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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rE z IALI = Established 1887 hVOLUME VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY 30 1904 NUMBER 14 LEVEL tiREKN- OtR PUBLIC SCHOOLS Having teen a friend to popular deucation all my life long I want to a k the people and especially thokf of my age of Rockcastle a few qtuslinns which after proper thot I want them to answer Are out puilio rohools today what theyj should In Have tbev kept paeI with the tunes and have they im proved iu proportion to the in cieascd per cat Have we a better grade of teach r now than we ha pared to enter life or the college Do parents mid children take pride in them as in days of Lang Sine Toda our teacher of the 705 is in harness Where are the oth ersScattered and a few have joined the slnt itijritv in the ovegreat r the fi Id a little bit Z C and E M Denney and R H awinney inI Missouri S D Sowder Territory Ben and John Bruce to parts unknown Bill Bruce ha joined the repubs draws his pension and drinks his draw in Clinton county S H Martin JW Brown R S Martin W A B Dvis E D Hansel Win and Thom HayeI James Roberts are hen in other cccupations and others I could name who arec9all ar well quali fcd as these W A B Davis i teaching its Dr Sept Davis and Joe VatMin once held prominent posi lions as ptd jcgue 0 ly few of the old hop have died It seems that the good Lord has blessed us and kt pt us here lor some purpose Old Fther Starrs George Patter James McBee R L M ers Jessie Reynolds and a few others who were powers for good among the children are gone to their reward In or during the decades front 70I to So not many women had enter wedtbeJCrktheJ ate not qnali iitd cant teach cant govern the s hool room is not the place for them and many other puny oh jlCi ions which kept women in the hack ground for years but they finally forged their way to the front and today we find the teach err as to sex nearly equally divid cd New I ask answers especially from teachers and ii you dont Ill UTe Christmas has passed into history and our nabors ate settling down to business Christmas furnishes the epicure with plenty of the best of earth to eat the toper a sweetened dram the Christian rcnewe hope the children their Santa Claus and the colored brother at holiday dance and a general goodt time for a week Our children Sallie and her husband from I T R L from Somerset Joseph from Bible school at Lexington Thus from the Ea gtme Bend Wade and May from theirI schools were all with us during the holidays and Betsy she just cooked and cooked until she loaded the big old family table with the good fat things of earth and the children just eat und et and et while I was thinking long long thos I first tbot of the absent three Nora Ida d and Sam I then thot of the 9 lit r c rt blouuirnnu b I r XVIIIMT ROCICCASTLE attendIance t111 tie ones that hadso slJJIed at our table then I tl1ot1 0 solemn thot that such Would 61tever us at Towers seems to be on up grade1lrs Belle Catrondicd last Iriiay consumption She was interred Sunday near Wildie in the old family burial ground She leaves 3 small children and a truss Sand who is widowed for the second IiJyou g rs are a j et Rein tho in insufficient quantities to start our springs but it will come by and bWheat is coming up tho injured to some ex tent bv drouth Very tmlytVARSOK IFIGHTThose whontil persist in closing their cars against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption fightsnot ended earlier by fatal termination what T R Beallof Beall is3j has to say Last fall toy wife had every symptom of consumption- She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvement came at once and hersguaranteed by Mt Ver non Drug Co Price 5oc and 1 Tral bottles free According to a medical writer the ancient Aztec race of Mexico was far advanced in the practice of medicine The native Mexicans practiced massage splints wereused in the dressing of fractured bones rflani d gums were lanced with obsidian k nives aching teeth were extracted salt was used as an anti septic and ground obsidian as aI dusting powder Stiffness of t e muscles and joints was treated by the sweat bath vounds were sus actualIlOUt bleeding headachstl was practiced in abf Slid the maiden to the dude Oh thats all right but pray Pardon me if I seem real rude Dont you always feel that vaj NO MORE SUFFERING If you are troubled with indiges Dysprpdwill cure you Geo A Thompson Spencer Ia says Hut had dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved Would not be without it Have doctored wills local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cut e IeIDmend it Every person suffering1 with indigestion or dyspepsia should use it Sold by Ml Vernon Drug Co BKODHEAD Robert Wilmotl is on the sick lis Miss Etta Frith visited in Gum Sulphur first of the week L C Smith was in Mt Vernon on business first of the week Mr Richard Pike was with friend and relative here this weekIMr C H Frith gone to Chicago to accept a position Mr and Mrs Dallas spent Xmas Jeffcrsonille with homefolks Miss Katie Aldridgeof Danville spent Xmas with the Misses Hil- tonMrs Mahaffey of this place is spending theholidays in Crab Orch ardMiss Maggie Roberts of Junc relathesIhereMiss Jewell Francisco visited friends week in Preachersville first of the juWwas here Sunday and Monday with relatives Mr Hutchison of Salvisa was in town on business Tuesday aud WednesdayMRev Livingston filled his regular appointment theChristian church Sunday lasttHarris and daughter Mrs IIMrs returned from Louisville Monday last Mrs Thomas Capps of Lebanon Junction is with her parents in the couutrj this week Mr Lawrence VanArsdale ofl Stanford is the guest of HOI Benton for a few days Messrs John and Ed Heron of Clover Port are here this week among their many friends Quite a number of young people of this place visited Mr Pettus in Crab Orchard Monday last Mr Egbert Wallin and family from LaFallette Tena are here visHihgTrlerids and relatives Mr Fred Durham who has been working at Livingston in a restaurant is now back at this place Miss Munson one of the teachers of this place has gone to Cynthiana spend a few days with home foksMr Horace Benton who is tending a school in Bowling Green was with homefolks during the hol idaysThe entertainment and Xmaitree at the school house Xmas ev night was a success and eujoye- by everybody THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THE DOOR TO LONG LIFE The men of eighty five and ninety years of age are not the rotund wel fedand thin spare men who live on a slender diet Be as careful af be will however a man past mid dle age will occasionally eat too much or of some articles of foo not suited to his constitution and will need a dose of Chamberlains toIstomachIWhen tqis is done there is no rea son why the average man shout- not live to old ageFor sale by Chas C Davis i y NEVERSOi 1 GiWe are showing the most complete line of FurnishisFxs evar brought to town c ff SHQ ES K There ate nOb raiid ofshoes on the market more UpToDate aftd more poplar than thi E Dendlqunntitiesandiat the most reasonoble price- sOomeand V See U- SJCHOCKERCO L lA et ez LIVINGSTON KY if Ci t 5 t f f JNEW S ITEMS IIA magnificent new terminal is to take the place of ihelpreseut Grand Central Station in New Yoru City The body of a roan supposed to be W U Lyon ot Puryear Tenn was found under a strawstack near Maj field The mans throat was cut from ear to ear- Arrangements have been com by Pennsylvania capitalists erect a furniture factory at Salt Ito Ky at a cost fjf 250000 w will give employment to 500 menThe holdings of the Green River Asphalt Company were sold by the Warren ouniy Master Commis sioner for 50000 the holders of the first mortgage bonds being the j purchasers The first coal shipment