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M s 'Jl A BIG BUSINESS IN DRY GOODS-AN- D WHAT MAKES IT. bring you "face to face" the newest designs, finest patterns and all that is new and novel in Spring Dress Goods. All that is new in Lawns, Dimities, Organdies, Batistes, Mohairs, Cashmeres, White goods and finest patterns and trimmings for making the beautiful new style shirr waist suits. We are show-- ' ing finer styles and low.er prices WE. vr. : - uiciiK.cv.ci Here you call see thepreftiest designs in Calicoes and Scotch Lawns as low as 5c a yard. Do as we have done, buy them early and make them up at your leisure, We are showing Laces and Ham-burg- s and Insertions in efidless variety, - )el0m&2-- . ,. - SHIRTS BY the THOUSAND SUSPENDERS and SOX VVhy, in the name of the (jreah Horn Spoon, are 50 many ptyJep needed? wo- to see the dozens of If YOU puirht.discover this, they'll different styles. for the our all eve set back at us talk about them being hard to suit in "fix-ins.- " SHOES W'.i WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOES HERE? IF NOT WHY NOT? up-to-dat- have qvory thing to offer in Shoes that are new and PRICES," nil SENSATIONALLadies and Children s Wnfo of black and tans Are wo selling Shoes at cost? Nc sir! But we sell 25 per cent, cheaper than any one who advertises to sell "at cost" "at cost" means what they cost you not the merchant. See DurMen's High Top Brogansat 8z the Our Biq Stock Down Of Fijkniturk, Mattinos and Everything Ei.sk, and our Bargains, make it Hill directions, and "trade rolls in.'' from all to Our Store MORE GOODS FOR.LESS MONEY fact is stranger than phrase. New -- Goods-Ne- w Prices, New EVERYTHING! vUl mm n s? mi ms9U Jm. We learn that the big court of The fr0S are Iaking good use Kentucky says Haigis and Co. must of tIe pretty wcatiler. . ... face the music at Lexington where; ., rs- ,, L. Kelton . visiting . . , i , , IV, - u..t .1 re,atives , UlchmoIul( is M..-J them, and we say, let it be so too,' Dr. Cooper, of Livingston, is wait- and we further say that if a fair ing on the sick here this week. trial can and will be accorded, the wnoopingcougn lias again Breathitt county suspects at LexConway, leaving several cases. the same would be given Harvey Chenault is preparing to Taylor and his cohorts, then why not send them in and let the laws raise ten acres of tobacco this be executed on them a little in- - season. stead of hiding them behind the M, Nave, better known as I. '.Tj W Governor of Indiana, in violation Boss Nave, of Nicholasville, is with aFF of U. 3. Constitution? This seems us again. to me another case of "the lawyer Some gardening in way of lettuce, and farmer" and their celebrated peas and Irish potatoes, has been ox episode. Let law and equal done here. Bit 1 GOODS. HATS, CAPS AND V A X T S. justice be handed out or down to fi to 8c per yard Outings Owing to the wet weather there ;ic to $1.-- 0. Men's Hats all alike, and not punish some and Calico 4 to 5c per yard Boys and men's Caps 25c, Now 19c has been but little plowing done in protect others equally as guilty. Check Cotton 5 to 8c per yard 79c Now Men's Jeans Pants this section. $ Flannelette 10c, Now $1.2.-,He per yard Our laws are good if executed. Men's Corduroy Pants Flannel Skirts $1, Now Stock feed was never known to 79c each Wade Brown brought in a good UNDERWEA It Dress Ginghams to 8c per yard ?17.Vo ft lot of sheep from the mountains be sny scarcer in this section than Now Men's Underwear 50c, Check Ginghams 5c per yard Ladies' Union Suits 50c, Now c& Monday for which he paid long it is at present time. SHOES.. SI8c Q Ladies' twopieco Suits 50c, Now One of J. C. Wood's children has prices. Wade Mullius bought a 150 prs. boys and girls Shoes, 65c per pair Children's Union Suits 25c, Now 10c SX small pair- of mules from John whooping cough and pneCnioaia ,125 prs. women's Shoes, 75c per pair 1! LAN If E VS. Thompson for $210. J. N, Brown aud is not expected to live. 17o prs. men s Shoes, 08c per pair . Now JDcpor pair M Blankets were 75c, one from Walter Renner for $80. Miss Mamie Jones, of Mt. Ver Now 79c per pair Blankets were $1, Work horses are very scarce and non, began a three 'months' sub'each j Now 77c Bed Comforts were $1, mighty high here now. A few scription school here last week. 1ST Do not wait until the last moment but come to Brodhnad right now and carry awnylj bogs are going nt cattle U. S. Berry is preparing to have are in the back ground, but will an old fashioned wood- - chopping some 01 our oargams. wo nave marked our goods down so they will go. btriotiy cash or rj If move to the front by and by. and a big dinner one day.Jhis week. ri t rt v' t" our farmers would raise ouly the We understand we art, to have best grades of cattle we would almore passenger trains on this lire ways have a market at home. HEAVQUAItTEJIg FOlt BARGAINS, about May 15th Fro.m the amount 0 Norton and Hamlin have new KENTIWKV. BRODHEAD, Iff of trains run on this ine now we Q goods at the old stand. Kggs are don't see much room for any more. ::,$QC$oe & worth 16c, but will drop as the sea D. C. Pullins attended court at son advances, Our farmers are doing their best to put out large Stanford last week where he had crops of both corn aud oats. Johtf a suit against theL. & N. R. R. Co., Jim QcBord has put out his gar- for being hurt by one of their trait 8 den and planted potatoes. Jack at Rowland two years ago. He got Towery seems to be holding his a judgment against the company KY. own very well Some grip aud for $250. colds with our people now. M. 'P, 0. W. Jones, who went to Vila DeBord and family, of Elrod, were Grove, III., two months ago to It is with pleasure wc dof-ir- to call,vonr attention to the Citizens Bank, of Brodhead, visit his son, M. R. Jones, was tal visiting Mrs. Towery Sunday. eu sick a few dajs after arrivii g Ky., and state some of the advantages that are gained by being one Of our depositors. The Bank John Shutts has his mill in I can compliment to live, bigan business orderr oni January 7th, 1905, and its growth up to the present time has been remarkable tit '.UncleiGear-sold feliow Mrs. Patten in her f Jf: the, in this ' fittiaPhe may and'iveYv saTi&factoryto the stockhoVdflr.s,Questions. Here, boys, and it is to h3e """ & 1Tir! ' V ' bis old home part of e solve this: If three boys eat three recover and re as smmmthat began payingrl?per cent, on deposits, believing that when a person'-lef(3) apples in three (3) minutes here. much as 100.00 or more on deposit for six months without checking, that they should derive some how many boys will eat 100 apples MATItlitONlAL safo that could bo math', of the benefits. We are equipped with the best burglar proof, sc.iow-doolu 100 minutes?" If the third of six (6) be three (3) what would.the ) ) Micajah McKenzle, aged 59, and and people have come miles to see it and pronounced it the most wonderful piece of mechanism they of twenty (20) be? Analyze. tvvice a widower, nd Mrs. Maggie had ever seen. The safe is made of the best steel with u screw door one foot in diametor, and sot Victor Brown is working nighty Cook, aged 33, wjio has nlso heeu at Tellico Junction. Tenn., and is married twice, fere joined heart within the door is the time movements by which the door is locked. The safe is set within a brick well pleased with his job. Robt. and hand Tuesday; . The groom is wall that is 28 inches thick. We also have a vault door that closes with twenty bolts and weighs Hatcher has too many taters and is a substantial citizep of the Pleasant 8,000 pounds. We most cordially ask ycu to visit the bank and examine it for yourself and .see if it mad about it. Bpil them and feed point section whwe.the bride, who on as much as $100.00 or more when left 8 to "your pigs, Bra, plant lots of lives near Highland, is a handsome is not a safe depository. Remember we pay percent, them again for there is nothing like and attractive jwoman. Iuterior six months. it ouly more taters. Journal. Mr. MdKeuzie was formWe ask you to give us your We offer to the people a safe and conservative banking system. I fe' this morning (Tuesday) erly a resident of Ithis county, who ploas-anand profitable relation. just like I want to "be farming, but is well and favorably known here. business and we guarantee a Say,, alas! it is yet impossible. Trusting to have the pleasure of meeting you personally. I am, In Russia evetjy woman of the where is Henry Brannaman, and peasant class marries, or pretends Yours very truly why doesn't he come to see me to marry. If a girl comes to the .1. W. HU'I'CHESOX, Cashier. and bring that rooster? decision that no one intends to ask Buck Varnon. her to marry, jfie leaves home, the old Fayette Ir.terurbau ComADJOINING COUNTIES BHODHEAD. pany, which recently purchased goes to seme distant district and n A Chicago Alderman Owes His the franchises, of Clifford Bebee. s ifter a time to announce that Election to Chamberlain's! Under the decision of the Court who took over the holdincs of the The protracted meeting which she is a widow, that she went away Cough Remedy. has been in progress for the last of Appeals, James and Alexander Bluegrass Consolidated Traction ".I cau heartily and conscient- to be married and that her bus three week!, at the M. E. church, Hargis and Edward Callahan will Company. The Fayette Company No embariously recommend Chamberlain's bind has since died. had posted a forfeit to bind the be compelled to stand trial in Fay- building of the Versailes road with Cough Remedy for affections of the rassing questions are put to her, closed lait Saturday night, doing throat aud lungs," says Hou. John for among the peasants it is con- much good and adding several new ette county as accessories to the the Woodford County Fiscal Court