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I Z= Established 887 GUIlt it1iaiI igull IVOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE KY FRIDAY MAY 1905 NUMBER 82 IU T Hul8RU SHIRTWAIST SUiTINGS rHEwriter is stumped How these varying glories in Shirtwaist Suitings In design and style these goods are beauties It sounds very tame doesnt it Youll appreciate just how tame it is when you see the goods themselves No type can do them justiceall so pretty and tempting that its hard to express a preference And the values Were it not that these novel stylish things cost less here than elsewhere they wouldnt be here We must sell the SameGoods- for Less Money For service nothing is prettier better or more cleanly aSilk Shirtwaist Suit We have the colorsat 50c a yard you can have pick of all the newest styles and HERE in Calicoes Lawns Ginghams Organdies Battistes Linens fcc C Clothing THE fOR THE THE is combination of cir THERE to which the dis tinct and decided progress of our Clothing Department is traceable First of all COHKS the grade makeup and tit then our always lower prices and last but not least our big stock Whats the use of saying more Our prites talkSpecial bargains in Summer Clothinggood through April MayCome and Sea GLOVES have bested everybody WE on glovesthats the de cision of hundreds of people who have seen and tried our F P Sargent Union Made work gloves No rivets out seems they fit are heat and waterproof Price 100 to 125 pair One pair of these will outwear two pairs of any other brand W I ShoesOIt J c f c IY cr 5 p 1 c a a THE MEN THE TIlE CHILDREN do you buy Shoes WHERE If not whynot We carry the newest things the prettiest and best line in Eastern Kentucky Prices 25 par cent cheaper than the cheapest Have you tried a pair of our mens high top heavy Shoes at 98 cents a pair Mens Ladies and Childrens black and tan Oxfords at prices to please and fit any purse or foot Guaranteed Overalls and Jumpers Very Little to Pay w LADIES ELL gentlemen of the Overall Brigade remember tha we guarantee endorse and commend the great reI Union K R Overalls and ers Whenwe guarantee a thin we have to know all about ithave to know the stuff the sew ing the value and everything about it isright Our overalls are right You can bet on that Prices 50c to 100 per garment iHAT trade we have well holdwhat we havent- we will get as quickly as our Underselling methods be come understood oOUR3 per ct than a on 6 l JU J- t J LEVEL GREEN IHere I sit propped up in the bed Monday pm trying to writea slow go This beats none tho ort what Daniel said when he himself in the Lions den We are somewhat better of course after being so pleasantly enj tertained Sunday by our consinsI aged cousins Mesdanies MargarI et Snodgrass and rence the one my mothers oldest living relative the other my fatbj ers oldest accompanying thoseI good ladles were Mrs Georgia 1VerDongrandson of Mrs Snoegrass three C generations Who will beat thii l It is needless for me to attempt tohtell you how pleasantly I spent the afternoon We laid sickness and to dead issues aside and talked the living present but no one can tether time or tide and the hour soon arrived for their departure Come again good people If the well could only realize how much real satisfaction it affords a poorE shutin they would surely spendS more time with themBro to Hurst who has been sorely afflicted nigh on to five years similar to but more severely than vour hunibe servant spent a good portion of two days encouraging me last week He is indeed a philosopher go and possesses patience like Job Such visits are worth more than doctors medicine indeed they ant J W Brown and James 1 White were here on business connected with the Standard Oil Co last week J J Towery is no better it seems tho Ive not seen him since the November election Mrs Jere Logsdon died of consumption last weekG W Owens is severely afflicted at present with a complication that seems to baffle the skill of our doctors M B DeBords younger son whose condition seem to ed hopeless last week is now much improved Miss Vira DeBord turned from State College Monday Joseph B Brown returned to Kentucky University last week after a visit of some length to h ome folks Joe is striving to be a Campbellite preacher Victor Browu seems to hold a firm grip on the night office at Jel lico Tenn Hurra for VicWm- J Brown and sister Ora visile ldthe family of Gene McWms and Bill made another hoss swap J M Craig is buying the peoples it wool This beats sending it to factories We are delighted toII learn that the health of Eugene Mullins sou of our friend Reubin has so much improved since he went to New Mexico Messrs Oliver and Jesse Wallen are de lighted with their new home at Kempner Tex and report much improvement in their health We hope the good Lord will especially bless the three good ladies and lie tie Ollie too that accompanied O and J to their new home and may many years be added to a long life of happiness there and usefulness yetA J Pike preached at Lib erty SundayThe Sunday schools a at Poplar Grove Mt Pleasant Niceley school house and Chapel are on a boom but most or allof them will die or migrate when winter approaches as usualMrs hastbeen afflicted so long and se verely is slowly improvingNorc ton Hamlin ate selling lots o theigstore BUCK VARNON SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly andlLaguaranteed Trial bottle free The Santa Fe railway officials re port that all damage to their roa bedresulting from the floods in Arizona and New Mexico has been repaired and the line is now open C It All OHCllAUD McDades Fun Makers have been holding a protracted show a place since last They left WednesdaymorningI Jasper called to see his uncle Geo Thom sonMrs Kate Pettus who went to Livingston with her brother WI T Merimee afer her husband h died returned to her home here n sister Miss IIIsister at Stanford has returned her sons R H Bronaugh D Payne says his patrol is learn to talkMrs SH Estes whoj as been confined to her room with pneu ralgia for several days is able J be out Bro Ellis of Lancaster preached at the Baptist church Sunday lastBro Livingston preached for the Christian church We have had another wedding in our midst Thos Wells a young farmer near here and Miss Kitty Singleton daughter of J N the sawmill man drove Stanford on the 20th of April and were united in the ho ybond of wedlock They were accompanied- by Mr Henry Wells and daughter Miss Myrtle May the good work on till instead of sourfaced bachelors and lonely overworked women who are only waiting which is all a woman can do for a worthy man to ask the all import ant question our land shall be filledwith happy homes where each partner shall seek to make the other happy and make the earth more like a paradise How much sorrow might be alleviated in this worldif every one sought an others happiness instead of his own If we hunt for happiness well find it no other way =The Odd Fellows met here on April 2 6 celebrate the Eightyfifth anniversary of their order Bro Huey made an interesting talk at the Baptist church in which he explain ed the principles of the order which summed up menu nothing more nor less than obeying the Scriptural injunction to visit the fatherless and the widow and keep yourself unspotted from the world He went on to say that man may obey strictly every ordinance of the or er to the letter and live in fUll fellowship with each other but if he have not fellowship with God shall profit him nothing in the world to come as Paul said Though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor and give my body to be burned and have not love it profiteth me nothing I think if we love our fellow man sincerely- as we should it is evidence of our love of God How TO WARD OFF OLD AGE The most successful way of warding off the approach of old age is to maintain a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to your age and occupation and when any disorders of stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct it If you have weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find these Tablets to be just what you need For sale by Chas C Davis The monthly statement of the public debt shows that it increased 8593384 during April There was also a deficit in receipts asj with expenditures of Thefthererwas an increase for the year of 44164372 in national banknotes A CREEPING DEATH PlooJ poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J EIStearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand whhich swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 250 at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drug store L Litman a Louisville traveling salesman who was arrested at