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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i S ff rt Established 1887 I I VOLUME XVIIL MT VERNON ROCIvCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY 1I SUAIAoi AU JjEI J p A In 60 Days I WE MUST SELL Greaf Safe over from ones season to another We have made We have paid no atten tion to cost or actual value We have not waited as other merchants do until the season is over s but have lowered prick when there is plenty of time to sell 1Vo have made prices that will Lei big advcrlisemmt for us andwill our customers if they grasp this oppor IN itv Frsf in 51 r J iA r Yr r J UIT 8 J VEFCCT at acriflce PricesI TntA An assorted containing litavy part wool part cotton Irfins Suits sold bv most mer chrhis at from 5 to 57C1car- n7ce price 8275 Lot B fAns all wool cl si1lJeleI vry dark ground with tiire check h lVYWPight made by Monarch Tailoring Co of Cincinnati O Real wholesal value 550 Clearance price 5 00 Lot 3 A special lot of Mens beautiful Corduroy Suits sub stantially made round corner ComegniclcIIat this price 575 Lot 4 Extra fine Navy due flan thIthe best Staple as a gold dollar 575 A Lot 5 75 Suits extra tine cassi mers and worsted winter weights made in neat and gen teel patterns can give you most any size Our former prices on on these were 9 to 10 50 We shall sacrifice them in our Clear aoce Sal at 7 7 50 to S800 Young Mens Suits 14 tn19 years Our former prtee vas 3 50 ta r 00 and 6 00 We shall clean them out in this Iparance Sale at 2 50 3 25 and 100 Childrens itniee fPant Suits 3 hrl5enrrOurvOoiia Suitsat 75 Our 125 Suits at 100 Our 1 75 Suit at 35Our 250 Snits at 20f L Dress the little boys nicely ant1 cheaply whil3 this opportunity lasts a ant 4JenJut 1- r t 500O Worth Of CUR GOODS Clearance POliCYito akelthe please ce- 1 oft t R r 1hJ N SCOTS and SHO 3 Shoe Department Hens boots that were formerly sold at 52 00 i 325b Will b sacrificed at 8L450nl 2 or 3 dozen Come nowihave every variety of Shoes jWe Ladies Clijjdrerj AfeHamf many kinds to describe herealltrill be sold at prices lower ilian ever before tar get ready for the Largest and most complete stock of Spring goods ever broWht toEockcaStle county WE FO GOT TCSP R TIT OVERCOATSi We have a fete MenV heavy weight Overcoats black beavers and all cool cilsslmfvjs Ou former prier on tliH lot ran from 500 to 1000 tOur 810 Overcoats Sl ecl to 50 Our 8750 Coats s5jajie4to 800 Our 500 Coats fti ied tp 375 Ladles Jacki tape5 1 IAT A SAqJU IE Just u few l ftwei l to p Lye let them go in t i aaio at 225 t l MENS and QYS HWLt r SHIRTS und S1YhA tS tWhile they last we Slash jem to45cDont miss this c Watch our ad for BargaiBpj It will apppar each week U G oxnLow trice r Ue 2 t rVernon Ky r 50 PaPEa rs rcA k FRI I3FADEDt IV L RICHABDS Cashier of Tire Bank of Mt Vernon which institution open ed its doors for business Oct 1900 and under his splendid and able management has made a most enviable showing For many months prior to the open ing of the bank Mr liichards made several attempts to inter est the people in a bank at this place but only a few wore eager to join the enterprise the ma invthis county would not pay con tented to go all the way to Stat ford London or Riclntondto do their banking Foressein the future quite different to many of those from whom he sought aid ho continued his efforts which were finally crowned with success and today the bnuk is considered an lad pcn1ihle in stittilion by every citizen in the county WJ kljJJtic tefd Oiil I cep L T Stewart made a business trip to htfied 0 fitofthweek jiiHjlio ur g 1tnrr s pectlr n1dt1 hunts lripto Rich n d tli 4 W A je nfi lii nt L Ui1 viilc toxiict d n edtcH1rdlctr Nt were hl with Jruuul1ersfirst6f 1turAldridge was here from Winchester this week visiting rela hives and enjoying the smiles of tone of our young ladies Miss Ha Proctor went to Brush reek Mon dayDr rIcwis madev isiness trip to Rieiihond Monat r ence Hays is very it ing aJUrs W T harp ofWinstn came down Monday to visit her father A T Fish We are to have auulnertbreih our village in the near future =John EJJisii and cUughter of Abtlme Texas are here visiting relativesThe quarry near this place opens up t JlCfirstor employmentrmen gave a Party last Friday night d about thirty invited guests AM present report a jolly good time A B FURNISH v Assistant cashier of The Bank of Mt Vernori who can handle as niuch money across the coun ter and with as much accuracy nsanyone we have ever seeii Byhisgeriialend cordial treatment he lias Fwpn thejriemi hip and C9Ifi dence tat liiscu omers 7 and f5SOclateaqh ON PAPER f 11IGLIAMSBUIt- UJnde Morrow is attending cir cult court Attorney L Stephens an Miss Sarah Cadtlt ttetc mart led last verk IMiss Tnrgnrctettii11 of Mt let p1FishOur two cbc lsptntct yesterday and the town infilling nu with students big buys and prtlty girls fhe three jxmns men of this place who vliifed MtV r nl lazt week arcstill alive Mr Vane Lester With his charm VaIisitedweek n Icp WILDTAMS T President and Councilor ofiTheJ Bank of Mt Pet non X I rf QUAIL IlitinObetterjhu close Saturd iy pnogresmaking doer rcjJinn ivagoiis shoe inj Uirrr eta itl h always tnI g iod riiuiitj- iTod Tues1 is WJydiI igreeabe one fllSwnn s h ieasantmays as vas Sanday a d MoijdaK Such extremes uf tens perature causes much suffeibg with marikiud and stock poorly housed Mrs Malviua Goodpaster died near thiS place Friday and was buried at Popular Grove on Satur liy She bad long been a sufferer with rheumatism and had been confined to her bed for the past four years Mrs J T Hurst died Saturday evening Dec 31 puerperal feveru Great sympathy in this dark hour is felt for the bereaved husband and motherless children The bu rial took place last Sunday eve ning at the Popular Grove Cemetry Bro J L Datis preahed at Providence New Years day Sev oral brethren made vows which muchhalloCliristiansassist them in sthei good cork undertaken that the vows made at the altar last Lords day may not be broken Farmers are taking quite Bnin idencetI1and have recently erected large stork jbarns and several others ire soon to pe built Nothing adds more to the beauty of the farm than nice residences arid barns and shows thrift and enterprise f a r E JI9PK liorand I dos upt4tdatabusileas IiIhf i 9 jjj tt 4IJ ds 905 tE e kr r q fJ xy Is fj r f ANDJs we turn the hishry onthonghts Iwen in rruttiltilti rl 1J Upon tltoLe lriends itlio It uc lie so 101al tous t t li lit tit tu ne tinttint Ithe year9 04 Ife offeroar sihcert to you foreouttlplJlJtmE mate c tnliaeiiee duct goodwill sonenerouch and ite hope that our satiSi ci r 8 of tllCl t be be coot hued dotingthe new XCtr 105If you are not one of our customerse world like to