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Established 1887 vow iEXVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLECOUN In 60 Days WE MUST SEll 500 1310uuu1ki T7IXIIWorth GOODS Great Clearance Sale IT is against our policy to carry merchandise over from one season to another We have made prices which will make the goods sell rapidly We have paid no atten tion tp cost or actual val ue We have not waited as otter merchants do until the season is over but hftve lowered prices when there is plenty of time to sell Ve Imvejniade prices that will be big advertisement for us and will please our customers if they grasp this oppor tunity First come first served Mens Youthst SUITS OVERCOATS at Sacrifice prices Lot A An assorted lot containing heavy part wool part cotton Mens Suits sold by most mer chants at fromi tO7Clear once price 275 Lot B Mens all wool cassimere very dark ground with a neat olive check heavy weight made by Monarch Tailoring Co of Cincinnati O Real wholesale value 550 Clearance price 500 Lot 3 A special lot of Mens beautiful Corduroy Suits sub stautially made round corner single breasted coat Comequick we have only a few left and will never be able to duplicate them at this price 575 Lot 4 Extra fine Navy blue flan nel genuine Seater bearing the label which guarantees it to be the best StaplE as a gold dollar 575 List 5 75 Suits pxttra tinr rassi mer stud worst winter weights made in teat and genteel patterns can fde you most any size Our former prices on on these wena 9 to 10 TO It e shall sacritice t hem iu our l lear anise Sale at 7 7 50 to 800 Young Men Suits 14 to 19 years Our former price was 350 4 50 500 and 6 00 We shall clean them out in this Clearance Sale at 250 325 and 400 Ch ildJens bee Pant oitsIQto 15 years OnriDollarSuits ait 751 bar 125 Suits at 100 Our 1 75 Suitlsat 125 Our 25aSui sat 200 Dress the little boys nicely and cheaPly while this opportunit lasts rs e t o t 1f l Of OUR a BIG BARGAINS Nr SHOES Shoe Department Mens boots that were formerly sold at 200 to 250 Will be sacrificed at tit4aOnly or 3 dozen Come now We have every variety of Shoe for Ladies Children Men and Boystoo many kinds to de scribe hertrall will be sold a prices lower than ever before to get ready for the largest an most complete stock of Spring goods ever brought to Rockcastle county WE FORGOT TOSPEAK ABO- UTjOVERCOA T We have a few Mens heavyweight Overcoats black beaver and all wool cassitneres Our former prison this lot ran fro b 5 00 to 1000 Our tilC Overcoats j Slashed to 750 Our 7 50 Ct gits Slashed to S5 00 Our500 Coats Slashed to 375 Ladies Jackets CapesAT Just a few leftwere 3 to 5 We let them go in this sale at 225 MENS and BOYS Heavy WinJer I SHIRT and SWEATERS While they last we Slash them to 45c Dont miss this Watch our ad forBargains It will appear each week t tJ J fi IRLSMtTH familiarlyI and most substantial citizens and the company is fortunate in securing the services of such a splendid and capable man- LEVEL GR ENI juryfoundof conspiracy in the murder of Judge Marcum why not give them a criminal prosecution iu the court In the opinion of the law and jus tice loving citizens of Kentucky perMapsthe murderers of Goebel and each party should be punished accord ing to their dirty deeds Too many offenses are winked at condoned or let pass unprosecuted Our laws putincitizens ready willing and await ing to help our officers in the discharge of their duties therefore we see no excuse for lawlessness in Old Kentucky We notice that quite a comtuo countybecausequit a weeIt short A violation of law is charged against both teachers and the trust eeswhifeweightier matters are stepped clean over There is too much entirely too much of the straining out a nat and swallowing carnal game play bigdifference fair1playclasses and not make the farmer pay for the dead steer aud let h lawyer go free ox and all just for sooth hes a lawyer More of our people Emmet and John Alfred Hasty will soon g West Big Joe and a sijster are now wilhdsto us can 400 acres of laud Poor land low wages and sd continue to be Well Bro A are gooWestjoined the army or what has be come of them I cant build them alone so Ill let up on the matter but Ill say the men who kill the project asa class never haul a load but are profited from the hauling done by others A little taxation goes a mighty long jump with some people Yea a little leaven tax surely does make the whole pone hump itself Our merchant is so much afljirted bimQ e ly walkTbc remainder of the Wallen family have gone to Texas Jesse who preceded them is ex histDovelorerys condition remains about the same Maybe that when spring upeus up and lizards and black snakes come forth that Jack and I enjoylifeNow in conclusion we admonish the youths and maidens who read this paper to purchase without de lay an elementary speller Web iters B B and study it from back- to back and especially the Parbl of the Country Mildand The Farmer and Lawyer News al littleshobyKmmet Burton and Harve Pointer- passed through this week with a lot of nice young cattle that they had purchased hunti t1uersareIscarceMulesoD tie dull and bogs wont sell nn eggs only 200 Well woll Di you everCara 50 cents with flour keeplittle ls bate WhatKaye we I have been requested by some Sjgnallocotrectlyspellwbat Eleemnsynaor to know how they can tel1wJlel i go array from the mark Now I think the words a1l9f them herein contained are tho Ive not cO propetlysPdledI Rick Speaking and good spellers we have hut few good spellers in this day and tint and the fault is iiiour present moth of teaching We need more good old fashioned Friday p m spelling matches in our school SChoJar1ship language to study spelling study everywhere and all the time in the speUer reader hepape dictionatynewspaperhO1if you Enou provement CRAB URDI It snows and the young folks are happy in anticipation of sleigh ride and parties but oh how dif ferent are the feelings of the poor 1 remember reading a poem in the old time readers entitledt- byIongfelowdaper has it I would like them to send it to our good editor for feel sure he would be soi4iudas to urtbeIIt snows cries the Widow oh God and bersiuhs Have stifled the vtof her prayer Thepoorye haye alwajs with you Let us not lorgfct it while we are sitting around otfr comfortable firesides Miss Mabel Mc YVhorter is attending school at Stanford Mr Richard Chandler ot Stanford piid this place ja visit Sunday Mr Newman Ijoldman called on his best girl Sunday at Bee Lick came back Monday all smiles There isnt many boys as- lucky as Mr HoldtnauMr For rest Foley intends to go to house keeping soonMiss Annfe Ware of tutec lois visiting home folksMr Samuel Hat ltn aged 83 tell a fewdays since and has seen ill since but is somewhat im proved at this writing J WJjuest has oust returned from a trip of several days in Lou tsvtlleIn my last letter you made mesar that Mrs J WGnest was going to spend the winter in Okla homa when I said Alabama C H Singleton and family and Mrs Laura Moore left yesterday to make their future home iu Buchan an Mich They have a beautiful home here which they rented for youngefolks took advantage of the latt train Sunday and went to Brodhead on 23 spent a few hours pleasantly AoBrooks is mingling with his many todayfor Lidawho has been on the sick list for sometime iswe are glad to say CrdropSyRagainMisses Bertha Beldon and withMissBowlingGreenin short hand ROCKFORD Miss Ella Lake began her school 2JHEGacld and May Tcdd visited MistI Bessie Linville SundaMr and MtsLF LMartinyi4eiMrandI Mrs T M Ogg