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Iz 4 a stab shed 1887 VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905 NUMBER 28 II U J o Busy as r Bees IN A BIG IN DRY WHAT IT Iw II Goods face face with designs finest all that is new andnovel in Dress Goods All that is Lawns Dimi ties Mohairs Cashmeres goods and fin est patterns trimmings for making the new style sliirt waist We are show ing finer styl lower prIces than ever Here you the prettiest designs in and Scotch Lawns as lo a yard Do as we have them early and male your leisure We are and Ham burgs and in endless va riety I SHIRTS and t e WWhyin the name of the Great Horn I Spoon are 50 many tyJe needed Y E to talk about them being hard to suit in fixins I W S woImen I SHOES WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOES HERE IF NOT WHY NOT i oflHOEtans Are we selling Shoes at cost No sir But we sell I 25 per cent cheaper than any one who advertises to sell a- tcostrat cost means what they cost younot the merchant I SeeOurMensHigliTopBropflsal I Our Big Stock mmii eriitni li9nll SOXDry THOUSAND UPItodate 98c OF FURNITURE MATTINGS AND EVERYTHING ELSE and our Bargains make it Down Hill to Our Store from all directions and trade rolls in VIVRE GOODS FOR LESS MONEYthe fact is stranger than phrase New GoodsNew Prices New EVERYTHING U rrirffPd BRODHEAD Miss Nola Keisling one of our society belles left Weduesday mOlD- ing on 25 to join her father C S Keisling in Knoxville Miss Nola will be missed a great dealMrs- J M Blair who has been visiting her mother Mrs C S Keisling for- the past two weeks has returned to her home at New HavenRobt G Wilmott who has been on the sick list is able to be out again we are glad to sayChas Hurt is working nights at Cozatts Mr trod Mrs E M Hedges have returned home from Louisville and JIDurhama Green and Hopkinsville GW Brook assistant foreman on bridges and buildings on he K D division has received official notice that he has been appointed Foreman B and B on new road We are that George has received gladI tion but we dislike very to give him and his most e timabe wife up They will leave Monday and make Knoxville their future home We wish George and Bettie the best of lifel W Tate is in Lexington on busiuessEd Sprowl of Louisville is spending a few days with his wife at the Frith HotelCapt L C Smith was in Richmond first of the week on business Mrs L C Smi h aud son Frank Emerson are visiting in Junction City this weekMiss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard was visiting Mrs R L Collier first of the weekMrs Wm Payne died at her home at 7 a m Tuesday consumption She had been a sufferer of that dreadful disease for three years A hus and and a tie year old son are left to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother The remains were taken to Pine Hill Wednesday for interrment- J W Hutcheson was in Salvysa Sunday to see his best Mr and Mrs Jno M Crainor of Waycross Ga are expected to be here last of the week They have engaged rooms at Albright Hotel CONWAY Farm hands are scarce and hard find even at good price Mr John Berry of Villa Grove who has been visiting relatives here for past two raonthe wil return home this wefkVe un derstand the fast train to be put on the 15th will stop here to take in Conways famous drinking water for the benefit of the passengers Mrs Wm Kelton and children of Richmond are visiting relatives hereD C Pullins will go to Laurel count next week in inter est of his bee hive Our farmers are talking of plant ing corn Dont be too hasty member Easter and dogwood winter is yet to comeMr M L Noe of Paint Lick was here this week buying hogs to feed tor June mar ketPotato planting is about over in this sectionMr M L Kelton has been appointed to collect the school taxes in this district see him and pay upThe through Can- nonBall train as they are called will be put on this line April 15th If you want to go some where and go quick just step on one of them FORGET ABOUT YOUR STOMACH If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin taking it This is be cause it gets a test recuperates and Minnisayslor have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but haye found nothing equal to Kodol Dys pepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspep sia sour stomach belching heart burn and all stomach ttoubles Itt preparation is the result of many years of research Sold by the Mt VeJnon Drug Company A man wanted to buy a ticket to Lexington that cost 3 but he had only 2 in money be took the g 2 and pawned it for 150 On way to the station he met a friend to whom he sold his pawn ticket fo 150 That gave him the 3 Who was out the dollar in the transaction POW WEAK DIGESTION No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach an Liver Tablets will help you to di ges your food It not the qu5 n titv of food taken that gives strength ard vigor to the system but the amount dieted and assim ilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fa Ineive these Tabl t trial Thousands have been benefited by their use They only costa quarter For sale by Chas C Davis IN TilE STATE The Madisonvillle C nimercial Club is taking steps looking to the building of a railroad frc m Prod dence to that placeIDespondent over continued inebriety Mrs Lucy ountY1tilteda LYIoas000 Capitol Commission having 1Ihe the abstract of title of the site upon which to build the the formproperty was ally taken over by the commission for the Commonwealth The State Board of Valuation and Assessment fixed the assessment of the Lexington and Eastern Railroad Company for franchise tax purposes on a valuation of 87 500 a mile and of the Tennessee Central Railroad Company at 4 ooo a mileSix new witnesses were intro duced by the prosecution in the BarbourHagan murder case at Shepherdsville They testified that Hagan was killed while running from Barbour and that he had not made any hostile demonstrations immediately preceding the shooting The cases of the Commonwealth vs W S Taylor Charles Finley and John L Powers fugitives from justice charged with murder and conspiracy were formerly called on the criminal docket of the Franklin Circuit Court at Tuesdays session They were passed on mo tion of the Commonwealth as they have been at every term of tl e court since indictments were re turned against the parties President Roosevelt spent two busy hours in Louisville Tuesday h as the warmly welcomed guest of the city He left his train at the Southern end of the city and was escorted through the streets to the music cfbands and the cheers of many thousands of people A stop was made at the courthouse where Gov Beckham introduced him to a great mass of citizens to whom be delivered a short address In the presence of a few invited guests at the Louisville Hotel he was presented with a silver fligon a silver vase and a silver mounted inkstand The defense in the Barbour trial at Shepherdsville introduced all of its witnesses It is thought thatt the case may go to the jury Satur day Dr H H Grant who performed the operation