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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h Established 4ietunii Punished Every 1887tM jJ gu41L Friday Co I VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 31 1905 NUMBER 2V III 1E3usyas E3eesDry Goods =A BIG BUSINESS IN DRY GOODSAND WHAT MAKES IT I wE bring you face to face with the newest designs finest patterns and all that is new andnoveLin Spring Dress Goods All that is new in Lawns Dimi ties Organdies Batistes Mohairs Cashmeres White goods and fin est patterns and trimmings for making the beautiful new style shirt waist suits We are show ing finer styles and lower prices than ever bethrejHere you can see the prettiest designs in Calicoes and Scotch Lawns as tow as 5c a yard Do as we have done buy them early andmaketsem up at your leisure We are showing Laces and Ham burgs and Insertions in endless variety I SHIRTSSUSPENDERS and SOX DY the V HornJI Spoon are 50 many ptyep needed Y wo1mentalk about them being hard to suit in a SHOES w s THOUSAND fixinsIWHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOES HERE IF NOT HY NOT up1todateENSATIONAL PRICES in all kinds SHOESJens f rind Childrens black and tans Are we selling Shoes at cost NG sir But we sell F 25 per cent cheaper than anyone who advertises to sellat eostat cost means what they costyonnot the merchant I See Our en s Hig Tn Brogans at Our Big Stock g8c OF FURNITURElIATrINGS AND EVERYTHING ErSE w and our Bargain make it Down Hill to Our Store from all directions and trade rolls in MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY the phrasehewI New EVERYTHING t II LEVEL GREEN And the sons of Gad came to present themselves before the Lord aboveIJot written perhaps by Vthe man of Uz 4500 ears ago Satau had power to travel up and down through the earth in that day and time deceiving the people and such has been the case ever since He will and does go wherever as many as two or three are gathered together He enteis our churches makes all sorts of divisions an suite among the so called peopl- of God in order to lead them off with his gang I wonder if those call Christians ever heard the devil laugh when he jets up strife among them He does laugh and if youll listen can hear him too I want thos who profess to be informed in th matter preachers for instanceto standup and speak right out in meetin and tell who or what the devil is anyway Is he she it or they material or immaterial Is he a creature or a being if a crea ture who made him These things do puzzle me exceedingly and I have a right to know if anyone else does standihe got in some big work too dur ing the time but if our people will lay aside every weight and the be setting sin and fight Satan on a gos pet line he can soon be put to flightI Say preachers does every man have the same besetting sin or does Dick have one thing Tom another and Harry something else Toe Renner from Egypt came to Possum Hollor Sunday Joe wants a wife I think though I dont know John M Hurst who has been an invalid for five years was at church Sunday looks well but cant travel on foot at a very rapid gate Say friend repubs have you ever heard of the Peabody contest for the Governorship in Colorado How Adams were trying to steal old Peas office whenJ he handed it over to a third party to make it safe Come now on est injiu say boys is it any worse for the detns to steal in Kentucky than it is for the repubs to steal in Colorado Honesty says no but Itasto outen the way in pollytr religion and personal matters where self interest or prejudice steps in and asks to be recognized Prejudice is a strong besetting sin if net the besetting sin of the human family and one of the strongest weapons of Satan and he uses it well One week of wet tooIput our farmers far behind few warm windy days put them all to work Plant plenty of Irish titers again Why areI they called Irish taters when they are strictly American as are tobacco tomatoes c sIandare scace high Corn 65c per bushel Jack Towtry remains about as usual though so much damp weather is a pull back to all invalids The Somerset Journal is one of the best semiweeklies in Kentucky and evern room to say is DrownIinthe Republican press will elIanY old thing to draw the minds of the people from Taylor Co Why notlet the judges and juries try these men and decide from the evidenceguilty or not guilty BUCK VARNON PLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cur Curte mucous malign out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for an 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 loep seated on the lungs Sold by Mt Vernou Drug Co Petition for a rehearing for Warner convicted of the murd of Pulaski Leeds was denied b the Court of Appeals and Gov Beckham will now fix a date for execution An effort to secure the commutation of the sentence wi be made A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out of a burn Qr heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the gent ine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala write s I have used WittsWitch Hai Salve in my family for piles cuts and burns It is the best salve the market Every famiWshou keep it on hand Sold by M Vernon Drug Col ixf NEWS 1TE3LS Mrs Florence llavbrck the American woman who served years in an English prison on charge of killing her husband theI her deposition in Washington to usedat the trial of the suit of her mother the Baroness Von Roques to recover certain lands in Ken tucky Virginia and West Virginia which she sold some years ago to David W Armstrong formerly of Kentucky Monsieur Rouvier is said to establishmentefinncial institution The action of ingsjSiirance 4000jocoof a theewas theoThe Court of Appeals adjourned disposingJudgment of the Harrison circuit court sentencing Curtis Jett to be hanged for the murder of James Cockrill at Jackson was reversed and the case remanded for a new trial The petition for a rehearing was overruled in the case of Caleb Powers which goes back to the Scott Circuit Court for a fourth trial Mrs Chadwick was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary as a result of her recent conviction in the Federal court at Cleveland By good behavior the time may be re duced to six years and four mouths She appeared to be resigned to her fate when she appeared in court for sentence An appeal will be taken Iiallbe filedaway and not revived unless on appeal the present conviction should be set aside A dispatch from St Petersburg says Russia has outlined a plan on which she is willing to enter upon peace negotiations with Japan A telegram received in London from- a Northern European capital says Russia has asked Delcassi to act a intennedlryandupennnegotiations with Japan Delcasse it is stated Iiwantstion confirmatory of thee several reports has reached Washington diplomats say they would not he surprised at such action on the part of Russia C E Hands the St Petersburg correspondent of the Daily Mail says that he has inspected the Rus sian gold reserve which the Times refused to do after it had been vited to make an examination by the Russian Minister of Finance Mr Hands says he found it a su premely uninteresting tedious and depressing jpectace of bags of coin and gold ingots He did not make any attempt to test the amount beyond selecting a bag and riving tla it was full often ruble pieces but he addslilt is perfectly clear that an immense amount of gold is stored