in Berea SatUr day dSJmdayW T Linville called on Mr JVV Lake ofBerea Sund yMissea Ida McCollqni Salhe and Della Shearer visited Sunday1heliuleson lahan is very sick and is pot expect isrtedReedepayMr Hugh Linville called on tgirJSundavMissLula aneSu day REMEDY rtBEST MADE In iny opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best made for colds says Mrs Cora Walker of rigcnoidbtfbtabout its being the best quickd sao etC This arc good reasons why It should be precrredti any oilier The fact is that few people are satisfied with any other after having once used att eseattJoikeG ivetn9r Folk an s zit Every Friday r t ErVyvJ Y 9t o i BARGr iIN1Q r r n r mti l 1l 1I J W1 In Addition fo fhe Bargains quoted fasf week a s owe Sfave more to offer 0 And they are for YOU until they are closed out i MLadies ofOutingsSmall line childrens Cloaks blues and red each to close at LO0a f Plaid and Check cottonre to Sic JGood brown cotton per yard ftc to 7c 1LotMens Underwear per suit 45c tJ 1a Mens hear fl Ladies xLadlesUnion Suits heavy per suit i Childrens Underwear all sizes lOc to 2 5 IerMens Overshirts each 2rc to J5c SHOESetofNONT forget that the prices we quoted last week in this palter stands good until they fc J are sj 44Plenty OUR MDTTD Published PRICES J1 11 3 THOS CHERRY W mHEADQUARTERS FOR BAltdAlNS BROUHKAD KEXTITKV LJrwfj J A + o VOr 9L + 9Lr Nt l t Q n JI I 11 I 1 i i t1gThe Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institutions m f1u CTTIZelWS B N K7 EOF BRODHBAEf KY rc ltf Offers to the people a safe and conservative 1 ti Banking SystemP 9 Qto F Qr LQLa9 p i S1 3 i ACCOUNTS OP t Individuals Firms and Corporations Solicited m Glee us your business and we guarantee a plea m m ant rind profitable tN t 3 per cent relntionIor more when left ed upon for a period of six months 0 J W HUTCHESON Cashier tf I =IIi FFriBOGTOG70lJOL mB OllGGTiIJ jII MUdi1couat T Handys sate waswell attended- on Saturday oflast meek Thh1gsI sold well which they alw where Harry Jones is the auctioneer knows how to encourage a bidder hold him on for anther dime M L Keltpu and wife have moved hack to their property here from Richmond LuthersaysConI way is one of the the map for a persoivto enjoy life J H Sigmou went to Mt Vernon on business lfoudayGoa Wren will move his sawmill from Boone to this place in a fiwdarsGo Ketrpn has justC9 tl ted one o the most convenient stock barns in anddnewdweekE AVNoths a bustling grocer drummer for Kellogg Co of Richmond was with our merchants this week COUGHS ANCOLDS All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by O eMinute CCughCure Clears the phlegm 1sadpneumonia Harmless and pleas ant to take Sold byMf Vernpa Drug Co Apples itt Central China are soft lackflavor andhaceno keeping qualities Imported American ya rieties are doing comparatively well rbttt kJottIoie their btstiquali tier r t GOOD GOODS O FAIRTREATMENT TO ALL Pay Harry CEDARY1LLE IjIa saw mashed and collar bone brok- eIGW Gentry is running his blast for the Spotwoo- Lo that bought the timber ontneI Campbell land and A J Norton timber They have give n employ OwIHe riding day and night H C Kirbys wife is very sick at this writing John Nichols and Mi Mattie Dyer were married las Thursday James Hall anU Miss mottlefd the same dayConn is selling at 350 per bblIt w Hilbard sold his farm to Henry Cronicr for rooWm Price was in this neighborhood selling fruit trees last weekA J Not3tnsold to Louis Cooper his stock of goods Norton is talking of moving to Somerset e AGOARANTEED FOR PILES IItcbing blind bleeding or pro pies Druggists refund tOjlcurelong standing in 6 to 14 day First application gives ease an rest Soc Ifpour druggist hhsntl it send soc in stamps and it will b forwarded post paid by Paris Med icineCo St Louis Moj sealywants a tax on California brand l NEAT CO lPIBIEryTrp SENT ATOR McCRI ARY A special from Washington to Louisville Times says Upon taking the chair last Mon day Senator Perkins of California SendncCIcal1edseating him with the gavel as Mr Frye left the chamber said Mr President I regard the Senator prtsiding I turn the chair over to him Senator McCreary thanked Mr issthety ray seat The compliment was a high one CURED His MOTh ER OF RHEUMA TlSJt My mother has been a sufferer for many years from rheumatism says W H HowJardof Husband Pa At times silo was unable t move at all while at all times walk ing was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Paiti Balm and after a few application she dreidedittrasthctuasttwonder- fulpail1 reliever she had eer tried in fact she is never without Know and is at all times able to walk Ai Saintdte was formerly troubled withor sale feElm r D tpri tasecetnr HanP1parsfthe officfal biogTaphy ofthestatcS luau I F MT VchNON SIGNAL FRIPY JAN 27 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUB CJH1T N ONE BAR iIex Advertiuni rates made known m application The cfiiirt of appeals in an cpin ion by ji1ge Settle affirmed llu Lincoln circuit court in the case of Hiram Denham vs the Common wealth Deiiham was sentenced Jor three years imprisonment on a charge of assaulting and robbing C H VanArsdale the indictment being for Striking and wounding with intent to kill The appeal was taken alleging that It was competent to introduce evidence I showing the result of trailing b bloodhounds The couit held tlr1 the evidence was thoroughly good as it was thoroughly corroherateo by other testimony This sets a pre edence for dog testimony which is in many cases m re relia ble than what is heard from the xvtuess stand One ef the pleasantest episodes of the week was the meeting of Mr JWilliam Jennings Bryan and Vr Theodore Roosevelt in tIle White House as it is another indication of cordial intent and the subsidence of that titter feeling which politics engenders Such meetngs of leaders of opposing political forces is rare in history and cannot else where be seen in modern times ex cept perhays in England and even there it is not as conspicuous as in this country ACCORDING to Washington dis patches one week Mr Yerkes In ternal Revenue Collector is hap lug his affairs to return to Ken tucky m 1907 to make the rice for i governor the next week lie is to be + appointed to some important Judge shipor minister to some foreign country bat the final report wit- thatJje the noted Ken tuck iau i holding tght to what he already J 1fthasrisldtlguo uncertainties Both Democrats and Republicans seem to be falling over each in their baste to get there on ihc Railway rate regulation measure Mr Bryans presence in Washing ton and his call at the White House may have done something to pro mote the great and harmonious stampede Mr Rockfeliersays we live too fast and eat too much With the idea of rolormlng the latter the multimillionaire milk and cracker eater has established his 50 cents a day hotel in New York POLITICS AND POLITICIANS William J Bryan called at tin White House Saturday and had a brief taltwith President Roosevelt At the cltse ol the interview Mr Bryan said their talk had beet cordial and satisfactory The rapid increase in the number of ignorant negroes m Indiana is responsible for the ititioduciioti at Indianapolis of a proposed con stitutional amendment to require that alt voters slirfil be icgisitred and shall be able to read and WI lit the English la guage The birth uiiuiveraaty of Gen RoBirt E aerdthithhoutthauth was gej rih iu A He celebratiou in Atlanta Gov 7xtrrell In the coutac of lila le irks strongly attacked President Hooievelt because ot his puhlisheu criltcisms of Jefferson Davis Senator