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Established 1887 VOLUME XVIII MT VERJSTOJST ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY 9 1904 X1J1IRER 11 KENTUCKYS FINK D1S PLAYS AT WORLDS FAIR TO BE FO RETURNEDI CAPITOLI hTheWoilds Fair Commission is not t die wifh it The e ter part of magnificent exhiim of the States ls and resources made at the IItowealth to become the nucleus of al permanent museum in the new Canitolat Frankfurt Plans in line with this action were formulated at a meeting of the commission held November 29th in Louisville The State Geological Eeurt31l and the State Agricultural Expenis inent Station at Lexington ire to be made custodians of the exhibits subject to further disposition by the General Assembly The mm eral aud foiestr exhibits are to go to the Geological Boaid and the agriculturalexhibit to the Experi mcnt Station During the meeting President A Y Ford called up Gov Hlck by telephone explained the amI and got his approval as provider the bill making the ajpopriati n It is the Lobe rd iii tur min that a place will be madII ihew new Stte Capitol Aj f time acts m memlemit F rd of R E Hugh the Secretary and Director of Ex h bus ami of the Executive Com m ee wese approved unanimously and a resolution adopted stronglu commending them for the work done On act which was especially ap j lauded was that of the sale of the Kentucky Building on such favor able terms It will be remembered that when Kentucky was allotted a site for a State building at the e to position the commission had t o agree as did all other commissions to remove the building within sixt days of the close of the fair clearI the site of all rubbish and restore tlif grounds to shape and grade In all estimate the Kentucky Com HS ion has figured on absolutely no salvage from this source belles inn it would cost as much to conI f rrn to the rules of the exposition in tin regard as could be secured from the sale This belief was i atural the Comliision having for its guidance the results of wreckage at Chicago when the California building which cost 85000 was sold for 500 After taking several bids on the Kentucky Building some of the ex bibitors wanting to charge the Ccmraission for removing the frtiucture the bid of the Chicago Wiecking company amounting to 325t was accepted This acept ance followed a statement by the nicLitect of the Building as to the amount of salvage that might be tvpccted from the building whi was only a few hundred dolla The board complimented Mr Fo very highly for getting rid of the contract with the exposition advantageously Other State Commissions consider themselves quite fortunate to get one per cent of cost for their buildings The financial report made by the secretary showed that there would Ti 7 ss i 3r tst H onntrt DECEMBER lu funds left on hand at the wind up of business to be turned back into the State treasury Iiiire port also disdost d time grstiiying information that no d ui nissioi er expenvjesmadi apeIIners ex penses will not be spent The board decided to give the fine piano in the Kentucky Building to the Governors mansion at Fiankfort to remain there for the use of Gov Beckham and fanatic theirIdollar piano donated to the Ken lucky Exhibit Association D HIt Co of Louisville made of Kentucky woods and the panels have painted on them Ken 0ILAND STOCK AM CROP Ba xil Mitchell sold Saturday 53 of the best hogs that were raised in this county They averaged 25IHarrodSbnrg damaged by the drouth It ha b tutttd n Us growth and with n cr t haiid the farmers and- graill dealers say that the outfox k is the mo1 discouraging for years Great Btitain is our best mea market Out of something like 186000000 worthof meat prod cts exported she takes about CIF 000000 worth and of about oooooo worth of live stock sh gets about 40000000 worth Al though she carries more sheep to the acre than any other country she annually imported before the serious ilnmth a million carcasses sayiotherINO MORE St CIPI If rfyou are troubled with indigo tion geta bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A of Spencer la says ThompsonI dyspepsia for twenty case was almost hopeless Dyspepsia Cure was recoTi mended and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only timing that has me Would not be without retiecdI doctored with local also at Chicago and even went toi Norway with hopes of getting som relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cme- b the only remedy that has done- me any good and I heartily reom mend it Every person suffering with iudigefition or dyspepsia- should use it Sold by Mt Vemon- Drug Co basnatureIHow accordantly belowcinstancersgrowrdcouldnt shave her skillsoBecause her tongue would never Let her dimple chin be stilj When you want a pleasant laxa tine take Chamberlains Stoma ch and Liver TabletsFor sale Chas C Davis Well Old Crimp Is Hereand thei iftof Kentucky as shown by the of ofjher the leading Democratic received 217 170 votes a elector ever the leading elector of 893 votes The vote cast for the first ReFrThe next largest number of votes Prohibitioniste were cast The Peoples Party electors received but 2511 vote while the Socialist th3Go2tors received votes in the toStateThe largest vote polled in a sin gle county by the leading elector of the two big parties was course in the counts of Jefferson The smallest number of votes cast ocraticeleC1tors while the smallest Republican vote in a county was 334 in the county of Gallatin Tie Prohibitionist electors wtre voted for in every county of the State with the single exception of the county of r etcher In twelve counties Breithitt IIli LeslietLetcher Magoffin X ontgomery Owsley Perry and Robertson th electors of the People s party di not poll a single vote In twenty casethe Socialist party and in forty four counties the electors of th Socialist Labor patty we e lot vote for at allEThe last county to send in re turns was the county qf Harrison in which they were held up by ac tons instituted in court in the racelin2670 votes and Mr Bennett county ceived 1520 votes On the face o t ie returns from the entire district elecIsue a 4IA CERTUN CURR FOR CROUP symptomsImatter how highly they may b elpended upon It has been in u for many years and has never been known to fail viz Chamberlain Cough Remedy Give it a quick pure is sure to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of it I Inve used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in severe cases croupwith my children and can truthfully it Chas1CIDoctorWhat your dispepsiaj no better Bid you follow my fnj structons and drink hot water an hour before breakfast butby I than ten minutes at a stretch more so Weyr Itll a full line of cerything needyou toKeep you warm Such as Ladies wraps furs skirts waists all of the very latest If we have not got what you want we can get it Ladies and Gents heavy weight Underwear at prices never before EQUALED Overcoats Suits Overalls Bloves Caps Sweaters GumCoats Mackintoshes Mufflers and Hosiery At all Prices Goods Go at CostA complete line of Elands Planelets Outings Ginirhanis Chambras Cantons Silks Satins Velvets 4 LiningsTbeyyou money t SHOES SHOES SHOES t y Tailormade Suits and Hats a Specialty JCHOCKERCO I 9r1N l LIVINGSTON KY I 1S L1vIL WEEX theIS gnal ever tried to write an article hardrproiuin Millions