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Established 887 XVIII MT ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 1905 NUMBER IT I In 60 Days WE MUST SElL t17t yf ilVIvOJmIE II4 5000e Great Clearance Set= IT is against policy tocarry merchandise over from season another We have made makeitheWe have paid no atten tion to cost or actual ue have waited as other merchants until season is over y priceslwhen time to sellJWe Lore made prices that will be big advertisement for us and will please our customers if they grasp this First come first served i Youths YSUITS T at Prices tIt rot A An assorted Tot lifavy part wool part Mtms Suits uT by most mer hauls at from 85 to 57Clear unco 1tricesLot n liens all wool eassimero yfry dark ground with a neat oivp check heavy weight made by Monarch Tailoring Co of Cincinnati 0 Real wholesale value 8 r Clearance price 8500 Lot A special lot of Mens beautiful Corduroy Suits sub stantially made round corner single breasted coat Comequiclr we have only a few left and will never be able to duplicate them at this price 575 Lot 4 Extra fine Wavy blue flan nel genuine Seater bearing the label which guarantees it to be the best Staple as a gold dollar 575 Lot 75 Suits extra line cassia niers and worsted w i nt e weights made in neat and genteel patterns can give you most any size Our former prices on on these were 59 to 10 50 We shall sacrifice them iu our ClearI since Sale at 750 to 800 Young Mens Suits 14 to 19 years Onr former price was 350 84 50 500 and 00 We shall clean them out in this Clearance Sale a 452 50 325 and 400 Childrens Knee rant ots IDollarL125 Suits at 100 175 Suits at 125 250 Suits at 200 iss the little boys nicely and iaply while this opportunity ts e1m Jm 1 yltri i 0 c P c u jj t= VERNON 20 7 Worth 01 rOUR GOODS our one tQj val We not do the a opportunity Mews Sacrifice cQttonl 0 J 3 7 =IaR MilR BIG BARGAINS fN BOOtS and Hf2ES1 S Juhoei v Mens boots that vero formerly sold at 200 to 2rO1TjJl be sacrificecl at l15Only or 8 dozen Come now t W e have every variety of Si for Ladies Children Men lind oystoo many kinds to de scribe hereallwill be sold totprices lower than moor before get ready for the largest and most complete stock of Spring trod ever brought to Rockcastle county WE FORGOT TOISPEAK ABOUT OVERCOATS Wo have a few Mens heavy weight Overcoats black beavers and all wool cassimeres Our frro 0ISlashed to 8750 Our 8750 Coats Slashed to 85 00 Our 500 Coats Slashed to 375 Ladies Jackets CapesAT totWe let them go in this sale at 225 MENS and 80Y Heavy Winter SHIRTS and SWEATERS While they last we Slash th to 45c Dont miss this Watch our ad for Bargains It will appear each week t 2sm F TCANP All OlttJIAttDfjen Mrs Grove Cook is very illwith something lila paralysis Ii Lirouaugh iso uil confined to HouseG t A Patten s improving slowly1 don t think mentioned in my last the death of Win Stuart Ht died about three weeks since He was one of the oldest citizeusI ot Crab Orchard an honorable audi highly respected gentleman liked by everyone Though not highly educated he a man oilmore than ordinary intelligence his opinion in all mallei s was tells d on t y prisons who knev him Hej lent e a large family of sons andj dau all knolljpreacher except this colored churches who seem more zealous in theirreligion than the white peo PreacbcrsIVilItyes- terday after a visit of several days spent pleasantly with friends at 1e511thisof the winter with her daughter in Oklahoma Miss Spoonamore of Brodhead has been visiting Mrs MIcIICampbell contemplates leaving here in the near future We re Bret to give up good citizens such PettusSinteiest Miss Hettie Harris is agent for all the popular periodi c ls of the day would take it as a favor if the people will so give her their patronageT K Watson has just returned from a seeralI days visit to friends in Cincinnati jing1ingpastMr S A MScldleton has returned from a visit 6 her ter Mrs S P Gray at Stanford Sim Middleton jrQfCofieYYllle1 Kan is visiting his parents here Abel Bryant of Cedar Creek sold out his goods and chattels with the intention of going to Cor bin to live lint changed his mindj t the last moment and rented fa of J HicKer t Mayweed There ire several probably onl two applicants for the postofiice at his place who have been working in an underhand way The preset incumbent has no idea of re signing and if charges have been opporItunitysuppose will be given lien He is litesof Cartersvill2 was in town Tues day No MoRg STOMACH TROUHLR All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cur It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without ths stomachs aid The food builds u the body the rest restores th stomach to health You dont hav to diet yourself when taking Kodol orIfor sonic time My sisterinlaw has had the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water Af KodollIIis in good health lam gladto say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co FORGOTTEN How soon we are forgotten 1AndHow soon wo are forgotten hereoonce Every day and month and year How soon we are forgotten When bur wealth and power dep art And only reminiscence heartSWhen our banquetlIghts are out And guests havealt departed Muddled by the midnight rout How soon we are forgotten emWhen disease and age abound And on the public highway We are seen no more around How soon we are forgotten In the rush of busy life rInrHo soon we are forgotten i Even in tb3 halls of loins statueBears yln Breathitt countYatePhen D was shot and killed by Eli ahBti sh IlakHon County IExtremeueather Mays wi h us 1W docket was relieved for the first tune quite a while as it combined noV ielouy cases The grand jury re turned a number indictments Mr James Reynolds is confined to his bd from hemorrhage of thej lungs Miss Lasy Parson fshomej froiis Berea college and is m1 I from nervous pro trat ion eiused by overwork and hard Mudv Misses Lucy Welch and Louisa Ijomsm of lis pine will enter j scttcol at Hcrea iu a feiv dots Out school will open here first ofnext awek The plan for the branches to be carried and lligherl of teachers required had to poued till a later date as the Jiew scho building is not completed lOur regular plan ot work will be icarried also the kindergarten ShortloflJ1Itheir hove in Indiana after a visit j oftwo weeks here is difficult to keep up ofa town if the thecorporatiouII the lad boys to with popguns and cannon awayI Und our town trustees talks signing because others do not do their dntv Sheriff S HolHus worth has been seriously ill from al ceis on hirerMr J R Llew rhearmatism last week Dr Gibson cthemthis writing Our telephone sys tern will be extended to Booueville connecting us with Bqzittyville Manchester and Hyden Mrs W exgh e LTBTRlt GKEBN Here I am after rtjstiog a w elIDid any ofyou miss me f Death ltas been tmongus again claiming as apict5n Miss iSarahi Wallen She had he n a sufferer Irom that dread dis + ie consump tirosheastime She is the fourth sister that 1 erL311dltfrom attfours at different times kind obedi rut and dutiful always Aunt Ibby Isabel CritiCa11condition condition remainsabout the same butehis daughter Luy was no better when last heard from She has typhoid fever s theeyetethe usual number visits Norton ct Hamlins store daily where lots coldIthat things in general are upon an equalitywhat is lacking in one particular is made up iriS uuetbing