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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 42 ys 4fwt fEtabished 1887 5 our by and qt Stew Pans cents qt Pans cents lOc 8x10 cents Pins cents 75ft Galv Lines 10 Big Pans 10 cents 5c 10 cents Mens 10 cents cents Best cents cents 50 50 Note Fine 10 25e 10 cents I 01 Y- J ct4 ii ifluuisetunEOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH lO1fJ5 IIDUMBER t 4 U 1 r i TT is quite possible to get the grip withuot joining secret society You can ovoid gettin the gip this cold weath er by buying from us and wearing a good warm Overcoat Suit Shoes an Underwear We still have plenty of winter wear to colse at prices that beats a farm in Tex as for six bits There are two ways t double your money change it into bills and fold themanother way change from high lp rice merchants to us I GREAT and the SALE Such prices as these make business grow leaps 1 bounds 4 5 4 Dairy 5 Shaving Brushes 5 cents readPalls 5 Rolling 5 Clothes cents Frying 4 birs Toilet Soap Guyot Suspend ers School Rulers 5 Linen Tablets 5 Composition Books 5 Envelopes 5 cents Sheets Paper 5 cents Towel Rollers 10ents 2 gal Tin fearingPails cents Hatchets 10 cents French Harps l ThicEEUIi IVe buy the quantities be cause we sell the quantities andSave Money for you We know you enjoy buying good goods at low pricesI and that is an enjoyment you will experience when buying in every line in our houseEverything in VEGETA BLES FRUITS CANNED andIDRIP SYRUPS IPEACH to eat When in need of some thing for BREAKFAST DINNER or SUPPER come in and let us supply your wants IICIt is better to sleep on 3 per cent than lie awake o SIXjOUR MOTTO i Small Profits and Quick Sales U w d 7 LEWIS AND CLARK Toms EXPOSITION toThetion Portland Ore 1905 The manufacture of gold pens will form one of the many interest ing working displays at the Lewis and Clark Exposition A gold reduction plant in operation will be one of the interesting and instructive displays in th Mines and Metallurgy Building the Lewis and Clatk ExpJsltionIOne of the largest discovered will be exhibited at th Lewis aud Clark Exposition The someteorPerce county Idaho it weighs 152 pounds tbgform of a maltese crosseachwing representing an old Spanish mission California has 90000 for the appropriatedI building and the feFraternalStates have organized for the pu pose of erecting a Temple of Fr a beedpledged toward the project and tb appro1priate tising the Lewis and Clark Expo sition They give their children writingletter n a the East extending an invitation to attend the Exposition School chil dren of Moscow Idaho recently wrote 100 such letters Ground has been broken for Washington State bildfng for theI Lewis and Clark Exposition To1e r wealth of the Evergreen State The Washington legislature recently appropriated 75000 for erecting the building and collecting and installing a comprehensive display of the resources of the State An excursion that will doubtless a attract great interest is one planned by F R Drew of New York CttyI Mr Drew wilt conduct a train of PortlandllMainelatter part of the journey being along the trail followed by Lewis and Clark a century ago The travelers expect to reach Portland in Qctober in time to attend the Lewis slid Clark Exposition A DINNER INVITATION After a hearty meal a dose oft Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of indigestion Kodol is a thorough dgestant and a guaranteed cure for indigestion dyspep risingbad s les N Watkins Lesbus KytaysHI can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of stomach trouble I was afflicted with stom Mhavedol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely curedme The six bottles were worth 1000 tame Kodol Dys quauititywant to cat while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and grows prepayLionmans remarkable cures Sold Mt Vernon Drug Co At the Chadwick trial in Cleveland the defense proved incorrect the claim of the Government that Ifthechecks were drawn by herand cerII tified by President Beckwith and Cashier Speors It is not likely that Andrew Carnegie will be called upon to testify for the Government The date of President Root veUs departure from Washington for San Antoni Tex has been postponed because of uncertainty as to when the extra session of the Senate will end In accordance with the Presidents request April 7 has been fixed as the date of the Textinstead s A CIIICAGO ALDERlIIAN OWES HIS ELECTION TO CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY scienn t iously recommend Chamberlains hethroatShenick 220 So Peoria St Chi jaafter being overheated which irri finallycompelled 1friendloins Cough Remedy I took two sbelievevlargelyethroughthis medicine that I won my s in the Council This remedy sold by Cbas C Davis the drug gist LEVEL GREEN IheISome persons tell me that the people are growing better aud that Peae on earth and good will to withIanytDeBord has lost her oats from the stack and her corn from the crib fromes arn her turkey and mehen and various other par- stie are losing their chickens Does this look like we are growing rapidly better These thieves are chaseais goodly land prosIIto by Bad Bill Newcomb the Signal Very likely Smith toratone for his wrongdoing if so why not release him thingselooking for the long wet spell which will soon put in its appear once Much grass seed is being sown tho clover is extremely high Brethren as spting time is again with us and seed time at the door therefore let me admonish you again to plant an increased acreage to potatces There are more tater in Possum Holler now than Ive ever known before at raising time goodSome here fo- reMrssal DrG It Lawrence and aunt Liz gave us a short but COU1eagainladie ant company at all times Those blessed with health should reinem her the afflicted Our man who wantsa thus aith the Lord for everything he doe tnsearching the S rip me lor Statute on the use of tobacco finally found He that is filthy let be filthy stillsaid that filled TobaccoI t un heard ofby civilized men until AmericaI buy more lands while Dick Tom and Harry want to sell I wonder if these three men are brothers or do they just live neighbors How are Jim Hargis and Bill Taylor pro gressing I understand that the jury hung in Iowa instead of hang ing Taylor wiSTRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes bidden rocks of consumption is youIwrites 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 Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured m + Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds PriceisahlTO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETCaBest reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route fromSt Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home 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 wjnter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stopover prfvileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per E sleepersTuesdays changeDescriptive particularsicket Agent or address R T G in INortonThe State Capitol Commission was in session for several hours 4a0p1lcepbeforetain of his working drawings and ispecifications and uperinteudentD Fleenor was also surb Attheleloseon Juneismitted to bidders for the construe lion work in a very short time in Published Every Friday ftIfi Special Sale f Ii jffl Until April First Ifj g I b To make room for Spring Goods space will A O nof permit us to mention allour Bargains U oLook at a few of them K 8 Dli GOODS Q 3 yardCalicoja yarlFlanneletteX Flannel Skirts Now 79c each yard1fSHOES lairQ125TY 175 prs mens Shoes OPc per pair r W ftMensVMensSLfMTjtTNDERWEAIf Mens Now neSuits Now tic QChildrens pairBlanketsBed Comforts Sl Now 77c each id 3 Do not wait until the last moment but come to Brodhead right now and carry away fi some of our bargains We have marked our goods down so they will go Strictly cash or X produce W CHERRY oUEA1lA Tfms FOR BAKdAlNS WllnODJlJUD KBXTICKV- C t = p t= CITIZENS BANK 1OF BRODHEAD KENTUCKY It is with pleasure we desire to call your attention to the Citizens Bank of Bvo headKv and state some of the advantages that are gained by toping pnq of our tlqpgsitors Tho Bank began business on January 1005 and its growth up to the present time has been remnrku ble and very satisfactory to the stockholders We enjoy the distinction of being the only bank in this part of the State that began paying per cent on deposits believing that when person left as muchas 10000 or more on deposit for months without checking that they should derive some of the benefits We are equipecl with the best burglar proof crew floor safe that could be mull and people have come miles to see it and pronounced it the most wonderful piece of mechanism they had ever seen The safe is made of tho best steel with screw door one foot in diameter and sot the door is the time movements by which the dots is locked The safe is set within