teeth this week rDEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND Send your donation no matter how large or small to Jonas Mc Kenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon and proper credit will be given and your name recorded in this list the Friday following the date of the remittance Small donations is what Mr Bryan is asking for Reported last issue3200C- ash 2 50 PONGO The farmers are very busy In this part saving fodder Elder Griffith is holding a series of meet ings at Walnut Grove Alec Mink has returned from Illinois but savs he expects to go bac- kso08Miss Angeline Renner daughter of Mr Elisha Renner was thrown from a horse and received a broken axmMr Ingrinn Rennet who is suffering from dropsy is improving I CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY ONE OF THE BEST ON MARKET For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has constantly gained in favor and popularity until it is now one of the most staple medicines in use and has an enormous sale It is intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as coughs colds and croup and can always be depended upon It is pleasant and safe to take and is undoubtly the best in the market for the purpose for which it is intended Sold by Chas c Davis O Jlu VXP C Et X J9L Ihra t A 1ka Kid blr Established 1887 JUDGE R G WILLIAMS 1 Who was declared the Democratic nominee for Commonwealths Attorney of the Kenton district by acclamation his two opponents withdrawing from the race on the day of the convention Cincinnati Enquire has this to sa of Jug Williams and the ticket nominated with him The ticket nominated by the Democrats at the Central Garden mass convention Saturday is looked upon as a winner by De nocrats allover the city The personnel of the ticket is realized as being ofa high order and the candidates are all wellknown citizens The dissatis faction that sometimes follows in the v a e of mass conventions is abse it in this instance and indications point to concerted action Judge Williams who was nominated without opposition for the office of Com monwealths Attorney besides enjoying great personal popularity is recognized as possessing every qualification for that im portant office and will conduct an aggressive campaign in behalf of Bryan Rhinock and the balance of the ticket YI1LLEBROR r Ait- Jpw 9 IMondayJ IT RINGS TRUE THROUGHOUT BEING THE FIRST ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOUR OF THE COWBOYS COWGIRLS AND INDIANS OF THE MOST FAMOUS RANCH IN THE WORLD AND COMPOSED SOLELY OF OKLAHOMAS PRAIRIE FEATURES AND- FIGURES THE ONLY EXPOSITION OF WESTERN BORDER LIFE OF ITS ORIGINAL KIND AND SCOPE BY VERY NATURE AND SOURCE IMPOSSIBLE OF DUPLICATION OR IMITATION A PRODIGIOUS CONSOLIDATION OF THE TWO 101 RANCH SHOWS ONE OF WHICH PROVED THE TRIUMPHANT FEATURE OF THE JAMESTOWN NATIONAL EXPOSITION AND THE OTHER FOR TWO MONTHS THE CONCEDED Amusement Sensation of New York City Cowboys Wild West Girls Vaqueros Senoritas Guardias Rurales Men and Women Sharpshooters Champions of the Lariat Rough Riders Line Riders Range Riders Pony Ex press Veterans Pioneers Trappers Hunters Scouts Heroes and Old Timers of the Wilderness Explorers Bullfighters Steer Throwers and Steer Tiers Horse Wranglers Buffaloes Longhorned Texas Cattle Bucking Broncos and Mustangs CowPonies PaintPonies and all the other real actual gen uine simonpure denizens of the cowcamp and range repro ducing the Sports Frolics Games Roundups Gallantries Hardships Perils Combats Adventures and Romantic Daily Happenings of their lives Everything except a Tenderfoot Indians fresh from Campfire and Council making their first acquaintance with Paleface Civilization in Fantastic Native Accoutrements and Paint and exhibiting their War Dances and other weird Rites and Ceremonies Pastimes Savageries Horsemanship Bow and Arrow Skill Methods of Hunting Trailing Trapping and Ambushing Exuberant western movement pervades our every long and varied programme number Every act and action is typical of the Ranch and Range Without Circus Vaudeville or Theatric adjunct or atmosphere OVERlAND TRAIL FORENOON STREET PARADE a Form your opinion of our Enterprise if you are not acquainted when we ride the principal thoroughfares in the morning Z p mTWO DAILY PERFORMANCES I Doors o en an hour earlier for FREE and welcome inspection of Indian and Cowboy Encampment Grand Stand Tickets sale at the Grounds continuously from 9 a m 9 p m ADULT ADMISSION soc CHILDREN 25c THEY TAKE THE KINKS OUT 4I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with increasingsatisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels without fuss friction says N H Brown of Pittsfield Vt Guaranteed satisfactory at CCDavis drug store a5c Rain or- Shine 8 p m our on to or Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby peevishCnscasweet harmful drugs and is highly recom mended by mothers everywhere Conforms to the Lational Pure food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis 1MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Sept 18 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 4 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MKMBFR OF K ENTUCKV PUESS ASSOCIATIO H iEMCItATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT Wm JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska FOR VICE PRESIDENT f JOHN W KERN 3 of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Court Cork We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party yFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate or Jailer uf Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TOHN D MILLER as a cadidate for County Court Clerk to fill out the un expired term aused by the death of his father M C Miller subject to the action of the Republican Primary Oct 15 1908 SHERIDAN ON BRYAN Never enthusiastic over Bryan and rather disposed to adverse critcism we never counted among the Bryan worshippers and we will not be so counted today This however can not prevent us from regarding Bryan as he is today and stating the opinion thus formed openly and above board The like of Bryan has never appeared in this country before His greatness has grown upon the pe9ple and to day he stands before them the most powerful American who ever rose to eminence either upon on his own merits or thtough the heritage from somebody else No instance has heretofore occurred nor can any instance be expected hereafter to occur in which people have so signally expressed