that lia of lute oven engrafted on ns hy the Com tee of Ten who were csilltd and ordained 10 revise Hnglish xvoid their meaning nd pronrr pronunciation Only a little fun apientIfather but the mnjoritx ad Ve must have something mi keep up with the times pio ies out ex pond The days of Noey ll ehte and nir Blue Back have past and they air numbered with the things at used to wax sleeping th theidu t 0 my how poetic they did get to be all at once Ill bet a ofswords ov the eend ov the Blue Bask or define half the words it de fines for them poor silly critters But then we must travel last in this day ov Roosevelt and expanj theIknowledge of the old hock neither Its his library finished without two couIpicuons place therein azeHollerdo no or files no ovta naler everybody eems to be at peace and in love pridPas way did- verything went republican on that day Why bless your life a great big lot of dimicrals voted in the primary too just to try it Ii el1Justsome ov the late aspirants well they cant just tell th outcome e arfgood at pacifying the distontented We see that Dick Warren Birch Herrin Hill Singleton cc were nominated in Lincoln Dialler- nda things politically stand mity different in Lincoln cud Rockcastle Here a nomination is equivalent tc election tut in Lincoln eleven months of hard lah ninust be per eurnevrer hirewordssec l ere are some for tin M Ds I wrote to Prof of N Y for dognose and treatment az 3ndIyour case due consideration 111i reinofe to your case it is our combin suffeesr Osgorgetueut of the liver but I sup pose he meant enlargement uric acid diathesis with neuralgic and rheumatic manifestations irritable kidneys posterior spinal sclerosis sciatica and ascites Now I am free to admit that I often lie but the above are or iz gospel When my private seccretary re alarmIedor 3 years had a constitution like unto a Buffalo of the Rockeys and that a part afleast of the other half of human ailments would have to tale me before thej succeed in their work He laughed and said Buck you are oneone of the few that were not born to die Now some ov these ailments inn let loose before any noo ones caii find room to hitch on therefore I think Illbe here for a short time at least plagueing the Reptibs Thorn Browns horse got loose fpm him while at the teachers striation at Buckeye and lost his saddle The finder Till hereftar ed by giving information BUCK VARNON PLEASANT PILL No Pill is as pleasant and posi tire as DeXVitts Little Early Risers ae sa mild and effective tl children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are byVernonMi L Published Every- Friday U 1a1iJ ciEl afiNMR S tSTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST 12 00 Suits now si 110II Suits now S3 00 We have about 300 Suits that w go that way OVERCOATS at rust i6 00 10rl Suits Underwear will go at SOt t iVoni the lint unti the lMt Regular roc Outing will bsoIl fttICts from the Jth until lllI1hidtCl etyhith tints it will hsol1 for lOcts IN LADIES DRESS GOODS we hartthe Finest VIM of Winter goods ever brought to town STOCKfF KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Iventuclcy P SVntdl this spat fr Special Bargains u SalesiI or one of my deputies will onMMonday December 26 1904 Ihat lining County Court day sell to the highest bidder the following tracts of land for taxes for the year 1904 II L TATE S R PeDISTIUCTBarney J II 60 acres nearest resident C C Smvder tax and cost 3 15 Burk I iIacres nearest resi dent James Jones tax and cost 2S6 Cummins Geo 60 acres nearest resident G W Payne tax aud 56jresident W B Whitehead tax and cost 9 48 Livesay R 11I lot Mt Vernon tax and cost 2 50 Miller Levina 3 acres nearest resident Wm Owens tax and cost 3 30 y cPherson John 50 acres nearest i lent C J Lame tax and cost 3 Patton Wm 25 acres nearest resiI sdent Josie Percifield tax and cost 3 701 Pence Squire 80 acres nearest resident Thomas Hansel tax and cost 5 52 Sunnier Kate 18 acres nearest resident Mary Lantern tax and COSt 2 50 DISTRICT No 2 Cummiis Jon r i acre nearest andMDavidson J II 30 acres nearest resident Andy Hiatt tax andjC 0tji neari 9tresident Jno Roberts tax and cost 6 wens Dora 5 acres nearest dent j J McCall tax am cost 1DISTRICT Adams Lenard 75 acres heares audI9 Ambers Charley 35 acres nearest 5resident Eliza Ambers tax imcl1 asC05t 4 nenmr tax and cost 5 93 Carpenter Nile 42 acres nearest resident IL Hamilton tax and cost 4 30 Dobbs Agnes 100 acres nearest resident Jim Wren tax and cost 6 tji Davault Sarah 60 acres nearest resident A K McClary tax and cost 3 96 Guiun tins5o acres nearest stresident Dillard Griffin tax and cost 4 55 Higginbottoni WE nr So acres nearest resident J W Lambert t tax and cost 2 80r Higginbottom Tom n r 8oair W1anberas2 s nearedtd post 5 Isaacs Simon 14 acres near si resident Rube Wilmott tax at IKidwelltatcost 3 j6i nearresidentest d 461Mitchel1 t Mobley Sarahs heir 50 acres nearest resident Wm Kirby tax and cost 3 48 oore J lloacres nearest res dent J W Kirby tax and cost 4 04 M jCjdentcost 3 45 ttis Mrs Sarah too acres nearest resident W C Brock tax and 691tPotts Geo n r 40 acres nearest resident Dick Ri shy tax and cost 2 98 Pullen Alva heirs 80 acres nearest resident Ilarrsiou Dugge tax and cost 2 49 Ramsey Golden 20 acres nearest resident A W Stewart tax mud costr 35 Iore Howard an r 3 seres near anl1cbstSmith W Bn r 50 acres near est resilient J HmVinkle tax and cost 6 yi VaJker J B n r 50 acres near est resident T L Bullen tax andcost 3 96 Wren Lncindi 40 acres nearest resident Sam Lambert tax and cot 2 qS DISTRICT NO4 nearesresidentcost 2 64 A acresllnetrest Bastcr Mrs Richmond n r loot acres nearest lesiilent Henry Simpson tax and cost 2 98 Cain Jas 20 acres nearest resident S S Cain tax and cost 3 31 SS 25 acres nearest resident Cat roll Martin tax and cost 3 80 Calvin Henry 60 acres nearest resident P Scott tax and cast 7 92 Clark tc Hampton 75 acres near est resident Frank Hampton tax and cost 3 49 Collin heir mo acres nearest 1resident Henry Wilson lax ant 4 95 Dizney Bob 200 acres neare resident Mrs Pigg tax an cost 5 45 Evans J W 35 acres nearest resident Frank Swinford tax and cost 4 95 Forsvthe Jessie 35 acre nearest resident Bob Ritibeytax and post 3 4 Gadd Chas 62 acres nearest resident jams Croncher tax andj ors 3 96 Hampton J Wn r 75 acres nearest resident Jno Philipps tux and cost 3 96 Henderson Adeline 60 acre near cst resident Mace Aiiftlin t and cost 3 40 Loman Richard and Charley 50 acres nearest resident Tax Gadd tax and cost 2 98 Oldham W Hs heirs 56 acre nearest resident JSGnddtax and cost 2 Rtgsbj Robert too acres near resident Klla Gatliff tax 51Sz 149 acres nearest resident W G McGuire timxat Joz93 Shearer Susan too acres neat amtd95Iand cost 2 50 DISTKICT No 5 Allen Jennie 2 town lots inLir ingstou tax and cost 6 42 Bishop Sissy 50 acres nearest resident S R Singleton tax a cost 2 u p Bullen Thos u r moo acres ne1r est resident Jas Durham trx and cost 2 i S Bl lek O Grat acre near t resident J S Jennings tax and oiresident Jas Dnrham tax and cost 332 Cincinnati Cooperage Co 70 acres nearest resident Albert Allen tax and cost n 82 Cotton C B 75 acres nearest resident Win Cotton tax alhl cost 5 or Cunuigan Martica 50 acres near est resident SaUl Singleton tax and cost 2 9S Hellard Henry 75 acres neares resident D Mines tax aii cost 3 Sir Hiues Cooperage