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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 rt fl ti 1 hJ Published Every Friday VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON TiOC1 CASTLE COUNTY IvY FRIDAY MAY 26 1905 NUMBER 35 I J JO OF o =It any ing shed tears to see the we sell the of its hide for the in for by the here are muc than the can week we the en tire line of of the in th at less than to th and the of us Just YOU COULD NOT BE IF YO TRIED Neither the styles nor the prices offered in this remarkable sale can be 2 150 25c I 1 tffI It Ladies ei1obrated Rat cliffe 350 shoes in chris ty ties new shapes and new heels Ladies shoes high and low tuts in eluding all shades of tans worth 82 this Springs lat est styles in tine vici kill light or medium soles Ladies shoes worth 8175 to new Spring styles and serviceable made of finest vici kid with ex tension or light soles upto1date kid and Fosters vici kid hand sewd and hand turned worth 300 pairs ladies fine sample shops worth from 150 to 250 per pair they come in all the best rids suchas ideal and Fosters Pick your choice for 90 cts Misses shoes slipopers worth 1 of fine Dongola kid very 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 Mens shoes to close for 50c If you fail to get in on this lot you are loos ing deal I31aItLlli t ertt0t t1 Jlf fUw I Greatest SHOE SALE THE SEASON would make selfrespect animal prices product Notwithstanding boom prices planned ManU facturers figures lower wholesale peop quote Last bought samples sereralof largest jobbing houses country 5octs dollarMoney talks peopl- who buy make every penn count OneHalf Price EXTRAVAGANT dUl1icatedt I I 125 I r 100 t 90c I 75c I 50c 2 3 stylishandser 2OO TO 275 200 I125iyoo X150 125 too 65c Mens shoes anda oxfords worth 350 and 3 75 the very lat Spring stylSextra high ty all up toda Come in blac and tansdMens shoes worth fiintodatecolt vici and box calf ti Springs styles lens shoes as go 7 as any 2 shoe in o town in vici kiel satin calf and hickSI ory calftMens slippers greatdeal 51GOwsoblacks and the newtt tans from 8125 to S3 00 Boys shoes and ox all fords worth innhigh grade vici and patent colt and box calf the very latest Spring styles ma exactly like mensg high grade shoes are Boys shoes two 175 in all leather newest and latest styles will just the the boys suitI Boys shoes worth 150 extra good quality in hick calf boxcalf and satin calf all sizes Good asgold Youths shoes 8125 made all solid satin calf box calf vita kid new Spr styles Will ertai tickle the little boysQ MEN S BREECHES 49C A LEGSEATS FREE THINK OF IT Uk 2 at J PAP i 13 PORN I LCT3 ON 15gMSK LEVEL GREEN Dear Friends This pretty day finds me shut in while the m Javored are enjoying out door Ii with its pleasant sunshine its br ing breezes the green fields the cheering songs of the birds and round hundred other blessing so bountifully bestowed by our Heavenly Parent upon man Why it that some of us are thus deprived we cant in our present condttt see Some people tell us that we are suffering the penalties of some of natures violated laws others c allto it Providential ithowherein I was once stout and well I am now afflicted But my phy sical condition could be far tvo seas and that of many others who are as good by nature and perhaps better by practice are worse afflicted th I am It does seem to me that sot M ought to possess curative sill enough to at least benifit me I will give 100 for a cure or 50 ushlife leborhocdJack in this neigh Towery and G s Orens are but little if any belt The Wallen family write me from Kenjpner Texas that their health the sick ones has greatly proved and the others are well especially the two good old ladies Nearly everybody is done bury ing sted corn oats wheat and crter fitetohim a 1j ateje sale of a pair of young mules Wade Mullins our hustling bomeI ate1his u n Sydeeadthat for he heard their funeral preachedJ two weeks since and then at hig tootUvaschine er monnme1tinscriP1tionFinis cycaloan Mrs Jane Mullins Duncan of weekest at evel Green visiting friends Mrs usan Henderson of Parksville acing Eliitsis urbe a and offered many words of consolation Come again good lads your visits are medicine to tbe Bullockru and 1itsastof oldweekOscarturned from Hoosier Norton frourISO cords of tanbark J H Busa has the contract of hauling all he bark from the McAlister AfmP H Shutts will put in a n ewnot of goods at his home this We now have seven count y stores in a radius of 3 miles oftl Level Green and that many moretJ only a short distance further Theya seem to be doing a good hr so reports say but wbereS their trade produce and n eynotcome in I cant see nor can I mdeg uy at same time they patronizing Mt Vernon largelyrthenormous and the good women love to make exchanges Ed Morris the hnxter from Eubanks gathers a large wagon full of eggs chicks among our merchants every week OrsBUCK VARNON SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space Sometimein Lasandcure mumyaggravated w awake nights Two physicians DrKingssumption Coughs and colds w eased her cough gave her sl Strictlyscientific DrngCosguaranteed Trial bottle free Justice Harlan acted as umpire a baseball game between minis sters and students at Winona Lake iPAPER tCI l FIGHT ON BECKHAM erefeby the democratic machine at acOwensboro in behalf of Joe Blackburn is a fight against Gay Beck ham the favorite of the democratic party and particularly of young Democrats The cause for the isfight is known to everybody The measly little politicians of the un Beckoham as soon as he was fixed in his place and demanded of him that he effect turn his office over to them Beckham like the man and Democrat that he was and is re fused to do so saying that he was going to fill the office of governor agent of the people and not of the plunderers who had come to look upon it as their special prey nandwbo had parceled it out in prospect among themselves long be efore the election These creatures informed him that be would have jjforthword good When he was a can didate for goyeruor before they assailed him with the bitterest malevolence that was ever born of irhate and tried in every way to se ercure his defeat bringing out can didates and circulating lies that would have disgraced the father of lies They were beaten without the firing ofa grin after hcli they took to the woods and were not heard from any more until af the election refusing to aid in the least in his battle royal for democracy They had no use for Blackburn because Blackburn beat one of the bygang out of a lobbying fee from the telephone companies coupled with own selfishness which demanded something of them when they were out for what they could get from everybody else Time brings changes however and they find they can give Blackburn what wants by using him as a club hagainst Gov Beckham But for t the fight against Bkhatn the u1a probably would not object to Poynter as a candidate for 1Judge andvould certainly sup as against Blackburn