Smoot was put upon the stand in his own h halt in the Sell ate Committee He refuted the Witnesses intioducedagiint him ill many important particulars de clared that he never countenanced polygamy since it was made un lawful in Uah and while ne be Jieves in it as a church tenet he also belie vrs in the tnct observance of the law So the Republican members of the General Assembly are work ing hard to make the session a failure and every one ot them in the House voted against the Wells amendment for the erection of the Cpitol on the Hunt prop erty That to say the least of it is IhighJy poor politics It is not appaientliow the Republicans are to profit by5 making the session failure if they bring about that end by sacrificing the States in terests There seem ta be a good many Deiuxrrats in the Xeglsla tare who are determined to make the session a failure and unless they are allowed to do ttiis with out Republican aid the Republi cans as well as the Democrats will have to stand responsible for the JtUnre GpurierJpurnal 1 ff t f r iaiuis A C HIA- TTcpJQ fi- iw pqp2j f I t SHOESjTz C 2 AT COST J W have a few dozen Ladies 6ents and Jhildrens CSlf6eswhichwill be soul at Cost Bargains 3 stockg 1 i i isieoe A c riATT iiiOiIHi iQ Governor Alva of Colo ado filed his answer to ti1eatleJa ions of tormer Governor Peabody Fraud is specifically charged in several counties and conspiracy between numerous corporations and mine owners associations and the Republican State Central Commit tee Senator Smoot of Utah contiti ned his testimony before the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections He said that bethought the law of the land ought to be obeyed rather than revelations from Gud unless obedience to the latter was nude compulsory by the revelation itself He said that should a revc laliou come to himself command mg an net contrary to the law he would leave the country rather than violate the law He said he held the Priesthood of Melehisedech in the Mormon Church which priest hood he understood was held b Christ An official statement of the ac tion of the United States in as suming charge of the fiscal affairs of Santo Domingo was given out in Washington Monday by Assist ant Secretary of State Loomis It is Stated that u is IlIt pui pose of the United States to as sifiie protectorate fiMher than the collection of its revenues the revision of its tariff laws and the adjustment thtough properly COlt stiuu d trjliuinIs fits debts The action of the United States it is ilsn stated wt akfn at the ear- sect request of the nominican Government A Washington dispatch says Representative Gilbert called at the White House Monday morning peentd liide Ben DishmJJ 4 of Barhourville to President Roose 1 lr Mr Gt er took occasion tcv rlghlrisdmd to Me the Interstate Commerce Commission power to djnt irght rite In fact Mr PreideVaid Mr Gilbert You Democratrso as ues are concerned Tne President laughed and said he vat rtfliwh ed to have the approval of mem bers of Congress Kentuckys nev Stae Cipitol i to be built on another site than the one which is now used The old buildings which have served the otate for so many years will not be torn down hut will oe preserved as a relic of the past so that the corn injT generations can see what kind of buildings were used in the long ago Where the new site will be and what part of the city will hold the new milliondollar Capitol hsi not been decided his a question that is still open although the Hunt properly seems tohe the m st deMraMe in the opinion ofH majority of the legislators Ina bility to get a supply of water suffi cient for fire protection prevents the lulls round the city from he ing used as the are all the same height as the reservoir md it would he necessa y to erect a large pumping station in order to havr the quired water Tne old buildings will be used for some purpose probably for a museum and will b out in good service NEWS ITEJIS ILake Chainpliiin is conipletely frozen over tle ice being fr tn five in twenty uicies thick A dEcult irid dangerous op t tfou was pet formed on Tuoui Edison the famous invcitor Miss Annie Johnson age 16 years was shot and killed by her brotlnr Clyde nt Centr1 City Kyu Quiet prevails it St Petersburg The strike is spreading over 10 ouo men having quit work at Mos co alone The Crystal Palace acccmmo dates morn thin any other Lui di gjttne woild It will held oo xoA Frenlc i profe so is the owu fer a collection vl 92O human heads repn7 iiuitig every kii wn race 01 people The deficit in the United States treasury is placed at 25io6o446 the expenditures being over 2j 600000 in excess of Teceipts The Japanese are keenly watch SePetersburgIlishing extras with accounts of the riots has been found that false teeth I1t used by the people Who lived jB C These teeth were ri deofiiyoryaud fastened to ivoTyplate by eaa9f a fiegold WItC i t L i More than I 100 delegates rep1- resenting thirteen States were piesent at tile opening session of the Sonthern Interstate Cotton Convention in New Orl anp i Five hundred tobacco growers o Henderson county pleiged 2275 Sjo pounds of their 1904 crop to the Burley Tobacco Growers As 5ojiiition The National Independent Tele phone Association of AmericT and the Interstate Telephone Asocia tlon of America consolidated interests in a company to he known as the National Iiittrstae Telephone Association v Porter Smith an insurance agent at Pans Ky is missing and he i alleged to he short if his accounts several thousand dollars Checl 10 the amount of 27000 given b sI him several insurance hive been protested at the banks pariI were t ITeTlIewellS Oil fields the p well ii Wa ituity ALif them Were lair pro ueers Owing to the tow price he crude product diMisr oper ions have received something of setback i The strike situation in St Petersburg is rapidly growing worse More than 100000 men are out part of the city is in darkness th newspapers have suspended anr ldiers1whovent an In he Criminal Court at Clevt laud nil nrs fixed at 20000 fo tile release ol Mrs Chad wick pend ing trial on three indictments reo tir edby the grtudjl1rv HaM in ai equal amount was lixed several Is ago In the United States fits tr ct court making atotal ofoo m theprisoner must furnish before being released A protocol has been signed witl Santo Domingo by Minister Dawson and oilier rent entstives n the American Government by underIttkesof the Dominican rervihlic ami will take charge of the customs revenues The integr It ot Du minican territory is guaranteed under the agreement Johann Hcxrh has disappeared fron Chicago and the police are it possession of facts jhowtng that lit had not less than thirteen wives ii ten yeas It is believed that it has been discovered where he lived witl seven others and the existence o still more is suspected A nuinbei of them died shortly after theii marriage to Hoch and besides charges of bigamy and swindling it is believed that direct charges murder can be preferred against him The Kentucky Railroad Con mis lust has handed down a decision it ynch it holds an advance of thirl e its a ton in rates on coal frprr mines between Ahland and Den- ton declared by the Ashland Coo and Iron Railway Company to In he extortionate The proceedin vas brought against the Ashlaric Coal and Iron Railway Company and the Chesapeake antI Ohio Rail road Company The decision fixes what the rate shall be front theta mines to Central Kentucky points including Loufsville SPEEDY RELIEF A salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy re lid f It draws out inflainatibu soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for piles nod skin diseases DeWjlts is thepnly geuuine Witch Hazel salve Beware ot counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by Mt Ver non DItKCO OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest hue from St Louts to City ot Mexico through San Anto no and Laredo Through Pullnian sleepers daily leaving St jx uiV 22Ipm and 820 p ta Elegant pining Car seivice Woriderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates Jilwral stop over privileges Now is the timto go For descriptive Hterature fateSiietc see Dearest Ticket Agent orjaddress R1 G Matthews 1 PA lion Moun taiii RutiIeIRoornot Norton Bldg Louisville Ky y c The ca pital stocJi of t her Fern i1ni1 Railroad is ow1020CO J t i a r i m o x f0 qt J r 7 au JESUS AND- NIQQDEMUS SBBdaySckooiLessoaIorJan29lS05 prepereibytheH1ghwayand Byway I CojarriehMMbjJMEdwra LESSON TEXTJohn 3115 Memory Teraes and Read John 212321 GOLDEN TEXTuGod so loved the world that He gave Ills only begotten Son coat whosoever teUeveth In thai siiould nut purisb but have everlasting life Joct 215 TIME Some during the feast of the passover which Jesus left Galilee to at lend John 213 Perhaps two months after ta PLACgJeruealetn Probably in the per room reached by outside stairway In the house where Jesus was guest IA flEMflDERi1epeat Jchn i33tiW begin the study of this lesson let ustrek ourselves the question How will It to believe that Jesus Js the Christ the Son of God and how will It help usto vlnctr others of this all Important truth The Lesson Outline THEME The New Uirth IThe Fact of the New Birth vs JS 1 Ncc Iemus Quest vs r Jesus Solemn Declaration v ilThe Nature oh New Birth 4H Misunderstood by Niccdemus v tExplained by Jesus 514 a Htrth through the Spirit v iONew Birth Spiritual not Cestly v e New Birth not unreasonable v New Birth invlslbe vst- e Njiw Ulrth known abwlutey tj Jesus v New Birth an earthly experience V12 Brth made possible byJesiU Christ vs ItlTtc Recipient of New Rlrtfc v a t1 UeJlfcVer in ChrBU Kacapc Death Obtain Eterpal Ufe Comparing Scripture with Scripture The lact of the New Birth tl Icodemus Quest vs 3 Nicectemui came beeklnglio knew not what ru was brought lace to taco with one the most profound truths of Scviptur Jo recognized Jesus as a teacher sen God yet doubted His personal rrom to him He admitted ths of Jesus yet was a stranger to the greater miracle of the new birth Whatever may have been the attitude f Nicodemua towards Jesus that night ertaln t la that he became later a secret jeiieverfn Him See John 75051 and 9SO fJl2 Jesus Solemn Declaration v 3 rills passage Is specially significant In hat It Is the first recorded discourse of Jesus and was delivered to NIcodemus to was a ruler of the Jews and a number of the Sanhedrin Nicodemus igh posItiOn as a religious teacher imons the Jews end his zeal and deve lop to Gb Vs law and the Jews religIon lirrot nssyrehlm of a place In the King j rio God He must be born again r from above marginal reading as aust every one who enters the Kingdom Dod The fact of the new birth as es sential to ealvatlos heeds emphasis ic tits dayof liberalism and apostasy The- iewhtn1Ieie necessary because of cor rupt human nature 6 and Rom S7Si- 1 The7 Nature of the New Birth 1 Misunderstood by NicodemuLc4The natural mind cannot understand tha hhigsot Edd Cor 214 Jesus was lm nt SCicodemus bndnoss oj hearA viof Mark 818 Eph 418 127 Explained by Jesus a New Birth Through the Spirit v 5Born- it water and of the Spirit Implying a thorough spiritual purification by the operation of the Holy Spirit water be ng symbolic of cleansing In all the Jawlfeb ceremonies Comp Titus 35 b New Birth Is Spiritual v Just as flesh begets flesh so the Spirit begets spiritual Itis spiritual resurrec ion Eph 21 A stew creation Cor 517 GalC15 Eph 210 ic New Birth Not Unreasonable IIt physical birth Is ceceasary to ihare In physical life then why houid be thought strange that there must be Spiritual birth to experience spiritual re1 Tbet birth of the babe marks Its dent into jho world The birth of 2 ou under the rower of tho Spiritmarks he advent of a soul into the Kingdom tf God Marvel not therefore y instbe born again cl Now Birth Invisible end Unob ervabe v fThe Spirit and the Indi vidual soul arc the only ones that know the sacred process Curious eyes may ot lilt the curtain which God has drawc ver this lspotot the souL fe New Birth Known Absolutely by etus v LuUe240 52 A personal stimony of actual experience Is rronger evidence than the most learned nd weighty theory or opinion U New Birth an Earthly Experience 12lt marks the beginning of spirit ta the Initial truth of the hrisiari life seems so Incompreh jble how QuId the deeper mytcn1es or ne Kingdom cf God be received g New Birth Made Possible by cans Christ vs 1344llere is a sub Ime picture Read the story In Num 5149 A type of which Christ was the uJflllment Jesus sacrifice for sin was to give Hfk It made the New Birth pos jlblel Those who are born from abov tfe htgotten of God 1 John 61 III The Recipient of the New Birth 1laJesus declared tho fact of the Vew BIrtb ttien Showed Its nature ted Its necessity and now because Hs vas tb Lamb of God whichtakethaay he sin of the world He makes the New ilrth dependent upon faith in HIm The Golden Text For God so loved the world that Ho avo his only begotten Son that wboI soever believeth In Him should Ish butblve everlasting lifeThi8 verse Is Immeasurable Inexhaustible illsatisfying It reaches from God IIi the highest to the depths where sin haa cast Uie world The vast ocean oi Gods love rolls there bearing on Its MomS thfr fair gift His only begotten Son erJasting life is there to deliver from te th8powrFa1th like a Jewel flashes forthvreveallrig Christ on the cross for sin And In Its midst is seUhe gatevraypf whpSOCYerwllL i wentysix million sic hundred Bnd sixtyptx thousand six hundred gallons ofuiilk were Oregons pro duction for the year 1904 The sale of this output aggregated i4000000 IIHAtcs f t d 7j i f n = 7SS atsL4 r 1t z- t i r The Hustling Cash jTf5T t i A Nie Only Place To Buy Your c I Ri F i i tIUtir9 JAi r L4t r J 4 SE OUR LINE CUIc- i Black Grow HrctEARGAINSBAFGAIN c ii H ere IS where you can 3iLIVINGSTON KY mfc v J Vg r6 76 g w va KJr JTT Tr WANTED c I 22 in u heading bolts at all points cu the K C ard K D divisiOns ol he L N Railroad in Rockcastlel county Will receive same Brod 11 neadiwagon load all other points ar load lots Will pay 5 per cord 82 ft Also all theSocord growth white butts 30 inches long 8 inches md over in dfameter- RANQRSMITH LUMBER CO lecgsnv L C SMITH Gen Mngr BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes Tucker of Centre AlahI hanC used it in my family for piles cuts tnd burns for years and can recom mend it to be the best s Ive on the market Eve y fatally hould keep t as it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept sn baud for immediate use M rISamuel Gage of North N Y says I had a fever sore n my ankle for twelve years that he doctors could not cure All ales and blood remedies proved vorthless I could not walk for ver two years Finally I was pei uadcd to try DeWitts Witch Haze alve which has completely curec ne It is a wonderful relief De xVttts Witch Hazel Salve cure ytihout leaving a scar Sold it Vernon Drug Co SJrid Comfori in TRAVEL Means The Henderson Route Free RechningChair Cars on all trains between LOUISVILLEKentucky 1j and St LOUIS COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES to THK WEST AD SGUTHWEST Lit you