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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fil irfI Ef tbJ hed 1887 t j 1 r 4- till MT KY J9 1903 lid z to we we of in at to us this sale ran he Ladies Rat cliffe 550 shoes in tics new and new heels 100Misses 75c25c JIO II X etUdrf LIlltt JI ViMr = VERNON CQH3T FRIDAY MAY XUBEU I Uw o- i Greafesf SHOE SALE OF THE SEASON It would 1ny selfrespect ing finial shed tears see the prigs sell the product of its hide for Notwithstanding the boom in prices planned for by the Manufacturers here are figures much lower than the wholesale people can quote Last week bought the eni tire line of samples ofseveral the largest jobbing houses thej country less than 5octs dollar Money talks and the people who of make penny countiJust OneHalf Price YOufTRIEDremarkable duplicated 2- t celebrated chris- ty shapes 125 I I 90c I I I 50c Ci buy every Ladies shoes high and low cuts in eluding all shadeRII of tans latolnst shoes 175 to 2 Spring styles serviceable of finest with ex or light finest upto date shoes in rdeal kidand Fosters vici kid hand sewed and hand turned worth 3 300 pairs ladies fine sample shoes worth from 150 to 8250 per pair they come in all the best vicis such as ideal and Fosters Pick your chpfce for 90 cts Misses shoes and slip pers worth 1 25 made of tine Dongola kid very stylish and ser vicable Dont fail to see these Infants slippers and Soft sole shoes All the new colors to fit the little fat chubby feet Odds and Ends in La dies and M ens shoes to close for 50c If you fail to get in on this lot you are loos ing deal 200 TO 275 gaoo 125 IQQ 150 125 100 65c liens shoes and oxfords worth s ro and 8375 the vor t latest st leii IUnlijlt and tans Mens shoes worth 3 Goodyear wells in pat strictly up todatecolt viei kid and box calf this Springs styles Mens shoes as good as any 2 shoe in our town in viei kid hiCkIorvMelts slippers in black worth a great Alc0fp1a PIblackspnd tans from 5dc25 to S3 00 Boys shoes and oxfords worth 2 inI high grade viei patent colt and bo calf the very lates- Spring styles made exactly like mens high grade shoes Boys shoes worth 175 in all leather newest and latest styles will just suit the boys Boys shoes worth 150 extra good quality in hickory calf box calf und satin calf all sizes Good as gold Youths shoes worth 8125 made all solid i satin calf box calf au viii kid new Sprin- styles Will et rtaiiil tickle the little boys MENS BREECHES 49CIIA LEGSEATS THINK OF IT t 1 fPRIT 13 FADED j LEVEL GREEN While the others attending Church and Sunday school I am penned up in the house with Betsy and Grace Newspapers and the Bible are lovable companions from the one I learn something of tine race and worry of men for the almighty dollar They la rIswindle cheat and defraud brothers at every turn and corner just as though the getting ofmoney was the only object of life get money and get it as quick as possi hie and just any way you can- Paul never spoke a more solid fact than when he said The love of money is the root of all evil Neither did Solomon ever wiser or more truthful proverb than Robert Burns did when he manIrich neglect the poor charity is more of a name than a reality the tryitoor even die at all but the other the Bible blessed book shows man what a poor miserable worm of the dust he is unfolds his two great dutiesone to God the other to man shows him his weakness and dependencies aud causes him when meditated upon as David himselfiworship in lots of our large churches are only formalities old pupil and neighbor 9YI IIOur 5s still having a hard with that monster sumption Our good friend J MI Hurst through a firm reliance on the Great Physician and His power to save is slowly pulling upI lull and we fully believe that he is jgood for many years yet with Irieridsaud family irrs Cynthia Brown Vanhook is slowly recov ering from a severe spellMrs Fanny Broyles of Plato spent Sun day with us and if she only knew how her presence and cheering talk reviyed me she would surely soon come againR L Brown of Somerset was up to see his father Sunday He thinks lots of the and that she has a foriourare not Grass wheat and oats are doing wellNorton Hamlin bought a fine large pair of mules last week from George Livesay for 27500 There are moregood mule colts ourjin many years past J C Hayes of Pongo gave Level Green folks a visit on business Monday BUCK VARNON STRICTLY GRNUINg Most oftbe patent medicine testimonials are probably genuine Tie following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineerr running on the tween Wichita end Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a pic Mtwe sots he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had can cer His druggist recommended Kodol and be says it cured him He recommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as sure lyas thesun shines your stomach can be brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly the great MtllVernouAs the result oi an agreement couusei for the defense and prose Lexingtond toyand continued their cases till the fall term of the Fayette Circuit Court