Richmond Climnx. Shenick, 220 So. Peoria St., Chimembers to the fold. Born, to the murder of James Cockrill. bad form 'to mention a dead cago, 111. "Two years ago during sidered The heavy rains of last week wife of I. W. Ballard, on the 12th This curious STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS. a political campaign, I caught cold unn to bis widow. Inst., an H. girl. Thieves enter- made a twelve foot rise in the Kentucky river, and the lumber men. alter being overheated, which irri- custom goes to show in what high ed the general store of When your ship of health strikes s John tated my throat and I was finally regard the women of Russii look who have been idle so long are re- the hidden jocks of consumption, last Sunday night by breaking joicing over an abundant supply of pneumonia, etc., you are lost, if you compelled to stop, as I could not upon the institution of marriage. Mr. Robbins logs. The Burt & Brabb Co., at don't get help from Dr. King's New glass in front door. speak aloud. In my extremity a Pearson's Weekly. friend advised me to use Chamber says be don't miss anything, but Ford, caught about ninety thous- Discovery for Consumption. J W. laiu's Cough Remedy. I took two A DINNERUJNVITATION. his clothing was found in a verv and in their booms, filling them al- McKinnon, of Taladega Springs, doses that afternoon and could not most completely. This is the heav- Ali., writes; ' I had been very ill After a hearty meal a dose of had condition. Ora Frith still believe my senses when I found the Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent iest run they have had for years with pneumonia, under the care of very low with rheumatism. next morning the inflammation bad an attack of indigestion. Kodol is and means eraplojraent 12 months, two doctors, but was getting no largely subsided. I took several a thorough dlgestant and a guaranL. Stone, of Stanford, visit- day and uight, for four hundred better when I begau to take Dr. John doses that day, kept on talkiug teed cure for indigestion, dyspephands. The tide greatly damaged King's New Discovery. The lirst through the campaign, aud I thank sia, gas ou the stomach, sour risings, ed George Frith first of the week. the lock at Ford, by the water cut- dose gave relief, and one bottle this medicine that I won my scat bad breath and all stomach troub Robert G. IWilmott began his ca- ting around the end ou the Madi- cured me." Sure cure for Mre in the Council." This remedy is les. N. Watki'ns, Lesbui, Ky., reer of telegraph operator, at Lily son side and a number of govern- throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds. sold by Cbas. C- - Davis, the drug says: "1 can testify to the efficacy last week. Chas. Hurt has return- ment men are now nt work trying Guaranteed at all druggists. Price gist. of Kodol in the cure of stomach' ed home from Loretto and New to temporarily repaint until spring, 50c and 1. Trial bottles Iree. trouble. I was afflicted with stom- Haven. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dunn when a large cement wall at a cost Drilling for oil is to be on a large of many thousand dollars, will be ach trouble for fifteen years and aud Miss Ella Dunn are visiting in built along the bank of the river to 'cale this spring aud summer ia have of A MATTER OF HEALTH dol taken sixibottleswhichyour Ko- Garrard county. Our uew drug turn the current. Richmond Cli- Kentucky aud Tennessee. Operaentirely Dyspepsia Cure, tors have begun to move machinery cured me. The six bottles were st re is a sure go, Mr. Shuggars max. The Central Kentucky Ti action into sec. ions out of the scope ot worth $ 1,000 to me." Kodol Dys- having made contract with A. E. pepsia Cure will digest any quan- Albright for house. He wijl build Company filed articles of incorpor- regular activity. The present agiCounty Clerk R. L. Ba- tation in Kansas is said to he detity of all the wholesome food you it and have ready for occupancy ation withWednesday, the capital pressing the market aud keepiijg ker here want to cat v,hile your stomach by June 1st. Capt. L. C. Smith stock to be $200,000. The princi- down the price of cri'deoil. takes, a rest recuperatesand grows who has been hick for several days, pal incorporators are Louis strong-- . This wonderful prepara JS e to be out again. W. A. president of the Lexington Chamhkki..wn's Coi.ic, Cholera. uu ui us uuu isjusuy emiucu of Lebanon Junction, spent Street Ra'lway Company; D. F AND DtARIUIOKA Rn.MUDV Sold by Hunt, mans remarkable cures. . Sunday with R. W. Dallas. R. W. Frazee, president of the Phoenix The great success of this prepaMt. Vernon Drug Co. Daltas has sold his barber shop to National Bank; J. W. Rodes, cash ration in the relief aud cure of We dislike very The mine operators of Western W. C. Swinford ier of the Phoenix National Bank; bowel complaints has brought it much to give up Mr. Dallas, but T. L Young. W. Wi Bain, John ito almost universal use. Iv never Kentucky will met in Louisville hope it is for the best. McCliutock and P. G. Powell. fails, aud when reduced with water preparatory to the conference with is pleasant It is reported in Pittsburg that The authorized indebtedness of the and sweetenedvaluable for to take. tue miners regarding tlie wage children company is placed at $i.2oo,roo, It is equally scale for next year. It is probable President Roosevelt has given per- the purpose beinc to build interur Htid adults For sale at Chas. C thhat they will reject the demand mission to labor leaders to go ban railroads on tliu principal turn- DaviY drugstore. made by the miners for the 1903 among Government workmen for pikes 'connecting Lexington with Absolutely Pure AR scale, but that an amicable agree- the purpose of organizing them in- Versails, Winchester and Rich- F0LEYSH0NET-THAS MO SUBSTITUTE eAIMrvn; mond. The company is to absorb f, turf. AT ptatM to qnioqs., ment wilLbe, reached. ,.. u. - visit-ingto- Until April First. 4 Special Sale f To make I - room for Spring Goodsr space wifff nor permit us t mention our bargains. Look at a few ot them: - .... " 1, 1 - rn-rif- l -'-. 11 f g. THOS CHERRY, A f CITIZENS BANK -BRODHEAP, V KENTUC :W?m -- run-nin- g ther(rrtAced e aitssvej--io-Gram- mar - only-ban- - ra-:- - the-Stat- t mm s,---" . , . r . t n I "I re-tu- Hi Rob-bin- ; con-linu- es RQYAI ."&; i Des-cognet- 111 3m &AKlN3 . POWDER J ( f (t '&- ff - FESu'toti-- '.piMHUItMMP 'J.iJi ff "" mTmtnttnmitoi vmtimanwiGGtaestMttift,lA-utnmnamn:tmixtt- TT MT VERNON SIGNAL 17, 1905. wssBmsmBEss, TtaffvaaTlRiaCTB'TmBlfti Fmday, Wah. Pitblisfud every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR yW rw bi mii'ii 1 g i haw n iimmiL. jiuji W9 V Hired 1 Uncle 'M Healing of the Man Born eland 3'odsySchoolI,t!5onIorM.l?,l9.'5 I J. G. HOCKER&CO IS TIIE PLACE TO BUY ffl I B jew. . i. . . :. '. iS J S&inn! As our DKcnt to SHOW nml 8HU,our jrooda: niul nit tnrefttment through him wltli mU better than n Govern-raelloml, Thiols n special oITeriiijj of tJICtl'll H 1 sMyf"iani lor Thlt Paper. 0:1-1- gl.00 on Adverthing rates made known application FOH 3I.M1ISTKAT12 ? iii ! !:.V-S- Spring Suits at and $15 Memory I.EPSON TEXT.-Jo- hn verses 10, 11. Ileud nil tho Chapter. oor.prv trxt.-'- -i am Tin: Light of tho wor.l "John 9:5. TiSIf 'Che sumo um that oflust lesson. Tl.o Kcust of Tiibcrnncles, October, A. 1). 29. I'l.Aci: --Jerusalem, ut the pool of S'ftiiTUitr-- : heikiiknces. other rases of the lu:iillnr of tl.o blind by ,Ieus , am as follows: aintt. J:2T-3Matt. will) pai'u'lcl uccountH :i .lk, 10:3-Snnd I.tike Jlurk Atntt. 12:22, 23. lnainnrca of.hcalttiB wr.cro means wcto 7:C2-:!:;j.2S: Jtntt. S:H. SI; ued: .Murk 2fl:3U l.uke 18:11-122:G1; Jus. 5:14. IteffonceK toMeRim as tia Light ot tl.o Wor.d. John 1:9; S:12; 3:1: 12:5."., M; l.uke ,; 1:1s, 21; Itn. 29:18: 23;.-- t2;7; Eph. E:H; ltov. 10:S9-3t:, 1S.S5-Ii; Winter Weight Underwear. YOU OAN BUY k . . IT NOW AT We mc iiiithiilzicl to announce OUA.nVIU.P. J.KKCB as .1 cnmlid.iU' fur Mutjistrate In tlic Fifth district coinpovcd of llrowna iiml llrorilicuil voting preclncli'.siilijoct to the action of the Democrats of tint district I 'tplp ' Tliey nrc black TliiUK for dress and wenrf nml fancy cnislmcrca Worsteds, n light, medium iimldatk patterns, for business wear. They nrc GUARANTIED AUWOOI, nnd styles. made in thoroughly What we risk you to do U to write or samples ami nieamire niul nsk blanks snjiug you saw Tilts ad tit - 33s Pr.Ct. U iscourft; HEADQUARTERS -- f , FOR- 'i ''X M!yWti':3Gi changed tlie name of his splendid paper, The Mountain Democrat, to The Laurel County News. While no better name can ever be found, than "The Mountain Democrat' yet, we hope the change, as it has come, will be for he good of the paper. lias I y - f : Passed along the sleepers daily, leaving St. Louis m S NEWS IT "He saw." Not the 2:21 p. 111, and 8:20 p. in. Elegant Ollie M. James. Congressman careless look of a curious observer, Lul Dining Cnr set vice. Wonderful The Mormon conference closed the companionate Jcok of ore eager to Mexico is attracting the investor w fiom the Pirst district, says: ' I e "'o selling WIWTER CLOTHING at less tlmn lielp. was fixed upon the man. w Elderj George R at Owingsville. thai Roosevelt is sincere in ; vv Low rates, and pleasure seeker. hnlf whitty 011 will pay for it elsewhere. V. 2. "Who did Bin?" Tiie disciple Crockett was appointed president & his attitude in advocating Demoliberal slop over privileges. Now of the . Kentucky State mission, touch on a common Jewish belief tha. is the time to go. 0 cratic principles, bin the RepubliFor descriptive 1 blindness other affliction with headquarters at Louisville was sent aor punishment for of the nod;, literature, rates, etc., .cee rearest can Senate will never permit him tin.. Elders were assigned to districts. to carry any of them into effect. V. 3. "Neither . . . nor parents." Ticket Agent or address R T. G. o He has gone to the Democratic Breathitt authorities it says The Court of Appeals upheld the They had been guilty of no trcater sin Matthews, T. P. A., Iton Moun 'A who .wcro platform for his ideas, but lie will thus anlletod Room 'Norefleciiou can be indulged constitutionality of the legislative than other3 Clod. . not In him." Ill tain Route, TCv. 301 Norton Bldg. -V.'crks of . be unable to do anything with the in against the Judge and Prosectt- - act of Louisville, 1902 making an annual ap blindness was tho.oeearfnnforshon-Ir.