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Established 1887 + s 6B K 1 i ii = = MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 21905 DUMBER 1 B Goods =IN DRY GOOD3AND WHAT MAKES ITi J E bring you face to face with the newest designs finest patterns and all that is new andnovel in Spring Dress Goods All that is new in Lawns Dimi- ties Organdies Batistes Mohairs Cashmeres White goods and finest patterns and trimmings for making the beautiful new style shirt waist suits We are show ing liner styles and lower prices than ever before designs in Calicoes and Scotch Lawns as low as 5c a yard Do as we have done buy them earl7 and make them up at your leisure We are showing Laces and Ham burgs and Insertions in endless va riety I SHIRTS SUSPENDERSand in the name of the are 50 f to see the dozens of styles If the Wo men ever this theyll get back at us for all on talk about thorn being hard to suit in fixins SHOES Our Big Stock Linuui ern Djil1UII JBusyas ABeesDry prettiesti BY the THOUSAND Why Great Horn poon many ptyJep needed OUought different discover WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOES 11ERE2 IF NOT VMIY KOT Wlfitnrlnrn have everything to offer in Shoes that are new and up PRICES in all kinds SENSATIONAL ofI Ladies and Childrens black tans Are we selling Shoes at cost No sir But we sell 25 per cent cheaper than any one who advertises to sell a- tOft1t cost means what they cost younot the merchant SeeOuflenSmghTopBropsat g8c OF FURNITURE MATTING AND EVERYTHING ErsE and our Bargains make it Down Hill to Our Store from all directions and trade rolls in MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY the fact is stranger than phrase New GoodsNew Prices New EVERYTHING JU it l- PAP PHrI0UG4ld YIamong your bees Now is ILook they need help feed them itiand see if they dont prove to bej the best hive ever inventedW H JUwee on Irish potatoes are plentiful and are bUIIJaswho can do the most work this LamIBeldon who has been on the sick list is able to he out again Harvey Chenault hasj brought in a drove cattle from Madison to take ofI age of the bud grazing mers have been plentiful here WadkinsIrea visited relatives here this week 1Ix MKMORIAM thellittletook its flight to a brighter and better world Death when it summons the aged is sad but doubly so indeed it is when the grave monster selects for its prey the pure and innocent bud ofchildhood Mav the father and mother feel that the loss of their darling is only a beacon light ever calling them to come He was a child of unusu allyhrighl mind and a favorite with everyone His loss is deeply felt land the whole community extend to them their heartfelt sympathy GERTRUDE FULLINS CHAR UKCHA1U Mrs Grove Cook is still confined to her room She is now with her daughter Mrs S E EstesThetipostmaster has erably came out this morning in a bran new hat which he says Mr Parker sent him from New York Arthur Hiatt son of A M Halt came in this morning from Okla homaMrs J W Guest left last Sunday for Mobile Ala Her hus fntureIMrssay is much improved People here were very much excite l yesterday over the report that a mad dog was out Harrison Paynes dog bit him on the hand and was fighting all the dogs in town has not been killed yet Miss Maggie Pleasants is clerk ing for Mrs E M Payne who is storeIin our townMiss Myrtle Wells entertained a few friends at her cozy country home a few evenings since All report an enjoyable time Your correspondent received an invitation to be present at the marriage of her niece Miss Liz zie Hammack a former Kentucky MichiganIiS e worse for wear and we didnt have time to order a trousseau from Parts we had to decline the with thanks yet I hopeinvitationI sence did not prevent the o the happy pair which was to place on 15th InstMy lettu takeI growing nicelyMrs Jape anan is in Louisville Mrs King has returned from the city millineryMrsr where she has been to lay in her son r Mrs Kate Magee Mrs James Col lier and Miss Tevis Collier were in town this morningV D Wai1m has gone to La Follette Tenn to see his son HomerJoe silage nas been at home sick glad to say he has recovered so as to return his business at Livingston Miss Theny Bryant spent last Saturda night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Ford on Cedar creek STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of consumption pneumonia etc yon are lost if you KingsNewDiscoery SpringsAlawith pneumonia under the care of nso to r Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for ore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at all druggists Price SGC and Trial bottles tree The report of the general staff of the army on the maneuvers at Ma nassas last fall criticises the militia from the Southern States saying that many of the organizations were composed of weak boys physically unfit withstand the fatigue involved in carrying out the The report speaks more favorab of the State troops from the North The Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of the Harrison circuit court sentencing Tom White to penitentiaryJett in the assassination of James B Marcum at Jackson May 4 1903 ItiVKL JTIUKN- Reinembir the Sabbath day to keep it Holy This WitS com ftIfor some preacher to point out tvasttbrought in by the Catholics at an early day in the Christian era and I say he is right disprove it if you byIcan But from the way the law is ob elude that Catholics or some holy people repealed tuat utherI the Decalogue soon after the of St Peter when they chose or lay is abused PopeI bad Did con of the matter were not for civil law that day would be known only by name from the other six All the preaching coaxing and exhorti g our preachers could do would not hold the law in force Our preach theIthtyhaeis not chained no siree but loose a free snake crawling into every rook and corner of earth where fallen man has trod the soil work ing his plans and seeking whom he may devour since the days of Adam and Job Whether he be material or immaterial a fallen angelor bigdifferenceand he does some mighty big jobs too Just look what a work he has been engaged in near Port Arthur for the last 13 months and now if he can only persuade ThejBear to pull the Lions tail a little ourlbirdof earth into war unholy war how he will sit back and for his 011Veskilling Goebel or those men in Breathitt county only on a bigger cale while the murder or assassia makes one widow and 6 orphan tioInaked starving orphans O sinful satanIandIbayonet It looks funny to a man up a tree to see Uncle Sam work toIbigrme or Sally Smith and Betsy Jones forld a when Betsy saw Sallys hat she went immediately and did likewise Neither of them needed the hat for they looked better nnder a gingham bonnet nor did their financial ability warrant such extravagance while some of the household was barefoot at home Neither have we a right as a nation to take th peoples money to pay for big ca noes and popguns to rot down on the ocean while irrigation and gocd roads and bridges are so badly needed for the little ones at home Leave off buying the hat and shoe and clothe the family firstly Start with the wants of the great com marIOur farmers put in a ringer last week and will soon have oats completedAcorn Lots of potatoes in P H and theycookedare excellent chicken and pig feed Eggs worth only ic each but what Out women lose in price they make up in quan tity Betsy void one hen for 55c while Mrs Hattie sold one for 650 by gross weight Lots of young lambs and this is favorable weather ou both them and grass Say did youknow that you can pasture down early wheat Avith ewes and not hurt the wheat one ioto in fact it will help both lambs and wheat Betsy went to see her brother Frank Sunday She found him suffering with from or of a complication of neuralgia catarrh rheu matism cJack Towery is still kept in doors March has helm ed wonderfully well this time then with the remaining 10 day and the twelve borrowed by u e may yet have blizzards cydon and lots of other ugly performances Here boys Rockcastle is one of the counties that have or has few goodroads Giveyour exege sisCant some one two or three more ask and answer a few ques tions Absoletn Cummins and his wife visited their son J B Cum Grovelythe Christian church next Saturday p m and Sunday a m Dont forget the change from 3rd to 41h Sunday hut be on baud and help fight the devilSatan or Beelze mbasthe case may be The word devil is rather a generic term comprehending all sorts and Published f l rJ r y J TYI 9 9 9 t v V r ti ry Y Special Sale i rf Until April First rJof J fTo make room for Springr Goods space wifft tinno permitus tmention aHour Bargains 0 1 Look at a few ot them f GOODSat Outings 5 to Sc per yard 0 Calico 4 to IC per hard yardV79c each JyardtjSHOES pair1tre 175 prs mens Shoes 9Sc per pair f Ev fAr fjMensHatsWeo Pants Corduroy = Underwear Now IJChildrens Bed Comforts were Sl Now 9 lu 47 the last moment come to Biodhoad right now and carry away + some of our bargains We have marked our roods down so they will go Strictly cash or ty produce 3 CHERRY dUBADQ1ARTBHS FOR BAItfiAlXS W BROUHEAV KEXTITKY rtf 7 rT C G r r K 9 7 ICITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KENTUC KY IIIt Iis with pleasure we desire to call j ttention to Citizens Bank of B roll head y some of the advantages that are rained by being one of our depositors Tilt Hunk began business on January 7th 1905 and its growth up to present time has boon rnmirkaljU and very satisfactory to the stockholde1 H joy distinction of being the only bank in this part of that began paying rIton deposits believing that when a porson left as much as or more on deposit B months without checking that they should clorivo svm f of benefits We are equipped h the h st gorging proof ciewdoor safe that could bo and people have come miles to see it and proounced