contemplate a trip orj a hangejf location in the near fu ets the HENDERSON HABIT l IROUTE heCMFORT JINR and a ci train in traveling isal ways a good habit to acquire At least Kveusns the opportu nity of naming your rates We have the equipment the train Sen ice the flee chair cars and the rateS What more do you want r GEOL GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agt LJ IRWIN Gen Pasng Agt ClHENDE SONROUTE Lomsvn UK Kv VEGETABLE SICILIAN flair Renewerl hfoDQtstPthlsalliDI of yourhtlr At this iate yb will soon be any JustremembthatHallsHafrRenewer- stopsflling hair and makes hafcirow ffftLuKc C aml I iL YTrTC s a r J uo i i u Kobert fox 111I e TO OURCUSTOERS I m mc L The yVar 1904 will soon liei thngof tin II im to our friedn s nul custonifrs vvIwlis i uielitmsidlf E a liberal portion thc 1 pttroii e yi do11 ix ntJ out thanks The year 1905 is alftitit upttii usz2iutl th 5 WtHifpr = to make ourbiUincr year Itilelif gctiot1siow prie and honVst dealitur will iceoiiilish Sill aini we have n dotibt but that our efforts will tOtroyliettvitli suc1 I c SSe Yours for misin rsI tRV B COX- MlVer 1 pone Xo 66 ctI rn i IM litibert x H02J H t JnHtHnnHnn1nnnn1nHHn Jn1H1nHnnHH m HHL UW Get YourHI L Moneys aAI Worfh By trading with Jonas McKenzie who always tarries 3 a full andcomplete line Dry Goods lothing = Boots Shoes and Groceries w have in endless Vjuan = tities aml when yon tjade With us remcmlicr vin al = sways get the best Respectfully JONAS McKENZIE Phone No Si2 Alt Vernon Ky lU1UUUU1U1UU1U1U1UHUU1l1HUUUJ 111Ul nil U 1111UU1WR C G GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKJ I Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LtNE 11 Coffins Caskets and R 5es All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled 0 JL Xj t THE BANK OF MT VERNON I Mt Vernon KyI- r wish to say to mir patrons find friends that we apI WE preciate till business horetofqrQientiyistedit us and Splipit a continuance of same In so doing we extend g p pur pStrons all privileges consistent with conservatives ranking No amount too small to roeive our prompt r1 careful atfentionZ V p I lCO IWea z = a ry rvChi Oils SIGNAL MT VERNON ICYf JAN c7 1905 Z9 Call Up lo whenyou w iot to Oommunl cut with SICJNAL 79 I W E G 1 NSHIUL j t i TIME TABLED ll north 1206 p m 20 nrth 257 am 23 jiUlh 129 p 25 South 110 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent phone No 58 dFntrrPdHt the 111lernmt Ky Postoffioe as wvrudelhe mnIIIlr PERSONAL Tams Moore was over from White Station this wetk Mr and Mrs Robert Cox spent Funda with relativtsat Maretburg Mr and Mrs John PetJni lon Arjevviitli their son Dr M Penning V R McClure has moved into jertas McKenzes hou e vacated lat Monda b C M Cummins- C M Cummins has moved to Grays Station Knox county His unity left Mond y for their new R L Jones is recov lasilFridarregro Mii r F Fh left Satnrdax iiorning for Hitit RlChr Ga 10 accept a sipon ws rFeator wit lheL N Mi Besie Fjirn aid little isrr T aic varnk Ittt grand eri iriicii Alva IttI 1lith rL JitiK H nirEt s Fay enter i1cIol t Midvlj t ricted Mimt iwts tree fV tJthlefi of p1lift gtFl fSqnift Kinley was in Satuiday Hiidr rfrted Robert Children Mrs Victiirfx Bradley very low wit typhoid fever Jim P nni gton is spending thi week with his hroiher Dr Monroe Pt nnirg n He willener Heren fO eyr t ttGrMt Cx a bright aid 1 niJsmjj ly ii tie Vi de sec ii n csiltt at tItt Rite t tserdav ndltfi Iil1h pnon for tile SIGNAL fir G V G ntry is whit her duughM Vrs R L J itus at Lex ingtai uho is very til from the eflect ot citimiiil ass nit recent asarttday net rnjg j Critv s here ashtthije Vie dt in his return fr n L ncMir where he took som sock torrll Jf yajseveythitij was slow sale un he Lancaster market Jsme Mi Dm aid the blind boy who is we 1aI d favorably remem 1errd hjthe peoole of Mt Vtrnon i beie tins week Wit i him is his luotbe Aigus ivhuisa phlit igra pbtriitd wino viil probable consol idatelus outfit with Dr M L My t rs Mr and Mrs MCMiller were called to Vrr ail es esterday on count of the death of Mrs Miller sister Ms Luld Green She had lieeii sick about two weeks with pneumonia fe er but accodiug to report ceivt d Wednesday by Mrs Miller it looked favorable hr recvtn She died jesterday i m ruing i LtfCAL Txv witIts Irmnxt Mondv IutitilrT1nit SKK p OAT s Fi Saie i te Gus TAHSN ttjnnl27iui Mt VrrronKx 7 FOR SALK CIIFAPOne bay hnrse wiI work anywhere ELMER LECHLEITHR i 1jm 20 it Mt Vernon Ky James Rbwzee a son of Mrs Rowzte of this county and nephew Xpf J Boreinp Sr died in the hos lat Cincinnati Saturday a liad been making his home in that rr Tcity for some time x LAST NOTICEt i AH taxes not paid bv he FIRST DAY of the FEBRUARY Term of the Rickcastle Circuit Court will le cdvtrJiied ardihe property wild iiifront of the Court house This 1 is o itivelvmy last notice and I eanjp treat all i tEe SRj f 3T FADtDFATJr Y Tue news reached here a few gjtonana As we have no direct reports we do not give this as altogether reliable nTheplaying all the way from zeta down to 10 below this week A 15 oclock Wednesday morning the tempera ture was 10 below the coldest by several dejjiees of any time during the winter or for several winters past Better tohave been horn lucky than rich nr such might he con idered the case with Mrs Mary L ore who uKe to he Miss Mary Pease The deal was effected Mon isInear Pine 1WilhamVa The price paid was 1350 The thirtytwo post offices in Rockcastle county where locate- and how reached Livingston Pine Hill Mt Vernon Maretburg Brodhead and Gum Sulphur of the Knoxville divisot of the L S N Withers Orlendo Langford Willie Conway and Boone o the K C Division of the L Th remaining twenty offices of th county are located on the Star routes and are reached as follows Wabd and Level Green via Mt Vernon and Somerset daily mail Sand Spring Hansford and Bloss via Mt Vernon three mails a week Quail and Ottawa daily and Hiatt three times a week via Brodhead Ceclarville Pongo and Waid three mails a wet k via Hazel Patch Climax and Disputants three mails a week via Conway Merrill an Lockfurd three mails a week via ierea Cooksburg Gaulty an McCrrfclen three mails a week via Livingston Johretta daily via Orlando In addition to these thi ic is also a daily route between Mt Vernon and Oraudo ASSAULTED =Mrs RL Jones who use to be Miss Lou Gentry NhGentry of this county was crim finally assaulted by a negro b th name of James Piersall at Lexing ton last Friday night Mr Jones who is a hrakeman on the L A railroad had left home only a few miiuies heloreto go out on his ru 3d Mrs Jotie heard the negro as he walk d annul d the louse b tlxmght it w s her husband return ing for something Soon she heard the window raise and saw the negro enter she rushed to an adjoining room to call Mr and Mrs who were occupying rooms in the same building Mr Jacobs ruche acids the street to get a d reportt Ueticloser than the yard gate until the negro had gone In the meantime the negro had grabbed Mrs Jon and began his brutal attack on he Mrs Jones made a noble effort to protect herself and did finally succeed in wrenching his revolver MrsIthe negro realizing that he would hardly he able to compete with both women and having lost the gapon his pistol pulled from his begasn over I which so completely unnerved stunned her that she sank to the floor with five long gashes irr her bead cut to the skull and ttasu able to offer further resistant The negro then made his escapi andwent to the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Wagner an aged con pie of 60 years and trade an