- i Senate." ting Attorney of Breatitt county, propria! ion of $iooo for the pro- - forth God s glcr.r by the mlraculoitt Two ballots for United States This case has to do solely before moli healing. f s Fair ofKeutuck Yours for business. V. I. "I." Key. Yer.. "Wo." Christ Senator were taken by the Missouri the prosecution took .any form 111 holding that the act cannot ,be calls us to he cotvorijirs with h'lm Legislature Wednesday without re the Circuit Court of Breathitt. In stilt. Speausr Hill created an up- view of Section 2, criminal code classed as special legislation. The 'While it 13 day." AVe must doarciut roar among the Republicans by the case" is resting upon the bona decision of the State fiscal court the duty that llss.btfora us; wo hnor not how nuiclily the opportunity for W pone No. GO. Mt. Vernon. Ky. threatening to vote for a democrat fides of the alleeed prior arrest m was reversed. will haveptssed. ThcfceaHrigofthebllnu in case the deadlock was not other Breathit county. If that was not man as one of the "works of Clod,'' shew The Russian army, demoralized wise broken. properiy speaking an arrest of the Ilobcrt Cox Ing forth Hts compassion and His (llvl.'i accused, then as the Fayette Cir- and exhausted, its rear guard con- power. Giving aisht to the bllcii ua In the Democratic caucus for United Stntes Senator. from Tennes- cuit first indicted them for the of- stantly attacked by the pursuing one of thoe miracles which theJtw see, held in Nashville Wednesday fense of murdering Cockrell. it and never resting Japanese, is were led by i.rvopnecy to expect of thi mnTinmmimnmfUfnmHwmnninnnfnmmtni!!!!?!!? " .afternoon, Gov. James B. Fra.ier took jurisdiction of the matter by Hearing Tie Pass, but it begins to .VftaIahTb(Is SfijiS; 35:5). "Night " fc fVpIl1. C"arh, which itirtno nf Cnntinn o frr t1l We was nominated by acclamation. will make ncj oprpiuilty o; Jat. r en eai lh Free tlie Breathitt Circuit Court. look as if Kurop-.tkirtvnfc'TBfcr-f.e- r The Louisville Times in disciiss-in- g sion ot thrnitciicn Tost many ol scmr facf siaTrdthe'rerHe"has s8. (he appointments under Collecetcrcltj a xzcther opp'ir (on all between can be jointly indicted with the his guns, thousands of his rifles, tunlty tlwjjBKSent of suffering wit tor Cooper1 says: for Him (Jas. 1:12, "There are nineteen positions principals, if the principals could tons of ammunition and supplies, Chrht tinder Collector Denton, exclusive t be indicted 111 Fayette, an access and perhaps 150,000 of his men. 1 Pet. t:13, U). V. 5. "As Miie as am In the world.' of the janitor, and not counting ory before the fact could also be AKrwrcss and tried there, although He admits 47's8i missing, but That day 'was m et closed; Jesu die the small army of storekeeper-Bursas makes no report of his great num not leave this v.f '.d v, hen his bc2y as his act may guagers, etc. with an aggregate (elsewhere." have been committed l ta heaven (Matt. 2S:20). ber of wounded. The Japanese tended "Spat en the pround." .Ttsus use ( pay roll of 22,000. Of this numffirtv&rrnjlolltcS, V. C have made prisoners of 40,000 of spittle In yon;lngoUer miracle fijit ber only three are civil service COLONIST and Lraperorijl. (JUAIL clerkships. The new Collector, gracjlil in appear-wic- c his men, and report that 46 500 oth- - tie, and al'jo clay, were reputed reraecls HOME SEEKERS' RATES to for diseased eyes. Though eoult and oruWui tnereiore, win nave sixteen nepu- Adelaide Proctor, little daughter ers are dead on the field. The have wrought the cure by Jesui a word, In tiiu WEST and SGUTHWES' lialbuildT I Mrs D. K. Proctor, who Japanese loss is Go.ooo, Oyan.a al- found It wise In this ctse to ue slmpli , ineLtrtuAW2i! . hoeillj'ih&je has been seriouslv ill with bron- - ready officially reporting 41,222. means. Commission. If you con template a trip V. 7. "Wash In the pool." Wash cffth A Fit For Every Fool tlemandj cxacl. The best position of course, is chopneumonia for two weeks is In the face of this story of cm tinge, elay Into tho pool. Jesus nlwaya ga in the uear ft a ehifngeof localiou ' A juilable swt that of chier deputy. This pays i convalescing W, G. Proctor has the Czar announces that he will thoe whom He healed something to di ture, "Get the HENDERSOJ ,&rj(rccfwew. $2,ooo n ycir ami is held by Bland been sick for a month with la crioi) fight on A Pfice For Every Purse Kuropatkin is to be -- perhaps It was only to express theli ROUTE HABIT.1' Ballard, of Madison county. Bal iieet' ,anrl nlc HIa help, but It was someVcioura.v1dKid j Geo. W. Parsons has been ill succeeded, a new nnd larger nrui thing topdecuen their In Htm. lard has been in the service for It is the comkout link, and and Peicnt LeMh-rr.aiid begged." Ho was a well-- 1 V. vears, under Democratic and Re- with la gripp for several days but will be raised, and Admiral Rojest comfortable train in traveling is al recommend 1L JONAS McKENZIE, publican administrations, and has is able to go about. John M vensky will be ordered to proceed r.own bilrx be? sar, qften seen lit public ways a good habit to acquire. ji'aces.'"Ijim he." .Many allagranrslr.-- n become to be regarded as an almost Brown sold a cow and calf to Josh- ngainst Admiral Togo Phone No. 8'6-- :. Russia's 5 Mt. Vernon, Ky. r ha3 bceli-stransformed by meetlcg At least give us us the opportt iiidespen-sablpiece of office furni- ua Willsou of Lincoln county for hope is to break Japan by keeping Jesus, that ,ob:ervors havo questioned nity of naming ycur rates. ture, It is not unlikely that Bal- S35. .iiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii at it until the money of the island whether he, could possibly be the same have the equipment, the train sen lard will be retained if he wants to man. Kvory renewed soul feels h!m;elf ice, the Lee chair cars and ll: Interest is increasing in the Bible kingdom gives out. remain in the service, as he can readings "a ncwicreature." rates. What more do you want? at Providence Church of V. id. "Tliey." The neighbors nnri othrun the office and relieve the ColThe dispatches received at St. Geo. L. Garrktt, lector of nil annoyance other than Christ conducted every Lord's day. Petersburg indicate that Gen. Ku- ers who had collected. The first was from natural curiosity. Trav. Pas'ngr Agt. drawing his stipend. Another dep- Why should not there be more ropatkin has saved himself from, V. llrrA. man . . . called Jesus." L. J. Irwin, uty collector whose chances for I i t7 II I ia. m 1 l l manifested in those readings? Hettcr, "rthe mm." Gen. Pas'ngs. Agt. liolding on if he wants to is L. K. The majority of church going peo- the trap set for him by Field Mar-- , joino know ledse of This one already had Jesus, and took It for "HENDERSON ROUTE" shal Oyama. According to these pranted that his questioners also had Rue, who is employed at headquar" ple seem to think that a preacher I Louisvn.tR, Ky. a salary of $i,4co ters with He dispatches he is falling back slowly such knoivlerge. "Mado clay," etc. is absolutely essential in order to. is a of W. G. Webh the Here, as throughout the record, the re- with the main portion of his forces proves himself an Intelligent Danville banker, and n man Lard have religious services. We have STARTLING MORTALITY. ' intact, and fighting n rear guard storeriiiian witnus?. When the man named Jenusas to turn down on any request he the episttes-lelter-- of Paul the Statistics show startling uiortalit might make politically in his local- greates evangelist from Christ to action. On Saturday afternoou he his Icaler, nnd people recollected t.'iat from apjendicitis and peritonitis was fifteen miles from Mukden and this was the Sabbath day, tome hastened ity. The three civil service clerks to bring him to tho Pharisees, who so To prevent and curet these nwfu K COMPLETE LIN- Ewill also be retained, no doubt, as the present time and why should twenty-fiv- e miles from Tie Pass. A jealously watched the, movements nf diseases, there is just one rcliabl we not be nble to assemble each they cannot be removed easily unCofFillS. , ('nko-.part of his forces haveaheady reachnnrl AUWU. remedy, Dr. King's New Life Pills v.u..uvu ....V. T?nKno W less some charge can be preferred Lord's day nt our regular plnci his parents;. To their Inquiries, M. Flannery, 14, Custom Housi All Mall, Telegraph or Tele- against them for some good reason. of worship and .help each other to ed Tie Pass, but whether any of he could only reply, "Ono thing I know, I lace, Chicago, ofIII., says: "The the units of his army were cut off that .whereas I was blind, now I see." Tlieyntefi. V. Wilson, of nllOlin nrdora Prnm.itli, U 1 better understand the teachings of or captured is not definitely known. and rie.'rtll.cntted.hls assurance that one ave no equal for constipatiou anc i ifi B VwVv7xVKrlll vbVrl $1,500; A. B Brown, of this man of God whom He Only 25c nt.all drug billiousness." selected I he press Filled who tould work London, 1,500, and Miss Nettie dispatches say that the not bo a sinner. so divine a miracle could gists, This wns regarded as Smith, of Madison, $700. It may to reveal salvation unto his child- - Japanese separated the First and equivalent to confessing that Jesus was It is expected that the Attornej Ff be hard sledging for the remaining ren. Shame to the monthly church Fourth Russian corp-- and the in- tho Christ, and they hail passed resolu- General will make n recominenda deputy collectors. They are: L goer. ference is that they either were tions to cast out of tho synagogue any tion lo President Rocsevelt in the Denton, salary 1$ 1,200, probably a who' made this confession. Accordingly Mr. Isaac Herrin, Lincoln coun matter ot the application for a parkinsman to (Collector Denton; II. ty'sjaijer came down Tuesday to killed or captured, as the censor the restored man was cast out. don of J. M. McKn'gght in a week L. Hale, ov Puluski, $1,500; G. N. allowed no further reference to their Practical Points. V. 1. Like Jesu?, wo should take heed or ten days". Jean, Danville, $1,200; W. T. see his mother. Mrs. Eli.tbeth, fate. The losses have, been etior-mot- is to pafc uo opportunity for doing gcod. Short $t.ooo; I. L. McCoy, of Jack- who has been quite ill Jacob EldThe suit of W. R. Hearst to pre on both sides and are rough- "Itelnstant In seasnnout of season."