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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u I d tt J rfi c cstabilshed 1887 Nri h I 1 VOLUME XVIII MT ROClWASTLJj KY FRIDAY FEIIKrAEV 17 ion1TTT1T II U i U 1 U i It I IIi nutetiou qui T is quite possible to get grip without joining a secret society You avoid getting the grip this cold weather buying from us an wearing a good 11 Overcoat Suit Shoesand Underwear We still have plenty of wear to close at prices that beats a farm in Texas bits a There are two ways t double your money change it into bills and fold themanother way change from high price j merchants to us 5 ant lOc SALE Such prices as these make our business grow by leaps and bounds 4 qt Stew Pans 5 cents 4 at Dairy Pans 5 cents lOc Shaving Brushes 5 cents 8x10 Bread Pans 5 cents Rolling Pins 5 cents 75ft Galv 10 cents I Big Frying Pans 10 cents l 4 burs 5c Toilet Soap Guyot Suspend 10 cents School Rulers o cents Best Linen Tablets 5 cents Books 5 cents 50 5 cents 50 Sheets Note Paper 5 cents Fine Towell Rollers 10 rents 2gitl1 in fearing Pails 10 cents Hatchets 10 cents 25c French Harps 10 cents i f r r 1 it 1 II ers I GROcERIES II a UR Grocery Department is a very hot member We the be UncauseandSave lonov for yon I orWCk110Wgood goods at low prices and that is an enjoyment 1youlen buying in every line in house in i 11O CANNED cGOODSPEACH DRIP SYRUPS in fact any tliiug to cat When in need of something for DINNER or come in and let us supply your wautsmt eSIIIt is better to sleep on cent than lie awake o F sixV r OUR MOTTO Small Profits and Quick Sales Ue J J J p j OK All A few days ago we were all de lighted to have a few days wa weather and many predicted iilat fondhopesment So it is all along the jour neyof life one day rye are buoyed tbefutureble to the earth but jtist as cert as summer follows winter whet we wait patiently for it or not just foundatchangedfruitionur to minds not to expect too much in this world so when we have fail and let us not t down in despair but take Ire courage from the experience ga ed andrenew our efforts as the poet has saidMdaydAndjustas sure as spring follows hopesybe We have a new society formed Theyherethemselves the Youths of Hon 111da a very good name if their actin merit it which I have no doubt they will They have au oyster supper on the night of the provJthrough the postofllce oil the 14 gldad nt by some bashful lover who took advantage of the custom to say sweet words to his lady love while some took occasion to give stab in the back by sending some hideous looking picture at which many tike to send but few placOlast Sunday by brother Davis At tendance very small on account oj of inclement weather Several couples went Drain here last youfarm ghenbof erts of Gum sntphurlC Mrs Nathan Cress continues seriousl illW G ProctorsI rm5 0iwi1t11 I several days before it w3H be run denseveralweek and took them to Stanfo Monday County Conrt day E Proctor has 300 bzleh of clot er hay for saleYClibiondarCImanyare authorized meltistimeHamhaser for several years and is an hon a facapable embttearthewhich in the event of his eleeti 01inue theycitizensSTARTLING BUT TRUE anPeopIerifted on of the weaasix hundred people lost their lives nuhern our erhloniaCLticeu agaicoulds stcRemedypneumohaewarded Pl use of this remedy Tile followi instance of this sort cannot be said in faver tespecially tidLauratothreatageD3signover Pennsylvania agricultural exhibit nappwho milked her 35899110 Oil wells rThe9080725The out but i 890100 DESERVED hverpttroubles Yortakefamoushtlte pills are mild pit ant and harmless but effective sure 1heiruuiversaJ use form year J5astrong guarantee of Wdruonaor1 1jjr Mr C S Xejslingt turned httsinesstiprnt tul ISrwho has been working in the South has returned home to a few wecScsr3ro Ned filled Irisre hr appointment at tee Baptist rch Saturday any undaY1 and Mrs W C piaherIe Willmdtt Etta Cable rind Mirtle Reynolds are the sick four towr Sena o Farris of Lancaster hereTuesday tpingling with t t merchants Mrs R H Bast has returned to her home in La caster after spending awee3wi her parrents Hr and firs J H Hilt onMiss Sallie and