on Hagan was called as a witness for the de fense He said his examination of the wound showed that the bullet which produced death had entered froom behind Huph Downey testi fied that Hagan had given him a gun and promised him money and property if he would kill Barbour Attorneys for the Commonwealth say that they will introduce wit nessee who will impeach the testi mony of Downev Fully one thousand indictments have been returned during the past two months by Kentucky grand juries against the Standard Oil Co The lowest fine upon conviction is 50 in each case This would mean 50000 in fines of which 25000 would go to the Commonwealths attorneys 12500 to the County attorneys and 5000 to the Circuit Clerks leaving 87500 for the State not a cent for any county What does the company care for little things like fines If they are assessed and collected the price of oil will be advanced and the con sumer will the fines thats all We suggestto our lawmakers that the law be changed and imprisonment sor violating the law be pro vided instead of fines There would be fewer violations of the law and less work for the Circuit Courts Shelby Record LAST HOPE VANISHED When leading physicians said that W M Smithartof Pekin Ia had incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave He SaysuThis great specific completely cured me and saved mv life Since then I have used it for 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and pangs cure Strictly scientific cure tor coughs sore throats or colds surer preventative of Pneumonia Guar anteed andr bottles at all tdruggists Trial bottles free The executive order issued by the President for the guidance of madeipnbliCThe President virtually carries out hiss plan for the reduction of the number commissioners by tuaki ing three of the seven virtually the working forte of the body Rut one member of the old commission was reappointed Keep your bowels regnar by the use of Chamberlains St mach and nothingbetter Every Friday d6 h- rjafeaeftacseae o Jr JG 7JTJVoJ 7 rf h Pflng Goods f CALL and examine our New Springy goods Our store is filled with the choic est selection of Laces Embroideries Harn f suitWtheIPurses r Soiesettes in all colors 25c ydWhite goods ydDressx dILadies Slippers Tans and W Blacks 75c to 150 pr Jji Childrens Slippers Tans and prpto3tJOprI STRAW LTTI GSAydLargeBoys to tLatest= 1 Buggy Harness 550 to 1000 per setWhen you get roily to buy your Spring goods jCherrys Bargain Store is headquarters Attend our spring sales before you buy Prices k and quality guaranteed yJ fjt BRODHEAD KENTUCKY 3 38C9 v 3CC96Q f 9 r CITIZENS BANK OFtBRODHEAP KENTUCKY =It is with pleasure we desire to call your attention to the Citizens Bank Brodhend Ky and state some of the advantages that are gained by one of our depositors The Bank began business on January 7thil905 and its growth up to present time has been remarkable and very satisfactory to the stockholders We enjoy the distinction of being only bank this part of the State that began paying 3 per cent on deposits believing that when a person left as much as 10000 or more on deposit for six months without checking that they should derive some the benefits We are equipped with the best burglar proof scaewtloor safe that could be made and have come miles to see it and pronounced it most wonderful piece of mechanism they had ever seen The safe is made of best with a screw door one foot in diameter and set within the door the time movements by which door is locked Tho safe set within a brick wall that is 23 inches thick We have a vault door that closes with twenty bolts and weighs 3000 pounds We most cordially ask you to visit the bank and examine it for yourself and see if it is not a depository Remember we pay 3 per cent on as much as 10000 or more when left six monthsWe to the people a safe and conservative banking system ask you to give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Trusting to have the pleasure of meeting you personally I am Yours very truly l J W HUTCHESOX Cashier HIATT Mr and Mrs J J Smith are vis iting Mr J M Cress at Preachers yule A new grand daughter is attraction Mr Ross Hiatt of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr A C was in Louisville latter part of last week and boughtI a nice bill of goods Miss Annie Tate who has spent some weeks here returned to her home Sun dayMrs Lauretta Hiatt who has been ill for some time we are glad to say is convalescent Mr A C Watt has extended his store room and will increase his stock of goodsMiss Rose Fuget spent last week with her sister at BereaMr- A C McClary went to Williams burg Saturday to attend school He will take a normal course We ate glad to see Joshua Roreing Jr out again Mr A C Hiatt sold to J M Cress a nice bunch of shoats for a reasonable price Born on the 3rd to the wife of Chas Sargent a fine girl ABOUT RHEUMATISM There are few diseases that lily flict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of remedies have been suggested To say that it can be cured is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with graat success in the treatment thisSisease Gne applies tion of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sufferers have lesified to permanent cures by its ue Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale byChas C Davis FOLETSH ltiwtattll t Published x HATS P Straw Hsts 10c 23c = j and Brown far Hats 8100 to 200 each L of being time time in people the the steel is the is also safe We Hiatt LAND STOCK AND CROP According to the crop report sued Friday by the Agricultural Department the percentage of wheat remaining in the hands of the farmers is 201 or t r000000 bushels corn 387 per cent or 954000000 bushels of oats 388 per cent or 347000000 bushels M J Farris who owns 2 400 acres of bluegrass land in Boyle county is farming on an extensive scale Last fall he sowed 600 acres ofwheat which is looking exceedingly well and from which he ex pects to harvest 12000 bushels He is now breaking ground for 400 acres of corn Advocate Where alfalfa can be grown suc cessfully hog raising may be made profitable Alfalfa seems to furnishI the exact material build up a healthy pig and to keep Kim going exactly right But hogs fed on alfalfa need corn as a neces sary addition Corn and alfalfa work well together and the coin ration should be very small for young pigs and increased gradually up to the fattening period Alfalfa pasture helps out and a little corn simplifies the hog raising propo sition and the more easily places it on a profitable basisEx THE RIGHT NAME ISDEW1TT DeWhts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts gums boils brnses piles and all skin diseases K E Zickefoose Adoloh W Va saysIMy little daughter had white swelling so bad that p after piece of bone yjctf OU Of rwfich Hazelher le D mostSalverworld Beware of counterfeits Sold by the Mt Vefnon Drug Com pan WILES THE CHILDREN FALL TO SLEEP 0 When the sun has lout his uplewlor And recalls his shaft Jt light From the boundless courts of heaven Followed by the steps