- vpnr ritv nffif r nf Mii'Vnrlt tinv. son, $1,300; Luciati Brown, $900; er has erected a store near his resi. I . i:i,,:., uin .: ,i, An un- 2. Tim, 4:2. Walter Hlrod. Pulaski. Siooo; J. dence and is stocking it with gen ly estimated at 200,000. "V. 6. DlvJne power does not disdain "" official report froni St. Petersburg Davis, Whitley. $900; C. M. eral H. merchandise. John Liws, tho n?e of means; wo aHo by works ground that it is extortionate was Randall of London, Si 400. who Ins been gone from this coun- says Kuropatkin has lost 60.000 hIjohUI nroe the tioworof faith and love. begun in the Supreme Court wish to say to our patrons nnd friends, that wo apYork. r ,1... 'f.carn to maintain good works forntc- The mnCHm. ty for seventeen or eighteen years, prisoners. WE preciate nil business heretofore entrusted to us nnd FAYKTTE COUNTY GIViiN .SlSdSSlllSii of love. "The INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY. has returned to his old home. Mrs Japanese is indicated in a statement ' solicit a continuance of same. In so doing we extend JURISDICTION. -3 It would have been incredible Lou hllen Cress, wife of Nathan uy rieiu niarsnai uyama that his doers of tho law shnll bo .justified." to our patrons nil privileges consistent with conservative brutality if Chas F. Lcmbcrger, of Rom. 2:13, Cress, died of pulmonary tubercti forces will nursue tb. J he much expected decision of ins banking. No amount too smnll lo ns never our prompt and V. u, Syracuse N. naa not done wie the Court of Appeals in the con- losis, commonly kupwn as con- nnrum. in element of possible Jesus has opened our uivw,inuiiguDw best he could Y., his suffering son. careful attention. minds and heivl for T.. tested jurisdiction case between sumption, March 1, and was bur- (v.u.,bv.i iu iuiujjjikiu is .uie army by Ills love, oiidaf e V We will also pay 8 per cont. on all tiino donosits of "My boy," he sajs, "cut n feaiful Fayette and Breathitt counties was ied Harch $100.00 or more when left with the bank nnd not checked gash ov.erhis eve. so I applied) 3, in the Providence of Gen. Kawamura, which is sup. handed down Friday and gives A Sapk Cough Mkdicink hor upon for a period of six months. j Bucklen s Arnica halve, which Fayette the right to (try the Har. cemetery, She had been ill with posed to be somewhere on the line CllILDRKN. 'nitinklv lipnlerl it nnd saved his Yours very truly, thut fatal disease less than a, year. of his retreat to the north gises nnd others indicted for the Its In buying n cough mtdicine for W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. Good for burns and ulcers complicity 111 the minder of James A husband and three small children however, is not definitely children . never be afraid to buy eye." Only too. 25c at atl druggists. Cockrell. The dejeudant.s claimed survive, besides her father and known. Chamberlains Cough Remedy, tliey were arrested and admitted to There is no danger from it and rebail by order of Squire Edwards It is lief is always sure to follow last December but the higher court Ayer's Pills. Aver's Pm especially valuable for colds, croup " Curt Grip holds otherwise, The following Ayer's Pills. Keep saying and whoopiug cough. For sale at III Two Days. exttacts from the lengthy opinion Chas C Davis' drugstore. mis over ana over again. give the high points of the decision' Invit.liiA fn, l,nct lUAUIIYC. J.O.AverCo.. "WJi 1rr'mr" IMIIIMI, Mm Mini .., I,own. Mat., TaMets. oft every ..- .Take "Sq Ioug as the accused is not William L 'Schatsinann, of Mays-villWant your moustache or heard D SfifSfvlfiMflMIQ ftox. 2oc. This signature, Sevea M&Uoa boxes soM In post 12 Months. Ky. committed suicide by put in jeopardy by the proceedings abcautifulhrownorrlchblacl:? Use drowning himself iu the Ohio river. where. If such is not the fact, the plaintiffs are peculiarly unfortunate in the matter of certain coincidences shown in the proof, as well as certain discrepancies between the record of the Squire's proceedings and the admitted truth. In reference to the Commonwealth being bound by the action of the 13 31 Ono of tho few spots about Jerusalem that can bo quite posi tively located. Called In early times, l:t mlitnrfroinjou. Shlloah, av Slloam (Noli. 3: lf; g Isa. SO): iHsstlll called by the Arabs lllrket Slhrnn. It Is found to the south of tho temple mount, nnd Its water from an Third and Mnrhet, spring In the Kidron valley, urn. vii us mo ruiiiiuiiii oi mo I it i Is connected with this, fountain by n WILL .1VS'MmVM J- - I ! n tunnel,. which It Is believed Tint appointment of Judge was dug by King HozcXIah. Just beloro Cooper us Collector is a pretty big the time of the Assyrian Invasion, t cannot be the mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo S. bring Its waters Into the city (SChrou. feather in the cap of the newly inbolhcounties.it :12:4. 30). This tunnel 13 circiiltGiu, besubject of complaint from him elected Congressman from the which of them takes jurisdiction Proctor, and two sisters, Mrs. 0 ing some 1.700 feet In length, while thf A. Gentry, of McAlistor, I. T., (ihtance to boraveracrl Is only 1 S00' Klevenlh. so long as only one does so. OVER NINETEEN HOURS rude cut In the "The court lies come to the con- nml Mrs Mack Reynolds, of Grin-ne- ll feet. A that inscription working atstout: boiti SAVED TO MEXICO. m?n bepan Booker Washington suggests clusion that the arrests of plaintiffs Iowa, and one brother, Willie records ends ann met In tho middle. After t;.e By the superb double daily serthat the negroes should raise more in Hrealhit were procured upon G. Proctor, of Lexington, Ky. lojvs' return from captivity, a stone archickens. The. farmers complaint their own instigation, or that of Much sympathy is felt for the heart- cade was built around It, rooted vita vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections, the shortest has ever been that they la'se to some one acting foi all, with the' broken husband and motherless larpe slabs of stone. This probably was and quickest line ftom St. Louis to design not to have a trial of the still standing In Jeans' cay. Healing many. properties especially for eases of cje City of Mexico through San Antocharge there or elsewhere, but ns a children. nio and Laredo. Through Pullman disease, are attributed to Its waters cloak to prevent such trial else- John Prakl Ours 111 c in the Fci.lh. We nl.il have done bitslr.cfs on the SA1I1', Sl'O'l foroscr FORTY YKAKS. Wetcll CLOTHING, llATSandl'lIRNlSH. INtia frr r.ien and lwys; SHOl'.S for everybody. Wc PAY KXI'KKSS on i worth; nnd send nil totds SOHJKCT TO AlTKOVAl,. St lc toots frr nit lines free on request. iniapnpcr. oldest liotie In our ii tl.e farce btnnd OWN our l.ulldlnir 2) ;23. Comment nnd Suggestive Thought. Pool of Slloam. HOES HATS. GUM BOOTS RUBBER SHOES, OVERALLS, IN FACT LEVY'S LOUISVILLE. I neluh-burin- ' Intor-mltte- nt Everything You Nave to & CO., M J-- lrj-'i- fa. . , J S SAVE YOU MONEY TO FIRST SHE rock-hew- JC. ROCKER - Livingston, Ky,' $ I $& UE Robert Vox ioLrpisAiiToijFn(jiAXs V. 1. "Pasetl by." street In Jerusalem. CLOTHING AT HALF PRICE. o " Come and examine for yourself, it costs you nothing to look and we are ALWAYS glad to show, what we have. SOLID CDaFDRT in TRAVEL Means ROB'T. COX, The Henderson Route I !& com-prp.- 1 tj ancPine -- y3 t erd-man- 's RecliningOhairpars trains 1 RfeJ vllilqIK"lft Wii Sell The Celebrated mi 1 I LOUISVILLE, Kentucky Points and ST. LOUIS. wmr. m Tennent Shoes, Best j dtmaiKb-ashoclitt- The thr V .r ' Dd - ! Ill Ever Prorjaced. I e ques-tloi'ln- j? st n'lr t UNDERTAKER son-in-la- Brodhead, Ky. Har-rodslntr- j s $3C$3yC$ TMEBANKOF.MT.VERMON Mt. Vernon, Ky. .!"".""." b'"k of-Ne- . ... i;.,,,,. ii ro.-eiv- T I I iHHMHMHHaHnHHHHMHHiHiiHHI Ay rs Pills "'! To Cure a Cold in One Day t& -- e, Laxative Bromo Quinine H11LM. JIl ( SVCrr 1 N ..- -' I A' wW ,i'. ST Am MT. VERNON SIGNAL MtVkhnon,Ky., Mail 17, 1905 hm t 15 .""" " "' LOCAL Born, to the wife of Pleas Rum-seWednesday moruing, u boy, y, At a meeting of the stockholders of the Crab Orchard Fair and Rac- The deal was cousumated Tuesday, whereby the Rockcastle' Development Co.,is to furnish Fritz Krueger, with gas for burning bis lime kiln. If the gas is suf ficient to burn the kiln, without the use of any wood, Mr. Krueger is to pay $1800 per aunum for and if not sufficient for burning, then iu proportion. The pipe for bringing tha gas into town from well No. s, is now on the road. It takes about 6000 feet of pipe 8fac&$fc "P "No. 7q" whsn H 7Q c"11 wnnltoComimini. T7 0 . 