TARJ Every Friday ROCKCASTLE r TA7 AJ l fAhp XJ c r + qtIv + Y J P Me f Deth nd- a i 1 f r IM Spring and Sunnne OiMds is now at its heigj t and you we debating in 3fc your mind wltert is tIre best place to liy them Let us solve the problem for you by g A calling your attention to our Complete Line aijd Iow Prices 4 few of lncJwe t rnentionfA1MDRESS GOODS ydMCanvass Back Ducks all colors lOcJNice Dress Lawns fc to ilc d SHOES 1 Lot loo pairs Children Shoes in Blacks and Tans sizes ti to 12 at 05c per prf 1 Lot 100 pairs Misses Shoes in Tans and prMensg 1 Lot 75 pairs Mens Fine Shoes tic Mens Shoes in Tans Blacks Patent Leather prLadiesLadies Slippers at 7ac to 8175 per pr i1 Full Line of Buggy Harness that we can please you with in Collar Haiues and Breast strop at from 550 to 10 per set Do not fail to us call We want your end will yon JJfPUK MOTTOGood Goods treatmentor q R i1 f I I I OF l a J W l t W I is a prospect for all of this The have brought a tide in the and the are a of iss Dott5hafer of is her Mrs E C Jjell of Indi ana is visiting her Mr J B Our town Mr and Ota were last evening And C C Cummins of Pittsburgh and of this were on Monday here with her Mrs J L left for her in Washington D C this is still in but very few important cases been The man who stole a locomotive last and it the road for th of wrecking Douglas passenger was sen to the penitentiary for oil U NDWAg eaejliMensUnderskirts an BlackiBrown and at Lot and Childrens to jc iDoStraw jointlcss 15c pen yd Mattings in tine styles ydCarpets 1 DropHead Sewing Machine 5 year guarantee at W a trade give Lowe IVces W 3 THOS imODHEAl KENTUCKY ITHES I The Gibralterof Rockcastle County m Financial Institutionsf- i CITIZeNS BliNK i mWmtroACCOUNTS m diuidual Firms and Corporations Solicited ideasa1 mmupon mr HUTOHESON OashierI ff SB r r S B UR1 There good fruitin county rains good river mills getting good supply logs Ohio visiting sister Disel Miss Anna White uncle White marshal George Davis Miss Perkins married Sunday Paj Miss Vicy Sumner county married leveniugMrs Green Clay Smith several mouths daughter Whitehead home morning Circuit Court session have tried Jellco winter started down supposed Cap train tenccd Ladies Nice Line Line Ladies Gray Men Boys Sailors each Matting Straw carpet Blue Good 1250 give S r purpose CHERRY twpyears He failed lo kill any body bOX of bacnjt worth stolen from depot at Strunks SI the Southern Road has cost the State over rooo and the lawyers are still speaking on the case TaRRiiiic RACE WITH DEATH Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with deathetas a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleepand 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 feet thnt in three days I felt like a newr man and today our cured of all my troubles Guaranteed and soidat Mt VernonDrug Cos drugstore price Soc The Spanish government will establish ran experimental station at the Institute Agricola de xAlfon so XII where the quality and working capacity of agricultural machines and implements are to be thee results issued TARtrJla Published =JlArr PatelIcalled on she of the ridge belles Saturday dnd Sunday A C Hiatt was in Stanford Monday last with mariketawho has been attending Williams bung Nof rnal has returned C M Hi at and faiuily were visiting in Mt Vernon theiSrst of the week Fred Johnson a hustling traveling man qi Berea spent the night in our tpwnfirst of the weekSacs atd Allen Maharg are in Lincoln doing some carpentering this week Henry Parkerson bought of Brummett of Brodhead a horse for oA C Hiatt bought a nice bunch of hogs at 4cJ H Cress took from here a drove of sheep at reasonable priceTbe rush is about over with our farmers corn plauting is a thing of the past and youngcropsa CLEARING FOR AUCTION Vlien the hotly is cleared for action by Dr Kings Netf HfeiPiils you can tell it by file bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes theTitness of the flesh andni useless tIlt buoyancy of the mind Try lliew At Mt Vernon Drug Os drugstore 25c =MT VERNON SIGNAL FIUUAY MAY 19 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR I Advertising rates made known on application FOR lAG STILrI ate nutboizetl to announce GRANVILLE LEECK as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fifth district posed of Browns and Krodhcud Votinx precincts subject to the action of the Democrat of thaidistrict NEWS ITEMS Polish Rebels are said to he se cretly arming themselves for an outbreakThe Baptist conven tion will hold its annual session in Kansas City Hiram Cronk the only survivor of the war af 1812 is dead at Ava N Y at the age of 106 years The British war office leas declin- i d to allow the Irish Guards band to vist the cities of the United States AngecsCa1H Gurney who rejected his atten tions and committed suicide t D by two natives witac Jin nuning between the post and Bambaug river Philipines approached with in yards of a monster python 27 feet long Feaster empted the contents of his carbine into it and killed it After cutting it open there was found inside a deer about two years oldwith horns bout 4 inches