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Established 1887 Inuuitnnu lVoLiJiiEiirr MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH B 1903 XLMPER 3 R DUU Z z V IT is quite possible to get the grip without joining a secret societyo You can avoid getting the grip this cold weath er buying from us ari wearing a good warm Overcoat Suit Shoes Underwear We still- winterhave plenty of wear to close at prices that beats a farm in Tex as six bitsIThere are two ways to double your money r change it into bills and fold themanother way i change from high price merchants to us d GREAT 5 and Such pricesbusinessF make our grow by bounds I t t 4 qt Stew Pans 5 cents 4 qt Dairy Pans 5 cents lOc Shaving Brushes 5 cents Sx10 Bread Pans 5 cents Ii Rolling Pins o cents j 75ft IIljiBig 10cents 4 bars 5c Toilet Soap 10 cents Mens Guyot Suspenders 10 cents School Rulers 5 cents Best Linen Tablets 5 cents Composition Books 5 cents i 50 5 cents 50 Sheets Note Paper 5 cents Fine Towell Rollers 10 rents 2 gal Tin fearing Pails 10 cents Hatchets 10 cents 25c French Harps 10 cents J r Jgtt r by for Envelopes r rnnrRlrs tR Grocery Departmen- tsi a very lint member ra We buy the quantities be cause we sell the quantities and Save Money for you We know you enjoy buying pricesiand that is an enjoyment you will cxperience when buying in every line in our I houseEverything in VEGETA BLES FRUITS CANNED GOODS MAPLE and PEACH DRIP SYRUPS in fact I 11DINNER I us your wants La liI It is better to sleep on per cent than lie awake on sixOUR MOTTO Small Profits and Quick Sales 1U z LEVEL HItEENIElder R E a SundayHeday and Sunday instead of the 3rd this yearWillie Wallen who went with his brother Je see to Texas in November in search of health died a short time since He is the 6th of that family including the mother that have died of that nJackTOIk t the same Warm weather may a salutary effect on him hftveI wants to make a trip west getIvery naturalA few saleable hogs are going below the dead line corn crawlingjtheir cattle cVe still have an timede and high corn will not prevent mar riage As it was in the days of Noah so will it continue to be u til the end of time Time which purifiedd JHerenal Write the plural of Mrs Mr Peahen it means a vegetable frorend in the latter S What the difference in the use of Dont and Doesnt Is the word dis expressioni s use of the verbs Sit and Set anre coils of law are tightening on theI Breathitt county gang and democratic pres throughout State are helping to pull the cord but not one little time do the reo pubs say Give Taylor and his outfit a pull No siree it does indeed make a big difference as to whose calf got horned dont it EXIIecute HICKS FORECASTS FOR MARCH The first marked disturbances for March will be central on the 3rd 4th and 5 These reactionary higstormsh temperature low barometer with rain and high winds on and touch ing the 5th but a rapid reaction to wanner will set in about the baromeIIterin general storms ofratling and snow luring the Vulcan ic period extending from jlh to the math Careful stndents- of our forecasts will not forget that our little globe passes a magneto electric crisis on or about March the nth each year Severe storms with a March cold wave need surprise anyone from about t i nh to the id The igth to the ith will bring a marked storm period culminating in low barom sops rising temperature and general storm conditions ending in wide area of rain and snow A other high barometer and Marc slipfrom the in i7th to the 19th but it will gi way ts suddenly as it carte a the most general and violent storm- corditi9ns of the month will pear during the storm period mediately following The sto period is from the iglh to the 24th being at its center on the 21st the central Jay of Earths vernal ui ncclial period Areaction storm period will be central of the 27th 28th and At this the temperature wilt rise derided progressily ej storms of rain and wind turn to snow in the north will pass e astswardly across the couatry all 0 lowed by another decidedrise of the barometer northwesterly winds and much IA colderI prev3jguarnnteedsia gas on the stomach sour risings bad breath and all stomach tro les N Watkins Lesbus says I can testify to the effic of Kodol in the cure of stomach trouble I was afflicted with stom yearshave andI dot Dyspepsia Cure which cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dys quantitywant to cat while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and guys preparaItionmans remarkable cures Sold by have been AlaI coal mineII LONE PINE LODGE No 138 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS fromIFirstThat in the death of brother Lawrence this Lodge looses one of its staunchest truest mem bers the community a useful citi zen and a skillful physician the ikindthetdeepestdof sorrow and distress and point them to look unto Him who hasIL promised to be a father to the mhJerless and defend and protect who put their trust in Him as we realize that He and He alone can oursijhildThat himnour noble Order that he shad already endeared himself to our brotherhood and his death has vacant a seat in our Castle Hall cannot be fille- dFourthThat a copy of these s resolutions be spread upon and made a part ofour records a copy sent to his wife a copy to his i JatKentucky Knight VERAYlfI fCoumjVH ITO MY BAPTIST BRETHREN RETIRING AUNISTKY FROM THE yearseinApril BaptIstUgl15tImore than twenty Churches in R0 castle Laurel Pulaskiand thinistryChurches reorganized two old Churches I have ofliciated in the ordination of ten Baptist minister some of whom I would not like to mention in this article mymitiisand during that time I baptised caretso great all my life that I quit bookkeeping and therefore have lost the number baptised and mar ried during all these years isefailing me to such an extent I will be compelled to retire from pastoral work in the Churches When it believing greatiremight be able to preneh the truth andnot only that but to practice what I preached I can stand at this end of the line and look back over those long goneby years and broughthprecious word lie by my conduct as His minister beenndthe pleasures of the world in order MaaPendrma IIIGodyourywhom God has called I am very aflliclYion theingo and can reach the Churches wiUllIYours in Christ VrOwEsHIOl s s COUGH REMEDY I can heartily and conscient recommend Chamberlains ubCough Remedy for affections of the Johacyn cago Ill Two years ago during a political campaign I caught cold finalIi0 is compelled to stop as I could not afriendtwodosesbelieemy senses when I found the ito next morning the inflammation ha largely subsided I took several talkinghrough It this medicine that I won my seat isII Published Friday rr Jiir X7w rlA J7Ar iJ 9 + 9 + J4 3 A DONT GREW THE RAG 44 Butchew Tobacco when you can af Cher 1 r vx g rys 7 Bargain Sfore af the forrowing prices r ylJ n Twists Granger 10 A 1 Plug Wheelman Greenville Ws IOc JlW l Plug E Rico Greenville oc d Q 1 Plug II N Martin Grwimll 05t 4 Plugs Cup Greenville i Plug IKox Star illt3 2 Plugs Town Talk 15e i7 Q 2 Plugs Roll Call tile 2 Plugs Good Luck lle 1 Q While Chew Tobacco buy and isow some of our Northern ivhiteseed J K t W oats at 45c per bushel Choice Tim JU 1 othy seed T85 i i Export Fancy Red seed clean 712c lbis3 THOS CHERRY II KA MTA KTKKS FOli BlW XS X ISKOimKAI fiFN Ct ills rPi r r cr 4 1 J r t 4i 7 f i U r az2u Z7io oj7rLJ1nJ oJdolYl FZJt G Irhe Gibralter of Hocl castle County bl d F natzcial InstitutionsI mI li cjIIf = = == a mBankingI ACCOUNTS OF 3 I Individuals Firms and Corporations Solicited mtt 11x J percent interest on all depositof S100 J or more when left with the bank anti not chock Zf j upon for a period of six tunnths1cIed sd W HUTCHESON Cashier h v B i bhbd a170UdB dbd a d Jr C1JA15 OUCH AIM 1Ivegee made a short visit to home folks I think there is some other attraction than homefolk here for Miss Bettie Higgins isvisit g friends in Parksville Sam C King has a positron with a steel laud iron works at Ensley Ala at 50 per month Tyree Mason and family of Oklahoma who have been spending the winter with friends here left Tuesday for their homeMiss Sallie McWhorter itteaching aselect school at the pub lip school building Miss Sallie has r a very successful teacher hope she will be liberally pa- tronizedHill Buchanan of Indit ana is visiting his parents Miss goingIViSitIed 1nctlKute MICondornice weather H D Campbell who has a nice new cottage near the Baptist church has same adver tised for sale on March nth It a very desirable home CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY prepsof bowel complaints has almost universal use It necrl wattlr is equally valuable for children and adults hop sale at Chris C Davis drugstore Lorecotiers sins but it does not conceal them r JiliODJIEA hCISchool opened last Monday with Misssei Manson and Butner as teachers They anticipate a good school Mr Hutclieson of Owenton Ky brother of J W Hutcheson pushier of the bank is here for a few days prior to taking a trip to Atlanta The new firm of Sowder S Owens seem to be doing a nice workingato braking Spring time is here pneumoniafnerL mond first of the week on business andimorning of pneumonia fever was interred in the Baptist Cemetr LottyIhoyIJasens for C H Frith Madame Rumor has it that one ot our widowers is going to take eMadIour very t marshalJ H Albright is out again after 2 months illness The streets of our town are receiving a TIImeetiugchurch under the leadership of the Revs J A Sawyer and Pence If it is a bilious attack take Chain berlainsStomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore Every buy You Top OSTS TO OPEN WRONG LET TERS Washingtonhave on any person taking out of the postofiice mail other than their own All postmasters are liable mailinsays that people must examine their mail before leaving the office and whichisthefaultdifference This law includes news mailThere ru1tItheyyopen all letters coming into their knowlug