their confidence in any man It is strange beyond conjecture complex beyond solution a nd intricate beyond demonstration- Without office without patronage without wealth Bryan has more influence in the United States today than five men that could be named including both Roosevelt and Mr Taft What is it that has put him next to the hearts of the people we do not pretend to say It is beyond our reasoning and above our conception Some say he is loved like Clay was loved others that he has magnetic power over the hearts of his partisans as Blaine had and more contend that he is revered But the truth is that neither the case of Clay nor Blaine nor Lincoln furnishes a parallel The love for Clay was largely sectional and partisan and the affection of the masses for Blaine was largely con jlned to the ranks of his own party Lincoln was not revered in his feti me In twothirds of the land of this great country he was tin popular after the assassins bullet had made him a national martyr Clay had patronage and represent ed wealth Lincoln had patronage but he stooped for the lowly and the weak although he was not clearly understood until death removed the din aud dust of the fierce combat in which he was the stem arbiter But sow different with Bryan An hiunble citizen BOW ona little farmjn Nebrasna with no in come except that of a platform speaker and not as zuuch tven as a clerkship to bestow he sits on his porch today influencing the course of more than seven millions of voters and shaping the destiny ol the greatest republic the world has ever known It is bossism it is leadership the highest broad jest most comprehensive leadership ever known in the politirs of nations Twice defeated foi the Presidency his name is upon more human lips at this hour than any leader living or cUad Mothers consecrate their duty by pointing out their sons to Bryan old men whitened in the seasons of struggle l and boys just girding on their armor pronounce the name of Bryan as the most illustrious and powerful champion of human liberty Why is it We do not know History furnishes no explanation Precedents are looking up in vain The past brings nothing to account for the present in the matter of the popular belief in Bryan Western Spirit Paola Kansas The nomination of Judge R G Williams as a candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of the Ken ton district is good news to Judge Williams many warm friends in this county The Judge is a hustler and when he goes after a thing goes to win Miller Bros 101 Ranch Wild West Show recruited entirely from the 101 Ranch at Bliss Okla will appear in Stanford Monday Sept 21 giving two performances and inaugurating the day with a big free street parade and free show on the grounds Many residents of this vicinity will take advantage of the opportunity to see the famous amusement institution The Miller Brothers entered the show business last year when the directors of the Jameatown Ex position Ut ged them as representa tives of the cattleraising business to give an arenic illustration of its features The show was a sensa tional triumph of the fair En thusiastic crowds flocked to its every performance never seeming to tire its stirring unwonted scenes and movement So tremendous was the popularity and patronage that New York City demanded an entertainment like it The Millers hurried back to the ranch re cruited another show and sent It on to Brighton Beach New York City where for six weeks it broke metropolitan records of attendance and favor The organization which is coming to that city is a consolidation of the two which astonished the country last year It is a living page from frontier history with out professionalism or theatrics Every figure and feature is original with the 101 Ranchcowboys cowgirls I dians bucking horses and trained cowponies champions of the lariat the gun and the bow and arrow longhorned steers pure blooded buffaloes emigrant schooners and prahie stage coaches Without variation of illusion the sports pastimes hardships chival ries perils and daily happenings of the ranch are reproduced The 101 Ranch show from its very nature and source is dfferent and distant from anything ever shown before under canvas It tingles with the atmosphere of prarie and mountain There is not a man or woman in it who has not learned the secret of the border far out on the praries and who cannot read the grass and the sky with understanding eyes The grand entry at each performance is a veritable echo of the plains and cattle trail Miller Brothers have aspired to make their preliminary stieet parade one that will remain a glorious memory to all who view its wonders More than 100 Indiens are a fantas tic featute and every person and animal with the organization is re quired to be in line Thecavalcade stretches more than a mile in length and is a moving summary of the West which knows no barbed wire or blocked trails WHEN TRIFLES BECOME TROUBLES If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foley Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brights disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKASTLB CIRCUIT COURT Citizens Natl Bank Lancaster Ky Plff vs Commissioners Sale R G Ward Laura B Ward W H Hoskins W B Smith and J H N SingletonDeftsB- y virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rend cred at its June term thereof 1908 1 shaltprocie to offer forsale at the door of the court house in Mt Vernon Roclcastle county Kentucky to the higiest and at public auc tion on Monday the 28th day of September 1908 between the hours of 9 ocll reguiscrilxiil property to wit A tract of hind located in Rockcastl county Kentucky mostly on the water of Copper creek antI bounded and dc scribed as follows Brginninji at a stake three pines and hickory pointer corner to a survey ii name of N Vilmott of 70 acres am 6 i poles N 78 from E D Kennedy locust corner on th narrows of tht Chestnut ridge thence S 78 12 W 6 I poles to said Kennedys locust ccrner N 82 W II poles to a small pine with chestnut oak and locust pointers on top of riclge NC5 V25 poles lo a pine am hickory and pine pointers 872 V39 poles to a gum on said ridge NS7 Wj3 poles to a small gum with gum and pin pointers SSji V6 poles to a stone pil on a ridge with two small chestnut point lees poles to a stake with two pol lar pointers on a ridge 836 Wi24 pole to a stake with hickory pointers N6 V32 poles to a walnut with pointers in hollow S35 W6o poles to a pint stum with pointers 836 Wloo