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V i .'VI! good ripens Should say amen After a long silence, brought about bv sickness of imself ami t" nnF Superintendent of Vublic family, I wish all the readers of Schools, Mr. G. M Balhrd, for this paper a happy New Year and warning tliete teachers and trustees sincerity hope you alt may enjoy h disregard llie interests of the .v. 365 days of health, happiness and.lhtls children al?cl the law in ND as we torn tho New Pngo in life's history, our thoughts fhvHnjrnJljvpjiie- - ' prosperity during the year A. D. making false reporiat the close of ciatton upon tho?e Iriends who have been so loyal to us with their patronage dining 1905. Our town seems to be iun the school term. Indeel it does --1 . - 2 w . Tnrr rsr m r. . rrit... stupor this cold weather, nothing appear, that the public schools are ve "er our sincere thanks to you tor contributing your confidence ;U, 1 JH- v transpiring worthy of note, A few conducted, more folj the advance ft m Q001 WilJ so genrottsIy, and wo hopetliat our "satislactor) dealings of the past vil .C5 moves have been made W. K. inent of the interests of the teachers win do bo continued during the new year " Buchanan has moved to Galea than fof the advancement of the If you are not one of our customers we would like to number you with the list. Rogers' property on Depot stteet, children. Our Superintendent has V We feel that 'we can make it a mutual benefit. not the power to, tiAkc new laws, Mr. Rogers having rented the or the old mote letwent, but it is ; 1PN 1 1 property near the depot for Our aim is i,l tJ a ccond'year, will continue to nwJ his duty lo see iha the laws are always be a first class hotel. As the woman obej ed. We are cU to know that J3I 1 to f ir rA is the most important factor in the Mr. Ballard is trylttt to do his duty business, I predict for Mr. Rogers by the little children of our; county uur Motto: 1 trea t" i a year df .success, as Mrs. Rogers is in compelling altf schools to be a born landlady. Some sickness in taught the full time. Our school the neigborhood R. II. Bronaugh laws are not what 'they mtght be, Vie Quote a Few Prices for Comparison is confined to the house with a se- but do very well if bbejed. All Grades of Calico, Now at 5 ots. per yard vere cold. G. H. Patton has been John Stringer sold to Wm. Brown 200 Pairs Ladies Shoes, to close ot ,t ."l;C,t.S confined to his' room for four weeks of Level Green, a horse for 4So. ; i&V, 100 Pairs Childreus Shoos, to close at ' Sffito with kidney trouble, but is able at aijd bought one of Arthur Blankeu-shi1 nfOh tnr4 , Boots Good Grade Men's Pelt r v-srafoW'iS this time to walk to his office, a for $32 50. jKnimett Hasty Boy's Pelt Boots Good Grade 150 to distance of about too yards. and family are going to Kansas Mens Overcoats, at cost prices t 1.50 to' Boy's Overcoats at cost prices Mrs. Gay, who was Mrs. Kelley about February joth, with the 1.23 to Full Line Men's Suits, Reduced price K 2.30 to 7 50. of making hat State their but changed her name a few weeks Boy's Suits, 14 to 10, " " 2.00 to home. J. M. Craig's school since, writes to your Correspond- future fl- ,03 to 2.00.,M Children's Suits, 2 Pieces, 5 lo 15 ent that she is delighted with her clo&es at the Poplar Grove district Mackintosh's, Box Coats and Black Slickers 1.00 to 5.00.JF new home at McCreary, Garrard Saturday, January") 14th. This is JJ , Give us a call and let us show you what wo have.' Again thanking youffor past county. Miss Dovie Menefee is Mr. Craig's second.term there, haviavors and extehding you our cordial good wishos for the New Year 1903.' ing taught that scKool last year. visiting her sister, Miss Ernie. & We remain, very truly, Miss Thsuy Bryant is assisting in Mr. Matthew L. Gooch, aged 75, Y the post office at this place, J. C. and Mrs. Lewis, of Pulaski counts, $ head,-Ky- . McWhorter o templates moving to were married Wednesday, Jan. 4Jh, Jellico in the near future. He has at Bro, Martin Owens' by that old nice property on Stanford St gentleman, The marriage of Mr. which he wants to sell. Mrs. E. Willie Logsdon, a splctlcUd young Pleasant, a very successful teacher, man, and MissSalieTodd.a popu-la- r lady, botJj of this place, will be Wo have made prices tlmt will ho a big advertisement for opened a select sckoel oh last Mm-dasolemnised Wc4esd.ay afternoon. at ber home bear ike us, and will plense our customers if they grasp this opporGeorge Bronaugh is, assisting W. Jan. xith , at f Martiu.O'wens'. tunity First come, first served. ' M. Morris in the Crab Oretowd Their many fritjg extend to them hi hearty congratahglons in advance Seulah" Bauk. Miss K4wwte, Mrs. Nathap daughter of Geo. Edwards, of this of the happy place, and Stephen Wilbnra, of Cress' healthfefSnains obout the SUITS & QVERCOATS London, were married iu SUtprd and SHOES. onNew Years'" day!- Miss" Dove" The time of year having arrived, SacTTlrce Prices. at Sileraiul Mr. W Garner were mar- we hear of many intended migra.,, ried on the 7th. Robert Abrains tions this spring, to the States Lot A. An assorted lot containing out and Miss Stella Smith will be made Wes,t. Why is it that the Western heavy, part wool, part cotton. at Mr. D. J. Smiths'. States are so attractive ,tomonypqf Mens boots that wero' formerly one ILL pay 3 per cent, interest on nil deposits of W0 or. Mens Suits, sold by most mer May years of uuallayed bliss be the oui!bcstpitikeut.? The soil, genchants at from $3 to $7 Clear- sold at .2.00 to 2.50. Will bo lot of each more, when left with the bank si ml not checked upon" erally speaking, is more fertile ance price 2.73. ncrificcd at l.4."i.On)i,S-oivkHT). Jfoax ha's a pos'tton in the for n period of six months. Wo have absolutely a" bi gl'ir thau ours we must admit,' but the SI Jr? ni revenue office at Louisville. Miss success of the western farmer does dozen Come now. JjUb u. .imiMUll wiiiii ...,,.:.., (i ' k i and fire proof screw door safe. & Mollie Filman, of Parksvilje, is "not depend entirely on LvqrydaHrjrSmd, with a neat Ml' the fertilitjj visiting Mrs. Kittle King. We solicit a pari of your business. Make- the ban '.olive chock, Jieavy weigh!, mado We havo every variety of Shoos ol tlie boil, as some seem to think, ,mbv 'Monarch Tailoring Co.. of but upon the methods .adopted iu CitAMnnRLAiN's Cough Rkmhdy your home whfii in Hro'dhend, Ky. Real wholesale for Ladies Children, Men and Cincinnati, 0 seed .selection and proper cultivaAbsolutklv Hakmlhss. price Boys too many hinds to devaluo, $3.30 Cloaranco The fault of giving children medi- tion. The time is fast approach $3 00. ' cine containing injurious substan- - ing when the intensive met Jod of scribe hero all will bo sold at ces, is sometimes more duabtrous forming will supercede our present vJ Lot fl. A special lot of Mons prices lower than ever before, to than the disease from which they methods of farming; 111 S3 beautiful Cordti'oy Suits, get ready for tho largest and are suffering. livery mother should deed, it has come already to our made, round corner, ik" most complete stock of Spring know that Chamberlain's Cough western neighbors, who pructice ftinglobreasted coat. Comequiclr, methods, that appear to some of us w Rockcastle Remedy is perfectly safe for we havo only a few lot and will poods ever brought to take. It contains nothing silly and uot worthy of consideranever be able to duplicate them county. harmful and for coughs, colds and tion. The manner of selecting and at tliis price. $5.75 'croup is unsurpased. For sale at preparing feed corn is now engaging the attention of the western Chas. C. Davis' drugstore. SPEAK ABOUT 4. Extra fine Navy blue flanLot At Marlborough house the plate-roo- farmer more than anything ehe nel (genuine Seater) bearing tho contains what is probably connected with the farmfsiuce corn label which guarantees it to bo. ., LKVKL (ill KEN the most valuable collection of has taken first place among the farmers who would like to in:rir. grain. NotMongago wheal the yield per acre of their roni FOR THK PAST YKAK. the best. treasures in any private house iu cereals Staplo as a gold dollar $5.75 We have a few Men's heavy England. was the king cereal, but now corn crop, should write Prof. P. 6. Hoi-deTh, room is under New year has come and euveb L weight Overcoats, black beavers ground and lighted by electricity, is far ahead with bright prospects I wish to thank Ames, Iowa, and request that ou for the oped the earth in the beautiful. and all wool cassimores. Our the walls being lined by bookcases of remaining so. Last year there gentleman to send tfi them bis bub pleasa'nt'relations which have Lot 5. 