theletters signinpostoffice box at night or during the day when not observed This class of curious individuals is warned tobe careful in the future whichIb their name and state why they opeued the same whether by acci 111Register DAYITake LAXATINE BROMO Qui NINE Tablets All druggists refund WIIT iiT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY 11An8 1905 tPlIllslwl every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC r j Advcrthing rules made known or application IN no country ate so many peo pie acquainted with their National Capitol as are the people of the United States and during the com ing week thousands of citizens who have never before visited Washington will see it for the first time They will not see it at ithe best for this is the most disagreeable sea son of the year at the capitol city and it is in the midst of the most disagreeable winter of thb decade But in spite of the adverse conditions and many adverse Congress men Washington is growing and I becoming a beautiful city There are only a percentage of Congress men who stay in Washington long enough to realize that this city is I the national capitol and has claim beyond their county towns to na tional and international tecogni tion The Biblical text Whatever ye son that also shall ye reap was not meant to apply to the garden seeds sentout by Congress Not since the days when the govern ment began buying instead of raisj ing its seeds has there been any assurance that beet seedsjnay nit bring up rag weed KANSAS has voted down the woo mans sufTerage law Politics in Colorado didnt seem to have un dergone the ptuification that the injection of the feminine vote prom ised and Kansas being a neat neighbor decided to defer the en franchisement ot women for while THE South which was the only PresidentLRoosevelt hi the election will have the largest representation iij the parade at Inauguration while the middle and far West which gave the largest majorities for him will scarcely be represented at 311 IT is sad to think that Senato- Quay no matter bow old he might have grown could not have lived to hear the beautiful things that have been said about him since his death How much better had they been said before the grand old mans death Tin good book says that a man shall reap what he sows and the Hargis Callahans etc are most assuredly reaping a bountiful har vest from what they have sown for many years past Dr Osier says a man is useless after forty but it is the age at which some women are fairest falsest and most effective What chit of twenty five could have done the work of Mrs Chadwick The younger Mr Rockfeller son of the Standard Oil king is a Sunday School teacher and it is said that his favorite text is the warning Keep your lamps trimmed and burning POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The House held a Sunday session of three hours in memory of three deceased members Mahoney of Illinois Croft of South Carolina and Otis of New York The Senate sitting as a court of impeachment for the trial oft Charles Swayne district judge for q the Northern district of Florida i acquitted him on all of the twelve broughtrt James K Vardaman of Missis sippi has definitely decided to op pose Congressman John Sharp Wil Hams for the United States Senate He will rely on Mississippians be lief in his own attack on President Roosevelt to win him votes The resignation of lames M Richardson of Barren as State Prison Commissioner was accepted by Gov Beckham It became effec fiveWeduesday Col Harvey MeI Cutcheon will succeed Mr Rich ardson who is Congressmanelect from the Third Congressman D C Edwards who has been in Washington sev eral weeks in the interest of his contest against Congressman Hun ter for a seat in Congress leached home today fie says he hard ly thinks the committee will take any action on the matter before ad journment He says he still hopeful of securing theappointtnent of Judge Cooper as collector at Danville London dispatch to CJ Ie A C H1ATT SiiiX7 7Jv v y 7 SHOESF dEEt = AT CO TI Wo have a tew dozen Ladies Gents Chi dlUS z Shoes which will be sold at Cost Bargains 11ljme told examine stock IIJA C H I AT T I HIATT KENTUCKY 8 II i lBe A C HIATT millii 11 The Gubernatorial Contest ComI mitteeof the Colorado Legislature yesterday decided in favor of Pea body Only thirteen of the eighteen Republicans on the committee would sign the report however while all nine Democrats signed the minority report in favor of Adams judge Edward F Dunne was nominated by the democrats of Chicago for mayor of that city The platform adopted urges th bringing about of municipal own crship of street car lines and other public utilities and the construc tion of to be owned and Iperpetually operated by the city Senator McCreary appeared be fore the Senate Committee on Corn merce and succeeded iu having a provision for a 50000 arjpropria tion to complete lock and dam No 2 of the Kentucky river inserted in the River and Harbors bill This sum was necessary in addi tion to 174000 on hand to com plete the improvements HICKORY CHIPS 1Orn 0 our Associate Editor =The Beef Trust is probly of th opinion that somebody somewhere ran amuck The spots on time sun possibly be advertisements the face of the earth being already utilized If he were so disposed President Castro could write something on the subjact of Frenzied Finance that would fairly sizzle aJ Pierpont Morgan has bought a stret railway in Chicago Mr Morgan knows that great dollars from little nickels grow Now that the man higher up is again in danger of detection John Doe will do the wise thing if he puts all his money in Jane Does name John L Sulivan is stilta loser First he lost his muscle then his voice later his fortune and his remainsrThe story of the dog that bit the chorus girlwould have read much bcfterif the chorus girl had bitten pressIGen Nogi has written a so Eastern dispatches say We1 haven t seen a copy but very likely it begins All quiet along the dark Vain tonight A neat bitof description says that good nature promotes every line of the face of Yales new football captain and particularly let us add when the opposing in terference is coming around his end There are but two doctors of orJtheare in the Senate Almost every other occupation from log rolling to pugilism is represented in the lower house The Nebraska Senate has passed a law that organ grinders monkeys shall not be worked over eight hours a day on pain of fine and imprisonment of both the monkey and his owner That is astride in beuerjstepthelittle wretches at alL sessiongressional circles relafve to the increase of the salary of the Press ident of the UnitedStates from fifty thousand dollars to double that amount The increase should by all means be made for even when the President shall be paid one hundred thousand dollars per an num it will still be less than one tenth the amount paid to the nil ers of firstclass powers and tins notwithstanding the fact that we are the richest nation in the world thelUnitedlarger per annum salaries than the President There has been no crease in the Presidents salary since Grant was reelected fora second term in 1872 or for thirty three years Since that time the country has more than doubled its wealth near doubled its popula tion and greatly extended its power and influence in the affairs of the world salary af one hundred thou sand dollars is little enough for the maintainance of the respectability- and dignity of the highest office of the nation AyerPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or ricli Wack Use IThe difference between the Unit ed States Senate and the President yicomposed of two Senators from every State in the United States Rhode Island Nevada each send two Senators and New York does not send but two The Senators s are elected for six years and they consequently holdover two years longer than the President and are thee State is disposed to continue them in office Those that have been long in office like Allisou of Iowa Hale of Maine Platt of Conuetticnt and Platt ot New York have great influence on account of their senior ity Others like Spooner Lodge and Aldrich are influential by force ability There are others like Ds pew of New York and Beberage o Indiana Foraker of Ohio and Dol liver of Iowa who have ability but lacking the prestige of long contin tied service and without the ilfluIence to which their weight entitles them We have not mentioned certain Southern and other Senators ability and rep utation as orators and Statesmen because bein in the Democratic minority they of nurse are always teeeout accord with the sen timent of the country It should have passed the Olney PaUl lcefot arbitration treaty and the only cI son why it did not do it it was the measure of a administration It is DemocraticI accord on the subject rate legislation There are among the Senators those who represent not so much as their States as they do gigantic corporate interests They were able for a long time to postone the Panama canal purchase and they will possibly he able to defeat or to so modify the Each Townsend bill as to render it prac tically nngatory STARTLING MORTALITY Statistics show startling mortality peritonitisTodiseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Theyhave drugIID S Finch a Brooklyn coal titan submitted to au operation foi the removal of his tongue Soilir Fmpoverished soil like impov- Ished blootlj needs a projer jlilixer A chemist by analyr the soil can toll you what itHizer to use for different oilucts If your blood is impoverished our doctor will tell you what on need to fertilize it and give the rich reel corpuscles that youimore you ecla concentrated fat food lackingiyour istflssimiIiited as Peons Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the hotly when mill and cream nil to do it Scotts Emulsion M always the same always alatai1a and always beneficial There the body is wasting front vny cause either in children or adults We will send you