for whom support Paynter but would temper this say the machine would probably support Payuter but would temper his statement by say that it is not meant to be his credit though it might properly so taken without this explanation esThe democrats of Owensboro old and young remember Beck ham a youth who took the reins government at a time when er hands than his might have trembled His course won praise m thinking men ofall classes all parties No act of his administration has ever been criticised effectahave been made on him by republicans but by the coyotes of the democracy who use name and as far as they can machinery of the party for own private purposes which always opposed to the best in siterests of the party and of the It is a fight against Beckham and for Blackburn Owensboro In quirer A GOOD SUGGESTION IrewonTheufacturers that much better results are obtained from the use of Chamh lethceamorici a takeninrapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly be says For sale by Chas C Davis thast and Great Britain should have one fllag The AdSI ral is wise enough not to specify A GOOD FAMILY LINIJCENT Every family should be with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain burnsscaldsandare of frequent occurrence there is nothing so good It soothes the wound and not only gives instant thpartse e timerequired by the usual treat alldangeravoided Sold by Chas C Qavis Establ ishedo 1887 =IA i 1 U l r il rK ft riseI aman 110 For Spring and Summer Goods is now at its height and you are debatingto S Your mind where is the best place to buy theta Let us solve the problem for you by A X mention calling your attention to our Complete Line and Low Prices A few of which we Jt W DRESS GOODS ydRBack Ducks all colors lOc jj Nice Dress Lawns 5c to vie II W SHOES n andTansSfe andBlacksMens Heavy Shoes at 9fc 1 Lot 75 pairs Mens Pine Shoes Sac fi Mens Shoes in Tans Blacks Patent Leather s and Vicis at 2 to 350 per pr PlriRDo not fail give call We vonr and give you Lowes Prices W GoodshQ to all rw9o 6vv Y olJjj 0 The of t av ti Jldi vi naY rms i Led m a andwe pIes cent of 100 left and Q ed for period months t if t BB tI o tLJarrGirt9t d1td aard7rAlr CKAB Ernie Menefee and Theny Bryant Jim and Emil spent Sunday with in Pearl Fauuy Redd Gertrude and Annie Brobaugh Maurice Tom Vat son and John Chad wick took in Ottenheim Sunday spent three hours at that place had in Stanford and returned home Sunday evening crowd of our young folks went to Dripping Springs Tuesday and till the wee small hours Mine Host Mr them back told theta to him know when they were com and would give them such as to make his table groan under the weight Joe Magee at tendeda party at on Monday last Joe said was belle of the ball there seven girls to only one boy He escorted the girls home and thinking perhaps by the on his face that many yottn did not happen to such good luck will be preaching at the Baptist Sunday and Sun Crab Orchard Base Ball team defeated Stanfords team on the ground by the score of 23 to 4 Mrs W HFurr and Miss of Flat Garrard Mrs M B Petten Misses and Nannie Davis were shopping Stanford Monday Miss Jean Buchanan visiting in Thomas B i t g 11 FCj I t JOe to 15c each Mens Underwear 45c por suit Ladies in Black t1 and 75c to 81 25 Nice Line Line Skirts in Bli and at 200 to 400 Lot Men and Hats 10 to Childrens Sailors 20 to 25c ear Do not hail to call and buy something off our lOc of Glassware ydStrawydCarpetsGood DropHead Sewing Machine 5 year guarantee at 1250 to us a trade will 3 CHERRY t BKODHEA1 ICEXTUC1Q l1 l IarJaiZlfioi7d7CfalJd1taJt ltoitd1to 12tdJtdltl v Gibralter RockcastJe County Financial Institutions mm zJ VI i the people a safe and conservative Pbo FatnmBanking i ACCOUNTS ofc4I F and orporatioflS 50Ii c mGive us JOUI busines guarantee a Qrrr per on alldeposits X19r more when inthe bank not cheek upon a Q J Wqp 1ci lIil3JlJL17JGLl1DJG jOUCHAHD Misses Messrs Hayes Gieszel friends GarrardMisses Collier Lenich Messrs Perkins Curry Morris dinner supper Quite a night danced Fisher vited again he supper Livingston night he being himself all There church daynightThe second former Myrtle Cormney Woods county visited Wednesday Rachel is friends Richmondlfr Lyne UNDERWEAR Ladies Vests Underskirts White Ladies Dress Brown Gray Boys Straw counter i want THO ofsix one of our clever druggists spent Saturday last in Broadhead Miss Prudence Merriruee who has been with her sister Mrs J H Pettus has returned to Livingston WHY SuiHHuFKOM RHEUMATISM Why suffer from rheumatism when one application of Chamber lains Pain Balm will relieve the pain The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering 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 A workman with bomb in his pocket stumbled and fell on the streets of Warsaw Poland The bomb exploded killing the carrier and two detectives and demolishing cafegTKRRIFFIC RACE WITH DEATH Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with deathas a result o salver trouble and heart disease anddotmany different doctors and sever al medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their ef likena new man am 0 fall my troubles Guaranteed I and soid at MtVernon Drug Cos drugstore price Soc 1K THE TRADE CEN TER FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS ta UK 01 HEAD The New drugstore has been completed and is a thing of beauty and is one that any town could be proud of When in town pay it a visit and be convincedEd Spraul J of Paris is at hone for a few days Miss Clyde Cass who has been visiting friends and relatives at Mt Vernon and Livingston for the past week has returned home Curtis Whalen of Lebanon is night opereator at Our place now H L Tharp is attending court aLondon this weekMrs L C Smith is on the sick listMr Ed gar Dunn is laid up with rheutna tish J Thos Cherry was in Louis vine first of the week ou business J W Hutcheson and wife were in Louisville first of the week pur chasing their furniture prior to going to housekeeping Dr P Benton J W Hutchesou and J pKnightRichmondWe are glad to note that Horace Benton has accepted Superintendents atall the success any boy could have We dislike very much to give bi- mnpG D Pike and wife of Chfca 1 cago Ill and a freight conductor = on Chicago Alton railroad are JPikeMrsday to visit her parents in Jefferson county The infant child of Mr and Mrs Ed Spraul is very low ot pneumonia rr rf t Ki J MT VERNON SIGNAL Gov a FIUDAY MAY 20 1905 to Sts e Published every Friday byth c EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC Advertising rules made known on application r FOR MAGISTRATE i We are aulhoized to announce to GRAHVILLE LEECE as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fifth district composed of Browns and Brodhead voting precincts subject to the action of the Democrats of that district in POLITICS AND POLITICIANS r William Jennings Bryan announ ces that he will make a tour of the itt world fcr the study of municipal ownership and railroad problems