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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii wThuEstablished ors1887 VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER JJS 1904 NUMBER 1i II9f rIfb t BESURE SEE rlfl fitOUR HOLUP HOOD r t Iil1OIKIOOOOOOOOIK OOOoooo t tji forlffiv like a porsonnl inspection that our Slock is fullnf jl Q U A NT I T V V A R 1 KT V o n d G OO O l ht1ej t Fairest Prices I M DNNYSnRllr l mIffa ONE PRICE STORE Every On0 Trented Alike fjy k ppP pry liitgthatis kept in a first cla s country store SewiI41tt kinds ofr series Qtieensware Tinware Hatnes and tllyhorsesatisfiedWill and pet prices W M OWEFiiS Near Spuds Quarry WI LLiAMSBUIt Jaines Gatliff will march aicuud and around in Georgia during the Holidays Elder Graham of Louisville preached at the Christial church here last Sunday Dr J D Adkins has about com pleted his brick building of ten rcoui adjoining the Belmont Ho tel It will be used by him as an office = It is reported that L B Crolev and Mrs Fannie Steeley ovne- of thcSteeley Hotel were marrie- in Knox ille yesterday There are lliirtjuine more widows left i WHiamsburg The re will be a special term o the Vhitley circuit court Legi iieie next Tuesday and will crn1 time until the regular January term which will be four or Lye weeks long This will give us over forty days of Circuit cote t The special term will be for civil cases only A COSTLY MISTAKE Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspep sia dizziness headache liver o bowel troubles They are gentle yet thcrough Only 556 For sale by Mt Vernon Drug Co Presents which our love for the donor has rendered precious ever the most acceptable reI try f r v7 Ii Ut1I i 41cI1ifl JgI I enopILAX n STOCK AN D BUh S Ramsey auctioneers re jort the sale of Dock Cooper Thurs day as well attended Five yearling steers 80 Ns lhngbtned horses 86 and 116 150 barrels of corn in crib 195 to 200 250 shocks of fodder 10 to cents per shock 9 stacks of h S to 9 per ton lot of sdrgh molasses 30 cents per gallon lot eachVdauctioneersn re ports the sale pfZach Elkjn on last attendf ednot werenthe SICOW 1185oicow 25 heifer 1350 seer goo Ibs 3350 Jersey seer 650 good steer calf eat5 5 s tall steer calf 6 sow and pigs halfIIton rye 50 cents ptr bushel Winchester Democrat 1A PLEASANT PILL prosi Rip effectivei that weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pill sold Sold by Mt Vernon Drug CoI CoNwl- vr D G Martin visited reta rives in Richmond this week Mrs Maggie Pullins who h been sick for past two weeks slowly improving iWe bad almost all kinds weather the past week rain snow 1tnd slest but water is still scarce Pal Kidwell of Copper creek moving to his farm he recently haplIJohn Mastin one of the b Tildivision of the L N has been promoted from pick and shovel Bejsection The bird hunters ore now com plaining about the birds being poor We do not wonder at since they have been chased rourdf- lOm pillar to post the past month they havent had time to eat drink D G Martin in moving to fumat Boone this week which recently bought of titer J w Lambert of that section Roam Jordon will move in the house cated by Mr Martin and keepho for Harvey ChenaultIA large Berrys chicken coops one ni of last week and killed haft do chickens and ate what it wan banen Mr Berry happened to notice bilc- next morning when he immediately put his hide on a hoardand salted his meat Mrs Berry the chief loser is sorely vexed at lossMiss Fannie McClurcs bos per at the school house on Satur day night of last week was a gr success the dozen or more bOXt5- selling for the sum of 750 whichI will be used to buy presents children aud put on the Christi tree Friday night of this we soweltthing TIIIn DOOR TO LONG tire umThe men of eighty five and nittetyt years of age are not the rotund weUi- fed and thin spare men who live on a slender diet Be as careful midIdIemuch or of some articles of suited to his constitution will need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cleanse and invigorate his stomach and regulate his liver aud bow When tqis is done there is no son why the average man sho tot live to old ageFor sale by Chas C Davis FredMy best girl has a fad for collecting Joe 3ntumuleaesI Fred Yes and she has hit upon a novel plan to get them pre5ed II1lredPlaceswaist When you want a pleasant laxa the take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabletstar sale CJlsC Davis NEVIR-Soiv COMPLETE l We are showing the most complete line of Ladies and Gents FurmsWnofsH evap brought to town SHOESIThere arenobralldof shoes lan the DOUGCiS endleglqUfilltiticSlllldCome and See US gvl C1 MOCKER CO fJir LIVINGSTON KY e 14LE Vitl ftRREX Whatsoever yr would that mt shmtKi dr 10 foufo you eiva so rt4casstriclvIseien inheie was mffwiuv state of existence it milt be fa of better fjftneJi to obey it but there ita myiIt cant lw done one liffS upj to ir Now Ill admit they nonejstC MbiliU it only rove mans fali bility and depravity I dint he to 1eve that our Heavenly Fnthei re11 jvarTequired impossibility of but gave its power to obey all His commandsaiad perform all require so Weems If we will top and think tbisjai d think seriously before ice act and ask ourselves a few questions we will seldom miss the mark aud or especially if we have been taught as we should have been Our acts hisare directed by our thoughts and teacheing then how all important it tbatour teaching be strictly cor 1rectNo let us hear theconclu siousen of this matter Ifwe have no observers of thetreat Rule I lea- we r have npChnstians I hold that sttictlght f we e n properly educated in o rearly dys chi1bo itIJRh in sportIImans li tb critters air dying at tIir hand herof cruelty The rabbit trade lively and P rofitableu1ton an kintont rabbit and 5 rabbits iz naer Nimrodthz a dollar in funHarRev CoD Burnett once told me theIektr ow weather thiSI winter Why dont sum ders com tn a shoats Say why are two buYourtspoken cf az two az masculine now come to the n StlOur schools rre nearing the eecd setjJdseems to be on illiongo Bro have sold their goods here to J j lsNorton and Albert Homlin w possessionuldreports wife a condition about as usual goingFlaj tot and I get there wont we eataanges fish turtle soup and other ve2etaDlesancigetJdofaUour i exceptili natures I spent some hours with a teacher not long since and here is some of his English 1 come I done airy one tsa it one dont know where whetherI J will or not you l1nJbad sha good shape noo Tofcday and sundfv other kindred expressions Now this is another result of early training Our early tr Tying forms our habits religion politics lan guagetc ctben it is that Ol1Ttax parents and teachers andour sociates are to blame for this not ourselves altogether for hab are strong strings BUCK VARNON N0 MORE SUFFERING indigesItiQngsilt Cure and see how quickly it will cure Geo A Thom P of SpencerIa says HBve had dyspepsia for twenty years case was almost hopeless Ro Dyspepsia Cure was recommended illisme Would not be without it Ha doctored lvjoray getting some elief- is but Kodol Dyspepsia Cuie the only remedy that has d tne any good and Iheartily reiorn mend it Every person ufferng with indigestion or should use told by l lYVrezRo Drug Co Friday ROCKCASTLE COSTr IF tU j tI j ITS HE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST 12 Oil Snits now S j 005 W Suits nn SH 00 IVe have about 300SufEthnt wll go that way OVERCOATS at costr 00 oats