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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it4c J f J4rs it Ti it 11 r gtr etnohi l jJtII Uj h =VOLe i1 MT VERXQHV ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAYs 190t NUMBER 33 n = = r = U WISH YCH- COULD SEE OUR IT t a i i J a in ic tfcc tte F T SUiRTWAIST HE writer is stumped is he to describe these varying glories in Shirtwaist Suitings design and style these goods ar beauties Tt sounds very tame jusigoods themselves No type can andlte111pting preference And the values Were ino that these novel stylish things theYIwouldntr We must sell the Same Goods- for Less Money prettierbetterShirtwaist Suit pWe have the Silkall colorsat 50c yardI iiIdeigns Calicoes Lawns Ginghams Organdies Battistcs Linens Clothing THE THE ILEKE is a combination of cur jumstauees to which the dis tinct and decided progress of our Clothing Department is traceable First of all comps 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 prices talkSpecial bargains in Summer Clothinggood through April and May Come and See iiS GLOVES i W cision of hundreds of people who have seen and tried ouruF P Sargent Union Made work glover No rivets out seems they lit are heat and waterproof Price 8100 to 3125 a pair Ore pair of these will outwear two pairs of at y other brand W SUiTINGS Ielse BOYSSlmES F IW OK TIlE MEN OR THE LADIES UP THE IehcreWe carry the newest things the prettiest and best line in Eastern KentuclcxtPrices 25 per cent cheaper than the cheapest Have you tried a pair ot our mens high top heavy Shoes at 98 cents a pair Mens Ladies and Children hack and tan Oxfords at prices to please and lit any purse loot Guaranteed Overalls and Jumpers Very Little to Pay IW oerlaUwe guarantee endorse aud re commend the great Marchaut JumpIwe about it have to know the stuff the sow everytluabout us ig are right You can bet on that j Pri es 50c to 100 per garment uu HAT trade we have well hold what we havent we will get as quickly as our Underselling methods be come understood OUR MOTTO It is better to sleep c n 3 per ct than lie awa3- x26 ke I cir LEVEL GREEN Rain slow fast relIiplenty ofmilch cows at outen prices reasonable Big corn crops and good prospects for wheat Eggs 13C young fowls as spontaneous as little SayIrain came Will some frogloso Mothervtaught meto that tha had bin drawn up by some unexplain able force into the cloud and it andnsandetreverence her her judgment I must confess that oz I got big I became skeptical or that prop ositiou just 37 I have on various other Philosophical and Astrono mical points handed down to me tradishionally I have spent much good time and labored laboriously trying to unlearn errors taught me longIas the old ones believe in witches cLanges of moon signs of the zodiac Joshua sun astionom the hctNow Mr Editor here is a bit of these wise peoples consistency They say that fulls changes sc of the moon at certain hours of the day or night will bring rain then they will tell you the next day that the Lord in his own good time will send it In which case are they inSwholly so in either but I cant convert Epbriam for he is joined to his Idol and it will take years of labor with the lambs fed on proper food longkjump in the right direction has been made since the hanging of the Witches in Massachusetts by the Puritans We sympathize with our friend Charley Davis in his recent heavy loss but Phcuiix like hell rise andcome again Yes the man whose ox is gored usually bellows loudest e g every kind of Trust in the country is theNcommon people yet that hydry headed beast the cold storage Egg Trust is causing our wemen to receive + c or 5c more per dozen today for eggs than they otherwise would receive This brings them millions morca good thing in this case aint ii You see our ox is doing the hooking in this case so well just let em fight In answer to Mr Riddells theisform of a perfect cube uooo fur orlongs in length this equals a cube of 1500 miles in length and is equal to three billion threeaud seventyfive million tk 375000000 cubic miles or 3375 000 rooms one mile in length breadth and height which would give sufficient space for a com uiodions room for every man woo man and child that has ever lived on earth or would live in multiplied thousands of years at the rate o three generations per 100 years and 1500000000 to the genera tuna as is now estimated Victor Brown is at Tellico not Jclico Teun He is expecting a pretty fair promotion at au early datebliss Vira DeBord aims tv return to Lexington soon The talkingest man of Possum Holler met Nicholson of Hazel Patch in a loguacious battle near here last week but Nick toted off the laurel leaves You see Nich is aBaptist of the old John Calvin school who firmly believes what is to be wit and the unpredestinatcid goon ibaptistV VARK L c 31Ph r rJ v JL 4 Y Pn IJ i The Demand I tFOl Spring and Summer Goods is now at its height and you are debating in 15 JM bycallingW mention u w DRESS GOODS v ydMohairUJ Nice Suiting 15c Q Organdies all colors lOc ilOcNiceSHOES 1 Lot 100 pairs Children Shoes in Blacks ands prtlu 1 Lot 75 pairs Mens Fine Shoos cII I Sg Mens Shoes in Tans Blacks Patent Leather prLadiesr Ladies Slippers at 75c to 175 per pr Line of Buggy Harness that we can IFull you with in Collar Homes and Breast from 8550 to 810 per set not to JfOUIl MOTTOMOTTOGood Goods W at Prices fair treatment to ally 3 o v a rc i4Ar ta t l tr I PT IIi t to a I y nil tt 0 a Q a t its 100 i r t 7 Collier of ard is Mrs R L Collier V W Owens and wife of K wife and souof Lan here and ex pea to this future Mr is the of new We to our and Ice cream given Tor the benefit t About cleared The jfuu Makers were the to new house and to say it was a would be to congratulate them Itis the best 4 on the road We will to again with us soon They showed 3 and had large each night room was hard to will arrive night and at J They were married at high noon at old church n Mt y nightThe Aiill be fcelc gtst 16 and a t UNDERWEAR ftMensUnderskirts in Black 12 and White 75c to sl25 Ladies Dress Skirts in Black Brown Gray at 8200 to tOO r Lot Men and Boys Straw 10 to 25e 20 25c each RM10cStraw 15c per yd Straw in fine carpet ydCarpetsGood f year guarantee at 12 OR Do fail give us want your trade and will give you Lowes Prices W Lowest J3 3 THOS CHERRY imODHEAl KENTUCKY ITHE1 JltdltDgDgDgdJld7dltOgOgdfdltdi7 ltdltdJ f Ji The Gihralter oJ Roc eWstle CRWI- tyNinane a fnstitttdrit itCITIZNS BfNKfI m Oh UUILh lic m I tOffer the people safe and conservative m m Banking System mmiQ Give us you business guarlntfl pleas lIclatJol tQi fa aPay per cent infect ou alllcIi of m LcltJ N HUTCHESON Cashier g F m8 BB 27 l1 B B110111LEAD- Miss Pearl CrabQjECh visiting Mont visitingfMrsFShugars caster have arrived make their home Shugars proprietor our drugstore gladly welcome such people cityThe strawberry greafsuccess being McDade first people show jn our opera succefs not sufficient people