poles to a hick my and a dogwood on a branch pointer NSO Ws6 poles to a chestnut oak with hickory pointers on a point 825 Ui8 410 poles to a C O snump on a ridg with hickory pointers S62 W23 poles to a fallen pine 840 W46 poles to a pine Nsg W59 poles to three white oaks 87 ii W3ii poles to a gum at the mouth of a drain 889 Wi6 poles to W 0 stump and Spanish oak on South of the branch thence croesing the branch 27t W78 poles to a W 0 stump Si6 E32 poles to a small chestnut Si W at 75 poles pass two C 0 lines on top of the knob iu all 13 poles to a leaning white oak S62 W at 195 poles pass a corner to Roth well in all 722 poles to a stake in the Hazard line known now as J C Boatmans near the road in lampblack hollow 858 E12s poles to Elmores on the bank of a cliff near a branch white oak now gone 534 W66 poles to a west line of Kennedy and Wilmott first 600 acre survey near poplar and gum 838 Eo poles to a small hick ory corner to land 600 acre survey thence with same K53 E at 190 poles across Mud Lick or Spruce Pine branch in all 210 poles to a pine aed hickory on a point S38 E74 poles to two pines on a flat in Raines line N52 Eo poles to a hickory and dogwood near a ledge of rocks corner to Malhy N3C W8 poles to a white oak Nio W88 poles to a white oak near a drain NSj E55 poles to a white oak stump NS W32 poles to a poplar and white oak on a hillside NS7 N36 poles to a white oak near a branch S38 WSo poles to a poplar and hickory pointers to Hazerds 40 acre sur vey N7o Eii2 poles to a Spanish oak in a deep drain 879 E36 poles to a W 0 poplar corner to Brooks N83 EI42 poles to the Hazard Corner now James Brooks N39 EiSo poles to J H Lazwells line N35 W at 40 poles pass Lazwell c corner in all 92 poles to a stake in Turg Trakes line on the chestnut ride S66 W38 poles to the beginning containing fourteen hundred and eighteen and ont fourth acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar have been sold without any person eer haviug experienced any other than bene ficial results from its use for coughs colds and lung trouble This is because the genuineFoleys He ney and Tar in the yellow packages contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but the genuine Chas C Davis William Randolph Hearst arrived iu Louisville Tuesday prepartary to speaking at the aIndependence League meeting tonight at Phoenix Hill Park He said that the principals advocated by the party of which he is the father were taking like wildfire throughout the country Kodol will in a very shoit time enable the stomach to do the work it should do and the work it should do is to dijest all the food you eat When the stomach cant do it Kodol does it for it and in the meantime the stamach is getting stronger and able to take up its regular natural work again Kodol digests all you eat It makes tha stomach sweet and it is pleasant to take It is sold here by Chas C Davis FOR SALK Having decided to leave the farm I desire to sell my thorough bred stallion Quarter Main and fine JackBiU Walker or I will trade ihem to good work mules W T CRAWFORD Sept n2tBrQdhead Ky VHITE8Cream Vermifuge TIE SUMUfTEEl WORM REMEDY THE CHfLDftgK 5 FAVORITE TONI CWARC er iMwriQPi KfBallardSnow c- BT ItOtlW MO ChasC Davis NEWS OF KENTUCKY lirslay Told Information Concerning Matters of Current InterestK lfto Kentucklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throuch Ht KntcIQI Lexington Ky Spet 15Mrs Will A Young will assist her husband in the defense of Beach Hargis who is soon to be tried for the murder of his father the celebrated feudist Mrs Young was admitted to the bar three months ago The plan of the defense is said to be to have her appeal to the Jury as a woman pleading with men to save the misguided youth who slew his father after enduring much inhuman treatment SISTER GUARDS CfclAVZ Sits Alone Through Long Nights in Cemetery Near Glasgow Glasgow Ky Sept 15 Pedestralns of this place for a week past who have had occasion to pass by the colored Odd Fellows cemetery after nightfal have seen a woman sitting at a grave the only thing to dispel the gloom be ing a dim uingy lantern An Investigation revealed the fact that the wom an was Gassy Rasberry colored of Indianapolis Ind and sister of Jesse Coe whose grave she is guarding Coe was killed tug 25 on Coe Ridge by a posse of officers while resisting arrest Coe was wanted in Indianapolis for killing a policeman The woman at the grave heard she said that an ef fort would be made to exhume the body of her brother and a week ago the night after he was burled after being shipped to Indianapolis and back here she took up her lonely vigil by the side of her brothers grave and no kind of persuasion will move her She lights her lantern and goes at dusk to the grave where she sits all night leaving only when the gray dawn ap pears FIREMAN SAVES CHILD Falls From Pilot With Baby but Nei ther Is Hurt Owensboro Ky Sept 15Charles May of Cloverport a fireman on a through Louisville Henderson St Louis freight train risked his life in an effort to save a twoyearold negro child from death under the wheels of his engine near Owensboro The train was going down grade at high speed when the engineer and fireman caught sight of a child playing on the track The whistle was sound ed and the engine reversed but the trainmen knew they would be unable to stop In time to save the youngster Fireman May sprang to the running board and to the pilot With a su preme effort he grasped the boy but in so doing lost his balance and fell from time engine He held to the child and dragged it from the track The train was stopped and the members of the crew rushed back to where May lay Neither he nor the child was seriously injured Mays brother was in change of the engine Say Rate Is Too Low Chicago Sept 15The rate for tel ephone service under the municipal regulations are too low to warrant the continuation of the policy of issuing additional stock to pay for new con struction according to an announcement made by the Chicago Telephone company following a meeting of the board of directors Hence new con struction will be cared for by a 15 000000 mortgage on the property as it stands the deed of trust to permit of additional bonds to tie extent of 75 percent of the cost of new construction Big Cement Plant BurnedILouisville Ky Sept 15The plant of the Cosiuosdale Cement company located at Cosmosdale seventeen miles southwest of Louisville burned last night By the time a special train loaded with firefighting