for 00L Ouil Suits of Underwear will go at 80 r ts fom the Jth until the 13th IOC Outing will be sold at Octs from the 6th until the ash sifter which time it will be sold for lOrts IN LADIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest lino of Winter good ever brought to town COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOC- KFKRUEGERSONS Mt Vernon Kentucky P R iWatch this space fr Special Bargains O erirsan Sales I or one of mv deputies will on Monday December 26 1904 that being County Court Say sell to the highest bidder the lowing tracts of land For taxes for the year 194 nL TAPE SR C iDISTRICT Ko I nearetsu 3izr dent James Jones tax and cost 2 86 IIresidentst 3 56 dy F Ii 75 acres nearest taxIMiller Levina s actes nearest resident Win Owens tax and 30iresident C J Larue tam andiCl cost 3rPatton Wm 25 atresnearesWesi dent Josie Percifield tax and cost 3 dot Pence Squire 80 acres neare residentTholna Hansel tas at Icost 5 52 DISTRICT NO2 nearestIost 4 05 lin Mrs Eliza lt Wlllotnea- rjest resident Jonas McKenzie tax 95Ir Jno Roberts taxand 6h20 3 IAm tershnrleS35 acres nearestj andineesQr as nd cost 5 03 est nearllscost 4 30 Dobbs Agnes tan acres nearest resident Jno Wren tux and 9tDatult taxPe 96 Guinn Jl 50 acres nearest resident Dillard Griffin tax and cost 4 55 Higginbottom VE nr So acres nearest resident jV Lamb and cost2So itemases nearest W Lambert Sotscres near resident Eli Coffey tax cost Mitchell J Hn rJ 124 acres neatest resident Felix Estridge 390jl1fohleSua nearest resident Wra Kirby 3Son48 est dent J WKirbr tax odj Cddent Alva Maret tax sadcost 15CPttnc taxwe and CIottsresident Dick RJgsby tax sadcostcost 2 98 Pnlleu Alva heirs 80 acres near per DugoIRhmsey andjcost ti c Sm RoithVariWinkliin r 50 acres near est resident T L Bnllen taxi and cost 3 96 Wren Luciuda 40 acre nearest resident Sam Lambert tax m 98tOwst1resident Juo Chasteen tax at cost h 1inearest resident R C Reed tax 98iIacresJearest resident Ilea rl cost 2 resideiIts 1I Cain SS 25 acres nearest resident Car roll Martin tax and cost 3 So Calvin Henry 60 acres nearest lresic1ent P Scott tax and cost 7 92 andcostt1eesttaxj ar Coiling heirs too acres nearestJ resident Henry Wilson tax and jDidresident Mrs Pig tax and cost 5 45 titans J W 35 acres near ireident Frank Swinford taxI 4 Forsythe Jessie 35 acres nearest resident Bob Rigsbey tax and post 3 41 resiII961Iampton V n r 75 acres nearest resident Jno Philipps tax and cost 3 neJr1iLomau Richard and Charley 50 acres nearest resident Taz Gadd gSIOldham W Hs heirs 4ac nearest resident JS Gndd and cost 2 98 i Robes 100 acres nearest resident Ella Gatliff tax aud endcost 5 02 Sailor ClIal1dIiShearer Snan too acres nearestI taxrrtcost 951 Waddle J S n r 50 acres near opt est resident Joe Branaman axj and cost 2 DISTRICT No 5 andpBishop Sissy 50 acres nearest resi dent S R Singleton tax cost s Euilen Thos en r too acres n e est resident Jas Durham tax mtaxBlack O G 100 acres neatest resident J S Jennings tax and cost 5 arpentersF C 70 ceres teal rcctdeut Jas Durham tax 5 Cincinnati Cooperage Co 70 nearest resident Albert Alen tax and costrotton G B 75 acres nearest resident Vm Cotton tax s 02c Cunuiganaiattita 50 acres n ear fst resident Sam Singleton tax and cost 298 Henry 75 acres nearest resident D limes tax and 3 80 Icost Cooperage Co S3 actdresident 0 M and cost 4 II Published Every Regular binson Jas 20 acres nearest resident iwo Halcomb tax alt l cost 35h Vaughn Jno 24 acres nearest 1rC51dellt Johnny Griffin tax and cost 3 55 DISTRICT No 7 nearestflstng3 49 ens David 75 acres nearest taxu r costC 5 cckcastle Oil R Laud Co 34 i acres nearest resident Jones Freud tax and cost 09Rockcastle Oil Land Co to RigcSDISTRICT No ft Urodheau Henrys heirs 20 acres nearest resident B F Lamh tax and cost 59 Carson Joe town lot in Livingston tax and cost 3 2 Cox James heirs On acres mare t resident Win Griffin tax ant costcCrawfoJd hers 30 acres nearest residepf Mary Owens targetsY Ico t 4 ov J T5o acres neate resfdentCartt lot tax au1 5iamistacrefnearest resident J H Collins tax tied cost 2 cJ Herley Mahei n r 30 setts DoleOlIt acres nearest resident F Lamb tax and cost 4 r acreJMooit 100 acres near r S X R R 62 acres nearest resident Jno Ovcrbey tax and cost to 94 fcOXTINOKD ON lOUItTU PAG1J A Crit rsrx Crtr rottCnot r symptomsr v exItF nmenl with new remedies nn matter haw highly they may Ir t recommended There is tine ptc p artition that can always he dc pended upon It has been in use l for many years and has never beta known to fail vi CIntnberlain Cough Remedy Give it a quid cure is sure to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of I have used Chamberlain Cough Remedy in severe cases of 5erneP with my children and cart say it always gives y relief For sale by Chas C Davis tootc5i trThe Drum Well yon cant bent e Ill bet I have the biggest heaI n the morning auoyou awesands jstrtngml Ion 5The Bones Shutup there will i0 Voucet me rattled 52MUST lies QUICK attackande come on so suddenly and are so extremely painful that im nediate reliefmust lw obtained There is no necessity of sending for adocor in such cases if a bottle ot Chamberlams Colic Cholera aortIDiarrhoea Remedy is at haedioctor can prescribe a better tUediItine For sale by Chas C Davis I I t ww T MT VERNON SIGNAL t FKIDAY DEC 23 90tI Published every Friday bJIEDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE VRORIOO divrrliwi t rates made knoifn on I l li 1IiotITIIR following from the Courier Journal will give some idea of the serious condition of affairs in Russia Despite the efforts of the Russian Government to conceal the deperate condition in pomej parts of the empire resulting from the calling out of the reserves or as known there the reservists as re enforcements for the army in r Manchuria authentic accounts arc published of terrible scenes of fre quent occurrence in Poland and other disaffected provinces In some towns wives of reservists have thrown themselves in front of Unit s which were bearing their husbands to Russia and have been crii5hei to death In some in stances rather than be enrolled men lute kiled their wives and chit dren and then committed suicide In thiee districts the people have been fired upon by Russian recruit lug parties and in one case whet orders were given to decimate tnt Polish reservists who refused to march the Polish Colonel Dzwou skowski blew his own brains out in front of his men More titan 40 000 Polih reservists have been mobilize3 in spite of their protet that Russia is not their fatherland a id that they would rather die in Poland fighting for their liberu than serve in the Russian Another instance of 3mlIence of tire war and its complications and of popular unrest traceable to it has been shown in tle late trial of Sasoneff for the as sassination of Plehve the blood thirsty Minister of the Interior The plot was deliberate and exe cured in open day The accused when placed on trial confessed the T deed mdjustifietl it as a patriotic art eton conviction by the body before which he was tried he was merely sentenced to iaiprison meat for life and his confederate itfurtwenty years But even this sentence was reduced by the Hut perors manifesto to a term of four rteen years for Sasoneff and one ot ten years for Sikorif Ky his col league Although the trial was held with barred doors and hurried to its conclusion there were evi deuces of great uneasiness and alarm