g of 1500000 bushels startedg Pittsburg since last spring down the Ohio Monday The river above Pttsburg presented the busi II est scenes in man v months It is expected that Senator Her1manntexplain the charges made against them in the Western land frauds The grand jury at Cleveland jointly indicted Dr Leroy S Chad wick and Mrs Chadwick on the charge of having forged and utter ed a 5000000 note signed Andrew Carnegie Dr Chadwick is ion his way from Paris to the United States Sheriff Barry left Cleveland Sunday night with the papers for the arrest of Dr Leroy S Chad wick when he lands in New York Wednesday Before leaving he visited Mrs Chadwick in jail She wept and was unusually nervous asking him to be kind to her husband who sbeclaims isr innocent J of any wrongdoing IWhile there is a temporary dullness in the Southern iron market resulting from the holiday seasontJ vet an advance in the price is look ed for within the next week The largest order for castings ever made in the South has just been given to concern for i 200 tong to be used in a fiiteration plant in Philadelphia Dr j N McCormack secretary ol the State Board of Health ins investigated the smalpox situation anddA set of rules has been issued re quiring every official about both penitentiaries to give evidence of successful vaccination before leav PrisIand hereafter no prisoner shall be received at the prisons unless thec Sheriff of the county shall first for vacddesstroyers are to made duehaPanessare to important KudPetersburg a a rumor that the Russians baver recaptured 203 Meter Hillhsquadron of powerful Japanese cruisers under Admiral Kamimura has gone south to the China Sea e meet the Russian second Pacific squadron At St Petersburg the opinion is expressed that they are out only for scouting purposes The location of King Solomons mines will probably always be subject for speculation but recen- exPlocations have tended to strengthen the theory that the min ShodeslaiSemitic enterprises far back as t leign of the Wise Monarch MIR N Halls archaeological re searches in this reeion during the toconnecthhei many old gold working scattered over the esarea with the same periodand believe that both builders and mt ners were Arabian Himyanites Jews and Phoenicians and l1ifdesjaprovidedmuch ot t ireasureofDat7id and Solomon I corded Jo Post Kings Iud Chrouicl- London j PubHshed Watch this SpaceI rr h c Next week 1 ft Ii And each week thereafter durf year 1905 t iIFor Barsrains t i j fl r J THOS CHERRYS i UfW BRODHEAD KY t t11 rtJr P A LAND STOCK AND CROP Traders tell us that everything in the way of stock is way off Robert Leger bougnt of Isaac Dooley 40 acres of land on Rea froes creek which joint him Price unknown tI A Bowman foM to ThoKAn derson of Garrard one 4 yea old black horse for 125 and boughtof JPurcelI a 6yearold bay prse ata fairptics s = J E RtitBiord sold four head of 600 pound cattle to O F Trout cwtNiChI13Stlville 11killedFleming county and the Times Democrat says there are plenty left yet At J F Witherspoons sale Thursday horses brought 52 to 10 50 ewes sold at 525 a head corn 227 and wheat at 125 Harrodsburg Herald Bush Ramsey report the sale of Ed Cumminson the 22nd as slimly attended Following are some of the prices realized One combined horse 94 one cow and calf 3975 one yearling heifer 1525 hay almost 800 per ton in shock 175 per barrel Bush Ramsey report the sale of James W tanner on the 22nd as largely attended and the fol lowing prices realized three milch cows t82o and 33 two year ling steers 23 two steer calves 7tSo each two year old mare mule 8i one two r broodf65 three stacfe timothy ay Lea to 2 tons each X20r 250 shocks fodder at 25 cents per shock bacon hog around 7 f rear faun ing implements household and kitchen furniture brought fair Democrat i Mt Sterling CourtAbout 500 cattle on the market The quality medium trade was good and prices contrt900 AI sold at4c but 3500 to 375 were the prices for bulk of sales Hei zboo weehe head1No 4p1p851toSIOOnone Plugs fair horse olio to 100 good horses sgo to 165 Adv oi cafe Anthony Maiden shot aud killed reRice Renfr and seriously wound attesa comatrx store Ohio county 1 EVjY Friday DECEMBER mg the AT pricesWinchester toto6o RELIGIOUS Although the Baptist denomination is one of the most numerous in the United States there has 1Theretional Presidents John Adams the second President and John Quincy Adams his son Presieent Roosevelt is the second President of the Reformed Dutch Church Martin VanBuren having Seen the first Millard Fil noe was a Unitarian only Unitarian Pr sidentIWashington William 1ayJlorhester A Arthur There have been five Presby terian PresidentsAndrew Jacks son James K Polk James Buch man Benjamin Harrison and Grover Cleveland- President Garfield was a member if the Church of the Disciples Prior to tbe civil war there badI xei no Methodist President United States Since 1861 the tots lowing President have been Methodists Abraham Lincon Johnson Gen Grant R B Hayes and William McKiulej There has never been a rian nor Roman Catholic l esictentl A CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP When a child shows svmptomsx of croup there is no time to ex periment with new remedies nq matter how highly they may be recommended There is one pre paration that can always be de upfor many years and has never been known to fail via Chamberlains Cough Remedy Give it a quick cure is sure to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of it I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in severe cases of croup with rny children and can truthfully say il always gives prompt reliefr For sale by Chas C Davis The Japanese tesiegiue force at 1illasays Stffronting the Japanese right have fjllen Another big urmy ing raised in Japan to aid FieldIMarshal Oyama and there is military activity in Tokio MUST BE QUICK Pains in the stomach and attacks suddennand are so extremely painful th inrnediate relief must be obtained There is no necessity of sending for a doctor in such cases if a bottle llubertail1sColic Cholera t Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand No doctor can prescribe a better raedit cine For sale hy CbasC ADJOIXLXG COUNTIES Col John Givens Craddock prob tcspapuIJosephs Hospital Lexington His age is supposed to have beers 78 years although he would never tell how oldhe was He was one MexicanIlvtonndedtheParis Kentuckian shor- ly after the civil war and afterward acquired the Citizen one of th oidaM papers in the State which was united with the Keutuckian He was a kind gentle old man ec centric iu his manner hut with no bitternesi in his soul- FAVORABLE 4 COMMENTS Beer Albright of the Mt Vernon Signalqutdidall competitor in his eightpnge Christmas edition Friday It was a most creditable paperIuterior Journal inIwith the portraits of prominent citizens of the county together with a holiday feature of illustrations The newspaper peo pre are a liberal set of workers who benefitIset Journal p A COSTLY MISTAKE Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake btjtyonil never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspep K sia dizziness headache liver cr bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough Only 050 For sale by Mt Vernon Drug Co adrtopensfto enter the parlor Hyou shut that door from the outside and take yourself off to berl at once Theu she went on front tine point of the interruption tMr forum it is with the 1No regret that I sat it but I andIMiss Bor hum sadly I shall follow the ad vice you just handed my little broth er and take myself off to bed at once 9Sulsterwaded out into tbe damp and div mal evening LLatpostdas Early Ris tliatofweaknp cup t lelr cleacsing effect while strong people say they sire isltt MT VERNON SIGNAL FKIDJLY DEC 30 1904 Published every Friday by ALBRIGHTItCJlttIOK