a sample free Iturottbfl is on tho wrapper c every bottle ot EniuL S OT trBOWNE j CHEMISTS Jltpeans New roc and y AHDrnggisU Thatisconstipation biliousness sickheadache toreY1 nP JmgHAMJjnl Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles Sunday School Lesson lor Mar 5 1905 Spici ly Prepsred This Paper JLESEOX rExrJ In 77 Memory man spake rIuptrI Feast or after last Siiilu letson II was trwarcs tIe rrfof Jcstjf third your of ministry and aiioiu six msnths before HI crucifixion rlItmpIea Tragedy In Seven Acts In which seven DeesIntttlesiso In seven rams This was the fir- sttrious dtvelcpmont of opposition recorded by Jchr- SCiJUTritB REFEREXOES Water cf Life Psa l52 413 Isa Z3l 4117 HZ t013 izet 2i Matt us John 410 It iov The Holy Spirit svtcbollzcd by water 1rov 43 Ezik XJK Joel 2r I5 Zecli US Luke 1115 John 111 73tI ttic Acts 211 IBIS 1H Iris on the Co den Text Isa 112 iiilS Matt 7i 13W Luke 247 lien 4li Comment and Suggestive Thought The Feast of Tabernacles This one festivalsof correrIt was to commemorate the dwelling of the Israelites in tents during the wilderness wandering and booths made of branch s of trees were erected everywhere in Jerusalem en the pubihfthose who were ill or very aged tired during the festival season enjdjing ail the merriment of a prolonged picnic ghIlilga choir of Levites with trumpets and cymbals went In the morn Jus to draw water in a golden pitcher from the Pool of Siloam Amid the blast of trumpets and the shouts an singing uf the multitude this was canled to the temple and poured out before the altar Jnto a silver basin FiiL com memorated the water flowing from the ioclj Ex tn and typified the promised outpouring of the logy Spirit On cigth day the booths were broken lIP and the people prepared to return home This was however reckoned as a part of the feast and special sac ri fices were offered V 37 Jesus stood Probably in Solomons porch overlooking the temple courts whence he witnessed the great procession of pilgrims in holiday attire coning to the s scriicjat service Anil cried At a pause in the services his clear voice rang out in tho hearing of thr great multitude V3S He that belie vetu He then goes on to explain what Conse unto tile rneatms To rome to Jesus is to tielieceon Ihut not merely to believe what one has read or learn about Him but to entrust ones heart and life to Him to accvpt His love antI give Him our love thus coming into partiiFatinginthe Scripture bath said enx No di reef quotation from Od amon writings is fiwi but shah passages as Isa Joel IS ZeCh nee alluded to Out of his IoHy Better in Kev Ver from within hlmthat is from his heart any through his life Rivers of livin water Joins alone is the scine oi living lifegiving waters His disci pies are channels through which thi flows to others V3D This spike He etc John now explains what Jesus meant John lived and wrote after the age of the Holy Spirit hall begun had himself been one of those who upon that nota ble Day of Pentecost of which we read in Acts hat received the Holy Spirit in abundant measure gllciouoIII1jtatiOnone prom ised in Dent IS This is tIe Christ Argu ing doubtless as before v that none could do more beneficial works or speak more gracious words or show more clearly that lie was a representa tive of God than did this Jesus of Nazareth Himvi1heda previous occasion and later Jesus passed through the midst of crowds who wanted to stone or otherwise in aganstHimnow no one touched Him V Never spake like this man They could explain their strange inability to seize Jesus only by TCferringto His words whose pecu liar force they felt All through HIsI life it had been noted of Jesus words that they were authoritative and thus differed from hoe of tho recognized teachers of the fay that they were wjnnirfe gsaciost evidently were the words of i6d anti just such words as human hearts were hungry for Practical Points- V God blesses us not for our solits tone but to make us blessings to otters I will bless thee and make thy name great and thou shalt be a blessing Gen 2 V 44 Not without the Heavenly Fathers permission can hostile hands bl laid upon any child of God Xo weapon that is formed against thee shall prosperIsa 54 17 V 46 Let the peculiar purity and grace of our conversation convince a1lI hearers that we are Christians Only let your eratloll be as It b com eUi the Gospel of ChristPhH 1 27 j1sIimmortal Henry Clay the mothers of late Henry Clay and sister of the late Col R T Jacob and Chas D Jacob passed away at Lexing ton the last of her generation The State Department at Wash ington has been advised of an attempt to assassinate President Morales of Santo Domingo Three of Morales assailants are said to have been captured while the oth ers escaped No further details are supplied I rf J C MOCKER tCO IS THE PLACE TO BUY Winter Weight Underwear YOU CAN BUY IT NOW AT 33gPrCt Discount HEADQUARTERS FOR SHOES HATS GUM BOOTS RUBBER SHOES OVERALLS IX FACT HearIWILL SAVE YOU MONEY TO FIRST lE KgiOVER NINETEEN HOURS iiiByvice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections time shortest and quickest line ftom St Louis tot IIniopers I221 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 n is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see rearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Mann tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Means The Henderson = Route rFree RecliningChairOars on all trains betwee- nLOUISVILLE IE Kentucky Points IE and ST LUIS IE COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO E rTHE WEST AND SOUTHWEST = rIf you con template a trip a change of location in the near fu E ture Get time HENDERSON E ROUTE HABIT E rItIEwaysice the free chair cars and tht rates What more do you want = GEO L GARRETT Trav L J One IRWINi were injured 40000 destroyed by fire at Mil AlAnUnited States Coal and Coke at Wilcoe W Va caused COI j death of over a score of The leaden coffin recently un earthed in Paris does not containI the tones of John Paul those of an Englishman who died in iCJOjThe ice gorges between Louis ville and Madison broke yesterday and the ice began to flow over the Ifalls Two coal barges were sunk near Louisville The House held a Sunday ses- Sion of three hours in memory of three deceased members Mahoney- of Illinois Croft of South Carolina and Otis of New York Wonder if Hoch the muchly married Chicago man doesnt tremble in his boots when he members that the time is nigh for new Spring hats for his many wives J M Brents one of the best known men of the Green river section of Kentucky died at Mun fordville at the age of years For seventyI years he served as of Hart county 11111aCLOTHING I AT HALF PRICEI UfE are selling WINTER GL lTHINGat less tlum half what you will pay for it ilsevht re g etCome and examine for your O tor o look and we are ALWAYS I glad to show what we have II Yours for business t ROBT COX pone No C6 Mt Vernon Ky I lifilit Talbert Ctx 11 p r 9 u AJFAIId- eciaadrashoeCal c Tt trnrfo if f isaptyclfil gmqfuf in appearance and ifsths ihiLFNIXbfash denmatndu caiA suitable sher Jarrltiui7ee r CalleloursYdlu and Pa1ent j ttttielccorncndif lilllllllhllllii tit Tea ttlitg141f1illFf9qiittlillP9lili G4e Sell Tie Celebrated Tennent Shoes i E The Ees1 Ever Pro UEetl It Fit For Every Foot g Price For Eveij Purse IJONAS McKEXZIE Mt Vernon Ky t G J GRANVILLE I llEtHtllSltiiIltttUilHifltEttllirq Ho I V COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes a All Tolephoner Filled ft A7AYvrrv A v V 9T R r THE BANK OF MT VERNON Mt Vernon Ky wish to say to our patrons and friends that we ap WE preciate all business heretofore entrusted to us and solicit a continuance of same In so doing we extend to our patrons all privileges consistent with conservative banking No amount too small to re reive our prompt and careful attention Wowill also pay 3 per cent on all time deposits of 10000 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months Yours very truly W L RICHARDS Cashier F To Cure a Cold in One Days Take Laxative Bromo Dine svMIwbces soW III pEu1aor Thk signature c3 ti 1illo every box25c i S = == iVERNON SIGNAL 11IaVERNON Ky MAx 8 1005 l9Call want up No to SIGNALl91cat with a J TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 2t north 257 a m 23 south 129 p n 25 South Io a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postot5eeW as fcccondcli mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Jim Ricklcs is very sick Mrs Dunp Claunlzis on sick listI John IX Miller is at home this Bettie Hoard is with rel atives here Atty C C Williams was in Stan ford Tuesday- R S Cress was here from Ar kansas this week Miss Fannie McClure has been very sick for several days Atty John W Brown went to Louisville Monday on It gal husi nessMrs B J Bethurum will en tertain the Flinch Club this even mgIMr and Mrs C B Henderson are visiting homefolks here this Minnie Riddle of Cove is visiting relatives in Jessamine county Sheriff H L Tate has been very sick this week and also his daugh ter Miss Annie Capt M Thomas who has been quite ill is improving Ford Cor Winchester Democrat U G Bafcei J W Baker and R A Whitehead went to Louis ville Monday to buy spring goods Mrs J S Cooper of Livingston was the guest of Mrs F L Thompson Saturday until Tues dav Mesdames Sallie Williams and Cleo Brown are in Louisville MrsI Brown is buying her spring milli nery Mr and Mrs Ed Smith of Brod tiheadMrs G S Hiatt Saturday and Sunday C A Davis who was bruised up in the Hazel Patch wreck las Friday is at home rapidly recovering Sam Rose who was hurt in theI smashup at Big Hill mines and is now in he hospital at Richmond had to have his leg amputated but is thought will recoverJThe McDonald brothers left this week Mr Angus McDonald who expected to buy out Dr Mveis photograph outfit has abandoned that idea for the present Rev J C Cafmical one of thoI oldest minister in ihe county has because of ill health and almost to tal loss m his exesigl decided t Ittile