long ana only dead a few hours The natives Irtcr carried the deer home ior food The miiiber of alaities rs a rci suit of the cyclone wind struck Uightlwill half a mile wide was cut through leaving the ground swept clean the exception of three or four stone buildings Relief has been sent to Snyder from all the neighboring towns and almost every left in the place has buildingj into a temporary hospital injured Following the storm a fire broke out and destroyed one id business block ill GUI SUbPIIUP The farmers have on His smile g that they are well up with their work here All done planting corn with land in much wetter condi tion than usual and the corn plant ed early a remarkably good stand 8Jyhim hoe half the day in 13week IIEof grippe but is well except thes nnectedgooseberriessupply is being canned andstored away for a rainy day b the trijut ladies of our JlllageNextt1 spei8ifro AK VuiRL Ljv hcadfiwill bjexpect fterp bis orfiUiiitw Aliir invited and I 4er viii hold myselt reap artiti fo iii ftiowas at Bro Noels meeting at Brod head last Sunday and a feast tothe soul is reported ItIAnd his tongue wt mu sly coated Patent tonics tt otdent ells a Mill Dr Companies would nut insure him All his Vienna were dlyfrighlnM Uut their spiritsscnn wereliritend 4I v lAftLJ SiS6K jii ivieveci hroi TheFaraous Lit r Pills EARLY RiSSRS ctiic txvKfjaikm aepdaehe billiouso tie by thei- tonic effect on the JveJt They nevergripe or sicken but impart eary eutr y God childrenaradult r Sold by M 7ernonIruCarnpalty 3 F 4DED y p I L 1 oo Reward I S given to any lady finding a better selection ofI 0 Summer goods Lawns Swiss Silks anti Satins r0Fine Waist goods Embroidery of all kinds 1 Latest Styles of Belts Collars ITies Gloves Combs etc S CoodlI tI3mtfg h 8111IhbINERY elUB4I e MilliNERYIS ffi Opportunity knocks at everybodys door atleast J once Now is your Opportunity We have just re turned from city with beautiful line Hats Ribbons e Laces Gloves Polka dot Batiste for your Summer dres Come gall see them Mrs CLEO BROWNMT ICy fjtl iJ rH MILLINERY mm II I 4 f GRANVILLEOWEMSy I UNDERTAKER I fi Brodhead Ky W v jl m A7JliCrll1Js in = 1 yr2CThis falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be j bald Give your hair some j jAyers Hair Vigor The fall p ing will stop the heir will aflzdr 9gor 11ihpelfa74lenramfoilyOIICIMIitlP4tllppee Su1TaSaretoga I lJgabotne J cAnco 1lasiThck Hair FUNNY SIDE dChicago offers a splendid field to President now if he feels disposed to wield the big stick Kansas wants 40000 more wheat hands Evideutlv Roekcfel liasut got the entire State yet There are 10 bankers in the Ohio penitentiary Theyre in a safer place than their depositors money was It seems that Daddy BIyer of aged 82 has been cutting and piling 62 cords of wood while Gsler has been talking When Pat Crowe finally j ctiie with the Jay Jiev should tsihtupac 3 3 Frt jn TTun iucibUnck ibewusiiti fttucc flan rLsjet stowd for ilie BntiH enl that Carnegi iciaiidVto tbs Vasuiiigon Uall team and resent itto the SmihsbhanJn IstltutIO1v t r m Neat Cheap I I gI COMPLETE LINE QA11phone orders Promptly icf Filled fV V y r QUESTIONS AND ANSWEllfc canIanTetherare n i Who said Charity begins at home 2Locate Men are growing weaker gird wibti tlfily are the Old Testamen t theI4 How many corsp read a chapter in ihe Good Book every trees 5 What Look Billie Bible not have the manic of the Rather in 1 atPatriireb aVl n Prophet Who was the firs ofraeh Hucic ONI TlilK 1nltw At lit iur 1aotE rightionpleatieE 51iJIEiP1m a t yoahavntareolarhealtbpmnrectartotth Kcepoubosvols Ttcmuotboat ytr iT LIKE Gtidst P60cJy lefonhea d Sttrllns Rsmtij Cj Chcego li w y f XiC l f I P E I fie i Goo Old Sumrne Time Has orne BagSB gSES1 r i AND YOU MUST HAVE SUM IVi E R CLOTHING iOI Ii1l1ythinghirts Collars Cuffs NecktiesReady Made Suitsfor Men Youths and fTSV H2S and FOP HflS ofall l1 kinds Overalls Gloves and HlV old BoysI VJ JsurplifeA Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS We Want Your Trade Come And See Us The Lenders in Their Line JRC HOOKER CO5 Livingston Kentucky IOqe io1U an a HllOaT The seasons first cold may be slight may yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Uiii necessary to on that second preventiveIEmulsion is a as well as a n Uu Iirt J4 JgibpI when colds and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamraa tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs J and drives the cold out Send for free sampler Clztiitl5ti IZI AxATinu BROMO QUI KINK Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure V 1 Groves signature is on each box t25ctsUncle Joe Cannon is mentioned for the Presidential nomination in 1908 Hav we is he only the velltwuhI After the Colorado jiujitsu is something jS worse than a back number HIesm Patterson last Saturday was releasjij esedfrour the Tombs iid uisde a free woman by the District Attorney HOT WEATHER TILES Persons afflicted with piles should arlHotIter contribute 10 the conditions make jiilea tl ore painful and dangerous He Witts Witch Hszel Salve stops the pain draws out the sorenesb and cures Get the gen uine