Co acres nearest resident O M Panf tax andcost 4 L Owens David 75 acres neares resident Aimer Ballinger tax and cost 6 5 Rockcastle Oil Laud Co 340 Joneshrenchtax Rockcastle 011 Land Co lOft HigcVoodDISTRICT Xo neareslcost 3 Vaughn Jno 24 acres nearest resident Johnny Griffin tax anti cost j DISTRICT No i Allin Phil T 360 acres nearet resident G J Bnrk tax aud cost tf s Ban Sanders 4 acres nearest resi dent J L Arnold tax and cot jj 05 Branson J B 50 acres nearest resident A L X1t ely tax and cost 3 4 Bindhead Henrys heirs 2ft acres nearest resident B F 9lIa 50 acres nearest resident W H Carniical tax ytidtun Itax and cost 3 24 Carrol V II 30 acres near at resident ll F Lamb tax anti cost 3 Cox James heirs 60 acres nearest resident Win Griffin tax atd cost 250 CrawfoJd heirs 30 acres nearest iresident Mary Owens tax all 4 r 5 artlIcost 3 5r Edmousons heirsIi acres near arest resident E Mullins tax and cost 523 Griffin Sarahs heirs 40 acre nearest resident J II Collins tax and cost 2 98 actsnearest Dol 9oHay Chester 3 acres nearest drrsiaent Henry Brummitt tax cost 2 25 Ingrain Paulina 15acre5 nearct crilUCOst 2 50 Sally mud J B Goo acres e5timearest resHJeiit M F Jones t and cost 13 85 Overbay Jerry 6acres Heart t resident B F Lainb tax and- cost 423 Sullivan J An r tu 2 acme newest resilent Steve Mpov 100 acres near L N R R 62 acres nearest resident jmu Overbey tax and cost to cq rAGR1gg tr t = or fvlf VERNON SIGNAL Fin y DEC 9 1904 Pttbhhtd every Frida by EDGAR S ALBRIGIJT =S111 RIPTION ONE YEAR IM Advertising rules made known or application TiiK ecret ry of War lias te cetved a 1cfrm1 Xosl Gaines Inspector General of the State JCKentuckyvigorous protest against the a maul of Inspector General Bi non of the army in favor of the Canteen The letter is a rambling production with the qualities ofa tempe ra appeal and otherwise notably as containing the charge that the army officers are lawbreakers and hypocrite This allegation is based PI tbe assumption that there ex isis at urmerous posts officers dubs hero liquor is sold and where ri ihe tnrrid sample excites the en liste t men to conduct that is reI vetgful reckless and obstinate The pfet would be ignored were it not or the fact that it coiurs from a loan who has some standing in his home community and who held a cnmissiou in the volunteer array during the war with S1 ilinIJf and who later was a First Lit ant of the Artillery arm resig from tb military servirt in Sep her 1902 Gaines did fine se in the Philippines where be earthed the comU1issar frauds and IpIaye1part in thir punishment of cvlprits Jrtomeat as a volunteer officer It instrumental in dealing with tin untoward conditions in nila at a tine when treachery was rampan cud it equired nerve to tickle the secret offenders It ir understood that Gaines belongs 435aIc interested in the distillery Lusj ness in Kentucky but that Inc- Fred idea not of course mare him in eligible as an agitator against the Canteen Gaines bears a tinst 1re1lntatian on account of his voV antcer service and that recollec Linn is the only think which saves him frow being held up to idicue on accouut of a letter which n111m no sipjcial credit howeve ont belfof the dubt Army ani Wavy Register CAIJGB VOWESP thrice cone of complicity in the assassin anonThe of Gar William Goebel twice given a life sentence and the last time the death penalty day in the same attatude that he did when first arrested Three times convicted and each time re rversed by the Court of Appeals Twice the case was reversed by a Republican Court and once Democratic Court Who prejudiced and bias as to saynow that it is a persecution and not prosecution of Powers by the Democratic party in Kentucky If the purpose of the Democratic party had been as some of the g o would love it Hang Taylor IdThedart the the Republican pa rtynew why is h lha a Democratic Court did not hang Powers when they could so easily have done so Judge Barker democrat wrote the jcfrity opinion remanding the case track to the lower court for a new trial of cRT Indiana has church which is knorn ITas rhurch lailf without cuss Iv AO carpenter was allowed to or on tle wilding who indulged Junisti pardonable habit of taking h Lords natne in vain were uiderjsuch restrictions it would le a gi eat blessing to ourflcountry Cussing 5s an offense for which not offender should ever be granted tr antonclIOLITJCS AND POLITICIANS atfbin ilJrpen its doors for business D ceUJber15th The list session of the Fifty eighth Congress was called to order at noon Monday tiou Congress will be asked to vote subsidies in nid of railroad con as Mruction in Alaskn tbi njaunceyF lUack former Lieut own Governor and one of the leadeta of thejpeiriocratic part in PennsyK canla is dead lfi 4 PAPER 13 TCRN t I ShoeIes on her aY trices and Quality Try1 pair for winter slid convinced Dry goods and Clothing in abundance at the very lowest prices We pay tbe very highest prices for country produce j A C H I ATTH- IATT KENTUCKY ofltsn R Wilcos will he the new at New York guXational Chairman Thomas art has entered upon his duties a personal manager of his newspaper he Indianapolis Sentinel and here neelfter will glee his attention to tba mblication A E Richards was appointed City Attorney of Louisville for a term of four years to succce Henry L Stone Mayor Granger made the appointment and the place pays 5000 a year it was decided at a meeting ofj the republican executivecommitteejel f the Third district at Howling Teen Monda3 that no contest would be made by Win Hetny Jones for the seat of J M Rich ai son in Congress Gen J Warren Keifer member Congress from the Seventh Ohiois missionLing r the wouldiceairenc uumint IdeFranklin county democratic refused to consider ontest filed by Co1E H Taylor for the nomination for RI Johncon takeiliafilecer n lacIf courtThe total vote cast in Kentucky it the last election as shown by the trrllicial records at FmnkJnrt i 765 The leading Democrat 0 elector received 217170 votes nrffist leading Republican d p5i277 votes making a Demo ratio majorIty of 1893 votes A sensatiouil development in the exciting primary eectiol1 h Owsley county is the theft of tiltlife balloi box in the Booncyille pretor sect Mont 60 candidates 10Gleestable picture book The theft jj ieved to have been in the inter est of one of the candidates ITEMSictdsixyearold son of T J Smith of Willow Grove Fe was killed by a cockleburr in SWA nightandday bank to opened at all hours for pay and deposits is being formed New York It is reported that Villa EncarI ciistyin d by the revolutionists aThe President announces his ialalo tention to appoint the grandson o1the Stonewall Jackson a cadet at theets United States Military Academy Appellate Court eelus hearing in the case of J convicted of murder at Lex ingtou and Gov Beckliahi 0Janthi maPotitakingfreight trains occurred at 1 vjlle in which a fireman was injthe aisjre Gotfiyear ending e 30 1906 aggregate 619 669 01efadrfalse pITheWorlds Fair grounds St Louis fa90000 purchase pri e in the furnishings The hotel 460000 The work of demolishing the building will begin once rldsIpcrsi as it stands has been liold to a salvage company and that as soon the necessary papers are signed Exposition Company will notf a dollars worth of tan property The work of removing JargstiI The annual reports of the