it the must won 1IIlnl piw of mocha nUm thoy had eyes seen The safe is made of the steel with a screw one foot in diametor and st door is time movements by door is Thc sale is set within n brl wall that is 23 inches thick We also have a vault door that closes with twenty bolts and wei jj 3000 pounds most cordially ask you to bank and examine it for yourself s Q is not a safe depository Remember we pity 3 percent on as much as 10000 or more six months l offer to people a and conservative rg system Wo ask you fo g p business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable ralatot Trusting to have pleasure of meeting you pet onully yam j nlye ji- W UUTCHESOX Cashier n classes of Satanic Majestys family every branch class orderIgenera or The zebub signifies the High Cocka lorum of the ranch while Satan is Beelzes first lieutenant general business manager sir these fellows are forked tailed or cloven footedhave no tails at all but as sure as there is wickedness to be tound among the chil dren of men there are devils plen ty of them but resist them and they Will flee from you Use the sword of the BUCK VARNON A SAra COUGH MEDICINE nOR CIJIIDREX In buying a congh medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and re lief is always sure to follow It is especially valuable for colds croup whooping cough For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore A MATTER OF HEALTH esiiOY4 bAiN6 POWDERAbsolutely lIAS NO SUBSTITUTE Boys and mens Caps 2c Now Mens Jeans Now fJe Mens Pants 1 4- 1NDBllllEAit Mens 50c 7ie Ladies Union Suits SOc Now ISLA3KETS y t4Blankets77c each but v- W the the the the State 10000 the madrb best within the the which the locked We visit the We the safe banl the His specie and neither spirit and t u QUAIL rThe sick of our neighborhood John Laws has returned to Indiana ve hope a wiser manJohn Craig has some nice seed corn for sale both white and yellowSome talk of a post office being established at Jacob Elders storeThe hog marKet has become very active after long period of extreme dullness Several buyers are in the neighbor hood paying from three to four ceuts per pound as to quality W 41centshogsJ M Craig sold to Thomp son boys of Preachersville forty stock hogs price unknown The cattle market is extemely dull as it should he on account of scrub stock Will the time never come when our farmers will realize that it requires no more feed or grass to a high grade steer than it does a scrub The evolution from the razorback hog to the higher grade includinglBerkshires Poland Chinas Chester Whites and other good breeds has been quite rapi and why not apply the same meth ods with our cattle Some fara way readers of our paper would probably like to know our market- prices of farm products and we giv a few hogs 3 to 4 cents per lb cattle not selling corn 60 cts oats 45 to 50 cts wheat i scarce ar ticle onions i for large and 2 a bushel for sets eggs lItO 12 cts per dozen butter ra cts per pound hens 7 cts per pound cash S cts in store and country bacon 10 cts pound- A seventy five barrel oil well wa developed in Wayne county during the week A crusade has been begun iu New York State against the sale of morphine cocaine and chloral without labels yV M I Friday fi7 I t 1 A door Now raise LAX U STOCK AMI CKOI Harry Lascirus Bowling Green sold last week 100 mules for South ern market at the following prices 14 hands at 75 to 590 15 hands at 100 to 120 i5J to 6 handy MiI1175 Mr Lazarus also bought Ilast week So mules 14z to 15 hands at 65 to 110 i1 to 16 hands at 150 to 185 also jo mules 16 hands extra good at 166 ISpears S Sons bought of C Jc10 carrels of crib corn at 225 and 100 barrels of field corn at 210 Auctioneer George- D Speaks reports a large ciowd and lively bidding at the public sale of Joe Redmon near Leesburg Harrison county Horses brought 20 to 165 mutes f75 to 150 lone pair fouryear old mules 5250 cows 37 to goo 125 barrels corn iu crib at 220 per barrel hay 15 per stack oats 35 cts per dozen bundles Farm implements and household furniture sold high Newsd CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA r- AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY prepaebowel complaints has brought it ito almost universal use Ii 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 two explosions m the Red IInand Rush Run mines at Fire W Va Saturday night nt least twentyfour men were killed Eleyen of the dead were members caughtbywhile attempting to go to the scene of the first accident MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY MAU 24 1905 Published every Friday bIEDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on a iclliioltI FOR JIUHWrHlJ1EIWe ale GUAXV1LLK fKKCE- as a candidate fur Magistrate in the Fifth district composed of Rrmvns iind lirodhcml voting subject tu the action of the Democrats of that district The State Board of Health has caused to be put into practice the fumigation of all passenger coach es one hour belore leaving a ter minus That the traveling public appreciates fully every precaution taken against the spreading of con tageous diseases needs no comment but the terrible ordeal through which the passengers have to go who enter these cars one hour after they have gone through process of cleaning On one o the trains leaving Louisville a few nights since crowded with Ipassen gers a cold rainy night yet every window had to be up and the doors open in order to stay in the cars at all To ride in this way meant a death of cold to close up the car it was impossible to remain in it and the general expression of al aboard whether lie of a cold endure the sufferings in the car with it closed or run the risk of getting some coutngfcous disease the latter seemed to be much in prrference There is much being said against and some little for the Hargiscs Callahan etc Some who have so much to say against them are loudest in their cries for freedom for Powers Taylor and Finley and on the other hand some of those s who are strongest in their opposi tion to Taylor and others are send lug up a clamor for the Hargises That jewel consistency is but li tle manifested Upon the who e it seems to us to be a matter of six of one and a half dozen of the oth er and down the line the whole bunch should travel together Loyalty is one of the greatest traits of character but for one attempt to show their lovalts to their political party or organization of any kind by indorsing ti promrnent in that organization falls ar short of the mark of true loyal nd good citizenship acs AX D roLrn CLAN sident has announced call an extra session Or the first week 1J Taylor of Tennessee Ii sally announced his candid tbe United States Senate t eed Senator Carmack two years hSThe joint convention of the Colorado General Assembly ousted Gov Alva Adams and seated Jam H Peabody as Governor by a vo of fiftyone to fortyone Chairman Geo B Cortelyou has announced the appointment of Harry S New of Indiana as vie chairman of the National Repub- cau Committee Upon Mr Cor telyous resignation which will low in a few days Mr New will become acting chairman of the com mittee The proposition advanced by sonic members of Congress to place a duty on coffee is exciting considerable interest The idea was suggested tentatively it is said for the purpose of sounding the public is thought that the inhabitants our Maud possessions may to their attention to raising coffee encouraged by the imposition ofa duty upon importations of the product from other countries President Roosevelts address on April 4 when he will visit Louis vine will be delivered from the courthouse steps The President will leave his train at Third avenue and A street and will be escorted to Third avenue At Fourth avenue and Broadway where the President will be met by an escort of Confederate veterans a halt will be made while he delivers a short address to the veterans The mock trial of W S Tay- t at Des Moines resulted in a hu jury with a jury upon which th was only one Democrat Taylor from his exile in Indiana sent extended argument in his own fense The jury deliberated eight hours As the jury was made up of law students young men with more than average intelligence the result is hound to be a disappointment to Taylor who hoped for n verdict of acquittal Although a mere mock trial the result will make an impression throughout the country Hopkinsville Kentuck ian- PAPER 13 TClN J Maj William Warner republi electedfsouri Legislature 15 minutes before that body adjourned sine die thus breaking the deadlock that had ex fisted since the beginning of the session Seven ballots were taken during the day the last one stand ing Warner 91 Cockrell 83 Niedringhaus i The election was accompanied with great disorder 1but when the result was ascertained members quieted down brief laudatory speeches of the several candidates were made and the As seinbly adjourned apparently in good feeling JJJnCIlOnr CHIPS 0 By our Associate Editor Mark Twain says clothes are a patter Who was it said Busi ness is business- In some parts of Ireland eggs are the accepted currency There are no records ofcounterfeits If Buffalo Bill had had the ad of Seth Bullock what a havethad Dont work for wages any long er than you can help it says Mr Curnegie This ii who oltrdelegates have bet all along teCoal is to be reduced fit ts a ton the first of April The c Trust will take care to keep thee householders from pocketing the differenceibetter with his message to the Congress of Mothers than with some he has sent to the United States Congress If Japan should insist on having the Phillipines we may have need for those two battleships that the president so earnestly desire and for jtrhich Congress reluctantly ap prop riated This country received seven yearihavetoand onehalf children to maintain the population at its pres ent number iiilcserve