To ledo 0 charged with defrauding a hotel was sentenced to the work house for ninety days and fined the cost of the case against him isdecideddis ove when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used Sold by Chas C Davis rw XiiFiPFor Spring and Summer Goods is now at its height and you are debating in mind where is the best place to buy them Let us solve the problem for you by iyour g your attention to our Complete Line and Low Prices A few of which we iDRESS GOODS ydMohairNice Suiting 15c Organdies all colors lOc Canvass Back Ducks all colors lOc Nice Dress Lawns ac to 7Ac SHOES andtaiper pr 1 Lot 100 pairs Misses Shoes in Tans and Ir 1prMetisLot 75 pairs Mens Fine Shoes 95c prLadiesMens Shoes in Tans Blacks Patent Leather Ladies Slippers at 75c to 175 per pr Full Line of Buggy Harness that we can iBreaststropDo not fail a call We want your and will you OUR IOTTOGood Goods at to Prices fair treatment Every COUNTY than Silkall UNDERWEAR Underskirts suiti and and flail something DropHead cesW CHERRYBR- ODILEAD KENTUCKY VJ o o 11 191 1 1 1BB Glbralter of Rocl Financial Countyto I CITIZeNS BftNK m OF BRODHEADI KY Offers to the people a conservativerBanking System a Firms Corporations liclled your business and guarantee a pleasCaant and profitable relation per cent interest deposits 100 more left in the and not ed for a period of six months J HUTOHESON Oashierm 4 J LEE AT A GLANCE Born in county Va 1835 He was a nephew of Robert E Lee Graduated from States Military Academy in 1850 of caValry at West Point 1860 61 Lieutenant of First Virt ginia cavalry 18612 made 18631Hadhim and at Winchester Va September 1864 Commanded whole cavalry corps ofarmy of Northern Virginia from March 1865 until surrendered to Meade at Farmville Governor Virginia 1886 90 United States Consul to from 1893 until war was declared with 5898- Appointed of States volunteers May 1898 in command Seventh army corps Military Governor of January t 1899 Later command of the ment Missouri United States army until retired upon reaching the age limit TO CONSUMPTIVES undersicned having been restored to health by simple means after suffering for several yeirs with a severe lung affection disease is sireersit he cheerfully send a of the prescription used which they a cure aU throat hmt MALADIES hopes all as it is incli whichnable1hosedesirtthem a kio niuacB YorkrLImar t yr P1 1 1 iN Published Friday i Ladies Vests lOCo f each Mens Underwear 45c per Ladies in Black and White 75c to Nice Line Line Ladies Dress Skirts in Brown Gray at X200 to 400 each fLot Men Boys Straw Hats to 2nc Childrens Sailors to 25c each Do not to call and buy our a lOc counter of Glassware f ydStraw J5 ydCarpetsGood Sewing Machine 5 year guarantee at 1250 to give trade give Lowes Pr Lowest 3 THOS cw j eo The castle I r 4 m safe and aACCOUNTSIndividual and 5o a Give us we Pay 3 nIl m or when bank check a upon J W M Fairfax United instruc tor Colonel was 19 Havana Spain Major General United placed Became Havana in Depart of The will free copy will find sure for and and He will cost may will address REV k to lf 10 20 V off X us rbvr r on of he of QUSTIONS AND ANSWS Golconda is in India It was once the capital of a rick and powerful kingdom but has fallen into decay Writers differ as to the situation of Ophir Solomons ships went there for gold precious stones andI sandal wood for building the temple It took 3 j years to make the trip It is probably on the East coast of Africa IIMtthe price was that was paid to Judas Iscariot for the betrayal of Christ- I will try to answer his question through the same medium It was the contemptible sum of three dol lare and ninety cents Now will he or any one give me the dimensions of heaven And he measured the city with the reed twelve thousand furlongs The length and the breadth and the height of it are equaLRev 21 16 Please answer through the col umns of the Mt Vernon Signal S RIDDELI HOT WEATHER PILES Persons afflicted with piles shoul be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking wa ter Contribute to the conditions which make piles wore painful and dangerous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out tli soreness and cures Get the gen uine bearing the name of E C DeWitt Co Sold by Mt Ver non Drug Company t11a ITER allFITZHUGH Luther Hamilton bought of Har ry and Hub Scrivner a lot of hayfed hogs average about 52o16sat c The Scrivener brothers were the first to experiment with hay as a food for hogs Bv mixing in a few ears of corn with a bunch or two of hay a combination or hash is made which the hogs enjoy and fatten upon Owing to the practice of this method the hogs sold to- M Hamilton were brought into marketable condition in a shorter the10ldportant discovery for which the public is indebted solely to the totwork a great revolution in the hog industry Winchester Democrat A Goo FAMILY LINIMENT Every family should be supplied with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm For cuts bruises burns scalds and similar injuries which are of frequent occurrence there is nothing so good It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief from pain but causes the parts to heal in about onethird the time required by the usual treat ment As it is an antiseptic all danger from bloodpoisoning is DavisdThe gold standard went into op eration in Mexico without the slightest jar or disturbance in busi llness is said that the peasant Ueht retnniitted by the recent Russian imperial decree amounts to about 45000000 h T Ii MT VERNON SIGNALI =FRIDAY MAY 5 1905 =Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT =SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Loo Advertising rules made known onI a licaiottIFOR MAGISTRATE We are authoized to announce GBAXYILLK hEKCE as a candidate for Magistrate in the Firth district composed of llrowiis and Bro voting precincts siihject to the action of Democrats of that district =MAJ GENERAL FITZHUGH LEE United States Army retired a sixty eight died Friday night Providence Hospital Washington City of appoplexy Gen Lee stricken Friday morning on the train that was carrying him rumthe Boston to Waskingtou Gen Lee was a nephew of the noted Confederate General Robert E Lee and has himself for many years beery one of the most noted characters in this country Most of the men who start to win immortality have to content themselves with oblivion many of them are happier with the latter than they would he with the former The defalcation of that Milwau kee bank President once more illout ustrales how unsafe it is for officials to speculate espec unsafe for their depositors or their bondsmen Mr Bryan says the only real peace is to be found in religion Evidently Mr Bryan never visited Washington when the President was on a hunting trip The roan who never had a valet lugspeltafford one calls it valet prono ing the final t i If it were as difficult to co nerTheother necessities as it is to corner the wheat market the way of he poor consumer would be a be rosesIf Admiral Nebogatoff does otview hurry up and join Admiral Rojest vensky he will earn the title of Admiral NevergettTiereovitch all POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Judge Talty defeated Rep can candidate for Mayor of St Louis is preparing to contest election of Rolla Wells Democrat Assistant Secretary of State Loomis is quoted as saying that President Roosevelt will personally investigate the stories regarding his v alleged improper actions whileat Minister to VenezuelabeSecretary Loeb denies there isTheany truth in some rather persistent the rumors that the President was ill in camp The owner of the ranch said however that he had beardre the President had a touch of feverw but felt sure he was not ill The party had ceased hunting however in order to give the dogs a rest Secretary Taft under instructionswI received from the President yester cum day dispatched cablegram to Min ister Bowen directing him to return to Washington at once He will be required to confront Assistant Secrh retary Loomis and prove the chargsh es made against the latter or extol plain his conduct in regard to them and Collector of Internal Revenue Joseph A Craft played smash withheld the Republican organization toprovide Louisville when he issued an o rderbanks to employes of his office that r must resign from the Republican committees or quit the Govt will ment service Mr Craft didnt gin playing smash however until he was ordered to by SecretaryVI Shaw fierce NEWS ITEMSGo troiThely Mo has failed for 30000fThe College of Bishops of Methodist Episcopal Church So VVVIS in annual session at Nashville Albert C Rice former cashier ofside the Deposit Bank of Grat Kyv not is short in his accounts