apparatus had arrived from Louisville the flames were beyond control The plant was partially insured but the amount is not known The plant was owned by Philadelphia capitalists and was about fp undertakt a large order of cement for the Panama canal BanK plerk Arrested Cincinnati Sept 15Wilhelm Dev pryVas arrested here on the charge of embezzling 75000 from three banks in Uniontown Pa Warrants for the jnansv arrest had been mailed to Chi cinnati by the Uniontown authorities It is alleged that the man vas a banl clerk and that he had failed to deposit Jtf the bank large sums that Hungarian miners In Pennsylvania gave him for deposit Preacher Pleaded Guilty Richmond Va Sept 15Rev Leon ard W Snyder of Norwood 0 was are- raignedfn the police court here fined 25 and sent to jail for six months on a charge of disorderly conduct follow ing a police investigation at the in stance of parents of Richmond chil drenHe pleaded guilty Sandwich Ill Sept 15Henry Wohlforth of Sandwich broke the worlds recd in a hose running and coupling contest here CASTORIAFor The Kind You Havi Always Bought Bears Signature ofct8RT IDeVittsCarqolized Witch Hazel Salve recomended as the bcs things to use for piles It is o course good for anything where a salve is needed Beware of imita tions Sold by Ohas C Davis 4 I Women ufferer8 should use DONT I let yourself to bo miserable Why suffer from sovero head l aches have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs attention Heroine the great liver regulator lieURES Constipation Bilious ness Chills and Fever and p all Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison Hous writes lll have suffered for years from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no relief until Itried Herbine and was completely cured I use it always PRICE SOc rBallard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS There are few enterprises reqir ing a number of executive hands which are conducted by one family as is the case of Miller Brothers show Associated with the Miller Brothers in their great enterpse is Edward Arlington who was for many years one ihe cheif lieuten ants of the late James A Bailey owner of Barnum and Bailey show It is upon him that falls the show bus ness end of the enterprise- Ii is Zaclr Mtller who arrange the programs and PW Harrell one of the advance men of the big wild west show He knows the na tore and value of every act in Un real wild wcst business and every winter is busily engaged correlling all broncho busting and roping hampions Edward Arlington is the advertising genius of the show The poster designing and the manner and extent of display in each town is decided by him He has 75 pi ked men in the advance advertising department lHe selects the towns and cities for exibition and makes all railroad arrangements JosC Miller looks after the finances and is the prompt arbiter of all lo cal contingencies No man in the show business has a wider acquaintanc with re porters and their editors than he and is more welcome in newspaper offices He is popular with the lead of the business and his associates would work off their heads for him and mortgage theii shoulders for him fjeorge L Miller the youngest remains at the ranche which comprises 110000 acres and includes three different counties and is lo cated at Bliss Okla It is his duty to make weekly shipments of outlaw horses better known as bron chos longhornen steers and oc casionally a flesh supply ofbronoho cowboys Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofRi kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewart s Iron Fences c jwaflZJIron1 ff Fencet 71tkeaperthsn wood wum List a lifetime 111 H 1H4IfOTWwin low prices will Krpdae joa Call ted ca w IOW1NS Propr We can furnish you this beatiful highgrade it folding bed at prices from i 1 OO u1 W We can furnish you anything you want for your home from the kitchen to the parlor c c COXOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse KentuckyjPhone 941 or 97 r 33K v- iyrr Jor wh tlG aaz JtlMM GOODS iltl For the next few days I will offer sonic of best bargains ever offered on Summer thejlII Such as USilkst White Goods Lawns Etc I in fact all kinds of dress goods- I 1ltAnd also have a large stock of tsLIIPPISFSS that must go regardless of price Highest price for country produce i ttl AICIHIATTHI- ATT KENTUCKY I l J rConvenience of the aeac Savings 7ipersons keep their money here as a permanent IMauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is iniinvestment you can compute the net returns Small amounts may be added at any time A savings + account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you 1j are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if youwill call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNQN iNCORPORATKp MT VERNON KENTUCKY cc tttftTttttttttttttttttttttttJtttt tt1tt tttt tt1tt t1tttt JHLT VERNON DjISEET CD 1 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3FUN RAL DIRECTORS jS AND- EMBALMERS aa I 3Mt Vernon Ky Era = COUCH n1ETALIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes = ELicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points a E AB FURNISH W H KRUECER 11 Pnone mUmmIiUlU1UmlmlliIlUili I i IT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Sept 18 1908 y 9 tH p 079 vhen- rruJva mvflI1fl- Iat with SIGNAL 79 WSR Rx LoulsVLLE TIME TABLE X22north 124 P m 340 a m24 north 23 south 124 P m 1220 a m21 South h IAS LANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 PostofficeFas sennd class mail matter PERSONAL Walter Miller IF in Louisville- W H Comical is very much improved Mr is the guest o Mrs Willis Adams Judge L W Bethurum took in the State Fair this week Mrs L R Hughes of Stanford is with hontefolks this week Mrs Luther Mullius visited relatives hete first of the week W T Davis continues on the sick list but is better than last weekMrs Anna E Miller spent most of the week iu Louisville and saw the big fair Miss Susie Thompson whom we reported very sick last week is much better Mrs Sue Butuer will move to the Mullins property on Main Street today Mis W J Sparks and daughter Miss Bessie are visiting in Louis ville this week Atty J W Brown spent yester day in Lebanon and is seeing the big fair today Mrs T J Pennington visited her parents Mr and Mrs G W Gentry this week Miss Elizabeth Adams went to Louisville Wednesday to see the great State fair We are glad to see Miss Kitty Smith out again after a rather severe seige of typhoid Chas C