Mrs Lou 1l0ndayinHot Walter Miller was called home Saturday last off account of illness of his y imgent son Mrs L C Smith an son Frank spendtwoGranville Leece spent front Satur until Monday with Mrs M E Mr Richard Shivell N bridge mum is hoiiie on the sick list this weekMr F Francisco who has hadiT severer attack ofrheumatism is sloyrlp im The school of this plat Tuesday fast Ve have hat respectItier as teachers Miss tSturgeon u of East Wood Ky is the guest of Mr and Mrs E P Sturgeon Miss Myrtle Wells and brother froqtSatnrdthis placeMr Hutcheson casnier of the Citizens Banlt pf this e has gone to New trope ort this week His bi thfinlaw Mr Salin will take fiarge the bank during his absence M Hysinger a prosperous er of this county acid Miss Grace Roberts a vice young lady this town were married at Mr OrchudMonday them much happiness I 1L TFL GRJ5EX ofDrhas cast a gloom over our le community for none knew himDmy my neighbor and kind and obedient pupilel ving must go he has gone was a member of the Church of st at this place He was hart cotosnow are wJy ast Ping tl ia nearly a year Norton lin traded a part of their goods is place to the farm of Y C decdfarmgoods to Rockcastle river and ark in the mercantile business es srs Norton and Hamlin wit the business here where have a good trade The price rooIWe 1weatherlax divorce laws If our preach oftennoCbr1sta ouagainstcauses but tllek are too to spool Tlic Catholics I am been thentathe gi1protCtantbrethreado theTootold nhyearlievbyje snow and zero have come d in was sntotyagethere is some reality in this snowis be thiscontended that we were minus a until the May snow put nan earance He then said 1 told youso BUCK VARNON food CIIAIDERr S COUGIi REYIUjy 111IP ens an e drhaveeverywhere It is especially by mothers of small children colds croup and whooping as it always affords quick re oandlr gr ahairdon miihogs is the thickest e ItS hoe 1 J rryA 1 JI ro I YJYJv v 9 a9 rt vY r + C I z tf ce f rt Ik t i t t rJ+8B bWjnia a err S Bargain Store af 10cfs Each tipair Towels 1 Mans Cap 1 pi Meiis Gloves 1 Childs Under Shirt 1 pr Childs Shoes x 1 Cabinet Picture Frame 1 pr Spectacles 1 2blade Pocket Knife 1 Set Spoons n ABOVE 1 8 3 1 1 1 PopperIs Girthf= Food9ti1 vit you will visit our store all Ltito room for a Spring the the we the and let us sA f ff 3 THOS CHERRY f DHFADa HEADQUARTERS FOR BARG11NS sjflTWUiODTTiTTTJ7VDLfagLpk rr s bi I Gibraltar Rockcastle m Financial Institutions CITIZeNS BftNK Im OF BRODNEAD KY I a imgIndividuals pantmP r r3 percent on of c lilt dlfckt1m I J W HUTCHESON Cashier I r l wP1h = = = W still holds on with ice S Ar who has been on the sick list belloutoJ Ill is visiting great many birds have found to death cold spell StocK feed is be ning to scarce and high We read the snake story by our old of in last en We could not e all of it for we have since we a small lad and sure he had quit es in midwinter moren twen years a oHarveyChenault is this week on bui- nessWe understand there will a very surprising in section in the near IN you dont that many pain poisons originate in your but some day you may feel of dyspepsia that will con you Dr Kings New Life SiCk1t1eTry them The of trade acknowledge rOdhemjto PJIYSICIwant a ld and gentle easy to take and etlainlsStomSalebfqtSCt lb Green bars Big Deal Soap bars German 2ft Rule 1 Rope HnulUr Hatchet Spur and Strap tee at of on our y y all get were you IOD 0 IT His nose was His hair was red Anil he An head His were coarse His legs were He to say pigeontoedAnd him shOttoHis His was ear to ear His head was bald greenHisHis lean And yet woman him He had one eye goneiaIlls arm in pawn humpedHis He was a That is all And yet a woman him It not How hard the face How be The outer case How the job planaso The a man A woman then will love him a of the tmo a cure a or two at J LiceTabletsbe off or osr appearssolibyCba partoLmmureis Out Published Friday VERNON COUNTY the can by war for six GREAT Clothes- Lines 10cents- Mens Composition Envelopes II ourI Everything VEGETABLES BREAKFAST SUPPERe per OUCHAlll disppointraents iiJioutcti temporalWe POPULARITY BKODKEAD Every 1 j I Can 1 Can Polls Toinutoos 1 