bearing the jme of E C DeV u Sold by Ml Vcr non Drug CU al rAn Gov lieckham says the power to latejCovirglT tests not wM the Ex jectitivc bat with tfie Mayor oil Covinetou biiliousat iy unjJtasrnt it is qicly when Chsmberlains 5l6njch and liver T bVtSTe vs it Sld hv C X Jk 11 i j J JTJ t SHOES II HAVE you examined our linei7of Spring and Sum- merSHOES If not dont tail to do so before V buying M PRICE awl QUALITY hothwill snit you j Yours for business Phone HG t r LX r ROBT COX Mt Vernon Ky JO o c d Phone G u COMECOMEJot r11 invitealwstys to come and see us At my store Notions find a good selection of Dry Goods youI srsa3i Cs CLOTHING Ve carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sizes told ties Our goods tie right and our prices are right Yours trul- yJONAS McKENZIE S T JONAS McKE 2E YOUR BAM KING No matter siiiall uo uiattter large THE BANK of MT VEiRtiON will give it careful attention This message applies to the meii anti the women alike ofX100upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres Vr L KlGHAKDS Cashier J T ADAIMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash rfO To Gore a Cold M One Day Take Laxative Bram Qonmie Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 TfalS signatGle KOTti t White a ecidtrl o r LhKs Uavis 11 very hov how months Gcn Steven D Li e conmarc- iag the Conlede tt Scteratt hn appouted Nrlt Oft tl H Young chief 1ti1a of tl per dt itheL ts jn rruno1 1Jli GG i I in Cures CipIon every box 25c 1 While working on the teeth ofa civil war veteran named Reese at Ottawa Kan the dentist found a one ounce minim baIt inoedutd in the jaw toat 1l eve has aFtit la battle ia i Si 4 uC r VERNON SIGNAL m JlVhoI Y 1I JI Dt5 9 Coll up Nro 7g when-you nnttoCoriarnuni Cute with SIGNAL 79 it f I JJJLousvLLC Co TIME IABLEi 22 north 124 pm 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 pn 21 South 1236 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phona No 58 Entered nt the Mt croon Ky Postofnce as seeon class snail matter IE1tS0AlpAgent J A Landrum is at Pitts burgS B Ramsey has a very sick childJack Ping is at hume from Missouri for vacation- E A Herriu is doing some brick work for Dr Davis Mrs Margaret Grimes is num bered among the sick Jack Conn is the assistant fore man at Sparks Quarry Little Clyde Verner Cox was very sick yesterday but better today Lytle Adams is at home from the Marion Sims Dental College Louis ville Born to the wile of R B Mul lins a fine baby boy christened Reubiu Benjamin Mrs R L Jones of LexiugtonI is visiiie her parents U Gentry 11tioncepted a position in Pennys drug store Stanford Gran Adams supervisor of this division was here Tuesday Gra has many friends here who ar glad to see him rising Capt W H Spradlin of Foun tai IIcd Tenn spent the week t e cklDg after easiness matter r X iig old friends and rely Vt3 1manleave Mt Vernon next Thursday Mrs Charley Hendesou is visit ing her father W A B Davis She will leave in a few days t 11 hir hu baud in Knox vine where they will make their home D Miller and Charley D S N brakemen are with future These are two of the boys whom we heard Master of Trains BI say were two of the beStat men he had on the roa- dLOCAL Circuit Court Monday John Larkin Owens hada good j cow killed by dogs Monday A threeyearold child of 1 N Grabiel died Monday Mrs Gra biel is very low with consumption- and not expected to live David I Stokes and Mrs Lizzie cnmIminsat the home of the Rev B S Da1 vault who officiated There is a full docket for Circuit Court which begins next Monda Chancery causes 94 common law cases 56 Commonwealth prosecu tions 22 and tnisdemeaners 98 P H Sbutts has put up a stoat home near the H G Suttou farm Mr Shutts is one ofor very best citizens and we wish hi muchsuccess jn his new uderta lg yr rex issue we hope to iv ati to have our cylinder press m operation again and resume the regular sizey columns We ask our patrons to be patient with us and rest assured that no time being lost in making ready J 3 or FRI IT 13 Hon F F Bobbin will Jecture the court house here next Mon day night on Law and Education EvnJsHi iuttdIJim Donn vas stahted in the abdomen by Ed Bullock near the tatters home Sunday evening We were unable to ascertain the cause of the trouble Doan will probably recover KIIIKD Robert Carter age 21 and a son of D L Carter was LangfordI lyingionarm cut entirely off He leaves besides his parents a young wife who have the sympathy of all foldIIbedsspiings pillows sideboards hat racks tables chairs rockers car pets matting rugs druggets wall aper and everything kept in a firstclass furniture store We pay freight to your depot TRI BLE PENCE may 19 tf Stanford Ky A T AUCTIONo I will sell at Brodhead Saturday May 20th 1905 at 2 oclock p m near Tlios Cherrys store a lot of new buggies some buck boards some with rubbertires Also a lot of new harness also some 2ndhand buggies J P CHANDDER may i22t Auctioneer u lOur Representative Hon W A is making an effort to newispecify the use of the stone from the Rockcastle quarries in the con structiou of the building The matter so far has been favorably looked upon