produced by the popular deuioustialions in the streets only restrained from violence by the presence of troops and large bodies of police POLITICS AND POLITICIANS President Roosevelt stated that according to present plans he will visit Louisville next spring while on his way to the Rough Riders reunion in Texas No other South ern city will be visited The Colorado Supreme Court has goneso far in the counting out of Guvelect Adams and the Demo cratic ticket that the Republicans now have control of both branches of tlie Legislature That boay is iiow depenjdsd upon to finish the yvpvk r The Senate Committee on Terri lories by a vote of 6 to 4 author a favorable reporton the tate hood bill providing for the admis sion into the Union of Oklahoma and Indian Territory to become the State of Oklakoma and of Arazona and New Mexico to become the State of Arazona The bill is the VVone originating in the House in Vthe session of the Fiftyeighth Congress but has been amended y- rVV materially by the Senate Commit Vtee Pennsyhaniatthere are enough Democrats in the country if they would all vote one yay at any one time adding that the two factions have been so busyftp trying to get bold of the party ma chinery that they never got within reach of the Government machin eryCoIf we do not stop this he declared 1tliere will come a time when a Democrat will be defined as a mast who does not agree with a Democrat That definition might wen have been applied long cmt51tobefore the troublesome days of 96 and was particularly notable when such agreement was called for dur The Arnold Shoe The Beston The Market Prices and Quality considered n pair for winter nnd be convincedV Dry goods and Clothing in abundance nt the very lowost prices 3Ve pay the very highest prices for country produce A C FT 1 ATTnIxrrKENTUcKYV V Vingcrats were charged with the full ad ministration of the Government The Prohibitionists polled at the last election 40000 more votes than their candidate received at tbeIpresidential election ofIWhile at the same ratio of growth 1000 a year it would take a great many year before the Prohibition party became strong enont to be formidable among the political par ties of the United States its UteroI hers are much encouraged showing made which indicates at least that the Prohibition party is not moving backward Its gains were distributed rather unevenly About 6000 votes were gained in Pennsylvania from which State the presidential nominee Dr Swallow was chosen 2300 in California the chief winegrowing State 20 100 in Illinois from which Prohi bition candidates for President four yeats ago was taken 10000 in In diana 3600 in Kansas 3 000 in Kentucky 1000 in Michigan 2 600 in Nebraska 1400 in South Dakota 1600 in Texas and 3000 in West Virginia NEWS ITEMS IThe late Wm L Hlkins of Phil left an estate worth 31 37826844 John Neicam the wealthiest farmer in Daviess county was found dead in his bed Marcus D Grover general coun sel of the Great Northern railroad is dead at St Paul Mrs Jasper Roberts of Fords vine but 15 year old committed suicide with strychnine Crude oil in the KentuckyTen uesbee fields suffered a reduction in priceof5centsabarreLV Wm Jibbins a wealthy farmer of Dayton Wash was bound gagged and robbed of 6000 Nathan Grant 50 years old com mitted suicide by shooting himself three times at Vanceburg Gov Beckham will be asked to commute the death sentence of LexingtonJ orphan march asylum iu New York in safety All crude oil in the Kentucky Tennessee fields suffered a reduction in price of five cents a barrel Mrs Chadwich was too ill to ap pear before the referee in the bank ruptcy case against her at Cleve landThe frigate Constellation oldest ship in the American navy launch ed in 1797 has again been put in commissionThe N has arranged to ab sorb the Atlantic Knoxville and Northern and the LaFolfette and Jellico lines Assets of the defunct Kansas City Safe Deposit and Savings Bank of the face value of a million dollars were sold for 400 Andrew Carnegie presented the sum of 540000 to the city of Bos ton to found an institute for In dusrrial Training The Cumberland telephone and Telegraph Company will increase its capital 1800000 to providefor important Southern extensions Announcement is made that under no circumstances will deforced persons be married by any of the clergy of Trinity church parish New York At a ralley Cincinnati Metho dists to welcome Bishop Spellmeyer resolutions were adopted endorsing the proposed new peace conference at The HagueV Because he was tired of going to school and was angry because his father Albert Baston wouldnot lethim go tocollege GeorgeBasI ton 16 years old burned the school house there Max Hart the New York postal clerk who purchased an old trunk and found it contained 30000 worth of bonds found his immagin ed wealth was worthless as the bonds bad never been negotiated An expedition in charge of pro fessors of the Indiana University will he sent to Spain to observe 30thiMembers OfVtlle Jefferson Fiscal Court expect to begin work on then armory in March and to corn plete it within a year with a maxi mum cost of 325oooiThe Southern Ncv England coast was swept by a storm of bliz zsrd severity At many points wires were prostrated and fifteen schoon ers were driven ashore at Vineyard Haven So far as known no lives were lostta p itch from Tokio has opened ne jgotiatioijs with the Japanese be siegers for the protection of the hospitals of Port Arthur He has agreed to furnish General Nogi with a map showing the locations of the different hospitals William Pattersons handsome home at Anchorage was burned to the ground entailing a loss of 30000 in ex ess of tha insurance While the flames burned thieves looted the lower portion of thz1 premises securing thouia lollars worth of silverware brieal bfac wines etcV The contract for the sale of t5 e property offered by the Worlds Fair Company ton Chicago wreck ing company for 450000 was signed and the first payment of giboooo made The remaining 350000 is to be paid in 10stalI ments The wrecking buildings will begin immediately The Horticultural Falace will be Chadwick was arraigned inI the United States district court Cleveland pleaded not guilty to delIntIOberlin Think also were arraigned pleaded not guilty and were each placed under bond of 25000 which tlieygave- Nine lives were lost by the burn ing of the Starin Line steamer Glen Island in Long Isand Sound at an early hour Saturday morning The property Joss is roughly estimated at 250000 Thirtyone persons vhenIcaped except those whose exit had been cut off by the flames before the alarm of fire reached them of the testimony in the ISome damage trial at Winches Robert Chariev Breathit testified that Judge lot Hargis offered him 500 to kill Marcum and showed him the Jtmej1Ihe would get Marcum out of the way He said that Hargis after ward informed him that he had secured other persons to do the work As evidence to prove the state EelixjFeltner ofltbestateuent that Feltner had been offered 1600 to leave and take other witnesses Miss Donaldson bookeeper in the Winchester Bank testified that last September Felt I ner depositfcdi 40 previous tri noacrountIthere added to the Feltneaecounr Creditors of Alexander Dowie are talking of another movement to put Zion City in the hands ofa receiver They claim that the report that the receivership debt had been settled was incorrect thettaooo is still unpaid that new