atta upon them Mrs Wagner w slgh injured while M Wagner e cited two wound trorn Piersall s pistol one taking effect in the hauc and the other in the left breast and conIt day a scratch on his nose receiy durng the encounter with Mrs Wagner leading to his identity search of PierjalFs room after arrest led to the di covety that he if the one who had committed nurn aHebout last few months and in a few hours af his arrest there were elevenIter charges against him and no telling how many rrj ore yet to come Had PUrsill not been quietly re quoted from Lexington and tak to Louisville for safe keepi Fayelte county wotild eviden have had to her credit one tog at the take for the infuria led mob which was rapidly gathering meant to make short wbrktif jimi I r We understtnd another oil corn pany will organize soon total assesedvslue of all ITbe in the county outside the oads is 1201000 for the year 1904 an increase of 38900 over 903 INDORSES COOPER Representative elect D C Edwards say that he had made his recoramenda lion to the President in tbe Eight district collectorship scramble Mr Edwards indorsed FJ Sherman Cooper of Somerset and says h will stand by that recommendation He declined to say what the President had said about the appoint meat but expressed the belief that Mr Coopers name would be sent whoIas has not taken any steps in tlhe malter so far as known J I TIN HSrrO S D Magee is in Cincinnati this MtdVernon was in town TuesdaySam Magee W C Mullins and James MonidayMesdames J Carter and Geo Re nolds are on the sick list Finne Hill was a visitor at Dr W J TuesdayeMrs Josephine Elmore and the M teJellirnMrsrelatives in Crab Orchard last week The Pie Supper at Calla way Hall Monday evening was a financial success Gordon the lit tie son of George Preston caught fire Thursday of last week and was seriously burned His life was saved by the courage and presence tayearoldoson Jobn Preston who caught anddhim in a mud puddleMrs IterDr Bow Supt S B Missions of Louisville preached at the Baptist church last Friday night He was greeted bv a large audience wboI were dehghted with the sermon An appeal was made to all Christians present to pledge themselves to foer year responded The Dr 5s well pleased with the progressof the work done here as the folowing taken from The witn1a F P Gates has done a Arutwas in Octo ber igo2 In February following Bro Gates entered upon the work therewith 6 untrained members passt year they have built a nice house and furnished it nicely and have given over 60 to missions They tbeiisr owe easily the leading church id Rockcastle Association They entertained Breo harms There will be missionary exercises at the Baptist church Feb 5 1905 at 715 p m A special program has been arranged consisting uf recitations by the children letters from foreign missionaries with a number of good appropriate songs D JOt miss hearing the choir of little girls sing Over the Oce- aWavei n was glad wneu they said boasne of the Lord Ps 122 i Certain the people cau heartily say this tithat attend the services at thi Bap fist church in Livingston It is well said by many that it is a few of good things for the soul On last Sunday Morning the efficient spokecl on resolveas d to try to lead at least pne soul to Christ this year At night there was a special song and prayer ser vice led by Bro Jacob Sambroo- We all enjojed a beautiful solo Prof James McDonald of edrifle Ky rendered in a most ctllent manner Not half has been told Surely this beautiful hymn sung with such expression gave heartsearching thoughts for meditation for every one present The pastor then spoke on Endure Hardness to very attentive listen ers after which the congregation hymseaChrist will me His aid afford Three came forward to unite wi the church We hope every reader enof the Signalwho live in the vicin auofn ho y invitatirn on se ingingupraiseGodoCromwbqmallhleSs1 COLLEGE NEWS Motto of our class Labor Ora nit Vmcit The attendaiic ha bn very good in spile of the coul weather Mac Magee left Friday her par ents having moved front Brodhead to Lancaster where where is a good graded school We are sorry to lose Mae from our class as she was one of the strongest members Miss Taylor entertained the collegiate pupils ntthe dormitory willepreach at the Preshyteian chapel both morning and evening next Sunday if there is no other service in town The Juniors fj U Ali K Proctor bought1 A G S JM Craig a cow for 53oRmn- tett Hasty and fan ly whom we reportedas going to Kansas hated cided to remain in Kentucky a vhile longer David Herein and family are going to Eubanks to make that t illage their home Mrs Eliza Herrin an octogenarian has been ill with rheumatism but is convalescing J 11 Brow n bought of A G J M Craig several barrels of corn for bblat the crib Several brethrene and sisters attend church re at providence each Lords day but not as many as should or could at nd if they so desired The Church Christ at Providence has a mem bership of between three and four hundred yet only fifteen to twenty members arc attending the regular Lords day services The officers who are conducting the services deserve more encouragement than they are receiving but ifthey will holdout faithful their efforts will surely and truly be crownedwith success Muse ARKS 4 8T1X BootsShoesRtbberslCest Silanlae ECBOQ05 4 BIRTHS Born to the wife of Chas C Da Vis on the iist a fine girl baby Mr and Mrs D T Cummins of Withers are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl at tlzeir houuecBorn to the wife of W F Rader girl e MATRIMONIAL BULLOCKBuLLOcKMr Bolan Bullock and Miss Mary Mandy El ner Sarah Angelina Malissa Jane Bullock were married January 18 at time home of the bride Eld Perry Bullock officiatin- gNICIIOLSDYROn January 19 Mr John Nichols and Miss Mattie Dyer were married Squire Kinley officiating HALIHIBBARD Mr Jas HallI werepat groom January 19 Eld Hampton Taylor officiating CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS The fault of giving children medi cine containing injurious substan ces is sometimes more disastrous than the disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for chil then to take It confeibis tiolhin harmful and for coughs colds an croup is unsurpassed For sale at Cbas C Davis drugstore bistm blood poison caused by a lobster pinchKentuckYYill he entitled to 24 delegates to the International Sun dy School convention at Toronto June 2327 AyersAyers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry Pectoraldu- es inflammationnltheals willthi ali about this cough medicine I ueA heroCberry Pectorlln- nvb for th iihsears etatuAroMKBOYAppleton scCcrl r weloorinrz lrrfor Weak Throats PHte 1uItI recovery lAyer vest ltat I rr f r Jfr mThe Bottom Ii = + N order to make room for Spring Goods wetsacrifice on winter goods f Mens heavy i Fleeced 12 50 i7 50 5 00 t t7 200 Prs and that were are ma 4 r AND f and are the for and tion I ever sold J R a of l are easy to and I tell my to try and if not to and get but had a C in the arry out Hit tog to the to the for a of At 2 in tbe had to a that the to it and a J was into and more one Jwere a of and of in of the is that 500 were or i the to anil the barn in The that will up the of thee the is and i t A ct1 my and nerve I MAS and any and all run As I was and it I felt as as I ever did in my life new life and use the Mt store 50 in his mes to the that a law be for the of news that are and he is for it by men ofall v of The the Is the state the iiwt l j h y t I Mens Mens Mens ILadies A complete line t the kt IOLD IRON ithaye thoGoods