in the vaults He is satisfied to believe that there is 25000000 there The stockholders of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Com pany at a special meeting held Vednesday authorized the issue of 50000000 additional bonds Out of a total of 600 ooo shares 400000 shares were voted and no votes were cast against the proposition None of the Eastern stockholders or Directors was present To se cure the bond issued a mortgage was executed for 50000000 on the line of railroad extending from Cincinnati by way of Knoxville to Atlanta Ga and now known as the Atlanta Knoxville and Cincinnati division of thee L N which is nearing comple tion It was the intention of the Board of Directors to request the stockholders to pass upon a resolu tion assenting to the purchase of 1tbe South and North Alabama Rail road Company However since the last Directors meeting litiga tion has been instituted by one of the stockholders of the South North Alabama Railroad to prevent the consolidation of this line with the Louisville Nashville and restraining order has been issue fadet ya was adopted postponing action on this matter until the regular meeting to be held in Lou isville in October The Sout 11and North Alabama road is now and has been for many years operated by the Louisville aqd Nashville I CHAMBERLAINS Cquc CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY The great success of this preparation in the relief nd cure o bowel complaints haS brought itI elto almost universal use It neve fails and when reduced with r J1and sweetened is pleasant to take childtetDavis drugstore hL y1 1 7 Jr v w nvLT 9 d II pring 00 s g f CALL and examine our New Spring choicffestburgs and to suito allfff Soiesettes in all colors 25c ydWhite goods ydDressIsaft SnOES audy ac to x 150 pr Childrens Slippers Tans and proI 3LTlIXHSentine at floor Rugs10c Hats LOO to 0r1 IjLt fQBROUHEAD 1i1TLIilrotv Y v x + r BANK OF BRODHEAD KENTUC KY It is with pleasure we desire to call your attention to the Citizens Bank of Brodhead Ky and state some of the advantages that are gained by one of our depositors The Bank began business on January 7th 1905 and its up to the time has been remarkable and very satisfactory to stockholders We enjoy the distinction of being the only bank in this part of the State that began 3 per cent on deposits believing that when a person left as much as SlOOOO or more on deposit for six months without checking that they should derive some of the benefits We are equipped with the best burglar proof scaoAVdonr safe that could be made and people have come miles to see it and pronounced it the most wonderful piece mechanism they had ever seen The safe is made of the best steel with in diameter and set within the door is the time movements by which the dooris locked The safe is set within a brick wall that is 23 inches thick We also a vault door that with twenty bolts and weighs 3000 We cordially ask you to visit the bank anti examine it for yourself and see if it is not safe depository Remember we pay 3 per cent on as much as 810000 or more when loft six months We offer to the people a safe and conservative banking We ask you to give us business we guarantee a pleasant profitable relation Trusting to have the pleasure of meeting you personally I am Yours very trnlyj- J W 1LUTCJIESOX Cashier Bit0DHEADM DallaslCare day which means a deal of business in every respectChasI Hurt is acting agent at Rowland duringthe absence of Mr Fish Work was begun in earnest on the new drusstore last MondayMrs J M Clark is running the lunch house Mr Keisjing having moved to Knoxville TennMr E M Hedges of this city and Miss Maymie Davenport of Shelby ville were quietly married in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel Thursday only a few friends being present Best wishes for you and yours Mr Hedges Bert Marshall min strels given at Albright Hall Wednesday and Thursday nights were well attended and highly en joyedBorn to the wifa of J R boytvisiting his brotherinlaw J W HutchesondCincinnati on business Mr and Mrs AE Albright were in Cin cinnati first of the week buying MthVernon this weekMrs Joshua Dunn is visiting in Lancaster this weekDr Percey Benton was called to the bedside of his father at Mt Sterling Tuesday nigntAn drew Sutton was severely injured Tuesday at Andersons planing yinfface breaking his nose and bruis ring his faceThe pie supper given for the benefit of a school library was a success in every respect some t1pies bringing as highas5oa Woodyard Owens Is pumpingnights 1 STRAW In Carpet Styles 21c yd of Large HATS ViMeneLatest Styles in Mens Black iand Brown fur S 200 each N CITIZENS being growth present the paying of a sires doorone loot have closes pounds most a system your and and The Mrs Nannie C Albright t Vernon was visiting Mrs J R this week- STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of consumption pneumonia etc you are lost if you get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Taladega Springs Ala writes 1 had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at all druggists Price 5oc and t Trial bottles tree A Chicago syndicate purchased companyfifteen acres of land in Cumberland coun ty Ky The purchase price was 40000 A MATTER OFHEALTH p1t4 eAKItI G POWDER Absolutely Pure IlASIIOSU u i QUAIL Dr E J Brown of Stanford made a professional visit in our sec tion SundayW G Proctor mains in very poor healthF L Thompson the general salesman repreFenting Louisville Grocery Co made his regular biweekly visit to the merchants in our sec tion TuesdayWm Miller and fa milwho recently migrated to Bridgeport Ind have written to several of their friends expressing pleasure with their new home and are getting along nicelyOat sow ing is pregressing nicely and a good acreage will be sown Our wheat crop is very promising with bright prospects of an increas ed yield The peach crop will be a complete failure as not a blossom has made its appear ance in our section Other fruit crops seem to be alright so far Mr A L Payne is closing out his stock of merchandise andexpects to leave our section within the next week or two He is undecided as to what business be will engage in after closing his store Messrs Simeon Denny and Wade H Proc tor are rejoicing over the arrival of new girls in their homes 4 IN Take LAXATIHE BROMO Oui- UINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W tGroves signature is on each box 2SctStIof blood potSoU1ngSs 9 years of ageR 1 ChainIfberlarncertain drtiFors I a t f r MT VERNON SIGN Ll FRIDAY MAR 31 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application FOR MAGISTRATE We are autboized to announce GRANVILLE LEECE as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fifth district composed of Browns and Brodhead voting precincts subject to the action of the Democrats of that district The rule or ruin methods ad- optedI in Breathitt county by the Hargises etc the leaders of the predominating political party of the county has Bbrou ht them to the point where every man who uses stieh methods may in time expect to land Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes says Kentucky is not a Democratic State He ev idently thought so about four years ago10OLITICSAND POLITICIANS Gov Frazier of Tennessee ve toed the bill increasing the salary of the Governor from 4000 to 5000 a lcarIi John S Vise of Virginia ex presses great hope in the success of getting a new State out