on commis sion to unearth the ruins of Her culaneum The curiosities that will be found there are not a cumstanceo the ones that will b discovered when the Standard Oil Company is exposed This country leads all others in the amount of nione supplied for chBritfrnis still remaining to be done is indicated by the fact that there arc several thousand children in New York who go breakfastless to school every day NEWS I MS Witnesses called before the grand jury in Chicago to testify in the Beef Trust investigation will be guarded by secret service men to prevent them leaking to report ers or agents of the packers bfore Lexingtoneers Association has addressed let orgaliiradeto offer advantages for the exhibi lion IIHALCS lvVe9ve Hired ISam1 our agent to and SELLour throughfiulment This is a speeialeriug of mens Suits atSao and J 15 mi They are black for wear ami fancy Cassimeres Vorotetls in light medium and patterns for business wear are URj TlmD AIWVOOI drsSImade In thoroughly itptodale What we ask von to do U to and ask for samples and hlanissaying you saw Tills TIllS Mucr Ours is the largest and oldest house in our yiotWEel1 C1OTIII II and IURNISII IXGS for men and boys SHOES for everybody We EXVRESS on worth and send all SUBJECT TO APPROVALj Style lwcksfurnilliuesfree on us hear you LEVYSThird LO 5VILLEI The serious river conidtions at Pittsburg Pa as reported l Tednes day The rivers are again rising at Pittsburg and a stage of more than thirty feet is expected today Should the river reach the predicted height streetcar traffic between Pittsburg and surrounding towns will be almost suspended while tll railroads up the Monongahela vat Aljdown as a result of the water put ting out the fires and about 20000 men are idle Hundreds of houses in Allegheny on the South Side and iu lcKe sport and other sub urbs are urrounded by from two to eight feet of water The basement- of scores of business houses ar flooded and the merchants will lose thousands of dollars by reason of damage of goods The latest dispatches from Manchuria indicate that the retreat of the Russian army is being conduct eJ uneventfully and that the last few days have been unmarked by any fighting of a serious nature destroyingretreat Gen Kuropatkiu it i stated was willing to remain i Manchuria and accept a subordinate command but it is evident tha his proposal did not find favor with the Emperor Gen Linevitch is said to be making a good impres icjceived120000 men were wounded or captured killedI Novoee remva one organs of the autocracy at St Petersburg editorially admits the possibility of peace The four tear term of Gov Napoleon B Browardof Florida wit be signalized by a prolonged and determined legal contest in both the State and Federal courts for andIFloriIdatween certain land grant railroa- and canal companies and the trustees of the Internal Improvement acreslotultimateIthe trustees under patent from the Department of the Interior of the United States by virtue of au act of Congress of 1850 but which are claimed by the several railroads and canal companies under num LegislatureFlorida of At the conclusion of the third applicatione or and Ed Callahan on the charge of complicity in the murder of Jas Cock rill Alex Hargis was on the stand He denied being implicated in the plot to assass nate Cockrill and said he had no knowledge of such a plot He denounced the test mony given by hose Feltner as a vile base and foul lie but t statement was ruled out by the court The principal witness for the prosecution was Anderson White brother of Tom White who was convicted of assassinating Jas JudJamesJanieCockrillrill and Attorney Vaughn Other JeSmithff DeputySheriffthe latter was Deputy Town Marshal of Jackson under James Cock nil The testimony for the prosecution was concluded with the e ception of the testomony given the trial of William Brittonr which will be submitted to the court SICILIANflair A highclass preparation for this hair Keeps hhitctandalwaysrestores The First Quarterly Review J SoodsySchool Lesson for HarZ6I9iH ISPecaHy This GOLDEN TEXT QtARTEltBut hese sue written that ye might ltwe that Jesus tie Christ the Son of fiiA and that believing ye might have life through His natneJohnSIS- utumarr of Quarters Lessons The Golden text of the Quarter gives the purpose of Johns Gospel It was to prove that Jesus is the Christ the Son of God and to prove it in such a way that men would believe it with their- hearts and thus obtain life through His name How is this gnat truth brought out in the lessons of the Quarter Lesson IIn this lesson the central truth of this Gospel is brought out in many ways The statement of the existence of Jesus Christ as the eternal Word in the beginning with God and the declaration that He was God csii pbasize this We see Him as the Creator of all things the One in whom was life and Who was the Light of men In Jesus of Nazareth this eternal Word came flesh and the apostles beheld ills dory glory as of the ugly begotten Suit of God who fully declared God in His own person as well as His words Lesson In this lesson we have Johns testimony which he had received from God and which had been certified lIoiyIiterual preexistent the One who bap tined with the Holy Spirit the Son of troll Lesson t11l this lesson we have An dre and Philips discovery of JosW w the Messiah Him of whom Moses in the law and prophets did write anti also testimonyesus was God the Kins of Israel isustin the cieative act turning water into xiu Lesson 5ln this lesson we find NIc damns discovering that Jesus was lie ond question a teacher sent from God tpproved by the signs which He per urmed anti Jesus own declaration of preexistenceeson we see is Divine in that He is the One who gives whichhecuntesa wall of water springing up into ever iaslia lesson 71n this lesson we fee Jesus again manifesting His Divine glory at Csna in tine healing of the noblemans son This miracle is remarkable in that he healing was done at a distance and- y the bare word of Jesus Lesson 8ln this lesson we see Jesus healshartnyears and was hopelessZ see Jesus ngain manifEsting His Divine power ani Iory by the feeding of the five thousand roan with live small loaves and two itnull fishand with twelve haslets- ul of Iraaments left over after all Inert flied This was a creative act and de Msive protif of Jesus Deity Lesson lUlll this lesson we have Jesus again as the giver of the spirit bestowing the Spirit upon all that lieve on Him and we have the testimony if His enemies that he spake as near nan spake Iesson HIn this lessen we see Jesus theIVe hear Him declaring Himself plainly to bo the Son of Got He also in this Xssoti main declares His preexistence Lesson 12ln thlu lesson we have blindethe Light of the world Review Methods The lessons of the Quarter extend over Cospeldsons or classes of persons mentioned in the Ie5sors The lessons consist of selected dents from first end third years of the public ministry of Jesus A D 27 and 20 Let each scholar make a list of the les sons and then note L How many rec lire signs 2 How many bear witness How maul do both With the lesson titles and subjects still before the class let the teacher draw out from the scholars The choicest passages in these nine chapters of lobo those must helpful to us for salvation hope situ growth in character and grace The noblest bravest kindest ac lions of which we have made a study a The greatest blessings Jesus brought to man I The most important duties required of us and virtues to cultivate f Let the class make a word picture of Christ as in the presence of all these things He appears to them each one adding what he can so thatfn Hisna lure His power His work His charac anieverpresenUreality and power BlastsheNo deed of love Is eversmall Men who talk of worshiping God in nature are usually found looping for Him with a gun or a rod Some men are satisfied not to go Heaven because they know some toI who are planning on liviiigthere The wickedest thing in this witt1theChrist talked about the mustard seed in one sermon but some preachers have nothing but mustard in all their ser monsIFOR AN IMP AIRAD APPETITE resultis from faulty digestion All that is needed isa few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach giveIyou an a tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale at Chas C Davis drugstore J C HOCKERCOIS THE PLACE TO BUY Winter Weight Underwear YOU CAN BUY IT NOW AT 33 L Pre Ct Discount HEADQUARTERS FURBOOTSiRUBBER SHOES OVERALLS IN FACT verytning 1g to Wear WILL SAVE YOU MONEY TO FIRST SEE J7C ROCKERS CO Livingston 1 Kg OVER NINETEEN HOURS tjByvice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St to dCity of Mexico through San Anto g nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 m and 820 m t VOnderfullMexico liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Moun tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv i 38 Dollars TOE torrnaeACahNN NORTHWEST= = = = FllOH LOUJSYILLE THE w Heudersoh Route IE CORRESPONDING Low rate to Washington Montana and all intermediateI pGllliS1ss Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 tfJj = Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKEKS E Rotes to the West and South west on certain dates E 3T E If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that you- rticketroadsoverthellENlhlt E SON ROUTE between Louis ripe and St ST LouisI= Free reclining chair cars on allIof our St Louis trains connections in St Louis Union Statiou with all lines to the West and Southwest J L J Gen lLOUISVILLE STARTLING MORTALITY Statistics show startling mortality peritonitisTodiseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills 11 Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for constipation and billiousness Only 25C at all drug gistsIrThe Earl of Selborne First Lord IL of English