ONE YEAR j IMO- 4dvrrtisiu rates made known mi a ical J11ITIH Fiscal Court a a protection to the Sheriff must meet either in December or January of each year to rte ice the delinquent tax list and release him front all polls and oilier tnxes which he can not col let kaie3 of those who go upon the Delinquent list are able bodied citizens yet for the want ofenergy and lad of pride they are perfect ly willing to let the court excuse them Gite nS s taw in Kentucky which prohibits any delinquent lax payer from voting and then we will bi relieved of any such an in clmOrQJlce I the countries If Europe dur ing the year 1899 969 children each 100000 persons were enter tain d in the municipal holiday col onies end given the benefit of healthful out door hie during pe r ods ranging from three days to a many months This is a charity that appeals to every one and ap pears to have advantages of er the giving of evening gowns to the wojmVMjmB atid opera hats Jo the ashman justlcciuse it is Chrit masIIfce frt threcyecZof the short Fessonof Congress have beeu bnsy ones It is likely there will be no mure talk of an extra sessionI next spring Imp ceedings against a Federal Judge hare been inaugurated It is dem onstrated that the republicans wilt II in al probability not revise tariff Two appropriation Jilts parsed by the House and 5oc t y the Senate and a Rouse Philiipine r bill passed the Senatejtit X Luv WALLACE the author ofBeu Hur and once T rritJdll Governor of Sew Mexico is niak s J Jjng a strong fight against the State hood bill now pending in Congress whereby the territories of Mexico and Arizona are to Newl mitted as one stale with the Arizona Gen Wallaces chief ob1 jtction is that the name of New Mexico would be lost for all tiro- to come Heroditas was the Father of History said a prominent Washington clergyman at a dinner last week jjand George Washington was the Father of his country but upon my soul I am tired of the P singof Xonsevejt as the Father of us alL- The r inkers anent Mrs Chad wicli Who would believe whet in deceiving lies the the dear charm of Iifefi delightful dream we can not spare the luxury of believing that all things beautiful are what thy seem TilH SLEEVES exlaims a fash ion article is the thing forget ting that what a mm has up it is really that which counts PWlTlGpft D POLITICIANS A close political friend of Judge D Red wine of Jackson who Was chairman of the democratic convention which nominated Wil jijm Gotbel for Governor says that Judge Rcdwine will a candidate for United States Senator to suc ceed the Con J C S Blackburn The official canvass of the votes cast in the fortyfive States Nov for presidential electors shows the total vote was 13508496 as against 13968574 in 19OO Roose velt received 7627632 votes and arker 5060054 a majority over Parker of 2547578 and over all of i 746768 The vote for Roose welt was 409822 more than fort McKinley 1900 while hat fork Parker was 1277772 less than for Bryan NEWS ITEMS Upon their arrival at Albinv Yllie requisition papers forth retort to Cleveland of Dr Chad wick were found to be defective al technical point and were nt Unnoted by Gut Odell Tit- Cleveland Sheriff proce e1 to Net q York to arrest Dr Chadwick upon I his arrival from Europe sayiug JI tbattbe requisition paperscould b + fended to latertH r r r FADCD- i go or y The TAO1d Shoe The Best on The Market Prices and Quality considered Tiy a pair for winter and be convinced Dry f 6od3 and Clothing in abundance at the very lir7 t r WeduCeA C H AT T V v IHIATT KUNTUCKV The annual report of tbe Daws Indian Commission reviews the allotment of lands to the jilized tribes This work veCiI pleted as expected by July will have occupied seven ars1 It involves 20000000 acres of land and while the records are volumi lions the cost it is stated will be less than ton cents an acre The Emperor of Russia has sued a manifesto which makes a number of decidedly liberal prom ises in the matter of internal reform lIt promises the enforcement of exI IIofsuirgovernmenl re= Scheme of workmens insurance extends the liberty of the press and promises a full legal trial of alIperIsons accused The drouth in the upper Ohio Monongahela and Allegheny val lets which has resulted in all kinds of industries in Western Pennsyl Innia Ping idle for mouths hts ien broken More than 25000 lireu were ordered to report for work Monday and Tuesday The coal companies are preparing to start 15000000 bushels of coal front Pittsburg with the crest of the rise which will be the means of lieving the fuel famine at many places along the Ohio rin rIrIron was used before history was written The stone records lifI Egypt and the brick hooks of Nene veh mention it Genesis is 22 refers to TubalcaiH as as instruc tor of every artificer in brass and ir naudio Deuteronomy iii the bedstead of the giant Og III lla bedstead of iron The of and Sidon traded in metaiChinese records asciibed jto 2000 B C refer to it Iloract speaks of it as superior to bronze The bronze age came before the iron age because copper found as fuseseand with anothersoft metaltin 01 ziuo alloys into hard bronze whip iron found only as an ore nm hive the impurities burned anc hammered out by great heat and force before it can be made into a tool Do the best ysu can and you will be surprised how well you do It is one sign that you are all right when you believe that others Iare 1mdSo many of us act the fool while thinking we arc acting sinai look yourself over Do you do itIDont be too confidential dont tell every one the story of your lift ijrwill be soon enough toell hit wten Yoilstand before St Peter t They talk about getting into tin rut Remaining in the rut isnt st bad Most successful men ani found in the rut most failures an found outside it Atchison Globe A FRIGHTFNED HORSE Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or hundred other accdent are every occurrences It behooves even 8body to have a reliable Salve hands Bucktlens Arnica Salve Burns cuts sores eczema and piles disappeai quickly under its soothing effect Only 250 Sold by Mt Vernon Drag Co ffJoo oaEl Tho Strength- of tIle coffee you buy adds to itIvalue ia the cup Coffeeecomes to fresh and of full strength alwaysin sealed airtight Bulk coffees ose their strengthdcterlorate in flavor and dirt evial tal1 rMlUr art laouM onn tt Ion Catre Ye observed the good oW deacon we have just concluded the greatest re vivl has exoeriercec in many I am glad to hear YUlrsI ilnimmer How mJn did you add to the fold 1Oh we didnt aiM any an w rltbe deacon lout we got rid ofthite IIJam111li Miss Pinkleigh is a the chorus is she 1101 leadingbr Ilamand Is that so lcdImeonship refused me Hamand Huh That being the rise she should be classtdas a IriSb1Ieked W B on is said that Irishmen never com mt suicide and v lieu the argil ment was advanced ina crowd of tiat nationality he ua4so iinstrmr that he decided to show his oppo neats that Irishmen do sometimts c ijimit a rash act He according ly disappeared and the man who employed him started a nsearcl Vjien he got to the birn he looked ip toward the rafters and sav hs uir hanging with a rope around his waist S What are you t1to Pal he asked s jt0ium hanging mzelf beg1us- the Irishman replied Why dont you put it around yoiir neck Faith Oi did but Oi couldnt braytlie was the unsmiling reply of the man from the Emerald Isle POSTED We whose names gppaar alo trictly forbid hutitln ran kind oi resspassinsr on onr farms anti wil oroaocute violators to the full ext aof the law IR F Wroujflitoa O W Puisons Mrs S r Wright VT G Piodor aim EAllearint Ar preparedait the olfie of the State Auditor o Eova farty banks were wrecked in cashIers Dont forget the oldman with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he las been traveling around the clingbringingwherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh ne so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons ic gives new firm 11esh and ich red blood Children who first saw the lId man with t11efishare now jrown up and have children If their Own He stands for Scotts Emu ion of pure cod liver oilalelightful foodand a natural only for children for old folks ind for all who need flesh and trengOi SCOTT YorkSOcand1OOt BOWNE Ch T1lst8i 1 = f f 4 1I3n 7 School Lesson for Jan 193 K Pregarr by rite iI1ehway tsnd Uyway Preacher III rrtlltlI br JL Ion JJ2SSOIC TEXT John 111S rccmoi verses 11 Read aso Jesus Jecnmllon of itv Job Suiax andltheinewestiCTIMKVIn UR lf Irnr Tfco xnr u 5eties5ii1 C a JOIIif r to wltrer tS Jfacs 1V2S i7 ncc Jesjs entered cr tie miiistfry early Is the year i7 D PJA Ek With Gctl Ji elCmr rsir rf jr vv r P J iKfi i jtji tYiJkitJtgI- ntroductory Not- aTieestoasAnthenextsmontts T tc in the oCIK of John No better re limiinry r arrtlcn could had for UE 1Icmoat Jvirf ijEJ Uattfcew rrescnis ttt hrlsf as the teseistt te Kilo of tht Jws Start the Servant Jnkc tscs Mart ssi JVrr the cf God Tie purprsC of JohnV Ootcel Is plainly stales In Johr flaTV yi or TrlUen tlat e may rivc lict Jews the artist the Sor rf iod and tbrt Lelirvinir je sray havi ae In His came Tills verso tliekey U t vby o OoppcL It ould ever to kept JrliJ rkga1 tcJcto the lu3y an l nchlnp rf evfjy May this a n 3f John become cur aim ard not only brficeicfu experience to or eiiis a re Christto reveaed and rcagrlCeu l may ntlr be toucted as wen Oo zrart that the Holy Srizlt may work 3jsl iy roLh the Word nrd prevail The Lesson Outline TIIK ETtf Christ pih Ocfi anf AnioctlSleir 1fhrIit the Wrfi with 01 vs 1a HI la tic behlrElns with Oofi vs 2 li Ic i tlfictlcn with GdvExjiipraJoc af Ocds Power v 4 ti Sjuiie of listt and ISfc vs i ILCarac7 Forentnccrs CS 1ill ApiHiatnert His Nitrnev Ifs 1laslonWlireicrv Hor uie Chtatvs Christs rat hi iison ara Exper c ccs 913 rl loG 1h E9-e rnkrown hy lb World v lJ Rejected by the Jensv neceived by Sotie vs 1213 Son JJp treat h Chiistivli Niv IJIrili thro LChriste II Turist tie VtiC Mfce teeh v H IcA Mlisealot Ulrh A Huicaii Kxiicricne A Dlvioe Character sCiret as John Declared Ilia vs 13lt Divinity RccogcizrLv If forlftJWd DPfr3 rcc en Iiimv New PispcnsaIOK Vrcclalthe v II W ruUHeveatJon of God AcnGusced- v Jrnspariii Scripture with Scriptttve the Vcrd with Gou ti IfChx1s luig with God vs1 2 Mat iiier pifs back the genealogy o iOI to Abraham Lulse hank to Adamant 7ohnt cs It Conic to the begin aiias with God JIarvelous eterna truth Jtsus horn tjverlaatirg to ever astngI 002 Notice ills title n Isa C6lire everlistlus Father en ICantiilcatJon kith God rho Vnrd was Grlv 1 The myrterv of tdc Tritiitr1 John a7 1 Cr 3230 Phil 9t cf Tom 10SO 1711 2113 Iiliron tlf Gods Power Al things wiic Wade through Ilimv 3 11cC11i1tCOl11Gctl ht andJfevKot 3iysal tt and Ue Jou- ri112IIfptln 521 25 0a rn ll 115 Chriss orerucner 1 A- lniaueuLSent nom GOtt 2 HI Name rMyhc r lUeu1 Julie ac OunLll 10cnL- kll Mission V5n9ing v The angers anronncementLuke 11 aoharias trothecyLltte 17C71 h Joan J 23 4 Not the Ciritr KHzabe 4o UEtcr5tor d1usi llil Zachs tins In Ills prophecy so dvlarcd Iui lfiS79III Christs Eanhly Jlisston art tCxpcrleuct 1 To Give Lightv niroush His WOrdPiE 119105 13 rhrongh His Ssvlvaton E hr8 An le the True Light gives His Light Ills foHoTcrs that they may be Ugh n the uoridPhil 215 Unknown by the Wortdv lit auc it will tint see and believe tetlitIt20 3 fi uilipthe Jcwsv Acts Sl5lh 4 Utcflivtd by Some a Sonshij fcrorsh Chritlt 12 Rom S14I7 Tcbn i2- h New earth through Christ v 13 f John 3iS Gal 6Jf Kph2l Titu Jasl18 Pet 123 IVChrl t the Word Made Flesh 11 1t A lIraculcu3 Hirth Became Icfih Isa 711 Read The story n Luke l2C35 Matt 11823 A Unman Experience Dwelt nrors us Hob 21018 414 3 A Divine Character Full Oracc ardUTrnth =Hcb 113 John 718 Luke 11 1422- Yr Chris j as John Declared Him tl Divinif Recognized He was ba 34Ised T JfiCol 110 29 Ucm1l 3 Eph27 19 New u Dispensation Declared 2t Mitt SrlT IS with iron 51421 11 Full iRevelaiipn of God An nouacii rlS Matt 1127 13 34 John 17C John 1475 Col i15 In Him Tas life and the life was th agtst of mom In Him was life Ths jborjft at Bethany felt the force of these words as Jesus restored Lazarus to the sorrowing sisters Others knew their meaning as Jesus brought the dead to life Biit was this all that the words meant Have we seen the ullglory of sun haJc wa ret Its larger liot er have we realized its worldwide mission when we seejthe slender unbeam bursting through the crevice into the dark chamber Ah no Jesus came to give life to a wdrld dead in trespasses and sins He came to quicken not dead bodies but dead souls Francis Campbell proprietor o i blincttlgfcr ia tBreathitt county hot aqd Killed IJendersotf Ftigate aged sixteen years Campbell was arrested an lodged in jail IHALCS aasr 1 = rr elawq w r 7 NO rV 4 JX Jy j v r y o W t The Hustling Cash t k = tai S T A ID ETlv ot1 g The Only Place To Buy You v r W t r 0 iIiW SEE OUR LINNE OF 1 tPINSBARGAINSr i Here is where you can always Look for BARGAINS f bi r l ti D A 11 S 9 tar LSViNCSTGN KY br 3 dL + v TTd15 C = r lii WAMTED 22 in hheading bolts at all points n the K C led K D divisions oi hsL N Railtold in Rotkcaslle ounty Will receive saute Brod lead wagon load all other points ar load lots Will pay Ss per ord 32ft Also nil the second growth whie ak butts 30 inches long 8 inches tad over in diameter- CRANORSM1TH LUMBER CO ecg 3m L C SMITH Gen Mngr BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in mv family for piles cuts mud burhs for years and can recommend it to be the best salve on the market Every family should keep it as it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept in hand for immediate usc Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I had a fever sore on uiv ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All Calves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for Over two years Finally I was per waded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel ialvc which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve cures vithout leaving a scar Sold by It Ycrnou Drug C- o5oHdComforf in TRAVEL Means The HendersonRoute Free ReciningChair Cars on all trains betwee- nLOUISVILLE Kentucky Points LOUISiCOLONIST AND HOME SEEDERS RATES TO II 11m WEST AND SOUTHWEST orea change of location in the near fu turf Get the HENDERSON ROUTE It is HABITI ways a good habit to acquire At least give us us the opportu nity of naming your ratesVe have the equipment the train service the free chair cars and the rates What more do you want GEOL GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agtcrl LJ IRWIN n Pasrgs Agt IG ROt Kv t E VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer Makestfihairgrowlongand aV Y3ndkeepsit soft and glossy Stopsfal1ihg hair and cures it always restores color to Iay hair Soldtor fifty X rsuJV ttto rt1 f t or t 9EB Robert Cox E1tI I 4 TO OUR CUSTOMERS II m Tl o year 1904 will soon be a thingof the past and to ot r friednds and customers who have given us such =c a liberal portion of their patronage we wish to extend cc C2 our thanks o c o The year 1905 is almost upon us and this we hope Z to make our banner year and if goodoods tow pril es r lad honest dealing will accomplish our aim we have 3 o doubt but that our efforts will be crooned with sue 9 ci ss Yours for business a I ROBT COX g pone No G6 Mt Vernon Ky tomo = QlJel3 Robert Cox g8nnn mnnnnHntnnH1nHntnttntnt nnnntnn1tnttnU i Get Your w- Moneys Worth rr w By trading with Jonas McKenzie who always tar = grins a full and complete line Dry Goods Clothing E IJoots Shoes and Groceries we have in endless quan = titics and when you trade With ns remember yon at 3 ways get the best Uespeetfully 