of night Then it is that fancys fingers Oer the chords of memory weep In response to mothers droning When the children tall to sleep iWherewrestled But were cast ashore and lot 1 jackeI shoe caps am stockings All too small for me or you Little forms have lot their motion On the verge of slumber deep Loving mother waits and watches When the children fall to sle p Can it bethe mother questionstWhile a pain assails her heart That the future bears conditions That shall rend these tien apart Shall the gay saloons of f ishions Hear the fall of Jennies feet Can my Robert a drunkard Wandering aimless oer the street horIfHoldsThat may tempt my child to stray menacuIthe future dark and vast IOCJ survives the contemplation is anchored sure and fast Mother love through hours of tdarkness Prayer sustained it watch shall keep Over bed and tomb cxteJcd When the chyLni1hll o sleep jjjrcmUe J rrCRITTRNDIBOLISKy IN DAI Take LAXATINB BUOMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure Eo WiGroves signature is on each box 25cts r r t MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY APR 7 1905 Published every Friday ty EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTIOK ONE Y1tR IOO tIdfrlijing ftties made krwivn anI application FOIl aiAGISTHATE We arc autholted to announo- GUAKVILLE LEECE al a candidate for Magistrate In the Fifth district composed of Browns and Brodhead voi2prsrlncw tLljCrt to the action of the Democrats of that district SOMEWHERE in this broad land there is a 10000 greenback for which the government has been searching for five years It is the last of an issue ol a thousand and it is desii eel to redeem it All those who want to aid in a good cause and help a poor bill out of a microbe invested world will carefully ex amine their pocktts Winchester Democrat We will guarant that hill to be way down deep in t Docket of some Kentucky editor livEpv dog has his day It was TheitSince tbe appointment of the negro C Y Anderson as revenue collector in New York there has not been a more conspicuous member of Republican gatheriugs than he foFifthall prominent draw Yors repu blf MIIJ JOE F WATERS has severed his connectionwith the Mountaineer inelunderstandwell in such Republican harness Kansas City and Wichita Rn elected Democratic mayors POLITieS AND POLITICIANS Judge Edward F Dunne Dem ocrat was elected Mayor of Chicago Republibycan 00o votes The Democratic campaign man alters in Chicago are claiming a where Horn 55000 to 75000 jority for Judge Dunne over John AI Harlau in Tuesdays electf o The Republicans claim Harla election by 20050 IIcmtice getting 51 votes The issue be tween them probably will be settled by another primary Representative Bingham of staadpRepublican e will be brought to bear upon Presi dent Rcojevell to induce him todochange his mind about calling extra sessioji of Congress In an interview at Lincoln MrI Bryan said that tIle recent activity in reorganizing the Democratic party was a getting together of the grbattleandRice progressive factors in the party should be put in control he de dared Secretary of War Taft was guest of honor at the annual banquet ofaJthe Worcester Mass Board tltheStates and the procidentalytion in the tariff in 01tbeThe race question is being agire toted in New York to some extent since the appointment of the negragedian Anderson as Internal Revenue jmadepublican gatherings since his ap oimment nnd was recently senedat at the eat a of a hotel which is Patyear ronized by the Republican leadens of New YorktbSenator Blackburn when askedOD by the Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer if Judge ptynters candidacy for his seat in the United States Senate cau him any anxiety is reported to have replied None whatever I well am not disturbed by it nor am I uneasy of the outcome of the con test I have been confident from the beginning of my ability to make a successful canvass for reelection and believe now that when the Legislature meets next winter a by nnjority will be in my Favor Ex age In 1900 when the Republican press was confronted by the assas sination of a Democrat through Republican agencies and called on to mike choice between a campaign waged for tile punishment of theAgo assassins or a coifcc ted effort in their defer se it chose the tatter The Democratic press placed lit like circumstances three years later elected to follow the opposte plan from the day of Marcums death thestrongest demand for the punishment of his murderers has come front Democratic newspapers Louisville Tunes v t eelW IDes ch ed the rsidered IThe it ah tug sti I aj party 1892 is The nsingtan nTimes 1strong Yoshi or United pie French adder ral would pe Hargis fitted nities spurs ligious J The The The The do is EKS ALESWeve court common ofTokyo Ten pay Japan for sadodern country poor dancer The More There duce n play foot fem St Japan snectable bathed notes The Semt the as b telephone oientary Japan nay The It is net ll Jk = 2 Hired 1 to SHOtandSELIour an through is better than a Govern This is a spectaloffering andIat 91U black Tuibels for dress fancy Cassimeres and light medium and dark business wear They AI1 and uptodate styles ask you to do is to write samples and measure r you saw THIS ad in si d house in our We gtt our building on the SAME SPOT o HATS and FURNISH toys SHOES forevery Iion fi worth and TO APPROVAL lines free on request tet and MarKet faretvill srS something like or Ifwe must part andshaking hands are in Japan mothers do not though they to the en young baby buttons is not a tv there are no but furnish fresh tooth morning free The brush is of w a pencil and fray of fiber at the large food served to a guest banquet and not con at the time is taken bit the servants of his chipsticks are a decorated enve already sh shaped piece of apart by the guest one of the largest in the world to the United States J by the way of Suez to COUNTIESc Paper Co on articles of tricot petitThe office of the co ant YleaLeader The in W W C Thompson of Lou Sink of Lexington of capital stoc divided into 100 each The new conduct a wholesale aud has already en on West 1 I a1nzr is still the center l turned out a num last week then shows up for 150 bar the hest strike of that region What the most important in the Parmleys yule a mile and a halt production proves extension in which prevail The well the gushing class the Hibbs Oil the Barnett farm of strikes in Wayne aggregated nine God Companys at lease shows up and the two in Steuben villa sire each During days many investors Wayne county and and new ca every day Emperor Will Morocco is th of the dos in ials while discussing outward calmness tog the turn of affairs that Germanys the matter is to V door to trail both FOR THE thrmcssmeat or will lieeDraarJoyrrell Forte in thea of poiton is dtnitrotu moatyerfect war of k clean to take OANDYT you is a LIKE CANDY Taste 6Weaken or ndttttor tree and or yertam BLOOD CL EKNfumons less els SICILIAN JU1f erthen remember you HlllsHnrrht then keep it Perhaps ae tIgripe to used ttgray non f THE RAISING OF Pageri1905 