obligations have beeassumed and that Dowies personal liabilities amount to 3000000 or 4 000000 They assert that Zion City is dwindling in populaticu and that a financial crisis is imminent Zion City officials deny all these statement and insist that on is in better shape than before the receivership a year agor i r The jury in the trial of Jam s Gillespie at Rising Sun Ind for the murder of Elizabeth GiUespie his sister was finally completed Saturday and the taking of testi m hv fcegun The aged mother f tIe defendant and murdered daughter who is eightyone years old was the first witness to testifv AlJO1NINGCOUNTIES The following is the outcome of the Republican pi imary in LaurelI county last Saturday Yadon tor Representative 149 George VV Swanner for Sheriff 138 P R Pennington for County judge 343 G P Johnson for Jail cr 353 W M Brewer tor Assessor 4SJ K Lewis for School Super intendent 59 Ira J Davidson for County Clerk 365 Hiram J John son for County Attorney Theodore S Mon for Coroner and Sam A Mon for Survej or wm without opposition The Danville Fair Association will give a trotting meeting thr coming year the old organization having sold put its plant to a new association composed of leading horsemen of Boyle county The trach ot the phnt is only a half mile but has always had the ret illation of being one of the fastest short courses iu the country It was there the sensational Nancy Hanks scored n worlds threeyear old record for a half mile track anc made her first bid as a star hi th trotting world from which she re tired as the Lou Dillion of her day Interior Journal Written 1r Miss Bessie Poynter the 15yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs D C1I1ISTMi0 Poynter TTnE COUN TRY There ire rrery peals of lighter Soundin from the farmhouse hall Oh the green and scarlet holly Gleams waere rosy firelight falls Theres a turkey in the oven Roastiu to a golden brown An the big plum pudding waitur With the brands blazin round Oh its fijhin in the summer An its huntin in fall But a Christmas in the country Is the happiest time of all Whon the snow is on the fir tree the road down by the mill IAn the ice is in the milldam An the oM wheels stpndin still Then the sleigh bells merrily jingle Authe sound is mighty der Par the old folks in the country Know the holidays arehere Theres a big tree in the parlor Decked with giftsfor young and old An the yulelog burniu brightly Makes theandironsgleam likegold You may talk about your good time h1estI BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS DeWittflsthe only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for piles cuts and burns for years and can recom theIitas it is an invaluable household renirly and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush 1N Y says Thad a fever sore my ankle for twelve years that thedoctors could not cure All salyesaud blood remedies proved forIme It is a wonderful relief De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by M t Vernqn Dcug Co WANTED 22 inch heading bolts at all points on the K C and K D divisions of the L N Railroad in Rockcastle county Will receive same Brad head wagon load all other points car load lotsYjfl pay 5 ptr cord 32ft Also all the second growth white oak butts 30 inches longS inches and oVer in diameter COjdec93m lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard abe ttf1 brow Qrr1chIackP Vse THe Prince of Peace ftSunday Schoot Lesson for Dec25 1904 Prepared bytite Highway and Byway Preacher i toyrihtJ214byJ x LESSON TEXT Isaiah 917 Memory verges Read nso lufecs account e birth of the Christ In Luke 122iGOLDEN TEXrhHls name alld Wontlcvful Coimsclior The JJishtj The EvnrlastJrK Father Tro Prince of IrnIJpr some f IIczeklah B C t Jcrisi rt e hcnc of tiC prophet Introductory Note TIios verses from iho iirophecy of Isaiah which form the busls of our Christmas Its son are the concluding portion of the proph cy of Chapter the Xeverthrifss of the vtvsViK verse indicating a cortnts between tho Judgments ana calamities enumerated In chapter rnfi tire promise of the Light ird te 1rlnce of Peace gIrth the nrt sCCfl verses of chapter Tro ambis iKy cf hof the text is rei rsvetJ by tf Hcvls d Version especially in t third flfh verges The third terre eais Thou multipMed th nation tOil hast Increased tholr Joy etc Tire Ifth verse Krr au the arrcotus of the trCV I tietuimrt and tc garments In blood stall for burnln for fue r lire Tc apjueclae the conultlon of sin id Oesyation of the nation Implied in the crai darkress as a rf sut of the corrup figa of Ahaz during which period this irophecy was uttered wt must turn hack o Isaiah and Kings IGlSaail the paral H passage In Chronicles nut great Cark ers his the promise of Greater Light Tire Lesson Outline TJIKMEChr5st rind ills K I lcm Tta jlid of the SiiaSoK of Deaihvz 12- PH of I Vexation ffl Affliction Darkness Death tIThe Vision of tire Coming 0UCVSV tJ Slis Essential Characteristic Light A great Light The Light sbireU IIisMissionteltvernnCe Thou host broken the yokcttre burtvnstaf- trodv IVc His llethods Peaceable TiltHis Authority Supreme The ernment hall be upon His shoulder v His Xaires a Wonderful Coun sellor c The Mighty Gd tIJ Tt Everlasting Father e Tre Irirc of Peacev tlL The Character of Ills ICiagiom vs Peaceful anJ Prosperous Of the in crease of Ills government and ieac there shall no cod IJigUteous Tp establish it ivirj- udginent astl with justice t Everlasting From henceforth even forever iV Tlie Certainty of Fiit5IrrtTitz- eal of the r i cf Hosts wi form tIsvComparing Scripture with Scripture IThe Land ot Shadow ol Death The place of Vexation Affliction 3 Darkness 1 Death Vs 2 Sin like a cloud ensiiroudcc the land Whore sin reigns there L always to be found vexation of spirit ore affliction darkness anti death moral and spiritual HThe Vision of the Coining One 1 His Essential Chracterlstic Eight A Great Light The Light shineil vs 2 Matthew ototes tills passag xnd declares Its fulfillment in Jesus going to Capernaum to dwell Mutt 11315 Cf John 1i5t S12 His Mission Deliverance Thou hast broken the OliClhc bur enstaffrodThe yoK chich Satan pllee3 uponthe soul core galling and oppressive than tha f any earthly power He came t ireak the rower of evU Rom 72 Car 15 Ills Ulof3rialblt Th Ifviscd Version of verse 5 simplitiei the thought The accoutrements o ear and the garmeuts of the warrior re to bjcoine fuel for till tire an burned up War is to cease Unlver cal pence to prevail umlcr the reg or King Emmanuel Isaiah in chap e gives in luther detail all that i implied in this verso This part r the ironhe y hat jel to bo fulfilled H His Authority Supreme Th EGerunient shall be upon His shoul ler This also awaits fulfillment 5 Ills Narnesn Wonderful fut cs 11S margin Tim 8liCcauisellrEtdm 1133 24 Col ttt c The Mighty noclp 248 Titu 213 The Everlasting FathErJ child yet The Everlasting Father See Jesus own claims in John 103 pnd 140 Tile Prince of Pears A title in harmony with the dfelnra tiontif verse Already He is ou peace Luke 214 Eph 214 IIIrhe Character or His Kingdom 1 Peaceful anti Prosperous Hi reign will bring prosperity anti pcac such as was never before known 2 RighteousWhen Christ shai reign then shall perfect rlghteousnes pievall Isa 1221 Ps 456 7 3 EvoriastingFrom licncefcrt even forever Dan 244 IVThe Certainty of Fulfillment The zeal of the Lord of Hosts ViI rciform this This Is the guarante cf the realization of