show beglad have them nights crowds Standing nightsMrvandHutcheson Sunday have engaged rooms Thos Cherrys Wednesday Providence Hutchesotmeeting at Brodhead Fair At 17 Ladies Nice Line Line and each Hats Childrens Sailors to Matting jointless Mattings styles Blue fiI Sewing Machine call We havingbeenident J Thos Cherry Vice Presi dent Granville Owens Secretary and R L Collier Assistant Secretary With these Hood men he hind it it is bouqdtOibe a success J E Chilton of Louisville Ky and J W RossfSof tKnoxyille Teun spent Sunday at the Frith hotelDr OBannon of Stanford was up first of the weekto see J H Albright How TO WARD OFF OLD AGE tdIingfood suited to your age and occu pation ant when any disorders of the stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct it If you have a weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find these Tablets to be just what you need For sale by Chas C Davis Friendly visitor Five year old eh Vell my litte man theyll be sending you to school before very long finnyear sir I enter Harvard next fall i 4 IX TILE STATE IJudge Watts Parker of the Fay Court Monday admit ted James Hargis to bail in the sum of 25000 The bond was signed by Floyd Day and J C Iff Day wealthy lumber merchants of Jackson and M C Courtney and andohn M Stevenson of Vinchester Judge Parker made an address in tLe court room in which he defends his course in the case declaring that from a stand point of law the instructions to the jury wery were so simple that even children could nndersiandthem The fiiet volume of the annual report of the Kentucky Insurance department shows that the risks written iu the State during the year amounted to 226298083 The premiums reported on Kentucky business amounted to 3 64 53829 The losses paid cut are given as 161903998 Dur ing the year the department col lected into the treasury 225345 55 TAIiol a NIT VERNON SIGNALS FRIDAY MAY 12 1905 y Published every Friday by EDGAR s ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Advertising tales made known on application FOR MAGISTRATE nre authoized to announce GRAi YILLE LEECE as a candidate for Magistrate ia the Fifth district composed of Browns and Krodhead Toting precincts subject to the action of the Democrats of that district A motion was before Judge Cochran at London Monday by Powers attorneys to have his case taken from the Scott Circuit Court to the Federal Court for trial What Federal question is involved tltat such action should be taken snot yet been given to the pub lic if such there be It is very plausible to suppose that the prin cipal question involved is to get the case transterred to some point where an acquittal would be sure to come Give Powers a trial at London and Hargis another one be fore Judge Parker at Lexington and there need be no doubt as to what the outcome will he in each SINCE Brer Sam Menefee has teen nominated foi Mayor of Dan ville we would suggest to the mountaineers look shy when in the neighborhood of Little Bri Hain L1Y1NGSTO Jno R Bailey of Baileys Switch Knox county was a guest of Mr and Mrs W R Tubbs one day last weekMisses Nora and Ethel Hayes are visiting their sister Mrs lid Quinn at Covingtoti Mrs Ma hala Carson has about recovered from a severe sickness and is spend ing a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Mart Hicks Miss Ella Stanley of London is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Stanley Mrs Joe Dickerson and baby daughter visited relatives at Brod head last weekMrs Chas Wright of Parksville is visiting her son W W Wright and familyGco Howell and family have moved into the Urban Chewning property on Main street Mr and Mrs R C Wade are visiting relatives in Boyle countyMrs John Howell John A Mullins and W W Wright have been on the sick list Dr Givens of East Bernstadt was called here on account of the sick ness of Mr Wright who is improv ing Mrs Hugh Hagan received a letter from Mr Hagan who is at Aztec New Mexico tor his health He is in good spirits and is im proving Mrs Nellie Haver and children of Newark Ohio are hei e visiting Mrs Havers parents Mr and Mrs J R Orndorffand sisters Mesdames Hocker and Hagan Mr and Mrs Henry Browning visited relatives in Cincinnati last WcekMiss Ella McClure returned to her home at Sniders after a pleasant visit with Miss Ella How ellMrs Dee Bryant and children are visiting relatives near Mt Ver floraDr G B Lawrence was in town MondayRev D McDonald D D of Danville preached two eloquent sermons at the Presbyterian caurch SundayMrs Sherman Collier is visiting relatives in Lau relcountyMr and Mrs McMul lins and Miss Willie E Tubbs are visiting in Louisville and Mitchell and Orleans Indiana There were services at the Presbyterian church Monday and Tuesday evenings Rev Marshall and Mrs Marshall iofPittsburg were guests of friends here Miss Berliaa Mullius and Gertrude Howell were the gtess of Mrs Walter Miller at Bred lead one day list weekMrr and Mrs Chas Wcslerfuld have moved to Lebanon Junction The new Baplvt church have added the long iddicd for and needed bell whose silver tones now call the faithful to i e I i r GIVE THE ROAD To customers of A C HIATT loaded with all kinds Country ProduceA- nd let them examine CLOTj 1 ftv his new stock of 1N U7 The latest styles of Spring and Summer Shoes Dry Goods of aiL kinds Groceries Complete Call today until see for yourself A C HIATT HIATT KY New Goods We have just received another beautiful line of Hats Collars Belts Kid Gloves Laces Summer Corsets c in fact all the new and desirable things for ladies will be found at Mrs CLEO BROWNS Mr YKRXOX Kv 3cc8aC3C3Mf OWENS UNDERTAKER1 1 escI Brod head Kyl worship Bro F P Gates who has done such an efficient work at Livingston for two years has moved to Mt Olivet He takes this church for full time service the Board to aid in his support With Gates and his better hall and his two consecrated daughters on the fieldwe expect under Gods blessing to see things nioveKcn tricky Mission Monthly UHA1J OUCH A HID K Fan is had the misfortune tci lose his house by lire a few days since It took fir aLout 3 oclock in the afternoon Most of his household goods were sHed by neighbors who came to his assistance It is not known how the fire originated Cleaning house seems to be the order of the day and the very air is stifling with trust hut when the good housewife gets through with her moving and beating and banging and scrubb ing and everything returned to its proper place with what a contented iteling she can sit down in her trice sweetsmelling rooms and enjoy a little gossip with a neighbor wIll may drop in but her rest is of shun uritioii Soon a multi Ud ti little tilings which need at tention conies rowding into her mind It lw been truly said that vom ns work is never dome but iiither is mails as tar ea I can see He has ti pant and dig ad It to ran and reap and mow Vheii lit Io harvest Ins crop lay in foci hr winer and do so BEST FOR THE BOWELS thebowelseverydavyonrelnorwiliac