'u cut k wltlt HIQNAL, filza Longford was acquitted on examining trial for killing Tom Rose. I lOUISV'Ut INOHVIUCll R CO Pi ?4 26 Vt 23 25 ,, ?A- TIME TABLE. north north south South '. colored, was arnight charged with stealing nt Orlando. John Taj lor is running a blacksmith shop in the stable belonging to the brick hotel propcrt . reted here Lojran Ward, la&t 12.06 . Adams, had her house and ,. 2:57 a'tn all its contents destroyed by fire 1:29 p lr ntonn) Tuesday morning. B. F. pra Mrs. Kinley, who use to be Mrs. ing Association held last week, R. presiII. Bronaugh was dent aud W. D. Wallin secretary. July 19th, 20th and 21st., arc the days set for holding the fair. W. T. aud Jno. E. Evans, of from Brodhead, have returned Boyle county where they have bought n nice farm that will make 011 hii average 8 bbl. of corn, of' i.ooo-U's- . of tobacco to the acre. They contemplate moving in the near future. Chas. C. Davis, our splendid and e Prices Cut To The Bottom! N y. v.- - Tivinustoa" Deputy Sheriff Bob McFerronl was in town Wednesday. W. F. Tubbf, Logan Sayers, John Quinn. Geo. Reynolds, Chas Cooper and others were in Mt. Vernon Monday Mesdames Nate McWhorter and Jack Smith are visiting relatives at Middlesborough. Verner Brown Childress is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Mc Ferron at Pine Hill. W. T. Brooks and son, Ed, of Hazel Patch, were in town Sunday. Tee Griffin, of La Follette, Tenu., is visiting his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. David Griffin. Joe Chil dress, of Orlando, is the guest of his brolher, Dr. Childress and fami-ilJ. C. Hocker visited relatives in Stanford, Monday. D. S. Mc- JCinney, of La Follette, Tenn., was in town a few days of this week. Mrs. Henry Browning and little son, Walter, are visiting', relatives, in Maywood, Crab Orchard, and Lancaster. Mesdames. Lee Webb, of Louisville, and W. H. Satterfield, of Lebanon Junction have teen the guests, this week, of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bentley and Mr. and Mis. Harry Magee. Mrs. Bert Whitehead is visiting her parents in Lincoln county. auss Annie caneil, ot Rowland, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Daniels. Col. Heiiry Thompson. Misses Beulah and Vidaand Master Clay Thompson, of East Bernstadt, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. J. S. Cooper and Mrs. W. J. Childress. Hon. B. B King, of Moreland, is the guest of his daughter. Mrs. E. Fishbick. Mrs L. M. Westcrfield and children returned home Tuesday, after an extended visit in Stanford. Mrs. W J. Clitl dresjfcihd Miss Georuia McFerron willVend a few days this week at of j Ct Childress, ut Or" laiicwP; Irs, Mahala Carson still coin in ties very ill. Mrs. Auua Quinn and 'Mrs. Brack Hayes are on the sick list Coming, Beit Marshall, comedian, fun.niest show on earth, Calloway Hall, March 20 and 21. John A. McRoberts, of Lebanon Junction, passed up to Livingston Monday to take the agency of tliat office. Interior Journal. Hear Annie Golde, the sweetest of singers, with Bert Marshall, Calloway Ha'I, March 20 and 2t. Mesdames E- - Fishback and Robert Wade opened a subscription school Mondiy in the public school building, with a full attendance. Bert Marshall's comediariF, Calloway Hall, Monday and Tues day March 20 and 21. Best of dances, funniest of comedians Tickets 15, 25 and 35 cts. Mrs. Clarence Ferguson and baby, cf Mullins Station, visited relatives here last week. y. Jas. Iandrum, Agent. Pliotis No58. lt Vernon, Ky. s v - Ifatrred nt tliu us tecoinl-clnn- Postoflice mail matter. PERSONAL Mrs. S. to-d- 0. Davis is very sick. M. Dallard is in Living- Supt. O. ston Miss Khoda White is the guest of relatives here. Mrs. M. L Myers has been very sick for the past week. MrsTBrack Graves was the guest of relatives here yesterda'. Jack Conn visited friends and relatives in Garrard, this week. A. B. Furnish spent the week with relatives in Gallatin count. W. J. Baylow is the new assistant master of trains for this division. Atty. C. C. Williams was in Cin cinnati Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Maud Hansel, whom we reported very sick, is much improved Mrs. W T. Davis has been mini bcrcd among the sick since Friday A "The Flinch Club will meet with MrsXjohn V. Orowu tbis even-tog."- " J . rm 1 .$ ram Hi Marion Denliatn has sold his mill and will go on the road braking. Mrs. S. C. Franklin is very ill, bting unconscious a part of the day yesterday. the . Robert Harmon is minus fore finger on his left hand, having cut it entirely off with au ax. Reports have it that Mmtqr of Trains Westcrfield .will betflhc Supetintendent of thviifcv road:,; . Roy Bastin was here from this week, making scale improvements on the telephoue lines. The many friends of E.H. Cox-arglad to see him again able to take charge of his work at Sparks Quarry. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hir.tt spent several days in Louisville last week. Mrs. Hiatt was buying her spiing millinery. Dr. W. D. Laswell is progress ing nicely and having splendid success in the practice of medicine nt Orlando. J. A. Mullins, W. H. Cotton gim, Will Mullins, Jr.. John Quiiin and W. F. Tubbs, were here attending court Monday. t Hon. B. B. King, of Moreland, went up to Livingston Saturday to visit his daughter, Mrs. E. Fallback. Interior Journal. Elmer Lecbleiter has laid aside his crutches, from the effects of a fall from a box car some several weeks ago, but is by uo means himself again. Mrs. Susie Miller went to Louisville last week to buy n stccK of millinery, but after arriviug at the city, abandoned the idea for the present. Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs Wro. Pettus", of Crab Orchard, mother cent date says: and sister of Mrs J. C. Rhinehart. "It developed that the negro Mountain are visiting the latter Grant Ingram, who was shot and Democrat. killed by Jailer Hines in Somerset W. H. Cannical was up from last night was the self confessed Bill is one Livingston Tuesday. murderer of Operator W B Ruck-er- , of the good citizens ol the county who was shot in Danville en and we are glad to know is meeting the night of -- February 4, 1904. Shortly after the murder of Rucker, with good success in this life. Dr. M. Pennington has been Ingram became engaged in a Deputy Sheriff Elrod, spending a few days in Berea and of Somerset, and after a desperate Stanford, taking a tnuch needed assault on him made his escape rest from heavy work. Mrs. Pen- and came to Lexington. His de nington was with the Doctor at scription was sent out by Chief of Stanford, the guests of Dr. and Mrs Police Huges. of Somerset, and he was arrrested here by Sergant fi. J. Brown. Crawley, of the local police fore Tony Brooks has moved from Upon being questioned by Chief Hazel Patch to tbis place and is Ragan and Sergeant Crawley the living in the Mrs. Proctor property. negro confessed to the killing of Tony is working an extra gaijg on Rucker in Danville, and implicated two other negroes in the the road and has moved his family Since then the local officerscrime. and here in order that the children may Chiet Hughes, of Somerset , have attend schopl. been working up the evidence in W. H, Lewis, section foreman the case and were about ready to at Maywood, was here Saturday on take the evidence before the Boyle county grand.inrv when the negro a visit to relatives. Willie is recogwas killed by jailer Hines " nized us one of the best track 'ffitu Tnis confusion relieves the .suspicion thit the murder was nrobin the service ana tne spiemuu a dition in, which he lws hisdiv on ably comtlijtfed by BillNewcomb I mm ' is evidence of that fact.,; wnsy. w " heri-ousl- y I I;an-caste- r, e . druggist has placed 011 the n a ket two of his own patents, Deputy U. S. Marshal John which are sold under a strict gua Mullins arrested "Long" Jim Baand which are all and even ker and took him to London last more than claimed to be. One is night, charged with selling liquor. Davis' Cough Balsam aud the other Mrs. Mary Pitman, age about 90 Davis' Pain Killer. years, the mother of Joel Pitman, A special from Danville, dated lell Monday and broke her thigh. March 15th, sajs: "On April i.st a Owing to her age, much uneasiness change will take place in the disis felt. patcher's office of the Kuoxville division of the Louisville and Nasb-vill- e Sheriff II. L. Tate and deputies railroad at Livingston. W. W. R. L. McFerron and Victor C. Tate, Wright, who lies been in the distook Henry Hellard, the "Rev." Arthur Morrison and the "Rev." patcher's office for a short time, will be promoted to chief dispatchJohn Jewell to the pen Saturday. er, uud other employes will also O. J. Towery sold his mill on move up in this department. Mr. Eagle creek to Mark Renuer for Wright has been with the road $150 cash and one good horse. In about ten years." turn he bought Marion Denham's Exceedingly encouraging reports saw and gristmill for which he paid have been received, of the proposed $400. improvements for that already W. M. Isaacs, living on Skeggb thriving and prosperous town, creek, had his house and everything Brodhead. Two mew drug stores in the way of clothing and house- and one general rtore building to hold goods destroyed by fire Sun- be erected in theAear future. A. day. He is left in a very destitute E. Albright will erec, on the lot condition. where now stands Francisco & AlWork on the new bank building bright's monumental works, a drug at New Hope has begun. This store, to be occupied by Mr. Shug-gar- s of Lancaster. Dr. Percy Beu-tobank was organized by J. W will also erect, on the lot where Hutchcsou cashier of the Citizens LumMr. Salin, a now stands the Cranor-Stui- lh Bank, Brodhead. ber Co's.