over 10 ooo for- GO Pennypacker of Penn vania signed the bills abolish child labor in coal mines factories taken ilf and workshops One Mexican Major was killed and many soldiers wounded in an encounter between Mexican troops Imd Yaqui Indians in Mexico Rufus r IA Democratic Wash Mayor was elected It is now reported that Vice iiiiral Rojestvcuskys destinati is Pctropaulovski ou the peninsu la of Kamchatka instead of Vladivostok A report was in circulation DIo aI day in Washington that Postmast General Cortelyou had been ogre upon for president of the Eqnits Life Assurance Company The report was denied in New York A reward of 1000 has been offered for the arrest of Henry Golf former assistant cashier of t First National Bank of Milwaukee thewho was implicated in the con fe sion of Bigelow the defaulting president DisgtSecretary of the Treasury cannot be wasenjoined from paying the 50000 ooo appropriated by Congress purchase of the Panama Canal property Charles Parpee a French ma chiuist who attempted to kidnap a oneyearold child at columbus 0 was roughly handled by a mob which pursued him and recovered kitnapmg is a mystery ndMay Day passed off quietly throughout Austria In Vienna 3 oo workmen paraded without disorder There were the custo mary meetings of Socialists Th day passed throughout Italy with notable incident Janurallyfor conspiracy to defraud the ernment out of a portion of its pu lie lands has pleaded guilty to the offense in the United States Dis trict Court at Portland Ore The jury to try Johann Hoch for wife murder was completed Monday The prisoner expressed him self as pleased with it The tak of testimony in the case was bunce a landlady of the prison r new Seelbach Hotelat Fourth avenue and Walnut stree thdan many thousands took their first of the magnificent interior Much had been promised by the promoter and in its completed for ptheBy a decision of the United Iatubliiers of the Frst Kentucky rigimen- the will receive about 12000 whir about 5sooo will go to the Second regiment Spanish War Volunteers The regiments were represented by Capt C C Calhoun and under the same decision Tennessee Louisi and Indiana soldiers will beb testimony of the defense in all Hargis case at Lexington was closed Monday and the Common wealth begun the introduction of testimony The accusedt put on the stand and made an important statement which the next witness contradicted Alex Hargis denied any connection tever with the Cockrill or Mar ou murders The contempt ethe against Breck Combs was dismissed Jtandat the value of National bank the a for taxation by taking the capital stock surplus funtimundivided coltherefromby the banks This does not for deduction of the value into bonds held by such far as contended for Ujbanks Bbein the streets of Chicago was so prolonged and in character that many of the business men decided to appeal to v Deneen to order out the State This is opposed by Mayor A who believes the presence soldiers is not necessary A del Wjth=nor at Springfield and stated the strikers of the case Gov Deneen did indicate what course be wouldlpursue in the event that a request w troops was made let KEingfrom the Frankfort Penitentiary and testified in the Hargis conspiracy case at Lexington He refused to say anything that might incriminate him or any one else 1 Lyle a clerk in the Win J I Ieof j s a orSl iliredllUncle flSamAs our agent to SHOW and SEII our throughda mens SpringandSuits at iPIU 15 They arc black Thibets for dress aidGTheyIthoroughly uptodate styles Khatwe ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and s blanks saviug you saw THIS ad in THIS paper Ours is the lartist and oldest house in our line in the South We OWN our building aid have done business ou the SAME SlOT former FORTY YEARS tCesellCIOTIiINGIIATandPURA INGS for men nod boys SHOES for every body tc PAY KXlRESS on worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAL = Style books for all lines on request Iets us hear from you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE GIVE THE ROAD To customers of A C HI ATT loaded with all kinds eCountry Produce GIus7 The latest styles of Springb and Summer Shoes Dry Goods of all kinds Groceries Complete Call today and se for yourself A C HIATT f HIATT KY IitI II Newd Goods jme have just received another beautiful line of Hats Belts Kid Gloves Laces Summer Corsets c in tact all the new and desirable things for ladles will be found N Mrs CLEO BROWNS KyeChester Bank testified that the president and cashier of the bank were away from Winchester and knew nothing of the note bel James Hargis The court sued an order for him to produce the books of the bank bearing on rebutitalwere introduced The attorneys for Caleb Power- tendered to the Circuit Court at Georgetown Wednesday a petition asking that the case be removed to the Federal Court for the Eastern district of Kentucky The ground which the petition is based is alleged impossibility securing respect for the accuseds constitutional rights in the State court Stout called a special term the Scott Circuit Court to try case beginning July 10 He announced that he would pass on petition for removal at that e The attorneys for Power that by the mere fact petition being tendered to the State court the case is removed the Federal Court at least so as to give the latter tribunal the right to pass on the question ofin EST FOR THE of theyoure AIolentEtheCAND- YL CATHARTIC CANDYPleasant andcentson health Address 13 YorkKEEP CLOSING ou r SALE IBeginning Monday May 1 I will sell groceries at the fol pricesmy Best granulatedsugar 7o Best brown sugar Bacon 9Ac Folks best tomatoes 9c Best golden drip syrup 9c peaches 9c corn qe In gofor 9c Meal 30c a sack Best flour 80c a sack 1uBest bulk coke 14 j Hardware at cost Many things not enumerated to go the same proportion T H HARP Mt Vernon Kyc Bilhous Bill was getting bloated Aud his tongue was muchly Coate Patent tonics wouldnt cute him Companies would not insure binmhis mends were badlyfrightnd their spirits soon were Iigbtent- Far Billsaid and they believed him RISER pills relieved The Famous Little Pills EAR 1Jheadachetonic Effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good or Mt1Vernon gradIuate SICILIEIALLANIs r colorofI t I LThe Good Old Summer Time Will Come AND YOU MUST HAVE SUMMER CLOTHING 10I U R line is complete come and see them it costs you nothing to look We have anything you want that you have to wear such as Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and Straw Hate and Fur Hafcs IIIWlI1thave the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will IWalso you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice first class anti cheap A Complete Line of DRY GOODS dot UsThenJ C MOCKER CO a rL Livingston Kentuckyu For the second time within four months the heads of nearly all of the prominent business houses of Denver will make an extended trip through the States surrounding Colorado in an effort to better pr ent business relations betty Denver and its natural trade torri tory On May ist a special tr of Pullmans left Denver for weeks trip through Western Colorado Utah Idaho and Wyoming Stops will be made at Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah Boise City and Laramie and Cheyenne WyR as well as at a score or more inter mediate towns en route One h kred and twenty business men compauied by a baud of fifty pieces compose the party fieI Harver diner which took prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair will furnish meals during the tri and the nights will be spent in the cars An entire carload of Denver and Colorado literature was taken along and will be distributed in the various towns visited A simil trip to El Paso Tex AlbuquerqueI N 11 and other ter ritory was made early in January of this year and the results werei so marked that the second IS the logicaloutcome The first weeks outing cost the basin bUsi1nessDenver merchants as a direct re suIt During that week the special train covered more than 2000I miles of territory and stopped atIi forty towns TIME TRIED AND MERIT PROVEN One Minute Congh Cure is rig on time when it comes to curl coughs croup whooping cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleas and to take and is the childrens favorite cough syrup Sold by M t Vernon Drug Company IiGeThe Man nraff BEAUTIFUL THREECOLOR PRINT jConfederate 1beautifulThe Man in Gray which is re caiving widespjead admiration throughout the entire South The picture which is printed reproQMr Robert M Hooe the celebrated artis of the Louisvill Courier journal is 16x22 inches and It painted on fine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for use unframed but equally suitable for