75 Suits oxtra line cassi-morJoiah Hasty, of Lancaster, Kays., existed between jus. Our former price on this lot, ran from containing many rare olume? pre- was produced in the Uuifed Sr&tes letin No. 77, explaining the method is speudmg the holidays with bis anil worsted, winter business dealings and the $1,087,46440 worth of corn and in detail. The bulletin, consisting parents, Mr.aud Mrs. Logan Hasty. sented to King lulward and the weights, made in neat and gen $r 00 to $10.00. courteous treajment exteudrd Prince of Wales from time to time, $325,611,373 worth of wheat, ac- of about sixty five pages, has many teel patterns, can give you most Our $10 Overcoats, Miss Maggie Hamlin has returnby you warrants the assertion r". forming a valuable library. "In big cording to the Crop Reporter for illustrations and teaches how any ed from Livingston, where she any size. Our formor prices on Slashed to $7.50 on my pait that my efforts to December. Iowa is said to have one, with ordinary ability, may beon theso wore $9 to $10 ."0. Wo Our $7.50 Coats, Slashed to $5 00 iron'cafes iu the center'bf the room spent the holidays with relatives PLEASE you hrtve been peris stored away a wonderful collec- been benefitted over arilillion dol- come a successful corn breeder. shall sacrifice them iu our Clear- Our $5.00 Coats, Slashed to $0.75 Jos. B. Brown, accompanied by A. fectly satisfactory, showing tion of gold and silver plate, in- lars the past year, by haying prac B. Stickley. of the K. U. at Lexance Sale at $7, 7.50 to $8.00 ticed in the past few years, the a splendid increase over 1903, cluding two enormous silver WABD ington, spent the holidays wjth his breeding of corn for seed. If our and to voice our sincere ' deAlexander parents. Ladies sire for a continuence- - in the Young III, of Russia to King Hdward, and farmers would only adopt some, Miss Sarah Walleu has grippe. Messrs. J. B. Brown and A. B. yes some ofthe V. Livesay and daughter, Miss future, .WE WISH YOU methods J. & Capes a priceless embossed gold shield, 14 to 10 years. ( of farming, the western States Losa, have been very sick with Stickley, Misses Kthel, Oja and RIGHT CORDIALLY. A which was a present to the soverAT A SACRIFICE. Our former price was $8.50, $4 50 would not attract so many of our fever, but are better at this writ- May Brown were the guests of Miss HAPPY NEW YEAR of eign from a number of Indian $5.00 and 0 00. We shall clean good citizens. bright promise, health, peace The farmers out ing. Owing to Miss Sarah Wal-le- Dora Hatcher New Years day.- -r few left were $3 to $3. princes. Just a them out in this Clearance Sale ut being sick, O. M. Walleu did Mr. Logston," of Quail, and Miss and plenty in abundant measWo lot them go in this sale at Curhd His Motiikr 01' Rhkuma- - Westread good farm literature from $2 50, $3.25 and $4.00. ure. In short, to extend the the agricultural journals, not news- not get to start to Texas 011 the Sallie Todd were married last TISM. Bro. Reuben Todd, of papers, and adopt all upto-dathand of honesty 4U1 as he intended, but will as soon week. "My mother has been a sufferer will preach for us this i'ear, with the firm resolution methods on their f.trm. Do not as she is able to go. Miss Cora Children'; Knee Pant uits for many years from. rheumatism," Rev. Jas. Cummins preached at on my part (and I trust alo understand me to say that the farm Barnett, who has be,eu visiting her says W. H. Howard of Husband, on yours) to let the new. year er should pot read newspapers, no, sister, Mrs. O. V, Wallen, returned Mt. Pleasant Sunday last. J, J. 8 to 15 years Pa. "At times she was unable to more closelyjcenient the bonds no, he should read at least two Jo Berea college lnday. Hack Towery is Mill improving iu health. Our Dollar Suits at .10 move at all, while at all times walkWade Browii, teacher at Rockj between us and. make and good newspapsrs; but he should Cress and Miss Luvina Bray were Jl!25 Suits at Our $1.00 ing was painful. I presented her read farm journals SHIRTS and SWEATERS. M. Our "i'7r Suits ut keep us better ,frieuds than to acntiaiut married at the home of Rev. O. M. Spring, closed his school Friday 1.25 with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain I A !.. n r.fi o.:-hira,cU wjth practical farming Wallen on Dectmibpr 24th. Rosco last, in fact, most of the schools ever before. 2.00 While they last, wo Slash them Tin m M.ilUOUlliSUIl 1UU1 r I n f aw n t a hhII it A 71 I ! r The With best wishes for all . Norton has gone to. Berea to attend near here have closed. 'Dress the little boys nicely an? to .45c. Don't miss this. she deeded. t was the most over the countv have do good things I am w school. wA ' hile this opportunity Watch our ad. for Bargains. It iui pain renever sue nau ever triea, manifested in nated institute week to teachers as Yours very truly, -the western States at in fact, she is never without it now jvill appear each weok. they consider that that week right 10 CORE A .COLD IN ORE DAT the present time, wbv shouMjBot J. FISIL and is at all times able to walk. An we investigate ly belongs lo the teachers, though Take Laxatuib Bromo the subject and pn5 occasional application of Pain Balm Tablets. All 'druggists refund our "assistant Supt.'' residing near ThLc tice it here on out: farms? :$ 1Ar.n Mn.n. fltA Mn!.. 41..& t. MB the money if it fails to cure. 'E, W. here has caused quite a coufusiou The last official act of ,Gov. ... Grove's signature is on each box. among the teachers, as he says Durbiu, of Indiana, was,topatol; more corn man our own and!) at dims. C. Davis' drugstore. they have not finished their schools' unconditionally the, Rev. Wijliaiji adopting the plan of selecting .arid and he is going to have them Hifislfaw, convicted of murdering f Nine thousand acres of coal lands preparing seed, corn that the wei j. The manwith the Cassie smile taught according to law, so I want m wasmngton county, Pa., chang- - ern farmer practices, there is his wife nine years ago at Winchesand Andy signature blew into our all the teachers to know who caused hands for a consideration of $3, reason way our state snouid nQ ter. The minister ws gtiwi'lusi sanctum last sight, He "buzzed" fe liberty Tuesday. ed all this trouble. 000,000, mike a better showin T aiuj left his "stinj,' WE MUST SELL $5 Of OH All OJ(CH qUAI(L ... ,f GOODS. pca90aGx 1905-Th- e Greaf Clearance Sate. IT is against our policy to carry merchandise ovetsfrom one seaso'n to another. We have made prices which will make the goods sell rapidly. We have paid no attention to cost or actual value. We have not waited as other merchants do, until the season is over, but have lowered prices when there is plenty of time to sellMens- Is Past and Gone r-r--- Old Year-190- 5 m "iVAi .. - $ 1905 Van-derpo- ol fto Tu, up - !. - juctie in fciyie, prices Lu ioi'U4 anu fvudiity. "Good Goods, Lowest Prices and Fair 'I-.4- mentto all." '.& &y 00-ct- p " 7.-- U r gk" ."$ fy n -. I J. THOS. CHERRY, .- rod y dejt Youths' BIG BARGAINS -BOOTS eft, CITIZENS BANK - . 1 - of Drodheaar ry, Shoe Department 3 " to-da- y to ncwly-wedded'coup- lc. 1 rJn .... ...i 1 1 H - I J. W. HUTCHESON, Cashier. old-tim- e tr chil-die- n 8 WE FORGOT TO iS8s&sEmssmEmsE:;;m k OVERCOATS s 4? Men's Suits Jackets -- n o $2.25. Eu-bank- e good-fellowsh- MENS and BOYS inizv Heavy -- -- 1 A M . trus-tees-a- ll wondqr,,,,, mtai n , " U. G. BAKER IVIt v: ,; 0; :: I - Qui-nin- k - J' iMing-ov -- Low Prices, 25-ct- 1 Vernon; Ky. S , s s V V, iv. Nt K- L - y K. . HIATT FntiAY, ftlHK 5a JaNi 13, 1905. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALURIG IIT. SOBSClUi'TION ONU YKAR I SHOES s a or Jesus Wins Iiis First Disciples Sunday School Lesson lor Jan. 15,1905 ) Wte&pc&ycg ' O Prepared by the "Highway and Byway" Preacher. ICepj I lebt, M03, by 1. M. 1 The Hustlinof Cash S5SS STORE, The Only Place To Buy Your $1.00 AT COST. m --i i Jiu I Advertising tates made known application We have a few dozen Ladies, Gents and Children's Shoes which will bo Bold at Cost Bargains. Come and examine stock. r.KSSON ver-e- f, (). TKXT -- John 11. K U: memory Joh (lul.KK.M i' .: TIMK.-Thc TKXT "Thou art the Ben cf 'Mini nit tv,j K'iib cf tarm A. C. H I Tin' pitiful sum of $8,ooo, was the verdict returned by the jury in damage suit at the Marcum-HarRiWinchester. By their verdict, the jury sajs tlai James Hargis aucl Ed Callahnirare responsible for the death of J It. Mnrcuin, who was a.ssJHsinled in broad, open da light, while standing in the front If guilty dflor of the court house. at all, and the jury by their verdict ay? they are, that jury can not claim ranch, credit for what it did $100,000, the amount asked for. instead oi the measley sum of $8 000. would have been a much more creditable und favorably received verdict. Jietwceu the assassin and conspirator there is no difference and the gallows is the just reward s HIATT. KENTUCKY. A C HIATT & ATT, e to ncpr.i! In nf.'r the John of tl.o ilictaUor. from .If tunnlcm and it nllur John l.n& olntcJ out J CPUS as the "I.nmb of Clod." I'l. V('K I'rotr.Mj tl'f "' !" that ft vlt ii'i .I1M1 S . f '"rit f v 3 - Scelr.it Jesus. vs 3J. 36. SE2 OUR LINE the murder of his sister, Kliziheth tl) contracts. Waiting v. 33. U) My Wntihlng. v. 2. Gillespie. He was taken to the Joseph W. Folk was Inaugurated My TestlfjIiiK. v. K. ' 11. Ko.lotvlng Jrsus. s His mes- penitentiary at Michigan City. Governor of Missouri. (I) The) Heard - !T sage to the General Assembly dealt Judge Stout, of the Stale Fiscal 12) Thf l!rc id - v. i. v. !S. (!) They Were Obi.ered.-largely with the evils ol corruption, Court, in h decision holds that the (4) The) Were Questloned.-- v. CI. (.) in public office. Election of United law appropriating $15,000 annually HI Tl ey Were lnvltcd.-- v. C5. Serving Jesus. vr (1) Uy Seeking Others. v. 41. States Senators by the people was to the Kentucky Livestock Breed(I) n Speaking of Jemix. v. 41. urged. ers' Association for conducting a C) Uy Urlnglng to Jesus.