Davis went to Louisville Tuesday to buy goods and see the sights of the big fair Mr and Mrs Soloman Riddle spent Saturday until Monday with friends and relatives at Broadhead Rev Moore preached two very interesting sermons at the Presby terion churl Sunday morning and evening W MWH and E Bullock were included among these who spent a portion of the week in LouisvilleJ will close out his stock of goods at Hazel Patch and go out of business on account of bad health James 1 White has rented P G Warners cottage on Logan Avenue and will move to it today Interior Jourual J L Joplin took the Master Masons degree in Mt Vernon August 1851 and the Royal Arch in September 1908 Mr and Mrs Chas Whitehead of Norfolk Va will arrive in a few davs to visit his parents Mr and Mrs W B Whitehead A Pennington was up this from Livingston Monday and said it was his intentions to move back to Mt Vernon about Dec 1st E B Brown has quit railroading and will try the livery business againt He is now located in his home on corner of Spring Street and Old Main There were about twentyseven from Mt Vernon saw The Dea con played at Brodhead Tuesday evening nil were delighted Fatty Durham made a first class Leila May and Marguar ite Lovell left Monday night for Princeton where they will eme Miss Taylors school They were accompaniedto Louisville by their mother who remained in the city several days After an absence in Kansas of 43 years Mr Ballard a brother of the late Tom Jim Ballard is visiting Kentucky relatives He said while he was glad he came he was dissapointed and dazed over the changes since leaving the state He dident recognize his own sisters but few of the older citizens remained having either m c awayor died Scott Miller has tnt red school at Princeton Miss Nannie C Albright cone tinues on the sick iit and has been for Several weeeks Mr R A Burnside of The Lancaster Record office was kind enough to come to our assistance this week We certainly appreci aeit ILtl A L John Hysingar has boughs the res taurant in the basement of the old brick Just received cir load American woven wire fence Sept 5 41 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Agenfjv A La mi nun is taking a week for vacation Conn Brown is Molding down the L and N igencv in his absence The Rockcastle BaptLt Associa don which convened near Con way list week was a most successful meeting The Associaton will meet next year at Broadhead Charlie Cooper is now on trial at Pmeville charged with mar der Atty C C Williams for the defense has been in Pineville since Sunday in charge of the case Henry Hinzman has purchased the property of William Arnold on Adams Street Mr Hinzman moved in Monday We have not learned what Mr Arnold expects to do Mt Vernon has done more im proving this year than any town we know of Several good build logs have been erected and the concrete sidewalks along Main Street bespeak the spirit ot im provement existing Mr W L Owens one the oldest and most honored citizens of the conuty died at his home near Maretburg last Friday morning titer an illness of many months His remains were laid to rest in the Maretburg graveyard Saturday FARM FOR SALEI desire to ellsixty acres of my farm located near the Double Springs Maretburg Ky with good house and out buildings Will sell worth the money For further information address NEJ SE GRIKFIN Sept i4t Maretburg Joel Suttles came nto town Sat urdav with several g shes as the result of an enc unte with Charlev Gant The cuts wee jot very deep and not at all serious Btr South ard dreessed the wounds ana J el was soon able to continue On his journey We did not learn the particu lars ot the trouble George Owens the monument tnaj bas a peculiar pet It is Bum the lighting toad It has been about the shop for more than a year Bum holds forth under a work bench and when disturbed will jump at the intruder and scare him almost into fits Bum stays housed most of the day out flyIThe Rockcastle county teachers Institute is in session at Brodhead this week It has been a most successful gathering aud the good people of Brodhead have done every thing within their power to make the week pleasant as well as profitable A full report of the Institute proceedings will appear in our next weeks issue SUTTON MCKENZIE It came as a suprise when the news was heralded over town Wednesday morning that Mr Cossie Sutton and Miss Maranda McKenzie the popular and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs John McKenzie had boarded the train for Louisville to be marri ed They are two of our finest young people and we certainly wish for them much happiness and prosperity They wereaccompani ed by Mr SB McKenzie and Miss Eva Fish They will return tq Mt Vernon to night In this issue will be found in its proper place the announcement of John D Miller as a candidate for County Court Clerk to fill out the unexpired term of his father M C Miller subject to the Republican primary called for October 15th Should Mr Miller be successful the office will continue the same as it has been since Mr Millers death with Mrs Ina Miller as chief deputy who has made a splendid official and careful looked after every duty pertaining to the office Mr Miller was elected to the office for a term of four years and therefore believe that the emoluments of the officeb to his family for that period d9 longII cl w4rc p1tr CAS CF IY lA prSHOES IEXr0 o iget oeg ieot0 ie- 6eij oei eiaerr iim eee Youe I 88 bno ee GaCW- Ga QQo000 t Hie believes that Itcaoeityeei pats to buy the best Now if there is anybody that is hard on shoes Uncle Sams soldiers are geo yi o Vtrlioe an expense it must he to furnish his soldier boys with shoes If you want to i S ooo oei 6110 eior e test a good shoe let a soldier wear it That would be a sure test Uncle Sam is now buying Star arc tBrand Shoes sea eeee u Madeoi io- oe fSce-e You dout havito take our word for it Take their record Star Brand Shoes have been on tIle e ee market ten Last the tenth The sales eoyears year was year amounted to ten fortyone Ga oei i iv thousand threehundred and eightyfive dollars and sixtyfive cents You know last year was theae eYear of the money panic In addition to this there was a big shoe stripe In spite ofall these e eeee e difficulties the Star Brand Shoes have forged eeTworecordee I ioi i0- ee ie ch W eont1it1i6i fmwvo obieeei It is because thest people own and operate ten shoe factories Where other shoe companies least0ca factories and buy shoes in the open marketee000 oew