LESSON TEXTJohn 113245 Me rcrscs 3330 Read all ct the chapter untoI1125 30Abouteson ard about two months before Jesus crucifixion PLACE The mesease ol Lazarus sick res camo to Jesus while He was at Beth abra Perea beyond Jordan where John had bopttaed Him Compare John 1040 with 12g Lazarus home was In Beth any on the Mount of Olives rear Jeruwfem rerIcor CH Cor 4li515 Thes I117 Phil 321 Tim 110 64itCor211 12 V 7 Then said Jesusuntothemagaln Interpreting and applying and making spokenwhich acd smboIIesthe flock can get Into the fold with its safety shelter food and care Com ofIattV 8 All that ever came be f Me Claiming to be the Messiah sheelIf r an shepherd gives Are thieves gain their booty by craft And robbers OladnCtIlSSin thr thdoso ShcphcreIycection If any man enter in By a r NSlviourdoor Js to fhu out thieves tenemies of every Kind And shall symboledas as of oflIto rest to think before we can go out do good to others or to learn best the outer world and make outward things goIngInleaBredra 3woodherd cannot do for his sheep He gl andinspires sheepJesussave men His whole life was for the sheep ThEn be died on beinfiar V 12 But he that is an hireling shepherd in tho east is usually the r or the oa of the owner of ththough Eonielimes an agent whose rs hireIIJlinekanon TriHtram v W l Jncw My sharp eadfind dots oven in a flock of hundred thousands It might he war for the class pam1eree each one telling how and wher himOne wItsclout found me Tho Saviour was IfbuttrVwhich arc not of this fold The Gen tiles who were not in the 01I yuCom6Thelisten to the gospel and to the voice in their souls and accept His invl offorHis Better one flock R V no one esc luNestinclosure of an outward church shepherdAnd one flock because one shepherd organizationpetal or =es usTheChrist Abbott 127 Therefore doth my Father eve via haveed tjThatleis life again was essential to sal va pItoIS Xo man taketh It from Me thatethe that C Death and Resurrection are in ac Dr thefromdisorFigsAn agnostic Is one who does not know whether he knows or not scat cometh In the morning not abgsigneendont trust him with a cent he religion that makes you feel like fighting your brother never came from more r Father shock 8omepeoplel the road to switch back where they need the raceriseFAMEooa injured thes Little early Risers tt little pills have been ma by their certain yet harm shaft and gentle action upon the bow and liver Thev have no FTheyor make you feel sick Once always Preferred They strengthen Sold by the Mt Ver Drug Company 4 SPRINt GOODS We are showing the nicest most Springroandthe town Prices and quality consid ered we have no furnishGaimpeople with the Latest out at forthisstandn COME examine our stock of Ladies an Ge its cCAeKyhVER NINETEEN HOURS MhXILOIthe superb douMi daily str vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shorttM and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through Sn Aito nio and Laredo Through Iulhnan sleepers daily leaving St Louis EkgantDillMexico is attracting the invtsiorj and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now descriptivetoTicket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A lion Noun BldgLouisilIc 8 Dollars teeTOCalifornia fnAND THErljNORTHWEST mmhFloil LOUISVILLE THE Heudersoh Routem OUOUh e CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate Mesr Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 S Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the VVfst and South west OP certain dates you contemplate a trip ask for rates If you would in comfort see that your tickctreadsnvertheHElDEIi 5ville= allsof our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the and Southwest I L J IRWIN agtrKvI wages of the Thorna Iron 9 Company employes in Pennsylva there thousand in number been increaed 10 per cent as also the wages of the employes Corporation HTFUL SUFFEKING RELIEVED l Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested fondtG Graysonof Lula Miss took s Kings New Life Pills with =result be writes that I was All stomach and bowel ders give way to their tonic a properties Guaranteed alt druggists osrPhteratMondav fifty miners were entombed and it IF believed thai thirty or of the men are dead The of the explosion was felt thedefrom the Lattom of a so foot Mondaymghtbodies man had been brought to surface The work of rescue thedeof the mine 6eeISI lolll tux m8m8811 r lIIIi1Ijj WAJST PATTERNm I O= a 9 5 Im lie Vv E extend a cordi il iut It tiua to the ljdi t it cur shire tall fXnin ou sriO3 and slimmer Waist Patterns Fr tUe bau ty aud unality the very latest thing mi the market louse early wild iot first chil- iceR08T COX pone No 66 Mt Vernon Ky 0Q 0I Robert Cox flO w w w m a war w AUEf demands ashoe Ihywisa fuiaaPPmr ante ando u1tial build exactA Yrrtreet war fladegfBaxCafr i 4J1fandtrliz recommend it x S A A == Jiono Ao boa Mt Ky 7 C C 0 u A a t J iq I I 1 and All Mail or r tly AJ v ry v c No ne how of w Re era be rve pay 3 per cent on all of To a in Take Tom svl o ltonasoN12 sip rnnnnnnHnnHnnnJ nnn We Sell The Celebrat- edTllllellIShoes i The Beb Ever = Pit For Eutiy Foot Frice For Every Purse I JONAS McKl ZIE Vernon oUUUUU1U1UUHUHHU1U1U 1UUUHUhUHUiUhilUUUUh Jc dvo lR GRANVILLE OWENS IUNDERTAKER tKy COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets RiLes fTelgraph Tle- phon orders Proiu iFilled 7 YOUR BANKING mattsr how small niattter large BARK MT VERNON phestointrest deposits checkeduponOFFICERS ashierJCure Cold One Dy Bromo Quinine This Produced Brodhead 41THE Laxative rbtvliA 1rwt Qaes c 1 on sv box25c J jt I it LRNO ii SiGt 1T VERNON Ky APR 7 190 5 f zeCall up No 79 when want to Communicut with SIGNAL 79 IIi mlLouisvux a Co TIME TABLE 2 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phons No 58 Entered et the sit Venmn Ky Postoffies as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL SatWill H FishI xv the President Tuesday Elmer fcch e tr lias gone had t braking K L Thompvni uas In Louis villa Saturday Ally John W Brown went to Louisvilte Monday Dr M Peuuingttn is attending the lecture at Loui rilkbJudge Jacob Sambrook was up from Livmgstoi ytteidty E T Wheeler the spike manI was in LuihVille this week 3Sheriffthe sick list again this week Misses taU William and lest Sparks w rt in Luiville Tuesday Sheridan Bowmm jut from the Philippine arrived hme etet dayJonas AkKenzie spent StelJj days in the city buying spring s ods Mr and Airs J Tliomis Lhcrn of Brhtijl were in Louisville this week Rev Shouse preached at tbeiJ Raptist church Sunday morning and eteniagWVut mree his semi annuc al delivery oi null tries heie and ttwill Brodhed this week We regitt very much to know that our go d friend J N Brown has beii very sick this weekwi R B lullrus has returned from a weeks trp in Harl m count 23whereMrs Jack Adms of Paint Lick was the guest of her sister Mrs Willis Adams here this week Victor C Tate left Wednesday night lor Knoxville Teun to accept a position with Sparks Wil hams ItMr and Mrs J W Baker were guests of their son U G Sunday Mr Baker