of portions of Kentucky Virginia and Tennes seeThe Tennessee Legislature con ceived that there might be some doubt oft lie right of Speaker Cox of the Senate to exercise the pow ers of the Governors office The Supreme Court declined to express an opinion but the Attorney Gen eral advised that there was no valid objection to his doing so and Sen ator Ernest Rice was elected to the vacant speakership The Washington correspondent of the Louisville Times has the fallowing concerning our congress man Representative George G Gilbert of the Eighth district is a hard student and will devote much of his vacation to a comprehensive analysis of the proposed railway rate legislation Mr Gilbert is another member who has not de cided whether he will be a candidate for reelection Whether he decides to run again or not he may spend some of his spareQtime on a lecturing tour OLD HICKORY CHIPS o By our Associate Editor r The question as to whether Con gressmen are paid euoug depends entirely on whether they are paid for their time or their work Dowie asserts that his aSsets amount to 21000000 without counting his nerve which would be available anywhere for boiler Iplate It is said that 71000 fourthclass postmasters will be discharged thi summer but there are more than 171000 Republicans waiting to fill their places An Iowa woman has sued for a divorce because her husband made fun of her pancakes aud many things less iin portant than pan cakes have produced panic and pandimonium in many families Mrs Chadwick says she has for gotten what she borrowed but sh intends to wright her autobiography giving every detail of her trans actions The people may be for given if they do not take the work seriouslyThe York girl sued a beau ty doctor for two thousand dollars because in trying to straghten he nose heruined it lost her case The court takes the ground that she gtither moneys worth for now she knows better than to trust beauty doctors Array officers in the Philippines are subject to a disease called Philippinilis which is caused by two frequent visits to Shark money lenders The people of this country need have no fear that the gov ernment junketing party that goe there this summer will be expose r to infection The Philippine Gov eminent is paying all the expenses A young man dark andiokin like a foreigner picked up an act 1ressin New York the other day and tried to run off with her Her screams attracted the police and the dark young man let her drop The story fcouuds improbable but the advance agent says it is true Cant we have a law limiting this acting business to the theater and the stage President Roosevent is going to have a rest If some one must walk the floor the other fellow can doit Pittsburg Gazette UncleIaarli SamIAsouoagenttoSItOWandSEUour goods and an rhim wIth us better than a Govern This is a special offering tiof mens f fly Spring Suits at i Iwearf4 patterns for business wear are C AU made in thoroughly tiptodate What ask you to do to rheIand m1 for samples and hlnnkssaYlng you saw TIllS v CnOursisthelargtstandoldesthors in ourIline in the South We OWN our building d and have done business on the SAME SPOT YEAR- SaeseltcLOTlnxGIIATSandFURSIS1r i tINGS for men and boys every We EXPRESS on worth t send all TO PPROVAIIStyle booksfernilitnesfree on request us hear from you IW LEVYSThird I LOUISVILLE NEWS ITEMS Secretary of the Navy Morton will be one of the presidential par ty that will visit Louisville next weekTwentysix thousand aliens rived last week in the United States At least 23000 are expected to ar rive this week At a dinner given in New York the trustees of the American 1wasof r 000000 was assured for the institution pennsYlvallnia fields declares that oil can he found anywhere between Neodosha Kan sas and the Gulf of Mexico Judge James Hargis Elbert Har gis and Sheriff Ed Callahan were held without bail to answer the charge of conspiracy to murder Jas Cockrill and Senator Alex Hargis was released on bond of 15000 After having spent four days without food or drink in a steel lined boxcar Charles Wilson was rescued in Louisville He attempt ed to steal a passage from Birming ham to Chicago and was locked upThe Rev Dr Washington Glad den pastor ot the First Congrega tional church of Columbus 0 in a sermon scored John D Rocke feller and advised against the ac ceptance by the American Board of Missions of his gift of ioooco Dispatches from St Petersburg and other centers of diplomacy take a hopeful view of the prospects for peace in the Far East Peace is regarded in very high quarters of wilhIinrepresentatives of Japan and Rus siaThe establishment in Kentucky of independent oil refineries is talk ed of by promoters who claim that they have a process by which they thse Standard Oil Company and that they have sufficient capital to make the undertaking a success There has been an increase in activity the past week in the Kentucky fields and the outlook is encouraging President Roosevelt in obedi ence to an act of Congress approved March 3 has issued a proclamation inviting the nations of the earth to join in a naval marine and military celebration in Hampton Jamesetown Va the first permanent set tlement of Englishspeaking people in America The celebration will beheld between May 13 and November IIgOj The baggage car and day coach of westbound passenger train No 6 on the Southern railway were nearr o f the engine left the tracks just after crossing the trestle The 150 passengers on the train assisted the crew in pulling the rear coaches from the burning structure The fireman was injured by jumping The origin of the fire is unknown The Prudential Committee ot the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions it was an nounced Wednesday had accepted a report of its subcommittee re commending the acceptance of the Ddthat the Donation was made and ac cepted February i4th last The acgceptance with the established usage of the board and the church and that such acceptance does not place th recipient under any obligations that the real recipients are in fac nonchristians in foreign lands and the board is only atrustee for them lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeutbrew or rich blick Use ea l0 andI Gessner Russell also known as Gessier Rosseau was convicted before Recorder Goff of having sent with malice intent the infernal machine to the Mallory steamer in New York City on May 5 1903 The prisoner received the verdict calmly and without comment and was remanded to the Tombs for sentence on Friday The maxi mum penalty lor the effense is five years imprisonment ADJOINING COUNTIES Marion Ky was almost totally destroyed by fire Wednesday morn Jug Loss over 300000 Jas Parker of Wbitley count is dead from a kick by a mule while unhitching it from a plow Sheriff Walter Holland of CalloI way county was convicted of man slaughter and sentenced to 5 years in the penitentiary for killing Har dy Keys at Murray Feb 6 1903 Harrison Payne an aged citizen ot the East End was bitten by his dog which went mad The cauine bit almost every dog in that section and a war on tuem followed The mad dog escaped but a dozen of those he had bitten were shotIu terior Journal The report of State Inspector Hines on the books of Sheriff Pot ter of McCracken county showy the latter official to be due the State the county of McCracken aCd individual taxpayers of Mc Crasken the sum of 3497 62 for the years 1903 and 1904 This dis