His daughter is in poor health and with other members of his family will accompany him President Roosevelt is said to be considering proposing to Congress at the next session that steps betaken to reduce the number of migrants as the influx of undesirable foreigners is beginning to be regarded by the Administration as a serious peril Two methods an arbitrary limit anda prohibitive head tax are suggested Thomas J Marcum of Wayne county has withdrawn from the race for the Republican nomination for State Senator for the Sixteenth Senatorial district leaving but one candidate Dr L C Nell of Adair county The primary which had been called for May 29th will now be declared off and Dr Nell will be given the nomination NEWS ITEMS 0 It is announced in St Peters burg that Vice Admiral Birileff is going to Vladivostok to assume command of military and naval one of the most prominent citizens of Cumberland county was murdered and over 2000 taken from his body near Burksville tr Justice Harlaus plan for theI erection of a Presbyterian cathe dral in Washington is encounter ing considerable opposition tin the Northern Presbyterian General As sembly at Winona Lake The city bacteriologist of Cin cinnati has made an annalysis of Ohio river water and determined that there are 320000 living germs in every cubic inch or about a Swallow ItArepetition of the scenes witness ed in the House of Commons Monday night was avoided Tues day by premier Balfours promise that a day would be appointed for debating the vote of censure on the Ministry The State Railroad Commission- in session Tuesday at Shelby ville dismissed several complaints against railroads It heard evidence in complaints against the express companies and reserved decisionAt of the Breathitt Circuit Court at Jackson Monday Judge Riddle said he would be glad to hear expressions from all citizens in determining the question of having troops present at this term of court All efforts to bring about a settlement of the teamsters strike in Chicago have been foiled and the outlook is that the strike move ment will spread Sheriff Barrett says he will call for troops at the first outbreak of rioting Johann Hotch was convicted in Chicago of the murder of Marie WelcherHoch his last known wife The jury in their verdict recommended the death penalty The prisoner declared after bearing the finding of the jury that he did not wish a motion for a new- trial made A general engagement is believed w be eminent in Manchuria Oya ma is developing heavy forces against Linevitchs left wing and is contracting his troops along the z center The Russian army occu pies a line fortytwo miles in length and is strongly entrencehed The War office at St Petersburg has no doubt that Oyama is preparing to attack and that lyinevitch will accept battle in his present position There is no definite report of the i f whereabouts of the Russian or Jap itanesenaval fleet rPdPiJd IS TORNety r G I Moses B Feltner has requested Beckham to fiurnish him with guard when he goes to Jackson appear at his trial for the killing of Jesse Fields Feltner says he feels that his life will be in danger owing to the evidence he ave at Lexington against the Har jjises and Callahan in the Cockrill murder case IISam Jett and Mose Feltner have fled sensational affidavits with Judge Riddle of the Brethitt Cir cuit Court asking for military protection when they go to Jackson answer to the call of the indict ments against them Both men state that they will be killed unless furnished guard and both have filed petitions for change of venue The affidavits supporting the peti tions allege that under existing couditions it will be impossible for them to secure a fair trial in Breath county It is a common sight in the pla f3 to behold a stall woman who is selling two reals worth of eggs pick them up one by one put one endand then the other to her tips and hand them over to the customer who repeats the same identicallEiH operation To the inexperienced onlooker it seems as if they were tasting the extremities lof the egg As a matter of fact they never touch the egg with the tongue The idea of the performance is that when an egg is fresh one end is =distinctly colder that the other 1The end which has the air cham ber is the warmer of the two The human lips are exceedinly sensitive to heat and cold and een the novice at this form of egg testing promptly becomes a capable judge It both ends of the egg reveal the same temperature that egg maybe counted as bad as it is a fairly good sign than the air chamber i broken and the contents spread equally within the shellMexic- an Herald Justice Graubart of this county has a very peculiar case for ddcis a ion that was tried in his court yesterday and which he has not studied out A cow belonging to Herbert Trepoffstrayed on the railroad track walked along an embankment and canie near to a point where the wagonroad went under the track A train came along struck the cow and threw her over the embankment dovn into th road Thomas Bodley was just driving by and the cow was thrown into his wagon box on a new sew ing machine which was wrecked She was not killed nor apparently injured but was stunned andun able to help herself Bodley tried to get her out of the wagon but she was too heavy for him to mov and too badly hurt to get out of her own accord There was no one around to help him he did not know whose cow it was and unable to do anything else under the circumstances drove home with her in the box When he got home he tried to lift the cow carefully out of the wagon by means of a block and tackle of some men who were digging a doop well for him but when he had her suspended in the air and just as he drew the uago from beneath her the derrick brok and the cow fell into the well whichwas then 100 feet deep When Trepoff found out about tbe fate of the cow he sued Bodley for her value6oand Bodley setup a counter claim for the damage to the sewing michine and cost getting the cow out of the well again7c in all The well dig gers intervened in the case and de wand judgment against both Trep off acd Bodley for 30 damages account of the breaking of the der rick The railroad corapanyhas deposited in court lSilS estimate of the value of the cow to be paid to whichever one of the men has to stand the loss but both have filed refusals to accept itEx While a billions attack is decided ly unpleasant it is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used Sold by Chas C Davis Jeffries announces that he will quit fighting because his wife wants him to Evidently Jim is not champion in his own home The President is not worrying himself about the outcome of the BowenLoomis affair but it does annoy him to have the Senate committee on Interstate Com merce conducting a railroadrate nvestigation which is ap unmiti gated farce 4t tf1 v 4 dl1IFine Waist goods Embroidery of all kinds Latest Styles of Belts Collars mTies Gloves Combs etc CoodmIr 4 II e9erH1 eb iiAlLLWERY 5GHr CII MILLINERY Ill Opportunity