bride wall that is 23 inches thick We also have vault door that closes with twenty holts aitd weighs 8000 pounds We most cordially ask you to visit the bank and examine it for yourself and see if it not safe depository Remember we pay per cent on as much as 10000 or more when left six months We offer to people safe and conservative banking system We ask you to give us ymtc business we guarantee pl asant and piofitable relation Trusting to have the pleasure of meeting you personally am yours very truly J W LTCHESOX Cashier BKODHEAD Mr and Mrs J MBlair of New Haven Ky are visiting Mr Mrs C S KeislingR W Dallas our barLer was in New prospectingIi ier of Citizens Bank has gone to Florence Ala on business C S Keisling our Lunch House man has received official notice through Supt Morrison that he has been appointed Chief of Police in L C N passenger depot in Knoxville Tenn We dislike very much to give rp Mr Keisling as he has bten instrumental in bringing lots of business to our city If mud was of any commercial value Brodhead would certainly be richDeputy Sheriff J W Tate was in Lexington last weekeGo Ponder contemplates taking job braking The meeting at the M church is still ia progress doing much good and several members added to the church Wm Krue ger and Will Fish of Mt Vernon were In town Sunday Drummers were as thick as hops in town Monday and Tuesday There be about 20 registered at the Fritb- HotetCranor Smith Lumber expects to have their spoke factory in operation again by March IsJobn Crawford sold pair jof year old mules to Dunn Co Garrard county for 3ooMr E Dunn and daughter of Bry were visiting Mrs Josh unnJ C Coulter of Middle Ky and Vm Myers of Houstonville were at the Hotel first of the weekMr Der hereisontemplating thejapnesearedefeating Manchuria f 4 Mens Underwear 50e Ladies Union We BLANKETS 1j were tier I fP l a six I a a a a 3 the a and a I a a a u All OltllLAKJ rcMiss Mabel McWhorter who been visiting homefolks will hasI todayMissof her friends a pound party Tuesday nightMr and Mrs Forest Foley who expect to go to house keeping soon gave some of their young friends a party Saturday evening The young people re l turned the kindness by giving them several useful presents which wa beginnersMaster has been very sick is somewhat better at this writing but not able to sit up- Several of the young men of this town expect to attend the show at Waltons opera house Thursday StanfordMrlJohn Lydia continuesil1 but it is hoped shell be better by the time warm weather is hereOur lever merchant Mr Perkins has had grip for the last few days Miss Alice Green who is teaching a select school at Whites school house visited homefolks here Sat urday niRht1 will try to TheIdiffer wtth another in our opin upIwrong please give explanation a verb ends in S when it bas a noun b subs not and can be used with either singular or plural subject Dress is a contraction of does and not and can be only with singular sub esubjects Disremember is not a u correct word Dis means to cutor verbIup up prom the chair the same way with lie and lay Ve lie down on our beds we lay the book on the table CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY prepsrationbowel complaints has brought it ito almost universal use It never fails and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to take It is equally valuable for children and adults For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore andNorthAlah1maI a transacI I years The South and North Alabama railroad built that part of the main line of theLouisvilleand Nash vine system extending from Deca 1tor Ala to Montgomery IN QGethe money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2SCtS The German Emperor is very anxious that a reciprocity treaty should be negotiated between Ger many and the United States and has specially charged nSternber with the d bofdttemptingto open the question i w MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY MAR 10 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on a icaiOllIi rFOR MAGISTRATE We aie aiuboizul to announce fGp IIU TEEC- Ef in the Fifthas a candidate fur Magistrate i district composed of Browns and lirodhead lin2 precncllltllhjCI lo the action of the r Democrats of that district MRS JEITBRSOX DAVIS writing to the Savanah Press says of Gen Miles for his brutal treatment to her husband Whilst I have no recollection of having written to Gen Miles the letter which he quotes not only fails to support his previous state ment in the slighest particular but a its date shows must have been written from the prison ship in Hampton Roads and when of ne cessity I was ignorant of what was being done with Mr Davis who had then been only four days in the custody ot Gen Miles If the letter was written subsequent events have revealed the fact that at that moment when an agonized wifewas thanking him for his ap s parent courtesy in answering anx ious inquiries in regard to her im prisoned husband and commend ing him to the kind care of his custodian this man by his own showing was contemplating the immediate subjection of his hepless prisoner to the grossett maltreat ment If the letter be as Gen Miles quotes it it only serves to put in a clearer light if possible his continued infraction of the most obvious rules of veracity After reading the letter Geu Miles in his peculiarly pompus manner said I will not reply to any insolent letter of that kind POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Gov Hanley announced that he would appoint to office only total abstainers President Roosevelt will be the guest of the citv of Louisville on March 23 arriving at 9 oclock in the morning and probably remain ing all day Extensive prepara tions for entertaining him will be made H S McCutcheu of Russellville who was appointed to sucteed1j M Richardson of as States Prison Commissioner pre sented his commission and sat with the body Two pardons weregrant ed Tuesday President Roosevelt Tuesday sent to the Senate the nomination of the negro Charles W Anderson to be Collector of Internal Revenue for the Second district of New York The New York Senators have agreed to the appointment and will not oppose confirmation The nomination was hurried along it is asserted because of the report that vigorous protests were coming from New York tlerdays as soon as he can arrange some minor details he will retire from the chairmanship of the Re publican National Committee He will be succeeded by Vicechair man Harry S New of Indianapolis who will become the acting chair man of the committee Congress has allowed Hunter Edwards and White each two thou sand dollars for election purposes in the row over the seat from the Eleventh district This added to the ten thousand dollars which Hunter will draw as salary makes sixteen thousand dollars paid for the district to be misrepresented in that body It would have been both cheaper and better to have kept them all at home and elected Stone the Democrat- In an interview by telephone on February 26th Gov Beckham de nied a report that Judge James Hargis had called on him and so licited his support in his trouble in cident to indictments in Fayette and Breathitt counties charging him and his brother Senator FA bert Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt with procuring the assassination of town marshal Cockrell of Jackson Gov Beck ham said that he had not been vis ited or besought by Judge Hargis or any one representing him and denied that he had asked Judge Hargis to resign from the Demo cratic State Central Committee He said that he sustained no rela too to the defendants or the case and would avoid connection in any with these cases or any affairs not concerning him Judge Hargis deniedthe report that he had appealed to the Governor for support Secretary of the Treasury Shaw will retire from Cabinet Feb 1906 1o A CH1ATT l I = 3 cX iI SHOESA t J- z z U We have a few dozen Ladies Gents and Childrens tC Shoos which will be sold at XJost Bargains Come and examine stock IiA C H I ATTHI ATT KENTUCKY 9I A C HIATT s OJJ HICKORY CHIPS Lo- B our Associate Editor THE State of Illinois has hit upi on one way of solving the divorce question It proposes to prohibit the payment of alimony CONGRESS spent money at the rate of ninety million dollars an hour on March Fourth This treat even Mr Canegies library record MrGoltelyou having successfully managed a political campaign will now take up the serious work of managing the Postoffice Depart ment Was the verdict in favor of Judge Swayue made in justice or in fear that windows in certain glass homes occupied by Senators might get broken When the President was receiv ing the plaudits of some two hundred thousand people gathered in Washington Saturday was he really sighing for the simple life THE Senate does not believe that Judge Swayne was guilty but the House has amended his fee bill so as to remove any temptation that might