F sistaut Postmaster General FIeJPostmaster leneral were made public K ucky rinks nineteenth in thei limber of presidential offices and third in the num r offourthclass 4fibers Considerable disorder precai the Leiter Mints at Zsigler lesphe the presence of soldiers ard Federal and local office s GOt Yates paid no pioclamation of mar tial late had been issred Jo orderedi say more large guns for the defense the solos jIt ic said that numerous shilts will be made among the offlotrs o the L N among them halo appointment of C B Compton now riceipresi vacant by the resigna tion of Walker D Hines D M JGoodwyn at present general 6 e went is reported as Mr Comji tons successor Other chtingc nre said to be contemplated effective January i 1905 theIt is announced that Divi Francis pre sde11t uf ihe Loci iau Purchase Exposition is to ma tour of the world to repay the rot foreign dignitaries and to extthe gratitude ol St tie National Government the liberality of foreign nations exhibitors Plans for the tour not yet been made Lot it will begii in the pnrg as soon fls the a the exposition company EGtHermit iTlie officialfigures for the attend Mire at the Worlds Fair were tuadi public Monday The total attend 1iuce vas 18 41073 and Uwt fit ing day December 23 Recapitulation Apriltll ttay lj7 793 May twenty six dapI 01391 June twenty six 2124839 July twentyseven das 2343557 Aug twenty seven daysThe 3088 743 Sept twentysix 3651873 Oct twenty serer 3622329 Nov twentysixS2 51745 one 2 a3 toi total 187 dn s r8 lotonIiI5t Louis Special Dec orlds Fair has made IThI ItFbut as compared with the Chicago and Buffalo expositions the figures are remarkable There laud more crime committed on the days at Chicago and But repositions than throughou whole period here Pick and highwaymen operate tensively in both places while Desmondefi chat em1tre a professional pick afixedirons1240 acres sition property Following ai polite and fire records a Louisiana Purchase xpos treatedtiled at the r num her Of deaths chronicled toterof property lost andsi Icroo total number of thefts re ported 362 total number of pTlc Doers arrested 1260 number of I children lost 1091 total number 1 ore alarms responded to 102 I alarms 4 alarms sounded thinking boxes mail bo total damage done by fire toDoc amount of counterfeit money confiscated 252 SCRAPS o JET fCocgre is openand so iS 1odtheearIvonr ercoat The Drummer There seems to J ink1Thea ut ofpeople get well at that ab L t ri J iIn OlJ Si ms u was an actor great Tuonan tirnia is a muuse An encore he did not receive holseNVu have said it liHrut yuuaceepted my present NYa they were ofaonii t Youd die for me uu sayvAnd your words the jli My heart but one question bilbIsake tell me what it is that tear Inr bMv with pi irdlvctorIt acute rlieutmtisn Old Lady Acute rheumatisn e nlrell I think its anything but c iSmithYoung Gre n lot all th money his lather lift him on yth races and is now looking fora jot wontIbareilosea a as hat SmithOh I dont know have a soft thing as long ns doesnt lose his head tItrcIrs TanteJlzinK Tess Then llier rumorIyougty your favor ir1 teacher in a Texas pu chool received the following leti rBier Will you iii the future giv my son easier some to do at titer cIlhis iwhat hes brought hoan three nites back rf fore Ions of terra will fill thirty to be bdrole v n 1u o oathRegut old said he didnt dare to go bak I e mornin without duin it So gatliif fct rd bornhayowea puffarcIonilaloe er not we spilt sum while drain SPllstl t the next some n water as am not able to buy mot erc 4LUAIJT Wiilie McBee entered scho t Vernon last week Corn is worth 2 50 per bbl jtTs he field in this section Rames Cummins is coi dysfeting a protracted meeting Poplar Grove this cveek everal members of the lamlireTorkl vetr sic are at this time Look haSingMadame Rumor says its coming Oil December ist Mr Elder sou of Jacob Elder and Mandv Gooch daughter of Ricfirst lnatriSfacl moo gone wishes go with the young couple WANTED I alldions o he L fi N Railroad in Rock Casio count Will receive same Broth head wagon load alp other rar load lots Will pay 5 ptr cord 82ft Also all the second Gofand over in diameter LUMBERition IngrIts Ayers For hard colds bronchi asthma and coughs of all I kinds you cannot take atththing better than r SntPn Cherry T PectoralCherry Pectoral Ask your own doctor if this is not so He uses it w aghyI had a terrible ttr week Ti weirfatHe theitchtsrtAllJrne ih FaHer C ghcid byIngtime ro AverkPills Want your moustache or beard tiiul Mel orricUWaci Use J Captivity of the Ten TribesSandcy School LessonforDecIIISM Prepared by the Highway andByway 1lIrnJM J Bljon SSON Tf CT2 Kings 17518 ersesl6 Head rut of the chapter thelatUtKIt s ryrtra Cneraly tretLi auttorliiii Itt the fall or amurla cumd Jn in Ciiv In It lessonleo Introductory Note fr tvi rt hi ft lercDoam the history ot towardjIarophptl the nation forsook not Its tr ekes JudgnertsItned Toe time from the reign of Jer oam II ao toCnys c5on was searo yea and in that titr six k ej four of wtoin were uaurjois Raln rg t1t ttrone Iiyinulrueao lmurUcr For of Israels kings from JCTOlicam stn IrtrcCactory rote to uveml er a or beer stir use iilble and make out your own lis IleThe Lesson Outline stmentts The liuccan ASty YI C The Lords Overruling Providence tGoos faithfulECss v 1 Suit Ills Messenger j The Message JlStvfcn Stages of Sin vs 712 1417 FIrst Step Unbelief Feared Oth Taf t1Ivs Worldly Conformity wcrstplhDidvs 912 iF atepStuhborraess The would not hear but hara ne i ltdnecks They rejected HJ satvs H laihFifth Step Idol They lift ail the cottmrurrtutr ofiail the host of heaver end ferret laa v Sixth Step Spiritualism TLcs used dlvlnatioca sad enctart 1ment v rorrupaptileComparing Scripture with Scriptu- 1elLJcdcmecourse fallenSin has n i Sin when Jt id finish ed riHScth forth death James llr ae Lord is merciful and gracious to anger and plenteous in roer But as surely as night closes in oi Jole longest day so sin unropeuied of d persisted in at law IHS the cruitt Olttr teep His anger forever Is I03t tlHAbaway vs ares that the Lord removed them fchtrrtiittagency pro 1enfb Pi 610 IiCons Flitrulne s Vs lInI- e midst of the long enumeration sraels sins vss 717 is injected thlf scimony of Gods fafthfulcess Tin nnris if jst perishes In spte ltofn Stages of StnFITtep Jnlielief = Feared other Gods 7 This may mean anything f2liefCnnfnrmitSiIa16ed eatten its God calls His cut ren today to separation from th 2 Cor617Jasi1John 21S WorshipDid rltot right against the Lord Frs a12 how many secret sins there are t are festering within ultImatelyI break out in the open sore Fourth Srep Stubbornness Thej Aoud not hear but hardened the statutestillsstep away from God then worldl onorm lj then secret indulgence he wlcl od practices of the world CaWttllues now stubbornness Notice how inI downward In the progress of sin 1Dr IIhkhbar0cutpunge thF oul onward to certain destruction Hear Gods opinion of this sin Sam 1523 Worshipaststhe aLorimolten images They worshipped al the hosts cf Heavea and served Baal hearGodsloose from all restraint Horn 121 StepSpirilualisntTheR 1i1 All the dark mysteries of th ItIseduclneTim 51 rrupticuSd iis xiiiIS y The face of the Lord is against them yeteuses terms that are comprehen mindher condtl1lDatlouEn he more than darkness In tb purl Jisht