you WE suit king the fCSTOMACH TROUBLES CONSTIPATION Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets best thing stomach troubles constipa have says Cullman druggist Potterville Mich They take always give satisfaclton customers them satisfactory cojne back their money have never complaint For saleratChas Davis drugstore The climax strike situa 6whenntheir program march Winter Palace petition Emperor redress their grievances oclock afternoon thdcrowd grown such degree soldiers undertook disperse The strikers offered resistance volley fired theme than hundred persons killed including number women children Conflicts minor importance occurred other parts city audit estimated people killed dl1ringthednysfightingShort closed soldiers having gone bivouac strikers cading themselves their holds strike leaders declare they keep fight The feeling middle classes against autocracy bitter resumpion VERY CLOSE CALL stuck engine although ached w11BellamrBurlington Iowa weak pale without appetite down about toj letticdBitters after taking well Weak sickly rundown people ways gain strength vigor from their Try them Satisfaction guaranteed soldat Vernon Drug Cos Price cents Gov Pennj backer sage Pennsylvania Legislature recommends passed suppression papers objectionable being severely criticised political parties UonCo t statesARllf1CA greatest Htlonintbewc5rJdi greattit coaura rof cof- feeLieNO ff e etatidu4bertraoeof every andterritory Union wbyV 7r iZ i I Iv o r if t Q = o n SIGNAL4octs J C t rif 4 i 11 I r1 4z Pt1 tll EU1 t PRINT u 3g H rS I U F EnreePcStatements you will always hare the vest WRITE us FOB SAMPLES AND PRICES i r i j1 YL t vM t 3 I PRICE We have sold our store and must dose out our at CUT IN Come and buy vour Shoes and aF Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goody 5 tlfat you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF F SONS Jt Vernon Kentucky I r To Cure a Cold in One Tike BPOmO Quinine Tablets I tSew MOtm boxes sold In past 2 months This Signature 6 CVNTKACTKD CHKONIC DIARR nOR WIIILK ix PHILIPPINES VhiIevviththeUS Armv in from this terrille disease for over three gars and tried the frc crip lions of numerous physicians hit found nothing that did me any gno Colic until I tried Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two small bottles of which en titcly cured ute and I have sine hid no return ofthedieaseIHerman Stein Pueblo Colorado 3 C Davis drugstore resort Mountain Route Quickest sche ale and solid trains Iullman slee ers chair cars et from St Lot to Memphis daily Now is the eason to visit this great resocLow round trip rates liberal Handsome descriptive literatu furnished free For rate m folders etc call on nearest Ticlt Ag ntor adiress R T G Mattltet looP A Room Sot Norton Bdg Louisville Ky The indications are that the will he no strike on the Peons vania railroad The 11to between General Manager Att bury and the trainmen are beiugI SAVED Fxon TERRIBLE DEATH i The family of Mrs M L Bob Irttt of Bargerlowu Tenn saw her dying and sere powerless to save rte her Tilt most skillful physicians andevery remedy used failed vhilecottsuiiipuon was slowly but surety taping her life In this tF 3Sair into joy The first bottleIbrought immediate relief continued use completely j Its the must certain cure in the vorW for a1 throat and lung troub t les Guaranteed bottles 500 an 55U41gatles free at Mt VercqaJ DtugCo I by j It JljJS Itgne5We5tley ed 81G Wells Street MAIUFITTE WIR Sept 2i 1944 for 1was aU run down from nerrons ha leN eadoverwcrk and had torcsign my 1CoiHionand take a rct I not fomid that was notgainirgmr etrraethnd as vba and your Wore of Cardui was recommended mcl1 a good ntdicine for tile iih ct av sex ought r tattle and been teas with thezesnlbi tom he use of the firstt bottle and took three mere sod tl found rvae reStored to good health ill n and atc to take up workwith wed vir I and ani Ileaaedt8 endorse i- tAQS rill WI- fyY STLEY onl1l iac1 roilaudsodesr Mr fie urc a 1144 bottle fWbc ofaCerdui and a paeiaio TSedbd BlackDraught torL CARDUI rII Y tf i 7 w GUT 12 TWO 1 building goods PRICES HALF Overcoats GTofMngr of GENERAL MERCHANDISE KRUEGER Laxative chron1ic ARKANSASt atiDicoIJcry streety omeideritafinetonicardexcelentfor WINEOF IN TWO Shirts Day J QUBenCrescent RJute SHORTEST LINE tyD QUICKEST SCHEDULES BLrNtENI1noogaKnoxville i Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville I Birmingham New Or1ean Shreveport eandTexas Points E fl AIKEN Tray Passr Agt 89 E lain Strxingtort Ky WiA tiARRm Gen C RINEA SON Con Pass At reillLLLlMS URG dWmPerkiu one of our leading confinedus to u r Phasedand will erect a large brick bu numballbreavs terms t he penitentiary ranging from one to five years while others have beer fined in sums from the 5230The grand jury has and some of our young vho have been visiting their cousins have returned homeIIt wiUno doubt be pleasant news to the fair sex throniro this Judicial district to learn tic JarvishaveNellie Freeman of Bergin is visit ing the family of her uncle Judge H F Finley She will probably remain leJe a few mouths and teach a class in painting in which art she has great talentOu last riday evening at the Belmont udge Morrow gave a candy party a few of the very small girls of the town And there was absolutely no cause for the big girls gild widows to get mad about it for s not believed by the best judges that this party bad any matrimoni- alslgmficancelodge John Smith one of the oldest land marks of our night in his He was born 1ighlrseenthYear plot for Wit off and was one of the best and most useful citizens of this community No MORE STOJIACII TROUBLE All stomach trouble is removed the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without ths stomachs aid The food builds up- the body the rest restores the jtoDyspepsia Cure J D Erskine of Aflenville Mich i says I suffer heartburn and stomach trouble in some time My sister in laws hud the same trouble and was able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water AfI ffDspepsia ItlSKodol me instant relief Sold hyMt Vernon Drug Op Charles Va farmerof Todd the counto Ky was killed at darks Tenn ti the explosion of a shell a relic of the Civil War Ware was in the office of ate warehouse alone at the time kisbel1 v =Cores Grip in Two Days ori every box 2sc Mgr V gave WONDKRFTIL NERVE Is displayed by many a man during pains of accidental e u wounds bruises burns scalds s rej theresst no ernerStive will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best salve arthis earth for piles tco25cts at Mt Vernon Drug Ws store N1tYorksouaft w Tammany Hall is dead of iujur aceticSaturday ia nt chine was at the rate ofa mile in forty scolds at the time of the acI atcldent At Winchester Judge overruled motions of both and defendants for new plaintifff MarcumHargis damage suit An grBnteditoOf r c picture of the IDHEabo fish js the trade Scotts EniuLsion and is the synonym for stJ J1fth and purity It is sold o alinost all the civilized coon globet became entice cl1lamIit liver SIIScdtGsmulMali ing caItake it and get the full value of oil witJiout the objectionable c taste Bcotts Emulsion is th weaklnclaruitil Diwnstingnndlost Jitnd for five sttSCOTaati yKABI no 3k and ite0 4Ud gik i 1 f CMtf t 5 w a14IraYrOSr t 7I t GO TO f l J C HOCKER COIfor IWtiBterweight UNDeltweftR YOU CAN BUY IT NOW AT 3313 PER CENT- DISCOUNTi J G ROCKER 5 CO Livingsfon KIjI BUODHEAl Rev A J Pike of this pacej fi led his leguar appointmj Kirltsviilesir ni Joe Benton lumber man has been in our toff most of the