assail him WILL the house take advantage of the precedent established by the Senate that it vote itselfmileage without consulting the upper house or the president The Presidents inaugural ad dress made it pretty clear that we want a big navy not to bull smaller powers as Senator Hale says but to keep from being bul lied by larger powers General Stoessel the reports an nounce was not met bv any bands PetersburgProbably to the General is that he was not met by any bombs Senator Kearns swan song in the Senate against Mormouism calls Byrons words Ts said swans sing before they Therebetter far should some men singIted Speaker Cannon with a large silver loving cup at the clone of the session Un cle Joe accepted it but he doubtless would have perferred a tin dipper or a gourd- A recent consular report states that the towel and soap have penetrated to China Hall the laundrymen have not left the mother country to come to pus great things in the way of cleanliness may come to pass in the Celestial Empire Governor Penuypacker rode in the Inaugural parade and seemed to enjoy every thing but the cameras of the ameture photographers along the way He well knows there is more than one way of producing caricatures Has the country before had a President who could welcome with equal enthusiasm crowd of cow boys and a Harvard College club Republicanbutideut we have ever had The Xray has been used to prizebullof nature and not of tampering as the judges believed Thus are great scientific discoveries turned to the benefit of mankind Pennsylvania mtiliiameu preserved the unenviable records they have held for the past three or inaugurations For that of times practically the numberI le given to the Washington has been that caused by the mem hers of the Pennsylvania Guard Because Roosevelt lucketended even to the weather for his inauguration is no reason why Con gress should decide to postpone the inaugural ceremonies to April thirteenth There are too many odds against the climate on the Fourth oi March Cuba which became one huge sign board for the advertisement of milk and patent medicines as soon as the American invasion took place has retaliated now by a bill to make the use of patent medi goingown if the patent medicine business is not checked by legislation IbALCSI There is only one cloud on President Roosevelts horrizon The Senate is still in s ssionIDistrict Attorney York seems to working theory of Roosevelt that candor next to honesty is the best policy At the same time he makes the announcement that the pickpockets work a system of dividing profits with the detective force he also states that he will be a candidate for office again His elections a foregone conclusion When the people broke through the police and military lines and rushed moblike on the stand from which the President was to deliver his inaugural address Roosevelt re mained standing with perfect com posure until order had been estab lisped and then he addressed part of his speech directly to them The inclination of most men would have been to craw under the benches NEWS ITEMS The State Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of County Judge Gregory that actions by State revenue agents in county courts for the assessment of omitted property for purposes ot taxa proIceedings Wednesdays developments at Denver indicated deadlock in the Colorado gubernatorial contest On the question of the adoption of the committees report Peabody was five votes short of a majority while it is said that twentytwo Republicans will stand firm in vor of a minority report declarin the office of Governor vacant The adoption of the latter report would make Lieut Gov Jesse McDonald Governor The report of State Inspector Counlyicounty showed that the official ha inIby him also that as Acting Auditors Agent he had collected a larg amount of delinquent State taxes and failed to make report Accom panying the report were checks for 270855 to cover the irregularities IIITwo Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman the heart once in every two minutes IF this action be comes irregular the whole suffers Poor health IIbody poor blood Scotts bloodipure reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into IIthe blood It is partly di before it enters the stomach a double advan xtage iii this Less work quickerITo get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of lleverrne in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just A change for the Ithat takes place even be you expect a ample iris eare that in the fort of a labcljj the reroievery of 405 Par1St NY soeeuuaad iu VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer AlWays restores color to gray hair all the darkrich color it used alldandruffdisappears rli- 71 r l ij The Slavery of SinSunday School Lesson for Mar1219QS This Paper LESSON TEXT John SaiO Memory verses Read also John SJ2C9 GOLDEN TEXT VUosoever commit teth sin is the servant of stnJohn 831 TlaiE The Feast ut Tabernacles the Same occasion ar ast lesson ILAfK Jerusalem in tte Temple NOTE FOR THE TEACIU RTheIteacher to make the 1hepreaching By preaching I mean pupils what they ought to do trying make fin impression Give the truth a chance It will make an impression if we set it forth In proper attireet us teach The application may be soon made if the truth be attractively presented Often the application will be made by the pupils themselves even before you finish teaching before you begin to preach It Is possible to teach so that teaching preaches Thl IIShe Ideal way to preach After all then preaching but It is the preaching of the true teacher to leach properly Is to preach effectively Prof W white- SCRIPTURE REFERENCES The power of sin Horn and Dent 28li Prov l1 K Gal 51 Rom 61GS Jas 135 Liberty In Christ Jesus Rom 51121 Luke 41S Isa 611 RoraC22 Pet 216 Gal 24 51 Cor 317 Cor 1013 Com pare John SS2 with 1837 Comment and Suggestive Thought V Jews which believed on Him Not all of them accepted Jesus as their ScTvfour andFriend but merely be lieved that His claims were well founded and tried to reconcile what He said with their own ideas about an earthly ingdom Continue in myword Try o understand what tell you and let our life be guided by My teach ngs and example My disciples A lsciple is a learner The most clear evidence to ones self and others that me is truly a disciple of Jesus is given iy loving all men John 13 a- 3V12 The truth Jesus is the ruth As we continue His disciples ve shall more and more see things as te sees themas they really are and i their right relations to one another Truth shall make you free When in norance or doubt we are under bond e but when we know the truth re freed from anxiety from uncer limy from the desire to do wrong V j5 They answered Him Their iswer shows that they entirely mis aderstcort the spiritual meaning of is words Abrahams seed Do pendants of Abraham Were never in ondnvje Jews were very proud and wide is a peculiarly blinding sin 14 Whosoever committed sin i he servant of sin Every ore who s living a life of sin Isthe bondslave if Satan Each separate sin is lilte a Badgnmvs lo be rijlu and rites longs t do No demon of evil hinds witl stronger or more galllug chains ihat Iocs the demon of strong drink The linRnl is the inqn abject slave 1Si5 The bondservant abdf th not Rev Ver No servant has the clain propertJIils father vr The Son Jesus Sha make you froo As the Son of Goti He has power to rcletse from servitvd Juliee37 know ye are Abraham seed Jesus confirms their statemen that according to the flesh they ar descendants of Abraham but goes tv to show that in a spiritual sense tin are strangers to their great ancestor hence do not belong to the kingdom ot God which is spiritual V 8hI speak with Mi SonIirgly or unwillingly every son tc some degree repeats the characteristic of his father Jesus proved himself Son of God y being Godlike in every particular Israelites proved by their devilish purposes and deeds that thev were animated by the spirit of the evil one See v 44 V They answered Jesus hearers either cannot or will not derstand but go back to their old cry Abraham is our father Perhaps some today are making the same sad mistake and because they have godly parents or are accou fled members of a good church fancy that they are Christians though their lives are godly and their hearts are strangers to God If ye would do If on were In spirit like Abraham your lives would show It V 40 Now ye seek to hill me You as a race are doing directly con trary to what Abraham would do were he here Abraham would have wel corned even a man who brought him a message from God but these who claimed descent from Abraham were fierce to silt Gods own Son At a later day Jesus taught this by parable fund the chief priests and Pharisees un derst yet n Ct even then did they turn from their evil purpcse Matt 3340 Practical Points- V 31 If ones belief iu Christ does not lead him to