number yon vitit th S1i L t feel that we nun make It mutual bnflt isW YeardPast and GoneNcPagcinifes gwill UotoDate in Styes Primes d II Our Motto t 9 r XI Y- We Quc tI t l lltjJ fI frr b l7 It ifJIJ t J f t A r Pt 1 l i r f1 p yV 1Jrtf y t t J ttl f In i 4r Ts Give as a call t t lf X Ioi favors find ext f 11fIj7i t I t f tl 1tIJt ti Il i fifI I i1th J i r Jilr l 4 Tt1IJ I GEO LIVES AY A T FISH SHMARTIN Directors of The Bank of Mt Vernon The assdciation of either matt n trim an titI rpt iseof any kind adds strength and confidence JLKVEL GHEEX A happy New Year to all May the Fathers richest blessings ill pon and abide with nsUtm we meet again Make but few newt resolves for the new year but let this few be good pries and stick close to them Amend oftte old ones and couch them in the catalogue Read jour Bibles and practice the Golden Rule and the first and greatest Command and keep out of debt News iz very scace amid we will have to fill our cbltfmif with something else Hamlitv Norton or Norton Hamlin are selling lots of cheap Roods here at the old stand Egz haz dropped from 1 6c to zooa long jump tcernCnTGer- abbit trade iz no good aid the bird law in force again therefore suppose the little criltefs will gets rest and Nimrod wilhresttoo1 Schools have nearly lljlclo Lanti- the additional ruonllfe to U terma seems tomeet general pprpvalV1 We should have a five rja ueitt mouths term Wlieri fcwas a wSl t V pil we had a three anontbster 11nndcand JPC learnt iutes a g deal There top ni aM jjj too mood fand otstu- ddylntlnsdayandaytae 1t cbidren They git1nTed tickintltexttxl tnnrnof them tin1tlere rhfe SI y Gi r1 exactthle Lwa tZC textyeaate if llfpttnues trnprovingat the plesetit atio Illbe ablephysicaliy l toper- Fora So mote hec h + t 1 arsis Bro wn jMl rtit iBryles 1hree5ce yotfrigfsteefs at p Jut we Just cant o1l1itogs ctstrauge aint J1 4rxy his TJ r iI1j tonr Joe iu the BIei1ri Thom m the business t W1JF7iH Vira DeBord will take a Bourse liij tile Kriual She J6es Reaching and cantxto la ep pade siith Jte tiurcs Site rounded up her thirdj FridayTeaching f speaks long and loud for a tetchier Notwithstanding our joysduring Xtnas Were exceedingly delightful yet they visre not unmixed with grief for the Angel with datk wins liar Seen among us claiming as victims Mrs Malviiia Goodpastori pf whom we have often written m these columns She had been Sn intense Sufferer from rhenmatisth for many years Sue was abouti years old and had been a consistent Chufchmeniberfor uianvAeair Also Mrs Martha IJursc Ayife Qt John Tij tlursty crossed over Jrli river Sat trchy p uiJleayrbg ievr Iitiid din itid and 1mail chil dren theyoungest et Who nli Shill a few d i old Mrs Hurst till yet youfg had proven hestHvta te a d tnisther tfTe 1i9J1 wife land insistent Chns- V1 ril ijmvtBg i memhe oft the nplis- hockrymeecentn tt wfi1 f h JUDGED L r t1fp ryicxeit 1nLa YitJf Vttlnon tty wta tly fk V Cr 1 131100 5 Jm thanks I rt14 ij f t lGl 0 r ntwbe ijtt dn Iii ewinter in dead harcfear nest f MrsFinactiAx riiiid teas iii Beira- sFdppntgthi weep Mrs J H Sf nitirlR lifll a ibii- on the sioklisti 3sisuprmtng Burton Beldon Stho h sfic on- the sick listisahc 1tapiit again Xiibs pas tl Ufet1 gulelivhkte ichi tholiday seasons t fri f Mr T J Ha1JI it ri vinh to Texas lire It eIC wiirdecide not to go a tw ni litct to give up n good citizen i3tfti PWQnes went tO Itidf x cLtw 1 r1nJThos Morgan killed a iafT ittita stiake yourday lat trek cai l was cra WIitl k zr1u enjpylnp5 the sunshine Itife Jul tDoiit fiVrget tlier Pitjliiis Pee J Hjvelheconung Spring Its tl QNesstFaturiras tv1 itnt rsgts b t fciov ifs- dull tai efier edit ttit hovc arid That en agre opwefs wltjj effect itfprodtu Sttftacli and r4 at vita e l MTVEHNON SIGNAL IltirtY JAN 1905 PiallsliiilvelfjFUsy 6y 0f rEOGdR S ALRRIGHTSU- PSCRTT ION ONE YnAR Ioc ArllrUsi1lX rates made known o- J ratrorl t POh1TIC S AM POhTI1ANSG- nry Bckhten has issued a cal for the Gelcr1J Assembly of Ken ttickr to cowue in extraordinary wssuu on January for the role purpose rf cow itleringa Chan p iu the ifs for the new State Capita hitihrr Gen H Williams loaner Chief Justice of Oregon Attorney General in Presdeot Grmi tcl1d Cab and Mayor of Poi tiandl- wa ed on tl 4 rfA 5Viivi iS l e that on Jangary o i hey will rave Alva Adams sworn in as Governor ThX 1 W SIT KMS- IJubt Alexander Ifcwie has left Csicago for Mexico where he hpes to fund a spconi Zion City Fire at 1fd Ito pj KY shortly after midnight destroyed the plant of the Record newspaper and a big OIltenI7niversiv Qfchj goddatesj slut li ejs tlie jresut4fn wht lea clfemicat Ac71 wC lh e f8d Jie Dr e 1 r t1iit f Indiana will ptte ppt 4o iay nuPedthechartetofdi H ridersorfi Bridge Compa on iicqsitffeafits refusal to grant right n wayover the bridge to a traction company Japanesert at Port Arthur has terminated sue cessfully and the Russian Gibralter fi1fiS surrendered At goclork Sun day night Gen Nogi commanding trthe Japanese army of investment received from the Russian General Stoessel a note saying that he fund further resistance useless and asking for a meeting to arrang capitulation The note rect and the Tap lel3T named r with rep Lussian corn arP1surren capitulation lock Monday a C T3 PAPER vice received rnis arc not rom the Jfapa e that they will in character StubCmade yGen ders wilt rakI TheJtn ltr Shoe 1 e on The Markett i Prices and Quality considered Ir i pair foiAviriter and be convincedxDry goods and Clothing in abundance 1tihevery lowest prices F lie pay tie very highest prices lot conttrY produce A C H ATTI1IATT KENTUCK V 7SCRAPS 0JETs A Chicago girl whose feet are a little too large to suit her ideas of beauty wrote to a local paper and bluntly asked What is good for big feet The answer came Big shoes Ib VingMelicau steam laundry man say Chinese mus go Ah Single Babe how fixim steanulundlv mans ii1by Jul Kes cabinet size Nature said the post writes faceJCumrox and before Gwendolyn got entirely through with the freckles this sum hadIseeing nowadays Mrs TraylerGuess thats so thev tell me for instance that the new piece at the Planet a problem play you kuov isnt fit to teseen 1JJIr1rteYou dont say sol HI telephone for tickets rigliitaway Mrs Mogan1watMoes vez pijild mon do Mrs Casey Mrs CaseyShure hes a do mondxutter Mrs Hogan Yez dont mane it Mrs Casey Yis lie cuts lh grass off the baseball grounds Aunt Hannah Have you told any one ofyourengafyementtoflr XoI aventtoldasoule- xcept Bessie Miller who thought he was going to ask A Little Too herItor Here is 10000 uowatJthfore witnesses remember that we will give hjjr that ifsw Lwrite usa short story Trusted Employe I thirishe will accept EditorJee Whittaker Then dont go The ManYour daughter telephoned me