framing It is executed in the three car dinal colors of the Confederacy gray blue and redotl a white rightlydThey are enclosed in strawboard ailing tubes for safe transmission possiddelivery JLYbeautifulreproduction and after u receive it whether you are from the North or out of the South you will be an enthusiastic admirer of the Hero of the Gray Former State Senator Harry Bunkers ofSanfrancisco his been sentenced to five years in prison on conviction of accepting a bribe iry rtLLr C 7A 3 I SHOES l nlMIf not dont tail to do so before tcyouIft IQ Phone G6 ROBT COX WPhone 6G psMt Vernon Ky iP ffp rarCOME COME youessa gOO s INotiol1s amristtttr meer CLOTHING We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all I sizes and ages Our goods are right stuff our prices htfight tmlyIMcKENZIEs fireI jJONAS McKENZIE g 8 t GRANVILLE OWENS iUNDERTAK E I KylCOMPLETE X Collins IAllYOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON appliestoRemember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of checkeduponOFFICERS CashierJTo Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets SeveaMmoa tones sold ia past 12 moths This Signature LINE l Cores Cri in Two Days everybox h ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY MAY 5 1905 whenZcate with SIGNAL V 0 Co TIME TABLE 2 r north 124 p 24 north 332 a 23 south 124 pn t 21 South 1236 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Ml Vernon Ky as second elass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs Rolla Proctor is still very lowFritz Krueger went to Louisville Monday Howard Baker and wife will move iiiiitoCorbinW was in front Pongo yesterday Dr and Mrs J M William visited homefolks U G Baker was in Louisville this week buying goods George Ferguson LN brake man spent Tuesday with his moth er J Mrs Jones of Middlesboro is with her daughter Mrs L W Bethurum Mi and Mrs J H Dunn were A guests of Mr and Mrs W T Brooks Sunday- J H Harp is closing out his stock of groceries with a view of moving to Corbin John H Fish and little IUDirs of Blue Ridge Ga are relatives here Rev and Mrs Carmical went to Pittsburg Monday to attend the burial of E D Cornell Miss Fannie Sparks of the Camp bellHagerman college spent a por tiou of the week with homefolks Mrs Bettie Hoard after a visit of several weeks to relatives left Monday for her home in Springfield Charlie Henderso will be trans ferred to the new will move his family Junction to Knoxvil ladand We understand M the of will spend Mt Vernon under one of our seeralweekstn R from John etta us that the I Big Hill Coal Co hai gone through on the other side ol the hill from where the mine now is and found a four foot vein of jal W S Givens St te Inspector of agents for the Ne England Life Insurance Co has been with the local agent A B Furnish this week and the tw have placed about 8000 insur nce Mr Fur nish has hopes of nning the prize for the month of ay- LOC L Mt Vernon is a boom Mt Vernon has I night mail at last I The flying dut matt is here and every one that can get a nickel is taking a fly I The Big Hill Cl Co lost one of their threeroom jcattages by fire Wednesday morn g It will pay you big per cent di vidend to watch osely the adv of J Tbos Cherry eich week Twenty dollar old pieces are al most as plentiful s personals and locals have been tiis week Fritz Krueger new lime kiln will be complete in a short time The capacity wil be 150 per day Miss Dora Sc affer and a Mr Lefew were married Friday at the home ol Rev J C Carmical the officiating minist r Anyone hay ng wool to sell would do well to see J M Craig or write him at il Ky He ship oed 600 Poundsednesday in his first lot I WANTED 00lts nice coun try hams Will pa locts per lb andexchange flour or merchandise for same fHOUR ADAMS Vernon Ky opraHfft Several new houses going up and others to be started later The ladies of the Baptist Church Brodhead will give an ice crean and strawberry supper at A E Albrights new store building near postoffice Saturday evening May 6 All are cordially invited The SIGNAL wants a good cor respondent at every town and post office in the county where there i not already one News of the county is what we want and what the readers of the paper want recentl3mone ria Mines in Laurel county die at his home in Pittsburg Sunday of stomache trouble The funeral was preached by Rev J C Carmi afternooneS W Davis has put in a 40 bar rel tank which he will keep well filledwith water for fire protection for his own property If others would do likewise the rate of fire insurance would come within the reach of people however as it is the rate is so high that the businessmen along Main st especially canI better afford to carry their own risks than pay the extremely high insurance rate Ve offered some time ago one column space each issue as a Question and Answer column But few took advantage of it and it was soon discontinued To our correspondents who sometimes add a few questions we will ask to write any question you like but please write it on a separate sheet from your regular correspondence and mark it Question and Answer column John Treadway a son ot Marion Treadway was accidentally shot Sunday the ball entering near the hip and ranging down toward thef knee The wound is not at all a serious one but such as to cause considerable pain Young Tread way and two other boys were sitting on a box car one of the boys pulled a pistol from his pocket to hand to the other one and as he did it fired the ball taking effect m Treadways thigh SPLENDID STORYOn the fourth page readers of the SIGNAL willd find the first chapter of a beautifully written story entitled Theg HomeComing of Bob who was a member of the Breathitt county feud and who was taken to Covington for safe keeping on the charge and conviction of murder- It is written by Mr Edwin CIRanck of Covinglon who is recognized as one of the best young writers in Kentucky In mentioning the fact that Prof J W Ireland has been elected superintendent of the Graded School here the Harrodsburg Democrat says Prof Ireland has been a teacher in the Academy here for about three years and has made a good record He is a young man of excellent character and personal habits and has the confidence and esteem of all who know him Har rodsburg will regret to lose him Interior Journal Prof Ireland was for a short time Principal of the school at this place and made many friends during his short stay with us The following which was told us as facts is a pretty good oce onj our friend Hugh Miller On Thurs day of last week a couple from near Brodheadwere married in the court house by Judge Lewis Hugh was one of the attendants and after the ceremony presented to the bride a boquet with his best wishes Just how handsome this boquet was we can not say however the fact that the new bride after arriving at her new home frequently added new water to it to keep it fresh The husband became enraged at such high appreciation of the boquet on the part of his wife and a separation followed the next day Bethurumsage three and onehalf years th only son of Mr and Mrs L W Bethurum died Tuesday about i oclockafter an illness of only a few days Mason Lovell as h was always called was a bright parentsIa tion of the little fellow to his father was beautiful and for him reaterIand appropriate services were hel afterIWhiCq MATRIMONIAL The Harrodsburg Democrat says On Wednesday May loth at 1high noon the marriage of DIi Mary Louise eldest daughter o Mr andj Mrs Edward McAfee to Mr J W Hutcheson will be sol emnizedat the Providence church n McAfee the home of the bride This wedding was to have take lace last fall but owing to a deat m the brides family was postpone until spring Mr Hutcheson was formerly cashier of the Salvis- Bank which he organized an became widely known and extreme countyda thoroughly equipped an enterprising young business man of great promise Mr Hutcbeson is at present cashier of the bank at Brodhead Ky which he organized a few months ago Miss Mc Afee is one of Mercers most accomplished and beloved daughters The young couple will make their home at Brodhead BKOJD HEAD Miss Myrtle O Bannon who has been visiting Mrs J G Frith has returned to her home in Stanford John Nevius of Livingston was in town SundayJ M Hurst of Richmond was in town TuesdayS Geo Menifee of Stanford wa visiting Robt J Wilmott first of wtektEdgar Dunn who sas been visiting in Danville has returned home M C Albright of Louisville- was visiting his parents first of weekMrs J H Dunn who has been visiting her parents in Knoxville Tenn returned home Mo- ndayA meeting of the stockholders of the Rockcastle County Fair Association was held Thursday night and decided to have another this year The officers and A date