crepancy which the Sheriff says he will pay at once is due to collec lions of taxes on property which he listed and did not report upon A large part of the property listed by him is exempt from taxation The Court of Appeals Saturday reversed the case of Curtis Jett of Breathitt county vs Common wealth This is the case in which he was given the death sentence for the murder of James Cockrill t is now in the penitentiary servin a life sentence for the murder of J B Marcum Thecourt reversed onthe grounds first that the testi mony of J L McCoy as to what John Patrick said about Jett at the time of the shooting of Cockrill wa incompetent and prejudicial to the rights of Jett second that the low er court erred in not granting Jett a continuance under the peculiar circumstances existing in Harrison county when the case was called for triaLWinchester Democrat RELIGIOUS The American evangelists who have been holding the great revival in London declare that the success of the mission has exceeded their most sanguine expectations Over a thousand converts they say have publicly professed religion and thousands more have privately acknowledged the spirit There was a time when we thougt it was a great thing to be able to telephone to a friend for fifteen cents and yet we are not satisfied BEST FOR THE- BOWELS theboelsnod be Force to the shap phyate or pill polson is danJerous keeplrtho lei OANDYI CANDYeDoGoodhookletor KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN r Sugarcoated easy to take mild inaction They cure biliousILnvesssickheadache BU KINGHAMS DYE Rarrc or psiceieia ca a rualtacD alsaUs5 r Jesus the Good Shepherd Sunday School Lesson for April spatially This WESSON TEXTJohn 10718 Memory verses Read also John 10142 and Psalm Isa 4010 GOLDEN TEXTI am the Good Shep herd the Good Shepherd glveih his Ue for the shepJohn TIMKOctober A D at the Feast of Tabernacles the same as the last three 1I ons of last quarter PLAOE JcruiWiem and vicinity SCRIPTURE REFERENCES The Shepherd Gen Psa 801 Eztk 341116 Compare this list with the descriptive characteristics found In John Especially place Ezek side by side with John 10121 Other References In the New Testament Luke 1547 Matt 181214 lleb 1320 John 847 1837 I Pet 223 Under Shepherds Good transited also pastors Eph 411 Jer 315 Bad Ezek 34110 Jer 1210 Jesus the Door John 146 Eph 218 Comment and Suggestive Thought Prof E H Plumptre in his Lazarus and Other Poems suggests that there is strong reason to believe that Laza rus was one of the Jewish rulers that he was the rich young ruler MarI 101722 whom Jesus loved and to whom he bade to sell all he had and follow Him but who at the time refuses to do it With this family was one of the homes of the homeless Jesus They loved Jesus and Jesus loved them and He visited them oftener than any other family Not more than five or six wes before this at the Feast of Dedication Jesus was their guest and Mary sat at His feet to learn while Martha was busy with her household duties for His entertainment Luke 103S42 After Jesus left Lazarus was taken sick it may be by one of the sudden sharp and frequently fatal fevers of Palestine such as that from which Jesus deliverer Peters wifes mother and it is implied that the assault had assumed an alarm ing form V 32 Fell down at His feet and spoke the same words as those with which her sister had greeted Jesus The thought must lave been continually in their minds and often repeated to one mother Lord if thou hadst been here my brother had not died V 33 He groaned in the spirit Groaned not in outward expression hut in his inmost soul The Greek word for groaned expresses a strong feeling indignation mingled with grief He beheld death in all its fearfulness as tb wages of sin and all the worlds woes of which this was hut a little sample raze up before his eye all the mourner and alt the graves were present to him And was troubled Greek in troubled himself precisely as a man distressing himself or troubling him self or making himself anxious Exp Greek Test V 35 Jesus wept Shed tears wept silently all entirely different word from the weep and weeping of the mourners in vs 33 It is well that this short sentence should be In a verse b itself the shortest verse In the Bible but one oVthe most blessed 36 Behold how He loved him pasnv rs lot the higher word usstl of Jesus in v by the Evangelist laying emphasis on friendship V 37 Could not this man whith opened the eyes of the blind This the last most widely known and nos marvelous miracle which had beer wrought in Jerusalem only two or throe months before The inference natural and just V 38 Cometh to the grave R V tomb It was a cave The numer ous sepulchers which skirt the valleys on the north east and south of Tern salem exhibit for the most part one general mode of construction marsgly that decay had begun V 40 Said I not unto thee He had coubtlesp repeated to Martha what He had said to His disciples v If thou didst believe Trust in the s ness and power and promises of Jesus See the glory of God They wool see a work of God which would manifest His power and love to men which would exalt his Son as the Messiah and hrin divine blessings to the family to Ili cisclples and to the world V41 JftsiislIftedupHiseyes Anat ural simple but expressive act of warship Yo 42 Because of the people which stand by I said it So that they know that His power was from God an recognize His relation to God 43 He cried with a loud voice Laza rus come forth As one would spec loud to awaken a sleeper It was loud order that all the people who had tom to the tomb might realize whence the power came V And he that was dead cam forth bound hand and foot with grave clothes It was the Jewish custom to wrap the dead comparatively loosely in a winding sheet or shroud which would have impeded though not prevented arisingacd walking Abbott V 45uany believed on him Lazarus henceforth was a per petual sermon on the loving power of Christ Arrow Points The atheist cannot find God for th same reason that the thief cannot tin the policeman When a mans heart is in Heaven it does not suffer from palpitation ever time it sees the collection coming Ihe extent of your friendship depends not on the people who love you buts ithe number of people you can love t hitIyou show then the kindness of earth Rams Horn LORAN IMPAIRAD APPETITE Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that i needed is a few doses of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf These tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale at Chas C Davindru store r 55TL a SPRING GOODS I We are showing the nicest most stylish and uptodate line of Spring and Summer goods ever brought to the town Prices and quality considered we have no competitors Our aim has always been to furnish the people with the Latest out at the most reasonable prices and for this year we are better prepared than ever before to reach that standard COME examine our stock of Ladies and Gents Furnishings get our prices and see if we are not correct- J G ROCKERS CO Livingston Ky I OVER NINETEEN HOURS riByvice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to J City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis fj 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T GIMatthews T P A Iron Moan tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv I 38 Dollars PTO CaliforniaAND NORTH WEST== == tiFK03I LOUISVILLEI VIA THE Heuderson