frcun tIlt niMMMrv Elsewhere in this issue will he faun his letter announcing that fact LOCAL Supt G M Ballard informs us that be has the February draft for teachers Mr and Mrs G S Griffin are rejoicing over the arrival of anoth er fine boy at their home G S Griffin H H Wood and W H Cox were made Jury Commissioners for 1905 Better men could not have been found in the county SWall paper mouldings etc Samples showing all designs wi be brought to your home at anytime Picture frame mouldings of any kind or colors HENRV BALES A feb 10 2m Mt Vernon Ky W B Whitehead is in receipt of a letter from E T Wheeler agent for the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Coof Union town Ky stating that he would be here sometime during this month to make ar rangements put in a handle fac tory All kinds of handles stocks etc will be made Also a large amout of soft timber will be utilized for making boxes in which the handles are shipped The mill will be located near Mt Vernon Eld A C Griffith will preach at Buckeye next Saturday night and Sunday at it a m Companyi e t EldJas W Riddle will preach at Walnut Grove the and Saturday at 2 p m and Sunday at n a m Dick Sowder was fined 60 and Ul1Iother case tomorrowenThe news was given out from Louisville that Assistant Superintendent Morrison of the K D will be transferred to Memphis Mr Morrissons headquarters are jn at Livingston Hon Harvey Helm is back from ayne county where he saw the Lincoln Oil and Gas Co bring in a goodwell on their lease not fa from the Cooper field This company has drilled two wells and both are considered goodonesInterior Journal Rev and Mrs Baxter were given a pound party Monday night Members of all the Churches joined- in Mr James McDonald hid ofI his own accord arranged a musicale program and those who attended were as pleasantly surprised a were Mr and Mrs Baxter The Rockcastle Development Co has sold to Fritz Krueger the in s well No I and same will be piped to his lime kiln in the near future The proposed new limekiln at NO1 tunuel has been aban dosed for the present because of the enormous cost of putting in siding Elza Langford shot and killed Tom Rose near Orlando last Sat urday The trouble was the result an old grudge which had existed between them for several years Langford telephoned to the author ities Sunday morning that he would come in the next morning and sur rerdtr which he did and his exam ining trial is set for today There is only one eye witness Mrs W Clark CRAIGBRowNMr J M Craig and Miss Lou Brown were married yesterday at the home of the bride the Rev Martin Owens officiating The bride is a daughter of Mr Jotham Brown of near Walnut Grove and is avery attractive young lady The groom is one of the countys nicest and most promising young men and to this splendid young couple we extend our hear est congratulations While we have a night office what is the matter with us having a night mail firodhead Livings nightt mails yet the county sect must do with only two mails a day The number ot letters mailed on thwnight trains would more than pay for the time and trouble of putting up the mails The whole matter left with our postmaster and if he wants to give this much needed service there will be absolute ly no trouble in getting it MRRIEDW C Mullins and Mrs Lou J Maddux were united in matrimony in the parlor of the Hotel Imperial Knoxville last Tuesday at 2 oclock by the Rev roturning to Livingston V futudhonk The Knoxville Sentinel in speaking of Mrs Mullins said She is a splendid example of Kentucky beauty for which the State is so widely known and th statement we can thoroughly co roberate Mr Mullens is one of the countys most successful finan tiers and progressive citizens and has a host of friends who wish him much happiness and suttee A few nights ce W T French was attracted by uite a comar- lion which his dog Vascreating the front porch G ing to t door he found the dog In a severe carmenIlt an o hunter of many years was unable to name The dog being victorious the strange animal was put away and brought into town the next nlning that it might be proper named On investagation it w found to he one of the finest of the North Americanbeaver the beaver is known to travel by water altogether it is quite a mys tery how it happened to get so far out of its course as it is nearly three miles from Mr Frenchs home to aJ water stream of any importance and several hundred yards even a small branch For several pea it has been regarded that the beaver was entirely extinct in thiacounty DHADMrs Nathan Cress o Quail died yesterday after an ness of many months of that terrible disease consumption more complete account in our next issue In a headon collision of tww freight trains near Lebanon Wednesday rooming about five oclock Jud Anderson a fireman and Charles Maraman brakeman were killed and engineer Clarence Ryan arm leg and four ribs brok Anderson and Maraman were bothcaught under the wreck whIch caught on fire and cvhei foundwere burnt almost to a crisp Two ngines and fifteen cars were completely demolishsd A car load of mules were in the wreck eleven being killed Eight of the ritheyenrgine was responsible for the wreck running by his meeting point The engineer on the other train had come to dead standstill before the two trains carne together aud no member of that crew was in any way injuredeThe Frankfort Journal speaking of the Hon W R Ramsev formerly of London Ky but now of WsKy who has just announced his acceptance ot a place as assistant under the Attorney General of Colorado is well known in Frankfort Mr Ramsey first came here as a member of the Constitutional convention in 1890 He is an expert scribe and at the close of the convention he was selected to engross the Constitution finally adopted The copy in his hand write is on file in the archives of the office of the Secretary of State He has since then been here in the courts very frequently He was the leading coun sel for the defense in the examining trial of W H Culton but withdrew from the case niter Cultons confession He is a brilliant lawyer anda finished scholar Louis Landrum in the Central Record pays the following descry tribute to Clarence E Woodling We have never known any an to receive as many nice notices from the State press as have been showered upon our friend Clarence foriThe newspaper boys know Cla ence Wood they know his many sterling qualities as a citizen and as a man they have learned to love him and want the people of his town to know that his worth is known beyond the limits of his p live city If Richmond wants chief executive who will not only shapeIord know thatshe is on the ma and has advantages for investment of capitaland other inducements she should place reins of goner EIIthe State do not wish to butt in but ive believe we voice the meats of the entire press sentiI State in the foregoing articl- eRELIGIOUS Tne First Presbyterian at Lawreuceburg was fireeThe Louisville religious revival restarted two weeks ago came to an Dr J P Calhoun 1who managed the movement estimated Sunday that 7000 persons had been converted and that 10000 had been made to think seriously of religion The revival ministersr to st ever known In the March Delineator Allen Sutherland gives an interesting account of the origin of Just as famosus hymn came to be inspired through a hiocomposer she told hohew m just as you are said Dr Malan it is reported that the hymn first appeared anonymously in The Yearly Remembrance Dr C S Robinson a noted clergyman publicbistorypretending magazine the little anonymous hymn with its ewe fouraschapelAs ii as hymnals That the hymn has ht uponhumanitytestimonials of ministers given in thisj article and from the t fert after the death of Miss weMound re g blrscome is instruImeJita1ityof J T J rY NEWS ITEMSrl It was announced be Circuit Judge Robert L Stout of Veisail ie that the trial of Caleb Powers would not be called before the last of May or the first of June Mrs Chadwick was placed on the itness stand in the bankruptcy proceedings against her at Cleve ahyinformationing to give her name She claim ed that her testimony might be used to aid the prosecution of her criminal cases The examination was postponed until March 13th The Japanese still have the ad goingon both sides are believed to be jeavy Kuropatkin admits his left lank has been beaten back and with great loss The fighting ap pears to be confined to the left wing of the Russian army and the ght wing does dot appear to be The Engineering Committee of the Isthmian Canal Commission has laid before that body the first definite plans for the construction of the waterway They call for a sealevel canal with a bottom width of 150 feet and a minimum water depth of 35 feet at a total- stimated cost of 230500000 The time for the completion of the work is estimated at from ten to twelve years The ice gorge bore down upon the Cincinnati harbor and did damage estimated at half a million dol lars Boats roped to the bank were jammed to pieces and loaded barges were sunk It is stated that every boat in the river with the excep tion of those that sought shelter in the Licking river is in danger of destruction The steamsr New South which was carried by the gorge down the Ohio landed near Madison Ind- Russias internal troubles go from bad to worse In Warsaw a soldier accompanies each policeman to keep him from striking Allp the railway systems except one have been placed under martial law The postal telegraph officials threat en to strike In Riga the officials are unable to cope with the situation A condition amounting to civil war prevails in the Caucasus The Government has been forced to grant concessions in Siberia The autocracy seeks to prevent the convoking of the Zeinsky SClborI Evidence accummulates that the agitation is more political than economic and that a general fo deSRYSAllbanker J M McKnight have been transmitted by the President to the Department of Justice and forward ed to Judge Evans and District