td call and fix your piano Her Father Whats the matter witbh The Man One of the strings is broken Her Father What will it cost to rePairtbebrokenlstringThe H rFatherWeJ1 heresse rest ofe r Irate Manufacturer See here I sent you an advertisement saying mypianos were infentr to none Editor Yesvsir You printed it inferior in tone Ith Easily fixedV eI Inefof yl ur pianos and send me another advertisement IIeres i1 card how nig our rates Goodday sir AGUARANTSED emu PILES blind blceiling rpro s Druggists refund Ointn cut falls toI no matter of hoiin 6 to 14 days bon gives ease and f your drggist hasnt in stamps and it will be MedItAS A GREAT FARM o a jf31ogive about 650oooquarej fjbis as terestingg jllustratioti rk Sun lies in as u g gation of our prit cipal farm products within specified areas of familiar boundary for the purl to of seeing our national farm flnot abselutels acuratj fn all case are sufficiently close to give a very good idea of what our farm would look like if it were parceled out in 1uch manner Thus planted Maine and Newt Hampshire would be our oat field t Slode Island with about 300 pHare miles from eastern Con ciicnt would be our tobacco t ntatioa The restof Connect with Long Island would be ato patch Vermont Ma3 New YorkNew Jersey e would form a vast Pennsylvania would ur cotton Geld Virgmiu and West Virginia would be a hay field Maryland would be planted in rye barley and buckwheat North Car olina South Carolina and would be covered witbcorn GeorgiaIi might then take our choice between OhiO1K pastureland truck With this vast area thus occu piety we should still be left with many threequarters of cur national domain in the form of un runfthewe an empire left for set llenient and cultivation SPEEDY RELIEF scarlisspeedy lief It draws out inflamatiou soothes cools and kcal all cuts fortand skin diseases DeWitts listhe only genuine Witch Hazel aalve Beware ot counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by Mt Ver CoYNo hitiDoioHiramDid yew hev mutch uv a blowout th last- time yewAvnz tew ihcitj 45asrNaw th tavern wJheer I stade hedj nectrick litessted uv gS Th Keystone of Good Health is pure food LionCoftIis aB coffeeno glazingfeof eggs or glue to conceal iJe qualityFresh in flavor because always in rnbullt 8D iq ft i j Witness of John the Baptist to Jesus v vj- SonliySchool Lessor lor Jar8 ISOi ft eparcU by the Highway and r ByXvay Preacher GlpyrghttASbyJH nIUS8OX TEXTJohn ll34 Memory verses K i7 Read also of Johns Mlcla try in Matt S11T MS 1111 Luke 31rJohn Itead nito the Prophecy icrctirnSnK Jdhn In Mat l3 45 OOLDEX TEXT CcbcVJ the Lanl of God which taketh atrfiy the nin cf the woidjGhs l TL zE John the Baptist tear his irtn iziry lr the summa of 16 It gas about six months after this In January p th J enJohr far baptism It was about six weeks laser Thei deputation of Jews name to tS reccroed In ths lesson PLiACH The rTCiicblcff of John was n aniy in the 71dtrnrss of Jucea Restof Ite Jr Jan atdthe Dead sea The f incltcsts cf this leraon occurred at Eeth nrarA Jpbn 13- KE5I1XDEK Lot us net forget to Jtpp tefcre us Johns piirnwo ill Rzi1a t5s Gcsncl Itepoat John S0rl Nrte ltP- rfasrs prcsentti In this lyson vrky irf ftouM li CIr Jesus as the Sln otCcd- Earl VeiivSrSirjfci iaxef His acr- eJon stntcny tV io wits v Ji snrp nPDtfd hv Gets test mcr vs of JljittS16 and Jesus s an uourtcd asthe Lsrb of Gcc which tat eh awayLe sIn of the worluv The Iissson Outline THEMEt The Christ Announced IJoina Testimony of Hm erE Itc JohrsQUlitlonerI from Jcrusa Heit by the Pharisees v 2t 1c Tt fr QucsUoiis a 12 JotaV NegatIOraVS 0 Johns Afilrmatlon John5 Baptism f- 61IJohns Testimony of ttcChrlss- S1 cJl1 Jesustn1 Tfcrfr 1tdsttav U6Vnown to Themr3 Ia HIs Exalted Character v Pointed Outv9 a Tig Lamb of Cad b T1e Worlds Sin Bearer n The Sign from Hearea 2 w Tte Dscert of the Splrltr Ih The hrriltci Icnt ct Matt S16 jt The IcslMve TesUmorv Comnaring Scripture with Scripture IJahns Testimony of Himself 1 Johns Questioners Johns six or seven months of preapiilng Is bearing fruit- iheJewiahiePders are tarred The appoint a delegation of priests Situ je t63 to go to John to asli who he as and what was his baptism They vere not seekers alter truth so rouoii as thty were critics of the truth The came prejudiced and they went away jrithoul seeing or knowing the Christ- t la tcilayJ Is 0930 Acts 2826 27 1O O Johns Xegatonss 20 21 was tot witting to sail under au laUe caloraiom 122 He was not He was not Elias Note Wisgver the later testimony cf Icsns Matt Hill 171012 John spol Morally Jesus figuratively There was XrccHT ali of a IUrui return of Elijah He was not that prophet This last hay tug rciesesse to Ieut 1S15 whichscme iliousht vould tie a second Mcsca n Johns thratiunv3 was osly a voice cr Eg in the wllder less A voice to utttr Gods nessage Only a vons that the man might be ob eureil Iud the meesere emphasized WliSt Aa Example fr prc char and teachers today 0 JoliuH Lartismv 2oMatt 111 tot i35Noise Johns fidelity to Scripture 5Ie quoUMa5ah the prophet iu jusii icstion of his claims Gods children ojusht alvrgys to be prepared to reply Jo the questionor 1 Pet 315 ILJohns estimonv of the Christ D Jesus in Their MktFs 25 27 Thercjstattdeib one Basong you whom e no gnot Their hearts ctiinlJEliei would not see or receive Him Thus at he very beginning We find exemplified that which has ever characterized the world since then Jesus in the midst of ho wprli but unknown by the world Xote the striking contrast between Johns annomiccxscnt of the Christ to these cRfpir critics and to those who pre reatiy to rrCtive bb message To the former lie says Usns is In your midst but you dont now Him ard the morro when they have gone he2 paints Jesus out to believing hearts as the Lamb of God which tac cth away the sin of the world The Jews in narrow race prejudice here molting for a national deliverance vrhlle the world was forgotten and rn cared for Johns broad announcement ihat the Christ was to be the worlds sin bearer must have beep startling to his hearers and yet how blessedly true it was The Sign from Heaven The De ceut of the Holy Spirit upon Jesus sue the voicefrom Heaven was the Divine ly appointed sign to John whereby he was to know the Christ It Is the ac epted opinion of Bible scholars that John ijfver met Jesus until His baptism vtlciiha4 taken place some 40 days be Tore the Incidents of this lesson the 40 toys Wiriptatlon in the wilderness hay ing intervened iJThe Positive Testimony John sag willins to receive the evidence ol he Spirit and was ready to bear post tie testimony that this is the Son of God Oh that men everywhere would bo willing to receive the indisputable evidences which God supplies in His Word and by