Route uuuuniIJ i CORRESPONDING Low rate to atlpoints e e6 Tickets on sale daily up to aud including May 15 1905 i a Ii Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and SouthIwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you ticketreadsoverthe travel in comfort see wouldI SON KOUTE between Louis 1ville and St Louis zFree reclining chair cars on all Directsin St Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt KYdThere was a girl in our town Her name was Alice Wise societye both the Is And when she found what she had don- eBWith all her might and main She married Iky Ickjestein And scratched them in again Jacques Futrelle in Smart Set STARTLING MORTALITY Statistics show startling mortality peritonitislodiseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills e11 Flannery of 14 Custom House- tlTheyIbilliousness Only 250 at all druggists growlIold Nurox over morning paper Why popper replied his daughter who had had her comingout reception the night upIthat reminds me too much of thej time I was tarred and feathered outs in Montanny f m 9 i1 fJ 6 Robert C- oxWATCH HfiHHl TR5 Space Next Week FOR Bargains in Spring Goods Robt Cox Mt Vernon Ky anna TJ 1 FKiJt1 Jo- p1tESSEl nIBHaI MadcEfBcxGWVdt and Paten LeaffH trAft recommend It e ei w lit o m 0= VV gJWIil vvIt- tlill2I49EIIllitlti111Illlgii We Sell Toe Tellileilt Shoes- The Best Ever 3- A fit For cry Foot A Price For Every Purse JONAS McKEXZIE Phono No = nlt Vernon Ic 7iUlU ilUiUi1lUttUtlllllUtillll Dlil3dllUtlilllillilliililtlllllil f GRANViLLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I Ky i COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robe All Mail Telegraph or Te phone orders Promptly Filled E1irTp = v V THEBANKOFMTVERNOf I M t Vernon Ky1 l ME wish to say to our patrons and friends that we- liv predate all business heretofore entrusted to us a solicit a continuance of same In so doing we exto1 to our patrons all privileges consistent with conservsit banking No amount too small to receive our prompt aj careful attention deposits10000orupon for a period of six months 7 very truly IYours W4L RICHARDS Cashier I I l To Cure a Cold in One Dad Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Iets ThisgSignature Celebrated Produced Brodhead f E 1T vERNON SIGNAL 111 VEnN 0 JZYy MAR 311905 I 79 Cnn up No 79 whenyou want to Cornmunl cat i with SIGNAL Z C III IITIME TABLE Z4 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a m 23 south 129 p tr 25 South 110 lAS LANDRUM Agent Phon No 58IEntered at the as seeond PERSONAL Mrs S C Franklin is rapidly recovering Atty Logan R Hughes was up from Stanford Sunday Mr T Chewning the stave man was here Tuesday Col John W Miller was here from Lancaster this week Mesdames W L Richards anM E S Albright are in Cincinnati to dayMrs Robert Cox visited her brother at Maretburjj first of the week Mr and Mrs AB Sparks were guests of relatives here first of the week- 1V A B Davis is having hi home beautified with a new coat of Nannie C Albright spent Saturday until Mondify with rela lives at Brodhead 1 A Bowman is hardly able to walk from the effects of a horse ansteppingRobert and E B Cox were Louisville from Monday unt Vednesday night buying goods Miss Mattie Pennington was at home from Williamsburg colle this week spending vacation Attorney B J Bethurum spe a portion of last week at Monticel- acting Commonwealths Attorney in Sharps llace- Druggist M C Williams and family have moved into the Hall homestead on Orchard street Somerset Journal Mrs M Pennington was called to Jackson county Sunday on ac count of the serious illness of he brother Mr PorterIW A Cox Burdette McKenzie and Elmer Lechleiter are in Shepherds lle today as witnesses in the Charley Martin trial Miss Brayt niece of Wm Hicks of Bluefield W Va is ore of the new additiors to the school She is boarding with Mrs AdamI Miss Minnie Riddle has returned from a visit to relatives at Nicholas Livinelie Riddle accompanied her home Col I N Buster was over fio Boyle county Monday and boug the Hardy lime kiln property sold by the Master Commissioner Price paid 30JoO- Tyree Gentry extra freight conductor has taen several crews though in the last few weeks Tyree is a deserving boy and his many friends are glad to see him climbing Sheridan Bowman a son of I A Bowman who has b een in the Philippines for the past three years i expected to arrive at San Fra cisco soon He will be discharged assoon as he arrives as his time outILOCAL Next weak will be vacation the college Born to the wife of James hold Sunday a boytWANTED2000 pounds wool Highest market Price paid J M NOTICE See our line Silk Shirt Waists ready made SkirtsI and Linen for shirt waist suitsCPurcell Sisters mar 24tf Brodhead Ky OPENING DAYjYou will find in my show room the most practical and stylish trimmed hats to be seen in town also a beautiful line of readyto wear in the latest designs Do nrPoor forget the day Saturday April jst You are cordially invited- MRSCL1i0 BROWN mar 242t Mt Vernon Ky IBorn to the wife of J F Griffin Morning a fine girl baby Mr and Mrs T J Penningto- are rejoicing over their first born a fine girl Most all the land sold Monda bythe sheriff for taxes was bought by Jack Conn Jim Baker was tried at London Friday for selling liquor unlawfully and was aCQu President UcdI tOllisolII omtown Price paidoo The population of Mt Vernon is increasing rapidly About a dozen births in the last six weeks and not a single death- Granville Owens Brodhead undertaker har organized a burial asscciation to be known the Brod head Burial Association The faimers nave moat a sttredly been taking advantage of the few pretty days past and been making hay while the sun shines The L N will sell tickets to St Louis May 14 15 and 16 limit ay 27 for 1203 round trip ac count of National Baptist Anniver sary The oil machinery of the Stand- and Oil Co used in this count some few months ago has been shipped to Burning Springs Clay county To LOUISVIUH The L N will sellround trip tickets to LouU ville April 23 for 516 limit April 5 account ot President Roosevelts visit to LouisvilleTmY Wall paper mouldings etc Samples showing all designs will be brought to your home at anytime Picture frame mouldings of y kind or colors HENRY BALES KyitWANTEDYour trade I in trite you to call and look at my Glovesgxa styles at lowest prices MRS CLEO BROWX KyUID the way of explanation many being unable to placer O Jones who contributed the article on A Sailors Life published in our lastan issue wish to say that he is next the youngest son of the late Jim Jones againrto do all kinds of blacksmithing on short notice Patronage of my old customers and new ones solicited ROBERT K POWELL mar 24 31 Mt Vernon Ky NOTICE I have just returned from the city with a lull acd complete lineI of Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats Also an elegant line of Notions including the latest thing in Belts Neckwear etc illMiss SALIIE PURCELIa htwithPURCELL SISTERS mar 24tf Brodhead Ky WANTED HICKORY TIMBER Forty inches long Timber to be clear of knots streaks skid other defects Timber a34 inches white S 550 per cord under 2 inches 400 per cord Will take hickory 6 inches at the little end Also small poplars wanted For futo ther particnlars see agent Mt Ver fnonAgtnTURNER DAY WORTH1S2ltf HANDLE CO The Winchester Democrat wisely remarks atItis all very well to keep u appearances and to put the first oArup to t must always