3lh Can Pie tpackage Stock Mnnldirhave price find l1Ientr blrgsllns lLnnminnmrF only Remember g You need goods need money COME trade with ta i The of County r J I i m interest deposits i ifJ 1iv CONWA1i- nter plenty andsnowMr relathe- shereA frozen during friend Kinj Lancaster Record known quite Richmond wedding future POISON FOOD Perhaps realize twinge gstores boards THE BEST When Davis drug Coffpo Family Soap Hammer items such goods m m ISNT snubbed possessed ugly bowed strange loved stretched Prom body a loved remnant loved matters homely botched thing Chicago Chronicle SICK HEADACHE This distressing ailment results from disordered condition warded greatly lessened t IThe richest which1 rain wash glass Butter Dish Whip Lash Saddle Coffee oils Corn Poaches Rnttnr this you will rnrl make yon W Robert seeing hands mouth will IX OPTHEFOR THK EASTS DISTRICT OsVKENTUCKY In the matter anrupJosephStanford Ky Feb 9 1005 A meeting of the creditors of the above named who has been adjudged Bankrupt will be held at the office of the Referee in Stan ford Kyou the soth day of Felt mary 1905 at 9 oclock a m to elect a Trustee for the estate of transactioncome before the meeting Comply ActIJ N SAUNDERS Referee in Bar kruptcy AGUARANTEED FOR PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggsts refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how longstanding in 6 tOtt days First application gives ease awl rest 5oc Ifyour druggist hasnt it send 5oc in stamps aid it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icine Co St Iol1is Mo The feeding of 100000000 peo pie will be the biggest problem in this country insWe of twentyfive years A standard living has beer concHIa cn great variety The teeming millions of old world f are content to live oh the plainest F rnd coarsest of food u v MT VERNON SIGNAL I I FRIHAY FEB 17 1905 i Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC Advertising rates made known at application Sas the Winchester Democrat The Democratic party of the State demands that Judge Hargis should resign his posit t i as a member of the State Central Com mittee for the Tenth Congressional district One o his boasts in the past has been his devotion to the Democrat ic party and he can now show that devotion by resigning the position he holds on the State Committee He could have shown it by notak ing for the position when the last State Convention met but he didnt take that view By trade and combinations he succeeded in getting the support of every delega tion from the Tenth District ex cept the one from Clark county t If he hid then placed the party V interest above his own he would not havt sought a vindication which hj and his friends knew he could gt only at the price of great injury tc the party he claims to love so vell- Common decenc now demands that he hall retire from the Com inittee but a great many people of Kentucky believe that he is be fyond tht pale of common decency We are not acquinted with the party law and therefore do not f know Whether or not it is within the pnvv v of the Committee to moveJ Ju Jge Hargis but if the power exists the Committee owes it to th part 7 10 exercise it promptly Representing onesixth of the Dem cuts 01 tIe Tenth district protest against Judge Hargis leing upon the Committee So speaks every true Democrat Jin the ths State Away with assas I and the sooner the better AT St Paul Minnesota in order to settle the quejtiou whether or not a woman could kiss a dog once a day for thirty days without se i rious inj jry to the dog or herself a wager was made and the result j1 is three dead dogs ore woman very f wiirantrtr others nrcTsuftcringwiib nervous nausea What has become of the M naesota Humane Society POLITICS AND POLITICIANS 43 Gov Beckham Tuesday after noon signed the bill for the pur chase ofhe Hunt property for the site of th new Capitol The ad ditional block desired by some memo brs of the General Assembly will not be purchased V J Goerch Repre ental5ve from Sinipscn county announces that he will not be a candidate for Speaker of the next House So farR Miller of Madison Hen ry Lawrence of Trigg and Thos Drewry of Louisville are the