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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Published Every Friday r VOLUME XXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 1911 NUMBER IIHASH Hy Jm Billows post office in located in Southern part of county near mouth of Line Cieek Its former name Ward but owing to mixup with mails of Wabd the name changed to Billows The L N turns out a big new locomotive every week from their Louisville shops Brooks comet can be without telescope It shows no tail yet Pick out north star run a line to handle of Great dipper and you will find a laZY appearng stir a little this line Nine oclocc is a good time o view It is essential that we have tvo parties but a poor policy to continue either one in power too long Things drift into a state hardening on graft then after follows graft pure and simple Hence i9i2 will see a change in administration from Taft to Champ Clark or Woodroe Wilson Canada made her charge last week Its a poor recommendation to anycne who proclaims hIve never L scratched a ticket and I always role h r straight Intelligence r and patriotism taking place of blind folly over this broad betterINumbers re placed at eleven different points on locomotives as follows Boiler head i cab 2 dome headlight 3 tank 3 Vernon first laid in a square form The Western line runnine from a point nearly Southwest of schoolhouse on the hill probably about four hundred feet from it It the Southwest corner the plot of town From this corner West line north east passing between furni a Irv and present or rates lime kiln tbrice online between where Steve Ramey lives and W T Smith residencs on through Tom Proctors meadow j nut stopping at a point before reaching Lovells Lane Theuce East of South East the same Distance length of West line stopping somewhere on lands of H Cox of tojay The East line then ran to a point on the Harrison Carpenter place just Eat of Mrs Ann Fishs residence The South line from this point to beginning at Southwest corner school house passes close to Mrs Fishs resi dence There one street laid offrunning East and West on South side of school house Genl Wm Smith grandfather of the writer county surveyor and Jesse Fish fatherof Henry Fish was deputy aud did the surveying of town plot day town limits in a circle reaching half mile from courthouse at all points of limits The Teachers Association will be held Saturday Oct 7th at Flat Rock school house which will begin about 9 oclock Devotional exercise Charley Scott Song Kentucky Schools By all Opening address W Cox Recitations the school Welcome address Miss jKizzie Ponder Song By school DINNER Recitation Miss N annie Johnson How to Decorate a School Room Mrs Ernest Clark The Teacher 1 A Chasteen Song By school Recitation Miss Ida Mullins Agriculture in Kentuck i Miss Virginia Carpenter Reading Miss Ethel Brown The Practical Education of the Country J W Kincer J W Cox Chm K M Ponder Sec CASTORIAFor ThC Kind You Have Always Bought l Bears thedSignature of LIVlNttSTOiN Sam Alcorn has moved into the C C Williams property in Mullins addition George Martin has moved into the Geo Dickerson property addjoining thepibperty of C A BlanfordMiss Nettie Rice is visiting at Stanford for a few weeksCheif dispatcher I emonds toIvery busy this weed The big sale of R G Webb has been the greatest attraction and the public are gratified to get such bargains passed Brown of Mt Vernon through on Tuesday train r LoudonS E Pennington was in London Tuesday Dis patcher Sams in Mt Vernon Monday on business Roy gruder again in dispatchers office working first trick We are glad to have him back again Mrs Wm Bogart of Cincinnati Ohio is visiting her niece Mrs C E RiceCaptain A N Bentley was in Mt Vernon Thursday Mrs J H Oliver is visiting in Paris this weekThe people of Livingston and vicinity are greatly grieved over the fact that Dr Webb Is closing out his stock of merchandiseMiss Pennington who is attending Brown Memorial School at Vernon was at home a few days last weekMiss Ella Mae Farley has been quite ill with alfewWashington D C will arriveI this week to be the guest C A BlanfcrdMr arid Mrs Geo Cook attended the Exposition at Knoxville this weekJoe Childress in Corbin Wedne- sdayMrs Wm Sams with homefolks at Pittsburg Tuesday hers DavictLivdsai is tIsitifig relatives at Cave CityDr and Mrs A Brown of Parks ville are the guests of their daughter Mrs C A Blanford These suits 00 were sell 1250 and Gray mixtuers all wool serges Black Navy Brown Sutin We showing a line from HO ews ci BRODHEAD Mrs Mary Albright and J Thos Cherry attended the Knoxville Exposition last weekMrs Annie Frith went to Stanford first the week to have her eyes treatedEd Nevvland is working in Rich mondDrW E Gravely bought of Sim Sailor a farm for 900 Mrs MaucLSprowle and children of Paris visited her father first of weekMiss Grace McCall Marethurg is with her cousin Miss Jewel Miss Anna Tate and Walter Miller were down Sunday from Vernon Mrs Barnes has turned home from a visit to her daughter at Mt VernonfMrs Clark has sold her restaurant to Mr Per Shelton heyill take possession the 20th and Mrs Clark will move back to her tage on the M Roberts al home Saturday and Sunday from Henderson accom panied back with wit where they will liveJuo Leecejis haing a house built on Henry addition Several more fwill soonEdd Owens was badly injured last Friday at tebanon while trying to mount a freight train brought home Tues day and is improving and Mrs Will King ot Crab Orchard visited and Mrs 0 A Frith first the week Thomas Evans spent Sunday and Monday with homefolksMr Mrs Egbert WaHiu and children visiting Crab Orchard Berg Farris hasspld store to Russel F Mrs Top Albright and baby of Lebanon with relatives here Mrs Wm Evans and Mis Verlia visited in Mitchellsburg first of the week NOT A WORD OF SGi DA L marred the call neighbor on Mrs P Spraugh Mans vile Wyo who said shex told Kings Hew life Pills had iier QfL Jobstinate aidney trouble and made her feel like ney woman Easv but remedy stomach liver and kidney troubles Only at Chas C Davis I I I I oeeeeeeeee 0 ecooie oereooseoie eeoeoeooeoooealeai eee LADIES FINE SUITS AT e l Prices Unequaled In Value iitveale Opening the seafw ona broader scale larger stock slut great dr ni tiflh latest I 0 Eastsoa third less than other stores ask for garments of same quality 10 10 made to at 1500 lined 10 cf of he go up was of are in son are of W of me io WOMENS QUEEN SKIRTS FOR FALL If you have never give this line a Lookcome into day Its a pleasig vre for us to show you Seethe new Styles Tans Grays Blackand Blue in Panamas I v Serges and O oils o Prices Range From I 275 to 1350 vv 4 fomens Long Coats in allcolors maee from the very best workman et ship prices 850 1000 and 1250 L giSELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN fj II the thing have been looking for PatentN We have just you Gunmetal velve and e 0 2 r s r tnbutton andlacer with hightop I le- C ri1I r ffif II7N ALWAY WEARSELBYSH IZiS SUTTON KrMcBEE rissoeaoso oooorosooooreoseeseooeroooooeorley If Francisco