wle open and be Force tn the sbepe of violent pbyalcorpill poison The keeplrtheCANDY CATHARTIC wrATEiJI LIKE CANDY DoOoodbooklotonhealthnSliding or KIEF YOUR BLOODCLEAN W COMPLETE LINE ft Collins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or TeleS phone orders Promptly vj Filled k l v fAmany otherflthiugs its enough to tlInot a man The onlv difference I see in mans and womans work man can forget his and enjoy a little recreation and woman never lays her burden down as like Martha of the Saviors time she is cumbered with many cares and now I see some talk in the news papers of trying to revive the old spinning wheel It almost makes the bottoms of my feet ache to think of it how I earned the first dozIing wheel follow it barefoot on a punchean floor for one day I think they would change their minds and the old looms which called in to play every muscle of the weav ers body I say let it never be manyIthan now the old loom and wheel I say burn them up and peace to their ashesA very pleasant little gaUl ering of young folks met at Mrs P M Condors on last Sunday af ternoon aud had an enjoyable time singing and playing Those pres rnt were Messrs Charlie Buchanan Homer Wallin Andrew Dillion Jack Wells and George Condor Misses Theny Bryant Mvrtle Wells and Ernie Menefee The young gentlemen had violin guitar mandolin and harp Miss Myrtle Wells played the organ and Misses singitoIlhisuncle Grove Cookon Sunday lastW E Perkius went to attendIthe burial Mrs Eli zabeth Perkins William M Mot rig Jee Magee and Wade Perkins went fishing Monday Miss Anna Bronaugh has been teaching some of our young folks to trip the light fantastic toe They meet two evenings in each week at the public school building Sub Cook and Jj F Maginnis went to Danville Mon day the 8tb to see an M D for Mr Maginni who is nIB cted with rheumatism Mrs M E Fish and Master Montez has gone to Sanford to spend a few days a t yl r tT =f p The Good Old Summer Time Has Collie i I AND YOP IUST HAVE SUMMER CLOTHING 10 11anythinghirts Collars Cuffs NecktiesReady Made Suits for Men Youths and Boys Straw Hats and Fur Hats willwA Complete Line of DRY GDDDS and NOTIONS We Want Your TradeConw And See Us The Leaders in Their Line iJ C HOCKER COi1Livingston Kentucky Billious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was muchly coated Patent tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly frightnd But their spirits soon werelightend1 For Billsaid and they believed him RISER pills relieved him The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure constipation sick headache billiousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company h Application for removal of the case of Caleb Powers from the Cir cuit Court of Scott county to the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky was made by Powers attorneys before Judge Cochran at London Monday Judge Cochran ordered a heearing of the question set for June S Only a partial transcript of the record of the Scott Circpit Court was filed by Powers attorney and they were given further time in which to complete it A motion for a writ of habeas corpus for the prisoner was made and taken under advise ment by Judge Cochran TIME TRIED AND MKRIT PROVEN One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing coughs croup whooping cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleas am to take and is the childrens favorite cough syrup Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company It is said that the gold output in Alaska and the Northwest Territory this year will be enormous fORBOTH Oie disease of thilmess in children is scrofula in adults poorhiTiiCKC diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the Lest menus of overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best and Healthiest andSr EMULSION is the easiest and most effective aIislutvy why Scotts Emulsion is of so niiuh value in all cases of scrofula arid consumption More fat more weight mOle nourish ment thats why sampleISCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pear Street New York 50ccdJCO t Allaruggbts sold post Geo H Wright for cap turf there is a reward of 5000 for killing three men at Provb Utah lias been arrested at Williamson WVa after a desperate fight With officers v of all kinds Overalls Gloves and guy old thing you want to wear J w vv v SHOES i d IiHAVE you examined our lineji and Summer IIj not dont to do so before buying I PRICE and QUALITY both will suit you 1 Phone JiG IYg rCOMO McKENZIE COME II w IIwillNotions 2 CLOTHING IIVe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all andnges Our goods are right and our prices are Yours very truly McKENZIEIJONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of ftlT VERNON- will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we ray 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 6100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six mouths or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J1 ADAMS VicePres A13 FURNISH Asst Cash tToCure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tbleb Seven Million eon in 3 months This signature whose The Great Council b1 Kentucky Improved Order of Red Men at its sitting in Frankfort decided to es tablish a widows and orphans home lot the families of the deceas ed members of the order r ry r 11J t ir r Ores Grip Two Deys on every box BSc The Carnegie fund of tOOOOlooe to establili a retiring pension fund for college teachers has been in corPrated tuir the laws of New York cc 3U fv1T VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KYj iA Y 12190 79 CnJI up Xo 70 ivhc yni want to Communi cute with IGNXU 791I W JJ IL v4Lg 4 coI TIME TABIJV 22 uttitli i24pin 24 north 332 am 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 a in IAS LANDKUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the ill Vernon Ky Postoffire as seconilcJjiss mail matt- erPERSONAL Atty B J Bethurum is improved in health W I Dooley was over from Mul lins Station yesterday- Dr Louis Jones of Middlesboro visited relatives here this week Mr Donan of Louisville is clerking lot the Mt Vernon Drug Co Burdette Houk is spending a few weeks with relatives at Jamestown a Ind J H Harp was in Corbin first of the week looking out a new loca tionJMrs Matilda Jane Cummins vist ited relatives and friends here thist week Mr H H Hutcheson was up from Brodhead Monday attending the lodge W McC Johnson of the New Livingston Coal Co was here Wednesday W M Poynter and Neal Parret went to London to serve as Feder lljurorslaD E ted near Lawrenceburg was homefolks Sunday Presideut Jones and Supt Hay ward of the Big Hill coal Co 51wereMr and Mrs Robert Cox spent Tuesday until yesterday with rela tives near turned Dr and KingstonIS friends at Williamsburg Atty C C Williams went to Covington Wednesday to attend the burial of Judge Pence W T Davis is having a room added to the house recently purchased from Judge