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Established 1887 iflu etunu igblll VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 14 1905NUMBER I UG= KER Busyas I Goods IN DRY IT face WHAT to face all that designs is new Dress Goods Lawns Dimi goods Mohairs and fin trimmings for new tyles SHOESDry We are show lower prices the prettiest and Scotch a yard Do them early your leisure and Ham in endless va II the styles If the wo back at us for fill our fixins r9 S the Great Horn style needed DO YOU BUY YOUR HERE IF NOT WHY NOT IIWEhave everything to offer in Shoes that are new find up oflHOEtans Are we selling Shoes at cost JXc sir But we sell 25 per cent cheaper than any one who advertises to sell at costat cost means what they cost younot the merchant See Our Men s High Top Our Big Stock THOUSAND todater Brogans at98c OF FURNITDKE MATTINGS AND EVERYTHING ELSE OlCirstorelfrom MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEYthe fact is stranger than phrase New CoodsNew Prices New EVERYTHING U J CONWAY Young squirrels will soon be ripe Mart Baker and wife of Madi son visited relatives here this weekAdam Gott of Richmond was here this week on business Miss Hattie Hill of Berea is the guest of Miss Etta McClure this weekj F Jourdan has moved from this place to WildieGrassn- ever looked better this early in the season as it does at present Harris Willis of Madison bought two work mules from Harvey Chen ault for 215J J Wood and Harvey Chenault attended county court at Stanford Monday Geo Ketrou went to Cincinnati this week on business George W Jones departed this life on the 4th day of April at 530 p m at the home of his son M R Jones in Illinois after an illness o more than three months He left Conway on the 26th of last Decem ber to visit his children and expect ed to be gone about three weeks He was taken down sick in a few days after his arrival in Illinois and gradually grew worse until the end came The deceased was born in Virginia on theIst day of October 1836 and came to Kentucky soon after the close of the Civil War He leaves a wife and six children viz W H Jones Mesdames Lillie Hill and Fannie Arnold who re side in Kentucky nnd J J Jones M R Jones and Mrs Nannie Vaughn who reside in Illinois Thirtytwo grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren besides a host of friends to mourn his loss Uncle George was a familiar figure in Rockcastle county and many will miss his presence He may have had faults and who has not but he had many virtues which mor han balanced his accounts We extend our sympathy to the bereaved fami ly QUAIL The recent cold spell did no damage to the fruit buds in this settollA large assembly was at Providence Sunday to hear Bro Davis sermon on divorce and re marriage Bro R B Mahoney of Stanford was in this section ou fire insurance business TuesHay Some thieving is reported in the neighborhood of Ottawa Simeon L Cummins having lost a set of harness and some ham meat Jotham Brown and Moses Brough ton have purchased the property and general merchandise of Simeon L Cummins at Ottawa and will take possession FridayOur car penters have gone to the towns to work during the building season J A Proctor went to Somerset last week E A Hellin and S T Proc tor went to Brodnead this week All are good carpenters and no one can make a mistake in employing them J M Craig sold to J E Lynn of Stanford 55 stock hogs at 4C to W H Brown 14 fat hogs at a fair price to J H Thompson 21 stock hogs at 4C and to Robert J McAHster 30 shoats at 4c Mr Craig also bought of Dr T J Price 5 heifers at 13 50 and of John Ac ton three good steers at 3jc r 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 Minnisays I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but haye found nothing equal to Kodol Dys heartipreparation is the result of many years of research Sold by the Mt Vernon Drug Company A MATTER OFHEALTH pQt4 AKINA- POWDER HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE Eight laborers were killed by an ArdwayquarryI JUDGE PAYNTERS LETTER TO SENATOR BLACKBURN o Court of Appeals of Kentucky Frankfort April 5 1905 Hon J KYIDe3rit is your purpose to make a some what extended canvass of the State between this and the November election and that your first appointment is at Williamstown April 10 and that you will ac cord me a division of time at that and the other appointments which you may hereafter make You do riot say for what purpose you intend to canvass the State but I yourfre to the United States Senate If you saw the announcement which I made of my candidacy for the exalted position to which we both aspire you will recall that I said I would not allow it to interfere with the performance of the duties of the position which I now hold The April term of the court commences on the day of your appointment and should I accept your invitation I would violate at the first opportunity in the most public way the pledge which I made not to neglect the performance of the duties as a Judge of the Court of Appeals The illness of our mutual friend Judge Cantrill prevents him from aiding the court in its labors Therefore my services on the benchare needed more now than they would be if Judge Cantrill could be with uc In addition to this I am not quite sure that a joint canvass of the State by us would be in the interest of the party of which we are members The party is not so much interested in the selection of either of US to represent the State in the s atels it is in beingable to select some Demo crat for that purpose There ore several close legislative districts in the State and our respective friends in these districts might be come so interested in our race that they would overlook the im portant question of the election of a Democrat to the General As sembly Besides as Veale in ac cord on the cardinal principles of our party it is not clear tome that there is such an issue be tween us as to require a joint dis cussion of it I write you fully that you may know that I intend no discourtesy in declining your courteous invitation to be present at your appointments- If you state that you have in vited me to be present and that I have declined I know that you will feel that it is fair to me to give mv reasons for so doing Yours very truly THOMAS H PAYNTER ABOUT RHEUMATISM There are few diseases that 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 treat ment of this disease Gne applica tion of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale by Chas C Davis COMPOSITEOBSERVATION CARS LimitIedservation car It affords women passengers an opportunity of enjoy ing the scenery with the greatest comfort and free from the fumes of tobacco smoke Throughout the car there has been placed a series