knocks everybodys door atlenst e once Now is your Opportunity We have just re turned from city with beautiful line Hats Ribbons Laces Gloves Polkadot Batiste for your Summer dres Come tad iCC them a Mrs OLEO BROWN fiI Mr Ynnxox Kv i tf1 MIbbINERY iemlIJ Im QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Will some one of the teachers who read the Signal fully explains why we invert the dividing term or the divisor when we divide one fraction by another fraction and how does inverting the divisor change the process to multiplica tion Make it plain if you can for deep mathematical principal is herein deeply buriedl discovered- t him to be a villiau Poise 11m and VILLIAN J N BROWN I will try to answer some of Buck Varnons questions i The name of God does not occur in the book of Esther 2 The word Bible means hook so called because the Bible is thee book of more importance than all other hooks 3 The word patriarch means head of a family generally applied to Abraham Isaac and Jacoband other old Isrealites who lived be fore Moses Those old men who lived before the flood might be called Antediluvian patriarchs- e 4 Prophet is one who foretells coming events That is what my old blue back speller told me Jo nah was the first prophet Ill ask a few questions i What woman do we read of in the Bible who refused to obey her husband 2 What womans age is told in the Bible MRS M B PATTKN TIKE TRIED AND MERIT PROVEN One Minute Congh Cure is right- n on time when it comes to curing cougheetc It is perfectly harmless pleas am to take and is the childrens favorite cough syrup Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company They know haw to run a horse show at Montreal They have just awarded grst prize to a horse which would pass the spring millinery without shying InAMATTER OFHEALTH pOYf rs1KI NG PGWDERabsolutely HAS 8Q SUBSTITUTE lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown or rich black Use Jl t 3rt iI MeatsCheap mwpIILAND STOCK AND MIJ B Foster bought of J Cress 23 750lbcattle at 3 j to 4c He also bought of J W Allen 9 joolb cattle at olcIn terior Journal J M Craig sold to Harvey Ow ens a good horse for 120 Billions 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 werelightend For Billsaidand they believed him RISER pills relieved him The Famous Little Pills EARL sidItonic effect on the liver never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good foi children or adults Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersiiintil having been restored t health by simple means sufi rillg several years with a severe lung direction and that dread disease anxious to make known to hit fellow suffer ers the means ef cure To those who desin it he will eheeifiiNy send freeof charge the prescription used which then ilfi a sure cure for and al throat and lung lie hopes al sufferers will ry his remedy as it is inval nablu hose desiring the prescription whist villcost them nothing and may drove llcs ing will please address ItEV VlIoK Brooklyn New York mar y- rBEST FOR THE- BOWELS If havent a regular heartby movement or the auyoure 10orwillSo your Force in the shape of violent physic or pill poison is dangerous Thi smoothest easiest most perfect of koepicr the ciear and clean to tak- oCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste 1Never Sicken Weaken or tripe 10i and cents per Write for free sample and let health Address or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAR Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it hat been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach causedindigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ing the glands to secrete much instead of the juices of natural digsstion This ia called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a sense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Sweet ottlaoniy 100 2litimes the trill 50 prepared k Chicago FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain They cure constipation to rr BUCKlttGtlAMSIOYE rim cis or r The Good Old Summer Time Has Come I = I AND YOU MUST HAVE SUMMER CLOTHING oU R line is complete come and see them it costs you nothing to look We have anything you want that you have to wear such as h arts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and Boys Straw Ms and Fur Ms wrEalso have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will surprise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippersallnice firstclass and cheap A Complete Line of DRY Goons and NOTIONS We Wnut Your Trade Come And See Us The Leaders in Their Line Jz = J a C t HOCKER CO a Livingston Kentucky m for our Protection we place this label on every iackugu of Scotts Emulsion The man witluL fish on leis hack is our trademark anil it is 1Iguarantee that Scotts ion will do all that is claimed for it Nothing better for hung throat r bronchial troubles In infant or adult Set Its sinn is one of lie grin EmulIImiMers world known to the tie II send you a sample free v 1 OiTP BOal 401nlRlreetI iEi IH Take LAXATINE BROMO Oui TINE Tablets All druggists refund he money if it fails to cure H W Droves signature is on each boxt 25cts Henderson and Hvausville are e connected with a raction line thirtyminuteI HOT WEATHER Persons afflicted with piles should je careful at this season of the year waIervhlch make piles more painful and langerous DeWitts Witch Hazel salve stops the pain draws out the Soreness and cures Get the gen line bearing the name of E C DeWittCo Sold by Mt Ver ton Drug Company IHI BIE Ii- IEDICINE I fOR WOMEN Ir If you are nervous and tired continually could have outIclearer warning of the of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer nn bearable pain before you seek treat jncnt need Vine of Cardui now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and the tor turing pains of disordered men bearing down pains leucorrhoea che anti head ache were driving ou to the un failing relief that Wine of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands youIout nervous spells headache and back symptomsfrom gerous troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardtu If your dealer docs not keepit send the money to the Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and the medicine will be sent WIN4EsP1CARD l1liwant X SHOES i linelaOfIf not dont tail to do so before ibuying PRICE and QUALITY both will suit you Ji1fjjj 66 I Mt Vernon Ky 66 I 1t r JONAS McKENZIE COMEI f wE invite all to come and see us At ou will always find a good selection of nmltNotions We carrry a full line of Clothing that all sizes and ages Our goods are right and are right Yours very trul- yJONAS t vV YOUR JONAS McKENZIE No matter how small no mattter THE BANK of MT VERNON t will give it careful attention This to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on of 8100 or more when left with the bank and upon for a period of six OFFICERS- C months or more C WILLIAMS Pres W L J T ADAMS VicePres A B h SHORTEST LINE