Admiralty is reply to queries in the House of Lords explained I Great Britains present na val policy saying that she must keep step with the increase of mari time strength in other quarters and should endeavor to maintain two power and possibly a power fleet The whole naval aI pect of the world East and had changed in a few earsIINCREDIBLE It would have been incredible brutality if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he sayshcut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which JeyeI top Only 250 at all druggists r 3ti8 Ji Robert C- oxCLOTAVG mii AT HALF P RICEe c WE are selling WINTER CLOTHING at less than halfwhat you will pay for it elseivhere c 3 Corns and examine for ourself it costs ou to look and we are ALWAYSi glad to show what we have m Yours for business = ROBT COX t pone No GG Mt Vernon Ky Q atliUulU4Utauiiim4miiuamr4iiiautmuui4iiiiamii 41119 AFAJlcr i1r5SEre danandrashoetEd q7 trtoast thy iyapercctif gareju in appearance and gstMbuild- ThcLENOXb50 llsfheseI Hade 8uCaf1 VClotrsYCi Kid Patent Leaih land recommend iL U Phone No S3 Jut UIUHUIBUHBUlHHHlH Tablets II IIII We I Ca- lIeflutfltShoes TheBs1 w fEver Produced or Eve foot I A Price For Eve Purse ff JONAS AMt Vernon Ky = H U ill It U II HI HI U II U HIli 1S1S1h + ts9atraNvtHaaaI r UNDERTAKER FluBrodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE ll Caskets and Robes W Jill Telegraph Telephone Promptly f Filled 1 l 9 r THE BANK OF MT VERNON I Mt Vernon Kyl to say to our patrons and friends we ap WRWiSh te all business heretofore entrusted to us and a continuance of same In so doing we extend conservativebankingcareful attention We will also pay 3 per cent on all time deposits of 10000 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months I trulyW Cashier t To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Seven MiDion boxes sold in post 12 months This Signature tIIIIItIIIIItI1ttIItIIIIII11Lw Sell Tjie McKENZIE g Coffins Mail or orders that Yours r Cures Grip 1in Two Days on every box25c r M r VhttyiN SIGNAL MTVERNONKY MAR 24 190 79Call up No want to SIGNALlcate with Louisv jlttNASHVIttRRCo TIME TABLE l4 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a m 23 south 129 p n 25 South 110 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58mEntered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffiee as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAL BrodIIbead ing spring goods Mrs Judith Chestnut is visiting Mrs W T Brooks Mrs J M Clark is running the lunch house at Brodhead Attv C C Williams and Dr A todayfEgbert Wallin marshal of La Follette Tenn has recovered from typhoid fever Mr and Mrs J E Craig were guests of Mr and Mrs Solomon Riddle yesterday Mr E T Wheeler has rented W J Sparks property recently vacated by Judge Colyer Miss Bessie Miller who has bee very sick for some time is we ar glad to say very much better Mrs Renner mother of A Ren ner who has been very sick fo several weeks is much better Angus McDonald has purchased Dr M L Myers photograph outfit and will soon be ready for business Mr and Mrs John W Brown Mrs Georgia Rice and Miss Anna Thompson saw Ben Hur at Mr Cauleys last Mrs nightILaura Riddle is very sick at the home of her father Mr Solomon Riddle of dropsy Mr Shuggars of Lancaster was at Brodhead yesterday looking after his new store which he will soon start at that point There will be quite a number from this place go to Williamslmrg the iSth of next month to hear the Hon William J Bryan- C S Keisling the Brodhead lunch man passed through Monday night to take charge of new duties as depot agent Knoxville Mrs Martha Proctor wife of Le Proctor who way sent to the asy lum some time ago is rapidly im proving and is thought will soo be able to return homeIConductor Bud Davis is nov running extra passenger and it is earnestly hoped by his numerous friends that he will soon don brassI and blue for keepsSomerst SunII Mr Davis is a nephew of C and W A B Davis this plareI A W Francis passed through Wednesday en route to his home inI Corbin He had been to Lancas ter to attend the burial of his uncle Judge Robison who died suddenly last Friday while sitting in th bank of which he was vicepresi dentMr A C Sowders was here yesterday and told us that his so Dr Leslie Sowder had been ad judged insane ants is now in the asylum at Parsons Kans It is due to a lick on the head while an n encounter with Flem Butner many years ago LOCAL OPENING DAY You will find in my showroom the most practical and stylish trimmed hats to be Seen in town also a beautiful line of readyto wear in the latest designs Dont forget thedaySaturday April iat You are cordially invited MRS CLEO BROWN mar 242 t Mt Vernon Ky NOTICE I have just returned from the city with a lull acd complete line of Ladies Misses and Children Hats Also an elegant line of No ngtin Miss SALLIE PURCELL with PURCELL SISTERS mar 24tf i JBrodbead Ky l WANTED 2000 pounds wool Highest market Price paid M 5MliiNoTtcESee our line Silk Shirt Waists ready made Skirts and Linen for shirt waist suits Purcell Sisters mar 24tf Brodhead Ky Since all the freight trains art being run as double headers th brakemen and conductors are not forcedany more to kick for rest but if any thing more work Dont you want to see the correct styles in hats Then call at Mrs Cleo Browns April 1st opening day and see the Covday and Polio hats ar 242t tSTAVall paper mouldings etc Samples showing all designs will be brought to your home at anytime Picture frame mouldings of any kind or colors HENRY BALES feb 10 2m Mt Vernon Ky am again IBJACKS1IITIIINGI prepared on to short notice Patronage of my old customers and new ones solicited ROBERT K POWELL mar 243t Mt Vernon Ky The indications are that the new timecard which will soon go into effect will make some very material changes with the passenger trains No 24 day train going North will run about one hour later as will also No 26 the North bound night express The Southbound trains will have some slight changes Van Brummett who forged the annd itewas sent to the asylum Saturdey Van really had the appearanc o one in a very serious condition whichrs many try to work as soon as file get into trouble will stand close watchingDr of Pine Hill forms us that he has made three shipments of a carload each of tin white clay found on Col J A Augusts farm This clay went to the John Bauer Pottery Works Louisville and the company is so well pleased that they have expressed a desire to use it exclusively if the supply will be equal to the demand An entry will be made into the hill which contains a five foot vein IN COUNTY COURTBill Valk er was fined 20 and cost for gam ingDick Sowder was fined 66 and cost Saturday for having liquor i his possession for the purpose tt selling This case comes under the Faris law and is the first con ieu the county This should serve as- a warning to those who carry so fonr the sole purpose of selling it WANTED HICKORY TIMBER Forty inches long Timber to be clear of knots streaks and defects Timber 2inches white 550 Per cord under 24 400 per cord Will take bickor inches at the little end Also small poplars wanted For fui ther particulars see agent Mt Ve uon ET WHEELERAgt TURNER DAY WORTHemar 24tf HANDLE CO To my patrons and friends Owing to change of circumstances resinde and engage in business In Kuox vine Tenn I desire to extend to alloy patrons and personal friends rny heartfelt thanks for the kindly feeling manifested toward me and mine during our sojourn in Brod head Wishing long life and perity for all and that we all m meet in The sweet bye and bye I remain Respectfully yours C S KeislingI Success in business is largely a matter of getting acquainted =learning the needs and tastes of your customers and making tom familiar with yourself your estab lishment yovr methods and your wares You cannot get acquainted with the purchasing public in a day or even a month it takes time to makeyourself solid but it worthwhile By cultivating theI acquaintance of possible buyers diy after day through the advertising columns of the newspapers you establish a basis confidence that yeilda constantly increasing returns and that will in the long run be worth more asan asset than inoney in the bank Philadelphia Record Virgil the four mouths old sou of Mr and Mrs G M Sowder died at Berea on the 19th inst r and Mrs Sowder were former ly of Level Green this county WANTED Your trade I in wife you to call and look at my lineof Laces Embroideries Gloves Corsets c Correct styles at low est prices MRS CLEO BROWN KyeNOTICE We cordially invite everyone to andtand readytowear hats Saturday April ist IgoSsPURCELL SISTERS mar 24tf Rrodhead Ky Jones Haggard of this city have completed the dormitory of VinIchesterocrat These brick are made near Or- Lando this county and are becoming very popular throughout the State Mr E T Wheeler agent for the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co with his machinery for making all kinds of handles etc arriv ed Wednesday morning and will be ready for business in about three weeks The mill will be set on the lot just back of Krueger Sous brick kiln Elsewhere in this issue will be found an advertisement of Mr Wheeler for hick ory and small poplar We gladly welcome this enterprise to our town and hope that their work in Mt Vernon wi prove both pleas ant and profitable Of the kind o timber which it is their purpose to quautityElo dispose of it at a fair cash price oJotherwise engaged and at the same time be a source for nice little rev enue LIVlJfGSTOiN F L Thompson of Mt Vernoii was in tywn Wednesday Jas F Cooper was in Williauisburg and lellico last weekJ C Hocker spent a few hours in Pittsburg Sun dayChamp Mullius of Rich mqnd isvisiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jab A MullinsMrs- Mahala Carson is still in a very critical conditionMr