-- v. 4S. IV. Kound by Jesus, vs. The thirteen presidential electors State fair is unconstitutional and (1) Won to DhMp'.eshlp. r. 4!., ;) Put forKentucky metal Frankfort Mon- dismisses the petition to compel (?) The to Service. v. 45. Personal Testimony v. 43. (4) Question of an Honest Doubter. t. day to cast the vote of Kentucky Auditor Hager to draw a warrant 46. (t) A Simple Answer. v. 4S. for President. The law allows elec- - j fur the amount for both V Known by Jmus. 1. tors the same mileage and per diem A secret bull was issued by Pope (1) Th Hinrt Recall. v 47. bounda that are drawn by members of the Pius X relating to the claims of (1) The Position Seen.-- v. . IS. Tlie Nebraska-Missour- i Jesus.--VI. Kncournged j y line question is still the com General Assembly. Austria, France and Spain as to (1) Tho Testimony of Kaith -- v. !;. W The. newnrd of Kaltr.-- A Promise ot jianion of the query as to who their right to veto the election of a Larger llevelatlon. v. fin. The formal resignation of (a) A Vision of liearn.-- v. ;t, struck Hilly Patterson. The United Fairbanks as United ctrdiual to the papacy. The bull (t) A Vision of Ange.s-- v, 11. KY. (e A Vision of Christ's Ulcry. v. M. States Supreme Court decided the States Senator was sent by Gov. will not be made public until after comparing Scripture with Scriiyiuic. other day that it is not where the Ilunlv to the Indiana Legislature. the death of the pontiff, when it C$DC$ncr& C&ycLXC$ I. Seeing Je3us. (1) by Wattiug. v. Missouri is but where it used 1ob 27:14; 62:5; l.M:5, C. The wult-a- g It takes effect at the close of the will become a part of the constitu not taking into consideration that Christian shall seo Christ. I His suc- tion in the conclave to elect Congress. Robert Cox .hess. 1:10; 2 Thess. 8:3. the onh thing more difficult than cessor, James A. Hemenway, will (2) By Watching, v. 36. 1 Tlieas. where it used to be, is to be elected January to know Commanded :C; Pet. 4:7; Col. 4:2. 17. SPEEDY RELIEF. 22 itujli heading bolts at all points find out where it is going to be. Injunction. iy Jesus an It is not believed iu WashingTO A salve that heals without a scar latt. 21:42; 25:13; Ml;. 13:04:37; l.uU on the K. C. and K. D. divisions ol Mr. Ciiadwick is rather hesi ton that an extra session will be is DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve. .1:3C. the L. & N Railroad in Rockcastle Zech. county. (3) Uy Teatlylng, v. 30. tuiing in his expressions of belief called for next spring. The Presi-den- No remedy effects such speedy Will receive same :lfi; Matt. 10:27; Am IS:!); Titus iu the opin this can Is in his wife's honefcty. while emphatic wagon load; all other points, It draws out inflamatiou, .:1. 15; '4i:10; Acts 1:3. John's faith-j- l t ion .in mere passion fc the naked iuii that the tariff should be revised, soothes, cools and The venr 190-- u II "'on tli u of tin- iust ntid Will pay $5 per testimony won two disciples lor car load lots. heals all cuts, truth?. If the former, it might be is not insisting strongly on an ex- bums and bruises. A sure cure for Jesus at once. Pro v. 23:11; Prov. 15. cord to our fried n Is untl customers, who luve yhen na such 3; Is. 50: t. yvell'to remind him that the world tra session, aud the plan is opposed piles and skin diseases. Also all the socond growth white DeWitt's (1) They II. Following Je3us. . - a liberal portion of their patronage, we wish it iiever goes back on a man for stand- iy a majority ot me KepuDiiean is lh. only gem,ine witch Hazei Heard, V, C7. The first step In follow-.n- oak butts 30 inches long, 8 inches to extent! c Jeeits Is to hear the inetisage. "A and over in diameter. ing by his wife. Witness the sales leaders in the House and Senate, j salvei jjeware ot counterfeits, they our thanks'. .vise man will hear." Prov. 1:5; la, of Kgerton .Castle's last novel in LUMBER CO. J Frank Hanlv was sworn in as 'are dangerous. Sold by Mt. Ver- 55:3; Jag. 1:19. We t.ti commanded to CRANOR-SMITwhich a neglected husband pays Governor of Indiana and Hugh T. tion Drug Co. The year 1905 is almost upon us and this wo liopo C. Smith, Gen. Mngr' dec 9 3m Ii. iear Jesua. Matt. 17:3; Is. G:0, 10. (2) They Heeded, v. 37. This Ii his wife's gambling debts. Miller as Lieutenant Governor. In to make our banner year, and if good yoods. low prices g' Renewed interest lias been awakthe second step, and Is proof of thn BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS His message to the Legislature Gov ened in the question of a permaa, They went Ps: 119:9. learlnR. A bill bus been introduced in the and honest dealing will accomplish our aim, we have "DeWitt's is the only genuine Hanly said that his administration nent State fair for Kentucky, and once. i'D. 93:S; 2 Cor. :2; Hell. 2:3. House of Representatives piovid- would (3) They Wore Obaerved, v. CS. Salve' writes . L. Witch Hazel be marked by "strict, but it is said that efforts will be made no doubt but that our efforts will be crowned with suc Lule 15:20; John 0:37; Isa.63:7. in? the whipniuE post for wite beat Tucker, of Ceutre, Ala. "I have An additional to organize a corporation with its sane economy." (4) Thoy Were Questioned, v. 3S. in the..Dstrict of Columbia. It hospital for cess. Yours for husinsss, the insane, to cost location usxington as the most 'What seel: c?" is, u qiiLStlou Jesui used it in rav family for piles cuts is likely to pass There recommended; general javailabIe aild convenient location always asks. prompt arc unworthy and burns for years and can recom.lot resist the inclination to ouo to tnek uotives that be the best Silve on the 01 me prison coutraci for M,ci, an institution. This r Jesus, sometimes. John 6:20; Mk. S: mend it to their wives will have to go across aoousnmeiu system is urged; also a statute aisnt originates from, the decision 12. Bat he never turns one n.vay em.i. market. Every family hhould keep p.ono No. GO. Mt. Vernon. Ky the line to Virgiuia or Maryland forbiddiug all State, county and it, as it is an invaluable household m Lf Judge R- - U Stout declaring the y.(5) Heb. 11:6. They Were Invited to "Coma before they may indulge in it. Robert Cox Mf) municipal officials from accepting appropriation made by the Ltgisla and See." v. 39. Jesus' Invitation i remedy, and should always be kept Why not make it good for the on hand for imuitdiate use." Mrs. passes from railroads, telegraph or ture" j the sum of $i5-0ofor the always full and free. Matt. 11:2S. whole country? III. Serving Jesus. What a hermon Samuel Gage, of North Biisli,.MItf)ltmiUIMII1tlltl1tlimiltllWfHnifH express companies. (payment of premiums, mill and .here is In these verses 40 to 125 '' ' ' '1!? Thirty-scveyears of experi-eucThe joint session of the Colorado! void. The cafe will be taken to 5avcd to servo. We. may best serve (li N. Y.. savs: "I had a lever sore ' for twelve years that S lot nlone in the war but iu Legislature declared Alva Adams, the Court of Appeals and if that Dy feekln? others. Prov. 11:30; Jaa. n niv ankle AlljS: lie doctors could not cure. the grave disasters during peace democrat, Governor.elect of Colo tribunal sustains the decision of 3:20; Matt. 6:19 1 Cor. 9:20-2(2) By Speaking for Jesus, v. 41. salves and blood remedies proved organiza- rado. Gov. Peabody was deserted Judge Stout, no further efforts, it is have made the Red Cross Matt. 27; 19,20; Acts 1:8; Matt. 10:22. for tion of Russia the most complete by corporation influences aftr he said, will be made by the Kentucky (3) By Bringing to Jes.ts. He worthless. I could not walk Finally I was per During the war con- bad acceded to't heir requests by ap Breeders' Association, which has oroupht him to Jesus, v. 42. Com- over two yeais. iu the world. 19. uaded to try DeWitt's Witch Hazel , tributions to the society have reach- pointing two Republicans as Judges heretofore had charge of the State mendable zeal. by Luko 5: IS, IV. Kound Jesufe. (1) Won to Salve, which has completely cured lS ed the sum of $5,000,000. of the Supreme Court. He an fair to obtain any further conces- Dlsclpleshlp, v. 1.1. Jesnu came Into the world to seek and to tavc the lost. me. It is a wonderful relief." De- ' nounccd that he would not make a sions from the Legislature. His message to every soul Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cure Hon. G. G. GimiUrt, CongressAdams was inaugurated contest. hi "Follow mo."