make the shoes they sell Fifteen thousand merchants sell these shoes and over three millions I e e ie iAmerican people wear them If you are not a member of the Three Million Club we want you to i eft cooloini Every Star BrandShoe has a star on its heel Every shoe with a star on its heel is sold uuder a s e- eeei guarantee eee i jJJ- f i e e 0 e ie- ee eo- o e0- oee THE CLOTHING AND SHOE MANQS asoen S Phone 77 Mt V erne ev e o ei0- Sec Sc eiieiiieieieeiieieseesoeeseeiii it Neal Parrott and son Ben have purchased ofM B Salin et al the Mrs Carter lot on West Main Street Monday was a great day tor the Masons in Mt Vernon There were eleven initiated into Royal Arch chapter eight into the Council and four into the Blue lodge Mt Veruon can boast of having one of the best Masonic orders in the State NOTICEI have just returned from the city where I purchased a full and complete line of furniture sash doors builders paper etc I have a large assortment to select from and my prices are right When in need of anything in my line call and see me W H BULLOCK Hansford Ky The Brodhead correspondent to the Interior JournalsaysLa3t Friday morning about 8 oclock McClellan Smith a farmer living near here was found dead upon his wagou which was loaded with wood his body filled with shot of different sizes The coroner jury was unable to fix the crim upon any one There ate sever lout of the way mysteries surrounding the case none of whi Itwif be in vestigated except from mere curosity Smith wgtsSa very good man in his way but wa ted to be a bully among his elatives forwhich he was dislike y them Hardly a year ago LeeWigJBins a consin and br4therin1 w of Smith was killed in the la ers home Smiths wife confessed that she did the killing but said it was in self defense and was not prosecuted It is the general impression that Smith did the killing himself A few weeks ago Smith with a sbot gun killed five hogs belonging to Sam Wiggins another cousin Last Thursday evening Smith and a brother of Sam Wiggins had a sharp quarrel over a debt Both quit saying it would be settled later on When Lee Wiggins was killed a brother of his remarked that he would kill smith before the consitis o say an may never be known who is guilty u T s f lB = a E million eoC t JiiiBiMMIiiiiiiiiiiiiiMI The L N will run a special train to Stanford next Monday Sept 21St on account of Miller Bros rot Ranch Wild West Show The special will leave Mt Vernon at 8 oclock arriving at Stanford about 630 Returning the special will leave Stanford at 530 a rate ofone and one third fare for the round trip is offered FOR SALEI have for sale some thorough bred IOC pigs I will license my thorough bred IOC boar at 200 JHjARRETT Aug 28 4V Broadhead Ky iMiilllMllllilillillllll Brown Memorial School opened with an attendance of sixty five and several more to en ter The new principal Miss Mc Chord is thoroughly delighted with the opening Mt Vernon people are looking forward to the best years work the school has ever had FOR SALE One good dwelling of six rooms well finished up with good garden barn ice house meat porchIand ell 20 x 40 one story All painted new and one of the best NOTICE OF Primary Election At a meeting of the Republican Committee of Rockcastle County Ky held at the court house in Mt Vernon Ky on the 4th day of September 1908 the following resolutions were adopted That a primary election of the Republicans of Rockcastle County Kentucky be and the same is hereby called to be held on Thursday the 15th day of October 1908 in all the regular voting precincts in said county between the hours of six oclock a m and i four oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidat for the office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the regular November election 1908 and tofill the unexpired term caused by the death of M C Miller That all the Republicans who are residents of said county and who are legal voters will be permitted to vote at their respect ive precincts in said primary and they are hereby invited to do so That said election shall be held in all respects as is required- by law for holding primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in every precinct and the Chairman of this Committee is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed the ballots for each precinct He is further directed to purchase and distribute all necessary paraphenalia for holding said primery election That no candidate shall have his name printed on the ballot who does not pay his fee on or before the 1st day of October 1908 which fee shall be paid to the Secretary of this Committee Should only one candidate register for said office in that event ishall be the of the Committee on registration day which is the 1st dapof October 1908 or any day thereafter and before the day of the primary to declare such person or persons the nominee for said office and to issue to him a certificate Given under our hands as Chairman and Secretary of the j Republican Committee of Rockcastle County this the 4th day of September 1908xA G LOVELL Seoretr Wednesday t U W BETHURUM zOhm R C Com i i goodsIchange for suitable farm This property is located in Wildie Ky on the L N R R Sept 431 W M HAYES Wildie Ky Attackof Diarroea Cured by One Dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ofdiarrhoea adoseand diarrhoea Remedy It cured takingotherout relief I heartily recommend this remedy as being the best to my knowledge forhowel complaints ofStewartFor sale by Chas C Davis i i i i il MILLINERY MILLINERY thefullestBrodheadCallyour purchase Opening Oct 3rd Respectfully Sept 18 3t MATILDA POTTS Brodhead Ky GWilliamsoration for Commonwealths Attor Kentondistrictwhen they found out how strong withdrewclaims willlecte Kenton district will have an officer who will do his duty it matters not evildoersand debart when the judge gets into officeInterior Joururl lr The told Reliable 1 mlI4jCheapest Drag Store in the county IIU i3 S C DAVIS l fSouth Side Main Street m ERNON Y 4- GRANVILLEOWENS I UNDERTAKER I i I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled r UNDERTAKER lll t All by Filled I is I I = My Full Winter Line of Are now also H for Fall and In these goods I have some great offer 1 g On Three miles South of Mt Vernon Sg P S that have a gener sral shop and a SE is the vear in which Repnd licanism is going to lose the party is split wibe open But an obportu nity of success Is not by jumping into the crack of their split No we shall land fafey by