His Holy Spirit that Je sus is the Christ theSon cf God Behold the Lamb of God whine taketb away the dnQtthc world Johnsordshave echoed through Ute centuries JdhJLd in gxpresslon IDsinfinijeJQe and mercy and as pro vision for theneed pfa lost world pro rld d himself G n 22S a Lamb which was avaufficient sacrifice lleb 9tl2 for the atonement for the worlds sin Jesus is tho Lamb slain from the foundation of the world Rev 13k Behold then thisLambof Go- dthere Is life for a look at the Crucified One John314 15 SpurgeonEaysoI hf eonvereion He looked on me cbct to IIlJB an3 we were pIle fcrever Mifkins I believe that fellew Skinner is just a trifle closet if ins Clise Why he wouldnt give yon a pleasant look unless you paidhim for it l yersPiJls sf cbewt Me- ansigNlK lh 7 r r 1 fi 3- FwRMit r =r o to t o t 9 ri I4The Hustling Cash i = A STOREr YourM f rtf1Mt 0- r A ri lovesrr S BARGAINS BARGAINS Here is where you can alwaysIPl Look for BARGAINS i t L HDAVISLIVI- NGSTON 9 Q i KY t C qY iIrt Y t zr MLTJ rI17 WANTED 22 in h headingholts at all points on the K C and K D divisions of she L N Railroad in Rockcastle s county Will receive same Brod head wagon load all other points car load lots Will pay 5 per cord 2ft Also all the socond growth white oak butts 30 inches long S inches and over in diameter- CRANORSM1TH LUMBER COI lee 9 yn 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 and burns for years and can recom mend it to be the best salve on the market Every family should keep itas it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use toMrs Samuel Jagcof North Bush N Y says I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors coutd care AU salves and blood remedicsptGeE1j- wortb1ess I not over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured DeIWiaga scar Mt Vernon Drug Co So fid vomforfy in TRAVEL Means The Henderson Route Free Recirning Chair Oars on all trains between LOUISVILLEKentucky ST LOUIS IIandCOLONIST AND HO IH SEEKERS RATES TO TIIR WEST ADD SOUTHWEST If you confemplate a trip or axharige of location in the near future HGct the HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT It is the COMFORT JINE and a comfortable tram in traveling Is ways a rood habit to acquire At least give us us the opportu nity of naming your rates We have the equipment the train service the flee chair cars and the rates What more do you want GltO ITravL J IRWIN Gen Agt- IIENDFRSON Lorisviitn ROUTHI llllKeep j And the great hifciiciae I Ayers Pills fUcr GHAMSDYEt- i ousi Robert Cox i TO OUR CUSTOMERS A The year 1004 will soon be a thing of the past and to our friednds and customers who have given us such zjr a liberal portion of their patronage we wish to extend re 2 onr thanks jThe year 1905 is almost upon us and this we hope to make our banner year and if good oods low pri es and honest dealing will accomplish our aim we have nu doubt but that our efforts will be crowned withuc H cess Yours for business ROBT COX pone No GO Mt Vernon Ky e Kubert Cox unn n1tnntntntntntnnttnntn1nttntttntnnnnntttn W Get Your M r1 M oney s Worth I E By trading with Jonas McKenzie who always oar E ries a full and comnlete Dry Goods Clothing EBootsi Shoes andGroceries we have in endless quan 3 titicSr MLOn you trade With IJremember yon al w rwways get the best JONAS fVicKENZIE = E Phone Ko 83i jU Vernon Ky UllUU1Ul1UU1U1U1UHll1U1U UHUH1H111UUU1IU UIUI1U1U 1cc a G RANVI LLE OWENS i UNDERTAKER r Brodhead Ky PurL LIxu Collins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tel phfn orders Promptly Filled rt THE BPDK OF AT YERNDNp MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK t5OOO C C WILLIAMSPRES JASJT AtAJS VicpRKs ASSTtASl1I nthtionhf11Fhone Ht 5iUtY HYHILHBLE fi f F ibJ 4 ii fi aM T fi iit MT V NON SIGNA L- t1r Vrr1NoN Ky JAN WOS UiiiiCail up No 70 when twon to CoiminiiJc- iUo with SIGNAL 79 0 iIowsruc 4 CjI TIME TABLE 14 north 1206 Pm 26 north 25731 3 south 129 pn i South 1101 m lAS LANDRUM Agent jilin Nn 5S rttedr t rr Pttlice eo- Mla matterI PERSONAL Judge R G Williams was hee Sunday Rev O M Vallen wit leave in a few days fur Texas Judge S D Lewis was iu Louis vile the first of the week Supt G M Ballard was in Berea from Monday until yesterday Miss Dell Jmles of Middlesboro is visiting her sister Mrs L W Bethurum Mrs Jane Bloomer is spending a few days with her sister Mrs IaI tilda Houk R N and George Owens of a len Ind spent several days wtlId relatives here Cossie Sutton spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at PrcachersvilleI Judge Jacob Si brook were here attending court Monday Buck Cummins quit mining and accepted a position with the Cranor Smith Lumber Co at Brodhead a Rev Baxter formerly of London will take charge of the Presbyterian church and do borne teaching in the school Willie B Myers carte down fruit Pineville Monday to make an pr voice ot the stock of the M Cr- non Drug Co Mr S H Martin and daughter Miss Sadie Martin of Rockcastle bereIuIttrorThe girls have all returned to their respective school and Arch Furnish well he is in no c ndi tioa to be worried justat pre entI Messrs Joe Snyder Frank ly and George Parker were here from Williamsburg last week en joying tome of the holiday festivi tics W T Smith and daughter Miss Beulaiwerem Lexington Morda to see Mrs Smith They found her no better tout gmdually grow ig worse Squire W D Wallen and daugh ter Miss beulab of Crab Orchard and Marshal Egbert Wallen of La Fallette Tern visited their sisters Mesdames H L Tate arid J F t Griffin here this week = V R Aitk has resigned his po- sition1 as presc ripliuiiiit with the t Mt Vernon Thug Co andaccepted forJVwCincinnati O Mr W M Kroker of Pirreville has taken Mr Beck jlce hCleILOCAL Dont fail to read all our nEw ads Drilling on well No 2 has stopped and the well will he shot C C Williams sold to R B Mullius the large field next to Presbyterian church Price paid 90000 The new bank will open at Brod head tomorrow which will mark new epoch in the history of that thriving town Miss Zona Reams a daughter of Mr John Reams of near Orland- and Jasper Owens a son of C C Owens were married Saturday The Supervisors of Tax for Roc castle county met Monday The l board is composed of the following W T Davis R A Swinford H J Mullinp K J McKinney W A Carson and W T French clerk The trustees uf each district in this county had better he care ul i signing up lat month and annu nI jeports See Sec 135 common school law Every day must be accounted for G M BALLARD Supt t jOur regular Livingston cairns pondence was trailed yesterday morning as usual but what became of itwe will probably be able t findout at souse later date some of Uncle Sams employees BECK DAVIS Miss Catherine Bell Beck of McKinney