- - Matt 16:24; l.nl; man from the Eighth district, will .vithout leaving a scar. Sold bj !S A motion for a new trial as to 14:2. Tuesday. The Supreme Court or' enter the next race for Governor of dered the election commissioners of Alex. Hargis and 13. F. French was (2) Put to Service. "Philip M t Vernon Drug Co. liy trading with Jonas Mclvenzie, who always ea-rKentucky. We know not what othNathaniel." v. 45, Matt. 9:37,35; Denver to surrender the ballot filed by Mrs. Abrelia Mnrcuin at John 4:35,36; Phil. 2:13, Clothing, ers may viy, but S. W. Hager is lriCSnfn11 an(looml)loto K"0 boxes in their possession to the Winchester Thursday, the ground CI) Tho Personal Testimony. "We OO f 1 A Clft F good enough for us. Shoes and Groceries. w l.nvoin P.1b.aa V4I1W "? legislative committee of fifteen ap- being that the exoneration was not !iae found Him," v. 45. John 9:25; ' according to the law and evidence. Aets 1:20. pointed to canvass the vote. (4) Question of an Honest Doubter. rrtities, and when you trade With us remember yon jil- Japau and Russia are proving The defendants, James Hargis and "Can any,, poad thing- cotue out of the truth of Geo. Elliots sayings, NEWS ITEMS gways get the best. Ed Callahan, also filed grounds for X.uareth?" v. 46. Hod Is alwa)a Respectfully, that ''having to meet a man you jalleging that the court ready to answer and satisfy the honest in now trial, scefcer after 'truth. Matt. 7:7,8. Public bequest is to be made of dislike is not observed always to had erred in numerous inytaucts (5) A Simple Answer, "Come and the rare musical library of the late end iu a mutual attachment, HIMione No. 83- Mt. Vernon, Ky. The lattar also filed a supersedeas See." v. 46. The settlement of all Theodore Thomas. Mr?. Cbadwick says it will take bond for $ro,ooo, in order that an doubts will be speedily found If (he doubter wjlldo as Nathaniel did: Go A Chinaman was hanged in the months for lier to tell her story. appeal may ue taueu, siicukl the and see Jesus. Ps, 34:$. ?aiUmUIU!UIUIUUUmuiitUJUIHiUlU!UHtUI!liU!!UiUUIiK peniteiitiaty at Elsom, Cal., for the new trial be refused. S, he has her graft eye out for the V. Knovyn to Jesus. (1) The Heart Free RecliningChairCars murder of another Chinaman. HoMled. Man cannot know his own editors now. heart, but God knows man perfectly. on all trains between DOMESTIC TROUBLES. Five hundred Japanese held n Ps. 41:31: 04:11; Acts 15:8. Colorado is determined to have mass meeting in New York Itis exceptional to find a family to cele(2) The Position Seen. When wa 15 but one Governor though it would brate the fall of Port Arthur. where there are no domestic rup- think our way Is concealed, God's eye n take a; least two to keep peace in Is upon us. Ps. 139: Jer. 16:17; William Spencer, a mulatto mur- tures occasionally, but these can be Zech. 4:10, taut State. I I derer, was put to death in the elec- lessened by having Dr. King's New VI. Knr,ourageil by Jesus. (1) Ths Dife Pills around. Much trouble Testimony of Faith, v. 49, cf. the testiin Sing Sing prison. POLITICS AND POLITICIANS tric chair they save by' their great work in mony of Peter. Matt. 16:16,17. COLONIST and In the anthracite regions of (2) Tim leeward of Faith: Ky. I I Frank Hauly was inaugurated and Liver troubles. They ise n! Larger llevelatlon, v. 50, A PromJ. during 1904, 564 miners stomach Faith's HOME SEEKERS' RATES to Governor of Indiaua Monday. no only relieve you, but cure. rowaid Is always found In deeper, fullwere killed, leaving 272 widows. SOUTHWEST Sold at 25c at the Mt. Vernon Drug er tp rleneos of God's grace and truth tiiu WEST against elecMore indictments -- COMPLETE LIN- EX I Corx:: 9, 10. A gale which attained a velocity Co's. store. officials have been quashed at tion "Thou art" the Son of God, Thou art of eight miles swept the New EnIf you contemplate a trip or Collins, Caskets and Robes. Denver. the King cf Israel." Faith suddenly a change of location in the near fuADJOINING COUNTIES gland coast. Two schooners were All Mail, Telegraph or T;le- sprung up within Nathaniel's heart aa The Hon. W. J. llryan was the driven nshore aud the first HENDERSON male of he jlelfied to the leading and convlctlrn ture, "Get the 1 phono orders Promptly guest of honor at a banquet given one was drowned. Squire Jerry H. Powell, one of of tho Holy Spirit, and gave utterance ROUTE HABIT." & by the Jackson Club, of Memphis. wealthiest citizens of Richmond, to this noble testimony. The heart led Filled The lioness and male baby which the It is the comfokt MNK, andal-a the head, and is the safer guide, "for Ky., is dead. Representative Ollie James, of formed a train in traveling is Ytith tin. heart manbcile'.cthuutcrlght-eousnetK,- " comfortable pari of King Meuelik's the First Kentucky district, made recent gift to President Roosevelt, Hor this testimony must ways a good habit to acquiie. 7 have cheered and comforted Jesus' heart. the positive announcement that he died in the National Zoological At least give us us the opportuHow It must havfl enlareed the spirit- nity of naming your rates. We will not m a candidate against Park iu Washington. ual perceptions and strengthened have the equipment, the train servSeuator Blackburn. j OF if you believe In Jetus ice, the fiee chair cars and the VERNON, The mail car of an Atlantic Coast tell Him o. It will strengthen the bond Iu his message to the Legisla- Line train was robbed near Montdo you want? Unking you to Jesus, and enlarge tut rates. What more KY. GKO. I. GAKRRTT. ture Gov Duibin dec'ares that cor- gomery, Ala., by a lone bandit, borders uf your spiritual lift. -- OPENED 1900. Trav. Pas'ngr Agt. ruption iu elections in Indiana is who escaped. A railway mail clerk notorious, find he recommends the h. J. IRWIN, (Andrew Carnegie gave $ioo,ooo was shot iu the hand, Agl. Gen. CAPITAL STOCK, (I Doesn't Scare Folks enactment of a law which will pun16,000 to Tult's College at Medford, Mass. A tidal fijod did enormous dam"HENDERSON ROUTE" ish the vote buyer as well as the to he told the truth about "or the erection of a college library. age to property on the east coast of I.ouisviu.it, Kv. C C. WILLIAMS, Prhs. vote seller-Ai- t JAS. T. ADAMS, Vick-Pijk- s England. Hundreds of homes were W L. RICHARDS, Casuihr, A. B. FURNISH, Asst, Cash important conference of Re- flooded, sea walls were washed Geo. Ltvesay, A. T. Fish. publican leaders fiom Kentucky is away and beach gardens swept VEGETABLE SICILIAN S. HDIRECTORS. C. C Williams A W The coffees are those Martin, Rod Perry, J. E. Houk. The bare. that hide undera glaring of factory bstngheld iu Washington We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. eggs, glue and audi stuff. Caretulatten Hon. JohnW. Verkes ispreMding "" &' " tion is given collections entrusted to us. The jury brought in a verd'et of Lion Coffea N pnro, whoWm, keep your gray hair, ir not, uoKiuzeil, rlcETn llator ami uniform jtndthe cbject is to come to an Is it true you want to look old ? Then Our friends aud patrous are iuvited to call when In town ' u,c ,or The !.1 4U,ur itaM Ihen use Hall's Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich Color agreement as to Federal patronage ueaiu EUone No, 55. SSmH iol&y. ",WW charged with killing William Moore of earlv life restored to vour hair. in Ke,ntujr,ky. mi wwT WWWHW PHCTWWI in a saloon at Lexington. 1.11 VM -- Congressman Sherley introduced more negroes will be tried on the a bill for the construction of a dam same charge. revolutions 6f tl.eC'hilst toenccur- Sentence was passed on James on the Ohio river at Louisville. u;t' ariu Htrengthen ourfal.li The amount called for in the bill is Gillespie, who was given a life Iho Lesson Outline. Jenio. $250,000 in cash and $526,000 in sentence at Rising Sun, Ind., for TIIK.MK.-1'hHl- lrB A ItKMIXDErt Again !'. us repeat John 3):3t. l.rvplns U In mind as wo Htuily'nnd (v. 41) it nil tmch the tcdson. If AndirI'hUlp (v. 5) and Nuthnnlcl tv. 49) couid ya readily cccept and In the Christ how teady vc ouhl to le to lecctte and.hWIevc tu Him, with l,fWearsof mar-eto-ui l.'!.HOn. Black Crow Hdse. L H.DAVIS, BARGAINS BARGAINS. , Here is where you can always Look for BARGAINS. 1 t. :3.-- Ps. .XDGXDX WANTED! D3Xy '$ I LIVINGSTON, $ Fifty-eight- 01 CUSTOMERS. l.i-.- U f. Prod-head- , 32-f- t. ... -- I g - H 0 - aiidureir-tvho-CfliLr:"- "" ,00 e T 111 move-labo- 9 ROBT. COX, ''' j eiioi0i ' J I Gel Your I jr Money's Worfh Dry-Good- rind-et- h "mfn J rf lBootg F " - in TRAVEL Means invu ,.... g 3 The Henderson Route I jonas Mckenzie, j h 3 LOUISVILLE, Kentucky Points and ST. LOUIS. A-n ! v D.DCCXX JOCeDoCLcSeOrC; GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER tj Penn-sjlvan- iu Brodhead, $$yc$3c$x I I 1 THE BINK fit MT VERNON, ,1 Lion Coffee scare-croA'."-'"- " I III IVW - '" "-- T' "' AL Ju AM Hair Renewer BnttURftRP,J' ir . C. & M Ml". vlRNO.N SIGNAL J ( have received January draft. O M. MALLARD. Stipt. i 1 u- "J - i t y We will mure than likely libve a and the probability of other ra llier large realestate deal to a being drlllwl whiclMvill pro- MtVkh.von, Ky., jan, is, ioob ' Rev. Odor has been called by the ironicle in our next issue. fc duce many barrels f.nl ilaiU, During ihe j ear just ended there h. II. Oliphanv United States Christian church for this year. Q Cull up "N.i. whenrFfl were 3,787 persons killed and 57,- - Geologist, in his recent report T he Royal Arch Chapter MS cut with HIONAU states, in substance, that Kentucky arranged for a big blow out at their 343 injured in railroad accidents in is undoubtedly the coming oil field the United States. regular meeting night in March. of the worldvand it is to Kentucky A special session of the General Uroughton. Hamm & Sayers Assembly ot Kentucky was con- that the world will haVeto'look in have moved their siw mill from vened yesterday, the sole purpose the future (or its supply ofbigi -the II: mm laim UiiheSajers tract. And it is of which will be to decide on the gjadn illumiuilmg oil I w-jl- tl, $P& I v J -- ' m Z x- -- v -- - - To The Bottdini N VULL M , 4-- V f V, Sa ft w -- ' IOUIBVLIC & NAtHVIllt fl R CO TIME TABLE. 