a righteous life It is not a saving faith Thou believest there is aGpu thou doest well but faith without works is deadJas 2 1920 V 34 Unless Christ now dwells with hereIafterwhere I amJohn 17 24 V37 None but God himself can sat- Isfy the soul which was created with Godlike appetites God created man in His own ImageGen 1 27 A SAFE COUGH MEDICINE nOR CHILDREN In buyinga cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it andre lief is always sure to follow It is especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore The estimated damage by the ice gorge since Feruary 13 is q60 800 ftrjl J C ROCKER CO IS THE PLACE TO BuYJWinter Weight Underwear 41Ii jYOU CAN BUY IT NOW AT 33 1 PrCt DiscountHEA- DQUARTERS SHOES HATSRGUM BOOTS RUBBER SHOES OVERALLS IN FACT Everything You Have to Wear WILL SAVE YOU MONEY I J C HOOKER CO norLivingsfon Ki OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily serj vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to 1 City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the inestorIand pleasure seeker 0c liberal stop over privileges is the time to go For owl literature rates etc see Ticket Agent or address R T Matthews T P A Iron GI tain Route Room 301 Norton Louisville KvISOLID COMFORT tin TRAVEL Means = The Henderson RouteI rl IeM Free RecliningGhairCars ron all trains between rr LOUISVILLE rr r Kentucky Points = d and ST LOUIS COLONIST ANDI Y TOME SEEKERS RATES TO rrHE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Irr If you con template a trip oj 1 change of location in the near fu ture Get the HENDERSON E ROUTE HABIT r It is the COMFORT LINE and a IE comfortable train in traveling is ways a good habit to acquire At least give us us the opportu nity of naming your rates We s have the equipment the train sere ice the flee chair cars and the rates What more do you want GEO L GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agt L J Agt HENDERSON ROUTE LOUISVILLE KY The plague has broken out in Saharanpur India a city of 70 ooo inhabitants Every quarter of 4 the city is said to be infected and the Government has practically jSoreing among the poor people in many 2 sections of India On the third finger of President Roosevelts left hand during the in J augural ceremonies was a heavily t embossed gold seal ring The t ring was a present to Mr Roose velt from Secretary of State JohnI Hay Instead of a seal on the oval flat surface of the ring is a recepta cle with a glass face Under the glass is a lock of hair crut from the head of Abraham Lincoln just after his assassinnation and before bis death STARTLING MORTALITY Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Ill saysITbey Ibilliousnessgists I 11 Robert Cox ii iI CLOTHING- AT HALF PRICEI WE are selling WINTER CLOTHING at less titan halfwhat you will pay for it elsewhere C 0toyour- self it costs you nothing to look and we are ALWAYS I glad show what we have Yours business ROBT COX t pone 66 Vernon Ky I m rRobert Cox i se- nne eeeenetareenerrrnnrnnm It A tE5SE isaperJatlit gtaqiJ1 in appear andifslhstutfial ThetENOXfJ22 shoellts these demands exadjy A e lCabVclo Irtred and Patent erWerecomctendit Phone No S3- 73ittlliltlliflitlittiillilltlitll t to for No Mt Were lBm We Sell Tpe TetifleotShoesThe Ever A fit For Every A Price For Every Purse McKENZIE Mt Vernon Ejci eaca GRANVILLE I I UNDERTAKER J i IBrodhead Ky I COMPLETE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly t THE OF MT Mt yernon KY r wish to say to our patrons and friends that we ap- preciateWE all business heretofore entrusted to us and solicit a continuance of same In so doing we extend to our patrons all privileges with conservative banking No amount too small to receive our prompt and careful attention We will also pay 3 per cent on all time deposits of 10000 brmore when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months Yours very truly I W L RICHARDS Cashier n To a dOne take Laxative Bromo QuinineTMIets sever MIIoasoWIjB08tU tltltit111Ailtttlitlitltll1ltitG Celebrated Produced Foot JONAS Ky- tlllililltlltltlltlttlitilltlittll OWENS LINE Filled BANK VERNON consistent Cure Day tJ irvie IIITwonys Ceres Grip 1 Oft every LSrEi i f Mt VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON Ky MAlt 10 1905 1 Call up No you want SIGNALz9cate with 4 TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a m 23 south 129 p m 25South inoa m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon K Postoffice as second class nail maUerI PERSONAL Mrs Estes will move to Junction City Sunuday Dr and Mrs M L Myers were in Cincinnati Saturday Miss Hedie Sayers was the guest ofrelatives here this week Born to the wife of S C Frank lin Monday a fine boy baby t Miss Mat Williams will entertain the Flinch Club this evening Mrs Matilda Houk celebrated her seventyninth birthday Monday Mr and Mrs S D Hysinger ar rejoicing over their first born a girlMorris Brown is now operator for the Missouri Pacific at Gyp sum Kan J Miss Maud Hansel has been very sick for several days but slightly better today Judge Colyer has moved to the McFerron property in the Northern part of town J T Gentry and wife of Leba non Junction visited relatives here and in Pulaski tim week A brother of Robert K Powell m Jackson county has moved W T Davis property M Norton of Jhe firm o on Hamlin Level Green here yesterday and left with office a nice order for job work LOCAL FOR SALE One house and loti jn Whites addition W T Davis Elsie Langford will have his ex amining trial today provided the witnesses all arrive W J Sparks made his contract for ballast for the K C R R a few days ago which is by odds the largest contract ever given by that division FOR SALEOne number on milch cow 4 year old with calf one month old Extra good milker- J T PURCELL mricit Mt Vernon Ky Oscar Hamm and the Sayers brothers have moved their sawmill to the Sayers tract of timber and will begin cutting right away It is a very fine boundary of timber J6rWa1 paper mouldings etc Samples showing all designs will be brought to your home at an time Picture frame mouldings o any kind BALES 1feb 10 2m Mt Vernon Ky r The Lent season began Wednes day which is known as As Wednesday The Richmond Reg ister adds the following bt of hisi tory of the forty days of the Len- period beginning with As Wednesday and ending with East er historic period of forty day until Easter is observed by the Roman Catholic and Episcopal churches to commemorate the fast of Christ in the wilderness Tuesday the last day before Lent known as Sbrone Tuesday Mardi Gras or Pancake Tuesday It was formerly kept as a fast day by those preparing for the fast and penitential offices on Ash Wednesday The early English were shriven on that day and in the i evening ate pancakes and made merry The Latin races still keep Mardi Gias meaning literally fat Tuesday as the last day of the carnival before Lent and the fun waxes fast and furious New Orleans and several other cities of the United States observe the day with gorgeous ceremonies Wednesday so called rom t practice of the priests in marking the forheads of penitents with ash es in token of their sorrow is the first day of the Lent season of forty days exclusive of six Sundays Easter comes at the end of forty and determines when Lent begins being always the first Sun dayafter the fourteenth day of the calender moon This yeaf Easter comes on April 23f Pap The log and lumber men along Rockcastle river and its tributaries are again made happy by the rise in the river Thousands of logs valued at over onehalf million will be brought down the river if the tide is sufficient We announce in this issue Squire Granville Leece as a candidate for reelection for Magistrate in tbeI Fifth district composed of Browns and Brohead precincts birl Ieece during the time which he has served as a member of tlleI Fiscal Court has proven himself a man worthy in ever particular of the trust imposed upon him and his every duty has been faithfully discharged VALUE OF ADVERTISING One of the good substantial citizens of the county called at this office a few days since and seeing the advertise meats as they appear in forms re marked A few years ago I never pretended to read an advertise ment but now I never start to a store that I do not first Took at the paper to see if I can find the article idvertisedwhich I want and where I can get it the cheapest This man has learned the value of adver tising to the buyer as well as the dealerIThere are quite a number of conflicting reports as to changes which the railroad company will make at Livingston Some say that the whole of Livingston will thingeand some another The truth of the matter is no one knows what will be done save the officials and these flying rumors Jon t amount to a snap of the finger for they are usually given out by some one who does not know a thing about it When Livingston is moved then it will be time to talk The Rev John