else therefore men need not go tionIscarce old countries Emmett Hasty contemplates moving to Kansas soon Nearly a dozen young men aud- boys have gone from here aud nearby to Berea and other cities to at tend school Strange isnt it that we cant have a good school in this part This would save much ex pense to parents and our boys would learn as fast too as they do at college Quite a number of our neverIjWadeBrown killed the largest hog gbtered in this part There arc hogsshoatsand pigs for buyersYesland Igoj Dick Stephens wants to sell his farm BUCK VARXOV COUGHS AND COLDS All coughs colds and pulmonary areCCough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflaination and heals partsjpneumonia Harmless and pleas lint to take Sold by Mt Vernori f1lfg Co L L Published EveryI Friday f 9 + tC 9 b BARGAINSA J eD TAcIl Yn Addition fp fhe Bargains quoted fasf week o we 5hrave more to offer ro And they are for YOU until they are closed out t Ladies Plush and Velvet Capes rtc to 1711 f WLadies Jackets worth 500 now go It 200 to 7 tline childrens Cloaks blues find red each to closs at 100 f Iiuo Blankets 104 11f per pair sit iiOeto IG 1fJOutings per yard f c to ctl Plaid and Check cotton ors to SVt tJ Good brown cotton per yard fc to 7JBleach cotton yard wide per yard ri J fie to luc 1 Lot good thread 200yds to spool two stools iiiL f e j Hens Underwear pOI suit iv 4f Mensjt heavy iieefied Underwear per suit iV 7 tr Lathes Underwear per suit lic o l Ladies Union Suits heavy per suit4c L Childiens Underwear all sizes lOc to 2V Mens Overshirts each if o to lire c Men and boys heavy Caps worth 2r e to 0c eachro at lOc toIOc 4If SHOES all grades at a ItAIIGAlN CLOTinXOat COSTic + ajYare closed out Como before these bargains are all hone First come first served i tit Plenty of BARGAINS not quoted but yon will find them atour store + MrVFPri GOOD GOODS LOWEST PRICES hUUlV fA FAIR TREVT3lENt TO ALL n 3 THOS CHERRY ai HEADQUARTERS TOR BARGAINS J BRODHEAD KENTUCKV 1F ir 3C i + + iI iII TTT7ZTDaaDrdG i r + rn The Gibraltar of Rockcastle County 1 ta r Financial Institutfon5 c IhCtIZe1S Bft r KI IOF BRODHEAD KY l mOffer to the people a safe and conservative t Banking System 5 9 m IACCOlIfS OF 0ra l0h5 Solicited Q pleasn 9 4Pl 3 her cent interest on all deposits of 100 mWJ W HUTCHESON Cashier rC=31iJ li0 m lriIFOR TIll PAST MBAR I wish to thank for the IIIbusiness dealings and the courteous tieatuient extended by von warrants ilie assertion on my part that iny efforts to PLEASE you have been per fectly satisfactory showing I9rJ3Ianda YOUIRIGHT bright promise Health peace and plenty in abundant measure In short toextend the hand of honest goodfellow ship with the firm resolution on my part and I trust also on yours to let the new year more closely cement the bonds between ns and make and keep us better friends than ever before With best wishes for alll good things Tam Yours very truly j FISH NONEnAY Take LAxATiNK BROMO QUI NINE Tablets A11 druggists refund the money fit tails to cureEW Groves signature isvon each box 5cts BRODHEAD Mr Cru of Lancaster is here repairtconvaljiaccepted a lucrative position with LOlJisiUtjDrrolled Jo the bedside of J H IbnghtAlhert Hiatt went toj Louisville Wednesday to enter Ma s eys Business College orlI SaturITiers sawmill is now running in full blast and turning out about 15000 feet of lumber per day tdayoneltothe haute hooksThe banquet given by the Masons in their ball greatlyIdifferent ways was the main lea trueMiss Clvde Cass is visiting then grandmother in Louisville MissLida Hilton is visiting her LanISmith and son Frank Enm r on1 spent a few days in Crab Orchard 1Keisllugwilltisit weekBorngeon a girl Miss Carrie Frith is visiting friends in Livingston this week Miss S llie hick rc0u left Sunday night to take a course in QreenrJr is with L L Jarrelt this week Xes5 l r ler B Hilton inow night oper toratLebannnChris Hurt has operntrIhis father andoM Lead his fns lv joriiedog Mrs Estesisihe guc t anti Mrs J F Watson R L Collier made a flying bn ness trip to La Follette tear SundayMIrs Egbert Wallin anl children after a two weeks vi lt with friends and ielatives here n turned to her home in La FoIIetu Tenn Mrs N L Payne i0u the sick lUt this week ti IItsufEerrImany ears rheumatism says W H Howard of Hnsbaml Pa At times site was unable to J move at all white at alt times wall ing was painful I presented lit r a with a bon Ie of Chamberlains Pair aPPhcathrtihful pain reliever she had ever trial in fact she is never without it mV and is at all tits able to wall AT occasional applicalinn of Pain Baha keeps away the pain that site tea s formerly trnnhledwith hoe S3le at Chas C Davis drugstore It is reported from Paris tliliti the stock of King Leopold of Hil ginni in the CantonHanLow i road has been transferred to rep teseiitatives of J Pierpont Morg a Foreign nulroad Interest in Cliui contemplate estabkislthIifahl2000 mileslong Ketwrcea Pekin atl Canton 7 V ijMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIPAY JAlO 1905 Pnblislredrevery Friday by EDGAR S ALIIRIGATSt- rBSCPTPtION ONE YBAK Siool ddvfrfising rules made known on a icatiol1I President Roosevelt began Thins Joy with a breakfast at eight Eto which he had invited some f newspaper men During the morn jug he met and conferred with delegation on the railroad bill be Vides receiving the visits of the Senators anti Representatives who called He entertained a distin Itoictnrned to his office where he mained until five when he took tong hoiscbaek rule whim Sent hdinnerKeid ltd in the evening he rho hand with between fifteen hund ptson1litthe ifcrpiion he took supper with r the receiving party And Parson Wagner said President Roosevelt leads the simple life if RKSingNTS of Veenersbnrg In 1 diana found the dead bodies t joifn Brant a newspaper man a Idto Charles Eckburg a barber in a barbershop where they had gone to balance the books of the 10cllIOdd Fellows lodge Both were shot through the heaGa re vo ver being found in a chair near Eikbnrgs bodyWhat is the matter with Indiana We won id er if it is some of their late Ken wieldIing suck a had influence on the Hoosiers who arcalready seteralI crackIersGov BECKHAMS reply to Se ator Blackburns attack upon him was something ofa scorch What the Governor had to say was a plenty and the Senior Senator will evidently be willing go way back and set down fo spell IJlaokburns unwarranted L attacks on Kentuckians and ev whole sections of the State has factre Legislature is called upon to elect f his successor to the United States Senate The man who manufactures an adulterated foodsays the Phil a i foriwhat JIreforms who knows hutphe may get around to her loliticiansI s EDITO CAJIPHKLL of the Som e et Journal who isalarajs rea fr any emergency has come ward with a name for that much talked of well of Brer Ed Waltons As it was selected from a musical standpoint it will unquestiona he acceptable to the editor of ti 1 J JPOIIIIJCSThe vote for president and icetpresident will be counted at n5ht inoton Feb Sth Senator J C S Blackburn announce dtbat he would reply to the Gosd woud nqt be personal or abusiv- but would cover the situation ade t quately William stKentuckyMoines that he would arr syneat0 in the moot court which wilt be held by the students of Drake Uni vcrsity and in which he A saindictedThe Statehood bill wilj hold the hoards in the Senate this wee