beenra and complete investigation into the physical condition of the prisoner and to report to the their views as to DepartmentI should be issued On 1901 and September 3 1902 Mc pardonaJustice refused to reopen the case this time but President Roosevelt at the request of former Governor Bradley wrote a personal letter to 8fcFighting on a large scale is inI KuEtive of the Japanese in the eastern part of the Shankhe galley assum westernIouslv the Russians attacked aud thedrious is the Japanese move against the Russian left wing which threatJ ens unless quickly checked to oblige Gen Kuropatkin to aban don the positions on the Hun river 11 which he has occupied and fortified during the winter There is no confirmation of the report thatI Kuropatkin has notified the Em peror that retreat northward has become imperative On Saturday the Court of Ap peals took oral testimony and heard the reading of depositions in the 1case of James Hargis and others against Judge Watts Parker ask tig for a writ of prohibition re Courthtrial of cases againstdefeUdants for complicity in the murder of James Cockrill Town Marshal of Jackson Twenty witnesses were heard including the defendants Alex Hargis admitted that as early as September iast he sought legal ad brothisBreathitt authorities in order to es cape the jurisdiction of the Fay addarrest in Janukry were issued at the instance of their own attorney He liardendbes e before the court by CommOnwealths theEltlcQuownfor t assgranted both sides until Tuesday willIbe e Jt lk f J Ti J f AJj Prices Cut t To The Bottoms f springlisacrifice on winter goods f Mens heavy KFleeced Underwear Mens 12 50 Overcoats now 7 50 iMens 7 50 Overcoats now 5 oiI Mens 5 00 Overcoats now 3 Q 200 Shoesthati Iij W E have the code von want and are making the priee to suit Qg It is reported that H er of the University of who has just been operated ChiCSgOI give the Xray tteatment cer from which he is fullest test yet made He will also test to the utmost the power of the will over bodily illness Stocks of highgrade tail will be ofQbloIndianatucky at the rate of 25000 barrels a day to be shipped to Japan that countryhaviagptacedau order for 10000000 gallons of refined oil to productp weather had the effect of hastening the completion of wells in the Kentucky and Tennessee fields Wayne county alone fur nished six wells two of them being seventyfive barrel strikes USEMARKS STIX BootsShoesRubbers Cad LeastWar Bel Salesman E c BOOOS 41On Mrs Lelaad Stanford widow of former Senator Stanford of California died suddenly in Honolnla uader circumstances strongly sug poisoningShethe night and the physicianwho first arrived at her bedside states that she exclaimed that she had been poisoned A friend of Mrs Stanford says the latter told her that an attempt oa her life had been made in San Francisco and that she had left that city to avoid a re pctitioa of it Mrs Stanfords pri vate secretary also raid that such such an attempt had been made IOu the occasion of Mrs Stanfords severalIrumors an attempt been made to potent her A short time before her death Mrs Stanford took dose of bicarbonate of soda out of a bottle she had broufit from suspectedit Ayers We know what alt nod doctors think of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral Ask your own doc tor sod find out He will tell CherryPectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat hells the InfUmcd lungs and controls the hardest of coughs ire Cherry Pectoral fen knoira la oar think th the world for bs Ysssrlwrptaa- watt itAe d0 7ssC0 drul c ee forra11 Hard Coughs One et Agar hutM recevnr 8ey aeJ Blank detdrs canto eachV lrceipt books 35 receipts to theblekr 10 cents at SXGNAZ office Poll SAUJ Good seed oats Ap Piytoy J j SMITH feb i7 3t BiattXy 4OCtS U 2iADAMS f r v yorr C Chas C Datia Cassia L Chadwicks Tonic 1i WIs now on the market in every leading drngatoro in the United Statand Q Chas C Davis Drugstore V la the popular place for everything in the drug Q PaEenfc Medicines j Pharmaceaficals k And a Complete Line of Toilet Goods J PRESCRIPTION work Carefully Com pounded day or nif ht SK IK Phone No 64 CHAS C DAVIS H mac Chas C Davis Dctoctorfccae WUll1JJ H ATTENTION DR S C DAVISI- S IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR DRUGSU You dont have to pay for a Prescription Extra Special Attention to Diseases of Children The Purest and Drugs only used iu my mPACTICE B AATTENTION r 4 I 1ln1ITnJJlmmfnnnlnH V Willie Griffin iPRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER aa PUNBRAT DIRECTOR 2Ht Vers 8 RT = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Etice MetelicGolfins and Caskets and hare Embalming E Edone Fine Hearse att cbe4 ORDERS wire Prampt4y Filled = 2age We 63 tlWWWWWWWWWUnUWWW UIUWlUU1WUW I HAVE TH- ESIGNAL PRINT 5Octu12S lined J01 1 B OFFIGE Ior 1 Your Letter Head Earclopee Statements Bill Heads etc and you will always have the best WRITE US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES IPRICES 12- INTWOI We have sold our store building and must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes SWrfs7 Overcoats and hiofa11Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods tha you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky Charles IMOISING Green a nineteenreari old boy was convicted circuit court of the father Milt Green aftd sentenced to twentyone ears fir the psnitcn tiary It is estimated that four thousand persons have been converted by mountain evangelists between lin Krjtvd Norton Va lately Because of disappointment in love Emma Russell is said to h2e committed suicide at Middleslmro Miss Bessii Flannery a student of Bertra College committed sui rule Sunday morning at the girls dormitory On refurning from her hreatvlast her roommate Miss Florence Canfield found Miss Flan n ery still lying in bed and ontcloser examination discovered that life was extinct A small botte carbolic acid dear the bed disclos the rout chosen Coroner Samuels was atonce notified and hastily im panelled a iury The verdict was thnt the deceased came to her death by her own hand from cause u known The unhappy voting ht was a resident of Frankfort Foil AX iMlAIRAD APIETITE Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that is needed is a few doses of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf These tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale fit Chas C Davis drugstore ROOiCOAST- LReaj Est a te Qo 3iT VKKXOX sit o f All farms ete advertised under tl tiser billet wilt le adrurtieed and sold on n jHjr tent and if no snk is made no test for advcrtisiiitr thateroaBtoillumd Ky ii one of the fitiia in the county and will he old a bargain the ownoiI injj unatde jirojjwly look after same because his health The entire farm is unt fsiiw wivsa in cultivation lialar tim snaI three lioiiies on farm go wolls and springs and plentyof food stock water Also good orchtirdt PAn Xt 2 Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separ te tracts if desired This farm is beat oil UioMt Vernon and Somlrsot road thincomity Well tented ITi acres cultivation balance timbered Well hnilding11fschool uliuruli store and postol und in one of the brat communities in the county A great I barffitin INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY It would have been incredible brutality if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering s 4 Mho he says cut a lead f appliBneklensed dl quickly healed it and saved hisI eye Good for burns and ulc too Only25c at atl druggists Senator Lodge says that the Government seeds are a humbug A fcood many people who have planted theni re of the same opinion The Kansas Legislature propo to have its convicts work the oil refineries in opposition to the Standard Oil Company Accord ing to Tom Lawson the competition will be between the men who are in jail and those who ought to beIA SAFE Cored MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN Iithuyinga cough medicine for children never be afraid to b Chamberlains Cough Remed There is no danger from itand re liefis always sure to follow It is especially vahial If for colds croup si whoopjngcough Fur ale at Chas C Davis drugstore caro1ddiedjSIin causedby the useof toothache past lost CUT ssssassssa RQueen Crescent Rute SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES I Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston 15 Savannaht Atlanta Jacksonville il Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points II tth AiKfiN Tray Passr 89 G Slain SL fixinjcton Ky Wife jAR iTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Ccn Pass 4gt I oflIAXn STOCK AXn CROP Fred hobo sold at Lancaster Monday two 2 year old mules forf 100 each In Crittenden county fit ho perIywheat Siio and hay 10 1The following method of igetting rid of tumps is recommended the Scientific American In t autumn bore a hole one or two in dies in diameter according to t girth of rife stump vertically the center of the stump and abo eighteen inches deep Put into one or two ounces of salt peter upcloseabout one half gallon of kerose oil and ignite it The stump w smoulder away without blazing the very extremities of the root leaving nothing but the ashes cropMrfor the past two or three nee was worse than had been known Kentucky in recent years and tl the soil had been frozen by the un usually severe and heavy frosts e winter to a depth of six inches impectte saysIontoly thatIIIlenmeyer says the conditions are ore dangerous because of the factI hat the wheat plants are i small this year occasioned by the eryIllittlcat should the present wa r binloft ortbtoresuiBEST FOR- mYRE BOYELS rbna the shnponfulthobonelaelearaaaelennistotake ot keeplri CANDY CATHARTIC iEAT EM LIKE CANDY CoodRoodSorerSlclcent4eakenornrltata5a a bseaok or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ItBYLittle Early Risers They cc headache constipation billious ness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe hotyySFirst el Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Mt Ver non Drug Co fo hire at Hot Springs Ark deicine ed property worth probably a illion dollars Three lives yere of coooooooooooooooooooooooooo o SENTENCE SERMONS A full head seldom swells beesdoercAtrillGlovehetheireswampsin ItEvery sorrow may be the seed frfillgruP19uenever worth measuring 01IU1ocence that is advertised usu IWorship iniquityIJn work with LsNothing but inrowitatmomentfthat nt the quartz of life worthwhile He who withholds his love men shuts off the love of GodI aSs saintsbecause billsTThe man who buys a bargain lot giveaway1The principal thing a bigot be lieves is that all new ideas arePthe devil whoixetween right audwrongChicago Tribune A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE bUrnjlorspecific for piles pet the genu ofhthe HazellSake Cthekeep it01i Maud Sold by Vernon Drug Co Kansasiegissoon as Standard oil was introduced An Illinois man who was aboutIe to be decided against in a young wovvans suit for breach of promise E girlEconomsentiment heAseItching anre money if Pazo Ointment fail jjlongapplication gives ease and jiitnamrwardedCo St Louis MoinThe German steamer erverusro bound for Vladivostok with a cargo at coal was seized by Japs FRAXKFORT KY Feb 20 05 EDITOR SIGXAL arjustreucetnhers being graded that on one occasion beingtakenthe purpose of working with pick and shovel and to have nothing to eat but bacon and corn tread that one man was accused of killing his guard and getting away He waDcaught in a short time given a sentence The railroad was com pleted and the first new ties has been closuutnyout yet this piece of humanity has been in durance and has worked herte been punished there is not any charge on Record to show that he prisonRulesrecord excells anything in the criminal line It only depends on the people of Rockcastle county to have this old man pardoned Some philanthropist couldget the Record refsilong confinem nt The cials of the priso are toi help him but the Ipetitionnest- gotten Ue up in Rot kcastle uuty1 lemlberwithalmost a stony heart a tI111rj derer horsethiefc but ie Chief Executive would give me a pardon and tell me if I wanted to I could give it to this old man I would cheerfully say Harry Smith go your way and sin no more OShould this escape the waste has ket I sincerely hope to see it in print Bad BILL NEWCOMB Cell 3J STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes the hidden recks of consumption kedontDi covery for Consumption J SpringsIf tw reltterngs New Discovery The se gave relief and one hot red me Sure cure for sore roat bronchitis coughs and colds uaranteed at all druggists Price 5ocandJ Trial bottles tree SOUTHWESTIrlETC PadiIom St Louis Cairo or Memphis eatly reduced Oneway Colonist on February 21 March 21 05 to Arkanni Texas Indian a Oklahoma Territories a uumercus points in other llest States Great opportunity for the hom seeker or investor Eon seeker round trip tickets on s every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 clays Lands cheap rates arc low Cheap undi trip rates now in effect to nter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and St throngakesPullman sleepers fromSt Wfromsonalh conducted Tourist sleep Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat days to California without IIIsAgent or R 1 G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky TEXAS FRUIT LANDS ll EARLY CROP- WITICII BRING FANCY PRICES 0 In Texas they begin shipping berries in April tomatoes in May peaches in June bringing fancy prices up North The growing season is much longer than in the Northa chance to make two or three crops reduc nrg II through the winter Fruit and truck lands along the otton Belt Route are very cheap unimtpr put to or truck they can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre and more Besides its an ideal climateno coldwinters Write forbook let on fruit and truck growing W LA BEAUME G P S T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersittnert having been restored to by simple means siiflVrin for rers with a severe bmg ufieeiion that dread disease is xious to make known to hit fellow suffer the means cf cure To those who desire aSfind a snre cure for TnaL1 nnoxciirrrs and all roat and Inus ilAiAPlES He hopes all innlIwill idcnsc address trey Low yen AWIUOXHrooklynrNewlorkmar Clayton Peckham a conductor the employ of the L N Rail ad Company comtnued suicide his home in Bowling Green by taking arsenic I BUCK VARNQN ON T THE DEATH OF HIS FA M OUS WATCH DOG thDayidon the 23rd Iiut just as the clod s hmugt c thefricnd andisin ground avid was given a decent burial at noon on the 24th Out of re row soried and all Business suspended inscriptionI erand faithful trueI yearsIconntingifectly blind and very deaf for a year and a half A better and more obedient Dog lived He seemed at times Ineer that fa ulty called reas who is able to tell whether he was Who is able to tell wheth er or not all things that have iv on earth will not live in the he after tIIgor0ens house at night or make the ring with his musical voice woodsI chase in daylight He now from all his labor I will see no only in dream or imagination CHAMPION LINIMEXT FOR Rx IAT1SU Chas Drake a mail carrier at Chapinville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the cham pastIer Af iretereper recommended this rem nlllfrom that painful ailment when this liniment can be obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt ief and its continued use for a time will produce a per ChastieLouis the Sixteenth waited f coach to be made to order and itiear ri Antoinette had an entire wardrobe fashioned for her before ti would consent to leave Paris that trip which ended sodisastr ly The Czar it appears would do well to leave his country with preparations if he would save life and spare the blot on the nations history of another assassin ation of a monarch udThe Texas Tram OF THE COTTON BELT ROUTE ONEle0Leaves St Louis 500 p m every day arrives Pine Bluff Texark Shreveport next forenoon etopg Da Fort Worth Tyler Corsicana aco Houston Beaumont Lake roadur Ceoast countrytHandsome equipmentcomfortI able neiv chair cars Pullman sltlens and cafe cars where you can get a good mfaJcWrite us about your trip and wi will tell you how to make it easyI twiSce ahas E WLABEAUMEJGPTA Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Miss AQnesWestleyr MarinettcAYia 816 Wells Stree- thhnrxsrvx Wis Sept 25 1903 I was all run down from nervous peas and overwork and had to resign my position and take a rest I astrengthmy s I could wish and as our Wino ofj Cardui was recommended as such good medicine for the ills of our beganusingfrom the use of the bottle and took three more and found I was restored to good firstIand strengthand able to my renewedvjgor consider it afine for wornout nervous and am pleased AGNES to endorse eXcellentI Hotth nolan ty Secure a SlOO bottle of Wjno of ofThedford WINE OF CARDUI KOCKFORD beenIRich Bessie Linville Vergie Martin and Nannie Linville visited the Misses Todd Sunday Mr H calledhe on LinIMartin and son Elmer called on LiniThere wul bt a box supper at MarchreLome and OFpenniesthe girls take any boxes home There will be preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Lloyd Sexton of Conway called on his best girl on Davis branch Sunday andreturned home Sunday night and reports an enjoyable tim Misses Annie and Mattie McGuire visited and vi d JsitedlastMr P S Callahan made a flying trip to Berea on last Sun JoeIrevonMr D G Waddle called o his best girl Miss Reecy Todd last SundayMr H E Gadd and brother Alfred called at W H Linvilles Friday on business surprisedn i weITuesdayhim he is going to get married We are ItLssRtes are going South to spend the best days of their old age THE COLONELS WATERLOO Honeyaloo from liver and kidney troubL wasJvLunilj3iJa suc bottle of jour great Electric Bitters which cured me I sider them the best medicine earth and thank God who 011I themCpepsia hilliousness and kidney d ease hy all druggists at soc a be MORE STAR BRAND 510 E DRYonINousFRESH GOODS ALL THE TIMEusI keep a good fire Every sale I put more coal in the stovest and warm Any kind of goods you want and prices to please you Come and see me and put so thing in your poke Sewing Machines 15 and All p kinds of machine supplies anthaf mailW M envSparks Quarry holidayforview with regret the opening haveto to CommissionIers drawing salaries and payment fr Probshought hly being taught General Bristol- down there on a tour of inspection Is polygamy deIdaEkeJ morning paper Not quite bu had a severe blow in the prisonment of the multi matr er Hoch HARILESSI bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for croup a whooping cough One Mint Cougb Cure relieves a cough in vile minute because it acts first the mucous membrane right w6 the cough troublesin the throat cr d epseated on the lungs Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co 1 WANTED 1000001 MINK an- dSKUNK SKINSIIAnd other raw furs at extremely high prices Address A E BURKHARDTI 3 it Doesnt Scars to be told the truth aboutI Lion Coffee TIle scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggs oak unniforrmin trashSees C C Williams LAWnMT VERNON KY t OFFICE On 2r floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetspecbl attention given to collections Phone No 80 M L MYERS 7e grist Ite K FICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon CMcCLARYJ Undertaker EmbalmernComplete tWork LINE of Caskets Robes tie Orders by Telephone attend promptlyneStanford Kvr W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky hoGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL JVORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR BOUNTY toURTFOtlrfh iay ni each month MondtvMODdayn tiny and Third Monda Srtember COURTThinnh CHIIQCHESS Preaching71p SundaPraye attendall thepBaptist ChurchServices on the Third Sundayn1Cneeting on Tuesday nirhts MondayNolIDMEETSat 2 pm MACCABEESK meets every Is