elllonrinfiteadagainst God and the Lords face Is ainst him Rom 24 5J But Jesus od cleanses from all sin and turns titonee StFatherSo you want to gel praySjnheritetakmotherI ImildBUCKINGHAMS 3iuoc DYE x L L a r Shoes c orShoes++ + + + i selectingby strasSATISFACTION1CFOR XFE ZpWtcjirry only ahe best on the market ttnila sihi nnartlntecnoes with each pair Ti Come and examine urnn 4jIVCrrcttn AWo C STEhlcrtable opas a stys aid shoe baserta TtaU1S v 3or 7va N k a y f SHORTEST LINE New and Texas Points G the street the occupants or a iiindrid other accidents are every Ipy occurrence It behooves every ody to hive a reliable Silve handy nd theres none as good as Rock enF Arnica Salve Burn cuts yes eczema and piles 250 Sold by Mt Vernon Hrtig Co- Near Mt Vernon lad William pencer shot and instantly killed nephew Oscar Reattv xvlnJe trey were out coon ImuttHg had climbed the tree to lie coon His uncle did not knot- he was so high up and Facto m Hhinn white took it for an opossum and fired It was Peatty saw He fell to the ground and expired of America The greatest nation in the world is the greatest consumer of coffee ia the standard beverage of every r The L1 al itA fI nice fittu Vtylt aI d Dunl- biIity tile hater no SUilrinJ JONAS Mc ENZIE Sole Agent Mt Vernon Ky DC9g2oC fGRANVILLEOWENSf UNDERTAKERI Kyf FuiL LINE Coffius Caskets and Robe All Mail Telegraph or T orders Prcinjitly r Filled Iv iLfJV lrcRoute AND QUICKEST SCHEDULE Cmcn aI1Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham Orleans Shreveport IyWHORSEIdumping disappear effecteMilv dtslodgs instantly Lion Co States Lion Coffee UnionItspaeltulAc Celebrated Tennant lepifOn So Fid Comforf in TRAVEL Means The Henderson Route Free ReclinmgChairCars on all trains between LOUISVILLE Kentucky Points LOUISgCOLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location In the near fu ture Get the HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT- It is the COMFORT ItNitranda comfortable train in traveling is ways a good habit to acquire opportunityhave the equipment the train serv ice the Lee chair cars and the rates What more do you want GEO L GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agt L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt HENDERSON ROUTE LOUISVILLE KY j MT VERNON SIGNAL MT V kttNON KY DEC 9 1004 79Cavil up No 79 when want to Cominiinl oac vittr SIGNAL 79 0 E I COI TIME TABLE 4 north 1206 p m 11tanti tto ami IAS LANDRUM Agent 8 l lh ten Ptice c- acd mn rattet I PERSON AL Mrs Sarah Kelleyis with retaI tires here Mn Dick Cummins is ago i on the sick Pst Jnduc Alcorn is attending mr her tillS week Jack Adams came bone rom VVMOi 10 spend Sunday IiirMr J M Bullen and famEar rived ir itn TfXs Tuesday L H Lynn was over from urn erset this week attending cur Mrs R B Mullins is suffering froia a severe attack of rltetiin UsmIMr and Mrs Edgar Griffin are visiting Mrs Griffins parents Mr and Mrs C M CumminsiWillie McBee a son of the late Jis Iciee is marine Hs home at C C Williams and anewling school Lour CAss4 brother of J RI Cass of Brodhead is workin i the dispatchers office at Lu ing stow J J Wood returned from Caica go yesterday morning with one Mr Morrison who forged the check on Harvey Chenault for 100 and was cashed by Mr Wood W H Pettus has left Williams burg and gone to CraB Orchard to wrk until spring at least Mr Newland the regular agent ISj spending the winter in Florida j Elmer Lcchleiter L N brake 1ltamsburgbruised up considerably though his condition is not thought to be serious A hand hold on the car gave way M C Williams has resigned p s rcitimn with the PeterNeatRich ardon Drug Co and will go into the drug business at Somerset H has purchased the stock of Sam Denbam and the stvle of the ne firm will he Wil1iaths SonIiJudge R G Willirms wis jTnripal r af hr Kits aver ugot ii MIROI Snndav Th K mucky Pout svs The t dress of the afternoon was delte- ed by RG William of Covict Lodge No 314 Throughout his address which lasted twenty min utes he held the attention of his big audience The Judge wH be here to attend court next tweet LOCAL Call at the SIGNAL office for IplaceMadam rumor says there will be a xveddin at Maretburg soon Read the want ad of the Cranor Smith Lumber Co in this issue Supt Ballard informs us that hebe has two months pay for teachers Marshal T1 Pennington enter ed upon the performances of his duties Wednesday morning Gas well No i was shot last night with the hope that the fl would e increased Put Geer who is well reinem t ered by many of the people acre died at Paintsyille last week The L N Will give ther ual cheap rates Dec 2324 and 25 andJan i good returning until Jan 4th FOR SALEOne Three room cot Cage good garden situated on Ric tumid Street in Whites addition Will sell cheap Terms W T DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky SALEi A nice stock of general merchandise in a good town Good reasons for piling Address JENNINGSEec Ky t 1+ i Vi t 1I FOK SuJtA scholarship to the Bryant Stratton Business College Louisville Will sell cheap Ad dress this office FOR RENT Three houses near the mines of the Big Hill Coal Co Ad tdecIIm Links a wealthy farmer of l aurrl us tabhed in the tide by Frank trrn itt at Piilsimrrf and seriously injured Druggist Chas C Davis has just completed his decorations for the holidays who has indeed proven himself quite nit artist in that line iYou are most wcordially invited attend the Temperance contest tl1 be hed in the Pine Hill schoolI house Friday December few hours rain tuesoay mornI ing has started up the springs and wdls to a small extent The water proposition ws becoming rather serious our in this section SELLING OUT AT C IOn atI begintand nntrimmed and notions out at frost Respectfully MRS SAUIK WILLIAMS At the sale of Thus Stallsworth deedat Pine Hill Wednesday rrpnrtsslotrfj4i and 45 milch cow i8 calf i 3 50 bogs 4 50 and lessIHow dear to our ready subscri er who never Slysl Stop it it I cant afford Im pelting more papers ban I can now road but always says send it I read it and like it and cant do without itits just what needEx The bank recently organized Corbin by Mesrs Blackburn an on25000 will open its doors on Dec 15 The bank will be know- as the Frst National Bank of bin J F Weatherford is presi cleut- AssociationIu a g at Lcuisviile January 6 The follow tugslay they leave by way of the old leltable L N for a ten days visit to the Sunny South They will also eisit Cuhaispending four days on the islan- dTxFIoSIGXAt the sand bank HlOwens and Sam Reames were seriously hurt while trying to drill from a hole a load of dynamite which would not explode Both men were bruised up considerably but it is not thought to be serious eThe following is the result of tue Primary in Lincoln Saturday tvFor county Judge R C Warren by 384 for county attorney W SIBurgh bv 690 for assessor W A superint 460rfodt Messrs Alversor n bed been nominated for county clerk and representative by a con vention GnsA splendid flow of gas was found in well No 2 of th Rockcastle development Co Tues dareThe gas was struckat a dept of a littleover 500 feet or at NoIIt cation points that well No 2 will be a stronger well titan No i The prospects for oil in well No2 are very flattering and experts in the business are confident that oil will found Striking of gas has created a gooit deal of enthusiasm