saw the President Louisville Tuesday Joe Browb came in from the K U Bible College Lexington on account of the serious illness of his father J N Brown Arty B J Bcthurum Supt G M Ballard Jailer J W Parsons and J E Houk aw President Roosevelt in Louisville Tuesday Eugene Mullins writes iru Aztec N M th it he is much improved His gain has been remarkable of since the spring open upE Bullock returned from Louis ville yesterday morning Lish as he is familiarly calkd is maki a great success ou the road trav elwell ing aLOUAL Read the ad of Robert Cox FOR RENTHouse with 20 acres oi laud Other oat and corneffect laud for rent hut no house J H ALBRIGHTp mar 3131 BjACKMdiTHlNG I am aga located at uiv Id stand prepared to do all kinds oi blicksmithiny on short uoice Patronage of my c ldsand cust ntr and new Gtessultcttedli KOaSERT K POWELL mar 24 3 Mt Vernon Ky WANTED HICKORY TIMBER Forty incites long Timber to be clear of knots streaks and other defects Timber 2 inches white 550 per cord under 2 inches 400 per cord Will take hickory 6 inches at the little end Also small poplars wanted For fUt V4rer non E T WHEELER Agt TURNER DAY WOOLSWORTH tltSdNDLEcQ t We are experiencing now what is generally known as dogwood winter Jailer J W Parsons will build a residence on the lot recently purchased from J T Gentry The Bank of Mt 4madeby adding somt new furniture ICorbin went dry Tuesday by 23 but as the license were renewed April 1st the saloons will hold on for another year The Rockcastle Real Estate c- OIMtany one II farm It is money in your pocket to watch clo ely the advertisement of our merchant in these columns and then take advantage of the bargains they offer Q Wall paper mouldings etc- mples showing all designs will brought to your home at anytime Picture frame mouldings of nv kind or colors HENRY BALES feb 10 2m Mt Vernon Ky EXALTHD RULER Judge R G Williams has ben eluted Exalted Ruler of the Elks lodge at Coring ton which is one of the most flou it ling lodges in the State iiew home is given up to be one e most beautiful in the South The trustee of Central Universi be received notice from the agents of Andrew Carnegie that if 00 can be raised among the lends of the college Mr Carnegie would add 30000 The officers of he intitutou say that it will be no trouble to raise the amount U101g the friends of the University Under the new time card which Sunithy evening Mt Vet non is to be he meeting point of the day pas senger trains No 22 north bound and 23 outh bound due here at 124 p m No 24 north bound night express due here at 332 a m 21 south bound night express 11236 a ra Agent J A Landram has re ed notice that uuderlhe change take effect next Sunday theI north bound passenger train now known as No 24 will be No 22 and south bound night express ll be No 21 instead of No 25 express north now No 26 will be No 24 The afternoon train No ramains the same number To our delinquent subscribers we make another appeal to please pay up your long past due sub sorption Read the date on o label and yOU can know exactly how you stand It costs money to buy paper and to pay the printers is as much an obligation to pay your newspaper account as it i thne money and we need it badly News reacned here Tuesday that M r G W Jones father of W H Junes ot Wildie this countv was dead at the home of his sun M RI Jones at Longview Ill b Jones went to Illinois sever months ago and was taken sic sliortlv after he arrived there Mr anmti county who are very much grieved to near his death edWilliam H Porter a brother Mrs M Pennington died at h home at Manse Clay conntyI March 30 alter a long illness of brotherng of to arid favorably known in th couutv This makes four brothers nd sisters who have gone to t land within the last four year three of them having died of consumption tlArGttSSeveral changes k Aril iston this division the L N L M Westerfield aster of Trains takes his old lace chief dispatcher Mr HaIlow becomes Master of Trains inucomes Road Master of the main stem from thst point to Louisville the K D from Lebanon Junc on to Sinks lie new timecard go into effec Sunday ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of the estatei of Emily Mullins deceased I w at her late residence near Mullins Station the home of the late WI G MullinsJ on Saturday April 15 1905 sell to the highest bidder the following i good work mule 6 hogs milch cows r calf i organ showcase and all the household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale W B SIGMON Adoiaistratort J The Fiscal Court was in session Tuesday and Wednesday allowing a few claims passed over from Oct term and making the levy for 1905 which is fixed at zqj4 cents general expenses and I2j for road purposes making a total of 0 cents or 2 cents less than it was for 1904 The county has a surplus from 1904 taxes of 1600 The court will meet again the last Saturday in this mouth to make settlement with the sheriff who was on account of sickness unable to be present at this term COLLEGE NEWS Hear the Ideal Entertainers int their up to date musical sketches lli24thMiss Frsyth are still at the dor mitorv Miss Taylor IS busier thai ever with her correspondence an plans for the new work Miss Nicholas Maud Guthrit and Henry McFerron have gone home for vacation Henry wil remain at Pine Hill to assist in the spring planting but expects to return in the tall Some fine maples and elms which existencrc outrMrfhis son Ben and Harvey Owens The Ideal Entertainers were lin Mt Vernon last year and gave so much pleasure that the Institute was asked to make n date with themfor this spring They will be here April twentyfourth The Ideal Entertainers gave a interesting program in the opera nouge last Thursday night a large Audience being present This an excellent company of high clas artists and the local management t deserve credit for affording the public opportunity ofattending such entertainmentsThe News Democrat Sturgis Ky Much time has been spent in theJ effort to keep the school grounds in good order Yet during vaca tion week some one has broke down the gates and turned in his cows and horses This kind of Ionhaspast seven months All the Pres byterian property church and trightwith the Principal that it should be treated as such Dr McDonald surprised pupil and teachers a few weeks age by telling the boys and girls that of all hiur= was praised the punctuality order inj 13work withsvery money we are to enter upon a larger usefulness Fourteen rooms are to be added to the dormitory at once and a com plete industrial outfit for girls is to bithope it will he a boys dormitory trainre thka e corps of six teachers a resident minister anda matron for the dormitory vaLITlN68TQil fLou Pettus of Crab Orchard is the drugstore this week during HughI knisWoodaeall Sunday Mis Mahala Carson still continues very lox with but few hopes for recoveryMr and Mrs B B King of Moreland daughterdMullins W F Tubbs and J Hagan are on the sick list bi Hagan is improving slowly Miss Bertina Marlins and little Gertrude Howell were in Mt Vernon Wednesday Tea