3- E JONAS EScKENZIE 1 V Phone No 83i ivrtl Vernon Ky = 7lUllUU1U1H1U1Ul1UUHUlUU1 tlUHll11UllUillUllUUH1UUh + q Ii 3 29 3 GRANVILLE OWENS flU B rod head Ky f Telephou Cofiins All Mail lhrr LIXEI v y vCT V 9 THE BINKDFT VERNON MT VERNONrKY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 5O O C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS Vt cu Pans W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASSTCCASH HoukhSWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 1 O a MT VERNON SIGNAL 1TVln o1 Ky DEC no 100 4 II Il9Cull up Mo you SIGNALl91cote with ri t d cj TIME TABLE r 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a 23 5 uth 129 p in 25 South rJO n i IAS LANDKUM Agent J Phon Xo 58 tetedellbe lit tfrr Potlliee oaaclau Jake PERSONALs R A VcMi is inTeisnessie this 1eek Clay Gentry has a position on the C VIMiss Uecn Baker is visiting in StanfordIyesterday Miss MarandaMcKenzie is visiting relatives here Mr W A Parks was here from Tarksville this week Joe Brown will attend K U Col lege Lexington again this winter O T4Mason and family of Icej Cliff spent Xmas with relative hereMMr and Mrs Elmer Houk speni Saturday and Sunday with relative here Mrs E S Albright spent Friday until Monday with relatives London ccJJop is doing a splendid business at Hazel Patch Mrs Nannie C Albright coati n ties quite sick with something like an abcessin her head Mrs U G Baker returned Wednesday from a visit to her par cuts at Mullins Station Nathan Cress was in from QrP Tuesday and told us that his will continued in very poor health tfmtissft i 4 Little Misses Kattie Cass and I 775eTharp came up from Brodj Load Wednesday to visit Elmer Brock of London left Monday for Denver Colo to ac cept a position with the Denv Dry Goods CoIfrom Horace the Bowling Green Business Callege for Xmas spent Monday with friends here Atty and Mrs B J Dr M Pennington and Bethurul11I ker attended he big MouldayMr and Mrs W A Cox Mi I6a Anna Whitehead and Charley Whitehead spent yesterday with Mr and Mrs R A Whitehead ater Livingston Mesdames W L Richard and Margarite Grimes entertained at 61J cock dinner Tuesday Those present were Atty and Mrs JohnI W Brown Dr and Mrs M Penj nington Mr and Mrs E S Alj bright Mrs Mary Conn and U Baker G1i LOCAL Does advertising pay If you dont think it does try it and see PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY I have opened a photogra gallery upstairs over Jones Fishs store All work first class and at reasonable prices Call and s samples and get prices- T F McWHORTER ec302t Mt Vernon Ky COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE The Winter Term of the CLLEGIATE INSTITUTE opens Jan 8th and closes for the Spri vacation March 31 This date has been given in order that those coming from the pub- schoolsmay lie begin the new subjects with the classes Teachers will not be is the Intermediate Depa meat as in former years but themselves under a special in structorTuitions will Ie paid by t mouth in advance ns usual Coil Dept Per month 3 00 Teach rs Revs Per month 300 Icter Dept Per month 2 25 Trim Dept Per month 150 Music Per month 3 Any one desiring to pay by t term will be given a small rebate Do not forget that this school ithitistronn faculty can do more Of the individual studentttian many ffllargeninstitution eau LL EUJR1ED PRINT f JXmas passed off quietly It is time to have all your ne resolves made for 1905 Nothing doing is one fa which we can state this week wit much emphasis Work on the new lime kin near No tunnel will begin soon aft the first of the year Will Swuer awn oi Hick Sow der and Miss Rosa Herald were tnnrrel Monday afternoon The sheriffs laud sales tier c made Monday most ot which leer bousjbt bv Judge J T Adams enteisLain this evening in honor of herI hrolhe Mr A B Furnsi will be about thirty invited ghetst iPennington bought of Jonas McKenzie the house and Jot adjoining his property which is now occuperl lay Mrs Iwtes ftSfTenn at the Collegiate Iii stitute will strictly ii nlvany and no reduction will be made ex cent fur sickness of two weeks con st cutireiyuiThe hirtl ouri was in essio jthii week for the purpose of re reining the delirquent list and allow o a Iw claims passed over from the regular court of claims ITlwrinot a vacant house in not at all an un usual condition ot affairs It seems as though it would be a paying in vestment if some one would build a few houses to rent We trust some of our delinquent subscribers who are behind all the way from three to five years will itlIBoardatof Health no prisoner will be receiv penitentiariesj Sheriff1jtoWarden before taking the prisoner Ashland Lodge No Goo F A M held their annual election of ufjctrs Tuesday The followin v ere elected J A Landrura W M Gco R Reames S W j J TreascCossie Sutton Secv B J Bethu rum S D FJ L Thompson TD and M C Owens Tyler The prospects for striking oil in well No2 of the Rockcastle Development Co are very flattening foundera little over 600 feet The gas i well No 2 is increasing daily an evan though oil is not found there is no question about the gas being a paying investment A threeyearold child of Alfred Leger while laving with a 22 rifleII which through mistake had been dischargte inflictings a very wound We under stand that it is very doubtfulwhcth or nor the child will recover Our townsman Mr W H Cox was a classmate and old associate of Chad wick the husband of Mrs Cassie Chadwick the woman who attracting the attention of entire world because of her Hume ous and large swindles and who is now in jail at Cleveland Ohio to answer the charges The examining trial of Elias Henson who while wrccklessl shooting his pistol in Livingston Christmas eve night strut the five year old son of Wm Scott w asof milled today but continued until vexpy s one and there are grave doubts as to the childs recovery eeNOTICE I am very thankful to my friends and customers for their liberal patronage for the past year and hope you may continue with me in the future if agreeable with you but into ngorder to enable me to accommodate you in the future if you owe me anything please call in and settle longlbyJONAS McKENziE Mrs Henry Catron died at t AlvherS Catron bad been in very poor health for many months and a short ago was able to be moved to lathers thinking perhaps the change would do her good but her geebeat to her She leaves a husband a three children an aged fatherand mother and four sisters She was buried in the family grave Sunday 5 Jj0 Lu QU ILIvMrs Wm Taylor is in poi rj health at this time ithji Jim Miller and family were down from Lincoln this week erMrs Elizabeth Parsons fell a few days ago hurting herself Mrs Nathan Cress remains about the samein poor health Born to the wife of j1 line is ii pound girl Dec 22 1904 elJoe Hasty Will and Durl Bloom er are all iti from Kansas on a visit Mrs Goodpaster is eery low at this time not expected to live long Ir H Brown of PreachersviUe was down last wtek hunting stoCkl Sam Todd the grandson Miller still remains ina pitiful cond li niare to Snerltnlet c a dry Christmas in this part although about as much as sual we suppose rain has fallen in the last few day and water is not so scarce any more Rumor says that an old widower frIMr G It Sutton is preparing to give an exhibition on the last da1 of his school at Union Willie Proctor of Lexington bought about Goo turkeys in this neighborhood at 10 cent returnIIbeen visiting Robert thnewceI week iu Jessamine county Mace Brown has been on the sick list Bill Baker and family of Fnlaski were up this week o ste his daugh IIJackeve Wing conducted by the teacher aldergMost schools in this section ar still in progress and not many pee pIe are liking the six months ter specially teachers Hid L Davis will preach Providence next Sunday Jan rs at 3 oclock Some lurch affairs is said to be