by the Committee and we are sure that if the RockI castle stone such as that sawed by the Rockcastle Stone Co is given the proper consideration that ThisIannlargesteand most expensive buildings which are to day being erected Willis Adams last Tuesday sold to J C Barre G M Barre J L Henderson Oscar Willsou and E G Henderson a two acre lot be aHdIfor oil for Standard Oil Co W understand their object is to boil a large lime kiln They wit probably also put down a well for gas but this is not known for cet tain Mr E G Henderson tvh came here and made the deal sat Ruckcastlae stone to be the best for lime that he had seen anywhere in the State It is very likely that the workof putting up the kilo will be started once Price paid 300 There will be a contest of voc music held at Union church fly miles southwest of Brodhead on Sunday June 4th from 10 a no to 4 p m There are already four classes entered contest to wit Freedom Union Mt Zion an Brodhead We hope to have as many more Everybody requested to bring a basket of dinner The spreadEachpare their own dinner But any outside help will be ap leionenter contest please write one of the tnanagcrs st an early date priuvt W A OWKNS Quail JACOB ELDER j A E ALBRIGHT l Brodhead GKANVL OWENS ManagersldId 11X HSTO m3rr and Mrs W W and relativesk in ofIMrsIcottage oc Main strewMrs Rosa hud Nesbett of Pennington Gap was ague t of Mrs Geo Cook Is andir 1 r to N wd t ADED ji IH ti3IN ec accompanied by Mrs Ilifgli Hngan and children Mrs Amrli Limerick with person arl danghHr rti Grant county are the giusts of her brother G I I Cook whom she has not seen for eleven years Mr Jesse Cook a forvi r rei lent of this place and Miss Ilewie Payne of Milligan Tenn wero ma ried May rnth They hiv our hestI tvis sosror their happiness Mr andlvirsrVV C Mullins have gone to housekeeping in the O M lardpropertybiss Georgia BnlI Perron is with her sister Mrs J Childrefirs TonrOiniels 5I visiting her mother at Rowland Willie Edith Tubbs his been the sick list foraa flay cnys onI vine does not agreewill mountain glrlsIrhIhl littleI R Stuckcy Dr and Mrs rcss Misses Rosa outs1llttic Me 1 Ferion Charlie and Willie Rice t and several others visited Mr and Mrs Houston M Ftrr nit Pine Hill Sunday i Miss Bertena Mullins entertained a company of her friends Friday night flay 12 from gto 12 oclock in honor of he brother Willie who left Saturday for Knoxville Tenn Music singing and games were the leading features of the j evening She was assisted in ic JTll1lHilton Refresments sewed at u 1 1isteredHilton Lizzie Fishback Ella p Fowler Iota Chesnut Cora Ad ams Lula Argenbright Nora Hayes Nannie Steward Bessie i Mullins Kitty Poynter Mattie McFerron Edith Cress Ella May Hilton Myrtle Chewning Rose MeFerron Lela Samhrook Bertha Chewning Lela Argenbright An nie Griffin Mary Pope Pearl Staui Ethel and Gertrude IIHowellJR Hanks J B Fowler Oscar HarrytJenkins Conn Asher John Fields ClaudSmith Erban Chewning Chas Rice Ed Lyons W A Shelton J T Johnston Harry Lee J B Nevin Bud Wright Raymond Bentley W G Mullins Alvie Ar genbright CltAJJ OUCH Alt J Miss Maggie Pheasants of this place has gone to Middlesborough She has accepted a position as clerk in a store at that placeZIr Homed1ou the L N R RMrs Alice Newland d her daughter Miss Annie after spending the winter in Auberndale Fla have returned placeNewsdMr William McCarleys store at Kingsville was burned on the night of the IsthIhe where abouts of Granville Savior who Stephensismet at Mr Harve Foleys on the night of the 16th InstMr GW Spongier andwife took dinner Tuesdayehas been stopping at King Hotel reo turned to her home in Middlesbor ough last week Miss Bettie is a charming young lady and made Waldat Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents reHer man v friends will be glad to learn that Miss MaggieCulton con lollehas been visiting several months Messrs R H Bronauph J W agetoe vile last werk to see the races asblissfeis Collier gave us a call Monday morninjj There are so many temptations besetting the pths of our young people that I honk we oult to combat them every side An evil in my onI is the card party and the which is very fashionable in just now anti tire distribution ofIprizes to the one who plays a iffng game It is cultivating love 1l1aUraiiIgaming and betting although I blush to speak of it yet it is well known h v those who observe the sportnjj columns of thee dailies partnert 1 is SUP CLOSE t i 3S3 r trvr JrA forrrv x T lroK r o9 rJYrJ JTiJr r I Grand Spring Offeringsi riOur spring stock of Dress goods fk Lawns Organdies white goods fy calico etc is the largest and most t com plet in town and prices cheap as any ones fp 73 Ha3 aberg laces and insertions and all otherRty kinds of neveity trimmings in all the signs SHOES= 1CC i Our stock of Shoes is always larger and we give better shoes forJyi the money than anybody See our line of Oxfords for men la Yf i diesaiid children in trio and Patent leather before buying elsewhere J SVSATTISMGSpj U FURNITURE ReT t rr t l j t FARMERS complete complete 3Iulu11 other i some money t tiiank our friends for their in the