kavewith uModificationof one element seeking to deny Ielr ma and Indian Territory L T president transmitted to con egress a message recommending the reection ofthe number of Pmn a fiyeorjweeJtbrthas demoriMratrd that the body of seeljjsunwiddy He advises co gress to vest the authority to prescribe the duties powersd salaries d otth ommissio init to residentt f ik f i PAPER 13 zc- Or 1 t rt Q tft z z t ff r4 r J zJ t 11i R G NRTT fjliaI PIm w Lc yr SHOES ij j E E pC 3C z AT COST WeU have a few dDzrr Ladies Gents and Childrens I 2 rz Shoes which win Tie sold at Cost Bargains j Come and examine stock J A C H I ATI I WATT KENTUCKY trUIDIIri WQHil ptr i1TT n E C Brockmeyer the first wit neaSenatorial Investigating Commit miltee testified that Adolph Busch the St Louis brewer co tributed to thtre ubcIn seierewas his understanding that Qtto aStife also made large contributions aul that lurch hndagrotd to give much as all the rest of the St Louis brewers okreKentucky republicans now InI Washington believe that John Yekes is already shaping his afi fairs with a view to becoming t candidate for the republican noniin ation for governor in Kenluckv in 1907 Some of theta say that his decision to have nothing to do postfthe fact that it would embarrass his prospects to mix up in it sesIsiderably clouded by developments at the Capitol It became app ent that there was to be a policy obstruction iu certain quarters al the opinion was freely expressed beldexpected with a possibility that would extend to the legal limit 0 sixty days Some of tbe memb ens purpose that the old question of removal of the Capitol to another 11dty shall be fought over 5uertt Friends of J 11 Alverson Stanford Representative in the Ltrti county are urging him mocraenr s piu t Eighth Kentucky district to s ceed the Hon G G Gilbert Shelbville the incumbent Mr Aheisous rise ou the politic ladder has been rapid When he announced himself a candidate the Democratic nomination for Representative Lincoln county several years ago few people con sidered his candidacy But bet proved himself a wonderful ca voterJnation going away He was easily elected and has again be nominated this time without oppo ration He is the authtr of the Jan passed bj the Legislatureode ON THE HUNTERED ARDSI WHITE CONTEST lyoi1leTimecs In his argument in behalfor ohn D Vhitc former Senator Thurston took the position that tile system in party organic was illegal and declared that the circumstances surrounding t hidHunterEdwards fight was a d s grace to the State of Kentucky and to the Republican party He did a jDotconducte of of each was bad He Iicidedn at the Australian ballot stem and would destroy the will the whole people of Kentucky as IIlature is tojtIgone on the official ballot one nder the emblem of a gun the under a bottle IoPt tell me those Kentuckians were afraid stay in that convention The entuckian does not live who is afraid of a gun or a bottle He is not afraid of being shot with the wlththeotherI case a on every KenI The Senator scored the tactics of the RePulilicalis of Ken tuckand being one of the most rti9Lwent andhsgustover tue actions ofllllSiKrntliprfiiin trBrtnr TClN 1 l IISenator Thurston declared ither the convention that honmy- laied IItitiernor the one wInch nominated Edwards was a Cpnven 1tion He said it was a slob of t h ragg and nobtail Mr Rani said J V1 Collins of Letcher and J S Rollins of Bell made gHte1aridrid1es and both are under in dictaient now Senatorhurs- lpliedOh ye but indictmenti ate mere incidents in this proceed ing t XKWS IF Jl SIA tnin giving his Name lr Roscau and halng1Il posi session an unloaded infernal to tchute was arrested in Philadelphia and confessed to attempting to dt s tray the fcMtue of Frederick tin Great in Washington also to endI ing the trunk coitaining an infer nal machine to the British steam Ship Umbriaat New York in 1I aif iiofIIdthe Lexington jail yard for tin murder of Mrs Martha McOuinn Martin Shortly alter midnight lu 11111111fwatch with the statement That c had carried it for weeks with th intention of taking his life changed his plans after a visit fron his three apices who sang and prav speechlfrollers against whisky and bad com pany filettoiit1ethcL goatui otlofprecious stones into this canal rv walo man dealt in precious stones to auo rrcharges of smuggling it was found necessn fur the Government authorities to trace all her deals for diamonds and Chuimcklboth in tl is country and Europe The statement has been made byI Collector of Customs Leach tl at 2500enbo preciolIstoues handled by Mrs Chad ck has been traced and posiively lo cated It is added that ibis great amount of jewelry his ben tin covered with the investigation still Incomplete Of this amount t hestti Government isdirectly interested about onethird It is simply the Cuadwichrsapphires emeralds and garnets almost liter ally by the peck said the Govern ment official Testimony of rs shows that the woman did not handle anything but t hrtfinest articles and there is scarce pennys worth of cheap jewelry in drSPEEDY RELIEF A salve that heals without a sear DeWitts Witch Hazel SaheI remedy effects such speedy reo It draws out iriflumation soothes cools aud heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for piles and skin diseases DeWitts the only genuine Witch 1fa salve Beware ot counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by Mt Ver non Drug Co 1in if Oes119Snare FoUtSj aboutti Ooffse thosetlllteggs glue and such Lion Coffpo is stufffrl inin rtruiigtli The VneHlUtIlUlliormh1 r til r3ori5k f ID1 lllSt VtiraClE 4mCariaSKRdaySchooILcssonorJar2219n5- PrlZpa arilBywayPcacherJ IJ1 fJt1It1oJIit John 2111 IemarI errr Ufa alrtojctn 112242 tJOlDEXTKXTWIaiMcvcr He aliiIunto do Jchn25 jTIiJtc third daleaftNr Jesus dcIpartner from iic Jordan far Gallic met icnrd in Jihii 2C- flACIiiruca of Galilee tho tame of XuthnoleIsn y rifccrefram Si31 John records ihls jtnt as an ci witness odor tfc may ie1r trot Jesus Is tLClrixttte Sou of Cod grid ttuit lnilevfne jo nm iaye life His name Notice ih Uivhiity of trhriK is a teseil in each es son thus far First His exlsunt tme u Inch to tle beginning with Oc l Soforo lutII s vftrfSK based upon ttn audlho tisinctllnrs nf God Third the llftJ- e ijf the first liiicipts And he present r xndrtis videiMe cf the mime The Lesson Outline TUEa1FJeans glory maellosteJ Tk Occasion vs 1 1 nII At a Wedding to Jeaasluvlted ilTh Opporturliy va 3C tit Noci and an Asvtu vs ii WIIiinR Set Untll i i 1tttpi Jars ofIrir Methods vs tc and Dlreet Jesus used what Itt ro not rmingObtaICcd what tic IlThe lirstillx vs Ht IIi superior ttIttN vs Tcsimony vtr fomivetfjat Conviiuoa rlisdpra Comparing Scripture with Scripture l The Occasion At a Wedding v lTlwre is no occasion or circus nance In life that may not be male rsiiiant with the manifested gltirj o lJesus It is significant that Ihe set 1Ir of Jesus first miracle should have brew a wedding Jesus was neither an asceti sor a winebibbsr the tatter of which hit enemies accused hull of hung Matt tlUI Jesus Invited v 3Ttrn slgniJi cant points 1 The desire for Jesus ttpresencewad2 Hisvimnfine nocomr Jesus were at more weddings ta cay here would be less marriages attic prove failures and fewer divorces 11 The Opportunity 0 Need am an Appeal vs 3 4The glory of Jesus always shines forth where there is a eed to supply and a turnln10 Him n laith for help