jumping ov ea tee entire carcass Why are we going to win this time Simply be cause dinner pail is growing emp tier and emtier the laborers are seeing BullTaft anb Jumbo Sherman clearer and clearer the niggers are hating Taft worse and worse Democratic prospects are brighter and brigter The Sun of success will be up and shining high above the horizon of the past long before the arrival of the loth of November and De mocracys victory of 1908 will put to shame the Electoral College of the pendulum of sue cess is swinging towards Democra cy while the hands on the face of time are pushing slowly off the face of the Govern ment timepiece Democrats along the line should and doipig Hornet WILL MANY Every person should know that good health is if the kidneys are deranged Foleys Kidney Remedy wil cure kidney and bladder disease in every form and will build and these organs so they will perform their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or diabetes if Foleys Kidney Remedy is taken in time Chas C Pleasant to take The new Does not gripe or Cures and liver troubles and chronic con by the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and Refuse aubstitutes Price 60o THE AND CURE THE I WITH Dr I I AND ALLTHROAT AND OR MONEY REFUNDED FOR farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address r IOUI line of Couch Caskets r is unexcelled Handmade Coffins Hearse sent all parts of jlll the county Orders WirePromptly IIPhonesIttttttttttttt ttttttttttttttttttttt1 FaFand Winter Line I and DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS arriving Shoes Winter- S bargains to JaJc STOKES Bast Pork Skeggs Creek- S Remember in connection we blacksmith Wagon making repairing specialty LUULULUiULULuLuLuLuLuUL 1111111111111111111111111111111111 DEMOCRATIC OPPORTUNITY- This 1903Conclusively Republicanism all be up INTEREST impossible up strengthen Da- visORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup laxative nauseate stomach stipation restoring bowels KILL COUCH LUNGS Kings IILUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPACTO1 SALEMy WILLISALLENWitl1ers1 furnished to Foleys Orino Laxative is a new remedy an improvement on the laxatives of former years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleas ant to take It is guaranteed by Chas C Davis t Headache If it does you should try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so They will relieve the pain in just a few minutes Ask your dpiggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want My son Prank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills tor a long time He never had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago ho came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nerv ous headache He gave me one of the AntiPain 34hz and after while I took another and was entirely re lieved I always keep them In the house now and gave many away to others suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota AntiPainonlyifMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind For Wea- kKidneys Inflammation of the bladder urinary troubles and backache us- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills WeeksITrial L C DeWITT CO Chicago IlL W A CARSON PAWTER AND PAPBRHAHbER WALLPAPER ROOM MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed NJWS ITEMS The drouth in that section of Kentucky between Louisville and Cincinati and Louisville and Paris Ky has become alarming Crops have been great damaged arid water becoming soarce A movmement now on foot in McCracken county to drain a large body of water known as Blizzard Pond will it is said mean the re clamation of several thousand acres of valuable lands The Asiatic cholera in St Petersburg is increasing and each day that passes brings a larger number of cases How the malefactors of great wealth and their friends the Jramers of the Chicago platform which has Mr Roosevelts approval will chuckle as they read the folowins definition given by Mr Roosevelt of the true reformer The true friend of refoim the foe of busisess is the man who steadily preserves in righting wrongs in waring against abuses but whose character and training are such that he never promises what he cannot perform that he always a little more than makes good what he does promise and that while steadily advancing he never permits himself to be led in to foolish excesses which would damage the very cause he champ ionsWilliam H Taft will begin his speaking tour probably at Lexing t Mi September 23 He will then go to Tennessee Missouri and the West Mr Taft is to address the Ohio conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Cincinnati tomorrow This confer ence is composed of the ministers of that denomination of Ohio Ind iana Pennsylvania and Kentucky He made only oue appointment to recieve a delegation at his home this week Thtirsdayelug the probable day for the visit HOW TO GET STRONG P J Daly of 1247 Vest Con gress St Chicago tells ofa way to become strong He says Mv mother who is old and was very feeble deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel it my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gain inflesh was sesulted insomnia has been overcome and she is steadily growing stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store soc An infernal machine addressed to Gov Fort of New Jersy has been found in the United States miils by the postal authorities When the package which had aroused the suspicions of the postal authorities was opened tt was found to contain powder bullets and matches There is said to be no trace of ihe aendea of the machine The statemeut of the New York Cleariug house banks for the past week five days shows that banks 51992825 more than the require ments of the 55 per cent reserve rule This is a decrease of 7652 125 in the proportionate cash re serve as compared with the pre vioua week- PASSED EXAMINATION SUCCESSFULLY James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes put did not improve until I tock Foleys Kidney Remedy After the second bottle I showed im provement and five bottles cured me completely I have sinee pass ed a rigid examination for life in surance Fotevs Kidney Rem edy cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble A ERicbards City Attorney has discovered that there is no pro vision of law whereby the city of Louisville may levya taX for school purposes for the year of 1908 This is due to an error on the part ofthe person who framedan