past and cordially invite all to command share alike ip the ran bargains We are offering in our big goods Yours for fair and honest dealings OLD IRON WANTED 25CTS PER 10QLBS J Si r vV v E have the Goods you want and are making the snitcc cc 1 livjingfore he died for having allowed to learn to play cards in her Everything we do is eith er good or evil Did any one ever hear of a person being made any better by learning to play cards JMtfle we all know of defaulters murderers and suicides innuiacra ble who fell through an insatia1cI love of gambling How bright young man who was the darling pride of a devoted mother has started out in life with fair prospects who in a moment of falletIbutwiser head and a better heart than mine to portray the evils which our youth may be led into by playing for these little prizes which are offered at the social table A MATTER DFHEALTH VAt Iv2P bEwa KB f fIt1 G POWDER AbsQlute yr farCiHAS NO SUBSTiTUTE CHillllEKIAIS COUGH REMEDY Tup ViiKY BUST Chamberloinssay it is the hest cough medicine I have ever taken says Geo L Chubb a merchant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its ing the best as it will cure a cough or cold in lea time than any other treatment It should a ways be kept in the house ready for HUaiit use for a cold Le cured in much less time when promptly treated Sold by Chas C Davis weallhyfarD1rtnd 1 inch in tbe Sai died at his in Ricbiionr Thursday homeI last wert nfrr a long the J2thr fhale He leaves two crfK hu r V5 Samuel H Stone of LOll n vuil tfts Cas sins Iclt r nvfn county Maj H iin vi 111 the State Senate HS i i j357 was aI candid ie tr s n farru lloln jnatioi n cinu defeat i ed by r Ivif Hnck ner 1 Our stock of Mattings is at prices from 15ctS her yard to 2Vets per yard in cotton warn Jt Wo cany a line of Beds Chains bedroom 1 suits safes aiul other stand fiHnitnro c4 Come in and buy your plows hoes bridles saddles aud harness l farm iinnlements etc of us and we will save you V AVe patronage stock of priet to can HOUKADAS w t j hFcr Wills Griffin = PRACTICAL 3 AND Z FUNERAL DIRECTOR =S Mt Vernon Ky i Stock Complete Can furnish on slIt no = tice Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming Elone Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3 = Phone No 63 = 7HlUH1IHH1 UUltlH1Hll11 H UU1UU1UliUHHllU1U1U1U w The YEllOW THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY cheapest Drugs AnY vrteredNo Charge Prescriptions y Childrens Diseases a Specialty All route for fair treatment S Cu DAVIS Propr lALCS n1tnfnfnntttnntnjntn UI1DERTRUtERM FlOnt We9ve lifred 1 UncleSam As our agent to and SELL our goodsand an investment through us better than a ment This is a special offeriujj of Suits at 10 and fI 15j j They are black Ttcts frerror and fancy Cauimerca VorIcds in Lht medium and paUetI fcr busuess wear are GUARANTE1iD ALL tt drUSIIImade in thoroughly uptodate What we ask you to do is to snd ask for samples and m blanssa1ng you saw THIS rilt5 paper Ours is the larRtst and oldest liouc our ljic in the South We OWN ou tuildiil and have done business on the SME SPOT for over FORTY YEARS Wes CLOTHING HATS and FURXISU for raea and boys SHOES forever PAYEXtRRSSonfaIVC SUBJFCT TO APIROiAI- Style books for alt liues on request Ijct 1 1ear from y- ouLEVYSThird and Mark- etLOUISVILLE VEGETABLE SICILIANS flair Rellewer soonbestops falling hair and makes hair growll iewiLea J v bsr t t KIDNEY DISEASES THIRD THE When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poisonit ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them the poisons are carried by the circulation to every part of the body deranging the different organs This causes heart trouble stomach trouble sluggish liver and a host of other ills all due to deranged Kidneys fOLEY5KIDHYCUREirregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form tones up the CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE tunltr Robert Burke EInora Saratoga N writesI have an of telling what magnificent results have had from irgglM KIDNEY beganitwith dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired that could scarcely see one of my family across the room In badly used up tUJ had given up hope of living when I was urged friend totirywt KIDNEY Onesocent bottle worked ders and I bed taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had gone as well as an other J f10sof trouble rrle friends were surprised that was cured as they till to die days some one comes from miles away to learn the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Brights Disease and not one that has tried it has failed to be benefited first risk 11 Two Sizes 60 Cents and a100 I IND RECOMMENDED BY JMT VERNON DRUG CO PRICES CUT 12 IN TWO have sold our store building must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come buy your SltoeSr SfeWs Overcoats Clothing of all Kindsi t if f We Bavfe ytiicbf of inferDrzss OtJodl t you can buy at Own Price COME AT STOCK OF k GENERAL MERCHANDISE KRUEGER SONS Mt KentuckyIHow to aid build up American trade in Germany is the subject of of an and valuable col municatiou to