4 26 23 25 north north south Smith T'as. 12.06 2:57 1:29 pra am pm i:ioatn Landrum, Agent. Kj Cit-- c Phone No. 58. SttirttUltt. Vrrtti, hi mill mxttr PR US ON A I, Burdette McKeu.ie is threatened with fever. G C. Sowder is here from Indi ana visiting relatives. Elbert Hansel, aftor a lay off of five mouths, has returned to work. v t m. m fc-d- f f s '1 Sambrook spent several days, last E. C. Menifee has moved in G. S. week, shopping in Cincinnati. Rev. B. S Davanlt, who is Griffin's house recently vacated by Miss Cora Adams spent several claiming some distinction of late as Oscai Bostic. days with friends in Mt. Vernon a weather prophet, says there ru!l S. J. Conn is here yisiting his last week. H. J. and T. D. be seventeen snows in all to fall mother Mrs. Conn, and sister, Mrs this were both visitors at the home winter and that we have alJ. W. Brown. of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adams this ready had eight of thi in. Of course week. Dispatcher Lemous and G Lytle Adams has returned to St. there are nine vet to come. D. Cook have beeu on the sick list Louis to resume his studies in the The price of the Signal is $1.00 for a few days. Mrs. Emly Mul dental school. per car, except to ministers and H113 is dangerously ill at her home Rev. and Mrs. Baxter arrived rate. No out in the country. Mrs. W. W. Saturday and have taken rooms at widows, we give a cut will be made from the above Wright and children visited relaWillis Adams'. rate and please do not ask us. If tives at Parksville. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Martha Lewis has been very a paper is not worth $1.00 per A. N. Bentley are making an exsick for several days, but some betear it is not worth taking at any tended visit with relatives in Lebater at this time. price. non Junction, Louisville, FrankR. L Smith, one of the county's fort and Graftonsburg. Mesdames The work on the lime kiln of the best and most substantial citizens Libbie Rice and F. P. Gates are on Rockcastie Lime & Gas Co., has was here Monday. the sick list. Little Laura Anna been delayed in securing specificaHon. W.A. B.Davis left Wednes Taylor has been visiting her grandtion?, etc., but the same have been day for Frankfort to be present at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall arranged for through some New the call session of the Legislature. YorL parties and it is hoped 0vens--, at Maretburs. that George Smith, of the Oak Hill ihe work of erectinfc the kiln will Mrs. Will Burnes entertained the section, got his ankle broken last be rmdy to start at an early date. young folks with a social one evenThursday by a horse falling on him ing last week. Fiu Davls.'of Paint There were forty-sitickets sold W.T. French and little daughter at. this place to Lick, was the guest of Harry Lee, St. Louis during the Miss Fanny, have been visiting Mr Sunday Mrs. Ed Shea is visiting A'orld s Fair and about one hunHenry Catron and family this her mother, Mrs P, J. Weddel at dred 111 all from the county. In Allen, son of Albert A! every instance these tickets were Recent Developments Cleveland, Ohio. '" Mr. Shea was called there Wednesday, on ac leu, who is a conductor on a street calkd for via the Henderson Route 1 In Rockcastle count of the serious illness of Mrs. car iirCincinnati, is at home for a from Louisville to St. Louis Agent Shea Mrs. Sam McClure' of ft w days. J. A. Landrum commenting upon Snider, has beeu the guest of Men , (Miss Sarah Wallin is ery low this fact a few dajs since, said: INDICATE FUTURE PROS dames. Collier and SahWiNIrs. PERITV AND WEALTH She was pre "The ad. carried by the Signal for E. Fishback, Ben and Eugen ft 're THIS COUNTY? to go to Texas for. her health the Henderson Route people evi paring turned home Saturday, after a visit dently djrtu," tn taken worse. Tales of hidden treasures have with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Kiue. in f Mr. Chris Kruger, of LaFayette The following weather forecast been related around the fire-il- e Lincoln county. Miss Mattie nd , is here on a.visit to his broth by Rev. lrl R Hicks: ''For today who is teaching at Hanssince the earlvdavs of the oioneer er, "Fritz- Krucge'r. Mr. Krueger continuing until the 16th, blizzard-ou- s aud many remember the fabulous ' ford- sPent a ,ew o( tlle holidays was hereeighf jears ago. conditions will prevail in the stories of the gold seekers of '49. 'with her sisters, Mrs. W. J.'Chil-- I Atty B J. Bethurum has been northwest, and low barometer in However, until recently very little dress and Miss Georgia McFerron. serving as Commonwealth's Attor- the south will probably bring a sudMessis Ed Woodall, Bert White attention has been given to the deney, in J. N. Sharp's place, at den cold wave of marked intensity head and W. J. Childress were velopment of the mineral resources Williamsburg this week extending far into the South. F'rom of Kentucky. The cause for this hunting near Maretburg, Monday. Mrs. E, S. Elmore entertained a vMrs. H. C. Gentry will return the 16th to the 20th tie we titer is, in all probability, due to the from St. Louis in the next few da)s will be threatening and irregular. luxuriaut production of the soil few friends Thursday, Jan. 5th, in She has been there for over two The storm period extending from which has amply met all the re. honor of the 15th birthday anniJanuary 20th to 26th is one of the quirements of the citizents. months visiting her son Jim. But versary of her sou, Lewis Elmoie, longest and most severe of the recent developments and prospect-- i Geo. McCarthy and family have winter, beginning with rains aud ig work are lapidly increasing moved in the cottage just completed LOCAL followed quickly with destructive the value of the rugged hills of by J. T. Chewning. Mrs Lou The hogs! hogs! hogs! will br sleets in the northern sections and Rockcastle, and should Ella Jarrett Cooper, wife of Jas. F. future the many times repeated exclama- - heavy snows in the central vallcjs continue to bring encour- Cooper, died at her home Friday "tion. Dangerous blizzuds are apt to aging results, this county should morning Jan. 6th, of consumption arise in the northwest and bring rank among the wealthiest of the Mrs, Cooper was well known here The Baptist church will have 0 intense cold to other sections. The Blue Grass State. and was of a lovely christian chart meeting at an early date to take cold will continue until the 26th It has long been known that pe- acter and disposition. Her death some .staps toward calling a pastor when the barometer will fall on troleum or crude oil exists in litis was unusually sad and she had been Henry Catron had a fine horse to the 28th aud 29 h. The mouth county,-bnot until the past few married but &eveu months. She break his neck a few days since. will end with geueral high barome- months has any effort" been put wag the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Mr. Catron had just refused$i3o,oo ter and clear cold weather." forth to ascertain the quantity, or John Jarrett, of Brodhead, where for him. The Citizen's Bank of Brodhead the possible development othe oil the remains were taken for burial. The following announcement made its formal opening Saturday, field. The New Domafy Oil Com- The parents and husband have the under the mosf auspiciour. circum- pany, (a producing branch of the sympathy of all in their sad afflicwas received here this week: Mesdames. George Reynolds Mr. and Mrs William J. New- - stances. Every indication points Standard), drilled several wells in tion. aud George Cook and Misses Lida announce the marriage of to a great success for the institu- this county last year; the results their daughter, Pansy Belle, and tion. Conveniently located in their of which were undoubtedly satis- Cook and Nora Hajes, were among Hicks on Wednesday new brick structure, supplied with factory to that company, as it con- those who attended the burial at Mr. Willi) furniture, tinues to pay rentals aud hold all Brodhead. Hhe 4th of January 1905, Blueheld, modern aud protected by u thoroughly burglar the leases which it controls in this Vest Va. ,.AW and fireproof safe and managed by vicinity. Hog. Came to my borne, thoroughly "Stray competent and safe The Rockcastle Development near Orlando, a large sow, weight business men the bank can most Company has completed two wells s blacK and white assuredly be , aboht regarded as a very which demonstrate beyond quesin spotted. Marked, swallow-forgreat acquisition to that thriving tion that this is an oil and gas proHave sold the hog to town in which it is located as well ducing teritory. left ear. The No. 1 well Jasper Owens; if no one claims, pays as the county in general. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral The is said to be the strongest natural quiets tickling throats, hacK damages and proves the ownership Cashier, Mr. J. W. Hutcheson, gas producing well in the State. ing coughs, pain in the lungs, W. H. RE AMES, of same. comes from the good couuty of When uncapped and gas escaping It relieves congestion, suo- Orltmdo, Ky. jan J3-Mercer and brings with him a through the 6 casing the bla?e splendid recommendation from leaps to the height of eighteen to ' ' NOTICE, those with whom he lias been as- twenty feet. The No. 3 well has a 13 am very thankful to my friends sociated, for bis integrity and nice little flow of gas, v hich could I splendid business qualities. 