will be named laterThe to furniture and fixtures for an opera house have been ordered Robert G Willmott was in Livingston Wednesday The Baptist will give a stawberry and ice cream supper at the building of A E bright near the post office Saturday night June 6Mrs G W Brooks will leave us Saturday to join her husband in Knoxville Tenn We islike very much to give her up but our loss will be Knoxyilles LIVINGSTON Mr and Mrs John Walton have the sympathy of every one in the of their little daughter Ruby Clark Walton who died Sunday afternoon after an illness of five weeks of a complication of diseases All that physician loving parents and friends could do was unavail ing and she went to meet her wonIiiderful py and satisfied we would be Exs cept ye become as a little child Funeral services were conducted by Rev Marshall Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church then mid lovely flowers and the tears and sympathy for the heartbroken parents the remains were laid away in the Ward cemetery Little Ruby was born May isth 1898 died April 23rd 1905 age about seven years Suffer the children to unto Me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven THE SOUTH NEEDS IMMIGRANTS Minneapolis Times South Carolina with 14000000 acres of unoccupied land has come forward with a plan that seems to offer much in the way of solving the immigration problem The State needs new white blood to work the mines and fields and while this situation has been made known for many years in the usual way it has not brought such results as are desired Now the State has opened headquarters in New York City under th cbarge of the State andean effort will be made to direct newcomers to the opportunities in the South proeportion of the immigrants reaching osf advantage and the result is that most of them remain in the cities to eke out a miserable living Coal they but know that broad acres awaiting their willing hands and that rewards for their labor in that anythingJlieved that they would gladly take advantage of the opportunity The South is peculiarly suited by climate and resources to t4eI people of Southern Europe they are not generally informed o this The consequence is that sec chartparts of the country and the large cities are becoming overcaowded Yet it cannot be said that there countrynso as vast re workersdmay serious problem in connection with distributionlget immigrants to work her 14000000 acres it is obvious that the situa dlion would be mucL improved at once LAND STOCK AND CROP Mr B S Mattingly of Lebanon partiesinbe delivered the last of May or the first of June at 85 70 per cwt These cattle are feeding on slop at jsemanein Nelson countyBardstownS- tandard If the old sows are gentle the pigs will be gentle too Animals that can be managed easily are worth double the price of those which cantDont keep the breeHing in small pens They need willsinsure good the pigsAs enoughhey i ginning with a light ration and increased with careWalter Payne of Stone Garrard county recently sold a team of good mules for 300 I The Paris Kentuckian reports the sale of several pairs of mules in Bourbon at 300 and 365 An offer of 380 was refused for another pairExAn says the potato bugs are in full dress uniform awaiting the arrival of the viness quick way to kill potato bugs is take two blocks of wood about three inches long andan inch thick Place the potato bug tween them and come down en him hard We know a small boy who paid 15 cents for this information to a firmin New York which advertised a Lightening Potato Bug Killer for sale at the ridiculous low price of three nickels We give it to our readers now free and without any hargeISome one has farmers wives are more on the amount ot money invested in hens than their husbands are making on an equal amount invested in land or stock We have no doublt this is true aud the hen ought to take higher rankamong farm stock than she does Biddy- is seldom mentioned among the assets of the farmer and yet she maybe able to purchase the clothing for wife and children and often does as much or more than that her a gqod clean and com home and plenty of plain nutritous food and pure water and will repay you a hundred fold andmoreEx The cattle raisers know that they have not grown wealthy from the sale of their cattle The employ es of the packing houses know that they ate under paid The retailers who are forced by every known device to handle only trust prepared meats know they are not growing rich The consumers knows that they are compelled to pay ex orbitant prices for meat And everybody knows that the men who controll the packing trust have piled up fortunes aggregating hundreds of millions of dollars Mr Garfield says the packers make an average of 99 cts on all beef beefcattle killed The beef trust has made not less than 500000 A MATTER OFHEALTH ev AKIN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSTITUTE- d CLEARING FOR ACTION When the body is cleared for a tion by Dr Kings New Life Pill you can tell it by the bloom brightbee flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore 250 f 3 CD 3 r e Ii Grand Spring Offerings o j goodsLawnscalico etc is the largest and most complet in town and prices cheap I as any one M otherkindssigns A j SHOES Our stock of Shoes is and we give better shoes for R the money than an Y hod line of for men la ii dies and in tan and Patent Jbefobuil elsewhere I MATTINGS Itt FURNITURE IM FARMERS always larger Oxfords children leather some money We thank our friends for their patronage in the past and cordia ll invite all rto coma and goods1rYi OLD 25CTS i toWr o rJr 4 000 since its establishment bording to Mr Garfield that presupposes the slaughter of 500000 000 beef cattle Does any sane man believe itCommoner J J Thompson bought 12 hogs of J H Thompson at 4c E LWood and C C McWhorter i paid from 125 to 200 for a car loadof horses they shipped to Illi nois Will Lawson purchased a lot of lambs of T 1 Herring at 6 Lancaster Cor Interior Journal lAyers If your blood is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- owSarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine AyersSarsupiirillucine the rur nerToiisnrss cure Ii permanent and cannot KewarUN J J ioitte JCAlldrtigrI forloKe Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayers Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla j If American cabinet officers could follow the example of Minister Delcasse and resign whenever they were criticized with the cer tainty that their resignations would not be accepted there woul soon be some cabinet officers wit swollen heads in this country theIjourned Uuesday at noon after being in session in Louisville for five days The case of Prof H G Mitchellcharged with was considered and a finding sent to the trustees of Boston While the finding was UniversityI it is said that Prof e acquitted CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY TilE VERY BEST I have been using Chamber lains Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best coughmedicine I have ever taken says Geo L Chubb a merchant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its be ing the best as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use for a cold can be cured in much less time when promptly treated Sold by Chas C Davis Sherman Bell is an oddity bu it does seem unjust to insist on holding him reaponsible foran in terview which he has from thefir fakecDAYofTake EAXATINE BROMO Qui NINE Tablets All druggists ref un the money if it failsto cure E Groves signature is on each box 2SCtS 1rOurper yard to 1 2Acts per yard in cotton warp We carry a complete line of Beds Chairs bedroom R suits safes and other staple furniture Come inandbuy your plows hoes bridles saddles and borneCand all other farm implements etc of us and ir eA1f share IRON WANTED PER 100LBS AcI heresy HOOK ADAM i u TITTITTIIIIIIITfTTTTTIITITfTTIIL Willis Griffin PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERAND =FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky E Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached =M ORDERS by wire Promptly Tilled EPhone No 63 g7- lUiUHUUHUIUUllU1UUUUUHUU1UHU wHUUHUlUlUlU1U The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatment S C DAVIS Propr mil oaiiC s Queen Crescent Rut SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES I Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga 1 Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville dBirmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points EYe ADDRESStE II A1KEN Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main St rdngton KyI AtIsx Chas C Davis II iCUT CL Leading Druggist 5 tpnpnpnpnan 17Eb UAp 0 mAND GETS 5 Arnd BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUI t a1 BOX OF BLACK DRAUGHT I ALL FOR 100 nU rrrrwtHANDSOME CALENDAR FREE WITH EVEERY ORDER CHAS C AVIS OPOS1TE COURT HOUSE Phone No 64 r itI i ChasC Davis W i r = FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will positively cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES 50c and 100 t OF i Uy J W Kanck was a of and the big iron ly The in the jail and Bob up his of as the the by a man a had to him but the of his face as he at the one of I he to a for you Red said the him a the bars up my and so sour I its news this The took the and an into his eyes He the of the in his ex and tore the ope as he out the the he the of a the sun was and the of was in the air were the he has his old ff is on his way to you It was by red est in and the one man who had in his The to the as for the by his the bars he up in to the In a the came to his you on a he am the and I to you on the eyes I th ofI no he said in low Its ez you hell a man by writ in up lies im spy on a an try to are like a Ain t it bad fer a to in a like this in writ up th y r like tew hev at you you wuz a and at you iron bars all let a man You set in tore fine an us up like we else tew do but tote an kill kin put this in yore ef you tew th But you a fer its lies you you r he said for soon to get the Ill let you the iron and to him but in s start the that had him in the Jail in the town of in the of it had the of t ever his was left a by the He the this his a arm and a had lead into the R to a raft as the bors it Bob was a lad of ten and the still of his He him on t his gin like a cub its deg and a of fear was in his the eyes in still to an of su the and the que in the of the fore His the tion that the of and the into the dam old rut was the same daft to go the of that up the life of the and so the and Bob to mans In all no tale of was into th eats But it was we was a an men to one and hint that the was to ruff of It was a on the of the for the Excruciating A H Mgr Wills Coal Co 0 I have been with and for years pass ing or with gave relief After the was A few doses the brick dust like fine stones etc and now have no pain across my and I feel like a new man has done me of No It Thos w of N C had and one of a cure and he says there is no that will with it I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY I MT VERNON DRUG CO PRICES CUT 12 IN TWO I 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 Clothing of all Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods tha you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE- F KRUEGERSONS Mt Vernon KentuckyITHE HOMECOMING non KED3IOND There rattle keys then door swung slow open prisoners Covington stopped talking Redmond looked slow from game solitaire turnkey entered corridor lowed young with I smooth boyish face These visits long since ceased give interest lines hardened companion glanced turnkeys Another them damned reporters himself guess muttered Heres telegram mond turnkey handing yellow envelope through Cheer boy dont look believe good time mountaineer telegram quickly eager look crept forgot presence stranger citement open envel with nervous fingers And puzzled words jail vanished heard whisper mountain stream shining song birds New trial granted words readhBilI Hankins confessed Have affidavit Congratulations hay The sheri bring back signed Nick Goodwin honest headed Nickthe squar lawyer Breathitt county steadfastly believed innocence telegram dropped unheeded floor Redmond almost overcome moment emotions leaned against Then glanced defiantly time seethe turnkeys companion reading telegram flash hard lines back face Aint newspaper demanded aggressively- I replied other want shake hands with your good luck- Redmond refused proffered hand with blazing Naw wont shake hand sneak tones jest sech fellers thetI play with slite about You feller ketchimnappin You buzzard after carrion nough feller stay place without beeI papers Howd folks look likef wildcat pint their fingers through You cant alone offices write- tnountin folks didnt heve nothin guns each other You paper wants write truth aint lookin truth wantsIlyThey wont bother much Redmond jocosely youll have another boarding house When sheriff comes know Then door slammed hisithoughtsThe other prisoners crowded around congratulate received their felicitations travelingback Slowlyhepiecing together different circumstances finally landed Covington twentyfouri spent little mountain Jackson heart countyBloody Breathitt t newspapers always called been main support family since mother widow RedmondHan kins feud would never forget night happened when broughthomevenient stump with steady quick finger pumped enough elder mond sink nefg expressed only little then white face father awed strangely touched forehead with forefinger erly nosing mother then drew back with whimper This dead face indelibly stamped mind staring which seemed lurk expression prise salient jaws hole right center head mother accepted situa with calm stoicism wtiic characterizes mountain Kentucky after burial things dropped back There grind through multitude small duties made colorless district days passed little grew estate these passing years vengeance dinned boys pretty iiiofathers slayer Hankins began nudge another Redmond blood beginning clear grit strange apathy part Redmonds although Passed Stone and Gravel With Pains Thurnes Creek Buffalo writes afflicted kidney bladder trouble gravel stones excruciating pains Other medicines only taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE result surprising started kidneys FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE 1000 worth good Other Remedy Can Compare With Carter Ashboro Kidney Trouble bottle FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected perfect remedy compare male members of both househc watched one another warily and walked with hand on gun no blood 11was spilled and the RedmondHan kins feud appeared to be a thing the past But Bob Redmond knew that little Miss Henderson the school teacher was responsible for the change From the time she had been sent up into the mountains to teach school at Jackson she had determinedly preached the doctrine alliske of her nature to make these simple mountain folks believe in love and killiiugthe One day she told her class the simple story of the Savior and how freely he forgave his enemies when he was stretched bleeding upon the crossBut that was a long time ago teacher said one halfgrown boy That couldnt never happen now It did happen only a short time ago right in our own great cot tn Thenhe she athehurt the miserable man who had shot him The mountaineers listened recitalJust she speechn to aidthe My plan is to forget the and remember only the good anhterest critic I have can come to see me and he will find a warm hand wayhe thatdand that our real eminence rests in the victories of peace not those of war My dear pupils it was y peoetpie a wan could forgive can you not see that it is all wrong for to take your brothers life just Wnyou these beautiful mountains and floYye w made them eternal witnesses of sJththing Bob was in the schoolhouse t day she talked like this to the dulbadwonderful story and he remera so smokingher dcj ten to Bobs house and talked long and earnestly with the widow and once Bob stared hard to see his mother cry for he had never seen her do this except when she got smoke from the old cob pipe in her eves And the teacher spoke earnestly with him about feuds and told him how awful a thing it was to take the life ofa hu man being She told him what a Garfieldstall Kentuckians had split rails explained to him that these men were handicapped just like himself Ly environment but had ris tn superior to them because they ved in the grandest country on ecrth where the hand of fellow ship was always extended to the man who would strive and work mantlawle snes Bob would listen with shining eyes and a determination kept grov ing within him to be somebody in the world It was at this time that Mirandy came into his life She was not beautiful except to Bob and had a tremulous way of shaking hands that always made his heart jump Her little brown Land would flut ter in his big one like a young robin that he picked up once which had fallen from its nest After dropidsbonnet They always acted like this every time she would come hapofpotluck with them Sometimes the widow would go out to feed the hogs and they would be lest alone On these delightful occasions Mi randy and Bob would sit quite still and then Mirandy would look over at Bob and if Bob happened to glance up at the same time as he generally did she would look quickly away again and then Bob