all the vcndcrfr urovlsiona of this striking prophco Seven centuries before the Christ was Jiorp Isaiah had th3 vision of lilacams and how marvelously wr Scriptiiro fulfilled in Him There ar rrophecies still to be fulfilled and not tr jot or one tittle shall pass from the law until lt be fulfilled Mat- sl1S Is 408 516 IHi name Shan be called Wcmier Jul Counsellor the MIghty God the Kverlasting Father the Prince ot Peace Whats In a name has been aked In irony Alit Everything wheu there is character behind the name- The titles which the Holy Spirit gave to Jesus 700 years before His advent are ixpreafcive of His character Inierprei Jesus through His titles and then let Jesus become the exponent and definition of these titles The Gospels spell In marvelous fullness and accuracy the names Wonderful CounseIlor tha Mighty God the Everlasting Father the Prince of Peace 1Iis plain to see by the large amount presents received bythe kid That account Santa Gnus neer kept strict Of all the things be ditfIKeep them in the house one when you feel bilious or dizzy They act directly on the liveriiwM DYEran VVVV e xMAs2 2 COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR V000000000c000000o000 IIA ml every one likes to give their nearest friends utid relttivrs sonic little tokrn of Remembrance IlVe have just what you want LineIRESPEULFULLY OBTYCOXV IhI Xo 66 Mt Vernon K v F appreciates a sbitstsmnbrabie and Fanuf shoe ThZAIDEElhoe embraces these quahiles risde thef i A I7A c r u it R tJE Ir J Lc tV A f iP ills rus rars 1iY Er Tray Passr Agt 89 E Main St X- yly 4 tili Tf Gen Mgr YoC t Pass tt- A FRIGHTFNED like mad down the reet time or a theres none as as nV Salve Burns cut res eczema and piles under its effect nIt 25C Sold by Mt Vernoi Drug Co you buy it comes in sealed air packages no chance for or dirt or to get Clean Fresh and Fragrant Sibyl Yon 5 mikes me weary In whal he is o kissmeWhen we are alone dont you want him 0 Sibvl Qfy it isnt that But I think he might try once in t t Q The Celebrated prdtJ11t Fox fittirur Myle HI d Dura Inite lInn no superior Mt Vernon rr GRANV1LLEOWENS iQ Arnica before FULL Coiiins Caskets and All Mail or r t C Ouean 15t8 SHmrnS tH ES 5C3tlLt Cincinnati Knoxville fia1Birmhu ham rew IandTexas mfCIYC11 riagton RINERSON HORSE Running dumping occupants ecrllay disappeni Ijickly soothing dipinto Lion taf Iuu tight handling things Greening Phyllis wa- ySibylVby qlways trying tPhyhhisAnd lardenC1ihto succeed awhile Tennant ShoeV LWAY they JONAS Me ENZIESole KyV Telegraph LINE Robes Ilephon orders Filled Promptly Crasen1 EOJ tryV So Fid Comforf InTRAVELMeansThe Route Free RecliningChairCars on all trains between LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AND SGU1HWEST If you contf raplate a trip or a change oflocation in the near ture Get the HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT- It is the coon RT IIXK and a comfortable train in traveling is ways a good habit to acquire At least give us us the opportu nity of nmng your rates Ve have the equipment the train serv ice the flee chair cars and the rates What more do want GEO L GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agt L J IRWIN Gen Prfsngs Agt HENDERSON ROUTEVLOUISVIUE KY r a ft =Mf VERNON SIGNAL I Mr VESXOS KYM DEC 23 1D04 r l9Cull lip No vnnl tu SIGNALZcute with i Ij hiITIME TABLE 14 north i 1206 pm if north 257 am 3 south 129 p n South 110 amI IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Natercdthe Pota6ee Iaa natter PERSONAL R B pinllips is in Knoxville J H Harp is ju Corbin spending Xmas Oscar Bryant is now operator at Saxton Conn Brown is at home for the Holidays E B Cox is again abe to be on the street Sam Peutiingion has returned from the West Miss Mattie Penningion iathome for tl e Holidays Mrs Henry Catr n continue in a ver serious condition Grover Price is spending with his patents at Let el XmnsI Emmett Hansel is taking off this week on ccout of sickness J Eouk will le v ottorrow night for Indiana to visit r lalives Attv YB ccner of Winches ter attended c urt here this week Elrar I echlelter is rapidly re covering frcn leis fall frcm a box carCharley Whitehead will be in from Louisville today to spend Xmas W M Wallen tells us that he i thinking of going elsewhere to locate M C Williams is very mch peased with his rew location i S merset tIe understand that J Borein tj is very ill at his fathers 1mm tear Brodhead A nee Boreing and family of Reading Ohio are spending Xma s with relatives in the county Charlie Martin arrived here y terday afternoon and is lookin none the worse by his confinement Misses Reca Baker Alza Thompson Fannie Sparks and Risse Wil Hams are at home from college Dtllion has bought property at London and will move to that pace in the near future H L Tharp is now the nigh man at Brodhead His ftmi t moved there yesterday D E Davis a tonsorial artistIof many year experience is ning the barber shop in the of Mr Harp Lytle Adams who will soon be a full fledged dentist is spending Xmas with horofefolks here and relatives at Wilton Chas C Simpson is home for Christmas from Mountain Ash ac companied by hIs miner buddy John Thompson all good people Miss Annie Peobles of Moors ville Ala is the guest of Miss Risse Williams during the holidays They are classmates at Hamilton College J A Oliver was up from Livingston Wednesday and left with this office a nice order for job rkjust Joe is doing a splendid business in Livingston Mrs Cleo Brown left yesterday for Lexington Va to visit son McKenzie who is in school that place She will visit in Lynchburg Va and Lexington Ky before returning Sam Denham who is well a favorably remembered by the pea pIe of Mt Vernon and who sold- his drugstore at Somerset to M Williams is now traveling salesman for the PeterNeat Richardson Drug Co the position resigned Mr Williams Mrs J T Hackley left vest- today for San Antonia Texas fpend the wiuter Interior Journal Mrs Hackley is a sister of our townsman James Maret She goes to visits sister Mrs Belle Coy i who has been in poor health some years tILOUlL aUIThe Fiscal Court will meel nex Tuesday IYesterday was the shortest day in the year publicISc viola today Fritz Krueeer hoc closed downs lime kiln fur the winter John Jones is running his stave burker for K nieger sons court will adjourn today IICircnit were discharged Wednes IRe J C Carmical will preach tat the Baptist church Sunday a1I IIOclock teo te subject and importance of the talePhoneMiHenry oak ib giving the hank liuilding at Brodhead its finishing touch i this week andIand all his timber at Cedarville iFJlt RENT =ThreeJhouses near the mines of the Big Hill Coal CoI Address D G CIARK dec 9 31 Orlando Ky Hani tin Norton is the name of the new firm ai Level Green They purchased the stock of Price Bros We are reliably informed that all K C trams will run into Corbin after January 1st 1905 instead of stopping at Livingston Joe Lamb living in the Southern part of the county had hi house and all its contents destroye- by fire Tuesday Jackson Lodge No 731 F A M of Livingston will give a b g banquet at the Fowler hotel on Tuesday night December 2710 R L McFerron has sold his house in the northern part of town known as the Granny McFerron he use o D K Davis The price paidwas abcut St6oo Charley Martin who was tried at Shepherdsville last week for com picity in the killing of marshal Haley at Lebanon Junction had a hung jury Ten jurors stood for convictiong