and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E IIOUK Com RKtlIndigestion Causes thetoStomachoi thatCatrrn titvpeatsd attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and ofthastomachthwcatutthe juicss of natural digestion This StomachKodol Cure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the risingsredyspepsia and all stomach troubles EatMeS100hadid2tllmeaditpreoaredhyEODdYItTrA00OhicaYaln FOR SAtE BY MT VERNON onDRUG CO KILLTH COUCH CURE THE LUNGS Drt Kings New Discovery IIFOR c IIPriceSurest and Quickest Cure for all- s THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK i WANTED 22 inch heading bolts at all points on the K C and K D divi ions of Rockcastlel pointsI3z Also all the socond growth white butts 30 inches long 8 inches and over in diameter- CRANORSMITH LUMBER CO- der 9 3m L C SMITH Gen Mngr IPRICES CUT 12 IN TWO We have sold our store building andmustl close out our goods at PRICES CUT TWO Come and buy your Shoes SMrfs7 Overcoats and GfofMnjy of Kinds 4Vie haea nice line of winter Dress Goods that you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky ADJOINING COUNTIES Charles Green nineteenyear old boy was convicted in the Laurel circuit court of the murder of his father Milt Green td sentenced to twenty one years fir the peniten tiary It is estimated that four thous and persons have been converted by mountain evangelists between Cor hint Ky and Norton Va lately Because of disappointment in love Emma Russell is said to have committed ticide at Middlesboro Miss Bessie Flannery a student of Berea College committed sui dele Sunday morning Ht the girls dormitory On refuruing from her hrca last her roommate Miss Florence Canfield fonnd Miss Flan cry stili lying in bed and on closer examination discovered that life was extinct A small hotte of carbolic acid near the bed disclosed the rout chosen Coroner Samuels was atonce notified and hastily p F nelled a jury The verdict was thit the deceased came to her death by her own hand from cause unknown The unhappy young lady vasn resident of Frankfort FOU IMIAIRAD APIETITE Loss of app titc always results from faulty digestion All that is needed is a few doses of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf These tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale fit Chas C Davis drug store RGCiCASTLE RealEscateQo3iT VKKXOX iiV o f All fnrms etc nlvertLs under this itnuri will e advertised und sold on pot cent and if no wle is mull no tOt for advertising FARM No lTII farm of tl7 iiiroe located on Negro creek near flroftliiuid Ky is one of the esi fuiins in tilt county and will lold at IwrjrHin tbe owner jinfr una loll to jirojorly look afUT same because of is health Tht entire farm is under faiicx 17i wr in cultivation balance titnlwivd tlitxc liOHnes on farm good wells and sirin s and plenty tlf rood stock water Also good orchard PAKil No 2 Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on the Jilt Vernon and Somerset road nKir Level Jifren Ivy ajnl is located In the Iwrit farming section of the OHity Well fenced 17i acres in cultivation balance tiui1xredte11 watered ono new twostory building fml two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postofnYp 2and in one ofthe best communities in the county A great bargain J INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY It would have been incredible brutality if Chas F Lemberger of j Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied JJucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers loo Only25c at all druggists SenatorLodge says that the Government seeds are a humbug- A jood many people who have planted themare Qf the same opin ion The Kansas Legislature proposes to have its convicts work the oil refineries in opposition to the Standard Oil Company Accord ing to Tom Lawson the competition will be between the men who are n jail and those who ought to be A SAPE COUGH MEDICINE nOR ClIILDirEN Itt buying a cough mtdicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from itand re lief is always sure to follow It is especially valuable for olds croup whrfoping cough f For ale at CIi si C Davis drugstore Martha Helms ten year old died in a Harlem hospital of titauusj caused by the use of toothache paste J u raQU39i1 Crescent Rante 6 SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES aDETI ICindnut Lexington Chattanooga Asheville Charleston 15 Savannah Atlanta JacksonvilleIBirmingham New ns f Texas Points 1and 89 E Main SL fixinjcton K- yVMRPiTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Cm Pass 4gt CISCISIATI L 10 1lANI STOCK AN JROP Fred Kohn sold at Lancaster Monday two 2yearold mules for Sioo each In Critteuden Dountj fat hogs are selling for 4 cents corn 32 per hand cattle 21 to 3 cents wheat 110 and hay 10 The following method of getting rid of tumps is recommended by the Scientific American In the autumn bore a hole one or two ches in diameter according to theIgirth of tire stump vertically the center of the stpmp and eighteen inchds deep Put into it one or two ounces of salt peter fill up the hole with water and plug up close In the iusuing spring take about one half gallon of kerosena oil and ignite it The stump will smoulder away without blazing to the very extremities of the rootsIleaving nothing but the ashes In speaking of the wheat crop Mr Hillennieyer says the weath er for the past two or three weeks was worse than had been known in Kentucky in recent years and that the soil had been frozen by the unusually severe and heavy frosts of the winter to a depth of six inches and that the ground is as impene trble as stone The rains he says have penetrated to a depth of only a few inches and the result is that the top soil is mushy which tends to force the roots of the young wheat out of the ground Mr Hit lenmever says the conditions are more dangerous because of the fact that the wheat plants are very small this year occasioned by the long drotvth The seed had very little moisture from which toI sprout Mr Hillennieyer that should the present warm weather continue followed by a h rainfall that will soak the ground to a depth of five or six inches She condition will be reliev ied and no great damage will result BEST FOR YHE- BOYELS titbowelserydoyyoureIjtrwfl1 end Force in the of violent physic or pill olnleroo fh kelllritheCATHARTIC CANDY s IiJEAT EM LIKE CANDY toGoodbookletor KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure headache constipation billious ness etc Early Risers are small easy to take ad easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Mt Ver non Drug Co Eire at Hot Springs Ark destroyed property worth probably a million dollars Three lives were lost j o SENTENCE SERMONS o oooooooooootooooooooooooocoo- A full head seldom swells Happiness is wholly of the heart Meekness is the mark of a master A crooked walk shows a crippled willNothing lifts one higher tItan love for the lowly Crrtakers always advertise their own swamps Every sorrow may be the seed of great joy A little smile will break up some mighty big clouds IIIwe that can he measured is measuring Innocence that is advertised usu ally hides some iniquity Vorship with the heart results in work with the hand Nothing but art on the menu is aggravation to the appetite Lies abide forever though they are believed bitt for a moment It is the gold of love that makes the quartz of life worth while He who withholds his love Iron men shuts off the love of God There is no service without a sense of the sacredness of things come men thik they are saints because they have heavy laundry bills The man who buys a bargain lot ofreligion never has any to give away The principal thing a bigot be lieves is that all new ideas are born of the devil No man is meaner than he who tried to keep the golden mean between right and wrongChi cago Tribune A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire but ofa burn scarIIHarmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co The machinery of the Kansas legislature worked like a charm as soon as Standard oil was introduced An Illinois man who was about to be decided against in a young wowans suit for breach of promisc girlEconomythan sentiment FOR PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how longstanding iu 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest 500 If your drvggist hasnt it send sac in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med Ijcine Co St Louis Mo German steamer erverus ITbe for Vladivostok with a cargo was seized by Japs FKAXKFORT KY Feb 20 05 SIGXALI Sir There are a old pioneers of Roclicastle county that will remem ber that when the K C R IL was being graded that on one occasion there was some prisoners being taken out of the penitentiary for the purpose of working with pick and shovel and to have nothing to eat but bacon and corn bread that one mutt was accused of killing his gtiaid lull getting away lIe caught in a short time given a wasIsentence The railroad was pleted and the first new ties been decayed and new ones replaced worntbeen in durance and has worked every day for the lai 24 years He doe3 his work cheerfully has never been punished there is not any charge on Record to how that he has been insubordinate prison Rules His long confinement his record excells anything in the criminal line It only depends on the people of Rockcastle county to old man pardoned philanthropist could get the SomeI of his case and no man will Ito sign a petition for him knowing long confinement The offi cials of the prison are willing to help him but the lUst be gotten up in Rockcastle cauuty He says that he Uoes not reinem ber anyone but ujncle Dick Miljer the County Clerk I am a man withalmost a heart a mur deter horsethieflC but if the Chief give me a pardon and tell me if I wanted to IIgo your way and sin no more basIprintI Bad BILL NEWCOMB Cell 3J III ROCKS of health strikes of consumption youIdoutgetDi