Lewis on old Main street Dr Davis has his new residenc e in the Adams addition completed Jeff Pennington and Fred Hayes did the work Judge Lewis County Attorney L W Bethurum and F L Thomp son went to Louisville Wednesday to see the Derby J C Hayes of Crab Orchard passed through here today en route to Pine Hill to see bis sistert Mrs Rolla Proctor who is very ill Mrs Ellen Welsh was called here Tuesday from Louisville on actcount of the serious illness of berj little son Richard who wasI badly burned A C Hiatt mayor and chief merchant of Hiatt Rockcastle county was here yesterdayMr and Mrs S H Martin of Rockcas tie are with Mr nrlMrsIR G Jones Tuesdays Interior Jour nal Little Richard Welsh son of PatI Welsh stepped in a bed of hot em hers a few nights since burning severely both legs to his knees The Doctor says that it is very probable that it will make a cripple of him The little brother of Scott Ward the merrygoround man was very Pjjily burned Tuesday afternoon pp water and steam from the boiler lT e boy was playing around the loner and engine and turned a focet which let the water on himIN 1 rt Wl+ cI ILOCALThe Brodhead Fair August 17 8 and 19 IMrs Spencer Mullins of near died Sunday morning of consumption Rev J C Carmical will preach- at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock Everybody fret come ISupt G M Ballard will hold tlt atlon for teachers at the public school building here Friday and Saturday May 19 and 20 nothing unforeseen takes place the SIGNAL will move into its own home on old Man Street near the Christian church on or about Jun 1StThe L N will sell tickets to Knoxville June 18 to 24 and July i to 15 for 7 90 round trip account of the Summer Schoolwhich begins June 20 and closes July 28 WANTED 2ooolbs nice coun try hams Will pay locts per lb and exchange flour or merchandise for same nHOUKapr 2itf Mt Vernon KyI McKenzie Brown telegraphed his mother Wednesday afternoon that Mess Hall of the V M 1 of Lexington Va of which heir cadet was destroyed by fire Wednesday Judge Cecil Pence Police Judge Covingtou and the law partner- of Judge R G Williams commit ed suicide at his home in Coving Tuesday by firing a bullet into his brain from a 45caliber pistol it The cause of the deed is unknown The Rockcastle Medical Society will meet in Mt Vernon next Tuess day President Dr Fercy Benton and Secretary Dr S C Davis asks that a full attendance of the melD bers be present and extends an in vitatiou to other physicians of this adjoining countiesn Iebyhead Wednesday morning A suspicious character was arrestedt1 Wednesday afternoon The perb who would do such a deed isb lower than the lowest animals for the animal will protect its Hanging is too easy a death fort1 a heartless creatureb It takes all the way from twenty to fortyeight hours to get a letter from Livingston which ought to be delivered here in lets than one hour The service which some of Uncle Sams postal clerks is is giving is something terrible and it is very strange that suck negligence is tolerated It is a general kick from everybody about mail service For three weeks ouri Livingston correspondence has been carried up and down the road faraday or two reaching here way after it is too late for publica hontWATER VORKSDr M L Myers our enterprising dentist has proposed to put in water works for the town If ten persons agree take water in their homes the work will be started What is the town going to do Not a dollar of money and no possible chance to collect a cent of tax in the coudi which things are now and tocl furnish the town with water and take chances of collecting the pay no one will take such chances It looks like something ought to be done What says the business men I1be attention of our citizens especially telephone subscribers is again called to the importance of notifying exchange in case of FIRE There are a dozen phones located within 200 feet of where the drugstore fire which occurred here on the 6th Under the excite ment of the moment no one retain led his wits sufficiently to call upI Mrs Dr Lovell living a thirdof a mile from the fire notified the telephone people within a few seconds after the alarm was given by pistol shots fired by Jailer Parsons The telephone operator quicklyTag up every Phone in town and brought the people out torender assistance f j 2 Mr Tol Clark one of the oldest Iflsceraldiseases He was the father of Deputy Sheriff D G Clark and P W Clark The burial took place Tuesday afternoon at the Abney burying proundIAT AUC1IONI 0 Saturdaye1905 at 2 p near Thos Cherrys storea lot of new buggies some buck boards some with rubbertires Also a lot of new harness also some 2ndhand buggies J P CHANDDER may 1221 Auctioneer eTo OlmI ONSrlhe fire of last Pri 1nynight having rendered the building in which we are located unsafe to run our large cylinder press we are forced to return to our six column press and we ask the indulgence of our patrons until we can get located in our ew abeonly a week or two when we to give you bettei ser vice than ever before FIREChas C Davis drugstore was destroyed by fire last Fri day night About f23O the alarm was given by James Ballou an mate of the county jail who called to Jailer Parsons that the town was burning Jailer Parsons and W M Poynter were the first on the scene and by the firing of pistols and ringing of the court house bell was a very short time until most every man woman andchild was in rhe bucket brigade proces For a short time it seemed that the residence of F L Thomp son and the old brick hotelwould be sure to go but by faithful work both were saved without much damage The people of Mt Ver on are beyond question the great fire fighters who ever joined a brigade which fact has been forcibly demonstrated in every fire town has ever had The main of the store was brick the lumber room in the rear was frame and it was in the lumber room where the fire originated as part tsar almost burned down any one got to the building Mr Davis had been cleaning up and iu order to clean the shelves had taken most of the bottles of IIbelan entire mystery STRICTLY GENUINE Most of the patent medicine testi monials are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared n the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a pic ank when he was in his office we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in stomachand thought he had hisI cer His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He recommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures allstomach troubles Just as sure ly as the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened this lasting and truly the great est digestant known Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company Dont give me away Thus pleaded the tainted dollar with the trust baron Never fear was the sad sponse I couldnt give ii I tried to decidedjover when Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets are used Sold by Chas C