of steel archer which bind sills andI sides together and strengthen roof in a manner which renders the car almost indestructible Chica LimIitedin time for dinner RouteChica go Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific linelTake LAXATINK BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if iUailslo cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25cts blues blacks and 25c to 50c yd Tans and 75c to 150 pr Tans and 8 125 Published Friday ROCKCASTLE JSring 00 sf xW our New Spring goods Our store is filled with the choicf f suitthePurses goodsforgoods browns novelties SIIOESL- udies Slippers Blacks Childrens Slippers prMensBlacks to350pr MATTINGS 100 Buggy Harness 550 1000 per set When you ready to buy your Spring goods r Cherrys Bargain Store is headquarters Attend our sales before you buy Prices j 0 and quality guaranteed 3 THO CHERRY HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS DCf a l B 2Y2 2 2jf2 2 2jf 2BB H The Gibralter of Rockcastle CountyM ta Financial Institutions mwBROBHEAD KY a caOffers eo to the people a safe and conservative t fSBanking System aanJtJOUNTS OF Finns and CorporatIons Sohel ted 1rus your business and we guarantee a ileacQant and profitable relation m a7depositsof X100 s mormore when left in bank and not checkfSupon for a period of six months 0 J W HUTCHESON Cashier m r r 9 o 9 t SSIJ MCKEEJa- ckson County The college at this place will soon be completed We look forward to a gocd school Another building to accommodate teachers will go up at once Rev Messier and family of New York will be here soon Rev Messier having charge as principal Mr Ward and family of London were visiting Dr Auryxs family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ward is a sister of Dr Auryx Mrs Nannie Clark a daughter of James Hayes of this place and Mr Bishop of California were married here Saturday Mr Bishop went to Cali foruia some time ago from Clay countySam Welch Jr visited his best at Richmond the last JohnsonIhas had typhoid fever is out and able to do his work as cashier in the bankJohn Parson is very low with consumption not expected to live but a few days The result of Saturdays Republican primary in this county April 8th the following were nominated County Judge James F Engle County Attorney G 1 Rader County Court Cerk D G Collier Sheriff Tyra Lainhart Jailer John Farmer Jr SchoolSupertntendent H F Minter Assessor JohnS Coroner J K Morris and Surveyor G F Hellard For Mag istrate McKee Sam Peters Lee Ward Pond Creek Sew ell Davidson Horse Lick John Hammond Coyle Hiram Deen Cavanaugh Big John Moore The election went off quiet no trouble in any part of the county but some candidates badly disturbed over being STRAW ydLargeHATS tlMelleLatest Styles in Mens Black and Brown fur Hats to 200 each i E to get spring tImOF IIJlnr1idual Give the again Lakes Sturgeon defeated LAND STOCK AND enopI Joe Frakes sold 19 feeders to Prewitt VanMeter nfl Clark at 5 55 per cwt 1 D Thompson bought an extra good pair of heavy mare mules of Fletch Mann for 8425Paris Ken Nuckols averaged 1430 on a crop of lohhds of to bacco in Louisville last week Hardin Field bought 20 head of 2 yearold steers from Lewis Mc W of Auder headwoOd1iord port the sale of Tapp Bros admin istrators of K S Tapp as followsi 8 yearling mules 76 each i 2year mule 59 pair 3 earold mules 301 pair syearold mules 325 pair yearold horse mules 247 3yearold mule 125 Jersey cow 30 cow and calf 37 dry cow 25 8 yearling steers 32 50 each 2 yearling bulls 40 each 2 steer calves 15 and 1950 Corn intrip i 96 per bblWinches DemocratThe Courier reports the following court day sales Mr J Lee Bridwell reports following sales Sow and 8 pigs 2225 sow and6 pigs 17 50 sow and 7 shoats 28 Jersey cow and young calf27 12 steers coming two year olds 2550 head heifer with first calf 23 73 bay horse 87 16 long 1700tbStatoes soc 5c aslfollowsyearold 2250 cow 1850 mare 60 mule 84 sow 1950 sow and six pigs 1250 lot Every = r of sheep 610 old cow 14 sorrel perheadmare 108 old mare 10 bunchof sheep ewes and lambs 7 a head sow and six pigs 14 Jersey cow and calf 2550 two year old steers at 22 per head FOR WEAK DIGESTION No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets will help you to gest your food It is not the quan tity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to the system but the amount digested and assim ilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fail to give these Tablets a trial Thousands have been benefitted by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Chas C Davis CALIFORNIAIs not from its gold fields For tunes are made from the wheat fields and the fruit farms Why not investigate the chances there Tickets 33 Chicago to California via Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and South ern Pacific line daily March i to May 15 1905 Rate for double berth 7 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara or Sacramento Tonaists folder with complete information sent free on request F A Miller General Pesngr Agt Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York S C D Dodd who has resigned as solicitor of the Standard Oil Co probably drew the largest annual salary of any individual in the Uni ted States 250000 Keep your bowels regular by the use of Chamberlains S tOFaCltalld LnerTabets There tS better For sale by Chas C Davis i MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY APR 14 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on a licatiollI FOR 3LAOISTRATE We are authoizcd to announce GRANVILLE LEECE as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fifth district composed of Browns and Brodhead t voting precincts subject to the action of the Democrats of that district IN Trimble county all of the candidates in the Democratic primary for county offices were required to take au oath that they would use neither money nor liquor in the furtherance of their race for the respective offices before their names were allowed to go on the ballot I do solemnly swear that I will neither in person nor by direction nor through my friends either di rectly or indirectly give loan or promise to any voter or any one fo him any money property spirit ous vinous or malt liquors or any thing of value for the purpose of promoting or influencing my elec tion and should anyone do any of the above named things for my benefit I do solemnly swear that I will not reimburse him in any way whatever and will exert every effort of which I am capable in making my race for the offices of of Trimble county a just and honest one If such a plan could be adopted in this county and it could if the voters would only demand it ho much better it would be Voters you are the people to say how things shall be