billJ a a GOOD ROADS The road as a civilizer stands second only to the Christian ligion The broad beautiful pike elevates and rejuvenates a rural community The muddy impassable road depresses disgusts and discourages Russellville Times Now that Sturgis has started the good work though in a small and experimental way but with fair prospects of extending the system as the financial condition of the town will justify it is to be hoped the whole country will take the question ot hard roads and be gin a movement toward the building of same as soon as may seem practicable Sturgis New DemocratWe the progress of a people the condition of their public and private roads Good roads weans prosperity ancient and modern history we find the most advanced nations always having best roads They not only enhance the value of land and afford easy communi cation between all sections of the country but they elevate the dig nity and raise the selfrespect of the people themselves Let us unite in an effort to have good roads A levied road pur poses always brings ample turns Good roads mean in creased value of land contentment for the people and easy communi cation between sections and communities QUAIL Eld D R Gentry filled his regular appointment at Providence SundayMrs W A Owens is visiting her sisters Mesdames John Walton and Lee Reynolds at LivingstonMrs David Proctor has been sick but is much better at this i sueCla happ I1atd Oscar Hurtte the hustling chants of Broughtown was in this section SundayJohn H Brown continues about t4esameWm Owens will teach a singing school at Sugar Grove in the near future Paul and Charley Miller of Bridgeport Ind visiting at Q Griffins Married on the i4th John Stringer age 23 and Miss Grace Proctor age 13 were quietly made husband and wife last Thurs day Eld D R Gentry officiating Sorghum making and wheat threshing is the order of the day Chas Herrin will soon have dwelling completedW R Brown ot the Ottawa section Louisville the past week looking a location Mrs John W Turner of Indianapolis guest at John W Stringers last weekMrs mima Todd is spending a few weeks with Relatives near Clearence Pulaski county J KILLED BY TRAIN WHILE ASLEEP ON THE TRACK PARIS Kp Sept 27 John McCarshy foreman of a section gang on the L N working a bout three miles from this city was iastantlv killed anL N train moorning He was asleep on track and struck by the train before his fellow workmen could pull him of harm way A DREADFUL SIGHT to H Barnum ot Freeville N Y the leversore that had plagued life for years in spite of many remedies tried last he used Bucklens Arnica salve and wroteuIthas entirely pealed with scarcely a left- Heals Burns Boils Eczema Cuts Bruises Swellings Corns and C Chas Davis JUDGE ORear smarts under the charge insincerity He biought it on himself His proclaiming Bradley the greatest living Ken a tuckian a reflection on intelligence and his assurance that Bardleys title to a seatintbe United States Senate was without a few or stain convicted him ot insincerity A candidate who pre tends to believe either of these state ment forefits right to public confidence Diarrhoea is always more or less prevalent during Septembers Be II prepared for it Chamberlains Colic Ghpleta and Diarrhoea Remedy is iPtspdeffectu1ll It canT always depended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by Chas C Davis 3 Sris r z Jf t i Art iIll1 Established 1887 29 1 o the was seen now off it its the Mt was oft the old was of the the run the old the now the as the W the near was the way the the the To the lie one 191 J By all W was Ma Is the Mt was was W ot are to now the Mt re cot was was his he Mr Mr his his 1 Dr sure for 2oc II I I 1 re up by In the all tax for re all all mer are P Jr his new was in out was the Je by his he was out J was his he At scar was his his pIo be i T RMKFlour For The People and Against Combines and Monopolies f- Our Motto is To Sell them Low and send and Get More Every body said the boys wouldnt stick but they have moved to the Masonic brick with a car of Old Hickory Wag ons Car of Field Fencing Wire fItJi Car of Building arid Finishing nails Car of Flooring aridtifinishing lumber Car Best Flour f timeal 4A cornt JW Srf hayt f buggies J 4 cement Big four plaster All kinds of paint hard ware and groceries Stock is complete 1 We have no junk Our shoes are soldforia legitimate profit and guaranteed You must be satisfied or your mon backWe a complete line and our guarantee is you must be satisfied or yourmoneyback Come and See IM RM K flour Co 7 LIVINGSTON KV ttf i t1 S ri y i l cjI = icT r 9 IVli VtHiNUIN t 1 1AL FRIDIY Sept 29 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Q5 HC r AGI DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneGeneralJ- A11ES S GARNETT fForAuditor HENRY BOS WORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For Secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE THE address here on 6londa last by Hon W J Price of Dan ville to Rockcastle citizens showed up the insincerity and dodging o Judge ORear in numerous install ces while claiming to fight for county unitand temperance he is said to be playing both ends and the middle in Louisville and other parts in a way to gain the whiskey vote in the oppointment of election officers and othei work From ahservations Mr Price believe hundreds of Republicans are going to vote for the Model G over norLET every citizen ask himself seriously the following question concerning Mount VerncuhAm- I a pusher or a puller down Or is it a case ofself satisfied in difference toward our spiritual intellectual and commercial ad vancement GET busy young business men and shake the bushes in your campaign for good roads better schools and a greater prosperity SEE your neighbor and ask him to come to the Farmers Institute He will be certain to profit by it i 11 b TUG Stae of Texas has establish ed during the pasi year seventeen hundred experimental far s in one hundred and sixty counties of that state They will produce on an average of one hundred bush els of corn to the acre this year We have in Rockca ule a higher grade of Stock than ever before but we sadly need better farming with first class roads leading to thy farms The SIGNAL is very much for the farmer and is urging him to do that which is best for him to improve his farm and have better roads so that he can sell his produce Ninety Cities in America have committees of 100 eachappointed in a New York meeting in i9io that was attended by delegates from 33 states to push TheMe and Religion Forward Movement The Louisville Committee opentd their crusade on Monday last The movement seeks to solve the problem of how more men can be brought into church work TIlE farmer is a most important factor in the commercial and in dustrial lift of Rockcastle It is the first and foremost duty of every one of them to be present at the Farn ers Institute on the 12th and 13th of next month that agricultural progress might be promoted Toni CHERRY has sold his prop city in Brodhead and gives pos session September 30th He has been a vary useful