Lincoln county and Mr James Davis of S merset a nephew of Dr S C an V A P DIS of ihw place will be married on the 12th InstiPHOTOGRAPH GALLERY I have opened a photograph gvilitiy upstairs over Joins Fishs tore All work first class and at reasonable prices Call and tee samples and get prices T F Ale SHORTER fec02t Mt Vernon Ky To air splndid corps ofcor respondents we wish to tender our must sincere thanks for the splen did service rendered during the jjear 194 and ask a continuance uf your cooperation during the present tear Of what success we nave achieved we most assuredly give to our correspondents credit for a large portion of NOTICE I am very thankful tom friends and customers for their liberal pat hopejfuture if agreeable with you but in order to enable me to you in the future if accommodalcI anything please call Short settlements make long friends Repect fully JONAS MCKENZIE Dr D McDonald Synodical Sup erintendent or the Presbyterian e churches and schools of Kentucky- was here Monday in the interest ol mettIdtpartINo plans were formulated but it is certainty that the industrial ds pirtment to cost 3000 co will he dded Dr Stone of Baltimore wl he here the first week in March vlen all necessary arrangements 1x11uutl to start the good work A merchant in a neighboring Lv1 slates that his advertising last year cost him 54 cents for every too worth of goods sold He used a half page for his business announcement each week and says as long as people read newspaper he will advertise Theres a mal- possessed of a good head Just as soon as merchants begin to lout upon advertising as a branch ol the business which requires as mud care as any part of it then will vertising pay Honesty force originality and persistency in vertising makes it a paying bust nessIf all reports are true there ar not as many schools closed in tht county as KC heard there were From July iSdi until Dec 23rd when several of the schools close rely giver 15 school lays when no time was lot Supt Ballarc says all reports must show lul jtime i so jdays actually taught I Tiiijjht be well to say right here- that the chairman of the board of trustees who signs a repJrt which is incorrect lays himself liable to r fiiie ot5o No trustee or boar anyihe accepted by Superintendent unless full time is taught and ol course the January and February draws will be paid only as the reports shot that they should be The six mouths school term wa made for the benefit of the children land not the teachers LIVED IN A SINKHOLE IS DAYS Mr Iirj Mullins tells rather t remarkable story about one of hi fateniug hogs which lived in a sinkhole fuj eighteen days withou frodor water and came out halt and hearty although somewhat diminished in flesh The hog tvit severa others had been in a pet for several months and Mr Mul theom out for a little exercise In tht field in which he turned them then nigkh ii Ito be fedone o hiibest fatenin hogs was missing a careful search farmland adjoining farad e but allin1in Nc jOfillhiS the hog could be found days afserv ards he wat this sink hole and heard thCbti rtinti Wlreti removeit it wrut foiundltbualfgpbd fOndj lion every way exccypt a loss of ibc to ISO pounticferirb cb it is nQw reKa zasW R McClurewill keep a team on the streets to do nil kinds of hauling on short notice bargaiamtour r many a afyFor the benefit of those who db ltdenacted ty the last Legislatureve wish to say that the law only pre sqairiland the of November Twenty cars of Goal got loose oil the incline at mine Nu 2 of Big Hill Coal Co icMiltmjr il1a diY inctineIvas torn up sonic considerable distance the tip house completely demolished and Sam Rose came out with a broken leg 11 ATT 1Our puilic school closed Wcdnes Mrs Mary Duvall has been quite ill for a few days J B Chestnut is thinking of en tering school at Berea Mr Ed Herrin spent Friday night with Amos Smith Willie Lear will go to Covington Wednesday to find work Walter Boyd of Cincinnati is spending Christmas with his par uttJ M Cress of Preacbersville is iu this vicinity buying fat hogs and cattle James Falkner of Hazel Patch s the guest of the family of Wm Adams H B McChry went to Living Eton Sunday night to work in rpsc taurant Cash Hiatt and wife have just t eturned from a visit to relatives at Janville Dr Lewis of Wildie passed through here Friday en route to Brodaead Jesse Fish one of our promising bung men entered school at Berea Thursday 11quite IIreatIvicinityA M Hiatt and sister Minnie veto visiting relatives at Wildie first of the Frank wcekischool at was through the holidays Messrs A M and C M Hiatt were the guest of relatives at Rowland first of the week Miss Clevie and Lizzie Hiatt vere the guests of friends at Willie from Friday until Saturday A V Smith makes frequent rip to Brodhead and we understand is to soon be deputy marshal of that town The recent wind done considerable damage in this section blow mg down foddershocks haystacks and fencing beenlfogged is spending a few days with home folksMessrs H B and A C McCla ry were over at Preachers il1e Fri lay evening and enjoyed a social vith the joly young folks of that place Miss Annie Parkerson has just returned from Traveler rest where he has been spending several weeks with her sister sirs Ida Creach A C Hiat has just finished voicing his stock of goods and finds that he has done quite a nice business last year with prospects s and hopes fora better one this year Sylvester Lunsford who has een engaged with the jailro d ompany at Winchester for three familIv on account ol heir health LI YIN GST 0 IMis Maggie Hamliti of Level Greenland Mrs Georgie McClure tltnd daughter Miss Fannie of Mt Vernon arevisiting Mr and Mr J A Oliver Mr and Mrs J A Oliver enter tanned a party of young folks ThUrs day night 5n honor of Misses Mag tune Hamliri and Fannie McClure e Those present were MissesCora Ad aius Bessie Mullins Jalia Reynolds May Magee Myrtle Chunlng Not Hayes and others Messrs Elmo Lee Rice McClureOUvcy fa rtt etct QUARTERLY REPORT Of THE BANK OF MT VERNOK at the close of business on the J ist day December igot t i nECOURCES Loans and Discounts 5306889 Overdrafts secured 76096 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National flanks 621517 Mortgages 2050245 Specie 5377o V Currency 382000 J 519740 Furniture and Fixtures 42025 Current expens s SjI3Sct jlastQuuter j 51380 iTota 58667892- JJArIlJITIKS Capital stock pail ill in cru15ISurplus Fund3oYUnivided profits tgltt3 Deposits subject to check on which 791HLls56e792- tiPLEIES1ARY anyIbar thereof dirLctlior indirectly il such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent oft capitol stock actually paid in and mount of surplus of the Bank None How in indebtedness stated iu above