QUICKEST Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points ETc E N KEN Passr Agt 89 E Main St wington Ky W io GAR TTT Gen W C RINEARSON Gen tass Ast G It To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets IITake Minion boxes sold in post 12 months Signature Queen Crescent AND I Tray Mgr z 1 11ix Two Days on every box 25C J J MT VERNON SIGNAL MT V1iLNONr ICY MAY 26 1905 II 79 Call up No you Wont to SIGNALZ9cate with 0fua fit 6 RCe TIME TABLE t2lnorth 124 P md1 24 north 332 a m I 23 south 124 p ri 21 South 1236 a m and I JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58toI Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Post office as secondclass mail matter J PER SON A JJwi30 H left Friday for Cor binNffEiDr M L Myers IS su with a stift knee Mrs W L Richards has been teen very sick this week Mrs Fannie Adams is in Louis vine for a few days Miss Alice Lewis left Tuesday tie morning for Portland Ore Mrs Sallie Leavell was the guest of her cousin Dlrsi W Brown R C Wade and Ed Woodall in were here from Livingston Wednes and day J H Albright of Brodhead is very seriously ill There is some our doubt abonl his recovery Burdette Houk has accepted a us position with his uncle L T Honk at Jamestown InddeMrs J T Proctor had a very serious attack of heart failure Sunsu day She is gradually recovering We Rev W L Brock stopped off here for a few hours Wednesday on the his return from Birmingham Ala to his home at London Mrs F L Thompson was present the at the graduation of her daugh ter Miss Alza at Hamilton College Lexington this week Robert Allen a street car con ductor in Cincinnati is spending a he few days vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Albert Allen D G Collier of McKee spent Monday iiiglU with his old friend Neal Parrett Mr Collier is the Republican nominee for county clerk of Jackson Secretary Granville Owens of the Rockcastle County Fair Asso ciation was here Wednesday and left with this office a nice order of work for the fair W D Wallen Secretary of the Crab Orchard Fair Association was IttairChas C Davis went to Ciucin nati Monday night and secured a position with the W S Merrell Chemical Co as traveling sales man This is the same job V R Beck had- Richard Williams is one of the graduates from the Somerset high school Richard is a very bright boy has always been a hard stu dent and stood well in all his classes Mrs J B Fish of Williamsburg was the guest of Mrs M Penning ton and Mrs G C Fish first of the week She left Wednesday for Richmond to visit Mrs W T Short and be present at the Conclave The visiting attorneys at Court this week are Judge J W Al corn and Hon J N Saunders o f Stanford Hon F F Bobbitt of Crab Orchard Hon W A Morrow Somerset and Mr Chas Hanson of Berea Editor Walton of the Interio- Journal was here Monday an paid us a pleasant cell Ed ha many warm friends in Rockcastle who for many years have beenI r readers of his splendid paper Judge W R Cress of Monti r cello was here yesterday T f Judge has made a great success both professionally and financially i 1the county of Wayne and his 17many friends in this county are t pleased to know it Jones Fish is having a nice two story residence erected on his lot in the northern part of town He had the house in which he has lived for some time moved several feet so as to make trot J building lots out of one rBsars OAT aXA ttulhaStgaatcrt ft Ilhta LOCAL The Knight Templars Conclave is in session at Richmond A B Furnish has been appoint ed agent for the Anchorage Fire Insurance Co of Cincinnati The merrygoround will leave r Somerset as soon as the car 5comesand The Rev Thomas Smith will preach at the Baptist church Sun y inswiledMARRIEDMr W C Parrett Mrs Malinda E Stokes adl daughter of Jock Stokes were arried Sunday at the home of Rev B S DaVault the officiating of ITo LOUISVILLE The L N sell tickets to Louisville July of and 31 for 412 round trip account of the Annual Convention Association of Stationary ngmeersobThe L N will sell tickets to Nashville June 24 26 and 27 fifw1 days limit for 790 round- trip to on account of the Fiske University Summer SchooleliBilly Moss Chasteen a Rockcas boy was killed near Jellico last ton Friday Billy Moss as he was the known all over the county was very desperate fellow and had been quite a number of fights in this other counties His remains were brought to Wildie for burial day For a fourth time in succession Livingston correspondence hasK been delayed for two days to either go to press without or work several hours overtime in or was to get it in Patience sometimes ceases to he a virtue and has become the case with us shall ask the post office department to investigate and find where of negligence exists on Mr Harve Rowe an aged citizen the living in the Eastern part of tne county was found in the road with his horse lying on him un concious and in a very critical condition Mr Rowe had started to mill and it was noar a gate where was found and it is supposed the horse had become entangled in some way causing it to fall for when found by Mr Woodall the horses feet were fastened in the bridle reins A later report says is hewill probably recover No one except the two printers who have labored with us as faithfully as any two men could have workedcan appreciate in lacy pat ticular the efforts which we have had to put forth in the last three weeks in order to give to our read ers any kind of a paper It seems we have encountered every obi possible to delay but by work almost dav and night we are glad to say we are almost Ieweekway will be over the hardest par of the fight Rev Martin Owens a Christian preacher of Rockcastle county has reached the ripe old age of 82 years and now enjoys good health for his age He has been preaching for 55 years and during this time has received into the Christian church 2677 persons and has performed the marriage ceremony for 393 couples the first couple being married February igth 1850 He wishes to marry seven more coup les at least to make the number even 400 He remembers when there was but one postoffice in Rockcastle county that was at Mt Vernon old there was about a hat full of mail delivered there by stage or horseback once a week Small Cor Somerset Journal COURTrdThe Rockcastle Circuit Courts convened Monday The first day smallecompared with other courts Judge Jarvis charge to the grand jury was brief and to the point Thee following gentlemen wire selected as jurors- n GRAND JURY Robert Hix W F DeBoid Per Adams Henry Mullins Joe Payne Henry Reynolds Taswell Huff Tip Herd Mack Lnrge Samuel Allen John Winkler and Jt E Pike PETIT JURY G W Taylor Joe Adams Jack Leece John Adams Raymond Dowell J T Cherry O G Bloc Madison Mink G C Owens Ha rl vey Chaney John Stringer H C Rowlett Grant Thompson A LI Killion Jas Pennington Jr David t Bryant W A Cox J H REynolds- Jas Purcell Jr Whit lloyd Clint Tear Frank Andre kitl Jotham a Brown and W M Adams nesIvdaytrying misdemeanor cases at Ben Ramsey for gaming fined and 20 and cost