only announced candidates With Congressman George Gil bert out of the way should he con clude not to be a candidate for Con gress agan there promises to be a big field of aspirants to succeed him as Representative from the Eighth Congressional District at the close af the present term Information received Jere through members ol the General Assembly from the counties of the district is that Madison county will have a can didate in the person of either Judge Jerre Sullivan or Representative c Dick Miller that Lincoln will present either Harvey Helm or Rep resentative J M Alverson that Representative Sam Cockran of Garratd has the bee in his bonnetI and that the Hon L H Carter of Anderson is also a prospective starter The latest possible starter is Attorney William J Price of the county of Bovle Mr Price is a young man qualified in every way to ably represent the district and strongiyI Is a near relative of Col Robert Evans of Boyle the county chair man and lias a host of influentiali friends that end of It is being urged that Bojle hasnt had the Congressman since the service of Judge Durham nearly a r quarter of a century ago the selec tion having since that time gone continuously to Madison and Shel by except for the brief time it was held by Mtrcer county and by a Republican from Lincoln Mrc Price took a prominent part in the GilbertMoore fight at the Shelby yule convention last year and at one time during the convention was suggested as a compromise candidate Courier Journal fMj Gilbert ba111 every possible way told every man woman and child in this district that he will not y stand for a renominatjpu Why we therefore ask any doubt exist on tliisscpnAddUbeedi tors of the Shelby tIle Sentinel IoProperty worth over 400000 was destrcved by fire at laftcO Mobilej r s11 iei A C Hi- rr5SHOES 67 WJ iW fE D3D J- Z AT COST We have a few dozen Ladies Gents and Childrens z Shoes which will be sold at Uost Bargains 3 Come and examine stock U A C- HIATT HIATr IIKENTUCKY IIi i i A C HIATT imiisiOLD IIIGKOIir CHIPS 0 By our Associate Editor J An egg famine is the latest an nouncnmeut The barn stormers may look for a Setter season Exactly one year after the great fire in Baltimore the Baltimore American moved into its new build ng Pretty active fur an old jour nal of years randlUotherslthat live separately is not suited to our present method of living Professor Pickering of Harvard College says he is watching sunspots closely The rest of us are satisfied to be some ninety tuitej million mil js away from them It is sud tint Newfoundlanders are confident that the Senate will ratify the Hay Bond tieaty at the present sesson of Congress When Fewfoundland learns to know the U S Senate a little better she my find that her confidence has been misplaced Many officers serving in the Poilippines are said to be unable to pay their debts General Cor bit thinks it is because they are married and uses the fact to illus trate his objection to junior officers marrying when thev have no other income than their pay Representative BaKer of Brook lyn occupies with his wit and wis lon thirty of the seventy pages of the Congresional Record published Februar 8 Mr Baker has but a few days in Congress and he is tty iSgtoinakeair the history possi file in the short term that is left him Senator Mitchell of Oregon wrote a letter to his partner but the United States attorney has it and it will come up in evidence against him It begins My dear Judge I am almost afaid to write a word as the scoundrels will miscon stue every thing and distort allthat- is Roosevelt a son of the President is a pupil at a quaker school in Washington The sup position isthat he is sent there for the spiritual influence but it is a significant rather than characteristic of the President that be should have selected the only schoel in the city for young boys that has gj mnasium and track Coxey and his army tried to march up the Capitol steps Then a bi cyclist was arrested for attempting- it andnow an ex hall player of Pennsylvania is going to try to run a 0 horse power automobile up them Jus because a few men have gotten into Congress so easily is not a