would talk about the crops The girl was a near neighbor of Hankins and was on intimate terms with the family Bob had often seen her talking with Tom Hankins and Toms face blacKen- ed once when Mirandy waved he sunbonnet as he passed by She told Bob afterwards that Hankins was mad as a hornet He said he didnt think I wouldI speak to no milk an water man she added maliciously Then she was frightened at the change in his face and said she was jest jot watchedBatmetA few weeks after this little iu cident Jim Marcum was shot down in the courthouse door and the town of Jackson fairly seethed with excitement Men stood around o corners and talked in low tones aIsounddbit it et battle Kentucky was aroused out criforthe m ie courthouse and the public press heictderers Bob was glad then that he cow pottrhis slow way how far behind in t eatmarch of civilization were the pe pie of the mountains and cabeg hile out in the big busy wo men were striving and toilin building huge structures that towered to the ithe skies sptnnin- rivers tunnelling through hilll planning stupendous deals that millions they of the mown were taking moonshine peheCoviogtoDoncedurjng and the utter helplessness est tbhee strangely out of place so be tlthewas all gone and they walked dazed conspicuous by theirm broad hats and potiiedout by sweet urchins as inoousuiutrs To those who attend the sessions of the Federal Court these ta taLk mountain uien witn their shaggy hair welt merely viola ors of We laws of Uncle bam types to tothemway of making tread and that they nIlI1131 cd them Toe mou itaiueers dinot think they were doing ally tiling wrong if thy made wnisky SU ely it was their property to do wi h as they pleased It seemed to their simple mind that the got ernment was depriving them tit their only way ut making money to support their families But the publicat this time had no sympathy for any man who hail ed from the mountains The Governor of the State was determined to mete out justice to the slayers of Marcur t and the wheels of the law longberOiewere arrested as the assassins tried penitentiaryfor TO BE CONTINUED IN NEXT ISSUE t c J lkand is Oil and is age is Wind Colic anti the In you buy it comes sealed air no get Clean Fresh l HOW TO GO TO via Union North Linen Two fast trains day The less than three days California to San Los and The Best of Full part cu lars on to B Knis kern T N Ry Most oftbe tet e g a a e we asked him about He s His 0 cured Kodol Cure what you and cures sun your can be brought back to and life and truly the great known Sold Drug The the battle of w Cat SCOTTSEmulsion When you to a drug store you you man knows you ought to have it Dont surprised else Wines etc of cod river are plentiful but dont are cod liver when you years weve been the sales of Emulsion Why Because it has than any substitute For it fSCOTT BOWNE Street New York 50c S10O All 31111 I beenin pure and has been made under Iris since Allow no one to deceive in thisyou 1tiiExperimentsCliildreu Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria a harmless substitute for Castor Paregoric Drops Soothing It Pleasant contains neither Morphine nor other JTarcoti substance Its its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness It cures Diarrhoea and It relieves Teething cures Constipation Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAl3 rf Bears Signature a The KM You to BougM Use For Over Years Tilt dipintobefore Lion Coffol in cs Iorand Fragrant CALIFORNIA Travel the Chicago Pacific Western through per Limited electric- r lighted en- g routerThe throughservice Francisco Angeles Portland Everything application W P iI C W Chicago Ill- STRICTLY GENUINE patent medicine Thldappeare Globemer beoplcmewas today it higcer druggist recommended himswere also Dyspepsia digests eat as its originally condition sweetened lasting digestant by Mt Vernon Company anniversary of jglrateJC go EmulsionI be though somethingIcordials extracts oil imagine you getting oil thirtyIincreasing Scotts always jbsen better sampleIChemists and personal supervision its infancy Infants I A Syrups ItOpium Troubles o- fAlways 3O Overland Espre yrbythis druggists 38 Dollars gym TO rTJ- AND California THE NORTHWEST P1J03I LOUISVILLE VIA THE Henderson Route CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate on sale daily up to t9o5Ses Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates ISIf yon contemplate a trip ask wouldiUENDEUIand St Louis SJ Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt LOUISVILLE Ky MN oo t Dr Clus ff Ames a membti familycommitted aking morphine C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY i OFFICE On 2rcl floor ot The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 M L MYERS FirstClass Work f IOFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil liatus residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday nooni C Complete DentistMt MeCLARY Undertaker IIIOrdeis by W M ed Granite and ALL WORK and MT VERNON COUNTY COURT COURT day in each month- QUARTERLY day in each month CIRCUIT COUKT day in February in May and Third tember MT VERNON Third Monday Services at the ing 1st J 3r1 Smulay 730 p ijiunlaj ehool930 Prayer tleetinj The are all services Presbjterian Holds tth auudy morning Baptist Church Saturday night and at 9 a m EmbalmerPrice iieetiug m Tuesday Ashlam Lodge No day a MT TKRXON P HO MEETS every at 2 p m K OTMTesv No tnd3rd Abnday at 730 JAS CHAfcC DAVIS R Indigestion CttarrK For manyyears it has Catarrh o the Stomach and dyspesia but the opposite Indigestion peated attcks of mucous mmbranes exposes thcnerves of the tag the gtads to serrate the juices of natural called Kodol Catrrh of the relieves a membraneJining the nerves am cures bad a sense of illness after dyspepsia pd all Kodol Iigests Mats the domes legulir tru prepard byu DWITT FOR KILlTHE SAE DRUG BY lAND CURE THE I Or i NeY FOR and LOS SOcSIOO IIFree Trial Surest ad Quickest Cure for all THKOA and LUNG TROUBLES crJOlTEY BACK FOR PILES Itchingblind bleeding or pro truding pies Druggists refund toicure any ose no matter of how long standisg in 6 to 14 days First appftation gives ease and rest soc If your drvggist hasnt it send 5ocin stamps and it will be forwarded ostpaid by Paris Med A feint Co q Louis Mo t fOLEYJHlDNEYCDWi Makes KUMya aed KlfU CALIFORNIA whereanimalDo you want to live in a region where the resources are more divisionofcompetenceDo cangrowolives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure investmentThen await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Lineis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast doubletrackrailway1L vvyv V U IX33These tickets are good on daily and personally conducted touristsleepingare always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the Chicago andSouthern FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY iNW48 Southern irou shipments last week were unusually heavy indicating an increased production and prices continue strong with an up ward tendency The merger plan eemsto have failed and the Ten CPisamount of money in improving tit properties H03IESEEKEIIS EXCURSION VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE o Tickets on sale on first and third Tuesdays of each month to many points South Southeast and Southwest For information address E N AIKEN T P A II I Main Strett- Lexington Ky or W C RINE ARSON G P A Cincinnati 0 tJi fOlffinolffiYANI Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia rSubscribe for the SIGNAlr J atthe youan w KNISKERN P T M k NW Ry Chicago lullparticular3 Bee keeperbefore you buy your fr PuJIjpsBeeIt has all necessary conveniences and is a nice ornament to place in any ones yard Once try ti 0theer For further information csll addressIr D C PULLINS KyOrSLocal Agent Mt Vernon Ky There seems to be no hope of an early settlement of the teamsters strike in Chicago Mayor Dunne and his peace committee held a con Mondaydeclieingwith the teamsters The Chicago Federation of Labor held a meet askingneen and Mayor Dunne to investi gate the strike Nine hundred x dotTuesdayy The production of oil in the R luckyTennessee field for the first four months of 1905 was approxi mately 300000 barrels which is increase over the production for t same period of 1904 It is not equal however to the producti tgoqfact ed price of crude oil WANTED 2ooolbs nice coun try hams Will pay xocts per and exchange flour or mercband for same HOUK ADAMS apr2itf Mt Vernon Ky 1 1 I ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCoMT o All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sale is made no cost for advertising FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also rood orchard FARM No 2 Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road near Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store Snd postoffice and in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No 3A farm of 185 acres verydesirableand in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm butnobuildings would be included on the 70 acre tract ifa division is made FARM No 4130 acres near Brod headwell fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain TAKE WINE CARDUIAT Arc ou a sufferer doctor been unsuc iseessful treatonyourself AT HOME havebought curedthemselves bearingdown nervousnessdizziness weaknessethedoctorWine of Cardui does not irri painhetonic of healing herbs free from onstrong drugs It is aaboughtfrom thistreatment la cases addressglPlagsrmptoaIsTheladlesllSe j f t lvIt Vernon Signal SUPPLMNT MT VERNON KYt MAY 5 1905 SHIP HELD BY A KISS 0IThe big ship Oceanic was delay ed a full minute in starting from its New York slip the other day by a passenger a young man who lingered too long on the dock kissing his sweetheart goodbyI Goodby the young man said for the dozenth time Lower away The officers sharp command was followed by the rattle of the chains of the gang plank Goodby said the girl raising a face so alluring that flesh and spirit could not resistat least notI the flesh and spirit of this lover Half the big crowd on the pier and decksJorgot their own affairs and were watching the little drama being enacted near the swinging gangplank When the hero turned the plank had been pulled in anda chasm yawned between him and the ship Let him on board shouted the crowd on the pier 1Well wait cried the crowd on the deck The stern officer on the bridge high up above the crowd looked unheeding Would he stop the greyhound already unlashed for the run Could an ocean schedule and enormous business interests be made to wait on a lovers kiss The keeneyed officer turned down upon the pair a face of flint The girls eyes looked up into his overflowing with entreaty He started a softness spread over his lace as he sighed At a wave of his hand the plank wa put out sigain the young man leaped aboard and was caught by two seamen A minute had been lost A min ute means very much to the captain of a great ship who counts even the fractions of seconds Had it been a bag of bullion the ship waited for no one would ha e been the parting noth ings of an Emperor to an unheed ing populace the event would have been commonplace But it was only a lovers kissthe smallest and yet the greatest thing in the world The fate of cities the destiny of nations have waited upon lovers kisses before now and will again We may laugh at the lovers kiss but it is very clcse to the central forces of life Homes are founded upon it and lives given purpose e and power by h It is a quicken ing and inspiring influence in every healthy life The cry of the crowd for the ship to wait for a kiss is the soul cry of humanityEx lOunllmRmTAR cAIWn aisCjfIWI x YptafN j April has the record of being one of the most disagreeable months of the year Very little progress was made with farm work owing- to the cold and the wet Many plant beds were ruined by the frost rnd freezes and the supply will doubtless be short when setting time comes Gardens that have been planted for weeks show little or no growth at all while other vegetation is practically at a stand still A few warm days now would make considerable change and such days are just what the farmers most wants From the most reli able information obtainable we are constrained to believe that the fruit has not yet been injured to any greatextent This is certainly a source of much gratfication as it lightens the burden of life and doubtless the joy of work to think that we are to have plenty of good fruit during summer and autumn Ex A GOOD SUGGESTION Mr C B Wainwright of Lemon City Fla has written the man ufacturers that much better results are obtained from the use of Chamb erlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy in cases of pains in the stomach colic and cholera mor bus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this wav the effect is double in rapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly he says For sale by Chas C Davis THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR MOMESEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas ofler the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their land producing almost anything that can be grown any where mild climate good schools good water healthful surrcundings and a growing country are some of raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 toroper acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchardand truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each monthwe sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one tripApril w wayfareI5oophis and Cairo to points in Texas pointsEastLiterature descriptive of abov country and information about rates will be mailed upon request LO SCHAEFER TPA COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI 0 As a result of the teamsters strike in Chicago a coal famine threatened there P i CONVAI Corn planting is in full blast here every one trying to get through firstohn M Cress of Preachersville bought a lot of hogs in this section last weekM- L Kelton has accepted the job to herd cattle on the range here for Harrey Chenault this spring and summerMiss Mamie Jones of Mt Vernon has been chosen by the trustees to teach the public school here which term begins July IstThere is some talk of a new county road being opened up from this place to the ford of Cop per creek This road is badly need ed and it is to be hoped it will be goJ J Wood who has been on the sick list for several days is able to be out again Dr Lovell of Mt Vernon was here this week wait ing on the sickE W Norris the grocery drummer of Richmond was here this week WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Why suffer from rheumatism when one application of Chamber lains Pain Balm will relieve the pain The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering nave been happily surprised to find that after awhile the relief became per manent Mrs V H Leggett of Yum Yum Tenn U S A writes I am a great sufferer from rheu matism all over from head to foot and Chamberlains Pain Balm is the only thing that will relieve the pain For sale by Chas C Davis TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi 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 Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays to California without change folderssetc furnished free For particu nearesteTicket Agent or R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Count Von Buelow of Germany says the visit of Emperor William anys ofshostility toward France t IN THE STATE Caleb Powers was taken from Louisville to Georgetown for ap pearance in the Circuit Court for the fixing of the date for his new trial under order of the Court of C B Hill of this city was Friday appointed a member of the Goebel Reward Commission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge J H Lewis W H Posey was appointed in place of Congressman Richardson resigned and Judge B W Bradburn who resigned a short time ago to accept an appointment as Circuit Judge was again made a member his time under the Judgeship appointment having expired The other memkersof the Commission are M W Moore of Harrison county and J D Clardy of Christian county Winchester Democract Colonel S King Ford of Cyn thiana one of the star witnesses in the Hargis trial at Lexington said Judge Hargis has perfect faith in his acquittal said Mr Ford and I myself believe that he will come clear without any trouble The Judge is a man of imperturbable nerve and you couldnt scare him if you pointed a loaded cannon at him I believe that he is entirely innocent of the crime imputed to him and that the jury will so decide The trial will probably continue most of the week as there are yet a number of witnesses to be exam ined and long arguments to be heard from both sides TERRIFFIC RACE WITH DEATH Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and ot all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and sever al medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bit ters So wonderful was their ef fect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed and sold at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore price Soc OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily 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 attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now descriptiveliterature Ticket Agent or address R T Gi Matthews T P A Iron Moun BldgLouisville rc