conducted INDIANA Wisconsin and Michi gan have passed laws forbidding the use sale or manufacture of cigarettes in those States The Government and the people foresee all kinds of trouble and expense in enforcing the law while in Japa n they do the thing as easily as w make the laws Every father whose son smokes cigarettes is fined the equivalent of five dollars The f thereforfallsfine is sufficient toTnd unceaSLlhe maintain a zeal in watching th youthall of which may be good for the son the father and the Government in ways other than that of cigarette smoking Sam W Menifee editor of the Danville Advocate has announced Ofjthaton he stands equal rights andsame treatment to all will evidently be a strong drawing card for him Here is hoping that he will win with all ease A BOSTON clergyman says there are one hundred and fortytwo dif ferent religions in his church He might go a little further and say as Kipling did of the ways of writing poetry And every one of them is right THE womens Federation of Clubs is disussing the question What is the best preventive of divorce Jfwe were consulted we should venture to suggest three good meals a dav served at home every day in the year THE battleship Kansas is to fie christened with oil instead of champagne This ought to make smootb sailing TPOLITICS AND POLITICIANS A resolution was presented to the Tennessee Senate Tuesday by Mr Templeton of Knox county the purpose of which is to secure the consent of the Legislature to the creation of the proposednew State out of portions of Tennessee Kentucky Georgia Virginia and North Carolina Repi eseutalive Swager Shherley of Louisville was the chief orator at theannual banquet of the Hamilton Club in Chicago Saturday night Mr Sherleys subject was The Political Status of the South He said a wave of radicalism is sweeping over the country but thata great conservative party is als coming and that the South stands ready to do its part in the latter movement Theodore P Shouts President Roosevelts 100000 man says thafdirect business methods such as railroadsw Tyill be made use of in building the canal Monthly reports ofj progress for information of every body will be published He says the people are the stockholdersin the and the stockholders IAtucky have made up their minds that the best interests of the party and the State demand the smashing of the machine and they will commence the job by returning honest old Joe Blackburn to the United States Senate and complete it by nominating and electing sane able conscientious courageous statesman like Col John R Allan of Lexington as the next Govern or of Keut uckyMt Sterling SentinelDemocrat I JOHN PUAL JONES BURIED IN PARIS FRANCA 0 The New York Tribune publishes the following cablegram from Dumfries Scotland The report that John Paul Jones was buried in this city near which lie was born is unfounded He was buried in Paris where he diedThe Dum fries Standard Much interest has been taken of late in the efforts made bv Gen Horace Porter American Ambassa dorat Paris to find the bones of navalrof the American Revolution After much trouble Gen Porter secured permission to make exca vations by tunneling under the houses and other buildings covering the site of the cemetery where the naval hero was buried in 1792 but the results of the work thus far have been fruitless although at onetime it was thought that the coffin plate had been found The deciph ering of the almost illegible inscription however showed that it lea that of another man The further progress of the work has been stop ped for lack of an appropriation for the purpose of carrying it for ward Thewon ay A Wheelock editor of the St Paul Pioneer Press has sent a dispatch to his paper from Redlauds Cal that Jones was buried in Dumfries The authority quoted by Mr Whee lock was a Mrs Preston who stat ed not only that the body of Jones had Been taken from Paris to Dum fries but that his grave had been marked by a stone on which was inscribed John Paul Jones the Black Pirate Kirkcudbrighte1747 name was originally John Paul and Jones was added by him in 1773 in Virginia where he was settling the estate ofa brother who had died At the ovtbreak of the Revolution he offered his services to the Colo Britishe1779 when lUHomme h ed by the French Government was his most notable exploit for which he was decorated in France andreceived a complimentary letter from Gen Washington The Brit regardhimIn 1788 Jones entered the Rus sian service with the rank of Rear Admiral and aided Russia in her war with thelTurks but jealousies resignationInStates consul at Algiers but his commission had not reached him when he died from an attackof 1792Heeral by the National Assembly NEWS ITEMS The State Capitol Commission sold at public auction the residence- on the Capitol site and will within few weeks advertise for bids for the work of excavation for the new buildingThe Mercantile Association a getrichquick concern of Kansas City has closed its doors surprisingnlessage bye A warrant has been issued for the president of the concern Gov Cox of Tennessee has granted a stay of execution in the case of Tom Cox who murdered Po liceman Dowell in Nashville til May 5 Restated that he had de termined not to interfere in the case further than this The Federal grand jury at Portland Ore has returned in dictments against fifteen well known men of Oregon and Wash ington including onean mister for conspiracy to defraud the Government out of certain timber lands Chief Engineer Wallace of the Isthmian Canal Commission stated Tuesday that there are now practically five thousand men employed on the canal route and that the force is being steadily recruited He states that the sanitary condU lions are also being improved and that in a few months all the com forts that are practicable on any large work of the character will be Isthmus obtainable by those at work bifjhe Weve Hired Uncle Sam X10end 5I IaldLEVYSThird LOUISVILLE f F THE pLACE You looking for buy your Spring and Sum inergoocls is A C HIATTS rightsExamine our goods before buying elsewhere Bring iJlallY our CoujrtrD Produce We plY the highest market pries Eggs dozent C HIATT- HI r KY I Chicago St Douis and the Mir dle West have practically won their fight for lower freight rates to the Southeast At conference of rail way presidents in New York it was decided to make reductions iu the nearfuture The eight trunks examined by the Federal grand jury at Chicago are said to hold contents revealing Mence of most important char acter in tilt Dr Trust inquiry there being records lUc ntire transactions of the Aetna Trading Company under the name of which the combination of big packers are said to have transacted their secret business Many new witnesses have been