and Mrs Witt of Williamsburg are here the guests of Mrs Witt on the Heights Mrs Rolla Guthrie and and daughter Miss Maud of Geth GnSunfDay James Hiatt returned to Allatown IlL last Thursday after an extend ed visit with his daughters dies dames Salyers and Hicks at this place and relatives in Wildie Mrs W T Merimee and children visit ed friends in Stanford this week Mr and Mrs W W Vright and ironri Mattie McFer guesst ChilYMullins will leave for La Follette cuoruiugJobr p r3year son Scott was fatally injured Wedne- day s morning by the switch engine He was on a gondolier and was trying to get off when the engine struck the ear and he was knocked under the wheels Dr Cooper was called and pronounced the injuries consisting ofa fractured hip and one leg broken in three places besides other bruises fatal Mr and Mrs A N Bentley and Mrs Ha ry Magee are visiting relatives i Shelby county o prscoayn to mingle with his many friends this side of the river Mrs Mary Payne lof Altamont is again with her mother Mrs Mahala Carson Mesdames Ida Doane and Eliza Hurd of Altamont were the guests of relatives here Saturday and Sun dayMrs Grant Hilton Httle Frank Burnes and Lela May Pettit are on the sick istMrs W Childress and children and Miss Georgia McFerron returned home from Orlando MondaY fternoon Mrs Cora Lasley is visiting her daughter Mrs Harvey Jngalls at Middlesborough Last Friday night March iyth a number of friends consisting of all denoinina lions stormed flit home of Rev F P and Mrs Gates in honor of the birthjlagratitude for their faithful labor J i and the tie that binds all hearts in Christian love Many useful articles were contributedcousis ing of apples candy coffee sugar prunes jam chowchow flour ham peaches corn shoes dressaprons a nice fat hen and other things too numerous to mention Lemonade and cake were served by the young ladies After enjoying music and singing Mr John Pope gave a little talk telling how happy it was uUionlsocial work here was appreciated by all denominations Mrs Gates ponded thanking the friends for such great love After singing Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus Rev Gates offered an earnest prayer thanking our Heavenly Father for such noble friends and asking that His blessings may rest upon them We all bid them a kind goodnight The invited guests were Mesdames- J S Cooper Jacob Sambrook J R Stuckey Thos Daniels J R Carter Emerson Rice J A Oliver Sue Mullins Dee Bryant W F Tubbs Roy Mullins WC Mullins Logan Salvers Margaret Singleton Misses Nannie Stewart Dosia Val ters Eva Hall Nannie Owens Daisy Harp Harriet Wyatt Messrs John Pope W C Mullins Fred Owens and Harry Jenkins Rev F P Gates is conducting a revival at Mt Olivet near Maysville There was a birthday party given in honor of the i6th anniversary of Miss Edith Cress at the home of Mr and Mrs W D Griffin March i6th Among those present were the Misses Lida Cook Georgia Mc Mainsfan and Lela ArgenfcJght Vary Pro ton and Edith Cress clears Will Shelton J R Sims Clarence El more Harry Jenkins Mr Hatcher ess Cook aud John Griffin They rill report a good tithe Mrs Chil ders of Chattanooga Tenn is here visiting her neices Mrs Joe Dickerson and Miss Lela Sambrook IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the matter ofaBankrupt John McMullen J Stanford Ky Mar 21 1905 1 Ameeting of the creditors bf the above named who has been ad judged Bankrupt will be held at tqe office of the Referee Stanford Ky on the 3rd day of April 1905 at 9 oclock a m to elect a Trus tee for the estate of said Bankrupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57 of of the Bankrupt act concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim cannot be allowed- J N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy ADJOINING COUNTIES Near London Laurel county Dan Miller had a quarrel with Eli Hall one night recently He went away procured shotgun and when he returned he shot and killed Zach Ward by mistake for Hall The latter is an important witness for Mose Feltner in his trial for killing Jesse Fields A special from London of recent date says Barclay Lawson sawyer for the firm of Williams Stark killed fromashere Both arms and both legs were sawed off and bis head sawed in two Lawson was 28 years old and married Fireman Tom King had his leg badly fractured and sustained othe painful injuries in a wreck which- which occurred Sunday in tunnel No 17 between Brush Creek and Livingston There being no hos pital rt the above named place the thre iiis receiving the best attention and is resting as comfortably as possi ble Richmond Climax JackIsonnoon years been a Magistrate at Jackson fori twelve years and lately achieved muchnotoriety by his with the Hargis cases as he alleged that he had issued warrants of arrest for the Hargises and Callahan early in December and this was the principal plea in trying to keep Fayette counly from assum ing jurisdiction The Court of Ap actionJ if e in good faith but by collusion wit defendants andat their instiga tion Winchester Democrat siixltCostLeast Wear Best I Salesman E c BOGU- SThere I was a time and very re cently alien gas peg unit of illu mination candle power cost t public double what it now does i 3S33 x cW y n i PricestlTo The Bottom t II N order to make room for Springs Goods we will make the following sacrifice on winter goods f W Mens heavy Fleeced Underwear 12 50 Overcoats now 7 50 7 50 Overcoats now 5 50 y 5 00 Overcoats now 3 75Q 200 W Prs Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes that were 50 to 3 50 now at A complete line of Clothing and Dry goods at Ithe Goods you want and are making the price to suit q ROCKCASTLE Rea Est ate CoMT VERNON KY o Ii All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sale is made no cost for advertising FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to 2hisfence 170 acres in cultivation balance U timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stockwater Also good orchard FARM NO 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road njar Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres cultivation balance timbered iniwatered one new twostory 1scho01 jtheFARM No3Afarm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very Iandtspringclose to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing t a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract t wouldbedivision is made There was a time still more re I tlightThere was a time when we were satisfied to travel four miles an hour in an omnibus or horse cart without light or heat or transfers and pay sbc to ten cents for what withrlight and heat and with speed doubled If your blood is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood 11that invigorates strengthens You certainly kn- owSarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine t without doubt to Arers roniertulmedlhpermauent eaunot thank SIcWrtL tltN J a bottle J in drn1 Ofrune s Joor Health Laxative doses of Ayers pins each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla There was a time when tallow candles cost ten cents each and gave less than one twentieth of the gashevcs 4 4octsj IMens 50cioItS I Mi Ayers L ADAMS R Ix Chas C Davis IK oc SPORT11GJ GOODS ATC C1 aA C Davis rALSq = 7il3 Medicines F j Toifef A ricestQR o Paints and OiIsItPhone No 64 Chas C Davis 4r BBBBBBB ATTENTION EIEIaEEE t1 DR S C DAVIS m IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR M m DRUGS m You dont have to for a Extra 58S4 The Purest and Best Drugs only used in my 69 PRACTICE Qw a BBBBBBB ATTENTION aa aEss- aaue usneuuegen1f1g1110f111111111111HINIH II 111111iiiittitf it iii nl nIl II nll Willis Criffin PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER =MAND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky 2 Stock Complete Can furnish on short no gg =tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming S s = done Fine Hearse attached = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 5s 5Phone No 63 2 Ul1UU11nlU1U1U1UH1Ul1UU11UU1lUU111UUHl1l11111UU111iFQ ISHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shr report and Texas PointsF- OR BiMiAtKENTmvPassrAgtr 89 E Main St sxiiigton Ky Vrzi OARRFTI OeD Mgr W C RINEARSON Gen Passt a t I 4 a i WHEN YOU CATCI COLD D- uuso not take chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation which may leave the bronchial tubes and ling s weakened and usceptible to attack fromiji tJctFoLETnotS iI fi iiON EJj mf1Rheals arid strengthens the lungs and prevents serious results ifrom a cold Contains no opiates Saved His Lifo After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption Vissalia California writes There Is no doubt but I IIts Honey and Tar saved my life I had an awful cough and the doctor told me I had consumption I commenced S Hooey and Tar and found relief from the first and cured me completely Three sizes and 100 The size contains two and one Galt times as much as small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much Refuse Substitutes I SOLD iUD REeOMOT BY iiMT VERNON DRUG CO I iILWe have sold our store building and must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN T WO Come and buy your Shoes Shirts Overcoats and of aW Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods tla you can buy at your Own Price F SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky TIIK LIFE OF A SAILOR 0 In consequence of our war with Spain and the present war in the East the public have been lead to look upon our navy as an import ant factor in the maintenance of American interests and also as our most important means ot attack and defense Still I am rather in chned to think althoughmany of you have seen battleships you sh1110wis like beyond seeing foreign por and generally enjoying himself fterthree years expeience he fore the mast I am moved to tempt a