Griffin of LaFollette Tenna visited horaefolks SundayAli- Ella Howell was the guest of Miss Ella McClure at Suider last Sun a dayMrs Cora Lasley has re illturned home from Middlesboro itowotClub We will wager it is not a Romans club for who ever kne a woman to keep a secret Te jjispring opening of millinery at residence of Mrs E S Elmor- Saturday April 13thRevF Gates and family left Thursday PI v tbeir new home in Mt Qlivvt u r Maysville The3 leaye a host friends here ofall denominations who regret their departure an wishJbemnl the success and hap Theorwill be missed by all Classes of peo pie for their kind words and good deeds have endeared them in the hearts and affections of alllIrsiGeorge McCarthy and children returned home from Lebanon JuncI tiou Sunday There is a good comedy troupe holding the beards at Calloway Kali this week John W Baker Sr and family have moved in their new home ptirchas ed from John Cooktiss Mary Dyehouse of Lincoln snotty is visiting Mrs Bert Whilehead Miss Lillie Hilton of Morristown Tenn is visiting her sister Mrs i W O Burnes Mr Charley Rice and daughter Nettie are visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mrs J S Cooper and Archie Cooper are in J rouisville shopping aril seeing thej President Miss Georgia McFer j ron is in Mt Vernon having dental work done A MATTER DFHEALTH 1 J J3 rt4 rtGI J POWDER 1tHAS JliJ SJ8S1JTlJlEI Sales of OFIL A iGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT B Carter his own right and J B Carter administrator of F 31 Carters tate Plaintiff vs Defendisna tIle Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1904 in thealjove styled ease I as JIaster Commissioner of said Court will MONDAY APRIL 34TH J95IIbeing county court day at the Court house Mt Vernon Rockcastle followingtracts a boundedas follows Ode undivided one lf of tier following tracts in county Kentucky RockcnstleI r Containing 270 acres by ginning at 2 beeches and near andSname 100Ithence with one of his lines south 55 east chestnutsename of Elisha Posoug standing about poles southeast of the road thence th anoldmarked line north 64 west cIClpolcs 65Ivva pine thence south 23 east 4 poles to a thepoles the Fewhite oak their corner standing about 4 poles west of the top ridge road thence tilintersection binorthoaks and while oak stout rod cast of the ridge road and corner to 100 acres in a the name of John Haley thence with hislline south 50 west So poles to a two pines south 55 west 56 poles to a off low thick chestnut oak north 30 west38 be poles to a tall pine west 90 poles to a chestnut poplar and small dogwood Callowayline o doles to the beginning soacresBeginniid g e hillside near tIle corner of an old field own as the Kings field thence north r2 east rs 12 poles to three pines in James McGuires thence with same north 15 west 54 r2 poles to a hickory and pine on the point of the ridge thence deephOHO ginnorth 55 12 vast 32 poles to a pine and ridgethence 4 f largHe i tcitron e g 7polessame 43 east 30 r2 poles to a pine S and small chestnut oak at the corner of an old field supposed to be at or near Haleys chestnut corner thence with Iiof his lines south 30 poles t a thsse 3 Containing 50 acres Beginning at chestnut oak corner to James JohnHaleysouth rSwest 150 poles to a stake in said line thence south 72 cast 78 poles to a S 1111lingerss j Ballingercorner st willRbe TERMSThe sale will be made of six and twelve months oni equalnstallmentsthe undersigned Master bannae 1therosy issue if not at maturity Alien tall beretained upon Ifw L r L J71T 6vY y J y SQj aagoods4Ycalico etc is the largest and most complet in town and prices cheap I as any one ftj Han berg laces and insertions and all other kinds nevelty In a the latest deD signsy SHOES mrsaasdies and children in tan and Patent leather before bUYIng elsewhere 9 MATTINGS FURNITURE FARMERS to com and share alike in the many bargains We are offering in our big stock of goods Jf Yours for fair and honest dealingsttk1 OLD IRON WANTED 25CTS PER 100 = LBS V W E have the Goods you want and are making the priee to suit KtTN the property until the purchase money is paid The amount of money to be real by the sale of this and other lands thedayofaction J M ROTH WELL Garrard IastcrComI ROCKCASTLE Real E state CoIMT TEHSON KY 0 All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold a per cent and if no sale is made no cost for advertising- FARM NO IThis farm of 317 located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at bargain the o rnerbeing unable to properly look after same because of underIwells and springs and plenty of good orchardiofWO acres which will be sold in two separate inione new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postofiice and in one of the best communities in county A great bargain- ARM No 3Afarm of 185 acres ated near Maretburp and a very desirable farm 140 aces under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres Good houses neverfailing ing and well splendid orchard se to school house churei and post ollicc A most desirable location and splendid bargain Any one wishing small farm can buy a 70 acre tract of this farm butnobuildin1t8woul i included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made Ilrodshead well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 856000 A great bargain Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil wellhSmall doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla The change is very prompt yourIWhen can for many month no onothoa lticmddilrAbecan eofthtnhload Bat a few jrera Siraparila pletely restored to health rRaE DUK3U31KI comI bottle All rinirlrifor nell ttau The Children I Biliousness constipation prevent re jovery Cure these with Ayera Pills attwsaItJS33 ila P3 s aqqn j saoqg s I1tlNNIDNIn 69a IIOUiIIperIIsuitsIIind tfI locatedI tiJrs HOUK ADAMS ria I7 tYrrVWNTrY LYJrY YV VyiX J V Chas C Davis 7trAt1 a 4 SPORTVGI i =a n xM GOU D0 to l 74 AT i 0 Chas C1 DavisO rr ALSOnc3 Medicines p W TOILET Arficfes- v W- i 5 Paintslil z iQ Phone No 64 ri A K Chas C Davis 6 Jtx1 s BBeBBBB ATTENTION gEg 9 3EgE1 t DR S C DAViS WmDRUGS m You dont have to for a Extra tQmThe Purest anti Best Drugs only used in ray S PRACTICE t 8BBBB BB ATTENTION EEi l11 g 1111ttt41f111I ItHttlli10Nltftiildlli4Nlrit9t15P1tIiii9Bttt tii9511144t1 a IIIriiftictiiiItIIfIII11ttIi1fi = WHIis Oriffin = PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER ZFUNERALMt Vernon Kv zz a E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = Ss Embalmingdone= = ORDERS by wire Promptly lled = Phone No 6 rS lUUUU1UllUUllU1Ul111U1Ul1UUrUUliUUil1HHHll11 UIU11U ilIm lQueen CrescentItRout A J SHORTEST LINE AND QUiCKEST SCHEDULES ilE7Y4iEH 1 Cincinnati Lexington r Chattanooga t Knoxville Asheville Charle3t r Savannah Atlanta nviUe Bkminghajn deans Shreveport sand Texas Points ETc M AIKEN Tray Passr Agt 89 E Main St jxiHgtoii Ky WIt OARPiITOen Mgr W C RINEARSON Can Pass lat tUsTI1ti o t Stubborn Coughs and Colds Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia over night are quickly cured