be dressed up and look like children of wealthy pa ents when the parents are in very moderate circumstancesis the cause ofa great deal of misery Indulgent parents somtimes find late that their course has result in inculcating a love of display and a contempt of work and common things The boy or the gi who believes the main aim in life the acquirement of money or theI wearing if fine clothes is in rather a dangerous position when the par Ants ate too poor to satisfy the d mands of their fastidebus fancy people should teach their children that there is no disgrace in wearing poor clothes and if tbet andthustle y Dr S C Davis is negotiating with Willis Adams for the lot ad thne Doctor buys the property he vil erect a dwelling on it at once zYo acres of land Other oat and corn land for rent but no house J H ALBRIGHT mar 3 131 Brodhead Ky ClarkIfarm which was sold by the Commissioner Monday for tdr o Th e land was bought by the Rev Jor6oIjDont you want to see the correct styles in hats Then call at Mrs Cleo Browns April let opening day and see the Covday and Polio hats mar 2421 Jack Scott was here Tuesday and left at this office a specimen of the gold found at his spring on creek in eastern part of the county Mr Scott says that A W Stewart can consider himself notified that the goldmine is now ope- nNOTICE We cordially invite every one to attend our opening of Pattern and and readytowear hats Saturday April ist SISTERS RrodheadKyYIl1BESWilliam the baby son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes die yesterday afternoon after a brief illness The friends of the Tamil tender their sincere sympathy to the parents in their sad berea ment The funeral services will this afternoon at 3 oclock issue Richmond The pastor R R Noel will preach a series of six sermons at Brodhead Baptist church beginning Thursday night April 6th and he earnest ly requests every member of ti church to be present He has a message for you All are cordially invited GEO E PAINTER JOHN CHERRY SJJames G Yadon of Londo- recently nominated for icpresenta tive by the Republicans of that district is seriously ill at the dormitory of the Sue Bennett Metal v College at which school I has been engaged as teacher He was operated on for mastoiditis and a portion of his skull removed His recovery is thought to be doubtful W T Schafer our tobacco man is very much encouraged with his showing for a splendid crop of bacco It is to be hoped th some of our farmers cau be interested in the raising of tobacco when the fact liar been clearly demonstrated that Rockcastle is a tobacco producing county and that one acre cf tobacco is worth sever alacres of corn such as is usually raised Dr D McDonald synodical representative of Presbyterian schools churches for Kentucky here yesterday and let the contra to F Krueger Sons for the add tions to the dormitorv and parson age Twehe rooms to he added to dormitory in which building will he 11Thewill be completed by the opening of school in September Judge Hobson of the Court of last weekreinstated an injunction which had been dissolved hy the lower court in the case of Hill against the Democratic County Committee of Lincoln county Hill was declared the nominee for sheriff upon the face of the returns at a opponentPporary mandatory injunction and also the consent of a majority of the ofltheing of Judge Hobson reinstated it The application blanks for the much talked of and muchneeded mail route from Mt Vernon to Pongo down Fast fork of Skaggs creek with two new post offices rlone at Hopewell and the other near Dock Nortons or where use to be Culpepper post office are ready for signers who must be ciTizens liv ing along the proposed new route andethose who will be Dbenefited by and are interested in the establishment of the new route will please call sign the applications If the antlltbis t The case against Charley Martin charged with complicity killing of Marshal Haley at nonDJunction will be muchI Shepherdsville today but as difficulty was had in getting a in Barbourcase which is now be fore the court it is very probable that Martins case will not come for trial at this term LIY11 HST01c edrHazel Patch Tuesday Rev f P Gates returned home from Mays ville Tuesday morning Mrs Ballard Mullins and daughter Ila visitedrelatives in Brodhead last MtjIThursday the guest of her daugh ter Mrs W J ChildressChamp Mullins has returned to Richmp dafter a week visit with home folks Miss Georgia McFerron reo turned from Pine Hill Tuesday and is now on the sick listMr and Mrs J H Browning moved Monday into their residence near the school houseMr and Mrs W W MageepropertyD1issCoraAdamswas Wright have moved into the John week during the illness of Miss Lida jWfrom La Follette Thursday morn sickdand Harry Magee went to Louisville Sunday vMrs George McCarthy and chi Lebanonvis moving in one of the Rice residences on Main andrMt Vernon were the guests of Miss Cora Adams returning home TuesdayMr Spain Kelley of Bishopville S C is the guest of Mr and Mrs J R Pitheburg was in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs Geo Howell Miss Ella Howell Mesdames Susie Mullins and Morgan Mr W H Cotton gitu and others were in Mt Vernon Monday Stuckena young people Monday evening in honor of Mr Ktlle LizIzieLela1eRobyandElmoreIn the invited guests at Mrs F P Gates surprise party last week we omitted the names of Dr and Mrs Childress Mr and Mrs Elijah S Elmore Mr and Mrs J C Hockf er and Mrs John Shearer Poynteat r Nahb Sunday on Piney branlh Mrs Emily Mullins widow of the late exSheriff W G Mullins at her country home near diedI ofconsumption 11theand Mrs W B Sigmon and MrsI Ann Owens of this place attended the burial Friday MrsDanOninn and daughter Lillie were the guests of Mrs Susie Patterson last weekW C McNabb died at the Dlpllite ease He was born in Wnshington- Cottnt Tenn 1832 settled in Rockcastle county near Pine Hill 1868 He was buried Sunday af ternoon in the fatuity burying ground by the side of his wife IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY IIn the matterof H Shiplet a Bk1pt On this the 21St day of Marc A D 1905 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 21st dayI of March A D 1905 it is order ed by the court that a hearing be daylofat 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published in the Mt Vernon Signal a newspaper prInted in said district and that all known creditors and other atIprayerI 1LIJdayMarchJAS C FINNELL Clerk By W W CLARK D C lBoOtshOAn Cost leastWear Best Salesman E C BOOOS xxwocaisaow aga t carmmJi i t 4 Grand Spring Offerings Ii sr IgoodsLawns 3 jj i calico etc is the largest and most complet in town and prices cheap I as any onep J otherkindssigns M E SHOES IIOurjip dies and children in tan find Patanr leathnv ltnfmn 1myil1t olewlieraa J i Ii MATTINGS m FURNITURE FARMERS imnlementKm 1 some money f We thank our friends for patronage in the and cordially invite all V U to and share in theman bargains We are offering in our stock of jfor fair and honest dealings j3 iyurs 25CTS PER 100LBS h i j w E have the Goods you want and are making price to suit c ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCoMT YERNON1IfY o 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 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 properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under balanccIstock water Also good orchard FARM No 2 Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on