summoned as the result of the finding of these trunks The President was greeted at Fort Worth Saturday by the largest gathering ever seen in that city The people manifested a deep inter est in the Chief Executive and eagerly sought an opportunity of getting near him At the station when the train was ready to depart tbe crowd fought their way past the police and sofdiers in order to get final look at him This to please him immensely He made a speech in which he spoke admiringly of Texas and TexansA from Frederick Okla homa says that foot races iu dulged in at the presidential hunting camp and that the President enterdin one of the sprints The result of the is not stated longest wolf hunt was twelve mileFl The wolf was caught The President was also entertained with coon hunt Secretary Loeb ar ed jack rabbits on the prairies near Fort Worth He and the President menl1bersin Fort Worth The United States far surpass ess every other country in the production of copper and consequently is less vitally interested in the discoveries of new foreign sources of sup ply than are some of the European nations They have about doubled their consumption since the great development of the electric indus tries began and have ibeeu a little anxious because meanwhile the worlds total production has in creased only little over onethird At last accounts Russia was doing best lo develop her topper region in Turkestan lAyerg Pills Want your moustache or beard- abeautifulUrowntirxIchblackUse I = = u 1 As our to snow and SELl our goodsand an investment through us is better than a Govern ment Bond This is a special offering of mens Spring Suits at They are black Thibets for dress wear and fancy Cassuueres and worstedS in light medium and dark lalterus for business wear They are GUARANTEED ALlWOOl and Imade in thoroughly uptodate styles What ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure blanks saying you saw THIS ad in THIS caccr t are to A f T I a a of a seemed were race a her agent Prof Jacques Loeb of thi Uni v city of California has mate a erimentsinurchins which is of the geatest im portancfc to students of heredity In fertilizing the eggs of sea urchins he discovered that in natural fertilization the eggs developed a peculiar membrane which he could secure by nieanss of chemicals Finally he found that by use of common vinegar and salt be could produce a membrane and that the eggs floated on the surface of the water exactly as they do in nature When the case against the Har gises and Ballahan were called in the Fayette Circuit Court the de shouldsbe tried separately and jhe Com monwealth announced thatthe case against Judge James Hargis should be called first Courfwas adjourned until yesterday morning to give the sheriff time in which to sum mon the jurors whose names were drawn from the wheel Arise White the most important witness for the prosecution reached Lex ington in charge of a special baliff The Russian Baltic squadron has passed Sinapore going eastwaard and it is believed that a naval battle is imminent A fleet of Japanese war vessels is thought to be only about thirty miles away St Pe tersburg officials however think that Admiral Togos main bodyof warships is at the Island of Formosa and that the naval engagement will take place in about ten days There is much excitement at Sing spore anticipation of a collision between the hostile fleets in Malayan waters A dispatch from Hong Kong savs the China squadron is putting out to sea in anticipation of hostilities BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It you havent s regular healthy movement ot the KeepyonrbowelsTiolent physic or pill poison li aaneeronn Tba oUeeplvctheCANDY CATHARTIC IEAT EM LIKE CANDY DoGoode0cents perbwzWrite farlnesampleaadbook Jet hea1th Address 433Ior KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN t Keep them in the house Take one when you feel bil ious or dizzy They act di rectly on the liverlore BUCKINGHAMS DYE nm en or i x I JI ov SPRINGOD81 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 lOur aim has always been to furnish atIthethis year we are better prepared than ever before to reach that stand r ardCOME examine our stock of Ladies and Gents Furnishings get our prices and see it we are not correct- J C ROCKER CO Livingsfon Kg OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO II By the superb double ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis ElegantDiningMexico is the investor mtes1liberalis the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see rearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Moun tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv 38 Dollars TOE California AND THE NORTHWESThhhh Uhh u FIt03 IOLISlILTEiVIA THE Heuderson Route hOh com CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 ee Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKKRS Rates to tbe West and Southwest on certain dates teIf yoif contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsover the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louisville and St Louis uFree reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in Sr Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUISVILLE KY The entire catch of seals this year is estimated at 160000 Last year the number was 284000 American diplomats in Paris after comparing notes declare that they see no immediate prospect of peace bet ween Russia and Japan FRIGHTFUL SUFFERING RELIEVED Suffering frightfully from the J virulent poisons undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the result he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties Guaranteed 25c at all druggists The trial ofjohn R T Barbour on the cbargeofmurdering Francis J Hagan resulted in a dIsagree- ment the jurors standing eight for acquittal and four for conviction Thejury was out two hours and a half The American Book Company has paid Mason county the amount againstiting school books cheaper elsewhere than in that county The judg ment and costs amounted to n 888 ii S ueEi11 Robert Cox 6i cjIWAIST PATTERNS visitcr c our store and examine our elegant line of spring T a and summer Waist Patterns For style beau ty and quality the very latest thing on the market g Come early and get first choi- ceROBT COX pone No GG Mt Vernon Ky a a iss Robert Cox i 1s1 s 61911111111111111111111111111111111111 Innnnn AJ f S tlmE5SE daaandras1oe fat giacgul appear ance and 0inhsJan build- TheLENoXb9 sseir ctrJA = Phone No 832 7l UU1UllUllUl1HUlUlHUU1U1 s t 1lJI We Sell Tpe = Tennent Shoes The Produced A Fit For Foot 1 A Price For Purse I JONAS 3 Mt Vernon ICy lUiiiiilliiiiiiiliiiiiiiliiliiiiiiK n n I GRANVILLE OWENS IlUNDERTAKERI I W r l qCOMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes I All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled r rJYtJvL 3FW YOUR BANKING HN- omatter how small no mattter how large THE of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This messngeriplies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and tint checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier t J T ADAMS VicePres A B FUHNISH Asst Cash To Cure a Cold in One Day TomLs Celebrated I Best Ever Every Every McKENZIE ae3e38c BANK c8 CarecCrip 1ie Two Days OIIBVey IZSCe- a l GOODSOur Mohairs are very stylish this season We have them plain and fancy 50e to150 SILKSWe are showing a wide range of Colors and Patterns in the new weaves 39c to 125 Fancy Silks at 45 50 and 75c 36 inch guaranteed black Taffeta X100 per card WASH GOODS yardSilkLINEN36 inch all Linen Suitings at 25 35 and 50c per yard Our 25c Linen is a big seller Big line of Suits Skirts Rain Coats Etc at very low prices SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY IMT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY APR 14 1905 79 Call up Ko you wont to SIGNALZcut with 1 JJ2Lrn TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffiee as second class mail matt- erPEIISONAL Sheriff H L Tate is bettertJames Davault has gone to Denham expects to go to brakeing next week P L Nash is well pleased with his new home at Berea Mrs W Sparks will entertain the Flinch Club tonight Ben Martin of Rowland was here Saturday on business Mrs Jones who was kicked by a horse several days ago is better Mrs Margarite Grimes will go to Richmond next week to visit Henderson has gone to f new road between Jellico and Knoxville Mrs Cleo Brown went to Livingston Wednesday with a line of spring hats R L Collier passed through Wednesday to Pine Hill to load some timber J P Lechleiter is in Corbin where he is having three new houses erected Miss Maud Watson of Brodhead is working with Mrs Cleo Brown in the millinery store J G Frith was here yesterday having a car of lumber loaded for CranorSmith Lumber Co Hot J N Saunders was up from Stanford Monday taking deposit tions in the Shiplet bankrupt We are glad to be able to report oar good friend J N Brown slight 2 ly improved as compared with last weekCashier J W Hutcheson of Brodbeadand A B Furnish were given the Royal Arch degree here Mouday UarrpP Jones President of th Big Hill Coal Co came over Mon day and took the third degree in MasonryW Carson the lightning painter and paper hanger is doing some work for Drs S C Davis and M L Myrs Misses Annie Thompson and Bettie Pennington have been em f P Toyed to teach the public school at this place GYW Brooks and Miss Ella Dunn were here from Brodhead Wednes day shopping Mr and Mrs James Hocker of Livingston passed through Tues 1 day to Stanford to see his father J F Hocker who is very sick Mr and Mrs John H Fish of Blue Ridge Ga passed throUl on No 22 yesterday en route t Nashville to have their baby ex amined by a Specialist For past three weeks the babys f has been drawn to one side and the Blue Ridge physicians thought it was a paralytic stroke LOCAL Charley Martin was acquitted ati Shepheidsville Wednesday charg ed with complicity in the lulling ofMarshal Haley of Lebanon June vition says an unofficial report rrc The Christian church is soon to have a new coat of paint adertisejmoney Moore father of William IMr died at his home nea Sparks Quarry Monday Read the advertisement of A C Hiatt and profit by taking advantage of the bargain which he offer- you The first Sunday excursion to Cincinnati will run April i6th 150 lor round trip from Livingston Mondays wind storm seems to overmthe State and much damage was done Monday was a busy day with the Masons The Blue lodge spent the entire day at work and the Chap ter most of the night There will be a temperance con est held at the school house Pine Hill Friday night April i4th Everybody cordially invited In the last eight days A C Hiatt the Hiatt merchant has bought between 900 and 1000 dozen eggs How is that for an egg trade Dr S C Davis has bought of Willis Adams the lot between Krue ers lime kiln and MrLech leiters property He will com mence the erection ot a building on it right away The wind storm Monday changed ends with Postmaster W B Smiths new house partially completed Also the roofs toS C Franklins barn and the barn on the MrsI Stephens property were moved to other quarters The cat load of pipe for bringing the gas in from gas well NO1 isI now being distributed between Kruegers lime kiln and the wellI Orus Bowers an experienced oilI and gas man has been employed to lay the pipe The report has been current that Dr M Pennington was thinkingof leaving Mt Vernon but when askc by a SIGNAL representative as to the correctness of the report said That such areport was un founded and that he did not now and had never had any inten ion of leaving Mrs Laura E Tyree daughter of Mr Solomon Riddle died Friday of dropsy after an illness of several months The suffering which she endured must have been something terrible She was swolen that those who had no seen her since her affliction were Thee burial took place Saturday iu the Mt Vernon cemetery Mr George Livesay since the strike of gas on his farm well No i is unwilling to let the de velopment stop at where it is but proposes to buy a complete rig and begin another well at once if the Rockcastle Development Co will guarantee him three or four wells to put down in the county Have we enovgh enterprising men to start the work It is to be sin cerely hoped we have The losing of just such opportunities as this for development is what is holding our county back William Flynn formerly of Brod head this county a brakeman for carhs Louroel county Saturday and was killed He was mangled his head both groundoo off and body crushed Part of his remains was brought to London Saturday night and turned over to an undertaker and the other part foundiHe leaves a wifewho was daughter of the late J M Roberts and one child His remains were taken to Brodhcad his old or burialL = 114 YOU PERHAPS DONT KNOW Of the magnitude of our stackof Dry Goods Notions Shoes Carpets Curtains Ready made Suits Skirts Waists Etc But the purpose of this ad is to tell of a stock of first class dry goods so close to you Before you send to the cities and pay high city prices make a visit to our store and let us show you a well assorted stock of desirable dry goods etc Our Spring showing of Silks Mohairs Wash Goods Skirts Suits Waists Low Shoes Ribbons Lnces Carpets Rugs Mattings and Oil Cloths is worth your attentionj Iyeralof the younger set of boys before the court this week for riding trains There i hardly a train which stops here that there can not be seen from one ofrthe side of the