'The be greatly increased with a small . and customers for their liberal pat dues inflammation. It heals, President, Mr. J. Thos. Cherry, the shot, but the oil which shows up strengthens. Your doctor will ' fonage for the past year and hope Mr. in this well is of more importace explain this to you. He knows you may cortinue with me in the 1st, aud 2nd. R. H. Ham and Dr. Percy Beuton; than the gas. This well, if jihot all about this cough medicine. a future, if.agreeable with you. but ' Wo dare uil Ayer"! Cherry I'eetoral In with a large number of Directors, and put in the proper condition, our foully for '3 jnn for tliroM nd lunv in order tenablc rae to accommo triuble kihI w think ua medicine equnl. It." you owe are all Rockcastle men of high should produce from eight to ten Ml: A. I'oherot. Appletoo, Jllna. dnti. vmi iiifthe future if .r.c. AYUCO In this con- - barrels of oil per day. However iir.btv..tUK. Alt ilrurpl-li- . irie anvthine olease call in and. set- - honor and standing .. for Lowell, fnlf. , Umpnts ma ice lone necuuu vc wish to call attention greater significance should be Mo. ci.n.i , I'Vi hJMUll o fc,v. also to the advertisement of this given this well on account of the nnenus, Kcspecuuiiy, "".l ,nJPIL'CM71I?. bank which appears elsewhere in, fact that it conclusively proves the JUlNrtO iviv.tviiiw-existence ofoilin paying quantL yr' rillt. greatly aM raeavery. Mt. Vernou, Kv. this issueit) uroiy ent. so-cex confidently believed that RocLcas-tiNo late developments from the site of the new capitol building. will produce more than her progold fields, except that the prosRiisir.NRD. For once again the portional amount. pecting continue' and the showings town of Mt. Vernon is without any are very encouraging. LI V1N(JST0 sort of board of trustees, each of The six-- j ear-olchild of Thos the members bavin? reiirned W. C. Mullius is in La Fo'lette Clifford, of near Orlando, fell in the 'Whether Mt. Vernon shall ever fire, burning its face very seriously.' have n successfully run coroora - t t,,,s week. Sam Magce Was in There is considerable doubt as to tion is a nuestion to be solved in 'Cincinnati a few days last week. its recovery. the future. The business and moi-a- l Mr. and Mrs R. C. Wade spent the' interests of the town demand a holidays with relatives in Boyle F. L- - Thompson is again the county. Miss Fishback and possessor of the restaurant in the good live corporation, but the sister, little Ada King, have been seems to prevail among basement of old brick hotel having very sick this week. Master Walpurchased Mr. CM. Cummins' in many of its citizens "Just let h'.r ter Browning is visiting his grand wag, I'll stay here as I0112 as any terest there. ...... mother, Mrs. Kate Magee, at Crab rr. vt nf llio U' Thq Collegiate Institute opened much that the serious jtondition of Orchaul. Miss Alhe Fowler, of Monday, after the holiday vacation, affairs, warrant the unpleasant Berea is the guest of her parents, with a very great increase in at- reference to them. Wjhat has been Mr. and Mrs Jno. .Fowler. Mrs. tendance. Never in the history of the real experience of all former John Ireland returned home from the school has it been in a more boards, wear'c unableto say, but Paris Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. flourishing condition than at pres- for the one just resigned the wri- Jacob Sambrook and Miss Lela e d ft IJ.lt order to make room for Spring! Goods we will make the following & sacrifice on winter goods: Men's heavy 4X) Cfe Men's $12 50 Overcoats, now $7 50 Men's 7 50 Overcoats, now 5 50 5 00 Overcoats, now Men's 3 75 1 200 prs Ladies and Gents1 Fine Shoes CRn U (M OC r? .., nrwki .. ., w v that WPrp &l 50 to $3 50 'MVII a .1111. J) .Ltl K A complete line of Clothing and Dry goods at the lowest prices. , ter having been oneof the unfortunate membersr-- it was a most unpleasant duty. Some few citizens of the town gave ytbeir assistance, others fought bitter end, while a good majority stood on middle ground,not miicli for and not much against it. When the board was appointed, the kickers began at onci; finding fault in different ways, and were encouraged by many of those whose entire interests are here, but the board believing that the corporation with any thing lik a fair showing, could be run successfully, gave no heed to their whims, but pressed forward, each day having a few new kickers added to the list. The conclusion to it all may be- - suined up in the following: Before a board ot trustees, who have always had to serve without pay aud verv little good will, ever accept and continue to hold until put into successful running order, there will have to be a more united tion on the part of the busiucss interests of the town. l I 1 ..-- - W.U w-w- .w.. 'to Mul-lin- s OLD IRON WANTED, WE 25-CT- S J PER 100-LB110111 S. airroaki,,g,l,ei,H have the Goods dt inillP .C3CXCC '&c&d$p The new governor of Missouri went to St. Louis some eight or ten years ago as a poor and friendless young man. Sixteen years ago, the next governor of Indiana was d'KR'Hg ditches at a dollar and a r .. t.ir a aay. iis ne two men who will t vik nan . W be elected seuators from Indiana this winter, were, a few years ago, $ aniftng the poorest of the poor, ft without money or influential back- & ing. Three young men, only thirty years old or thereabouts and with but little property, were elected to Congress in Illinois, iu November. If we hid the space we could men- l O tion thousands of otbeis now in high position on the railroad, man- t?- ufacturing, farming, ctcck raii aud other Hnesliltwhom-sUi-t.e'-u tronv twe,nty to thirty years ago. Still they tell us there is no chance now for the poor young man. We don't believe it. Har- - & rodsburg Herald. I . $3CPOfcp: Cassie L. Chns. .X$3d$3C&'$ 4T Chadwick's Tonic a 0. Davis 1 r Is now on the market in every loading inthe United States, and drimf-tov- co-ope- Chas. Ts C. Davis' line. Drugstore ' o tr" Si M week-Rober- the popular place for everything in the drug I IsrcSA' -- ' Tl-- Aveuiuiieb, ramifr MJ' L - Tll? KiiflriiiaiBacicflib ,'t!..1M-.'-- ' J flpR $ And a Complete Line of Toilet Goods. work Carefully Com-- I 23PRES(3RU,T10N pounded day or night. 71 - Mc-Ferro- n, - - - woottwooooooy use Boots CINCINNATI Marks &tix "" Shoes f 1 g (lM,onoNo..J.) ci.tiP - I - M Least War Best, 3lamn, - . E. C. B00Q5. Rubbers &$a$ac$&: TV OKAS. C. DAVS'S. 4- c. Davis z&xi&dii; WONDERFUL NERVE. Is displayed by many a man pains of accidental cuts, wounds, bruises, bums, scalds, sore feet or stiffjoints. But there s no need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve will kill the pain aud cure the trouble. It's the best salve on earth for piles, too. at the Mt. Vernon Drug Co'3. store. 25-cts., WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Mt. Vernon, Ky. lu- - ut HENRY WATTERSOH'S QrnMr wuix fnn1afQ v,vxxxpiv,uv, WW va ,.- T- r;g lurnish Metalic Caskets and lmvo nciaa :' 1INE HEARSE Attached. Can LETTERS FROM EUROPE Will Be n Leading: Feature ot Tho Courier-Journal Embalming done on short notice.' v.ume anu see ine, any tiling i nave not got can get lor you in that leave the city. ; BORDERS Phone No 63. by wire Promptly Filled During-190,- 5, There will bo many other attractive; Departments, all going to make" a Complete Newspaper. MAIL UATUS! Dally Courier-Journa- l, Dally and Sunday, Weekly, COUIUER-JOURNAL ATTENTION. f1 BY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM 1 : 80 t -- 175-lb- k Ayers Cherry Pectoral DR. S. C. DAVIS, Extra'.'1 COMPANY I.omsvi(4.K, KY. Dy a Special Aivfnigemcnt you on Ret the SIGNAL and the WKEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL You don't have to pay for a Proscription Special' Attention to Children. Tho Purest and Best Dniijfc only usod in my Practice I both quo yeai' for only - This Is lor cash mbscrlptlons only. All subscriptions under thin combinaWANTED. Industrious man or tion offer must bo nent through tho woman as permanent representao3Ico. SIGNAL tive of big manufacturing company, CURS FOR PILES. jA GUARANTEED to look alter its business in this $1.50. KILLthe and CURE the LUNGS couch ..-- 1 Weak Throats vrBmn, Kn"f - n-- jt f Ulcbing, blind, bleeding or protruding piles. Druggists refund Dioney if Pazo Ointment fails to w $any case, no matter of how in 6 to 14 days. application gives ease and Firsts retfsde. If your drvecibl hasn't v itfni'cl5o& in stamps aad it will be by, Paris Med. forwiwed lotig-staudink w post-pai- d WITH county and adjoiuing territory. Business successful and established Salary 20.00 weekly and expenses. Sala.y p ud weekly fioiu home of rONSUMPTION Price OUGHS and FOR 50ci$1.0n Expense maney advanced fice. Free Trial. ;olds Experience not essential. "Enclose ' Surest and Quickest Cure for all envelope. General j THROAT and JLVNQ TltOUtt- LE3, or HONEY BAOX Mauoger, Como Block, Chicago, III. Dr. King's New Discovery ! d rPvYI St- - Lotjia, Mo, V J W r imu;iyrriiitiii .imirri afcMat-nui),i rura uj 32cz NKWS ITEMS The approximate assessed valua tion of property in all the Southern States at the beginning of 1905 was reported by the Manufacturers' Rea gain cord to be of more than $930,000,-000- , over 1900 or an average gain of a year. The total v&lue of last year's cotton crop is placed at 00 Commissioner's Sale. v DISL'UTANTA. C. C. Williame, AT COST. IjSSj Hi b , ATTORNEY-AT-LA- A l xi 12 J se3 siiA a i ISTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST. y w 00 Suits, now $) 00. w 11 fo 00 Suits, now 8 00. so that wav. OVERCOATS :it col, ?G 00 oats for $4 00. Out- - $1 Suits of rmlenvear will go at 80 cts. from the 0th until the 13th. Regular ioc. Outing will be sold atOcts. from the (5th until the I3th; after uhich time it will be sold for lOcts. IN LADIES DRESS GOODS, wo have the Finest line of Winter goods ever brought to town have about 300 Suits that COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. L F. KRUEGER & SONS, Mt. P. S. Vernon, Kentucky. Circs Crip In Two Days. Watch this space for Snecial Bargains. To Cure a Cold in One Day a Tke Laxative MrOmO QUimne Tablets. m , This siomatnre. yvyWtfX tnu r ...r. ...