citizen haying done much to advance Rockcastle toesee go THE great drawback to Mt Vernon and Rockcastle is the utter selfishness of our leading business ThisYcurse s holding this com munity down like cables of steel j ARE there more of our precious children going to school than went last year What is being done to arouse more interest in our public schools that a larger attendant might be had BOOST our town and extend every JjEBbiich of business Let us do improve every thing possible to make it p In X16 tar ae e1tau orlc z t SESJ r ii ONACLi 1fk51 i r lu din tt itVfa on h Lsh and 13he t QH ber What plats are JKU perfec ted for seC ihelrgS jUtemahc8 trite meeting deserve OSIR SottONS plan fo h iiistint R cUcahle willwm w mriers ii entered irilorighlv UIK cnried onto pli rly We need tf dterttie the rich rourtrv r tsrO qJ u t MOUNT VrcvNo has able facnl tes in her scholsNow get till 1iipils Specia from Somerset Tie death sentence was pro flounced on Jane Ell s th sno n ing by Judge Bethurum Up tc this time Ellis had shown no signs ot weakening but this morning it was very different He came into the courtroom minus a collar iid looked worried When the Judge asked lin if he lad legal reason to offer why judg ment should riot Ie pronoun ed against him he answered in a rein l ing voice Iant not uiltv Judge Bet urum passed the jsentevce ot death on Ellis in the fo lowing words Mr Ellis af the July special theIcourt an indictment againt you and Fount Helton charging you both with murder in the killing of Square A Beatty At vhe present terns of this court you waived an arraignment and pleaded not guilty A jury of your own selection found you not guilty as charged in the indictment and fixed your punishment at death Have you now any legal cause to offer why judgment should not be pronounced against you It is the judgement of t is court that you be immediately taken to the jailof this county keltIicth diy 19 ft at which time the Sheriff and jailer of said county shall privately and safely convey and deliver you to the warden of the State peuiten liary at Eddyville Ky who shall there safely keep you until the 21St day of October 1911 at which time within the walls of saidi pententiary and sal warden 1 Honored bv Women When a woman spraks of her silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of confidence on Dr H V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every where there ore women who bear witness to the wonder working curingpower of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex Igrapplesnesses and stubborn ills IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL confidence DrRDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day J SOME Z3 LEFT k We still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted last weekt left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others and thoes who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in paenfleather vici dun metaland velvet price cut ohehaE Ments Sh6es at prices never before offered by ths or A any other store in Mt Vernon i ii AIllOO Underwear goes for 1 89c Mens 125 Hats for t 75C s Mens LOO H J cl 50c Best calico at 4 J2c yd Ginghams 5c to J Oc per yd r Korean Silk in white and lavendar t saleprice 35c cut to J9c Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd a Pure white linen at J9cper yard v Flist We are offering manyother bargainsnot quoted in this iCome in and examine All sales at these prices strict ti ly cash i CHAS B McKENZfE M t ett tdJLor hs deputy before sunrise oaf Iii shall cause to pv s ini faelectricity ofs rticient intensity to cause your death as quickly aeI posible and continue to said current until you nr de dICOURT EXKKSSKS FV IN alncerey regret that official duties require of me the task of putting the machinery of the laws nto motion without which the verdict of the jury returned against you Saturday night would be ineffective Ordinarily it is witha great deal of pleasure that I ap proach the discharge of lay official duly as Judge hilt in this case I freely confess that in passing thIs sentence upon yon ther comes tome no pleasant sensations no happy thoughts Upon thecon trary uiv N hoe being is pe meated with a feeling oi profound sadness yIfeel sure that all of our citi Zvns whatever their opinions as your gilt may lie ate more orJtss saddened at your present helpless condition but the innj Vty of the law must be uiai tt tined and while its heavyhand may eeniestieuie proptrIlthe only hone for the future peace and happiness of our ciltxens The only thing left for me to suy to you is that in passing through the tryirg ordeal th t awaits j on I trust and hope that yOn may he sutained by the strong arm of that Savior who suffered so much for the sins of man Sealing wax does not contain a particle of wax It consists of shellac turpentine and cinnabar cr V r j I1iII11tI11111ITII1111itjlI11111 tilttt4liflfiftlaitt9ifi12Pfttttt144ltfittl1111t11R1111il E rfj tj y- I =19 JOfd 1J 3UVL Ifiauiuuiimuiiuuiiuumwiiiiiw ittMn T T C t t r i m51RTrpn H b t whj 1 OF THE HaUGH nTERtSYS Read His Whi key Record and His Votes Thereon as hown by the Senate Journal of KentuckyTvV J iit i vv vv f HIS EffORTS DEFEATED THE COUNTY fLbiLL If He Is ReElected the Temperance People May Expect the Same Treatment at His Hands TTt1N T F 1 a1 Dr J Harry Hcndren s ANNOUNCEMENT I Idesire fb announce myself as an Independent candidate for State Senator in the Seventeenth Senatorial District composed of and1Thitlea November 1911 In making this announcement r feel it due t6 the people of this district tp say that I ani not a politician and I will not ask you toelecf me to the Senate without knowing some of the things for which I stand I favor the enactment of Fall good wholesome laws which will make oti tate a better Kentucky Home laws which will checkcrIme and which are almost void so long as we have intoxicating liquors sold in our counties where fourfifths of the people are opposed to the sale ofsatj1crhe fact that liquor directly or indirectly is in 90 per cent0r the cases responsible for the grimes com mitted iiuthe counties of the district 1 feel that it is high time that Legislaturesaledfijquor in theStateof Kentucky Ifayor a law on this subject nag audconcludedon3rd page S I y- i I Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the BES- TFurniture I Rugs I Carpefs I and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken ftucky Thais what they all say at d I am proud to state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats NEW 1131it11llli1ililtiltlltliiit UHHH1U 1UUIH1UliUUiU1Uli 1jI111111fI11jjl111111 11111111111111111 WE RAVE I IA COUNTS 0 As small as a dollar as large as thousands Eofdollars rs IE And no matter how large anjaccount may be 3Io EThis fact ought to encourage those who earn mod = t Eerate incomes E It ought to induce them to do something toward g 3eoE tore zs 3is= TERESTED is an investment = QyyHYours truly 3 E PEOPLES BANK po = PHONE 16 Hi- UUiUUUUUUUliUUUUUtUiUltUiUUUUUUUUUUUUUic fnnt Jntn nnn 1tnn nnJ nnn W A Home Institution IY