bondeCIRCUIT CouRTIn the damage suit of Allen Jounce vs the L N R R Co ihe plaintiff got a Judgment for 7000 Theca e of Joe vess certaign j Lynn resulted in a verdict in favor of the defendant orbit W T Schaffer the tobac man is eery much pleased with the crop raised this year and which he says should be sufficient proof to the farmers of Rockcastle that to bacco raising will pay in thIS corn y is crop reached nearly 3000 tbs Yrue proceedof which will be about four times as much as it would have been had he planted the same ground in corn Cnjt W T Short accompanied by Deputy United States Marshals Mullins Bonn Lucky and Merritt Williams made a successful raid Jon an illicit distillery in Estil county Saturday morning The distiller was in operation and besides cap turing one of the shiners over 500 gallons of beer was destroyed IUd the fixtures confiscated Richmond Climax You have doubtless seen the mean horse in a team that always kicks and bites the horse that pulling every pound he can You felt contempt for the horse and wanted to kick him Well he is such a contemptable cus as the man who bears malice towards an editor and try to discredit his paper that is worth more to the com unity than a tenacre field full of esPeriallyat if stn ck up corrupt and under susolciou and surveilanceSomersetjournal ndAnew plan for attracting trade to a and giving the people t bas advantage of good bargains numberC of tows and Iowa called dollar day The m tobya a articles commodities retailing more than that sum Each store selects its combination and advertises il giving the regular selling pi ice for the dollar day sale The plan has proved a success triedfor our merjchants to try a similar plaa COLLEGIATE The Winter Term of the COL opentes e Spring vacation March 31 Thi later date bas been given in order that those coming from the public schools may begin the new subjects with the classes Teachers will not be in the Intermediate Department as in former years lout by themselves under a special tustructurIn e month in advance asiisual Jollegiate Department 3 co Teachers Per monthIper month Intermediate Department 2 25 monthIPrimary Department i 50 Per month usic per month 300 Any one desiring to pay by theI term will be given a small r firIwith its strong faculty can do more for the individual student than many a larger institution can LTtlNMSTOa Miss Ella Howell visited reatit at s Smder last week F L Thompson of Mt Vernou t was in town Wednesday Miss Roe McFerron is visitia her parents at Pine Hill Miss Ella Hilton has returned oftta visit with friends in Louis 1vine Mrs L M Westerfield tied cjijlr dreu visited relatives at Stanford last week StanforddjdorffMrs Mary Payne of Altamont is the guest of her mother Mrs Mahala Carson Mrs Geo Reynolds and Miss Lida Cook spent a couple of days in Louisville this week Miss Ella McClure of Snyder i the guest of Mrs Logan Salvers s and Miss Ella Howell Mrs Abe Carniac of Farristown will spend Christmas with her so Logan Salyers and fanijlyf Callie Miillins who was so se riottsly burned at Mullins Station a few weeks ago is able to be out again Mr T R Wilkersbn has moved into the J H Browning propert- just competed near the sch House There will bp services at the Christian church Saturday even ing Sunday morning and Sunday evening A cordial Invitation is e coded to all rnMrs Cora Lasley stopped off a few days this week pith friett her while en route to Middlesbor ough to visit her daughter Mis Harvey N Ingalls Mrs Jacob Sambrook has a number of new books added to the Circulating Library of which she is Librarian and extends an invitation to all especially the young people who are fond of good reading Rev Dr Marshall and family of New Jersey will locate here the first of theyear Dr Marshall wi have charge of the Presbyterian church of this place also Mt Vernon East Bernstadt and Plttsburg Say Mr Editor we Rave a few more prominent men in Livingston What is the matter with Sam at Harry Magee W Tubb J Browning C A Moore Roy Miillinp Walter Rivers James McGttire J T Chewning and a host of others isThere will be an entertainment and Christmas tree Friday evening at the Christian church Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian and Saturday evening at the new Bap tist churches All are invited to attend Miss Georgia McFerron attended the wedding of Mr Cecil Henry of Morgan county and Miss Nellie Thompson of East Bernstadt at Jellico Saturday evening Dec 7th Mrs Henry has many friends here who wish her a long t nd happy life and Mr Henry is to be congratulated on his good taste in choosing a wife I BROUHFADer forR IVin this week slisttck homeIfolks for the holidays JupctCity Mi and Mrs Culuer anticipate spending Xmas in Lonisrille 1tonswas here on busitss SctnHay 5Dc Bentons fail of it Starling is with him for a few weeks Mr and Mrs Blair were up from Rowland Sunday with hpmefblks Rev A J Pike filled hisTregular appointment at Kirksvilje Sunday last Mr Willie Mullins of LtvingsI ton was with relatives h wedIr eeIis the guest of his sister Mis here this weekI 5Thewill he open and ready for business first of the year connIryW C Swinford and wife art down from Livingston to spend Xmas with homer lks Miss Maud Watson who has been visiting in Illinois for some time has returned home Bro Pence of Rowland preach eda very interesting sermon at the Methodist church last Sunday HopegInd is the guest of his many friends and relatives here this week The following poems were writ ten by Miss Bessie Popnterage 15 CHRISTMAS BELLS niIThe Christmas bells are riU Christmas bells the old Church tower theyre Swinging Christmas bells In the din and dusky twilight I In the gloom of winter twtightIThey are ringing swinging ringingI Christmas bells JollysOf the glean of scarlet holly Christmas bellsFOn the sleighs they jingle tinglenOh they jingle jingle jingle Christmas hells THE CHRISTMAS STAR j 0A star once shone oer Bethlehem lightymenooAnd peace on earth that night In Irs cave barn an infant 11iWith the cattle in the stall His cradle was the new mown harI The ruler over all The East wise men journeyed from the dsTo worship the new born King For they had seen the guiding star And heard the angels sing They came with irankinscense and myrrh As gifts for the babe of Bethlehem He whom the angels sang would bring Peace on earth goodwill to wen COLLEGE NEWS Christmas EChristmaslChristmas voices on the bree1e1IJ We send A Merry Christmas through the airtWe send A Merry Christmas everywhere thedThe faculty will be scattered Miss Nicholas and Miss Fish goto their respective homes in Shelby t ville and Cleveland Miss Walcott visits friends and Miss Taylor ra mains here to make some needed repairs and to outline work for the new term There will be five teachers for the remainder of the yearan excellent instructor in grammar arithmetic and methods having been procured for those wishing to teach In grading for the fall term the principal takes the average of class and written work for its steady unremitting application that counts and not cramming during last last days Those wishing to enter the M sic Department should see Miss Taylor during the holidays lest Miss- Walcotts hours should all be take Arc now good by till Jan 9 In all the joy of Christmas giving and Christmas getting let us not forget those less blessed than ourselves Let us not the real meaning of Christmas and its highest keeping Phillips