cars at some tine before it gets outside of the switch The American Book bonsof 10000 which was forfeited to Mason county State Superintend ent Fuqua has notified the County Superintendents the counties un der the former county adoption lag that it will be unlawful for the Commonwealth to continue using or to permit to be used any of th text books published by the said American Book Company on any such county adoption contracts as all such county adoptions are for feited by said company by its refusal to execute a new bond for the continuance of such county adop tions The Truant law had a test before Judge Waddle in cases of John Hammock and Phil Gossett both cases bing compromised and withdrawn before judgment was rendered The penalty for refusal to send children of school age to the public school is 5 a day for each day after due notice and the Board of Education is very determined on the laws enforcement until its constitutionality is questioned and testedSomerset JournalAn enforcement of this law is needed very much in this county There are numbers of children in the county whe never go to school a day in the year WHY DOES EASTER VARYIn the early church Easter was identical in date with the Jewish Passover but the Council of Nicaea 325 A D fixed a different date It was decreed that Easter should fall on the first Sunday after the 14th day of the moon that happens to be reigningat the time of the vernal equinox The equinox was arbitrarily made March 21 although in reality it sometimes comes a little earlier or later For example sup pose the equinox moon is just 14 years on March 21 and that dayc falls on Saturday Then the next day would be Easter This Easter may be as early as March 22 or as late as April 25 In 1761 and I8i8 Easter fell on March 22 but this will not happen in this century ItI will fall on March 23 in 1913 It fell on Aril25 iv 1866 and will do so again in 943Ex LIY1N1xSTONt We are still on the map of Kentucky and Livingston is not dead yet Mrs Mullins has her cot tapes all rented and could rent as many more if she had them Good people are moving away hut good people are coming inHarry Ma gee is able to be out again after a ten days seige of tonsilitasMrsI R A Sparks and children of Hig Cliff Tenn are the guests of Mesdames Harry Magee and Wm T Merimee Mr and Mrs Fisher are again at at the Eight Gables Hotel There will be services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning amIeven ing do ducted by the Rev D Marshall The ladies of Livings ton and vicinity are cordially ed to attend the Spring opening of millinery at the home of Mrs E S Elmore Saturday April isth Mr and Mrs E S Elmore and son have returned home after a weeks visit in Louisville Dr J S Coop er presented Mrs Cooper with a handsome new upright piano Tuesday grandsodn visait W W Wright and family Mrs J S Cooper and Archie returned home last Saturday from Louisville They were the guests of Mrs Jessie Roller Miss Nellie McFerrou Bernstads Pine Hill and Mrs James Sam fl were Mrs W J Childress guests Tuesday Mr and Mrs J C Hocker were called to Stanford Monday on account of the serious illness of Mr J F Hocker J C will remain with his father until McClurdVernon and the Misses Jaley and Bessie Reynolds of Maretburg were the guests of Mrs George Reynolds Saturday and Sunday Mesdames Tubbs and Mullins entertained Mr and Mrs F P supeper departure for Mt Olivet They were also entertained by Mrs J E Singleton Miss Allie Fish of Be rea and Mrs Cleo Brown of Mt Vernon were in town this week withspring millinery DEATHS c iitizensthe home of his daughter Mrs Bessie Kinsolving Thursday morning March 30 1905 at 830 oclock The funeral will take place at tie residence with services conducted by Rev J B Meacham at 2 ocloc- his k t afternoon and burial in Mach pelah Mr Benton was 75 years of age andwas a native of Bourbon county His wife who before marriage was Miss Willie Ragan daughter oftbe late William Ragan preceded him to the grave several years Mr Benton until recent years was engaged in farming and was a usefuland enterprising farmer He was of that type of the splendid old Kentucky gentleman that is rapidly becoming extinct He was a man of fine native sense courte ous gentlemanly always ever an advocate of the tight andIsteel as a friend x such a man ISa loss to any com munity He is survived by two children Mrs Kinsolving of this city andb Dr Percy Benton of Brodhead KyMt Sterling Sentinel Dem ocrat of last Friday RELIGIOUS The vote of the Pennsylvania Presbytery in favor of union with Cumberland Presbyterian church virtually decides the question so far as the Cumberland church is concerned in favor of the proposed union The 40th Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School As sociation will be held jit Somerset IIstrongof Philadelphia Rev E W Hal penny of Indianapolis and Mr W C Shafer ofl Fairmoijnt are to b e the visiting speakers Eachis the General Secretary of Iris State and mahplans elv State is entitled to representation and a large attendance is expected THE SECRET OF HAPPINESSil The man who everynthing that is depressing and dis brighrt side even of his misfortunes and otf happiness and success has made himself a magnet to draw friends cheer brightness and good fortune on a dull day There is no accomplishment no touch of cult ure no gift which will add so much to the alchemtic power of life as the optimistic habit the determinaI tion to be cheerful and no matter what comes tows It will smooth rough path light u gloomy places and melt away ob stacles asthe sunshine melts snow on the mountain sideEx The total membership of the or der of Knights of Pythias is 622 353 a net gain the past year of 27 583 reached Mens S 3e A K Y in as i I1 and children leather before buying elsewhere Itt MATTINCS sOcCurtains Shades Poles-We beautifying SHOES Grand Spring Offerings spring stock Dress goods IOur Organdies white goods etc the largest and most complet town and prices cheap anyoneIsigns SHOES FARMERSItheMATTINGS FURNITURE save some money thank for their the past invite to and share alike in the many We offering in our big stock of VYours for fair and dealings OLD PER W have tile Goods and are making the priee to cc d4 IN THE STATEJ i A putty factory with a capacityj often tons a day i C Bolinor0rccn In Versailles and Woodford county damage was by f rrrwind and lightning r The Kentucky College Assoc tion was organized at members of the Cen E tral Kentucky cones E were reAbout 400 irsturned byte Franklin county grandly against the Standard S OU Company for failure to take out peddlers license under the legislative act of 1902 Tom who was convicted of in the of James B Marcum at Jackson was taken to the penitentiary begin serving life