sign that just anything can getup the Capitol steps A new trade mark law will be come operative on April the first of this year April Fools day The Government registration fee which is twentyfive dollars under the present law will be redured to ten dollars It is not necessary as un der the present for the applicant for trade mark registration to make path that his trade mark has been used in commerce with a foreign country It will be sufficient for him to show that it has been used n commerce outside his own State It is a matter of very great regret that the Senate and President have agreed to disagree concerning the necessity of amending the arbitra lion treaties and it emphasizes nonadaptive machinery of our government in its relations to foreign rowers Senates and Presi dents have diragreed before The first treaty ever sent to the Senate was amended and it was not recall ed that that body has since failed to exercise its amendatory function The Senate is jealous of its dignity and its reutation as a deliberative body No one will deny it the dis tinction of being deliberative Several of its members hold the record f havinjg spoken continuously b 1iU1e1eana i In all the fashionable centres of the country throughout this zero weather may be seen fine loses shorn clipped to the skin shivering and wretched in the intense cold while their drivers have ex tra warm underclothing heavy evercoats and fur mufflers and fur gloves Is this the twentieth century and have we a Christian civil izUion INEWS ITEMS dry bva vote of 236 058 The Japanese Government is said to have bought million ol bushels ofoats in the Dakotas The freight dspot at Ghs ov Ky was destroyed by fire the loss being estimated at 40000 Nathan Harlow was arrested in Lexington Ky on the charge o bigamy He is said to have three wives About one thousand officers in Porto Rico including police teach ers and clerks are to be taken luto taecivil service A special session of the House of Representatives was held Tues diy to pay tribute to the memoiy of the late Senator Hoar Notice iiaa cen issued at An napo is hat naval cjJ is ot other than the fir class vvtio are caught s ticking will be dismissed 1rand Mrs George W Dun yule of VaiiKtuti outuh Dakota tripletsing Tnere are 25 boys Mr Dun ville is 42 earsof age and Mrs Dun yule 38 Time Ifit Tht t Commerce Corn aii assigned daies for amumber of hearings in important cases Oral argument will be heard April 4th in the differential case involv ing the question of differentials on traJic to the Atlantic ports While the West is in the throes ofa blizzard the South emerging from a week of ice and sleet is now confronted with overflowed streams due to excessive rains and melting snows Traffic is being interrupted by washouts and on some liner is abandoned The worst blizzard the West ha experienced years swooped dowi upon thatsection and loss of much live stock resulted In several cases persons died from exposure Railruad traffic was impeded A Concordia Kansas the mercur registered 22 below zero The Ltxiugum Leader saystho Charlie Bronstou has refused em plo ment as counsel for the Hat gJses and Callahan in case tht Couit ofAppeals decided tbe shall be tried in Lexington Tht principal ground of objection is that he was of counsel for Mr Marcum in the big suit here and that munch of the evidence to te used in that trial was brought out bv the plaintiffs in the big damage suitsThe breaking up of tbe ice gorge at Cincinnati resulted in muci dunage to property One steamer sankanother was carried down th river in the ice several others wen badly damaged and 150 bargee were torn loose and sent down tbe river Thirty were loaded with coal and it is feared will prove t total loss Precautions were take to prevent damage by the gorge at Louisville two large towhoats being ordered nut under full head of steam with double crews to battle with the ice when it flatsinto the barbor A strange story of suicide comes from Ruddles Mills Bourbon coun ty Rufus Sharp p young weak minded farmer died yesterday af tenoon under suspicious circum stances after making a request that an autopsy tie performed on his body by Dr