Comp Phil 519 Wli1 Phil 10 The winuof the world is aloeshIan yatisly Willing Servants r5A worn asabuts will Faith wins cooperation always And cooperation is needed tbat Jesus powef and glory may be manifested 3 Empty Java v GII is the amt ty vessel which Jesus wants Ertipy that He may fill it Note al through this incident bow dependent Gods pow cr Is utLin human agenciey The human need tie appeal nf faith the willing servant anti thn even the empty jars t0IC The Methods tlr Simple and Direct 7JtiIlS be an virh what they had Here is a wonderful Usoi hfIfulrMoses hbad and the sling in David hand which Gut was pleased to use Gen 42 Saw 1740 Jesus asks u io seemingly foolish things nom time hiu if we obey it brings its n ward ant Its glory In Jesus rtsons spinrit that He might solve others auU witness to iie truth What an example for us Cor atl Gel U7 Transforming igginuliig with what they had Usus ghee then what they hsd not Water and yet a they obediently poured out and bore the governor of feast the water was transformed The commonest timings fur are Self given ii iiving strifioe to Got is traiisformed lntutbelitenessufChrists perfect ehar ISIIV The Kesulss lj Superior Wine s Pirinil no discussion of the non z tiitniax as to whether the v ine Streiiusift iones would not supply that which would harm or destroy Gods Wonl trie out in no uncertain terms against itrong drink t2 Cainpetent Testimony v ignorantorihRjtrJsin of this wine tile IluatlThisKfracle which Jesus had wrought 3 Conviuierf Jwrgtes v 115 1 attendfmiracle SCT bcy Surely had the t hatedso revolve this wine Irons His hand imt they could nor receivetiie Christ Ah how true this is if pnonie tq iay Williug to take iiod has to give but unwilling 11 beilfvi ia HS only begotten Son lwhJchjrroup would yeti have been with he fate disciples ur the unbellerinr nests had you been there Where do Mm stand loral fjdelityhat a different world this would ho If this injunction were obeyed Howl speedily the world would be h9ughct Christ did every Christian obey the volt althe cIthough Himaj bring ridicule or perse cution or suffering or loss Do IU and you wilt have Peace and joy with and success and blessing without is an unsafe master Whatsoever self salth unto you do It not But whatsoever Jesus saith to you do IV Fifteen miners were injured two fatally the derailment ofthe cable ctltn which they were being cirriep tip the mountain to the Ex celsior minesal Mid lesboro AyersPills ant your moustache or beard akeaQt bowuqrrI elibiacki V J t t l fr t t A t 9 9 A Ci rf o t The Hustling Cash R l S TOREyt Tir The Only Place To Buy Your i I ft SEK GUIl Black LIVEi EARGANSBARGAINS t Here is where you can always fPrt Look for BARGAINS4 4 L HDAVIS t LIVINGSTON KY 1 2 v C Y oOtco1 P 3 3 A WANTED 22 imh heading bolts at all points en the K C and K D divisions of the L N Railroad in Rockcastle county Will receive game Brod head wagon load all other points car load lots Will pay 5 per cord l2ft- Also all the socond growth white oak butts 30 inches long S inches and over in diameter CRANORSMITH LUMBER CO dec 9 L C SMITH Gen Mngr BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS De Witts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J LI Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for piles cuts and burns for years and can recom r mend it to he the best silve on the market Every family should keep it as it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kepi on hand for immediate use toM rs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I had a fever sorei m mv ankle for twelve years he doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved fortover two year Finally I was per waded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief De WiJts Witch Hazel Salve cures htMl Veruntt Drug Co SoMd Comforfi MeansoThe Henderson =of- t1IFree Reclining on all trains betwee- nLOUISVilLE Kentucky Points end ST LOUIS nCOLONIST AND KOME SEEKERS RATES TO fniK WEST AND SGU7HWEST If orI fnlture i HABITeIt is the COMVOKT JINK and a 11 comfortable train In traveling ale ways a good habit to acquireIAt least us us welhaveGKO ITrav14J IGenLOUISVILLE Kyf ITheySold for 60 years Lowellaii i DYEnm e i Robert Cox se i TO OUR CUSTOMERS iEJ The year 1904 will soon be a thing of the past and to our frietlnds and customers who have given us such J a liberal portion of their patronage we wish to extend c 2 our thanks g cZllje year 1905 is almost upon us and this we hope fx to make our banner year and if good oods low prices I and honest dealing will accomplish our aim we have no doubt but that our efforts will be crowned with sue1 EI cess Y oars for business J II ROBT COX V spone No 60 Mt Vernon ky v Q Robert Cox siisisininmmmmmmnnnmnwmmmmmmmmnjnnn w wGef Your fe iMoneys Worfh w = cs = By trading with Jonas McKenzie who always ear 3ries a full and complete line Dry Goods Clothing s Boots Shoes and Groceries we have in endless quan 3 tities and when you trade With us remember yon al vVV ways get the best Respectfully 3 JONAS McKENZIE IE Phone tfo S3i Mt Vernon K y H U1Uil111Ull11llUl1UUlU11UUl UHU1U1UUUU1UltUUU111U 3C g GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I SBrodhead Kyl W COMPLETE LINE V i Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tel phone orders Filled Promptly O Yi THE BANK OF MT VERNQ- Mt Vernon Ky and friends that H 1I entrusted to us In so doing we e consirvban1eincareful attention J We will also pay 3 per cent on all time depod 10000 or more when left with the bank and not ch upon for a period of six months Yours very truly = W L RICHARDS Cashier 7 t i M ERNO SIGNAL 20190iIIZ9Can up No 79 whenyou went to Communcute with SIGNAL 79 0ji Wa t TIME TABLEm 4 north 1206 p m ft north 257 a r3 south 129 p IP 15 South 110 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 ttet4a tk lie yrr ay atsfe1- ea etnII cur PERSONAL a Luther Mullins has koue to s braVeing James ORear is here from Mt Sterling Mrs Amanda Proctor is quit sick this week r U rv min h htt very Silk tor rvtral da s Collectors W T Short and Burn sides were htre Wednesdcv Chief Detective Donahue of the L N was here yesterday Mrs V R Beck is tuning a boarding house in the Joplin hotel The physicians report but littl- sickness throughout the county at Delia Owens of Barbours yule is the guest of Miss Bessi Mullins Miss Vira DeBord of L- evI el Green left Monday to attend State College at Lexington Lee Coffey who has been very sick for several days we are glad to report much better Harry Chasteen has been very critically ill for several days b some better at this time Mr land Mrs Jasper Rickels left Saturday ni htfor Hamilton Ohio to spend the winter Mrs Joe Tavlorv raqthei of the boy who was killed last Monday is very low with consuraptio Ap Taylor came down fro Hazel Patch to attend the burr of his nephew Tommy Taylor Uncle Henry Fish was here Tuesda and told us that he would go in the goods business at Wildi Dannie Owens was up from Brad head Tuesday He sacs that he will not go on the roadagain at 5tUieui11iamF is makeing an invoice of her tock of millinery having ouldto Mr Cleo Brown who will take charge at once Vic Brown one of Agent La drums students isrmaking rapid progress in the study of telegraphy and will soon be ready to take a office b John Egbert Fish and daughter of Vivian Tex who have been here on a visit to relatives for the