Davis A tornado which struck Marquette Kans on Monday night wrecking prt of the town and killed twentynine people and injured fortytwo others iu five minutes Two churches were completely molished The storm originate- a few miles from the town and fol lowed a heavy rain NDXSKIMEKaiftBakes Kldncja and Eladrfw BfghS J f Z P Grand SpringOffering4 = Yr Our spring stock of Dress goods = Lawns Organdies white goods calico etc is the largest and most complet in town and prices cheap ias any one B otherSkinds of neveity trimmings in all the latest defsigns f SHOES IIthemlndies and children in tan and Patent leather before buying elsewhere Ii MATTING FURNITURE FARMERS some 1han ty ft We thank our friends for their patronage in the past and cordially invite till to corn slid share alike in the many bargains We are offering in our big stock of goods tfRWFE j have the Goods you and are tonsuit CLEARING FOR ACTION When the body is cleared for ac tion by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore 25C The thirtyfirst Kentucky Derby was witnessed Wednesday by one of the largest crowds ever assem bled at Churchill Downs the at te dance being estimated at 25000 The hiftoric event was won by Agile owned by Capt S S Brown the Pittsburg coal king There were only three starters Capt Jim Williams colt Rams Horn winning second place The race was run over a muddy track and the time was 2roM nervous dren become strong and well SarsaparillaSmall Sarsaparilla The change is very prompt yourdoctorformula and will explain rears for months leouM limiuscof thin lint a few Aytrt Sar ai arilla pleielr refor to Y licK5iiNSTEiiVliitlam J a bottle Jcc co AdrmforLoaell The Children Biliousnessconstlpatlon preventre covery Cure these with Ayers Pills CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THE VERY BEST I have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine 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 Count Cassini Russian Ambas sador to the United States is to be transferred to Madrid He will be succeeded at Washington by Baron Rosen dTO CURE IN LAXATINE BRoaio Qui NINB Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure E V Jthe ct signature js on each box r IIpelIIst1itsCome in and troy your plows hoes bridles saddles and harness and all other farm implements etc of us and xve will save you g dealingsiE want sII U ADAMS I I Kt Ky E2 jion short and lone V = wire Phone No 63 11 IN THE No for a for C your or beard l brown I rlch l k i 4111iiItiit Willis GriffinP- RACTCAL 3 PUNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL 3Vernon 1L = Stock Complete tgiuriiwb etice Metilie Coffins Caskets SnjJiav2 Emba1Ining- cE Fine 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IIEDMOND- I Jy Edwin C Itanck CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE rapidlyplete disgust Tom Hankins per sisted in company with Malindy Angry at the girl one day he upbraided her for gding with his enemy respond ed hotly that he wasnt her bos and that she would tell Tom Han kins about it Further words pass ed between them and she left her head high and resentment in her heart The next day Bobs hat was shot from his head as he pass ed the crossroads Being unarmed he had to take cover He could not see his as the man was concealed in the bushes but h was sure it was Tom Hankins an his eves flamed with hate Still he- thought of the teachers words and kept the peace Then occurred the frightful kill CountyAttorney more aroused was an old man who had many enemies by prosecutionWhile brusha man rushed out and drag ged him from his horse Creed j well begged on his knees for mercy but his prayers went unheeded re1peatedltty that no bullet hit a vital spot The unfortunate man bled to death in great agony 4e Now it happened that Bob had been passing along the road on tai lhejblindly to his own death by intrud ing himself at an unfortunate tine had sneaked through the bushes spotButgrowth the murderer had disappear lyfogtoning a Bob walked out and bent above the old man He was still breathing but no orIcrentgaspinglooked up from the corpse to gaze straight into the nuzzle of a Win chester held by Tom He YJii T j j A D3 y 7 = 1 ir rr s = I iiia u a b lI m 511 11 who enemy human stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worncut tissues of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them Diseased kidneys do not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system aIHow to Find Out You can easily determine if your kidneys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your kidneys are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should be taken at once Two Sizes 50 Cents SOLD AND BY n i1V1T VERNON DRUG CO CUT We sold our store must our at CUT and your and We nice line of Dress that you can at COME AND LOOK AT OUR Vernon keeping Malindy Creedwell moment Hankies never moved an eyelid Why dont you shoot he en quired don t need to waste no bullets on a murderer said Youll look up a rope pointing to the body HankinsI With a strong himself back lIalways knowed you wuz a liar slowlybuti murderer of ole men Kankins glared and for a mo ment seemed about to press th trigger then controlled himself and grinned evilly Still covering Bob with his gun he backed slowly away until he was some distance off Well let the law hev a sayso that he shouted as the woods swallowed him themurifollowing as did so slosely upon the heels of the Marcum tragedy quicklyTom Hankins went before the County Prosecutor and swore that he saw Bob Redmond kill old man Creedwell He said that he was bftance ahead of him that Creedw ll rode past a clump of bushes and as he was about to hail him a nisi- wlion he recognized as Bob Red mond leaped from the brush and legjerkedwell was horribly frightened and begged Redmond to spare him for the sake of his gray hairs Han liana swore that he then rushed up prayererashHe cussed me an tole me to tend to my own business or he would put a bullet in me con hadntliouothin but stars by an see the man shot testimonyra edut the town jail while his cue e who had to tell the truth a was the hero of the hour and the newspapers lauded him to tIle skies Then Malindy dryeyed and white came to Bois iu the jail and G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Ywrites About four years ago wrote you stating that had been entirely cured or a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say I have never ban a return of any of those symptoms during the years that have elapsed and am evidently cured to stay cured thatIheartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering kidney or bladder trouble and 100 I wn Mt I effort about dared told him sonic facts that surprised him even more than the malicious lie that landed him behind the bars Its jest spite work said lindy passionately twirling strings of her old pink suuboun between her fingers Tom thin thet I love you Bob an when an me had thet falliti out he over