itcniiJsecurerl See Sec 585 Kentucky Statutes None Highest amout of indebtedness of any- director or officer if amount of such iu dcbtedness exceeds 10 percent of 5831Kentuck IDoesperson company or foul including in thej liability of the company or firm the 101exceedAmount last dividend15mcoWere all the expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de daring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of the net profits of the bank i for Use period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Section 596 Ken acky Statutes Yes STATE OIRKXTUCKYl County of Rockcastle f ss 1W L Richard Cashier of The Bait of Mt Vernon a bank located and doing business in the town of Sit Vernon in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is iu all respects r statement of the lion of said the close of business on the 3ist trueI Dcemberiyo4 to the hdst of Isis jedge and belief and further says Unit the business of said Batik has been transactedJ aUlIe location rained lad not l tim the tltoce 1 port is made in com plinncc situ aa official notion received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of Dec 1904 as the day on which such report shall he made W L RICHARDS Cashier C C WILLIAMS IJ11GhOSubscribed and sworn to before me by W L Richards the 3tti daof Jan 19 5IE SALBI1IGHTNotary Public My commission expires Feb 1906 Commissioners Sale TCSTLE CIRCUIT Willie and Cyntha Wood by J C Wood Guardian PJtfd vs udjjement John Jones etc Delta By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its December special term 1904 I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky on Monday the 3lyd day of Jan 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours of and 3 oclock p m on a credit of six months bearing 6 percent interest from date ofsate until paid the following dUcrifidd property tovlt Rockeaseto county Ky ness Pine Hill and known ns the Jr M Jones farm and hounded on the north by the lands of Y J Sparks on the east by the lands of B G Mullins on the south by the lauds of Jeff Hansel und Logan Owens on the west by the lands of Ashley Owens William Owens and W J morelor1give bond with approved surety hav lug the forehand effect of a judgment for pnrchasci rlce Bidders will be prepared iCr comply promptly with tbesorme M PENN1NGTON M C U C C Avers Dont try cheap cough medi cines Get the best Ayers Cherry Pectoral What a record It has sixty years of Cherry Pectoralcures Ask your doctor If he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throes and lung troubles NI4rrfoundtPatArereC1ett7renteret1a chills hard colds 14 LovE1AaiMnIthcchYy Bronchitis wlthtslta r W i 1KEEP gWti We areexhibiting the the most complete line ct Winter Apparel ever brought to the town Our line pf Mens Heavy Suits never equaled Ranging from 250 to 12 50 a suit OVERCOATS We are offeringunusual BARG tINS in O VEfc COATS all the latest styles af l1arc anteed from 250 to 1300 Mens Fleecd Underwear No other department of our Large Stock is more HeavyFleecedw E have theGoods you want I and pre milking the price toJ TO CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or True Southern Routs Daily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to San Francisco yin of Missouri Pacific railroad and Seen ic Colorado Klegant Tourj c injg Cars Service every ac LapisDailySleeping Cars os Angeles Cal in Route the True New Tourist Sleeping C lions via Iron lEliitntafn- Et Paso leave St Louis every t day and Saturday The service and eqipment is stric ly uptodate Round trip and IjSw gate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Moun tain or Missouri Pacific Railway from all principal points inthe East Fat berths reservations ind full information address IL T G MATHEWS T P AM and Louisville Ky or H C TOVNSEXD s G P and T A St Louis Mo Behind The Scenes Soubrelte Here comes the leading man Does he do his own press worknow ComedianYes I saw him pressing histrousers yesterday- WONDERFUL f NERVE Is displayed by many a raah en during pains of accidental cuts wounds bruises burns scads sore feet or stiffjoints But there s no need for it Buckleus Arnica salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the bxest salve 01 earth for pics too 25cts at the Mt Vernon Drug Cos storeI A Small Favor Wife timemiduigbtQuickQuick Wake up I hear some one downstairs Husband sleepily What do they seem to be doing WifeH klIear that theyre cakeIbOX TROUBLESj where theme are no domestic rap lutes occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Dife Pills atoned Much trouble they save by their great work in stomach and Liver troubles They nol only relieve you but cure Sold at 5 tat the Mt orernotlDrlI Gos store 1theHow mantimes do you think he will cal r v4 JcGosay he is that sutl V Well the dbctorwill call twice forItCraz d by jvilonsy Henrv KLoo this shot and kilWd Mrs LoomiS Mod Frank Dunne ndcon Or HOOK ADAMS L C1Is ODaYi c+r5F jth r 3 t lassie L Chadwicks Tonic M fj iIs now on the market in every loading dru tol tmin ihelTiiiteii t eilanL iwrt Jlo M Chas C Davis Drugstore P 7 Is the DUFIlllIacc tn rvthndntlw thug lute j aii fAepleineEs Pharma BuhliJ And a clti 1 ie Line of Toilet Goods h 9 PRERIPTION work Carefully Com f poum1ed dlrOr ni ZhtY4 BrWILLIS GRIFFIN IPractical and Undertlter FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete J INV 11EAKSE Can iurnish Metalic Caskets Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get foryoi qonfirs- in thatleave the city LSc2 OR L E RS by wire Promptly Filled 1 Phone No63J f ATTENTION BY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM to DR cLD AVJtS1 j sh You dont havvtf tf t a rrescrir tion Extra tY1or Special Attention toCliirdreti I VJhe Purest and JBetr Drugs only used rm Practice 1 orIwoman as permanent repiesenta the of lijfinnnHfnctnnnjicQnipanv tbisJEasiness successful and established Salary 2600 weekly and expenses rSalaypuidweekly from home of lice Isxpene maney ada td- Expcriencen essential Fact se selfaddressed enwelo neralj- wKd0 Ill l J f Attached and lJ1 S nijr =KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE LUNCS t KingsNeer 1 r bORe sad OLDS F IIPricesurest nndQ1C ICkst cure for si TlUtOAT ant LUNcr o zEs 0 70 lACEfjif Jl PAPER 13 TORN y 11r a s as UJ t a s tr U f IU ff I1t ii 1fJIN IS THE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST 12 00 Suits now j CO 500 Suits no va 00 t V- ijve J V about 300 StiiU that wil go that way OVERCTOATS cut f6 00 oats400 y Our 1 Suits of Underwear will go at 80 ets from the3th until the 13th tl sgLtlaivioc Outing will be sold at Dots from titoth until theilSClj after which time it will besoM for lOtts l 1JADIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finost line of