short description of an average sailors life and if by this site I can increase the already growing interest in the naval ser vice I shall have them accomplish something Let us go on any one of our ships the routine in main will similar We will suppose it abobeI 430 a m on a winters morning Down on the berth deck silence reigns supreme disturbedonly by an occasional snore or be a loud dreamer Here we will find men asleep in their hammocks slung from the heams in in a fore and alt direction each hammock toucL ing neighbors space being limI ited A hammock to a stranger looks exceedingly hard to get into aird very uncomfortable but is no means and is both warm and comfortable It is now 455 and the master atarms calls the Hammock Scowf ers lash and stow They all to r out lass up their hammocks and stow them in the nettings The stowers stand by nettings whiled the boatswains mates waits for the revele to be sounded on the terriIhIecries ofall hands up all ham mock Come rise and shine there Rouse out rouse out Then all becomes a bustle and con so fusion then for a few minutes chaos reigns supreme the masteratarms running around shaking up he sluggards and in some cases letti ngabout the slowes ones down by the feet All hammocks must be up and stowed away in ten minutesIAt 515 the cook repairs to tl galley and brings morning cc fee This is all they get It can not be called a very substantial breakfast and to the outsider loo very useless but no sailO1 who has been any length of time in the ser i vice can do without his morning coffee 4 At 530 the word is passed ft 1 Scrubbingwash Clothes when ake his bucket to the i i Wparge of the fresh water draws hisitllowance of Ijlch is one half bucket Of t water is plentiful but it Mlisefpr washing purposeS t Jffter washing themsehesb no wash tbeir clothes It a is a curious sight to see a crowd men scrubbing away for all th are worth wringing out and doing all the work of a washwoman At passedt to knock off scrubbing wash clothes n These are not secured by clothepins T b down decks Now begins a fit ow of scrubbing playing of hoses every man hoeing so much space to clean tl whole ship is thoroughly At 7i5 the bugler cleanedIgear when the dears the lower deck messmen to Down tables Tables and benches have folding legs and after each meal are put over head on iron hangers When order is given all along the thisI as if of one accord tables are to down the tin plates and cups taken from lockers and thrown arej the tables wen with their mess e ties hurry for all they are worth less some one gets ahead them to the galley to bring the ration breakfast At 730 the bugler sounds mass formation when fall in their regular divisionshand are marched down to their isba to cat each one trying to eat or talk louder than his nei h linso great the masteratarms must order silence As soon as the a is drank and the Jast erne swallowed the men are ordered stand to one side The table are cleanedoff and the deck is swept up One would hardly realize that here a few minutes before sat ati tables eating their meals more than seven hundred sailors Now gentle reader you have been kindas to accompany me thus far on our visit aboard you have just seen the men finish breakfast yuu may be interested to learn our menu The rational lowanc may be obtained from the Navy Department Washington D The allowance for each manII orAt alt 202kstea or cocoa roz condensed milk oz sugar 402 pickles I ozIsirup Jzpt vinegar J pt 0Z pepper oz mustard cheerre ways depending on the day of week and also the powers of ships cook ther At eight oclock the bugle nd every soul whatever he r J N Patterson winter I had a bad advertised cough 1Awithout getting and Tar and greatest cough 25c 50c 50cent the mi its CUT I2- IN TWO Clothing OFIKRUEGER huislaphe onceI of plongest biscuitfjnbean p18oz attentionlolfaciugaftvhile theetflat an e as the lust strain of flit inspiring melody is finished eve one salutes and goes about business- g Now worthy reader among the emen who have just stood to d homage to their countrys flags art heroes who have medals of ho riot given to them for bravery s 1er heroism displayed while ors de fire during our late war some for rescuing men from being drowned in the sea aud others for nr other acts accomplished only by tirewear their medals they will tell ou it is because they are com petted to Ask them if you pie s e why they are serving their count- and you will be very apt to ceive the following reply cau e we get threee square meals weIwe the silvertongued orator arc t ready to proclaim their patriot from the house tops but in coming into contact with them one t orsoon learn that bravery is a seeOndthe to them and that they IIItheir country better than life itself 815 the bugle sounds chauIguns all the guns crews around their guns and every crew thecleanestished it is a beautiful sight the shineslikegold stAt 845 the bugle sounds sick Ktoaside for a hospital calla sick bythe theImore developments and if they prove serious are sent to the bos Petal on shore one of which the theIthe medical attendance is free and there are in the navy some of the finest phssicians the land 9 oclock the decks are cleared up for quartersI believe parlance at would be call everybotlyI WiIspectspresent to the executive officerA who then calls off the particular ill that must be gone throw gi hen opportunity presens it the man are sent on shore and put through the same training as sol diers for a bluejacket is both a soldier and sailor History tells U5 that they have been among the first the battlefield iu time of war Quarters being over eyerythiag r forenoonIaround the ship andwatch the ba Ksmiiii or the plumber or car renters working at their bench tbey are termed idlers nut the lave the hardest work in the ship la d it never seems to finish U something is almost sure to want repairing It is now 12 oclock and dinner is piped aud then at i oclock quarters again much the as in the morning LAt 3 oclock all drilling is Pnisi thIelves Each man has what i jermed a ditty box which is small wooden box It is fitted with a lock and key In this sane cum of sanctums he keeps all hi private things including letters moneyt etc s 1iltgIantes yarning and smoking and astbut not least bv sleeping most ty the latter Supper at 6 oclockafter which Ae have music from the hand Sometimes an improrntu dance iagotten up and men foot it to tine another man of course hay mg to do the lady Very often a small sing ollg is gotten up On rand occasions a proper entertain iieutis arranged stage rigged Tine shapeAt is p asset stand by hammocks the hoot everr ont sthi turn in by 815 p in the lights go out and tht master atarms orders silenceubotr the decks alter this not a sound can be heard save the tweet melod of the bugle as the bugler plays a slDoltcep a mall tvarsmen which no ne will Gem are among barest that sail the seas readeranotthecont ie with plenly of good times no line of life could be better or offers great opportunities for rapid and UryreRespectfully th O JoN Es BEST FOR THE DOWELS1Sm nlthtecryday youre IUorwl1l Keeproo vlalentphpelcorpLlliwlsonladangemna or clear and clean is ociakY oweCANDY CANDYPleasantNever Sicken orOripe and andletonhealtl booki 433I EEP YOUR BLOODJLEJM A dispatch from St Petersburg says powerful influences including several of the Emperors ministers are strongly urging that the time has come to indicate to Japan Russias desire for peace on a reasonable basis One of the Em perors ministers is quoted assavi digjuified renounce her entire Manchuriau r policy CHAMPION LINIMENT FOR R Eftalt in1TAT1S1Chas Drake a mail carrier at Cylion Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments The Iwas troubled a great th rheumatism in my shoulder trying several cures the storekeeper recommended this remedy and it completely cured me sufferingfrliniment can be obtained for a small ruin One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure On sale at Chas C Davis drugstoreIi r z r A Great Scheme Cl BigStotlemake a new State of portions of SouthwestVirginia native of Virginia was la Colonel in the Confederate army and co parItrprioroISSoterm in Oongrees Novemberby provisionwithnew States is found in Ai tide IV Section 3 It says that new States newfstatesthe junction of two or more States or parts of States witout the con eStatesPrcsIidentMr Slemp it is prssible that the consent of Congress might he o bttamed though this is hno means effectualLegislatures of Virginia Tennessee and Kentucky The promoters ofthis plan in it a chance Jto elect two more Republicans to the Senate a111 some of them may he assumed to aspire to that honor and hence regard it as a good thing for the But to cary out the plan the co sent of the Legislature of three Democratic States must be had the creation of another State li Rhode Inland to swell the Ron ilican majority in the United Stat Senate That these States wutil conent to their own dismember givingITSlemp the Senate is exceedingly jimproba ble West Virginia got into Union by the Caesarian operate an one State but the precedent ot to be JournalIREMEDYecan heartily and couscie recommend Chamberlain for affections sIShenick 220 So Peoria St C cago Ill Two years ago dart political campaign I caught snafter being overheated which i tated my throat and I was Gn to as Icould Hspeakfriend advised me to use Chamber loins Cough Remedy I took t doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found next morniD the wlargelyaloses that day kept on talks tjthisiu the Council This remedy old tst by Chas C nazis the drugj The Union county grand iii 5flitOil Company lire retailing oil tri frmindn 0mTHE COLONELS WATERLOO Col John M Fuller of Ho VaterdIn a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family is doctor he did me no good so I got of a hoc bottle of your great