tew our house tew see me an ast me tewmarry him Well ij laffed in his face an tole him tl I couldnt never love no man ii him Theo he got awful made Bob an said he warnt no foolSno woman could play with an thet he guessed anyhow I wanted some outcry cuss like you Ill fix thet skunk he saidan he outer th place like a crazy an Bob he hated ole man Cre well an I know it wuz him what killed him When did he say hed fix m demanded Bob excitedly He said hed fix you jest day before olc man Creed well wuz shot replied Malindy solemnly Bobs eyes had a hopeful hg when Malindy told him good bye and shook hands in her tremulous wayBut after the preliminary hear ig before the County Judge the Hantkins aiNick Goodwill who shot questions perIsistertyevident 0lt1thee as n petent but was overruled Also to Bobs great surprise and disc PI poiutment the County Attorney nytecept the positive evidence of her tdand Malindy was withdrawn from flit witness stand Bobs dhisactions on the day of the killing and his previous good record elicitt trdmission ilastof his guilt and he was held over to ljBobale He had ortealoco i en ofrjght tahosesent in the penitentiary from h county for a teim of years by a Federal Judge on the evidence men who cared nothing for the consciences so long us they earned witness fees In fact several in stances had been exposed by the Federal district Attorney at CO t ington where men had sworn to lies for the sake of a trip to the city and a few dollars for drunks Iitipi speechhis of as he strode back and forth before the jury his led hair waving ag gressively and his big freckled fa working as he poured out a of mountain eloquence crude hut straight tothe point If you send this boy to the lows on the sole evidence of T Hankins he said fixing a sco ful look at that individual you will be guilty of a judicial murder you will place a stigma upon the name of Kentucky justice that will never be effaced Think caret what you do men Here is an nocent boy there U his enemy who accuses him Remember h Christ was betrayed for thirty p es of silver Surely the gratin ca tiou of revenge is sweeter to enemy than the sound of silver a false friend But Prosecutor fJyrd also made the speech of his life He told the jurors that the e Stheul reiguhso tie oucounty alone had injured the State beyond estimate that civilization attdetestablekewho had brought t tate into disrepute at home arided andabroad The world ciao justice the State implored justi Already two oleo had been all ed to go with life sentences who galloneddo their full dutysThen Bob thoueh tubetit f piate the crimes of others and he wlhtCeti ace from the room came in with the verdict It was trot the gallows to which he was condemned it was life im prisonment that confronted him Now the Kentucky mountaineer in his own surroundings and his own people is Minnytempered bighearted de fightior a a of God s sunshine he is a pail reaturesullen apathetic desP ate Bob knew that he would so be like those men he had seen the Frankfort Penitentiary with the hopeless look on their faces peering from behind the bars Still he kept stern control over his feelings until his old mother visitedas him shortly after the verdict made known She was ltea broken and as she sobbed out her l ou his breast his own tears mingled freely with hers But how sweet and brave was in this dark hour MirauI ce Bob forgot all his and lived once more They attempt now to conceal ue feeling for one another theirl I love blossomed and erfect flower and the old jail was transformed into a garden Mirandy never lost her chid11 ke faith in God She was sure hat somehow or other things would themselves and justice shin rCl it t tout and clear away the cloud At d Nick Goodwin shared tills teel ng He was moving heaven nI earth for a new trial and pend ug th action of the court Hob war sent to the Covington jail fat rie3tping The newspapers printed lig arli ties telling the public what a don ions prisoner Bob tins They pictured him i a man dead to every good instinct and for the first lime in his life Bob began to realize how had he really was A detail ofsoldiers escorted him to Covington and when the city was reached the militia had to push their way through the big crowd that had assembled at the depot to see him How well he remembered itallthc jostling crowd the big policemen yelling at the curious to stand back the march through the street the tall buildings finally the grim jail This been his home fer five long months eternityBut he was going home Home How sweet the word sounded Home meant his old mother and Miran dyhome meant the solitude o the restful mountains and the soft prattle of murmuring streams the cry of the blue jay and the whistle of the catbirdit meant the delic ious smell of the woods and fields Clccitysmeant joy and happiness and life Thomptrwino his hand so warmly that the officer was touched in spite of himself geniallyhowdy On the train he told him what had happened at Jackson during his absenceIll yo boy yo wuz att f lucky when yo got Nick Goodtt wonticd e l a horn wonder Hes jest like a bulldog He never let up never lefdyou wuz and be wernt goin tew quit tlhe proved it Pears like he g on th right scent all right too boynwuz as s boy wuz a givin out a story th he wuz out huntin th day old rata Creedwell wuz shot an seed who killed iui Nick went right after lithe boy an damn me if it wernt The boy was most skeet tew death an didnt want tew say TocBut Nick made him tell antookitl hatod out an e upAnd was wait tesEastern hiu boftg atofhoarse keptbusythey just couldnt do enough to behati heSig face beaming joy embraced like a father Some one seiz him and in a moment he n above their shoulders In triumphance gaotvappearance court when the new trial came up toIt was nearly dusk when be le r courthouse for his home Ti- olemn hush of the mountains iv deepeningbuf baewere noiseleless wings One by one t light began to come out and quiet peace seemed to brood or the town Bob slowly approached d the little cabin where s mother was preparing the simple steppedinsideexcept for the glow of the cooking stove viiMammy pan dropped noisily to the floor fulThen a pair of shaking arms went his neck as the Widow oniing to him as though she could never let him go Suddenly there wasa movement iu the far corner of the cabin and Bob released his mother MiranI thalte Ihrtway IA PILES prolImoney if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how II standing in 6 to 14 days Iteitsend 5oc in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icice Co St Louis Mo l l C C Williams ATTORNEYAT LAW IMT VERNON KY 0I ernrnt on giventoPhone No So M L MYERS t3 IIIlItOFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil llama residence ydat BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday nook r 3 C McCLARY Undertaker 11EmbalmerLINE omp1et Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly IcygW M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones FIRSTCLASSnSATISFACTION GIVEN HOT WEATHER PILES Persons afflicted with piles should yeartwa conditionsII Hazelsout soreness and cures Get the gen CCnon Drug Company ADJOINING COUNTIES edAt the allegedresult of a quarrel over fifty cents John Vickery was BuncheRobbers broke into the stores of England Ellison C and J M Lock Barbourville taking several articles of merchandise including shoes shirts and dress goods George C Johnson a wellknown citizen of Welchburg Jackson cairn ty died suddenly Wednesday morn ing of heart disease He was of a akeandetheiupon moun tains as a section of doubtful mor ofsare ex empt from the ordinary vices andveuse of profanity The county judge cir cuit clerk county dens county at schoolseareasany isrofisensitcommon Whatacouldermore State CALIFORNIA California entertains every year a host of visitors By reason of this she has gained a great reputation for hospitality California springThelike to have you try its uptcdate service from Chicago or St Louis specialinducement are offered daily March i to May 15 Ask your home agent or write to John Sebastian Pasugr Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago Ill CHatCURE THE LUNGS Or ings New Discovery fUR c II50c11THROAT j Mt Vernon Signal SUprlEMENT MT VERNON KY MAY 12 1905 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 moribus by taking it in water as as can be drank That when taken in this way the effect is double inI rapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly he says For sale by Chas C Davis Mr J W Gray said to be the widow of asChicago broker and be lieved to be wealthy committed suicide in her room at the Hotel Imperial in New York by shoot ing She left some letters in which it appeared that disappoint ment in love was the cause of the deed The man to whom the letI ters were addressed was said to be married Mrs Gray left a sister and niece in New Orleans THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR 31031 ESEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements fort persons desiring to own their land producing almost anything that can be grown any where mild climate good schools goodwater healthful surrcundings and a growing country are some of raising fruits and vegetables for earlymarkets L nd that can be bought for 55 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchardand truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 200 for the round trip April 4th and i8th special low round trip ratesless than one way farer5oo and less from Mem phis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points East of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request- L 0 SCHAEFER TPA COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI O OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily service 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 221 p m and 820 p in Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see rearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P Av Iron Moun tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv INFLUENCE Do we realize all that this little word means That though our life may Abe quiet secluded and commonplace we are weilding an influence for good or bad over someone and perhaps many Even in frvilous and fleeting things ofI life we imitate and follow example Some woman who is considered a leader in the fashionable world gets a dress or hat along comes another or perhaps a score of women and try to get a dress or hat the exact counterpact of the one Mrs loader got and so it goes througheut every department of life Merchants often say to us pure is a certain kind of soap coffee fabrick or whatever it maybe this is the article to purchase Mrs so and so uses this In the socialworld the power of influence is strongest and most telling Al ways excepting home influence We visit people because others visit them or else decline to call because some one else has declined to do so this rule holds good with the polite circle of societv The world is watching each of us someone is trying to be good because we arc good or engaging in a reck less abandonment of gaiety and frivolity because some other one seems to get much out of this kind a life We see much of the power and result of influence in this life but only eternity willre veal all that this word means Es pecially do we who have taken up the cross of Christ wield a far reaching influence over enemies We have in our power to win them for Christ and thus have many stars in our crown Who can measure the height depth and power of home influence This is mainly attributed to the mother she being suitor power for all that is good in the home Popular opinion made it so not the law of God He says the father must as e pure and exemplary as the moth er Fathers should begin to real ize that if they drink swear an use tobacco their boys will usually do the same for whom have they for an ideal but father Let us stop and consider if we are leading souls to heaven or hell by our influ enceExA FAMILY LINIMENT Every family should be supplied with a bottle of Chamberlains Pair 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 avoided Sold by Chas C Davis l AROUND THE WORLD Tobaoco is used by a greater numper of people and among more nations than any other prod uct of the earth with possible exception of tea It is the most heav ily taxed product of the world The revenue derived from it byC the American government is over 44500000 a year it has been as much as 62250000 901 Great Britains tax on tobacco brings an annual revenue of some 55000000 Cleveland and Harrison have been the only retired presidents toI be conspicuously svccessful in pri vate business It is not generally known that Mr Cleveland still serves as consulting counsel in law cases in which his experience in the office of president may be supposed to have given him spe cial qualifications as an adviser His fees in such cases are large as were those of Mr Harrison as a legal adviser and a lecturer on con stitutional law- Domestic cats running wild with their decendants born in the tim ber threaten to over run the for ests of the northern part of Mine sota Several years ago a lumber company distributed about fifty cats among the camps and at headquarters for supplies to kill o the rats When the camps broke up most of the cats were left to shift for themselves and the result has been that they are now running wild with their thousands of de cendants and the feline popula tion of the county has already reached astonishing proportions From the report of the metropolitan police it appears that 1925 per sons were arrested last year for begging on the streets of London and of these 1539 here convicted and sentenced to prison from one week to three months It is cal culated that 4000 persons make living in London by begging an that their average income amounts to 30 shillings about 75o a week or over 1500000 a year Man of the persons arrested