looked after on that day atVm Doy ell a son of Mrs formerlydt part two tires weeks visiting friends and rein A large number of hunters from the blue grass have Ueen in th at various times this fall hunt 1inbeen betttr to raise She stanJard J Ciof teachers in place of prolonging the terra farther into the winter John A Proctor has completed TbOJDP1sons andbeone of the best carpenters in this conty Any one needing work done would Jo wen to see hi IMarriedOn last Thursday Dec of EuiMar tin Owens there was a tripple wedding One pirty being Mr Harvey Thompson and a Miss Lee Pulaski county a second party being Mr Egbert Ownesand Miss Spoonamore daughter of James Spoonamore and the third party bring Mr Hugh McBee age and g Miss Pearl Brown age r 9 daughter of Mr Mace Brown Together 9Uare extended hearty congratulationsI manner to give the public the news from this place as the facts were submitted to us If we have not at all times given every one justice it has not been an error of the heart but is due to the way we were informed We have tried to do justice to all nehhhe IIIathernd rtlemancharge In conclusion to y fIaandnd p ospe ousNewXea J rsl I i E ThTitf io Mrs George IiorJl H on tin jsick list Walter Rivers has eeti quite fsick but is able to be out again Miss Carrie Baugh of jUerslion- XRoaCs ws in townTuesday Mrs Abe Carmac arId Miss El 1ifid Friaj Mki Cly e Lair oft Veinoh 1li1dtCt fk MiJtilcy R eyuuiliiIf Mart rung was the guest of Mrs George Reynold Lap icl Calowav of Miiltiiesl lathee1 S Calowav vVedne iiay Snin Magee has heedvery sick for a sect days He is at hclioni of his stter Mv 1 UBrownillg MIPS Ne11Kl twith her pirent Mr and jMrs Houston lIcH rrrnn of Pine Hill orch1lardBrowning mondlispentland Mrs J A Mullins and all his iends also IPikeof their aunt Mrs J A Mullins this place Mrs Lawrence DickisqpSind aveh returned from Parts Mrs Dickison has the sympathy of her mothernlborneSydney McGuire ot Millers t Creek Lee counfy Mrs Jas par sons and children of Vildie and Mrs Dudley Rowlett of Paris have been the guests of their parentsDand sister Mr and Mrs Gttire and Mrs John Shearer Mr and Mrs H D Magee eu temined a number of friends at thoseIWard Mr and Mrs Will Ward Mreand Mrs Wilktrson Mr and Mrs Mamgje W C Mullins A N Bentley and Mrs Bentlejrarid71he writer runningtwe may meet across the river December 29 1905 The following lines were contC bofMagee killed by the train Mon day Lone Monday eve Two daS utter Christmas eve asA message came to meNAbout the hour of oEso once And hurled to his doom below Did I love that dog Well I should say I did I loved him next to my wife To whom Ive made my will Continued in our next AiM elected the following officers RdSmHockerJ Jacob Sam brook Secy WC Mullins Treas and John A Witt Tyler the election about forty Masons their wives daughters and sweat hearts went to the Halt where t large tables were loaded with goo things to eat After speeches by John Ireland Johq Mijilins J C Hocker J S Calloway Mrs Brack Graves and Mrs W 1 Childres everybody was helped to the good things and seemed to egjoy them selves hugely for about au bourI d uersYou can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectoralu-p a cold in single night iswards olfbronchitispreveotsp- neumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep top hand best coueh tn Jclne can buy taAreriCherrrPectnr FNrthconlwor chillmu othtn bucuSutogslri iACOofThroat Lungs A jrsti91 a mtOherry fleeter lnc up eI Yyf fI tji i f R I We areexhibiting the the most com plete tine of Winter Apparel ever brought to the town Our line of Mens Heavy Suits never equaled Ranging from 250 to 12 50 a suit OVERCOATS We are offering unusual BARGAINS in OVERCOATS all the latest styles and quality guar anteed from 250 to 1000 Mens Fleecd Underwear No other department of our Large Stock is more complete than and we are seling Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear at 90 cts a suit worth 125 IwG E have the GoodI want and are making the1rice to t suit j For Sale I offer for sale privately my welling Lot Store- House and stock of Gen eral Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for some one For lull particulars address C L PRUITT 1Middlebur Kyt TO CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or True Southern Rout Daily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to San Francisco via of Missouri Pacific railroad and Seen Elegant Tourist Sleep ig Cars Service every Tuesday and Thursday from St LouisI Daily Through Pullman Sleeping Cars St Louis to Los Angeles Calvia Iron Route the True Southern 10tnt1inI ew Tourist Sleeping Car lions via Iron Mountain Paso leave St Louis every Tues day and Saturday The service and eqipment is strictly up to date Round trip aud low irate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Menu tain or Missouri Pacific Railway from all principal points in the East For berths reservations and full informationaddiess R Tt LOllIisl1eGP and T A St Louis iIo He had been away on a two weeks vacation and on the first day of his return he gave the fol strikeroff and post up in the office Yes Ive been away thankdyou No I didnt gain seven pound 4il believe there was a few mos quttoes Cant say whether 1 brought home a case W malaria or not I didnt go fishing I didnt go hunting aUf dodnt go sailing I cant say that I feel a heap betterI dnfget sunburned tII dont think it has added ten IYesCant say whetbetr 1 prefer the mountains to the seashore All this is very satisfactorJ observed one of friends after reading the placard and I am glad to see that you didnt name the place you went to T If t1Didntdes and had a good hate and have come ack looking better buts relllbearush i at a r eT 4 HouK Aunr S ibi Lt P Chas C Itci= awai3Kv Cassie L Ctaiwicks Tonic 1rLI w Is now oil the market ill every leading cirtg toll tv r in the Unitl States cud 1 uChas C Davis Drugstore strIs time popular Ilace tier vory tiling in the dnig line i n i Pant Micines PjiarmacBaticals iJ V oi Apd a Complete Line oi Toile Goods a 4r r1ltltu IPriON work Carefully Cm J olonnded day or mIL = V- Phonoo So 64 VIS t as= = = 9 Chits r Ttvi + t + WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Unclertlter and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete Attached Cart have Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for jonon fiis cityI by wire Promptly Pilled m ATTENTION Ill BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM CDR S C DAVIS You dont have to 11v for t Prescription Extra Special Attention to Children M ClUlSt and Bost Drugs only nail in my Practice tiaNTrnIndustrious marl or woman as permanent representa live of big manufacturing company to 1001 after its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salaypnid weekly from home of adyaiicedlliceExperience not essential Enclose selfaddressed envelope Genernlt Manager Como BlockChi FINE nisifurnish Mctalic Caskets and KILL THE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS I KingsNew I IFDR cONSUMPTION IIPrice jjrMjBAIj e T u t r t Dq IJ I 1 E7 m e Et knrf1J J =lfIJ B is ISTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST t 12 00 Suits now j 00 5 OO Smiling now il r tiVe have about 300 Suits that wll go that way OVERCOATS Ocf SO 00- oalfs UIb for 4 00 J Ourl Suits of tJwlonvear wIIIcts IVoin the Oth untitlieUHhW Regular loc Outing will be scklatOcts from the Oth until the 13th after t which time it will betsold for lOHs IN LADIES DR ESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods ever brought to town- S COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK F KRUEGER SONS It Vernon Kentucky P S Watfih this spnc iVr Special Bargains F To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets SevcsMiBeakaces soU in past 12 months This Signature I DoDt 3 DESAlI lose