Keller This was done revealing the presence in the stoat ach of fifty nine of different sizes screws and Sharp had been swallowing these articles at sayingJIewantedto way The autopsy was n the presence of eightfjeputable witntases 1t Jesus at the Pool I of Bethesda g lJ II SuudaySchoalLeuonforFb19l9O5Prepagei Byway Preacher J M EdJI LESSON TEXTJoSn 6115flmol7jases Read the GOLDEN TEXTt great multitude foloTvca Him because hey saw IllsInrlracles John 62 TIME The spring of AD two or hree irenihs after Jast lesson PLCJJJerusp m UEJJIXUKK more let us re quest that you keep In mind John as you strdy ard teach this lesson The Lesson Outline DaylTrc TUEMEpons Good en the Sabbath Xcedy Multitude vs 14 tITtio Impotent Man HealeC va S3 H I Desperate Case v Jesus Saw Him v Jesus Question v W The Reply of Dawning FalthAv heating vs e Confessing Jesus vs U15 The Cleansing trom Sin v U ilLJesua Critics vs Comparing Scripture with Scripture The Needy Multitude vs 14 Jesus bad gone again to Jerusalem to tend the feast and as usual the place of greatest need was the place where He was to be found At this pool of Bethesda there was a great multitude of impotent folk the blind halt and withered gathered Theone man healed so occupies our thought that we for get the multitudes that were not so blessed Surely it was not because of lack of power or willingness on Jesus part to heal but because the necessary faith was lacking What a sad propor tion one out of a multitude when all night have been healed And this portion continues today II The Impotent Man Healed Ij A Desperate Case v 5A chronic cast rtf 38 years standing No physician would undertake to cure such a case but Jesus delights to have the worst cases come to Him There is nothing too hard for Him Gen 1814 Jer 321727 Heb72S Jesus Saw Him v 6There was something in this man which attracted Jesus above all the others It was the possibilities of a faith that could claim healing As Jesus looks upon us what Is it that He sees Is He unable to commit Himself with all His blessing unto us because of what He tees in us of unbelief and selfwill John 224 25 3 Jesus Question y CWiltthuu- be made whole A question which He is asking every soul and He is being turned away with the answer Not now Like Felixs remark to Paul people arc saying Go thy way this time when have a more convenient season I will call for thee Souls potent because of sin are refusing to be healed They love darkness rather then light because their deeds arc evil John 319 1 The Reply of Dawning Faith 7lUsreply imjllea his longing to be healed and his vague hope that Jesus will help him Into the pool This little faith Jesus honors and does betterfor hm tn3b ul tel or think Eph S2 Tae Hnilug vs 9Jesus com mand 11i54takcupthy bc and walk met with prompt efcerlenc Though Ill ad not walked for years stlii a Jesus word he attempts it and Imme diately he was made whole and took up his bed and waited 6 Confessing Jesus v 1Tliis- mairs going carrying his conch on th Sabbath day aroused the opposition c tile Jews and sot him into trouble Th one who obeys Jesus must expect suci experiences Tim 312 But he wa prompt in confessing Jesus and was con fident that He who could heal Him bar authority over the Sabbath day Anc af terhls second Interview with Jesus anc tie had learned who It was who had stored him to health he was eager to tell about Him What an example for as When we come to know Jesus as viie one wilD has blessed us how eager we ought to be to confess Him Rom 1010 Matt 1032 li Tne Cleansing from Sin v Jut a greater service than the seating vas the cleansing from sin Jesus work is never complete until there is repentance and cleansing from sin it nay be implied from Jesus words that his mans condition had been the dl ect result of sin Compare the prob able similar condition In the case of he palsied man in Matt 927 In this alter case the forgiveness of sin pre eded the healing Note in the mirar Jes of healing how often Jesus for gave sin and urged Its forsaking III Jesus Critics vs 1013 15It- was the Sabbath day A good day for a seed deed But a man restored to lealth and made a useful member of ocety was