sentence toI Mrs Mary Brockwell of cah who poisoned her three children will probably be sentenced this week to life in t1 the penitentiary her attorneys and the attorneys for the Common wealth having reached an agree ment to this The production of oil in the Ken field is increasing and the Standard Company is im proving its pipeline facilities scattered is under way and some of it has resulted favorab In Wolfe county oil was found beingnfifty barrels a day A strong flow of gas was also found in Wolfe 4ycrs j When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparilla ale and your is thin Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous He orders this medicinePSaroiuirllU inj fimiljr Jt tonic at wonderful for pure blo1DC sloe bottle I YEa co drumsclt tau Weak Nerves AyerSPMlI CARPETS We have Carpets 10c to65c Big line of Rugs 98c to 500 Lenolium 45c and 50c per yard and have all the necessaries for the homeLace Curtains 48c to 650 per pair Curtain Swiss lOc to 25c No doubt our reputation for selling good Shoes at moderate prices has your ears We keep Womens and Childrens Shoes Thingsj Gloves Hosiery Underwear we dont forget to hair of is ist dies IOurIIsuitsCome in and buy your plows hoes bridles saddles and harness Iiand all other farm implements etc of us and we will yon J i We our friends patronage in and cordially all 12 coma bargains are goods honest W IRON WANTED 25GTS 1D0Efts a E you want suit tnhaRCCedat much done Lexgton- y Faculof White participation assassination imprisonment effect tuckyTennessee Much work blood breakdown WeiHfeYen orInnell ETC L1 ADAMS m I 1 I1TTTmtmnnlIDlJ Willis Criffin- MPRACTICAL 3AN- DFUNERAL ZZ DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky Stock Can furnish on short notice 5 Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming zj done Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled Phone No 63 iiflUliUllUltiitIllllillUIUtiitiltillllfiUtiUitlilitfltitl ll 1BBBBBBB ATTENTION oaaaoaao DR S C DAVIS Ityi IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR m DRUGSD W pay a Prescription Extra to of m The Purest and Best Drugs only used in my w =PRACTICE BBBSBBB ATTENTION aa aoaf O Chas C Davis 3rjejt CUT MEO1JTalldTakeTod Chas C Davis mrmtng UNDERTAKER Complete Special Attention Diseases Children Ieca SAND GETS S A U j 1 BOTTLE OF WINE OF UARDUI ta1 BOX OF BLACK DRAUGHT ALL FOR 100EO HANDSOME CALENDAR FREE WITH EVEERYORDER CHAS C DAYIS QPOSITE COURT HOUSE Phone No 64 tits Chas C Davis ti7 W W LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA ISo many people who have apparently recovered from an attack of La Grippe are stricken with Pneumonia This is due to the fact that the Bronchial Tubesand Lunge are left weakened and unable to resist disease FOLLY HONEY TAR only cures La Grippe Coughs and prevents Pneumonia but strengthens the Lungs so they not be susceptible to the development of serious lung troubles Do not take chances with Inot Iunknown P ANDrecosts you no more and is safe and sure Contains no opiates had a bad case of La Grippe about ten years ago which left my Lungs II that have been troubled more or less every winter since until used HONEY AND TAR which cured me completely and my Lunga Rr trouble meJ H BROWNING DDS Orrick Mo veryI I Three endtheSOLD IIID REGOIiIENDED fAT VERNON DRUG CO I PRCES 92 IN We have sold our store building and mu close out our goods PRICES CUT HALF TWO Come and buy your Shoes SMrfsy Overcoats and Clothing of all Kinds L We have a nice ine of winter Dress Goods that OFGENERAL you can buy at your Own Price KRUEGER SONS Vernon Kentucky I tYourOLD HICKORY CHIPS 0By our Associate Editor The ship Colorado has been sent to maintain order in Venezuela If it succeeds in giving Castro the trouble that its name sake has given the United Vene zuela will become tractable at once Consul General Gunther ol Frankfort defends the junket on the ground that excursions to engender friendly feelings betwee- nations That may be true but they dont help to engender ly feeling among the excursionists and if any of our legislators are still on speaking terms when they return from the Philippines next it will be a surprise II One hundred and riwomenin the recent opening of in Dakota and a matrimonial that resmbles the gold rush to California has set in Meji from all of the country are offering themselves to the fortunate the majority of them being College graduates from the East goes to show that a college education does not unfit tine for matrimony rSt invited President Cas tro to theXrOuisiana Purchase Exposition and le declined but nt propose to give him sheI cQme he of up to of is to was to it G 157 St a severe case of La Grippe and it left her a bad s of and it BY at 1 F Mt f here States help friend lands South rush parts young which Louis when Queen Orescent Haute SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport PointsnADDRESSEtfAXENTravPassYAgt Sto cxington Ky AlllrIT Mgr W CRINEARSON Crn Pass 4jt a C w J that army his the Mississippi Mrs Weitghtman Walker the chest woman in the world and who refused allow her sisterin law a paltry thirty million dollars her fortune said have left Phil adelphia because she unable Evidentlyit Senateitaccomplish US8 CINCINNATI R1bberSfCesf Salesman EG BOQQ5 I 04Y VACHER Osgood Chicago says My wife had with very cough She bottle FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR gave immediate sizes25c CUT TWO I WA Gen A policeman of South Sh Erg ground up a clay pipe admin perisaved herlifetruWON A NAME OF FAMEml freDeWiUsLittleearIy beenemade htarm puelsfor billiousness constipation etc East They dinot weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once rausedstrengthen Sold by the Mt Ver nonDrug Company ITO THE WEST SOUTH perWCALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific RouteRailwayfrom St Louis Cairo or Me h greatly reduced Oneway C rates on February 21 March to achiIeste States Great opportunity for the sta0each month limited 21 days Lands Cheaparerates now in winter resorts of the eformSouthwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Mission Pacific R or Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays cbangeDescriptive etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult Ticket Agent or address R 301NortonA report is current in New fortoa combination of Southern properties President Maben the SlossSheffield Company has left New York after an unsatisfac THwhoThe people of the United States are still land hungray standing the fart that ac to commissioner of the General Land Office W A Richards there are approximately 483000 acres of excludinguppressof on Indian5Oneer is being thrown open to settlement the aboriginal occupants being given farms in