- - fe . .M r nminn rIiatm - in tuist 12 months. -- - r OL w every DOX. 25c. ... i CONTRACT!'.!) ClIKONiC DlARR- - hoka Wiiii.k iv Pinuri'iNits. "While with the U. S. Army in the Philippines, I contracted chronic diarrhoea. I suffered severely from this terrible disease for over three years and tried the prescriptions of numerous physicians, but found nothing that did uie any good until I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, two small bottles of which entirely cured me and I have since hid no return of the disease." Herman Stein, 212 N. Union Ave., Pueblo, Colorado. PorsaleatChas. C. Davis' drugstore. f Queen & Orescent Ibute, SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULE BETWEEN ROCKCASTLE CIRCUlt COURT. Wtlllo and Cyntha Wood, by J. C. Wood, (..uaiiUan, VlUi vs. Judgement John Jones, etc., Dofts. By virtue of a Judgment nnd order of snle of tho Rockcastle circuit court $230,-000,0at Its Decemlwr (apodal torra, ) 11)04, I will proceed to offer for sale- at public auction to tho highest bidder, I at tho front door of tho court house $565,000,000. In Mt. Vernon, Ky., on Monday the Among tlic most novel anil at- - 23rd day of.Tnn., 1IHW, fbohig the flrtt tractive articles in the exhibit of day of county court) between tho irni.ir.ln. at th World's I?nir in hours of I and a o'clock, 1). m. on 11 credit of six mnnthfl, Iwarlns 0 ncr bt. Loui was a nature alphabet, Interest from date, of sale until which was returned to Robert E. paid, the following dUerlbcd property Hughes, director of exhibits of the A tract of land located hi Ronlccng-tl- o Kentucky Commission. The alcounty, Ky., neai Pino HIU and phabet is composed ot twigs which the .1. were naturally twisted as they grew. known as on the M. Jones farm and bounded north by the lands of They were collected by Cha;les Ed- W. .1. Sparks, on tho east by tho lands ward McGary, of Kirk, Ky. of H. O. Mulling, on the south by tho lands of Jen Hnnsel audLoan Owens, At the regular monthly meeting on tho west by tho lands of Ashloj of the board of directors of the Cvcns, William Owens and W. .1. Exposition Sparks, and containing 200neres more Louisiana Purchase Cjmpany, a financial report was' or ua. The purchaser to read showing that the company give bond with will be requiredhavapproved surety, now has a surplus of 8998,000 and ing tho force and effect of a Judgment that $350,000 is due from the wrecl-in- g for purchase prlco. Didders will company on the contract to de to comply! promptly with molish the Fair buildings. Out of theso tcrmc. M. PENNINGTON. M O It 0 O the aggregate or" these hums" expenses will be paid, TO CALIFORNIA. and it i3 expected that a small surVia Scenic Colorado or True plus will be left to divide among Southern Routa. Daily Through the stockholders Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars, The jury in the Marcum damage St, Louis to San Francisco, via ol case returned a verdict for $8,000 Missouri Pacific railroad Scento-wi- t: post-Expositi- We are having plenty of winter MT. VERNON. KY. now. aarOFFICE. On 2rd. floor ol Henry Abuey .moved to his new The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church home Friday. street. special attention given Bill Jones has sold his farm to to collections Phone No. 80. Mr. Geo Thacher for $260. A. Hammond, while feeding W. at the bain, one of his mules ran M L. out over hiu: a id broke his collar bone. MYERS, it Dentist, BEST FOR THE the If yon haven't a reraUr, hUhy luoremAnt ofyour Keep bonei4eTrydartyou'rolUorrlUbe. bowels open, and bo well. Force, In tho ihaitnoi Violent puyilo or pill poison, In Uanaerou. Th mootheftt, enlott, most perfect way of keeping the bowel clear anil clean U to taka Mt. Vernon, Ky. IFirst-Clas- s ) BOWELS OATHARTIO CANDY Work. J OFFICE: At residence, on Cld Main St., known as the C. C. Williams residence. PiioNit No. 73. Will be in office nt BRODHEAD eviry MONDAY noon till Tuesday U00I1. " 'MiiitfMeaMMPffiTjtt' HJUaatTjjilljMP J.c. McCLARY, Oood, PlMtant. I'aUmlilo, I'ntrnt. Taile (Infld, Da N.vrr Ulcktn. Wekn orOrli 10,21 and 10 ctnW per box. Write for f rea sample, aud book 3 let on haalth. Addroat Chicago or New York. Sterling Remedy Company, EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM Undertaker & Emkalmer, Compete?AN,E ed promptly. TEXAS FRUIT LANDS. Orders by Telephone attond I'M) KITE FAHLY WHICH 111CINU CHOPS FANCY . Fit ICES. Stanford, Kv. V s Cincinnati, Lexington, '& , Knoxville. Asheville, Savannah, Atlanta, Jacksotr-iileBirmingham, New Orleans, Shreveport . , against James Hargis and Ed Callahan jointly and exonerated Alex. Hargis and B. F. French from any connection with the alleged con spiracy to kill James B. Marcum. The plaintiff will appeal from the judgment in favor of Alex. Harjjis and B. F. French, and the defendants James Hargis and Ed Callahan will probably appeal from the verdict against them. and ic Colorado. Elegant Tourist Sleep- and Texas Points. FOR INFORMATION, RATES, ETC., ADDRESS E; M; AlKGN, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Vfil&l OARRSiTT, Gen. Mgr., 89 O. Alain St., 'sxington, Ky. W. C. RINEARSON, Pen. Pass. Agt., - CINCINNATI. The Rev. W. W. Armer, a Methodist preacher, was given twenty- Dispatches from Port Arthur and one years in tue penitentiary by a 1 okio say that 50 per cent, of the jury at Calhoon for killing his' Russian officers will share the fate seventeen-year-olson last May, of their men aHd go to Japan as near Sacramento. prisoners. Among thoe who have declined parole are Admiral Wiren and Gens Fock, Smirnoff and The transfer of prison ers at Port Arthur was coniplered ,' urday. The total number of officers transferred was S7S. and ilia . , , uuuincr 01 men was . 23,401. ine Japanese are preparing to establish a naval base at Port Arthur. There d y. ,5 Him. Agnes Westley 816 Wells Street Marlaette.Wis. 816 Wells Street, results from the uco of the first bottle, and took three more and then found I was restored to good health and strength and able to take up my work with renewed Yigor. 1 consider It a fine tonie and excellent nervous condition, for worn-ou- t, and am pitted to endorse it. ' "AGNES WESTLEY, BtcT.KoniiriicuMiiiiioiiuKiHocittr. Wis., Sept. 25, 1903. I was all rundown frotu nervous- nesa and overwork-anhad to resign my potition and tako a rest. I found tuat 1 was not gainirg my atrength and health as fast as I could wish, and as your Wine of Cardul was recommended as such a good medicine for the ills of our sex, 1 bougat a Dome ana began uaincrit. I was satisfied with Iho Ihwsmii, Secure fl.OO bottle of Wine of Cardui and a 25c. pickaxe of Thedford's today. Dlack-r)raug- WINE OF CARDUI NEVE R We are showing the most complete line of SO COMPLETE. No More STOMAcn Trouble. All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without ths stomach's aid. The food builds up the body, the ret restores the stomach to heaiin.r You don.t have to Uiet taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. (J. D. Erskine, of ... ... ... .' Aiienvine, Mien. , says "I suffer- ed heartburn and stomach trouble . . 'or some u,ne- MJ' has the same trouble and was . r not able to eat for six weeks, She burg, but so far as known it does lived entirely on warm water, Af not perpade official circles. ter taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely Savrd From Terribmj Death. cured. She uow eats heartily and The family of Mrs. M. L. is in good health. I am glad to say of Bargertown, Tenn., saw her Kodol gave me instant relief." dying and were powerless to save Sold by Mt. Vernon Drug Co. her. The most skillful physicians and every remedy used, failed, The handsome City Hall at while consumption was slowly but Springfield, Mass. was destroy ed surely taking her life. In this ter- by fire. rible hour Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption turned desStomach Troubles pair into joy. The first bottle and Constipation. brought immediate relief and its "Chamberlain's Stomach and continued use completely cured her It's the most certain cure in the Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipaworld for all throat and lung troubI les. Guaranteed bottle 50c an $1. tion have ever sold," says J. R. TONIC TO THE SYSTEM. Cullman, a druggist of Potteiviile, Trial bottles free, at Mt., Vernon Mich. "They are easy to take and For liver troucles and constipaDrug Co. always give satisfaction. I tell my tion there is nothing better than customers to try ihem and if not DeWitt's Little Early Risers, tlic Bail is denied Nan Patterson, the famous little pills. They do not former actress, pending a new trial satisfactory to come back and get l heir money, but have never had a weaken the stomach. Their action on the charge of murdering Ctcsar complaint." For sale at Chas. C. upon the system is mild, pleasant Young. Davis' drugstore. and harmless. Bob Moore, of La Fayette, Ind , says: "No use talking, DeWitt's Little Early Risers do their work. All other pills I have used gripe and muke me sick in the stomach aud never cured me. DeWitt's Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief. They are simply perfect." Persons traveling-find Little Early Rizers the most reliable reme'dy to carry