by li FOLEYSHONEYi rAR mIt soothes and heals the inflamed air passages stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs FOLEYS H EilONEY AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and is safest for children and delicate people O gHUp to Die With Croup Manuington Ky writtsliMy threeyear 1mGiven of croup the doctor said she could not live die I went to the store and ot a bottle of Tar The first dose gave quick relief and of and soon but Jfoucyand and 2Sc 100 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times much size and the 100 bottle six times ranch Substitutes I LiirThree SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MT VER NONE DRUG CO 11 PRICES THUbsI CUT I2 N TWO7 We have sold our store building andmust close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes Shirts Overcoats and Cot ng of all Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods that you can buy your Own Price GOME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE- F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky From Chicago every March i to May 15 1905 to San Francisco Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento many other points in California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars for double berth San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento Ipapoints in California 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Milwaukee Si Paul LUAPIOUnion Pacific Southern Pacific Line If you are thinkingof tripthis is opportunity to make it expense piITandsome book descriptive of California for cents postage A MILLER General Passenger Agent IF 1845 Exchange CHICAGO t Complete information wilt senttee on of P this coupon with blank lines filed Coupon should be mailed today r HSrMATic PAINS QUICKLY RE LIEVED The excrucla character istC of rheumatism ana are quickly relieved by applying cvm Balm The great- SevingPowerofmin gel the liniment has been the surprise and delight 4of thousands of sufferers The i quick relief pain which it af Yf fords is alone worth times its cost For sale by Chas C Davis rOLEYSIIGmDTAR jto s or HOWELLI n Probable Destination Bee keeper before your spring supply see Pullins Bee Hive improved It has all necessary conveniences Stud is a nice ornament to place in tlihiveFor further information csll on or address- D C PULIilNS Conway Kv Or FRANKLIN Agent Mt Editor Cured W L Straub Editor of St When coming across the bay from Port cold that affected my throat lungs I I kept getting until I Tar it cured me The as as the small almost as Refuse I L at day Los and Rate to such a your at least sent six Railway receipt hats from many W S Nam Street Address City Stag you buy the the latest SC Local Vernon Ky Lung recover worse sizes THE WEST SOUTHWESTiTO CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific 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 Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor HomeI seeker round trip tickets on every first and third Tuesdays o each month limited 21 days Lauds are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and piStandard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers saturjdaysDescriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky A TRIED AND TRUE FRIEND One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of ally harmful drug and it has been curing coughs olds croup and whooping cough so long that it has proven itself he 0 a tried and true friend to the many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Iud says Coughing and stra ring so weak cued me that run down in from 248 to 92 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely cured me Sold the Mt Vernon Drug CompanyI Eleven hundred ice and coal wagon drivers are on strike at St Louis five hundred lricklayers are out at Cleveland four hundred ironworkers struck at Cincinnati three hundred and fifty brewery coopers quit work at Milwaukee two hundred carpenterstbrew down their tools at Portsmouth 0 aud- all the plumbers at Birmingham Alabama struck and all because of difference over wages A DAREDEVIL RIDE Often ends in a sad accident T heal accidental injuries use Buck lens Arnica Salve A deep wound in my fotrfrom an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Col umbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Buck lens Arnica Salve vuickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic Only 250 at all druggists THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR 3I03IESEEKERS AND INVESTOIISEXCURSION Arkansas Louisiana and Texa- offer the greatest inducements fo persons desiring to own the i homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown any where mild climate good schools good water healthful surrcunding and a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled for raisin fruits and vegetables for early markets Lam that can be bought fors to n per acre can be made to yield 10 to 200 per acre in orchard anr truck farm First and third Tuesdays ofeac month we sell hon eseekers ticket from Memphis and Cairo at on fare zoo for the round trip byAprilroundtrip rates one wad fareI500and lessfrom Mem and Cairo to points in Texas pointLowEast of Memphis Literature descriptive of above country and information abou rates will be mailed upon request t Q SCHAEFER T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI O t l THE Viav FRtBOWEL TROUnIESNo FAHI IY CAN AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT hI regard Chamberlains Colic Cholea and Dial rrioca as one of the very best remedies for bowel troubles says Mr J W Hanlon editor of the Despatch Ocifla Ga I make this statement after having used the medicine in my familv for several rears I urn never hottt it No f n i can afford to without a bottle of this remedy in the house It is certain to be needed sooner or later For sale by Chas C Davis PRESIDENTX TRIBUTE TO LOUISVILLE Just helute his train pulled out from th Set ntbstreet dopot President Roosevelt said- I have never seen a more beautiful city I have never been treated with more courtesy and kindness I will never forget Louisville long as I live On passing the Confederate and Union veterans the President said This is the hest part of tnv visit To see the men who fought in two armies in tie great war standing side by side to greet me is enough I in itself to make my visit pleasant CHEATEU DEATH Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia cheated death He says Two years ago I hadkidney trouble which caused me great pain suffer ing and anxiety but I took Elec tric Bitters which effected a com pete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find druggistfRELIGIOUS Dr Washington Gladden who has so vigorously opposed the acceptance of a gift of 100000 from John D Rockefeller for missionary purposes Sunday preached a ser won in which he declared that tin great problem of today is the Christ lanization of industry and traffic He declared that the State is a di vine institution and that all its various officials are as much ministers and