Winter goods ij ever brought to town r COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky P K Vatch tin= jiw fir Sneeial Bargains I FiuCure a Cold in One Day Tate Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven VSBkm boxes sold In past 2 months Tins signatures TiueiThe melnrfdioly das have come The saddest of the lot fallBEST FOR THE- BOWELS If LtTrrt rrc Ur healthy movement of the every day yoaro ill or oven uid be Force in the shire of pbjBle rrpiU poison Is dangeron Tin smoothest easiest most perfect of the dear clean to tale- CANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pteaaant Palatable Potent uleGooL n Serer or tlritfo + an- 4f ssmpleandbookletoaheattb KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN L DICI This great stock medicine is a money rarer for stock raisers It is a medicine not a cheap food or upfaBlackDraught renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring looseningtheand poultry It is carefully pared sd its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional done ia their food It cures tog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera gad roap and makes hens by It cares constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal lo more work for the food con nmi It gives animals and fowls of all lands new life Every fanner and raiser should certainly give it a trial Jt crab 25c a can and saves tea tithes its price in profit liar March DraagbtBtockstock for some tine I base used an kinds ot stock food but I have found that youni is the but tor my purpose J 8 Queen Orescent Haute LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES nrrn Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham Orleans Shreveport rcLjrexa3 Points 4i tOS is AIKEN Tray Passr Agt Main St sxington Ky ISfcA GARPjrrsf R Gen Mgr V2WNEARSON Pass Ajft ISAVFD FROM TERRIBLE DKATH The family of Mrs M L Bo b t of Bargertown Tenn saw tlyitll and sere powerless to sas her Titi most skill fulpuysic and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this ter rible hour Dr Mugs New Discov ery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troub les Guaranteed bottles 50C an i rTrial bottles free at Mt Vernon Drug Co You can never judge n man by his clothes you know No but you can judge him pret ty well by his wifes clothes CONTRACTED CHRONIC DIARR HOEA WHILE INPHILIPPINFS While with the U S Army i the Philippines I con traded chronic diarrhoea 1 suffered severely rlIanyJIgoo Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy two small bottles of which en tirely cured me and I have since had no return of the disease Herman Stein 212 N Union Ave Pueblo Colorado For sale aC- C Davis drugstore p1III box25c on J SHORTEST New cIt TROUBLE rouble isremoed TKodol Dyspepsia Cure ces the stomach perfect rest byI sung what you eat without tits stomachsaid The food builds the body the rest restores t stomach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol oflAliemed heartburn and stomach iron for some timeMy sisterinlaw1 wtsIlived entirely on warm water Af K0Ilot ell cured She now eats heartily is in good health I am glad to andI Kodol gore me instant Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co iA lawyer was about to furnis bill of costs the other day when his client a baker said I hope that asnble Ah said the lawyer you might perhapssay that to the fore butIbread Handle With Care Customer cheapIbargain innrnitureDoyou al befdeliveringNew BoyThis kind the do cause the jarrin would shake it pieces T NEVER y aQc COMPLETE c f 7 p 4L r wre are showing the most com ete line g 1T rrXLadies and Genfs7 Furrishins ev1 btol ghtilo towhi I J I SHOES1- li J T shoes on the market mere U1 10 Date and fuo erpi the DOUGLAS or HAMILTON BROWN These brands Seer jiav il end les rlnantities ricl e at the niostreasonoble prices a y iorneand See US 4i ir f J C HOOKER CO- LIViNGSTONK t l 1 PAPER 13 TORN ztE J 1cf 2tPAPER fIl lli JfH A I t Mr E pSturgeoaiias been sick t forseveraldays Squire Leece was in town Mon day ooTjusTness Mr and Mrs Collier visited in ab Orchard first ofthe week Mrs K B Newland and children ire visiting in Lowell tins week Mrs Blair was up from Rowland vith hpraj blks first of the week Mr 1 It Dunn visited friends in Wilhamsbtirg Saturday and Sun dav last Mr Ed Hurt who has had rhin matismfor several weeks is rapidly improvingMrs ts and daughter of Liv ingston visited Mrs F Fratciscu first of the welk Miss Sallie and Mrs Lou Purcell coutilryI isltlinMiss Dollie are in Livingston with Mrs J Fv Cooper this week IMr and Mrs Joe Dickerson of Livingston were the guest of W R fuweektMrs Judith Chestnut has re 1enUjIIIAsocial was given Saturday even ing at the home of rand Mrc Ed Smith A number of 50 invittd guests were present and all eojoy letl the evening to their hearts con tent placej cashIIthey have such an institution in their little jtowuTONIC TO THE SYSTEM For liver troucles an constipa tion them is n thing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the notIIupon the system Js mild plea sand harmless Bob Moore of Pjyette Ind says No use talk Riseherr I have used gripe and make me sick mefjTShiee are trav cling find Little Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry with them Sold byMt Vernon Drug iCoIi 1Iu The Hotel = Silence roar ed the stern featured woman bring rug her hand down on the table like a mallet The meek little man at the of birchha Silence repeated the stemfea tured womau mPan was may to detect the cause of his wifes wrath He was eating soup CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THIS BEST MADE rIn City opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best made WalkeraPorterville California There is beoret other cure a so quick ly No other is so sure a prevent istoso nt to ese are good reasons why it should le preferred to any other Tire fact is thai few people are satisfied with any other after haying once used this reliable remedy Poi sale It jChasC Davis drugstore Wh She QtijectedhI sw by cu Mall elni in the park began but she shut him of- fSwearnotbS it she said im ploringly Wliy nbtn he asked Because it is a slippery elm she answered knowingly 5EWING MACHINES t Goto the old sewing machine man to gd Bargains in Sew itig Machinesa1Ve 1aef ll High fora1500 years also keep alt kinds of huttl needles c for every macht that is madedIDtl besides that we rh veall kinds of goods tliab is k in a Ji liuufJ store one pn Tale o OwensrrSt6re near M1Sparks QxrTryy ir lI7ES i =sT ttd LAND STOCK AN D WHO1 Maine is the champion potato State with a yieldof zoo bushels to the acre and New Hampshire with 140 Iowa holds the record among the Western states in pota hitoes itS bushes to the acre New York has