with them. Sold by Mt. Vernon Drug ,.,itii - i,j sister-in-la- Bob-bit- t, The regular Russian soldiers in Port Arthur have marched out and only the volunteer troops reniaiu. The formal entry of the Japanese forces was made on Sunday. The meeting of Gtn. Nogi and Gen. Stoessel to arrange details of the capitulation is described as having b;eu quiet and soltnn and marked throughout by the fullest couttesy. Russia "celebrated the Christmas holiday with a heavy heart and there were few outward signs of rejoicing. The Russian army near Mukden celebrated by opening a heavy fire on the Japanese" lines. Tkcjapnese Emperor has issued n rescript thanking the ariliy and navy for the capture of Port Arthur. The transfer of the Russian pris oners at Port Arthur is in progress. Only eighty of the Russian officers, is said, have accepted parole. d Geri. Stoessel is one of those will return to bis home. The Russian battleships at Port Arthur have not yet undergone official inspection by the Japanese. From a view of portions of the warships, which at the last moment were destroyed by the Russians, it seems evident that there were no interior explosions, and it is hoped by the Japanese that the damages can be repaired. The decks are partly destroyed. The report that Admiral Rojestvensky's flagship was wrecked is denied at St Peters burg. parol-epan- HUGH MILLER, Proprietor. COUGHS AND COLDS. All coughs, colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute at all trains.- OF THE COTTON BELT IIOUTE Cough Cure. Clears the phlegm, draws out inflauiutiou and heals FAST ON"!. ISTHE and soothes tha affected parts, MT. VERNON Df RECTORY. strengthens the lungs, wards off Leaves St. Louis 5:00 p in. every Harmless and pleasCOURT CALENDAR day, arrives Pipe Bluff, Texarkana, pneumonia. ant to take. Sold by Mt. Vernon Countv Court. Fourfi; ' MonShreveport nextforenoou. Drug Co. day in each month. In the afternoon or early evening it reaches Greenville, Dallas, Quarterly Court. Fit fabj. In reversing the judgment of the day in each month Fort Worth, Tyler, Corsicana, Daviess circuit 1Jm) court, the Court of Waco, Houston, Beaumont, Lake Circuit Cuvvt. Second Mtni Appeals holds that the Owcnslioro day in February, Charles. guarantors were liable to the Ken- in May and Third Fourth Monday Monday in Sep Only one night on the road to tucky Livestock ' Breeders' Associa- te tuber. South Texas aiid the Gulf Const tion for the deficit of in$1 i.Sjft 2y Mt Vkrnon Police Court; country. curred at the holding of the State Third Monday in each monWi. Handsome equipment comfort fair at Owensboro in 1003. al'le neiv chair cars, Pullman sleepCHURCHES. More double stars have been disSerTlce U the UhriitUu ers, nnd cafe cars where you can covered and measured at the Lick 1st A 3r I Sumlaj'iat U , ,. tI1j get a good meal. ,t 7:30 p. m. Observatory. Write us about your trip and we Hnriilay Reboot 9:30 a. w. every Similar. will tell you how to make it easy I'rayer ImriJar 7:30 p.m. . Hie Dublin are rnn lalU :,.ti.i .J and pleasant. Cheap rates twice a """U '" """ l) month. Preibyterlnn Holds ervlcei on the E. W. La BEAUME, G. P. & T. A. 4th dun -, morning and (renins;. Cotton Belt Route, St. Louis, Mo. ing Cars Service every Tuesday and Thursday from St. Louis. Daily Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars, St. Louis to Los Angeles, Cal., via Irou Mountain Route, the True Southern Route, New Tourist Sleeping Car Excur- sions via Iron Mountain Route and El Paso leave St. Louis every Tuesday and Saturday. The service and eqiptnent is strictly up Round trip and low Lrate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Mountain or Missouri Pacific Hailway, from all principal points in the East. For berths, reservations aud full information, address R. T. G. Mathkws, T. P" A., and Louisville, Ky., or H. C. Townsknd, G. P. and T. A. , St. Louis. Mo. e In Texas they begin shipping ThE VERANDA HOTEL berries in April, tomatoes in Mav, JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., peaches in June, biinging fancy Stanford, Ky., prices up North. Specially equipped for traveling is much The growing season longer than in the North a chance men, Sample room on first floor. to make two or three crops, reduc Bath rooms free to guests. ing the expense of "getting Rates. $2.00 ,?er day. t'irough" the winter. Fruit and truck lands along the M. Cotton Belt Route are very cheap MONUMENTAL WORKS, as yet $ioto$is an aere uniin- proved. When put to orchard or Brodbcnd, Ky, , truck they can be made to yield Granite and Marble Monuments $100 to $200 per acre and more. and Tombstones. lie&icies, its an meal climate no ALL JVORK -- SATISFACTION loug, cold winters. Write for bookGIVEN- .let on fruit aud truck growing. E. W. La BEAUME. G. P. & T. A. Cotton Belt Route, St Louis, Mo. W. Francisco, FIRST-CLASS- .- Miller House, The Texas Train Headquarters for Commercial Men. I A I MeetliiK-Kve- ry'J A VERY CLOSE CALL. "I stuck to my engine, although Every Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes. IF this action becomes irregular the whole body sufters. Poor health follows poor blood ; Scott's . (I- ; every joint ached and every nerve wasVacked with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. "I Aas weak and pale, without any appetite and all rnn down. As I was about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and after taking it, I felt as well as I ever did in my life." Weak, sickly, people always gain new life, strength aud vigor from their use. Try them. Sitisfaction guaranteed; sold at the Mt. Vernon DrugCo's. store. Price 50 cents. run-dow- Saturday nlxht aud Sunday. Sunday School nt every Sunday, Prayer meeting on Tucsilay nlghti. Baptlit Ohnrch Serrlcei on the Third 9am ". MASONIC Aihlaml Lodge No." 6i0 merta '.'nil Monday, On m, j a' n .T at KT3 2 in in. Jty JXJ. every A CHAPTE, No SECOND MONDAY Emulsion makes the blood pure. One reason why MACCADEES. K. O T. M. Tk.nt, No. id, meets every and .'Ird Xlnndny nt 7:30 p. m. JAS K HOUR. Com CJUhC DAVIS, h li SCOTT'S I EMULSION is such a great aid is because I Co. Ladies and Genfs' Furnishings evor brought to town. There aro no brand of shoes on tho market more the DOUGLAS or HAMILTON & BROWN. qnnntities r.nrt at the most reasonoble prices. SEWING MACHINES. Andrew Carnegie sent Major Granger a letter saying he would contribute $200,000 toward the building of branch libraries in Louisville and that he was we pleased with the interest the peo ple of that city take in the library scheme. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 The Best Made. my opinion Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best made for colds," says Mrs. Cora Walker, of Theie is Porterville, California. no doubt about its being the best No other will cure a cold so quickly. No other is so sure a prevent ive of pneumonia. No other is so Come and See US, w latt ,) "f- k J. C. HOCKER &CO. L.IVINGSTON, KY c- Go, to the old sewing machine mau to get good Bargains in sewing machines. We have full High madrawers, Arm Up -To - Date nnd more poplar than chines with full set of attachments y ears guarantee. lor $i5.oo,-- io Theso brands wo have in entiles We also keep all kinds of shuttles, needles, &c. for every machine that is made. And besides that, we have all kinds of goods that is kept in a country store. Only one price. Telephone Oweus' store, near Sparks' Quarry, W. M. OWENS. jap 6 tf drop-head "In it passes so quickly into the blood. It is partly digested before it enters the stomach ; a double advantage in this. Less work for the stomach; quicker and more direct benefits. To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health. Scott's Emulsion does just that. A change for the better takes place even before you expect it. Wr v III tend you a iimple tree. Be lure that jlils picture In the form of In libel it on the wrapper of tftty bottle of Emultlon you buy, Catarrh of the Stomach caused Indigestion and dyspepsia, but tho (ruth Is exactly the 'opposite, Indigestion causes catarrh. Re- -. pealed attacks of Indigestion Inflames ths mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus causing the glands to, sterols mucin Instead of the Juices of natural digestion. This it N caned Catarrh of the Stomach. I Indigestion Cause) Catarrh of the stomach, that For many years has been supposed It Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves an inuammation 01 ine mucous) membranes lining ths stomach, protects tho' nerves, and cures bad breath, sour risings, a sense of fullness after eating, Indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Kodol Digests What You Eat Regular alze ,$1.00. holding 3 V, tlmaa me inai airs, wmen aeiii (or 00 cents, Praparad by E. O. DaWITT & CO..Ohu:ao, 111, Bottles Make the Stomach Sweet. FOR SALE BY MT. VERNON DRUG CO. rtti agreeame movement ot without any unpleasatf id jjiuuiucu uy vliuiuucriaiU cucii btomach and Liver Tablets. Fir sale at Chas. C. Davis drugstore bowels first-clas- s ( .( 4 pleasant and safe to take. These are good reasons why it should be preferred to any 01 her. The fact is that few people are satisfied with ed any other after Vox .bale at this reliable remedy. C. Davis' drugstore, Chas hovinR-Miceus- ii if A MET7 - t ScOTT & BoWNE Clirmlrta 409 Pearl St., N, Y. joctniundfi.of All dtujitm It is announced (hat a hotel colt- ing jt.ooo.ooo will be erectefiiiu Cincinnati; lVi