amend ment to the original statue provi ding for a tax levy of 33 cents on the 100 valuation What the out come will be is a question which no ona seems able to answer Hamlet Dillon who was shot at Washington Ind last Friday by H L Hale of Nicholsville Ky diedot his wounds Monday Domestic troubles it is alleged caused the shooting QUICK REFIEF FOR ASTHMA SUFFERS Foleys Honey and Tar affords immediate relief to asthma suffer ers in the worst stages and if taken lit time will effect a cure Sold Cbas C Davis 3 LAND FOR SALE ioooacresof wid and coal and timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east ot depot in the town of Livingston Keitucky and the other tracks iu the vicinity of Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurel counties and tllon the LduisviHe Nashville R R ex 6 these two lroadTRACK i i5o acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 in vain of coal Well watered most of it adapted to cultivation TICK 2 50 acres adjoining the lands of Jim McGuire Lee Arnold and Henry Owens Some timber coal good land TRVCK 3 300 acres in town of Livingston Some timber coal good tnineral spring laud well watered can be cultivated TRACK 4 250 acres located on west side of Rockcastle River Fairly timbered well watered coal a good portion can be cultivated TRACK 5 200 acres located on Rockcastle River Well watered some timber coal adapted to culti vation TRACK 6 200 acres located in Laurel county on county line between Laurel and Rockcastle and near Livingston Coal some timber well watered adopted to cultivationFor information call on or address L W Bethurum Mt Vernon KentuckyLAME This is an ailment for which Chamberlains Pain Balm has proven especially valuable In almost every instance it affords prompt and permanent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of Orange Mich says of it After usii g a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottle of Chamber Iains Pain Balm and two appli chtionSi effected a cure For sale by Chas C Davis William J Bryan spoke Saturday afternoon and last night to large crowds in Cumberland Md Farmers and laboring men irom three States attended the meetings and tl ere was much enthusiasm Duiin the day Mr Bryan was asktd regarding the statement made at Atlanta Friday night bv William R Hearst that Mr Bryan four months ago asked his support for the presidency promising to support Hearst in 1912 Abso olnImentwould make Mr Bryan was the guest of John T McGraw Democaatic National Committee man for West Virginia at Deer Park Monday SUDDEN ATTACK OF DYSENTRY CURED- A prominent lady of Brooklyn N Y writes to inquires when she can obtain Chamberlains Coiic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy She says While stopping at a anch in SI uth Dikota I was taken ill of what seem d to be cholera They gave me some of this medicine and cured me I bought a bottle of this medicine and it cured me I brought a bottle home with me and have just used the last of it today Mother wastaken suddenly ill of dysentery and it helped her immediately For sale by Chas C Davis John Mitchell the labor leader appeared iu contempt proceedings at Washington and testified that he had been followed for years about the country by detectives at the instance of J W Van Cleave The contempt alleged against Mitchell Gompers and others was in the boycott of stoves made by the Bucks Stove and Range Qpmpany Gov Charles E Hughes was renominated on the first ballOt Tuesday afterncbtt toy the New York Republican Convention in- sesssOnat Saratoga Gov Hughes received 827 votes against X5 1 for James W Wad wbrtb Jr and 31 for former Cougjressinan John KI StewartIWhen you have a cpfd yoitinay be sure that ltbS been causwHn directly by constipation and consequently you mustfirst of all take something move the bowels This is what has made Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup so success ful and so generally demanded It daS not constipate like most of the old fashion tough Cures but on the other hand it gently moves the bowels and at the same time heals irritation and alleys Inflammation of the throat Sold by Chas C Davis The Legislature of Indiana will convene in ettra ceiiioil on Friday to devise a plan to iive governor Hanly special power to deal with night rider troubles 1 the southern part of the State POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The formal notification of John Temple Graves of his nomination- a the vLe presidential candidate of the Independence party took place Friday night in Atlanta It is rumored that attorney Rob errBoyd Jr will he a candidate for Common wealths Attorney in the Republican primary to beheld December 5th London Democrat Williconvene special power to deal night rider troubles in the Southern part of the State Anderson county wiil be allowed to choose the next State Senator from the district composed of And derson Mercer and Franklin counties Judge William E Dowling is the only announced candidate for nominationThe York Democratic Convention met Tuesday in Rochester and adjourned after hearing the address of Justice Morgan J 0 Brien the tempoary chairman Ail the contests were settled and the outlookis that tidays session will be entirely harmonious James J Hill millionaire owner of the Northwestern railroads is in New York He sounded a note of warning as to the election id the Western States to Wall Street He said the sentiment among Western farmers for Bryan may defeat Taft He advised that the Republicans get a move on them if they went to pull Taft through The Democratic Committee for the Fourteeuth Circuit Court dis trict met at Frankfort and called a primary eleceion on November 14 to select nominees for Circuit Juudge and Commonwealths At torney Judge James H Polsgrove of Frankfort and N C Fisher oi Bourbon made a vigorous pro test against a primary so early asserting it would give Robert B Franklin the other candidate an unfair advantage of them A PAYING INVESTMENT Mr John White of 38 Highland Aye Houlton Maine says Have been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Last winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough continued until I bought a Soc bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery before that was half gone the cough was all gone This winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more banished the annual cough I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best of 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