were foun moneydeven deposits aggregating hundreds o pounds WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUHATISM 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 i worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering have 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 Cha C Davis xI An Illinois paper sizes up the twobyfour funny fellows of the city papers who make great sport of the localisms in the country papers To these smartalecks an item like this is uproarously funny Hiram Slocum has sold his Holstein cow to Ed Childress But ofcourse it is just the proper caper when they say Mrs Franklin Oliver Lowden has just returned from the Epsom Lorimer Kennels Oh thats great That bull pup would bring about 30 cents in the dog pondwhile Slocums cow would sell for 850 in the dark Because Gussie Davis was over at Guars Point Sunday to see his best girl they throw a shoe but if William Henry Harrison Pook the society leader was in Milwaukee last Saturday to see Miss Berndell they would slobber over a halfcolumn and have three pictures of Gertie and William Henry on the front page This life is but a mass of woes And sorrows at the most For many months we nearly fro e And soon well nearly roast TERRIFFIC RACE WITH DEATH Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with deathas a result of diseaseffot 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 soid at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore price Soc TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis Colonistd1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and Westerndhomeseeker or investor Home salefeach 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 Railways or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without chauge Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particu- Lars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky lOLEYSIIONlYAtmTAR for children cafe cure Jfo opiate i MakeMoneyIn If you are industrious and capable you can make money there The big ranches are breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous youhaverent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in a few years We will sendyou descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money familyYou you can go there work a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and scenery and earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 I I 33 From Chicago 3O FromI For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly reduced rates from almost any point East The trip is easily and comfortably made via the Rock Island Two routesone through New Mexico the other through Colorado Through tourist carshours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso triweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars bothroutes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States they are travel can save you money You can have their assistance in arranging the California trip for the askingI completefolder lUHIESEEKEKS EXCURSION VIA QUEEN rHESCENT ROUTE o Tickets on sale on fir t and third Tuesdays of each month to many points South Southeast and South west For information address E N AIKEN T P III Main Street- Lexington Ky or W C RIXEARSON G P A Cincinnati O WANTED sooolbs nice coun try hamsi Will pay locts per lb and exchange flour or merchandise blur same Hotel ADAMS aprsitf Mt Vernon Ky The Presidents party broke camp in the Colorado mountains Saturday morning and rode horse back thirty miles to Glenwood Springs The party bagged ten bears the President four Rain or snow fell almost continual ly while they were in camp He left Glenwood Springs Sunday on the return trip to Washington Remember the Rock Wand runt more tourist can to California than any otter route Many of them are of the latest pattern with wide windows and lavatory and toilet rooms for both men and women unusually large and complete in their appointments Cut out this advertisement fill in spaces below and mail to JOHN SEBASTIAN Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System CHICAGO iUustratedCaliforniaexpect to leave for California about andwould like information about NUt Name Address cityState TO CONS UJIPTIYES The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means after suffering for several ye rs with a severe lung affection and that dread disease is anxious to make known to hit fellow suffer ers the means ef cure To those who desire it he will cheeifully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for and all throat and lung lIe hopes all sufferers will his remedy as it is inval uable hose desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may drove a blessing will please address REV WlLox Brooklyn New York mar 3 1yr FLEl 7lll1 TARCures Colds Prevents Pneumonia Bee keeper before you buy your spring supply see the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved It has all necessary conveniences and is a nice ornament to place in any ones yard Once try this hive and you will use no other For further information csll on or address- D C Or S C FRANKLINLocal Mt Vernon Ky After a second declaration to the court that agreement was impossible the jury in the Hargis case at Lexington was discharged Ten of the jurors were for acquittal and two of them refused to be changed from the belief that he should be convicted He was ordered back to jail and a motion for bail argu ed by the attorneys was passed upon Monday morning No surprise was caused by the outcome of the trial as under the instructions of Judge Parker no one looked for a conviction tE Subscribe for the SIGNAL ROCKCASTLE Real Esta teCo3- IT 1J tXONJY o All farms etc advertised under this head will Ixi 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 beat 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 good orchard FARM NO 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on the Mt Vernon and Somerset road near Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postoffice and in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No 3A farm of 185 acres located near Msiretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and 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 splendidbargain 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 if a division is made FARM No d130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain TAKEWINE CARDUIAT Are you a sufferer Has your doctor been unsuc cessful Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourselfAT HOME hneboughttheir druggists and have cured at home of such bearingdownrhcea barrenness nervousness dizziness nausea and despond weaknessTheseWine of Cardui cures when the doctor cant Wine of Carded does not irri painintonic of healing herbs free from ismelafulnatural way w boughtfrombottle and you can begin this treatment today Will you try it la cases regnlrtngepeclat directions address giving symptoms The Ladiw ChattanoogaMedicIne t