our State department py Guertier Frankfort Germany It is star as a general truth that any arti that finds a ready sale in the United States will s in Germany provided it is placed before the public in the proper and at a reasonable price Ameri can goods are usually looded upon with fafor by the general public there although rival German man ufacturers often try to disparage hemwSAVED BVDYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city led by dynamiting a space that J the fire cant cross Sometimes cough hangs on so long you feel if nothing but dynamite would it Z T Gray of Calhoun cureI writes My wife had a very gravated cough which kept r awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Coa11i h eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictfrscientific cure for LaGrippe At Mr Vernon Dr u gofGos drugstore price 50C and guaranteed Trial free Experiments are being made with rapid telegraphic aparatus butween Paris and London It claimed that 40000 words can transmitted ill an hour lA FOR PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro trading piles Druggists refund money if pazo Ointment fails cure any case no matter of lioxv long standing in 6 to 14 daysd First inrestit send 500 In stamps and it will forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icine Co St Louis Mo Almost eves uowse in SiGn pos sesfes a loon irmng out sufficient at cloth for itsjown needs r t t t i The Man In Gray thuBEAUTIFUl THRKECOIOR PRINT 01As its offering of respect to the tbelebeautiful threecolor print entitled lealitThecaning widespJead admiration throughout the entire South Tbe picture which is printed from an extra fine etching repro duced from an original drawing by Mr Robert 11 Hooe the celebrat qedJoiunal is I6x22 inches and is painted on fine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for useunframed but equally suitable for framing carisgray blue and redon a white rightlyISgemsare enclosed ITbey tubes for safe transmission thus avoiding any pos safesSend five red stamps to L J IRWINLogisvile Ky for this eautifulreproduction and afteri receive it whether you are om the North or out of the South will be an enthusiastic admirer the Hero of the Gray Turkish women do not come inII to control of ti etc private fortunes ntil after marriage Then the thbeDEATH Plou poison towards EIStearns Jto his blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve ew out the poison healed tit wound and saved his life Be the world for burns and sore drabeg a iLewis Ball who died at Teigu mouth Eng hi his 85th year fev dys ago went on the stage the age of three and retired only dgol t t T CAUSE ONE OF TOTAL DEATHS corrects whole system and the diseases that have resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear the cause has been Com mence taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at the sign of danger Do not having Brights Disease or Diabetes LSOLD We and and and line tha your AND LOOK OUR LARGE F Vernon interesting ConsuGeneral manufacture bottle CREEPING because removed rylan9Agricultural at by properly j selecting seed corn from two to four barrrels more ofcorn an acre may be raised by farmers it was determined to poputarinvalue of seed selection by means of alongIthroughBaltimore stopping for half an hour or three uarters of an hour at a number of stations in the two counties which agriculturallyin ttlelNationally e trot s of farmers attended the tlecru the success of the special uch that the plan is likely to extended to other parts of wasctso another train was WesternMaryland talkof introducing the feature Southern Maryland It is a good habit and ought to spread A GOOD SUGGESTION LenCityail ufacturers that much better results are obtained from the use of Diyin e stomach colic and cholera mor hotcanin this wav the effect is double in theII cannot understand ze lau glla e the foreign nobleman co plaiucdt to TsFirst you say ze young tuan is raw youthtYes alcu you say he is half b ked OASrODlA a Beale theilia to lht Sigaatar cf FoI I A SOG OF SPRIG I took bi fladdels off last week Awchew Sub folks is slowthey hake wcake Awchew Sub cautionus wtids wodt strip so sood I thik theyre crazy as a lood To sweat aroud til dearly Jude Awchew Ib goig wadig id the streab Auchevv Ib albost starvig for ice creab Awchew badIrad Bi wife declared Id cadch a cold A vchew Gee whad n whopper yadslieto Awchew I dever felt sidce Ive heed Hvig Dow this is dot hotair Ib givig Ib sibply dervous Io dot shivrig Awchew Dext year Ill do the sabe agaid Awchew Thadis if Ib dot dold ad dead Awchew If I dodt pass the Greedboudt Ere dextyears buddig of te larch Ill dake bi fladdels off id Barc- hAwche SoW Gillilan in the Baltic American LINIaI1Need T Every family should be sup with a bottle of Chamberlains Pair Balm For cuts bruises bu rnsof scalds and similar injuries which are of frequent occurrence there is nothing so good It soothes the wound and not only gives ins relief from but causes Jilemeat As it is an antiseptic danger from bloodpoisoning is avoided Sold by Chas C D 7CURSmss IOIwho Jbe0 Tickets on sale on