Timothy Stone pastor of the Brown Memorial church Baltimore will preach at the Presbyterian church at this place next Wednesday evening at 7 oclock Rev Stone isone of the most learned and eloquent of all the Presbyterian ministers and those who fail to hear him on this treatfThrough the Influence of pr D McDonald Rev Stone and his con gregation have become interested in the educational work at this place and his visit to Mt Vernon at this time is to take some steps to wards building an industrial department in connection with the school The State Board of Equaliza tion convened at Frankfort last Tuesday Organization was effect ed by the election of M J Meagher of Frankfort Chairman J L Newman Chief Secretary and P G Phillips ofElizabethtown and G L Willis of Shelbyville Assistant accounteants will at once proceed to compare the transcriptsfurnished from each county preparatory for action of the Board There are yet fifty county assessors books not re ceived by the Auditor and all but about fifteen Clerks of the State subject to indictment and fine for failure to send in the transcripts as the law requires THE LOGS AT FORD fThepa3t week has made excit on the river During the cold spell 200000 logs were jammed in front of Irvine stretch ing eight miles up and down the begshn plants attempted to guide their movement In this they were quite masshpointsThisThe head of the log jamVwas near ly fifty miles above iufcomissline boats were ion about 300 experienced rivermen were employed The breaking screws went ahead of the beats Some carried axes and cut holes in the ice Others carried poles to the tips of which were attached fourounce phials nearly filled with powder fitted with fuse and sealed The man with the pole lights th fuse and thrusts the charge into th water under the ice A dull ex plosion follows these is a slight up heaval the ice breaks away in great sheets and floats down the river The boats puffing and straining through theice followed the break ers and in that manner the work went steadily on day and night Companhey about 20000 fourounce phials and over thirty miles of fuse In the mass vere about 30000 logs belonging to the SwanDay Company of Beattyville the Burt Brabb Company have about 75 boo logs the Ford Lumber Com pany about 30000 about 10000 logs have no marks and about 50 000 belong to Valley ViewWin chester SunentraeL IS TORN 3ICT3 ON LIYlNGSTOfl John Brown of Mt Vernon was in town Wednesday Joe Magee is Ion the sick listTe Griffin and G Mullins are in Louisville this weekDr W J Childress was called to Hazel Patch Tue dayW C Swinford of Brod headwas here Tuesday Steve Carson of Jellico Mrs Mary Payne of Altamont and Mrs Martha ItonsonMiss Alma Newland of Leb anon Junction has been the guest of Mrs Butcher this weekMrs Thos Daniels is visiting her mother Mrs Cable at RowlandMr and Mrs J C Hocker attended the burial ofthe little son of Dick Hocker at Pittsburg Sunday W T Merimee and son Fred returned from Louisville Sunday The closing exercises of the public school will be given at the schoolhouse Saturday evening Everybody welcome Hou Sam Ward is slowly improving Mesdames Will Ward Harry Magee Roy Mullins and Brack Hayes Miss Bertina Mullins little Margaret Singleton and Walter Browning are on thesicklistMrs Emerson Rice and son Earl returned Tues day after an extended visit in Campbell county Mrs A N Bentley has returned home from Louisville and Lebanon Junction Mrs Ella Franklin and little daughter of Wildie are the guests of Mrs Brack Graves Miss Florence Warren of Hazel Patch is the guest of Mesdames Geo Reynolds and Ballard Mullins Mes dames Geo Griffin and Egbert Hayes entertained a number ofI kinfolkswith a good dinner last Sunday The guests were too numerous to mention Mis J S Cooper visited friends in Mt Ver non last week Merits Land Sales I or one of my deputies will on Monday March 27 1905 being county court day at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky sell for taxes for the yeas o 1904 and 1903 the following tract- of lands Sales will be made be tween the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock pm H L TATS S R C DISTlSTo i Name No acres T S C Owens Joe 30 4 30 Riddle heirs 200 19 66 DIST No 2 Brown Pauline 35 4 17 Crawford Perim hrs 50 4 45 DIST NO3 Adams Leonard 78 6 81 Flannery heirs 30 2 28 Moore Sallie 70 4 46 McGee Joseph 10 3 45 DIST NO4 Abrams Walter 60 4 04 Baker G W 64 2vs 5 89 Croucher Willis 8 3 32 Gadd Jno G 30 sys 6 7 Gadd W F 20 4 55 Gadd Mary J 50 4 22 Gadd Caleb 30 5 60 Gadd Harrison 50 4 55 Gadd W C 25 2ys 4 38 7Hammonds 5 Linville John 60 7 47 Lowman Richard 50 2 98 Miller W L 30 6 56 Miller FF 283 25 04McClanahanSingleton Willis 100 2ys 6 09 Sims Martha 46 2 g Simpson Henry 60 7 n Wilson John 65 4 33 DIST No5 Baruett James 100 5 02 7Chasteen o 03Mu11insMcGuire J W 48 4 04 DIST No6 Gill WR 28 4 0 Head Thomas 50 4 8 Miller Andrew 30 4 04 DIST NO7 91I04Browning 55CoffeyDrew Geo 112 6 oo 45IMullins Ballard i town 10t6 50 9eI o 04StuckeyDIST No8 Arnold Geo i 3 55 3Renner oo 2 4Southard 2rDIST No 9 Brown J C 302 98 Bullock Elijah 100 4 55 Cash Jemima E 13 298 Edwards J B bros 112 545Gentry Mrs Sallie 100 592 Hamm 3M 150 7 os 72ONeal92Webb 4 2 PER J r t SHORT BIOGRAPHIES OF ij THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT Theodore Roosevelt was born York gation Oct of AssemblyJ Service mayor of 1886 1886 I New CommissionerI x89396Police Commissioner of New York City Ifthe1898 Colonel of the Rough Ri J ders 3 x 11901President 1904 the United States Charles W Fairbanks was born in 1852 at Unionville Center Ohio 872 Graduated from Ohio Wesleyan Universit- y187274Studied law and prac ticedjournalism in Pittsburg 1874 Removed to Indiana and admitted to the bar 187492 Practiced his profession and acted as counsel for large railroad systems 1892 =Made his debut in politics as chairman of the Indiana repub licau convention 189 3 Unsuccessful candidate for United Staves Senator from In diana 897EIected United States Senator 1904Nominatedat Chicago for the vice presidency 1904Elected vice president of the United States Theodore Roosevelt and Charles a W Fairbanks were inaugurated in Washington Saturday as President and Vice President of the United States The inauguration ceremon impress a ceeded all previous parades in point of numbers and in unique attrac tions It is estimated that zoo ooo visitors were attracted to Washington The line of march was more artistically decorated than ever before No street in the city was without flags Palms were a fea ture of the decorations and each side of Pennsylvania avenuet were noted historical figures in great numbers from the St Louis Exposition The inauguration of VicePresi Ifandan upon discharge of his duties the new Senate being immediately organiz 3ed President Roosevelt took the oath of office at the east front of the Capitol in the presence of a vast crowd The oath was administered Chief Fuller There 8pat its close and the President enter ed at once upon his inaugural ad dress the delivery of which occu pied only a few minutes jj The President made a running comment to those around him as 9the parade passed the reviewing stand It was in characteristicvein When the band played Garry Owen he pronounced it a bully fighting tune When the Filipi nos passed he facetiously remarked- The wretched serfs seem happy in their chains Ah theres Cus ters old bold regiment the finest in the service he criedas the Seventh Cavalry swept by A 4bunch of cowboys proved to be personal friends and shouted greetings to him as they rode past A band that played Therell be a Hot Time set himI swaying in his chair x t The festivities of the day closed with the inaugural ball at the Pen sion building and a display of fire works A feature of the inaugural ball was the presence of a trained orchestra of 500 veices The ex hibition of fireworks was the most elaborate ever seen at the National Capitol INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY It would have been incredible brutality if Chas P Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the 8best he could for his suffering son boybe says cut a fearful 4gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve whir quicklyhealed it and saved hi eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 250 at atl druggists MST g Boots Shoes Rubbers Cyst LeastWearRest Salesman BC BOdos f l 0 t cccprW IoThI N order to make room for Spring Goods we will make the following sacrificeon winter goods rtFleecedMens 12 50 Overcoats now 7 50 Mens 7 50 Overcoats now 5 50 MMens 5 00 Overcoats now 3 75 7 200 Prs Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes that were 50 to 3 50 now at E are to C Io All head will be and sold on per cent and if no sale is made no cost for No farm of 317 acres on near Ky is one of the best in the and will be sold at the owner to look after same of his The farm is fence 170 acres in three on