This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat JJM home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution 2our home people Wo will pLY you good interest on your idle =Ifor s Make a deposit tLl tiheu pay your bills with your personal It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex alwayshave lilt l will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of tho bill =Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or =Come iu and let us talk these matters over with you stolenII illTHE BANK OF MT V 3INCORPORATED = MT VERNON KENTUCKY 1111 il111 111111 ll i 111111 Jl11111fS re 1 Summer goods Must GO I ingX w coming in every day and we wantnt6 make fiodin for w them Come in and look through our stock of goods We IT Mcai please you in price and quality M SANDERSL r IJ E3 ocxcii 1 f I 7 i V 0 MT VERN- ON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Sept 29 1911 Z9 79youancate JL W RRCo r TIME TABLE i2 north 453 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a 11 21 South 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phon No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky PostoSice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAL Bane Csrson was up from Brod head yesterday Miss Ella Francis is home from a few weeks visit in Central Ky C C Williams has returned from a trip to Jo Canons town Danville Ill W J Sparks was in Louisville Cincinnati and other points durin the week x Miss Anna Tate Walter Miller and Shirley Tate were iu Brodhead SundayMr Mrs Buck Sowder were with relatives at Pine Hill during the week Mrs Sarah Rickles of Harailtoi Ohio is with her daughter Mrs W T Davis- S B McClure was here Wed nesday on his way to Pisgah tOv at tend the Baptist revival Mrs Willis McKenzie was with her husband at Crab Orchardfrom Sunday till Wednesday Mrs Sarah Maret of Wildie spent a portion of this week with her daughter Mrs J Fish Mrs A J Clayton who use to be Miss Kate Spradlin of Jackson ville Fla is visiting Miss Eva FishMr and Mr R B Mullins and Master Benjamine are in Knoxville seeing the sights at the Appalachian ExpositionTribble Bryant who is becoming ftanexpert with the razor is holding down the barber shop while Paris Sowder is away Mrs W M Poynter is in Crab Orchard at the bedside of her granddaughter Mrs Lillie Holmes who is very sick Chriss Harkleroad of London came in with contractor Chilton Tuesday to assist in putting through theSkeggs Creek pike Miss Bertie Brock passed through here Wednesday on her way to Louisville to be with her sister Mrs E S Albright and little daughter Lucille W M Payne engineer at Sparks quarry boasts of having the be t watch in town with the exception of one owned by watch inspector Franklin who has a duplicate Jack Conn Id ft for Aransas Harbor Tnesday after a tour of the East and three weeks pleasant visit with relatives and friends in Rock castle and other Kentucky counties Rev George S Watson will re turn toda 01 tomorrow from a trip to Knoxville Tenn and Several points in North Carolina where he visited some of the Presbyterian Schools F L Thompson Jr Miss Julia Fish Charley Adams Miss Vir ginia Davis William Fish Miss Ann Fishback Floyd Miller and Miss Daisy Fish were in Wildie iIu Mrs J T Hackley of Lincoln county and Mrs Belle Cayce of San Antonia Texts are here visiting their brother James Maret at this place This is Mrs Cayces first trip to Kentucky during past 30 yearsOur William Jones who is member of the New York City Police Force in the Traffic squad was selected one of forty to repre sent the City of New York at the State Fair at Sy racuse in a series of exhibitionsJ klev after a two months inspection of the recebt installed telephone system ot the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Raiiroad between Chicago and the Pacific coast visited his uncle James Maret here first of the week I He left for his headquarters in New York yesterday where he has been employed for most ten years as an expert electrical engineer by the largest telephone and telegraph cimpany in I Dr D B Southard wash Louis yule Tuesday Miss Fan Sparks is spendlhg the week in Louisville Robt and C C Cox are in Louisville buying goods Miss Elizabeth Falts of Danville has been the guest of Miss Rebecca WatsonA Hamlin and son Maurice were up from Livingston Monday on businessMrs Ramsey spent last week with her mother near 021 indo Atty J W Brown and son Conn are taking m the races at Churchill Downs R H Hamm Uncle Jerry Frith and others were here from Brod head during the week Charley Baker and Will Merricks L N brakemen were with homefolks this week Miss Lyda Cook was here from Livingston Sunday the guest of Mrs G M Ballard Donald Edwards of Berea and Earl Phillips of Wildie were with Shirley Tate Saturdry Lewis Crutcher of Mercer ounty has been the guest of Squire Charley Armstrong at Ottawa Mr and Mrs M B Satin leaves Sunday for Stanford to make their future home much to the regret of their friends here Mr and Mrs Paris Sowder are at Jellico this week to attend the wedding of Mrs Sowders sister Miss Mae Broyles to Wm Bird LOCAL Guaranteed Patent Leather shoes for Fall wear at Fishs The heating plant is being in stalled at the Graded School New stock of Young Mens Swann Derbies just opened at Fishs Get yours early Hats Hats Hats Dont forget Mrs Cleo W Brownsdisplay pf beautiful hats on Saturday Sept 30th Work on Langdou Dormitory ad dition is progressing nicely Steam heat will be used throughout the building The Peoples News Barbours 1IUe is now being run by A W Soward as editor and 1 P Haney associate When in town call and see my millinery goods Ladies Misses and Childrens hats Joins Chas C Davis drug store MRS ANNIE HENDRICKSON Sam Lackey the Gas Light man from Stanford was here this week installing lights for C C Davis Sutton McBee the Baptist churchand U G Baker There will be services at the Presbyterian church Suuday mor n ing arid evening The evening subject will be The Young Man and his Work in the World How many boys in Rockcastle are trying to win prizes offered in the Bovs Corn Club Boys there are some good things for you and they are easily won if you fry Get busy come to the Farmers Institute and learn more about farming Work work There is no reason why any mad who wants to work should be found in idleness in this community Mr Chilton the con tractor for the new pike wants all the men he can get The quarries are all running full blast and there is plenty of work and pay for all who want it Forming has been placed for making concrete pavements in front of Langdou Dormitory on North Williams Street J W Brown will fill in the gap between the Dormitory and Main street with concrete walk Some flurry was created in town Tuesday morning when Jim Azbill an epileptic living two miles south of town walked up main street from East end to depot crossing barefooted and minus all clothing excepts shirt It seems that under the excitement no one thought of topping him until he reached the depot where he was held up and after a little time was propery clothed and took back home He