- - office, a double building, brother-in-laof Mr. Hutcheson, one side to be used by J. F. Watwill be cashier. son for drugs aud the other side Lost. On the county road ..be- arranged for general merchandise. tween Livingston and Mt. Vernon a bunch of Keys. One door key Says John W. Wanamaker, one and rcveral small keys. A very of the most successfnl business men liberal reward 'for their return. this country has ever hadr "There R. L. McFxrron, is only one way to ndvertise, and Mt. Vernon, Ky. that is to hammer your name, your A broken rail caused a freight location, and vour business so thoroughjy iuto the pcoplejs heads Avrecpou the Kcntucky'-Centrthat if they walked In" their sleep thcLouisville and miles north of Livings they would continually turn their heads.to you.r store. The touVgiiesday; night lat 8 o'clock. your best friend. It helps Fifteen cars were off the track in No one was hurt. to build up tne country which suptunnel No. 17. Trains were delayed several hours. ports you. When the day comes The Cincinnati passenger trains that the newspapers are dead, the people are near the edge of their were run by way of Rowland. grave, with no one to write their The Rev. John Timothy Stone, epitaph." pastor of the Brown Memorial Mr. H. S. Braunaman was here Church, Baltimore, preached two Wednesday and told us that Wildie most excellent sermons at the Prcs byteriau church here on Wednes- was very much on a boom. The day and last nights. As stated in ro k quirry owned by Hamilton & is our last issue, the object of Rev. Cole being opened, which is one of the finest ledges of stone to be Stone s visit to this place, is to take any where. The auarrv is some steps towards establishing an tound on a forty acre tract ofjland which industrial department in connecwas nurchased bvxthe comnanv. tion with the Mt. Vernon Collegi Flem Butner, babe when the ate Iustitulc At a meeting held K. C. railroad was buijig built ftom yesterday, b) Rev. Stone, Dr. D. McDonald and the board trustees, Richmond into Livingston. A switch leading off from the main it was definitely decided, to add at I once an industrial department for track near the South end f the is being built to the girls. There will be 'twelve rooms Wildie switch leading around below Tom added to the main dormitory build quarry, Stewarts premises, and then par ing, and three rooms to the parsonallel with the creek. A laige age and the additions will cost number .of men will be given emThe pres from $3,000 to $4,000. ployment when the works open ent plans are for an industrial J. H. Fish is also erecting a large boys also, but no store room in South Wildie and steps have been taken iu that will caary a complete line of genregard as yet. TbU work will be eral merchandise and undertakers provided for by Rev. Stone's goods. Church. A special from Lexington of re- IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF n al Nash-ville,eight order to make room for Spring! Goods we will make the following sacrifice on winter goods: ? Men's heavy ? Fleeced Underwear 40 & a. t? Men's $12 50 Overcoats, now $7 50 Men's 7 50 Overcoats, now 5 50 5 00 Overcoats. now Men's 3 75 200 Prs Ladies and Gents1 Fine Shoes fjnP In $1 K that were $1 50 to $3 so. now at Jul IU4II.LJ ?x A complete line of Clothing and Dry goods at ht lnAA M-- iz;o. IWYTCOt (J S OLD IRON WANTED, PER I" E have the Goods von want cts I j 1.1 1 1 25-CT- y 3fce)oe$Dce f 100-LB- S. nntl nro making the price to !- - suit. ' JA.31 I & 1 t - Real Esta teCo. YEKNON, KY. WW I All farms etc., advertised under this head, will lie advertised and sold- - on ft per cent, and if no s.ilo 1r made, no cost for advertising. FARM X0. 1. This farm of '317 ncrea, located on Xegro creek, near Brodhead, Ky., Is one of tlio beat farm in the county and will bo sold at a bargain, the owner being unable to proparly look after same, because of bis health. The entire farm Is under f'luv, 170 acres in cultivation, balance tiuiltcreil, three houneq on farm, good tyolls and jurlngs, and plenty of good rttock water. Also good orchard?"" FAHMXo. 2. Consists of 300 ileitis, which will bo sold in two soparat" tracts if desired. Thin farm is located on thoMt. Vernon and Somerset road, Level Green, ICy., and is located In the best farming section of the county. Well fenced. 17ii acres. In cultivation, balance timbsred, well y watered, one now building and two tenant houses, convenient to school, church, store and poatollico and in one of the liest communities iu the county. A great bargain. FARM No 3 A farm of 18.. acres, located near Marctburg, and a very desirable farm, 140 acres under fence and in cultivation, balnnco, 40 acres timber. Good houses, never-fallin- g spring and well, splendid orchard, close to school house, church and post otlice. A most desirable location and a splendid bargain. Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 aero tract on" of this farm, butnobuildlngs would bo Included on tho 70 acre tract If a division is made. two-stor- ROCKCASTLE c$ae$Qocv Chas. C. Davi.s &&jd$x1 Cassie L Chadwick's Tonic I? now on tho market in every leading drugstore in the United States, and ft ,Chas. C. Davis' Drugstore. fi - d n. 4--2- Is the popular place for everything in the drug' line. - o 9. .. news-papen- is Patent Medicines; Ajid a Complete PtiarniaceoticolsK5 m Lijie of Toilet Goods, work Carefully Com- - pounded day or night. (Phono No. 04.) CHAS. C. DAVIS. Cihas. $8x$x$x$yr. U 0. Davis i x9pt&xpcj$ B3BBBBBB ATTENTION SSSSSaSE! DR. S. C DAVIS' JS -- TFITC ssffl" PLACE TO IUTV YOUR i l-- r -- i u DR UGS, --"ss- 1 Extra. SJ W Ax You don't hav' to pay for i Prescription difi-uit- e THE UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, In Bankruptcy. In the matter a a f 1 " - V , 'l . . xl J f if 1' t 1 of a Bankrupt. Joseph W. On this 13th day of March, A. D., 1905, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt br discharge, filed 011 the. 13th day of March, A. D., 1905, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same ou the 28th day of March, A. D, 1905, before said court at Covington in said district at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and .hat notice thereof be published in the Mt. Vernon bignal, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors nnd other persons in interest may appear ut said time and place and show cause, if FOR AN IMJ'AIRAD Avi'RTITl. any they have, why the prayer of Loss (( appvtite always result.1 said petitioner should not from faulty digestion All that i Keep tho bowels open with one of bodtlmo, Just one. needed is a few doses of Chambei Ayer's Pills at WITNESS the Honorable A. M. Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablet!-TheMXW UVUIW3t9 I SDDOa "3 3 J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, will invigorate the .stomach uid the (sral) thereof, at London strengthen the digestion and giv JSIQ JMM in said district, on the 13th day of you an appetite like a wolf. Thesf sjaqqnft ssoqs sjooqjI March, A D., 1905 . I1VNNIONI3 tablets also act as a gentle laxative J as. C. Fknniix, Clerk. For. sale at Chas. C. Davis' drug tiy W. W. CI.ARK, D. C. store. J Kentucky coal miners and oper- jfi Special Attention to Diseases of Children. ators are far apart on the wage 8W , l lie Purest and JJest IMiks onlv, used in mv The operators offer the UJ question. present scale, 78 cents, and the m WIliUAMSHUKU. PUACTICE.miners demand 82 cents. Tlfere m Since the warm weather set in I are other po'nts of difference. notice that the old hens nud fishermen which hate been laying for 'There is no worse enemy of the Spring, are now out scratching for wage worker than the man who !!1t!!!!!!!!!!!!?l!!!!Hf!!!!!n!tnHTH!!!H!H!f!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!f!!!!! worms, The store of Elisba Jones condones mob violence in any was burglarized last Saturday night shape or who preaches class hatand a great deal of clothing, shoes red. " Theodore Roosevelt. PRACTICAL and other articles were stolen. Mr. UNDERTAKER. Jones' dwelling was burned about AND a week before. FUNERAL DIRECTOR, The Hon. William Jennings BryMt. Vernon, Ky. an will deliver a lecture St this S Can luruibh on short no- place in April. The Police Court jEtico Metalic Collins and Caskets and havo ICinhalining swooped down on our merchants One dose of Ayerrs Cherry-Pectora-l Sdone. attached. ''like a wolf upon the folk" and got at bedtime prevents nignt coughs of children. over fifty warrants against them for wiro Promptly Filled. No croup. No bronchitis. A giving cigarette papers to boys S Phone No. 63. under eighteen. There is quite a little" activity here now in realestate. iiiauiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiwiiiiuiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiaiii Several pieces of property have The L. chauged hands recently. doctor's medicine for all & N. R. R. Co. has bought a numaffections of the throat, bronber of lots adjoining the depot chial tubes, and lungs. Sold grounds Plans are on foot lo for over GO years. erect n three story brick, 6oxioc-ft- , " I Inve iiiol Ayti'i I'lierrr Pectoral In rnr famllvfurc'iilii rirf. Tliircl9iiotiliiRriiiil to it forcoiiKlunriil mlili, ctpifMI; on "Shady Corner" with two busl bliCll.J, AU. Jllix. U. II. ness houses on the first floor and a J. (I. AYEIl CO.. r.KctlM. T.nw)l. Mm.. I Allilriwil.u, theatre hall above. for m . -- as QBBSBSS ATTENTION SSSSSSSQ Willis Griffin Ayers Cherry Pectoral Stoclc Complete. 3 3 t 3 3 25 H Fine ORDERSby 3 3 2 HAVE THE tnrnlill-iltfli.