wells and and of stock water Also No 3 of 300 acres will be sold in two if This farm is on and iar Ky and is the best of the Well 175 acres in well one new two to store and in one of the best in he A is the of and he and of den of his as he not him The is at the of the still hold but are to to Tie Pass is of the may in store for the army on its to be lhat Gen has cut off on the east the the in are said to be in the of Tie Pass nor yet to the or in the The in the on the left are said to has for a big sewer to It will be five and the cost is We all doc tors of own tor out He it the the the of Pectoral is well known In One of Pills at t rK It a f f 50e 125 A complete line of Clothing and Dry goods the lowest prices atfrIOLD IRON WANTED 25CTS PER 1OOLBS i w have the Goods you want and making the priee suit ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCoaMT farms etadvertised under thief advertised advertising FARM lThis located Negro creek Brodhead farms county bargain being unable properly because health entire under cultivation balance timbered houses farm good springs plenty good goodorchard FARM Consists which separate desired located theMt Vernon Somerset road- n Level Green located- in farming section county fenced cultivation balance timbered watered twostory building tenant houses convenient church postoffice communities county great bargain General Kuropatkin giving ground before armies Japan Wednesday abandoned posi tions south southwest Muk burning such supplies could carry with Japanese artillery thunder gates Mukden which tosition Russians which they admittedly prepared evacuate changing their base which forty miles north Mukden What Japanese have defeated retirement northward remains disclosed Thereare reports Rennenkampff been from main force JapaneseQtroops considerable numbers already vicinity Neither commanders correspondents have ventured estimate number killed wounded eleven days fighting Russian casualties fighting Tuesday flank have been fully 7000 Chief Engineer Breed nearly completed plans drain South Louisville miles long estimated about 1500000 Agesknow what good think flyers Cherry Pectoral Ask your and find will Cherrytelli Pectoral1you how quiets tickling- throat heals inflamed lungs sand controls hardest coughs ittathebewtmedicinein eSOeS100 CCdyanCo- tlrllltldcUfOr Lowe Hard Coughs Apex ttletltimwiti fttn yvaently atiYf to B U i HOUK ADAMS i1 IChas C Davis r Cassie i Chadwicks Tonic 1 Is now on the market in leading drugstore w Y 4inChas C Davis Drugstore Pv Atid Is the popular place for everything in the drug linen v Io Pan Micines Pharmaceuticals n Ajid a Cojnplete Line of Toilet Goods PRESCRIPTION work Carefully Com pounded day or night f I Phone No G4 CHAS C DAVIS 1i o Chas C Davis o c mBBBBBBB ATTENTION aEagEEEE1 mmmmc pay a trao mmmPRAC1ICEE1BBBBBBB ATTENTION EEE aam M Willis Griffin PRACTICAL AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR ill Vernon Ky = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming 5- Edone Fine Hearse attached 5 ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled = = Phone No 63alU1U1Ul1ilUU11Ul111U1Ul11iuUllU1U1UU11U1UH11UU11hll1 HAVE TH- ESIGNAL PRINT InfnUnnn1tnnttnnt1t1 UNDERTAKER IJOB OFFICE A Your Letter Heads Envelopes Statements Bill Healsetc and you will always have the best WRITE US FOR SAMPLES AND siPRICESt S I PRICES 2IIN TWO We have sold our store buildingand must 1 close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALE INI TWO Come and buy your Shoes SMrfsj Overcoafs and GfofMrtgr of aff Kindsv We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods that you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERALMERCHANDISE F1KRUEGERSONSMt ADJOINiNG COUNTIES John CJiildress of Pineville was nccidentallj killed at i nd where he was RichmondI William Jonnings at Williamsburg April iStli under Wiiliamslburject for the evening is The Value of an Ideal George Humphreys was killed by a train at Middlesboro A company is being organized to construct a modern operahouse at Barbourville The building will be a threestory brick and besides tho operahouse will contain a lodge room and office rooms Most of the required capital bas- already been secured and the prospects re for its construction this summer A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out ofa burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genu ine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep iton hand Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co New York rapid transit rolling stock is to be augmented by two cars each Sooo feet long containing 2 700 seats and a seating ca pacity of Sooo passengers says New York telegram to the Chicag InteriorOceau The motive pow er will be electricity and the speec from nine to twelve miles an hour There will be only two stops ii twenty four hours one in the earl morning and one at night These cars will take the form o a moving platform railrcad rui under ground through Thirty fourth street from the East rive to the Nonh river- The construction is in the hands ofa company which made and operated similar roads at the Paris and Chicago worlds fairs The moving platform is to all intents a regular railway propelled by electricity There are no stops interruption of traffic and at all times an ample seating capacity The continuous line of seats are placed a yard apart each seat holds three persons who sit facing in the direction the car is going The cor itself is run on a platform which rests above the set of wheels As the wheels are stationary and- ru5bertirzd there is nonoise nor jar Next to this train platform there is another platform also on wheels and traveling in the same direction at the rate of six miles an hour Next to this second plat form is a third traveling at the rate of three miles an hour A passenger steps from the regu lar station platform and reaches the three miles an hour platform then from this to the second or sx mile an hour platform From this in like manner and with no inconvenience he reaches the nine mile an hour platform and takes his seat On reaching his station he alights by a similar process of diminishing speed The moving platform its proprie tors declare can deliver 47520 seated passengers per hour at any given point whereas the subway has only a capacity of 28080 FOR AN IMPAIRAD APPETITE Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that is needed is a few doses of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the4 stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetitelikitwolfiThese tablets also act as a gentle laxative For gale at Chas C Davis drug store Two thousand Japanese troops have been landed at Shengudshin north of Korea The strike troubles are being re newed in all the important industrial centers in Russia At St Petersburg 50000 men are out 4andthreats of a general strike are made unless the demands of the workmens representatives are suited by the government Cr i 1 y CUT r Queen Crescent tale SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville New Orleans Shreveport Texas Points EYe Iand 89 E Main St lcxington Ky W C RINEARSON den Pass 4gt LAND STOCK AND CROP Boone county white corn was originated 29 years ago by James Riley of Boone county Ind It has been improved year by year by selection until its type has become permanent The highest authori ties including the corn expert of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station J N Harper con sider it the best variety of corn for this latitude At the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station this year it yielded more than any of the 20 varieties tested It Las taken morepremiums than any oth er variety of corn The largest hog raised in this lo cality was killed last week by Mr Josh Daniel one of Garrards most prominent farmers The animal tipped the beam at 1000 pounds and when skinned the hide meas ired eight feet across the center Another raised by Mr Daniel was one year old and weighed 700 lbs Two June pigs pulled the beam at J9 These hogs were raised in a arn and every attention given hem They were bedded as carefully as a race horse and this extra care goes to prove thatspe ciaLattention to hogs pays handsomely in the long run Lancaster Record The Lexington Herald notes the prices obtained at several public sales as follows At the sale of Cliff Shropshire 19 yearling horn steers 44 per head 45 shortI tered Shorthorns 52 per hogs averaged 5 20 per 100 Ibs brood sows from 15 to 30 per head shoats 3 per head horses from 75 to 150 each corn 210 per shock fodder 15 per shock At the D B Muir sale the mules sold from 125 to 150 horses from 75 to 225 shoats weighing 40 pounds 2 Ja led com in crib 2503 barrel fodder 20 cents a shock fowels from 4 6 450 a doxen yearling steers at 26 head brood sows 14t the sale of J V Berry corn brought 225 in thecrib hay 1350 aton millet 6 50 a ton mules sold from 875 