past month returned to their ho m of LOl1donArepre1 senting a was here Wednesday to see our nerchants Chris is one of the nicest bop on the roadand we wish him much success tD N Welsh of Berea traveling salesman for J Zinsmaster k Bro Louisville was with our merchants this week Natb is a splendid salesman and no man on the road has more friends than he- LOCAL 11iYCallon Chas C Davis for Valentines something beautiful 250 SOC Si boo All kinds of Sewing Machine Supplies at W M Poynters Store or W M OWENS Always bring sample BF We call attention to our e gant line of Valentines in boxes ready for mailing Chas C Davis FOR SALE CHEAP One bay horse will work anywhere ELMER LECHLEITBR jan 20 tf Mt Vernon Ky STRAY HOGCame to my home near Orlando a large sow weight about 175 lbs blacK and white spotted Marked swallow fork in left ear Have sold the hog to Jasper Owens if no one claims pays damages and provesihe ownership of same W H REAMES Jan 3t Orlando Ky rThe onevearold child of Will of near Johnetta died of whooping cough E C Menifee has bought the restaurant in basement instead of- F L Thompson as reported in our last issue JudgeIP Baily of Stanford died Si nrdav morning after an illness of several months Sam Rose who way considerably ashed in the Big Hill mine smash up will recover without amputa lion ol his legKJust think about it 15 gets full size two drawers drophead Sewing Machine W M OWENS Near Sparks Quarry Col R M Jackson for many years cashier of the First National BanK of Loudon has resigned and Mr McCalla Fitzgerald electtd i his stead Mr Jackson was made president The L S N will sell tickets to Cincinnati Jan 23 for 47y round- trip limit to Jan 78 account of ConventioneNational Association of Retail Grocers The tip house and incline at mine NO2 Big Hill Coal Co whichwere completely deinolishe- by the smashup a few days since have been repaired and operations have been resumed Just received 300 Pairs Mens ShoesePrices to suit any one Come to Owens Store and get good Bar gains in any kinds of goods W M OWENg Sparks Quarry At the annual election of the stockholders of The Bank of MtVernon the following were elected President C C WilliamsI VicePressdent J T ier W L Richards directors A T Fish Geo Livesay S Hbr utRod Perry Gallatiu county and J R Houk IMPORTANT DEAtU G Baker hay purchased of Fritz Krueger the brick store room which adjoins his property This is a very import Gat deal for Mt Vernon as the re alt of it will be a department store Mr Baker and the erection of bny Mr Krueger It is indeed worth much to a town to have in it two such enterprising business men as these eThe sad accident of last Monday tI which Tommy Tailor lost his life calls forth a statement which should mean much to the parents of the younger boys and even some of the small girls Hardly a day p isses that sonic of the little folks do not run across the track in front of the passenger trains and nina cases out of ten woNild be caught before they could gek out of the tnhe many wreckless things done which if fully realized by the par eats would cause a more careful ii watch KILLED Tommy Tailor age et3 the boy who drove J Fishs de livery xvaeon was struck bj a freight tram at the crossing north of the depot Monday morning from the effects of which he died about midnight Monday night It is a very dangerous crossing especially with a wagon as the noise of the wagon will counteract that of the tram and with trains cami learn the south all view is cut off by reason of the hotel and secti house uutil they are right on tOt crossings Several persons saw the terrible accident and in the wagon with Tommy was one of Rev T D Mullins little boys who saved himself only by jumping and he says the engine was nearly to the tool house when they parted over the track which would be only a few feet away and while the engi neer put on his air in the emer gency and stopped as soon as it was alend or four times and knocked some fifteen or twenty feet up the tra ckor The wegon was completely dem fished the horse so bruised up that hewill doubtless ever recover and the faithful driver bruised mangle and unconscious living only a few hours Whether the boy saw the train and was trying to beat it across or whether he failed to see the train until it was right on him is a question but from what we have been able to gather it seems that it was one of those sad accidents which often comes- smost al inexplainable and for which no one is wholly 10 blame PAP it Ij liEN t Tile Louisville Nashville Rail conIstruConthe old wooden bridges on the Ken tacky Central division of the line It is estimated that the company will expend 2000000 in improvements of the Kentucky Central vision this year in cutting out the curves and straightening time track During the last six months of last year the company hnd heavy steel rails laid on this line of the track r and this work is being continued on through to Knoxville Then a line of road constructed out of noxville to Atlanta and when it is completed the company wH have a direct line from Cincinnati to FloridaRegisterThe one of our exchanges we trust v ill be read several times by many of our sub panper in any locality that gave all the news Persons often come and go that the reporter does not see It often happens that a family is miss edseveral times They get the impression that the paper does not care to mention them It is a mis take Tfce paper has no ill feeling nor spite nor enmity against any body Do not be afraid to give us youdbut try and see if it doesnt treat you well if given a chance If you dont see us to tell us of any hap penings or news itemat your home use the telephone or drop it in the postoffice but dont fail to give J4jCOLLEGE NEWS The Institute has enrolled eighty pupils since September beenI19 the outlook is hopeful The readiness with which theO new students have fallen into line and their evident desire to makeIthe most of their unit is a of satisfaction to the teachers iS1soworthy students who are willing to earn their way through Mist Tajloi duringthe holidays after taking all the dormitory wouldI accomtnodate was obliged fuse work to thirteen boys and gir1iItor of the Presbyterian church and will hold services there the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month Tuesday morning we had a mot interesting talk oif China by Mr Marshall of Livingston who was fur eight years imissionary in that country L1V1NOSTOA Miss Delia Owens of Barbour ville spent a couple of days here the guest of Mrs Sue Mulling and noN visiting relatives in Mt offnrodbeadtinaMulltus Miss Mattie McFer ron of Pine Hill is attending college at BereaMiss Georgia Me Ferron visited friends in Altamont Thursday and Friday The ladies of the W C T U will give a pie supper at Calloway Hall Monday evening Jan 23rd Everybody cordially invited ngMr Martin Cooley returned to Gravel Switch Wednesday He had otMorgan Comedy Company held the boards at Calloway Hall this week and was well patronizedThe body of John Kirby who was fatally shot at Middlesborougb a couple of weeks ago was brought here Thursday morning and taken to Skeggs cr for burial During Mrs J Browning absence from ho Thursday evening someone hind helped themselves to flour ands gar seeing Mrs B had plenty on hand A good dose of hot sh would be more effective than sugar flour which Dr J S Cooper is ofready to give should they