overshadowed In the minds of the carping critics by the question of Sabbath day law and observance They cared morefor theoutward observ ance than they did for the map for whom the Sabbath was made In striving for he letter they had killed the spirit ear P Here was the beginning ota controversy which continued all through Jesus minIstry Note Jesus arguments on various occasions Mark 227 28 Matt 1212 Luke 1316 How ew Christians follow the ideals laid own byJesus In regard to the day of cst The Golden Text And a great multitude followed Him jccause they saw Hismlracles There ire many motives which prompt people o follow Jesus Some follow from Idle iurloslty Some are after the loaves and the fishes Some are drawn by the social advantages afforded by the church Some fblfow because they like toTreartheJlverybftheChrlstian And some follow Jesus because He saves from sin and helps in every time of need What is your motive Why are you a church member A great multitude of yhow g Alexander Furgusop died at m homeia AlexandrIa Indatthe age bfof 19 years He had resided in the Unitdd States one hcnca ycaiAyerIi11s Want your moustache or beard tlJtaitifQl faiwvridt black Use t I c43fE3It3sC I The Hustling Cash li STOREy 1j The Only Place To Buy Your I SHOES ii SEE OUR LI- NEBlackCrowHose t BARGAINS BARGAINS iiLHDAVIS- LIVINGSTON KY 1 x cacd x c L333RWANTED 22 inch heading bolts at all points on the K C and K D divisions ol the L N Railroad in Rockcastle county Will receive same Brod headwagon load aliother points car load lots Will pay 5 per cord 32ft Also all the socond growth white oak butts 30 inches long 8 inches and over in diameter- CRANORSMITH LUMBER CO dec 9 3m L C SMITH Gen Mngr OVER NINETEEN HOURS lSAVEDTO MEXICO By tbe superb double daily ser viceover the Iron Mountain Route and its connections tbe shortest and quickest line ftom St Louts to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louts 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address RT G Matthews T P A Iron Moun tam Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky It will pay you to keep Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home It only costs a quarter Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Subscribe for the SIGNAL 100 per year EOLID COMFORT inTRAVEL Means The Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Oars on all trains between LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fu ture Get t1 HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT It is the COMFOKT LINE and a comfortable train in traveling is ways a good habit to acquire- At least give iis the opportunity of naming your rates We have the equipment the train serv ice the fee chair cars and the rates What mote do you waut IGnoLGARRETT Agt Gen Pasngs Agt HENDERSON ROUTE tOUISVILLE KY Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get ridi of your biliousiess Sold for 60 years w mJtIUfGHAISOYE lull cw sessoass uv Ir U 1U III 1 c 0U I Robert fox ISIIISI- CLOT1NG f- AT HALF PRICE WEa eUnjr WINTER CLOTHI Gat less than what you will pay for it Isetvlure Come and examine for yourself it cots you nothing to look and we are ALWAYS glad to show what we have Yours for business ROBT COX pone No 66 Mt Vernon Ky IifI I Robert Cox SISIS1 U U I UU I x 1 jgmmmnmimnmmmimrommmmnromimnimmw 1 Gef Youre I Moneys Worfh I EaM = e By trading with Jonas McKenzie who always car srries a full and complete line Dry Goods Clothing EBoots Shoesand Groceries we have in endless quan gtities and when you trade With us remember yon al aIEPhone No 832 Mt Vernon Ky UUUUUUj11Ui1UIUUIUUUU1UIUUUUI1U l1liJUJ lUiLtl111U 3cc I = OWENS i iUNDERTAKER i 11 COMPLETE LINE X UU phone orders Promptly Filled S s JJ c x 1 THE IWE gAll 1MIwish to say to our patrons and friends that we preciate all business heretofore entrusted to us apI solicit a continuance u of same In so doing we our patrons all privileges consistent with conservative NoMnount too small to reeive our prompt and Ito attention We will also pay 3 per cent on all time deposits of 00 or more when left with the bank and not checked for a period of six months Yours very truly LRICHARDS Cashier