and even thOl1 pil iJfinot found it is more than HkeW several other wells will go down ItKsearch of gas which will be utilized hx burning line wCOLLEGE NEWS Will McBee Abel Pennin on and Dora Blackburn have been en rolltd since we last appeared in prints DeiThis will enable the public school pupils to begin the work with the eheven a ie sleub are FPed throughout the term From chapel Our best friends are the ones who help us to be our best selves Modern education demandSi sound body for the hence much attention is given to physical training It has been dis rilC l IliU covered that the mere exercise of singing is a great help toward keep ing the lungs in good condition that it will prevent cure or ameliorate lung diseases Statistics in Italy show that stagers are long lived and that brass instrument blowers who bring lungs and chest into unusual activity have not had a consumptive victim amongtljem No matter how thin or vveik the voice young people should be en arIicheerfully bear the infliction in view of the good it may d- oLI11NGSF01 IV C Mullins is able to he out again after an attacK of la grippe Little Miss Ethel Hayes is rapid outItoWIplications Mrs Ed Quinn and Miss Nora Hayes returned from Paris last Jacob Sambrook anti Joe Dickerson visited relatives Cincinnati last week Mr and Mrs Brack Graves visited Mrs Graves brother in Memphis Tenn last week Mrs Jobn Shearer and children and Miss Cleave McGuire returned home from Paris TuesdayI W F Tubbs spent a couple of days this week with James Potect lat Pine Hill bird hnutingi Miss Cora Adams is Postmistress j ithis week account of the sid nes of Mrs George Cook Henry Thompson aid daughter Miss Nellie of East n rnsadt were guests at Dr Coopers Monday viadofnBorn Cooper to Mrs Jake Pike one day last week a baby girtBorn to MS Egbert Hayes December 3rd au 8tb boy Arney Milbourne There was quite au excitement for a few minutes Wednesday when Mrs Sue Mullins residence caught fire caused by a defective flue fire was soon controlled with sma damage intO 111 JA D F Francisco is back again in the Frith Hotel JM Blair was up from Row land Sunday Mrs L C Smith is on the sick list this week clerkIingFred S Durham was here from Livingston Miss MondayI Crab Orchard this week Mr Whitn Adams who is afflict ed with rheumatism is no better har typhoid fever for some time is im proving Mrs Walter Miller is inipro her bru e by having it newly paroled Mrs Will Howell of Lowe ewlnueveekIenjOYIiing girlsMrs J H Jarrett has gone to Livingston to attend the bedside of her daughter Mrs j F Cooper who is very sick Miss Sallie and Mrs Lou Purcellj are moving their shop from Martin Sowders store into the new house recently built by J II Miss Lillie Butner HiltonI heads splendid Saturday and Sunday in the country with Mr and Mrs John Craw 1Mrpassedintoevening at 655 oclock after a lingering illuess of several weeks Rev J G Livingston preached his funeral at the deceaseds home thi jollowiBg day at 11 oclock a m after which the remains weretaken to Danville for burial A number of his friends accompanied t h grief stricken famiy to his last rest ing place Mr Dunn better known re1Iand upright life and will be sadly bereaveledwe trust that our Joss was heavens gain i CIRCUIT COURT Judge M L Jarvis convened the special term of the Rockcastle Cir cuit Couit Monday whit nill last three weeks and will he devoted exclusively to the trial of civil hiisi ness TILE JURY i Tbe following gentlemen were = selected as n special venire J V Moore J Hjlton FI r1noltlJS Shell LAgnii llasiy U M Enc II it Langfon J R lJ llin er O W Oentv Sr Ilse Leger A Ciintmins J D Jitulock Marshall South Thus ParJoiij Cba IIoldraaii C K Carmical IL Chtldress and W M Haves ADJOINING COUNTfES riwalked tun ala hotel window nt Middlesboro and eras killed Htjihtdeysassinating Gen Curd anti wound tug his brother flips Curd nnl murdering and burping the heady of Emma Durham A local firm shipped an entire train load of fifteen cars ofmillet eec tol Wilmington Del seed house The shipment consisted of 15000 pushels or 750000 pound This is considered the greatest shipment of millet seed which liar ever left KetHuc1cDuvi1Je revs The Cumberland Uailroid Comj pasty compo el of Pennsylvania ctpitalistK is building n sevenuiilei trackIinto the Brush creek dial fields in the lower part of knox county Several big coal concerns have be gun initial work in that region 1iThere are Jive hundred and thir Ofl1Miracle voters and all vote the Republican ticket Let i Miracle the oldest member of the family is ninetysix years old and Ellen Miracle the youngest member is three months jaM eAt Flat Rock Pulniki county Mr R A Williams rims shot killed by her three year old andI The father on returning home up his overcoat in its 3Ccl1stomec1- lplace His little son uunobserved drew from the pocket a pistol and tIe h her making a wound from nhich she died in a few hours oftleaIol1 is the lest proof we have had yet that our brother is progressing nicely newsIpaper quit the business and move that thegr days case and luxury Interior Journal dCARD OF THANKS IiIgratiIImethod of acknowledging myt gratitude for the splendid received at the recent primary ancd jit pleases me to know that every vote I received were true blue Re publicans And J here state r am for the nominees of that primary ReIPUSTFDI IWe whose names appear below forbid hunting or any kind of trcaspasaing on our farms and will prosecute violators othe full extent of the law R P Broughton G W Parsons Mrs S J Wright WG Proctor W A Owens John Stringier D E Proctor E A Hearin WAN 1 E DICASH PAID FOR FROCUCE I vi31 pay the following II deliveredre at rc Hens cents per pound Hoost ra 3cents 1r pound ALBRIGElTbuff poundGeese produceIa J J i dr h I r I r = + c FALL LINE c 0 it Our line of Falland Winter goods have allalrived Wet have whutyol1 want at prices fl not equaled b7 any of our com r rK It petitors i fl t COI E in stud let us show yon vlint try have lr 1 aOnr country friends are mrdiilly invited tt fM 7our store their doling phice when in JQ f town whether vr UAvish to buy or nrtrilltr Houk Adams f Phone No 75 MT VERYON rit j 1f fr if t + CORE IN DJ Take I AX ATI KK BRCWO Qci NIXK Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails lo cure R W Groves signature is on each box 25ct For Sale i layIre House and stock of General Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located IBig Cash Bargain for some one For full particulars address C L PRUITT Middlehnrg Ky The honeymoon was nearing its last quarter when he was suddenly called out of town on business and will yon miss me while II am away dear he asked as re11pliedsome to he said And tonic also she rejojued toI Why to you be quered Vhj it will be consolation have the pleasure of missing you she explained IMUST BE QUICK Pains in the stomach and attacks of the colic come on so suddenly and are so extremely painful that immediate relief must be obtained There is no necessity of sending for a doctor in such rises if a bottle oft Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand No doctor can prescribe a better medicine For gale by Chas Davis Stranger Any ntal jor Mike HowclIRural P 1Hlth I aeckon t11papefer no cow ner ennybody elses cow by grass COSTLY MISTAKE IA are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspep sia