to 120 a head horses 75 to 205 a head Jersey cows 40 to 95 a head turkeys 3 a head and chickens 6 per dozen BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelopen Force In the shape ot violent physic or pm dangerous Tti episgtheCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY OoolDoGood bookletor KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAH IHit is a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets and a quick cure is certain For sale at Chas C Davis drug store Stockholders of the Pennsylva nia Railroad Compauy at their meeting on March 14 will yotejon a bond issue of IOO OOooo I PAPER 13 TORN Commissioners Sale IROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURTI Sallie Riddle Pltffs vs Judgment James Riddle Green Riddle Charley Riddle Minnie Riddle Jesse Agee and John Agee Defts Byvirttle of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term 1905 will proceed to offer for sale at public to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon 1yon Mon day the 27th day of March 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours of roand 3 oclock p in on a cred it of six months luring 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the fol lowing described property towit Said land is located in Rockcastle conn ty Kyon Cove branch on the waters of Roundstone creek and Ixjunded as fol laws On the north liv the lands of Anse Dooley M C PrQctor George Proctor Craig Bryant and Anderson Proctor on the east by the lands of Craig Bryant and Anderson lroctor on the south In the lands of Joshua Boreing and William Evans and on the west by the lands of James Ridele and W Vlritehead and containing about 200 acres will sell all of said timber on said trrct of land except the chestnut exclud ing any thither that might be in the yard or garden of said premises in one sale and will then sell the land separate and apart from said thither hint including in the land sale the chestnut on said land will then sell both land and timber and will accept the hid that brings the greater amount of money Should the land and timber when sold separately more money tItan the land and bringj when sold together I will accept or bids but shou1 the land and timlier hiring more than the land and timber sold separately I shall accept that bid The puchaser wilt be required to give bond with approved surety the force and effect of a judgment for purchase price llidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNIXGTON Master Com TEXAS FRUIT LANDS PRODUCE EARLY CROPS WHICH BRING FANCY PRICES o Texas they begin shipping rIn in April tomatoes in May 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 getting through the winter Fruit and truck lands along the cheaplastruck they can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre and more Besides its an ideal climate no long cold winters Write forbook let on fruit and truck growing E W LA BEAUME G P TA Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo GUARANTEED 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 in 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest 500 If your drvggisl hasnt it send soc in stamps aod it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo Two children are dead and a third is dying at Gadsden Ala as the result of throwing a can of powder in the fire to see it burn Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT William Slalsworth etc i iUfs vs Judgment Oscar Stalsworth etcftsB-y virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term 1905 J will proceed to fer for sale at public auction to thehigh cst bidder at the front door of the court IIthefirst clay of county court between the hours of utah oclock on a credit of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from eLite of sale until paid the lowing discribed property towit- A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Kyon the waters of Roundstone creek tiitl bouiideet as follows On the neIonCo on the south and cajt by the lands of Dan Griffin Also another tract locat in said county and that on the same creek and hounded on the north bv the lands of Dan Griffin on the south by the lands of Logan Renner on the west by the lands of Sallie Lovell anti on the cast by the lands of Harve Mink antI knownI as the Sand Hill tract till acres unknown The purchaser will be required to give hioiidwith approved surety having the force and effect of a judgment for the pur chase price Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms lI PKNXINGTON Master Com SaleCommissioners ROCKCASTLS CIRCUIT The J P Frank Wholesale Grocery and Hardware Co Pitts vs Judgment F II Hardy etc Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February tenu 1905 I will proceed to theIcourt house in Mt Vernon KY on Mon day the 27th day of March 1905 heing the first day of county court between the hours of and 3 0 cock on a credit of six months learing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the fol lowing discril ed property towit Two tracts of land located in Hock castle county Ky on the line of the Louisville anti Nashville Railroad Co about two miles south of Mt Vernon being the property known as the Scott Lime Kiln property and Craig Bryant faini and thus bounded Tract No or Lime Kiln tract on th south side of and adjoining the tract of the Knox ville branch of the Louisville Nash yule R R Co or on the west side or end of tunnel No Z between said tunnel and south end of the first cut at the south end of Big Fill beginning at a small lorut tree near the whistle board and running up the hill east wjvrdly with the drain or gully to a small walnut tree thence northwest across and towards Bryants house to a small locust tree at the fence and yard thence down the fence to the rail road thence with the railroad to the beginning containing three acres le the same more oe less Tract No 2 being the Craig Bryant tract beginning on a walnut the cor ner of the foregoing three acres thence southwest course loin hundred and sixtysix feet to a stone thence east course ijJt live hundred aril ninetysix feet to a line between Bryant and Miller takes mostly a west course in line between Bryant anti Mil ler to a sugar tree corner to Bryant and Miller land tlnnce with the fence as it now stunds northwest corner to a stone in rightofway of the Louisville Nashville R II Co thir tyeight feet lenin the center of same thence with the inc of said rightof way an easwaidly course to a stone in the saul rightofofway and corner to the three acra lot heretofore scribed thenc3 a southeast course about 200 two hundred feet to a lo cust and corner to sale three acres thence with the line of said thee acres co the beginning containing jij soy entyfive acres he the same more or less The purchaser will lie required to give hooch with approved surety hav lug the force and elTect of a judgment for purchase price Bidders will prepared to comply promptly witi- these terms M PENNINGTON Master Com CHAMPION LINIMENT FOR R IEU MATISM Chas Drake a mail carrier at Chapinville Conn says Cham II herlains Pain Balm is the cham pion of all liniments The past year 1 was troubled a great deal with rheumatism iu my shoulder After trying several cures the store keeper recommended this remedy nnd it completely cured me 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 short time will produce a perma nent cure On sale at Chas C Davis drugstore The Texas Train OF TIlE COTTON BELT ROUTE IS TILE FAST ONE 0 Leaves St Louis 500 p m every day arrives Pine Bluff Texarkana Shreveport next forenoon Jn the afternoon or early evening it reaches Greenville Dallas Fort Worth Tyler Corsicana Waco Houston Beaumont Lake one night on the road to South Texas and the Gulf Coast countryHandsome quipmentcomfrt able new chair cars Pullman sleep ers and cafe cars where you can get a good Write us mealIwill tell and pleasant Cheap rates twice a month EWLABEAUME3GPTA Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Twentyseven Dwells weere corn pleted in the lower division of the Kentucky oil field last month and in that number there were but five dusters Oil has been discovered in over fifty counties in this State s CaJTlJnissioRersSale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT The Bank of Mt Vernon Pltf JuilguientGeo r Defts By virtue of a judgment anti order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term 1905 I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Veniou Ky on Mon day the 27th day of March 1905 being theIcredit of six mouths bearing 6 per cent paidtheA tract of laud located in Rock count Kycii the waters of RoHiid stone creek and bounded as follows Be ginning at two whiteoaks and pine southwest corner of said tract of land also a curlier to an old survey made in the name of Degraffinreed thence running with his line south 86 east 100 poles to a whitcoak and two hickories thence north poles to a pine and chestnutoak