be se near his corn crib again = Walt Rivers is able to be out again after dImothDISMcKinney has been the guest of Mesdam Ballard Mullins and George Re nolds Mrs Mahala Carson is iting relatives in ML Vernon t Miss Satire nic ers qJ of Brodbead is the guest of MrS Joe Dickersoa Miss Lake of Chattanooga Ten ness e will give a lecture on temp crance Wednesdiv evening Jan 25th at the Chrituai chinch All are invited Mrs Josephine El more and grand daughters Misses Josephine and Katie Lee arc visiting relatives in JeHico1 Miss Branaman of Wild it ty Iis jnx yffromingThe Stork flew aria the home of Mr ant Mrs Roy MiilJns W Thursday morning Jan 19 h and left a handsome little daughter Grandpa Tubbs will rot go cut with the boys in the mime but will sit in the baldhead icon Miss lda Cook entertained few of her W friends Saturday evening present were Misses ThoseI 9 Mattie McFerron and Miss Corn Adams Messrs Johnson Childress JElmore Cook and RiceDr J G Bow of Louisville is the guest of Rev r1 Gates 6- it Commissioners Sale rio J C COURTI t ft By virtue of n Judgment and order of salo of the Roekeastlo circuit court fljIW Q 5 in Mt Vernon Ivy on Monday the A Ward day of Jan ltOrit being thefirsttS ay of county court between ther of and 3 oclock p m on a M of six months bearing er cent Interest train late of salo until w paid the following dwvlbcd property =towlt A tract of laud located in Rockcas sitetie county Ky neat Pine Hill and andnon the north by the lands of W J Sparks on the east by thelands of D G Mullins on the south by the lands of Jell Hansel andLo aiT Owens the west by the lands of Ashlej wens William Owens and YoI Sparks and containing 200 icivs more np less for The purchaser trill he roquiied to tic ylvo bond with approved surety bat 11Ithese termo saI11iMiddlesboro Alphonso Baker was killed by Thos Quarles Baker was a and Quarles is a They quarreled on the IMethodist d infant baptism USE MA KS STIX iBootsShoesRubbers2o Salesman E c aJdaacrsstoooaswoocoov cablegram from Tien Tsin says that Russia has threatened to in vade North China and Chine e Turkestan if China continues to discriminate against Russian con traband in favor of Japan CnAJIKKRLAINS COUGH REMEDY iAnSOUTELY HARMLESS The fault of giving children medi cine containing injurious substan ices is sometimes more di than the disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for chil U thingicroup is unsurpassed For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore The Louisi1Ieand Nashville rail road broke ground Thursday for a tenstory office building neat Teirt and Brodwav the dimensions beiu 60x200 feet Local contractors will bid on the work Five miners are known to be Illinois dead and 20 entombed at Decatur AyersI IB ofAyers Cherry Pectoral tickling throats hack S ing coughs pain in the lungs I It relieves congestion sub erCherry SPectcrai healsCetcplainthistoyouIIeknowsD ae haro Arer Cherry Pectonl or1 for for throat hue ttt and think tt bapAFoASpoyAppletoabllnn acevrcnesor tRn illWeak Throats recoveryPureIYYege f l Ee D 4 y cVw 21WV 4xl a ft W Prices Cut I To The Bottom I i =c A1 f = flJ 7NR followingGrt t IFleeced2r Mens 12 50 Overcoats now 7 50 4It 200 prs Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes nM r that were l 50 to 3 50 now at JULlU ILJ V K A complete line of Clothing and Dry goods atA the lowest prices OLD IRON WANTED 100LBSV V IE have the Goods roll want f Vyand are making theliriee toJ f Qi1 ATd AA vrlrw iiY rA Sentiment in aver of the Hunt for the location of the State j Capitol seems to be growing among members of the General Assembly J STOMACH TROUBLES i iJ AND CONSTIPATION Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing stomach troubles and constipa n I have ever sold says J R Cullman a druggist of Polterville llichuThe are easy to take and nipjisfactory to come back anduget money but have ne rod a complamtttFor sale at CIuS C r Davis drugstorer f 1The trial of William Britton in fur time alleged murder of ofIr1l ONDIRFBL NERVE Is displayed by niany a man en pains of accidental cuts wounds bruises burns scalds sore feet or stiffjuints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and rare the trouble Its the best salve on earth for piles too 25cts at the Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Jefferson countys new armory iIexpense of atvatdsCaldwell Drnke of Columbus Indiana IiVIWATTER50N5i LETTERS FROM EUROPE Will Bo a Loading Feature of The 1BO5gThere will tx many other attractive Departments all going to make a Complete Newspaper MAIL flATES IIDniIWeekly lycar COaRIEKJOURNAL COMPANY LOCISVIIXB KV a Special Arrangement you get tho cant SIGNAL and the WEEKLY COiJRIERJOURNALI 1ThiscombinaIioSRee CURl FOR PILESt Itching blind bleeding or pro fundIImoney daysII it send sec in stamps mad it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med fcine COtSt routs Mo- 1 J HOUK ADAMS IfIX TTr Ti rT Ti YiYTcv vr N1 Cites CDavis rf Cassie L Cladwicks Tonic i ItJIs now on the market in every leadinir drug tore fi in thoUnitotl States and Chas C Davis Drugstore ohthe popular place for everything in the dell lice Patent tAe irines rU rmmuricalsZ r t8 slAnda PIn scidPTIOX work Carefully Com pounded day or night U 1t Phone No 14 CHAS C DAVIS 8 J Chis c Davis fc c dV WILLIS GRIFFINPr- actical Unclertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete G1n ha Embalming done on short notice frl1SlIOR DERSbv wire Promptly Phone No 63 rBBBBBBBATTENTION EEE E 1DAVIS Lt mIS THE PLACEftSJ DRUGSJ tfJ t You don have to ltay for Prescription Extra I Special Attention to DiseasesofChfldfen The and Best onlv used in inv mPRACnCE f fIWANTED =liidustrioits man or woman as permanent representa live of big manufacturing to look after its in this tprritoryI0001 exrenses ofIIfice Expensemaneiadanced Experience riotessenttal Il IiJManag JjliXE J1EAKSE Attached furnish Metalic Caskets and Filled f s t a H Purest company business a 2 KILLTHE COUGH J CURE THE LUNG WITh Dr New Dlscoyery IFOR c SOcStC Price Free Trial Surest and t meiekesc CUre for aU iTHROAT and LUNG TR- OUDjjjorjjBjj J a AT CUS1 j t U I 1 l9d e IiI tn 1If t 1i lIJ ISTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COSTII12 00 Suits now j 00 5 00 Suits now 3 00 VVe have about 300 Suits that will go that way O V ERCOAISat cost 0 ooIt oats for 4 00 OUIl Suits of Underwear will go at 80 ets from the 6th until the 13th Regular lOCo Outingtvllbe sold fit getE from the 6th until the lath after t which time it will be sold for lOets p N IvA DIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods n i COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK i F KRUEGER S NS Mt Vernon Kentucky- P =Watch thi space t1 Snecial Bargains 10 F To Cure a Cold in One Day 1 Tda Laxative Bromo QuinineTaUets Sesca Ioa boxes sold in past 12 months Signature Passing through the country tramp stopped at a farm liou e n aiet It is needless to ask th question madam You know what 1 want It Yes replied the lady know what won want badly lnV Ive only got one bar of soap iu the hctirreand the servant is using it Come again some other time c CONTRACTED CHKONIC DIARR HOEA WHILK IN PHILIPPINES While with the U S Army ii 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 fouud nothing that did me am good until I tried Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy two small bottles of which cu tirely cured nie