dizziness headache liver or bowel troubles They are gent e yet thorough Only 250 For sale by Mt Vernon Drug Co Mrs George Henry Gilbert the oldest ctress on the American stage apoIespecially for her CASTORIAF01 nKlnd You Nara AIwa s Bough Bears the ftQlDatvi of h h Go ToIChas e 7C Drugstore I FOR Drugs Cheia1srALSO i arnaPUIcart I tAXDToilet Articles Galore CHASMT VEKXOX Jii WILLIS GRIFFINPractical UnciertUer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Suck Complete FINE HEARSE Tan letalic and Junta Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got cat get for you on tits ain that leave the cit- yor2hERSbywire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 ATTENTION 1IY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM D R c DVI SJ You dont have gay for n y rwijitioTi Extra r Special A ttention1 o Cliildl li fJf The Purest and Best Drngs only uSea in my Practise oriIwoman as permanent rejiTehtnta the of big manufactoring compamI to look after its bu i e county gild adjoining territory Business successful and established andexpenseslSalay five Expense mancy advanced Experience not essential Enclose GeneJrtrI Attached lurnish Caskets KILLTH COUCH CURE THE LUNGS i t KingsNew I IFOR cONSUMPTION Prlcelsocsionym Trial JSurest and Quickest Cure for all 1 THROAT and LUNG TKOUB J LES or MONEYBAGS Z f1 f lrJ jrr ir r PJt J Jf r i The Hustlin Cash i i STO R Er i floJ t 4 The Only Place To Buy Your t A t11 4 r SHOESQ- o Cl u 1a Ii oo6Xmas Goodss r j BARGAINS BARGAINS tf + Here is where you can always Look orslELL11DAVISo 5 r LIVINGSTON KY f y = I r T std 7 IT To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven MHOon boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature AN EMERGENCY MEDICIXK For sprains bruises burns scald and similar injuries there is noth ing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief iron pain but causes tne parts to heal it about one third the time required by the usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from blot d poisoning is avoided Sold by Chas C Davis Tire closingday exercises at tie T Worlds Fait attraccled a large at tenpance Addresses of farewell were delivered by Gov Dockery and President Francis of the Ex position Company A silver service was presented to Mr Franci by the management of the Fair At 4 oclock in the afternoon the exibit pelaces were closed and at midnight the lights were turner out and the Exposition came to r formal end Secretary Stevens esti mates that the Fair will payout and have a small surplus left over The attendance has been in the neighborhood of 18741073 Snow fell at El Paso Texss for the first tme in two y- earsSick BloodFeed Emulsion We not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh andcolor of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it docs what it does presentsCod fullest in strength least in taste Young women in their teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in paleness weaknessand nervous ness bregular treatment with Scots Emulsion tAItis a true blood foodand ti is naturally adspted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so jnany young women suffertte e glad to send a t topic io any sufferer IhjEmultiR 409 pfarf St Ntw York IWell how do you like it down here asked his satanic majesty Oh it might be worse replied the oldest inhabitant who had just irrived remember one sutumei we had back in = tHelp Help cried his royal nibs in alarm Bring an asbestos gag qui- ckBEST FOR THE BOWELSJ theooTrend rorec in the of ThJsrnoothestthe clear clean to ttto- CANDY CATHARTIO CANDYPleasantNever Sicken Weaken or 10i and bookletChkago or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THE DOOR TO LONG Lire The men of eighty five and ninety ears of age are not the rotund well ed and thin spare men who live jn a slender diet Be as careful ar be will however a man past midI die age will occasionally eat too much or of some articles of foqd not suited to his constitution and will need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to cleanse and invigorate his stomach and regulate his liver and bowels reaIsonnot to old ageFor sale by Chas C Davis TO CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or True Southern Routa Daily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to San Francisco via of Missouri Pacific railroad and Scen sleepIingDaily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to Lost lountainlRoute New Tourist Sleeping Car Excur anelIday and Saturday The service and eqipment is strictly uptodate Round trip and low irate one way 11ounItainfrom all principal points in the East For berths reservations and fullTnformation address RTI G MATHEWS T P Aand Louisville Ky or H C TOWNSEND GP and T A St Louis Mo Naggsby When I reached home at 2 oclock this morning I found my wife sitting up waiting for me Waggsby What did you do Naggsby Wished I hadnt gone b6meat all x Cures Grip in Two Days everybox FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Those who will persist in clo heir ears against the domino recommendation of Dr King New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and hitter fish with their troubles il not ended arlier by fatal termination Rdac what T R Beallof Beall Mis has to say Last fall my wile lut every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discov ery after everithing else had failed Improvement came at once and our bottles entirely cured hiet old and guaranteed by Mt Ver loll DruS Co Price 50e andi Trial hollies free There is but one thing worst than death1 remarked Shcrlleigh What is that qtieried DI Lon Gutlixingall the people who are willing to lend you more answered Shorteigh with a larg openfaced sigh- REVOLUTION I M M 1NENT A sure sign of approat ling revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness 01 stomach upsets Electric Bitter will quickly dismember the trots ble ome causes It newer fails tt tone the stomach regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate liver and clarify the blood Rut down saytems benefited particular ly and all the usual attending acht s vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 5oc and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Sold and jrmranteed by Mt Vernon Drug Co Wine of Carduii Cured Here j 213 South Prior Street ATIANTA GA March 21 1003 I suiFcrel for four months with extrenio nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my r r1WappetiteIity Iu three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must j myhealth T A Cardui praised by several of my i friends I sent for a bottle and was F certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returnedand my stomach troubled rao no more could digest my food without difficulty gru1uallydiminished her functions without difficulty and I am once more a happy and wen woman OLIVE JOSEPH Ires AtUnta Nlht Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of k Wine of Cardiii Today IT pr A FEvVOF THE THINGS THE PRESIDENT RECOMMENDS Economy in the conduct of the Government General investigation of labor conditions Medals of honor for cases of con- iCiOUS heroism An employers liability law Extension of Bureau of Corr ora tioHS to cover insurance transac tons Enlargement of powers of the Interstate Coinmrrs Commission Block signal 53 stem for railroads Legislation