A N Bentley same the 0 and cost W F Tubbs X201 cost for same Quiller Riddle tbIcealed weapons 25 and cost en Leonard Daugherty concealed the weapons continued Charlie Rid He acquitted R B Mullins sault also and battery 25 and cost John Hines breach of the peace fro and cost Nathan Doan breach the peace 5 and cost The case forrmalicious shooting and wounding Dr M Pennington was called Tuesday Nine jurors from the regular panel were accepted An affidavit was filed by she defense to Sheriff H L Tate summoning the special venire from the other three jurors were ing be secured and J J Purcelland Win McHafgue were appointed The first witness for the paprosecutionThe case will probably go to jury tedayfrlCONTRIBUTED BY THE HON FONTAINE FOX BOBBITT try The 20th of May 1905 was the and that the brilliant law student for Fontaine Fox Bobbitt P ennedy attained his majority a bountiful repast was spread at the Kennedy barony the chicken pie smoking in the center of the table like a volcano in a state of in eruption The seats at the table were all occupied by hungry guests Kennedys law preceptor being one the guests and being called upII for grace said Lord we thank ish for the bountiful board spread before us on the natal day of the youngest member of the family and that the good old father and mother have lived to see this anniversary may the young man so demean himselfas to cheer and brighten lifes declining sun and may ever moral and social virtue adorn our lives while sojourning here below and at last may we find a secure anchorage on the Celestialshore the prayer of him who has the honor to be the guest of this happy family IJI TINU S TON W F Tubbs has a severe attack of Rheumatism John Preston has been very sick but is able to be out againThere is one case of ty phoid fever at the mines a young man by the name of Ander sonMrs Wtn Stanley has been quite sickThe supper given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church at Calloway Hall was a fi nancial success Over 45 being- collected There was good orde and everybody enjoyed themselves Mr and Mrs Roy Mullins have moved in one of Mrs Sue Mullins cottages on Main StIr and Mrs J F Stark are moving in the Mullins property vacated bv Mr and Mrs Chas Westerfield Mrs Nan McCarthy of East JBernstadt is the guest of her sister Mrs Susie Patterson Mrs Maggie Mat tin has returned home from Ciu cinnati We are very thankful to the party ttho assisted us our Livingston letter last Come again it is news we want not spite work or prejudice Mr and Mrs John Howell have moved to LebanonTunctionMrs Dudley Rowlett and baby returne to Paris Friday alter a visit with Mr and Mrs James McGuire and Mrs John ShearerMrs Sue Mullins is having the Mullins Hotel newly papered and painted and will take charge of it herself Mrs Thos Daniels returned home Fri Rowlandas Dr W J Childress and W C Mullins were in Mt Vern Wednesday Henry Reynolds is attending court this weekMrs Samuel Ward and little Miss Alice Ward are visiting relatives in Gar rard county Master Walter Browning is visiting his grand motner Mrs Kate Magee at Crab Orchard Mrs James Gower Brodhead has been the guest of iMr and Mrs Henry Reynolds John Pope purchased a handso Kurtsman piano for the benefit kleis talented little daughters Mrs Amanda Linerick and children GrantInt county were guests of the G D Cook family Mrs C A Moore returned to her home at Earlington pleasant visit with Sambrook and other Miss Lela May friendsj g her grandmother Wildie Misses Clyde Cass of guests of Mrs Brack Graves j several days They left for home Monday leaving sad hearts behind em Wm D Wallen Secretary the Crab Orchard Fair Associa j was tin town Tuesday while route to Richmond to attend l1 Knights TemplarU Conclave greeted many old friends and j made new onesbliss Lizzie jFishbackl is at Lexington attend g the commencement exerzises of Hamilton CollegeMrs Clarence g Ferguson and little son of Mullins Station visited friends here Tuesday a and Wednesday Mrs Will IRBurnts and children Miss Lillie Hilton and little Hazel Hilton are = visiting relatives at Morristown lJ Tenn foldgUp todate furniture suits beds iron beds matresses i springs pillows sideboards hat racks tables chairs rockers carpets matting rugs druggets wall I per and everything kept in s firstclass furniture store We pay to your depot TRI ILE PENCE may ig tf Stanford Ky V NTED2000lbs nice connf hams Will pay exchange flour or same HOUK ADAMSft apr2itf Mt Vernon Ky ADJOINING COUNTIES George McNiel got three years the penitentiary in the Circuit Court at London for killing Elmer Murphy at Pittsburg last fall say The divine injunction to be fruitful add multiply and repen the earth has not been more ing faithfvlly observed and obeyed or since the days of old than by Ma riou Kennard Vanderpool and his good wife a typical Kentucky use raountein couple who make their home in the hills of Whitley county This twain are the parents of twentysix children twentyone of whom they reared to the estate man and womanhood The remaining five died in infancy Mr Van derpool was born and reared in Whitley county within ten miles a ofwhere his presen home now nes ties in the mountain valley When sixteen years of age he was married to Cynthia Louisa MilesI A year later a child was born tofa them and each year thereafter for twentysix years until the family became one of the largest known in the history of modern timcsI Mr and Mrs Vanderpool are no the prod grandparents of forty four grandchildren most of whom side in whitley county and are a ten at their homer Chicago will have to learn how to run its delivery wagons before it can hope successfully to run its street cars A sqare deal for the folke at home the President declares can be effected only by revising the tariff Just see with what alac rity the Repubjican stand patte Hill do their part to insure th atand square deal The navette with which certain shippers who now enjoy special testslto present sys tem is charming The first annual conference iedlosis was held in Washington last week Ayers weakoeverything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks ar- eSarsaparilla pale and your blood is thin ofYour doctor says you are with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine f more yens have Arers mSarssp rilhtunyamily It h nsmtiilntilc CannOgt00 a bolitaoJ c co g tlnijgl iLovell Weak Nerves Keep the bowels regular with Ayers PillS Just one pill each night n f 3 qt C C P Grand Springfierings Our spring stof Dress goons Lawns Organdies white calico etc is the largest and mostf complet in town and prices cheap Si as any one- Namberg laces and insertions and all otherf kinds of nevelty trimmings in all the sins 4 SHOES Our stock of Shoes is always larger and we give better shoes for the money than anybody See our line of Oxfords for men k dies and children in tan and Patent leather before buying elsewhere Jl MATTINGS FURNITURE FARMERS complete bridles implements isome money We our friends for