and I have since had no return of the disease AejPueblo William S Taylor and Charle Jinley fugitives from Kentucky Mare written to Indiana Congress amen urging them to intercede with GOP Hanly to the end that they may not be extradited if an at lempt is made to have thm returned to Kentucky for trial SAVED FROM TERKIBU DEATH The family of Mrs M L Bob fojtt of Careertown Tenn saw her dying and verc powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while couMimpiioii was slowly but surely taking her life In this ter rrible hour Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption turned des pair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and it continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in th world for all throat and lung troub 11rrillr u Co Miss Agneswestley Wells Street- MarlnetteWis 816 Wells Street M E TrS V73 Sept 25 100S I was all rundown from nervous ness and overwork and had to resign oaition and take a rectoIfound that I was not lI itB mv strength and health as aa tcodd wish and as your Wine of Cardui vast recommended as finch a good uvdicino for the ills of ocr tex lought a bottle and wing it J was efitisfied with the from the use of the first bottle fad took three Moro and then found I restored to good hmlih and strength and able to take up red I eonauieritafinetonieendenrllent for ironiout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it JLQSZS VrjSTLEY Witccnrii 3 Soctey reail00bottlcof Wine of Cardui and a c ge cf Thedfesds BlackDraught today r s WINE OF CARDUI- t I PAPER I Queen Crescent Haute LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES I Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga f Knoxville Asheville Savannah Atlanta J CharlestonIBirmingham New and Texas Tc E N AIKEN Tray Passr Agt 89 E Main St exinjjloii Ky WfAs OARRniT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Osjn Pass Agt ELECTRIC TALKING MA CHINE FOR MUTES Electricity has been put to still another new and invaluable user the invention of the electric lY guage for the deaf and dura ingto an ingenious contrived talking machine which Jacob Reese of Sharon Hill Pa has just per fected all mutes the world over nay some day dispense with the sign languages and those afflicted with blindness with their fingir board establish communication by electric impulses through a cir cuit in which a source of electricity and one person or more receiving the impulses form a part The persons who wish to talk together put on their thumbs and fore fingers thimbles such as are ordinarily used by women No mistakes need occur any more than if the conver sation were being carried on orally As in raising or lowering the voice the strength of the impulses maybe made lighter ojr stronger according to the emphasis one might wish givensexpression to the blind mutes thoughteas readily as the operator would telegraph ni s Conversation leIat a great distauce from each other And by carrying the machine in the pocket the mute can be cam pauy for each other no matter where they arlon the street or traveling by boat or train By properly wiring the houses mutes indifferent rooms or in different beds may be spoken to same as in school houses so arranged The Morse code is now in use in every part of the world where teleg raphy is known The key is tapped according to the system Mr Morse established vhen telegraphing the message being received bv the ear of the operator from the sender By Mr Reeses system the message is not only received by the sense ot touch of the receiver but is also received by the sense ot touch of the sender so that every person within the circuit two or more is touched alike Two Personsmay- thus talk together as rapidly as a message can be sent by telegraph anywhere And there is no sound absoIlutely Gross earnings of railroads for December 1904 show an increase of 4 360109 orSper cent over the earnings December 1903 Because her new baby was a girl instead of the boy she wanted Mrs Sarah Libman of Chicago corn wilted suicide 3 TORN I c3 3 n arei Cores Grip r 1in Two Days on every box25c SHORTEST I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For The Eastern District of Ken tuckyt f lIn the maUer of H Ii SnuIFT In Bankrupt 1905Aabove named who has been adjudged Bankrupt will he held a tie office of the Refere in Stanford t Ky on the 28 day of January 1905 at 2 oclock P M to elect a Trus tee for the estate of said Bankrupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before thf meeting Comply with Section 57 of he Bankrupt tact concerning yourclaimN SAUNDERS Refere in Bankruptcy An appeal for financial assistance has been addressed by the Pope to Catholics in the United States IED m lIFE prominentf mul sion a short time o As a rule we dont se or refer to testimonials addressing the public ut the above remark and in i a r expressions are lade so often iji connec ion with Scotts Emulsion Mat they are worthy of occasional note From fancy to old age Scotts Smulsion offers a reliable Jrieans of remedying im proper and weak develop cent restoring lost flesh and vitality andrepairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is nr more of a secret than thti theEmuiuuit does through nourisb mentthe kind of nourisi went that cannot he ol tai ned in ordinary foot No system is too weak c delicate to retain Scott Emulsion andgather goof from it We 31sYrmof Emntrtwt7otrbySCorr Chptltts 409 Pe r t tY5- OctM Ituff eiggfw- r I GOTO JCaHOCERCO for Winter weight- UNDEftWE1fiR POUC9ABUP IT NOW A f 3313 PER CENT IDISCOUNT J C l UA11 John A Proctor sold a horse and six head of cattle to A G M Craig for 130 The Messers Craig are trading in hors s mules and rattle quite extensively and pirties who have stock to sell should see themWm Miller and family are going to Indiana about February 2oth with the intention gcnileinan and his many friends IUP i been sct but is reported better Mrs Nathan Cress health mains about the sameA G M Craig sold to Henry Catron JI horse for 85 and bought of Cation four head of cattle for Sio1 Simeon Denney sold to A G M Craig to cows for 36 and IJ barrels of corn in the crib 250 per barrel We have been requested to an nounce that tilt congregation of the Church of Christ at Providence will meft regularly every Lords Jay at Icfcjo A 11 Bro J L Davis will preach the 2nd Lords day of each month but the officers of the congregation wish it under stood that the presence of each member is dtsired every Lords day fhe disciples during the Apostolic timesActs 22 7met upon the first day of the week to break bread and worship end the officers of the Of the Church o f Christ at Providence realfre that their duty and that of each individual member to nit et and worship as did the disciples of Christ- during the establishment of the Church Those who btlee and feel that itis not necessary for them toattend church in the absence ol their preacher should read the pas sage of scripture referred to above ers when we attend church only when the preacher is to preach especially when he preaches just once a month The preacher can not save us without some individual effort and we certainly showery little effort when we attend worship just once a mouth The above remarks are not intended as a criticism of any particular con regation or individual but to all including the writer thereof who neglect their Christian duty We cannot be disciple