weekF L Thom son traveling salesman tor Lou ville Grocery Co was with our merchants this week Mr T splendid salesman and has ma friends hereW P Tharp who has had rheumatism forsome ti ieotiable Jo be outQuite a Hum n of jourig folKS of Crab Orcha ayick Willie Beuton visited Missj IMissSparks of Mt Vernon rat weekMrs Sturgeon of is the gnestofMrI and Mra tur eon WdSjiuto London Moudav to work as day operator Mr Baswell rIH- ess Crah OrchaJd was here ou first of the week Misses busiI vie audMyrtle Adams of this went to Berea Tutsday to v- ieni it their aunt Mrs loneL1 Jarj tcrett is improcing slowly tonic Bionaugh of Crab Orchc r is tht guest of Mrs L C Smith Fulleu Francisco was in Livings aton on business first of the week Mr Saljn of Salvisa is again ty brotherin law J W Hutchv wastheon list first of the week Jno Magee and family contemplate moving to Lancaster soon We regret to give up good citizens hope the change will be to th lsinterestRev J G Livingston filled hisregular appointment at Iety Christian church Sunday He has gain been called as pastor or that Church Mr J H Albright who has been on the sick list is con valcscirig now W ANTED 100000l MINK arid SKUNK SKINAnd uthella furs at extremely Li prices Address A E BURKHA DT International Fur Merchant ICIncinnati Ohio Four persons were killed and ofIthemthe L S N railroad near Shaw froIe of the engiucers forgot his orders BEST FOR THE BOWELS ibebowelaahspe1oleatDbyatc S plnctheCANDY CATHARTIOF CANDYPleuant alceneS3Sterling ers KEEP YQUR BLOOD CSJIM Four Americans were killed ambush by Yaqui Indians in t pf Sonora Mexico One Mex was also tilled The party returning from a visit to mm propeitiev belonging to a C1i syndicate when attacked DOMESTIC TROUBLES to find a faint NIeiiires occasionally but these can be sened b Dr s New 2DifeJ workv in mid Liver troubles They l only relieve you bat cur ldie MR Ds FRIEND MELVIN WESTERFIELD KENTUCKYS CONVENTION JIENIVe have o us a copy o th mijiuUictiut t the Twenti So aieiith Annual state Convention u5 vt1the K uruckt Young Mens Christ theis1905 These conventions are geyfou throughout the State because their large representations ermen from all prts of the State at JaresenteIvention are Pres F W Hinitt D D Danville Frank H Burt Chi caJo S D Gordon Cleveland C Micheuer Dr Geo J Fisher G Knebel Geo B Hodge To Keenan New York City E W Peck State Secretary Minnesota President J C Acheson Danville and other representative men of the State The music will be in charge andIAssociation There are to be several new and important features of the Couven dlion this year which will add large ly to its efficiency Large dale a ttonsfrom the 79 Associations the State are expected In adatdi hitionto these men members evangelical churches in commuuii ties wLere there are no Associa Dons and who are interested Christian work for young men a invited to ahead and participate in correspoudingir not over five from such a communi will be entertained by the citi aIPr g name and address of pastor or clerk of church is sent to the State Secje retary by February loth The railroads of the State have given a talc of one and onethird fare for the round trip For all eutioSI5 ll ihlSttion Special on Thursday February i6th leaving tire Seventh tlgarrivingOwensboro Cunventionltinformation address Henry E Rosevear State IILousvllle The Texas Tsai OF THE COTTON BELT ROOT E IS THE FAST ONE c L0 Leaves St Louis 500 p m eerf da arrives Pine Hluff Texarkaitaj Shreveport t Iu the forenoonI it reaches ort Vorhi Tyler Cursicana gr W co Houston Beaumont Lake Charles i Only one night on the road to South Texas and the Gulf Coast country Handsome equipment comfort new chair cars Pullman steel and cafe cars where you can algetWrite us about your trip ands e yhea Smonth LECotton Belt Route St Louis or MoI QUIInN lathGroves signatute IS on each box cts The stroke of a lious paw is the third strongest force in tjie anircal ofefteC91 t alal ofa giraffe 1 Headquarters for SHOESHATS Gum Boots Rubber Shoes Overalls IN FACT EVERY THING YOU HAVE TO WEAR i TEXAS FRUIT LANDS IKODUCE EARLY CROPS WKiCH IJRINfJ F1NCV- PRICKS o In T xa they begin sirppicgj IaY1itprices up North The growing season is muc chapdcc ma e or crops tiling the expense of getting through the winter Fruit and truck lands along tl cheaAp untomtproved When put to orchard truck they can be made to yie h 100 to 200 per acre and more Besides its an ideal climateno long cold winters Write forbook let on fruit and truck growing E W LABEAUlIEGP lACotton Belt Route St Lour Mo TONIC TO THE SYSTEMI For liver troucles anti constipa ilion there is nothing better Urn DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills They do of of weaken the stomach Their action pon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of La taireDeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills have used gripe and make me sick in the stomachand never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief The are simply perfect Persons the find Little Early Rizers t most reliable remedy to carry wit them Sold bv Mt Vernon Drug Co SEWING lVIACflINESI dIto get goo argams m sew machines We have full Big Arm 5drawers drop head ma chines with full set of attachments for 150010 cars guarantee We also keep all kinds of shuttles needles ter for ever machine that s made And besides that welat all kinds of that is in Cnprice Telephone Owens store neat Sparks Quarry rjan 6 tf W M OWIvSI iTO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Rulway or Iron Mountain Route iirom St Louis Cairo or Alrmpbi- eatly reduced Oueway toluni rats on February 21 March 21 y05 to Arkansas Texas Iudm ard CklaiGina Territories an t12ttShomesetker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets Ot1sllePr every first and third IS n Laudsrtrip rates now Ia ct to winter resorts of the West an Southwest Liberal limits and stn elFStandardhi via Missiuri Railway Iron Mountain Route also per sale sbnally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur to California without chauge criptheliteraturemap folders furnished free For particu rs rates etc console nearest Agent or address R T G 11Norton ger than all the French doUttnIand forty e German Empire t y w r + SS C C Williams ATTORNEYATLA MT VERNON KY ofThegitxttiPhone No So M L IVTYERSi t fDentistIOFFICE At residence on Cld WilliamsPHONK No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon JC icCLAKY Undertaker Emba1mer Complete l X Eof Caskets IIIs c O iMs hy rIhno attend clrtr tJv The VERANDA HOTEL H UO1FEY PROPR t nfonl Ky travelinglIroom on floor guestscRATES 200 der day 1eW M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky orGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones FIRSTCLASSSATISFACTION MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR Monday JlonnMondaySeptemCOURTThlr ICHURCHES ClurchPrackiog t73op innllay chool h30 a m MeetingEvery7huroday750pmy allaerriees thehThWtunla1PrayeJeetioMASONIC lODdayMT VEKNON R A C6APTER No MONDAYhMACCABEES KO T MTKXTt1toI meet every Tr Rod 3rd Monday at 730 p m cmSIndigestion Ctaviai of theStomachFor many years it has been supposed kM lndgrattoaand Repealedmucous membranes Using the stomach sad thuscauIng Iecalled Mnhtmticoua membranes lining the stomach protects the rtalagodp3ia and all stomach troubles EMISettle RetalatalraSl00hlae2t IteM pared by C DeWITT OOOltteyo M FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO thePiusStomachat Chas C Davis drugstore HANDDr Kinls New fOR coksumyouaxs aid OLH iFrSarettand QeiekeatOare fI1