as much bound by the rule of Christian conduct as he Seventy government officials were present in state at the recent opening of the Free Methodist College at Wen Chow China- s ifty thousand persons are Gaged in the study of missions on this continent Two thousand nembers of the Student Volnntee Movement have already sailed for the foreign field- ILOMESEEKEBS EXCURSION VIA QUEEN k CHESCENT ROUTE 0 Tickets on sale on first and third Tuesdays of cash month to many points South Southeast and Southwest For information address E N iILexington Kv or w c RINE ARSON G P Cincinnati 0 TO CONSUMPTIVES The nndersisned huriug been restored health by simple means after su Beting ftoI several rs with a severe lung affection and that dread disease is anxious to make known to hit fcllor sulltr ers the means cf cure To those who desir it he will checifully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they find a sure cure for anti nil npnable hose desirurgthtpreseriptiop which will cost may drays a blessing will please address REV EDWARD Brooklyn New 3 05 1yr YorkI THE BfST- MmlCINf fOft WOMEN outsou no approachrunbearablement iou need Wine of Cardni now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and the turing pains of disordered men 1Jainleuoorrhoeaache were driving ou to this un failing relief that Wine of Cardoi has brought hundreds of thousands of youWino out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and hack svmptomsfromgerous troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of Iflourdealermoue to the Lathes Advisory Dept The Medi- cineCoTennn and the medicine will bent y- ouWlNEs CARDV lOlEnnOmJ1mTAR fir cAudrea rate cure Jto oplatmt fhe Better Way The tissues of the throat a tuned and irritated vv hand there is more irrit more coughing You tw ugh mixture and it eases trionfor a while You ta COTT- a it cures the cold Tha at is necessary I t soothes t oat because it reduces t ritation cures the cold because drives out the inflammation wilds up the weakened tissue ecanse it nourishes them bad to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with- a sore throat u cough a cold Jor bronchitis SCOTT SBOWNE 1011Xc LARGER ACREAGE FOR TEX AS TEA ggjs What bids fair to become a great and important industry in the coast country of Texas is the cultivation of tea though the infant is yet in its swaddling clothes The farm on which the Government is con ducting an experiment with tea culture is near Mackay in Wbar con county on the New York Tex as and Mexican railroad and is un der the direction of Mr Fred Clark According to Mr Clark twentyfive acres were planted in tea plants in February 1904 The scions were set in rows live feet apart and two feet on the row The first year they attained a growth 01 two feet This spring they were cut bach ene foot in order to make them bush Notwithstand fug the severe cold of this winter thing so unusual for South Texas the plants have suffered no damage beyond the slight singeing of the leaves The roots and wood eve r not hurt at all The plants will yield some tea this summer but nothing like a crop need be expect ed until the plants are three years old Twentyfive bushels of seed have been planted this spring tor securing scions to plant acre more next fill Mr Clark states that the tea farm is located in black sandy Colorado bottom land and as far as the experiment has progressed ti soil and climate seem to be mos propitious for growing and mttur ing tea successfully and profitably Throughout the entire the Yewpan grows to perfection and it also grows in South Carolina where tea has been successful grown and it both States lie leaves of the 1 ewpan were used by many people during the Con feder ate war as a substitute for gre n tot the respective beret gs heing very much alike in taste and stilt ulating effects Thus it seems that Ywpan and tea are closely relatee and seem to require the same con ditions of soil and climate Mr Clark further stated that he was anticipating a visit from Dr Galloway of the Bureau of Plant Industrv who would probebly visit the farm this spring for the pur pose of investigating the progress- Iof tia culture experiments in Whir ton countyPierce Tex dispatch to the St Louis PostDispatch CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THE BUST AND MOST POPULAR Mothers buy it for croupy chil dren railroad men buy it for severe coughs and elderly people buy it for la grippe say Moore Bros ofIgood brands There is no ques tion but this medicine is the est that can be procured for coughs and colds whether it be a child or an adult that is afflicted It always cures and cures quickly Sold by Chas C Davis- Theodore P Shouts president of the Toledo St Louis and West ern railroad has been selected b President Roosevelt to head th new Isthmian Canal Commission Mr shouts has accepted the ap presijI The Keystone of Good Health- is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeeno glazing of defectsFresh and uniform rich in flavor because always in sealed packages never in bulk t a4 C C1rVilli ara 5 ATTORNEYAT LAW IIT VERt E tin ti tlro tit TheBauk of Mt VCf110LI1 thur 5tree atteittuu g1tcl to 8n M L MYEHS Mt Vernon i- FirstClassf I Work f OFFICE At icMdtrcf or Ciri Main St JCHAII is else C C Wil jams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHKAD every MONDAY noon nil Tue dav noon J U cMcCLARYndertaker Embalmer Complete Derytitt IIXEof lobes Sc Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN IMT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR MonaQUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month biomeMonday SeptemberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month- CHURCHES Services U the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sundays at a m and at 73rt p m SundayPraye attendt thedBaptist hurch Services on the Third Sundayyfeting on Tuesday aitfiits MASONIC MoodayItT VERVOX P1 CHAPTER No MEETS every SECOND MONDAY atS MACCABEES- K OT MTKST Xo meets every and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E HOUK Com CHAS C DAVIS RK Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed thai Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly this opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caw lIng the glands to secrete mucin instead of the juices of natural digestion This la called Catarrh of the Stomach Curefmembranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath aour risings IndliestIondyspepsia Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet 00 times the trial for PrepAred by DeWITT A Chicago FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO KILL THE COUCH LUNGSe KingsNew I FOR c tnrkt ONSUMPTION Price I rial00OLDS I ISurest and Quickest Cure for all and LUNG TROUB LES or MOSIEY BACK GUARANTEED FOR PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how long standirg in 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest Soc If your drvtmUi hain- it send soc in stamp a letI tell forwarded postpaid by Parts Med icine Co St Louts Mi t4VHakM KUMy art BlaMw RIB