covery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Taladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discover The Jirs dose gave relief and one bottle oreIGuaranteed at all druggists Price and 1 Trial bottles tree ITO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC IIneH reached via Missouri Pacific or Iron Mountain lionte from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories aud- numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home M seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers fromSt Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway IIor Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky TEXAS FRUIT LANDS PRODUCE EARLY CROPS WHICH BRING FANCY PRICES 0 In Texas they begin shipping berries in April tomatoes in May peaches in June bringing fancy prices up North The growing season is much longer than in the Northa chance to make two or three crops reduc ing the expense of ge t tin g through the winter Fruit and truck lands along the Cotton Belt Route are very cheap as ytto to 15 an aere unim proved When put to orchard or truck they can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre and more Besides its an ideal climate no long coldwinters Write forbook let on fruit and truck growing E W LA BEAUME G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo- T CONSUMPTIVES The undersigned hoen restored to health simple IIIfamiJetcr sittirring for seveml rcirs with a severe mug uiTecaon and that dreail liscasc is anxious to make known his fellow sutJer ers tho means ef cure To those who desire it he will checifully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find sure cure for ASTHMA Unoxcnrris and atI throat and lIe hopes invilIIWiLsox lJrooklyn New York mar 3 05 1yr- ClaytonPeckliam a conductor in the employ of the L N Rail road Company commied suicide at his home in Bowling Green by taking arsenic Ic BUCKTRNON ON THEI DEATH OF HIS FAM OUS W DOG TCltIDaidRperAtIowTwelveI on the 23rd In t just as the clod a were proclaiming that solemn hJul to all living David Roper the corn panion of my better days and the friend and playmate of my family quietly passed over the river and is now resting in thcVHa py bunt ing ground David was given a decent burial at noon on the 24th Out of re spt to the deceased and his sorrowing master the stores were closed and all Business suspended A tombstone with the inscription Beneath this little mound lie the ashes of the good Iand faithful trueI Roper was 14 years of age reckoning after the manner countingjfectly blind and very deaf for a year and a half A better and more obedient Dog timesIhe was Who is able to tell wheth er or not all things that have lived on earth will not live in the here after hroughtIIme gone No more will he guard his masters house at night or make the woods ring with his musical voice in the chase in daylight He now rests from all his labor I will see him no only in dreamor imagination CHAMPION LINIMENT FOR RHEUMATISM Chas Drake a mail carrier at Chapinville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the cham pastIAfter trying several cures the store keep r recommended this remed and it completely curedme There is no use of anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this liniment can be obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a permtDavis drugstore Louis the Sixteenth waited for q coach to be made to order and Mar ri Antoinette had an entire ward robe fashioned for her before they would consent to leave Paris ou that trip which ended sodisastrous ly The Czar it appears would do well to leave his country without preparations if he would save his life and spare the blot on the na tions history of another assassination of a monarch The Texas Train OF THE COTTON KELT ROUTE IS THE FAST ONE 0LeavesSt Louis 500 pm 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 Charles Only one night on the road to South Texas and the Gulf Coast country Handsome equipmentcomfort sleepIget a good meal wtIand pleasant Cheap rate twice a mouthE LA BEAUME GPTAC- otton Belt Route St Louis Mo IiMiss Agnes Westley Wells Street MarinetleAYia Sept 25 1903 Streetj from nervous had to resign take a rest I found that I was not gainiEg my strength anti health as fast as I could and as your Wino of Cardui was recommended as such a good medicine for the ills of ocr sex bought a bottle and began using it I was satisfied with the results from the use of the firit- bottleandtookthreemoreaidtheu found I was restored to good health anti strength and able to up my renewed I consideritafinctonicandexcellentfor and am pleased to endore itAG3KES WESTLEYI 1ec1forUlWIClJDlnDo1an1S Secure a 100 bottle of Wino of Cardui and a 25c p3C1a of Thedfords BlackDraught today WINE OFCIRDUfl ROCKFORD Mrs W H Stephens has been isiting hotnefolks on Davis branch linvilIelBertha the Misses Todd Sunday Mr FL E Bulleii of Conway called on Sis Sunday Miss Mae Todd visited her cousin Miss Bessie Liu ville Sunday nightMrs J J Martin and son Elmer called on Mrs Rich SundayMrs Tilda Lin ville is very hi it tnis wnu g There vut be a box supper at Macedonia Saturday night March 5th for the benefit of the church come along boys and bring some pennies with you and lets not let the girls take any boxes home There will be preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Lloyd Sexton of Conway called on his best girl on Davis branch Sunday and returned home Sunday night andreports an enjoyable time Misses Annie and Mattie McGuire visited Roy and Casper Martin S- ndayMr McGuire of Disputanta visited Mr J W Rockford Sunday lastMr P S Callahan made a flying trip to Berea on last Sun dayThe marriage of Mr Joe Gadd and Miss B Todd is expected soonMr U G Waddle called on his best girl Miss Reecy Todd last Sunday Mr H E Gadd and brother Alfred called at W H Linvilles Friday on business We were very much surprised to see Constable W AngHn in this vicinity once more and we hope he is to be with us again soon The house of Jas Richmond was destroyed by fire Tuesday Lookout girls C B Moyessays he is going to get married We are all sorry to lose our friends Misses Mae Todd and Bessie Linville who are going South to spend the best days of their old age THE COLONELS WATERLOO Honeyiloo from liver and kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dad of these rompliints andalthough I tneti my mtly doctor he did me nil good so I got a 5uc boitle of jour great Electric Bitters which cured me I sider them the best medicine 01Iearth and thank God who ymi the knowledge to make toem Sold and guaranteed to cure ds pepsia billiousness and kidney disease by all druggists at 50C a hen tIe MORE STAR BRAND SHOES COME IN3IORE DRY GOODS COME IN FRESH GOODS ALL THE TIME I keep a good fire Every sale I put more coal in the stove stop and warm Any kind of goods you want and prices to please you Come and see me and put something in your poke Sewing Machines 15 and up All kinds of machine supplies Write to mewillscnd you anything by mail W M OWENS Sparks Quarry March Fourth en Is the holidayI for many Congressman view with regret the opening of the season when they will have go to WOlkIers who admitted irregularity ii drawing salaries and payment from the railroads at one time probably thought confession was better being caught General Bristow is down there on a tour of inspection Is polygamy deathasked a morning paper Not quite but itl has had a severe blow in the im prisonment of the multimairier Hoch PLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Curt cuts the mucous draws the infla mation out of time throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for croup and whooping cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on thE mucous membrane right where the cough troublesin the throat cr d epseated on the lungs Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co WANTED 100000 MINKandSKUNK SKINS And other raw furs at extremely nigh prices Address A E 8URKHARDTI ItDoisnt Scare aboutIto be told the truth Lion CoffeeT- he scarecrow coffees are those factQiyeggsLion Coffee is pure wholesome in flavor and uniform seatedpackapand uaUormlt- CC Williams ATTORNEYAT LAW MT VERNON KY ISOFFICE On 2rd floor of Thp Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 M L MYERS re mrjt It Ve kit OFFICEAt residence or Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD tfevery MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon 4 J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete tWork LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended Stanford promptly Kv iliiW M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL tfORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR fllayMonthy Monday An May and Third fnnrhi Ser tember uil COURTThmJ CHURCHES luJrchPreaching7tI1p Sunday chool 930 a m Snnda Praye 3IeetiiigEveryThnrsy 730 pm attendall the4thThirdSaturday Prayerneeting MASOUIC MondayNo140MEET8at P m MACCABEES- K 131 TEST No meets every It and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E I1OUK Com DAVIS R Indigestion Causes the IIStomachsupposed that gestionIopposite Indigestion causes catarrh Rs pealed attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caux Ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of the juices of natural digestion This to called Catarrh of the Stomach Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inflammation of tha mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings Indigestiondyspeusia Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet Settles Rotutar zizeS too 2i the 50 Prtpar dbvSODtVITTCOChic r FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG C- OiiticbiThiiCURE THE LUNGS Kings New Discovery FOR c and II50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TBOTIB J LES or mONEY BACK WANTED 22 inch heading bolts at all points on the K C and K D divisions of the L N Railroad in Rockcastle county Will receive same Brod pointsIAlso 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