is subject to fits and had ben haying one alter another for three days and yesierday morning he walked oft while the family was off their watch It was a pitiful sight to see a person bereft of mind walking aimelessly abaut ill the manner he was and it created no mirth but commiseration from all Rain Coats tot the whole family at Fishs Watch Fishs windows for the new things for men to wear IG C Fishs place is called The Willows and G S Griffins Buckeye Dont fail to hear Hon Harvey Helm and Judge J S Owsley who will speak at Brodhead tomorrow Dont forget the time and place Saturday Sept solh MRS CLE W BROWNS Anyone interested in secondhand furniture will call at Miller house 9 8 tf When you come to the Farmers Institute Oct 13 and Ljtb make iny store your headquarters J FISH When you want to buy your Fall and Winter hats come to mv store I have prices to suit you MRS HENDRICKSON Work on the Langdon Dormi tory is being pushed and when their improvements are completed this ill be the best frame building in this section On Saturday Sept 30th I will have on display a beautiful line of Pattern Hats You are invited to see these hats and I feel sure you will buy MRS CLEO W BROWN FOR SALEAt a very lew price a desirable and well located resi dence in the town of Livingston For further information address J E WOODALL London or J S CALOWAY Livingston Ky SeptiJ 3t- Another big crusher has been added to the Mullins Station plant and a new one put in at Cluro sandpit This adds considerable to cutput facilities These improve ments like the others were set by that expertmachinist R A Sparks who is kept on the go be tween the various crusher plants of the company The following officers of Lan drum Council No 69 R S M were elected and installed at the regular meeting Sept i8th A B Furnish T 1 M James Mar et D M Geo S Watson P C of W Fritz Krueger Treas S C Franklin Recorder W E Grey C of G Jno W Mullins C of C George Owens Steward James Rickles sentinel On Richmond stieet the pavements along the property of J M Brown and the Miller estate have been thrown open for use Form ing has been placed for pavements abutting the property of Judge Bethurum and Dr Southard It is to be regreled that on account of the Town Board being tied up by injunction and no lunds on hands in account thereof much needed crossings to connect these pavements cannot be made now so mud crossings will likely prevail during the fall and coming winter The Womans Club of Mt Vernon met at the home of Miss M B Williams last Friday afternoon to discuss plans for the work of the winter A program committee was appointed and it is expected the regular workwill begin at once Three new members were received Misses Rebecca Watson Marion Oskamp and Maud toIljoinall who are interested in the lines ofwork done by the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs Tht prize of ten dollars offered last Spring by Judge W illiams for the most attractive best kept premises was awarded by the com mittee as already reported in these columns to Mrs Fannie Adams and Miss M B Williams and was at this meeting turned over to them with congratulations by the President of the Club to whop the check had been sent S ptlst Judge Williams while on a visit in Mt Vernon this theIwellprovement over past years The committee desires that further special mention be made ot the well kept lawns of J T Proctor G M Ballard Jones Fish Mrs Willis Adams Mrs Clec Brown Chas C Davis and would have been glad to have had prizes to give to all these and more The members of the Club sin cerely thank Judge Williams for the strong interest he has for MJ thankthecommittee Ji r- IIII WE FIT PLEASE Our Young Mens Guaranteed II Clothtn g have been made witha E good understanding of what wanttIt in style young men admire so much will be found in our ill displayofyoung mens falland E winter I There are the famous Guaranteed E Clothes which both we makers1m Toes ALL WOOL AND GUARANTEE TO SATISFY YOU of Z 2 BROWNS once Ccc = =IIii J r IT School Days Bring Many Problems You owe it to your children to see that they are well dressed havebeenheforgetsthe kind of stockings that take care of themselves Leapfrog foot ball and many other games need have no terrors for the mother who has bought her son JThUietfLtai Let him scuffle slide jump allover the play groundno strain no WunderdyeWunderyarnsuntil they have the strength of rope with the feel of silk double threads of Wunderyarnno menTbertheand toes of gJBJuJejfuag are so soft and pliable and yet so strong feftuteifioa families the helps her children with their books when other are slaving with the darning needles ill CAN AND ANY Jj nlfUIJ9JJ12suits ij We could fill columns in praise these clothes how well they fit and the excellent and long service they are going to give Each passing day sees the list of customers at this store crow Right NOW your chance become one Any store in this country wouldcharge you 5more for a suit not a bit better or more stylish than these suits for young men that we have priced a25 2250 20 J 8and 15 ITheBright Spot in Mt Vernon 11H1 uHu UUU lUU1 lU1U UHU lU1U HENDRENS ANNOUNCEMENT IIDR Continued from 4th pageIThe 25th Rule adopted by the Senate at the instance of Conn Linn and Thos A Combs created a Committee on Mines and mininginwas Mr Joe F Bosworth The number of bills which were introduced and referred to that committee and which were put to sleep by him and his committee the miners of the county know about Can the voters of Seventeenth Senatorial District afford to send Bosworth back to the Senate to again betray them on tin County Unit Bill We say NO Bosworth is a whiskey man is not in line with his party an thaIDt J Harry Hendren who is an Independent Republican candidate for the Senate is an outandout County man Votefo him and vote for a man who will work for temperance legislation and thereby rid the district of whiskey which is responsible fo ninety per cent of the crimes committed in Southeastern Kentucky At a meeting of the Womans Christian Temperance Union heK in Pineville Ky September 6 1911 the folloving resolutions ven offeredand unanimously adopted WHEREAS Dr J Harry Hendren of this county has an noimced himself an Independent Republican candidate for the Stat Senate in the Seventeenth Senatorial District of Kentucky compose of the counties of Knox Whitley Laurel Rockcastle Pulaski Jackson and Bell against Joe F Bosworth Republican nominee AND WHEREAS Dr Hendrens record both in privatesand public life on thewhiskeyquestion has always been AND WHEREAS It ia well known fact that Mr Bosworth is a of the Liquor Ring of Kentucky and is thereby an enemy to the gOQd women and the Temperance cause of this Senatorial District AND WHEREAS It is a known fact that at the meeting of the last legislature Mr Bosworth did all in his power and did by his vote help send the County Unit Bill to a whiskey committee of which he was a member and wInch committee did not report the bill to the Senate for passage AND WHEREAS At the lastlocaloption election held in Mid dlesboro Ky Bosworth worked for