- " Night Coughs 'm I"! SIGNAL JOB OFFICE Heads,' PDIMT fXlFN f F I Yoi,r Le!ter Envelope., Hill Head., etc.,. and StMtenientrf, you will nl ways have the host. y WRITE US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES, I ft k Mwimim :'v i W J iiiiin iU- - pyjwgj ,f - fl V u vwnoa-- f y 1 ' , r : j I V 1 A beautifultribtjte to KENTUCKY AND KEN- TUCK I A S. SORE LUNGS When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing;, is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. ' in "Sports Afield" for March' -TProf Jnmcs S. Compton has an ar- tide on "The Land of the Blue," in which he pays' a high tribute to Kentucky and Kentuckians. He says, in part: druggist hat's what a prominent short mW -- LIFE" C. C. MT. -- ATvnRfcrnv.AT.T.AW. Williams, said of Scott S FOLEY! It .v , ago. As a rule we don't use or refer to testimonials iti, v r " -- ' "t i1P nuhUr ..j in nfire:nfr i.:.. : species all in one. Bycrecda Demo- but the. above remark and similar expressions are crat, by birth an aristoctat, in Englishman, in spirit made so often in connecthe most prono meed ol American, lit presents soine paradoxes that mrtke him at once interesting and puzzling. With lie bluest of skies alme, the blucpra-.- to walk upon, while underiK'iih lies the blue si luriau limef(itte, it Is no wonder tlmt he is blue nl.iodtd. He is bold a d vgoioii r ippt fneduim he l the Nortl t tii- the it- -. ic? and the dpice Ijruieiitt (.which, hi? nig interpreted, is .imply v.) hptrit of ihe farSiuth; lie is 4 Emulsion a time The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on'Church given street. Special attention to collections. Phone No. 80. VERNON. KY. OFFICE. On tzed. floor ol M. L. MYERS, f ( Fir.st-Cl.iss.) -- Dentiat, Mt. Vernon; Ky ('JJFl S stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It contains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and lung troubles. A Marvelous Cure. Tho Dcciors Sail) He Had Consumption L. M. Rucelcs, Rcasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had consumption and I rgol !no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It helped mc right from the start and stopped tho spitting of blood and tho pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well. size contains two and Three slzei 25c, SOc, $l 00. Tho one-hatimes m mucu as tno stunii wzo arm uio i.u uuum utmost six times as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. 50-celf CsJSl m. - 1. - -- iu n.n i good-nalurc- quick-witte- d nd genei- - SOLD &HD RECOMMENDED BY MT. VERNON DRUG CO. " " HsQH CUT TWO. . We have sold our store building and must k close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN 5 TWO. Come and buy your Shoes, Shirfs, Overcoats and GTofMngr of aff Kinds, ; We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods, that you can buy at your Own Price. -- "ff. f COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. F. KRUEGEk & SONS, .. tin:'' LANI). STOCK AND (JKOP 'rj- - Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. W. A. Cox bought of Neal Par- rott n good work mule for Jpioo. L. V. Bethurum bought of S. B Ramsey a milch cow for $40. Have the Signal office print your horse aud jack bills. - J- - ,'." le '': mm Oueen & ETWECN cent rate. SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES L in w "lings here yesterday at $15. r- - C. Hayes sold 23 short year- -' Inte- - Cincinnati Lexington, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Asheville, Charleston, .rior Journal. Birmingham, New Orleans, Shrevepor't a Wade Brown passed through and Texas Points. ' Monday with a nice drove of sheep, ' f he bought at a fair price. which roa INFORMATION, RATES, ETC., ADD5ESJ - 89 13. Alain St., exington, Ky. ). AiKEK, Trav. Pass'r Agt., 4W. A. Cox sold- - to I. A. Bow C W. C. RINGARSON, On. Pass, Ajt., W.A; UARPirrr, Clen. Algr., man two good work horses for CINCINNATI. $ioo. Also to John V. Miller, ol Lancaster, a number one mule for mEMBfBHHMmaMBMaMMMMrX VH. Savannah, Atlanta, Jacksonville, i I ' According to the. crop report, Mrs. Maitraret H. Hayes, of KENTUCKY DAY AT LEWIS sued by the Agricultural Depart- Colorado Springs, daughter of AND CLAK HXPOSITION. ment, tne petcentage of wheat reDavis, has written a letter maining in the hands of the fanner The following proclamation ha is 20. or 11 r, 000, 000 bushels; ol urging the Confederate veterans of been issued by Gov. Beckham: .Mississippi to use every endeavor ',. , corn, 38.7 per cent., or 054,000,-00Commonwealth of Kentuckv, bushels; of oats, 38 8 per cent. , to have the State properly recog- Executive .Department, Frankfort, or 347,000,000 bushels.'' nized in the inscription on the Ky., March 8, 1905 To the people Bush & Ramsey, auctioneers, re Davis monument at Richmond, Va. of Kentucky: The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition wil' 'v. '" Port the sale of Ernest Eclon on be held at Portland, Ore,, beginA DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. I y- - the 7th, as fairly well attended: ning June 1, 1005. The peop'oof To draw the fire out of a burn, Kentucky will be intereretul in combined mare brought $121; ,$ or heal a cut without Jeaviug a scar, ihcsuccess of the exposition Jin horse, $86; 2 milch cows, use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. view of the fact that Capt. Lewis EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY heifer calf, $r3; 25 and $33; A specific for piles. rieasant, Potent, Taste Get the genu- and Capt. Clark were prominently flood, Never Palatable,Weaken orOrlpet Good, Do sow aud 9 pins. steer calf, $15; Bloken, 10, U and hens, iocts. par Hi ; ine. J L. Tucler, tditor of the identified with the early days of lotoonte per box. Write for treo sample, and book, $23 75; on health. Address M Chicago or New York. roosters, 8 cts. per H ; 03ts, oits, Harmouizer, Centre, Ala,r writes; Kentucky. Upon the request of Shrllnfl Kcmedr Company, "I have used Da Witt's Witch Hazel the management 1 hereby desig KEEP '$2,(0 per hundred bundles; Irish YOUR BLOOD CLEAN potatoes, 40 to 45 cts. per bushel; Salve in my family jof piles, cuts nate and appoint Tuesday, Augus It is the best salve on 1. 1905, as Kentucky day at said .. . and burns. pershok fodder, 10 to The total deposits in all the sav Every family should exposition and suggest that all ings banks iu the world, according Bush & Ramsey report the sale of the market. " keep it Sold by Mt KentucUianj who may he the re at- to the latest available statistics, J. W. Sims on the 2nd, as well at- Vernon on hand Drug Co tend on that date and participate amounted to $10,500,000,000, contended aud good prices prevailed. in the celebration. Witness my tributed by 82,640,000 depositors. old mare, $130; One The fate of the Russian army of hand ihi.s 8th, day of March, 1905. Of this total the United States yearold mare, Sn8; cow, $30; ling steer, 825; sow and 5 shoals, a quurter of a million men aud two shows aggregate deposits of J. C. W. BnciiKU.uO $21; corn in the crib, $2 25 perbbl ; thousand 'pieces of artillery, with 179.000, credited to 7,405,000 Governor. per shock; which it was 'expected confidently fodder, to to depositors. These figures indicate Irish potatoes, 35 to 45 cts. per THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO. that the United Stales, with less bushel; tut keys, $3 each; chicken Gen. Kuropatkin and his Lieuten Col. John M. Fuller,' of Honey than 93 per cent, of the total popper lb. Winchester ants could prevent the,' advance of Grove.Texas, nearly met his Water ulation considered, contributes over hens, Democrat. the Japanese beyond the Shakhe loo, from liver and kidney trouble. 29 per cent, of the total savings reMules are much the cheapest nnd the Hun river positions, still In a recent letter, he says: "I was corded. These figures help to exanu most cinciciu mum wu iui juiui is in the balance. nearly dead, of these comolaints, plain the remarkable manner in work, seldom sick or lame, very and, although I tried my family wiiich the recent large bond issues long lived, good for twenty-fivdoctor, he did me no good; so I got have been absorbed. BY THE TONIC ROUTE. years of hard work. A draft Jhoise as a tonic, and a 50c bottle bf jour great Electric LlNlMBNT FOR RilltU- The pills that act is worn out at 12 or 15 years The not as a drastic, purge, are DeWitt's Bitters, which cured me. I con matism. mule, like the Arab, is all bone, They cure sider them the best medicine on .Clias. Drake, a mail carrier at sinue and muscle and can draw Little.Early Risers." and thank God who cave billious-ness- , earth, Chapinvillc, (101111., savs: "Chamvery heavv loads. A mule seldom headache, constipation, Early Risers are small, you the knowledge to make them,'r berlain's Pain Balm is the chametc. kicks or balks; if it run? away it easy to take and easy to act a safe Sold and guaranteed to cure The rims away it keeps the road an(l billiousness and kidney dis- pion of all liniments. a great past hotel ftlflCK HaiUlllOll, deal nnrt hof r,f PHIyear I wa,s troubled ol.tm ne rnnno' ease by all druggists, at s;oc a botJ Valley City, N. D., says: with rheumatism in my shoulder. all they are able to live and labor tle. After trying several cures the storeon half the feed a horse neeeds ."Jwo bottles cured me of chronic,... . .. rnnstinntinn." by Mt. VerI. ... Sold Judge Wheeler, of the U. S keeper recommended this remedy ruey are in meir oeni worn ijiuw-- i "i m..u lii fniinw ii.rt'non DruffC Circuit Court of Appeals, in New and it completely cured me." There is no use of anyone suffering I row closely, tuni on the com at fVfn nfl. rutiHafftl nit nniniAti The Bank of Benton, at Benton, K"', ' 'V from that painful ailment when iliip never stop on on t the ends and P siucle hill. They will turn in half Ky , was blown opeu by burglars ui uit niijcutsii wjuui ixciiiiiug liniment can be obtained for a small the time a draft horse will. You and the sum of $4,000 was secured. Company, which, if finally sustain sum. One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for aj can grow more core corn with They escaped oil a haue'eir, le lying eJ, will cost the Government The question involved is short time will produce a perma mules thiiu with mules than with horses. Tbe mule is all right apd it near Paducah, crossing the Ohio one of refunding duties paid on nent cure. On sale at Thas. C Davisdrugstore. sugar imported from Cuba, riva into Illinois. has rt noble tecord. Ex. isJef-fers6- n 1 0 int jours, without defi.mce or apology; he takes it for granted that his ac quaintances measure up to hi THE UNNOTICED HEROES. standard of a gentleman; his friends know that he will go to almost any Ws. the World is full of heroes. , length to help . .. .., them in time of need; and koine of the bravest the men seldom find a place his enemies, likewise, that he will whose names in print are the fellows who simp pursue his purposes to the bitter ly do their plain duty, day by day, end, be that what it may. The cutand do not even realize that hit throat, uianity owes them recognition. variety of Kentuckian The policeman saves a life; the that figures so prominently in son e fireman enters a burning building to rescue a child. There ore thrills newspapers and in so tie cheap ficin those things. They arc spectac- tion, while not unknown, is, like ular."