their patronage the past cordially invite aUf alike in the bargains We ottering in our big stockof W Yours for fair and honest dealingsMOLD IRON WANTED 25CTS PER 1GOL8S W E have the Goods you and are making the price suit 2 CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY THE VERY BEST Y I have been using Chamber rains Remedy and want to a it is the best cough medicine I have ever taken sots Geo L a otherethe best as it will cure a cough cold iu less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in the house ready for instant for a cold can be cured iu much less time when promptly treated Sold by Chas C Davis ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCo s tMT VEI1NON KY o farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on cent and no sale is made no cost for advertising FARM No farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek Ky one of the best in the county and will be sold at bargain the owner being unable to properly look alter same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good hoodtvwater FARM No 2Consists of 300 acres separatefon theMt Vernon and Somerset road 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 postotlice and in one of the best communities in the county great bargain FARM No aA farm of 185 acres veryr5in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post ollice A most desirable location and- y a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm butnobuildings would be included on the 70 acre tract a division is made ofPAR No 410 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water rumnfarm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for i55000 great N AI Flood conditions are prevailing in the rivers throughout Wyoming Andrew Carnegie has given Well esley College 125000 for the erec tion of a library The annual encampment Ken tucky Sons of Veterans is in prop ress iu Louisville AsFar Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Riguatttre of II i Our stock of Mattings is at prices from per yard to 2Acts per yard in cotton warp JItT We carry a complete line of Beds Chairs bedroom suits safes and other staple fur nitmeQCome in and buy your plows hoes saddles and harness and allother front etc of us and we will save you Xf thank in and and share many are goods want to c Cough All per if IThis near Brodhead is iwar A acres if bargain Children 15cts tlitlL i 11 4ffifilfffif1fB11fTfTt Willis Griffin g PRACTICAL w UNDERTAKER AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR == Mt Vernon Ky s Stock Complete Can furnish on short no- Mice 5 Metalic Collins anti Caskets anti have Embalming cjz done Fine Hearse attached s ORDERS bywire Promptly Filled g= Phone No 63 UHl U1U1HHHH1HHHU1UHlUUl11HHHHHlHHllU1U1H11U u The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IX THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatmen- tS C OAVS Propr 3fc f ites COMPLETE LINE fit Coffins Caskets and Robes l All Mail Telegraph or Tele t phone orders Promptly Filled wffT JJeUncle Sam I ami SEIrour f1himSuits at1a and 15 I areIwearGUARANTEED AILWOOI and IImade in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do to write and ask for samples anti measure blanks saving you saw THIS ad iu THIS patter Ours is Ue flt tsl and oldest house in our line in the South OWN our building acd have done business on the SAME SPOT for over FORTY WeseiiCIOTIIING ilATSandI URNISIr NGS for men and boys SIIOKS forevery wly We PAY EXPRESS oniworth and send all StBJKCT TO APPROVAL Style books ftr alt lutes on request Iet us hear from you T FVYSThird d olarket LOU TiLLE ns roJ3EUlJ = r FOLEY1J1EWill psVY Ci P aimry Caise f Kidney or Bladder dis9ase not beyoifiJd tRle reach of medicineEiN6 me ici e can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY GU1E strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system- IT 35 GUARANTEES TWO SIZES 50c and 100 Y IN IT you can it of ot t Passed Stone and Gravel With Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted kidney and bladder trouble foryears pass ing gravel or stones pains Other KIDNEY CURE was gave relief taking surprising A few started dust like fine stones etc feel like a new mankidneysand have no pain across CURE has done me 1000 of Oihor Remedy Can With It W of Ashboro N C had Kidney Trouble one bottle of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure he says there is no remedy will compare with it r t SOLD AND RECQHHENDED BY L I MT VERNON CO L I Excruciating Compare DRUG CUT la2- INTWO We have soldour store btlildingand must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes SMrfs7Overcoafs and GfofMngr of aff Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods that you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK O- FMERCHANDISEGENERAL F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and rthtr Lln is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and colorist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep tember and October which give unusual chance for settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago i NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL THIS COUPON AND MAIL TODAY mv4tt CLEARING FOR When the body is ACTIONj tion by Dr Kings tell by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness the and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore 25C OASTOBCABeantheTita lIal 8IgWure 1tZ ya Creek with with excruciating medicines only After FOLEYS the result doses the brick now my and FOLEYS KIDNEY worth good Ko and Thos Carter and that the Do an San car flesh W B KNISKERN- P T 8 NW Ry Ill Please mall free to my address California booklets maps and fun particulars concerning rates and train service Bee keeper before you bUYYQur 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 PULLINS Conway Ky Or SC FRANKLIN y Local Agent z vr Mt Vernonv Ky j KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The follcwing are the dates fixed for holding the Xentucky fairs foi 1905 as far as reported Brodbead August 163 days Crab Orchard July 193 days Houstonville July 263 days Madisonville Aug i sda3S Danville Aug z3 days Harrodsburg Aug 84days Fern Creek Aug 154 days Sheperdsville Aug 154 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days Vanceburg Aug I64 days Guthrie Aug 173 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 23 4 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 294 days Florence Aug 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ington September t86 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 2y4 days Owensboro October 105 days OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shorter and quickest line from St Louis t City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Loui- 22I p m and 820 p m 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 A Iron Moun tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv To judge by certain Panami pa pers one would think that the United States could dot last anoth