the an1eC01tcre IS 86 Jess than the aver ige of the United States and much StatesIIi the 1904 crops were equallyI divided every Ulan child in the United States would receive one bat rel of flour zoo eggs too quarts of milk more that half of which goes into butter urn bu Mishelbushels of potatoes and two hushed turolnipshalf as much lettuce cucumbers and cauliflower twentyeight bush els of corn usually in the shape ot beef pork and poultry besides seventy pounds of cotton six pounds ofwool foa clothes and enough leather for two pairs ot shoes These raw materials at present wholesale prices w uld sei r about 5 h z a1 average AnuiKan imni is md a quaittr ttiltrl rl ItI the taiuilv r r cost 262 The bare necessities of life no not cost silvery much What counts for more in the total of e tI penditures are luxuries that have necome necessities and often lux pries that might better be done without farmIfeeding them m Ik so that tney w grow up to prodigious size but a Unadilla N Y youth has smashed all records if the statements of his friends are to be accredited The Unadilla youth determined to pro duce a prze woutdtmake all other prize squashes ever raised look like marbles in com pirisnn Accrtlnlelt ht ctpprl the tiicl of theyiie aid inuners it in sweet milk In time the vi toukas much asa quart of milk a day The squajSh grew beyond all eventvaIa n e a it easily won a premium of 10 But the most surprising part of the stoiyisyet to come according to the narrator whose reputation for veracity has never been questioned the squash was cut the other day ind it is alleged that it contain seven pounds and fourteen ounces if fine rich butter equal it not superior to any made last j ear at the co operative creamery It ib to be greatly regretted that the seedlessExI AND CONSTIPATION aherrid irfor stomach troubles and constipa iron I have ever sold says J R Cullman a druggist of Potterville Mich They are easy to take and always give satisfaction I tell my customers to try them and if not satisfactory to come back and their money but have never ba complaint For sale at Chas CI Davis drugstore forNellieBobby do you bell that the devil will get us if were naughty UIgetthats all 1t t A VERY CLOSE CALL I stuck to my engine although every joint ach d and every nerve wns jacked witH pain writes C W ofIaudrned wliliputl any appetite and nil run down As I was about to 1seclheetc well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly rundown people ways gain new life strength vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed fod at the Mr Vernon Drug Cos store Price 50 cents WhyTsBfcile so bitter against Charlie Hearoseand gaxceher his seat to Ihe streetcar Why I should has e tha t k sd allles him r I pones DAYen1yPgke LAxATiriB BRO IO QUI JIINK 1 bJets Alldru8gistsreftino heaoneyiliEfaifs toeurr lWQhy jalJreJSC each boa Scts I t v1 fJ IDlSPUTl rrIMiss Ella hakes Jan 3rdAbney Payne have coltractedwith W S Jonestohu d 4Ithe work to he completed by April firt John A Anglin laid cornerIstones for his new store rid Elmer had the prayer and vinIf the sup rVisersand this being the heart of the goln fields he may raiseyouurlandartierPreaching at Clear CICCK chuicu first Satur day in each month by the Rev JIW Lambert pastorAunt Susan Ogg is doing no good has been bed fast over three inort A new girl arrived at Will Stephens Dee ss Mary Shearer who has beenI lingering with consumption fori some time pased away Jan 2udI CHAMBERLAINS LOUGH RE ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS The lailt of giving children me ti UrepthtyItrenow eiln uu Keneu i ttrlecth rate for vlnl Khen to ti te IIl iitiirinK a Irt No Hop rot uu maiii he said Iht you re Ogmiun tn giving me the ruarnle heart Well what did you expect she asked iuditTcrcntlyI Mexican onyx CURED His MoruER OF RHEUMA TISM suffereby rheumansmillsays W H Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I presented her with a hottleof Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonder ful pain reliever she hail etr tried in fact hes e T u ih rr varrlfiten keeps away he pain that sue slle IIForeigu SuitorI lay at your feet a coronet and a castle with a long rent roll I am sure you can not do better than to accept American BeautyYou flatter yourself sir One of my suitors is in American who sells coal in drdCOUGHS ANi L014tS- All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Lough Cure Clears the phlcg draws out iufLiUibtiou and heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleas rigUgrog Co Consumpti oN iydshionedremedy for con umption Eat plenty of thtonsumptive 50 and 100 rears ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is th food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to totIcotts Emulsion is the mos espee1a11tprepared for easy digestion thiundY way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does mote than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sentfrceuponreQUCSL1Be wSOWN CHEMISTS Pearl St N eC andSii all q lgt Jc r C C Williams ATTORNEYA LAw MT VERNON KY ofThegiventoPhone No So M L MYERS Je rot l Ifr Vernon Ky FrrtClass Vrk f OFFICE At residence ten Cld Main St kmmti as the C C ViI pant residence- Pi NE No 73 Willle in omcc at bRODiiKAU ever MONDAY noon till Tuesday noou j J cCLAKY rl lertaker I Embalmer Car plele r2Jl rXEft1 kilts- lus c i II c r u IIVi1N trittntl rB VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR titlntrrl Ky Specially equipped for trawling n Ntmpli rn ni on first floor Hath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day iV M Francisco MONUVIEXTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones 5ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN V IH IJrtt co MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth tinay in each monti ModayMlHday SepteCOURTThud CHURCHES achiog730 p Sunday chool 930 a m Snndaj lIeetiugEverY1nursdJl1 730 pm attendall thetthThirditurdayschool at 9 1 r oa ailry 1nyer meeting on Taeulaypig6t EonvSoUotY at 2 y m MACCABEES ICJAS E IIOUK Core C Ab PA VIS t Indigestion Causes CatarrH of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed that indges4ant Reymucous membranes lining the stomach and exposesthenenesotthestomachthusrattring the juices of natural digestion This la called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia oreyrelieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects tho nerves and cures bad breath sour risings Indigestioncjspersa EatMaketlmeItbe1kpatvdbyEOowiTTCOohlcagoin FOR SAtE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO Everything is adulterated now adays sighed sentimental Miss Gotrox Except my bliss when I am Arduppferventl YThis was how he got his starton 4 affectionstsi t rcJ i