R near the head of a small hollow thence north 86 west 100 poles to two vhitcoaks and dogwood to a corner in the above named tract thence with a line of the tattle southeast iCe poles to the stakes of the beginning supposed to contain acres more or less purchaser will be required to give Irhewith approved surety having the anti effect of a judgment for pur price Bidders will be prepared to complY promptly with these terms M PEXXINGTON Master Com Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT W I DooleyltfJudgiiientI by her committee F L Thompson Defts tBy virtue of a judgment and order of of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Kyoii Mon thetest from date of sale until paid the fol lowing discrihed property twit A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Clear creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a sugar tree and fallen the corner to a survey in the name of James Hardin and Stanshury on a hillside close lyan old field thence north 80 west crossing a large branch at 45 poles in all 90 poles to a whiteoak and sugar tree standing on the north side ofa branch thence north 83 west 74 poles toa hickory and maple thence south 4 east 68 poles passing a black walnut and sugar tree stump Caloways northeast corner of his upper cooacre survey to a stake at the mouthof a laue in the county rood that leadsup Clear creek thence with said road south 53 west poles to a stake in the middle of Clear creek thence down said creek south 28 cast 12 poles to a stake in the creek thence south 54 east 6 poles to a stake thence north 4 12 east 4 12 poles to a stake thence south 4 east 36 poles to a stake in the aforesaid Calo ways line thence north 60 east poles to the eginuHig containing 50 acres inoreorless purcliaser will be required to give jrhe th approved surety having the force and effect ofa judgment for pur chase price Bidders will be prepared to termsI Com BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a tOnic and tnot as a drastic purge are DeWitt Little Early Risers They curt headache constipation billions ness etc Early Risers are small easy to take atd easy to actasafi- piil Mack Hamilton hote- clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co tbalIrs sued last week was really decided upon in substance three month ago under the recommendation ot SviatopolkMyrsky and was in corporated in the December mani festo Subsequently under the in fluence of the reactionary leaders it was stricken out IThe body of an apparently re woman was taken from Lake Michigan at Chicago A bomb was exploded in the home ofa millionaire cotton manu facturer of Warsaw and a servant killed Miss Agnes Westley I85 Wells Street- MarinetteWis 816 Wells Stree- tMuuxxrre Wis Sept 25 1903 I was all run down from nervousness andoTerworkandhacltoresign- ny position and take a rest found I was not gainirg mr strength and health as fast as I could wish and as your Wine of Cardni was recommended as such a good medicine for the ills of our sex bought a bottle and began usinff it I was satisfied with the results from the use of the first bottle and took thrcemore and then found I was restored to good health and strength and able to np my work with renewed vigor I consider afine tonic and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleaaedto endorse it AGNES WESTLEY 25cpackageofThedfordsBlackDraught Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of WINE OF CARDUI Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT James Cover Florida Cover James C Gover Bowen Gover By next friend James Goer SrltfsJudgmentKxparte Deft s By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term 1905 I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Venion Ky on Mon beingjliehours of 10 and 3 oclock on a credit of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the fol lowing discribed propeaty towit A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Kyon the waters of Negro Beginlugto Joseph Reynolds loiacre tract alsohto Solomon Roberts also to John thence by William Haggards patent south 60 12 west poles to an ash hid ory and gum on the lank of a branch thence south one half west 75 poles to a whiteoak and beech on the tarkiln fork of Negro creek south 89 12 east call pineinthis line north 24 12 west 100 poles to a stake thence 60 34 west 66 poles to the beginning containing 94 acres more or less and known as the William Haggard 5oacre patent giveboiielpurc1nseprccomply promptly with these terms 11 IKNNINGTON Master Com THE COLONELS WATERLOO Col John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water too from liver and kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a 50C bottle of our great Electric Bitters which cured me I con sider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them sold and guaranteed to cure dyspepsia billiousness and kidney dis ease by all druggists at soc a bot tIe CoTimissoner Garfield promises tInt the inquiry into the operations t the Oil Trust will be conducted s expeditiously and as thoroughly as posible The Commissioner- ys he will personally visit the re glens where the complaint against the Standard is greatest and that every lead will be followed till exhausted MORE STAR BRAND SHOES COME INJIORE DRY GOODS COME IN FRESH GOODS ALL THE TIME I keep a good fire Every sale I put more coal in the stovestop and warm Any kind of goods you want and prices to please you Come and see me and put some thing in your poke Sewing Machines 15 and up All kinds of machine supplies Write to mewill send you any thing by mail W M OWENS Sparks Quarry An ordinance requiring Louisville saloons to close at midnight and not open until 5 oclock in the morning was introduced in the Gen eral Council Tuesday night and commitIteeHARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure cough One Minute Cough Cure uts the mucous draws the julia n ation out of the throat lungs and Hionchial tubes heals soothes and rres A quick cure for croup and looping cough One Minute cugb Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucous membrane right where the cough troublesin the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co TO CONSU31PT1YES The undersigned having been restored to heath by simple means after suffering for several veers with severe lung affection and that dreail disease is UlItousto make known to hh fellow stiffer ers the means ef cure To those who desire he will cheei fully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they find a sure cure for and all throat and lung He hopes all sufferers will ry his remedy as it is inval uable Those desiring the prescription whKh will cost them nothing and may drove a blessing will please address REV Brooklyn New York mar 3051yr Dr Lyman Beecher Sperry in an address at Chicago said man may live hapily for one hundred and fifty years Nearly 20000 emigrants are scheduled to arrive in New York this week Lion Co Statesof The greatest nation in the world is the grealeitconiumer of coffee Lion Coffee Is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pare thats why packInjuring r C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY 6TOFFICE On and floor ol The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church treetSpecial attentIo given rto collections Phone No 80 F lt1 M L MYEKS Dentist Mt Ve K f s f OFFICEAt residence n Cld Main St the C C Vil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete of c by W M Ky and and ALL IMT Services it the Church Ing 1ft t3r Sundaj a at a tri 730 p chool 930 a m all services t Junday at 2 p m OT TEST No meets every It nnd 3rd at 730 p in JAS E HOITK Corn CHAS C DAVIS R of and but the truth is the causes catarrh Repeat d attacks of tha mucous lining the and the Juices of natural This iscalled Catarrh of the relieves all of the mucoua lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings Settles prtparad by DWITT fc Ohlcao II FOR BY MT CO FOR Firsl WMS known LINE Caskets Robes Orders Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Granite Marble Monuments Tombstones WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR Monday Monday MondaySeptember COURTThird CHURCHES Christian Sunday MeetingEveryvhuysdayThe on4ththe4aturday Pyeleetini MondayNo14oYEETS MACCABEES- K Monday Indigestion Causes Catarrh the Stomach thitCatarrhdyspepsia exactly opposite Indigestion Indigestion Inflames membranes stomach caustndigestion Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure inflammation membranes lndgsztiodyspepsia EatMaketimtatheSALE VERNON DRUG KILLTHECOUCHANDCURETHE KingsNew cNSUMPTION and IISOcfoiiijTHBOATLES or MONEY BA- CKWANTED 22 inch heading holts at all points on the K C and K D divisions of the L N Railroad in Rockcastle Brodheadcar load lots Will pay 5 per cord 32ft Also all the second growth whit oak butts 30 inches long 8 in and over in diameter- CRANORSMITH LUMBER dec93ra L C S IITH Gen Mnjoi