and did all in his power to retain the saloons there NOW THEREFORE be it resolved first that Bosworfhs acts and deeds do not in our estimation make him a fit representative of the good people of this district second that we commend Dr Hen dren to the decent lawabiding people irrespective of party of this district as a man well fitted to represent this district in the State Senate and one who not misrepresent his constituency and who willvote for the County Unit Bill first last and all the time third that we earnestly ask both the Democrats Republicans and people of all political parties of this district to join with us and help rid this district of this nefarious liquor tool fourth that a copy of this reso lution be sent to all of the Womans Christian Temperance Unions in this district ancTthen special aid solicited in the fight for temper ance fifth that a copy of these resolutions be printed in all the papers throughout this Senatorial District r MRS J H SHY President MRS T R WARE Vice Presidentr MRS SARAH E MOSS Cor Secy MRS ALICE FUSON MISS CYNTHIA AUSTIN J it MRS LUCY HOSKINS ELAM0DIti MRS SARAH T RI RDS FOR SLETen acres land adjoining Emerick and James Spoonamore MRS MARY CARTER Sept 33t Mt VetnonKy You dont want tq bu7 your hat until you see MRS cioThen you want to make your selection at r and him hopscotch Only heels In mother mothers of is to at least the Unit tool well will CKA Wo collect notes and account and look after claims any where in the United states and make no charges unless we collect MAYS COLLECTION AGEGCV Sept 8 4t SOMERSET KY The new residences of Arthur Dailey and ClarwMii jPerguson in Asher addition g comle t ODi q FOR SALEA frrm of 40 acres located in Rockcastle Co Ky one mile east of Level Green near school and churce three room house onehalf under cultivation balance timber The sight place for a man with small family For further particulars and terms call on or address MT VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky Sept153t E A Chihon the contractor has begun work on the three mile turn pike leading from Mt Vernpn downSkeggs creek He is push iug the work and indications are that he will not be long in finis h ing the job Mr Chilton comes highly reccommended as a pike builder and contractor and as a man of his word He has been secretary of the Laurel County fair since its organization and has been one of its principal pushers in that successful enterprizeJ The new seats for the Christian Church have arrived hut it is not likely that they will be ready to use before a week from Sunday JLf you want a swell up to now hat call onMRS CLEO W BROWN For bowel complaints in child ren always give Chamberlains Colic and diarrhoea Rem edy and castor oil It is certain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is oleas ant to take No physician can prescribe a a better remedy WANTEDAgentseitJ e men or omen to sell Floriija lands in Rockcastle and adjoining counties on the easy payment plan Ex perience not necessary Good proposition SOMERSET REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sept 8 4toSOMERSI i Y Senator Joe F Bosworch noun i nee for State Senator and E Thompson Republican Nominee for Representative irrthe ynth Legislative Dist will addre people i How plt 1 times in the interest thi k lican State Ticket Wildie Ky ThursJa Oct 12 100 pm Brodhcad K Tj day Oct 12 at 730 pUJ 1 ston Ky Friday Oct i3 nt pm Mt Vernon lCySatu Oct 14 at 100 p m Lee Norton who has been sit so long is slowly improving Dr Grover Price is now r re dent of the Wabd section Gave Up Hope I suffered five years with awful pains due to woman ly troubles writes Mrs M D McPherson from Chad bourn N C They grew worse till I would often faint I could not walk at all and I had an awful hurting in my side also a headache and a backache J I gave up and thought I would die but my husband urged me to try Cardui so I began and the first bottk r helped me By the time the third bottle was used I could do all my work All the people around here said I would Idie but Cardui relieved me I CAROb I Cholera IWomanFor more than 50 years Cardui has been relieving womans sufferings and making weak women strong and well During this time tfiousands of women have wriften like Mrs McPherson to tell of the really surprising results 1 they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable tonic remedy for women Cardui strengthens builds restores and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles If you are a woman begin taking Cardui today Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanoora Mcdidne Co ChatWtoozaTefUit for Special Instmctions and 64paje book Hoe Treatment for e 4 J 11to r NDlmNS 1i1M rjypi ij iiiivw JMYr T Continued tom 2nd Jiagelfsuch asfthe entire toilnty ati opp6tUHty to say by their ballots whether liquor shall be sold in their county or no tand 1 shall vote for and do all in my power for the adoption ota law known as The County Unit Bill I also favor the enactment of a law giving State aid in the con structiori and building of Good Roads in this State I am in favor of any legislation leading to better educational advantagesvand will vote for any measure looking to that end I am in favor of and will vote for a direct election of United States Senators by the people vottwfor any measure to Vetter his conditions I am in favor of a direct Primary Election law to nominate candidates for State District and County offices payable out of public i funds under the proper prescribed penalties regulating same there T inbJsteadcandidates for the various offices in the hands of the people instead of party machinery On this platform respectfully solicit your active support and influence in ny behalf J HARRY HENDREN t ANNOUNCES FOR STATESENATOR t LlH Hendren Announces As IridependentPopular Man and Member of Fraternal Orders We carry in this weeks issue the announcement of Dr J Harry Hendren as an dPis trict Mr Hendren was rn in e is 78 ear He e at old Center University in 1894 grad thenotedUnited Stated Geological Survey one year on coast He is also a graduate from the Hospital College of Medlcme- Louisvil a member xf Ashland Lodge No 640 F and A M Mt Vec andKy member of Mountain Lodge No ISg Kof P Blanche K member of B arqof Control Pythian Home Lcxlnf t K member of State Society member of I countsrfor the last six ears Dr Hehdren is a citizen of the highest typV and cxerrtpjifies It tnhis every day life Thousahdsticks On page 1 II 4thafter the election of Pages of the Sen ate Lieu Gov Cox President of the Senate vacated the Chair whereupon GcO H Peters Chief Clerk of the Senate took the Chair and announced that nominations were in order for President pro tern of the Senate Mr THos A Combs nominated Conn Linn as a suit ablpptr receivedyv26 ores in the Clerk declared Mr Lmn- dliJ elected President pro tem of the present session who took the oath as fcjuired by the Constitution of the Commonwealth e On e 12 on the same day Gus Brown proposed the follow rig resolufion HBe It Resolved by the Seriate of Kentucky that the Chairman t theSenateCornmKtec