Electric conIon Dearth and thank God who g 1tiAyou the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure dys kidneyegging dig hot tIe THE Bf5T MmlCINf feIfOIt WOMEN If you are nervous and tired out and noclearer ers troubleI suffer un will seek treat 1meet You need Wine of Oardui now just as much as if the trouble nable will torj mar bles Carduihasof youWine out trace ofweakness and banish nervous spells headache and back tomsfromgerous troubles that will be hard ofWine thedeal i ledicineCoChatmedicine will be sent you tWINEg CAR V1 r iOtmllONEYAKDTAR ctilldrQit tote arcj Ifo ptatill- HE above picture of the man and fish is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion and is the synonym for sh lIgth and purity It is sold UtriesIf the cod fish become extinct uiaineeat1l e oil that corner from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishiniL mill lifegiving properties Thirty card tii ro proprietors of Scotts Kmull1jlthe found a way of preparing cod liver od so that everyone can valueke teswe 1 k oiickward children thin delis a eoyile and all conditions wasting and lost strength JIeA DINNER INVITATION After a hearty meal a dose Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prey eat lodontguaragas on the stomach sour risings tronbIefficngstomrnstallo m years taken six bottles of your Dyspepsia Cure which gout wwcquthet01sitto eat while your stomach growgis justly entitled to allof its bsjGeneral Kuropatkins expressed willingness to accept a subordin armyIordethTed arofnGen Linevitch the depart lIre of Gen Kitmpatin from Han binJ warnwas a great ovation soldiers and citizens The retreat toiuneventful and there is no news fighting anywhere The Rus sians are destroying the bridge and doing possible to retard the pursuit of the Japanese PILESI Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails Ie cure any case no matter of how long standing in 6 to 14 days First application gives ease rest 5oc If your drvggist ha it send hoc in stamps and it will bt a forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icing Co St Louis Mo Store earthquake shocks were at Naples ITO CONSUMPTIVES- The undersigned laving been restored to = health bsimple moans after saBeringr for srvenil ers with a evere lung affection that dread disease CoxsuMlTioy is anxious to make known to lib fellow the ineans ef cure To those who desi aAND he will cheeifullr send free of chore e a of the prescription used which they finda sure cure for C BRXCItTI antia throat and y MlXOIB fie hopes all sufferers will try remedy as it is hose desiring the prescription cost them nothing and may drove a ing will plraseaddrrss El WKI i UlLox Brooklyn New Fork ilo 1yr HOW MANY HANDS dipintoyou buy Itcat Lionroo CoffeeI not ness lpilorlTClean Ic C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON 1OFFICE Oi t The Bank of Slt VttUl1 streetSpecialas to collections Phone No 80 M L MYi HJ= Dentist Mt ye Fir Art iOFFICEAt residence on Clc St known as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at bRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesd noon J C McCLARY ndertclker Embalmer Complete IIRobeslOrdois by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Kv of1r7 Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky ofGranite anti Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS GIVENTMT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon oday in each month MontlfondaySeptember COURTch fasldCHURCHES ChurchPreachICIt atrESundaanervimw public are cordially invited to attend thearaThirdiaturdayiProperieetine Masanlchas MondaySolyl3fEmhtMACCABEESK meets every Is mIeComYI CausesCatarrh StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re pealed attacks of Indigestion inflames the andIexposes nerves stomach thus caus ling the glands to secrete mucin Instead of the juices of natural digestion This StomachKodol Cure citemembranesllniagthestamachpratectsths nerves cures bad breath sour risings sense of fullness after eating indlgesUon dyspepsia and all stomach troubles EatMake ttmeethpraparadbyECDaWITrCOChlcagol0FOR DRUG CO K1LLTHE COUGH CURE THE LUNCS DrKingJ s New Discovery FOR before cNSUMPTION UGHS and OlDS IISOeallTHROATLES or MONEY BAGS As the result of the storm in California hundreds of of fruit in rotting on rail sidetracks BY THE TONIC RQUTE The pills that act as a toniC and as a drastic purge are DeWuts Little Early Risers They cure headache constipation billious sac EarlyRisers are small to take ard easy to acta safe Mack Hamilton hotel saysTwoSold by Mt Vernon Drug Co Sheriffs Laud 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 of 1904 and 1903 the following tracts of lands Sales will he made be tween the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m H L TATE S R C DIST No i Name No acres T C Owens A J 30 4 30 Riddle heirs 200 19 66 DIST No3 Flannery heirs 30 2 28 Moore Sallie 70 4 46 DIST NO4 Abrams Walter 60 4 04 Baker G W 64 2vs 5 89 Croucher Willis 8 3 32 Gadd Jno G 30 3ys 6 73 Gadd W F 20 4 55 Gadd Mary J 50 4 22 Gadd Caleb 30 5 60 Gadd Harrison 5U 4 55 Gadd W C 25 2ys 4 38 Gadd Wm 35 5 75 Hammonds S P 50 2ys 9 28 Linville John 60 7 47 Lowman Richard 50 2 98 Miller W L 30 6 56 Miller F F 28 3 25 Reed R C 40 4 04 McClanahan Verge 50 2 50 Singleton Willis 100 2ys 6 09 Sims Martha 46 2 99 Simpson Henry 60 711 Wilson John 65 4 33 DIST NO5 Barnett James too 5 02 Burnett Boone 22 3 70 Chasteen B S 15 3 32 Daugherty Thomas 200 7 03 Mullins Lury 18 2 40 McGuire J W 48 4 04 DIST No6 Gill W R 28 4 04 Head Thomas 50 4 85 Miller Andrew 30 4 04 DIST NO7 Aldridge Milie i town lot 6 91 Browning Elbert 50 3 55 Cotton Edwin 60 2ys 7 55 CofFey Joe n r i town lot 10 83 Drew Geo 112 6 oo Lamb D T 20 3 45 Luxton Coleman 221 7 83 Mullins Ballard i town lot 610 Mullins Jas C i town lot 7 91 Pettit Sarah 100 3 00 Silvers John 10 4 04 Stuckey J R i town lot 10 90 DIST No8 Arnold Geo i 3 55 Boon Mat the 37 3 00 Renner W A 75 4 28 Hammock Geo n r too 3 48 Southard Dan 30 4 04 Whitaker Elizabeth 50 3 28 DIST NO9 Brown J C 30 2 98 Bullock Elijah 100 4 55 Cash Jemima E 13 2 98 Edwards J B bros 112 5 45 Gentry Mrs Sallie 100 5 92 Hamm G M 150 7 08 Head Thos 50 3 72 ONeal W H 32 5 02 Renner Mrs Lavira 150 5 92 A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co i ii CALIFORNIADo where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence- Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern IIthroughrailway between Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist X33 spondingly tickets are oiHlaily and personally on a in a Pullman tourist sleeping car Chicago costs only 8700 Roundtrip tickets are always on sale at rates via Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY THE SOUTHW EST CALIFORNIA Best reached via Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale first and third of Landslarenow winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky oJmthJIETrARstop the ovs baa kealal a J tickets are on sale daily March i to May 15 at the rate of 3300 from Chicago with corre low rates from all points give you an unusual chance to make the trip These good conducted excursions which double berth from from all points reduced the TO WEST ETC Missouri Cairo Territories and consult W n xNISICER- NPT M 4 NW Ry ChlcacoU Piense mail to my address California booklet map and ran partIculan concerning rates and train ervkc ECONOMY IN TRAVEL TOUR IST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Are firstclass in everything but name They afford a most com fortable and economical way o crossing the continent Berth rate only 7 from Chicago to California Railroad ticket 33 March r to May 15 1905 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacra mento or most any other point in California Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line F A Miller Gen Pasngr Agt Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway N Y City PLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucous draws the infla mation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for croup and whooping cough One Minute Cougb 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 The Texas Train OF THE COTTON BELT ROUTE IS THE FAST ONE 0everyfShreveport next forenoon- In the afternoon or early even ing it reaches Greenville Dallas Fort Worth Tyler Corsicana Waco Houston Beaumont Lake i one night on the road to South Texas and the Gulf Coast countryHandsome equipmentcomfort- able new chair cars Pullman sleepers and cafe cars where you can get a good meal Write us about your trip and we will tell you how to make it easy and pleasant Cheap rates twice a monthE LA BEAUME GPTAC- otton Belt Route St Louis Mo lOtmllODYARDfAlt Nw i1du rn ts hawnlu rld Mt Vernon SignalSupplement MT VERNON KY MARCH 24 1905 Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT William Stalsworth etc Pltfs vs Judgment Oscar Stalsworth etc Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February term 1905 I will proceed to of fer for sale at public auction to the high est bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky on Monday the 2th day of March 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours of and 3 oclock on a credit of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the fob lowing discribed property towit- A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Roundstone creek and bounded as follows On the north by the lands of W H McHargue on the west by the lands of Pine Hill Coal Co on the south and east 11 the lands of Dan Griffin Also anotIler tract locat ed in said county and that on the same creek and bounled on the north by the lauds of Dan Griffin on the south by the lands of Logan Renner on the west by the lands of Sallie Lovell and on the east by the lands of Hate Mink and known as the Sand Hill tract the number of acres unknown The