the Mt Vernon and Somerset road near Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 17n acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postoffice and in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No 3Afarm of 185 acres eryIand in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract il of this farm butno buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No d130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 350001 great bargain Joseph J Clancy age 58 years died Monday afternoon of congestion of the lungs Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev Dr Marshall He wasburied Fta yearshand had many good friends He left a wife and son Clyde Poor old Joe Bob was an enemy only to himself Ayers For hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ayers Cherry PectoralyourofIownuses it He understands it soothes and I hid a terrible for Then I took dyer Cherry rector l ant only bottlecompetelycnrod Jn DASroRTn St Joseph Itc50c9iOO JCATERCO Inlr1ht8for Loc Coughs Colds You will listen recovery tak ono wt Ayoro lit bedtime I IperIIsuitsCome in and buy your plows hoes bridles saddles and harness d and aU other 11101 etc of11 fllulwo wi11tV Im tj their past COIHP alike big goods the heals lADAMS 41 I iitAT- c A Chas C Davis rr d ALSO o Medicines W TOILET Arfices7rf Paints ann OiIso MiJ s 0f Phone No 04 a Chas C Davis C f 8BBBBBBB ATTENTION EaEraaa6m Q DR S C DAVIS m iSin w You dont have to pay for a Prescription Extra Q Special Attention to Diseases of Children The Purest anti Best Drubs only used in uttif mPHACTICE W e1BBBBBBB ATTENTION EErErE acaEm I111Ittl11tl111iS111iL Willis GriffinP- RACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER gAN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR = Slt Vernon Kr = StocU Complete Can furnish on short no 3E Embalmingdone 3 f ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3= S Phone No 63 = 7f ItUUUiUUUlUUlUlttUUUUUUlUlMlUilttlUlUUtliiUUUiitt IIQUSsETweeN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points r KyVl t r J ie J COLDS THAT HANG ON So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption Do not take chances on a cold wearing avay or take something that only half cures it leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble H fOLEYS HONEy fAR I Stops the Cough and heals the lungs and prevents Pneumonia and Consumirt I I IZ d tt fOUR COUGHS AND COWS BY can years ys almost Double United experts and for afraid to Co Remedy There is no it hells always SlUe to follow It is for olds croup sale at C store of silver lee aky Consumption C linger 211 Maple St Champaign III writes ell was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of HONEY AND TAR It cured me and I have not been troubled since west in Cured of the A Ake Wood Ind since my lungs were so many I took treatment without any benefit I then FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR and now as sound as a bullet stages lung trouble Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50cent size contains and ono half times as as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as Juch REFUSE SUBSTITUTES SOLD AND RECOMMENDED t I MT VERNON u DRUG CO I our aF OF can make money there The big ranches more workers to care for the increased because the country is prosperous soil in America waiting for you If you these small farms yourself or you the product in a few We will full information about the money the really like you can go there work a the flowers fruit and scenery and earn by of the to May 15 reduced rates from any point East Rock Island Two routesone through New t er line daily tourist service via El Paso t reclining chair cars both routes the States they are travel in arranging the California trip for asking for our California book andcomplete 1 I CHILDREN- In buying a cough medicine children never be buy gh danger from andre tt and whoopmgCOI1 I For Chas Davis system1wi11 mint cotige Threatened I FOLEYS LngsI two much CUT 12 IN TWO building andmust CUT HALF Cfofhingr Kinds inter Dress Goods Own Price LARGE STOCK FRICESA Money Kentuclvy Rates SONS advantage rlJ Chamberlains especiallyall 3O Wand runs more tourist ears to California than any otherof the latest pattern withwide and lavatory and women unusually large andcomplete in their appointment fU in spaces below and mail to Manager Rock island System CHICAGO f fare to California and time ta1lesaiaoJour illustrated about your about tsaSL stcnort state VIA EXCURSION QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale 0 on first and third Tuesdays of month to many points South Southeast and South For information address E N AIKEN T P At Main Street- Lexington Ky or WC RINEARSON G P A v Cincinnati O Hemorrhages M writes badly hemorrhages physicians vanced of IN of that family taking 1 ISt wtndows new each BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a toniC and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure headache constipation billions ness etc Early Risers are small easy to tajie and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel saysTwoconstipation Sold by Mt Ver non Drug Co rOLEnnOmANJ Cure 9odtT Preventf Pneumonia RHEUIChas Drake a mail carrier at Chapinville Conn says Chamj berlains Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments The past year I was troubled a great deal shoulderiAfter remedyIcan a sma stun One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for short time will produce a perm- nent cure On sale at Chas C Davis drugstore TO THE VEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacify Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas India- and Oklahoma Territories an numerous points in other Wester- States Great opportunity for ter homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect winter resorts of the West an Southwest Liberal limits and sto over privileges Daily throng- standard Pullman sleepers from S Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sonaliy conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville K THE SOUTHWEST n A GRAND COUNTRY FOll- 3I03IESEEKEKS AND INVESTORSE- XCURSION RATES TWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons chairing to own the r homes Cheap land producing al nro anything that can be grown anywhere mild climate good schools good water healthful surrcundin and a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled fot raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Luid that can be bought for sto per acre can be made to yield to 200 acre in orchard truck farm- First and third Tuesdays of each month we sell homescekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at of fare plus oo for the round trip April 4th and iSvh special to ely round tripratesless than one wa fire15oorind less from Men phis and Cairo to pouts in Texa low rates in proportion from points East of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request LO SCHAEFEK T P1 COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI O Methuselahs father has just bought two reserved seat- o I dont want to go my self he exclaimed pointing to his hut dredy ar01d offspring but I ha to take the boy to the circus Investing in some peanuts be blithely passed inside INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY It would have been incredible brutality if Chas F Lemberger of therbestHMy boy he says cut a gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 250 at ail druggists l6IUSKIDNEYtTJi Makes Kldnoya dud Bladder Bight W1LL1VMSHUKU If all the report are true there will be two weddings in this pta e very foon1lrs PiiidieWaduins the widow ol our late CiT u t Clerk and lerdiugh er Miss je nie live m edo Z ntsviJe 0 The county ii Invnit two splendid stone wtlk hrougi the court ladlingal e1looks like sawtdvuconits face Smidavicfre LI e 111n vis kilrdv thi 01t and it wsS reported b e e tl dy apers Last Stuulav anut n thousand people attended church and several perwvis were b pzl in the Cuim erland hut 0 rpr no n iton nor no CJ ent h tii m 11of this ft Il u I u iotly t tit a Llil tcjI22 t i1 St Li- 1 n 0 dl a plllwcalcalllpalgn I caught cold irritatedcompelled to stop as I couldnot speak aloud In my extremity a friendadvised me to use Chainber loins Cough Remedy I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely subsided I took several doses that day kept on talking ithrough the campaign and I thank this medicine that I won my seat in the Council This remedy is sold by Chas C Davis the druggist A rttt vou going to fine that man for carrying concealed wear CourtaHIouess so answered tbe IcantIwilling to keep his firearms peace enIcouraged There was a young woman named Florence Who said when the rain fell iu tot jrelics ladsdthingeTHE COLONELS WATERLOO Col John 11 Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water loo from liver and kidney troubl waydPond although I tried my famih gottBitters which cured me I con sider them the bet medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure dys pepsia hilliollsne5s and kidney dis ease by all druggists at Sac a bot tie The freight depot of the Anheus er Busch Brewing Associaticn in St Louis was destroyed by fire together with seventeen refrigerltr cars The loss is placed at 8125 ooo TO CONSUMPTIVES The umlcrMmied having been restored tit health by simple means after su Bering foi several vc rs with a severe lung hiers the means ef cure To those who desire it he will cheerfully send freeof charge copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for nail all allStry s as un Hume Thosejlesiriijrtheijrescrijition which will east nothing may a FDtvtang5mar 3 1yr TEtd Bf 1 lmlCINf tOR WOMIN If you are nervous and tired out norof serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before ou seek treat went iou need Wine of now just as muck as if the were more and CarduiIpains of disordered struation bearing down B leucorrhoea and ache were driving to the un failing relief that Wine of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands of youWine out banishdsymptomsfromcrous troubles that will be Lard to check Secure a 81 00 bottle of yourdealer dvisoryDeptCo ChattanoogaTenn and the incdicine will be sent you Wlils ARDUII for cdrlldrr f sages sure Xq oplatft or Tliir Babies Fat is of great accotc to a baby that is wh babies are fat If you baby is scrawny Scott Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it doe not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up fo time of need They ar happy because they art comfortable The fat stir pounds their little nerves lid cushions them Whc hey are scrawny those serves are hurt at every ingentle touch They lelight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome Send for to themI sure t at this pUre the label the vrapper cf every Emulsion Scottfy Bowne Chemists 4O9475 feort Street Jfea York LAND STOCK AND CROP J M Craig sold some nice cattle at Lancaster Monday at 3 to 3fc John A Sanders bought ao hoats at 4cJim Gay sold his tobacco tu Beazley of Paint Lick at8cJ- eff Dunn bought a horse of Clay Dunn for 125 one from Nicholas vile parties for 125 one from JII McWilliams for looA J Thompson bought six steers from f S Pettus at 35cJordgniWilson of Atlanta Ga bought several horses yesterday at 8100 to 150 Lancastercor Interior Jou nab Large farms are not always econ omically managed But it is saul of the big farm of Davis Rankin of Mission that the owner makes it pay He has 25000 acres 231 15 acres of which are under cultiva lion It is estimated that it takes more than 125000 a year to run Mr Rankin employs about 300 men and uses got horses and mules in his farm work Rankin s greatest pride is his corn field runs a mile and a half and is a mile wide He is the man who has said he would neversll a bushel of con he produced Fie feeds it to live took and markets it that way H e siys it is the only way to get its anIlIta11y A DINNER INVITATION Ater a hearty meal a dose of Kod jl Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an all Ick of indigestion Kodol is gU3ranIbreaTth trOI Watkins LeshuiII can testify to the efficac lIes Kodol in the cure ofstomac I was afflicted with stom ach trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dys pepsia Cure will digest any quan tity of all the wholesome food yon want to cat while your stomach takes a restrecuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepara tion is justly entitled to all of its mans remarkable cures Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co l ti IiJNErANDm Z7ahoc nzfhzadtaoalallii The Tobacco Growers Fair an Pure Food Exhibit Company pro pose to hold a tobacco and grain fair next fall at Lexington at which pr zes aggregating 10000 will be fftr dIi I The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to its value in the cup Lion Coffee comes to you fresh and of fullIstrength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt etrsngttiors5r i C Co 1 iilliunAT- TORNEYATLAW d MT VERNON rv- Srr0FFICE OIJ ibid 141IstreetSpecial atir iicl t Ito collections Phone No SO Mi L MYLi Dentist Mt Tt i VV 10FFICEAt iejidtiit f a tilt C C Hams residence PHONE No 73 tievercoon J C A cli ih 1 U rldertakerEmbalmer Complete IInobesOrders Telephone attended promptly Stanford Kv ItV M Francisco IENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY COU Rr CALENDAR Monday Monday Mondayin May and Third Monday in Sep tember COURTThird CHURCHES hurchPreachiug730 p SIIlaPrtyeThe are cortiallY invited to attend all services the4thThirdiatutlay Prnyerediu MASOHIC nhland Lodge No meNS 1nd Mon iitSoeat 2 i m MACCABEES KO T MTEST No meets every In and 3rd Monday at 73r p m JAS IJOPfC CHAS r DAVIS It Indigestion Causes Catarrh of 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 peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ling the glands to secrete mucin Instead of the juices of natural digestion This a StomachhoQ s b sIa Cure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings Indlgeslfondyspepsia Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet RegslarslseSt00holdhg2i4tlmes the 50 Prepared by DWITT 4 Chicago IU FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO r KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE UNCS dWITH OrB Kinflis Jew Diso ery FOR C Verrnn the and OLDS IIIPriceSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT end LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK GUARANTEED CURl PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails tp cure any case no matter of how longstanding in 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest Soc If your drvggist hasnt it send soc in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris tIed icine Co St Louts Mo While abusing his wife Hal Vat lace of Christian county was killed by his biotherin law Jas Young