Brooks gives both to us in his Christmas carol BethlehemiICast alit our sip and enter in 1hota inns today u j KEEP WARMI- We are exhibiting the the most com plete line of Winter Apparel ever brought to the town Our line of Mens Heavy Suits never equaled Ranging from 250 to 1- 20asuit OVERCOATS We are offering unusual BARGAINS in OVER OATSall the latest styles and quality guar anteed from 250 to 1000 V Mens Fleecd Underwear V i V No other department of our Large Stock is more HeavyFleecedw E have the Goods you want and are torsuit For Sale offer for sale privately m- ywelling Lot Store- House and stock of General Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for some one or full particulars address C L PRUITT MIddleburg Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or any kind of tresspassing on our farms and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law R F Broughton G W Parsons Mrs S J Wright W G Proctor W A Owens John Stringer D E Proctor E A Hearin 10 CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or bIru Southern Ronto Daily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to San Francisco via of Missouri Pacific railroad and Scen Colorado Elegant Tourist Sleeping Cars Service every Tuesday and Thursday from St Louis Daily Through Pullman Stanciar- CarsSleeping St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountain Route the True Southern Route New Tourist Sleeping Car Excursions via Iron Mountain Route anti eeryrueslday eqipment is strictly uptodate Round trip and low crate one way tickets are on sale ia Iron Mountain or Missouri Pacific Railway from all principal points in the East For berths reservations and full iuCorntation0 address R T GMATHEWS T IAand Lou isville KyorH C TOWNSKND G P and T A Sj Louis p- ioAjjers You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectbralup a cold in a single night preventsnvise parents to keep it on hand The pert mtdlcfa ironer on bur A7r Peetnra1 rthe r rl ijof cWldnuuutuh-iAoftStttmtSrratoSztndt SeIOcSIM c Ann cn- Innetl Ness tafor Throat ILungs Ayers Pills greatly ydd th Cherry Pectoral a ng up a celtf- v Said the dudekt tothe maid I hopeyoul1 excuse my plight My talk will bore Iou Im raid For I feel like a foolt6ight jjjjjj t NOOK ADAMS ICOMING COMING 1- 8l r- SANTA CLAUS I ANDtIChas Cr Davis Drugstore IHIhe lTlndqunrtf11 for evelvthin- gi iris liner Plows Worlds Fair Candies Wooe Boxes WilliS GRIFFIN erdand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IIfurnishEmbalming done on snort notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs ain thatleave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 t ATTENTION BY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM j DR S C DAVISJ You dont have to pay for a Prescription Extra Special Attention to Children The Purest and Best Drugs only used Iinmy Practice I U WANTItDIndustrious man or COUCHtine 3tosIBusiness2000 expenses talay pats weekly from nome flee Expense maney ad orI FOR cONSUMPTION and IISOct nttcutc out cacu4ta auu ocSurest and Quickest Cure for all selfaddressed BAOKManagetGeneral THROAT and LUNG TROUB r t IIIIIII v U i7r6 W V T tJVr Jf rjJ1- z The Hustling Cash o Q = t I A STORE f i t J rII r M i The Only Place To Buy You 4 t1 8 r t r r rn VJ r SEE OUR LINNE OF terl Xmas Goods1 L p BARGAINS BARGAIN NHere is where you can always i raL 0 tflLIVINGSTON KY ff d t 1 p G O 9 tcv e r r ToCure a fold in OneDYe laxative bromo Quinine Tablets IIITatMinim hones sold in past 12 months This Signature FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Those who will persist in clash their cars against the contiuu- recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consuinptior will have a long and hitter fight with their troubles if not end earlier by fatal termination Rd adits what T R Beall of Beall Miss iiil r bas to say Last fall my wife bed even symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Disco r er3 after everything else had fade IfourSold and guaranteed by Mt Ver 1jrrZaltbelongIhaired newspaper and turned to the portly individual across the aisle hut have you ever studied politic tl colectoncmySure tiaie forth party with aundible sig 11 studdied it from the beginnh to the end of one campaign And what was the result of yniur inrestijjation asked he of preside 1 was defeated for ccugress in my district was the reply IudJ I am firmly convinced that the best political economy is to stay out of politics REVOLUTION IMMINENT A sure sign approaching revolt ana serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the trou blesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate the liter and clarify the blood Rundown a saytems benefited particular Jy atitj all the usual attending aches f finish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric ftnrnedfaction Sold and guaranteed by Mt Vernon Drug COJThe good old Irish lady was do ing a shopping stunt in one of the storesLsoap sle w Yes madam rejoined th e c1 rkIWnu1d you ike it scented E or jYezsinted she replied Oill take it alng wid me IdMenestablishlgled 01meu12ses advanced each Mondy by check direct from headquarters Horseto and buggy furnished when neces and sarYposition permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept Mon w on Bldg Chicago Ill r a GRIP OriCKLY KNOCKED OUTI tonSome weeks ago during the severe weather both tit wife and myself contracted severeI colds which speedily developed into alemiserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleston of Maple Landing IowaHKnees and joints aching 1muscles sore head stopped up eye and nose running with alternate clspells of chills and fuser We be CoughridRemedy aiding the same with a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and liberaJIusethe grip ItIt is a yood plan to take a doss of the Tabletswhcn you have a cold They promote a health 11 action of the bowels Jir and kid neys which is always beneficial when the system is congested by o d or attack of the grip For sale hy Chas C Davis Turuetgd r views donet to p u political issue that he cantSlrac1dle 1 p n Dont forget the old man with the fish on his backI hehastravdingIgoesTo he fleshheTo all weak and sickl children he gives richand foodI persons flesh and Children who first saw the man with the fish are now hildre11Iown i IHe stands for Scotts Emul pure codsJier Olla dehbahtlul foodnaturah children fordQ1d folks for all who neecflftSlh and strength SCOTT BOWNE Chemists York6QcandIOQa 1 c8 cutes Grip in two Days Qn every Box 25c Theres only one thing worse than hearing a woman whistle and that i seeing her try Maidenhood and widowhoood two hoods that are ever set fur inveiglement of Ifnl1reSjI 11gsly and penniless possesses the four cardinal points of real misery The old woman who lived in a shoe is probably the only one on record who never complained of being too large theIuntil 1e has to walk the floor night with a crying baby The postofiice at Jtutavv Ala- was robbed of 1503 in money stampsI BEST FOR THE BOWELSI theLowel thehe Tlis ct easiest roost perteetw y rethe dear and clean is to tak- eCANDY CATHARTIC CANDYIEAT EM LIKE Pleuaut Palatable Potent TasteNever Siekrn Weaken or 10i and andletYorkKEEP TAKEJ WIN lor CARAre Has your dccfor ben unsuc cessful 1yrfrth women troubles as periodical tearingclown and ovarian pains r 1mdizzilleS Idoctor Ijstrongsuccessful because it cures in a natural way Wine of Cardui can be bought from rour