on Rules of which they shall be members They shall also prepare and adopt a set of rules under which the Senate shall Operate inc do business Until the next succeeding regular election of the Senate in 1912 They are further authorized and directed to appoint such standing committees as the rules may provide for r which standing committees shall continue until the next regular ses sion 19r2On 92 of the State Journal Mr Combs of he Coianittee on Rules presenteda report entitled Rules of the reporttheril ill the transaction of business and they fix the power of the Governor the presiding officer of the Senate and take from officer of the Senate the power to appoint all standing rule 14 is as follows IIArte following standing committees each to be composed of RulesheretoforesesIn and no standing committee shall be changed unless in com pliar itu a resolution introduced by the Committee on Rules i aie 50 r the said rules reads as follows towit o v ha11 be put upon its final passage until it has been printed the use of members has had two readings and has been rcport a to the Senate with either a favorable or unfavorable recom considerationdeutime to rill from the orders of the day any bill or resolution and pro Senaterlecideby haveheny hill orresolution in their hands and Have the same advanced to t e icar to which the same may be entitled Any report or expres tan of from the Committee on Rules on any such billreso anycommittiior niea i VVKiever a committee fails or refuses to return a bill fas herein itv out or fails or refuses for an unreasonable time 4 andshallallbiltsunfavorable recommendation shall be held to be indefinitely postw poned ternofLieutenantfollowingMr defer action on the report thathMr Eaton moved that thje previous qesfionbe now put The question being taken thereon it was decided in the affirm ativeAnd the yeas and nays Joeing ordered hereon by Messrs Linn and ipjlpwsThose affirmative Amett BJl Jlktpn W V Salmon R M 1IeardPrl IGraham J C Smith JT AI1rownide M MBurnam22DowUnThose who voted jn the negative were hfarkBosworthiJOe 1 J Nagle Chatr W i WyattiG Tl1Chipman N B Newcomb R D The questionxras then taken upon the adoption of the substi tute andjltitwaclertc5deid JnJh flirmaJ lyeAn the yeas and nays bein followsThosettLX JGrihatn J C oisuifth j T i tl E Gflgiibr B C Taylor GA MbrownCurctoa tat C Pritchard T T Watkins J J EatoW V Salmon R Bf Wyatt G T 21 Those voting in the negative were Ar etIiiroan N B N gte XJkas W P Co bsi Thou Niwcoiab H D Fxi D WI Ryaa Mark Jw i frCoi 2 TaylorE 1LU I f j lr Mi t aidl ltJ1ttill tf v a Oil liittlfirt ft Mr Limn tUrM that thi nhfc ttNe ritfol fen ininfilfcih jTJiQ yfclU hind nft being ordered tlir4trifl IlCureton and Mr Welkins Were as Those Vvhb vbted Jn the affirmative were Arnett iM Combs Tboa A Ryan Mark Araiett L W Bowling W E Salmon R M Beard P J HoggiEE Taylcr E M MCatlettChipnianNBThose voted in the negative were Bertram E G Jim1 C Smith J T mown Gus y B C Taylor G A MlBiirnamCuretbn Nat C Pritchard J T Watkins J J 16 Eaton W V The Republican in its platform in which Governor Will son was a candidate declared in favor of the County Unit Bill This record of the Senate shows that on January 4th 1910 in his message to the House of Representative page 46 of the State lournal he recommended the passage of the County Unit Bill On page 58 of the Senate Journal January 5th Senator Vice introduced Senate Bill No i An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the KentuckyStatutestucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating On January 17th 180 the following pairs were announced in the Senate Mr Hil liard Smith with Mr Bosworth Mr Bosworth if present would vote against the advancement and passage of Senate Bill No i while Mr Smith if present would have voted far it if it had come before theSenate Senate Bill No i was introduced to regulate the whiskey traf fi c it Kentucky and with a view to carrying out the recommendation of Governor Willson for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amendment for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amend mint to Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes The record shows page 140 of the Senate Journal that Conn Linn Thos A Combs andJoeRCatletttheCommitteeOn page 221 of said Journal is Senate Bill No i which is an Act amendSectionIntoxicatingobjectedPresidentSigned CLAUDE M THOMAS JOHN L VICE J J WATKINS theChairside over the Senate pending the appeal Mr Combs moved the puttheAmongtheand refer said bill to said committee of which he was himSelf mem berandvoting in the ffirmative was Senator Joe F Bosworth see- pages 212222 and 223 of the Senate Journal citiesfication of certain cities and towns in this state On page 88 Mr Mathers introduced Senate Bill No 44 it being entitleLiquorsOn page 394 it is shown that the following pairs were an nounced v Mr Bosworthwith Mr Hilliard Smith Mr Bosworth if pres ent would vote against the advancement of Senate Bill No 44 while Mr Smith would have voted for it On page 397 Senate Bill No 44 An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Acts of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Ken thePresidenttroduced to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes Mr Bowling excepted to the action of the President in referring Said bill to the 44Qeruled that Mr Dowling was out of order Mr Bowling gave notic of ChairSaid as follows 44toSenate Bill No i which was referred by the Senate to the Committee on Religion and Morals therefore we the undersigned hereby appeal from the decision of the Chair Signed WILLIAM E D VLINGINB CHIPMAN On page 723 Senate Bill No i An Act to amend Section 60 IntoiicatirtgLiquors1sameheretofore adopted by Conn Linn Chairman and Thos A Combs and recommended by them further action on said bill was indefinitely postponed On page 724 February 12th Mr Thomas moved that questionbeingand nays being demanded Messrs Linn and Combs were found to stand 14 in the affirmative and 16 in the Mr Bosworth voting to keep said Senate Bill No i from being advanced to the orders of the day On motion of Mr Combs the session of the Sen ate on February the 27th was extended indefinitely sustainedbytamed him Mr Thomascalled Senate Bill No 44 out of the hand- of the Committee on Religion and Morals to which said bill been referred The President ruled that saidbill should be place- upon the orders of the day Mr Combs and Mr Hogg gave notice fan appeal from the decision of the Chair In accordance with the rules of the Senate the said appeal was reduced to writing and then read by the Clerk and was as follows The Chair having decided that Senate Bill No 44 had been in he hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals an unreasonable ength of time with no report thereon and having held that the Sen itorfrpm Bourbon county could call said bill from the hands of said mmittee and that said bill is now in the orders of the day the mdersigned prosecute an appeal from the decision of the Chair herein Signed THOS A COMBS E E HOGG The President of the