purchaser will be required to give bond with 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 M PENNINGTON Master Com Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT The J P Frank Wholesale Grocery and Hardware Co Pltfs vs Judgment F H Hardy etc Defts By virtue ofa 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 Vernon Ky on Mon day the 27th day of March 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours 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 property towit Two tracts of land located in Rock castle county Ky on the line of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co about two miles south of Mt Vernon being the property known as the Scott Lime Kiln property and Craig Bryant farm and thus bounded Tract No I or Lime Kiln tract on the south side of and adjoining the tract of the Knox yule branch of the Louisville Nash yule R R Co or on the west side or end of tunnel No 2 between said tun nel and south end of the first cut at the south end of Big Fill beginning at a small locust tree near the whistle board and running up the hill east wardly 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 be tie same more oe less Tract No 2 being the Craig Bryant tract beginning on a walnut the cor ner pf the foregoing three acres thence southwest course four hundred and sixtysix 4661 feet to a stone thence east course 59ti live hundred ard ninetysix feet to a line between Bry ant and Miller takes mostly a west course in line between Bryant and ler to a sugar tree corner to Bryant and Miller land thence with the fence as it now stands northwest corner to a stone in rightofway of the Louis ville Nashville R R Co 38 thir tyeight feet from the center of same thence with the line of said rightof way an eastwardly course to a stone in the said rightofofway and corner to the three acre lot heretofore de scribed thence a southeast course about 200 two hundred feet to a cust and corner to said three acres thence with the line of said thee acres to the beginning containing 75 sev entyfive acres be the same more or less The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved surety hav judgmentforprepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON Master Com Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT W I Dooley Pltf vs Judgment Henry Calvin Martha C Calvin by her committee F L Thompson Defts 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 to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky on Monday 27th day of March 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours of i o and 3 oclock on a credit of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the lowing disc bed property towit- 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 poplar it being the earner to a survey in the name of James Hardin and Stansbury on a hillside close by an old field thence north So west crossing a large branch at 45 poles in all 90 poles to a whiteoak and sugar tree standing on the north side of a 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 loooacre survey to a stake at the mouth of a lane in the county road 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 east 12 poles to a stake in the creek thence south 54 east 6 poles to a stake thence north 412 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 beginning containing 50 acres more or less The purchaser will be required to give bondwith approved surety having the force and effect of a judgment for pur chase trice Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON Master Com Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT The Bank of Mt Vernon Pltf vs Judgment Geo Poynter and Esther Poynter Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February tenn 1905 I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon KY on Mon day the 27th day of March 1905being the first day of county court between the hours of and 3 oclock p m on a credit of six mouths bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid the following discribed property towit A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Round stone creek and bounded as follows Beginning at two whiteoaks and pine southwest corner of said tract of land also a corner to an old survey made in the name of Degraffinreed thence running with 86 east 100 poles to a whiteoak and two hickories thence north 160 poles to a pine and chestnutoak R near the head ofa small hollow thence north 86 west 100 poles to two whiteoaks and dogwood to a corner in the above named tract thence with a line of the same southeast 160 poles to the stakes Hof the beginning supposed to contain loo acres more or lessThe purchaser will be required to give bond with approved surety having the force and effect of a chase price Bidders will be prepareto comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON Master Com If it is a bilious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tal lets and a quick cure is certain For sale at Chas C Davis drug store Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT James Gover Florida Cover James C Gover Bowen Gover By next friend James Gover Sr Pltfs JudgmentExparte Deft 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 to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon KY on Mon day the 27th day of March 1905 being the first day of conty court between the hours of1o and 3 oclock on a credit of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the lowing discribed property towit- A tract of land located in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Negro Beganingto Joseph Reynolds loiacre tract also to Solomon Roberts also to John Haggard thence by William Haggards patent south 60 12 west Si poles to an ash hick ory and gun on the bank 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 gjacres more or less and known as the William Haggard 50acre patent givebondforce and effect ofa judgment for pur chase prici Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terns M PKNNINGTON Master Com Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Mary E Proctor and Sallie Riddle Pltffs vs Judgment James Riddle Green Riddle Charley Riddle Minnie Riddle Jesse Agee and John Agee Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle circuit court at its February tern 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 Vernon Ky on Monday the 27th day of March 1905 being the first day of county court between the hours of and 3 oclock p m on a cred it of six months bearing 6 per cent inter est from date of sale until paid the fol lowing described property towit Said land is located in Rockcastle county Kyon Cove branch on the waters of Roundstone creek and bounded as fol laws On the north the lands of Anse Dooley M C Proctor George Proctor Craig Bryant and Anderson Proctor on the east by the lands of Craig Bryant and Anderson Proctor on the south by the lands of Joshua Boreing and William Evans and on the west by the lands of James Ridele and W B Whitehead and containingabout 200 acres I will sell all of said timber on said tract of land except the chestnut exclud ing any timber 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 timber but including in the land sale the chestnut on said land I will then sell both land and timber and will accept the bid that brings the greater amount of money Should the land and timber when sold separately bring more money than the land and timber when sold together I will accept that bid or bidsbut should the land and timber bring more than the land and timber sold separately I shall accept that bid The puchaser will be required to give bond with approved surety having the force and effect of a judgment for pur chase price Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON Master Com IN Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure EW Groves signature is on each box 25CtS THREE DAYS TO CALIFORNIA This is the fast time between Chicago and San Francisco made by The Overland Limited Leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 p m arrives San Francisco the third day in time for dinner RouteChicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line Another good train for California leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 1025 P m daily and takes a lew hours longer to make the run F A Miller Gen Pasngr Agt Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway N Y City TEXAS FRUIT LANDS PRODUCE EARLY CROPS WHICH BRING FANCY PRICES 0In Texas they begin shipping berries in April tomatoes in May peaches in June bringing faiicy 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 Cotton Belt Route are very cheap as yetl0 to 15 an aere unim proved When put to orchard or truck they can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre and more Besides its an ideal climateno lung cold winters Vrite for book let on fruit and truck growing E W LA BEAUME G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA If you are EVER going to Califor nia thisspring is the time to go The rates are unusually low Only 33 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Sacramento or Santa Barbara every day March i to May 15 Double berth in tourist sleeping car Chicago to California 7 Through tourist cars for Cali fornia leave Union Passenger Sta tion Chicago 1025 p m daily RouteChicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line F A Miller Gen Pasngr Agt 1245 Railway Ex change Chicago Ill MORE STAR BRAND SHOES COME INJIORE DRY GOODS COME IN FRESH GOODS ALL THE TIME I keep agood fire Every sale I put more coal in the stovestop and warm Any kind of goods you want and prices to please you Come andsee me and put some thing in your poke Sewing Machines 15 and up All kinds of machine supplies Write to mewillsend you any thins by mail W M OWENS Sparks Quarry folIYSKIDNEYamMakes l J r