-the wood duck, a vanishing creaBut did you ever stop to think of ture; before many years ho. will that army that operates the rail-- i s join the ranks of the roads in those days and nights long with the trilobitc and the when the killing frost squeaks un der foot and it is so cold that you. crinoid, aud, like them, will be best can scarcely breathe? remembered because of his merits There is the engineer, on his ice as a fertiliser. mid snow covered engine, who "The Kentuckian is essentially a knows that the cold increases the chance of disaster, and who pounds lover of the outdoors; the farm and along in the darkness, a mile n the plantation suit his temper far minute, for the schedule must be better than the office and the shop. maintained, and whether obstacles No doubt this love of '.he open is arc not allowed to count, another of his Inheritances from You scarcely move in your berth ns the train rattles over the switches, Old England; if it i, it has been inbut out in the cold somebody is tensified by living in a land where alert aud awakened almost fietz all things couspirc to make life one iiig, but attending to his duty every continued pleasure. The country instant. How would you like to be a squire ol the right tight little isle track walker, with the tipcnuoinet-- would feel lost without his horses, or touching S below rTfthc arctic does the true Blaugrass man. brerze -- howling? Not only does he love horses; he is lonely miles, ..scaiininjpsy foct of the way foryour .strtBpT and he willing to put in the best years of doesn't know that he is p hero, bt his life with them, feeding, curry-- , ing, exercising them, caring for cause that is his job. Aud there are the men who test them iu every way that business ...1 ...1 . u .1 ' .s vnee 1.. anu turuKc.-,- , scnse and BffeCJon can suggest; to . handle the coil, and the crews of n.wi 1,.,.,. him sometimes they become not a ii, tmJna dreds more who are forced to work '.companion, but the companion of under conditions that would make his days afield. As a result of this cowards of nieu less .strong. absorbing passion the Kentucky iiieynaveniaea.o an meu , d pre.clninent amou . als. They are contented to belong tnti, He many urceds in America in MM.mil But they are heroes, aud if the beauty, docility of spirit. "From the horseman to the huntworld that is so often too busy tor sentiment will only stop think, it er is only a step, easily taken in a will raise its hat in recognition of country where love of the outdoors their courage and their fidelity to and leisure turn the mind to the duty. Milwaukee Journal. pleasures of the chase. A merry group arc about to set out on a rab bit buut. To the man used to the old fashioned rabbit hunt of boyhood days u long tramp, iu which It yon bnven't regular, healthy movement of the bowel every day, you'10 III or wilt he. Keepyonr boys played the major bowel, open, and La well. Foree, In the thtpeo' three or four violent phy.lo or pill polton. It dineeronr. Ths and a shotgun and smoothest, esslest, most perfect way of keeplre the towels clear and clean Is to tke a couple of dogs played the minor; CANDY parts hunting r.ibbits on horse CATHARTIO back seems strange indeed. It is jolly sport when the days are crisp and fine; the happy, cheerful the invigorating exercise, the nii. -shoot-at-sigh- t, has-been- Hisee lnos s'riight occasional note. infancy to old age Scott's liams residence. " ' Emulsion offers a reliable Phonr No. 73. means of remedying im- Will be in office at BKODHFAD proper and weak develop- every MONDAY noon till ; ment, restoring lost flesh uoon. and vitalit', and repairing of waste. The McCLARY Scott's Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul- Undertaker sion itself. What it does &Embalmer," it does through nourishment the kind of nourishment that cannot be ob- Orders by Telcphone'attorul tained in ordinary food. ed promptly? No system is too weak or Stanford, K v delicate to retain Scott's Emulsion and gather good W. M. Francisco, from it. MONUMENTAL WORKS, '1 ue.--d tion with Scott's Emulsion that they are worthy of Work.. J Cld From OFFICE: At residence, on WilMain St., kuown as the C. C. action J. C. i- - .- -. -- We will tend you a Be term of of sample free. turt that this picture in the Ubtl is en the wrapper ( bjy. srtrr bottle Emulsion you SCOTT & BOW Chemists 50c and $ I; all druxjUb. Brodbcad, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones. ALL WORK -S- ATISFACTION GIVEN- .FIRST-CLASS.- 40?PttrlSt., R.Y. MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth Mon-dabracing winter air, all conspire to in each month. bring one to the bslief that Bunny Quarterly Court. Fitst Monis, after all, only an excuse lor the young men and maidens to ride day in .each month Circuit Court. Second Monoverlie hilli together. .. day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. "Year after year the old mollusk Mt Vrrnon Pouch Court; graveyard has been given up of its virtues to make bright and pros- Third Monday in each mouth. perous thelile of the people who CHURCHES. dwell above it, but tree and man Services tt the Christian Church Preachalike seem powerless to do more ing ltt & 3r I Sunda) 'sat 11 a. m. and at than dent the surface and gather 7:30 p. a, every "Sunday. the crumbs that fall from the table Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 7:S0p.m. that was spread long ago in the The )uUio are cordially invited to attend day when the world was youug. ail services. Other lauds grow old, withers and Presbyterian Tlnids services on the decay; but for all time remains the 4th dun (I4.7, morning and evening, stamp of eternal an J imperishable Baptist Church Services on the Third Ourday night youth upon Mother Nature's favoand Bunday. Sunday school at 9 a ra every Sunday. Prayer ritethe Land of Blue." meeting on Tuesday nights. y I 1 HcAtf'tog o 1 1 i.r f,-;- i,i A GUARANTEED GORE FOR PILES. MASONIC 1 -- besTforthe BOWELS Itching, blind, bleeding or pro truding piles. Druggists refund ..rHTXEUN0N R - ctiAPTEn.No. every SECOND MONDAY money if Pazo Ointment fails to at 2 p, m. cure any case, no matter of how MACCABEES. long standing, in 6 to 14 days. K. O.T. M.Trnt, No. 21. meets everr U First application gives ease and and 3rd Monday at 7:30 p. m. JAS E HOUR. Com rest, 50c. If your drvggist hasn't CHAh C DAVIS. It K it send 50c in stamps aad it will be by Paris Med forwarded icine Co., St. Louis, Mo. AETS Ashland Lodge No. W0 meets 2nd day, 9 a. m. Mon- post-pai- d muzzle-loadin- g com-pan- At Denver, Colo., George Schist-lea teamster, agreed because of his defeat by K. Fill iu a law suit, shot and killed Fillaud his wife and set fire to their house, Returning to his hor.ie, Schistler barricaded himself and shot and wounded three men who attempted his cap He was finally killed. ture. r, Indigestion Causes Catarrh of tne Stomach. For many years it has been supposed that Catarrh ot the Stomach caused Indigestion and dyspepsia, but the truth Is exactly tha opposite. Indigestion causes catarrh. Repeated attacks of Indigestion Inflames tha mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus causing the glands to secrets mucin Instead of Ihe Juices of natural digestion. This It called Catarrh of the Stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Curt 1 1 1 1 JO THE BEST MEDICINE j 1 20-ct- s -- 1 1 1 WOMEN If jou are nervous nml tired out to licnllli by ftliniilo means, itflrr suOerini; for scvcr.il ' 0 n with 11 fevero lung nflVctlon, is ami tlmt Oread (Hecate CONSUMPTION, Anxious to make known to hit fellow auflrr-ir- a the means ef cure. To those nho ilcsirc It, he uiil flhcei fully aend (free of uiinrge) a copy of tiio prescription used, nhieh lliey will fiml a suro cure, for U.vsumpton, ASTHMA. (1 TAItl'.ll, IlltNCIIT I anil all throat imd I mm Mi.idik. lie hopes nil siillerent will ry his remedy, n it is invaluable. 1 hose desiring the prescription which wi I cost them nothing, aud limy drove 11 blestluc. will ideate address, IiKV. KDWACD A. WaoN, I)rooUI)n, New York, iiiur u j 17.1 TO CONSUMPTIVES. The unile rfle.'til Inning been retnrcd relieves all Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach, protects tha nerves, and cures bad breath, sour rlsintrs. a sense of fullness after eating. Indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Kodol Digests What You Eat Reeular sU, S 1 .00, hotdlnr 2li tlmaa tha trial sirs, which sells (or SO cents. Prepared by E. O. OaWITT ft CO., Ohlcago, IU, Bottles only. Make the Stomach Sweet. FOR SALTi RY MT. 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