er 24 heurs without John Barrett But then John edited the Panam lumber trust has put up the price of lumber again Here is an other instance ofa hog with it hind feet in the trough Remove the tariff on Canadian lumber aud we can all have a cottag- eACREEPING DEATH PlooJ poison creeps up toward- the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured hi hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25C at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore TO THE WEST SOUTHWES- CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days to California without change 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 I Norton Bldg Louisville Ky x s t 2 OLD HICKORY CHIPS 0 By our Associate Editor j President Roosevelt has cut out the work for the Republican majorities in both houses of the next Congress along lines which must prcduce cold chills whenever the Republican members of House anr Senate permit themselves to reflec The President has pointed out st clearly that no man can misunderstand that the present railway system and the existing tariff schedules are both working untold injustice to the people of the United States Rebates under various names but none the less wrong are being constantly granted to favored shippers discriminating rates which work untold injustice to a majority of towns and ship pers at the expense of those less favored are the common practice and the government which created the railways and granted them their rights of way is power ess to correct these abuses in the bs nee ofspecific rate legislation The tariff is sheltering monopoly The protected hogs have all four feet in the trough The trusts protected by the tariff are perpe trating an outrage on American workingmen by charging two and- three times the real value for the product of their labor to American consumers and selling the same goods abroad for their real value These comprise some of the evils which the Republican majorities in the coming Congress will be called upon to remedy And it is not a democratic presidential candidate who has informed the pub lic and who will inform Congress of these evils but a Republican President elected by unparalleled majorities in whom the people have the utmost faith If the mem bers of Congress do not act what will the people think If the Re publican members of Congress do act what will the people think These are the questions which agi tate the men who have long won their elections because they were willing to act in Congress as the ab ject tools of the trusts and the railways s How TO WARD OFF OLD AGE The most successful way of ward ing off the approach of old age is to maintain a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to your age and occu pation and when any disorders of the stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct it If you have troubledtTablets to be just what you need For sale by Chas C Davis The Man In Gray BEAUTIFUL THREECOLOR PRINT As its offering of respect to the Confederate Veterans Union the Henderson Route is distributing a beautiful threecolor print entitled The Man in Gray which is re caiving widespread admiration throughout the entire South The picture which is printed from an extra fine etching reproduced from an original drawing by Mr Robert M Hooe the celebrat ed artis of the Louisvill Courier JouJnalJ is 16x22 inches and is painted on fine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for use unframed but equally suitable for framing- It is executed in the three car dinal colors of the Confederacy whitestermed by critics a gems They are enclosed in strawboard mailing tubes for safe transmission by mail thus avoiding any possibility of breakage and insuring safe five red stamps to L J IRWIN Logisvile Ky for this beautifulreproduction and after areTyou will be an enthusiastic admirer of the Hero of the Gray STRICTLY GENUINE Most of the patent medicine testi mouials are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific be tween WichUa end Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture ank when he was in his office today we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought be had can car 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 all stomach troubles Just as sure ly as the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly the great est digestant known Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company fOtmDOMA1UT stopI covfba4hes1a2 atf f t f oi wVas II wwwulrtnaun AVfegefabk PreparalionforAs similating lheFcodardlcgtda Wig the Stomachs anuBovrels of a Promotes DigeslionCheerfur ness andRestContains OpiumMoiphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC dar QfuUiSNlIELPTCHER flm aaa jttxJotno BotilUSJlt Atzi r rro EAperfecl Remedy forConsllpa lion Stow ea Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK COpy WRAPPER p K OT Y MACCABEESIaud 3rd CHAS C DAVIS R K 38 Dollars TO California AND THE NORTHWESTh 000FH03I LOUISVILLEVIA Henderson Route I6Y CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points JQr Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 IeAlso SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west 6n certain dates aIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket reads over the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis ae Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agt- LOUISVILLE KY THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR MOMESEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their land producing almost anything that can be grown any where mild climate good schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Lund that can be bought for 5 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm eachIfareplus 200 for the round trip April 4th and i8th special low wayIfare1500 East of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request- L 0 SCHAEFER T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI O OJsVSVOZIXJiV Burn thr Blgutun 1I of I J f J CASTORIAF- orInfants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 11 Use Ff r Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA COANY C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY iOFFICE On 2EL floor ol The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to So M L MYERS DentistMt f 1Vork IOFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon 3 C MeOLARY t Undertaker Embalmerf Complete of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR MonIday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURTSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember COURTIioclitdcSrl Sund s at a m and at 730 p m SundayPrayerThe public are cordially Invited to attend all services theUhThirdSaturdaySchool at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC MondaySIT VERNON R A CHAPTER No MEETS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 p m KILL THI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New Discover FOR c LINE OlDS Price SOc 100 Free Trial allI