druggist at too a thistrel cases requiring special rilrectlons address giving symptoms Tao eaattanbiedlclae = th of fJ r r 1 rSUIL o P jtJET g He lingered on quite loath to They Sit upon the stair Minglini beneath the misllttOv She had it in her hair ShetI111t causes concussion oft tle brain tworltrain of thntight I suppose Walking beneath the inistleioc may be a mistake on the part ofIyoung lady but sometimes it 1st tat p Ia aiit OlltU ilio 0i bt9dontJhe if yot flourJToo Much Plum Pudding lViis the night after Christ And all through the 11 masI sleepingQee a mouse j needlesthetnever do any work unless they are hard pushed Heaven never helps the man who is too lazy to hustle a little in hs own behalf thegymfasplit the kindling utrclSalike that if you Jcritictse one you hit several thous HJdIMany a rmu gne up us money freely for foolish whims dig pates the price ofnecessities It sometimes happens that a man expresses the same idea by wagg ing his head that a dog dues by wagging his tail t If a woman understand human n lure she hasnt any use for a man who thinks it necessary to make tan excuse fr attending a circus stubborndare theirhcown e consequences and vhsn he left the farm tot engage in the livery stable busines thingjpainted representing himself ho ing a mule by the bridle sturdyI ty brand came to town and the sou stahleI meI11at manj ndjustiug his spectacles its gushhanged good picter ov yew slIdOh mothers in home that happy Where Christmas comes laden with chet r Where the children are dreaming already Of the merriest day in the ear As you gather your darlings around ou jAtd tell them the story of old Reme nle the homes that And drearyIdowered you IWith all that is dearest and best ve that from your abundance Some bate little life may be blessed Oh whc re the CrIWhere Christmas is naught but a nameCAnd givefor the love of the Christ child Twas to seek such as these he camcIeASTORIAIe 1For Infants and Children You Have Always BoughlII Bears the- riluatnro ST v zj of C r AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE For sprains bruises burns seal dsand similar injuries there isnothM so good as Chamberlains Pa ancII anIas VJs Those who wish to make tlV Naew Years could riot do Qanbran new subscribers V a i Tri c 1j I astlintlheSMtna atwl3otv21SCf t Promotes iigcstionCheerftl r fOpiumAtuthitte norIincral NOTNARCOTICJ3tyrcffildl II ltslILBia CrfmwtaMrda rr f7ro6nlL Apeecl forConsti non StomachDiarrhoc Worms CoavulsionsFcverish ness and Loss o 5 EEP FacSiuitc Signnlurc or NEW YOItIt t OF WRAPPER For and Children THE OF JKf MT OPENED 1900 C C WILLIAMS Pasts AS T VicEPRES DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fi S H Martin Perry E Honk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Carerul at is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons an invited tocall when in town Phone No 55 OldCOxT2tIiD PROM FIRT PAGE 1I Sharp r 130 acres nearest resident Joe Mutton tax and cost 3 49 Stalsworth Thomas Iotcresnea est resident A II McFerron tax and cost 6 42 Walker Mrs D L 75 acre ne DISTRICT No S Dyer J F 2 acres nearest resi dent Thomas Bowman tax a cost 3 Iortner Rn in 25 acres neare Iresident K Whitaker tax and- re COSi Hammock Ceo coo acres nearest resident Elizabeth Harper t and cost 3 91 Roberts Rebecca 30 acres neare resident Joe Mink tax at cost 2 5J DISTRICT No io Adams A E 5 acres neareIresident Tilden Frith cost 4 51 Adams Sallie too acre near resident Henry Laswell 2y r tax and cost 447 Adams Smith 50 acres 2 jear near t reside t Hu h Johns tax and cost 6 6 Brock W TlIr 17 nearest restdeii Sllie ROcrlsI tax and cost 5 4tornCandy Maigaret heirs 50 aces nearest resident A J Haggard tax and cost 2 75 awford S Jn r 75 Jcretnearest resident J N Crawler lei tax and cost 6 Cummins Chas 125 acres JHarts1t resident Geo Thompson 56ISulphur tax and cost 2 gS lpin Tilman 4 lots in 160 acres t nearest resident Adams tax and cost 16 76tl uuler Mrs n r 62 acres near est resident M Newcomb tax and cost 4 95 25 Lawrence R E 75 acres nearest resident Josiah Wiggin 4 acres nearest resident Alf Owens cost 5 52he obley Wm Tn r 9acre Osbornueland 2 30 Mobley Wm n r 9 acre near toox and cost 2 Soiyder Malviua acres neare Ctresiclentcost 3 96 Thompson F M n r 87 acres 11andntplin Sam 6Lacre neare50Nine linO CASTORIA Infants ihCititHaveAlways BoughtI Bears the L11- r 1- lUse r4F Over r i Yearsa E1 a Ma r cn 3 n i t21 HJ BffiK VERNON VERNON KY 15000ICASHIRod J ldgniPh rankn 45a 481t nearestrseresident elps J n 104 acres nearest resident W C Hopkins tax and 1cost S Owens Mrs Amanda acres n est resident Robert Hamm tax Iand cost 2 50 Luuceford Win i acre nea rlresident Joe Purcell tax cost 3 Mink Marys heirs 72 acres nearest taxariand 2 70 Newcomb Marion So acres nearest irciclent I B Putcell tax and 92dnl tax and Paragrstcast 3 c Hall P J roacres nearest resi dent Ruhr Paragon tux and lcost 5 52 crlaneaaxces resident J L Robnis ax and 3dGUARANTEED FOR PILES prlImoney if Pao Ointment fail ti cure any case no matter of u dsFirst application gives ease and hasnlltforwarded postpaid by Paris Med wine Co St Louts Mo See here exclaimed the cttStar house fficilas he hed up half a dtyzn long black bottles iI thought you said this trnnk con tainec nothing hut wearing apt IThats what I said answind tourist- What do you call tLtsaTt ask M 1the official Night caps was the cam re piy TJ S3 i COLD IN ONt QRIIt uul hr money if it falls to cure E Groves signature is on each b cts Browning There goes a young 1dayet has succeeded in scrum t 100000 in cash and real estate a all by his own pluck and perse vereance Gieening Indeed By the way what business is he engagi din hestse a as son inlaw to old Bnllyon the banker = Any honest labor is better than o loafing but quite a number of men out m to be Wf1Clives were lost by the burn of a stc merio Locg I land t M C C Willian s ATTORNEYATLAW KYI ot ChurchlsteetSto collections Phone Xo So M L MYKRS J i DentistIOFFICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PIIOXK No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon nil Tuesday noon J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Cask tsIIRobes tc Orders y Telephone attend promptrIKv HOTELIPROPRIStan nl y Specially eqtnpp ii eIn men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Kv and Granite and Marble Monuments Tombstones terALL CORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Vliller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR a forearCommercial Menua r Porter at all trains- st 72JMT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR Monday 1ond1Yronday SepII25CHURCHES hurchPreachinw at 730 p Simlaj chool950 a m SundajPraye litetiu lvryThursduyThe public are 73Opm alt 8lrvictSe to attend trPresbptenanQnlda ervire on the tveniaRa ThilIPAOlIIC htaod Lodge 4i ne nl Mon9 a IIrt CHAPTENoMEE YatMACCABEESK everylsnnl MontIli Indigestion Causes tKeStomacH For many years it has been Catarrh of the Stomachcawed lilClgestioQ s0s ana dyspepsia the truth b Iopmucous allacksof Iatao mes thstE expossthenervesofthnstomachthusx hand rho juices of natural dtgestlon dot- called Catarrh of the Stomach This OurercUcle3membranes mucous theisense of fullness after SOur risings dyspepsia md all stomach troubles indt gestion Kodol Digests What You Etthe Stoma SweetEwYesxp ReEarr4est llinI1 CO MOTHERS BE the health of your CAREFU4 for coughs colds c croup g themr u remedy Hrl11less rt yDrtifiCo et