eitr r Ii cuct- xi no rtIrjraJ tir I suesc ijojit mount much 1Mr nor for e5 to diiij r ily ono ct tpccd1 Jjsivt no cam At4 to i r eprtKtMc iruss crft9I on1 eia cce Jtr tr lorso They used to froke snr mire side And tea how could go Joday ihv I ealc In tones of pride Of see bright red tocutau Jlut t1II11 tny sorrow is gtEatiAnd angers o keen Im gst to have a chnnce to state I tfouJ rat gasoline I SOKI know how to craburet Nor how to radiate When wifhed to get up and 16tjI siroply struck my suit Th true to casting out the trySu tellmI The mate Is In nty I haxv no wondrous rtEerlna gut fttll they lush to rte flrjA thc that lias Im pained to hear A fcorHltss pedigree They use to pet me air the HUt now they only shrug emITheir shoulders end rasp A poor old sjiarkicss puKi- D N hi Cfctcaso Daily Tribune Ni NINItNtIM MiNON IAn Untangled v i Tangleil By J tt t1N- eoIGrihta4 = == T loadIinCarolina town and Call svas chipping tobacco on the StIko14heI when he looccd ur LearirK l liold Capt ISnwiif of the sohonuer Ceres PtDanl fiaiil CsiiU StiHconl how air you Capr llowru replied that lie waa taut then produced a letter troin ills fociet Josb trdd he I want you to do me 1letterrnrIliesbr Ilislvuia11 set it fuet and shell male unI Of It You know Low thet pesky Lydia makes fun of everything Capt SUIlcomhe shook his head as if sadly cosnirt of 3Uss Lydia s failing The broom face of Capt Bowne put on a deeper tint and he shuffled with his ffct Ill read it be said and proceeded do on a monotone Beeloysd Miirshy have toI I lavpyougr If you will marI mo me jq care of Smith Baggs Xew York If you wont ont I might possible drown myself Good Bye CKnd o short commented Capt StUkonbeImore can vas than the wind calls forlr ed Capt Bowne voure likely to carry away a spar Ill deliver It said Capt Stillcombe with solemnity and as he was about to deposit it in his pocket he paused You didnt sign It he said Capt llowno smiled Oh shell know who writ It he said Capt Stillcombe gazed admiringly f on SHKMJ KXOVT WRIT IT after his friend IIE as be DICeres and placed the Ills inside pocket aWheuttheDavidDlll arrived off hew- IIarciishereelvedorder j r togo to IF Cfrf h lIJIr I3 FADED trovidence and discharge a tug would one out for her at once From POIceace she was to proceed at all spcedto York to till a hurry charter for Charleston Hence Capt Stillcombe descended on the city of Xew Haven like a whirlwind He rushed to the residence of the lIsItike and on the appearance of MarCia jammed the letter into her hand muttering a farewell hurried off to theI office of the owners of the vessel and from thence had to the vessel In a miracle of time consumption the captain reported to Smith BagSs New cargoI captain said one the schooner dasIllUtCapt StilJcombe put the letter in his pocket and went aboard his schooner1 anchored in the stream Giving orders to get under way he opened the letter and read Dear Capt Josh If youd asked me that question Id have boxed your jaws As I cant reach to New York and do it I have to say yes Ill box them when see you aga MARCIA inIP S Dont drown fish and you wouldnt flavor them nlcnV LYDIA The captain fell heavily against the taltrail and gazed blankly over the hay Anchors short yelled the mate from the forecastle But Capt Stilicombe said nothing and the pilot after glancing at hint and sniffing the air as if for the odor of al cobol ordered the anchor heaved up and fWhenor instructions Pile her up on Fire island or bust he into a steamer ront t care said the captain darkly The mate strode forward revolving schemes for the proper management of a maniac on the high seas The captain shook off the load of stupefaction to an extent about night fall and resumed command but with a stony look in his eyes which made the sailors shake their heads doubtfully The Darid Dill lied crossed the bar and was beating up to Charleston when a boat put out from an anchored schoon DillIan S7erHh a groan of remorse Capt Still comhe drew the fateful letter from his pocket and handed it to Capt Bown- cGeemeenyejaculateu Capt BowneI as heT cad she thowt it was from you I ought to hey sipnrd it Capt Bowne ought to he Stillcombe with bowed head continuedI ed shoulders resembled some monster that had bearded the schooner Josh said Capt Bowne firmly I hey on thinkin got you into a tangle Youll her to marry her What 7 gasped his friend Shorely repeated Capt Bowne hOU must marry her Weve been via itin them ladies for ears and it wont doIStillcombe feebly to die single Sometimes a vallyble cargo must bo dumped over to save a ship said Capt Bowne you must dump your resolu tions over Cant We nowIly Im sorry for you Josh DanIIsadly brow wrinkled the two captains walked u the street to the Pike residence Danl asked Capt Stillcombe per spiring profusely must kiss Iler Sartin replied Capt Bowne d cisively and not a wordabout hernia take in the letter eng they were admitted Capt Still combe kissed Miss Marcia ineffectually on the rose and then they Eat in con StlllcombIiram hyar he said to confirm what the letter ICapt Bowne laudedal dihlxrte his hands and to say that though It was DanTs letter Capt Bownes foot pressed heavily o the speakers and he stopped Eedyutc hissed Capt Bowne FTheIlyou only delivered it she saId we fts nol too late tochange and she 11I her head I wont cbange be 1inon every box 25c fapt Slilcomoe I wont let any man hey you but me Hurrah shouted Capt Bowne Miss Marcia produced Capt Bownes letter itseasipencil and handejl the letter to its au tlror gumIIt dont suit me giggled Miss Lyaia flying into the kitchen closely pursued liy Capt Bowne really wanted Lydia confessed Capt Bowne as the two captains went back to their Vessels but was afraid to ask her and felt we ought to marry one of em suppose old Capt Pile is loOk In town from Heaven and friilin afbnth his daughters gcttin hus OIln1IHE WEARS A FAMOUS RING Wilson Has Ornament in Which IGon Is Set Hair trout Heads of Noted Men alrin111lOSvts In his earlier life Gen Wii ion was acquainted with Capt Larbush of the Sixtieth ritles who was goer at Sr Helena while Xapoleon exile Because of a friendship which grew up between them napoleon gave atrtd when latter at the age of 100 left it with his Waterloo medal to Get hair was a token given to Gen Wilson by the eldest son of great iluke miring a visit of the tlteI jo the sons estate in Stranieldsaye 31grown tojlGenlUgtonITalking back to your wife is just as sensible as to keep winding t helot alarm clock while it is going oITN Y Press When you want a pleasant laxa five take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsFor sale by Chas C 9avis DIC- This great stock meJIcino is ai Itiscondition powder Though pj up ThedforclsBlackDranght cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities 11upstockpprcr healthfulthat 3 Ites grow fat It cures chicken cholenv and soup and makes bens lay It cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle doeaUkinds ahIt costs 25c a can and eaves tea a times its price in profit 4 T LnctDranghtStock sitf 2 purposed j tSeRA PS u= JET tl v xvise man never looks a gift pipe in the mouthpiece Perhaps a vcell filled cubboard is tube best board of health 71tsa poor Christmas tree that fails to hear popcorn and candy V Children look upon the Christ nfas toy dealer as a man of rare gifts Doiilmake a present with the expectation cf getting one in re turn 1cIStirring times may be expected during the glorious plum pudding season The old bachelor found a hoe in his stocking Christmas morning astsut1 Full men and empty pocket booksTironrpt to be much in ex deuce during the holidays The plan oho feels like a King ChriVtinaseve is apt to feel like the dtuce next morning Lucky is the woman is able t husIbecause they are even averse to squandering their affections A married man alxvaxs wonders