first and t Tuesdays of each month to many SouthlEN AIKENT P A I Main Street ionLexington tIor W C RIN PARSON G P Cincinnati O arrNurdN ell we are a ing Indiana has just progrcsSI legal to smoke cigarettes Nowken ifNo a pt offense to write historical novels I could see the uiilkuium drawing tih liHowThe must successful way of ward agem is maintain a vigorous digestion his can be done by eating oulyt food suited to your age aud occu irthejllabletsweak htoraach or are troubled 8Jabletsr sale b Chas C tyr O PECULIAR FOQDS Worms Jellyfish and Ali ators are Relished in the Piiilippines I ociists form an important artice of diet in the Philippine Islaml Annually these pests rise in swarms and devastate large area denud eeryIpoorer classes welcome th advent of these pests and as they not only secure a bouuty for their destruction but as well gather what is to them a succulent dainty They catch the locust in nets and parch them over a slow fire or mix them in a flamakethey eat with great zest The young Americans are catevering to a peculiar taste for unno hatched chicken that the Chinese aleIrais UjustrealizingI chicks Roast monkey is a regular artiel- of diet in the Islands Many trot heelers have spoken of its peculiatly pathetic appearance when served on the hospitable table of some PhiijIno citizen Lying prone on fife piatter its tiny hands cross oiijts breast it is sure to rani one of the feasts of other s civilized islan den The Philipiu believe that the blood of a monk ey is a sure cure for consumption and it is not an uncommon sight to see a Philipino father drains tbe blood ofa freshly killed simi to feed his tuberculous offspringI In the province of Northern Luzon roast aligator considered great luxury This dish was set before the civil com mission at one time the entire 1dpant partaking unwillingly this native delicacypor are dried and used as a basis for stet s and ragouts in the seacoast towns in the Philippines The ink ht are not removed from these tiny cephalopoda and the stew resembles India ink in color and in taste is not unlike clam chowderI boriarchworm found in water logged tim rawIorefe a raw oyster idpliedf diet among the boatmen employed in the harbors in the Philippines WHY SUFFER FKOM RimuiuATiSM tautWhy suffer from rheumatism when one application of Chamb loins Pain Balm will relieve t tlallmakes rest at aloneants is many its cost Many have used ft hoping only for a relief from suffering have een happily surprised to find awhile the relief became p rnaneut Mrs V H Leggett birdYumlum Tenn U S A writ am a great sufferer from matism all over from head to fo and Chamberlains Pain Balm the only thing that will relieve t pain For sale by Cha C Davis lOVER NINETEEN HOURS TO MEXICO IBy the superb double daily ser the Iron Mquntain Route its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto and Laredo Through Pullman Laastifs zo pm nt Voudcrfl1l1iand pleasure seeker Low rate s beral stop over privileges Now j the time to go For descriptive iTichtMatthews T P A iron Mouu Route Koocv oi Norton Bldg Louisville Kv USE MARKS cTIX lCINCrtfAT Best s1CsslleastWear mt1 E c 500GS 2 it c c W i U iFtmtrt- I101tNRYt 1I A W MT VERNON fV- fllrlrlCl OuIapor it lhe Hank Qf t VprIQu ou CltltiF t streetSpecialattettipn livtu to ollections Phone No So MYERSe P Dentitnt Mt Vernon Ky f FirstClass I Work j OFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wit ws residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD ery MONDAY noon till Tuesday on cl C MeCLARY UndertakerEmbalmer t Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend- e ed promptly Stanford K op W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS edBrodhead Ky ndGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones osALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN 50UTJiWE5Tu A fcUAXI COUNTRY FOR 1Jlis= EXCURSION RATES TWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas ffer the greatest inducements for ersons desiring to own theirhomes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown any schoolsgg anda growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled for raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Lnd that can be bought for 5 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard aud truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each monthwe sell homeseekers tickets rom Memphis and Cairo at one f tripApril trayfareIfioophis and Cairo to points in Texas pointsEastLiterature descriptive of above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request AhelisCINCINNxrr 0 TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CAL T1 OItNIA ETCI Best reached via Missouri Pacific RouteerColonistesar Indianotan Tesiernheor homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands CheapJSouthwest Liberal limits andstop over privileges Daily through StITuesdays Thursdays and Satur cbaugeUcscript particularsAgent or address R T G ottorlWe were interviewing Mr Go trox the multimillionaire You began life with very little inquiredocalk a pamper All I had to start ivith way a iriilliou dollars r r