Senate thereupon vacated the Chair and Mr Conn Linn President pro tern became the presiding officer of the Senate pending the appeal The proposition was put Shall the hairprevaiJasthe judgment of the Senate The question being beingdP J Beard and fifteen others making sixteen votes to sustain the Republican Lieutenant Governpr Those voting on the negative side of thequestion we In number of which L W Arnett was first and Joe Frth second On page 783 Mr Bowling moved that rtherconsideration of Senate Bill No be indefinitely postponed February 23 Mr Dowling movedtheprviousquestion on said motion SenatePllpropoand nays being required thereon by Messrs Combs and Eaton Mr thenegativeThe questionasthent tktn upon the motion made by MrDoWhmj W it was l IMgigisj I ifh yets nays V C t r r y iW 1c kr tItlfliv noswiJlhot1c1tHlt1l11 Others dMrl the vote by which the SSitate had adopted said nidtion Mr Linii hioved to lay said mdtioti on the table and the question1 being taken thereon it was decided in the affirmative The yeas fill nays being demanded by Messrs Linn and Thomas were as follows Those voting in the affirmative were r Joe F Bosworth and fifteen others those voting in the negative Mr Arnett and eleven others Mr Bosworth while elected as a Republican voting against the County Unit plank in the Republican platform and though claiming to be a Republican he was voting all the while in the interests of the whiskey people On page 139 January the 12th Mr Conn Linn of the Commit tee on Committees made the following report We the undersigned in obedience to a resolution heretofore adopted by v4ur Honorable Code authorizing and empowering us to appoint the Standing Committees for the present session of the Serrate would most respectfully report that we have to the best of followingStandingr On Rules t y Conn Linn ExOfficIo Chairman G T Wyatt r7 NewcombMarkL W Arnett On Religion and Morals Thos A Combs Chairman J F Bosworth ChipmanR V NagleC i Mines and Mining BosworthHii B Brown N B Chipman DowlingJfollowingMramendment to the Rules In view of the great number of bills now in the orders of th succeedingCommittee on Rules shall exercise the power of calling up bills an resolutions for passage We your Committee on Rules hereby recommend that th saiRuleprivilege of calling up bills and resolutions and proposing same fo final passage during the last twelve days of the session Nothing in this rule shall be construed as an abridgement o curtailment of any Senate Rule now in effect Signed THOS A COMBS MARK RYAN G T WYATT L W ARNETT JOE F BOSWORTH On March 1st page 960when the hour arrived for special orders Mr Bosworth was one of the number voting to sustain a tlhCommittecOn page 1023 Senate Bill No 337 An Act to amend Chapte 25eb Liquors Intoxicating same wa thlSenateOn page 1163 after this famous Committee on Religion anc ConrLinrHouseBilNoamend An Act entitled An Act to assign the cities and towns of this Commonwealth to the classes to which they belong was called u JoFe widening the territory in which the County Unit did not apply U citileavinga number of cities and towns none of which had the population required by Section 126 of the Constitution of Kentuckywhich pro populationJfourthclass thefourthrequired number of population By this bill the cities reclassified were removed from the effect of the County Unit Bill and under a recently decided case in Pulaski County the case of Griffith V Pow which the city of Somerset in said county was transferred d efrom the fourth to the third class hada population of only transferrefrom a Y fromIwhen under said decision which can be found in 136 Southwestern temperanpeoplestitution and the law and not permit the whiskey people to further enlarge the territory and transfer cities from one class to another satisfyth ROYALsBAKING POWDERAbsoluielyPure The only Baking Powder made artarsPHO8PHATEd 1IALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR tKOBAKI 2OOYo 50 0 I ASK FOR CATALOG M J Kodakmeansprogressiye pleasure the pleasure of tak ing the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing them GHAS ISii s 9DAVLEADING ill RUGG1ST Phone 89 MT VERNON KY 1 f r w4 11VtiOBt THIS Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENNFY Co Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists 0Hallsinternally acting dir cl hl1l t t brood and mucous s r system TestinonMi sent Price yoc per bottie SId hv Druggists LINCOLN COUNTY YOUTH BEARS CHARMED LIFE Horse run away scattering load o dynamite all aronnd but driver unhurt STANFORD Kv Sept 26 While Bona McKechine of the Hubble section of this county was driving home in his buggy carrying fifty sticks of dynamite a wheel came off the vehicle and the horse become frightened The animal kicked tne dash board to splinters and the dynaniit was scattered up and down ihr r for 100 yards several sticks brewing in two when thrown out of t h foUigx vtr our single stici w off All the while young Me Kechnie bung to the lines in effort to keep the animal from run ning away and was literati rigbn on top of thedynomite yet he came out of the affair uncratched Harris Maybrier of Lancaster vho started out with McKechnie it the buggy jumpep when the wheel came off and ran down the rvrexplosion ae thought was coming Mc echnie had the box containing tht dynamite in the bed of the buggy Between his feet nd when the ash board gave woy he was pulled over the explosives by the plunging ors NO NEED TO STOP WORK W1tnyour doctor orders you tot k it sayger Fan ou say Yo kuciv weak run down and fairies dn health day by day but you canesyou r Jit fry o give tone trtngth all c Jig our systflf ifno vheetrie borer Vhb Thouselealth and strength Try them vCvery bottle is guaranteed to itisfy Only Soc at Chas C avis PNEUMONIA f andnhardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes My doctor could not help cured by YCis New Discovery MrsJ Ill 50e AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS GOVE NO Wilson is still swatting golf balls wile Trecury ie paying out hirty d r V ry swat What es tb low who is breaking his t act tobacco patch for a pittance of sack extravagance h As usually treated a praiiica ankle will disable a mahtthree or four weeks but hy j plying Chamberlains Lininurt freely as soon as the injury is received and observing the directions with each bottle a cure can be effected in from two to four days For sale by Cbas C t avis JUDGE ORear will talk four hour about the Constitution but you could not get him to devote a minute to tne discussion oftbe Repub lican State and National adminis trations if you were to offer him a position for life FORCED HO LEAVE HOME Every year a large number o ooor suffers whore lungsare sored tacked with rughs are urged to go to anoth climate But tliis costly and not always sure flIers a better way Let VI Kings New Discovery cure Toe lungtrouble elsefailedweight Its surely the king callcough and lung cures Thous ands owe their lives and health to i Iti Its positively guaranteed for CougUs Colds LaGiippe Asthma 1fi Ltinl itie freest Chas C Data Y t ft if