against Government mpoyes banding together to se pure improperly high salaries Severe factory inspection and rhild labor laws- lnrprnving of housing coudiiioi in Washington Creation of a Ire tr in the Agricultural DepartnwntI Game preserve f f animals tend tog toward extinction Salaries insterd of fes in tlei Jonsvlar seniceiA national quaranteen law Retrenchment in public printing Encouragement of the merchant marine Improvement of currency system Revision of nutrihVatinn laws Punishmentof corruption in Fe iral elections cOlltrilmtict1Ireeehcd committees flol1llIIndianImines for coast defense Lower tariff r tes for the Phillip plesaud legislation for the en CDurageuient of capital there BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS DeVitts is the only genuine itch Hazel Salve writes L Tucker of Centre Ala I have tree it in my family for piles cuts nd burns for years and can recommend it to be the best salve on the narket Every family hould keep l as it ian iivaluaMe household emeay and should always be kept Inhand for immediate use t rs impel Gage of North Bush Ysays I had a fever sore iIn mv ankle for twelve years tha he doctors could not cure All alves and blood remedies proved vorthle s I could not walk for ever two years Finally was per laded to try De Wilts Witch Hazel salve which has completely cured ne It is a wonderful relief De Vits Witch Hazel Salve cures vithout leaving a scar Sold In CoeLdy excitedly Have you filed my application for a divorce yetLawyerNot yet tnidam but I nn working on the papers now ladyThank fortune I am not too 1ite Destroy all papers and evidence at once please Lawyer Hove you and your band made up LadyGracious no He was tilled by freight train this morn ine and I want ycu to bring suit ii m l name against the railroad company fir 25000 damage GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and mvself contracted severe r olds which speedily developed into he worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr f S Egleston of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever We be CoughIdose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use scon completely knocked out the grip It is a good plan to take a dose of the Tablets when you have acold They promote a healthy action of the bowels livr and kidneys which is always beneficial when the system is congested by a cold or attack of the grip For sale by Chas C Davis WANTED Men and women in this county and adjoining territories to repre sent and advertise an old established house of solid financialstanding Salary to then 21 weekly to wo men 12 to 18 weekly with expen ses advanced each Mondy by chek direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Bro Co Dept B Mon on Bldg Chicago Ill A 700000000 telephone vtrut is said to beLt process of organia tlOnI UIJ 1 If 11 III simGahnd cctablePrelinrationfdrAs eFotidandlle ula lingth e Stoimchsaudl3owelsor l5nIIItrpeoOLdLpWUt UtiCIIE iAlx sfrr5nrmsG- daIlwlJ t I- jierfecl Reinedy lOIConslipil lionSour StotnachLtamhoui llbrm sConvulsionsFeverrsh tn SLEER essundLossorPacSi or t rNE YOIlI Ii LdnT copy Or PCR j MT 1900 asase C C PRES W L CASHIER C William Geo Livesay A T Fish H Martin Rod Perry J E We solicit accounts of firms and Careful attention is given entrusttd to us Our friends and patrons am invited to call when in town Phone No 55 FROM FIRST TAGKl Parks Jennie 100 acres resident A Sams cost 2yg Sharp Frank n r 130 acres nearest resident Joe Minion tax and cost 3 49 talsvvorth Thomas 150 acres near Volfe W H in acres nearest cost resident Henry Delph tax andI Talker Mrs n L 75 cres Hazel Patch tax and cost HLHICS D B 3 acres nearest resident W A Renner tax and cost 3 DeUon Louisa 100 acres nearest resident Green Renner tax Inc cost 3 4 J F 25 acres nearest resi dent Thomas Bowman tax and cost 3 Sf Forlner Ruhitr 25 acres neatest resident E Whitaker taxand cost 25 Hammock Geo acres nearest resident Elizabeth Harper tax and cost 3 49 Roberts Rebecca 30 acres nearest resident Joe Mink tax anti cost 2 75 Poynter Ida So acres nearest resi Jno Hurst 20 acres nearI cost est resident Sallie Hurst tax andI No 10 Adams A E 5 acres nearest resident Tildeu Frith tax and cost 4 05 Adams Sallie moo acres nearest resident Henry Laswell 2yrs tax and cost 4 47 Blanton E L 175 acres nearest resident W W Brock tax and cot 5 90 Boyd Sarah 40 acres nearest resilient AV J Chestnut tax and cost 4 46 BlOck W Tn r 170 acres nearest resident Sallie Roberts tax and cost 5 44 Caudy Margaret heirs 50 acres nearest resident A J tax and cost Crawford Sr T nr 75 ac nearestresident J N tax and cost Cummins Chas 125 acres neatest mesident Ceo cost Fowler John town lot in Brodhead tax and cost 4 5S Gilbert Savlnr town lot in Gum Snlpliur tax and cost 2 98 Gilpin Tilman 4 lots in Brotlhead For Infants and Children Kind Have Bought Bears the a 11 Use i F Over Tr y Years r II11tITHE BjfflK OF jftT VERNON VERNNtKAY OPENED CAPITAL STOCK WILLIAMS RICHARDS JAS T A B ASST CASH DIRECTORSC S Houk LAND SALESI fcoNTINUKD J nearestI MPerronitax nealI nerrIest Dyer IIMctdence DISTRiCT Haggard 75I Thompson lJxandj tjRldams CAS iAIA Tie You Always Signatureof TOBIAI 515000 ADAMS ViCEPRES FURNISH individuals collections Gordon Rash heirs 50 acres near resident J L Robbins txa Jest cost 2 Hunley Mrs n r 62 acres near est resident M Newcomb tax 95jresident Alfred Leece tax and 6I8 t resident Josiah Wiggins nacres nearest resident Alf Owens tax ian cost 5 52 Mobley Wm Tn r 9 acrt nearest resident jno Osborne tax and cost 2 30 Mobley Wra In r 9 acres nearest resident A J Haggard tax and cost 2 25 Ruber Andrew fo acres ne rot resident Press Overbey tax and cost 3 96 acresitax and cost n g Thompson F M n rl 87 acres II tjnearest resident J Mobley 7S1Wiggiasresident Wm Crank tax and cost 2 50 Templin Sam 6 acre nearest resident H G Howard tax and post 3 78 Phelps J B 104 acres nearest resident W C Hopkins tax and cost 8 49 Owens Mrs Amanda n acres nearest resident Robert Hamm tax- and cost 2 50 Newcomb Marion 80 acres nearest it Purcell tax and 3 92 IIresidentheirs So acres nearest S Pennington tax and cost 592 Lunceford Wm i acre nearest resident Joe Purcell tax and 27Icost 3 70 Hall P J 130 acres nearest resi dent Robt Paragon tax and cost 5 52 FOR PILES proImoney if Pazo Ointment fails to hewtlong 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and Liestt5oc If your drvggist hasnt it send 500 in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Mcd Co St Louis Mb- TentperamiceleyMy friend dp yOU know that liquor goes to the brain and destroys the intelle- ctJuggsbyDonthicn rmy cast tanltIIf you would tell a womans geIFirst assume a gentle tone Then tell it to her with the aid 0a long distance pttone I t C C VN iilifcsrrifc- ATTORNfcYATLAV MT VERNON K USOFFICE On2ic liuoi ti The Bank of bit Vtr Lur t L Lurtl street Special atttiaior feiij to collections SoIM L 11 VERSo Dentist KyIt Work OFFICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of markets Hobes c Orders by Telephone attend eel 1troln Stanford tlY lti The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for travelinv men Sample room on fir Bathrooms free to gus RATES 200 er dav W M Frei r MONUMENTAL nt1K Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monument and 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