ty if they desire to live the white men A TRIED AND TRUE FRIEND contains110tand it has been curing cough r olds croup and whooping asbemany who use it Mrs E uiCoughingened me that 1 run down 248 to 92 pounds After number of remedies to One Minute Cough Cure qtnonTHE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY 3IOM4SEEKERS AIVDblcsbnro JNYESTORS EICURSIOl RATESTWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own theirhomes Cheap land producing proheretin any- schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of ed wildsvegetables for early t can be bought for acre can be made to yield iop 200 per acre in orchard and M arcFirstnth we sell hpmeseekers tickets Memphis and Cairo at one tripblApr chfare1500 wILowof Memphis and Cairo pcCountryes will be mailed upon L 0 SCHAEFER T COTTON BELT RQU CINCINNATI QI TJING WORTH KNuWI v The seven principal electri withtheircapitalofJ09106ooo RussrJapanese reliableIunofficial blacKsmith of Cecil county Mary throughIthe one hundred and eightee Greek govern ment basal oar itAmericancomplaintsinturnished of late by the monop thatAmericanitySome high speeds are achieved on the continent The Nort of France railway has 1I l whichare timed to do 57 mile- over rer hour platform to lot form The gre iMst speed eve cordedwas made last year b electric train on the Berlin Zoss ep Military railway 147 miles long when a speed of 131 miles ofthThetunnel through the Alps is event that attracts universal a lion as one of the greatest eng ISting feats of history The ancientis dwarfedIby such evement as the boring o hty hole through the ru mountains It is twelve compartmentme EnglandVales and ing that there was one petition of marriage in filed in the courts in rgo about each 32500 population Ex pcrimental or trial marriages seemingly are not encouraged aythe ease of securing divorce sent iment of the people cast by the courts is clearly again vorces or the divorced A sea level canal at Panama has grown in favor since the date of the purchase of the French companys engineersT of now the submitt recommendations for the construction of such a canal it a minimum depth of 35 ftetthe z3o5off butofate on account of the locks o brrBrie E VERY BEST REMEDY FOR Bower TROUBLES No FAinlof LY CAN AFFORD TO BE MOordingColicCholea forbowelHanlon editor of the Des CHlaudsmy family for several years I am canlicremedy in the house It is certain ForlivesADJOINING COUNTItake A meeting was held at I ton Saturday and an Association of the K anccoughas stated iu resolutions cymmittGertrudefor the general advanc educational interests iu th to the promotrying e sectie byentirely es an reon and uniting JL= to CommiWinchester woFORat Mid will be blown in the Ijth andwith No 2 seveMONT9put of the two furnaces will gate 400 tons early wilJofalmost11Jacksonhis constituents was shot ia Clay county by Tilford 1yrBen=whom he had previous trouble occurredstobits Howard was a brother of Wick Howard formerly a Crab Orch merchant raEfatallybutbyH Wolfe of Bear Grove la death He says Two agO I hadkidnev trouble sufferingBitters which effected a corn cure I have also found themeggreat benefit in general themPdruggistsTEguarantees at soc CENTS1ith IN some conditions the e gain from the use isIereason we put up a dfiftycent size which is ordinaryhas a trial for babies thand children In other conditions the gain isIcannotcfbe built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken food1ea Its a food for tired and weak digestions JsScott Bowne 4094i5 Pearl UYWith the distinguished occupant White House hunting fero animals in the Western wilds intenGoverneerrunning by acquired moment in its accustomed grooves There inWeEsh tmilesthe Government revolves like planet in a frictionless ether Brines are collected supplies thefirkszare issued investigations are made by the Departments of Agrtcul CThetimest of peace the arts of war More more it is forced upon us that wear a big country and if it were true two thousand years ago no man liveth to himself and man dieth to himself how much htruer must it be of the heirs of the age equipped with gun powder steam lightning and printing p We believe that Cuba the Pt pines and even Spain have been teTi ny the pence which we Domingohaspeace and honesty through ministrative interference Doctrine first proclaBw cn we had not a our mebroadercence HatchAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THE BfcsTAND MOST POPULAR childrenrallroadwere coughs and elderly people it for la grippe say Moore ofChamberlainsother kind It seems to have n the lead over several other noexing ques best coughsandadult that is afflicted Ialcures and cures Sol Hneas thee Car rean under the bening ae g United States are as essen American as is the Medeter a I a British lake methosegreat anP pacific step will be taken make Anglo American influence otent and pacific throughout TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersigned baviugbeen recto health by simple means after suderi ral re rs with a severe lung isnnxiousdesireaggltfreeofcba thwillallthroatinvalnablecost them nothing and may drove a EDWARDA J It Diisnf SClrlFlltsmOlto be told the truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are factorygswhohsosieunsedin freshaaw C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY otTbegiventoPhone No 80 M L MYERS DentistMt FirstClass Work CldlnaniVilhams73Will at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon C McCLARY nder ecke r Embalmer Complete CasketsRnline attendtinpromptly urnStanford Ky W M Francisco WORKSemaBrodhead Ky MonumentsRevareand Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTGIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY ureCOURT CALENDAR OUNTY COURTFourth Mon in each month MonIndMonday SepnoTh COIIRTird CHURCHES ssServices at the Christian ChurchPreachiris o 730 atpP SundayrayerThe public are pmcordially Invitedall services to attend idPresbterianHolls services on the morning and evening aPtlat ChurchServices on the ThirdSaturday night and Sunday Sundayschool at 9am every eting on Tuesday nights Prayer MASONIC da MonyMT VEPYON R A CHAPTER No HOIEETSevery SECOND MONDAYpm MACCABEES larosCoinCHAS= Indigestion Causes Catarrh of tHe StomachFor many years it has been supposed that tndgestiandRapealedmucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ofSfaIyo o Cure all inflammation of the mucoua mbranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings indigestionspepsia EatiaettaMtheprepared by DWITT k Ohleao Ill VFRNONnCOecton COUCHrrTHE LUNCS WITHh FOR c DrKins I Nel Discovery I ONSUMPTION andfOLDS PriceI allTHROATIiES or MONEY BACK GUARANTEED FOR PILES protrudingif Pazo Ointment fails to howlong andIMedicine 1tIlakHIDtIMya atwl Eta Rfpt C r