what his wife will give him for Christmasalso what it will prob ably cost him Many a loving wife gets exen with her husband by presenting him with a handsome box tf bar 1g counter rigors for Christmas Ye who have presents to share prepare to send them now If aman foots his wifes bills she should at least foot his socks Every one but the juke writer txil have fconehing new fotj Christmas Motto for a dealer in Christmas g lids NatJ men by these presents If a girl hat tit anything else to give she can give her rival age away It is better to give a Chrislms box than to receive one from a pugilist The small boy noose nxetlooks aii oPpcihulitfo turn the hose on 3antaClau seasoISn every man gets a dixorce from his coin tyitmasthe milk of hum in kindness she wants the crearnIheIt liar take nine tailors to make a man but one Christmas is enough to break him loves to go shopping IWoman there is something for her Beauty unadorned may be alright in some cases but a little dressing always improves the turkey Christmas comes but Jonce a year and the man with seven children land nineteen grandchildren is glad it A Cincinnati man recently got a paten for his typewriter if that is all belhad to net her Christmas he got off easy i GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both tny wife aid myself contracted severe colds Vhich speedily developed into allIlo xa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and ose running with alternate spelfsTof chills and fever WeIe gan using Chamberlains Cottg coouse soon cO ou the grip Itis a hood plan to tad dose of the Tablets when you have acold They promote a healthy actio ofhit bowels livtcr and kid ittyS nThich is alvrsys bLreficial xvheuHhe system is congested by 3I cold dr attack of the grip For sal by Glas C Dav- isJagsb19hat good for in som lit a doctor jj ierrph there area tbfWmftlies How Iqrigmtihlyd with it ja slIts my wife that is trout Pd with it and of course thatiheans trouble for me Some time shedoe5nt get to sleep until orijho clock in the morning DtactorWell Id advise you to try going home before midnight for acitail e ii v J i Ti i IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has home the si natnre of tumid hs been made umilicr his pertrsonalSUlerYision since its Allow nn one to deceive you iu thus ImiIInfants and Children Experience against Experiment Wat is CASTOR1A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xnrcotie substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and AViml Colic It relieves Teething Troubles oures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the IStomach and Bowels giving healthy mini natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CiI UH e CASTOR A ALWAYS Ears the cfa 9o6ArZF e 1The Kind Yon Haie Is7 J ln nt t In Use For Over SQ Years tnccaaraan STPtr 1r m P j u ft 0ft1 Tl aFr f JI I t 1 a Bi1 CAIEliv fj y AXEvTrav passs Agt SO E Alain St xington Ky i Vi At OAR TTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSONIn Pass AT t I WANTED Men and women in this county andadjoining territories to repre sent and advertise an old established i house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly withexpen ies advanced each Month by che k direct from headquarters Horse md buggy furnished when neces story position permment Addres Blew Bro S Co Dept B MonI ion Bldg Chicago Ill ISi Burlap I see Sail Litefoot has gone on the stage Hi HocakeYes shes forsook school teachin fer the sock an buskin Si Burlap Sock an buskin hey Well when I saw her last act they wtiz port long socks she wuz wtarin REVOLUTION IMMINENT- A sure sign approaching revolt ono serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Eleciric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails t of tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate tin liver and clarify the blood Run down say terns benefited particular ly and all the usual attending ache vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satin faction Sold and guaranteed by Mt Vernon Drug Co acroshway me on tints Biffbang He record 0eran 13 e in ona afternoon BEST FOR THE BOWELS if yonhaventareaalarheslthrmonmentotthe urbowelsviolent phytle or pill poUonU daneerotu The teeplrFtheCANDY CATHARTIOr CANDYPleMBntNever Sicken or nripe1025 Dob bookletor KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN J FOR PILES iIlcbing blind bleeding or pro trudiiig piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how ilung standing in 6 to 14 days First application gives ease lest soc If your drvggist hasnt it send 500 in stamps a ad it will be forwarded postpiid by Paris Met loins Co St Louis Mo SmithGreen teas foolish to marty a daessmaker after sing haeIJones What has marrying a dressmaker got to do with it SmithWhy shell probably np his mind apart and make it ov again TJ CJ ti IH ONt Take LAXATINE BKOMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund WjGrOes=5 CI- the dawn of the glad new year Each hubby will turn a new leif Hell turn it with trembling for fear uItc griefijHis wifes Christmas bills both sIappear Then his good resolve will be 1CASTOR 1brief IAI For Infants and Children Hia Kind You Have Always Bough IBears the- cttmatuTe of First Promoter You say Ju r 00000 is about the value of yu- mine holdings Second Promoter Theyre woth every bit of itlFirst PromoterYou ugH to Promoter I would but it cots 2 to incorporate in this State AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE For sprains bruises burns scalds and similar injuries there is noting h so good as Chamberlains Pai Balm It soothes the wound an not only gives instant relief from pain but causes tne parts to heal in about one third the time required y the usual treatment Asir is an antiseptic aU danger from hloodI poisoning is avoided Sqld by Chas CvDavisV X Fr dt 6 4- ii 1cVilliamsATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY ar OFFICE On L foot ot The Bank ol Mt Venson on Vhurch street cSftcia atttnuon given to collections Phone No So 1M L lVlYERS5 Dentist Mt Vernon Ky J FirstClass t Work OFFICF At residence on CM Main St known as the C C ViI liams residence PHONK No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon JC McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete 11Hobes i1ttendI= tnnfOrel The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stnnfor7Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor IBath rooms free to guests 200 per day N M 1ranciiscu UXn EXTAL WORKS Brndbciid IiJ l iranite ami Marble Monnmn t1 id Trntlun LI VORK FIRST CIASh iJSFCTIO GIVEN Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR Headquarters for ic ommereial Men Ii Sorter at all trainssI MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR- d COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month QUARTHRLYCOURTFilst Mon day iu each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep COURTThud tember CHURCHES Services t the hroiuu hnrehPreach atrSun laj choo 930 a m every Snntla hurstlay730pmTheall services the4thChurchServices on the ThirdIICatist night and Sunday Sunday PrayerIa CIIAPTENoIIJmIrs y lit MACCADEESI meets every In at p m JAS E IIOUK Com I As C DAVIS Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh eated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes linhg the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus athjuices Tnis U called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the ncrvss ard cures had breath Ear risings a sense ot fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet ReenlaraeSt00holdtne214thaeat- he sells for Priparwi Chicago FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO 1do the health yourchildren Lookout or coughs colds croup and whooping cough Stop then in timeOne Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by Mt Vernon Dr g C i t 1