of Christ unless we obey Tutu and let those who desire to obey meet every Lords day rt their place of worship and break bread and read thescripiure and help each other to understand what Christ would have us to do that we may become not hearers only but doers of His will bowelaoenandbewelt Force In the of vtolentphyaic or pill poison la Ths CANDY I LAY EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Tate Sn or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAR DOMESTIC Itis exceptional to find a family taherc there are ho domestic rup lures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Dife Pills around Much trcuble they save by their great work in stomach and Liver troubles They nov only relieve you but cure Sold at 250 at the Mt Vernon Drug Cos MR Ds FRIEND MELVIN HOOKER SCO Livingrsfon Ky inIFehrnLry familyl cotgregatioa dangerI iBESfFTHE thebowelkcoplrgtheCATHARTIO andIDeentgperbo TROUBLES atoter WESTERFIELD TO CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or True Southern Runt Duly Through Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to Sin Francisco va ol Missouri Pacific railroad and Scen ic Colorado lilegant Tourist Sleep ing Cars Service every Tuesday jnd Thursdav from St Louis DailyfhrougbPul1man Standard Sleeping Cars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountain Route the True Southern Route New Tourist Sleeping Car Excur sions via Iron Mountain Route and El Paso leave St Louis every Tues day and Saturday The service and eqipment is strictly uptodate Round trip and low rate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Moun Railwayifrom all East For berths reservations and full information address R T G MAtHEWS T P A and Louisville Ky or H C TOwNSEND G P and T A St Louis M- oTrainThe Texas OF THE COTTON BELT ROUTE IS THE FAST ONE 0Leaves St Louis 500 p ru every day arrives Pine Bluff Texarkana Shreveport next forenoon In the afternoon or early even ing it reaches Greenville Dallas Fort Worth Tyler Corsicana Waco Houston Beaumont Lake one night on the road to South Texas and the Gulf Coast country Handsome equipmentcomfort ale new chair cars Pullman sleeper and cafe cars where you can get a good meal Write us about your trip and we- will tell you how to mike it easy and pleasant Cheap rates twice a month E W LA BEAU ME G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo A VERY CLOSE CALLI stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve wasracked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and- all rnn down As I was about to jive up I got a bottle of Electric Bitter and after taking it I felt as veil as I ever did in my life Weak sickly rundown people al ways gaiii new life strength and vigor from their use Ty them S tisfactioii theaH Vernon Drug Cos store Price 50 cents Every Episcopal priest in the diocee ot Kansas City has signed an agreement to marry no personI divorced for causeaiising ah riage Tae Czar has issued an address tbenlluCH lI lfiD1THEn In Cough Remedy is the best made for colds says Mrs Cora Walker of Porterville California Theie is no doubt about its being the best- No other will cure a cold so quick ly No other is so sure a preventI ive of pneumonia No pleasant and safe to take These are good reasons why it should be referred to any other The fact SatiSfildVilhlany C Gas C Davis drugstore forI SHOESHATS Gum Boots Rubber Shoes Overalls rN FACT EVERY THING YOU HAVE TO YEAH TEXAS FRUIT LANDS PRODUCE EAULY mops WHICH IJKINO FANCY PRICES 0In Texa they begin shipping berries in April tomatoes in May peaches in June bringing fancy prices up North The growing season is muc longer than in the Northa c redoIgthrough the winter Fruit and truck lands along tai Cotton Belt Route are very cheap as yetw to 15 an aere unim proved When put to orchard truck they can be made to 100 to Sioo per acre and more Besides its an ideal climaten- lung cold winters Write forboo- let on fruit and truck growing E WLtBEAUMEGPTC- otton A Belt Route St Louis Mo Japanese exports tor 1904 sshow overIagriculturalI rce which amounted to 248145 oio Dispatches from Port Arthur and tlile Russian officers will share the fat of their men and go to Japan prisoners Among thoie who hat e declined parole are Admiral Wiren and Geis Fock Smirnoff and Gor prisoIn trs at v lcompee Saturday The total number officers transferred was 878 and th fl number of men was 23491 Th Japanese are preparing to establish a naval base at Port Arthur There is some talk of peace in St Peters burg but so far as known it does not pervade official circles President Roosevelt has come lout against the proposition to re represeutaI office TONIC TO THE bVSTEM For liver Iroucles anal constipa lion there is nothing helter than DeWitts Little Early Risers the nolt weaken the upon the system is mild pleasan- at d harm es Bob Moore of La F yette Iud says No use talk itg DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have usfrl gripe and make me sick metDeWitts Little Early Risers pro ed to be the long sought relief Tlie are simply perfect Persons trav eling find Little Early Rizers thtj must reliable remedy to carry them Sold bv Mt Vernon Drug Co SEWING MACHINES Go to the old sewing machine man to get good Bargains in stw log machines We have full High- Arm 5 drawers drophead ma chines with full set attachments for 15oolo years guarantee We also keep all kinds of shuttles needles c for every machine tha- is made And besides that we have all kinds of goods that is kept in firstclass country store Only on price Telephone Owens store near- Sparks Quarry yap b tf 0 WM OWENS C C Williams ATTORNE YATLA W MT VERNON KY JESfOFFICE On 2nd floor ot The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church- 15ticet5peCi3J attention given Phone No So IM L MYERS Dentist It Vernon Ky f fFirsiClass J t Work f IOFFICEAt residence on C1dY 1li3msPHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday tiuuu J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete IIHubcsUrtlcl s by Telephone attenil eel promptly Stanford K TIi8 VERANDA HOTEL J EPH COFFEY PROPR Stnntbnl Ky travelingh floorLBath rooms free to guests RATES 200 goer day JWM Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky orGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones FIRSTCLASSo GIVENk Miller Housed HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR fordIClQlorter at all trains MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon- e day in each months QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month MondaySeptember COURTThJrd CHURCHES Services it the Chmiiaii Church Preach Injj 1st Jt 3rl Suodals at a m and at 730 p Snudal chool 930 tom every Sunday attendall iPresbyteriannoMtlervict8 theIth ound7 morning and Benin Baptist ChurchServIces on the Third Sunllachooueeticg on Tuesday nizhts J MASONIC Monlayn MHy CIIAPTE No UIUAYntMACCABEES T Tsar Xo si meets every lnd3rJ Monday at 730 p m EIIOUKComt n Indigestion Causes Catarrh of theStomacHFor many years It has bests Stonachcausedlndgesuonand Repeatedmucous mmbranes lining the expcscslhenervesofthestoahachthtucaus oftheStomachKodol Cure mucousmembranis risingsadyspepsia and all stomach troubles EtMilkoymayPrepared by 0 DeWITT Chlcqet FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG co oftIIat C Davis drugstore H C Allison one of the est known tobacconist in West Kentucky died at Paducfh